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Daly, of V". Wwu. .... .J8 00
Sir Jftw-v.f va'- 4 00
Tm Muntl ,! 2 00
0 Month y .... , . ... 75
WEEKLY EDITION ;
Weekly, ( towUv) odqanet.i. ti ., 40
iftX JUVuna. ff,;Y
iMeral ueauciumrjur vixux. .
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SUN UMBRELLAS. . A
Kir
;ulies buying PaBwols and
jiiid the best assortment at th'
ELIAS & COHEN'S.
They will also find other goods to suit them upon
which they can save moneXr Xur stock of Fancy
ir jl ir :
.mid Staple
DRY GOODS
is mw complete, among which may be found a
nil supply offtuff jsnlng-0ood8, Sheeting
.ind Pillow CbiM linM3 Cotton, Linen
Table DamalKuWWfcStetetEld and Yellow;
Napkins. Doylas and Towels In every variety; Car
pets, BJg. Mattlnss and OH C.otha.
Oiirti'timftoldgryXndTrlmnilngsis large.
I
ijeir ep. So will our stock of
iind Whft
WHITE GOODS,
JIOSIKBY, CLOVES. HANDKEBCHIEFS, COB
SETS. FANS AND TIES.
mm
35
AtP
otrTdl Centf Ltoeu Cambric IHjumV
i $-1 S'un fimbi4aar You wVfinin
kerchief an
them cheap, and everything else in proportion.
Call and see ua. It will pay you.
ELIAS & COHEN.
UKOKS3 NICHOLS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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BEDDING, te.
BEDDING, iOD.,
BEPWNG, Sec.
BEDDING, Ac.
PUEMITURE J
5 . W 5
A Full Line of
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
CHEAP BEDSTEADS !
liOUNGES !
LOUNGES t
LOUNGES !
LOUNGES I
LOUNGES
LOUNGES !
PARLOR AD CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
;.-...-. ... ..(i ; -j-.. i ,
l&- COFFINS of all kinds on hand. Mt
COFFINS of all kinds on hand.
No. 5 West Tradk Stkfkt.
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Kit- Utnnlr la tiarw I n1 anil AinhKlCeS & 1
9 a Full iitae of
HAltLOIt, CHAMBER, PINING BOO
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SUIT- isaaSe A nuIlA ,ltiax4i J.ivimT
sdi jjjj ts4 iir ,W'xl vUnrft?virt Ml
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n1 OICtl lrrJiWtTtfftl!
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We av Just received by to-day's express, a
" -iir-' . i i . .. , .. ;
beautiful Jlne tjgj tLadles' WaiS?mhfftldfr4;"
Lawn TJes, aBdoeaffxa3cij3flij
" - ' vitf uttr: t - ,: -
Edgings and Inserting, jspiuthlng new and
handsome; also a "handsome' lot of Ladles' 'White
Lftce LWle Oloves. ; - '
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A new lot of A new lptol , A new lot of
DRESS BUTTONS.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE IN EVERY BRANCH.
We invlt all to give us a eaU before purchasing.
T. L. SEIGLE A CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C.
May 27.
MORE MORE
ATTRACTIONS.
() IT R-
5 CENT COUNTER
HAS BEEN REPLENISHED WITH AN ENTIRE
NEW STOCK,
MUCH MOBS USEFUL AND ATTRACT1VE-
.THAN OtJB FIRST ASSORTMENT.
EVERYBODY SHOULD CALL AT ONCE TO
SECURE GREAT
ARGAINS,
-4iLSQ A FULL LINE OF-
DRY GOODS
CLbTHING,
shoes or ALVKmW,HAT:;a:i
j - tyi are'offerliig GBEAT BARGAIN 4h)s
week.all through ourenUrt stock.
H. MORRIS & BROS.
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may 11
It n
isav mi vw. 8
wrttibrintAN oof
.A .! iAZixr"' --.lii,:'- :-tT .-: U.Vt Jnixt '.
