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THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6,18C6.
T*P following are thc Agents for this paper:
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^Rev! COLIN MURCHISON, General Traveling and Col
^TOWNSEND i: NORTH, Booksellers and Stationers,
C O^bGO0DMCAN. Cross Hill, Laurens District, y. C.
j' V'NBTHEBS, Cnion, S. C.
Captain W. E. EARLE, Greenville, S. C.
Col. J. J. RYAN. Renwell, S. C.
T T D?BOIS, Marion.
C S* HARRY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison Co., Fla.
PATRICK & HUVEY, Macon, Ga.
>T Y H. WILLIAMS, Clinton, S. C.
.j' R'. ALLEN, Chester C. H., S. C.
W S LANCE, Grahamville P. O., Beaufort, S. C.
B F. BRADFORD, Walterboro", S. C.
H L. DARR, Sumter, S. C.
THAD. C. ANDREWS, Orangeburg, S. C.
J M. BROWN, " Southerner office," Darlington, S. C.
M. M. QUINN & BRO., Augusta.
J. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DAVEGA, Agent in New York.
TRIBUTE TO BALTIMORE.
BT A CHAEnESTONIAH.
Oh I the beautiful, fragrant, sunny South,
Where many a murmuring stream . '
Binds her around, like a lover's ann
A maiden in his dream I
Drowns her with kisses, and then revives
Even by kisses again.
Till thc land glows soft in the rosy dawn,
Trembling with joy and pain.
I close my eyes, and I see her once more
In her exquisite, passionate youth !
Then gazing afar, on a colder soil,
"Waken to sorrow and truth.
To sorrow, I said? alas ! how frail is
Thc fieklo heart of man 1
Thc sin of ingratitude creeps within,
Struggle as best we can !
Though I hear no more the musical sound
Of the south wind in the trees
Though my languid senses are not lulled
By the spray of the ocean breeze !
"Where the white magnolia's odorous breath
Burdens the falling rain,
And the jessamine's subtle perfume half
Intoxicates the brain I
Yet, I've found a land where the men are true,
And the women are "passing fair"
Where they give to tho stranger a willing hand,
And render the welcome dear.
Oh 1 God is great 1 and God is just !
He has given them hills and dales;
And their thoughts rise high'as their lofty slopes,
And hearts as deep as their vales,
Beat with pity, and melt with love 1
For the lonely wanderer here.
They fire the check with rustic health
By a blast of the wintry air !
Oh! softer than any murmuring breeze
Is their loving, kindly tone ;
Which cheers you in an hour of joy,
Or makes your griefs their own I
Their bills are not crowned by clustering vines,
Few flowers meet the eye !
Yet, I only thin* of my Southern home
With a half regretful sigh t
A sigh ! for the dear paternal roof
Where my mother's gentle brow
Shows sweet religion's holy calm
Dwells with her spirit now!
A sigh! to press the rosy lips
Of sisters, bright and fair,
Who, every day and every hour,
Are wishing for me there !
A Bigh ! for my father's circling arm
To clasp me to ms breast,
To lay my head on his manly form,
And know I am "at rest !"
A sigh I for the soil so conquered and crushed,
Where slumber the young and the brave ;
Where the soldier hes in the clinging earth
The land of my brother's grave I
But this is the city that he loved,
Where his happiest hours were known;
And I clasp the hands of his faithful friends
And claim them for my own 1
Oh 1 the time will come when I leave these shores,
But never will mem'ry part
From its hallowed joys, which must ever keep
A place in my grateful heart ! C.
BAITMOBE, October 22,1866.
HOMICIDE.-On Friday night last, near the Cen?
tral Bailroad Depot, two negroes got into an alter?
cation, in the course of which Stsphen Scott
stabbed Jerry Miller in the neck and side, from
which he died in about an hour. Coroner Myers
summoned a jury and held an inquest on the body.
The jury returned a verdict in accordance with the
facts of the case, as proved before them.
THE WHITE FIREMEN.-The anniversary of the
Germania Company will be celebrated to-day, 3d
inst., by a parade of all the white fire companies
in the city, who will appear in full uniform with
their respective machines. After a parade through
the principal streets, the other companies will es?
cort the Germania to their house, and the evening
will close with a ball at St. Andrew's Hall. The
German Fire Company has been among the most
efficient of any organization in this city, and de?
serves credit, not only for their promptness at fires,
but for their energy in obtaining a good steam en?
gine at then- own expense.-Ibm.
