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DAILY C M K R t b T T E I)B S E R V R s T hp R 6 B A Y 4 M A V IS4 1 8 8.2 ,
Stye l)arlom )ti0m)ier.
jidexto New Advertisements.
5 M Howell-8wst Potaioes.
i r Burroughs -For Butt
Wlttkoffsky 4 Baruch-Headqu irters for
This Dowler never varies. a marvel of Difrity
strength and wholeM)inen8s More econo mka
than the orJlnnry I. tads, and .cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low test, nhort
weight, a um or ph sphate powders. Sold only In
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
u .t. New York.
will cure dyspepsia.heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.- .
enriches the blood and purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
i Mi .4 jfi. '
is the only Iron preparation that
dees not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations wUl. ,
Ladies and all sufferers from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an equal.
GIVE US A CALL !
Q Bunches Isplnwall Bananas,
2Q Boxes Imperial Oranges,
Boxes Fine Messina Lemons,
2Q V barrels Pickles,
20 Buckets3est Befined Lard. '
jpiNE lot Canf asaed Smoked Tongues'."
JVBW lot Canvassed Hams.
J7RE8H lot Breakfast Strips,
and many other fresh Goods.
call and ski us, we will do you good;
On consignment, to be sold lmmedlatt lj,
TB1DE AND COLXIQE
MIMMKKJ rKillV&U2i." nave never nearu a ouv. the
- wrk-r I - . a J! haaliner nrniw I
r rJT7t r.TThlf ! rerties being attributea xo us Y
. ji ; .:sxjih i Th All Healing (springs, a,i xwiuB .
JLlVllU.f 17 HI JLUUVU .
CST A Urge force jctjbands are at
work macadamising College street, be
tween Trade and 5tn. f
j$TOe rAmber4 !Gtbe yoman5s
MaWttt fttMesCeU meet? at
JudgeyhotriViiOti ihrs ftftemoon at
half-past five ocloek.
ESome of the houses are still
flanritrng their decoration colors, for
getting perhaps that there will not, be
another ceutnnial this week.
tAIr. -Jacob H. Wight, one of the
recently elected, directors of the Balti
more and' North Carolina copper and
gold m in in company, registered at tb
Central, in this city, yesterday.
tSThe improvements an the Second
Presbyterian church are now completed
and the change is wonderful. The
church now present 4 very handsome
and pleasing appearance.
JtSfThere wilt be a meeting of the
Pleasure club, at theii hall, this even
ing at 8 o'clock. They are up to some
thing that will interest all the members ;
Mid a large. meeting is looked for. ,
$r The weather began to warm up
a little yesterday, and the , dealers in
straw hats' and linen goods were wear-'
ing brighter faces than has been their
wont jor a couple of months back.
tSBTCdL Johnston has about sixty
brick-layers plying the trowel on tbe
walls of his large store house and on
the addition to the Metropolitan Hotel.
The walls of both buildings are rising
rapidly, those of the latter being almost
finished. , . .7
tggAll of the parties who have not
yet returned the United States flags
borrowed from the committee on the
20th, are requested to return then to
Tiddy'fc.book .storey this evening, as
they are to be shipped, back to-Phila-delphia
igfTHE Obsebveb wapyesteiay
eirenipg called down f rdrtf tt ofljce jbo
take a drive out to thai water works, in
ae of Chambers' fine turnouts, a bran
new carriage drawn by a pais of fipe
horses. The ride waaheartily enjoyed,
and wq dofitpur ht.:to(frjejnd Cham
Jtera. it was the first time The Oj
JiRtfciiever rode behrad Worses with
bronzed hoofs, and the sensation was
unfoue as well as peculiar, ft.
From the Top of the Stand Pipe.
Yesterday everiirig 1 admittance" wh v
given to the waterviforka stand pi
and qHite a party went up to the top
The view from this elevated place i.
just splendid. The whole city and all
of the surrounding country comes ut -der
the eye, and looking to the west six
mountains are in plain view. Tli
workmen are now putting on the angl
irons, and when they finish this, whieh
will be in a day or two, the great iron
affair will be ready for caulking aud
painting and then for the water.
A Tempting Offer.
