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PICKENS C. HI., 8. C.:
THUMDATj 9OVEMI32O 18
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The election held in thirty three State
the Union on the 7th inst., w is a per
tidal *ave for the Democracy. The
clone that struck the Republican, barr
Ohio in October and knocke 1 out on <
t.ie gable ends, w.as not a circui ita'iea
the one that followed on the 7th inst
knocked ouiit the other gable end aind
sides and has let the Republican r
strown front Connecticut. to California,
from the Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico.
complete rout of the Republicans in ne
all the States, and the heavy gain-4 by
Deniocrats in the States not. carried
them gives an assurance of the electior
a Deniocraiic President in 1884.
Extravagant appropriations; boaiisi,
fusal to reduce taxation, intermnedlin
local politics andl a total disregard of
rights of States and the rights of the :
je by the Republicans, has done the w
The Ieople North, South, East and W
are tired of the supremacy of the Itepu
cgn party and have determined to give
back sear. By a prudent, economical
tuinistration of alf rirs, the Democrats 1
have it in their power to wrest. the con
of tle National government from tlie ia
of the Republicans and hold it for year.
come. But if there is a failure on the i
oif the Democrats to succeed, it will be,
our opinion, on the quest ion of thie t a
'I he Nort horn people, as well as the Sol
desire the aholit ion of the iniquitons in
nal Revenue system and a reform in
revenue laws generally, but they are
yet prepared tb adlopt the policy of al
lute free trade. A middle course beti
the extreme free traders and the ext .
b'igh t ariff men is the safe and propcr co
A tariff that. will raise all the revenue n
ed by the Government and will at the s
time give incidental protection is what.
country demands at. this timae. F ree
in its broadest sense, 'will follow in
course of time.
In this state; the D)emocrats have cai
every county, except, perhaips, Beau
aind Berkeley In Georgetown county
Democrats and lojpublicans had a corn
mise ticket anad thle Republicans gene:
voted for thie Democratic State ticket.
ny negroes voted the Democratic ticke
enly, and many more failed to vote at
Thompson's majority is over fi fly thor
and we elect six of the seven Congressa
In the 7th or black District, the Denmot
had no cuadidat e in the field, uand the<
test was betweeni E. W. .\. Mackey, wI
and Sam Lece, colored, bot h Republic
Mackey beat Lee over nine thoausaind ye
The Democrats carry the other six
tricts by majorities raniginig fromn t w<
seven thousand. The Democratic Ccngr
mzen elected tare, Dibble, in 1st Disi
Tilman in 2dl, Aiken in 3d, Evins in
Hemphlill in 5th, and Dargan in the 6th
The Democrats have carried in the So
NorthI Carolina, Sotit hi Carolina, Oc a
Florida, Alabama, Mt~ssissippi, Louisi
Texas, A rkansas, TIennessee. Kentut
Weet Virginia. and Mlaryhand. Old
ginia has probably gone for (lie Read
ters, though the Demtocrars have made In
In the North the Democrats carry, I
Tork, Pennasylvanmia, New Jersy. Conn<
cut, Massachusetts, and D~elaware.
In the West, the Democerats carry. 0
Indiana, Missouri, Colorado and Calif'jr
and elect (lie Governor in Kansas.
In the State of New York Governor Cl
land, the Democratic candidate for C
ernor has 1 94,000 majority.
Democrats elect 19, and the Republican:
Congressmen. The Demaocrats also L
bothI branches of the Legislature.
in Pennsylvan ia, theo Demaocrats elect
Glovernor and other State otficers, secu~
the Legislature on joint ballot, and ~
Michigan elects a Democratic Goverr
nnd gains several Congressmen, but
b~alanc3 of the State ticket is Republican
California gives twelve or fifteen tho
and Democratic majority and elects
Massachusetts elects Ben Bluler, Dur
crat, by over thirteen thotusand majori
aund makes a gain of three D~emocratic C
gresemen, but the Legislauro is Repul
e-au by a reduced majority.
Iowa is Republican, but, the Demoor
gain four Congresmnen.
Rhode Island is Republican. New Harr
shire, Republican by close vote.
The contest in Illinois is close, but rathi
favorable to the Republicans, th )ugh
lDemocrat~s gaine 1 several Cong resst<
anid considerably in thie Legishatuare.
