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EWBERRY, S. C.
BTH SDAY NOV. 8 1883.
A PAPR W0R THE PEOPLU.
poiof Cowimy and the
Itdr, esS .xe ively, and as an
medium ollrs nm2valled ai
j ~ Term ~szst Dag*.
THE OUTRAGE XMILr
tissaid, to the discredit of the
bar, that the young men
> eere recently convicted in the
tr'ials in that State were
defended, save by.paid counsel.
'information comes that the
oleteal persecutions in our State,
will be renewed this month, and
"a the prisoner rwill be tried in
United tate8 Court in Colum
ia. Whether this be true or other
ise we hope, for the credit of the
Democratic party, that the prisoners
illhave able counsel provided by
party in whose service they were
tin when their alleg ofences
are said to have been committed.
..with the Georgia prisoners, so
with these ; they have not violated
the laws of the land-they have
4 ere1y offended the Beast, Republi
namim. This is the he4d and front
their offending. They are brought
to-trial, not as individuals, but as
:of the Democratic party,
and. the political effect. They
Y have been, and will be, needlessly
' harried and hounded by the hench.
men of Brewster, and their expenses
bhould be borne by that party which
they represent in these trial.
It is thought by some that the
a rof District Attorney Melton, is
asug in the prosecution of these
f :ase but we see no reason for be
ievng so. Though Melton has
Sprosituted histalents to the service
of a corrupt party, known by him
to be corrupt beyond purification,
it cannot be denied that he is a man
of considerable ability.- Moreover
be is ambitious, and his success is
these trials has not been of such a
degree as to gratify an ambitious
Sman. It is not unlikely, then, that
this ardent "slave of duty,'' will
press the cases with renewed zeal
-en more venom-in - the en
deavor to retrieve the ground which
he has lost as a successful prosecuts
ing attorney. In other words, we
believe that he would rather reign
in hell than serve in heaven-that
he is now yearning for the convic
4tion of Democrats because he has
- up to this time been so adroitly
,v cheek-mated. May he and his
party get their deserts !
We repeat, and we. i usist, that
. tha legislature of this State would
do itself and the humanity of the
-z State becoming credit, by establish
ing an inebriate asylum. The need
of such an institution is daily seen,
and it should be provided.
-~- Suicides have become alarmingly
frequent in the City by the Sea.
Would it not be well for the Neica
*and Courier to let up on the tariff
question, until the fog drifts from
the average Charleston mind ? We
make the suggestion.
No sensible mhn prefers wealth
to health. Some few have both ;
very many haven't either. , Well,
you may have first choice. Which
will you take ?."health." Very
well, what's your ailtnent ? "A lit
tIe of everything." What's the
cause ? "Blood out of order, kid
neys weak, digestion bad, heart
acting irregular." Yes, and every
disease can be traced to these same
sources. Just take a few bottles of
"Brown's Iron Bitters," it will re
move the causes of disease and re
store you to robust health. Ask
your druggist and r.se Brown' Iron
CHICCGo, November 2.-A dis
patch to the Jnter-Oceoan, from Cor
runa, Ind., says: For some time
"* past the farmers of this neighbor.
hood who own self-binding harves
ters have been receiving letters at
this and adjacent postoffiees threat
ening vengeance because these ma
chiines reduce the demand for farm
laborers. This week these threats
took the form of barn burning.
Several barns have been destroyed
already, including two last night.
One of these was set on fire at 3
o'clock this morning after the owner
had guarded it until 2 o'clock.
Mr. Campbell, a white man that
was in the employ of Messrs. E. S.