Dr. McCool, of the Air-Lin, has -re
ceived several bids for his monkey, and
is standing undecided between two
propositions. A fellow in Danville of
fers him a talking erow, a mocking
bird and a mall monkey ftp his baboon,
wtnlehe'ia i considering the proposal of
a New York man, who is the happy
Owner of the only Albino monkey in the
world, to swap the Albino for Jim's
monkey, and ask only $1,000 to boot
The Albino monkey recently arrived n
New York from Japan and is the or
thing of the kind known to the wcrlu.
It is only 15 inches long. Jim is tryii
to get up a pool to take in the Ai biuo.
A Large Bear Killed.
Last Tuesday a large black bar was
killed near St. Paul's, in Robeson coun
ty, with a rifle, by Mr. D. A. McGreg.
The bear had entered Mr. McGreen-iV
yard and was trying to carry off a p't.
when that gentleman hearing the noi.-e
went out to look and saw what was the
matter. He got his rifle and put a ball
into hungry Bruin's body. Our inform
ant has one of the bear's feet in his po
session and says it measures nine inch
es. This bear has been disturbiDg the
people of Robeson for some time and
great relief wa manifested when Mr.
McGregan invited the neighbors to
come and look at his carcass.
.Yesterday's City Court.
This is not the tight seasorfof the
year for wearing overcoats. Neverthe
less it would seem, that nothing is too
bad to steal, in season or out of season.
Mr TTntfihison. who stays at Wads-
worth's stables, had an. overcoat stolen
a day or two ago, and yesteraay morn
ing a negro named Ilarry Caldwell was
broueht before the mayor cnargea wun
the theft The mayor put him under a
bond of 850 for his appearance at the
nextlnferior Court, and not bein? able
to give this, Caldwell was marched off
Ed Soarklin and Henry Robertson
were xxb for an affray. Sparkiin nnea
65; Robertson $2 50. Adjourned.
Maior Reuben E. Wilson-, of Augusta,
who met with an unfortunate fall down
the first flight of stairs in the Central
hotel last Saturday evening, has
rapidly improved, and is now almost
recovered. He had been out on the
hjVAnt witnessing the fireman s race
and was coming back througn tne nocei,
Not being able to see well be made a
mis-step on starting down stairs ana
fell to the first landing. He received
severe injuries on the arms and leg and
has been confined to bed ever since.
m,;np wilsrm is a member or tne oiu-
'Tuns No. 8. of Augusta, and is a cou3in
of Mrs. H. CEccles, of this city. The
Augusta boys have been daily commu
nicating with him ana senamgmm
tind and svmDathetic messages. They
will be glad to learn that he will soon
K in ft gondition to join them again
Mineral Spring foTponsnmptives.
THE Observer yesterday received a
oostal card from Mr. It. U. Carter, ox
tninpral sDrine in this connty which is
said to cure consumption, ana asKiug
reply in this paper. The only mineral
anrin about here is eimoni, ana wb
-Mountainris probablyahe oneihe in-
quifer bi 5WlL 41.:,:
tne' water oi tms spring w
airt f e.nr&a many
cases which the Hot "Springs, Arkansas,
i w 7
onwred bt the proprietor, wnose au
rlrfisa is King'E-Mountain, N.C. ' .'
. mm i iTi . i osiBgprCW Benson's BWnuire. uneawemy
y inenrlcher of the blood and P.'0it?e??: I'uoMotttieiilaof Bc&lpand renders .the cuticle
ti ernes lassitude and lack 6t energn such w f -,, An TeilentiollBt dressing.
. -.TUB- lutheHAnSL
Opening bftae tleneral Sonthefn Synod
This Morning Serrices During Syn
loVclock sum., to-day, the Gener
atSynodjSoutrr WiH open its sessions at
gfe Mark's Evangelical Lutheran church ;
in this city. Rev .T.H.tr6riebt er, postor.
Rev. J. Hawk'-ns, editor ff the Luth
eran Visitor, Prosperity, S. C, is the
Resident, and will opeit the aetV ices of
the Synod by a sermon and the liturgi
cal service prescribed in the Lutheran
liturgy. " 1 ,
Since early yesterday morning dele
gates baveteen arriving in, and all are
not yet liere. Almost a JiaXfmiUion 6f
Lutr6ia communicahta wfllbe" repre
sented by members of and ' Tisitors to
the General Synod. There are sotne35,
000 Lutherans in the go.Bthern Staty,
the niajor, part part of wliom belong o
the General Synod. JBef . xot . C E.