HOMICIDE.-The Cuthbert Appeal of Friday con- ?
tains the paragraph below, in relation to an un?
fortunate afluir which occurred at Dawson, a few
days ago :
"On Monday last, during the session of the Su- ,
perior Court of Terrell County, in the piazza of |
Mr. Baldwin's store at Dawson, in which house the
slayer was a clerk, Mr. Wm. Brewer, a young man
whose parents reside in Griffin, Georgia, with a
pistol, shot Mr. Bufus Martin, a carriage maker of
Dover, Terrell County, the ball entering the neck,
just above the breast bone. Martin turned and
walked about twenty-five yards, fell, and died in a
DEED.-The Borne Courier, of Saturday, says:
John Lowry, who was stabbed by Ben. Atkins,
his brother-in-law, last ThursdaVj died that night.
As the matter will undergo judicial investigation,
we refrain from the publication of any further al?
leged facts in regard to this most melancholy af?
fair. Whiskey, that insatiable spirit and the bane
of our land, has had another victim.
THE MISSIONARY MASSACRE IN COREA_M. Ridel,
a French missionary, has written a letter from
which we extract some information respecting
affairs in Corea. The Prince Begent of that
country, who is a tributary of China, sends,
every two years, ambassadors to Pekin. Hs re?
ceived from them a false intimation, the purport of
which was that the Chinese had commenced a gen?
eral massacre of -Europeans. He immediately
caused tobe seized and beheaded the Apostolic Vicar
Daveluy, his coadjutor, and the missionaries Bau
lie?, Pourthie, Petinicolas, and a great number of I
native Christians. "As for myself, writes M. Ridel, 1
"condemned to death three months since, lam con?
cealed between two walls in the house of a Chris?
tian. A description of my person has been sent to
every town, with orders for my arrest, and I
es^ect every hour to fall into the hands of the
myrmidons who are in search of me. Some man?
darins, however, have acted with humanity. The
one in -charge of the district where I am has
not yefarrested any of our Christians ; others con?
fine themselves to flogging them: and others again
are satisficd-with. exacting, for form sake, a pre- ;
tended recantation. As to the myrmidons they
have no other thoughts save robbery and pillage.
The fear of an insurruction has obliged the Gov?
ernment to recall them for a time from the provin?
ces." M. Ridel has succeeded, together with
eleven Christians, io getting on board a vessel
bound for China, and reached Tche Fou on the
7th July. Two other missionaries, M. Feron and
Calais, were still wandering in the mountains of
AN OED BIBLE-The Imperial Library, in the
Rue Richelieu, has been enriched, through the
munificence of the Empress, by a paleographio ob?
ject of great interest, lt is a Bible, in two octavo
volumes, in vellum-a master-piece of fine penman
?hip and illustration. It dates from the thirteenth |
century, and was executed in Europe, then convey?
ed to Arabia, from which country ii has been re?
cently brought. The text, disposed in two columns,
is bordered by marginal notes, including the great
and little Massora-a collection of critical-observa- 1
tions of great value for understanding the Hely
Scriptures. Another peculiarity of this manuscript
-in addition to the two leaves of the frontispiece,
written on purple, and giving a representation of
the principal objects of the exterior worship of the
Jews-is twelve other leaves adorned with arabes?
ques and interweavings of the greatest elegance.
At a first glance they appear to be merely draw?
ings, but on a closer inspection are found to bc mi?
croscopical writing, following all the capricious in
flections of the sketch,, ana comprising the one
hundred Psalms of David. The Empress, to whom
th? manuscript was proposed for sale, purchased
it at oncej and has now presented it to the library,
thinking it could not have a more appropriate des
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC!.
