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' :Bt^?^SE?BYP . r^?^JMBIA,' S.;?.vTH?ftS.DAT MOBBING, APRIL G, '1871. VOL. YII-^NQ; 15, i
?'Your.r?flpgnaeito.th.e critidia?i, of. the
g 'Praotipal cm d Impractical, iq your IUBUO
^.attention. M?oh anxiety baa bW?Ht,'
j a **-, jBa'BBww8 g"w mV ?HUWVBWU vu j uui
? infiqpn?a? paper to. tho extreme views pf
c^rtqdn, oblo and prpmwentPemoorata in
tho ?outb, xvbo propose to treat as nulli
tT?ti^na a?^?ntJjUpor?-?ll tEe laws and
^o??flitat?onal'brxlnsionsadopted in f or
.tborauco . of; tb&iroooDBtruotioEi (Boheme
; and polioy, of the Republican patty. It^
waa Boricmslyiearcd by roany Dem?crata
th?vSq^irr when' thV wliolo'country is
groaning with a BOnae of woarioeaa and
fatigue*.-Dot. to say or disgust; ?at the
rcoklesgly oppreaaive and stupidly offen
f? ( sive polioy of tho dominant party, and is
ready to hurl it from power, tbat the
Southern Demo oraoy, rea ti vo under ac
cumulatedoutrages, ; by au > extr?me i de?
mand as a basis of party action for 1872<
would reunite and maso active the now
discordant'".elements of the Republican
.. party, and thus fafuitously reson? it from
ita r?othorwisb 'inevitable ;fate" of over?
whelming and mortifying dof oat. ii jj
."'''-Tho principal a to ok in trade of thc
l&mhUW fcuis time is 'Ku Klux ont
r ragfca,'"and it is needless to remind yoe
or arly other attentive reader of the our
rent politics pf the day? how assiduously
actively and nuaor?pnlously they rinj
.. tho changes on this, their favori te bobby
Who does not'perceive with what avidi
ty* ? eagerness : And' delight they wonk'
seize>upon a. declared polioy by tbo De
mocjatio party,.which would: give then
iii the/pretext, at lea?t os heralding un ti
th? world ns having rebellion" in on
' li?atfs and fatally tient on'revolution
. You'.1 air, ia tho editorial reforred to
have sounded tho koy-noto of the onb
true policy for tho futuro in regard to al
those aoourau lated usurpations an<
. wrongs bf tho past f?w y??rs of Badi cu
misrulo, wheu you deolaro that 'th
offeatual remedy; for the wrongs influ-tei
will bo a constitutional convention of al
the. States.'. You also truly Bay, 'Th
South can bide its time.'
r'.'Patient and-wise forbearance of nu
just and oppressive legislation and reli
ance upon constitutional and lawful me
thoda of : redress are the surest and mos
appropriate and rightful, if, indeed, nc
tho'only appropriate and rightful mean
. qf achieving a permanent triumph ove
. the wrong doers. This is oertaiuly th
. rightful "and" appropriate polioy of th
great Democratic party of the un ti GI
i which, as the law and order party of tb
country, has ruled ita destiny from il
birth throughout all ita , subaequor
bright^4- history-for, through the dari
eat; honra of tho Republic, the Demi
craoy were not in the ascendant.
. "If the Demoorooy will now raise n
/'"*"] before tho whole people, dismayed nc
stung by fiery serpents as they are in tl
wilder ncaa of Radical misrule, their o
flag with ita wonted emblazonry ?
freo trade, and; sailors' rights* eoonoa
an,d honesty in tho national and Sta
administrations, low tariff, constitution
remedies' for political evils, the righ
and sovereignty of the States in tl
Union and the dignity, right and hon
of the General Government itself as tl
common representative of all, in i
appropriate constitutional sphere, th
will gladly look' upon it and be beale
and thus the whole country will be fi
deb me J, regenerated and disenthralled.
