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Spec,a aad LocL.
TRURSDAY DEC. 13, 1883.
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ealds t W.s.Fesonal Interes. tributes
of respeaer &e., crebarged as regular adver
desments at $1 porsqua'e.
Notes. of admisistratoo, and other legal
ndes., obituaries, tributes of respect and
nodees oF meetings, as well as communia
tions of a persoual character most be paid
for in advance.
The subscription price of the riUA is
$2.00 for twelve months, $1.00 for six
months, 5 cents for three months and 25
cents for one month, in advance. Names in
future wIh not be placed on the subscription
books uatii the cash oris equivakent is paid.
W - All commuicatioss relating to per
sonal interests will be Inserted at regular
advenlislg rates,oe dollar per stuare, cash
our authorized agent a: that place.
o nhbsthers wll eafter afser by esam
3ain the pdiatedaezt thinamee, and
ig*6ds Isasright they wil pleassinform
useen, Xistak. wilcer..mdm
(setx TO Naw AnvstEaxzxTs.
Oh! That We Had-B. B. Cline & Co.
Seeds-D. i Ferry & Co.
IAtder of Low Prlcee-Wheeler& Moseley.
Low Prices-J.8. Russell
As a I maA Present-W. E. Pelham.
Sheriff Sales-D. B. Wheeler.
Master's Sales-Silas Johnstone.
X maa-Greeting-W. E. Pelham.
Ntr* York Observer.
For Sale-Jas H. Henderson.
Cow, Cal and Heifer Stolen-Mrs. L. C.
Mr. Buck Satterwhite, of this county,
Mrs. Nannie Satterwhite also of this
Miss Bessie Wright, the eldest
daughter of our townsman Mr. W. T.
Wright, died on Sunday last of con
sumption. She was a perfect christian,
and her untimely death is a sad dis
pensation of Providence.
in Chester WednCaday occurred the
death of Mrs. Mary Bodgers, formerly
of Newberry. She has left two little
e.hildren, and was the qnly remaining
sister of our towusrurn, Mr. J. M.
Crawford. She was 40 years of age,
and -ustained intense pain for weeks
EAIMY CSTTr IAlET REMRT.
CORRECTED WRELY BY
wmuI 3 k NII, C.101. Nsers.
up t Ordinary ---------
et Good Ordinary
Mtow.Middling - - - - - - - - -- 1 9
dling ---- - ---- - - 91
Maket downward teudancy.
Becepts since Sep't. 1st,1883.1.923B.
for week Atding.
h,1883 --- -- -78
Swift's Specific (S. S St) has cured
me of hereditary Arofula'bf the worst
type. - The medicine is more than you
elajin for it, and I hope any who dcfAtt
will write to me.
E. C. HAWE , JR.
Nov.22-1m. Clarksville, G:a.
.A memorandum book was lost on
Ibe street last Wednesday, bearing the
namse of J. Y. NfeFall. A liberal re
yard will be paid for its recovery on
return to J. Y. McFall, or toD. S.
Mr. D. C. Flynn's handsomne clerks
were taken so mneh taken up In at
tendanheon their lady customers dur
ingth pstweek, that nono them
had time to write out their Christmas
advertiser!uet. The public is informed
~that -they have the goods and will
Tk of them next week through the
Alumaea for 1884.,
Thme proprietor of the Bin LDL will
issue a hamntsame illustrated Almanac
for 1884, a few pages of which will be
devoted to the business eOids of mer
ehanta and professional men, and we
respectfully ask merchants and others
*to give us their support. .The price of
cords will be $2.50 for a quarter page,
$6 for a half page, and4$10 for a whole
-page. Cardis brought ha during~ the
present week will meet with attention,
after that it will be too larte.
sumportant to Young Men.
-The next session of'the renowned
eommer~ial College of Ky., Universi
ty, Lexingtop, Ky., begins Jan. 8th,
1881. 'Tdta cost to complete Full
Diploma :3siness Course, including
Tstzikn, Books., and Board $85. Time
nejire 110 weeksa, Literary Course
irae. Telegraphy taught. 5,003 sue
esful graduates. Yon can begin at
anytime, No vacathyo.. For eircular,
addre*.. WILER R.SMr.
