GHAHEOTTE, N. TUESDAY MAY 3a, 1882.
20th of Mnyv Calebratioir
are oordUly invite
4 . - ; I
CAL1 AND SEE
Retail Dry Goods : EstjibltaeBt
In the State of North Carolina.
ALEXAHDER & HARRIS,
PEG It AnM CU)
H VK A PBKTTY LINE OF
GENTS' and LADIES' .SUPPERS.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HwU Bfesta.ockof-. i ;
Gents' Hani-Sewed Shoes
: slxLXliB ft ?r
rILL display during the 20 0 of My Celebra
tion the most eleuant stock of KANCY DBf
GOODS In tbe Ue. Ull and e them.
ALKXaNDRK ft HARRIS.
PEGRAM &' C O . ,
HAVg ALL KINDS OF a
Childrens' Shoes a iiil Slippers. JJ
CALL pe-4i U mlon h i,ur jtuck of NECK
WKH. viz: i.ace Collar. ' lchu, Embroider
ed Collars ami er ry variety I L nen and Percale
n Polk i Lot and sUipes. (ley are beautifuL
Call and ate t" m. '
ALEX VtKti HARBIN
PEGRAM & CO,,
KKKP A WKLL gKLKCTiD sTOCK OF
Trunk id Vaiices
OF ALL PRICES A D SIZES
Alexander & Harris
HAVR a mngnlflcrnt stock if WHlTB HOODS
viz: Linen i.awim . InUU Lwus. .Mas&llas.
Nrtlni(H)k8. India VTurM. ort unshed TJaoo34s.
Polka Dot Swiss, Mu II i In Win e and Hcrnef
ffCtu, with Lace and Kinb'uMtTv to 'rim.
PEGRAM & CO.,
HAVE JUST BKCHVEH A FINK t-TOCK OF
Silk, Feltkl Strai Hats
Of the Latest 8tylp.
Ot 1 be Lntest Styles.
TTAVR a tremendous
8tock of Ladlu'. Mls-8
and Cbt drenWoljry, wfetetuKwe wlsb to re
duce. Special prloes wlU h Biale fti these goods
. 1 s ALXA.adLHABitllM
CAN SUIT THK B
Farmer) Friends f
Wllh any klDds BOOT8 and 6BOIS TBKT WISH.
VISITCTKS' n 1
TO the celebration will be astonished when they i
bear onr prices oa Domestle Goods. We:
make a specialty of these caods. j
A LEX. A DEB ft HABBIS.
CTOCK of tBBSSObDSlvlf Hufa! TrtltolFt?
1 all mlnr& with trim mil lira
Shoe DressiDg 11 Bfacing
Our store will be closed Baturdsy, My 20th, frem
11 o'clock a. i
s. tamu ccioca p.
0 ' FKGBAM t
tiaaj. . ... n arna
Grenaaines, Brocaded SlUu, etc, etc., in
O&ociAa, lcrttttttg, Ac,
JAVING just returned from the X astern Mar
kets the second time this season, we an now able
to show the Trade all the NEW THINGS In tbe
way of Novelties ot the season.
We have replenished our BLACK SILK STOCK
with Moires, Brocades, Satins and Surahs In all
shades Bummer silks and Foulards, Also a
handsome stock of Satteens' In fancy colors.
Nuns Veiling In all colors from 85c to 81 per yardr
A new lot of Laces In all the new designs. One
of the cheapest and handsomest lots of
To be found In the city. Mull Muslins In pinks,
blue and cream. A new lot of Ulsters for Ladles
In Linen and Mohair. A new stock of
The cheapest and most handsome styles! Some
new Neck Wear In new styles. A new lot of Bunt
lLg In all coTors from 12c to 91 per yard.
Come and see and be convinced . that- we have
the goods and prloes to suit you.
' Tery Bespetef ally,
T. Xte 8EIGLE Sc. CO.
may7 1 .j - ' .
A StevBr-Failing Cure for Burns,
Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, Sores, etc.
After forty -years of-trial, Perry
Davis Pain KillcWstaads unriYaled
It is safe t It acts immediately t It
never fails I
Editor of the St. John (N. B.) Ne-ws, says :
In flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, etc.,
i T ltls the 7o8 effectual remedy we know of.
- I No family should be without a bottle of It
lor a single hour.
From the Cincinnati TMsnatch :
: - We have teen lia mak; effects, and know
it to De a gooa article.
