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TH!E INEWS AN) RIERALD.
W INNSHORO, s t.u
SA~'RD ,Now stifr 17. 1 : : 83
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liev2.'1 Cmi e d('lret hat le Oild
ii. 2(1.2 Hill2 I'll!d l.Id1'z iv ti rul1e
way2 (22 ha2lI24h ('ifl tha 1uI~ilj'eSjI' ofl
Ilm( bl-Ill ol Mtarii I'luilr w~as cele'
brt'iedI xvi; I' seat poi222) *iiut 212''(o-ll'l
1hai-oiil Itolit Certi1212tv (oil fil hoIti jut.
The~r Il(l2'oolrilda, P'aers fill til, si:de
,( 1'.: c liii (o %% iii' FuH o' Lu ither
1T22 il.- gili.'i lit l 0110ilv everU(:I
i1202d2ill kcilild was IIt Ill(. ldl y
- M (1I ii S IIi~( ,fl bo oVlc~' tho21 L'a111d
111110w.. (WI (list illWUislled gv (eulieti
Tl'... l'I1i~a1phi2), t /Tmes Mslt* of thl(
N'mw York ,1;11Ws caiiiditit.0 1 6r the
1"residellcy% : "I lolmal 1 of 2~c' I I ,diht 222i,
j sli'l 21illIt b I hHel' look ila (i~' hall b~ill
brlighs, ,2 and vo(i)V5he'l 1055c. plili-s
ilie.s ((I (1w' wu~i ii~~~ ill not,
1 fl'vo ;uay la i ~is 0" 21 SI'livQiI11v122
Lilt w ~ Im i22 d.. fit,)\%. i th 1 6(. '1S I t
1;111(l~ i2:1 s Ol 2212 who I. Th'el id 4")
i i ' - (i I * w e ~V:t I, -i I ig ot L its I'llllec
yr.l!-1 4 ml212. 114,1 thatv M(2IL
that h 1;112(1 Iwe: I lv J11 e ed1
2(2 IJ' is Imj0I'l I 1\ .i I-( X'214 li2o2
C;. I .; . s. is sm-vy'2 Ilhut Ilm, Uv
p22hulivnai 220 i (I wi Iii INhaliiill2 022(
Il4li'1eb 14).:l 1..ir votes', bill, lie voi2
sidd'I' itoi ki 1. )ell( to thow~ 22wav
I. 1h. ait g~!.vv f lii to E~hic
T 21K.'e-(l th Slipell i ('o:22t
20i M lIT llkkVor Iti l'(i cll (t
- ~ 42'iI'-' ...... and bappgy (2
"Ine remembers that the safe of liquor
Is prohibited on Sunday. If any one
'ylshes to purchase all that Is necessary
Is to go around to the back door and
make a sign to'tI'6 lar-to'dT',%'n he
or (hey are at once admitted and any
amount can be procured in direct vlo
attloll of a positive law. Whose fault
iq this? Lot those in authority ahwer.
The town pays monthly forifibn whose
business it is to tak6 notice of all vio
lations of laiw occurring h6 the corpo
rate limits. They cannot say It has
never comie to their knowledge, for It
I is (l1:0 without tle least pretence to
secem'sy; even the council WufAV that
this is the case. We will not pro
tenid to say by what Wod.s of duty
this honorable body of men are iml
pelled, that they stand amid Wink day
alter (aly at gross violations of the law s
of the townkk and State. We leave
theim to the (ribimal of public opinion.
Againi, do you not have soine recol
leetioni of' how 1much stir' was imalc
abiout gaming a few year go? I think
it, was (urilig the last term of MIN
.his. A. IirIice as intenidant. What 10
becoinoi of ill this? Wi-, says AIme
1 )11111 o gamesu' 01 t-ards are 1-hIyed ex
cept. whist. No doubt there are a great
inanylv latborinigt inder IN deltusioni,
11(1 aImilon them may be v iy tfely
immal bered tle Colseript fCalen's of o1,
towi. WI'e know that the umiembers of
the conneliil never handle (te paste
hoards or read a rule in ilioe; and
Ithis is no dolbt the reasonl I' I lis
Ilucrlitive busiIeS is still calried oin
night a fterI Iight in our ttiver iInlids!
aid will be Carried oil as loig as fihl
har-roollis are allowed to be kept open.
