Newspaper Page Text
T. F. GRENEER} EDITOBS.
dEO. . CROMER.
NEWBERRY, S C.
THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1883.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
- .Te&ariint obgbmtresped&Fam
- N4W3JIn~?devoted to the mater~i in
people of thisCounty and the
It ciranlatea extensively, and as an
:;JAin fa4n mdua ofers unrivalled ad
e or Terms.see rpage.
A DAY OF RECREATION.
The Abbeville Medium is not in
- favor of repealing the law setting
apart the first Monday in each
:month, for public sales. Hear the
Medium: "While it may be a fact
that the day is made an occasion,
by some for having a jolly good
tim, and spirits of corn and rye
are, by others, imbibed a little too
freely, there are many reasons why
the law should not be abolished.
The farmers are a hard working
class and like recreation as much
as editors, lawyers and other men
of business. It is a real treat to
have a day upon which all this class
can come to town, see their friends
and give themselves up to a little
pleasant recreation. We had just
as well use the same argument as
phe HERALD does about salesday,
against the observance- of Christ
mas.. No day is more sadly abused
than. this great christian holiday."
It will be observed that our con
temporary speaks of many reasons,
but gives only one-it is a day of
recreation for the farmers. Pre
cisely why the Medium withholds
the other reasons, it is difficult to
conjecture, unless it regards ,the.
one which it does give, as con
vincing. That reason, for by court
esy we must call it a reason, does
not amount to a row of pins when
placed by the side of the train of
erils attending salesday, which we
mentioned in a former editorial.
Honestly, what our contemporay
says, has very much the appearance
of a sweet tidbit flung out to catch
the attention and please the taste of
the "hard-working farmers ;" and
X - we were not so impressed with the
utter absice of any good reason
for th~ institution known as sales
day, until the Medium saw fit to
The Medium gives Up the game,
when it compares salesday to Christ
mas holiday. We have about six
legal holidays already, besides Sun
days and-Saturdays ; does our con
temporary long for twelve others ;
does it 'want to convert salesday
~- into a legal holiday ? Christmas
comes at a season when fhe farmers
can afford to be idle ; it is a time
honored Christian holyday, and it
is a legal holiday. On a holiday
business is supposed to be suspend
ed ; on salesday we are often comn
pelled to 'suspend business, by a
roUlieking, roistering crowd. The
first Monday of the month is a
S busy day among business men, and
it comes twelve times a year; though
': the crowd does not come quite so
often. But, the Medium, as if con
scious that it has proved nothing
1but the weakness of its position,
~- would advise the HERALD to think
i.over 'the matter and see if it will
ochange its mind." We have
* thought over tbe matter ; we are
not able to see any~good reasons iii
favor of salesday, and we are at a
loss to know tbe "reasons" held ini
reserve by our esteemed contempo
rary. Bring them out ; we are ready
to be convinced.
The Stocking Factory at the Pen
itentiary has begua. work, and the
correspondent of the News and Cou
rir-being less modest than the
editor of the Observer, is happy
over the fact that hie has caught
a "glimpse of a stocking." It
is said that next month the
mill -will turn out from 3,000 to
3,600 pairs a day. And it is pro
posed to increase the capacity next
fall to 12,000 pairs a day. Mr.
Moulton the owner of the factory
has made a contract for ten years, for
the labor of 200 c%nvicts, if so many
can be spared, at 50 cents a day
for each man, and 37 cents a day,
for women and boys.
Piedmont College, the institution
recently erected at Pickens by Dr.
Riley, formerly of Adger. College,
was dedicated to the cause of learn
ing, on the 20th. Addresses were
delivered by Col. Coward and Dr.
Goyern'or Boyto, of Georgia,
"was married a few days ago, to a
Miss Harris, The .belief was not
correct, then, that he was wedded
to the grovernorship.
Lynching has become so common
that it no longer excites surprise,
"Some of our secular exchanges
of late have falleninto the.haba of "
downright lying, and leaving their
incredible tales to be blieved by
the ignorant and superstitious." -
Thus saith the Lutheran Visitor;
and, in so saying, it makes a very
serious charge against "some of our
secular exchanges." If it were so,
it was a grievous fault, and the pub
lie should demand that "some of
our secular exchanges" return to
the habits of truth and sobriety
from which they incontinently fell
"of late." A newspaper- Ifs -no
right to tell incredible tales and
leave them "to be believed by the
ignorant and superstitious," or any
body else; though when one is
given to tale-telling; we prefer in
credible tales, as the least injurious,
for how the, ignorant .and. supersti
tious can believe incredible tales,
'Fe fail to - understand. There is
no doubt that the .press has many
A call has been. issued for a Na
tional conventions.of - colored men,
to be held in Washington on the
24th of September, 1883, for con
sideration of the present and fu
ture condition of the, negroes of this
country, and of the best method of
securin:g to them the full enjoyment
of their social and political rights.
