VOL. XX VIII.
CHARLOTTE, N. QM THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1882.
LA DIES', MISSE'S
A LOT OF TBE ABOVB GOODS TO ARM VI
IN FEW lVx.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks,
The First Shipment
FALL t WINTER STOCK
HA9 A :BI?RD.
PEGU AM & CO.
IF YOU WANT A NICK PAIR OF
MieUlkes and Children's Shoes,.
Of any kind you can get them at
I F YOU WANT A
Valise or Satchel,
With all the latest Improvements, go to
PEGRAM & CP'S.
IF YOD WISH THS LITIS t STYLE IN
SILK or CASSIMBBE HATS
You can Had it at
PEGRAM & CO!8t
BOYS, GENTS' AND YOCTBS'
BOOTS AND SHOES
18 been selected aith or nut mm and soon yen
' can find 4-h t. s i :
nATivrim tou want m
: -J jjtiiH-H Sicily
1 p RA Mn & VC0'S.
exao der Harris
YOU AP.E RESPECTFULLY INVITED
T J ATTEND THE
Which will be ready for your laspee Ion on
Friday,- 22nd Day of September,
and It will compare with any fctcck of
IN 1 HE SOOTH.
Embracing all the novelties of the season, as It Is
well known thai Oil B HOUSE keeps up with all
new stylf s as they appear in tbe market. You
will Und In this stocfc Bilks and Satins in all shades
and prices. Also a large line ot Plushes and Vel
vets. Dress Goods In everj thing new. running in
price from locto$5perya d. We will sell you a
good colored Cashmere Dress at from $1.50 to 82
a pattern. Black Hnd Mourning Goods a special
ty. A full line of Dress Flanneis In all colors and
pries from 2rc to $1.25 per yard. We have a
full line of Goods for making Cloaks and Jackets,
alfco Kur Trimmings A large stock of Domestics
and Sheetlncs. uadles'. Gents' and Children s
Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves In everything that
Is new. In fact anything that can be found In a
first class I ry Goods Store, from a five c-nt Calico
to a fifteen dollar Lace Collar. Call and see us as
early as possible and we will take pleasure in
showing our stock. Very respectfully.
septl7 T. L. SEIGLS & CO.
A cold or sore throat may not seem to
Amount to much, and If promptly attended
to can easily be cured ; but neglect la often
followed by consumption or diphtheria.
No medicine has ever been discovered which
acts so quietly and surely In such cases aa
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLvKR. The
prompt use of this invaluable remedy has
saved thousands of lives.
PERRY DAVIS PAIN KILLER Is
not an experiment. It has been before the
public for forty years, and is most valued
where It Is best known.
A tevi extracts from voluntary testimonials
Pact Ktlleu has been my household remedy for
colds for the past twenty -seven years, and nave
never known it to fail in effecting a cure.
L. S. Cbockeb, Williamaville, N. Y.
For thirty years I have used Pais Kiixeb, and
found it a never-f ailing remedy for colds and sore
tnroat Barton Seaman.
Have received immediate relief from colds and
sore throat, and consider your Pain Killer an
invaluable remedy. Geo. B. Evebett, Dickinson,
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Wwhont - Fonci, Lowndes, Ga.
vJ?ve.uw' Path Killeb in my family for forty
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Lewis, Waynesboro, Ga.
I began using: Pain Killer In my family twenty
nve years ag-o and have used it ever since, and have
found no medicine to take its place. B. W. Diib.
Druggist, Oneida, N. Y.
For whoopinsr-couKh and croup it is the best
Preparation made. We would not be without it
A. P. Routs, Liberty Mills, Va.
For twenty-five years I have need Patk Killeb
for colds ana chapped lips, and consider it the beet
medicine ever off ered. GEO.HooFEB,WiImiiigrtoii,
I was suffering severely with bronchitis, and my
throat was so inflamed I could scarcely bw allow
any food. I was advised to try your Fain Killeb,
and after taking: a few doses was completely
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Dr. Waltow writes from Coshocton : Your Pah
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lau in a angle instance.
This fact vou should
maae Known to tne woria.
Mrs. Ellen B. Mason writes: My son was taken
violently aiek with diphtheria, high fever, and cold
chills. So many children have died here, I was
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'Killeb. He 'was taken- on Sunday, and on
Wednesday his throat ml cleat: It was a won
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poor jnothers who aae losing s. many ahildren.
