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hVbaORIPTmif RA.T&8 I
THE 0BSEYEa,C DEf ABTINT
Onto, cm iMar. (ixMtDaid) in admna.f .
-x Months i ..... 4 00
Om Mont A.
mner of Job Printfht can now?be done with
neatness, dispatch and cheapness. We can fur
nlsh at short notice, t ,
BLANKS, BILL-HEADS. ' ' ,f .
LETTER HEADS, CARDS,
; TAGS. RECEIPTS, POSTERS,
J. '. PROGRAMMES, HANDBILLS
' " PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, CHECKS, C
neejay, im Mfmtv) 1n (klvcmoe. ... . 4 , .. . .ja 00
Vu of the county, pontpcdd, ...4 2 10
Six Monthi.,,. ...... ! 1 vi
Wn ...... . - - 1
: JMcrai Btaueltontjor Clubs. . I
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WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL
DUUK IM if ;
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ALL KINDS OF
--A FULL-LINE OF
1JARL0R & CHMBER S(JITS.
IV COFFINS of aQ kinds on hand.
No. 5 Wist Tbadb Strkkt.
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
tXad!?s',and Gentlemen's Burial Robes a
DILvJ. U. McAdeni
URUeeiOT AJfU CHKMIST,
Now oilers to the trade a full stock of
Lubiu's Extracts and Colognes,
Colgate, Honey and Glycerine Soaps.
EiiiiPsh, Kreiwn and Auiertoari J i , .
Carefuliy prepared at all bourn, both nlgbl and
J, H MCADEN'8
- . . 200 Barrels of f
, C WEST SOWS' ; ser
EXTRA No. X KEROSENE
- y&s? .
ALADDIN SECURITY OIL.
c. West's Extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil, from C, West
8ons,BalUmore. f ' ... ..j.,.
.: m vv '- ii'tU
5 Mawatdeaat Cehtei
Vl""" VIU WOlira Oinlnn Vamnturi fl otiinrl a.
fire test of lift
bum. C. West 4
rees Faiirenbelt before, It wm,
ns, Baltimore. XiH
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The underslpied Is now prepared to fill all enters
for every class of Undertaking: Having on hand
full assortment of ,
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.COFFINS. CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES.'
Both Wood and Metalie
r ' if
. PRICJW 48 LOW AS KT' '
Hearses furnished if desired.
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Furniture ot' every1 Description Bepoired at shoi
. , notice.,. , -jJt ,itj, t .
W. If. WILHXLX '
With I. O, Rogers, Trade Street,
We are now offering ourntlra stock of, . .
At and below New York cost Our stock Is
luiuandranx oaeneedlpg anything hvthis be
will find It to their advantage to give us a trial.
We are offering splendid Inducements In all
summer fabrics, such' as
LAWNS, DRESS LINEN" PARASOLS, C.
We Have' received a new lot of
ANl J ;'
Ttaafcwe are offering very cleap.
OUR STOCK OF GENTS'
ST R A W H!ATS
In white and colors is, fuH and at prices to suit
: -: ' T: ' - ' 4! : I
you. Give us a-calt before buying, as we- are con
fident we can make It to yoiur advantage to do so.
T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
(&xothzic3 atid (BXnssxonvc
JNO. fiROOmEO & CO.,
LEADERS OF LOW PRICES.
Just received, a lot of 1
Ice Cream Freezers, best make, freeze hi 5 min
utes; Water Coolers,' Refrieerators, Wire
Covers,- Fly Traps, Pampas Plumes,
BlrdCagea, Fruit Jars and
Jelly Tumblers. - .
We constantly keep on hand a full line of Plain
and Decorated China, Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Goods, Cattery 'and Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, Tin,
Wood andWmow Ware.' ;
are invited to calL We sell goods as cheap as'
Northern houses, ana cruarantee satisfaction, wni
send quotations on application. . . .
TnanKing you lor the liberal Datronaee In the
past, we are, :
Very respectfully, '- '
JNO! BROOKFIELD 4 CO.,
Charlotte. N. C., June 1,1879. r - . s.
. ..1 .A..,ki L-i i3j;F0B-' 10 i ..' i-.-: :.
Boitled Imager Beer,
' ALE AND PORTER, 1 ''
Is comer Trade and Boundary. Avenue.' Delivered
to any part of the city, free of charge for $1.00 per
dozen. .. ' ' - , '
All orders leftrat John Vogel's tailor shop wlli r
celve prompt attention. . V ' : .