ON HAND, THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF FINEST
Ever offered for sale in this section of the country, com?
prising every size and description of BINDING. This
stock of BLANK "WORK has been manufactured to order
for City Trade of the best Paper and Binding-are war?
ranted equal to any sold in thc country,
CONSISTING OF :
LEDGERS, CASH BOOKS, JOURNALS, BILL BOOKS,
BLOTTERS, DOCKETS, INVOICE BOOKS, RECEIPT
BOOKS, COLLECTION BOOKS, RECORDS, LETTER
BOOKS, INDEXES, &C
NOTE PAPERS, BLOTTING PAPERS
LETTER PAPERS, DRAWING PAPERS
BILLS OF LADING BOOKS
From SMALL NOTE to OFFICIAL SIZE in great va?
riety of Colors-Buff, Canary, Amber, Gold, White.
OF MABIE & TODD, JOHNSON & FAIRCHILD'S
MAKE, all sizes, singly or in cases of Rubber-Gold
Mounted and Silver Cases (all new styles); Fluid and
Copying Ink, Steel Pens, Quill Pens, Carmine Ink,
Pocket Knives, Erasers, Bankers' Cases, Pocket Books,
Ink Stands, Lead Pencils, Pen Holders, Rulers, Rubber,
Mucilage, Slates, Backgammon Boards and Men, Chess
Men, Dominoes, Playing Cards, WRITING DESKS (a fine'
stock); Work Boxes, Portefolios.
In gi eat variety-Bizes, 10 by 12, to 13 ty 21 inch plates.
CASH AND DEED BOXES, with Extra Locks, from 6
inches to 21 inches in length, BILL HEAD BOXES,
ENVELOPES, . ENVELOPE , BOXES, POSTOFFICE
BOXES, OFFICE CALENDARS, TWINE BOXES, REVE?
NUE STAMP BOXES.
Of the best quality and low prices. TWINE.
On CITY BANKS. BANK DEPOSIT BOOKS.
A choice lot of FAMILY BIBLES in store-new styles
of binding, with Photograph Card leaves inserted.
A choice lot of the above, which persons in want
w ould do well to examine. A FEW EXTRA FINE ONES.
IKE ABOVE ARE A SMALL PORTION OF STOCK IN
STQjiE Parties in want of goods in the STATIONERY
LIN n and FANCY ARTICLES, are invited to examine
the Si oct, at
No. 9 BROAD-STREET.
UNITED ST?I?XPRESS G?IBE
ALL "THE EXPRESS OFFICES TN THE UNITED
STATES, WITH NEW POSTOFFICE REGISTER,
IS NOW BEING PUBLISHED BY
GEORGE W. HAWES,
At Baltimore, Std.
This DIRECTORY has already attained the LARGEST
CIRCULATION of any Directory ever published.
Price of the Book, including names of Firms,
$5 Per Copy.
C. H. BASS, General Agent.
December 1 C
Stationer and Manufacturer
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, and
CARTE DE VISITE,
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO SAY THAT HE IS STILL
located at his old stand,
No. 126 Nassau-st., New York,
Where he continues to supply tue Jobbing and Retail
Trade with all articles in the BOOK AND STATIONERY !
LINE, on the most liberal terms.
Books, Stationery; Note, Letter, Oap, Legal Oap, Bill
and Bi th Papers; Pho&graph Albums, Carte de Visite
for Albums, Blank Books, Inks, Mucilage, Envelopes,
?tc., &c, in great variety and cheap.
A superior line of POCKET DIARIES for 1867.
Catalogue sent on application.
Orders promptly filled. Address
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
C. F. VOGLER.
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A large supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
A fine and large selection of NOVELS, by tbe most
celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
AU the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for the same.
Orders from the country are respectfuUv solicited.
TERMS LIBERAL. November 8
THE JACKET OF GREY,
OTHER FUGITIVE POEMS.
EY MKS. C. A. BALL.
TN MEMORIAM OF OUR LOVED AND LOST CAUSE,
AND OUR MARTYRED DEAD-"OUTNUMBERED
For salo at RUSSELL'S, HOLMES AND COURTE?
NAY'S BOOK STORES.
83~ Subscribers wiU receive their numbers at as early
a day as possible. November ~. 7
50th TEAK OF PUBLICATION.
ALMANAC FOR 1867.
ACOMPLETE HANDBOOK FOR THE PLANTER,
Merchant, Mechanic, Navigators, &c. Price per
hundred $13.00; $2.00 per dozen,
HIRAM HARRIS, Publisher,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
November 16 Imo
SUCH AS RECORDS FOR PUBLIC OFFICES,
Ledgers, Journals, Cash Boots, Day Boots, &c, con?
stantly on hand, and made to order, and -with any de?
scription of Ruling. None but the best workmen em?
ployed, and the best materials used.
