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CONFEDERATE DEAD BURIED NEAR WINcUEs
-fa.-We trust that the following circular,
which we find in the Winchester papers, will
eet with a hearty and material response
Abroughout the county:
"To the People of the South.-The recent
ottles around Winchester, Virginia, have
keft their traces in the many graves scattered
broadcaqt over an area of twelve miles radius.
'he dead were generally buried where they
f*l, and their rude graves are fast disappear
ing beneath the feet of men and beasts, free,
ftom the want of enclosuies, to go where they
"Those who died in the hopitals w-re
mostly buried in the old Episcopal grave
yard, but its enclosures have long been de
stroyed, and cattle grae over its whole exi
"The farming operatlons of next season,
the wear of the winter and the disappearance,
by removal and death, of those who were
nt at their burials, will in a.few munths,
e no knowledge of the testing place of
*any rrtyred dead.
"Impelled by these considerations, some of
the citizens of Winchester and vicinity have
determined to endeavor to c0lect these scat
tered remains in one cemetery, and surround
them by a substantial enclosure. This of
course, will require a considerable amount of
money. The means of our citizens are very
much diminished by the war and its results;
we are, therefore, induced to appeal to you
for aid in this matter, encouraged by Ihe be
lief that you will feel it a privilege, as well as
a duty, to pay this tribute of respect to the
memory of those who fell in your cause.
"Every Southern State has its representa
iwe among these fallen heroes ; we ask all,
then, for such contributions as they feel able
"Should we succeed :n rais?rn the neces
s&ry fun.s, it is proposed to remove the re
mamns on the 1st of April, 1866, and we would
respectfully suggest to all whose friends lie
under those battle-fields to disinter them by
that time if they wish to do so. In the re
moval every precaution will be tiken to pre
serve all means of indentification, and an ac
cessible record will be prepared of every
"All subscriptions may be sent to Mrs.
Philip Williams, or Mrs. Dr. A. II. U. Boyd,
"To Citizens of Winchester and 'Icinity:
In furtherance of the above object. all persons
who have graves of Confederate soldiers upon
Aheir lands are requested to report to Mrs.
flitlip Williams, or Mrs. Dr. A. 11. H. Boyd.
ASiApP-ovibgpspers are-reuested to copy.
"Winchester, Va., Nov. 26, 135-.
THE CONFEDERATE DEAD.-The Tallahassee
Foridian, makes a suggestion which will
meet with the approbation of the South, and
no generous and brave, honoraible man in the
North will object~ to its accomplishment. It
is meet and proper that we should honor our
dead, and that their remains now scatte-'ed
from the Potomac to the Rio Grande, should
tes gathered together and their resting place
harked by appropriate monuments. It is
oir right, as well as our solemn duty, to comn
Memiorate the glorio.us history of our kindred
dead, and we trust that th'e people of the
South will never forget what is due the South
ern dead. Here is what our Florida contemn
porary says ng on the subject:
"he United States Government, in the true
feeling of grateful patriotism, has taken steps
to rescue its dead from the many battle fields
and prison houses of the war, to reinter their
remains in National Cemeteries, where their
gres can be marked~ by suitable memorials.
Thsis laudable I this is iigh t.. EBut what is
to be done for the Confederate dead, scattered
from Gettysburg to the Rio Grande ? Will I
er their lost in like manner and place suitable<
memorials of affection over their graves ?- 1
We know not but that the suggestion might
be':ensidered disloyal, but surely every emno- 1
tion of the Southern heart would sanction a<
proposition to recover and honor the re- s
mains of the Southern .dead. Each State a
should take care of its own, as there is no 1
other power equal to the task. The United C
States Government has set the example-let
each of the resuscitated and restored States.