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SOLE AGENT FOR THE-ATLANTA BREWERY
'.WJ MS tit
ii ... ... P. . . . . - ftliftr.itf- :,:;,- i
i Let those who pever drank Bfe25Bftivi"l
. Go to Joe Flschesser's and Mnk the more."
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'JJiTt;f!; Ws V:. A
FRESH FROM THE ATLANTA BBEWEBTy ON
! "I ICE ALL THE WAT."
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I have an arrangement with the Atlanta Brewery,
by which am aWdia? keep on dmaght,tidlor.
sale by the Iter ; . . 't 1
.cHU7 II iiU lid
Brought to my door In an tee-cold refrigeratordirect
from the Brewery. "
beer from mB at bottom TOcfciHlcesy tott wsitantf
Beer mm&wib,wi:M mmwm
m Charlotte of th Atlanta Brewery?: i wspwannrj'
, Wtaes nd thst'4u0ff 'W ffM
ale by the quantity al) the ffet "J w tfV-
i -iihi,vBi i"tp vb rrf - '
I itl .aaav a - - w-"
! AIv,i!w ptbrs
,riX! IWHOCJBiliX AKD BXTAIL
S. M. HOWEm'
min i i iiiuin nrin
. ifhoa aif so heat andrel so far,'
o pmay, paie mosquito oar, -.
In Rilent watches of the Weht
-. Whentwlet moan and bats disport "
And cats upon the woodshed court.
: t We stretch our bands to thee so white,
: To pluck thee "round us all about. .
v Lest flies blaspheming find us out ,
i w By dawnhig mprnJl
CoqueOsh, vain mosquito bar! '. " '
Some nan has caught thee on the floor
Perchance some nook iipon the wall
Impedes thy graceful, sheltering fall;
Yet when the dreary night is o'er
We find thee splattered on the bed,
Entwined about our feet and head
O clinging, gauzy bore!
ATexas'iudgel with 'titlM:eiM.'aDan4
Economy is the road to wealth; tout all of us wlo
can raise a nickel are going to have- soda Just the,
' Thew ia et're1 OTwater in different
seotlous of the eountrj' Hew - fortunate It is that
out iew men uk e water. .-- a uyna
' Pious old iafiy" Just think, Bose, only flvel
sionamwtonwenty- thousand cannioaisr'. juna
hearted nieoe-"Goodne8f the poor cannibals will
starve to aeain atinat raie. ' tn
A strolling theatrical company was at the dinner
table- A waiter approached oneef the members,
andaidj:.',souT"--,No. sir, awthe person ao-
aresseat-ofi raenepitne musicians."
When freedom from her mountain height.
Unfurled her banner to the breeze, ;?
We'U bet tea cents she dldnt wear
Her clothes pulled baek against her knees.
Society psrs deelare that Mri' TJedfrey, the
dashing widoV7 whose name was so painfully con
nected with that of ConsTessman Acklen In Wash-
ington- something over a year ngo. has gone to
London to run opposition to '-Mrs. Langtry in the
oeauiy ouamess. . : . t vi.
A New York man went fishing and returned with
out a fish. And let -It be recorded, he didn't He
about it either. He told the truth, and the citizens
just tooK nun down to the wharf and dumped him
overDoara. a man must not trine wun traditions,
A girl of sanguine temperament and fastidious
tastes will tue a conniption fit. if she happens to
Ket a Blnele ha m her month oat -of the butter.
but the same gfrl wm browse around oa a luty
moustache attached to a good-looking young man's
lip and never say ft wordi j - V aw"'ji
She held firmly on to: the ropes and gayly war
bled: "Oh. George, isn't this lust nice? Now.
really, I think this just too exquisite for anything
wun tne cooi Dreezes oiowmg silvers loam arouna
In little fairy goblets, and." ; The dash, denotes
They had an amateur brassaand at a funeral a
while ago, and when ' they had squelched out the
' 'Sweet-By-and-By" at the' grave-side, the minister
in nis aaaress said that xne deceased was in one
respect most fortunate In being called thus early."
That was all he said, but the mourners erinned.
and the amateurs think that "blamed sarcasm is
internally out oi place at a funeral, you know'
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
It is given out , at the Treasuiy De
partment that the public debt statement
tor last month will show an increase of
probably six million dollars. This in
crease is attributed to the large amount
paio; out for arrearages of pensions, v.