From L S. Potter, U. S. Consul at Crefeld,
After Ion? years of rise. I am satisfied It
is positively efficient as a healing remedy
ior wounos, Druises, ana Bprains.
n . ff. . mini m , v wHvavai vim. , j a r
v It is a panacea ior all bruises and burns.
iff-.. It gave mft train filiate relief,
R. Lewis says:
.-XalortK yearsluse ltnexer Lhas failed me.
W. W. Lnm. NichblvineTNrirrB-ayS :
l use your rm ivituiB ireauenuy. ii
relieve pain and Boreness, andAeoi woasds
lute magKi. f a
I I yer ftcalda and; burns if has no equal "
FEatBT DAVISt PAXN knxfeB,fis not
a lew untried remedy, dfcr forty years
it aa& ten la toi9iantBM;na tnoae wrno
have u4l tt Ui tony est 91 4 it belt frieids
It aaess is greJeawe of jnrlt.
Since the FaJn Killer was first introdaced,
hundred ef new medicines have come and
gone, while to-day this medicine is more
extensively used audi more hisaiy valued
than eterbei&re. "Evert familiLsiwAilfl have
bottle ready for use. Much pain and heavy
doctors' bius may often be taved hy prompt
application of the. Pain Killer. Unlike most
medicine, it nerfealv safe even in the hands
of a child. Try it once thoroughly, and it
will prove iUyalne. Your drnggist has it
miim-i Kon. &nd 1 .00 or bottle.
Cjept d tw sept & oeu
ive IlilierallWatif f l
:ii i- 1 3" sif .4311
iffestfen, Jorpid Liver,
f ! y? -! S'i'i St
Chronic Diarrhoea" and Dysetttery, Skin Diseases,
. 1 : II S 5 .
Scrofula, unronie meumonia, etc
It is a Dowerfol AMerattva Tonlaind Is ANTI-j
M ALA kLLL in It eflects.-r Bead certificates from
eminent physicians In ur pamphlets. !
'BotoiioWpAta aatelxtoeci from tb
SurtniM. which bv eaatiaai nocaiea m mock
bridge oouity;aanvlr8aeen-iot the reception
of .visitors ftronVffane 1st -to October 1st, each
Vnp-Mh-iiAUwlA and. relallf bf Wt J
ADEN and Dr. T. a SMITH, Chaflotta c.
VS NiUflOriHANBEBCpIEFa at 1 Oc.
HOSIBBY FROM 6c up,
FANS FHOM 21&C up.
1 i J
a. a, &c.
UNDER TRADERS' NAT. BANK1.
I - - ir tinriiw any other. 1 " J
RICHMOND, ,a ntn
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SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
Reported for the Observer by Walton M. Busbee,
of the BaleighBar.
State et al. vs. Crouse Gaston.
This was an issue of bastardy tried
before Avery Judge at Pall Term 1881
The defendant had been acq uitted be
fore the magistrate and the appeal was
taken by the woman.
The defendant's i exceptions to the
rulings xf bis Honor are, taken on his
refusal1 'to dismiss' the , base,' on the
1st; Because the warrant was issued
before the child was born.
2oa. Because the prosecutrix had no
right of appeal to the Superior Court;
and; ,f 1 '? '
, 8rd. Because there . was no notice of
"appeal on the -papers." ' There wasalso
an exception to the ruling upon the re
jection of certain evidence.
Ttye court says: The act of 1879 was
intended , especially to repeal eamuch
of sec. 1, ch. 9, as gave the, justice the
.right to initiate proceedings, but to
leave it entirely with tbe womaD, un
less after the. birth it should appear
that the child was about to become a
pauper, &c. In legal intendment the
mother is as much so during the period
of gestation as after the birth of the
child. Lord Coka says "that everyiegit
imaite infant in ventre sa mere is con
sidered as born for ail beneficial pur-
An issue of bastardy is a civil suit
and the right of . appeal is given to any
party against whom judgment is ren
dered in a civil action and no notice of
appeal is necessary wherl the adverse
party is present at; the time of the mo
tion. Where the5 testimony which it is
proposed to contradict is not material,
evidence towards that end is properly
excluded. i .!
No error. Affirmed. "
State vs. Hastings Mecklenburg.