Woif, D. D., Of the Theblogicalj Semin
ary, of Gettysburg, Parepresenting the
General Synod North, to which the body
in session in our city belonged before
the war, represents about 125,000 com
nwmicaBts. ,Rev. Dr. Jas, A. eiss of
000, and Rev. G. H. Gerberding, a mem
bos of the Jointly nod, of Ohio, will be
present, arid that Synod reports9,66i in
its folds. This leaves more than nan
of the strength of the Lutheran ehureh
in the United States belonging to other
general bodies unrepresented.1 The
Lutheran church Is ndw thef third in
strength among the Protestantchurch
&Lftt&T$itf$$tl nunibrr joitJne
million of communicant mVmbers, or
if her baptized members and adherents
ate oflnted in, she- has a iLuthefan
population in the United States of t
least 3,000,000 souls, which humberns
being very rapidly increased by the im
mense Unmigratiftn, into this country,
Rev. J. Hawkins, editor of the Luth
eran Visitor,, will breach At 10 a. m. to
day. Rev. Prof. S. A. Repass, D. J., Presi
dent, the Th,ec4ogical Seminary, of
Salens, Va, will preach at 8 p. m, to-day.
On Sunday Rev. T7H.Strohecker will
Jbe installed M pastor of St Maris 3
church. Rev. P. W. E. Peschau, of Wil
mington, delivering tne charge to the
pastor-elect, and Rev. F. W, Conrad, D,
T) of Philadelohia. delivering the
charge to the people. The installation
will take place at o'clock in the even
ing. Other services will be announced
from day to day.
Rev. G. D. Bernheim. JX IX, was in
augurated President of vNotth Carolina
The honorary degree of D. D. was
conferred by N. C. College on Rev. J.
Hawkins, for a long time editor of the
Lutheran Visitor. Also on Rev. S. L,
Harkey, A. M., of Mt. Pleasant Penpa.,
author ;of a S. S. singing book and a
contributor to the Lutheran Quarterly
Review, frequent and able. Also to Rev
CF. Bausenier, pastor of the Lutheran
church, Jacksonville, Florida.
Rev. F. W. Conrad, D. D., of Philadel
phia- i and has been editor of the
Lutheran Observer, the oldest and lar
gest and strongest English Lutheran
church paper. He has preached in 18
States of the Union and has dedicated
Lutheran churches in 14 States.
; 4tev. J. G. Butler, D. of Washing
t-.n Citv. is pastor of the Memorial
Lutheran church and was for a num
h ir of vears chaDlain in the House of
' epresentatives, under different ad
Rev. E. T. Horn, A. M., of St. John's
Lutheran church, is the successor of
Rev. John Bachman, D. D., and is
author of an excellent book entitled
" The Church Year." He is also quite a
Rev. T. H. Strohecker, pastor of St.
Mark's Lutheran church, who has been
absent several days to attend. a meeting
of the board of trustees of North Caro
lina College, at Mt. Pleasant, rsturned
to the city yesterday.
Painful Accident to Dr. McCombs.
The many friends of Dr. J. Parks
McCombs will be sorry to learn of the
very painful accident with which he
met yesterday afternoon. About four
o'clock he was starting out of Wads-
worth's stables in a sulky, driving his
own norse, wmcn was a latuci moj
animal. The horse became frightened
at the rattling of the sulky and made a
dash out of the stable entrance, and
just as this was cleared the sulky was
overturned and Dr. McCombs was pre
cipitated violently to the ground, stri
king on his face. Had he struck upon
an upturned axe his face would hardly
have been more cut up. The skin was
cut loose from the forehead and hung
down over one eye, while a Dig gasn
was made above the other eye and grav
el were driven into his face in several
places He was carried to the residence
of Mrs. Springs opposite, where medi
cal assistance promptly reached him
anA hia wminrls -were sewed up and
Ci-1A Uk ' -
dressed. His injuries are pamiui, duc
not serious. Late yesterday evening
he was resting quite well, and with
the good care which he is sure to re-
ceive, he wui soon ue up uu ouuuu.
A nhnrn Peddler's Doing.