foblow in the same path of honorable devotion. 1
Bev. IDr. J. Cross, well known in the South I
as-a prominent minister in the Methodist Epis
copal Church, has withdrawn from that de- t
umetio, and is now in Ne w York, where <
he has become a candidiate for orders in the
Episcopal Church. In a private letter to the
editor of the Advocate, he says:1
"In making this change in my ecclesiasti C
cal relations, I have been influenced by nio C
feeling contrary to 'perfect love' towards thoser
with whom I have so long been associated in I
the work of the Lord. Their kindness to me
haalways been mnucW greater than my merit,
suad l am indebted to many among them for
- brotherly offees whbich I am sure i never
iAn forge Having been born and partly
reared in the Church of England, baptized by
one of her presbyters, contirmed by one o
her bishops, and early impressed with the
spiritnel beauty of ber worship, I feel that in
entering the Protestant Episcopal Church iI
am but returning to my mother. It is a
matter F have beeni meditating occasionally1
for many years.
* "' * After long deliberation. and
a seere mental struggle about abandoning
those whom t so dearly loved, and with whonai
my relations have beew so pleasant and proSt
able. I have at length reached the donclusion
that it is my duty to take this step ; and ask
ing counset of the Heavenly Wisdom, and I
conferring not with flesh and blood,and I now
bid you an uffectionate farewel."
We reciprocate the kindly feeling expressed
in thisr letter, and wish well to our friend
whereve? duty calls hime--So. Christian Ad
vocate, November 16.
W&ias S~i.--A Frenchman stoppeda
lad in the street to make some enquires of.
his whereabouts, I
" Mon tren, what is se with~e of ziz street?"
" Well, who said 'twan't ?" .
" What you call ziz street ?"
" Of course we do it !"
" Pardonnez ! I have not ze name you
"Yes, Watts you called it."
"Watts street, old fellar, and don't you go
to make game o'me.
"Sacre! I ask you one, two, tree several
times oftin, will you tell to me ze name of ze
"Watts street, I told yer. Yer drunk aint
"Men little fren, vere you lif, eh ?"
The religious belief of the deceased Presi
d'ent's of the United States, as indicated by
theit- attendance upon public worship, and
evidence afforded ih their writings, may be
summed up as follows: Washington,- Madi
son, Manroe,. Harrison, Tyler and 'ifaylot were
Episcopalians; Jefferson, John Adams and
John Quincy Adams, were Unitarians; Van
Buren was "of the Dutch Reformed Church ;
J ..kson, Polk and Lincoln were Presbyte
rians. Tbe surviving Presidents are Fillmore,
a nitarian; -Pierce nnd Buchanan. Episcopa
THE JAMAICA INSCRRECTIoN-TERRIBLE FATE
OF THE INSURGENT NEGRoEs.-Some of the En
glish journals denounce the horrible massa
cres committed by Governor Eyre and the
planters of Jamaica. One of them remarks :
"The accounts of the exploit of troops are
just like the accounts of sportsmen popping
away at pheasants in a pi-eserve, and when
after a month of it, on the 'th ultimo, the
new pit, dug at Morant Bay, for negro bodies,
was filled without any, -the general opinion of
the disappointed English settlers is reported
by the Jamaica Standard'x reporter as a uni
versal verdict of 'too soon,' in which he him
self heartily concurred. The IDaily News
says that if a thousandth part of the tales
narrated with heartiest applause by the Ja
maica papers are true, then 'hell itself has
broke loose in that wretched island. But the
demons are not the blacks, who burst into the
sudden fiy of a single day, and never after
ward offered the remotest show of resis
tance.' It is said that fifty lives have been
taken for every white person killed or wrund
ed in the eneute."
A war of races is the only kind which is
worse than a war for religion.
