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8 AND HERALD.
-WSBORO, S. C.
December 15. 1 1 1 1888.
..S. A. DOvEA s D,
JUNE 8, 1884, has been selected for
holding the Republican National Conl.
vetion. The placo of'assemblago has
yet been decided upon.
TrivE preparations are being made
-he execution of O'Donmel on
lay next. The doomed man will
,tless suffer death and no iiter
lon will save him.
A LL of the new county schemes in
the Legislature have beeni at last de
feated, and it is now certain that no
-low counties will be formed at the
.N Iowa editor retires from the
'istic field and concludes his
,ry in these words: "No true
. can edit a newspaper." Per
the conscientious gentleman
would find congenial work In the legal
A ITALF dozen or more bills have
been introduced in Congress to date
to abolish tile internal revenue system.
Why theso persistent efforts to relieve
whisjkey and tobacco of tie revenue
burdens and nothling is being said
about a reduction of tile general high
tariff laws? There is "something rot
tenl ill Denmark."
WE are glad that the Legislature has
seen fit to pass in substance Colonel
HaskelPs bill modifying the punish
imient in cases of arson, rape and bur
glary. The action of our law-inakers
will meet with approval at the hands
of our people, and we doubt not that
tile courts will now be better able to
mete out substantial justice to parties
convicted of tile above-namned felonies.
CInAiLEs A. DANA, of the New York
Sun, ia juat mad enough over Carlisle
election to the Speakership, and day
after day writes of tle certain defeat
awaiting tle Democratic party in th<
presidential cainpaign of 1884. This I
the gospel according to ana, bu
everybody knows that lie is not tin
best political miarksman in the coinn
try, and just as often misses as he hit
A mvoicI. reform league hats beci
organized ill Ohio for tile purpose o
checking the divorce legislation of tha
State. Divorces, it is claimed, can b(
obtained in Ohio for almost any trivia
cause, and( thie mtarriago tics are bu1
loosely and irreverently esteemed
The organ izationU is comp losed prinuci
pally of miinisters ini various braniche:
of the Protestant and of men promni
nonut and influential in the politicai
No more importanlt mecasure in it
bearings, socially and mlorally, hats ye
beeni brought to (lie alttcutioni of th~
General Assembly thanii the onc look
in~g to at re-eniactmnit of the divorc3
law. Ti's qulestionl is now before the'
body and wvithini a few (lays our lan
makers will pass upon the wisdomi o
folly of its eniactmient. To the iti
quiry, What shoul be done? thi
press anid the peop)le are entitled t
speak, and to speaik what is eSteemle
the wvisest and the best. We hone
anid revere (lie timie-sancetionled sent'
mienit in .South Carolina that wbrha
"God has joined together let no ina
put asunder," andl perhaps its fostere
and cherished existence has throw
around the marriage vows a sacrei
ness here not everywher~e to be foun
in tile country. But after all, a cahi
amid thoughful conlsideration wvill dii
close (lhe fact thant upon lie subject<
divorce, as up[onl all others, ani erre~
upon the one extreme is neccessaril
fraught with tihe like evil conseqnt -nec
as an error commliitted npon01 the othe1
And (lie adlvocacy of "no separatio
for any cause" stands about upon
plamne, therefore, with the practice <
granting divorces upn)1 trivial and~ ii
significanmt comnpinmts. A happ)
goldemniean bet weon thle 'xtrnm
right and1( left positi ons seemls to be thi
more tenable, thle miore consonant wit
the dictates of reaison,, coinnnoni senls
and1( experienice. 0f course we 1a1e utC
p~rep~ared to lend supp'ort to thme pai
sage of an act, tha, woul shake th1
founmdation of thie famiiily governmi
and~ tiamnple under foot thie conmjnigal
ties. We urge and maintain, an
aeriously too, (lhat a sepalrat ion applros
cd amid sanctioned by (lie law iunde
(lie proper himnitatiomns aiid restr'ictioi
tends rather to protect thuan to lin~pal
(lie acrednless andl bhidimig force <
the marriage contract. it "tends t
p~rotect rather thiani imnpair"', inithat .
