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THS OBSKBTEB JOB DKPiKTMENT
lias been thoroughly supplied with every needed
want, and with the latest styles of Type, and every
manner of Jot Printing can . now be done with
neatness, dispatch and cheapness. We can furn
ish at short notice,
LITTKB HEADS, CARDS.
'-TA08, RECEIPTS; I6TEB8,
. . .PBOfiBAMMES. HANDBILLS.
' FAbtPHLETS CIKCTJLAES, CHECKS, &C
.a f ; -
BXmaOBIFTION BAIMB i
WXIKLT XDZTIOX :
!TTI l!;f .
Ml;. i'l .liilllfl 1
CHARLOTTE, N. CM SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1879.
atihy heart 1
ProcieedLajr of a. Heceat Fleeting ef
t -tii -: .-:.:?.'. ; M : : . ' i i :-' . t m '.vox r-T v i , - ; .1 i.?.' ii ip ! , . . ; ' ' ' - -,t : - - - .
to stye 1
ca . .. ? r ? ....
uvn CTCmwiw ww - rnlSrt -
r Ladles L
,and cnu jb.ow ViQ u'
f fifie ask rour s
The stock 1b 8tnn enormflp8,Blck Cashmeres
being one of tssadNg Wm have t&
largest and lwjtaaSiptS5e3. atodZmt tnai
i in unariotte. Tne above la not simply
a staff menlt jposUjTO act.
We have a large stock, containing everything
wanted 10 that line, iaoluOlng Canton Flannels of
ha tJibOnsT bhiShol
aanhlnsr in this mar-
aiber that we keep the
Our Stock of Buttons,
Well, that department shows for itself. Don't
think of going anywhere else for Ladies. Gents'
Th young gems will Hid theTprettiest stodt of
EverjexlllUtad Ifi thls-nrnrtSBt Everyboly-lan b
suited here in a rarFINE HAT.
bedtd JtteaWn to '6t handsome
stock 01 Duun, Brjpcaaeq.aaostnpea.
in BtkeKs AfrtJ 111 th iJew'colobs.
-'Our stock of ntafn1trlDed and
trimmings is the largest and hand-
fan cr Sattines
and velvets lor
somest we have ever offered in this market
sore andgtye our Fancy
We have the largest, handsomest and best stock
ed Carpet Department In North Carolina.
Everybody mvitedtoalL .
AULA. A.IN VEn, cc rIAKKIo.
CHAR L O T T E
And vicinity, are invited to call and inspect our
, NEW STOCK, eiubriiclug. ewsry variety of
In all; the new shades and textures. Black
Colored Cashmeres, a specialty.
ty'A. CHEAPEST CHEAP. Dress Goods In
town. Coil bufpre you buy, BespeptfuUy,
' ' BiREISlGER 4 TBOTTEIt.
J. TrAN'ril ON Y,
Northern Ice, Coal & Lumber.
Having Just received my supply of Coal for the
ensuing season, I am prepared to fill all orders at
shortest notice. My stock is the largest ever
offered on this Market and embraces all the
variousJiriSjlor Families', EountLdas' and Smiths'
use. If rjjonsl who a have formrM bought from
other MRKetsHiUHufofjd losj wsuB consult their
InteresKjtfglnnf mejalcall efdreordering else
where, trtteeciil tnrwts 1m orf ets in cargo and
c;ir loaf iota. T f If ,1
Ice ol hbndStbf yefr roundV froia first of Octo-bepsuitfl-rst
BMaHhexfc-t-My cart will not run
on Sundays, but will supply double quantities on
I shall also-eoTitlniie the- Lumber business and
keep full stock on hand, together with Lathes,
Shingles, kc . . .
B 1U cti tb rflr '4& .AibA'rjfJttea, of any
quality defifredf also estimates nirnlsned dn appli
cation at office, eoraer of Trade st. and N. C. K. B.
T. J. ANTHONY,
P. O. Box, 153, Charlotte, N C.
FEE SIMPLE DEEDS,
MOST APPROVED FORM
Jt Printed an
a f f ? obs
By virtue of a deed of trust executed by J. M.