The National Intelligencer of Thursday
A delegation of prominent gentlemen be
longing to the Society of Fjiends, represent
ing thirteen different States, paid their res
pects to President Johnson,on Thursday last,
and were received in a frank and cordial man
ner, the interview being of the most agreea
ble and satisfactory character. In the course
of a free conversation upon the condition of
the country, the President was assured by
the delegation that they had not sought the
interview for the purpose of suggesting, and
much less dictating, a course of action in the
existing emergency. On the contrary, they
came to signify to him. their admiration of
character and confidence in his wisdom, and
to assure him of their hearty support in the
just and merciful policy which was guiding
FRom MEx,co.-The Times' Mexican corres
pondent says the liberal General Diaz is car
rying all before him, and the whole State of
Oajaca is in arms against the imperalists.
The liberals are masters of the whole coast
between Vera Cruz and Tuspan, also south of
Vera Cruz. Foraging parties of Austrians
have met several defeats,
Marshal Bazine writes to Mejia that the
Northern frontier is under the double protec
tion o[the Emperor of Mexico and Emperor
f the French.
LIVERPOOL, December 15.-Sales of cotton
for three days including Wednesday, 37,000
bales, of which 13,000 were taken by specu
ators and exporters. The market strong and
endency u.pwards. Americar; c :. a half
enny dearer since Friday. Flour active and
mchanged. Corn flat, and in somie instances
ower. Pork quiet ; no American stock on
The message of iPresident Johnson has been
avorably received. It is regarded as friendly,
nd United States bonds improved after its
The London Times says concerning the
nessage, that the part referring to England
ught to be received in a friendly spirit. The
'elegraph observes that the documuentreflects
he highest credit on its author, and furnish
s the world satisfactory auguries of peace.
A beautiful tribute to the women of the
kmth comes from the Nashville Banner :
Lef the late war stand in history as it may;
et it be damned as a hateful rebellion or un
~orridors of time with the acclamations of tbe
rorld, or with the anathemas of mankind,
rhatever it may be declared by a verdict o
istory, it will pass on ward before the eyes
f coming ages with many a glorious deed and
iany a noble martyr to illustrate ifs eventfd
enes, but with nothing more glorious and
eutiful to adorn it than the holy devotion
f Southern women.
A passenger left thirteen thousand dollars
a a sleeping car at Cleveland, and the money
~as found and restored to him by the colored
orter. The loser, with remarkab!e liberality,
ok out a five dollar bill and presented it to
e honest darkey, without asking for any
Hon. Thomas Corwin, Ex-Governor of Ohio,
inited States Senator in 1845, and Secretary
f the Treasury under President Fillmore,
ied in Washir.gton, D. C., on Monday after
oon last, from a paralytic stroke received thej DU(
revious Friday evening. His death called THIS
nm th unusual maifestations of personal 're-C
ret. One Hmt
.- -.-... - = 4 - - - --Pupils
A UnNted States revenue ofBi.er the other the time
ay received the following %noat :" "To Mr. lars a ye
~diams. I hey bin sellin chesnuts by the clusive o
wart to sum of the nabors, an the boys says both pay
shel be prosekuted if i dont have a lisense Due V
r get thiy chesnuts stamped onto. How much.
ave I got to pay for sellin a fu chesnuts." Enghi
One of the Supreme Court Judges of Ala- th."
ama is the Hion. Thomas J. Judge. It will the 2d o
hus be seen that they have a judge there opening
wbo is a Judge sure enough But when his Iry, with
iends call him "Judge," who is to know may wisi
hether they mean his title or his name ? tering th
to join tl
LONDoN, December 14.-The statement that sity, whi
lead Centre Stevens had arrived at Paris and Terms
safe, is confirmed. O'Donnel convicted of Green
'enianism has been senteuced to penal servi
ude for life. The London "Observer" says
hat Napoleon is apprehensive that Maximil-| rHA'I
ian will soon abdicate the Mexican throne. J.
- ---- + e +-- ----plication
Information has been received from the necessar
merican emigrants in Brazil. They are i Jan 1
hiefly Southerners and represented by Col.
Weod. They have selected a site for a town
It is reported that France has given Eng
rnd six months notice to terminate the Ex
~radition Treaty, because of the strict formali- NE
~ies reqiuired before French offenders are giv
n up. * Capital,.