A practical experience of twenty years in the above
line, and with facilities unsurpassed, enable me to war?
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTING
In all its branches, with new type, new presses, and
advantages not excelled in this city. Lawyer's Blanks,
'.Eitles, Bonds, Mortgages, &c, &c, on hand and printed
to order. tuthalyr_December IA
THE SUMTER NEWS,
DARB & OSTEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER. S. C.
Subscripticu $4.00 per annum. To Clubs of four
$3.00 per annum.
Advertisements inserted on Uberal terms.
TOYS, FANCY GOODS,ETC.
PREPARE FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
KEMEMBER THAT FRED. VON S ANTEN, NO. 290
KING-STREET (this is his address, if you wish to
order by mail), hes this season an unusually large, and
certainly the most beautiful coUection of FANCY
GOODS, TOYS and FIREWORKS in this city. He has
been established here for seventeen years, and Mer?
chants, Planters and families residing in or visiting the
city wiU find it profitable, instructive and amusing to
inspect the Goods which he is now opening at the SANTA
CLAUS HEADQUARTERS, and which wiU mate suitable
presents lor the coming holidays. If you cannot visit !
him personally, any one acquainted with the city will
tell you that VON S ANTEN knows how to give satisfac?
tion in filling all orders for the country, which are en?
trusted to his care. Outside of his Shelf Goods, he offers
to the Trade TOYS, FIREWORKS and CONFECTIONE?
RY, put up together or separately, iu original boxes, at
prices ranging from five to one hundred dollars per case.
If you wish to buy or order any Toys or other Presents
for your parents, children or friends, in the Fancy Goods
line, such as beautiful CABAS, WORK BOXES, CHINA
ORNAMENTS, JEWEL CASES, TOILET SETTS, FO?
LIOS, CARD CASES, and most beautiful ALBUMS, cost?
ing from $1 up to $25 each, and other ornamental as weU
as useful Presents, go to
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS,
No, 290 KING-STREET,
Three doors below Wentworth-street.
November 10 Btutb2mo
NO. 621 KING STEEET,
Near Upper Guard House.
T. P. FORRESTON,
JOBBER AND DEALER TS
FANCY CHINA %GOODS FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
FANCY WORSTED GOODS,
November 26 imo "
COTTON MD CORN FERTILIZER.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE-SAME AS NO. 1 PERU?
VIAN GUANO, AT LESS THAN HALF THE
COST. Barrels 250 pounds each; eight to the ton.
HUNT & BRO., Agents,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
#v7?C*W>rf ; ... ^. ; ;.'? ??mn
DRY GOODS, ETC.
FINDING IT NECESSARY (IN ORDER BETTER TO
accommodate our friends and customers) to en?
large our Store, preparatory to tho change, we will offer
our STOCK OF FINE DRESS GOODS for the next
twenty (20) days at greatly reduced prices.
Included in the above can bc found French All-Wool
Merinoes, Poplins and Empress Cloths in many diff?rent
dualities; Plaid and Striped Poplins, Lustres, Poplinettes,
kc, together with many lower grades of Dress Goods; all
of which have been marked down ten to twenty per cent,
and will bo sold without reserve, in order to make room
for intended improvements.
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. 2G3 KING STREET,
December 5 wth2-fmw Opposite HascL
BOOMI & MENEE,
No. ISC KING STREET,
THIRD DOOR ABOVE HORLBECR'S ALLEY.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR NEW STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of the
finest FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS, DOE?
SKINS, and a full variety of the neatest and latest etvle
patterns of CASHMERES, VELVETS, SILKS, ?c.,
Beaver and Esquimaux Cloths, for Overcoats, and a full
supply of Medium Grade Cloths and Cassimeres for Bu?
They are now prepared to make up Garments as cheap?
ly as can be done in any Northern city, and finished in
the latest and most fashionable Btyles, or in any style that
They respectfully invite their friends and the public to
caU and examine the stock for themselves.
All orders will be promptly executed and gocd fits and
prompt workmanship will be guaranteed.