1te=skm from the Excelaiors.
The committee appointed to get up
the Hot Supper in aid of the Excelsior
Steam Fire Engine Company, beg to
extend to the public, in behalf of the
Company, their sincere thanks for the
liberal contribution, and patronage re
eelied at their hands. And especlafly
to the ladies in charge do they desire
to ei'press their grateful acknowledg
ment, for the valuable servides ren
dered on that occalon. For to them
they feel the success attained Is entirely
PoalaMag the Wrong End.
Many rpen daily polish their boots
who neyer give a thought to the condi
tigyteir hair, except to harrow it
casuslly with brush and comb, or sub
mit it to,the paralyzing attention of
tha average barber. What happens?
Why, this: From neglect, mental anx
Ietv, or any of a score of c:mses, the
hair turns prematurely gray and be
*gins to fall out. Parker's HairBalsam
*will at once stop the latter process and
restore the orifemal color. An elegant
dresing fre omgrease.
NTov. 29, 1w..
Resoleed, 1st.-That we regard the
pictures of the entire Council as works
of Art exhibitig Great Taste and
2nd.-That we ext'ed our thanks os
a'body and individuals to J. T. Win
-3rd.-That as lndividuals we recom
mend J. T. Winburn to the ('itizens of
the CIty and County of Anderson as 4
*t class Photographer.
goed.-.D. S. AXWFJLl,-Xayo-.
JouIi E. PEOPLES,
W. D. BROWN,
.18n M. SuHEaD,
-ti Wn: & awH,--Clerk.
AS A XMAS PRESENT
To your Gentleman friend nothing
conld be more acceptable than a box of
Cigars-The best brands are Pelham's
S. & N., PRINCIPES and
PECK'S BAD BOY.
50-2t. At PELHAM'S.
Strength of Methodist Conference.4
The Methodist Conference now in
Session at Sumter is strong in number
and influence. Two Bishops are in at
tendance-A. W. Wilson and R. K.
Hargrove. There are nine Presiding
Elders-Wm. P. Monson, Thos. Raysor,
A. M. Chrietzburg, A. J. Stokes, S. H.
Brown, J. Marion Boyd, S. B. Jones,
W. D. Kirkland, and Thos.G. Herbert.
There are five Connectional members.
The clerical members number one hun
dred and sixty-five. Lay Delegates,
thirty-nine. Delegates ex-officio,twelve.
Candidates for admission on trial,
eight. Candidates for ordination, seven
Total numLar, 247. The Alphabet is
nearly repre;nted, there being no I's,
Y's, or D's, and but one 0, V. and Z.
A Pleasant Letter.
The Rev. J. .W. Humbert writes us
from Marion that like the rest of his
brethren he knows not where his lot
will be cast next conference year, but
that be will trust the matter to the
Bishop,and sends us $3 to the HERALD;
we trust this will have the effect of
sending him to a good place. He says
that he has had a pleasant year, with a
measure of success in his work. Mrs.
Humbert is busy with her Missionary
and Temperance work. Marion has
gone for "No License," and so has
Orangeburg; and he wants to know
about Newberrv? What a grand and
glorious victory to have "No License"
throughout the State.
Thanks, Bro. for the letter and the
The Mammoth Stationery Package
containing 12 Sheets Writing Paper, 12
Euvelopes, 1 Lead Pencil, 1 Pen Hol
der, I Golden Pen, 1 Memorandum
Book, I Key Ring, I Silver-Plated
Thimble, 1 Silver Finger Ring, 1 Set
Sea Bean Cuff Buttons, I Collar But
ton, I Scarf Pin and 1 Set Fancy Breast
Pin and Ear Drops. A sample pack
age containing all the above artices
will be sent by mail post: paid on re
ceipt of -25 cents in postage stamps.
Six packages sent post paid for $1.00.
