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SUNDAY, FEB. 5, 1883,
I haxanx Lodgx No. 81, A- K. 4 A. 11 -Regular
ir.eetlug every second and fourth lloaday nights.
Kicklbiob Lodsk No. 261, A. F. 4 A. M. Reg
ular meeting every first and third Tuesday nights.
Charlotte Chaptxb No. 89, B. A. M. Regular
meeting every second and fourth Friday nights.
Charlotte Command aby No. 2, K. T. Regular
meeting every first and third Thursdays.
IKI- OIF1 H.
Knights of Honob. Regular meeting every
second and fourth Thursdays.
3C. ODF1 ZF
Knights or Pythias. Regular meeting nights
flret and third Wednesdays, 7 o'clock p. m. atMa
gonlc Temple Hall.
X- O. O. IB1.
Charlotte Lodgk No. 88. Meets every Mou
llKCKLXNBURQ DECLARATION LODGE NO. 9.
Meets every Tuesday night.
Dixie Lodge No. 108. Meets'every Thursday
Catawba River Encampment No. 21. Meets
lrit and third Thursday nights In each month.
The Churched To-Day.
Youko Mem's Christian Association Devo
tional exeiclses In the afternoon at 4Mj o'clock.
it. Peer's Catholic Church. Services In the
morning at 10ij o'clock, and In the afternoon
at a o'clock, by Rev. L. P. O'Connell.
First Phesbtteman Chubch. Services In the
morning at 1 1 o'clock and In the evening at 7
by fcev. Dr. A. W. Miller, pas'or Sunday school
at SVi o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7 o'clock.
Second Presbyterian Church. Services in
the morulQg at 1 1 o'clock, and lu the evening at 7
o'clock, by Rev. N. M. Woods, pastor. Sunday
& hool at 4 o'clock.
Tryon Street (M. E.) Church. Services In the
morning at 1 1 o'clock, by Rev. J. T. Bagwell,
nastor. Sunday school at HVa o'clock. Prayer
meeting at Wi Wednesday evening.
calvary Mission Church (Methodist.) Ser
vires In the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and In the
evminfl- at IVa by the pastor. Rev. J. w. Wheeler,
Sunday school at 9 a. m. Class Meeting at
4 p. m.
fir Peter's Episcopal Church Services In
the morning at 1 1 o'clock, and in the evening at
7 o'clock, by Rev. J. B. Cheshire, R.ctor. Speeial
services and sei mon for the children at 3Vt o'cleck
In the afternoon. Holy Communion Immediately
alter the morning services.
colored Presbyterian Church. Services In
the afternoon at 8 o'clock and In the evening at
7 to by Rev. Mr. Wjche, pastor. Sunday school at
1 1 0 CiOCK H HI.
Index to New Advertisement.
LeBoy Davidson Special Attention
8 M. Howell-Potatoe and Unions,
p T. Kreeland Horse Stolen. Reward.
KIT I NESS M O'l It: KM.
A KREAT OBLIGATION.
"i am indebted for my life." nays Judge F. M,
Rrooks. of Columbus. Ua., '"to Warner s Kafe Kid
ney and Liver Cure."
FADED OR GRAY HAl't g "adually recovers Its
jouihful color and lustre b the use of Parker's
Hair Balsam, an elegant Ing, admired for Its
purity and rtoh perfume.
A FORTUNATE RECOVERY FROM SMALLPOX
Mr. John L. Kldwell. a prominent citizen of
Washington. D c ha9 in his domestic employ as
niiNA Miss Marv J. Bleelns. who has recovered
Iio n a severe attc of small pox. Elated at her
sucurss, she Invested a dollar In the December
monthly dlitribution of the Louisiana Htate Lot-
terv xnii received as a reward for her faith 810,
00 In gold. M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, will
occur on February 14th.
Rats. mien, ants, flies, vermin, mosquitoes,
s-'C.s, Ac. cleared out by ''Rough on Rats,
boxes at druggists.
C-Col. L Y. Sage, of Atlanta, was In
he city yesterday.
tW Annie Pixley played M'liss three
nights last week in New Orleans.
fi"Mrs. R. P. Warine is sufferinz
considerably from the effects of the ac
cident with" which she met a week ago.
