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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNSBORO, S. U.
TRURSDAY, December 0s. 8 I : leSS.
*.%- qO. S. k1NOL1O.
011AS. A, DOUOLA8J 8 DWOBU.
Tusi now City Council of Chairleston
was sworn in on Monday. It Is an
unusually strong body, and will do
ionor to the Qlty.
WHIATEVER efforts may have beon
mado to save O'Donnell, the slayer of
Carey, they were futile. Heo was
hanged at eight o'clock on the morning
of the 17th lust.
SENATOR BUTLER proposes that the
Constitution of the United States bo
amended by insorting in the Fifteenth
Amendment the word "nativity" be
ibre the words "race, color or previous
condition of servitudo". Explaining
the object of this amendment, Senator
Butler said: "I expect toaccomplish a
great deal by It. By aun examination
of the Record you will find that the
original draft of Article 15, Section 1,
was ts I propose, but. on the moti6n of
the Senator from thode Islantid, the
word 'nativity' was stricken out. I
was iI that State at an election -iot a
great while ago and saw a man wto
had fought gallantly in the Union
army-he was a licntenant-colonel
and shot all to pieces-go to the polls
with a colored imanl who voted, but the
white Unlon soldier could not because
ho was so unfortunate as to be born ii
Canada. Now, I don't think that it is nt
It. should be. I also found that in that
State a man'had to own in fee nimph
$134 worth.of real Dstate in order tc
vote. This is'contilary to thie spiritol
our instl'tiltiOls. -. wanit to get 1
.sqpuaro vote on my mli(ment, In the
S9nate. I want to put the lepulflicant
on record. If they voto against 'it
.as they will. it will help us in th<
coming Presidential campaign . witl
the foreign vote."
THE RECENT tRD'SUNMETS.
At a recent meeting of the American
Astronomical Society, at the Fackel,
Institute, llrooklyn, Mr. G. P. ServisE
spoke on the recent -rd- light in ti
sky at sunset. le said this pleniomne.
non Was sceen In San Francisco as early
as the 20th of November, aid stibse
quently in Havana and the Valley'ol
the Mississippi. By the dates of it
appearance in diffeient parts it wae
supposed that the phenomenon had. f
prog'realve motion from~ west to easi
across the continent. In Enaglanmd
sipnl-lar light had.becn seen on tihe 9th
and- 10th-ef Nov'ember, and thme de
was the samne .as that seen iti America
Various theories had been put forwarc
(t.exphmationu of the phe~I~nonon
S9!he sugsted that a bank of clondi
inight have been so placed below th<
horizon as to reflect the rays of the sun
downward toward the city. Other,
thought that different densities. ii
difl'erent layers of the atmosphier<
might act as banks ot' clouds 'aud pro
duce the red1 effect. Thnis. Iasnted1 al
least an honur and a half after sunset
and in seome cases two .hours and
half. The same effct was seen befor<
sunrise In Utica, Rlochester and Blufth
lo. .Mir. Serviss showed by a calcumla
tion that the reflecting matter wa:
slxt.y-ono miles above the surface o
the earth. Consequently no0 :natdic:
could1 exist at such a height in sufil
cient cjuantity' to produce the effect
He thought that thle .phenonmenon. wan:
dune to the fact thant the earth was pass
ing through clouds of meteor'ic dnus-t
This view was contli'nmed by the fac
that there had been an extraordinar'a
inube of' largo .anmd brillianit. mieteer'
notlend in Eniglaml aiit .4mnericai durn
ing the last ttvo or three weeks.
Professor Brooks also confirined( thim
view when 1be described -a wond~er'fu
flight. of' telescopic nieor's he saw
'lme earth wasn no0w passhmig through. r
p~ortlon of space particnularly rich it
mnebeoric mat ter's. Professor' Oakley
attributed the phenomenon to' thu
moisture with w-hich the lower' strati
Of the at mnosimere ~have been~ lOAded
duinig thie hist. me'ith. Th'Ii'outch thai
cloud of mioist i reI1 lh''ran of thme sui
str'uggled. -Thei v'iolet ravs we're aub
sorid and~ theic ed cameO thro ugh.
AN ExA~CTING~ lIoFisslON.:.-Car!