reqireis at strict and pr'operi adhlerentc
0 ~to the terms of (lie contract-an hione
.discharge of duty from hutsbanid n
T i irom wife alIke, so long as (lie relb
It-simply means thait at conitract
esteemed by (lie partjes 1111( by (1
P ~~~ laws of (lie State, shall b~e mutuall
obligatory upon1 (lie parties therlet<
anid that willful and deliberate violi
tions by the party of thie first pat
shall be esteemed cause sufhlclemit f<
j ~the demand of a release and1( dischuar.
from Its obligationis by 'the party <
the secoind ptlrt.
- Could such ain enactmnet wi sut
an imperative and earnest demand ft
* nutuality do violence to (lie marring
?s? Om ihe contrary it could ll
eteach thme legal lessons to aill (hi
lItty and privilego nust go haid ini I
land, and that tho disregard of the one
cenioves tlie right to the enjoyment of
the other. But "no separation for
my causo?" Conjugal love and conju
gal fidelity are the fountains froin
yhich must flow the peace and domes
lie felicity of the marriage utilon, and
rneo the spring waters are poisoned
nd the stream, once the beautiful,
limpid, laughing stream, swells Into
the angry, turbid torreit, and in its
hurrying iadniess overleaps itself, atud
upon Its frightened banks wrecked
lives, blasted hopes and dead hearts
in awful lcaps lie buried. The purity
of the first love and the fidelity of the
one to the other must be sacredly pre
served, and when not, the picture of
the direfil consequences cantinot be too
What remedy then for conjngal hate
and coijugal infidelity ? None ait all,
they say, but to live on in the shame
and misery of another's makingl IIn
justice it should not be, and certainly
it lends no teiderlness and no sacred
ness to the iiiion, and nio happiness to
either offetnder or the ofiended I Then,
why not at divorce, 'whenl the accolI
plisiIment of tile ends of tie union has
been placed beyond the pitle of possi
bility? We should advocate the ex
treme reme-ly only in extreme cases,
and iwe hope tle Legislature will so
provide. Certainly it caiot be nec
essary to jumllp iloll tihe old South
CaroliIIa doctrine of "no divorce" to
the New England rule of "divorce for
every tli Rig.''
Whuat, will be done with the measure
now pentding It is impossible to say,
but we cannot think its passage would
be i step backward.
-Th1e 1Cdepression in the cottoll Spil
lilg )Ibuisiness Seems to be only tempo
rary. A lirge compaiiay flor matmi ti
turnlig is heilg orgamized, ill Cincmiati
an1d at lIew eIter'prise is looked fIr inl
TRIO Old Men'1s 11461n1e.
One of the imust benlelie it eharities ill
existence ia that whvlie provides a resting
Ilacee for weary- an1d wornt out old Ienl.
Tiey have inniy hifirmlties and disellses,
onIel of the ust common of whilch i rhelt
matisim. Just here coines Li the advant
age of Pitnny DAvis's PMiN KJ.l.En,
which hts relieved mitiy an old man by
driving iway the most severe rheuimatie
Now that, the cotton is about all ginled
an1d farm-Illers alr'i not, as busy as tley will
be ia the spring, we stggest. that. they
brling ini thieir gills to bie repired lini order
to avoid hlurry an1(1d distappiol tintet whieni
they do0 nleed themu.
Wec throw tils oult as a suigge'stioni, andi
you1 miust bihune y'ourselves if youi don't
-B ARU CH,
OFFEls EXTItAORD1NARY IN
tDUCEMENTS TO PEOPL E WHOt
SAltE DOING TiIEllt T1IIAD)ING BY
OUR MAIL ORDER D)EPAJl'T
f MENT IS SO ARR~ANGI!D TilAT
, "SlIOPP1N(G" JBY MAIL IS RiEN
s DEJIED) EASIElt AND) IS OFTEN
1 MOlIE SA'1'SFACTIOlILY DA iONE
TilAN iN PEltSON.