November 10 stuth2mo
No. 35 BROAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
STUTTS OF WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER AI
November 27 MERCHANT TAILOR.
MRS. S. J. COTCHETT, ;
"Emporium of Fashions,"
No. 263 King street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FRENCH MILLINERY AND ARTISTIC DRESS
MAKING TN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Dresses, Basques, Sacks and
Cloaks cut by measurement, and a perfect fit guaranteed.
Trimmings and Patterns of the latest Paris and York
Fashions received every month, and sent to any part ot
tho country on receipt cf thc amount.
Send for circular.
October 8 2mo
Life Assurance Society
OF TILE UNITED STATES.
Established February, 1859.
np TTE ASSURED PARTICIPATE TN THE PROFITS.
1 Dividends declared annually AND PAID TN CASH.
O. A. BOWEN,
Agent for Charleston.
At Messrs. James Adger k Co.'s, corner East Bay and
Adger's South Wh&x? tu tb s November 20
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
No. 359 King-street,
BEL CW GEORGE' STREET.
YOU WILL FIND AT THE ABOVE ESTABLISH?
MENT a full supply of Gent's, Boys* end Youths'
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS AND SLIPPERS; Ladies'
Misses' and Children's Congress Gaiters; Polish Boots,
Balmorals, Bootees, Buskins and Slippers of every de?
scription; Gent's and Boys' Hats of aB. kinds.
The above Goods I am determined to sell at the lowest
possible price. My motto is quick sales and small profits.
Give me a call and you wi* 'be rewarded.
' October 20 stutimos
rpCE FINEST LIQUORS, ALES AND SE GARS,
J. WAYS ON HAND; NEW YORK AND MILL IK
H. H. BADENH0P & CO.,
No, 133 Meeti?g-Street,
November 19 CHARLESTON, S. C
1 8 3 O,
AT COMER OF EAST BAY AND QUEEN ST.,
AND NOW RE-OPENED AT
NO. 219 KING STREET,
WEST SLOE, ONE DOOR SOUTH OF MARKET
STREET, UNDER THE CARE OF
THE SAME PRINCIPAL
HAVE RECEIVED DURING THE
past week a lar.se invoice of
to fill up their Stock, and can now
offer to purchasers choice and at?
tractive styles of GARMENTS of all
BOTS' AND YOUTHS'
THE BEST SUPPLY TN THE CITY.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PURE LAMBS?
WOOL AND MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT
well supplied with a variety of
which can he made up under the su?
pervision of a first-class FRENCH
CUTTER, who is calculated to please
every one that will favor us with
E" W, McTTjaSOUis. S?periiitsmtent.
FILL IND WINTER GOODS,
OLD AND WELL KNOWTi STAND
Edgerton & Richards,
NO. 32 BROAD STREET.
rpHE SUB SCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
8 and the public generally that be is now receiving
bis Stock of
FILL IND WINTER GOODS
CONSISTING OF :
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTHS
Black and Fancy Cassim ores, in'great variety of styles
Beaver and Pilot Cloths
Plain and Figured Velvet, Silk and Cassimere Vestings.
AU of which are of the best
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE.
I take pleasure in informing the public that having se?
cured the services of one of
THE BEST CUTTERS
in the country, who, from his extensive experience, both
? in Europe and America, is prepared to guarantee A FIT
TO ALL. '
As Successor of Edgerton & Richards
I would inform the old patrons of the establishment that
I have their
AND CAN FELL
ORDERS FROM THEIR FORMER CUSTOMERS
AT A DISTANCE WITH SATISFACTION.
J. S. PHILLIPS.
December 1 Imo
TOW PRICED CLOTHING, SUITABLE FOR FREED.
_i MEN, from $4 to $10 a suit, to which we invite the
attention of Merchants, Factors and Planters.
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
November 7 80 No. 124 MEETING STREET.
KERSEYS, SATINETS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS
and other Low Woollens, for plantation use, for
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
November 7 30 No. 124 MEETING STREET.
WHITE &P AINE,
Snipping & Commission l?rcMnls
NQ. 4 SOUTH ? T?iANTIO WHARF.
< cn A tu^siow, 8, C.;
J. 3. flaxiia,,,...;,v?a?0R323.
Under the Victoria Hotel.