. Sebuirz has retired fronmtheo New Yern
Ruvoning Post. Jie tinds the labor~im
too severe and exacting. Schunrz is
hard worker, but not an steadyI wor'ker
The professioni requnires the itter. T1h
editor must not wvork five (davs out-o':
the seven, but cyecry day of the week
To the thorough editor thorn' is nic
abatement or remission of labor. Him
is the most exacting profession inm th<
wVorld, and' therefore few succeed ii
It. Thme vocation really recquir'es irom
men with Iron nerves and ir'on heaithi
The public has nto symplathmy forn th<(
shortcomings of the editor oni accouni
of ill health, and lie must be always or
duty, and wvhen half dead, is expecte~l
to be a live man. Divines, lawyerm
anid p~hy3sicians have weeks of' heisnure,
and are pensioned and allowed vaca.
tions when out of' health,. biut rairely i
symplathy exp~ressed for the failitig on
-the overworked editor.. Never'tlfess
thiere is 'a joy In succeeding Ini such mi
prmofessionl, because so few can sunc.
coed in It and because sniccess is r'eall
earned. Schur'z has been the editor of
thu'ee newsp~aper's-the Detr'oit Post,
the 8t. Louis' Westliche Post, andf the
New York Evening Post. Hie has
wrnitten able and comrnyiehenusive edito.
rlals, from time to time, but he wvas
never a thorough editor, lie is -much
politician, flhe stump) speaker and the
wivter' for thme magazines.---ktwatuA-e
THE COMING STRIFE
Leasting Republicans Disoussin
Men and Issues for 1884.
Gen. Neglioy's Views or tie Wei
Good Outlook for
PrasUno, Dec. 14.-Gon. James S. lie
ley,president of the Union longue of Aineie
returned from Washington. fin speaking,
the meeting of the executivo connitteo
that city, ho said he had not heard su4
speeches in ton years as those maie by tl
gentlemen who clearly outlined the Issu
upon which the canpaign is to bo mado no:
year. lio was enphatib in his deolarati
that there was no desire to raise the bloo<
shirt or to reopen sectional warfaro.
Thereore, whowover, facts that would it
down. Republican voters In the south we
denied the right to express their opinions
the polls, and when allowed to do so thc
votos wero not counted. Notwithstandh
that the southern democrats had hold t
reins of government in the majority
southern states for the past decade he sa
they had failed to enact one piece of legisl
tion that would correct these abuses. Th
had, on the contrary, repealed every ]a
which had been previously enacted tondii
to throw sacrodness around il
ballot box, and to elevate the conditi<
of the downtrodden and oppressed color,
people, and to add to all they propoxod,
given the. power, to brok down many 11
tional .Institutions, including tboe tarl
which, if carried out, would result in t
inpoycrislinont of the north and give t
Whether the north shall be solidiflk
against a solid south, or all these evils avei
od by wido legislation or prompt action
the part of the republican party, are qu4
tions, lie says, which will form tho chief
sues-of the presidential campaign.
BLAINE'S CHANCES FOR THE 1RESIDSNCY.
NEw YoRK, Dec. 14.-Ex-United Stal
Senator Patterson, lato of South Carolia
says that Don Cameron, ox-Recorder Qu
and the other political leaders of Pennsylh
iiia, have recently resolved to support Jan
0. Blaine for the presidency in the coini
contest. These leaders declare that they ha
fought Blaine long onough and that his gre
services to the party entitle him to the nor
nation for which ho has so long strugglo
They will no longer oppose so ominent a :
publican, who is a nativo of their own sta
Mr. Patterson says that Arthur is
good follow, but ho ha buon woigli
down by his cabinet. No One of I
advisors is the kind of a man t:
a wise president would choose, while Bre
ster and Folger are extremely unpopular
Washington. The ex-senator intimates tl
the president would like to make Senal
John P. Jones, 9f Nevada, his secretary
the trgasury. lie declared that Arthur cc
intted a fatal mistake in not retaining all
Garileld's cabinet; that if lie had fallen
with the Niagara like current of sontini
and sympathy for the murdered preside
he would today havo io opposition for i
other terms. Had Arthur carried out I
policy of tho wan the people had chosen
their chief, with the agents selected by hi
ho would today ho tho most popular man
the United States. As it is, the prosidi
litis no influential following in any state. I
career Is drawing to its end.
CHICAGO NOT FAVORABLE TO LOGAN.