Smitii.C. J. ':'-
The defendant was tried and convict
ed of forgery. Before the jury was
"empanelled the defendant moved to
quash the bill, ..for that a bilfor the
same offense had been found at" a form
er term and having become mutilated a
second bill had been drawn and carried
0 thegtand jury 1 o m and handed to the
foreman by an attorney employed to
did in -the prosecution, and returned a
. jue bill; that upon objection for this j
irregularity a third bill was sent by the
solicitor, and upon which the defend- j
pendant was put on trial. j
2nd., Exception to the admission of
3rd. Exception to the refusal to give
The court says:
1st. That the motion was properly de
nied, for the former bills in connection
vith the facta stated constituted no
;f-gal impediment to the putting'defend--nt
on trial upon the last bill, at the
; lection of the solicitor. State vs. Dix
on. 7S; 558.
2nd. Where evidence, though of it
self insufficient to warrant a conviction,
but as facts in connection with others
pointing to the party and with the aid
of the other evidence is sfifficient to
tisfy the minds of the jury, it is no
i-ror in allowing it to be heard, it 13
3rd. The instructions as given pre
ntihe defendant's case fairly before
he jury and it is not error to charge'
iat"theact wasjdone with intent to
( fraud some person' whether the per
ns whose uaros , are subscribed as
Minora or others.? i t ;
No error. Affirmed,
' ',Tittkowsky?&Rintelp vsLbgan et afel
! J ; . i -rllutherf ord.
&ak$ J.I f . j j I r -1 5 ' 1 I
' Tfiii wa ft initta mala l)y the.de-
odarit to file a bill of exceptions tau
iie report of a referee, upon argu
ment his lionor ref used the motion.
This is a stronger case, if anything,
thin that of Long vs.-Long, decided
al'this term; lit this ease there is nfC
excuse of his laches offered.
It was entirely within the discretion
of his Honor to allow or refuse the mo
tion, and not reyiewable here '
.!iC4 t .. t, i
Brown, trustee Mecklen-
This case was -4ried. upon demurrer
to the complaint.' '
McM-urray, & Dayis, failing in busi
nesa ii 1875 execnted a deed in tn&t U)
defendant, whereby they conveyed: an
their, effects to deienaanc in trust to
sell and apply the' proceeds in payment
of their debt. !The complaint further
cites Jhat the trustee has paid to the
other creditors 45 "per cent, of their 4e
mandsand has in? hand, assets sufficient
to pay a like rate upon the plaintiff's
tjlaim but refuses to do bo. The prayer
ia thatt&B'trust deed may be exhibited
in couffand'the same inquired of and
that plaintiff have judgment for a pro
rata share of ber claim in proportion
which th whole amount of assets hears
to the whole amount of indebtedness.
- The demurrer is: t
1st. The failure .jot the plaintiff to
make Davis &MeM.urray parties.
2nd., Tbf failure to? make the other
creditors parties ' " , '. '
Demurrer sustained. Plaintiff ap
pealed J I t.l V - w '
Held? The general rule is that m
suits respecting the administration of
trusts, tb5WUsteesandJteestuies qu
trusts areallfnejcessajjiparties, tbe
former as having the legal estate and
he latter the; equitable i and ultimate
interest td Aeaffected by tfie decreelt
i said to depend upon the intention of
ue courtrio do complete, justice, by de
ciding upon and settling the rights
fnt5re3ted. in one action,
Hoas to prevent futuraJitigation and to
render the performance of the decree
nerf ectlY safe to those who may be com
melted i acUinder it. This rule ja es-
peciaiiy appuuauitj tu hid hicocuu a
for here each cestuiquavtmst is direct
ly interested in contesting every claim
other than his own. "When it appears
that a trustee having had assets suffici
ent to pay all the editors in full, had
declared a dividend and paid all but the
plaiDtfff,nhen the action at law fot
mohey had and received would lie; for
thpri the narties in iotTQSt would be re-
si tiw1 1 the Dlaintiff on the one hand
and the aeienaant on me oiuc.
trade-andbwning astQQ or Kooas mu
tually agreed tddissoiVe copartners nip.