One dozen packages for $1.50. A
Silver Watch free with every twelve
dozen packages- Men, women, boys
girls wanted to sell Staticnery Pack
ages, Pictures, Jewerly, Novelties, etc.
Write for my Catalogue of" Money
Making Specialties. Address.
J. C. BARROW.
40 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. Jos.L.Keitt and his bride reached
home last Saturday.
The Misses May and Annie Becgett
of Laurens, are on a vi'sit to Mrs. W.
Mr. J. G. Houseal has moved from
the country to Mr. Clines' cottage
The Rev. Prof. Holmes Dysinger of
Newberry College wili preach at Beth
Eden next Sund..y, after which the
communion will be administered.
Our preachers the Rev. R. D. Smart
and Rev. Manning Brown left for Con
ference on Tuesday.
Misses Joe and Susie Jo'nes, 'the
daughters of our estimable friend, Mr.
E. P. Jones, of Martin's Depot are
attending Capt. Phifer's Aca4emy.
On Monday Mrs. Eu. Selboltz re
elved a telegram stating that her
father was dangerously siek, -and she
left Newberry for New York, Monday
Varlous and All About.
PayR. .Cliaes&CG..what yonuowesthm
-?ostivly the last call!
One more issue before c'hristma
advertise in that issue.
The Newberry Cotton Factory has al
ready received some of its machinery.
The Singley lots will soon have stores
erected on them.
Mr. Robt. Lake had his arm so seri
osly cut by a gin at Mi-s. Piester's,
that it Is feared he will lose it.
*Another load of cattle have been
taken to Charleston by our lively
friend Mr. T. P. Lane.
Judge Fellers lost four-fine hogs on
Monday. He thinks i,hey died of
Mr. Win. White informs us that
holera has made its appearance among
the hogs just across the Saluda.
See .the HERALD Book Store Card
no inisrepresenitationl in It. There are
bargains for some one.
Several subscribers paid for two and
three years' subscription last week.
We foel that there is li'h in the coun
The loveliest Pocket Bibles ever ex
hibited are offered at such prices as'
cannot fail to attract the wonder of
We acknowledge treceipt of the
Fourth Annual Repart of the State
Board of Health of South Carolina, for
the year 1883. C. A. Calvo, printer.
Scrap Books in various patterns and
styles, so cheap as to fill you with,
amazement. Call and see them at the
HERALD Book Store. 38-3t.
A little printers ink well applied,
that is jndiciously used now that christ
gms is near at hand will (do the mer
cant much good, and the printer no
Do you wish to Issue a circular, card
or any other kind of docnment? Call
at this office and have your work done.
Prices low, style the best..
Those attractive and beautiful signs
in front of Cloud & Smith's Clothing
Store, proclaim it the emporium of
A child tossing in its sleep indicates
worms. An army of them are at work
eating the vitals away. One (lose of*
Shriner's .Indian Vermifuge will de
stroy them, and save its life. For sale
by Dr. S. F. Faut.
They say "a word to the wise is suf
ficient" but we think it takes about
five, 'Use- Dr. Bull's Congh Syrup.'
You can get this article In any drug
store for twenty-fire cents. Physicians
The Heskini quarter, in Constanti
nople, inhabited by Turks and Jews
was on tire all of Wednesday last,
gundredsof houses have been destroyed
and much distress prevails.
Our city dailies cull from their count
try exch.mges without a sha(low of
credit, and thus make the show of
'various items through their oirn inde
fatigable efforts. Give credit when it
Christmas is near at hand, and ou
merchants are invited to advertis
their goods in the HERALD. This i
a season in which the closest man c
woman spend their money freely.
An old lady, one of the nice, respec
table, religions and withal good, kiic
was blessed on Thanksgiving day b
one of her cows adding to her store o
stock twin calves. She feels thank
Paris last year ate 6,000,003 chicken
and 250,000,000 eggs. The frog
couldn't be counted. To wash dowi
these and other kinds of solid foo
1,000,000 gallons of wine was used.