The call is made by a convention
of colored people of the District of
Columbia, of which Fred. Douglass
is Chairman. South Carolina is
entitled to 25 delegates.
The Irish National Convention of
America was in session in Phila
delphia last week. The body was
very respectable, and the meeting
was temperate and moderate. The
resolutions adopted were a severe
arraignment of English rule, and a
stinging rebuke to the English
government in Ireland. Alexander
Sullivan, a brilliant young lawyer
of Chicago, was elected president of
the Nationl League, which was
organized to aid in, achieving self
government for Ireland.
The Milwaukee female lawyer
who was put in jail for throwing a
glass of water into the Judge's face,
is-made of stern stufff. Being inter
viewed in jail she said:
"I shall stay . here-ten years be
fore I will pay that fine or allow
any one else to pay it. I shall.
send after my wrape and slippers,
get some reading matter, and make
myself' as- comfTortable 'as possible.
Judge Xallory can't subdue me.
He has not heard the last of this."
The colored people of Greenville
have begun a diminutive-.ewspa
per, called "The Greenville News
Carrier and Teller." The Green
ville News wishes them abundant
success, and gives them this en
couragement: "The New York
Herald was once about the size of a
R. B. Hayes who once resided
in the White House is said to be a
candidate for postmaster of his
own town of Fremont, which, pays
a salary of about $2,500 a year.
He made a very good President,
and is no doubt well qualified for
the position to whioh he now as.
The cyclone in Barnwell on the
23rd was furious and destructive
It overturned houses, killed stock,
uprooted trees, and laid waste the
county for a distance of fifteen
miles. In one neighborhood con
sistinig of five large plantations, not
a house was left standing.
At the annual meeting of the
Sibley Maufacturing Company, of
Augusta, on the 25th, the President
reported that the net profits for the
year were $1,600. A resolution
was adopted authorizing the issue
of $400,000 of bonds. The prop
erty has already cost $1,090,000.
At a meeting of the Grand
Lodge of Good Templars, at Spar
tanburg, on the 25th., T. B. Crews
and Jas. McCullough were elected
delegates to the Right Worthy
Grand Lodge. which meets in
The South Carolina Railroad
Conpany has made a contract with
a refrigerator car company, by
which Charleston is to exchange
fresh strawberries and other vege
tables for fresh meats from the
Judge James Fitz James Stephen,
an English jurist is in favor of the
whipping post. He admits that he
has no sympathy with the human-1
itarian cant concerning the whip
Physicians recommend Shriner's
Indian Vermifuge. in their practice
as a superior article for aiestroying
and expelling 'horms. Only 25cets
a bottle. For Sale by Dr. S. F.
F1Ty Buj s ON TwENTY AcEss
-Mr. W. P. J~swers, of Webstae
Couty, Gs, last year xedde fit
ales, aversging a little over 50(
pomuis,. oP twenty acres of land
1 e following is lis plan
Laid off the rows four feet aparl
with a two-horse plow,_ following
that with wide scooter drawn by ono
horse. In this furrow he put thirt
bushels of cotton seed to the aere
Bedded on this with a two-horsE
turning plow;. following each fer
row with a scooter drawn by on4
horse. 'At planting opened withi
large scooter, in the furrow put tw<
hundred pounds of guano to thi
acre, and on this sowed his see<
and covered them.' Sided this wit]
a scooter at first plowing, and whei
ready for the second plowing put ii
two hundred pounds more of gan<
to the acre, in these scooter furrows
and cbvered it up with a sweep
No hoeing was done as the cottoi
grew so rapidly as. not to require it
Mr. Jowers says if he. lived close t<
a' railroad depot he would use o
thousand pounds of' guano to thi
The election cases . have beei
postponed to the November term o
the United States: Conrt. Judgi
Bond says that any United State
Commissioner who has sense enougl
to be a commissioner, has sensi
enough to understand his letter o
instructions. For once. the Judgi
The Anderson Intelligencer ha
been advocating railroads and fac
tories; now it advocates the erec
tion of a college at Anderson
"One thing at a time and that we]
done." But, the children of thi
factory hands will need a goo4
school; the Intelligeeer is right.
