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DAILY CHARLOTTE OBSfcHVEH: tT H tT it S i AY, M AY 18, 1882.
2H) 2Tt)arlotte bsanoer.
Index to New Adrertisemeuts.
Wrttkowuky Barucb. Combine picture with
1 Vlexandei Harris -20th May display. t
Murdering feveral birds wlih one a oae-see ad,
Harrison Phoebus -Old Point Com . rt
Paul B Barringor Professional Card.
HEB HEALTH AND . IFK
Pepend more on the regularity of h. r menstrual
1 unctions than on any or all cause' combined. An
actual or a living death" Is the Inimitable result
of derangement of a function wblcb ui.ikes woman
what she Is In every reaped, and esp, claliy in her
mental and bodily constitution Heuce. Imme
diate relief from such derangements 1 the only
safeguard against wreck and ruin. In all cases of
stoppage, delay, or other Irregularly of the
courses," Dr. J. Braddeld's Female iuliitor Is
the only sure remedy. It acts by glvh g tone to
the nervous centivs. Improving the bltxJ, and de
termining directly to the oigans of menstruation.
It Is a scientific prescription, and the mt Intelli
gent physicians use It. Prepared by J. Bradfleld,
Atlanta. Oa. Price: Trial size, 75c; la ge size,
SI 50. Vor sale by all druggists.
A a war 'I bin. 1
Can you Ond a case of Brlght's Disease of the
Kidneys. Diabetes, Urinary or Liver Complaints
tnat is curable, that Hop Bitters has not or cannot
sure? Ask your neighbors If they can.
This powder never varies. Amaivel of purity
strength and whole&omeness More economica
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, a urn or phosphate powders. Sold only in
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
ov23 New York.
Sole Aarent, Charlotte, N. C.
On consignment a large lot of barrel
And for sale aIarge and selected stock of
Both tor the Wholesale and Retail Trade
WOULD DO WELL
-TO TRY OUB-
-TO TRY OUR
DRY HOP YEAST
IF THEY WANT GOOD BREAD. CALL and GET
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. tSFAnd this is the first day.
tSClear Creek Township suffered
from a severe hailstorm last Monday.
After the storm one could go into the
road and scoop up the hail stones by
EST A pretty sight on Independence
square last night was the riding of the
bicyclists. The red, blue and white
lights carried in the wheel makes the
bicycle a beautiful tbing at night.
EThe appearance of the Second
Presbyterian church is greatly changed
for the better by the stuccoing, which is
now about completed. It is now one
of the prettiest public buildings in the
KThe Lutheran church in this city
now presents a greatly improved ap
pearance, having undergone some ex
tensive repairs, in preparation for the
coming session of the General Synod of
the Lutheran church.
EA11 who wish to join the conti
nentals, are requested to meet this
morning at 10 o'clock, at the office of
W. H. Bailey, Esq. Uniforms will be
provided free to all who want to ride in
EWe regret to learn of the bereave
ment of Prof. J. F. and Mrs. Sue M.
Lattimer, of Davidson College, in the
death of their son, James F. Lattimer,
which occurred last-Tuesday morning
at 3 o'clock, of meningitis.
EThe only houses now having pipes
ruaning through them from the water
works are Alexander & Harris, and
Burgess Nichols. Yesterday evening
they were washing off their store fronts
with a pavement hose, and it was nice.
The ladies of Calvary M. E. church
are preparing to give a lunch in the
basement of the Metropolitan hotel
during the celebration days. We trust
they will make a handsome thing out
of it. For particulars see advertise
ment. IThe streets resounded with the
tramp of feet, last night, as the Hor
net's Nest Riflemen were being drilled
by the captain, E. F. Young. And ever
and anon as they would halt and fire a
volley the people would jump from
their seats and clap their hands to their
EMayor DeWolfe yesterday eve
ning received a telegram from the quarter-master's
stating that.in accordance with the joint
resolution passed by Congress, one hun
dred United States flags were yesterday
shipped from that place to Charlotte by
tA note from a subscriber at Da
vidson College complains that The
Observer of the 12th instant has never
yet reached that office. We do not know
what could have become of the bundle,
but we know that it left this office all
right, and we will endeavor to find out
where the fault lies.
$W Yesterday evening oldBaldy was
driving the Central bus' four-in-hand,
with his usual serenity, when the boys
who were holding the hose through
which a stream was being thrown from
a hydrant, suddenly turned and unwit
tingly sent the spray in the faces of the
horses. They attempted to run, but
Baldy waked up, and taking a firmer
grip on the lines, averted what might
have been a bad runaway.