A boom is being made at the HERAL]
Book Store in Photo and Auto Albums
Prices are all marked down. Dolia
Albums for 50 ets, $1.25 for 75cts
Must be sold. Higher priced at th
same proportion. 48-3t.
Dr. N. S. Ruggles, Marion Mass.
says : "I recommend Brown's Iroi
Bitters as a valued tonic for enrichin,
the blood and removing all dyspepti
symptoms. It does not hurt the tee th.'
Our thanks are due the many sub
scribers who were indebted to th
HERALD for the dues paid in las
week. A great many more are yet t
be heard from, and we will be please
to have them call.
Parties are going the rounds of th
country leaving feed grinders with car
mers, and taking receipts to show ii
whose keeping they were left. The
farmers usually have a note of $100 ti
pay in the end.-Columbia Reghter.
A little fellow was seen smoking:
cigarette at the depot a few days age
We advised him to quit so pernicious
habit. His face colore:l up but he con
tinned to smoke, nevertheless. Cigar
ette smoking is one of the most ii;
jurious habits a boy can contract.
The Laurens train Tuesday la=
while shifting at the Newberry D!.!po
accidentally came in collision with on
of Christian & Smith's dray horse
breaking one of its left hind legs, an
cutting off one of its right feet. Thi
suffering animal was killed by Police
Never has the weather been so pro
pitious for working on the publi
roads, and if they are not put in goo(
condition ere the cold and winter rain:
set in. the Road Commissioners amn
Overseers will be greatly to blame
Some places will become so bad as t<
be hardly passable. See to it at once
Mr. E. A. Mills and Mr. Josepl
Werts while engaged in killing rats, me
with an accident in the shooting of Mr
Werts. One shot destroyed the sigh
of his left eye, and others penetrate<
the cheek. Mr. W. was on the outsid<
of the house in the act of shooting
while Mr. M. on the inside put hi!
head out of the window and receive(
the charge. It is hoped no serion
consequence will result from iuflam
Our "country cousins" ps the New,
& Courier facetiously terms visitor,
from the interior have had just :
"splendid time." Many enjoyei
Thomas' grand concert, all who conc
took in the- steamers, the glorious ex
cursions, including a visit to famou:
Sumter, all the fireworks, the good far,
at Hotels and private houses. and thi
hundred and one other fascinations
How good it is to go down to the citl
by the sea occasionally. There wa
quite a cousinly feeling all around.
A Dictionary and Engraving Free.
It will be seen from the* advertisqeen o
the American Agriculturit (N. YT ) elsewhere
that a splendid six-hundta gage Df tionar1
and a superb Engraving. can be btaine'
free, by everybody. The .American jricui
uit now forty-three ye:trs old, con ue' t<
be the secognized leading Agricu!tu~5 Jour
ul of the world. Every number coz;in:
nearly one bundred columns of orginal tead
lg matter nnd one bundred orignal Engia a
ings by the leadieg Rural writers of tib
country, and by tid leadIng artists. The edi
tria! matter is furuished by such well knowa
writers as Orange Jlbdd, George Thurber
Josep.aarris, W a. Clift, Byron D. Hals'ted
Preat. Liautard, Prof. Slide, of Harvard Uni
versity, and Prof. Thompson, Nebraska UJni
versity, while such wiell known artists am
Edwin Forbes, Win. Ii. Cary, and Alfrec
Trumble get up the original illustratIons. Dur
lg the coming year the paper will devott
special attention to house plans for farmers
exposure of humbugs, and information as t<
the beat points in the West for settlers. The
circulation of the American Agriculturist i
to-day larger than at any period since the
organiation of the Company publishing it
and it will continue to be. as heretofore, ih<
great journal tor the Farm, Garden, an<
Household. Price $1.30 a year. English o
German. New subscriber, before Dec. 10th
receive Dec. number of this year free. Specd
men copies and Premium List forwarded m<
all applicants, as per advertisement.