The D~emocraes will have sixty five
sevent~y majority In the next lower Hlom
of Congress. The (ireen back era only el
one member, fron: Icwa, and the indepet
enits ett. one member.
Anech#b lser's n ned ew
lAn eiiog telustha, aunew pos
law',vor~ deson authorise publisher
T~hi 3sq69o In piokens.
We have Ueve4 witnessed a more quiet o
peaceable electlesnin this Couniygtban that,
held on the 7th inet. At ftrt, t 'eepotis.
tiona of the State and Federail po4, ad the
eight boxes at the State poli tapeed eme
what t o cont se he vot,9 it -was some.
Shing they bad never befse been'accustotn
- ed to. But it was only a shm-t while b. -
ore everything oomimencod to run smootl
82. ly, and we heard a great uaany who had
- opposcd the new election law declare, after
they had voted, that It was a capital ar
rangeiment sand they liked It betto r than
rsix the old plan-in' fact we heard an expres
sion of approval of Ihe law trom every pre
per cinct in the County, while we hive heard
-tion none yet condemn it since the election. The
lion. vote cast in the County was light; out o
here about 2400 registered voters only 1,609 vo
ied. The negroes. with a few exception,
pect voted solidry for Mr. Jeremiah Looper, thei
Republican candlidate for the Legislature
ad- but refused largely to vote for the Green.
back-coalition -:ondidates, State and Con
gressional, as the following statement,
which is oflicial, will show:
S inN OR GOVERNOR.
Ilugh S. Thompson (D) 1,203
reet J. liendrix Mc Luine (it) 177
in Thompson's injority 1,026
LIEUT.NANT GOVE RNOR.
of J. C. Sheppard j(D) 1,202
to It. D. White (I) 177
Sheppard's majority 1,025
s.cRETARY OF STATE.
11dJ. N. Lip -comb (D) 1,164
Th l'hiomas Baskini (R) 94
arily Lipscomb's nimjority 1,1070
the ATToIINI:Y GENERAL.
by C. ft. Mifes (D) 1,14;3
of C. B. Farmer (R) 14
re, Miles' nAajority 1,067
lite W . S oney ( ) 1,163
8. 'orley (RL) 94
rk. Stoney's majority 1,009
CS i, STATE TREASURER.
bli, John Peter R ichardson (D) 1,103
a W. 11 6tanton (it) 94
ow Eichardson's majority 1,9
rol A. AND I. GENERAL.
nds A. 1. Manigaumlt (D) 1,06)
ito J. DeJough (Rt) 94
. Aaigault's manjority1,6
.t A,-buriy Coward (D)
'1. D. Durham (It) 9
t e!Coward's majoarity109
not jCONCREss, SD DISTRICT.
so- D. Wyatt Aiket, [Dj 1,190
eena T.' i1. Russell [It] 167
arse A ikena's imjority 1 ,023
led. STATE SENATOR.
ine W. T. Field*  1,198
rade W. It. Berry [1) 1,142
the d- lE- Boggs ED)) 1,099
J. hooper [It] 406
rtied PROBATE SUIIOK.
fort j. 11- Newtona* [U] 1,176
lhe scHooLtl0cobi sSIoN ER.
p ro- 0. L.~ Duanut* [DJ] 1,177
-ally corNTY eOMMI1ssioNEIIs.
Mla. A. B. Talley* [1)] 1,177
e . B, S. Freeman* [I))] 1. I7t
all. Elias Daay* [D] 1,175
an d CONsTITUTIONA L AMKiN051ENTS.
uen. Relating to New Counties No 1,194. Yes
ota Relating to the time of holding elect ions.
mite, Yes 1,079. No 3.
ins, Relating to theo disqualification of elec.
es. tors. Tes 1,'70. No 4.
Dis- It will lbe seen that. the New County
to Amnendment received a very black eyti ini
ess- this Couniaty, while the vote on lie other
rict, two almeindmenats was practically a unlit in
it h, favor of them.
.'Those marked thius (*) had no opposition
gia, Good-By Tom.
Ana Ex Judge 'T. J. Mlackey lins sold his re.
:ky, sidenice int Che.ter, and will remove to
Vr. Washington after the lst day of January
jusnxt. le will live in WVashaington thbree
rge monthds anid lien go to Denver, Colorado,
where lie wdll locate for the practice of' law.
kew lie publishes a letter ina the Chester Bun,
eti- let in, in wich he terribly scores thle lRev.