For Chills and Fever PACf KltLEIl has
no equal. It oures whenevBrythlng else falls.
Delays are often dangerous. A bottle of
Pain Killeb 4n the house Is a safeguard that
no family should be without.
All druggists sell it at Sc Oc., and $1.00
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
aept dw sept 4 oct
H. C. ECCLES, PROPRIETOR.
CHABLOTTB, N. C.
THIS Hotel was completed in 1872, and new
additions made In 1875, "THE CENTRAL"
Is situated on Independent Square, occupying
hall a block on Trade street, in the business cen
tre ol the City, in close proximity to Banks. Kx
press and Telegraph offices, and commanding a
mountain view of more than fifty miles.
The intentioQ of the Proprietor la, not only to
g resent to the traveling public one of the finest
otel Buildings in the South, but one of the most
complete and best conducted Hotels In all Its dif
Having recently been decorated and fresoed
throughout, it Is not on'y one of the most beauti
ful, but the
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of tbe South. te home of Commercial Tourists,
pleasure seekers and resident guests.
H C. ECCLESv. Proprietor, wfil be pleasedioj
we'come hlsirtends and the traveling public, and
respectfully solicits a share of patronage from nil
who would enjfy and appreciate a home combin
ing elegance, besnty and comfort In all Its ap
pointments and surroundings.
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BY THE ASSOCIATED PRES&.
Fever, Flood, Diphtheria.
Galyjton, Sept. 19. A News Mata
moras special savs: To-day up to 9 a
m there were 4 deaths, 3 of fever. The
epidemic shows no decrease or if any
very small. The river is again rising.
Reports from Brownsville are that the
upper part of the city is inundated and
funerals are attended in boats. During
the 24 hours ending at 1 am, there were
19 new cases and 4 deaths; 11 cases of
fever in hospital and 1 of diptheria.
Quite av number of persons are sick
with diphtheria and one new case in
the garrisonCol Lyster's son. The
mails and freight are to be taken on
steamer from Brazos to New Orleans.
Louis Flager Nominated.
Washington, Sept. 20 A despatch
from Bayou Sayra, La., announces that
the regular Republican convention,
sixth Louisian district, at Red River
landing, nominated by acclamation
Louis Frager, of West Feliciana, form
erly of the United States Consul at Bo
logne, now one of the most extensive
cotton planters in Lousiana.
Returning to Work at Old Rates.
Young stown, Ohio, Sept. 20. The
District Amalgamated Association con
vention yesterday voted by an over
whelming majority to return to work
at old rates.
Christiancy gets a Divorce.
Washington, Sept 20. Judge Hag
ner to-day granted ex-Senator Chris
tiancy a divorce from his wife on the
ground of desertion.
Cotton Brokers Fail.
New York, Sept. 20. Burger &
Cushman, cotton brokers, announced
their failure yesterday with liabilities
between fifty and sixty thousand dol
lars. Shot by His Own Soldiers.
London, Sept 20. The Times in its
second edition has a despatch from
Cairo announcing that Abdalla Pasha,
commander of Darnietta, had been shot
by his own soldiers.
Connecticut Republicans Nominate
New Haven, Sept 20. The Republi
can convention nominated Gen Wm II
Bulkley for Governor by acclamation.
The Planets in September.
Venus is evening star, and reigns
with queenly and acknowledged power
over tne morning and evening stars, as
well as the mighty multitude of glisten
ing suns that stud the celestial track.
No student of the skies will fail to grant
her the ascendancy, or fail to note her
increasing size and brilliancy. Her
diameter now measures nearly twenty
seconds, and at the end of tbe month it
will measure twenty-six seconds. It
must be remembered that the mure her
diameter increases, and the more nearly
she approaches the earth, the less of her
enlightened disc is turned toward us.
If, when she passes between us and the
sun, her bright side were turned toward
us instead of her dark aide, she would
be a glorious planet, such as never was
seen by mortal eye.