A Correction in the Programme.
The programme which was arranged
for the Observer yesterday morning
was a very long one, and in writing it
up one or two omissions were made.
In the list of the military, the follow
ing companies were overlooked : South
ern Stars, of Lincolnton; Salisbury
Rifles; Iredell Blues, of Statesville, and
the Polk Rifles, of Pineville. These
companies are all to be here and the
absence of their names in the pro
gramme yesterday was only an acci
The Juvenile Firemen.
One feature in the procession on the
20th will no doubt attract the admira
tion of all. It will be the Juvenile Pio
neers, a company composed of little
boys, dressed in full firemen's uniform,
and pulling a miniature engine. Af
ter the procession is disbanded, they
will fire up their engine and throw a
stream. W. B. Kidd is captain of the
company and isot exactly a boy, but
all the rest are. The juvenile officers
C. Blackwelder, engineer; C. Hurst,
assistant engineer; Ed.Freeland and
L. Perdue, nozzlemen ; J. Zimmerman,
plugman and J. Chick, drummer.
A January Sleet.
There were several citizens of Sharon
to unship in the city yesterday and they
were talking about an extraordinary
occurrence in their township of the day
before. It was noticed in this city on
last Tuesday how wintry the clouds
looked, but no one thought they meant
winter, sure enough. ' However, in
Sharon township a regular January
sleet set in and lasted some time. The
farmers who spoke of it were certain
that it was not hail, but a genuine sleet,
with all of its disagreeable accompani
ments, including cold weather. They
think the cotton is hurt by it.
The Water Works O. K.
The city water works were opened
yesterday, and with a section of hose
tests were made of the throwing capa
city of the various hydrants. At the
one on the corner of Trade and College
streets a large crowd witnessed the test.
There was-a water pressure of seventy
ponnds, which is equal to a steam pres
sure of forty-five pounds, and a stream
was thrown fifty feet high. With an
increased pressure, a stream can be
thrown one hundred and fifty feet. This
beats a fire engine all to pieces.
One of the mains on College'streetin
front of Mr. John Wadsworth's resi
dence, burst during the test, and
threw up the dirt and water in a lively
manner. The bursting of "mains when
water is first run through them is very
frequent, and an accident of this kind
yesterday was looked for. That there
was only one section of defective main
in all the lines along the streets was an
agreeable surprise. The stand-pipe not
yet being finished, no water was pump
ed into it, but the water is sent direct
through the mains from the reservoir.
The test yesterday was regarded as quite
satisfactory, but no. importance was
attached to it whether or not, as tha
official test before accepting the works
ito be made by the" city authorities at
some future time, . . ' V :
S MAT HUSBAND 09 MlSiy
la three times the man he was before he began
ntlng Wells' Health Renewer." fl. DrogHsts
Dapot J. H. McAden, Charlotte, N. 0.
A GAY CITY.
CHARLOTTE DRESSED , IN
Opening Day of the Celebration
Bayard and His Party to Arrive To
morrow at 1:30 P. M.
Yesterday was a busy day in the city.
The spirit of '75 seemed to have had a
spontaneous outbreak and every house
along the businesss streets, from the
smallest peanut stand to the largest
mercantile establishment, began to dec
orate and put on colors. A stranger in
the city, who had not been informed of
the coming event, would have imagined
that, like the good Christian in Bun
yan's Progress, he . had encountered a
veritable Vanity Fair. Across the
streets and from every house the bunt
ing was unfurled to the breeze and the
people were busy all day long adding
more wherever room could be found.
Looking in any direction from the
public square a perfect sea of floating
flags would meet the view. From house
tops, from windows, from awnings and
from every place where a flag could be
placed, they were floating.
Perhaps the most elaborate decora
tion is that of the McSmith music
house. The Stars and Stripes cover the
face of the building, while two lines of
streamers are stretched from the house
top to the pavement. The Central hotel
Is literally wrapped in flags, which float
from the balconies and windows, and
to-day six of the large United States
flags will float from the masts on top of
the building. Inside, the Central's hol
iday dress is still more brilliant. The
large dining hall is a mass of bunting,
the Stars and Stripes being grouped
tastefully around each chandelier, from
which festoons depend in graceful folds.
The veranda of the Charlotte hotel is
almost hidden among the flags and col
ored lanterns, and the Metropolitan also
floats the bunting in great profusion.
