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ttVhUORlPTlON rttATtc !
Six Months .. ................,;.4 4 00
Tas Sem (horwgJiy twpptiei with every needed
mmt, 9MmimLi1sty0fT every
manner & Job Work. ca not bedoneioithneatnet.
dispatch and chtapnexL We'am rumith, id Short
it.MontA&. f r 'i
WEEKLY EDITION :
Weekly, (tn Ue COmuyj vt uuwnve,..,
Ladles bujlng Paraaola and Bun Unabrellas" Vf:
tiad the best assortdkt'fi S& latest rijfes s'u
Tbey will also find other goods to suit them upon
which they can save money. Our stock of Fano
is now complete, among which may ba toun' a
mil supply of House Furnishing Goods, Sheeting
iiwfTlH0v?Ci8lflfes m linen and Cotton, Linen
2! 2. i
rkJVV'SiiX Slate, Bed and Yellow;'
KMpkins, Doylas and Towels In every tvarletyj Ca
Rugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths.
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings is large,
:rU w found Very cheap. So will our stock of
it JL j
HOSIERY. GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, COR
SETS. FANS AND TIES.
CenB Linen Cam
kerchief afidfsg J
them cheap, and everything else in proportion.
Call and see us. It will pay you.
ELIAS & COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
, DKAI.RR IN
.ALL KINDS OF
A "ull Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
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No. r Wkst Trade Street.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Ladies' and GenlVeDen's..iiriai Robes-rfl.
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Mj stock Is very Lai'. and embraces a Folf Unf '
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PARLOR, CHAMBER. DINING ROO
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teF iriooda Packed, Fjeexf Cbara
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W tare. Just: received by to-das express; q
line of Ladles-j-'White '.'Embroidered
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Sea-Foflm - Scarfs: 'Hamburg
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Edgings and Insertlngs, something new and .
nnndsome; also a handsome lot of Ladles' White
A new lot of
A new lot of
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A new lot of
OUR STOCK, INCOMPLETE IN EVERY BRANCH.
We Invite all to give us a call before purchasing.
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryoh st Charlotte, N. C.
o u n-
5 CENT COUNTER
HAS BEEN REPLENISHED WITH AN ENTIRE
-MUCH MORE USEFUL AND ATTRACTIVE
THAN OUR FIRST ASSORTMENT.
EVERYBODY SHOULD CALL AT ONCE TO
-ALSO A FULL LINE OF-
DRY GO OPS
SHOES OF ALL KINDS. HATS, AC, AC. AC.
We are offering GREAT BARGAINS this
week'i all through our entire stock. '
H. MORRIS & BROS.
W. KAUFMAN A CO.
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1 fewyfaawiflad tt'Wcpwlment tpurenasing
8e 8ompie astoliiiaadrttMJlatesf Tiovelties
-4B WW YW'a.WtaXMdtM't; ,
bh mm not
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OOO LLIX Oflrtod.M Ul
: Mm : .a v jct ,
We invito public Inspection, and we are at all'
l-Uwea ready, to Zt -f
MM l UU U onin ua. HI I F. W IU ...I mm TTfl MlITT w
resented, and viu-Brtoo was tpan
emo BtUua.iB settiax :a
a iv i jMaatltM. eui bus bUvhZ id. f
reseiiteL, aiiavjB.Drtuci mwiuwuwi
;in any the Aiouie, as we did the. past
season aaa uey aaw gumwi a owwuua vi w
line of h-.U.' ; . i rj ta "
JtmOUiH'iEi 11 n
lMculd'uV,Jbe TnakeaW'the country. ..There
vdu,uu,viu r-rvi'Vrr.vv -FV."nnj f
Oenmenrolshing: Goods.', poo't 'purchase
before yeu erlaepuT,tocJt,:ahplieape3t
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Li. ' ' f ' .