Kc ndrlck, on the 15th day of April, 1878, and reg
istered in Book 19, page 207J&egl8ter'8 office of
MecklewldnV ountr. I will sel atrablie auction.
at iu OAira Sous 4oor.lXk. Cbarlutt on4h 20th-f
day of October, 1879, a lot fronting eighty-five Jett
on church street and extending back about 275
feet, with the buildings and improvements there
on. (rttuatrTsetwwareirnrdf Saml Grose
on the one side and Jaa. Nerthey on the oher.
Terms eishi rrr ' ; ' J ' -
A. 6. BREMZEB, Trustee.
1 AA Barrels ust received and for sale cheap, by
J. C. BUBKOUGHS. ,
Located at Sugar Creek Church, three miles North
fcvrttees have engagf i 't eJvkHs of
f- T. w. Dixon, an accomplished schol ir and
i-iicher, and the Academy is now open for the re
ltum of pupils
1.50 per month,
i .eo " -
len. JHO. A. lOUnir. in Chilrlftt . h.!AmmiinU
Sec. Board of Trustees.
' No. 59 Franklin Street ' : '
EDGE WORTH '
Boartfing & Day School
for Young Ladles.
MRS, U. p. LEFEBVRE,.PrlBlwl-,.-.
indnmiS1? September j 48tI.HT!igU.
aug 10-deoU2uT 8 l,tOB v""
1 for hnva on M on-
nooi Dunaiug oa
I will ope;
? -Gen. BnjTin0ra Int on Chnrah met. I
' Tho whaM arill'at Drat mmlai nf Aiwil
-JJT irif two aepanmenis, rnmary anaia-
n5?P0wlble ciasslHcaUon lu mdei that the
septs , i PLMBS-
DEPARTMENT ' . ,
A careful Inspection, as we defy competition in
this Me in styles, qualities and prices. Our stock
of Ladles' and Children's
In plain and fancy colors cannot be' excelled. We
have taken special pains in selecting our stock of
OLOAKS AND OALrAOHTS,
and have erenthlng that is tiew.- Shetland Shawls
in endless variety. A handsome stock of
For Children. A full line of
And trimming for same.
A New York paper asks. "Is the yellow fever a
necessity." Guess It must be. You can bet your
sweet life it Isn't a luxnij Burlington Hawkeye.
The New Haven.' RtkriMer complains of "life's
dull routine;" and yet It is the best season of the
year to go out with a bag and rob pear trees or
pile boxes up in front of store doors. free Press.
A straneetfreak Df nsiture is renorted br a een-i
aiemQU aviog out un ne western sudutds. lm&i
weeK nis wile gave Dir.n to a aaugnter witn a near
neck and deer little f eet. St. Louis Times-Journal.
and examine our stock, whether you buy
wllttake pleasure hi showing you through.
T. L. SKIOLK A CO..
Opp. Charlotte Hotel, Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
Bottled Lager Beer,
ALE AND PORTER,
Is corner Trade and Boundary Avenue. Delivered
to any part of the city, free of charge for SI. 00 per
jr. u. Munzfctt.
All orders left at John Yogei's tailor shop will re
ceive prompt attention.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE ATLANTA BREWERY
" Let those who never drank Beer before,
Go to Joe Flschesser's and drink the more.'
FRESH FROM THE ATLANTA BBEWEBY, ply
1VA It 14 I A " .
I have an arrangement with the Atlanta Brewery,
by which I am able to keep on draught, and for
sale by the keg
PURS ICE COLD LAGER BEER
Brought to my door In an ice-cold refrigerator direct
from the Brewery.
Persons lA'Caaflotta.'ik- at a iislance. can buy
beer frost soe tot ttottem rook prieee, and warrant
ed to be as pure and fresh as if Just made.
Mv facilities this 'Bummer for the delivery of
Beer are better than ever, and as the sole agent
In Charlotte of the Atlanta Brewery, I respectfully
solicit the patronage of the public.
Wines and the best Liquors on draught or for
sale by the quantity all the time.
O Y S T E
Orf the . fialf-shell or by the quart or gallon!. Lov
ers of the luscious bivalves can be supplied by
gTOP AT THE
Salisbury, N. a
C. 8. Brown. Jr.. Chief Clerk; W. o. Hheiburn as
Bl LUCE, Proprietor.
Reduced rate $2.09 and 82-50, according to loca
tion of Boom.