Last week a tree fell on a bugg
in which were riding the wife an<
daughter of Dr. S. J. Lee, mcmbe
of the Legislature, from Darlington
The daughter, whose name was Lil
ly, was crushed to death, and hot
It transpired in a London Cour
a few days ago that a secret societ;
in New York has been sending it
emissaries to England to blow ul
the public buildings. England i
in a ferment of fear, excitement an<
The Lexington Dispatch says
'We learn that warnings and col
ans have been left at the doors o
several parties in Black Creek town
ship, who have torn down thei
rences in' accordance with the stoci
Columbia had a $33,250 fire las
Mionday. Tb.. ice factory of C. C
Elabenicht, and some surroundin
buildings were destroyed. IHabe
micht is German, and means, ".
bave not." Strange !
The Boston Advertiser thinks-'tha
f South Carolitia is not represent
3d in the 'Boston Exhibition nex
gall, "the fact will not fail to b~
:ommented on, to the prejudice o
In our last weeks editorial or
[lomestead, read "ten hundred," in
stead of "fifteen hundred," and the
roposed amendment will be cor
Last week Eliza Pin,kston, the
'amous Louisiana witness in thE
F.lectoral controversy of 1876-77
lied in jail at Canton, where shE
was serving a term for larceny.
Just now, Joseph -E. Brown is
ipoken of as a suitable persou
'or the chairmanship of the Na.
ional Democratic Executive Coin
Gen. Fitzhugh Lee added more
han $3,000 to the funds of the
outherri Historical Society by his
-ecent lecturing tour througho~ul
There was not one applicant for
Lypointment to the Annapolis Naval
Academy from the First Congres
lional District. Afraid of the tesi
>f color blindness?
A son of Dr.. Lander, of Wil
iamston,. is the author of an in
~enious. invention for holding toolh
o the grindstone while they are
The "noble red nian" is still giv
ng Uncle Sam trouble. .But this is
iatural, for Uncle Siam has giver
iim a legion of troubles.
The Otangeburg Times and Dem.
crat, one of the best of our ex.
:hanges, has been enlarged and im
The Italians say that William
V. Astor. our minister in Rome,
mas more money than manners.
Leprosy caused si.xteen deaths in
he United States during the cen
Col. W. H. Folk will deliver the
ddress at the memorial celebration
a Edgefield on the 10th instant.
WVho Cares for Orphans?
Homeless, fatlerless and needy,
they are not friendless. The tr'ne d
god of earth.have the cause of the or
phans at heat. At Clinton, South
Carolina, they have bought a hand
some property. have built two neat and
commodious ,dfellings and are now
f:nishing off a handsome three story
"-Orphan Seminary." Here, in the
Thornwell Orphanage, forty orphans
are fed, clothed and educated, and
- this good work has been going on for
eight years past. In this beautiful
country home-school, they are trained
in a life of freedom, innocence and in
dpatry. Our girls, noble little women
that they are, do all the cooking, wash
ing, house-cleaning &c. Our boys are
equally industrious. : They are taught,
too, in the things of the heavenly King
dom and the broad' realm of nature
It is a noble charity to pity the
fatherless, especially the deserving,
and these are, indeed, deserving. Their
support comes day by day, as Elijah's
came at Cherith. God provides it.
And, you, reader may be as the raven,
whom God selected to carry the daily
- portion. Gifts of clothing, provisions
of all kinds, books, &c.,.send directed
simply to Tliornw'ell Orphanage.
Gifts of money, send by register let
ter, or check on New York, or Postal
order on Newberry, C. H., to Rev.
Wm. P. Jacobs, President, Clinton, S.
Can't Be Cured !
Who says so ? "The best physicians have
been consulted, and they all agree that the
case is beyond the reach of medicine." Have
you -tried the new Vitalizing Treatment,
which acts directly upon the great nerve
centres, and gives to all the' vital organs a
f higher activity? "No; never heard of. It.
What is it called ?" Compound Oxygen.
"Oh! yes, I have seen it advertised, but sup
posed It to be one of the medical humbugs
of the day." If all that we have read about
the cures it is making is true, it is the most
wonderful therapeutic agent ever discovered.