J Anrn io M ' v . . - ' Charts J. d
"J I I Ji. 1. J l'J J i I'J Llll.,1 I tt'lj
That hadfatoer who
Was thought to be by all the world
, ; Exceeding well-to-do. , ,
4Oh. be my wife," the Wver criM;!
4 ' '"My bride, my queen, my own;" '
.'.'You donot love me," she replied,
-"My pa he is a. wealthy man,'
!,.;,' His; only child are ti, -: ;
And all his riches shall be mine
',- "Whenever he Bhall die."'; '
' ;(. I -.: . i.-u-i (;,(;!' i !!!! i. . ''
, vBut riches, the Apostle saya, ; -Unto
themselves take wings; Ol
' If pa were poor would you love me?"
"I would? hef cried, "bylmgoF ' ,
; "I am so glad I knew you would
I in your love am blest;
Pa failed last night," she sobbed and sank
r Upon her lover's breast.
i nnfTliat makes not a bllof difference;"
That gallant lover cried: . .. . .. .'
"So I have youl are not who'
May take all else beside." ' ' '
That night when her lover took his leave
At twenty minutes to one,
She whispered softly In his ear,
"Darling, I was In fun."
, ' . "True, pa'has failed, but tie his piW -
Had dnlv salted bv:
' I only wished to try yduf truth
. Darling, how glad am I,
For now t know you would love me well,
. Eyea in poverty."
Arid as anon home went the lover,
Who was by no means green.
He blithely hugged himself and sang,
'I know what failures mean."
It must have been in the green cherry season
that Tennyson wrote "from our waist places comes
a cry. 'W Yonkertf Gazette.
The war "poet" of the New York Tribune Is fight
ing as gallantly as he did sixteen years ago when
playing seven-up behind the sutler's shanty.
Two men started out on a wager to see which
eould tell the biggest lie. No. 1 commenced: "A
wealthy country editor," whereupon No. 2 stop
ped him right there and paid the forfeit.
An -Irish crier at Balllnsloe being ordered to clear
the court did so by this announcement: "Now,
then, all ye blackguards that isn't lawyers must
lave the cour'."
An ugly, mean, horrid, awful, shocking old
newspaper published in Hackensack says: "In
the summer season the muslin dress covers the
most laps." Brooklyn Times,
A book just published Is entitled "Sayings and
Doings of Great Men." We notice that the "Say
lngshave a large majority. Vtica Observer.
A daughter of Theodore Hook, the famous wit,
is said to be keeping a lodging house in London
wherein she discovers more wit than her father,
for had he run a lodging house, it is more than
probable his daughter might have been left in
easier circumstances. Boston Transcript.
Embroidered stockings have nearly taken the
place of the striped ones A "pretty red rose" is a
favorite design with the ladies; but there is no
rose without a thorn, and each foot will have its
corn, in spite of all embroidery. New Haven Regis
ter. When they start in to have a big time in Kansas
they have a big time generally. The Empire City
Echo of the 15th Inst, says: "A lady gave birth
to triplets while attending the golden wedding of
her parents, at Mound City, recently."
A few days since a party of gentlemen were to
gether. One man, a joker, stepped up to a mem
ber of the party and, holding a long hair before his
eyes, said, "See here, old fellow, this looks suspici
ous. Where did this long hair come from?"
"Why. that's from my wile's head!" "Are you
sure of it?" "Sure of it? of course I am. You
don't suppose you would find any other woman's
hair about me, do you?" "No, probably not, but I
am sorry you are so sure it is your wife's hair, for
I just picked it off the coat of this gentleman,"
pointing to a friend near by. Whitehall Times.
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
One white and five colored prisoners
were publicly whipped at New Castle,
St. Louis hopes to increase its cotton
receipts more than 100,000 bales next
fall by new railroad connections now
being established with Texas.
The bodies of three men were found
in the river at New York during the
twenty-four hours ending Saturday ev
ening. Anton Peters, an attache of Haverly's
Theatre, at Chicago, 111., was instantly
killed Saturday by falling from the top
of that building, while attempting to
dislodge a ball from the eaves.