John Kranz. of East Farminsto
Polk eounty, Wis drove into the lake
with six children in his wagon to water
his horses. The horses becoming fright
ened ran into deep ; water, the wagon
upset, an,a Kranz and five of tne cnii
dren were drowned! One bov escaoed
by swimming. Thei" eldest child was a
The New York Evenina Exvre$8. ihaY
ing published a statement about the rob
bery at tne Shoe and .Leather Hank,
made to its reporter by the cashier,
John M. Crane, and implicating Mr.
Hughes, of Brooklyn, Hughes sued the
Expfess and got heavy damages. The
Express has now sued Mr. Crane to re
cover the amount of damage caused by
the article. Mr Crane denies that the
statement published is an accurate re
port. . ,t ,-ki
William H. Churchill, a respectaD3
New York merchant, was Arrested on
Monday and taken to the Tombs Police:
or robbing a Californian by whose side
lie nad stood while making, .some pur
chases in a store, but when the: prose
cutor arrived at the station he found
the missing money in his own pocket,
wnicn made.it decidedly unpleasant tor
hiiri. He will now probably have to
pay for his mistake as defendant in' a
smt for false arrest. -
The Philadelphia Record chifges that:
of 21 bodies reported as buried . by ihe'
coroner in tne irotter s J? ieid, onljrsi
reached the grounds, the retnaifider
navmg been sold as subject4 fo.r.Mie tus
secting room. The coroner receives i
fee of $8 for burying an adult $nd $5
for a child, and if the Record's ? ,l$tat
ments are correct, tlie city lias paid the
coroner nearly S1.000 tor interments
ilutthaYg nffY.Rr ton matle. ' 7
The? Hajraatpn? munty ,QbioL.Kpnb
lrcarr 6(yvterition'6MOrMay44vy some-
thmg,of a noyelty,. f ltumb:e4 JOO
niBmberg-roner f or evfery!23fY0tfei-3raiid
met in the big music hall. Eighty-one
.candidates- were nominated for the low
er house of the Legislature,' and it took
four hours and a-half f Or the first roll
call. Rye hours were required to.elect
the representatives, arid two hours to
Little JTobnny'a Story of Ole Oaffer.
San FranclMOigonaut, 4 , ... .
AncfnowJorJa fetoiy About ola Craffer
One day Jack Brily, wich is the wick
ed sailer, swears and everything, he was
goin by ole Gaffers house, and he foun -
him digin a wen, ana a dov was pm
up the rocks in a bucket with a winlass.
So Jack lie giv the boy 2 bits, and sed :
"You go and git sum candy, and I'll pull
up for you till yu get Jt)ack? and the
boy done it.. Then Jack he puts his bull
dog in the bucket and let it down, and
the dog it juiriir but 1 in; the well with
Gaffer, which hollered wild, and the dog
too. Then Jack he cot ole Gaff erses cat
and pitch that down too, and the dog
tackled thereat between Gafferses' legs,
and tha cat it run up Gaffer like he was a
treed all yellin' like Injens, there
wasent never such a fite !
After a while Jack he let the bucket
down and hauled ole Gaffer up with the
winlass. lookin mity beat and his close
tore bad. Tore Gaffer cud get his breth
Jack sed: ?.Tell youiwotv.Gaffer, if I
hadent come along yude had a pretty
Then Gaffer he- helped Jack git the
dog out wich had Mid the cat, and Jack
the boyleome in site Gaffer he met him
nrprn halef way ana ncsea mum o
lnv.i39. Late fas'
pvenin a white-man named Charletf E
toWeldoniwastuiKryef by the male
rial train oft the Seaboard . and Kpanokt
found on the body, disclesed the name
of the mari. -Moore was iu company
with rfothei tramp? !dicbarged ina
m fim tnej bartacKdtt&G
uavy yardAThey boarded.tUe fe-aiii to,
passing1 from mef -tot-W-imothte fdi
entlretram ixassed oven his skulJv crasn
UCllVtXlL UIO:Utt0 vT'-r-i"". t
s .. ...I. .- i-' Af hAiunaa muni.
ing out tne oram aim utuc "
ating the body. ; He was buried along
side the road by the train hands. '
4k l9peTSui JBreaJk fwtXX, B(ardeans-
ly AtiacluHii Own Hsuier and la
Shot EI r HitBrlar.:
Oh Saturday evenine last the neish
borhood of Flat Creek, in this county,
'was shocked" to the center.' by a report
that Joseph G.TVilds: a , respectable cit
izen, had shot and killed his brother,. JV
H. Wilds, with a 'squirrel- rifle. -Upon
investigation the information was
fouhdto be a sad teattty. " -
J. II. Wilds had been 'arrested for
some . erimel -and his brother Joei his
; mother and James IL Sams, Esq;, had
..' crone iris bail for his appearance at court.
