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Comne and Examinie
oilu New Stock.
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and all uil'leacled
LaAInDI E s
will find a varicty of Notions
of the Latest Styles. New
Style Collarettes, now st.ylc of
Ladies MignoCtte Collars anid
LA1EST STYLE O
FULL LINE OF
LADIESl AND MISSES
MADE IN SEL"LIING OUR
D A NNE NBER G & Co.
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j S ngnin opanedfothacomdin
. , t the tirehing and( boa.-ding public.
Tlnble supplieud with the beCM th le coituntry
aflordls, uandt no car' or ex pensoe shall be
sparedi in maiking my~ ghuests comftortablec.
(live mr n triail.
A. A, Morris,
nov I 8. 1m Pi o'pricer.
LL Tpersons indobted to nus eithuer by
Ii Note o r account, posit due', are hereby
nuotil thnt prompt CA SI! payment is
now required or ot~hor satisfactory setitle
ment be made immedliately. JBusiness
necessity compels .is to make this demniund,
and we hiope all interested will come for
ward at once and save further trotable.
jauS a 4ATY IJrO u
Cheviot Suits, all Wool $12 00
Cassimlre Suits, .$1200
" "c $14 00
" "a'20 00t
Pants a laMod , . 4 00
Pants " all wool, 6 00
Pants " Latest Style, 7 00
TE E YESL
Suits at 6, 8, 10 aid twelve dollars !
AL L W 9L CHEV TSUITS,
810 0 $104
IIATl OF THE LATEST STYiL
TO SUIT TI-E MOST
The allck atCopperfield, adGoz..
ve.These are the LATEIST.I
GENTS FARNiSHING GOD S
OFMIEbTS! ADONY00 .
Whiite Shirts, New York Mills, at $250.
3cI2 Madeo to Or'der' I
NEW STOCK~ OF TIES.
S-A..LE FRESI[ BUTTER,
2 ST LABL EIF'5 lbs. Fresh Country Butler,
Chooe, Crackers &o.
.a F. GOO~iNG, fb1
i. et. to I. 'I e crii, I wvi keep Pwe meil
ale. I rii i anof goo~ sted wviii ttadMi es rm Uie
nt l1 l t o i v e m e a c a l . r r i ns geo ,o n p i
executed and warranted. Give me a call Fo8ioB
A. F. OODIU. Me.ADESPRTE & R 0P.
A letter writeri speaking of Senator
Brownlow'..of' Ternnessee, says ,H
cite at the extreme lefit of the' resi
de*ut desk, so as to be near the en-.
trance.. le' is a tall, dark-haired
man, pale even to his lips, with no
colo'r or life to any part of his bgdy,
save his restless eyes, which grow
bright at rare intervals when soume
ringing war cry on one side or the
other of the [louse kindled the firo
that disease has almost smothored.
He never speaks, nor moves, n( r en,11
a page, nor smilew' nor talks to bio
neighbor. Attei dante carry him to
his seat at twelve, aid back to his
home at five o'clock. There he sits,
during the long hours, silent and
ghost like, quivering, trembling,
twitching perpotually with a terrible
plaly-the ghost of tfo incient Par
son Brownlow. Such to-day is Par
pon lirownlow, of Tennessee-th'o
once.ptiissant campaigner of Southern
Journalism. He patiently waits the
reading of the call.-list of Eterni
A New CoIton Factory for Greenville.