It is announced that the authorities
of New York, New Jersey and Penn
sylvania will work in unison in the ef
fort to stamp out the cattle disease.
How important it is to pursue this work
may be gathered from the statistics of
pleuro-pneumonia in England, where
6,000,000 head of cattle have been lost
since 1862, representing a value of about
Gen. Grant will lenve Yokohama by
the next Pacific steamer, about the last
of June, and will reach San Francisco
in the neighborhood of July 20. The
arrangements for an excursion of citi
zens to meet him on his arrival have
been completed with the leading trunk
lines between the East and Omaha, and
from there over the roads of the Union
and Central Pacific companies. The
programme of arrangements is now
preparing, and will be made public
The consecration of the splendid new
St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York,
I Sunday, proved the most imposing reli
gious spectacle ever witnessed in mai
city. Every , prominent Catholic dio
cese in the United States was represent
ed; The number of people inside the
building was estimated at between.
4,000 and.500Q, and the pees of tickets
of admission were $5 lot front seats,
3 f Of rniddte seats, and f 1 for admis
ion iiriipiy,- 2t is said, that nearly one
toaif of the tickets were purchased by
Protestants or non-Catholies,'
The workingmen'B party in San Fran
cisco had a grand torchlight procession
Satnrdav nierht. under the auspices of
Kearney.. A prominent feature was the-
Plug liat .Brigade, carrying transpa
rencies in derision of the new constitu
tion Tiartv. Iri the interior, however.
L some of 6ieTww kiBgnien's clubs, have
haye called a State convention for June
23rd Kei.rney'3 party will have a con
vention June 3rdV the Republicans June
17, and the Democrats, who are in the
minorifryJuly i;L:!i."'. ..:
ML ItoiWm WW tloyd Gar-
rrhMJra merietttanciriatronist, died
i the Westrnoreland HoteUNew York,
kfc five minutes oast eleven o'clock Sat
'tirdaynighjt last, in the 10f of
'tj Uie, TtTQto hia rftni anna.
fcy4 xYVjluam yaioyd ',, j. uuuiusuu,
naineaTafter " himself , and" three other
difltirieriished abolitionists and his
daiQ'hter.'1 Mrs. Villard. Mr. Garrison
wrent' tcr New York about three weeks
igd tj-yisit nisdaughter before ! her de
parture for Europe, and with the hope
of regaining his health. But his dis
paxr: a sDecies of. Briffht'Shdiseasej as
sumed Alarming features; 'and it soon
became evideni tnat aeaw woum eiisuot
fi ft la asserted that the ordinary cosmetics nsed by
ladles ' are productive of great mischief. We be
liavri thin la tut. and that a better means of secur
Inff a beauuiui complexion . is to use some guuu
Dlood medicine like Rbsadalls.the great Southern"
' gemedy.whieli eleansesihe1. Stood mdgivea;pe
manent beauty to toe dfaiift??" '
jvT ; . ; i j ;v -" 0 '' ': ' :
' ?j ImP unwarda of thirty rears Hrs.lvThslbw'B Sootfi.:
iff a beautiful complexion . is 10 use some gooa
lSod medicine like Rbsadalls, the great Southenr
1 mg syrup nas peen useu j.ur. uuuiucu.. uorrevi
acidity of toftStoroach, relieves windollc, regulates
the DOWeiS, cures aysemof uu uiaaiuuea( wutjuier
arislns from teething or other causes. -Ah old and
wen fcnowa remedy. 35c per bottle. cll
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n- thepboblem; SOLVEfc-.
Re$actqry fyWprlted fy, the Chlo
; V .Tinafien Process. . ,.
'! :.'V.X; Ooncosd, N. May 27..
To the Editor of the Observer:.' . r ;
. t)n the'.21st insL L visited r the. saetal
urgical works of 3)fcJUELMeaxes;wbich
axe located ill this: county,: about nine
miles from Con orA The vtrorks were
in full operatkaun One visit is Kenonghr
to convince the inpst skeptical i mind
that chlorinaticMii-as! applied 'by Dr.