Tuesday evening a seedy looking fel
low rode into Wadsworth's stables on a
spanking gray horse and after having
it fed, he opened on Mr. VV aasworin ior
a sain, representing tbat he had been
selling patent churns, but desired to re
tire from the business and return to
his home in Gainesville, Ga. He offered
the horse at a low price, but Mr. Wads-
worth being in no hurry to buy, pro
nnooH fn tropin the horse until in the
- - . j i rrl
when he mienc traae. xne
cnurn peddler agreed to this and prom-
ised to come back, butinstead he sloped
out of the city after it became dark, as
nraa anhaArtBAntl Jearned. -Mr. Wads-
T Wi'lUlwv-M m
worth was, expecting to hear of, some
body htinting rorsi -
not surmised wbensyesterday morning,
tip Wash Morrison, who lives aDoui
tonmiiM frnmihe cut. came in ana
laid claim, toheliprse The fellow had
borrowed the borse from pr. Morrison,
day before to ride a sno cusiance.
- -- -".A
Dromisingto.bringiii DacK m tutj even-
pi i . . . x1 i
i n'hn ctcivr Will D ' more careim
Nothing has ; been heard from tU f
neddler:and Ir,3l0TrisQn toesno
i , t . . uM.',.tiniphO Moat oarents can appreciate uiowj
i tn hor nnw rnar. nniiiia iuajjuiDOi;;,:"v---r..;. .. .- .uu iatniir.
i .mi n tjij udm. w . --
- ThB Kn-nties of the race of women are onen oc
scifted By tprmehtln Botnors, asilrgot rid of b
t ,, m DiessiiiKS. Tiere is wi www wuu
The annual meeting of the Baltimore
and Nofth Carolina Copper and Gold
Mining Co wpany, whose mines are lo
cated near this city, was held at No. 61
Exchange Place, in Baltimore, last
Monday. President J. B. Stafford pre
sided, and Charles E. Roberts was sec
retary. A very gratifying report was
read from Superintendent Robinson,
tating that a vein had been struck in
No. 2 shaft showing heavy yields of
gold and copper, more than enough to
employ all the machinery for twelve
months to come. After reading the re
ports and letters, the meeting proceed
ed to an election of directors, with the
following result: J. B. Stafford, Claas
Vocke, Robert Alexander Taylor, Jacob
H. Wight, Theo. S. Bautz, of Baltimore ;
R. M. Oates, R, Y. McAden, North Car
olina. J. B. Stafford was re-elected
president and Chas. E. Roberts secre
Austin Lane's Little Pistol.
Austin Lane, one of the well known
city barbers, has laid away the razor
and shears for an indefinite time until
his shattered hand, the result of too
much fooling with a pistol, has grown
together again. He was out some
where about twelve o'clock Tuesday
night and was showing some friends
how well he could handle the hammer
of his pistoL Of course it went off be
fore; he closed the exhibition and the
bullet shattered the first joint of his
thumb, went through the flesh of the
first finger and then struck the third
finger, breaking the bone and passing
through. The wounds were of course
very pfeinf ul, but Dr. O'Donoghue, who
dressed the hand, says that none of the
fingers willJoave to be amputated, mi
less unfavorable symptoms set in; This
is only another instance of the many
painful injuries resulting from .fooling
with a PiLstol and np w haying disposed
of Austin's case the reporter is waiting
for the 'next," for it seems that there
will never be an e$d to it
Resolutions of Regret.
A committee bjf the"Hornets' Nest
Riflemen was yesterday appointed to
draft resolutions expressing the regret
..' ' - A - ! 1.2
or tne company at tne resignation 01
Capt. E. F. Young and First-Lieut. F.
J. Aliens as officers of the company.
Resolved, That we, the undersigned
committee, appointed by the chair at
the last meeting of the Hornets' Nest
Riflemen, in their armory May 23d,
1882, do hereby express in behalf of the
company, their heartfelt regrets at the
loss by resignation of two of their most
beloved and faithful officers, Capt. E. F.
Y"oung and First-Lieut. F. J. Ahrens.
In their resignation the company
loses two officers who have been faith
ful and capable, and who have done
much for the good of the company.
, Julius Schiff.
Chas. J. Fox.
J. S. Pkice.
J. T. Ross.
Had a Splendid Time,
The Spartans, of Spartanburg, one of
the fire companies that helped us in our :
late celebration, seem to have had a
splendid time while in our city. On j
their return home they had a meetingf
at which they adopted resolutions high
ly complimentary to the citizens and
firemen of Charlotte, quite in contrast
to the report of the Greenville boys.