"Where can it be obtained?" Only of Drs.
- Starkey & Palen, 1109 Girard Street, Phila
delphia. Now, take our advice and write to
- them, giving a statement of your condition.
You will get a prompt answer, AND IT WILL
COST YOU NOTHING, AS THEY MAKE NO
1 CHARGE FOR CONSULTATIONS. If, like your
physicians, they see no hope In your case,
" they willtiionestly tell you so. But if. they
have treated similar cases successfully, they
will, in making a favorable report, send such
evidence of their professional integrity and
skill, and such reports of cases which they
have treated, as can hardly fail to give you
r confidence both in them and their new and
wonderful Treatment. ALL THIs, AS " WE
HAVE SAID, WILL COST YOT NOTHING.
r Apr 22, 17--2t.
ECLECTIC MAGAZINE.-The May num
ber of this sterling old magazine is as bright
- as a spring day, and contains something to
gratify and satisfy every variety of taste.
The following is its table of contents: "Jon
athan Swift;" "The Limits of Science," by
Rev. George Edmnndson; "The Humorous
In Literature," by J. Henry Shorthouse;
t "Brazil and her Railways," by Charles War
ing; "FIUTER AvE ATQUE VALE," by Al
fred Tennyson, "Boys;" "Under the Snow,"
a story, by Mrs. Katharine S. Macquold;.
"Recent French Novels, "The Sea Calls,"
by James Addington Symonds; "Wagner
and Wagnerism1" by Edmund Gurney; "A
Persian Carpet,' by Frederick Boyle; "Trans
ferred Impressions and Telepathy." by Ed
mund Gurney and Frederick W. H. Myers;
"Au Indian Festival; "Miss Dairsie's Diary,"
by Lady Lindsay; "Comhmon-sense in' Dress
and Fashion," by Lady Paget; "Work and
Overwork," by Dr. J. Milner Fothergill;"My
Library;" Literary Notices; Foreign Liter
ary Notes; Science and Art; and Miscellany.
Published by E. R PELTON, 25 Bond
Street. New York. Terms, 65 per year;
- single copy, 45 cents; Trial subscription for
three months, $1.
The Gaffney Carolinian will here
after have a temperance column,
edited by Mrs. C. E. Gilbert
Memorial Dayv was observed in
Montgomery, - Savannah, Atlanta,
On the 29th, April, 1883, at Jalapa,
by Trial Justice J. B. Campbell. Mr.
PINCKNEY DENSON, of Liberty Hall,
and Miss SALLIE GLENN, of Long
Lane, Newberry, S. C.
Last night at the home of the bride's
father, Miss ROSA L. DOnnOH to Mr.
FRANK Z. WILsoN, by the Rev. Jno.
D. Pltts, of Laurens.
April 25th, by the Rev. J. Hawkins,
D. D., ARCHIE MILLS, Esq., to Mrs.
AMANDA HARM[AN-all of Newberry
At the residlence of the bride's father
last night, Miss ELLA LONGSHORE to
Mr. JOHN R. SPEARMAN.
willeure 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.
is the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations will.
Ladiesand all sufferers from neu
ra,lgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plints wil fnd it without an equal.
This stock is complete.in.all.its varietik
"My Stock of Ge
has been selected with -great care and c
Low Quarters and Gaite
All orders addressed to my care wi
COLUMBIA, S. Co
May 2, 1S-tf.
OF THE SEASON.
Spring has been very slow in putting
in an aapearance, but it has
come at last,
And so has our stock
of Staple and Fancy
onsisting of a very nice small selec
tion of dress goods of
EVERY SHADE, PR[CE AND
Notions, Hosiery, Gloves, and as for
White Goods and Hamburg Edge
iags, Laces, .Trimmings, and
Ladies,, Fine Neck Wear, it
is perfectly superb.
From the fact that we had to take from
all the manufacturers whatever
they had left, we propose to
blow our own horn,.and say
right here that we have
not bought all the goods
in the maiket, but we .
do intend to sell
all of our woods as
low as we can afford, but we cannot
afford to sell goods at less than the raw
(1ELL 1S FOR OUR 8110
We only had a few pairs manufactured
from the scraps that were left, and we
ave got up in that way, a very fine
electi?on of Ladies, Misses and Men's
Every pair'warranted at
We had almost fotgotten to mention
OUR HAT STOCK,
nd now say that it is very fine, for we
ave just had a Band put .on an old
traw Hat, and( had a Black Stiff Brim
med Hat Dyed.