Meares to the siphareted.oi'esof iNorth
Carolina, la one ei the i greatest iachieTe
ments of .tb agFor many years un
told wealth haK tsemained untouched by
man for:wanjfeif Boipe . chemical appli
ance to extract the gcld from the sul
phureted ores, which in generaL'are- o
refractory in character -mi ta baffle the
skill of every individual- wha has un
dertaken to extract the gold, either by
workinthe ores, while in a raw state!
or desulphUrMng them. by any .of the!
various snethods and .treating the same
by amatgamatiorLH Although; amalga
mation.wdtk mercury is the most aii-;
cient-and general-proeesa-fer collectirig
gol4 frorn pulverized auxifprous ores,
yet only in rari. instances has amalga
mation evey collected from, ithe decom
posed ores, on the first working, more
than fifty per cent, of ah assay of the
same ores, showing a loss from, .various
causes of one half of the gold actually
contained in the ores. A greater loss
has always , been sustained from the
sulphur eted ores, the gold in such ores
being more finely disseminated through
the mass, and the sulphur contained in
the ores acting on the mercury not on
ly prevented the amalgamation to a
very great extent, but the mercury it
self would become so floured or divided
into such fine globules, as to pass off in
to the water, carrying gold with it.
From the discovery of .gold in Califor
nia in 1849, the attention of numbers of
individuals has been turned towards
the pulverizing and desulphurizing of
the sulphuret ores to be found in such
vast quantities in the auriferous ore
belt of North Carolina. Those individ
uals directed their energy and ability
from 1852 to 1856. on various mechani
cal appliances for pulverizing the aurif
erous ores to an impalpable powder, and
collecting the gold by amalgamation.
The most noted machines at that time
or period were the Berdan machine,
Cochran s crusher and rsullock s crush
er. JJacn and all in tneir turn passed
out of notice, not having accomplished
tne desired end. Tne next idea wnich
suggested itself was that of desulphu
rizing the sulphureted auriferous ores
with the use of superheated steam, and
collecting the gold by amalgamation.
The greatest difficulty encountered by
any of the numerous processes has been
in the amalgamation. All machinery
invented up to the present time for
amalgamating has proved itself to be
defective in one or more points suffi
cient, to prove beyond a doubt that
amalgamation is not sufficiently effec
tive to collect all the gold contained iu
the ores, or .even with the best appli
ances to collect more than from sixty
to seventy-five per cent, of an assay.
Tne process ot chionnation has long
been known, but its successful applica
tion on a large scale has proved a fail
ure, until Dr. Meares, in his laboratory
in Philadelphia, was fully convinced
from actual experiment that it could
be made effective on a large scale, and
every obstacle heretofore encountered
in extracting all the gold from the ores
could be overcome by his treatment of
the same by chlorination, and the vast
weaitn or the world, contained in the
auriferous sulphureted ores, could, by a
small additional expense over the ordi
nary cost or treating the raw ores, be
brought into use. With this conviction
upon his mind, and a determination to
develop the facts and convince himself
of the feasibility of working the ores on
a large scale, and extracting all the gold
contained in the ores, and that at a very
nominal cost, he, in the year 1877, un
dertook to find a locality on which to
erect works. This required some time
and caution. To find, first, a locality
which could, if necessary, furnish a
large quantity of sulphuret ores per day ;
second, where labor : was cheap, and,
third, where fuel was also cheap. Af
ter considerable time spent in examin
ing different localities, he determined
to locate m Cabarrus county, on what is
known as the Golden Valley belt Here
he has found the sulphuret ores in great
abundance supposed to be inexhausti
ble both of iron and copper, very rich
in gold, by his process ot cnlonnation :
but so refractory in character that by
the ordinary process ot Chilian mills
or stamps barely sufficient gold could
be obtained from the ores, to meet the
current expenses of carrying on the
mines, and one by one the works be
came suspended, and the untold miner'
al wealth of North Carolina was allow
ed to remain embedded in the bowels of
the earth, awaiting some discovery that
would overcome all obstacles of what
ever nature, and bring" to the use of
man tliat which man so often craves,
and for which mankind risks so much
" the shining gold." It has fallen to
Dr. J. H. Meares, of Philadelphia, the
honor, not to discover the process of
ehiorination, but its application and
utility by a system of his own, and for
wnich ne nas obtained letters patent.