Sauls & Sons, at Cade's, Williams
burg County, was taken out one
night week before last by a party
of masked men and severely
Two colored children were burned
todeath. in Abbeville County lastj
week. Their mother had left them'
ithe houewhen she wentto work~
SAVANNAH IN LAIES.
special Dispatch to the News and Courter. BR
SAVANNAH, Novmber 1.-The
fire here turns out to be more ofa F
human holocaust than was at frst nE
supposed. At daylight this morn- ei
ing the remains of three persons had b
been found in, the ruins. These w
were James Cash, white, Edward "I
Coston, colored, and a colored wo- s
man named Green. During the day, c
however, the laborers employed on
the ruins excavated the remains of te
five additional persons, all of whom m
perished in the flames. Of the total a
number seven perished in the at
Stubbp warehouse. These were at
Cash, Coston- and Green, whose ra
bodies were discovered last night, ti,
Edward Houston, a colored dray- n
man, Adam Rodgers, a colored a
drayman, Aleck Monroe, a colored pI
laborer' and the charred remains of r
a negro woman which have not yet i
been identified. In the ruins of a i
dwelling in Farm near Pine street e
the remains of a negro woman were in
also discovered and were to-night a
identified as those of PollyWilliams. ec
The remains were taken to the tn
Morgue as soon as discovered.
Those of Cash, Coston and Hous
ton were removed Auri.r the day
and entrusted to their relatives.
The others remain at the Morgue 10
unclaimed. The inquest on the y
bodies of the victims will commence
The city is still excited. Two
alarms of fires were sounded to-day,
to which the fire department respon
ded promptly. Their services were, e
however, not needed. The first
alarm was caused by the burning
of two bales of cotton at the Savan-_
nah, Florida and West ern Railroad
yards. This was managed in bet
ter style than the great fire, and
only three bales of cotton wgre-de
stroyed. The second alarm was
sounded about 7 o'clock this even
ing, and was caused by the burning a
of a bale of hay at the corner of n
Houston and Broughton street. No c
damage resulted from this. I am (t
confirmed in the opinion that there 4
will be no other -serious fires in Sa
vannah. J. A. . S
CHAPPELL'S DEPOT BURNED. e
special Dispatch to the News and Courier, A
CoLIMSIA, . October 31.-The up I
and down passenger trains on the s
Greenville Road pass er.cb other 2
about 3 P. M. at Chappell's Depot, 0
fifty-nine miles above Columbia.
To-day when the two trains ap
proached that station the depot, F
with the track about, it, was found o
to be in a blaze. The fire had been F
discovered not long before in a, bale C
of cotton, where it is supposed to
have smouldered for a long time, a
and other bales igniting, the depot e
was soon in flames. That building, 1
containing the Telegraph and Ex
press offices and ninety-six bales of n
cotton and other freight, was en- e
tirely consumed, together with about
a hundred yards of track. The cot. a
ton was all insured. The trains
were unable to pass, so the passen- a
gers and mail were transferred, and
each train returned to its starting p
point. The returning train with the
mail and passengers from Green
ville reaehed here an hour behind
the usual time for the amrval of the
train from Greenville. The train
which returned to Greenville con
tained the Ward theatrical troupe,
and is supposed to have arrived at
the usual hour. As sthe railroad
telegraph wires were melted, infor
mation was very late in reaching
Columbia. The track will probai,1y
be repaired by to-morrow- N.G.G.
AtLia Greevile Conty
Frdyngto ls ek he
mone e ett h eiec
ofJ . le4drn hi abene -
by Mr.Aln'n4fte one
on agrayhors broe inthe oo -
At Liast Ghreenvill ountyee,
Fidaytnigtof lavehs week, load-e
edowited appesen tco the rsilroade
ofs Jn fron Alle durning hisasen-e,
and, atrin refsedt adttanrest
bylled, wall oen, appft e mount,ed
tere andr hrver broke inuisedoo u
and nterdmg to huetr. Them
acdty erperted onthe Bluerdge in
Onilrast abousdayee mountainer e
dwihalesos The railroad q
jst inftofblam e monntasn
ger tr. esultf Kersh orsety,
kiled aeoSnda broen2, pOecat, by
Jaes andt drie baly waruiding i
utno dawagon wto h raiy. Ptt eP
A acidnt occase oenisuefo th Rde tl
Rlrod ticket wa tenie belo te
the ahl ot. Thceria was nb
Ah Desprate ateptt kilrginia.