I-At last iMadison eounty court the se-
curiuea gave Wjn. over to the sheriff,
wholtiut him in jail: At court he was
eonncted and imprisoned, we do not
know for how Jong. k Upon getting out
he came to hisife'ihouseand imme
diatelyv together witl bis wife,: went to
his mother's, .an aged and highly re
spectable lady; knocked her down and
commenced beating hef to an alarming
extent. A little- girl-ran to the house
kofJ Joe Wilds, a hundred yards? away;
ana tola Joe that donn nenry was kill
ing his mother. Joe grabbed his rifle,
and his. , wif said o, don't take it"
"Yea,": said Joe, "he has threatened; to
kill me, but 111 no k, use the gun unless I
have to."., Joe ran to his mother's, and
Ljust as be' entered the door he behold a
I -i Ll-'i A. V t A m a i 'm ' i 1 j.
sigui at wnicn me neart t tue oravesc
of the brave would have burst His
mother Jay upon the, floor, bleeding, the
giant brother kicking and beating; her,
the wife of J.H.with a drawn axe oyer
the head of her mother-in-law. ready at
Sa instant to strike theftal blow; but
oe 1 hollowed "Stop ; in'f .the ( name of
v. j i. . j ;. j ; nr i its-
point J. H. grabbed the axe arid made
for Joe,,. jAeaj4niItelling his
brother to , lay, qowq the .axe, but pur
suit seemed to be his intent, and at five
steps from 1 the -"door'olus ; mother's
iiuusB ue leu, a ueau, uiau, , . , ( ...
i nns enaed the lite or . a dangerous
man. Joe walked into the house, as
sisted his aged and much beloved moth
er to the bed, where friends in a short
time dressed her bleeding head. Joe, at
the solicitation or his wife, went and
gave himself up to Esquire Blackatocks,
who summoned all the .witnesses, and
after a; full hearing, discharged the
prisoner, hot beinsr wulirie to even
cause him to give bond to appear at
court. . . , . ;, :. .. .... i-
Sunday morning xeDdrts' came, which
were semi-official, that JJK, Wilds had
broken open'MarahalT jail, in Madison
county 'iandrTie and: all the other pris
oners had made good- their eseape,
iunon wnom was a man cnargea witn
muraer,: - - - . - -
Wild Statements have it tliat J. H.
Wilds was almost a raving maniac, and
that his wife was actingunder fear of
aeatn nerseir. ..j .. .
SOUTH CAROLINA ITEMS.
Governor Simpson has gone to Glenn
Springs to spend about tliree weeks. 1
The.Chestr fair grounds are rapidly
being put in order for the fair, next fall;
There is- a proabiIity that the Ybrk-
vme gas works twill be put into opera-
tion before a great while. !
tojp'evs arid Courier; has sailed for
England, and will make a partial tour
of the continent " --!- a;:; u-. :?z-su n.: 1
.. s --vh i lj 1 -ii.-'.shO j
Henry Hartzog, Esqia member: of
the Legislature from Barnwell county,
died on the t9th inst being the second
death among ' the members since ad
journment ' ! :
Greenville EijLerprise: A week or
ten davs aero. Mr. John namnbelL a waI I
known, citizen residing ; near Gowens-
viue, wmie leading ant ,nn,ruiy tptue, hadi
the thumb.of "his left liand jerked off,
the rope with which he was leading the
animal having been5 tightly wound
around it. ' "
Charleston News and Courier : Messrs
R. M Marshall -A; Bro. will sell at auc
tion, on August 14th. 4660 shares of
Greenville . and-' Columbia ; 5 Railroad
stkiWiirigtf pohtrdlingr intJerest in the
ro., '?TlieY will also dispose xtLi at the
same time and in theame mode; $546,
000 -of '.second mortgage ,,bonds of the
B'i'ill.iii of tiie
seconaortgge bonds. : n o
'1rihii Intelligent J 3fasi,(;;"
New York Graphic. ; ' ;:''' V
r 'oiiTiselDo you thow anything f
this case V i - - .