W Tickets for Bartley Campbell's
Galley Slave" will be placed on sale
at the usual places to-morrow morn
I" A heavy snow is reperted to have
fallen Friday night and yesterday morn
ing at Danville and as far North as
KSfThey do say that a young society
lady of Charlotte has been vaccinated
on the Emma Abbott plan which is
not on the arm.
CSThe county commissioners will
meet in monthly session Monday.
Some important matters will perhaps
come up for consideration.
E2F"In Friday morning's issue we al
luded to a row which occurred the Dre-
vious morning on 8th street among
some negroes, causing a disturbance of
the residents in that neighborhood
An officer gives the information that
an arrest was made at the time of the
disturbance, and the matter is still open
ZW Considerable complaint has
reached this office on account of our
city subscribers not getting their pa
pers early in the morning. We try to
have The Observer delivered early
in all parts of the city, but the rainy
weather for the past month has necessi
tated the putting of the papers in the
houses instead of merely throwing
them in the yards, and this adds much
to the time required to make the
A report was current in the city yes
terday that Mr. Jonathan Ray, of Provi
dence township, is missing, tnd that
his whereabouts is unknown. It is said
he was absent from home last Monday,
and that his horse, with saddle torn, re
turned home that evening riderless. It
is to be hoped that he will turn up al
right, as apart from his drinking pro
pensities he is well liked by his neigh
bors and friends.
The road supervisors held a meeting
yesterday afternoon, but transacted no
business of public importance, except
the appointing of several overseers to
fill vacancies. The appointments
made were as follows:
For district No 1, Jas. Ludlum ; dis
trict No. 3, Watkins ; district No. 4,
A. A. Atwell ; district No. 5, Jasper Al
exander; district No. 7, M. M. Wolf;
district No. 9, Henry Duckworth.
Apportionment of School Fund.
The register of deeds has completed
the apportionment of the county school
fund, and by his records the following
is shown as the amounts due each
township in the county for the white
and colored schools respectively :
Charlotte township, whites,
44 " colored,
Clear Creek '
Crab Orchard M
Long Creek, "
Paw Creek, "
Iu addition to
Reply to Poet No.
Our entertainment must have served
Much talent to display,
Since It has been the earnest theme
Of a modem poet's lay.
Many of those who speak of it.
Praise us none the less;
And we feel that It was Indeed,
A very great success.
We are paid for all our treuble,
As all who did attend,
Have allowed their happy voices,
In loudest praise to Mend.
It pleases girls especially,
To see their names In print;
Now, remember, Mr. Poet,
This Is a timely bint.
And when by a young gentleman,
They are thus set In rhyme,
If we don't feel delighted
I'm sure I think It's time.
Accept all our best wishes,
And thanks for all you've said,
And may the light of peace and Joy
On your vhoie life be shed.
Saturday, February 4th, 1882.
izmmvmr-A re isi e aBfaM
there has been apportioned among
twenty new school districts throughout
the county the sum of $2,462.93, of 'which
$1,305.47 goes to the whites and $1,157,
46 to the colored schools.
Druggists say that Lydla K. Plnkham's Vegeta
ble Compound Is the best remedy for femnle weak
ness that they ever heard of, for It gives universal
satisfaction. Send to Mrs. Lydla E. Pinkham,
23a Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Last Thursday night Mr. P. T. Free
land, living seven miles north of Char
lotte, had a horse stolen from him, and
on the same night a brother of his had
$300 in cash stolen from a trunk in his
house, and if reports be true it is likely
the theft was committed by McManus,
the young white man who escaped
from Mecklenburg tail a few weeks
ago. A colored man who knew McMa
nus says positively that he saw him in
the neigborhood last week.
A reward is offered for the recovery
of the stolen property, or the arrest of
A pair of beautiful S j 1 fl ren oa E isel will be
mailed free to any lady who .M snd a three cent
postage stamp to Dr. C. W. Benson, 106 No. Eutaw
street, Baltimore, Md.
To all who are suffering from the errors ard In
discretion of youth, nervous weakness, early decay
oss of manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will
cure jou, FhEK of CHABGE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South America.
Send a eelf-nddressed envelope tc the Bev.