- j MIXED JUMEB OF MEN AND WOMEN
WVOMINO..-The grand and petit juri
of tho ; Albany County District Cou
Wyoming, this term, as at the term p:
vious, is composed of equal proportic
of men and women. The judge to
ocoaeion to compliment, in the high
terms, the- intelligence, dieariminutic
honesty and propriety of. conduct w
which tho women' acquitted' th em aol'
lost-'session, saying they had gone far
? vindicate the policy, justify tho oxp<
. mont and i realizo , tbo expectations
those who bad clothed themselves w
. the right. The bar, the bench, and 4
intelligent men of the country had lc
. felt that something was needed to i
prove and justify our jury system; soi
thing to lift it above prejudice andr
sib ri, and imbue it with a higher reg
for; law, justice, oath and oonsoioc
The opart would assure them the fall
protection against everything wh
might offend the most refined, moe
and educated women in any walks of 1
and would punish severely any attei
to throw ridiculo or contumely u]
them.
? ^-: <m4--?-. .
.VA Spring field (Maas.) lady left ber
tia' boy at homo, to amuse himself v
matchee, ond when she returned met 1
in tho street, crying. He said hoc
jost made a little .fire in the bm
drawer, and a lot of red shirted i
como with a great big tea-kettle
squirted water all over the house. T
- saved' the cellar door.
? . Notice) to Tax-Payers.
CITY. TAXES (BEAL AMD PERSO
PROPERTY) wtU be reoeived at
o nico on-and after SATURDAY, APRIL
mt:*'. WM, J. ETTER,
Ap?U8 8 Pity Clerk ana Troaanr
. Seegera' Beer
" Tlk0N' ? cnn tala Strychnine. It is pure
XJ W?r'rftptod to be BO. ' Mardi
.'. i??ii Meat I Meat 11 Meat Ml
iyl??L? .?THOMAS W. POPE Unformi
??fiHg&publto (hat tbo best BE KP, 1M
^PWfMUTTOy anc? SATJ88AGE, tn
CsSBHBntrkct, can bo found at St all ?
.Give tfte fr oAll. ' D?o 28 8
How in Store,
? . . A L PULL 8T00K OF
SPH1MG ANO SUMMER DRESS fiO
*r? . AU ne*. ; To ho eoid at, '
rnmms?mm ss ?
March 26
?peo?al KTotioo?.
i rio
? i', u i' ??T?T
? Lanman's
florida _Water,
The most .lasting, agree?
able, and refreshing of all
perfumes, for use on the
Handkerchief, at the Toilet,
and in the Bath. For sale
by all Druggists and Per?
fumers.
? Sept 17' ?_I ?wj . _ . $ ..
WANTED.-A WOMAN TC? RUN A
SEWING MACHINE. Ma?t bo a good
hand. Apply at
April 5 _ SWAFFIELB'8.
VD BANK HIL.L.B and MUTILATED |
. CURRENCY hought and aold by
Nov 23 Gmo. ;j D. QAM BRILL. Broker.
COUNTY OL.AJMS AND JURY' CERTI?
FICATES bought by
Fob 5 'D. OAMBRILL, Broker.
COTTON SEED OIL, CAKE dan be had[
at all tiix.es, and in auy quantity, of
Jan 21_, _ E. HOPE.
STOCKS, BO>DS and COUL'ONS bought I
and nold bj D. G AM BRI LL, Broker.
Nov 23 Gmo' '
SPECIALI ATTENTION niven to the col?
lection of Oprrimercial Taper, Intercut
on State and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, and
Conversion of State Securities, by
Nov 23 Gmo P OAMBRILL. Broker.
KO ft RENT.-Abovo the Carolina
National iBank aro three handsome
? BOOMS for?rent. Thoa o rooms are
provided with al} the appendages ncoessary to
the comfort and. convenience of tko occu?
pant a1. Apply at tho Bank. March 17
REL^LD THIS! i
? ?.) Hun
-?-~*-T&nr.
MANY NEW ?nd DE8?&?BLE PATTERNS
have been added td dur ?took of
Making it more complete than any ever|
brougnt to this city.
Thorough and competent workmen kept,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
E. C. SHIVER & CO.
March 80
NOTICE.