On the 27th she will reach the end of
the invisible chain that binds her to the
sun. Not a second farther can she
swerve. The sun's resistless attraction
turns her course and directs her retro
grade steps westward, until, in our
view, she has retrod the whole east
ward course, and reaches her inferior
conjunction and transit. Millions of
observers are watchiDg her receding
steps with eager interest, for the goal
she is bound for ushers in the great
astronomical event of the year, if not
of the century. Venus at her elonga
tion is 46 deg. 3b min. east of tbe sun.
As 15 deg. represents one hour of time,
it will be plain that she can never be
visible much more than three hours
after sunset; as the same lawsj)revail
in reversed order when sne is the morn
ing star, for the same reason she can
never be seen more than three hours;
before sunrise. The increased velocity,
of the planet's motion will soon be ap
parent, While she has been nearly
seven months in passing from superior,
conjunction to eastern elongation, she
will be less than three months in re
turning from eastern elongation to in
ferior conjunction. This most brilliant
portion of her course will form a plane
tary study for the student of the stars
as easily followed as it is-ihteresting,'
and illustrative of. the laws that govern
the movements of the Ibferior planets.
During this month Venus and Mei
cury will reach, their eastern elonga
tions; Mercury wilj Hbe in close con
junction with'Spica; and "make a near
approach to Mars j Jupiter will be in
quadrature; Venus' and the crescent
moon will.Shine together in the 'western
sky, and the ull harvest moon will be
the crowning; eattire of the nights of
the early antamn. JJvery.night the as
pect wilt-vary.; ifever in the lifetime
of the observer , will the same picture
be repeated, and within the bounds of
our own system there is abundant work
for the exercise of the noblest powers.
But the sun and his family or world, of
such vital importance to the human
race, is only one little cloud speck in
the vast concourseof the 18,000,000 suns
that make up the Milky Way. This, in
its turn, is even more, insignificant in
comparison with the myriad suns that
people space, and the massas of nebul
ous haze so far away that light is t hou
sands of years in , passing over the dis
tance: There'll no end, 'rro-bourfdary
lwewiaiblfttaour dim conception of
this gtjind' material universe If -we
may be allowed' tocompa the infinite
ly; great with the Infinitely little, there
is' no end to the pleasure and profit to
be derived from the study of the many
sided science of , astronomy.
An Act!: of Domestic Self-Sacrifice.
The-announcement of the death of
Mr. Thomas Martoft" Tilz HardiDge;
Berkeley recalls -aa act of -domes tcj
aelf-Saerificts which lew would be found!
to perforin. The story -of tbeEariibf;
Herkeleyand Miss Cole is well kflOTVb.;
TheJEarl ftndenfetecHyiaarried her pub-!
licly itt:l?9By. a series of forgeries
and perjuries! According to the decision
of tbe Housed ILords, be endeavored
to prove that he hacf-TriaTried herpri
vatelv at the beirinning of their iiiti-
';rfiacy. before their 'eldest son was born.
"TAindgmenl Tit he'Hoiise of: Lords'
ititiHuVtofk vibe, earldom. uj ri
Barfceterc tmt: be; refused- co:take tile;
l seat or tise the title, and o cast a glir
; legitimacy. In Scotland and every fln-i
ropean country bat England the Rom an
, i . . . r i i . f.i J
law wnicn. -recoguizeu legitimation ; py;
subsequent marriage prevails and the
dilemma ut petore mr, uerKeiey coma
McLure for Coroner. i
To the gdltor of The Observer: . , ' s a '
uaW frteafl of I Mr. J. L MeLhre present, hid
name to the voters of Mecklenburg cauntj, for the1
,offlc dt Coroner m Ue comuielectWJ Mr. Me
LnrerU a resident ol Xiriariottev-cqnseqaeutl
mal4w near the. centre ot the comiti and more
aooesable for the duties devolving npoBb tae ofBo
tiuui m . tesidtns in - am extreme . Dart. iOf thi
county.' He i in every way qualified foV the potli
tion, ana u a prompt ana energenp Dusroeta nai
X. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has given th
lady a world-wide reputation lor.dolDgigeod.0
la like a llrlng spring to the, vital consutution.
H er Blood 'Forifler wm 'domore' to cleanse the
channels of the circulation and.;parUlhe
the,.bodT thwi aU the;6anltarj devices of Ulfl
A woman has been killed by a process-server
The Dean of Windsor, domestic chap
lain to the Queen, is dead.