LETT1ERtS OF I NQI;l tY ARIE
PROMPTLY IESPO)NDIED TO.
e SAM PLES SENTi AND1 ESTI MAT[ES
.(GIVEN. WE GUAlt ANT1EE SAT
e ISFACTIION-DE LIVEIIINGl PA CK -
-AGES 1FOR1 OVER TEN D)OLLAIIS
IN AMO)UNT', FRIEE OF~ EXPRESS
r' Olt MAIL CIIARIGES..
'WE K(EEP EVERtYTil11NG TI lT
IS NEEDED TO CLOTIhE MEN,
SYOUTIIS AND BOYS, LAIES,
MISSE~S AND) CIlILDRtEN, JY
(CLUDING A COMPLETE LINE 0
L AIDIES' AND) MISSES' UNDE.
Y WE'Alt, AND) lAVE TilE BES'
.~ DESSMAKINGl ESTABILsl8IMENTJ IN
ItSEND) US A TRIA L OlRDER.
THE WORST " ISM " TO-DAY IS
RHEUMATISM IN TU1E BACK -
PERRY DAVS'S PAIN KILLER,
RI/EUMA TISM IN THE KNEES
PERRY DAVIS'S PA iN KI,L ER.
RHEUMATISM IN THE MUSCLES
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER.
RHEUMA TISM OF LONG STANDING.
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER.
RHEUMA TIC SUFFERERS, buy of
Perry Davis's Pain Killer
kND FEED STABLES.
HORSES, MAI ES, 31U ILES. PONI ES.
Just arrived, on Saturlay, the Mih Inst.,
frout Glasgrow, Kentuky, two ear-loalts of
lne driving and rhiling
IIOliSlC .\N t) .\MA ll8,
and a lot of 1tine ituIths. In the lot. a f.-w
site4rb1 saddile antl lhrns PONIES, all
well broke, sound nd gentle, all of whiit
I will sell low for eash, or on thue until
next, fall for approved paper, or 1 will take
old fat stock in exchange or poor young
mules or imares.
You will do well to enll and 'sce niy stock
before purclatsing elsewhere.
Witusboro, S. C., Nov. 12, 1883.
FOR ACHES) 1AINS,
RIhEUMA TISM AN I) N EIU.IAIA !!
W Ill) Olla, SI. .laeoht's (Oil, Nurtal
ginett, T oung A mtericutIA 1,inimen, I iitisht
(Oi, Nervt andl iHtone Itiiueiut, Volcanic(
l~inituengt, l Iirter's L~eiimenu. t, in Killer,
Radwayva's li endy lI elief, II oltmes' I iiiet,
Fo'r sal l b
McM ASTIEli, lIllCE & K1ETChIlIN
Po'tatshi I tuzetge's, l'orest's J iiPer Tart
laung ltalinug (s hobules, Syrup oh 'Ttr tj
Syr'tup, lilrtr's latog ltalm, 'Tol uti
l Aiverwor 'i xpeto ranth ( erinoni Syrutp
. aynte's Expltt orant , Syrnyu of Tlolu ain
lied Spruce I um, Sage's (Catrhitlemued y
(Catarrht Sih, (Cuubh igartteus, TIuttt't
Expictorat, Ayer's Cherry P'eetoral
G lobte Flower C'ongh Syrup, llrowut's Mlix
ture, lHull's ( otuglh Syrup, IElix ir o Gritnde
hua, Wtc tombul's Astlnnta Heitedy, Alletn'
aunug I lat, Chlerry Peetoral Witne, 0ot
IAiver* Oil, Emnulsiona of (Cod IAver Oil
Catpsules of (o :tl IAuver Oil, Iliypophtosphit<
oflA Ltimad Sodla, Extract, of Malt ani
(Cod I Aver O il, Syrup of the Hlypophite.