M. L. HARNETT, Clerk, late of Planters' Hotel.
Feb 16 tC " l CM
.. 1 AND ..
Pound Sponge, Fruit, Jelly, and all kinds. Qt Fancy
Cakes t PBATHKB'S,
Order. lor ornamental cages promptly attended to.
. 5 . AUD IOC. COUIITERS.
TO 'tHX'TRADX: The liveibnslhess men of the
a are starting these eonnters.1 ' We art the orlirl-
Kasom,ana tteaaquanersi.'we nave weoniy iwo
uooaes in ;tne u.
Exdustve 5 and 10a Jobl
Send foe Catalogue and particulars. ,
200 202 Randolph Street, CWcag). -2jft 4 2
Chauncy Street, Boston. ' , iu
.iSept 24-deod8m. - -..t n-i r t tr.ii i
And hell seemed near, and heaven seemed
1 n hn tA Bulivhf nr ain
Wned.ii? JLhejIattaethneai' ;: '
And he bids thee look and see
The side they pierced with the cruel spear, ' l
The nail-torn hands, and the thorn-crowned head,
And the blood at thine atonement shed.
That the curse might pass irom thee.
Hast thou opened yet? Oh, the words were plain,
xnai Bave ioueaea toy neon w-mgnt,
They told the Savior's life of pain-
Homeless, sorrowful, tempted lorn,
That sinless robe might by thee be worn
By that life and death which thy soul he pleads 1 '
And fain would his rich gifts bring; ''') '
There is full provision for all thy needs,
A sight of the crucified gives thee peace
From the curse of sin and its fear, release;
from the nopr of deap the song.
There are robes of earth that in dust will lie, '
And songs that wtu end in tears;
Sunshine to sei 1 a ray less gloom.
Flowers to hide their way to the tomb,
And through endless ages a lost soul's cry,
For the wasted, vanished years.
There's a home where God. wipes the tears away,
'vrnero we lay aside tne sin.
Where never a ransomed one will say,
"I am sick or sained, or grieved to day."
And the servant! wants to show thee the way,
And to bid-thee enter in.
Joy in the presence of God to-night,
If thou wilt arise and come ;
But the loy bf fiends if they see thee slight
The robe, the crown, and the home of light
And choose the path that will end In night.
Ana neu tor tne soul's long nome.
gets a new pair of suspenders he
I day to seeing if he can draw them
When a dot
;ight enougn to nil nis reet on tne ground, xne
male sex and Mary Walker will understand how
Six Republican tramps outrage and murder a
Democratic young lady of Troy, New York. And
yet It Is claimed that the murder Is not political.
They cry peace, peace, when there Is no peace.
An American newspaper seems to be running
King Alfonso's courtship, and announces that he
kissed his betrothed on the forehead, whereupon
bells were rung and cannon fired. When be gets
to her lips, says the St Albans Advertiser, the least
that can be done win be to diow up the ttscunal
An honest, loyal, shrewd and witty but slightly
profane old Bemocrat, Ui a town not twenty miles
away, recently put to a friend the following start
ing but expressive conundrum ana comment:
"Will you tell me what In a Butler Democrat
Is? I should as soon think of speaking of a she
tom-cat." Boston font.
A whoop-bang sort of a boy, with feet as broad
and fiat as a pie-tin, trotted through the Central
market till he reached a stall kept by a single wo
man, about 30 years old. Halting there, he yelled-
out: "Say! say! Your little boy has been run over 1
and killed up by the city hall!" "Uh! oh! heavens
oh! !" she screamed, and she made a dive
under the counter, came up on the other side, and
started to follow the boy. After going ten feet she
halted, looked very foolish, and all 01 a sudden re
marked : "What a goose I am! Why, I ain't even
P ETHEL'S MAKKI VliE.
Twenty-Nino Days After linprittou-
inent and Trial for Wife-Murder
Find Hi m Wedded to Another Wo
mand)i)M JShe Crave Arsenic 1
Salisbury News, 3d.
Married, yesterday morning, at his
office, by Squire Ilaughton, Mr. George
Pethel and Miss Margaret Rogers.
The .eamm unity was startled yester
day morning, if not shocked.,tt Jhe an
neuncement of the foregoing- bans.