The trade iwhen in the city will not
Lse anything b)y examinin'g our stock.
11lE PARASOL8 AND F1NS,
tre just lovely, come and see them
To sum tip the matter we canniot sell
nods for nothing for we have to pay
[ouse Rent, Clerk Hire, Iusuranic:and.
axes. But if our old patrons and the
ublic generally in passing will only
rop in on us, and furuish the wrap
ing paper anzd twine, we will just
brow in the goods, and no qusstions
Yours with care,1
Cotton Mill Notice.
The subscriptions to. the Capital
~tock of the Newberry Cotton Mills
aing reached the sum of one hun-i
red and fifty thousandDollars a meet
ag of the Subscribers to said Newber
y Cotton Mills is h,ereby called to be
eld at Knights of Honor Hall New
erry, S. C., on Monday May 7th 1883,
t 12 o'clock for the purpose of organi
R. L. McCAUJGBRIN,
GE O. S. MOWER,
J. N. MARTIN,
J. 0. PEOPLES,
B. H1. CLINE,
Committee of Coporators.
May 2nd 1883, 18-1t.
The Town Council of Newberry here-I
y. give notice that they will proceed~
>o elect a Clerk and Treasurer ; one
hief of Police ; four Policemen ; one
treet Overseer, at 8 o'clock on Satur
ay night, the 5th day of May next..
alaries-Chief of Police, For&y Dol
rs per month'; eneh of the four Po
cemeni, Thirty-five.Dollars per month;
~treet Overseer, Thirty Dollars per*
onth. Tiie pollee force will be re
uired to purchase at their own ex
~ense two suits of blue uniform.
Also at the same -tinme sealed bids
vill be received for the printing of the
['own Council during this Council year.
On this the 25th day of April, 1883
By order of the Town Council.
JOHN S. FAIR.
t. Clerk and Treasurer.
ietee of the Appointmnent of a
Board of Assessors for Town
of Newberry, 8. C.
Notice is hereby given that under
ection 18 of the Charter of Town of
fewberr. S. C., Messrs. Allan John
on, Wmn. T. Tarrant and B. H. Cline
re appointed a Board of Assessors to
tssess the real estate of the Town. of
iewberry, S. C., for the purpose of
vyng aftax on the same-for the fiscal
testimony whro ,Young John
Pope, have lrereunto set my hand
as Mayor. of Newberry, S. C..
L.s.] and caused to be affixed hereunto
the official Seal of said Town'on
the twenty-fifth:day of April, A.
YOUNG JOHN POPE,.
4cge Stock of
s and styles. : -
nts' Fine Shoes
an furnish you all the styles.
11 b 6ilff ~4
:SPABTANBRG CO., S. C.
The Proprietors of this Celebrated
Watering Place respectfully announce
that it wilt be opened this Season on
the 1st of May under the same man
agement as last year.
TERMS OF BOARD.
Per-day... ......... $ 2 00
Per week. .... . ..... 12 00"
Per nio:ith........... 30 00
Children under ten years of age and
colored servants, half price. Liberal
reductions for largeafamilies.
Messrs. A. Tanner & Son, will run, a
daily Stage Line from Spartanburg
and Glenns, making the best rail road
S&- Special attention given to ship
ping of Water. i
SIMPSON & SIMPSON,
May 3, tf. Proprietors.
We will sell, at the Town of Pros
perity, S. C., on, Thursday, the 17th
day of May next,. at. 11 o'clock. a. in.,
the following lands belonging to the
estate of David Kibler, deceased, to
Lot No. 1 containing 1 44-100 acres.
Lot No. 2 containing 1} acres.
Lot No. 3 containing l acres
Lot No. 4 containing 1 3-100 acres.
Lot No. 5 containing 1 acre.
Lot No. & containing 2 34-100 acres.
Lot No. 7 containing.2 38400 acres..
Lot No. 8 containing 121 acres.
Lot No. 9 containing 22 36400 acres.
TERMS OF SALE -One half in cash
and the balance on a credit of twelve
thonths with interest from day of sair
-the credit portion to be secured by
the bond of purchaser and a mortgage
of the premises. Plots are now ready
for exhibiton and will-be exhibited on
day.of sale.. - --
REBECCA W. KTBLER,
DRAYTON W. T. KIBLER.