The Roman Catholic churches in Baltimore.
sve juist contributed over $151,000 for the An irt
eeiofthe poor inthe Sonth.. DLd
What the United States Government is to be pa
~ayirg to the invader :"Max, get out ofvau,a
Mex., or I'lmix yer.' mixed.
----- ---+eany addi
Governor Eyre of Jamaica has been sus- ieleven 1,
ended from the exercise of his functionspen- and one
ling the official inquiry, and another has caben On re<
~emporarily appointed in his place. I ou are
---- - + + + - - ----option t<
In the court held for the trials of the Fen- Inot. t
ans, O'Donnel occepied the whole day in his Dianmont
wn defence. Be was insolent and sought to set of Je
xhaust the patience of the court. can they
Prsdn n ietr fte~n fte Aet
stt.Presid n-.M mn Directors-o h ako the yAgene
stat. Pruesident-P. MaxJ.FBra,irctrs- or ;ere
. C.nDkes,J .DVu,J.J ra,CF.evr C
Ianckel. ever kne
est Female College,
tittion opened in October with a f ull
sof Teachers, and has now present
reived at any time and charged fron
ontering. Tuition--Thirty-six Dol
rBoarding Ten Dollars a month, ex
f ashing and fuel. Tuition and board
bein specie. J. I. BONNER,
s, S. C., Dec. 1865. President.
3and Classical School
nrsigned will resume his SCHOOL it
ildings of the Furman U'niversity,OI
anary, to be continued until the re
he University on the 15th of Februa.
:ial referenece to those students wh<
crmnplete their preparations for en
e niversity, or who may have it in vies
si cademi~c Departmrent of the UTniver
r ill open at the same tim~e.
ofuition, $9 in specie for the six weeks
ueS. C. P. C. Edw~ards.
House to Rent
ey commodious dwelling west of Mr
Wai's residence, can be rented on ap
oMrs. Foot. On the premises are a!
Stuildings, also a good well of water
AT 0iF T,SALE
W ORK AND PRO VIDENC'E
.... .... .... ... $1,000,00(
EPOT, 197 BROADWAY.
nese stock of Pianos, Watches, Jewel
any Goods, all to be sold for ON]
ch, without regard to value, and no
fr till you see what you will receive
IFATES, naming each article and it
eaced in seale6 envelopes and1 wel
eof thes~e envelopes will be sent t<
eson receipt of 25 cents; five for $1
r$; thirty for $5; sixtydfive for $1(
udred for $15.
itof tbe Certificate yd will see wha
ing to have, and then it is at .youl
y the dollar and take th~e afticle 01
hsi-s may thus obtain a Gold Watch
g, a Piano, Sewing Machine, or an;
ry on our list for *1; and in no cast
tless than One Dollars' wor th, af
sewanted in every town in the coun
erson can: make $10 a- day,- .sellity
ifctes in the greatest sale of Jewelr;
.fra. Ctific.ae which will infomrn
New Goods !
J P. KINARD & SON, are now receiving
i and opening a fine se'ection of goods
At their residence 4 miles North of
Newberry, C. H.
Their stock consists in part of the following:
LADIES' DRESS 8018,
Prints, Delaines, Black Bombazine, Silks for
Ladies dresses, Flannel, bleached Homespun,
,Hoop Skirts, Jaconet, check Muslin, Ginghams,
Worsted goods, Black Alpacca, Ladies cloth
cloaks, Balmoral Skirts, Ladies' and men's Gloves,
Hosiery of all kinds, ladies' and gent's linen
handkerchiefs, Leather and Silk Belt, Ladies'
collars and cuffs, Gentlemen's collars, linen and
paper, Shirt Fronts, white and colored spool cot.
ton, needles, hair-pins, combs and brushes, &c.
Cassimere for Pants, Coats, Vests, and cloths.
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Of all kinds.