JOSEPH T. IK MAN, Station D, New York City
W ROYAL J J
Change of IS witlcncc.
Charlotte will, in the course of a few
weeks, lose one of l-.er valued and
useful citizen s in the person of Dr. T.
J. Moore, who will go to Richmond
Va., for the practice of his profession.
Dr. Moore stnnd3 well with the medi
cal profession in this city and State
and has succeeded in building up a
very fine practice here, which ha3 been
very remunerative, and we predict for
him a like success in his new field of operations.
He ha3 disposed of a part of his in
terest in the drug store of Wriston &
Co., to Mr. James W. Osborne, a popular
young gentlemen of. this city, who also
goes jversonally into the business.
FEBRUARY 1ST, 1882.
Tl Soutlrr World.
The above is the tille of a sixteen
page quarto semi-monthly lately start
ed at Atlanta, Ga., the 7th number of
which has reached this office. The
publication is devoted to home indus
tries, is edited by Mr. W. G. Whidby,
and is in every respect a superior paper
of its kind, and presents a neat and
healthy appearance in its make-up.
In the number before us the editor
offers the following premiums, the con
test to be open to any young man un
der sixteen years of age, in any of the
Southern States: For the best half
acre in corn, oats, potatoes, peas, cane
or cotton, cultivated by the contestant,
a chest of tools, worth $20.00, for the
second best a chest of tools valued at
$10.00; for the third best a chest of
tools valued at $5.00. If contestants so
elect, the premiums will be paid in
gold, in lieu of the tools.
Those desirious of contesting for the
premiums must send in their names to
the editor of the Southern World on
or before March 20th for registration.
Contestants will be required to give
a concise statement of the character of
the soil and seed, mode of culture,
amount and kind of fertilizers (if any)
used, cost of cultivating and yield, and
send per express, charges paid, one
peck of corn, oats, potatoes or peas;
five stalks of cane and sample of cot
ton, not less than five pounds, all prop
erly labelled with producer's name,
county and State.
Reports must be sent in by Novem
The co-operation of county and State
agricultural organizations i3 earnestly
invoked to accomplish the beneficial
result sought to be brought about by
the offer of these premiums.
It is suggested that-some of our Meck-
Tne leadlnz Scientists of To-day aeree that
most diseases are caused by disordered Kidneys or
Liver. If, therefore, the Kidneys and Liver are
kept in perfect order, perfect health will be the re
sult This truth has only been known a short time
and for years people suffered great agony without
being able to find reUeL The discovery of War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure marks a new
era In the treatment of these troubles. Made
from a simple tropical leaf of rare value. It con
tains Just the elements necessary to nourish and
invigorate both of these great organs, and safely
restore and keep them in order. It is a POSITIVE
REMEDY for all the diseases that cause pains In
the lower part of the body for Torpid Liver-
Headaches Jaundice Dizziness ttravel J!ever,
Ague Malarial Fever, and all difficulties of the
Kidneys, Liver and Urinary Organs.
It is an excellent and safe remedy for females
during Pregnancy. It will control Menstruation
and Is Invaluable for Leucorrhoea or Falling of the
As a Blood Purifier it Is uneQualled, for It cures
the organs that makk the blood.
This Remedy, which has done such wonders, is
put up In the LARGEST 81ZKD BOTTLE of any
medicine upon the market, and Is told by druggists
and all dealers at $1.25 per bottle. For Diabetes,
enquire for WAKNKB'S SAFE DIABETES CUBE.
It is a POSITIVE Remedy.
H. H. WARNER A CO.,
J an28 Rochester, N. T.
Dried Sugar Corn,
There will be a congregational meet
ing held at the Lutheran church to-day
at 11 o'clock, for the purpose of elect
ing a pastor to fill the vacancy existing lenburg f armers might give their boys
in that church. A lull auenaance or nnpr,lnt.- nf entering this contest.
IUU wf f v - C3
Bulbs, Ornamental Grasses,
and Immortelles, Gladiolus,
lilies, Koses, Plants, Garden
Implements. Bentlfully illus
trated. OrerlOO pages. Address 1
ROCHESTER,N.Y. CHICAGO, ILL
179-183 East Main St. 200-206 Randolph St
the members is especially desired.