A justvtmt. -o e --imtl r at feoai ,
r;?d niMl ?HiiJ5i tU ? Mwrjftmr 90S stymiiit
j! tffe.hav madft tae expeniuHiii, v!j
Utacfc saenmpieteas to iiMJloxieuia uoyeAWf
In Men's, Youth's. Boy's anAChU4rea!.ii ul io '
w. invite, vWZMb&SSl W. Z3 &EL
aenf whroiirasojCTaiTiurTOUOT iSt""3!i
BLUBiFLAHLBiEL SUITS j
WaoAly'thari ktit other 4iouse. is we tlM the past
jbeasott anderhaTeialnedtbereoA f
i I WO PresOUli LUX2S BCMUVAX wuomiuw T'T
s . I ..... , aitrf SJiw "--U j
line of
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ntilemehrBrBiaWng'ijooa8..w: punno
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rilghteS.
,.T.4?Ji,-'iT7'!. J-e
JOSS mulock. .
Mine toiml'fert oftne heart; mj' beauty!
Mine, an mine; and for love; not duty:
Love glvea dllingtyv lull and free, t
Love for love's sake as mine to thee.
i .Duty's a sli.ve that keeps the keys,
But Love, the master, goes In and out .
Of nis goodly chambers with song and siujot, "'
. Just as he please just as he please-.1"-'0 :u
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Mine, from the dearhead's crown, brownMen;'
To the silken foof flfiat's sclutetwholden; -Give
to a few friends hand or smile, j
Like a generous lady, now and awhile, ,
1 But the sanctuary heart, that none dare win,
Keep holiestof holiest evermore; ' . .:
t . Tha hrh.nrlAAt nnlv Anfpra'ln. '" '
Mine, my own without doubts or terrors; '
With ail th goodness, all thy errors,
Unto me and to me alone revealed, ,
"A spring shut up, a fountain sealed." ' ,
Many-may-pralse thef prajse.mine as thine,
Many maj love thee I'll love them too;
But thyJieatt of Birt,3rjurfalthiul and true,.
Must be inipe, ihine wholly, ancTonly mine: -
Mlnet-God, l thank tfhee that Thou hast given i
Something all mine, on this side heaven ;
Something as toocn myseirio De '
As this, my soul which I lift td Theef !
Fiesn ot ms Bean, Done 01 my none-, -
Life of my lite, Whom -Thon dost make ;
Two to the woriaior tM world's work's sake -
DUt COCll UAIlU CX1UU, iXO 11A- X IXJ BlgUb, vrcc.
OBSERVATIONS.
First iniDresslons are lasting, as the schoolmas
ter said when he introduced himself to the new
school by flogging all hands. Bos. Trans.
Out in West PhlladelDhla yesterday a man
knocked a three-story rhouse down with a single
blow of a hanunei he was an auctioneer. rnua-
delphia Hem. ' ! ' .
When a person cannot even say "Ar dexperan-
dum," without having -'Hardly ever" leveled at
mm, n is time 10 level me snoi gun ana mm.
A farmers' iournal says that "New England has
upwards of 230 farmers' clubs." But, lest this
number faU to frighten, the tramps, it may be ad
ded that a great" many discriminating dogs are
ready lor an open spnng.
When a near-stehted man hands you two five
dollar bills to setUe a debt of two dollars there is
either a chance to make eight dollars or go to
Heaven. It's a free country, and you take jour
choice.
Now the winds that softly breathe, and the flow
ers that gtfr)a&dB wreathe; a gentle hint of summer
in tDim mo implants; ana soao uie Deeues ana
the spiders and the ants. Yankers Gazette,
A western oaner wants to know "where the next
KiS h'X.r the ne,t world" buT.ft the
diggings Sunday night is the favorite time for
holding this world's fair.-sw Francisco AUa.
Beware of little things! A black seed not larger
than the faith of Bob Ingersoll in the Insplrdtiorr principle fall short of fulfilling its prop
ofthe Bible will grow an onion that may taint Wl . ... flrioa nftfttt'J ti,
hmnth onnncrh tn ftrAair nn a nprmr.nai. mm a
whoAl and shHtter the ffood intentions of sewine-
circle.
