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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
SATURDAY. Deceanter 1. 1 : j 1883.
.NO. S. NZYNOLDB.
01S. 4.. DOUGLASa. EDITORs.
JEFFERSON DAVIR claims that his
history of the. war has not been a
IT is stated that the Hon. Samuel J.
Tilden will make a-gift of his Gramer
cy Park residence, library and collec
tion of pictures to the city of *New
York for a public library, which lie
proposes to endow liberally. The
property, books, pictures, etc., are
valued at $1,000,000.
AN exchange says it has beei dis
covered that O'Donnell, Carey's slayer,
was a Mollie Maguire, and was also
perpetrator of the Nathan murder, but
it is not generally known that to him
belongs the honor (or odium) of com
mitting an aggravated assault on one
Patterson, christened William.
THE army'of pensioners amounting
to 303,658 are classifled as follows;
Army invalids, 198,618; army widows,
minor children, and dependent rela
tives, 74,374; navy inivalids, 2,468;
navy widows, minor children and do
pendent relatives, 1,907; survivors of
the war of 1812, 4,831; widows of
those who served in the war of 1812
- Fito the year 1879 to 1882 one hun
dred and seven prisoners were sen
tenced to death, and only fifty-oi, not
quite half of the condemned number,
were executed. The figures are
significant, in that they show a grow
ing humanity in the administration of
the penal laws in England. The denth
penalty is evidently not popular in that
country, and it would not be surpris
Ing if the English Parliament in the
near future should abolish it.
Tins is what the country has the
right to expect, according to Mr. Car
lisle: "Strict economy in the adminis
tration of overy department of govern
menit, just and equal taxation for pub
lie purposes, the faithful observance of
the limitations of the Constitution, and
a scrupulous regard for the rights and
interests of the great body of the peo
ple, In order that they may be pro
tected, as far as Congress has the
power to protect them, against on
croachment from every direction."
This doctrii does not suit Stalwart
disunionists and tariff-plunderers, but
it nIL Li au
MR. MURRAY, of Anderson, has
offered a bill in tire House of Rlepre
sentatives which, in efyect, destroys
the legislative power of the Itailroad
Commission. Mr. Murray's ideas
embodied in the proposed bill are
sensible and to the point, and the
measure, if passed, will eliminiate the
most, obctioniable features of the lawv
as It now stands, leaving the Commis
sion a general supervisory control of
the railroads, without the right to muake
fariff' regulations. Thin would be a
happy middle ground between the cx
tremes, and if the Legislature be wvise
enough to adopt it, both the rights of
the peole and of the railroads wiill be
properly taken care of and protected.
Tpsi husbanid of George Eliot, Mr.
- Crsshassecured nlearly all her lt
ters and wvili publish many in his life
of her. I s said that she gave the
same care and4 pains to themi that she
did to her literary Work and was quite
incapable of hasty, ill-consieed coin
-position, even in short notes to inti
mate frienads on trivial subjects. It is
to be hoped that, this is not true. The
charm of Women's letters is thieir
sp'ontaneity and naseO. Mr's. Carlyl~e's
letters are as interesting ais a novel;
but they were so far from being pre
meditated and carefully wriat ten that
they were often dashed off while shec
wvas in pain, sleepless, annioyed 0r
IT seems that while Mrs. Langtry is
gallanting around thuis country a fair
Anmerican is taking har place iin royal
esteem. Reginald Eastom, (ig ee-e
brated miniature painter, has coim
pheted for the Prince of WVales a
mni .t.nr ie of theo world-renew ned
young beauty, Miss Jennie Chamnber.
lain. It is remarkably beautiful, and
shows to great advanitagec her wonder
* ful beauty and exquisite coloring. His*
Royal Hhighnemss is mauch p~leased wvithi
the likeness, and has ordered It to be
encased In a delicate gold frame en-.
circled wvith real pearls, Mr. Eastoni
says it Is almnost Impossible for ani
artist to do justice to the younig Ameri
can beauty's p~erfect tace and sweet
expression. Air, Chamberlain will not
allow his daughitefr' ph~otogr'aphs to
* be sold, and the Prinice of Wales and
severail Other members of' the royal
-. Chamberlain's lovely face beIng seen
in .th~e shop1 windowvs. The young
:.ltidy cenfis-to be' uore in dlemanid than
ever, anid she anid heri mother are pay
ing a series of visits In Eniglish contry
- hotises.. .