December 4, 1883, at the residenem
of the bride's father, by: Rev. J. A
Sigh. Mr. MARION MILLER to Mhs,
IMMA MAYER, daughter of Mr. Jacol
Nov. 18, 1883, at home of bride's
parents, by Rev. J. E. Bushnell, Mr
JOHN BICKLEY to Miss SALLY C
RISER ; all of Newberry Co., S. C.
Fifty-four years ago to-day, th<n
writer was born, at or near a plae<
called Long Lane, in Newberry Dis
trict, S. C. His father was then at
overseer, for Mrs. Nancy McMorris
widow of John McMorris-who wert
the ancestors of the well known Mc
Morris family, whose influence doubt
less is felt to this day among the besi
citizens of old Newberry. Overseeing
was a profession in those days, and il
proved a fact, that a young man,'start
lg in life who successfully directet
labor for another, in after years, man
aged his own aff'airs with success.
Many a man in the West, has no1
been ashamed to tell, that he made thn
first five thousand of his fortune by
overseeing in the East.
The writer's father followed the busi
ness for 15 years--then came to Ten
nessee and settled where the littli
viliage Palmetto is located. ?Ie serves
in succession the following namne
persons as overseer : Samuel Brown
Dr. Attwood, John Fernandes, Maj
Fred Nance, Dr. Mendonhall anm
Judge J. B. O'Neal.
The Browns, Attwoods and Nance:
and families, long and wvell known ii
the history of Newberry.
Fernandes sold out and moved t<n
Alabama or Mississippi in 35 or 30.
The writer's memory reaches back t<n
the Fernandes plantation two mile
fronm the Court House on the Lindsay'
bridge road. There had been a Mil
on Scott's Creek just above where th
road crosses the creek and a Still housm
on a branch near by.
The writer remembers both the Mil
and Still house, which had not beet
used for several years. The Mill wa
abandoned on account of complain
being made that the dammsed water, wa
detrimental to the health of the town
The writer when four years ok
caught his first frsh in the branch~ mneal
the old Still house, and spent many
day afterwards anlgllng in cott's creel
Fernandes, built the old Brick hotel
in Newberry, which I learn was burnei
a few years ago. I remember well the
hole in the ground where the brick wai
made to build the house. Every object
has a history.
A NArIE NEWBRRIAN,
Nov. 30, 1883.
WHEELER & MOSELEY,
PROSPERITY, S. C.,
LEADERS OF LOW PRICES.
4 -Fou-r isu.o
CHARLESTON, S. C. I)ec. 7ith, 1883,
I)EAR HERALD : As yon have not
heard from your Charleston cor
1 respondent for some time I now
take the liberty of burdening your
columns briefly. As my last let
- ter was not published for two weeks
after I sent it, what little news there
was in it was rather stale by the
time your readers pernse,t it.
On Thursday night we were to
have had one of the grandest dis
a plays of fireworks that had ever
- been seen in this city, but our coun
try cousins as well as their city
friends were doomed to he disap
pointed, as the display was a most
complete and perfect failure. It
happened in this way: the fire
works and men who were to dis.
play them were ou a flat at the foot
of South Battery. the display be
gan promptly at seven o'clock in
the evening, and three or four
rockets and bombs had been fired
I when by some means or other a
spark from one of the ro,kets
caught the whole stock <>f fireworks
that were stored in the flat and
every bomb and rocket and Roman
candle went off at the eam time,
this lasted for about five ninutcs
when another danger threatened;
a great many Roman candles ex
ploded right on the flat, sending
showers of sparks and flame all over
it, as a consequence the flat itself
caught fire and the flames were not
subdued until they had done con
siderable damage to the flat. No ac
cidents happened however. except
the loss of the whole stock of fire
works, and one man bnrni his hand
rather severely in trying to put out
the fire. The crowd was so gre.it
that very few people except those
who were quite near the railing of
the Battery knew anything about
it, and a great many thought that
the burring of the flat was a part
of the programme. Long after
most of the people had left the
Battery, crowds were seen coming
rdown . not knowing that all was
The State papers are all con
gratulating Charleston on having
secured such a splendid ticket of
Aldermen, the action af the Con
vention cann(ot be too highly spoken
of. and there can be no doubt thr.
at the election on the 11th of the
month this ticket will be chosen
with hardly a dissenting voice.