The almost unanimous esewnation was
Tl directors of the insane asylum
Dijt,ith. executive office on Wednes
days when the quarterly report of the
superintendent, lr. Grissom, was sub
mitted, giving the workings and con
dition of the'ia3ylum for the past three
months; the" number of patients receiv
edi'nmbdfcwharged, andthe deaths.
ae;po'oi'ttie executiye committee
was aim fiuumitted, stating that a most
flathtfsrr'&mtract had been made
f,tfi&nB$ moine. etc- to better venti-
lafiidiWarm the bulling. The most
imTnTOtrt'was thatof thetreaa-;.
have beettialMHifc $40,000. , The.anpro-
tiriation was for vM5,000 and an extra
aDnrfJtrriation Of $8,000 to pay outstand-
,ing obligations, making $53,000, so that
there remains ior uie uaiance .or xne
year about 3i000r-wlHeh it-is tlwuglit
wiirbe4ully9ffit;iefttfor the wants of
the institution.'- The "board met at the
asylum on yestei-dajr, when the ac
counts! fend books of the, steward were
examined, aftfe which the following
important rule9ere upofajfoll consul
tation' and discussion -unanimously
The superintendent, in the admission
of applicants into the asylum as pa
tientsrsball consider the applications
in the order in which they are register
ed in the book kept by him for register
ing of said applications according to
section 14, chapter 161, acts 1879. No
applicant considered incurable by the
medical officers of the asylum shall be
admitted as a patient utitil all who are
deemed curable have beeri provided for.
No application made prior to the pas
sage of said act of 1879 shall be consid
ered unless the'Bame shall have been
renewed since that time.. .
That the superintendent furnish to
the authorities of the several counties
yrespectively.a copy .of the foregoing.
, A thorough examination at uie waras,
Luildinfis'knd crronfrds was made and
f a rjeSolutioa adopted i'statfng that
tliey were-JOiind ln a-mosx satisraciory
and perfect condition. Under the act
of the last Legislature a great deal of
work has been done for the improve
ment of the grounds by the convicts in
th penitentiary. , -
BUT NOT READY FOR A FORMAL OPENING,
AS PRESCRIBED FOB TO-DAY.
Being delayed in gaining possession of our new store, we find U impossible to make preparations for the occasion, and soliciting the public's kind in
dulgence, we will now designate
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11th
fW FUR oub gband kntbk into thk world OF FASHION.
SOUTH CAROLINA ITEMS.
A lot of South Carolina Railroad
stock was sold in Charleston Thursday
the highest bid being $9.45.
Two darkies netar Camden fell out and
settled their difficulty by the code. They
fought with pistols and both were
A you-man-named-JIenry Martin
was seriously injured, at the Sandy
Spring, & 0. ckrapCirjeelihg last Satur
day night by being kicked in the face
by a .mAilfii i , ? . . ;
The 'Edgefield ' Advertiser says : The
Hon. G. D. Tillman thinks that Tilden
is undoubtedly and inevitably the-coming
man for the Democratic presidential
nomination. - . - . ,
On the South Carolina Railroad
Thursday 119 bales of cotton in transit,
were burned by a spark from the loco
motive. ,The cotton was from Atlanta,
. en route to Charleston for shipment to
xithexf more prjggfsti
''it toft Bferfit ii
and rafter, ie? rainutes':Tei!ection, it
was almost invariably ioiiowed ny an-
e, viz rj -p i ci
IS MAEltfAGfe WAS
ARRANGED BEFORE MRS. PETHEL S
for the (ime'uas been but short sinq&J
ne got our, or jail. -JI
ltumor has it that they were engagea
wjMtetmaev waaia rron. j but wheth
er true or. hdt w& tfanndt.say. a I
The action was enough to surprise
any one, and to give use to the wildest
kind oi talk. TuinK or it : a woman tyy
ing herself for life to a man whose body-
as yet retains the musty odor of a pri
son cell and around whose person the
damning suspicion bf a crime as black
as the shades of hades cluster in acloud
too thick to let in a ray of the sunshine
of apparent innocence in the eye of r
public opinion. To say that the woman
must be incapable ot appreciating her
situation in life, is a charity, for did we
think otherwise, we should entertain
the same opinion as those who insinu-
Ato tliat MM PetherNoi 1 :was poison-
oned to make way for Mrs. P. No. 2 ; or,
on the other hand, should think her
recklessly bold, compared to whose ac
tion in this matter the charge of the
famous six hundred " into the jaws of
death, into the-BKuth of hell," dwin
dles intt utter iiisignitleance.