The receipts of peaches at Baltimore
this season will aggregate 1,500,000 box
es. Business is blockading some of the
transportation lines running out of
The Indian Government has issued a
loan of .512,500,000 to meet the expenses
of the troops it sent to Egypt.
Engineer Melville's wife was sent to
the' State Insane Asylum, at Norris
town, Pa., Monday.
Over 600 bales of new cotton arrived
at Norfolk, Va., Monday, by the Sea
board and Roanoke road.
The finance committee of the Phila
delphia councils has agreed upon 81.85
on the $100 as the tax rate for the next
The passengers and crew of E. C.
Height's yacht Princess, previously re
ported wrecked off Fox Island, Maine,
got ashore safe.
Rev. Dr. John S. Mitchell, who was
for over half a century a prominent
clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, died at Newburgh, N. Y., Mon
day, aged 83.
Up to Monday 5,670 carloads of
peaches had been shipped the present
season over the Delaware Division of
the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Balt
A comet was plainly seen with the
naked eye from Georgetown and Cen
tral City, Colorado, Monday about 11 a.
m. It was about live degrees from the
sun, ancLm a direction a trifle south of
It is said that President Arthur has
accepted an invitation to spend the first
four days of October in Boston. On Oc
tober 2 he will go to Marsh field and
participate in the centennial celebra
tion of Daniel Webster's birth.
Secretary Lincoln, who is staying at
Atlantic City, N. J., came over to Phil
adelphia Monday, met his private sec
retary, who had arrived from Washing
ton, at the Continental Hotel, signed
some official papers, and then returned
to the seashore.
According to the official returns, the
whole vote cast at the recent election
for Governor in Arkansas was 147,169,
of which Berry (Democrat) received
87,775; Slack (Rep.) 49,352; Garland
The report that yellow fever had in
vaded tho Bermuda Islands is denied.
A dispatch from Hamilton says that
the islands were never more healthy
than at present, and that there has
been no visitation of the yellow fever
Mr. Edwin Booth's recent engage
in London is said to have been soroe
of a failure from a monetary point of
view. lie is quoted as announcing his
irrevocable resolve never to play in
Chaos to Come Again.
special dispatches from Washington
City confirm all our worst fears as to
the manner of campaign to be wagea
in the South by the National Republi
can party. The outrage mill is to be
set to grinding. Ku-kluxlies are to be
told over again. The negroes are to be
aroused by a steady appeal to their pas
sions and race prejudicef. Coirajton
is to be the hand maid of power and
the South again taught that the party
in power will accord her neither sym
pathy nor justice. The campaign is
not of our choosing. Would to God
the race issue were buried as deep as
Republican honesty. But when the
Republican leaders are already pro
claiming that Grant stands ready to
march, with his bayonets upon the
whites of the South, and telling the
negroes to be ready for blood shed at
the polls, to call upon every white man
and every honest colored man to rally
to the Democratic standard, is but do
ing our simple duty.
Discovery of Oyster Beds.
Pall Mill Gazette.
The joy caused in gastronomic and
epicurean circles by Mr. Olsen's paper
on -The North Sea Fisheries" and the
great oyster discoveries there will be
shared by the whole oyster-eating
world. Two hundred miles of oyster
beds, thirty to seventy miles wide, of
splendid oysters within easy distance
ot the British coast, is a discovery to
which all those of Stanley and Living
ston sink into insignificance. One cu
rious feature about it is that the oysters
lie at a depth of. twenty-one fathoms,
thus disposing summarily of the preva
lent idea that oysters can only be raised
successfully' in shallow water. Ti e
man who invents a new dish, according
to some, the man who plants a tree, ac
cording to the Mohammedans, deservts
well of mankind; but what is the re
ward of a mau who discovers miles
acres of oysters? And yet all this is
tinged with the melancholy doubt
whether oysters will be cheaper in con
sequence. Infanticide in India.
Bombay Iudian Spectator.
Such is the force of an evil custom,
that even the Legislature cannot put
down the public offense to which the
custom gives rise. The Kunbis of Gu
jarata claos of gentlemen-farmers
have so much to spend on the marriage
of their daughters, that in spite of the
strictest police Vigilance, female infan
ticide is not even now quite unknown
in some parts. It is clear that the sev
erest penal law cannot put down this
unnatural crime. The government saw
this years ago; they wisely found out
the cause of the crime, and tried to re
move it. They induced the leading
Kunbi families to enter into a sort of
agreement with the caste not to spend
more than was strictly necessary on the
occasion of their daughters' marriage,
The result has been most salutary. Bat
lately the officials have observed a ten
dency on the Kunbi's part to revert to
his old extravagant habits.