Perry, the cigar man and confection
dealer, comes in as having the next best
decorated house in the city. A hundred
flags fan your cheeks as you pass under
his awning, and inside you are under a
At Butler's jewelry store it is the
same way, and at Mendel's and at Rig
ler's too. Munroe's tonsorial palace is
just too immense for an attempt at a
description. Every store is decorated
more or less, and if we had about ten
columns of The Observer to spare we
would give each one a touch up, but our
space only permits a mention of a few
of the most prominent. Charlotte has
never been decorated more handsome
ly, the bunting has never been dis
played in such profusion, and a more
festive looking city has never been seen
in the South.
This morning inaugurates the cele
bration of the 107th anniversary of the
Mecklenburg Declaration of Independ
ence and at no previous celebration has
the city been more thoroughly prepared
for.a great celebration. This being the
opening day, the exercises will not be of
a very elaborate character, the target
shooting being the chief feature of the
day. The shooting will take place at
11 o'clock this morning at the old fair
grounds. Two prizes are to be award
ed, one a handsome silver prize by the
Hornets' Nest Riflemen to the team
making the best score, and an elegant
silver medal by Mr. John T. Butler to
the one who makes the best shot.
The committee who are to receive
Bayard and his escort leave here this
evening for Greensboro, at which point
they will wait until the special train
bearing the delegation comes in. At
Danville a coach containing Hose Com
pany, No. 2, of that place, will be at
tached to Senator Bayard's special train
and at Greensboro the special car of
Col. A. B. Andrews, superintendent of
the North Carolina Division of the R.
& D. railroad, with his delegation, will
be added to the train. Dr. Benbow, of
the Benbow House, in Greensboro, has
invited the Charlotte committee of re
ception to stop at his house during their
few hours stay in Greensboro.
A special telegram from Washington
City, received last night, states that
Senator Bayard and party will leave
that place at 11:40 this p. m., and will
arrive in Charlotte about 1 :30 p. m., to
morrow. Opera House.
To-night and to-morrow night the
Morgan Brothers will give the fun-loving
populace something to entertain
them at the opera house. Theirs is the
only original comic four negro min
strels, and they offer the unusual at
traction of six end men, supported by a
company of twenty-five comedians.
From all that we can learn, it is a first
class company, and those who love this
line of fun may depend on getting their
In the City.
Mrs. Keitt, widow of Col. Keitt,
who was a very prominent citizen of
South Carolina in ante-bellum days, is
in the city and stopping at the Central.
Mrs. Keitt is accompanied by her two
daughters. ; .
The Rev. E. A. Osborne, who is
now in charge of the Episcopal church
at Shufordsville, Henderson county, is
making a visit to this place, where he
has scores of friends and many rela
tives. In war times he was known as
a colonel and was as brave and as gal
lant as any. He is very popular here,
where he once lived and is well-known.
Col. Frank Coxe, of Philadelphia,
has arrived to take part in the celebra
tion. mmm t mwmm
Tennor Says it will be all Right.
The frowning clouds and the chilly
atmosphere of the past few days have
inspired very many- of our citizens with
the fear that we are to have bad weath
er for the 20th, and to re-assure them
and allay their fears, wewill quote
Vennor to them: For the 15tb, 16th
and 17th, he predicted bleak, fall-like
weather, and wet in nearly all sections
of the country up to the 18th. On the
18th, 19th and 20tb, our celebration
days, he predicts that the weather will
be more settled and warmer, with de
cidedly hot weather in . many portions
of the United States. Vennor has been
bitting the weather right along ( in all
of his predictions lately and this in
spires us to take cduxage and have faith
in his ""prognostications, just for this
once- anyway. Bet a quarter the
weather will be just as he ordered it on
toesetbreedays. ; .Y
Health, hope and happiness an restored by the
use of Ljdla X Plnkbam's Vegetable Compound.
It U a poftare cure f or all those disease from
which women suffer so much. 8end to lira. Lydla
X. Plnkham. 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Uasa
for pamphlets. , .
A Public Meeting
In the interest of the new Liberal-Anti-Democratic-Republican
held at Matthews station last Saturday
to elect delegates to a county conven
tion, but we have been uable to get any
particulars other than the fact that L.
C. Morton, late Republican candidate
for the Legislature, was the principal
speaker straws show.
A Terrible Bite.