At St. Peter's Episcopal church this
morning will be had the usual services
at 11 o'clock, with the holy communion.
At zy o'clock p. m, there will be a spe
cial service and sermon for the children.
as the result will be a clear gain.no mat
ter whether a premium is secured or
not, and at the same time it will serve
as a stimulant to the boys on the
farm to put forth their best efforts.
which is the object sought to be ac-
,r.i Alum Iro
The offering of the congregation at the COmplished by offering the premiums.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness More economlca
iban tbe ordinary Kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
nov23 New York.
LeRoy Davidson. Sole Agent. Charlotte, N. C
7 p. m. service will be received lor tne
foreign missionary work of the church.
' At the 11 a. m. service at Tryon street
Methodist church the pastor will de
liver a sermon on "The Privileges of
Sonship." Text: John 1:12, 13. Com
munion will bo administered after the
There will be no services at the As
sociate Reformed church to day.
In the proportion that farm life is
made attractive to the youtn 01 me
country will the disposition of the
young men to flock to cities and towns
as an easier means of earning a liveli
1 1 1 i 1 mi
If some enterprising fellow would now corner
the market on Dr. Bull's cougn syrup no cuum
make his fortune; for there are thousands who
would rather pay double the retail price than be
without this valuable remedy.
OVERCOATS ...FOB WINTER WEAR.
OVERCOATS --FOB SPRING WEAR.
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A SPECIAL SALE !
A POSITIVE SALE !
SOUR KROUT, PICKLED PIR'S FEET,
EiSTE!iN ROSE POTATOES,
ONION3 BY THE BARREL,
S. M. H O WELL'S.
Horse Stolen Reward.
ON last Thursday night I hid a Bay Mare taken
from my stables, seven miles North of Char
lotte, on the Rocky River read, by some person
unknown to me. The animal was seven years
old, a little hip shotten. bright bay, small scar on
the left breast, and newly shod all around. She
was tracked to Charlotte Friday morning.
At the same time S3 00 in cash was stolen from
a trunk In my brother's house.
Any information leading to the recovery of the
horse or for the arrest of the thief will be thank
fully received, and liberally rewarded by
P. T. FREELAND,
feb5 d2t wit P. 0. Charlotte, N. C.
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
Will mail FREE their Cata
logue for 1882, containing a
full descriptive Price -list of
Flower, Field and Garden
For we never carry over from Season to Season
any Garments that can be sold at the proper
Ume, If a reasonable sacrifice can
accomplish the sale.
IT HAS BEEN A MILD SEASON THUS FAR,
AND WE HAVE A
On hand. If we've erred In Judgment as to quan
tity or styles, NOW IS THE TIME TO
AT COST. AT COST.
ArBAVINa JUST TAXEN
t FIND t HAVE ENTIRELY
TOO rvlTETCEI STOCjE
ON HAND, AND IN ORDER TO REDUCE IT I WILL OFFER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
ALL GOODS UNRESERVEDLY AT COST.
WANDO ACID PHOSPHATE
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE FIRST COMPANY THAT MADE FERTILIZERS FROM THE
Wonderful Phosphate Beds of South Carolina.
3Sd:i3TES BEE'S PEBBf
J ASHLEY RIVER.
OFFICE:- 7 Exchange Street, Charleston, S. C.
PEAIT0IS B. HACKEE, President. J0SIAH S. BEOWU, Treasurer.
0HAELES T. EI0HAEDS0N, Traveling Olerk.
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AND THE CONTENTS THEREIN.
PEI0E MAZES DIPFEEEN0ES.
The Lower the Price the Quicker the Sale.
Lais are Gordia
Narrow Escape from Financial Ruin.
Hon. Burwell Johnson, ex-alderman,
&c, who is now the head of a swell
hotel in this city for colored people.
Thuaday nie;ht struck an incoming train
on which were a number of colored peo
nlfl nassiner throuzh to a point south
'OPERA HOUSE, to work on ft telegraph line, and realiz.
The Rent Destroyer.