WAsnINorON, Dec. 14.-A good deal
speculation has boon indulged in here as
the signiflcation of the action of tho natio
republicana connuiittee in doefeating tile FI
propositonu and sending the conlventioni
Chicago. Bomol very wiso people have c
struod It variotisly as- pointing to Ldgahir
the defeat of Arthur's chances. Col. Marl
:.e.r.twL. of ..thenational- columittoeo a
infuences go' in suci h atter9 ho do~s
tlhink. Logan's chances imlprovedl by thaee
.'nitioin being held at Chicago. - Thet
lency is, he thiniks, to work up a lies
teiling among partg factions, which- we
be disastrous to the candlidate. For this r
sion Presidenit Arthur' did lnt want the c
venitiont held in New York state. Lognan I
aiways been dlowned ini Chicago.
THE CORN CROP.
flow a Discrepancy ina Figur~eN
Explalned-Thec Net Amnount.
WABUJINGTON, Dec. 15.--The statisticiai
the agricultural dlep~artmaonlt explains the
cent report onl thme con productionl by say
that the estimates are based uponl the act
quantity growvn, wvhich, for~ the year 1i
was about 1,500,000,000 hushois. This c
- mato diifer's from the estimaito miado by
vato inldividuials, the latter placing the
ductiou aut about 1,800,000, 000. This
plarent discrepaney is explained inl a meons
by the differenico in the basis of compliliati
The western cropi reporte'rs have ignoredl
soft and umnorachanitablo coin while the
piartimeit's rep~ort is nn estlimlte of
erop ais harvested. Tihe average yiehld
acre wvas 23. 1 bushels. Sinco the cropli
harvested time warm, dlampl wveather~ has
riouasly literfored with the prloper drying~
the opol and has dletracied fromn the mari
value oif several mtilliona bushlels. In
opiinioin of thle oiler in charge inl this brai
of the bureau, the totaul yield of mnerela
able corna does iiot exceed 1,200,000,000 bu
els, and It is thought by somoir of the agec
of the department that the fIgures may
as low as fromi 800,000,000 to 1,000,000000.
"'I don't suppose," added the ofihiil, 'at
more thlan seventy live cent. of thme e
gathlered is ever fit, for market. This y
the corni is ini a wvorso 'onidlitionl than es
We propose to tell the trulth ini this matO
and are nlow enide~avoing to get at the ox
Chiorotfornaed Hisa own Wire.
BArH, N. Y., Dec. 1.-Uharlos A. WI
inoy and1( his wife Mary have lived apartn.
si monthas. A bout '.nei o'clock on Tuiesc
she was aroused from sleep by a noise in
room., A dark form hovered over her'm.
the dim light she recognized her humshai
Thol nlext inlstanit lie applied a chilorofe
haindkerchief to hier naostrls. Shei~ becia
party uinconscious while remiovedt
rings froml her faigers. Itecovering qii
she screamed and seiz.ed lier husbar
threat, lie throw thear off and dashed
pepper into her eyes. She clung to hi
haowever, ad was dragged about the ro(
to the door. There hao mado anothecr el
aiid escaped. Two lettery wearo taken from
bureau drawer. Whitiney is tr'ying to
tamn a divorce, Hoe claims to have mirr
oij the kuipulso of the moment. Mr's. 1W
noy preservedl the letters to sho0w that
stataatent was untrue.
ihenmiorial Service for the Lout Fli
.0LoUC58Tml, Mass., Dec. 15.-At the
depon~ent christiai church (Universal
Sundaey next a mnieiorial service will be h
fgr th early one 'hundred lost fisherar
Noeigs have been received of
Mrq 1IH ti-Mce 8 and -Georgo
areoy e, agd the pr
"My flack Is Now Well."
This is wha Nr Chough, of Lowr
Mass., Was haappy to say after his wife hi
givenlihin a good rubbing wvith Pent
lAVis's PAIN KiLbLuni, and ainhiister
a dloso inwvardly. For four years lie h
beena crhppledl with lrheumnatism, and sum
ed agonsy in lis back. A fter usln PA
IL.LEn; hie wecnt to lisa business wv inhieo
fortf and 18 nlow as wvell as ever he was. 3
5EEDiNEAT ANjh OATB.
RUSTPROF W1EATAND OA'1
Chapfo the CAST ~O
THE WORST "ISM" TO-DAY IS
RHEUMATISM IN THE BACK
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER,
RHEUMATISM IN THE KNEES
ft Cured by
10 PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER.
RHEUMATISM IN TYE MUSCLES
PERRYDAVIS'S PAIN KILLER.
rb RHEUMATISM OF LONG STANDING
PER RY DAVIS'S PAIN KIL L ER.