We ,asemrt. Ilat every law anid ever y
plrOvisioni of' law liate ill rIerard to the
sale of' iitoxicatinig beverages are vio
hited as certain as day atte dav the
doors of these disglstilig sl'iamb'illes of
uninorility alild cr'itle are irownt wide
open to the Iblic. They are the seed
Foitlis firomin whichl the gernms of everv
speies or crime are senlt, brle'jIAs'
oyerti' our ltld. We iimalke no excep
doll, For if the matitmr be inivestigrated,
too ItrCC imillgemlee in '11'denit spiraits
will be touind always to b(- the soure
from whichl Crite dales its origin. Do
Sides being the source i1 0 prillinciplt
proiioterI' of crill it is it i.'lf itS iuch,
Foi tey are at puiblie nulisanclee. Who
is. thle that tills ever lived iti the
1eighborhood of one of these plaes,
or1 had oclsion to pass lthe oor of
one of' the at night that was not
shoclOked by (lhe obscenity of latn1gutage
hear'd inl the pelietri'alia 01 h.-C temiples
of lll wheree ma e iiade ot.erinigs
to the selli'h desire of! gtih with A
little Feeling of' remorse as ws. felt Iy
in' Aztee iiest whenl he seized tIe vet,
palpitating heart of hi.s hapless victim
m1110 dashed it, still quyiverihgt with the
pil sat ions of' lil-, into the the eo' o, th le
hinn11111 sacriice. Their goIs are somie
what simiilair, bult civilization's ik ait
ti' tile hirsherol ot' the two. lie eltails
a hving deuai, while the qem!Ii-harblmIr
ons 1 Alexicaii was satisfied if the vie
Now, sirs, the Sltlporlters of' ti-is
nileasIlie Iy gmreat strein uIpon two
hiets, to wit, that the town iib inl debt,
nu,11 thiat it will not stop (hinukin'
l'liis oiliestin of' (t-bt is wr'ongly un-'
desood by imanyv. J''True we hena' a
ulhe debt of' thme townm firoim thos~e whlose
som i Cred~' ten, buit. wthietheir it is f'rom
igiom'wanmce of' thle true comi ition of
laburs,01 or ,'cause they wtishi to u1se it
ats caupitmal im thle tight of righ lt against
wri'ong, orm becaluse ther' feel if' lthe'
go aiguaisst thiis itw''eent lilove t he(r will
imentd sane striawtt to fall back '1upon,
i is hard't to say, bit one thinig is cir
taini, thiat t his plea is atliogeiheri a delui
it)n anitid hats b)(en iiiss alte hvi bt' hotse'
wlho( are Iukewarm. They wtonlid have
youil bli'eve thiat this "doebt." is an1 enor..'
muons stum, whlichm all the wo'e h liofi
tidies cold inot paylt ol;, when in ht
thle town m does lnot owc bt the auali
snm iof1 $Go5J ainnaly, with the initeri
aiggr'o'l 0 inrotta~lts to $:2,(iti0, bmif onlv
Oln-t'Lourth of this has to be providell
tuor alt a tiime, as5 the compiany~ r'otm
whom the engie wals bouiglit tootk
Ibmie notes. Nowt it appeairs thin savtor's
ver'1y mauch of the qurre' (of' the peni
tilihunli withi the cloo-k. T1'lieft is hhso
a note of' $1,000, given hy some pi
vate 'it izenis to the Bamnk of' Obmester',
to secuire( a1101oan that was necessary' 1(
pr'ocure Ithe rl'uisito f'iuds foir Sonm
Irntini g time unew rmi. But, t his
imist be pauid, say s t hose who havet'
mncie a iimutain~ out. (if a mole-huill.