To tho Editor ol The Observer:
Tn "Friday momins's issue you make
inquiry about the necessity of the noise
in the engine yard. It seems from the
hnr nn niirnf VOUr artlCie UiaL VUU tuiua.
the noise results frem the road engines,
since you use the words "coal-burning
engines. ir so, you are iuiawacu,
TO THEE I GIVE HEALTH.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Tuesday Evening, February 7th.
inethe immensity of the situation, he & . T 8afelviay that no road en-
at. nniA sat himself to work to induce ;a ia in t.hft least anv source of an-
Viia hntfti assm rincr nnvnnM to a sincle citizen. But that
LllW uak lt w ti" i ""j . v . . . .
them that the lay out would surpass
anything they could possibly find in the
city : that in excellence and variety his
tables laid those of the Central com
pletely in the shade. He finally secured
seven of the number, who proceeded to
"Excellent Tonic, Alterative and Diuretic."
Medical Association, Lyncnburg. Va.
"Used with great benefit in Malaria and Diph
theria." 8. F. Dupon, M. D., Ga.
"Successfully used in dyspepsia, chronic diar
rhoea and scrofula." Prof. S. Jackson, M. D.,
"Invaluable as a nervous tonic." Hon. L C.
"Recommended as a prophylactlo in malarial
dlftrKsU,'" D. B, Falrex, M. D., N. O.
"Restores debilitated systems to health." T. C.
Mercer, M. D., Ind.
. '. . t.ju uQ Knon moont-. "Adapted in enrorue aiarrncea, scroruia, anu
shifting engine which has been recent- afBpepfiB:"Geo. t. Harrison, m. d., n. y.
lv transformed iuwj a wwuuiuw, "auccessrui in uiyuwena ana neuralgia. u.r.
the sole source 01 uouipiaiu u u - "?-";'f0Y -Vtata diseases neeuliar to wo
terwith a limited number of adjec- tlTiiSS)
tives can describe the extreme annoy- prompt in relieving headache, sick and ner-
anre and sometimes pain mat one nc- vous." Rev. k. . jjoqsou.
tie engine (imp) gives pne unionunaw wttfi'SJX; '
residents of the yard locamy. jnoi . "Suited to bronchitis and diseases or digestiv
For three years our policy has been to close each
season's purchase the season bought, enabling
ns to open FRESH NEW 8TOCKS. Our
Customers expect It; the reputation
of our House demands 1C If you
have not bsught It will be
worth your while to look,
for the pilces WILL
OTJR 827. S28. 880 and 832 8ILK SLEEVE
LINED OVERCOATS will be sold without
reserve at 820. OUB $22. $24 and
$25 OVERCOATS at $17.50.
OUR 818 and 820 OVERCOATS at $15. This
last Includes all of our FINE REVERSIBLE
ULSTERS and ULSTEBETTES.
We have some 25 REVERSIBLE OVERCOATS
In handsome patterns, marked $14, $16
and $17.50, which will be sold at $10.
OUR $10 and $1 2 OVERCOATS will be sold uni
formly at $7.50.
A lot of some 200 OVERCOATS, embracing the
remnants of all lots ranging In
Fine Pickles all Ciinds.
EDAM, PINE-APPLE, YOUNG AMERICA,
PLUM PUDDING IN 1L6. 1 2LB. CANS.
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his hashery and called for 15 cents meals oply is th? demon-like machine in f ull 0- 80, M. d Ala.
THIRD "SEAR of Babtlet Campbell's Famous
New York Company In his great play,
THE GALLEY SLAVE !
OVER 200 TIMES
lu Ntw York City, and now playing In Australia,
England and Germany.
The Great Ntw York Company !
MISS 6U3SIE DeFOBBEST,
JUNIU3 BBUTU3 BOOTH.
THOS. H. BUBN3,
HAS. C. MAUBUBY,
MtS3 EDA CLAYTON.
,MU8 ELSIE MOORE,
t MiSS EMMA8KEBBITT,
MISS MAKY MILLS,
which the proprietor furnished, out
when the board was spread the guests
bv their remarkable capacity for get
ting outside of victuals, caused Bur
well to stand aghast at the prospects.