Kiives, Forks, Collins' Ares, Nails, Trace
chains, Buckots and Tubs, Sieves, Shoveli and
Spades, Chisels, Augers and Files, Gun caps, &c.
Also a good assortment of
Together with a fine lot of
Crockery - W are.
Sugar and Coffee, Teas, Pepper, Spice, Mack
erel, Cheese, Flour, Liverpool Salt, candles,
chewing and smoking Tobacco, Segars, Bagging
And in addition to the above a fine assortment
Toys aud Cofectionery,
We % ill buy all country produce, and pay catth
or exchange goods for the same.
We will also buy and pay the highest market
price for cotton. Any one wishing to ship their
cotton to Charleston, New York or Liverpool,
can do so by application to us. We will make
advancements on shipments from Charleston.
nov 29 49 J. P. KINARD & SON.
A New Face in an Old Place!
H ANI NG assumed the Proprietorship of the
Martin House, It will hereafter be known
as the Newberry Hotel. I will use my best en
deavors to supply the table with good, nutritious
and well-cooked food. My servants are cleanly
and attentive. Every eflort will he put forth for
the comfort of my guests. I invite the traveling
public to give me a call. I will make my terms
as reasonable -as possible so as to accommodate
visitors from the country, business men, clerks
and others, who may wish to patronize me. Feel
ing the necessity and importance of a well-kept
public house, I will do all that I can to e.atablish
the'samne. H. L. EPTING.
Newiberry, Dec. 13, 1835.
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY for some one to
make money ! I now offer for sale my
playe where i114, with the TAN VARD and all its
FIXTURES. Everything complete for carrying
on an extensive business. Hides, Bark an^d Cop
per Boilers, &c., and a nunmber of vats of Leather,
in Tan, A No. 1. The labor of Tanners can be
procured witn Lewis the currier. Or I will sell
the place without the Tannery. Any one pur.
chasing the Tan Yard Place, can have an opportu
nity of buying my Plantation on Bush River, Two
Hundred and Eighty acres-about eiglity Acres
Also a neat Dwelling House; with two acres of
land, with good kitchen and a well of water, in the
yard. Something over one mile from Kew berry,
on the road leading to Helena. Also a new Port.
able Steam Engine, eight horse power, never has
been run. Everything in complete order. For
further information apply to the subscriber.
Dec 13 51 4 I BIERFIELD.
The State of South CarolIna.
By John 7. Peterson, Esq.,Ordinary of.ew.
W1 IIEREAS, John S. Birge, and L. B3. Maf.
Vfet~ have applhied to me for Letters of
Administration, on all and singular the goods
and chattels, rights and c.redits of Wiley Bridges,
late of the District, aforesaid, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to be and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be
holden at Newberry Court House, on the 15th day
of Jan. inst., to shew cause, if any, why the
said Administration should not be granted.
Given under my band, this 1st day of Jan.
in the year of our Lord one thousand eighi
hundred and sixty-six.
J 1-52-2t. JOHN T. PETERSON, O.N.D.
STATE OF SOUTH C'AR OLINVA.
B~y Johrn T. Peter'soni, Eng., Ordinary of New
W TUEREAS, Pa;id A.. Dickert has appliec
VYto me for .Letters q[Administration
on all and singular the goods and chattels
rights and credits of James L. Cromer, late o
the District, aforesaid, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish al
anid singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, al
our next Ordinary's Court for the said district, tc
be holden at Newberry Court House,;on the 12t1
day of Jan. next, to shew cause, if any, why
the said Administration sho'uld not be granted
Given under my hand and Seal, this 29th day
of Dec., in the years of 6ur Lord one thousand
eigh t hundred and sixty-five.
D 29-52-2t. JOHN T. PETERSON,- 0. N.- .