Yesterday evening a young man
strolled into Tom Black's saloon and
observing the monkey, whose exploits
of a night or two since were mentioned
in yesterday's Observer, tried to make
friends with him by patting ana rub
bing his head. The monkey was in no
friendly mood, however, and pretty
soon showed it by seizing the young
man's hand in his mouth and lacera
ting it frightfully. Dr. O'Donoghue
was sent for and on examining the
wounded hand found it to be laid open
to the bone, as by a knife, around the
thumb and into the palm of the hand.
The artery which supplies the thumb
was severed and the blood flowed
freely. Dr. O'Donoghue soon stopped
the flow of blood, and dressed the hand
People who go in to see Jumbo had
better not be too familiar with him, for
a monkey can bite, as well as laugh.
New Invention in a Passenger Car.
There is a new trick just introduced
to the traveling public, and which made
its first appearance on the Atlanta
bound train last Tuesday night It is a
small velvet cushion, made to fit the
back of a man's head, and fastened on
a wire frame, which is secured to the
top of the car seats. With his head on
this rest, a man can sleep as comforta
bly as if stretched at full length on a
downy couch. The man who was
snoozing away with his head on this
thing last Tuesday night did not wake
up when the train stopped here, and the
conductor held his lantern up to the
sleeper's head and examined the con
trivance in the presence of a number of
curious train hands. "Bulldozing the
sleeping cars," was the general verdict,
and the conductor added : "I'll tell you
what; if those tricks are to come into
general use, we might just as well dis
continue the sleepers."
Yesterday morning, at the fair
grounds, a number of the Hornets' Nest
Riflemen were out for target practice.
They were popping away at the target,
which was placed at a distance from
them of two hundred yards, when they
saw a negro woman coming at a run
towards them, and waving her hands
in a manner which indicated that some
thing had gone wrong. The boys ceased
firng when they saw her.and allowed the
woman to come along and explain. She
had been plowing in the field about one
hundred yards behind the target, and
when the shooting began, something
went "zip agin my mule's head, and
while I was tryin' to make him quit
dancin' around, another one come along
and split open my plow handle," she
went on to say. Upon her gentle inti
mation that she and her mule did not
propose to stand for targets, the boys
moved the line of their fire in another
direction, and she went back to exam
ine into Baalam's injuries, but could
find no mark on his head.
The shot that entered the plow han
dle was sent by Mr. W. U. Mullen, and
he not only made this score, but in the
practice of the evening made the best
shots and got the most bull's-eyes.
Homes of Ministers and Delegates to
the Southern Lutheran Synod.
The following are the homes as signed
the ministers and delegates in attend
ance upon the meeting of the North
Carolina Synod, which will meet in
Charlotte May 25, 1882, in St. Mark's
Evangelical Lutheran church, at 10
o'clock a. m. :
Dr S A Repass, Southwest Virginia ;
Mr H G Boner, Philadelphia," Col J L
Rev J G Butler, Washington, D C,
Gen R Barringer.
Rev A Phillippi, Southwest Virginia
Rev J S Moses, Virginia, William
McOauley, Southwest Virginia, J W
Rev A J Fox, Capt J A Fisher, North
Carolina, Capt J F Johnston.
Capt H.H Folk, South Carolina, Cen
Dr L A Bickle, North Carolina; H B
Groseclose, Southwest Virginia, Mrs
Rev V R Stickly and.lady, North Car
olina, Metropolitan Hotel.
Rev E T Home, South Carolina ; Prof
E j Wolf, D D, Gettysburg, Pa; ST
Hallman, D R Hoover, North Carolina,
John C Utr, Virginia, John Vogel.
Capt J D Groover, Georgia ; Dr J L
Shuler, South Carolina, Mr Roark.
J L Groseclose, Southwest Virginia ;
Rev J A Snyder, Virginia, Mrs Mary
. Rev J L Buck, North Carolina, T T
Rev WfA Lutz, North Carolina, Mrs
Rev Samuel Rothrock, North Caro
lina, R H Brown5
Rev J F Campbell, W E Craige, Vir
ginia, J C Burroughs.
Dr T W Dosh, Vioginia; Rev W A
Tigner, Georgia, D W Oates.
Rev G W Greiner, Rev J C Repass,
Southwest Virginia, J E Oates.
Rev J Hawkins, Rev J A Sligb, South
Carolina, A B Springs.
Rev W C Schaeffer, Virginia; Robert
G Chisholm, South Carolina, Captain
Col P N Heilig,Rev W J Smith, North
Carolina, S E Linton.
H S Baker, Virginia; W S Bowman,
D D, Georgia, Col Wm Johnston.
Hon G M Beltzhoover, Virginia, Cen
Rev J P Smellzer, D D, South Caro
lina, Hon. Harvey Wilson.