To meet the damage he suffered from
the crowd he decided to settle on a 25
cents basis, and when he called for the
cash his guests refused to pay but 1
cents, anfl Burwell, tQ save ma estae-
liohmnnr. frnm bankruptcy, rusueu
blast most of the day, but in the short
hours of early morning, say from 2 to
4 o'clock, or somewhere between those
vrnnm a time wnen me uusiue uiau
eniovs most bis rest, then comes this
macaine 01 me luquisiuuu
aroans, noWLS, quamny u
ing, tO SPOU &U DOluiumui ma wuvu.
This same engine, when, first put in
condition; ' made some persons sick
with headaches and Uke inconvenien
ces resulting from such agencies. To
the sick it is an incessant annoyance.
Wflr it necessary ior iqb roau eu-
forth seoured a policeman and had gine8 to so interrupt then this shifter
ionn, .. t ld excusable to some extent. I
them arrested. A party in the cuy weuu wiuu instance I
vv t'- - fl - -
for the necroes. who went on
their wav. and yesterday morning xur
wpII irot iudzment against the bonds-
.r, fn-r in cents, which will enable
LLAC4AA AV. v '
him to continue in the business
must subscribe myself one of the many
Most valuable remedy known for female dis
eases. "Jno. P. Metteaur, M. D., L. L. C
"Of great curative virtue." Thps. F. Rumfold,
M. D., Mo.
"Beneficial In uterme Vetangement and mala
rious conditions." a. M. Van, ML D., Ohio.
"Oharmlng on the complexion, making It
smooth, clear, soft and rosy." Miss M., of 8. C
The mince of mineral tonics." Francis Gil
liam, M. D.. N. C.
"Inestimable as a tonle and alterative." mi
ter Metaulre, M. D., Va.
"Fine appeuzer ana uiooa punner." xx. xvmvi,
M. D., Ga
"Very beneficial In Improving a reduced sys
tem." Bishop Beckwltn, of Go.
"Invalids here find welcome and health." Rev.
John Hannon, late of La., now of Richmond, Va,
"Has real menu souumm meu. jounuu.
Pamphlets free, upon application.
Water. $4 case. Mass and Pills. 25, 80, 75
cents. Sent post-paid anywhere.
Summer season of Springs, begins 1st June. $35
m month. Address
A. M. DA VIES, Prest of the Co..
78 Main StTLrnbarg-P. O. Box 174.
WILL BE SACRIFICED AT THE
The eenvMtont price for all
only $5. This lot is an
Pierce's and Snow Flake Cream Crackers.
French Goods of Numerous Kinds.
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Philosophers say ma nuauo -vw.-irr
conducted with a view to the greatest good of the
t number. Dr. Bull's cough syrup has
ttnWed&tobelhe greatest good to the
J. H. McADEN, and
L. R. WRISTON it CO.,
THE NEW DRUG STORE,
Charlotte, N. C.
The urcti superiority of Dr. BuU's cough syrup greatest number of sufferers.
nlrtfMi remedies U attested by the lm. tmt .
mense popmar aemauu "i '
remedy. Jf rice zoo a ypy&r
nosiiivftlv be Droduoed With
tbe original Scenery, cities of Venice, Borne, Mar-
VS- The Play will
selllts and Patla,
Beserved sea(s $1; on sale at the usraj
WTTRRV TT ORIGINATED.
Rnrincfleld. Tenn.. April 12, 1881.
n n, . a. n . ci A rilatTfeHlnZ COUgh,
on? liver, wasdbyyour
Bkdfokd alum Am Iboh Sraisea Watbb ahd
Priees reduced on half,
TREES 1 DELIVERY.
MT Trees are now ready for delivery, opposite
Mr Allen Crouse's residence, on Tryon street
between 5th and 6th. A fine lot of Trees, Plants,
Flowers and Flower 8eed on hand for sale. Any
Sungjn my Une torhedra short ottce.
- we shall make la this sale the LOWEST
prices we have EVER offered, and when we assert
this we MEAN the LOWEST prices EVER made
EV Orders front a distance are soucuea, ana
the same advantages In LOW prices will be given
as If purchasing In person. The opportunity is a
mm one. V D. LATTA & BRO.
Cemer ef College and Trade streets,
(Wilson 4 Black's eld stand.)
IS NOW OPEN.
Parties desiring Fresh and Sellable Drags
will do well to give ns a calL
Jan4 tf CDCN SHITE, HAND A CO
Having removed tn the PTSet0T?'
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