E. J . Va hite, thle aut hor of thle "\loney and
inot honor is wanted"' letter which IWas
tuia, picked uip in the State 11ouse after the
Greenback Convent ion had adjourned, We
ave- congratubiuiie SouthI Car-olina on his depart
ov- urec, but pity Colorado. 1
re In the thirty three States in which elec
dtionis were held on the 7th inst., it is esti-I
aemated that au million nien who have hither
to acted wit th le lepublican party voted
te the Democratic ticket. It is for the Demo
rscrats to s'ay whether they will keep these
votes wit' th -m or drive themi back into
he Republicaih ranks.
the A mob of negroes deliberately shot down
.the town marshal o' H1am pton C. 11., just
as- beor thie election and then defied arrest,
all They barricaded themselves in a house and
defmed thie authorities, and at last accountse,
'ao- had no!. been arrested. One Brabhiam, the
ty, Riepublican county Chairman, has been ar
n. rested as an accessory. The incendiary
dis harangue of Mclane at that place It is
thought, was the cause of the bloody work .
ats of the negroes.
p.The State Penitentiary has turned over
to die State Treasurer $40.000 out of the
er earnings of this year. Since the Demo
he crats came into power $150,000 worth of
m~, permanent work has been done at the Peni
teniiary, the institution has been made
or self sustaining and now turns into the
ao treasury 540,v100. When t he Radicals were
ect -In power It coat the Stat. ceventy.five or
ad- etghty triousand dellars a year. Gommenutb
Th*NwYok *u n-------anue J
RaNewl forekero thenomnaes. Ros of
alIferand atlvSeake kftens.Hueo
ofl Wentiate- kon0 alulo e~
Ea. EIToa: I desire through youl pa
Per to express may sincere thanks to thq
good people or Cartnel, Mount Pleasant an
Plokens C. H. churches for their greal
kindness to myself and family sine. 4
have come among them. I have nuw beet
preoching to these three churohes for .the
laut six months, and have during this time
met with increasing expressions of regar'd
-1u1d appeoiltiona My family moved ul
troin Laurens C II. last July, and on the
20th of the same mont h wet into the Par.
sonaUge, near Cairmael Chuitrch. On our ar
rival at the Parsonage we were met by the
good people of this church and welcomeJ
to a lithe loaded with the good things of
this life, also a supply for future u e 0
flour, stagar, coffee, potatoes, :cabb-age,
huatter, chickens, beef, &u. We lived H
little more than three months in the Par
-on.age, andi all this timne uothing but ex
pressions of kindtess. (not in words, but Ir
deeds) flowed inl utpona us inl a perpetua
But. the people of Mount Ileasan1 arf
not. at people to be left behind in doinF
good things. In Auagust following our ar
rival at tle Parsonage, while I was absen
from homnepreaching at. a protracted meet.
ing, a company from this church calm
down to see my family, bringing with their
tokens of welcome and love. I was sorr3
I was not at hotne but. I tnderst and t hi
kind visitors aid those visited had a happy
diy togeler; ite former leaving when tIhe
departed unmistakable s'gns tha1t. they too,
laud Irge anid open hearts for reeeivinf
their Pjast or elect who had recently coma
atmotng then. There aro some ladies ir
lbis*church who night lanve fitly been na
med Dorcas for suarely they have her spirit
On aceount of educational facilities, I
and faiily relucotatatly left the Parsonag<
near Cartmel Chtirch, November 1, arrive'
at Pickens Court. Hiotse same evening,
meeting a kind reception here by tle lndic
who had prepared for our coming by hav
ing a table ready for the hui.ngry. Som4
of [is give no uncerain resr.onse to thit
exhibiltin of kindness. Tluarsday allam
Friday were spent. in piatting up and ad.