-More ne0W Congressmen will pick
their teet h ini Washinmgton. this year than
eveir befor'e.' Of the Jlia Demuocrats,
only3 73 wvere memubers Iast yea.
--Theo depressioni ini the cotton spin1
- ning blusiness seenms. to bouony tem io
rar: -A-large compla.myi fdrmanufae
and a newv.eniteil~'rpris je loed fo-r in
A GIRL'S LONG FASTs
Kollie Biokett Goes Nfty Twg
Days Without Food.
Death of a Scholaih Who was AMoJted I
With St. VituisS Dance.at a
oINCINNATI, 0., Nov. 28.-A case of fast
tog, pronounced by the physicians one Ut the
most remarkable on record, was developed
1st Sunday morning when Miss Molilo Bick.
or, daughter of the late John Dickett, Who
will be well remembered as the agent of Arch.
bishop Purcell, died at her home, No. 402
Court street. Since the 1st of lagt October Miss
Dickett received absolutely no nourishment I
of any kind, and she wasted away to a mere 1
shadow and was finally relieved by death, I
which had been long expected and In her case
was doubtless welcome. To the six prominent
physicians In attendance upon the young lady
the exact character of the affliction was a great
mystery. However it is known to be the result
of chorea, or St. Vitus' dance, contracted by
Miss Bickett whilo she was a pupil at the
Brown County convent about three years
ago. One of the most Important and inter. ]
eating features of the case is the fact that i
Mollie Bickott is the first one of the largo I
number of sisters and scholars who were at
tacked by St. Vitus' dance simultaneously at
the Brown County convent to die. News
paper readers will not fail to recall the time
when the inmates oft the convent were seized
with the dreadful St. Vitus dance,
and the institution was closed on
that account for a considerable length
of timo. The affair created the
greatest consternation. The press not only
in this city but throughout the country
teemed with accounts of it. Tho disease,
after showing itself in one of the schools,
rapidly spread until in a few days the rest,
and also the sisters, had the sano symptoms.
The patients presented a singular sight.
The symptomns are alnost too well known I
for description here. Some of those attacked
at the commoncoenent were worse than
other. Soon after the school closed and the
girls returned to their homos they as well as
the sisters began to recover. But Mollio
Bickett, whose tenacity of life, under the cir
cunstances, was so strange and renarkable,
never got well, and finally died, after long
sulforing. Miss Bickett was scarcely sixteen
years of ago at the time of her doanise. Prior
to her Illness she was a pretty, plump and
well developod girl. She was a pronounced
brunetto and quito protty. Returning homo
from the convent when taken ill, Mollio re
coivcd the best of nedical treatnint and at
tlho end of nino months she was almost well.
Eighteen amont hs ago her father, who had a
great deal of troublo in tho Archbishop
Purcell case, died of a diseaso of the
brain, after a protracted sickness. Mr.
Bickett's death sooned to lave a great effect
upon his daughter, for she soon became mo
rose and despondent, ahd the symptoms of
the okI conplaint gradually roturned. Her
mother noticed that she ato very little and
consulted a physician. The latter thought
notlaing of the matter, remarking to Mrs.
Bickott, that Mollio probably helped herself
to what she wanted while preparing the
meals. The girl generally assisted in the
cooking aid other kitcnen work. Later on,
however, it was found beyond all doubt that
Mollie took scarcely any nourishnient. She
could not give any particular reason except
that it hurt her to eat, and, moreover,
she had no appetite. As her condition
continued the symnptomns of the St.
Vitus' danco becamno moro noticeable. The
physicans called into the case were Drs. Car
son, Roamy, DoCourcy, Alln, Dawson and
Schmuok. The patient for a long tine pro
vious to October 1.took no nourisment bo
foe sipsof w1mo r ber ble ko
enmaciated, and It was evident that she couil
not last much longer. It was impossible to
get anything to lher stomach. The nour
isimanut taken was stopped above the stom-.
ach, andl was at once emitted. Bravely she
boro her sufferings,and her sorrowing amother,
brothers and sisters watched her fad.
ing form until the last spmark of life had fled.