blinder whichV the former aasignwaujuia
share inlheistock to miner wuouu
April 20,1878, by mortgage Tecdnveyed
tneBtocK witn sucu uiaM iswiiiiiii.j
ba added to secpre the. paymentof the
debt This was followed a week "later
m w twnti(i mnrtiraee of tbe interest or
TLfinor lTtfh same troods. and future
thArAtn in the wav of rtt)leat
1 ishini? the same wttn OMium p
tYdi ifith&dfcbt Shuldjbedisvh ged Ott
or before the lstNovemoer.anuou
ureve8ting iuthe mortgagee the power
(linnharire or tne nrm iiauiiinea uu iio
resrisiicrcu iu ibcuiw;
vear. In April. 1879, Miller executed a
deed tqrJhtjefCTdari for the -enQw
stoaUiei750fef 91 the considera
I rtrtjnaha,elaim.iiud& nim' ind
iJettatxbsBQBt purchaser 6z
sonal property from one wnoiiMa
viously made a fraudulent assignment
of it, or an assignment without consid
eration and for his own benefit, whether
the purchase be with or without notice
and for valuable consideration and
such assignment has been proved and
registered as required, stands in the
plaee of the assignor, and neither is per-,
mitted to impeach its face and validity.
The estoppel upon the assignor extends
to his subsequent vender, and as to
both; the conveyance, though it'-tnay
be void as to creditors, is equally aflica-.
cious as to them.
Venire de novo. Error. n
i Leach vs. Jones Wake, i
Tie plaintiff claims title to the land
in controversy by virtue of a judgment
against the defendant as executrix of
Lerpy Jones. Upon report of the referee,
that she was guilty of a devastavit wf 4
the assets of her testator, ana the judge
meit was against ber as executrix and
and in her own right by reason
of the devastavit. Several excep
tions were taken by defendant to .
the report but were overruled by s ibis
Hoor.T? She offered to place in ri
denfce a' mortgage deed executed byvfcer
in 1875, duly registered; conveyinjthe
land in question, which, ' was tH"4iii
satisfied. His Honor rejected the eryi
derice. Shealso Insisted that she wais
entitled to her homeatead-t-m the- laid,
contendlhg that.She was not fixed wfth
the devastavit until Ihe report of the
ref erree was confirmed by the juds
ment against her in 1878. - '
The. coert says: Wherfera mortgagee'
had ri(r ppssession and there is no '.in
sertion of a mortgage in the answer, a
defendant having been a defendant in
the execution and in possession when
the1 land was sold and when the sum
mons in the action was issued, can not
defeat a plaintiff's recovery by showing
title in a third person. Isfay vs. Stew
art 4 D. and B. 100
yhb liability of !an executrix who
commits a devastavit attaches upon
her qualification as such, and as her
liability then commenced she is hot en
titled to a homestead. Eash vs. Har
die 80 N. C. 177.
No error. Affirmed.
Love vs. Rhyne Gaston.
Smith C. J.
Action begun before justice of
peace for the recovery of $104.83
by note. The defense set up as a counter-claim
is an alleged indebtedness
arising out of unadjusted partnership
dealings between the parties and to be
ascertained upon a settlement. The
only question is, whether the justice
has jurisdiction of the defense set up
in the answer." The plaintiff demurr
ed upon the ground that tbe matters of
defense were riot within the jurisdic
tion of the justice and moved judg
ment. Motion overruled. Plaintiff ap
pealed. The eourt says : The jurisdiction in
the adjustment of partnership transac
tions under our former sy&tem was
committed alone to the courts of equi
ty and no act ion could be maintained t
lavr by one partner against another, until
settlement and for a definite sum found
to be due. As a settlement of a part
nership can not tw enforced in an ac
tion befoie a justice, neither is it ad
missible whea urged as a means of ex
tinguishing, oy a resultant balance to
be ascertained upon settlement.
The plaintiff was entitled to his mo
tion. Judgrienf reversed end judg
ment here lor the plaintiff.
Shilfofd & Weathers vs. Hayes, Sheriff,
et als Lincoln, No. 271 Thorn burg
' vs. Board' rjf Commissioners of Gas
ton. 233 Gaston.
RufftS J4 - ' v
These two actions have a common
object. It is to enjoin certain rates
imposed by the commissioners of. the
above counties, for the purpose of erect
ing fences around certain townships
within those counties 'tinder act 1879
It is insisted by the plaintiff
1st. That inasmuch as that statute
made, the adoption of its provisions to
depend Upon the concurrence of 'arna
jofity of the voted cat" at an election
held for the purpose of ascertaining the.
will of the citizens affected: in regard,
thereto, it, was in violation of sec 7, art.
vii of the constitution, which declares
that no tax shall be levied by any coun
ty or municipal corporation unless
sanctioned "by a vote of the majority
of the Qualified yoters therein."'
zpa. mat as tne tax was-to oe ivtu
only on the lands situated within the
townships, it was m vioiauon oi tue
9th section of the same article whicn
says that all taxes levied by any ueh
corporation"shall be uniform and ad va
Zorem upon all property1 ia the same.