AvC.Thompsono esa Coety,ar
waus'md,e unaythe dayh Oct.,ovem
aer, ats day Rof eyhansgiding an
ins . wago wihhiCamIly. Smtks P
fire thr sots at hime witoud any-ct
Bthng tict lieveatey thes
ber, as aBday's Tanksivingran
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Foreign & Domestic
APPLES, ORANGES, a
BANANAS, COCOANUTS, bi
LEMONS; rINEAPPLES, POTA- 0r
TOES, ONIONS, PEANUTS, y
S. E. CORNER MEETINC S
& MARKET STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Nov. 8, 45-6m.
s In Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, tl
Carpets, Clothing, &c. &c., to be sold
at remarkably low figures at the Grand ir
Dry Goods Emporium of u
W. T. TARRANT. a
A few hints will not be amiss to buy
a right thing, buy where you are sure
to find the moods for sale to be correct
in style anY of the best quality. Do
not make your purchases until you
have seen my magnificent stock of
goods, the largest that ever was in this
City. The cry poor crops has occas
loned much complaint of dull times.
My sales however have been good and
I have no complaint to make on that
score, but in order to give additional
eclat to trade I shall offer this week
Particularly in departments referred,
- to in this advertisement, viz :Woman's
best grade Bay State Shoes @ $1.25, I
worth 1.50; Men's Boots 2.50 formerly t
sold for 3.00; Boys boots 1.00, sold for b
1.50; Chas. Heiser's, hand made Gait- I
ers 6.50 formerly sold 7.50; Ladys', i,
e Misses, and Children's shoes in propor- o
r tion. I defy competition in the Shoe r
and Boot trade.
c Best Gro Grain Silks 1.00 to 1.50, sold
for 1.50 to 2.00 per yard. My Cash- i
meres, Satins, and all Dress Goods
d have been reduced in price. I have
the largest stock in this department
that has ever been exhibited in New
LAS. JACKETS & CLOAKS
Of which I have a beautiful line, and
will sell them now at amazingly low
prices. Cloaks that I sold for $4.00, I
will now sell for 3.00, and all the rest
in proportion. Las. Jackets (Walking)
e reduced greatly in price.
S:-: Cassimere & Jeans :-:
t I can beat the town in, both in Price
Lt and Quality.
t Men's Suits from $5.00 to $30, reduced
- from $4.00 to $25. Boys suits in pro
sThe best stock of Kentucky saddles
r this side of Louisville Ky., also Har
ness, Bridles, Whips, Saddle Blankets,
which I am selling lower than ever
- ro CARPETS AND BUS
that I25c. to 90c. per yd. Brussels
thtIsold for $1, now 90c. Rubber
To be convinced fellow eit
zens that I mean business give
me a call before purchasing.
And no unnecessary solicitation to buy.
W . TfRRIIN .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. s
IN TH E COURT OF COMMON'
- James D. Smith Livinigston v.s. Eliza
SBy order of the Court herein dated S
November 3, 1883, I will sell at pub
lie outcry before the Court House in
Newberry on the first Monday in De
All that lot of land, in the Town
of Newberry and in the County and
fState aforesaid, containing one-fifth of
an acre, more or less, fronting seventy
eight links, on Caldwell St., running
back in a Southwesterly direction of
equal width, the uppe'r or Northerly
-line being two chains and sixty links in
length. and the lower or Southerly
line, being two chains and fifty-seven
'links in length--the same &iing lot
No. 2 on piat made by F. Werber, Jr., a
andI b)ounde(d by Caldwell St., and an d
al ote ides, b)y lands of Silas John
Terms-Cash. The purchaser to pay
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C., e
-Master's Office 8th day of Nov. 1883-.
SSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
'COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. IN C
t THE COURT OF COMMON
* David H. Wheeler, vs. Jno. P. Kinard, a
By order of the Court herein dated o
e 20 July, 1883. I will sell at public out
Scry, on the first Monday in December ca
e 1883, before the Court House in New- a
- berry, Il
I All that lot of land, containing one- o
- half of -an acre, more or less, in the
f Town of Newberry, and County and b
State aforesaid; and bounded on the h
North by Johnstone St., on the East C
by Caldwell St., on the South by the at
lot now occupied by Tench C. Pool, o:
and said to.belong to Jas. Y. McFall al
.and the said Tench C. Pool, and on the
West by Nance St. s
. Terms-The purchaser will be re- b'
- quired to pay in cash, one-third of the p:
.purchase money and to secure the ii
balance, payable in one and two years,
in equal annual instalments with inter- qi
est thereon from the day of sale, by n
bond and mortgage of the premises, si
.and a Policy of, Insurance for two- ir
thirds of the value of said premises. ai
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C., SJ
Master's Offie8th day of Nov. 1883.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
lizabeth E. Young, et. al. vs. Y. J.
Pope, Surv. Executor, et a].
The creditors of the estate of Simeon
air, dece ed. (including those who'
ve heretufore presented their claims)
e hereby required to render on oath
id establish their respective demands
fore the undersigned, at his office on
before the 10th day of December,
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.
aster's Office, 8th day of Nov. 1383.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY, si
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
Henry Koon, vs. David R. Wicker.
By order of the Court herein dated
ovember 2, 1883. I will sell at pub
e outcry before the Court House on
ie first Monday in December, 1883. t
All that tract or plantation of land a
the County and State aforesaid- h
pon which the said David R. Wicker
ow resides, containing one hundred
,d twelve acres, more or less, and
Dunded by lands of Geo. A. Setzler.
>. J. Hentz, Melvine Dickert, W. A.
etzler and Henry Koon.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C.,
[aster's Office 8th day of Nov. 1883.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
arah E. T. Chick, as Executrix of last
will of Petus W. Chick, deceased,
vs. Louisa V. J. Farr, et. al. Defen
Complaint for Relief.
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. J.
[. Hudson presiding Judge herein, no
ice is hereby given that all persons
olding demands against the estate of
'etus W. Chick, deceased, either as an
ldividual, or as a member of the firm
f R. Moorman and Company, or as a c
iember of the firm of P. W. and R. S.
hick, or as a member of the firm of
,hick ant: Oxner are required to render
pon oath their respective demands to
1e on or before the 1st day of Decem
er next, ^t my office at Newberry C.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C.,
faster's Office 8th day of Nov. 1883.
Union Times copy 1 month. 45-4t.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUN Y OF NEWBERRY.
IN TI-I E COURT OF COMMON
as. B. Clary, et. al., vs. W. H. Eddy,
By order of the Court herein dated
9ti July, 1883, I will sell at publie
utcry before the Court House at New
erry on the first Monday in Decem- t
All that tract of land, situate in t
,ounty and State afopesaid, containing
ne hundred and twenty acres more or
ess, and bounded by lands of Dr. R.
'. Clark, Campbell, Isaac Keller,
as. H. W'lliams and Jane Chalmers.
Terms-The purchaser will be re
uired to pay in cash, one half of the
urchase money, and to secure the
alance p. yable at twelve mouths with
aterest from the day of sale, by bond
f the purchaser, with at least two suf
eient sureties and a mortgage of the
remises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C.,(
aster's OTlice, 8th ay of Nov. 1883. (
TATE OF SOU CAROLINA,
COUlNTY OF NEWBERRY:.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
loan & Seignious, vs. Jacob L. Aull
By ord. r of the Court, I will sell, at
ublic outcry, before the Court House,
t Newber:-y, on the first Monday in
)ecembe:-. 1883, all that lot of land,
the Tow i of Newberry, in County
nd State aforesaid, containing abont
iix Acres, inore or less, lately the re
nee of Nathan A. Hug,ter, deceased,
ud bounded by Caldwell Street, G. &
. Rail R ad. lot of B. F. Griffin, the
authran churchi and the Baptist
This va'uabic property will be sold
i parcels. as indicated by plats there
f, to be ex'ibited on the day of sale-4
rhich pla i. in the ihean time may be
een at my otee.