:)f RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS, buyof
- - any Druggist
W Perry Davis's Pain Killer
To Rtul,ArI TOwN Ti-M. AND FOR THE
. AnitsTr oF Sus'EC'rs.
y, ]h 1 ehnacted and ordalmed )y the Intend
to ant and Wardhns of the Town of Winnm
0 boro-in Ciuniell met, and by the authority
of the anie:
S6CTION 1. Thlat the time indiclted by
4he town-clock shall be changed so as to
conform to railroad time, that is to say the
) time shall be twenty-four minutes faster
S- than real time.
s- Sne. 2. That the pollee are charged with
the duty of ringing the market boll of said
Town at the hour of 10 o'clock, p. i., be
tween the months of October and April
a both inclusive) In every year; and at the
a hour of ele'ien o'clock, p. it., during the
'7 rest of every year.
I"- SEC :1. 'iat the police are charged with
es the dity of arresting all persons found
1g loitering uim the streets of said Town
ve after the ringing of said bell, unknown to
at the policeman, and who are unable to give
.a satisfactory account of themselves; and
( shall confine all persons so arrested in the
. 1rfard-house until ten o'clock of the follow
orning, when such persons shall be
'0. brought before the Intend ant to be dealt
e with according to law; unless such versons
shall give a bond, with good secuity, in
da the.penal sunti of twenty dollars, condi
at tioned for their appearance before the
w- Inteidant as aforesaid; or in lieu of such
in bond shall deposit with the policeman the
at sum of ten dollars.
or Site. 4. This ordinance shall go into
of operation on and after the 1st day of Do
of - Done lin Council this the 27th
infs) _ lay of November, 1883, and with
nt -the corporate seal of the Town
i. ' JNO. J. NEIL, Intendant.
he Attest: I. N. WITHEns, Clerk.
of Who would helleve that we were beg
tc gars, after looklng over our splendid stock
al of goods, which 61 nore extensive 1nd rIch
-ye er than ever-and yet such is the case. We
to have' beggared ourselves byv laying in so
n. unuch for thew tradle, when t ecropis have
tid been so short. In the first pla0ce, we beg
in those owe us to conic and pay up, hereby
idwe beg for
n veybdywants mtontey, andi (5esially
those we owe. If we d11( nt own anybody
anid coul livo without buying any tlhng we
would niot waitnt oney.
t'COME AND) SEE US,
We wanttt to show you the beautiful
thtotgs we have on htand, useful as w~ell as
elegan it; full lines of .Jeweiry, Watches
ittand (Clocks, (Glassware Silver-ware, Spec
tneles antd Eyeglassesm, 'Lamt p (oods a Facy
Goiods, Toilet Sets, Vasos, Cups and Mugs,
of '1hien wve will beg you to
83, Sotme oft these thllutgs, t hat you ntut hav'e
sti. plea~tsurie tad we prolit there~h3. Now Is
art. the thne to get
on. Fori we' will sell att. ('ost anttd belowv rather
Ihe than mnore this stock ini ouri
the N EWV STlOlt E,
vmt Whieh we exptect to dho soon1 after
k CONNOR & CHANDLER.
D, IR. FIENNI[KEN
la~ Itas just receivedl a suppliy of self-ltising
WI fUnek wheait Flour anod New Orleants Mo.
Ii lasses, Old (4overnment .Java Coffee,
iLCanned Gboodis. conisistinig of Salmton,-Blart
let PecarsT mao, Okra andromnatoes,
P 1eaches, Pineapples, Marrow Squash,
d3 Suecotash, Sardinetts, Chlow-Chow ' and
daMixed Pickles, Mustard antd Pepper,
' tathiins, Citroni and Cutrrants, lIoyal BfakIng
PodrMacatronti atnd .Cheese, and
ei Evatporatted Vegetables' for Soutp.
C ARLSTN C
LO ES RIE
THEY MUST GO!
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Will be offered for the nexi
At PRICES that will satisfy
the closest buyer.
P. Lalldecler & Bro.
FROM AE AFTFEE
I WiLL SE~LL OUT AT COSTL ALl.
my Shelf' Goods, Canned Goods, Uoni
feetionis, Sugars, Coirees, Ri1ce, Tei
and1( all goods ini my store.