The court says: rnaB in iaur
DTorjositibn has alreadv received their
attention in Cain' vs; Commissioners, of
Davie county, aild adds thfe following
authorities to those cited in that opin
ion : In Palmer vs. Stamph, 29 lad. 330
Ttrarheldrthata provisies-of the con
stitution which directed the legislature
"to prescribe4y law for a uniform and
equal rate or taxauon anu ior au evjuai
and just valuation pi taxation oi mi
property real and person al"did not apply
where snecial assessment was laid upon
specific property the value of which was
intended to be advanced by a local im
provement To the same effect is Nor
folk. VS. .Ellis, 520 urat. in rrvtsuy-
terian church vs. City of Wayne, 36 Ind.
338, it was held, that a claim in their
State constitution which declared that
no nronertv used for religious purposes
should be liable to be taxed did not ex
empt such property from a local assess
ment for the construction of a sewer in
its vicinity. "Taxes are public burthens
imposed, as burthens for the purpose of
general revenue: assessment are uuauo
with reference to special benefit deriv
ed by the property assessed from the
expendltion. So also Bridgeport va
Kailroad, 86 uonn. a&o. . aiien.vs. onei
ten 14 I.u Ann. 498. By the English
court of Exchecquer in Guardains of
the Poor vs. The Commissioners of
Bedford, 7 Exch 777, where a provision
in the. atat. 34 Geo. Ill . to the effect that
certain buildihgi erected for the use of
the poor of the town, snouio do irep
from all parochial and parlitnentary
taxes, was held not to' exempt them
from local, improvements ; the taxes
mentioned, being construed to mean
such as were levied for the benefit of
the whole kingdom.
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Fernandlna, Nassau eo., Fla., March 29, 1880.
"I have used Dr 8mmons Liver Regulator and
always found tt to do what U claimed for It The
last bottle and two packages did me no good and
were worse tcan nothing. I see It Is not put up by
J H Zeuln 4 Co, and not genuine, and a waste of
mone ttflrofiu I weald be lad to get the pure
and genuftaJ Send me some from how st hanos
(with red Z and Zeilln Co'g signature on Wrap
per) The fictitious stuff sold will Injure some ope
badly. Yoorbten.V - - BEMTBICH."
ii BmBJfTaASD llJ'E.
Depend more fa. the WgoMwItt rihr menstreal
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actual oi aT'MTtPt l 'U towBabto result
ill laoferynipnpii mm,
mental anV bodUy, epBSuranon,
dlate relief from t stick fetange men ts is the oorr
safeguard against wrecked ruin. In all eases af,
toppage.11 wt. cth-jBswdaBjrfij,
eouraee,' Dt-J-. BraojieMaAemaie;jifaiK
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the nwroosr tentoee. imprevtng the biood, and d.
termlnte gdJrrctly te the og&o ef men srruUoa.i
1 cent physicians
Mnt obvsicians use a. - rreuarou ur . r iwwuuoin
Atlahta?' PrieeiS,Tis mmf awn we
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titaitea.lhigbi'l' ttseeMifaMtleV, ritoary er
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Not Partial, Bat Complete.
Alexandria, Va- August 4, 1881.
H H Warner ft Co ira-Your Safe Kidney and
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I suffered-every form,of kidney difficulty.
Tronj the Home Journal.
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A REAL SKIN CURE.
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AND THAT WITH SIMPLE NAME.
Beware of Impostors, pirates, or any old articles
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proved a remarkable success.
ho roxrors hams
This curative needs no pompous or tncompre
lienslble title of Greek or Latin to sustain it, but
its alnrple English name appeals directly to the
-sense of the people. And the people are
manifesting their appreciating of this
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SSJN CUBE in preference to all other professed
' 'Di C. W. Benson has long been well known as
a successful physician and surgeon and his life
study has been the diseases of the nervous system
and of the skin; since he has been persuaded to
pot bis New Bemedy and Favorite Prescription as
a "Skin Core'' on the market, various things have
sprung tip Into existence, or have woke np from
the sleepy state In which they were before, and
now claim to be The Great Skin Cures.
larBewaze of Unltaaons, or the various article
which have been advertised for years or struggled
along, having no real hold or merit on the public,
that now endeavor to keep head above water by
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None is genuine and reliable, except Dr. C W.