F"or sale by
MOMASTEE, BEIOE & EETOHIN
P atet. Process Ibuck wvheat Flour, Chtok'e
Faney and Patent F'attily Flour, Londot
Latyer liaisinis, (1reamt Cheese, P~ineatppkl
Cheese, Imported Macatrtni, Imtporte~l
Pieles13 antd Sa uce, Imptloted a it Doutestk
Sardintes, Sahniont, Mackerel, Cotx's Cela.
thie, P'owdered and Cut-ILoaf Sugar, (irat.
ed and Sieed Pineapple, Okra and TIomta.
toes, P'ears, Peachles, T1omtatoes, Succotaasl
and man 11 y oitheru goods In that lIne. It
is full of Fli I*l ISTO( CK of the very besi
I havi e a large stoctk oif lieavy llOOT.'*
ats /v. ri sol by .Januaryv 1st, regard~ Iless o3
ithit. Also, hteavy' goodus fori panmts ant(
tioaIs. Piee no objtec. I wvat muoney
All0 lOlt CASil ON ilE SPo'T.
1R. M. UlUE Y.
SEN *T~iE IS
LO E TP IE
-e THE SOU TH
1ov is the Time1
, t 1,
To buy goods cheapt, and to all who aro
vcding them we would say that if you
vi give us a call we will prove this fact
CALIVwEL. & LAUDEMDAr -.
We have just received a fresh stock of
'rints, Cretons, bleached and unbleached
)omesties and Sheetings, Canton Flainels,
ke., which are being marked low. Come
CA I,1>WELL &t L A UI>EIII)A li1-.
We have a nice line of Dress Goods of .
liltyerent klids, including the best Cas- 3
neres. Look at thei.
CALE.LWLE ,L & LAU DERl)A LE.
We have a large lot of Cloaks and Jack
lt" a great mnany of which we will sell at 1
sst. Also it splendid lot of Blaikets timid -
liawls, both common and best quality.
Ih ey re very cheap.
CA.u..>w .,, & LA uln)xIA1,.
Our stock of Silk Ia ndkereliefs, Gloves
Collars and Collarettes, amid a job lot o4 f
111 lloslery that we hmave il nill colors and
sizes, will pay to examine. Coie and see
CALDW IELL, & LAUDl.L>AI.1.
We ask a speelal look at Jr. Warner's
CkOcbrated Corsets. Our Coraline, Nursiug,
LmIg Walst, are the best and a guarantce
for six months given witih every one.
CA.DWELL& LAUnMtnArI.. .
Wi ask an luspenVtio of our stock of
Clothing, all styles, which we are certain
are extreinely low in price, from common
to best quality.
CALW-:.L & L 1>I.:).l,..
Commnon Wool lats, all styles, best Felt
anid Nobby Styles, also best quality of
Stilt llats, to suit everybody's taste and
Pok'.\.1.I13WiELi, & Li;i1.:i).\ I,.E.
We are cemithially receivi iim. fresh lots
of Boots and Shoes, itild o11r stock is al
ways full, milade up by the best umanu fine
turers, 1111d eve~ryN pair guaran111teed to give
satiscm-tioi. Best goods for the least pos
CA 1,1)Wici.L & I.A.UliUl)Al..
We have Just received a large stock (of
the best, Ironstone Crockery. Also it lot of
Glassware, whlih will surely please you.
CA.icjra, & L.AUl)I1LlLm.\ii:
By a look into our (SroeI Departniut
You will find Fresh Buekwheat, the best
Uleese and Macaronli, .) lillibo m11111s and
iany other good things. Come mid see.
CA 1)>w 1ELL & LA U DEiRD)ALE.
We lve too hirge and varied a stock to
eimerate, but. if you will come aid see
us you vill find a great deal to attract,
among other things our New Carpet Ex
hilbitor. Where you eni see a beautiful
stock of Carpets Ill a very few minutes;
which, like the rest (if our goods, are sold
at very close price's. G ive us i eall.
('ALI)WELL & LAUD9E1DAI,E.
STO VES A SPECIALTY
1 haive in store the laorges.t stock of
Cooking and! Ieatlig STOVEN
ever blroughit to Winsboro. At the head
of the list is the Charter Oak, No. 8, with
all the latest ihnprovemuents, including tihe
wonderful wire gauize OVeni door. Other
sizes of thme same Stoves and Nos. 7, 70, 77,
&c., of other lir'st-class cooks. Morining
Lighit, Centennial, (Cooks Jewei (rtevol vinig
tolp), Improved Lee, Crown, Cotton Optioni,
Hill Arp, Gulf States L eon, Magnate, &e.'