The "Man about Town" of the At
lanta Constitution estimates that the
Southern people have lost $30,000,000 a
year for ten years past in cotton and
stock speculations. It would have
built, be says, and equipped, five times
the present railroad mileage of Georgia
and Alabama. We have wasted, he
says, $300,000,000 of money by betting
with outsiders on a hand that the out
siders stocked against us.
Care' for Sore Eyes.
One ounce of water, one-half tea-
spoonful of epsom . salts,, and a half
dozen dj-opsof laudanum, mixed wellj
It is claimed that the use of this prepa-;
ration .will .remove all , inflammation;
from the eye, and will also prevent one
from catchipg the sore eyes if used inj
time. Bathe the eyes in the solution
several times during the day, aid bathe1
ffieni ft eU; pa gojUgTy jbedj at nighty I
For Register ol Deeds.
To the KdUor of the Obsarrer. , i
I hereby taBoonee ttyaelft al cBnudate for the
office tf Register of Deeds forMeet fenbdrrcoun-f
tr. in the cause of the AaU-ProhlblUon Liberal
sire?5 - - - -,?- mm
1600 per year can be eaauy made at noma
working for B. e. Bldeont & Co 10 Barclay street
HewYoifc. Send for their catalogue and full -paij
Honiara, ,v ..,...!(;': nu-n 'f.n-ytM, r-a. 1
oem It tJ ' ' .
Another Boom in Past Due Coupons
and Old Securities.
Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist
The demand for Confederate binds
has been revived in this city, and one
or two firms are buying them up at
good prices. The fluctuation in these
"securities" is past finding out. One
time they have gone up to $7.50, $10
and $15 a thousand ; at any other it is
difficult to dispose of them at any price.
The old sensation about the gold depos
it in England to the credit of the Con
federate Government, has been about
exploded ; but it is supposed that some
new idea, equally visionary, has taken
its place; or it may be that the General
Government of the United States is
now buying them up to destroy them,
an put an end to future sensation and
A Millionaire's Palace Car.
Mr. Wm. H. Vanderbilt's new palace
car for his private use made its first ap
pearance at Saratoga last week. Its
designer claims that in elegance and
comfort this car excels even the car
owned by Baron de Rothschild, of Vi
enna, and in which be recently visited
Beyreuth. The Vanderbilt car includes
a sleeping room furnished with a bed
stead instead of a berth, a small parlor,
an office and a smoking room. It is in
tended whenever guests accompany
Mr. Vanderbilt to be connected by a
bellows cover with another car which
Mr. Vanderbilt has hitherto used.
The Corn Crop in the West.
Chicago, Sept. 18. Special dispatch
es report that the corn crop in every
direction has been wonderfully im
proved by the past two weeks of fine
weather. The crop will be a full three
quarters average. In Iowa it is thought
the yield will be the largest and best
ever known in that State. The corn
has hardened and is fast getting away
from danger by frost. The hot weath
er which still holds in Nebraska and
parts of Kansas has done no harm, the
crop being so forward as not to be af
fected. POLITICAL. APPOINTMENTS.
Senator Vance will address bis fellow-citizens
at the following times and
Graham, Monday, Sept. 21.
The chairman of the executive com
mittee in Davidson will please fix the
precise place for the speaking on the
13th, and cause it to be well posted.
Senator Ransom will address his fellow-citizens
at the following times and
Flint Hill, Friday, Sept. 15.
Jefferson, Saturday, Sept. 16.
Boone, Monday, Sept. 18.
Wilkesboro, Wednesday, September
Yadkinville, Thursday, September
Mocksville, Friday, Sept. 22.
Salisbury, Saturday, Sept. 23.
Friends at each of the above named
places are requested to provide a con
veyance to the next place, in order that
the appointments may be filled.
Route of Dr. Norment and Col. John
ston. Dr. Norment and Col. Wm. Johnston
have mapped out a route for the cam
paign and will address the people on
Liberalism, at the following places and
Monroe, Thursday, September 21st.