Greenvilleis jubilant over the es
tablishment of a now cotton factory
there. The Mountaineer says: Our
citi"ensl'n last Satiurday were very
much and agreeably surprised to learn
that Alexander McBee, Esq., had
leased for a term of ten years to a
of Boston, Mass. Messrs. Sampso.n,
Rall & .06., hi lrick mill and water
power, loated just below his large
flour and oorn mill, in this oity for
the purpose of converting it into a
cotton factory. On Saturday, a train
of nine cars arrived at the Green
ville depot, which contained the
looms.pnd 6ther fixurep for the facto.
ry.. Web~ hvo seen tiem na t~hy are
heilig unlo'adel. 1i. Alexander
Adams, wheelwright and carpenter,
assisted by a puinber of hands. is
now cleaning out the leased mill,
which is forty feet square and three
stories high besides the garret, to
make room for the loon . E *
inhment of a hona ide cottci factory;
;10,0 :the evening trair. frqm Albany
recently, .ws. 'n. woman bound for
Westfield, who persitcd in request7
ig the affable conductor to informn
her wheun Cliester . was reacl-ed.
Every tine when the conductor
pasbed through the car, he was greet.
ed with : "Please tell me when we
got to Chester." Courteous man
though he is, even his patience was
finally exhauste4,.and he politely re
quested the iinfortiinate female to
maintain silence, as he a had
heard and would heed her injunction.
Chester was finally reached, and
"Chester" was yelled at the car door.
The train again fitarted, and the con
d'uotor, iiognted the car.in which was
hispersocutor. "Will you tell me
when we get to Chester T' she said.
"This is Chester," he exclaimed, and
grasping the bell-rope, he had the
ain baok- up to foie station. "I'm
tead glad yoti.obliged me," said the
daughter of Eve to the exasperated
conductor. "My husband used to live
"A Born Stealer."
Gov. Moses, of South Carolina, is a
most unfortunate man. Owing to
some curious ,defect in his mental
construction whenever be sits'downpto
write lje,Is full as lillely to use theQ
exacl language of noino one else an
he is to lhveht any of his own. Hie
sent a message to the Legislature re
cently, and a dtriking passage from
gi!aoaaulig elipped into it in the most
unaccountable way. Thme other day
be put the tinregenerate among hid
consilfuents tso shanme by delivering
pn el oqnevgt lecture on "Religion,"
but its beneficial effect has been a
good deal weakened by the discoverj'
that it was.an almost literal trans
cript from a sern~,n by tho Itev. Rob
ert Hall, of Lovdon,, on ".\odern Enfi
delity." Poor Moseas! Ho seems' to
be a born stealer.-N. . Tribune.
A Blsroi cry.
The 8cr anton ,(1.) :epublicani
says :"On iSaturdna a ft ernoon a
miner named Martin Loughery, work
ipg in No. 10 mine of the Pennsyl.,
vania Coal CJompany's works at
Pittston, while in tho act or breaking
a massive piece of coal wh'o'm hie hatt
dislodged, discovered embedded i
the centre of ttwhat a paedto b
a small nyoden *be ofan oblong
shape. Upon toucohing the box it
erumnbled into dust l iko a fungus, and
disclosed'a copper whistle, having a
flint month-piece, and in other re
spects shaped like our ordinary tin
whistles. 'J'e xjpiner brightened it
up, applied it to his mouth and made
it sound, dou~btl.ess for the first time,
t'n centitries. .rThe spot whore it la.
(s about one hundred feet beneath t' e
surfae o'f th. earth.
A returled pTiraNortlampton,
Mass., s*iars that ho saw the fol
howIg 'hisc -iption on a brown slah
above the grave of a deceased wife i
~the White river region of Arkaruias
~during his campaigns;
Ihe washed ihe child~ren, fed ihn~ f'wis.'
SAnd made her home resound wirh howls,
Time to Uniloid.
This eminently sagacious and al
ready historic saying of. President
Grant formed the burden of a public
meeting of the great unwashed to
night. The meeting was held in the
ball of the House of Representatives,
and was in the nature of a public re,.
ception to Congressman Elliott,
State Treasurer Cardozo presided
and introduced the hero of the occa
sion, who made another one of those
speeches which are supposed to fore.
shadow a great political revolution
in this State. le commenced by
alluding to his instrumentality in
suppressing the Ku-Klux. Then he
modestly referred to his speech on
the Civil Rights bill, claiming that
he had met Mr. Stevens in debate,
overcome bis "sophistry," and vindi.
cated the intelligence of his race.