If you give mec a cnll you wilt b<
met with PRIICES nuheard of in ti<
Give mec a call!. Thecro will be lI(
trouble in the least to show my goods
S. S. WOLFE.
CIIEAP GROCEftY STORE.
FARM MACHINERY !
I IIAVE for sale, direct from the manu
facturers-, all kinds of Agricultural MachIn
ery, Inil nents, etc., etc. Enuines of al
sizes, ronthree to one hundred and fifth
SAW MILLS AND GRIST MILLb,
Manufactured at the MetropolItan Iror'
Works, Richmondl, Virgin ia.
From the York, PennsylvanIa, Agricul
tural Works-all kinds of Imiplemients
from a Iheel-Screw to a Thresher that wvill
thresh and( cLean sixy bushels of wvheni
per hour or two hunu [red bushels of oats
Sulky Ploughs, Cultivators, Harrows anid
Plough s and Pilough Stoeks of all kinde
rn sl-izes.Also Reapers, with self-droppeu
I am agent for ,thue
1iNDnzoK M AY AND 00OTTON pRRAB.
This Press will, with three hands, p~ress
otwin small bates as fast fast as the
theher cank elean~ it; and with three huuinds
can bate cotton faster than a sixty-saw gin
can turn the lint out.
I have also sonic of the best miade COT
TON GINS, withu all the modern lin prve
mniots, with PRESSES from the factories.
I also sell
COTT1ON-8EED OIL MILLS.
Scales of all sIzes, that will' weigh from
one-half pouind to five tons.
arriages Bugies andl Riding Carts, of
I f any person wishes to pnrehase any of the
call at Mr JI SQ.6IAVIWS ofce an
leave word wIth -him, and I will catl and
show catalogues, etc.
May 17-tft AGENT.
LUAS It I OHARDSON,
STA'NONERS, PRINTERS AD BLANIC
BOOK MANUFAOTURERB, E
62 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
C. , STILES, -
IIURLEY BLOCK, 109 MEETING ST.,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
Dealer it Paints, Oils, Brushes, Varnish,
Glass, Putty, Colors, Glue, &c.
A LVIN It. TIIOMILINSON,
(Factory in Charleston.)
MANUFACTUltER OF SADDLES, BIUDL18,
DEALER IN SADILERIY, IIARDWARE,
LEATIHEt, &C., &C.
Importer of English Bits, Stirrups, &c.
137 MEETINO STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in -
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT,
A ples, Oranges, Banans, Cocoanuts, t,
Voaemons, Pineapples, Potatoes, Onions, w
1'ennuts, Cabbages, &e. nu
S. E. CoR. MECwrIN0 & MARKET STREETS,
CHARILESTON, S. C.
C IIARLES C. LFMSLIB,
Wholesale and Itetall Commission Dealer
FISH, OYSTERS, GAME and POULTRY,
Stalls Nos. 1 and 2 Fisht Market.
0111ce No. 7 Market St., East of East Bay.
Consignments of Country Produce are
respectfully solleited. Poultry, Eggs, &c.
Perishable Goods at owner's risk after
delivery to Southern Express Co.
F9 BROTHEIUIOOD & CO.,
DEALJ.ltS IN MACIHINIEY AND SUPPLIii.
"MAID OF TIHE souTii CORN ILL."
No. 165 ME&ETINO ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Try our 50 cents Machine Oll-the best
in the market.
FROM THE CLAUSSEN BREWING CO.,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.:
Ilave now a Standard Beer superior to oti
crs, put up in kegs, patent stopper bottles
anda bottles InI bar rels for export, to keel a
long thneo. Emptly beer bottles boughit.
Age~nt in Coitumbia, Mr. Julius Krentels.
C LEMENS CLACIUS,
-IM'PORTER AND DEALERI IN- r
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOCACCO,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
No 175 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
0TTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
PROVISION DEA LERS,
102 AND 104 EAST IIAY STREET,
CIlAIRESTON. S. C.
WHOLE8BL.E GR1OCERIS, IQUOR D)EALEna
197 EAST BAY, CHiAR LESTrON, S. C. a:~
No, 3120 Kiso STr., OPPiOsi'rE linEwR~y'
WINDOW SilADES, PAP~ER llANG.
INGS, LACE CUliTA INS,
CohN ACES ANDI T UPHOLsTER1Y GOOD1)1,
CHIAIRLESTiON, S. C.