Beaver Dam, Friday, 22d.
Polkton, Anson county, Saturday 23d
Wadesboro, Anson county, Mohdav,
Albemarle, Stanly county, Tuesday,
Big Lick, Stanly county. Wednesday.
Furr's Store, Cabarrus county, Thurs
Mount Pleasant, Cabarrus county,
Concord, Cabarrus county, Saturday,
A Household Article for Universal
For Scarlet and
Sore Throat, Small
Pox, Measles, and
aU Comtagtoos Diseases. Persons waiting on
the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet Fever has
never been known te spread where the Fluid was
used. Yellow Fever has been cured with it after
black vomit' had taken place. The worst
cases of Diphtheria yield to it.
PITTING of Small
A member of my fam
ily was taken with
Small-pox. I used the
Fluid;; the patient was
not delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. J. W. Park
sons refreshed and
Bed Sores prevent
ed by bathing with
Impure Air made
harmless and jfjrined.
For Sore Throat it is a
Contagion ' destroyed.
For Frosted Feet,
Soft White Complex
ions secured by its use.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Breath,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Burns relieved instantly.
Wounds healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable to the sick
room. Wm. F. Sand
ford, Eyrie, Ala.
The physicians here
use Darbys Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Ulcers purified and
In cases of Death it
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy
sician, J. MARION
SIMS, M. D., New
York, says: "I am
convinced Prof. Darbys
Prophylactic Fluid is a
. Vanderbilt. University, Nashville, Tenn.
' 1 ' I testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T. Lufton, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbys Fluid is Recommended by
Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia ;
Rev. Chas. F. Deems, D.D., Church of the
Strangers, N. Y.;
Jos. LbConte, Columbia, Prof.,University,S.C.
Rev. A. J. Battle, Prof., Mercer University;
Rev. Geo. F. Pierce, Bishop M. E. Church,
INDISPENSABLE; TO EVERY HOME.
Perfectly harmless-Used internally or
externally for Man or Beast.
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evidence that it has done everything
here claimed. For fuller information get of your
Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. H. ZKTLTN & CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists, PHILADELPHIA.
joa FI3CHES3IE, Proprietor.
HE lA AT AL.E. HOURS
Day or night Tryon street, below Central Hotel
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WE ARE NOW READY TO SHOW
One of (lie Handsomest Stocks of Goods ever Shown ia' Charlotte.
Look at Our French Drer Pattern front $20.00 SSS.OO.
Onr M Comprises EYSRYTHIN& NEW In FANCY DRESS GOODS anl TRIM1NG?.
Silks, Satins, Moires, Ottomans,
SURAHS AND BROCADES in endless variety.
Cashmeres, Henriettas, Empress, Sboodahs, Silks,
VELVET, V I.VHINUN. FJnin and Ilrocade PLITSHE, FLANNELS
SXJI I'lNUS, KPL,L.r I !, Ac, Ac.
A HAND30MK LIMB OK
DOLMANS, CLOAKS, ULSTERS AND JACKETS'
Look at Them. TBONKS and VALldE 3, a large stock ot
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AT VBBY LOW PRICKS
We have anything jou want In BOOTS, 8H0KS, HATS and CAPS. PKABL SHIRTS, EVITTa' and
TUbNBB'o SHOES. The best 4-4 BLEACHING ever offered at 10c per rard; ask to ee It Give us a
call, as we will be glad to snow you everything we have, and It we don't sell you, it will not be because
o-jr prices are not low eeough.
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WE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR
Stock of Fall and link Clothing Daily,
And when complete, we will announce It and have a day set apart for a Grand Opening.
Remember, a Finer Stock Cannot be Shown by any House in the State,
ESPECIALLY OF THOSE GOODS
Which areMannfactnred in onr Home; fine Gent' Farnlnhtnr Coodt, the
Very Latest Style of HaU, dec
Look Oat for School Suits for Boys.
A Large Stock of CBILDBEN'S SUITS. Call and examine. Very Bespectf ally,
L. IBerwanger & Bro.,
LEADING FASHIONABLE CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS.
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VhQ!e3fifp .an; Retail Furniture Dealer,
Prettiest Stock of
TO THIS MARKET,