The stores along King Street are
putting on t heir holiday attire in
view of the ne ar approach of Christ
- mas, and it is. very pleasant to walk
on the street at night, the stores
with the pretty things in the win
dows, and the street brightly lighted
as it is with the electric light. make
a very pretty pictumre.
Our Court H ouse is now nearly
-finished, and for stylishness and
beauty of out.lin-, would, I think
compare favorably with any build
ing of its size in the Sout'iern
The Hayne Str et fire was en a of
the most horrible accidents that has
ever happened in Charleston, and it
is to be hoped thr.t our old city will
not soon be visited by such a fear
ful calamity again. Robertson
-Taylor & Co.. whose store was one
of the buildings burned, are as yet
undecided whether to rebuild or
not, for the present they have
-moved into one of their warehouses,
which they have had fited up at
a cost, I believe of s,everal thousand
dollars; the firm do not seem to be
much cast down by their loss, as
they do as much business and sell
as many goo,is as they did before.
Mdr. John iL. Koger Walterboro,
-S. C., says: "I u3ed Brown's Iron
Bitters for nervous debility and
found it very beneficial."
-From the Netcr anid Cou'rier we
gather the following statistics in
relation to the "Dry" influence pre,
vailing throngh the State: Dry
towns, Allendale, Ninety-Six, Ma.
rion, Winnsboro', Spartanburg,
Orangeburg, Blackstock, Chester,
Union, Yorkville, Bamberg, Green
wood, Graham-s, Martin's Depot,
McCormick, Ridge Spring, Mayes
ille, Williston. "Wet--Sumnter,
Greenville, Elko, Blackville, Man
fling and Nichols.
IqacY'THAT WE HAD
Space to tell you what marvelous inducements are being offered witbir
i that little "Bee Hive" of B. H. Clines & Co. What handsome Cloaks
and Walking Jackets,-superbly trimmed,-are being sold at least one
third less than their real value. How stacks upon stacks of rich and costls
Dress Goods are >eing sold in order that our immense Stock may b
reduced ; for Dress Goods unlike wine do not improve by age! 1ov
Plantation Boots and Shoes. are leaving the ato:e ; having dctermined to
discontinue keeping heavy shoes. and having advertised tlm AT COST
we will keep our promise. -Tho' the llavens Fall !' Money is scarce
and stagnation is Death ! Activity of trade must in the end compensate
for temporary loss ; for dull trade always accumulates- old stocks unti
depreciation in values. and interest on moneys lead to greater losses. I
you have any Dry Goods to buy this we.k come and see us i we wil
make it more than repay you.
What bygone v,siMns of happy childhood does this magical word recalls
During this Festive Season let us remember the children, but let us no
forget those older 1)ear One's, who hav. claims upon our generosity, an<
who can better appreciate our little kindnesses. Give them some littlh
gift-no matter how poor you may be, and in making them happy, y--t
cannot fail to be doubly happy. Before you make your purchases loot
at our resplendent line of Tse!'ul. Christmas and Holiday Goo:ls.
LOOK AND ADMIRE.
Look and wonder ! nothing but the most stylish designs in Ladie's COllars
Neck-wear and Rushings. Every thing new and desirable in Silk an<
colored bordered Handkerchiefs. Every one who has seen our beautifu
designs in Hosiery speaks of them in terms of the highest praise. Hosiery
Handkerchiefs!! Gloves!!! Ribbons!!! Buttons!!! Perfumneries!!
Corsets !! is our great STRONGHOLD from which we can never be
LOW AND POPULAR PRICES.