The latest swindle has occurred in stanstead,
Canada.. A man has sold ten cent packages,
. , .1 .1. ' . & .,,..,t. nn wiotr ..r
Doisonlns' animals as with Paris green." The
wannilKU SIIIO uccM.ll " ID iwmiu uwi iiv hot
packages were not to be opened until time to use
theai,? One tit4m havmg three, opened one and
ioaa wo .wr wouw wuioirw
written: "Place the bug on this block and press
firmly with the other: Miftmucee sentinel.
In thP ftnom nf "Plnafniv" hetwneii Kundavs. A
dreaafuftWng recently happened on this account
at a California funeral. The pastor,' a tail, white
frioiMmf mun mnnn Maam riiintr ;i n nnmira m rmu' i
t-n iho nu ntroni hii nn GnnriM nniqnnn in uuiir- i
song tone, the remark, "We miss his presenoe in
his usual naunts," man ine cnoir sprang to na
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nel
SOUTH CAROLINA ITEMS.
ti .
fi- T V Arirp' h:ivi lippn p pctfd
mayor of Fort MUkj4
J .jvWrik
An excursionilIJ5aTlBi to-morrow
(Saturday) frgtadastonii to
unesier.
m 4
Saripmoving
to erect a labBtfmfintio;
ieJumieuerate
dead in that beAoi
A York coufttymefi
Avaa'ploughing
a mule. A tree fettbetw;een the negro
and mule, missing both" and crushing
the plow to pieces,
Mr, Jack Gardener has resigned the
captaincv of the Jenkins liittes, ot
Yorkvilfe, and Sheriff Glenn has been
elected his successor.
"fias Florella Mevnardle has lubt tin-
ished writing a novel, and will in a few
days go to New York to put the manu- numerical or absolute majority; the lat
script In tfce hands of the printer. ter the concurrent or constitutional ma-
f. M 'L. ' i Cli r 4.u- inritv. Tf. la callAd constitutionals Yto-
Alr. Tr.OTnas a ones, meniuer oi uie
JotaurtonX at 10 p'clock tot Sunday
nignii.
The "VVinnsboro News notes the re-
cpnt. death in Snarta. Ill- of Mrs. Mc-
Master, . a daughter of the late John
Wright, a distinguished citizen of Union
. . ,-.
county, o. U.
mLTi i t oo,-o Toir v
Thff Press uad Ra?iner says Key. h.
"cI"",:.u"r,.
PSSc 'S'
"f v -'--r '
yuariesrorr. -'- '7; "':,'
AbbevBl Press and Baiiner It is,
iiiifi that Sherman's bummers are
' . xl Vi I -t n n 1 1 f tT nrrt
among tile- IICKWcb uj vma vjiiiiwj, a ,
ing hmdaims to the presidency. Look
rfj'-fZ'AWPTh r
The Reporter says that on some
of the plantations a tew mues
west of Chester, the negroes have
been seated, with a religious tervpr, majority . is the true majority. Under
or frenzy which interferes very greatly itg auspices alone can we have a guar
with farm work in the present grassy antee of well-regulated liberty and of
condition oi tne, crops, , , ,- -
Thpi' finvfirnnr has pardoned "Ct R.
TrirHn-Yvv'tedanhe OetobiEGi-'
oral Rpasimxinf RRaault and hatterv with
intent to kinWm:-M(JAlt3ter, and sen-
fenced to pav a fine of $500 or be im-
prisoned in the county jau ror one year,
Franmin was m jau anu in in ueanu,
and Ms petition was signed by a num-
ber of respectable citizens. ,
, . TJ .
itocK Hill iieruia: rasseimcis num
towards. Cliarlotta report that on Mon-
day afternoon a inost destructive hail-
gtorm swept iiciuss tuc wmm,, u
and cotton -.were entirely cut to pieces
fcift-theitiaefc; ofthe etor-wlich , was
aliansin North Carolina,
MmHitf&iim&m'bP.ttiti T!mscoflal
ported, the denomination in a healthy
flu-irr&wini''d&iqi t . .'H i f
Dunng tne past yr ine nv
Kannsmfl-'niiaiiLs 'o, auuiw-i;, ijui
" iv, hfla nnnVp'rated 3 deaths 237
-Churches -consecrateo, ueaLus, i ,
increase oi uumuiuunxMio, , v."" ,
twivaniounpea ia j?m)i,ooo.w , .wtrti
hArTnf pitmtnuiMcaBts uv tne nio-
f- 4 . i ... . . M, - . . A . .