All sizes (of 11 EA'l'ElfS, for CO)A L or
wvood. Orates, Open Franiklins, and10 Egg
Stoves fromu SO.00) upi. Stove timings
andio parts onl hand orI suplhiedl promiptly.
TheIO familiy C(OFF"EE IIOASTlEli supplies
a long felt W~anit. 1s air-tight, ando roasts
perfectly~ 1 to at pounlids colfee. Will lit anly
steoe. Piece $2.00.
1'ELLfOES, SP'OK ES and II UJBS, a full
stock. T1o shops I sell very close. Write
ocall for prices.
PLOAWS aind piow% ladeois. I have at few
of the Louilsville' Plow~s that, I will etose
out. Will hereafter run the I .EAiDEII
the best low-priced cluhll plo0w.
Choice NEW CtIOP Newv Orleans Mo
hasses, NEWV Buckwheat. Flour, Brunswick
and .JUMBO) Hamis, Smoked Beef, Break
fast Bacon, Bologna Sausage, No. 1 Mack
eral, Messed Flih in tins, Canned Goods oif
all kinds Vegetables and Fruits, (Cracker~s,
fresh andI choice, Cakes and GInger Breadl.
With)out permmission I refer to paruties
tnumed below as to the exce'llence of thme
Messrs. ,Jas. II. Turner, W. 11. Fle'nni
ken, I). it. Fleinniken, W. ii. Creighit .las.
Mrs. J. Obear and( othiers.
Tw'~o Ilundredo hushela' lIed liust- Proof
Oats, just re ceived.
J. HI. CUMMINGS.
Wh'lo would believe that we wer he -)
gars, after looking over our splenid~ stoct
of goods, which is mohre extenusive tand rich
er tI anm ever-ando yet such Is time cast'. We
have beggared ourselves by hayinmg in so
imeh for the tradle, whenu Ehme crops have
been so short. Ini the first place, we b~eg
thmosceowe us to ('omle and pay up, hereby
wve beg for
Everybodly wvanits mioney, and esp)elally
those we Owve. If we, dil nlot owe anybliody
andlo could live wilthout buylIng anmy thing wve
COME ANI) SEE US,
We waint to show you1 the heau itifl
tihigs we have on hand, useful uis wvell as
eleganlt; fiull lies of .Jewelry, WVaiceos
and Clocks, Glassware, Silverwvare, SjAee
fales anid Eyeglaisses, L amu~ > oods, Fancy
(oods, Toilet. Sets, Vases, Cdups aiMgs
Then we will heg youl to [tg.
Somie of thiese thinmgs, that y'ou may have
pleasu~lre ad we profit therebI y. Nw (1 i
the ih lit t
For we will sell at ('ost.il lanb low rAther
tha~inimove this stoc'k in our~
NEW STlOit E,
Whic~h we e~xpeLct to doI soonul after
ICONNOR & CH ANDLR.t
UCAS & RICHARDSON,
LATIONERS, PRINTERIS AN) BLANK
EASr BAY, C11AltLISTON, S. C.
- W. STILES,
UllLEY BLOCK, 109 MEETING ST.,
ClIm1,.EsroN, S. C.
ealer it Paints, Oils, Brushes, Varnish,
Glass, Putty, Colors, Oln11e, &C.
V LVIN It. TIIO31IANSON,
(Factory in Charleston.)
ANUFACTU 11Ji4 OF SADDLEs, fIDLES,
I:A1I31 IN SADDILRY, HIARDWA1E,
Inmporter of Engiish Bits, Stirrups, &c.
17 lEEITINO V~tECilsO, S. C.