I ' en, wt sit'y sio toio; but wthy? N't
herailulse' thei townt Ii I reCsponsuaiblle'-."imd
dh'bt, buit beicauise it is a1 mortal obigai'u
Ir to ischag e. 111 Ii 11 the lw'aso
1)1he C lega iml'responsi iliy it O i onlyH from
thle thet thalit thle molt~ Ise'se'of the
(ctonanlilmity' denmndliis tha a fewv shiuI
Now if' thk is e trume, whlichl we detv
anym~ one to comnidii't suic'essfulIt'
huow muchici mor~e strioiigly muist Itim
arlgumtl'it wtor'k ill tivor' o, "1prthibi
tiomn"? hin the one a few utfier foir the
good of' mmiiiy, ill time uotherl man ut
tf'i for' a tew.' Is rot lie stoppi igi of'
whiskey' also a st'ongemr amral debt
owed by3 i.eh and1( every' indi vidlual or
tins town'i to eachl other'? Thius) sirs,
you See that afttei' all this deb) t inly
a chimmera whichl vanishies omm being ay-,
pr'oacthied. W''hat is thits for' atowni the
,8ize 1)f ouirs? I hlrdly enouigli, I woull~
remiturte to say, to keep thle town from'ti
pu mig $800 for' thme lw'ivile'ge of' hay
11ng a little nom't withI a mill1 -dam situ1
ated somew~1'here onl its siuiibrb, f'rom
which the prieviling br'eezes o1' suimi
mer' cote ladeni wtithI thme (deadhy
imiasnmia p~ea'meat Iimr the atmiosphiere of
our11 townm, making it a hospital for' the
direadfCul ague.. They' may13 pe-r'haps
havre opphosed( t his also an thev (10 notw,
but these wvorshiip the all~lbrity dollar,
tad wouthl iinugly cat'st themseles
i:nder thle wheels of their Jlirggem'mant,
whlo ciainl) subh homnage fromt his do
votees. These wtotihi iiell their souls
t'oi' a trade dollair, amid that even withi
a hole in it. TJhey wish to have limo
cr'edit of' suip'pting this mueasre, but
none1 of' the burdeni.
Agaimi, it Is urged, as stated bv "Juw
ins", that the town will suffer'In tihe
futunre imn the t'alling off' of' tr'ad. In
alnswer to this weo annex a comtmnica
nemit bus~iins mani of Rtock' Ill, S. C.
whic itlly denmnstrato the absurdity
"Ihuntf Smi: Your' favor of' the - at
handi(, toniten)ts carefully tnoted. In
r'egaird to my op~iion as to) whether
prmohibitioni hias been a beinofit of' not to
our11 towni, I can anmswer' very decided.'
lv, as almnost overyv prornhiiet citi-:
zcmn in tile townl will agree that it
has been a varv great. blaanin. X
called on two merchants who were
aitaid, before our election, it would
Injure tie trade. One of them said
his trade Is niuch larger, and that he
would ior no. rdAsonable considerad I
see the town wet again. The i 'o
the other one was, he k#Wt iich
larger stock and o' course..sol %ore
goods, but, would prefer to loseo larke
part of his trade rather than have
whiskey back in town. As our nelgh
boring towns well know, our place was
clebrated f'or rows, riots and mur
ders, aid at every term of court tuany
of our citizens were called from their
business its wittiesses. Three years of
Dry itule ha1vO brought its oil a level
with (ie bests Our young uci, our
pride; no drunkei rowdies are seen
oi our streets, alul inIstead of 'pe&i..
ing the nidhit to a great exteii inI bat
rooims, as some 1 isd to doS n6v all is
quiet ami order.
"Of course there Is some whiskey
drunk, al at irst a meat deal wias
birouht, here hy expr.ss, ltt iflfri' a
very stimll Qtiityity ft coiutiarlsoni to
what. was the tiaMt by tnutths or year.
The planters and x:ontilry people genl
erally, I think, would oppose bhrinigin1g
back whiskey fully as mituch as the
towIn ieople, fori formerly they were
in tconistant trouible with their iin
ploy'ls--gettinms into all kinds of dif
iletilties ol accomit of the too free i
dulence iII whiskey. The colored
peol01 ol'e 'whole comtuunity are
muchel hetter behalved anld prosperingi
much better than wheitn (hey couki
get whiskey at will. Thenk th;ov vohld
get thelir supplies and lose tlibn'a-ilgr,
kill stock, etc., a.A have to go to law
to settle their trouiblo.
"A1 drV towi lias timIIlherless idivan
(ages over a wet-tnore than Wbutii
1ill pages to elltnerate
"A great immy mien in town and all
country who hial't, the strength to
resist. when it was beflore thens, now
are sfole tIad useful Citizens.
"WV. L. RODDY."
Now, Messrs. Editors, it does appear
to tis that these doubting.onep "have
Moseq and the .propite"i If thev
"'hear no,, tht.-nm "heither will thpv b'e
persualdei though one rose fromn' the
dead". it. W. J.