Since the 1st of October Miss lickett received
absolutely no nourishmnont whatever, and the
amost remarkable feature of the ease Is that
bho lived so long. Tihe puzzled decters ox
pected death long before. The girl had
wasted away to mere flesh and bone and she
wats a sight to look at. Her emaciatlan was
so extreme that her spinal comna could
easily be felt through the abdosmn. One of
theo attendig phys!.inns~ called upon by a
reporter, sold thme case was one of the most
remarkable in niedical history. Ho
wan them looking over his books to
ascertain, If possible, a similar case.
"Miss Biclcitt's case Is more remarkable
than that of Dr. Tanner," said the doctor,
"for she lived fifty-two days with absolutely
ane nourishment at all. It was Impossible to
ad iplistor anything. 'f'ho convulsions,
wIm ch the symaptoms of St. Vitus' dance In
clude, kept up en the patient until October."
Whoa asked as to his opinion of the case, the
doctor said ho hardly know what to say, so
strange were the circumstances. Ho and
two ether physicians attributed Miss1
Bilckett's condlition to tile hysterical effect
uipon the mind.
Wirangalingi Over a Railroad.
ULEVELASD, Nov. 28.-It Is announced
that the Youngstown parties who hold judg
mota against Brown, Bonnell & CO., as spon
as the receivership in vacated will attack the
stock, so as to appear In the position of pre
ferred creditors. This wvill leave the foreign
creditors in the lurch. To meet such an
emergency thmo other creditors have employed
the Messrs. Rianney, who have filed a motion
for pemicskion to become party plaiantiffs to
the original suit undern which the court ap
pointed a r-eceivor, if the motion Is granted,
the Youngstowan parties would bavo to satisfy
all claims of the outside factions before be
ig in a position to ask for a removal of the
receiver. Judge Welker wvill hold the ipatter
in a imyanco until the arival of Judge Baxter
some timo during the week.
They Wanted Clothinig for Nothing.
PrrstTxsqy, j'a., Dec. 1.--A firm of cloth
iers, who~se stoke is on Jl;ithfid street, the
principal business street of this city, have
~4vettised extensively for some time past
- At 5,000 pieces ot glothing would be thrown
from th-of hi establishment "to the
excited mlidebelow." As the hour ap
preached people began to arrive and take
positions Iler by to be In readiness for the
event. The assolublago grew rapidly, ex
tending foi a square In enob direction. The
crowd became denser and mere oscited n
til shortly aftter 7 o'clock when the showver of
clothes began. Thena it becanao a howlig
mob shoutimng, fighting and completely ob
structing all business on that part of the
street. The police were obliged to step the
preoceedings. Fortunmately no 01n0 was seri
The P'enn sylvanla Legislature.
hlARRISDUnO, Pa., Dec. 1.-Thne appropian
tion bilJ provkling for time payment of salar~
en for sentors mind represontativot, for tihe
tt-a sessiona, as adjlsted by thme conference
com.nittees, passed tijo hmouse and wvill be sent
to the~ goeonor. A resolutlin to adjourn
tinally~ on Decemnber 12 p assd1 te hoise.
A Clothing store Buurnod.
Prrrsnunso, Pa., Dec. 1.- A fire IWp, out
in tine extensive clothing store of J1. M.
Qusky and Co., en market street, from some
tauso unknown, anid was withi difioulty ex
tinguishied. The damage to the build~ng and
ateck by fire and water Is estimated at from
$10,000 to $15,000.