ifcA .iMii u.ii (i ii i
n i. nr. .nnor that, an man? mothers Dralse Dr
1 Bull 8 Baby Syrup. " "We neara uneoi our otmi, yiiyi
ICianspronouiice i tu uo (uc uinj flaw muiwj w
nd In-
ear ireuRBBvOF-jCHABSE, This great;
KnMl.ifiWjaTsoeveredtK,,a,vmissi
ir., a missionary ;
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litothe
.York
'fit, i -;,'ifl " t il:'o 3f'- 5
gSSSiSSCi; 1 Adored taffy, but hell like it immense
iTsaid thaTTtn-, Itones yereTiea32lth s e; : .....
iarMtfibMfteSmd,:tat-wijeatr-corn .
CHARLOTTE a, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1879.
'.' r POLITlCALi iha9ninsft
Manual of Calhoun's1 lquiiilioa on Goremment.
' 1 1 1 CHAPTER ni.
The Concurrent Principle Jjtffcied arid
ElaboratedCohtrateitHlk&Jfh-
' By the concuietffi&ieant
a governmental profelorttakingthe
sense of each intereik 'trhS communi
ty, and for preventing any one interest
from dominating oyer the others.-That
is, the government must be so Organized
as to rende it impossible to keep it in
action without the "concurrent sense of
"all the interests, orders, portions, or
classes into which the community may
be divided.
As . established in the previous chap
ter, we have the right of suffrage and
the concurrent principle making up the
elements 01 consumuonai government.
Suffrage prevents rulers from oppress
ing the ruled, since it holds the former
responsible to the latter. " The" concur
rent principle bv Soaking it impossible
for any one intecBgi? to obtain exclu
sive control, prevents any one 'Of-the
interests from ' oppressing the;1 -others.'
To show this: oppression and abuse of
power must come from the terttlencyon
the part, of the rulers to oppress the
ruled; or it must- come from any one
interest or combination of interests
obtaining : exclusive control. Now,
since the concurrent principle, or "prop-
ci w (li giuuagc wiuuincu,
meets these two tendencies and arrests
them, it follows that we have the one
thing (political) needful, to wit ; a pow
er to conxroi government ana a power
from within, springing from the inte
rior structure or organism ot uie govv
ernment. Hence in the concurrent prin
ciple we find the" main element of con
stitutional government, as heretofore
deduced.
In connection with the conclusion
reached, certain qualifications are to be
understood as admitted. It is assumed
in the argument that the community
have intelligence enough to understand
their interests ; and public virtue in the
community is also presupposed. To the
extent that either intelligence or virtue
mav be wantinar. to the same extent
will the government of the concurrent
1 x "-"""i jji.u vm, uuvu .iixyvu
truth of the Ulincinle UDOU such H ffOV
ernment is founded. The delicate and
complex organism of the concurrent
princiule will be more or less nerfect.
If - - . .. .. . .
hwiTntrar iTHTiorfoit if- V.1 nut li i 10 ai
""""""V'V . , v . ,
leci, in uiuuuismiig me wjuueucy oiguv
ernment to abuse or iiower.