Yeteruy', Drentriut Accidentih
There were a good many acclents yes.
terday. There will be sone to-aay, and
probably more or less to-mioorrow , 3hill
drenti are tumibling down stilo: Wilkiaeiv
atre light.in. fires with |.rdWie. Boys are
playing with pistols. Big men are sprain
Ing their antkles they try to cateh the
inoving train. Bablies will get their little
tlthuh caught 'it thle doorm . Ainlied
shtinls, dislocated juintA ad illashed i tigeis
c6istantly rend uits that aieldeuti may
take place at.any moment. People who
have PINtIty Drvis's PAiN K I pim can
smitlie at most of the accldents that befall
them. riose who have not tried it are re
Inded V.ht thtt do not have to rut furth
er wnl tih nearest drug stord td buy it; *
- w~Aekken sy,
PerryLDavis's Pain Kitter
aiala D.,S. Geo4.ii, .. of senarpoil,
o*NI~e melE mNsaeefoctcv.'
An accdenmt maay happen to-morrow.
Buy PZaXnY D'vus PA.ta KrL~rl
to-day of any Druggist
ter, fresh anid sweet, Creatiti
C:heese and1( Prunes, New Or
heas Mtolassaes, with a good
1ian* othwr goods.. Call soon
andit get har'gais at 8, S.
liceeived this I)AY (I(0.1( FN =
D~ates, Ainonds, English Wal
nults, T(omuatoes, P'ethes, Fresh .
and1( Pi(kled( Salmtoni, Fresh and1(
Oysters and L.obsters, Potted
andi Devilled Meats, nun Pow
der, Yonng Hfyson and English
Breakfast TEAS, SUGARS,
Coffees, Syrnps, VINEA R;C
IlotW, 3(ena, Bacon, FerrIs's
Illamsa and iBreakfaest St rips,
Bickwhieat and C)ATM EAL1,
Catflrnge, Apples, Onions anel
Potatoes, All of whieh will he0
SOLD1 A'l' TilE L.OWEST'
-Pay State Shoe Soles secured by the
genuine McKay Screw. J. M.-IflATrY.
8JfERIF'lS S A LE.
Y vi'rtue of an execution to mue directed,
.I w'h offer for sale, before the Court
I i ase dc.or in Winnsboro, South Carolina,
Fi RIST MONDAf IN T)ECEMfBER
&ext, within te legal hours of sale, aft
p'ublic ouutcry, to the highest bidder, for
Althe follovting-described property,
All thiat tract of landt lying . In Fairfieldi
County, in the State aforesaid, on Rtock
Cre'ek waters Broad River, cotiitng
*FOURl HUND)RED ANID PIFTY ACRES,
itforo or less, andt hounde'd bf the road
leadling fronm Shelton's Ferry to Columnbha
5C.,and by thme lands of Thmos, M. Lyles'
Dr. F. M. E. Fant and others.
LeVied utpOn as thme property dt' A. .
Edrlngton at the suit of D). K. Self against
Bunion Collins and A. L. Edrit ,o,
Sholf'q 11ccJNO. D), Mc(.AR L EY,
Winnsboro1 II. C., .F. C
14nvattar 8, laat
G'- 'R N -
P. LaldeCker & Br.
LAR GEST SELECTION!
We beg to inform our fr1611T and Ja
trons that wIvc'm confidently say thatV'ur
PALL AND 'WINTER
STOCK Is iow cotuplete In eVery depart
ment, and defies com)petitio.
All of the VERY BES' MAKES and
CLUIAKSI CLOAkiSi ULOAKsi
In all the ne vest styles.
For Men, Youths, Boys and Chilldren, at
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
Our stock 1a QUitu fun tr an of the best
brands of Longeloths, Shirtings, Sheetings;
T wills and Drillings.
All of the above goods are offered at -thd
LOVEST CASH PRICES.
Therefore an entrly edll of inspectiol is
P. LAN)ECKERt & BiO.
We InvIte every citizen of the above
named County to call at our Store andl ex
am1!ie OUr ne~w
F A LL iAN.D W I NTE R
One of our firm has but recently return
ed fronm New York, where thei utmost care
was used in order to get the best
BA R O4A lN S.
WaT. have snceee In buying a good
stock anid buying them so cheap that we
can ,sll them at
SHORT CROP PRICES.