erhm weoom Iuip aanen
[Solentifie American.) -4
(orittany has W00 mills for the am)auature
of woodJ pulp, amnd such a degrop of perfootions 1
bas beean reaced~ in Its mamifactumr that Oven
for the better qjualities of paper It i a coin
phloto substitute for rags. WVood jpziy constl
tuntes 75a per cent, of the pxaper stock used In
-Judge Hatch, of Santa BarbaraI
ai., has received a bwarm of bees from
Ferusalen. They differ from 'the con
non honey-gatherers by being provided
with a longer tongue with which they
re able to extract the sweets from
naty flowers and shrubs that otlier
>moo cannot reach. They are also able
o fly swiftly, and can remain longer on
"Fox's Book of Martyrs"
Coitains the history and ptictures of
iidreds of people who wore stoned, burn
d, beaten, pulled to pieces and otherwie
ortured oil account of their conscientious
onvictions as to belief and duty. They
uffered Incredible torment and have coeni
town to the present age as martyrs. It Is
tot now customary to torture people thus,
mut theyt are made martyrs by rheumatism
intil they suffer almost as much as did the
micoes of the martyr ages. There was no
ellef for the old-time martyrs, but there Is
tappy relief for those whlo suffer from
heumnatism. Cashier Charles F. Morrill,
of Manchester, N. IT., suffered terribly
rom frequent attacks of this painful
liscase, but lie has been cured. lie
vrites: "I was a martyr to rheumatism,
id, although I tried many other remedies;
found nothing that relieved me like
EnniY DAVIs's PAIN KIlJ,En " Other
-heumatic aartyrs may wisely take the
Now that the cotton is about all ginned
nd farmers are not as busy as they will
oe in the spring, we suggest that they
Pring in their glus to be repaired in order
o avoid hurry and dIisappointmnent when
hey do need them.
We throw this out as a suggestion, and
'ou must blame yourselves if you don't
,et your gin wheii you want it.
T. M. WL. I I O T T.
THE WORST "ISM " TO-DAY IS
RHEUMATISM IN THE BACK
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER,
RHEUMATISM IN THE KNEES
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER.
RHEUMATISM IN TIE MUSCLES
PERRY DA VIS'S PAIN KILL ER.
RHEUMATISM OF LONG STANDING
PERRY DAViS'S PAIN KIL L ER.
RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS, buy of
SPerry Davis's Pain Killer
H iE UNDEllSI(GNED AiIE PUEPAR
d( to furnish estimiates anld to o all kinds
louise Bu~lding and Carpenter
All work entrusted to us wvill have
IUOMP'T ATlTENTI'ION. Satisfaction
W. A. ROMEDY,
Oct 25-f xtf WV. H. BMITjH.
Who would helieve that we were beg.
ars, after lookIng over our splendid stock
)f goodls, whieh is miore extensive and rich
3r than ever--and yet such Is the case. We
iave beggareod ourselves b y laying in so
nuchi for the tradle, when the crops have
teen so short. In the first place, wve beg
hose owe us to come and pay up, hereby
v'e beg for
Everybody wants mloney, and especially
hose wve owe. If we did( not owe anybody
md could live without buyIng anything we
vould not want money.
COME AND) SEE US,
We want to show you the beautiful
lings we have on hand, useful as well as
mdC~kGasaeSi v a e, spe.
acles anld Eyeglasses, tanm oi s Falley
hoods, 'reliet bets, Vases, Cups and Mugs.
r'heni we will beg you to
Some1 of these thin gs, that you may have
>leasure an~d we pronft th ereby. Now is
lhe time to get
For we will sell at cost and below rather
han move this stock in our
Which we expect to do0 soon after
CONNOR & CHIANDLER,
SE DS PRIELST
N. TH.S UTH
Repa rmg a 0pcaly
OA RIP ET.N..
Yar'pets an~d Iieoas. Iurisihing (iand,lai
~Argest alich 4,,nth of Ratiitmnrw. Soquet.
Brnaels S-i aund Insgrae in Carpute, Rug..
lats aiid (resmb O~~lt ' windolw IWhadet
uiees and P'oies, 'Co'eia & Cainteon Mat tinge,
Jpboistery, Engravings, Chrome., Victure'
Praimes, write for .tamplles and P'rices.j
JuA II & OOSKERY, AUGUSTA, GA,2
Come and see the largest and best se
lected stock Millinery, consistin of
Trined Patter Hats and Bonnet n
trimmed P X1s, Velvets, Satins, Ribbons,
Flowers, ps, Plumes Birds and Feath
er., till colors, Crapes, Iliusions, Black and
White Laces, Love, Crape, Veils, Bare e,
Tissue and Parlsienne Velling, I air
Switches from 75 cents ul>, Curls, Bangs
Croquetries for the hair, Crepe, isle and
other Ruchings for the neck, Fichus Col
larettes and es, and all kinds of 1,811
Goodis. at e
J. 0. BOA 0's.
A full stock of Ladies' and Misses'
Hosiery. Berlin, Lisle, Silk and Kid
Gloves, all colors and new styles. An as
sortment of Ladies' and &Misses' colored
and white Corsets, all sizes. Hoop Skirts,
Dress Shields and Palpitators. Handker.