As to relation, now. between t ie or
ganism of the concurrent principle and
suffrage, it must be observed that the
elteCt 01 tlllS Organism IS not tO CUIXail
or supercede suffrage, but to augment
and perfect it. The object of suffrage
. - . . .
y -,m vw uvjamv wv uw4uum.
ty ; the more fully it does this, the more
tluly lt tulhlls Its end. JNOW, unaided
concurrent principle, the most
mm suuiiige can uu is to cuiiect me
sense ot the maionty and assume it to
ue uie sense or lui. inus sunrage, oy
ueii, (.una it uiirii wits wiioie aim ignores
tntj nuiioiiiy. ii is ouiy wueii mueu uy
a Proper organism mat it can collect tne
sense of the entire eommunitv. of each
i nt.fi rpst atkI all its intprpsfs- of paph
through its appropriate organ, and of
tne wnoie turougn an or tnem unitea
Hence it -appears that there are two
modes of taking the sense of the com
munity: one by suffrage alone, the oth-
pr bv snffracrp. in ronnpct.ioii with t.hfi
organism of the concurrent principle.
Each collects the sense of the majority,
nut one regards numbers only, and con
sidering the whole community as a unit
collects the sense of a majority and calls
it the sense of the whole. The other
considers interests as well as numbers,
and taking the sense of each interest
and the united sense of all the interests.
calls this the sense of the entire com
munity. The former may be called the
- a - - i Aipirnt in everv
'Tmay be added that it is of the l,igh-
psi iTr,nrtT.fannft -n nntp t.hfi distinction
between these two kinds of majority.
To confound them is a grave error in
matters of government. In the science
of moraU it i3 vital to observe the dis-
t.- j i. a . . I
uncuon uetween rigut una wiong. xu
tne science oi politics it is not less vnai
4 , ii,ij:4.-
true and the false majority.'
. In truth, . in; pommon language, tlte
term maionty is erroneously, employed
to desismate the numerical mahritu. as
if no other existed. Especially is this
distinction ' necessary to be-'-recognized
-Im C.iitvii n rtinn( (fii (Irtnul ronnainnnQnlc
in tuituui(j tuusHtuuunm (juiwiMMmw
and in preserviiig thera. . Otherwise.
popular eonstitutionaltrovernmeuts will
pasilv Udfi' into lnvflrnment8 of- the
numericarmajority : and hnally run Into
absolute government of some other
fonn. The concurrent or constitutional
peaoe and prosperity ,! - J. f, T,
I 1 '
Hendricks and Chureh.
. J
. LNewlork Tribune.
a small but sweet drop Of fame has
falleu uponihe idark , horse m the ta-
mous lielmont conspiracy, a iNortn
Carolina Democrat has rushed into
I print with a long letter nominating
1 Hendncks and Church as the next Dem-
t nn.ci-,iar.Hui llo ta nnolr
sure that Hendricks can carry Indiana,
anQ that Church can carry tfew York
without anv trouble. Even the chief-
fisArvadlv Dooular. We r&em Dr. Boll's Bale-.
more Jf msr ior everyooay nas aenvea mucn oeiiani
from their use. Physidansrecommena them;
, , Kase AtUla'abie by thefihenmatic. ' ;
es,-'altnbng1i ther may despair "Of jfelfef , it is
attamaoie Dy rneumarac sunerers,- ior men is a
znmAdv which carries off. bv raeana of increased
activity 01 the waneys-imponan cnanneia ior.
axy analysis. The name of this grand depurent is
Hostettra,apreparaaon Ukewlse; oelebraasa
manof mimrin dvRneosiai' lever ana aaue. ana
extant, and is highly recommended as a medicinal
gym, by distinguished physlclansand analysts
who pronounce it to oe emmenuy pore ana very
i.benenciai. ir-'ne press awuooraiBiM vR'
: -.t; r-;; .v--.
I 1 IITj V.11JIH. .vy...v .
l niuwiiaTiv tnp thten nnftoial.flMmflrea of the een-
1 cmi hAnith; thetw aw veilow Jever.' Oerlodloally:
maaanai fever ana eonsumpuou . vr tunmawn ue-
i ciuie aiwaja. iud icow, vi v- .... " y-
, 1 rapidly iaiat, la complex imBumiuu "i .uio.wuuk
t v system, and In most cases, .utter inability to -derive
if l Matnrnifhn from the nourishment oi ordinary looa.,
1 XThen the doctors all uay.-the' onty thing the stora-
i acn and pancreas; ana nver,- van acueyi ana vnnt
HDODhosphites of Lime and Soda. ' This laafiner
in3 riumeni uiau wt-uu aiuuc, jua V"1?.