Our stock is too varied to quote different
articles and prices, but we ask you to call
and see for yourselves. In
We have everything, from a conminon
Checked I Iomenspun, at thre'4e (Cntu4 to the
ident 1)1 E-;S GOODS and NOTIONS in
detvrey. Tihe chieape&st and best;
10SI EltY, for the money, to bt had any
STOCK OF~ CLOTHING
Is fuller than ever, and at prices that
can't he IIEATIEN. Nice quality, nice
styles. A goodl suit from $3.00 up. Ilnts
In all qualities and affles, so we enn suit
everybod8(l, fromi a twenty-fiye-eent nmn to
the muost fastidious.
WVe have used more thani ordinary effort
to get a ..
STOCK OF SilOES
That wIll jusat exactly please the people
oft this COUJNTlY, and the way they are
selling proves that we have got just the
right kind. Every pair OUARTANT1 EED
Men's, L~adies' and ChIldren's.
WVe have a large stock of TRUNKS,
VALISES, Ete;, wichl can't be heat. Also
A full stock (of CRIOCKCERY and OLASS
WAltE, as cheap as the c'heapest.
Of all kInds We eindeavor to gIve the
best possible valhse for the money, arid to
all wh o accel.t onr Invitation We guarantee
a lust return for every dollar tL cy spend.
COME AND SEE.
CALD)WELL & VAUDEEtDA El.
THlE UND~SIGNIU AJI NNIE'PA R
ed to furnish estimates and to do all kinds
House fltdh if md Carpe*ijet
All work fuirusted to' use wI have
PROMPT ATTENTPION. SatIsfaction
W, A.- ROME#P,
Oct 25.tt W Ir SuMII.
UAS & RICHARDSON-,
STA UNERS, PRINTERS AND BLANK
02 EAST BAY CIHALESTk S. C.
C W. STILES,
IIURLEY BLOCK, 109 MEETING S'.
CHAIRLESTON, S. C.
Dfealer Ih Paints, Oils. Brushes, Varfilshi
Glass, Putty, Colors, Glue, &C.
ALVIN IU TH1IOMLINSON,
(Factory II Charlestoir.)
MANUFACTUIKIlI OF SADLEs, B1i'i ES,
DEALER IN Snbtl7 .ItY, IIAlDWAItr,
LICATHIEIR, &C., &C.
Importer Of English Bits, Stirrups, &c.
137 MEE'INO STREET, CHA LESTON, S. 0.
Importer aid Wholesale Dealer In
FOR IGN AND DOMES''Ic FiUIT
A'ples, . Oranges, Bfanana Coconnuts',
Lemons18, Pineples, Potatoa', Onions,
l'eanuts, Cabbages, &e.
S. E. COR. IEETINO & MARICET STIMEETf,
CHARLESTON, S. U.
HARLES C. LESLIl,
Wholesale and Retail Commission De-ler
FISl-, OYSTERS, UAMI and 1i01idl';
Stalls Nds. 1 and 2 VIsh Market.
10i.e No. 7 Market St., East of East Bay.
Consignments of Country Produce are
respectfully solieited. Poul1try, Eggs, &.9z.
Perishable Gpods at owner's risk alter
delivery to Sluthern Express Co.
F BROTHERlOOD & CO.,
DEALERS IN MACIIINERY. AND SUPPLIES.
"MAID OF THE SOUT CORN MILL."
No. 165 MEERTINO S'i, AitrEsTON, S. C.
Try our 50 cents Machine Oil-the best
In the market.
I AGER BEER
FROM TTYE OLAUSSEN BREWING CO.,
CHARLESroN, s. C.:
Have now a Standard Beer superior to oth
ers, put iu) in kegs, patent stopper bottles,
and bottles in barrels .for export., to keep a
long timo. Emptv bebr bottles. bought.
Agent in ColumbIa, Mr. ,Juliusi Kriehtit-nl'
-IMPORTM AND DEALER IN
WIN E'S1 IQUORS, CIGARS, TOCACC(,
OROCER1Es AND PRflOVIsIONS,
NO 175 EAST BAY, CHIAIHLESTON, S. C.
0 TTO 'rEDEMAN & SONS$
PROT ISPIN DEA LEI,
102 AND 104 EAT BAY STREET,
CI1. AR ESTON. S. C.
WHrOL~snLE UnoCER~s, LIQUOiulR~ DEALEis
COMM ISSION 1il CIHANT1s,
19i7 E.\1 T -A Y, Ci IA LIESTON, S. (I
Ht . i OM.AS. A(ENT',
WI1Nb;OW SIAD)EM, P'APElW HANG.