Col J Shimpock, North Carolina, W
Rev F W E Peschau, North Carolina,
Rev T H Strohecker.
Hon G Leaphart, South Carolina, Rev
D M Gilbert, D D; Virginia, Dr. J H
Rev J Austin, Geo N Nichols, Geor
gia, C Hilker. ,;
On arrival jfiat our depot, we expect
the members pf the Synod to proceed at
once to the homes assigned them, as in
structed in eards sent them. Delegates
will be expected to arrive on day trains
from North and South; :
: W. A. Baeieb,
r - . ' Secretary of Council. :
T. Hi Stboheckeb, '
Pastor foci. -
Yesterday's Work of the Inferior Court.
The Inferior court bad a busy day
yesterday and did not adjourn until
abaut sundown. A number of cases
were disposed of during the day and
several new boarders were labeled to
the penitentiary and the county jail.
Henry Ingram, the thief who stole a
mule from J. McDonald, sometime
since, was tried, found guilty and sen
tenced to ten years in the State peni
tentiary. Two young colored boys, Abe John
ston and Mose Boyd, by name, were
tried on the charge of stealing lead
from the water works and found guilty.
Each one was sentenced, to 12 months
imprisonment in the county jail.
State vs. Randolph Hart, larceny.
Guilty. Judgment not yet rendered.
State vs. Jim Johnston, larceny.
Guilty. Judgment not yet rendered.
State vs. Geo. Walker, larceny. Sub
mitted. Judgment suspended.
State vs. Lambert Hunter, larceny?
State vs. Dave Freeman. Submitted
and judgment suspended.
State vs. Henry Ingram, larceny;
two cases. Submitted and judgment
State vs. Henry Phifer and Alice
Lucky, f. and a. Guilty. Alice took
the insolvent debtor's oath and was
discharged. Henry gave security for
the costs. Judgment suspended.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken of your
rest by a sick child suffertnit and crying with the
excruciating pain of cutting teeth ? If so. go at
once and get a bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S
SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the poor little
sufferer Immediately depend upon It : there is no
mistake about It There Is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you at once
that It will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the
mother, and relief and health to the child, operat
ing like magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all
cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre
scription of one of the oldest and best physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere.
25 cents a bottle.
A Rig Swindle.
The public are constantly being inveigled into
taklDg a substitute or being deceived into buying
a fraud, for the reason that dealers can buy the
counterfeits at $5 per dozen, or 42 cents per bot
tle, and sell It to the consumers at SI making an
enormous profit, which is the only object in trying
to sell a preparation in imitation of, or substitute
for blmmons Liver Regulator. Nothing Is known
about the imitations they are made by adventur
ers, knowing nothing of medicines or drugs. Buy
only the genuine, It being recommended by the
greatest and most reliable people. Take only that
which is known t be good, made by J. H. Zellln
DON'T DIE IN THE HOUSE.
"Rough on Rats." Clears out rats, mice, roach
es, bed-bugs, flies, ants, moles, cLlpmuuks,
1st-Getting a good square Meal at the Eitreme
Low Pi Ice of 40 cents.
2nd. Helping the Ladles of Calvary Church, who
have united to furnish refreshments for the
Public for the 17th, 18th, I9tn and 20th of
Hoping to realize something to help the church
that has labored so long in that missionary work
of Reformation and Evangelization.
Doors open from 6 o'clock a. m. to 11 o'clock p.
m. each day, In the spacious and convenient room
under the Commercial Bank, next door to Metro
politan Hotel, on Trydn street.
In addition to a meal, sandwitches, Ice cream,
cold lemonade, coffee, &c.&c , will be furnished
to those who may not wish a full meal at reasona
Attentive ladles and gentlemen will be present
to attend to all the wants of the public.
Any friendly to Calvary church will be gratefully
remembered if they will send In provisions to
furnish table during the time. So far the people
have been liberal, but more help Is needed.
may 18 3t
OLD POINT COMFORT,
H Y G E N I A HOTEL
situated 100 yards from Fort Monroe. Open all
the year. Bqual to any hotel In the U. 8. Sur
roundings unsurpassed; appointments table and
service unexcelled. Bathlug, boating, fishing and
driving specially attractive. Pre-emiuentiy a re
sort for Southern people. Terms less for equal
accommodations than any resort In the country.
Climate free from Malaria; and tor Insomnia truly
wonderful In Its soporific effect Send for circular
describing hygienic advantages, etc.
mayl8 3m HARRISON PHOEBUS, Prop'r.