NOW AND ALWAYS.
therule ! A ease of ,hose much desired 12 and 15 ets Worsteds jus
Have you bought any of our 50ets. Ladies and Gentlemen's Under
wear ? Then you know that we are selling 75 cts. Underwear for 50 ets
Special inducements in Balmorals, Shawls and Jerseys. Those of yot
who have bcught Domestics from us, know that we are indeed HEAD
QUARTERS, and that wz stand without a successful rival.
B. H. CLINE & CO.
a Recently great ilprovcmnc;t" have been -made it
our Silk- and Trimming ]Deplrtnents, The only complete
line of Silks, Satins, Velvits, &c., in'Newberry.
haul Rah. Goods of All Kinds,
Columbia & Greenville RaIlroad.ketia
Cott;xISIa, S . ., %ov. 18th, 388.
OL and after Mlonday, Nov I8, 1858, the BY T EO D S
PASEN TA?IN will ruo as herewith IU-t
dicatedi upon th:u' road and its branchve I)T J
Daeily, except Sunday,.
No. 58. UP P'AS8ENGERt. I Et5R
Leave Columxbits,A - - - 1.5 a
a lston, - -- 12.f8 p M.FO T
"Hodges, --- 45pr
"Belton, -A -- 5
Arrive Greenville. - - - 70 p FULLN F -
No. 52. DOWN PASSENG ER.- -
Leave Greenville, - -"-95 m Ht
" BeI:on, - - l..5 m
"Hodges,- 125p ot,
" Ninety-SiE, -- --1.8pi
" Newberry,3.:p n bos
" Alston, -
&zohe, -- - - .4 2~ p in A h O S RCS
ULiU,' - -. - 3.1p Aty LbE1imLM1E'
' Jonesvill-,4.08 p in- F
Arrive Cotubr, - - 6.25 p in
Le sav lstn, - - - 1.6pi
-Sate, - 15p n'i 'Il
"Shelton, - 5p O E D!
" Uo.hc, -- 32mTH
ArrivatAltom - - - -11p dIItV
Leae .ewery. - - - 248 pm
Ariv Lurra C -. - - -. 88pm BAKN O PN
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Nov. 26th,1883.L. SCHUMPERT, s
A.8itSth Caoia aloaermhr 48-mlewer.y.C
THE ROUR OF CONTEST
AFFROACE & FLYNN
I HATH IN HIS PREPARATIONS
THROWN DOWN HIS GAUNTLET OF
Defiance, and Challenges the State to a
MIGHTY STRUGGLE FOR
THIS IS A STARTER:
500) doz. Pure Linen towels o ;Oe. worth 20
500 " " " " 121 " 25
500 " " " " -1.5 " 30
1000 " Hcse " 5 " 10
800 " "t " 8 .? 15,I..
500 " t "- 10 " 20
500 " 1 " ~ " 5 " 10
5;0 " " " "" 8 '' 10
300 " 6 " . 10 " 20
A Fine Lot of DAMASK from Belfast.
You Can Buy Damask, @ 25c. per yd
t 4t35 u c
" " " " " 50 "
" 10-4 Sheeting, " 20
Straw Tick -f ir 7te. worth 10
" ' " 10 "- 121
Feather " -"' 15 " .25
First Class 1hathie: Tick for in~
' N ELEtG1N CORSET FOR 50 ets.
THE PRICES? TEll
PEOPLE TEll TIlE PRICES.
The argument unanswerable. *
Put down the price and push up the trade.
Direct rroni the Manufacturers to Consumers.
The smallest profit attracts the largaat nuimber.
An Intelligent Public Wants FACTS
And Not FANCY.
WOOLEN AND JEANS
You can buy elegant Jeans for 16c., home made Jeans
for 37 1 -2c., beautiful CASSIME RES for /450.
Will say that our NOTION Stock is Complete lfn evereythley.
We have dress buttons fromi 5c. up. 144 onttons for se. Pants Lu
tons per box 10c.
A BIG DRIVE IN
SUITS FRQM $5, UP,
OVEROAH FROM 3!. liP
D). O. FLYNN'S,
LE ADERE OF LOW PIglC.
CHLAS. J. PURCELL, Manager.
April 11, 17-tf.