The editor of the Spartan says that
"they were delighted with their recep
tion and treatment, and can talk of
nothing else except the kindness of the
We are glad the Spartans appreciated
the efforts made to entertain them well
while the guests of our city and it will
give our nome nremen great pleasure
to hear how the Spartans talk. Here
are a few of the resolutions they
Resolved, That the members of the
Spartan Steam Fire Company do con
gratulate the Charlotte Fire Depart
ment upon tne success wmcn nas
crowned their efforts, and would ex
press to them the pleasure that we have
enjoyed on that occasion. The gratef ul
reelings which we nave experienced in
the kindness and courtesy snown us by
the department makes the event one to
be long remembered as one of unalloyed
Resolved, mat our tnanss anu gooa
wishes are especially due to the Pioneer
Steam Fire Company for its many acts
of kindness and the hearty welcome
manifested by its members, the encour
agement, generous assistance and sub
stantial aid given us, in a variety of
ways, that enabled us to appear in tne
parade and to compete in the tourna
ment for the prizes, wnicn we win do
happy to reciprocate.
Resolved, That the noeiai ana suo-
stantial contributions to the comfort
of our members in providing such a
banquet to the visiting companies, de
serves our most sincere uianns, anu
that all the provisions made by the fire
men of Charlotte tor our comrort win
be remembered with grateful feelings
by us. We trust that this, our first visit
to Charlotte, will be the means of unit
ing us in bonds of good fellowship with
our sister city or tne 01a vmmon
wealth that first struck for mdepend
Gen. Bnford on Horse Racing.
Gen. Abe Buford. recently converted
to Christianity, is one of the most noted
of Kentuckv horse breeders ana racers.
He recently announced that nenaasoia
all his fast horses, though he did not
" . . k 1 T
hfiliftve that continuing to own and
drive them would be inconsistent with
a Christian life. He was aware, how
ever, that the world held a different
view of the subject, and he was willing
to give - up his own conviction, lie
thought that the jmprovementin Amer
ican horses was only to be brought
about bv training, and to tram them
nrnnflrlv-race tracks were necessary
Snnnosft." said he. "that we had been
the ark with his interior Uarb or Ara-
hian horse? Our great generals, J?'or-
rp.at. Stuart and Morgan, would have
cut a pretty figure during the late war
with their men mountea on sucn norses
as these were! What sort of a race
would I have made during the war
when chasing Stnrgis back into Mem
phis mounted on one of Noah's mus
tang ponies? Or what would have be
come of me when Wilson was chasing
me across the bridge near Columbus1
Ga,, oa--which the Yankee picket seized
the bridle. OTTnT norse ana strucK me
over the head with his sabre, mounted
nnyftnA ftf Woah's horses? I would have
been a lost cniia. jjuc, Demg moumeu
on abJ improved thoroughbred, after
discharging my pistol at his head, I
made a rapid and buccessful retreat"
Mrs. WlasleWs Soothing 8ym
: Bey. Sylvanus Cobb thus writes In the Boston
Christian Freemans We would by no means re
..wutnrf n bind of medkine which we did not
e?i H; imowirftr our jZS&
.t h hiunnm mmh in wi onKio wiuui nviN w i
9n-m tha alAOIl
whichjit affords the infant is ctnat, and
the unie cnera nnui
n a vh.itiMi immtu nf teethine. its value Is
7Z. i.iKin ur him fmanAntlT heard t taothen
the chlgftffl tt had finished with the teeth
iieee. on any consideration whateyer. Sold by
druggists. 25 cents a bottle. f
It the mother is feeble It Is Impossible that he
children should be strong. Lpdla X Plnkham's
Vegetable compound la a perfect specific in ell
chronic diseases of the sexual srstsm of women.
Send to Mrs.' Lydla X Plnkham, 223 Western
Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
J. C BURROUGHS.
BURWELL d SPRINGS,
Grocers a Commission Merchants,
TBYON STBXXT, CHAELOTTX, N. C,
OSer to the trade (he largest stock of GBOClBOa
and PROVISIONS In the eltj, at prices as low as
the lowest. Call and examine oar stock before
baling. All orders shall have our personal at
tention and sattsf aettOD guaranteed.