THE STATE OF. SOUTH CAROLINA,
B y J. T. Peterson, Ekg., Ordinatry of New
X, HEREAS, E. P. Chalmers has applied tc
al an me for Letters of Administration, on
aladsingular the goods and chattels, rightt
and credits of John C. Chalmers late of tha
distdt, aforesaid deceased:
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
our next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be holden at Newberry Court House, on the
12th day of January next, to shew cause, if any
why the said AEdministration should- lit be
Given under my hand this 29th day of Dec.
inhe year of our Lord one thousand eight
hudred and sixty-five.
D 29-52-2t. JOYHN 7. PETERSON, O.N.D.
T-lRTJASCT.. HILnvingr rove o t he woe
II.L JEFFERS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFICE 118 EAST BAY,
will give prompt attention to tie sale of
Cotton and other Produce,
For the shipment of Cotton to the most reliable
Houses in Europe and the North. And Emake
liberal advances on the same when in hand fdr
sale or shipment.
WILL BUY GOODS for Merchants and Far
mers to order. WILL RECEIVE AND FOR.
WARD GOODS. WILL BUY AND SELL Gold
and Silver. WILL NEGOTIATE the Sale of
Plantations, Lands and Tenements, when placed
in their care. And on this subject we beg leave
respectfully to say to our friends and the public,
that as we were born and raised in the State, and
engaged in busivess for thirty years, and baving
travelled extensively over the State, and well ac
quainted with the location, soil and climate, and
feeling in the closest degree identi6ed with you,
we flatter ourselves that we can be of great ad
Aantage to those who wish to sell their lands or
plantations. We are now in'correspondence
with friends who are natives of this State, but re
cently located in New York, which will give us
additional fauilities for finding the most desira
ble purchasers. We therefore off&r our services
to those who wish to dispose of their lands, etc.
To such we say, send us a plain written descrip
tion of your property; the district in which it is
located; whether North, South, East or West,
and the distance from the county site; how wa
tered and the character of the streams; number
of acres, and how many cleared and in cultiva
tion ; and, as near as you can, the number of
acres in bottom and upland ; and your price per
acre; with $25 to cover expense of advertising!
and we will serve you to the best of our ability.
IN FACT, give their personal and undivided
attention to every interest committed to their
care. H. L. J. & CO.
I most respectfully beg leave to return my sin
cere thanks to my friends and the public for their
long and liberal patronage. Ithank them. And
now, as the late disastrous and fatal war is over, I
am again established in this city; and (as it were)
commencing anew ; I therefore assure my friends
and the public that my personal attention and
energy shall be faithfuly given to every interest
committed to my care. Hence I most respect
fully appeal to all my friends and the public, and
solicit a share of patronage. Born and reared
among you, and thirty years devoted to business
under your own eye, is my reference.
Nov 8 tf H. L. JEFFERS.
Edwin Bates & Co.,
124 Meeting Street,
C A R EST ON, S. C.,
Wholesale dealers in
Are now receiving a large assortn.nt of STA
PLE DRY GOODS purchased dpring the recent
decline, and offer them'r
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Shall have a complete stock of CLOTHING
manufactured for the Spring trade.
Attention of merchants solicited.
dec6 850 4t
Jacob Sulbacher & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS & SHOES,
LADIES' & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
MILLNERY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS;
Groceries, Segars, &c.
Assembly Street,b~e/u'een JIkin &Wash ington.
COLUMBIA. S. C.
Dec ?3 51 tf
Plain & Japar nied
T HE following useful articles have just been
received at WRIGHT'S TIN SHOP:
JAPANED TEA and COFFFrE CANISTERS.
" Pepe Boxes.
"Fancy Cups. for children.
Pressed of Seamless Pans, assorted Sizes.
Large Iron Spoons, &c.
In addition to the above, I have on hand a good
assortment of PLAIN TINWARE, and having
received a good supplj of the very best material
-both of TIN and SHEET IRON, I Will manu
facture in the neatest and rfnest sub.etantial man
ner, all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Stov~e
Piping, &c., usually kept in a well-regulated Tin
It is my intention to work r.one but the very
best Stock, and having had sixteen years practi
cal experi-ence in the 'finning business, and be
ing desirous of establishing a reputation for my
shop which few others have, I think 1 shall be
able to please the most fastidious in every par'
ticular. All kinds of Job Work and Repairing
done at short notice.