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Relief for alt Overworked Brains,
CAUSE AND CtJBX.
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aaT Said tr all Drngsista.
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TOOTH SO 4 P. Jewsbeiyand Brown's Oriental
Tooth Paste and Sozodont; t- rsaleby
B. H. JUKDAN 4 CO..
may28 , Dniggista.
COLOGNE is the best; for sale only by
B. H. ioBDANdUO.
A FRESH SUPPLY
AF HIsslssquot, Imported Vlchey,
Hathora and Congress Water just received by
may2d Druggl ,ts
TRONIC Hlxlr, Iron Bitters. Hop Bitter. Hostet
L ter's Bitters, Fellow's Compound Hyrup-of the
Bypopbosfthltes, Horsford's Add Phosphate, a
fulfsupplyat m. H. JoBDAN & CO..
CONSTANTLY on hand the finest Green and
Black Teas forthewtail trade.
B, H. JOKDN 4 CO,
jnay26 Tryon street.
ND Bath Tow Is, for sale by"
tt. XL. 4JtWA.CI a w
may26 Droggista, Tryon street.
F. C. MUNZLER
Afi E7IT FOR
The Berper & W tery Ccipys
. Of Philadelphia, Pa ,)
Ctlttrated Lager Beer,
tn Kegs and Bottles.
.., BOTTLiED VSBBL 'rl1GCI A LT
twaM imt MMcawnd a arnM.ll ha Of BOTTLKD
ALB awl PuHTEit, which l efta to the pubUe at
s i 'A LoekBoxa65,Chartoae,N.a
mbr28 f.. .
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r-r a-rrwfl wow rwe snore Ems In addition to onr
4J?BPJpD4L.iL vuertper to
FI tt ftlsTOfiltaV raoaWLY,
on short notice, and Jiricea mat fiery eompen
tloo. We gnataweaotyjnd wake neeharge
tmieat UBM proves earrarawnrj
' WakoMB IMMf 4, Char
mervUle; who will reoelro orden lor siaall lots et
..box HO, juanrieTVKr.r
TO! EECMTOi :
A Large shipment ef that Very Popular 44 Bleached Domestic at 10 Cents,
The Best ever sold In thuv
We are offering Special Barsalna In Dress Goods, 8ammer Silks, Ladles' and
Children's Hosiery; if you want a half dozen Hose at a sacrifice come and see our stock; Lace Curtains
In all new designs and very cheap; Dress Trimmings m all shades and varieUea; we hare a very hand
some piece of Bugle Fringe at $1.25: a large stock of rPassamentrlea and Ornaments; Ihe largest and
CHEAPEST STOCK OF LACES,
Of an descriptions, to be found In the dty; Ladles' Ulsters at 1,$1.25.1 50, 92. S8.S8.50. S5 and S6
each; Pearl Shirts, Universal Patterns; Turner's handsome Shoes for Genia, Kvltt'i Ladles' Shoes; the
Best Corset for $1; Trunks, Valises, Hats; Boots, , Shoes, Ac; Plain and Lace BuntlDg?, at
13c, 13e, 35c, 30c, 65c and 73c
HAEGEAVES & WIXiHEIjM
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A RION, SIMPSON & CO., SOUTHERN GEM
Organs within Reach of Everybody.
MASON & HAMLIN,
S00MGER BELL CHIME,
PILOUBET 4 CO, and STKBLING.
Neier Before Such Low Prices 1 Easy Terms
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tbe best of jaakea. One small, 1
one medium and one large; Ap-1
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Market for that Honey.
KRANIGH & BAGE;
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and scratehes hist head while reading lie's 4y Kalte
' him reidVlet Wi'jft 'vfate tome ridt will send
yoira photo (not 6f inyelf)lutClay .PlaaW'andOr
gtns. lirake your selecabff, 'then MrrbriiicB and write
me for a few mere- dots; snett : as ' prloes, terms, Ac.
Address, or call on
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HMta referred esmditDti mderftper Trost Deed
LE- ol Ui V. .i?erCrae,whe shall; file, their claims
with tbe undersigned wm receive- m umaena oy
calling at my ornoe on uonoay. nay zzna, tst
Bnone indebted to Lv V. eerdae U please call
d settle lmmedlatelyi' -J u- .' t
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