Elliott then, leaving this .modest
vein, gave his colore'd brethren some
He reminded them that they wre
on trial, and were esponsible before
God and the world for the use they
made of the rights 'rith #hioh they
had Lean vested. He told them that
they must not consiaor piblio posi
tion a place for private advantage,
and warned them against prostituting
the government for private ends.
le appealed to them most eirnestly
to vindicate their ability to govern,
and predicted that it was not the
Democracy which would overthrow
tho party. Nothing could save it
From defeat but economny. io saill
hat lie had scen Butler and Sumner,
ind all the leading agents of the
party, in Washington, and they all
igreed with General Grant, t8at it
vag time to. duload,
R. H. Cain, member of Congresa
rom the Second District) next made
few remarks, the'burden of which
was that lie, too, wan of:. the opinion
ht it was time to unload.
kttcrney General, Melton was next
salled upon fur:a speech. He said
hat there was not one word in the
peneches of the two previous speakers
hat he could no' freely and heartily
di~t 0p un o'ad - do17or. 't1
Prayer or South Carolina.
In another column will be fotind a
locument that tvi'.l call up a blush
f irhoimo to the face of every decent
itizen of these United States. It is
lie appeal of a large section of the
.itizons of the State of South Care
ina to the Congress of the United
itates, for protection frotn the men
rho havoseiged on the government
>f the State, and who, by the aid' of
:he ignorant freedmen, roe the pro.,
ierty.owners under cover of law.
'lhe prayer for precti'on is i tem.
"erste document, and the staterent
>f the condition of th, State under
-arpet-bag ruls is as free from pas
lion as such.a do!umient could be.
[n proof of the 'robbery and misgov
;overnment existing the startling
tatenient in made, supported by
igurec, that the cost of printing for a
>4riod of sixty years, from, 1800 to
1359, was $271,180, under the old
3tate Government ; while the outlay
ast year, under carpet-bag rule,
Lmounted to $33l,945-a pretty con
ideraible steal for one year. Yet
he Republican party prates of hones
y.-New York Herald.
President Grant's new team,, comn.
iosed' of four handsome bays,' wh
~old trim nlea harness,' made its ap.
eimrance on the avenue io Washing.
on Thursday afternoon. Very wide
mud very whiite reina controlled themi
mad the team surpasses anything of
he kind ever seen iti the capital.
I'ho onily thing that evecr eame. un *to
t in style was Hemmbolds tiurnout,
rith gold trim ed hainess 'alab,
rlhich gas ,ity 'Vashinmgt6n. fonr or
lye years ainee. Thc horses of the
P'residential "four-in-hand'' are all
uperior, and it is' said the team can
get,.ver the turf at a three minutes'
gait. T wo of the horses, the leaders,
aave done better than this on the
private half-mile track south of the
axecutivo mansion, on more than one
eeasion, at one of which President
J3rant ~himself held the ribbons.
Ni'w Yog Febr'uary "30.--The
N1ew York Tfimeq this morning, in
publislgihg the memorial to Odngress
)f the South Carolina Taxpayers
rDonvention, (Whieb was received by
telegraph,) editorially says:
"A memorial'has been addressed
by citizens of South Carolina to Con.
gress praying for reliqff from so'me
burdens under which the are suffor
ing. The itddr'ess is. a document
which demands attention. 'Congress
sannot ignore it. -The revelations
nade are most extraordinary, and
mortainly they will not be read with
>leasure by any section or political
>arty. We, hope it will bp ,found
hat something can be d one for
Bouth Carolina before Congress
Upon the car ificate that further
onfluement would be fatal by the
ittending physician, Gov. Kemper, of
Va., has pardoned Peg. McCarty,
enntned to cnfnement for duelin.