Terms-The purchaser will be re
uired to p,y in cash one half of the
urchase m:oneCy, and to secure the
alance waale at twelve months,
ith inti-r.t from the day of sale, by
ond and mortgage of the premises.
ILAS JOIINSTONE, Master, N. C.J
Master's Office, 10th (day Oct. 1883.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
IN TIlE COURT OF COMMON
arah E. TI. Chick as Executrix, of
last will of Petus W. Chick, de
ceasedl, Plaintiff- against Louisa V. J. 6
Farr and others. Defendants.
Complaint for Relief.
By order of the Court, I will sell at
ublic out erv before the Court House
t Newberry, S. C., on the first Mon'
ay in Decmber next, all the real es- C
ite of the late Petus W. Chiek lying
1 the County of Newberry South
That vMluable plantation of land,
antaining (722) seven hundred and
'enty-two) acres, more or less, lying
n Indian Creek and Enoree River,
ounded iby lands of Dr. Thomas B.
ennerly, WVilliam Wallace, Martha C.
aldwell, an.d others.
That valuable plantation of land,
antaining one hundred and eighty
res more or less, known as the_
George W. Calmes tract," bounded
y lands of the estate of George W.
almes, Martha C. Caldwell, and
That va'uable plantation of lad
ntaining i.bree hundred acres, Ii.e
r less, b:mnded by lands of WEilam s
.Whitney. Hannah Henderson and
And tha t valuable plantation of land
eing that portion of Petus W. Chick's_
ome plac'e that lies in Newbe
ounty, and containing four hundred
res more or less bounded by lands
l'William B. Oxner, W. B. Chaplin,
These several plantations, will be
>ld in parcels as indicated by plats to
e exhibitedi on the day of sale, which (
ats in the meantime may be seen in
Terms.-The purchasers will be re
ired to pay one-third of the purchase p
ony in cash, and to secure the bal- I]
ice payable at one or two years with al
terest from the day of sale, by bond 19
id mortgn;"e of the premises. Si
[1A.5 JOHNSTONE, Master; N. C.
Mat=er a Ofie 0h October 1883
Oranges and Florida.
tTTER TU&N Bazz AND BLossoMs
UNDEE A NEw FLAG.
Even the balmy air and orange groves o
orida fail to keep its people full of happi
ss and comfort. Art must help natnr
erywhere-in the tropics as among th
aes of the North. "And chief among th
essings which are adapted to all zones,
ites Dr. J. G. Wallace, of Fort Dade, Fla.
s Parker's Tonic. It seems to have th
)rld for a field, and most of the current dis
ses yield to its action. I have used it in th
se of a delicate and dyspeptic young lady
th the most gratifying results. It seemec
accomplish with ease what the usual pre
riptions and treatment for that miserabi
afady failed wholly to bring about. I at
o glad to state that the Tonic has greatl:
lieved me personally of a troublesom
nic condition of the stomach of long
inding. It is the ideal purifier and invigo
Messrs. Hiscox & Co., call especial atten
m to the fact that after April 16, 1883, th
me and style of this preparation will here
ter be simply "Parker's Tonic." The worc
ainger" is dropped for the reason that un
incipled dealers are constantly Aleceivini
eir patrons by substintting inferior prepa
Lions under the name of Ginger ; and a
ager is an unimportant flavoring ingredien
our Tonic, we are'sure that our friend
il agree with us as to the propriety of th
ange. There "will be no change, however,
the preparation itself ; and all bottles re
aining in the hands of dealers, wrappe
ider the name of "Parker's Ginger Tonic,
ntain the genuine medicine it the signa
re of Hiscox & Co. is at the bottom of out
le wrapper. Oct. 25-1m.