As Executors of the .last will of
David Kibler, deceased.
Newberry, S. C., 25th day of April,
The creditors of Mack' C4oppock~, de
ceasedl, are notified to render in their
laims properly attested to the under
signed on or before tihe 1st day of June
next, as on that day he will apply to
the Probate Court-for final discharge
from his administration of the estate
of said deceased.
JOHN W. COPPOCK,
April 25, 1883, 17-3t. Adm'r.
I will sell, on Saturday the 12th, day
of May 1883, at the late Residence of
Mrs. Margaret Livingston, deceased,
all- the Personal Property of the said
deceased, consisting of House-hold
and Kitchen furniture, etc.
E. P. CH A LMERS,
April 24, 1883, 17-2t. Adm'r.
By virtue of Sundry' Execntions to
me directed, I will sell, at Newberry
Court House, .on the First. Monday
(saleday) in May next, at public out
ry to the highest bidder Three Singer
Sewing Machines. One levied on as
the property of J. V. and S. T. Bishop,
One as the property of F. W. 'Hig
gins and One as the property of
Robert S. Taylor. All at the -suit of.
The Singer Mainufacturing Conmpany.
D. B. WHEELER, s.g. c.
Sheriff's Office, April 18, 1883. 16-St
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
L. W. Floyd vs. C.-M. Williams.
'By virtue lof a warrant to seize crop
under Lieu to me directed in the above
stated case, I will sell, at Newberry
Court House, on the First Monday
(saleday) in May next, at pub)lic out
cry, to the highest bidder One Bale of
Cotton. Levied on as the property of
C. M. Wiiliams. .
.D. B. WHEELER, s.; N. C.
Sheriff's Office, AprIl18, 1883, 16-3t.
The subscriber gives notice that
Howard Suber, who is. under contract
to work for him, has left without pro
vocation, and all persons are forbidden
hiring him under penalty of the law.
W. W. SUBER.
apr 10. 10-3t*
..Abeautiful-assortmnent of -
GILT EDGE~D CA RDS
with envelopes to.match, suitable for
epistlary purposes, from 30 to -50
cents pack of 25 cards and envelopes.
For sale at
HERALD BOOK STORE.
The Drummier is the liireliest, humor
ous family paper ja the country. Get
one. Sets. 'each. $2.00 per year.
Sample free. Agents wanted. Ad
DRUMMER PUB. Co.,
- April 3, 14-St.
Liens of the followig kinds for7il
at the HERALD ofiice:
Agricultural Liens wifh Mortgage.
Ploants Specal o1antract tf
Quiet peace badT
ever bad a ide di
being - in
openg fr ag
Trade. by pro
goods at city p
ap?aged o T ee
e a deathto
e was not --d,
preciative public eende
he has revolutfomae4
brought them do to
Anticipai an urpaD
Spring ft h e sneer
mark at -last with al:
him while in fte ma nd
pinhi e st uk,belillfrh
boffrighrgin tosuc ani eto the
thermeng ofrsvin the abli to al
insstock, thyehey wilnd the r
offerin bagan "t o s10 ne., thorh
Talk is chbea, topp er ngt~.
the 85dozUnenris shhivn hepbict a Pu
140 doaz. Land'fHs, 52, wpthD
90 " " " O. 56woth
120 "Me' " 5c60, worth ii
10 pae "of m f cr worth.
95 pae of Ned' fo2e., worth2~ -e
Her ds rih sT~irmin r40
85 dos.ggUflsured Sorth' ue .d
Line Front,7e., woh .O0
7SO "~m Hand0'., 2orth 20e. &~
Another~~ Pius ft9.ort 2Wte.
S ASil panoer o,a ee .,sor1.oth
80 picesfo76ce, worh 96.
65 " " lc., worth 8c.
IWishto pieindy thaoyt hahe
factuersbteue Wfanata yardment1
vince thnmthert Lat enctle wothe best
largest discounts, That argument is. Os~~
invariabl "knocks the persimmons.I w a e j -
you that Iintend to hiske. tiaself neesay
people of this.section, by sharing my ckse
QUICK SALES and 8IMATLTL
I wish the young men to knQ that a~
tiest stock of Ties and Scarfs in Newb rry,c
the latesttyles. .
In fact everything hL te
can be had at
April 21, 17--i.