7 -, fnnfn Inn T rt .TtT TT TI RJi nill'inR'- Rfl.U n Wtvnjm.
'H mav28 2 -'' - in -iiuJ'nJ f 4
rnstice kowa tnis.-.ia uncommoniv wen
1- i.'V. .' i i - -
: mi umj coil pan ujl every season, mere is a muuiai arain n mow wnu ra me newest, latest una mostiasmonaoifl styles, ana also who are recognized
as standard authority In the fashionable world. Our relations to, and dealings with the public, and the general standing of oar house, will assure all In-'
teUigent readers that the Information given below to authentic, rellaJsle and correct" ' ' , " ' ,' ; , , ..' 1 ' ' '
Severaiehanges have taken place, both In 8hapeandpattem,of fabrics ta 'Meh Garments, of which special mention will be made. The latest de
mand fhepring Garments Is our new i ' i-. .'i ,!,- . ,; Hi : ,:; ,
It has many admirers among those who prefer new shapes and ideas instead of adhering to the old time-worn
ahce and cat from Cheviots of the newest designs. ,
Oar St. Nicholas Cutaway Frock, with three or four buttons, front eat a trifle longer, giving it a neat and
of Spring textures.
THE
In shape and style retains its hold In popular favor. Its length is a little 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. , : ' .
Our Pants stock is complete, with every novelty In fabrics, and the shapes are perfect In our Hat department we Invite the inspection ot the most cul
Umtofl tastgs,'. and. jji 9ne elts and Sttaw Goods we are, confident of universal approyaL . .'".'n,V,
. Our Neck Wear assortment Is almost anjimlted In devices of shades aud stieshut boasts particularly upon the very recent Introduction of the Univer
sity ScarL Unique and very elegant :
In White Tests we have a State reputation, and we will only assert "progress" in this season's selections. Our efforts have been to place upon our
counters only reUahle and standard goods, and In the rapid increase of om business we are assured of the public's appreciation. i v.-; ;.
We Invite the attention of all, both far and near, and. their advantages will be the same, for we will send goods to any section on approval, with privilege
of Inspection before payment of bill. ; i :
V6ry respectfully
April .27, 1871. ' E. D. LATTA & BRO., The People's Clojheirs " i
COME AND SEE
ALL WOOL
Ever shown in this city.
April 22, 1879.
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20TJ.T K CASlOlVrjN
Via Steamers to Portsmouth, Ya., and thence all Rail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick
est Possible Time to all Points South and Southwest.
NO DRAY AGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES, MINIMUM INSURANCE.
Mark Goods plainly via SeaLoard 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, Ac, apply to either of the undersigned.
April 30 d5m.
McMf 1 lilllSIC HOUSE, CHARLOTTE, H. C.
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TRYON STREET, IN INSURANCE BUILDING.
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TRYON STREET4 IN INSURANCE
D. G. M.VXWXLL.
0. F. HARRISON
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COMMISSION
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PRINCE ALBERT FROCK,
BEFORE BUYING
CHEVIOT SUITS
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THE FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Remember that we are the rulers in $W Low Prices for Fine Clothing. JgJ
L. BEEW ANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
K S. FINCH, South Western Agent,
T. T. SMITH. Agent C. C. Railway,
F. W. CLARK, General Freight Agent,
IMPORTERS OF
ALL KINDS OF
MUSICAL
Merchandise,
VIOLIN,
GUITARS,
BANJOS,
ACCORDEONS,
FLUTES, FIFES,
Drums, Band Instruments,
SHEET MUSIC
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WHOLESALE
AND
RETAIL.
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FOR
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Is corner Trade and; Boundary Avenue.; . Delivered
to any part of the city free of charge for $1.00 per
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All orders left at J oon ypgej-s.tauor anop wui re-
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Charlotte, N. C.
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The undersigned to now prepared to fill all orders
for every class of Undertaking. Having on hand
full assortment of, '
COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES, ,
Both Wood and Metalic. '
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