IfIlfllTlfl F. A. Lehmanni, solic!
1 otar of American anh
Foreign Patents, Wash
ington, D. C. AU bus
as connected with Patents, whether be
re the Patent Office or the Courts, promp1
attended to. No charge made unless
atent is secured. Send for circular.
5ov. 8, 8i-1y.
FOR SALE !
Two good Cows with younc
ilves. Apply to
JNO. T. BYNUM.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Louisa L. M. N. Suber,
Thomas H. Crooks.
By virtue of an execution in th
5ove strted case and of sundry othe
recutions against the defendant t
te directed, I will sell, at Newberr
ourt House, on the first Monday
aleday) in December next, at publi
atery, to the highest bidder, the fo
wing real estate, situate, lyingandbx
ig in the County of Newberry an
tate aforesaid as follows, to wit
.11 that tract designated as No.
>ntaining OncHundred and Sevent
.cres more or less and bounded b
inds of Jecob Wicker, Henry Ringe
avid Cannon and Hellers Creek ; A
) all that tract designated as tract N<
conttining Seventy-two Acres mor
e less, and bounded by lands of Danie
terts, E. A. Holland, other lands <
ie defendant and Hellers Creek :
Also one other tract containing Or
[undred and Thirty-nine acres mor
r less and bounded by lands of Joh
. Glymph, Wtn. A Hentz, and th
olumbia Road ; And - also all tha
act of land on which the defendar
ow resides, containing Two Hundre
ad Nine acres more or less and bouuc
l by lands of E. A. Holland, Trac
o. 2, and separated from ap. 1, b
[ellers Creek. Levied upon and to b
)ld as the property of the Defendar
'homas H. Crooks, to satisfy said e3
The lands advertised will be sold
bove indicated beginning with Tra<
o. 1, and continue until sufficient lht
een sold to satisfy the said executior
d all costs and expenses.
Terms-Cash.. Purchaser to pay f<
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
SheriPs Office, Nov. 7th, 1883.
fo h ueof Coughs, Colds,
Eoarseness, Bronchitis,Croup, Influ
:nza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
:ipient Consumption and for the re
iefofconsumnptive persons'in advan
ed stages of the Disease. For Sale'
>y all Druggists.-Price, 25Cents.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERR3
IN THE COURT OF COMMO2
illiam M. Gordon, Eli M. Gordon, 'l
J. Gordon, and Harriet C. Lyles
iliam V. Lyles, as Administrator c
Abram Gordon, deceased, and othern
'Summons for Relief.
Complaint not Served.
To William V. Lyles, as Administrn
>r of Abram Gordon, deceased, Rebe<
SA.Lvles,Eli Gordon, Elizabeth Simt
?y L~yles, Harvy Gordon, James 12i
oron and Mary F. Kenmdrick, Dc
endants in tis action.
You are hereby summoned and rt
ired to answer the complaint in thi
tion, which is filed in the 'office c
ie Clerk of the Com:t of Commno
leas for said County, and to serve
>py of your answver to the said con
aint on the subscribers at their oflie
;Union, C. H., in said State withi
venty days after the service hereo:
clusive of the day of such service
id if you fail to answer the comnplain:
ithin. the time aforesaid, the plait
f in this action will apply to th
ourt for the relief demanded in th
Witness-E. P. Chalmers. Egg
lerk of the Court of Common Pleas
and for the County aforesaid, at th
ace aforesaid, the twenty-eighth da
March in the year of our Lord on
ousand eight hundred and eights
iree, and in the one hundred an
xth. year of the Sovereignty and In
pendence of the United States c
s b. E. P. Chalmers.