chiefs in variety, from Cotton to Silk. Silk
Fringes, Passeienterie Trimming, Velvet
Ribbons, Braids and other Dress Trim
mings. Buttons in great va.lety, styles
and prices, at
J. 0. BOAG'S.
A full stock of Notions of all kinds.
Ladles' Linen and Lace Collars, Zephyrs
Saxony, Berlin and Shetland Iloods. (0h
dron's Zephyr Hoods and Sacques, Shawls
and Boulevard Skirts, at
J. 0. BOAG0'S.
All kinds of Whito Goods, White Lace
and Muslin Curtains, Cretonnes, &c., &c.
Also a full and complete line of Dress
Goods, of various fabrics, styles and
prices, from Calicoes, Worsted, Cashmeres,
lilks and Satins---you can find any thing you
want In that line and at any price. These
goods we are determined to sell cheap and
Our stock of Shoes of all kinds Will be
sold at and below COST, as well as heavy
piece goods for .Men's wear, and other
goodis that we do not intend keeping after
present stock of same is sold. We nean
what we say.
J. 0. BOAG.
FIFTEEN more of the
NEW 1IGI ARM DAVIS MACHINES,
The best Mschine onl the 11mnl'lc$, and
gives perfect satisfaction in every partieu
tar, and a general favorite with the latles.
Every Machine WARRANTED 14 every
particular. No family slboiuld'he without
ono. Send order or come all and buy one.
J. 0. BOAG.
A lot of BUGGIES and HARNESS.
WAIT FOR THEM.
HI EADQIUA RT ERS.
While we have some good suits at $7.50
$9, $10 and $12, the variety at $13.50 amid
$15 is much greater, and emblraces many
very desirable and handsome mixtures, cut
beth in walking coats and sacks. There is
no discount on the wool-it's the genuine
article. The gnwflptM are of stylishi shapes,
#e.WedWii sik, well made and nicely
tiiluni,1o you contemplate buyIng a
suit soon? If' so, you should see these I
when comin to Columbia. If there is
anything under the sun] n Fall anid Win-.
ter apparel that you require you can find it
inl our stock.
To the ladies of Winnsboro we wishi to
announce that we have the largest stock of
Boys' Clothing in ColumbIa. Boys' school
A11( rdress suits; also a handsome line of
Kilt for the ittle ones, andi mnade andl
..rlimmed in thte latest styles. We also4
gi2-ayntee a perfect lit. AllI orders senut to
my addtress will receive promp~t attention,
and if they do not suit or fit, you can re
turn them by paying half express.
M. L. KINARD.
Patent Process ihiek wheat Flouri, Chite',
Fanety and Patenit F'iaily Flour, ldmmion
Layer iRalits, (Creami Cheese, Pilneapple~
Cheese, Imiported Macaron0)i, 1ImplortedI
Piekles and11 Sauce, Imtiported and IDomecstle
Sardies, Salnon, Mackerel, C~ox 's (elai
tine, Powdered and Cut-Ldoaf Sugar, (Irat
ed and Siceed Plneapple, Okra and Toma
toes, Pears, Peaches, Tiomatoes, Succotash
and many other' goods in that lIne. In
GROCERY DEPA ltTMENTr
ia fuall of FR ESHI STOCK of the very best
I have a large' stinek of heavy BOOTS
itl SIIOES for won~ and men, that
iilexf ljw notd by 'January 1st, regardless of
i'rofit. 'Also heavy goods for patt and
LrOlto. Pile ne object. I want money.
AIlL FOlt CASH1 ON TiliE W1OT.
R. M. H UEY. j
TATIONERS, PRINTERS AND BLANK
BO#O K MANUFACTURERS,
2 EAST BAY, UlIARLESTON, S. Q.
W1 N. STILES,
IURLEY BLOCK, 109 MEETING ST.,
CuAlLE-roN, S. C.