jasting things generally. Onl Friday even
ing, while sir ting by tle fire musing, (not
thinking of amything of the sort) I heard
som11e one as I tlaoght t the door. I arose
to open t lie door, and when this wits done,
behold the yard and piazz:r were full of
people, headed by .l:aj)r Bradley, they
poured in Presbyterinnas, Methodists and
Ba patits. O1(d mien, mitiddle a ged andur cil
irent, till te r'ootm was full. Miajoar Brad
Ley it. seemts hadul been appointed to speak
for athe whole coma ny, witich hie did ina a
fewv expr'essive words, tellinag rme that with-a
out res peet to detnomatiination lahey hadl come
to give me a --Puiianaig,'' whitch wits abunta
dat ly confairmed'i bay thle but.nd les whtich 1113
hick all atrountad. I was ao excited thait I
haurdly' knew whtat I d' I saty in r'esponse
to athis pilenasant surpirise. For fea r I hiave
not said what I shaotuld, or' as I o'ughat,
heare aetur ma- ty sinat re thantaks ,or all t
kitadness sho wn me from a' thtree of my~
churachtes, uad fotr ait nmifaa ite.<ted'( by oat
good Iipt ist iad \leathaodists of t his pla1ce
Th'leae .are fouri l'resby teriana chturachaes it
Pickents ('ounatty, andi one IthIalihe mtemb er:
of' Carmael Church iarte in Antdetson1 counrty
WithI ithe exceptiona ot I)r'. Iliey (trom \\'a!
ha! la) wvho pr'eache s at Cemat ~l, alaere i
ntot tailothlera l'r'esblya .'iterat preachaer's voic
hteiard itt all Pickents C'oaany. Surtely there
is a great work In-are athat shtoul d be donbae
anad tatatch graeater' t hana ever a'n hc dosn
withI theL tmeanls toployed at pr'eent.
A. P NIeut')L5aoN.
T'he Graeetnliackers setem to ha4ve made a
stronager fight. ini Oconea than anay oathea
coumnty' itn the~ State, alhe Democrglibt:amajoar
iay ther'e beinag oly3 tatbon, 4u0.
rThe New' Yoritk Jii'r/dt tOt nointe GroCUaver
Chl-vel ad, the c )enocrticat (overnaor' elect
of New Yorak, f'or Pra'.i'e :t itt 1884.
A OathIohc 'r'ies't h, as bteen ki e~d in OhaioC
for denouuncitng a1 wotman its ia thief.
On thIe 1st inastatt a fatal affray tooik
place tna' A shb inai, Keta ucky. Two pris
merst', Ne-al anad Cr'af't wer'e arraested .or
10ome ahtIeged carate, iad oan accoutnt of
brteas of' a ttob, oflicet s wvere orderecd to
~onvey thIe prisotners f'roma Catllet tsburg to
Lexington A dr'iukena cr'owd seized a car
tt Ashhitad niud wetnt to Cat let tsbuarg to take
lie praisonter's away by foarce. Thtey gave
p thec attemapt, and theo prisoners were
laiced ont baoaard the steltaer Gr'anite State.
~he crowd tetn haitenaed back to Ashland
ndl sized a ferry boat and set out to inter
ept thea steamter when it shotuld reach that
oinat. Two comnpanies of troops had charge
C thie paisoners. The moub fired fromn the
erry boat, when Miajort A'len giave the
roops ordlers to tire. A large numbtaer of
aeople assemtbled ont the banks urnder the
xcitemnent, andi sotae oC themt were killed
atd wouandedl. A few of' thte mrob were
voundled and also sever'al soldiet's. Thte
vlhole communaaaiay wasa much agitated, and
hecre was gr'eat. inadiginat ion tagainst Gov.
Ilackburna anad Judge la'owni.
Thea Comm isionertCI of Agricualturao
>f South C~:aolina will reot to te
text Legislaur th0Le followirg it.
rensesO an th ae cro0ps prod ucetd in the
itatte int 1882 over' thaose of 1881 --
otton 114,499 baules: c'ortn 8,946.570
nabeItc s; nts 5.011,016 bushtels
chaut 951,268 bushels; rico 28,193w
77 pountads; sor'ghaum mnoassern 198,
77 gallons; ugaar cante 182,510
alilons of myr'tup; Swet p)Otat10s .
12,299 bushtels; Irish potatoo 181
38 bushels, pents 257,879 bushels.
'he tabove with It the inacrease in dairy
nd maraket prtotlinet. show a tot: I
ricreaso over 1881 of umore than
ighateen million <(llars'.
How She Saved Her Dasling.
"I shtall ntot feel so nernvouts again abouta
aiby's teethaing,'' Wa'itesu a griateful mother.
WVe almost lost out' durhntg from chera
afatntum, but htappily heard of Parker's
inger Tonic Itn time. A few spoonfuls
>on eured biaby, and ana occasional dose
sops us in good htealth."-Braooklyn Moth
A businiesn visit, to Pickene. lnst
Monday gave us a very pleasant
I inpreesion ot that deligntful place.