- C. C. C.P.
RION & McKISSICK,
the defendants.-Eii Gordon, Eli
abeth Sims, Mary Lyles, Harvy Gor
don, James M. Gordon and Mary F
Take notice that the summons in thi:
tion, of which the foregoing is:
py, was filed in the office of th<
erk of said Court for said County
i the 28th day of March. 1883.
RION & MCKISSICK,
Apl411Ak US 48-4*L
UTUI.N THUN.DER BOLTSI
-BUY IT iElD QUARTERS AND SAVE MONEY
)NE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS
-In the COUNTYto Select from.
Remember the adage, money saved is money made. In our terrific
nuggle we have followed the hard, straightend unbending rule of ag
ression and progression, that has always commanded prestige, popular
y and prosperity. Every man, woman and child, panting for the ear
est and greatest measure of success in the shdrtest space of time, will
ravitate to that spot called head quarters, avoiding high price competi
>rs, striking direct at rock bottom. And we appealing to the sensitive
erve of the people, the pocket book, propose giving the very best value
>r money down. Our startling quotations for November must com
Land the careful attention of close buyers. Here are values that will be
ppreciated when compared with prices of otliers. Here are the sledge
ammer and corn and cob crushers that will please and astonish buyers.
Standard Granulated Sugar 10} lbs. for $1
Brown Sugar 12 " "
Choice Rio Coffee 6 ," " "
Good " " 8 "
Rice 14 " ""
Pepper 20c. per 11-.
Soda 5c. "
Kerosene Oil (Standard) 15 " gal.
Choice Cream Cheese 161 " lb.
" Leaf Lard 10 " "
" C. R. S. (Meat) 8 " "
tall Potash 5 " ball
Matches 10 Doz.
Powder 30 per lb.
Lucy Hinton Tobacco , 50 " "
Cotton Rope 20 " "
21b, Bagging 104 " yd.
Perfect Arrow Ties * 1.60 " Bunch
Pierced " " 1.35 "
Plows 6 " lb.
A Good No. 7 Stove for 18.00 Complete
ewing Machines cheaper than in any other market in the State embracing
11 the Popular and reliable Kinds.
Standard Prints 5c. per yd.
Calicoes, Solid Colors 6} " "
Solid Black, Mourning 6i " "
Oil Table Cloth, (Latest Patterns) 25 " "
Checked Homespun 8 5 "
Fruit of Loom Bleaching 4-4 9 " "
Spool Thread (Coats) 6 for 25 Buying in lots of One Thousand doz.
" " (Clarks) " " 25 enables us to sell at these figures.
Hoyt's German Cologne 15 per bottle
Cuba Jeans (A Ratler) 121 " yd.
Jeans Kentucky Home Made 35
Dress Goods from loc. to 1.00 " "
)ur Low Prices in this line produce a smile of satisfaction from the
A great Variety of Dress Trimmings. Velvetines in all the new, pret
y and fashionable colors from 50 to 2.25 per yd. Large .stock of Bay
;tate, Hess and Zeigler's Shoes for Children, Misses, Ladies, an4 Gen-.
lemen at a rednction from 10 to 25 per pair, from our usual low prices.
414 Sheeting 64 per yd.
7-8 354 " "
3-4 " 44 "5 ti
10-4 Bleached Sheeting 30 46"
D nress Goods 2c.00 to 8.0
)rLow Priesk an Thiseling, produce qantties osatisfactiow rmcthe
A Yanketaions, osery,ssbramingVevisn all the n ut ses,
trps &cd fashio n ey-e ol r e o 50r to25pr Expergeced k ofr Bay
otae Nort-an eile'seanoe and evelrnss Lada ie, ~ie ang
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C-th otanbplae,annser Peyint atlne,utcs,rng
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treshyingli are. losadfrCs ny n n0xeineo iteer
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