BJ3SOVATK AND MIDI AS GOOD AS MXW.
In the very best manner by a first-class workman.
E. M. ANDREWS,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealer, Trade St.
OAT MEAL, ORANGES by the box, at
H O W E L L'S.
OLD POINT COMFORT,
situated 100 yards from Fort Monroe. Open all
the year. Equal to any hotel in the D. . Sur
roundings unsurpassed. Bathing, boating, fishing
and driving specially attractive Pre-emloeiitly a
resort 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 tffect cend for circular
describing hygienic advantages, etc.
may 18 am MAiuubUJM munduo, rrop r.
THE Board of County Commissioners of Marl
boro county, 8. C are now rea iy to receive
bids for building a new court house la Bennetts
vllle, 8. a, as authorized by Act of ireneral As
sembly, rlans ana specifications rarnisnea on
application. Also plans and specifications solicit
ed, correspondence from persons desiring the
contract solicited. Address
Chairman B. C. C , Bennettsvllle, S. C.
This la the most economical and the purest powder
on the market. It saves
TIITir fVP LIBOR. -
For sale at Wholes 4e and Retail at the Lowest
Market Prices, by
WILSOU & BtmWELl
Wholesale and Retail Agents, Trade st Charlotte
PELOUBET t CO.,
Steinway, Webber, Decker M,
HaINES and GATE CITY
NEW Yi fcK PIAN03, It Is concedtd, lead the
World. I am ageut for all the celebrated New
York make3 and -ELL THEM AT FACTOIiT
Do not be fooled by flashy advertisements,
but give m a tilal be
fore you buy and I will
show you tbat I can
distance all competi
tors, both in price and
terms. All I ask is a
trial and this cracost
you no;hlng, while It
may be the mu
saving you a great deal
In an Instrument
Organs always in stock either to sell or
rent Call on or address
Lock Box 274, JNO. B. KDDIN8,
Charlotte, N. C.
Paul B. Darringer, SI. D.,
PHYSICIAK and SUBGEON
Office over S. H. Jordan & Go's Drag Store
Office hours from 12 a. m. and from 2 to 5 p.m.
WE ARE ALREADY BUSY
While a Good Many Merchants are noitapg le
TJ MM If M MMMM K
U HMHH MlfliH IB
JJ.X M M M M M S
M M M M M Ul
AMD HBTTLIIfO DOtVH TO A M8VaSKEK
TO PEIUXAPS DSiriOlTRrf
WE HAVE A LMOST COMPLETELY IfM M
Left Testerday tec; f: J Eastern
AND BEING SO FAR ABKAD IN THE
THE COMING FALL. In the meantime the Tenialader of onr StTMMEB STOCK Ts offered to the pub
lic, who wetaovrby pastexpertilce,
HEABQUAUTERS FOR THE C AROLINAS.
ii Il'j Vl! ili'li lUi ? 111 i!i!i!iJ D
What we are Not, 1 what we Are!
ISTdDtt si 66HBsissisii3o99
Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery. Shoes, Hats, Hardware, Groceries, Drugs, a General Bartering Exchange.
NOT A CIRCUS OR MENAGERIE
Where a Little of Everything
Chatham street or 1
unil hilt a
which of course Indicates VALUE LESS!!!
Ire Strictly Cliiers !
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THIS PAR
TICULAR LINE AND CLAIM FOR OUR
CUSTOMERS THE ADVANTAGE
OF HAVING EVERYTHING
-i-tt T7T3"V XT fW 717 T OTVT 17 all the New Designs In Fabrics are shown
Mi iidlxX JlSKJ J2j1 51 1 IjFj from our counters, and to Preserve the Bepu
Ution of our establishment as being HEAD (TT.A.IRrTIESIE&S lor BE LIABLE
Goods. We elear out all goods as Boon as tuey have run their course, and state to our customers that
'the styles are off and therefore sold at a price.- iVr, uevum
Bailable goods are NXVftB sold at half price in season, our purpose In business is to MAKE MONEY
and to accomplish this
are to to expected. Note this! and decide whether yon want lnfertot rubbish at "ANT
ehn reiuhie smda from a raanonslhie house,
that in ease of a hasty purchase the money will be
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la not slow to appreciate that we are
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Show of CLOTH!
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sold upon a iair sBuement, ana a re i
Brown's Iron Bttters.
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