01 courmv it Is not its 1-rge a some
other piecibut it Is chock full o1
whole soul hoppitality and pure pa,
tritisii. Pickei has n good iew*
pasper, excellenit sch1oolso, two neat
and attrvactive chui rches, a qui enbea
ot mubstantial buminesa housek, and
witlitd holds it nice trade with the
couli.ry rtondal *(oi t. We saw se
erasl bright and c(heerfiul titCeis of for.
miter aqaeiaintanco aind wore grlti.
ied in meeting at ntinher of' now
ones, and when opporturnity offert4
we will take ple'I0 re4ti in Visiting
Pickeus- ag in.-Anderson Journal.
The Satest Way.
The safest nnd surest ways to restore the
youthf'ul color of aie hakir ie ttrnisih,-dl by
Parker's Iftae Halsam, which i4 deservedly
popular rron its superior cleanliiess
Gov. Bill Allen once said: "'You
might. as well try to run an ice house
in hell naq ain hone.'t goternretit
with a fill treasury."
James G. Black,
GREENVILLE, - - S. C.
AS IN STOCK AT B)TTOM PRICES,
. Gold and Silver Waaches. Spectacles,
Chains, Bracelets. Setts. Pendants. Pins,
Rings, Studs, Lockets, Charn,s, ': himibles,
&c. Silver Plate Ware. Knives, Forks,
Spoons, &c. Sationery, Alhutns, Fancy
Goods, Day Books. &o. Job Lot. Six
Olocks, $18; Large Cronos, $6; 100 Pen
cil;, 20 cents.
Repairing of Watches and Jewelry Done
nov 16, 1882 9
That are Traly Wonderful
C. P. RUNION,
EAXSLPAY, - - S. C.,
EVER ON TIlE Al.ERT WVITI CASt?
in haind to secure llargains whuenever thie
opportunity13 prestents it self. Now look out
for Bargain s. Th ime iu hias come when
you can get aul! you waunt. See the follo1w
ing uad go to C. P. R~UNI'ON'S Emuporiaum,
and ge rin' Frian:
6.00)0 yardls Fadncy Prints, 5 to 8 cents.
4,000 yarnus 8'Il and Mlourning and Cur
:.000 ard o Wo sied, 10 to .'l-, cnIts.
2,000& yards I:ni s Gioods, fromi I 5. to 51
(ashnmees and Alpaccasa of all gradles.
Boots anld So
Of ~all styles nnd graudes-Good iurogin for
$1. Tap S: e. ?1 2-. (oodl linet~ of1 (rock-.
c ry. goodt line of u'IIardw&re, Wood and Wil
Sugars. 7 t) 12 lbs. to the $1; Coffee, 7
.1 nst receivn New C'rp Newv Orleatns
Syrupii. tfrom ' 70) cents per gallon.
Ihalt P atenut FlIouri at $7 per* barrel, Ex
Ira Fam ily, M 5I)
M~ackecrel, all G radmes, C')andy, Ctontec
1ions, &c . aill at. C. P'. iRNioN's.
nov 9, 1882 8
JUJST ARIVED AND~ WILL BE SOL.D
(or the present at 10 cents per lb.
Large stock Linseed Oil, boiled and taw.
Pain- Brushes, all styles, always in
We will sell you the same Mlachine Oil
for 50 cents thait cost you usually $1.00 per
CALL ON US FOR
Schofield Engines and Presses.
Estey Sewing Muachines.
Wheeler andl Wilson Sewing Machines.
Clark's Seed Cotton Cleaner, best thing
Times Cook Stove and other varieties.
(Cook's Evaporators and Victor Cane
$2.00 Blea Isteaids andl other Furniture.
Wagon Material, all kinds.
All kinds Oil, Copal Varnish and Tur
p'unIine ou dlratught.
We are preparing a comfortable wagon
yard for our nmountalin trade.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST.
We have thme largest and cheapest Stock
of General Merchi~andise in Pickens.