Ever read of it?s
Ever read anything?
JHO.. (.Applause.j .: ! '
Haye you formed any opinion as to
thiscase?, .:--".v .
j 'Ah rnion about anything
Neyer have opinions ?
jciver neara riuaxore r
.idStow- :?jnir-- v lo ncr.:I '' '-"
Groans;- Remarks, ?No wonder ire
opinions, no taste for reading, no desire
to know what s going on in tne woria 7
None whatever. ,
Good. YouH da for a juryman. You
are accepted. t -. '. f.'s i u-m ti
ae "f" k. i.-w..;-.!.jr.
.!! li lHttolil lelleaMi',,i;:
M Hji4 hi vutStii'aii;j '.-! i Vi.' i'i'Vl.
Wsjhlhgton Lettei'.aOtJitoBaWmOre Shttv1 !'''
CoL Keating, the editdr of tm Mem-
nhis Anneal, who. is so well known
through the country . for .bis brave-Aud
numane uuiiuuut uuiiu umv, yeiiMp
f ejterpid.emic of ,, Iast,-.yar. aaivRd
heto-day from Memphis, which place
he left ontnrdyeveniDC JasUHe
says that he thinks - the fever there has
srent its force? fThe people left in the
city-are so few in number that it will
De lmpossioie ionc xo ispreau. lie re-
Eorts the authorities" of Memphis as
aving the affairs; of trrecity well In;
hahd, and that they wMltaWe'care;
for all..withothaying(fitoiAppeali for
aid from otitsideThtf cases so farde
malienantf orra the fever dioduring tha
epidemid bf-' last year.5 He. anticipates;
that withW Six Weeks, business inMem:'
Plus will be going .on as usual.; ,t
:'i 'a itr. - '.hi.). u
U ui,I .0T. . A. Dlvtr DrowHeajii j 4 Vjj-j r
New 'okIkJ uly 80-Jne Jenldns"aaiver
who- was Iet: dowp'; its the'water below
thft'hattery'-to-day rin gul)inaripe cofc-;
tumeito recover v suukkh 1 auaiurj; w uv
was at first mistaken and whhe warf
raised to &e surrace w"1".
moved hewa dead; tHeblaod diving
trashed profusely from his mouth and
nose during his last struggles.
iujwo syinpatby with anything iertain
ing totbpnblie interest r ' '' -
wwned rjy tne-Durawngi wick viw
whi6h 0applled bim with.ir,1 He sfej
Joiiori: tn Twn' Jrawa uu rbut, the; signal
C L O
y E R
ptomeridoTM crash to prices in order to clear W
wm in imuima sizes are oroKea
' Ohe'lot. of stylish Cheviot Frocl
815, B5 to $17. are doalnr at-810
A large tot of fine White linen Duck Vests, worth
muif uuier unes, reoucea in tne aamei
we cannot fulfill. We are determined ta iol
that is to reduce the price to such a point that
k ....rrl11. !!.n i1, He newe
Quarters for novel styles and reliable mods:"
Bemember the first , comers secure the best
As the season advances and we
DRESS GOODwS, Will'rE AND FANCY GOODS, LACES, HOSIERY,
GLOVES & CORSETS, BUTTONS AND, MILLINERY GOODS
These goods must be closed out before
i uj filnoai'A
Ml: -. ..; , ,. i.
, Our 87.50 pbeviot Suit sells pow for $8.60. Our $120 English Tweed Suit setts now for $10. Our $18 and $20 French and English. Casslmefe Sack
and Frock Sults sell now at one uniform price, $16.5a Our Dress Coats and Vests of Diagonal, Granite, Basket French and English Goods at greatly re-
i price: ' ,
)u i-7 ii'i .'. J a:... .. . ,
::;UnJArJdiled shirts for 50 cents. The very best made In the United States for $l!oO. Linen Collars $2.00 per dozen, and all goods in proportion. Call
and see before buying elsewhere, as we are the rulers of low prices.
Bespectfully, .; , . .
Junei,lS79. L. BERWANGER & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
Via Steamers to Portsmouth,
...est-ossiDieAime.to au jroints,.soiitn1ana
NO DRAYAGE, NO COMMISSION, NO HANDLING EXPENSES,
t Mark Goods plainly via Seaboard Air-Line.' Freight received at any hour of the day, and Through Bills
ees or tne Lime. or information as to Tariff, Schedules, 4c, apply to either of the undersigned.