TO
CITY ASD COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
WE are bestowing mora thad ordinary
attention upon our WHOLESALE!
DEPARTMENT thin Bcaaon, and aro offering
rare inducements in prices, .Ac. Oar stook
will be kept at tho maximum aU season, so
j that you can reasonably calculate lo SAVE
MONEY, in time, freight and price, by doaling
with us. Orders solicited.' Prices guaranteed
and satisfaction promised.
a. C. SHIVER & co.
?. o. SHIVER, )
DAVID JONES, f March 30
19,99!} Lbs. Bacon,
2,000 Bushels Corn,
40 Barrels Sugar,
$0 Sacks Coffee,
.?.LL at the lowest figures they have been
I offered at SINCE TUE WAK.
BUYING FOR CASH.
AND
SELLING FOB CASK,
I Taming over Coode quick before they get o'd
I or deonne, we CAN, WILL AND DO offer the
j very CLOKEST FIOCBES that CAN IIE MAUR.
Our ?tock, both of
HARDWARE AND OROCERIES.
Has recently been largely increased. ,
April 2 L?RICK St LOWRASOE.
NEWSTOKE !
NEW COOPS ! NEW PRICES !
OUR friends will find UB in the new large
brick building no arl v opposite our old
aland, wk oro we will be glad to welcomo them,
and offer the
Largest Stock of Qoodo,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES. !
I Wo have ever had. Our heavy eales within
the last two mouths has convinced us that
the ON1A STBTBH 13 MW riUOEB AND QUIOK
SALES, and this 'shall in future be our motto.
We oller the LAR?E8T STOOK OF GOODS
itt the city, at the lowest prioos, moat of it
hiving been purchased for eas? Binco tho late
declino. ; fl this is not true, we win par for
[lying. . L?RICK h LOWRANCE. B
- Malt Corn Whiskey, ?A
AR?IANTED two years old, at ; ' ?* ' 1
PeV 31 JOHN C. 8EEQER8'.
w
F?RTX.R 8L STEELE
-ri? . pr.ir.l
HAYE
JUST OPENED
ANOTHER
Neat, Attractive and Beautiful
LI NE OP
FRESH SPRING DRY GOODS,
BOUGHT VERY LOW, which they ofter to
this market at a Tory small advance.
Wo have no leaders or specials, aB all of our
Goods are first CISBS.- It would be invidious
to draw comparisons botween them.
We advortiae nothing but what we in ak o
good to our CUB tornera.
Hopiug we may have the pleasure of a call,
we arc, yours trulv,
April 2 ?rn_PORTER & STEELE.
WALTEE G; FISHER,
D R IT Gr Gr I S T ,
And Dealer in ' '
Family Medicines, Se eas,
FANCY GOODS, &O.V ';
OPPOSITE THE COLUMBIA ROTEL
HAVING JUST OPENED MY
DRUG STORE, I offer to Colombia
'and vicinit}- a well-fe elected stock of
DU RE DRUOS, FAMILY MEDI?
CINES, SEEDS, and everything
usually kept'hi'a Arel class estab?
lishment. . Prescription* .carefully prepared.
I introduce a now feature (for Columbia)
in the Prescription business,' having a BELL
at tho front door, and a,competent person to
sloop'in the Store, parties can be supplied
with Medicine at any hour Of the night.
April 2 _
w. GOLDSMITH, i; i i nu . A r. KIND.
1 1 GOLDSMITH & KIND, <
FOUNDERS & HACH?NISTS,
. !. (Phoenix Iron Works,).' .
*MANU FACTUR?
ER* of'.STE AM
ENG INF.3, of al)
sizeB; Horse Pow
>ers. Circular and
iMuiey 8aw Mills,
'Flour Mills, Grist
and' Sugar Cane
Mille, Ornamental
House and Store
Fronts, Iron Rail?
ings, Agricultural Implements, elo. Brass
and Iron Castings of all kinds made to order
on short notice, and on the mont reasonable
terniH. Also, manufacturers of COTTON
PRESSES.^-_. . . , April 2[lmo
"EHP0R?11H OE FASHION,"
JAMES W. FOWLER, Proprietor,
ABDEVlLIiE, S. C.