)ealer lin Paints, Oils, Brushes, Varnish,
Glass, Putty, Colors, (1h, &c.
ALVIN It. TilO1MLINSON,
L. (Factory lit Charleston.)
IANU PACTU tl OF SADDLES, B.iDiDILEs,
ELRIN SADDLEMtY, llARDWAIIHE,
LEATHElt, &C., &C.
Inmporter of English Bits, Stirrups, &e.
37 MEEITING STiEEr, CIAlLEBSTON, S. 0.
E[ LPNltY STEITZ,
Ilmporter aid Wholesalo Dealer In
IOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT,
Lpples, Oranges, Bananas, Cocoanuts,
Lenon8, P1ineapples, Potatoes, Onions,
l'eanuts, Cabbages, &e.
E. COR. MEETINO & MAIRET STREETS,
CIIARLESTON, S. (3.
IIAILES C. LESLIE,
Vholesale and Ietail Conmission Dealer
PISHi, OYSTEllS, GAME and POULTRY,
Stalls Nos. 1 and 2 Fish Market.
)flce No. 7 Market St., East of East Bay.
Consignintents of Country Produce arc
'espectfullyoleited. Poulitry, Eggs, &c.
I erishiablo Goodsat owner's fisk after
lelivery to Southern Express Co.
F. BROTHEIllHOO) & CO.,
3EALElIS IN MACHINEItY AND SUl'l,1ijs,
'MAID OF TI IE SOUTIl CORN MILL."
io. 165 MEETING ST., CIHAIIF. STON, S. C.
Try our 50 cents Machine Oil-the best
n the market.
L AGER BEERi
MROM Til: CAU.ssEN litEWVING CO.,
CIA IILESTON, S. U.:
[ave now a Standard Beer superIor to oti
rs, put uip in kegs, patent stopper bottles
td bottles II harrels for export, to kee) a
ong tMno. Enipty heer bottles bounht,
kgent In Coltunla, 'Mr. Julius Krentels.
-IM'ORTER AND DEALER IN
VINES, ldQ UO RM;, 01( AS, TO1ACCO,
p(uOCERIMs AND IIOVISIONS,
io 17.5 EAST AY, CIIAL ES'ON, S.C.
T'TO TIEDI31AN & SONS,
NlrOV ION DEI.\ 1 1- ,s,
102 AND 1)01o EAST hA Y 8'T'11EET,
CH1A1l1ESTrON, S. C.
H~JOLESIILE Gusocj-:is, L19q:u Iu~~~
117 EAST BAY, CHAl IsT N S. U.
i D. TIHOMA;, AGEHNT,
tIND~OW SIlADE.s, PAi>EI~ HANG
INGS, LACE CIIlITA INS,
wolN ACES AN!) UPHOLsTERuY iiooon,
CHIAI:LESTvON, S. C.
hVEND~OW AWANINs M1ADEI Tro OiwaER
4 (. CUD WORTlI & CO.,
155~ MEETINo STR EET,
)"P POs8 I T UIH A R L E To N II0 E L.
CIHARLESTON, S. C.
JENRY BISCHIOFF & CO.,
kND DEALERIS IN CAROLINA K1ige.
PRIOItET'Oi8 OF THUE CELERRIATED
CAROLINA TOLU TONIC.
99 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C,
LVA GAGE & CO.,
CHIARTLESTrON ICE HOUSE,
'[ARKET, CORNEI CHiURECH STRIEET,
CHIAIRLESTON, S, U,
& Ice packed for the country a specialty.
(A. NELSON & CO.,
--WHIOLEHAILE DEA LEJIS IN
BOOTS AND) SHOES,
N o. 23 HIA Y NE S'rTj~r EE,
CH ARLESTON, S. U.
W.j AIMAR & CO,
WHIOLE4A LE AND JRETAL Di fEA LERls IN
HOICEC DRUGS, M EDICI NES, C hEM ICA LS
SURIIA L, INS''ThIENTS,
'ERFU MERIES AND TILETr~ ARUTICL.ES
Cor. King and Vanderhorst Streets.
CH AHIESTON. S. C.