May she never get the "headache" or
Revival in Virginia and North Caro
; , lina
Petersburg, Va., Oct 2. -One of the
most notable vents of the day is the
great number of religious revivals that
Jiaye occurred during, the past two
mqnuiivui, is rmu me surtuuiiuiuK
counties, and even extending into the
neighboring counties of North Caro
lina. In a number of instances from
seventy-five to one hundred conver
sions have occurred at a single meeting,
and from forty to fifty are common.
They occur alike in all denominations
and among the whites as well as the
-bfcfctT rjtrgVi additions kar?been
cktirehdongrgations Tiie re
vivals are still in progress.
Oeld and Hilver.
Balttmpre .gmtf I 'M'j 'J. J i L
It is understood that the coinage of
ten and five-dollar gdld pieek will soon
be resumed. 'Tne mints have been run
to .te4r,,ulicapacity coining silver, and
it is no more than fair that the gold
ahould have a little chance. Itt is not
iUUelfcriiii any mdrb quarter1 eigfes or
one-dollar gold pieces win be coined, as
the effect would be to , prevent the sil
ver, dollars- from , getting into - .circula
tion. 'The AmejncaH twentyHloliaT gold
PlM.:fmttm Wtij- wm&, and
tuwayat: uuiuuiauus n ju.uiliuu.i
government etnployes.rtere received in
their last .monib's ;paV quite a respect
able per ,ceut, in silver dollars, and
wtoen 'members of CongrpsS' get back to
WashiPSwHi'they, will, jfecei've ten: per
ceint ot their pey iasnvei,,i ! .... t "
:' ' ill M -I'ltr 'l I !i-
,;:'. i . Big Hopes for Ohio
Wasiu Cor. Baltimore i.Sun..'
Cotirtnfssipftcr Itanm, whc',,lt5; jetting
oi itsftlf, whire heis running polities in
Ohio, wmi&pmjmmmmw lle-
publi;-bjr, iWty itft&aWthat
the Republioansi will Als6have the Leg
islature. Secretary1" Sherman said to
day thajbutns" private' 'information was
to the same.ieflectv -and rthat he could
not understand what' the Democrats
could be thinking about in, claiming
that they had any show. Yet thfeOhio
Demorats(ftotttinue to claim both the
Governor and the Legislature. Secre
tary Sherman "Js going back tdf Ohio
nextweek.to make another speech or
two before the election. "
nn TUden and tne Presidency, ii
The "Washington Post prints an in?
terview had with Gov Tilden. siTNew
York Thursday,1 ln-'Whiclr AC. among
culation thathe is conspiring or in any
othei warattemtJtinfirjJtos,ecure(a, re-
jjemocraxs. :.-,m!wia -ushkia ly..
tS. CJ Ipumal
fmwtiobtTppmes to us from a very
direct source, that on Wednesday of last
week. Mr Charles Ingram, who lives in
Chesterfield cdunty, on the Camden road,
twelve miles from Cheraw, while re
turning from Cheraw, was attacked by
five'men within few miles of his home,
and after being severely beaten, he was
tied and then mutilated in a horrid
manner. No cause can be assigned for
the diabolical deed, as Mr. Ingram is
generally regarded as an Upright and
inoffensive man. Suspicion rests upon
some tramps, who have infested that
neighborhood for some time past.
New York Express.
A Chinaman Waltzed into one of the
courts yesterday aad, tapping a big, fat
man, seated at a desk, with the end of
an umbrella, grunted :
"Youlee bossee?" ,
"What der yer want, pigtail V
"Me Melican Manee. Gotee wifee
flo' chil'n. Wifee laisee dlevil allee
timee chil'n notee goee schoolee wif
ee hitee Wan Slingee usee chairee-
"Well, -what der yer want a di
Yessee,: yessee; wautee d'ivorcee,
He got.it :.,. t.,:..;
: ' '
In the statement of the liabilities of
the government the item of fractional
currency outstanding, which, not very
long ago was placed at as high a figure
as forty millions, has disappeared en
tirely, in the statement or the liabili
ties, and assets issued this date, frac
tional currency to the amount of $94,-
770 is ruaeed amoaa : the assets, in a
short time the item of fractional cur
rency will disappear altogether from
the government exnioits.