DRY GOODS,* MILLINERY
AND
DRESS - MASING.
SAMPLES of DRY GOOD8 sen?
by mail. MILLINERY sent by ex
freas and satisfaction guaranteed,
'articular attention paid io the
filling of orders. April limo
"AT LOVE & OO.'S"
TO-DAY
GRAND OPENING
or
LADIES' UNDER GARMENTS
AND
SILK MANTILLAS.
WE du not desire to do away with the use
of the common needlo or the EMPIRE SEW?
ING M ACHINE, tor which wc aro Agents, but
simply to get up a nice lino of goods which
will be both ECONOMICAL to the HUSBANDS
and LABOR-SAVING to the WIVES. lu thia
department Indies eec at a glance a cvmplntc
drees from an APRON to a CORSET COVER.
Now styles CARSIMERES and CLOTHES
for Cents.
PARASOLS now open.
W. D. LOVE,
March 20_B. B. McOREERY.
CARRIAGES.
oKBJCs A COMPLETE assortment of twe
tt$Bgg:&nd fonr-seat ??SSZSSZT CARRI
AGES has just been reoelved at tho Reposito?
ry, corner Lady And Assembly streets. Thc
latest and most stylish patterns have been
solocted with care, from como of the bes!
builders io tho country; and the stock novel
bas been surpassed in design or finish hy an;
I offered here. Prices moderato.
I Dee IC W. K. GREENFIELD,
REMOVAL.
Entire New Stock.
THE undersigned respectfully informe
i his cnatomers that ho baa REMOVED to
JUio new atoro, on Main atreut, directly
-^opposite tbe Columbia Hotel, and in fully
prepared with an entirolv KEW HTOOK OF
GOODS, to fit ont a gentleman in tho very
LATEST FASHION. Ho baa aoenred tho
latest and best etyloa or CLOTH-.1, CASSI
MERES and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS g*norally. Call at tho new atand and
select a Buit, or feavo vour oidor and have it
made to measure. C. D. EliERHARDT.
March 20 _
DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD respectfully inform
bia patrons and tho public ge
_ _ nerallvthat ho haa moved into
bis new office, over Duffle A; Chapman'e Book
Btoro, opposite the Columbia Hotel, where be
ia prepared to execute, BatiafactorUy, all ope?
ration and work, of whatsoever kind bis pro?
fession demand*. Terms accommodating.
March 8_.__
Oharlotte, Columbia & Augusta R.R.Co
PRESIDENT'S OFFICE.
CHARLOTTE, March 1,1871.
THIS Company will continue to receive
money on deposit or loan for six months
or longer, and pay interest on the eamo at tho
rate of ten por cent, pot annum. Deposits
or loans may bo made *rith the Treasurer of
tao Company at Columbia, M. P. Pegram,
Cashier, or tbo undersigned.
WILLIAM JOHNSTON.
March 5 2mn President.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in general that I bavo
just received au eutiro now
rutock of Double and Singlo Dar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks. PonchcB,
Piatol-Relts, Cap?, Bnuk-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridge* for all kinds of I'la tola, Powder
and Shot.
ALSO,
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Oct 8 P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
For Sale,
3AAA ACRES of LAND in Ba in Well,
. VJV/V/ ontboEdisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
Saw Mill and 2.000 acres of Laud in Lexing?
ton, on North Edisto, $7,000.
2,600 acres Walerce Bottom Land, Jt $2per
acre.
2,600 acres croek bottom and pine Land, at
$2 per acre.
1 Honae in thia city, 15,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres, LAND, near the
olty-?8.500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
Sept 25__Jy_
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & GO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE, JV. C.
SOLICIT ordere for COTTON, Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groccriee
generally. Orders filled carefully and prompt?
ly._ " Feb 7 lyr
M. H. BERRY'S
Furniture Ware-room
Plain Sired, near Main.