110RT8N & BROWN,
Llberty, S. C.
sept 14, 1882 52
Send ai rough 'iketch orzise tY~ jv'~ 141)
Wash ingren, DI. C., and a P'reinminary
Examinationi wila be made, wtthout
carge, of all U'nited states patents of the
sameh clas~.i of invi'.ions and youa wilt be advIsed
Whecther or not nt pnfltent cani tw obtained
Ityo'a are' ndvised thatt your invetljini Ibtentabei,
sem (2t t y (J4vern~ment tee of $1.S and 6. for
daigsrequIred by, the Government. Thti Is p .
able wheni alapliti'to a Imansde. Withen allowed, te
attornecy's fee ($. aind the flinal Gove'rnmnent fee
P20) la aale.1A) n attornecy whioe fee de.1 nids oni
is ucessinobtinnga P'atent wall not) a vise you
t hat your invi o i'iIs imateuthie u so M it re'ally Is,
a'. tar as hIs best .ludgmrent can dletermlne; hence'
yo)u can rely ona the tidvice, givena r.ter a prFeliminary
examuoinationt' is bde DesIqua Patents. anad the
Reglstration er L~ubels, rrade--Mlark and
Re-Issue,. secured. Casveate prepanred ra filed.
A .lItcations in) revivor otfl'e.eted, Abandoned,
reretdCases made. If you hiave-undertaketi
to s& ur*}~our own patenat and falled, a skIlltbi hand
lning 'f the case ma~iy leaid to antecess, tiendl me a
wr itten request addlressett to the Commissioner of
P'atents that lie recognIse OPonon L. laay og
aht naton, D). C'., as your attorney I n the cas'e, f r.
lnn the tItle of the inventIon nna ~atau, Ih,- A.1
F. W . P C,&) 08
(n adiio o u
We av, thi Seso
tesie inf o
BOOTS & S HOES
To Show our Friends
Greenville, S. C
nov 9, 1882 8 3
To the Farmers.
I respect fully inform you that I am now
located at EAXILEY, anid prepared to handle
your COTrTON here and ait LllIERTfY
My facilities for selcling direct to Ex
porters and New England Maniufacturers
will enable me at all .times to pay you the
Highest Cash Prices for your
A. II. lihlOWN,
net 2, 1882 Ealms
Notice to Debtors &nCeitr s.
yggpD or PICIfIL1
When You Come to Creen
ville, dont forget to
Call at the
I~kri clothing Ia1411,
Opposite Dr. Walter'* Drug Store,
where you will find the largest
and best assortment of
In the upper part of South
FM. Warren Ford,
a ug 31 1882 5 4.m
A Bran New Stock
In Old Stand,
C LOT HI NG,
Genuts Furnishing Goods
GREENVILLE,. . * . C.
I amr in business entirely for my
self, and I would be pleased for all
my old patrons and friends, to call
and see me when they come to
our City. I carry a larger stock
Please don't, forgot that I am itn
moy OLD STORE, where I have
been doing buiness for tbe old
AIR. TRlO. N. HUNLJER, of
Liberty, is in my emnploymenst, and
would like foir his Pickente friendts
to give hitm a call when they visiit
Oot 5, 1882 8 4m
NTOTIUOINA ~ T~ET
TO BE PAIDO N
( RAV A T.
H ANDRERCI EFS, & c
That you buy from us. Our Larp~e
And we~ invite everybody to ~
JExa dine Our Got
Refere Buyinag Elsewhne.
McTIAlAN A WEN
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CA L L 'N
W. T. McFALL,
FOR FiNE TES COFFE1
Sugars. Syrunps, Fl'ur1, a
Bot ShLoes and Rubber.
Iiarpeunter's an d shnoe JMak
TobaIcco, Cigars and Cigarettes,
ill at reasonablehl prices, and no
EASLEY, N=. C.
A M REtCEIVING THIIE FINESTI
LOT OF~ FUltNITURH~
ever brourght to
25 Bnreaus atl bottom prices.
25 Walnut Bedsteands, ranging
from *6 to *15.
50 Panel and other Beds from
A ll kinds of Trundle and S'ngle
Large lot of Bed Springs, Wire,
shucek anid Cotton Maittreases.
Sales, Sofas, Wihat-Notr, eta., at.
A ll kinds oft Undertaeker' 06u.34B
-henp, consist1ing of-(culii.,'*
ceIM, Burial Robes, etc.
('nll to see' meO price 1 he. (oodm,
and ho convinced that yfa 'can do
ms well at homne us elsewjh.-r.
WVith thanks for ,past pa~n
A. M. RUNisoN,~
Soct 26, i882 6 8mo
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