Oct 25 44 lmo WILLIAM T. WRIGHT.
Office G'r. Az- C.~ R. R.
NEWBE~RRY, S. C., Sep. 4, 1865.
A LL FREIGHTS will be received at this De
.t.pot, and shipped without pre-payment, for
other than Way Stations. Freight to Way Sta
tions must be pre-paid as heretofore.
The Company cannot collect other than their
own Fr-eight over the Road, nor be responsible
for cotton after leaving the cars.
JOHN B. ItAsSALLE,
Sep. 6, 3'7-tf - Gen'l Sup't.
DR. J. E. DAPRAY,
O FFICE on the North side of Main-street, for
merly occupied~ and known, as the ?rw
Office of 9. G. DeWalt, Esqr.
D'r. Dapray is now prepared to perform all ope
rations at the OLD PRICES for CASH..or its
equivalent. Chloroform ad'ministered when de
Newbxexry, June 1, '65.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
rTHE EXERCISES of this Instituteon will be
Fancl and Staple DU Sald
Fine Black Alpacca.
Wbite, Colored and Red Flann&t
Sea Island Bleached Homespun;
Sea Island Homespun.
Cassimere for Pants.
Hoop Skirts, for Ladies and Childret.
Cambric, all colors.
Ladies Beautiful Broadcloth Cloak*
Braid for Dresses.
Ladies and Men's Gloves.
White Hose, ialf Hose.
Ladies and Children's Hoods.
Fancy flair Combs.
Ladies and Gents Linen llandkerchieWt
Leather and Silk Belts.
Scarf4, all sizes and prices.
Spool Cotton, Needles.
Coat, Pant and Vest Buttons.
Children's Wool and Merino Hose.
Black and Colored Flax Thread. -; r
Blea-!hed and Unbleacbed Canton fIapin-:
Hooks and Eyes, Silk Thread.
Vail Stnff-Green, Brown and Blue.
White, Black ard Colored Spool Cott4.
Hair Combs, Dress Combs, Pocket Combsi
Coats, Vests, Pants.
Linen and Paper Collars.
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS,
Boots-an. excellent stoek.
Ladies and Men's Shoes, all stylas, sizes
nnmbers and prices.
Hats and Cloth Caps.
Ilajir Oil -____
Fancy ToiTlet S'oaps.
Brown W indsor Soap.
MISCE LLA NEOUJS
Wool and Cotton Cards.
Nails, No.'s 4, 6, 8 and 10.
Knives, Razors anid Strope.
Spectacles arnd Spectacle Cases.
Watch Crystals, Keys and Guards
Copperas, 10 cents per pound.
Blue Stone, 25 cents per p'ound.
Trun,ke, Valises, Carpet Bags.
Tubs, Buckets, Brooms, Sifters.
Ink, pens, Writing Paper and Envlpea
Blacking and Brushes.
Table Spoons, Tea Spoons.
Fancy French Confectionery.
Large and assorted stock of Toys.
Plates, Cops and Saucers.
Ewers and Basins.
Cream Pitchers.- *
Green and Black Tea.
English Dairy CheeSe.
No 1 Mackerel.
Crackers, Soda, Batter and Fumi
Raisins, Pepper, Matcbes, Starch~
All kinds Winei
Porter and Ale.
SEGARS, TOBACCO AND
Adron's Fins Cut Chewing Tobsc
My entire Stock was scteby~
complete in every line. To acom" dt
customers and prepare for an incraaiit
I have enlarged my stor doblitf5#
size where the present beautiful spl
goods can be seen to greater advs0tJ.
will sell the above goods TE PERc CsE inf
than any other house.