NOW on baud and daily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louis vii leslie
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE evor kept m this market, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suita; 200 Bedsteads of. different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESS;- 8 made lo order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the boat manner.
Terms oaBli and Good? cheap. Oct 80
Fruits, Flowers and Vegetables, &c.
/-rpr POPULAR FLAYERS, and how to
I *J cultivate them. By Rand.
The City Fruit Garden and ita Culture. By
Thomas Rivers. Thirteenth oditiou. $1.00.
Peach Culture. By J. A. Fulton, of Del.
Tho Grape Cullurist. By Fuller. $150.
The Southern Gardener. Bv White, ot
Georgia. $2.00.
Practical Floriotiltme for the Amateur.
Ry Henderson. $1.50.
Buist'a Family Kitchen Gardener. $1.00.
?nenonon Mich Cowu and.ihc Dairy. 75c.
The Gentleman's Stable Guide. By McLure.
The Trotting Horses of America; How to
Train and Drivb them. $2 23.
Professor Huimos* Woik on Phosphate
Rock. For sale by
Feb 28 BRYAN Sc McCARTER.
White's Gardening for the South,
BY the late Wm. A. White, ol Athens, Ga.
$2.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. #1 50.
Tho Phosphate Rocks ol South Carolina,
their History and Developments-Colored
Plates. $1.25.
Six Sermons on Temperance, by L; niau
Beecher.
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Course of Lectures on
Proacbing. R. L. Dabney, D. D. $1 50.
Any above scut[by mail.
DUFFIE Sc CHAPMAN,
Feb 10 Opposite Columbia Hotel.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re?
moved their Stables to the uew
building, immediately South of
Tamiev'H Hall, and, with a new
^ .stock of C ARR t AG ES, BUG?
GIES Mia fino HORSES, aro prepared to an?
swer al) oalls that may be made upon them.
Horsos bought aud sold on commission.
Persons in want of good stock, are invited to
give us a call. Lib?rai advances made on
stock left for sale. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. Boy ne.
C^H. I'ETTt.NOil.L. Jan 24
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING enterad into tho manufacturo ol
BRICK and QUARRYING o? GRANITE,
an<! purchased of MosBrs. Wright Sc. Vina, ono
of their new patent Brick Machines, capable
of turning out from 40,000 to 60,000 bricks per
day, aro now prepand to make contraots and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HABD? SOLOMON, at bin
store, or at tho Sooth Carolina Bank and
Trust Company. St,p.l_iI_
To Rent.
A DESIRABLE STORE, on Main street,
XX near the corner of Blandlug. Forterms,
apply to Dr. John Lynch, or
Feb 22 HENDRIX ft BRO.
,., Fresh Crackers.
SODA, Wahmtj Snow Drop. Butter, Fancy,
Farmer, Ginger, Balmoral, for salo by
Marchs E HOPE.
C L O T H I N Gr
AND ??J i
XX -?IL. "X"
AT
R. & W. C. SWAFPIELD'S.
"^^"E have now in store a very large stock
of tho above goods, and we assure our cus?
tomers that we have never before been en-1
abied to offer them so CHOICE A SELECTION
OF GOODS, at such low priccB.
We have good All Wool SUITS at llb, suita?
ble for any butin?es man.
HATS.
We have r. very large (?tock, and wc are de?
termined lo undersell any other dealer*?, ES
our facilities enable us to do so.
Ot H SHIRTS
Are derided to be the best fitting Shirts nude.
We malic the fined custom garments made in
this Slate. Call and examine. .
March 25 lt. A W. C. 18WAFFIBLD.
Boots, Shoes and Hats
For the Million!
HEATLY REDUCED PRICES!
WILL SELL FOB FIFTEEN DAYS, AT
AND BELOW COST, to make
room for SPUING GOODS. No old stock on
hand. Tho Goods are Frosh
ind Seasonable. 49-CALL AND EXAMINE
for yourselves,^* at the
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE,
Under the Columbia Hotel.
FebJ2_A. SMYTHE.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
Of Hartford, Connecticut.