Paul B. BarriDger, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
.Office over R. H. Jordan & Co's Drug 8tore.
Office hours from 9 to 12 a. m. and from 2 to 5 p. m
mayl8 d3t wit
JAMAICA Ginger, Brocendla. Iodia and War
ner's Safe Liver and Kidney Cure, just receiv
ed, by B. H. JORDAN Co..
may 13 DruggisU
OOLONG, Ra Jah, Young Hyson, Imperil and
He No Teas, for sale by
R. H. JORDAN & CO ,
may 13 Tryon s.reet.
AND Hair Brushes, Dr. Scott's Electric Flesh
and Hair Brushes, lust received,
R H. JORDAN & CO.
STOCK of Colgates, Lubln's and Plesse and
Lubin's Handkerchief Extracts.
a H. JORDAN & CO.
5,000 BEST 5 CENT
CIGARS for the Retail Trade. Just received
R. H. JORDAN 4 CO.
WE HAVE IN STOCK
THE Purest Brandies and Wines for medicinal
use. R. H. JORDAN & CO.,
may 18 Druggl ts.
POWDERS and Flavoring Extracts a fresh sup
ply. R. H. JOHDAti & CO.,
may 13 Tryon street
THE Ladles Monumental Association will serve
Refreshments In the basement of the First
National Bank building, on Tryon street, dudng
the three days of the coming celebration, com
mencing on the 18th Inst
The receipts from the entertainment are to be
added to a fund now being raised to assist In
building a monument over the graves of the Con
federate dead, buried In Elmwood Cemetery, and
the Ladles make an especial appeal to everybody
for contributions to an end so praiseworthy.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I AH prepared to PRO YE that I have discovered
the vegetable antidote tor SCROFULA-that
my remedy will ixfkl the disease from the sys
tem, thus rendering it the best blood purifier
known. Core certain, speedy and permanent At
a Tonic and Alterative it is highly recommended.
Bend for circular containing testimonials of mirac
ulous ernes. Mr testimonials eome, not front the
Territories of the far West, not from well known
citizens of North Carolina. Indorsed by toe drug
gists of the State. For sale by druggists generally.
Over 8,000 bottles sold, all reports favorabla
References for personal reliability, Rt. Bar.
Thos. Atkinson. IX D., of N. C.:Rer. C. J.Gibson,
D. IX, Petewbarg, Ya. : Geo. A. Foote, M. D, War
ren county ; HonTJ. J. Darl aad Hon. & M. Cooke;
Franklin eounly.N.C. ,. -
Fox further Information and -orders for .my
Bemedy, address Mas. JOX PERSON. ,
apr25 tf Franklin, H. C.
"3th Slay Celebration."
For this occasion we have largely increased oar stock, and it contains everything desirable a lady can
demand to complete her toilet.
Wittkowsky & Baruch's
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM
WILL BE ONX OF THS
tinreat Attractions of the QDay.
A VISIT TO IT WILL BS OF
TO YOU AS WELL AS TO OURSELVES.
WE INVITE EVE RYE O D Y.
WITTKOWSKY Sk BASTJCH
Combine "Pleasure with Profit."
Whilst In the city for Pleasure we propose that you should Profit by a Visit to our
ALLfWOOL SUITS, complete, $ 7.50, wolU $12.00
ALL WOOL SUITS, " 8.50, " 15.00
ALL WOOL SUITS, " 10.00, " 16.50
ALL WOOL SUITS, u 12.50, " 18.00
ALL WOOL SUITS, " 15.00, 44 20.00
THE FINEST SUITS, FOR 18.00, 44 25.00
lie M M ft $11
That has ever been your fortune to secure. Extraordinary Inducements in our complete line of
GENTb' FURNISHING GOODS, comprising everything a man wears.
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A REGULAR HARVEST FOR MOTHERS.
WANT ROOM FOR THE 201
Those in long Pants, ages nine to fourteen years,
Banging from 89 to $12.50 will be sold at S7. A fter Wednesday they
will be taken off sale until after the celebration, for our department
then will be replete with the choicest productions of the season.
For the next three days we will offer an assortment of MEN'S ALL
WOOL SUITS at figures that will convince buyers that WE are at
all times the
The Leaders of Low
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Monday, Way and Wednesday
We will offer all of oar last seasons
LITTLE BOYS' SUITS,
MARVELOUS LOW PRICE of
Every salt worth from $4S0 to 16.60.
all of last seasons
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