In my next letter I will give- the
method of treating the ores, with the
actual cost, &c, W. H. O.
NEWS OF THE DAY
District Attorney Mayer and Gen. h.
Pi Walker threw inkstands and paper
weights at each other in court at Hunts
During the year 1878 forty-eight rail
roads were sold under foreclosure, rep
resenting $151,616,700 of capital stock,
and $160,014,500. of bonds and debt.
Fall River, Mass., is said to have re
ceived a number of emigrants from the
English cotton manufacturing districts
of late, and the same is reported of other
New England cities, . ' . . - ..- .
Private letters announce.' tnatMiss
Lee, daughter of the late Gen R. E.Lee,
who-has been in Europe two of three
years, is soon to be married to a promi
nent English merchant of Birmingham.
The arm Of ,Mr. C. P. Huntington,
president of the Chesapeake and Ohio
railroad, was broken by a carriage ac
cident in West Virginia a . few. days
since, " , V : '. ... . :;
A San PrahciscO clothing dealer is
said to' haveVln gooi fjith, offered Ia w-
rence Barrett one hunarea dollars a
night, when playing Hamlet in that
words.vcustomary suits or solemn blacki
- It is proposed to start at
to 'Oitrchase: a-Home for .the destitute
& if a'Of Coli'Cbr-whO1 murdered'OoL
4 Bohert Alston, of .060.' ..Mrsv Cox U
and vtenderly devoted to; ner husband
from whom the law now', separates per.
"Waile charitable people have.tlieirhand
in they might alsalncplrejnto: the;irrt
cumstances of the? widoof tlif iuih
dered Alston. ' . " "' v';
In the early part of every season there Is a natural
as tandaiti authority to tba
telligent readen that the information cfven below W
Several changes have taken place, both in shape and
jmand in Spring Garments Is onr dew ,
It has many admirers among those who prefer new shapes i aadelfisteaa 6adlrihg to the oWrinie-worn styles of the pastH-vety styltsh lh appear -ance
and cut from Chevlota of tho newest designs. ' ' ' ' ' ' , i - f ; ! ,- fj n. 'i ; -umi y;uiu
'. ' Our si Kteholas Cutaway iFreck, with, three or. jfour
of Spring textures. -: ' ; " "
In shape and style retains its hold ta popular favor. Its, length Is a lltUe longer .than, last season, and It' Is one of the most useful among the gar
ments of a gentleman's wardrobe. The materials are French Castings,, Granites and various patterns of English Worsteds. :!'' ': "
l $F J?Siao'ioinptote, with every novelty In fabrics, and'the shapes are perfect,' In out Haft Aepartmeht we invito the Inspection ol the most enl
ftvate&tejgilpMi t toe VfHts and Straw. Godd'we' an'MnliAndl't onivna) apwvaL i- -i-.m.. ',! ri
. ftir Neck iVear: assortment Is almost umlmlted ur 'aeyleesoT shades aud styles, Tsut 'bo upon the very repnt uitroduction of : the Univer
sity SceAu Unique and very elegant. ' -HI ii'.l-:;!-;.;..-: '! )...;"!'--'.:., . ... ,;,.;. j, . .; UM'.id 1V-1
7 la VtpXto Veate tebaehr aStaWitton, and we wfll only 'aaaeft regassMWIs season's selections, Our; .efforts haye een to ptcf i.nppn mir
eoonters only reliable and standard goods,' and in the rapid hcrase tof our business, we are assured of the public; appreciation. . ; . ;
We Invite th attention of alt botji far and near, and their advantaged wlll be the same, for we will send goods to any section on approval, with privilege
of inspection before payment of bill. , n,
YeiXsDec,tfuUyt.. ' '
April 27, 1879. T- ; ; , . JJ D. LATT A &; BRO., . The People' Clotheirs.