Capital $3,000, O?O-Assets $6,000,000
GEORGE HUGGINS. Agent,
Columbia, S. C.
E*tuh>i*hetl in Columbia, S. C.. A. b. 1S49.
ZncorptnaUd A. I). 1819.
Charier Perpetual.
WEALTHIEST FIRE INSURANCE
. COMPANY in Amorica. The mostenc
cosBful Fire I brura nee Company in America.
A prompt and liberal adjustment a specialty.
Protect vonrself against loss, by at once in?
suring in tho "iElNA." The best protection
against Fina is a policy in tho "?TNA." In
snro to-dav, tims will como whon least ex?
pected. Strength and reliability-fC.GOO.OOO
not surpassed. Don't delay to take a policy;
to-morrow, Are may ruin you. All claims for
losses promptly adjusted and paid at this
Agonoy* GEO. HUGGINS, Agent,
Columbia, 8. C.
Office in rear of Mcstrs. Duffie A Chapman's
Bookstore, Main Btreet, Columbia, S. C.
Jan _3mo
Diamonds, Jewelry, Sec
JUST RECEIVED.
'jfiy.ia' Vf. ti A NEW and boauti
B' .'5 ni V B ?\ffful 8U)ck of 1,10 abovo
V?, H?.Wi"3?fiF oks Hoods. Amone thurn
P ^%gf'H im aeveral SOLITAIRE
l^^^^Alf DIAMONDS, which
1TA?<<?.\ \? y?\^M &Y0 porfeot beauties.
i*?S ^\J\ A NEW STOCK of
f i? S? J??m WATCHES, JEWEL
-^or-^ibJr RY, CLOCKS, FANCY
a'/\ ,PARTI?LES, etc..
^5#>v //*'v ,/^* which will bo disposed
i'< *vC*~:)^v ?ty ot ftt such prices SB
>JP/r&. WN1 induce invost
w?^tJBr/li 1 ftrn ft1pf> agent for
Bwff%lf?.Bfl?a^ tho very beat BPEU
TAOLES manufactured. All eyes suited.
Call and examine my goods.
L SULZBAOHBIt,
P?b 17_ Colombia Hotel Building.
Seegors' Beer is Fore.
IT don't coutaiu Copporas, Salt, Lime or
_ ^lum. _ 1_;_March ll
LAW COPARTNERSHIP^
TALLEY St BARR WELL.
THE undersigned have this day cnterod
into partnership, in the practico of law,
under the name of TALLKT & BARNWELL, i J
W.H. TALLEY,
Jhr. 4 NATHANIEL BARNWELL.
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ii '.. i .>. ?fl'.?/ tic:- (i ??f? .;
WE are NOW RECEIVING and offer for
sale ? , . .
AN mwmx ATTRACTIVE;
.ii iii (i '.it . . '-.
AN? CHEAP :
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STOCK 6t GOODS,
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?hill ii:? \U 1%:
EVITABLE
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We beg to call the especial attention of
THE LADIES
To some of the LEADERS, and advise them
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TO CALL EARLY
And make their selections, as it ia impossible
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to duplicate some of the goods, at the prices
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they are now offered. .
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A fall line of colors in narrow 8TEIPED
SILKS.
A nico assortment of spring FRENCH
FOPLINS.
All tho new shades in JAPANESE CLOTHS.
The newest patterns, in PIQUES and
OTHER WHITE GOODS. ;
3,000 yards PRINTED MUSLINS, fast,
colors, at 10c.
All the Departments
Aro folly replenished and KACHI ?BTIOLK I?
MAUKE!) AT TBS LOWEST CA8U PBIGB..
Parties who are not accustomed to buying
can rely on us, and depend on getting as good
. . roail rjk*J ?rfTv-.'V
value for their money aa If they wera the moat
oxpert bnyers. Wo ask F?om all an cxamina.
tion of onr goods,'and fool assured that every?
one that sees them will bo ;!??t;sd and bu?
??&LLL '''. * -'
J. H. ft X. L. !B^&0?
March 23

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