INGTh; LA CE (iUUl'TA INS,
CJOnNAcI:s.ANI teitvi-r:ijir -GOOig:,
WrJxow AwsNIN(;s MADE TO OIIDML
Gl.(. CUJ)WORTIHI & CO.,
SADDLERY W AREUOUSE,
15J5 MEETING STREEuT,
OPP'OsITE CHA RLEsTON flOTEL,
CH AR L ESTION, S. C.
1ENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
AND DEALER~S IN CAROLINA RICE.
PRIOP'RIETOIs OF TIl E CEIAnRIIATE6
UAPOLINA TrOLU TrONIC.
199 EAST BAY, CHIARLESTrON, S. C
.4LVA GAGE & CO.,
CIAR LESTON ICIE HOUSE,
MAn~k'T, CORNERI CH URCHI STREET,
CH A RLESTON, S. C.
tTIJce packed for the (country a Apeelalty.
S.A. NELSON & CO.,
--WHOLEsA1,LE DEALERus IN
BOOTS A ND SHOES,
N o. 23 IIA Y NE S T RE ET,
CIIA R I;ESTON, S. C.
.' WAIMA R& CO ,.
WHIOLEsALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CIIOICl I' DRUOS, MEDICINNs, CUJIC fOA
P'tFU MERIEs AND TOILET ARJTICLEs,
Cur: KInpg a nd Va ndlerhlorst Streets.
CIHIA LESTON. 8. C.
OGwing to Shore Crops the farmers want
the hIghest prlices for cotton. In order to
mieet theIr demands anyone can obtaIn It by
CLARKE'S SEED COTTON CLEANER
For sale by
A very sh'nple and durable machIne. No
cogs or belts. It pays any man who uses
It. We'refer pattes to E. P. MORLEY, Sr.,
andl VINsON & GALLOwAY, of WhIte Oak.
Call and( examIne the mnachine for yourself.
-. L tLL10TT. SR?.
O m'SIAt, aieisat rnd iew ,fo
Newy Orleans Molasses.
J. F. MCMASTER &. 00..
ARRIVED -'AND TO ARRIVEI
I0M INDUCI)MENTS.-2N-OT IJi
OB LOTS OF ODDS AND END)
111JT BA R GA INS I N N E N'
STYLES AND 10EST QUALITIES.
~Prrkt yo . It wl cs
-kS GO1) A'S 1AN 1) P A E',
\DA T PR ICES LOW ENOUGI I
To Ar T t' A WO TEiooomCA L
-RES AND CUUERPAS.REN
' eIN SETa '1n retler. a. .rces will ofirre voN .t Uwill cost o l 7 ra
l and see, and Iv i n not. a f V y- U /r
where-you need ot ftj thait you 1h ae u tir COe itest obligations to p Sr os of
FSIRST-CLAs. FUR.Ni''URE Ak'OUE.
You willa go GOOD BA N AN IV HONT GOODS ait tho LOWEST
PRIO/BS. The WISE n the GONOMICAL GET OFFHERE'.
OS4~ R W. 3o V PHILLIPS.
ALWAYS FRESH AND CHIEAP AT HARDEN'S,
We have jusit received a fresh supply of W ESTERN FLOURt of all grad&es,
and more to arrive in a few darvs.
.. We keep constantly onbuhand SUGARtS, COFFtEES;'1*, AS; SYIRUPS and
Also, SilELF(GOODS'i CANNED GOOO0S, CIHEESE, and in fact eviery-.
thingr tsually kcist In the GRtOCERY LIN Is.
B3AGGI(;NG AND) TIES,
BOOTS, 81101ES AND HIARDWARtE.
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Polite a endlants readty to serve all;c e
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CIGARS. A GOO TE )"J"-N CENTUS C IGA R% _OLD FOR 1
FB CENIS A PIECE.
TEN BARiRELS OF VERY F I Nfl
NORTH CAlROLINA CORN WH18"KE-V
TE OLD CROW WISKEY
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THE C.OR1NEJR STOIE
OENTS' AND LADIES FINE SIJOES, ALL3 MAD1
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ALLd~ DRY 4Go(DN.4
~'ms sPACE wrid nE nBERIVEDl FOR NO'[TIC6
0OF MY S TOCK.
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