I ENtY ST EIZ,
Ilporteralt Wholesail)ealer lit
OHEION AND DO31ESTIC FIUIT,
,pies, Oranges, lhlaans, Cocoauts,
'entons, Pineapples, 'otattol.s, Onions",
E. COt. 31iE1TIN & MARiKET STREETs,
CIIAltLESTON, S. C.
Vhiolesale aint letatil Comnnission Dealer
18s1I, OYST El S, GA ME and POUIlt Y,
Stalls Nos. I nald 2 Fish Market.
Mlee No. 7 Miarket St., East of East Buay.
Consignnients of Coluiutry 'rouldiet are
iul solite. Poultry. Eggs, &C.
I'erishailo oods att owner's risk after
lellvery to Southern Express CO.
P 4 ltil)OrillElullO ) & Co.,
)EAL.its IN 31ACII NE ElY AN D S'P'PL',1 ES.
"M\lID OV ill1. SOUTII CORN MILL."
No. 165 3MEETINGl ST. CNI ARLEbl.:ON, .1. (C I.
Try our 50) cents achine Oil-tie best
II the market.
FLROMI Ti1 E CLAUSSEN liZlEWINO CO.,
CIIA IlESTO)N, S. C.:
I lave now a Standard liler nuperior to ott
LrS, put upy in kegs, patent stopper bottles
aid bottles in harrels for export, to keep a
lg tilne. Eupty beer hottles bought.
Agent in Culumbill, 31r. .1J 11lti Krentieis.
-I 'POltT141 AND DEAiE1lt IN
WINES, LIQUORS, CIG AlS, TOCACCO,
OCERIE11,Es AND ) 'IIOrI:ON S,
No 175 1'_AST IIAY, CIIA It1,El2STON, S. C.
0'T TOTIEDEMAN & SONS,
WIT OiLESAIMK 0 lOCEI:S,
lilNOYISION DEA LliRS,
102 AND 10-1 EAST IA Y STIZ E1]l',
CiIA imSTON, S. C.
.O Y D) liit(YIl EltS,
W.iiolmi:ani: GiHOCEIis, LI ..-01I DEu*A LEIIS.
(CO):iIMSSION M~itUIIA N'ITS,
197 EASTI BAY, CI iiiLEsTiON, s. C.
S.B. IIOMlAS, AG ENTr,
NO. :120 Ku N( STI., Ol P'-OslTE~ I aTV
WIND)OW~ SllADES, l'APEli lANO
INGS, IACEC (iUI'TA INS,
*OltNA(E AD I)' ili(l.ST'.:nv (008
.U . CUDW)~OHbT!i & (CO.,
SADD)L ER Y WARItElIO0U SE,
Ou' 'O sa1 T CI1IA stJ.L E oT 110l OT1EL.
EjN ItY H1'SC lbOiF & CO.,
WH IOlE$A1 EIOlA)CElIS
AND) DEA12,EtS IN CAlIOiINA RICE.
CAltOIiNA TOLUII TONIC.
199 EAST BAY, CH1AHILESTJON, S. C
LIVA GAGE & CO.,
CIIAHIllST1ON ICE IIOUJSE,
Alxtu ET', COHN El! Cii UJnCH S'VligET'
CiIA IUllSTON, S. C.
A. NELSON & CO0.,
--WIIllsA,. D)EA L:II5 IN
N o. 2:1 I1 A Y N E4 S'i TItE E T),
(!IIA l ISTlON, S. ('.
W. AIIAlt& CO,
WuIOL.sAT,1 AND) J!EETAI I, DEAJ~luiS IN
SUIH(1A i'I, IN5'iittU IIENT1s,
P~Il:F'UNII~ntis AND) TIO1I.4T A n'TicI~s,
Cor. KIng andl Valnderhiorst Streetso.
CI[AIRI1ESTON. S. C.
ed to frishI *'sltintt.uian'l tn do aill kilis
11013,4 uIldin1413g und ('arpenter
All I wo elitiyn-deo'I Io us wvill hav~e
W. A. iH0MI:JY,
0-i 25- ::1f \\. II. SM ITII.
N.aED WiIIEAT ANI) O9.TN.
R)USTI PROO01 WII E.\T ANI) OATIS,
.L.Checap for' the' (ASII.