EXTRA AND MEDIUM
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL,
Lower than can be sold in Charleston
OUR. CLOTHING BEING MANUFACTURED
BY OURSELVES, 'and being able to soil it at the VERY
LOWEST PRICES, we invite purchasers to call and ex?
amine our VARIED STOCK, which we are satisfied will
give the utmost satisfaction. A convincing evidence ii?
the appended description of our WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL PRICES, to which we ask particular attention.
The following is a DESCRIPTION OE CLOTHING
which we offer at TWENTY PER CENT. LESS THAN
COST. This may be considered by the public as a hum?
bug, but we assure them that it is undoubtedly true. If
ihy one doubts, come and see. All that we ask is a caL
ind examination of the STOCK, for it is and will be no
trouble to show our Goods. We are always happy te
EEAYY BLACK OVERSACKS. $10.06
HEAVY MIXED OVERCOATS. 12.00
EIEAVY LIONSKTN TALMAS. 14.00
BLACK. 0VEESACKS (very good Article).. 13.00
EEAYY ALL-WOOL ENGLISH PILOT.... 24.00
GERMAN BEAVER. 30.0O
FRENCH BEAVER. 40.00
EIEAVY LINED COTTONADE SACKS. 4.00
HEAVY LLNED COTTONADE. 5.0?
EIEAVY FLANNEL LINED SATINETS. 8.00 :
HEAVY OXFORD MIXED SATINETS. 7.0?
EIEAVY FANCY CASSLMERE. 9.00 1
DOUBLE AND TWIST BLACK AND
WHITE MIXED. 10.00
HEAVY FANCY CASSLMEil^ ( -, Coeds) 13.00
BLACK CLOTH. 10.00
BLACK CLOTH. 12.00
FINE BLACK DOESKIN. 20.00
PINE BLACK AND WHITE WOOL MIX?
HEAVY AND FINE SLLK MIXTURE. 18.00
HEAVY FINE SLLK. 20.00
HEAVY BROWN AND GOLD MIXTURE... 20.00
FANCY CASSLMERE (very stylish). 18.00
HEAVY SCOTCH CASSIMERE. 20.00
HEAVY BLUE FRENCH COATING. 20.00
BLUE FRENCH COATING. 18.00
HEAVY FINE BLACK BEAVER. 20.00
FINE TEICOT. 22.00
FINE TRICOT. 20.00
FINE ENGLISH MIXED CASSIMERE. 14.0?
HEAVY M.XED COTTONADES. 1.75
HEAVY STRIPED COTTONADES. 2.25
3ADER MIXED SATINETS. 3.00
DXFORD MIXED SATINETS.
STRIPED UNION CASSLMERES. 3.50
FANCY MIXED CASSLMERES. 4.00
DIAGONAL MIXED CASSLMERES........ 2.50
BLACK AND WHITE MIXED CASSIMERE
(very good). ?.00
FANCY CASSLMERE (good style). 4,50
DOUBLE AND TWIST, FINE GOODS AND
GOOD PATTERNS.. 6.50
3EAVY FANCY CASSIMERE. 6.00
EIEAVY AND FINE SLLK MIXTURE. 9.00
LEAYY FANCY CASSIMERE. 10.00
TEAVY BEOWN AND GOLD MIXTURE... 10.00
3EAVY AND FINE HARRIS CASSIMERE. 11.00'
3EAVY SCOTCH CASSLMERE. 12.00
TEAVY FINE TRICOT. 7.00
SLACK CASSIMERE. 5.50
SLACK DOESKIN. 7.50
?LACK DOESKIN (very good). 9.09
SLACK GERMAN DOESKIN. 9.50
?LACK FRENCHDOESKIN, FINE. 12.00
?LACK FRENCH DOESKIN (very fine).... 13.00
We have in Stock VESTS to suit the above,
anging in price from $1.25 to $6. Tho most ci
ne Goods are new, and of the VERY LATEST
STYLES. We also have on hand a large stock of
'onths', Boy's and ChUdren's CLOTHING, which
re offer at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
As a change ia' about to take placeyandMr.
GEORGE LITTLE has purchased the interest of
ne of tbenrmj he is d?sirons of selling out the
tock on hand i.n order to commence asasqr on tho