- 0 CUR D
--Bay State 'Shoe Soles s''~ee -by th
euine McKay Screw. . . JIEmw1'v
ARRIVED AND TO ARRIVE!
BIG INDUCEMENTS-NOT IN
JOB LOTS OF ODDS AND ENDS,
BUT BARGAINS IN NEW
STYLES AND BEST QUALITIES.
AS GOOD AS CAN BE MADE,
AND AT PRICES LOW ENOUGII
TO A T T It A C T ECONOMICAL
to ' 8IN SETS-none pretter. My prves wIll surprimi >oi. It will cost you nothing
o 0114 ald, see, and It I canniiot 8I YOU 1N U tm n to ue iaa elfe
where-you need not feel that you are uuder the slightesi Obligat111io t pu)i e, o f
mne. 80 get your ticket via this POP ULA R RO UTB, and come straight throutgh to the
VITRST-CLASS FURLrTURE sTOre.
You wIll I t GOOD AJAJN IN AIONEI F GOOD. at tie ho VES1
r'WS The, WISE and theLECONOMI1CAL UJET OFF HLERE,
O1 R, W. PHILLIPS.
G ROCE RIES.
ALWAYS FRESH AND CHEAP AT HARDEN'!
We liave just received a fresh supply. of W ESTEl N FLOUlI of all grades,
and inore to arrive inl a few days.
MOI kAep constantly on hand SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYtUPS and
Also, SHELF GOODS, CANNED GOODS, CHEESE, and in fact every
thing usually kept in the GROCERY LINE.
BAGGING AND TIES
BOOTS, S1OES AND HIARDWARE.
J. H. HARDEN & BRO.
NEW FALL ANU WINTER STOCK
L. SAMUEL S'.
I vlie just returned from the Northern markets, wher I have eieftully selected and
u1rehase one of the hadsomest stocks of DI)Y GOODS over brought to this market
invite my custoers and f etitef to call 111(-\ille nh glxa before making their
purlchases, feilig thint 1 ('an 81uit the tAl1st(!9 of the uiXO~t fAStldiouq.
LADIEs' aIMeSS GOODS In ail the ne\ stylea an colors, Changeable Worsteds,
Alpeas, Cashmeres, Gingams, S Irtyigs, Ioutestlcs, Flauuls, etc., etc. Our stock
of- PIIECE GOODS Is complete, nd at lowv figures.
Our Goods will satisfy to ilost critical deiands, and prices favor the purchser.
Trhese 'oods oiy inet beto hsoo .to be a)preciated. PRICES TO SUIT TiI TIMES.
Ladles are cordially Invited to call and inspect our mammoth thio of PItUNTS. There
atevcr has been such it handsome and extemsive collectloni of ilow auulihj lable shandes
>laced on our couiters. All standard and rellable brands. Price avnt be entirely sat
afactory, and the only dllficulty the purchaser need experience X b e ep tirke a sola.
tion from such an iunense variety of desirable xltternces.
Novelties in Notting' Valencienne l Alnen Fichus, nuovyelta in Oriam, Black
and White Ties, ad all Stpes of Laces. Also, a beautiful llne of Ladls' and Gen.its'
Silk I I[indkerchkiefs, real Ilorohlou L~ace (Spanilsh) inl Creamo awl1 lAtick, A good article
In liauk and ]tile 'Mull, itiable for Ia(1ie1' nteck wecar.
E eMEA CALL Perfect satIfaclI on guiaranjjtocd. No trouble to show goods.
Polite attelidipits ready to servo (kll visitors.
JUST RECEIVED AGAIN's
TEN THOUSAND "SUGENHEIMER'S CHOICE"
CIGARS. A GOOD TEN CENTS CIGAR SOLD FOR
FIVE CENTS A PIECE,
TEN BARRELS OF VERY FINE
NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY.
IHE OLD CROW WHISKEY
AL WAYS ON HAND.
N E WV SHO(.ES.
ENT'ls A ND LA DIES' FINE 4110F.8, Ai,, MADE
01! (lA 10AN RED STO&K. T..Y A PAl- -.
'A aLL 11Y (JEggygg
TI'll- IPA 8l'.E lL l1.ix~ litSEJIVED FOfl N(Yis~
0OF M Y STOCK,