April 80 d5m.
-GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE Of
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- AT THE
W. KAUFMAN CO.
500 pairs all Wool Pants at -
fiOO . -; M ' -
400 w " extra fine,
850 Suits, Sack and Frock, from
a-kavj-k aa. a. - SI
l,00t tight umeVco!ypaca,
We have made thU reduction to close out the above
Railways on nand a fttTeBue of bantlemen's Furrdshlng Goodi Straw Bate fohriy sold at
flAO W seJl:BWit pl0uv(Mbr.(9W! ltodMWr W 26e. v ,. h ,(f r.;-;-, P0v,f-t
. . f l'ti'WjlJ ui ytHimutt kmi triT
. Tho Botngeoise and Af lnlon typo on- which tola
paper: was later printed. It was made by the (Ad
Johnson' type foundry; 'of Philadelphia, and was
not discarded beeaose bo longer tt for use, bat h
ly becanse it beeame necessary to use a onren
trie of type. It will do good service for seve
years to come, it wui do sow in tow kj sui pur
ehaser,iand In fonts of ; 60 to l,O00mfiwitb or
wUhoeasea,. Address Ji:jj BSEBtEB, .;J
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iin XFfOVESllt W2lSTCfi llC0,8J !J: V(
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With 25 years experience I guarantee enUre
UsfaeOoa - '. ' . Janll
S I N Gr S
i -Hi l ,.i
itaofl: all broken lots and
be closed without reserve
unlimited variety and beautiful In design bf style and character of texture, are
o Summer Stock.
" A efean'and tndrougn sweep
1. o. .) rr. 1
and Sit last ' season are now tn tie dlsnnaAd
iiwuuu;. jve caunot gi w ' a , iuu i oeson
as i want of
out our Spring Stock,, and know of
it compels the -pubilc to
iut -One WAT to
wuiAi uv inivuu w uuivuiw
urchase where they can
selections, and our Job Counter stands awaiting your
J -i U.SesneetfullT. .-; ,
have still a considerable stock of Summer
designs In fabrics, and Increase the solid reputation we have already achieved as being
oifering still greater inducements than heretofore.
Are still further reduced.
CLOTHING ! SHIRTS ! SHIRTS !
HALE HOSE AND NECKWEAR. " '
the opening of another season. Call early and often. A big drive is offered at
Va., and thence all Bail and Through Cars, Enabling Quick-
K S. FINCH, South-Western Agent, ) '
T. T. SMITH Agent C C Railway, . Charlotte, N. C.
E. W. CLARK, Generajreight Agent,. ) ;,
CJLQT til N G
' ' ' ' ' a "V AA
Linen Mohair and Cotton Coats as- low aa.40Oenti
lots; as be prices named aW ibefow niatrdfactur
- i; iu W.WJViMi.p:fXkM:
r nnrrsnrEsi rrm two tram wvn ,
inSivXiV. ::Vi $Liy,rttVn'i Vj-? inert;
SEW GOODS f
7f,. , .
il.-f r-.., ',f .-. t
rill "'.1 f'n Iii. 1 -.tl !f;.
Come to tne fortacon, Corn, Sugar, Coffee, Uo
lasses, and other Family Groceries.' tni
Just received, a few barrels of Perry Foster's (Da
vie eounty ' ;''.
A' a-'flrie & of" CoanUr BamA. I sell To.f cash.
-.1"'-' "i i-l 1 4l 'fi, jL,)f Hf ( 4 , 1 ll'til 4tllJ"l
111 goods deliverod in the
blltltf fliJ i Um W. B.CRIQnNGErl?O.T '
, . " Trade Street,
Next door below Wilson & Black's oM stand. a
ap 16. . - -
A. L E
odd sizes to be closed out at a heavy sacrifice. Our
at 2. Our 9Si.RO. sa.7s sj. sj. or nt i ui
win be made In Casslmere Suitsi an4 where the
assortment, of Sack and Frock Suits ranging from $14,
ots and Snrlmr Hultlnm In lua . iaicriw aaTkl1 aouHiltf
nf nt 1
snace nreventa. but we new mnkn an nmmiui
AMmmnliah this numlt mniais nnH AfTAnfiiail .rw.
economize best We prefer to convert our stock
. D. LATTA ft BRO.
GoMsV werp'po :phtihiuinc'e of
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH'S.
of Ladlna Issued at fiteamshin WharvM or om-
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