N E W . RNIT UR I
ARRIVED AND TO ARRIVE!
BIG INi)UcE,1MENTrs-NOT IN
JOB LOTS OF ODDS AND ENDS,
BUT BA tG AlNS IN NEV
STY LES AN D BEST QUA 1IES.
- NEWIN(1 MACHINE,
ASG(O) AS CAN BE 3AUE,
AND ATr vin1ES iLOW ENOUm
TO A'T T1tLAC T ECONO3ICAL
TIN S IT --noue prettier. 3 pc s v. ill u1luise v)i. IL wll eoist yo ilotlillig
i allin d141 see, andi I Ianot . / YOU J/UN ), tUme aitl troubhil, huy else.
heire--vou need not fevel that yo arv e Ul bce. slightest lIMiat.ios to p hi rvI
e. 1oget your P iket ra 1his'PUI'I R 1() UT, and coe traighBt throu0Bg
FAlRJSTI-CL F1URITI IURIC STOREW.
You \Ill Iwt. ,OD JIAH?.Il's /N I/GN 1 0 0 DS a) t the I) IVm.T ~
J:uEs. Theu. WISE and I Ihe L(CONOM ICA L. 'G IET )ll OF 11El E.
kL\WAYS FRESH AND CIIEAP AT IARDEN'
We lave.ju recei1ved a frelshi pply o1 i ESTElN FLOURI f Wall grades.
kuld mllore to arrive ill a few days.
We keep ) const atly n hlihand SUG AltS, COFFEE'S, TE'AS, SYICUPS a A
Aimo, 811 EL OOD(.0()S, CANNED GOODS, CaInS, and in fact ever
in g usu-illy kept ini the GIto( )CElY LINE.
IA((ING AND TIES,
lOOTS, SIMl8 AND IIADl)DWAlIE.
4. H. 'HARDEN & BRO
NEV( FALL AIJ ~TOK
hIpavea, jstr tnt frou th o rther i n - , I k, ve t , enr . fu ly i le t(liae
Out onE0 0 of )he I n i0 in1114 t k I of Io : 0 ver 4roughtt th is _.u ke.It
''invite illy SIto i tn i lr most frie titni td. c alla de:<iai e i c 111 F <.ds I efi o he iin the' i l.
T rehse os fee li d t e st. theli tateso ei n f'ttli ons.
LadI ure Cordially iv t o i all the w i h- a11t al ilisit il, ( i 'hI S. 'Thend
p1 l IllG voDS A 11sete, aIal aItt 1 rc i14 , 1 0 vlo Iw )1ino-1111 4l
t Iy, 11111 the li.l di 14111 t ilhe Ei l e i a in' e will li e 1 I e it am-e.
tio t e a ll r crr ially in ited to al anl in1 et 1wi1 r aunll. line of P N T
Nmeil ais ill N th ig ahandsonn' lu n4 Lxiten .- cllet , o no vetl9s Ill (rable. )*a .
1i44 \ hitt iv.es, a4nd all sty!kt., of I, aves. Also, a ballil111 lie of Ladies' 1111 1 ( ein
I 'i w4.1 11 (ao1 ill ( I a nll :%;)d lDlek. A good a r ticle
ill 'it 1414 and \14111 l, stitlal de.lt h t filivs' 4441.: wt1.l
I V E M r A d 1A I 1 I '411141 ,at islil l (44 ',1 t h44l. No tronthle it) sh1ow good)iels
TEN TIoUSAND "SUG EN! IEIM.IER'S CIIOICE"
CIGARS. A GOOD TEN CENTS CIGAR SOLD FOR
FIVE CENTS A PIECE.
TEN BARRELS OF VERY FINE
NORTH CAROLINA CORN WH18KEY.
WOR WhI1 -SK y J 1
mz) enow Waiso. s
A/LWA//YS O.A H1MAND.
Pi 1 ]EA OfNE0 8 STOItg
4 OFF FOT.1 NkW YINtK
OF MY ST1OOK.
J . M . B E A . T "Z .