COME AND SEE
ILL WOOL GfflMIOT SUITS
Ever shown in this city.
April 22, 1S79.
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Yia Steamers to Portsmouth j Ya., and thence all Kail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Time to all Points South and Southwest.
NO DRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line. Freight received at any hour of the day, and Through Bills of Lading issued at Steamship Wharves or offi
ces of the Line. For Information as to Tariff, Schedules, 4c, apply to either of the undersigned.
April 30 dam.
mcmiti music mmm, cmakloti e, n. c.
m I I i tm
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE BUILDING.
t IV! S
IS mi i
McMBTTI M5JSIC I0IDS1E, CIAVElIif fIE,IC.
TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE
D. G. SIAXWKL.L. ,
a F. HARRISON
jyjAXWELL 4 HARRISOjq
; ; -AUCTION AND
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Buy and sell on consignment all kinds of
MERCHANDISE AND COUNTftY PBODUCE;
; " 'ki-'.' h. ?
Will give strict personal .
' 'attention to all business entrusted to our care
V-. j ;. r youTjoors aboye Qtarlotte Hotel, j
dec3 ry JELL IMPBOYED ; ; ? .; . -
---'H : !'aThfeBSriiBitoSA l:
, ,? r:.r!! : .... '.-i .'.o vk -vTT?3H'' . ;l
" Any person desiring, to purohase a well improved
City Lot, House with nine rooms, and modem -eow:
venlences, n well ol water, trtcls kitchen, within
five minutes walk of the publlq Square can be ae
WnmodaSBd by applying at t P - "''H -
desire to know what ire the newest, latest add most fashionable styles and atea arnd -ai recognized
house; will wsmelall In
autltantlft. terteMe and cArnriet. '-' t !
of fabrics in Men's Oarmentd, of which
ii :'.!'' r-v ; 'i' .
: -rli:.., ,: -:r Hhuinf; CtiO: . "
4 list'. IS.
WEST END SACKv
buttons, front cut a trifle lpnger.Tsiving ita neai and graceful appearance, are made tfy Itt 'etery -variety
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PIUNCK ALBERT PliOCK,
BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE !
TSE finest lot of clothing
Remember that we are the rulers in $W Low
L. BERW ANGER
K. S. FINCH, South Western Agent,
x. x. Oiiiiin, -agent yj.
F. W. CLARK, General
AlSL KINDS OF
Drums, Band Instruments,
4c, 4c, 4c.
Bottled li jBeei
. ALE AND POBTBB, V ' '
Is comer Trade am Boandary Avenue. Delivered
to any part of the., city, free of charge for $1.00 per
dozen. ! ., ; .; vi;
, All orders left at John YogePs taf)or. shop will re
ceivet prompt attention. '-h -' si .
Latent 0e National HoteLBalelgh.
Ci& Bbjwqv i.Izj Chief Clerk; W.' O. Shelburt As-
' flee SO - . "-f "
.V '. PROGRAMMES, HAHrD-BLLLBj , i.
PAMPHLETS, CIRCVLARS, CHECKS, C
i , . n . . ; , . i : t ... , . i :
:s; , i'niut !k-1)m: jj
'.ill' ? I ill M'tll. (-' J
special mention will be made , The, latest de-
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Prices for Fine Clothing.
& BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
v . ivcuivrav,
Freight Agent, )
Charlotte, N. C.
t P" s? Ob S
H- J4 iirsi'Ss
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The undersigned is now prepared fill all orders
for every class of Undertaking. Haying on hand
full assortment of 1
COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL CA8E8, Q
-.Both Wood and Metallc I
IBICrt AS UBW AS iHY.
Hearses furnished 'it desired.
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