: ,'-;; V
Electricity in tb f ataro.
Prof. John C. Draper; in a lecture in
New Y orkti Tuesday, evenmg.. said that
he thought that electricity as a means
Of light would soon be general, andthat
among other means of its' generation,
notnIy waterfalls but the action of
the tides would be employed' It would
also be used as a means of heating and
cooking and electro-magnetism would
be employed for a rapid and economical
-'.i Apolog-e ileal.,;,
HartweU (Ga.) Sun. steams J i. .
Itissaidwhea'an official steps up to
the bar in Atlanta and drops his dime
on' the counter, that he- 'explains apolo-
Hgetically to the suspicious bjstanders
thac -i amassea wiaf. weatcn oeiore a
came intoomce.. .5, ,...HM'ntA
WnldB SagaciBh Mt.
. ;,The nominationV of Gen. Hancock; ot
Gen.'McClellan by th Democrats next'
year would be a very sagacious move.
We are felly prepared for all the demands of trade:,
,i! i I :
B it It will require time to consummate the arrangement and ad lust the general fixtures of the Store,
and extend a cordial invitation to one and all, with a genial greeting In our new quarters.
We respectfully Invite the attention of out friends
E. D. LATTA & BRO.
Our stock is now complete in every branch, and for the interest of the public we will quote the prices of some of
Men's all wool Business Sack Suit, at $10. A very nobby Scotch Cassimere Suit at $12.50. A fine Sctitbh Cassimere Ma
ansh, lined, in single-breast and Frock Suits, our leaders, for $15. Our own manufactured 3, 4 and 5 button suits, from
$15 to $25. These suits are all of foreign goods, imported by our own house direct. .. . n
GENTS1' DRESS SUITS, .
All the leading styles and single-breast 3 button Cut Away frocks.
YOUTHS1 SUITS FROM $8 TO SIB-BOYS' SUITS, $4.50, $5,00, $5.50
$6.00, $7.00, $8.00 AND $10. ' ; ' ,; ...
School Suits for Boys a specialty. (
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Don't Buy any Overcoats Before You See Our Stock,
As we have the largest stock, best assortment and cheapest in the South. All we ask isa call, and we will show you facts.
Fine i Clothier and Tailors.
Mow that tir i&rand Opening i ver,
We tender our thanks to the public, and the Ladies especially, for their appreciation of our effort to present for inspec
tion to the people of this city and surrounding country a Stock of Goods never before equaled in Charlotte, and to quote
the expression of every one of our visitors to the Grand Opening,
'r.We have the Largest, most Sqperb nd Cheapest SWck of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Hosiery and Gloves,
MILLINERY, LACE GOODS AND TIE S
! Now iiaiiewCharlotte.n !
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We are now ready to receive the trade, and promise our determination , '
Not to be Excelled in Quantity, Quality and Price.
Save your tftoney and buy your goods from
WE DESIRE TO CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION o btTll
LARGE AND YRIEP'a.SdBTMENT
Gents' Furri CSs,&c.v &c.,
Selected with great care. Out shelves and counter will be found replete. with all the Noyeltie of ,he latest , and most
accracave uesigns, i , , t , , f
AND ALL'THE LATEST, STYLES ARE FULLY REPRESENTED.
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In our Store will be found Goods that., notwithstanding the advance, in, the raw material, we are able to offer at the
old prices, and in some instances lower, jthan ever.sfvre.., The.,renitatioii.of our house for keephtgtJdods of well-known
makesv (so that the customers-may be assured or getting full value fortheir money) will be fully maintained, also its
character as THE POPULAR; CLOTHING HOUSE'OF CHARLOTTE. . ; ; i) ,i -mi it.:. ,
' W. KAUFMAN & GO.
Comer bfTrada and Tryon Streets. ( , t .
P. a We are selling pit bur entli e stock of Boots and .hoes at and below cost.
W. KAUFAAN & CO.
. Corner of Trade and Tryon Utreetsj j ; .,. . ,
,.n :;-' -,ll V : Jfr-ffW
Call attention to their
Rarlev. Bam. TaDlocs
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