W~VIND)OW AWNINoS MADEn To OltDRn
(4. CUD)WORTH & CO.,
SAiD)D' L E RY W. A RE IIO US8E,
155 MEETI N1 STRI EET,
Oi'PoP 0 r 8 icT ClH A RlkE T O N 11 O TE 1,.
- ChiAURLESTFON, S. C.
Hj ENRY BISCH[OFF" & CO.,
AND D)EALERtS IN CAROLINA RICE.
PRnOPIETlyOis OFl THEP UELEBRATrED
CAROLINA ToLU TrONIC.
199 EASTI BAY, CiARLEST1ON, S. C
A IA GAGE & O.,
(ll A IC L ESTON ICE H OUSE,T
IIARKIET, (00MNER (uCUrH STRET,
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
zM'"Ice packed for the country a vpeecialty.
S. A. NELSON & C;O., 1
--WOL.EA LE DEAI.LETI IN
JBOOTS' ANT) SH1OES,
N o. 23 H A YKNE ST R E ET, R
CHIAlt LE~STON, S. u. SI
WHOLESKAJ LE AND) RTAIL, DEALEIIS IN
CHOICE IDHUGS, M K)D IC, CHREMICALS,
PERUvMERIES AND TOLETc ARimcCS,
Cor. King and Vainderhorst Streets.
CIJAIR LESTON. 8. C.
IS NOT (GOOD T1O CLEAN THlE
teethl of a combh or a cross-eut saw, but it
TIENi':l OF lhUMAN BEING8
As NO (ther preparationI can. It is per
fectly harmless and~ prompltly eflcient.
25 "ents a box.
Whiolesale Agentt, OolumbIa, S. C.
For sale in Winnsboro by AMCMASTER,
iPiucE & KETCHIN.
Cslwpet a andi H ouso Furnishing G0o0ia, The
Largest Sinck South ofBltrr.m uet,
Brus'setls 3-Ply anin Jl in art,
Maila anst Crumbnh lt a, W~idow Sh ae,
Wall P'pers1 Border.,3I.m Onttaisi, 00r.
nice.. an Po Cs, COCOa A MalIOXttps
Uphoister 1ngaIngs, Chwo*, Piei
X. ._ I_ kil .. ..
ARRIVED AND TO ARRIVE!
BIG INDUCEMENTS---NOT IN
JOB LOTS OF ODDS AND ENDS,
UT BARGAINS IN NE W
STY LES AND BEST QUALITIES.
AS GOOD AS OAN BE MADE,
AND AT PIICES LOW ENOUGHI
TO A T T It A C T ECONOMICAL
TIN SETS-none prettler. My >rlecs will aurpriSe You. It will cost you nothing
'0o11ne and seet, anld it I canot SA ' YOU MON Y tune i.di troubl, huy .else.
re---yoll ied nlot teel that you are iuder Ole slightest obligatious to purchaise of
.So get your ticket *ein thisPOP UL A R JWOUTJ', antd conto straight thraoug~h to the
FIRST-CLASS FUR.NITURE S'O.1E.
You vill get (OOD RARGAJNS [N fON'hyS17 (OODS at the LOW jVEST
XIAS. Tho WJSE and the ECONOMICA L GET OFF I1ERE.
R, W. PHILLIPS.
IL! ST IECEIVED AGAL?
TEN THOUSAND "SUGENHEIMER'S CHOICE"
IGARS. A GOOD TEN CENTS CIGAR SOLD FOR
FIVE CENTS A PIECE.
TEN BARRELS OF VERY FINE
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HE OLD CROW WHISKEY
ALWAYS ON I/AND.
B. SUGKEN HE IMB'S.
LLWAYS FRESH AND CHEAP AT HARDEN.
We hirave jat received a fresh supply of V ESTElIN FLOURI of all grades,
i111101-0~ to arrive it, at fcev days.
We kee) constantly on haiid SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUi'S nd
Also, SHELF GOODS, CANNED GOODS, ChIEESE, and in Fact e ey
ing usnilly kept inl the GROCERY LINE.
BAGGING AND TIES,
BOOTS, SHOES AND hlART\VA RE.
J. H. HARDEN & BRO.
NEV( FALL ANJI1 WINTER STOCK
.S A U E LS'.
I have jiust returned froaw the Northern narkets where I havv carefully selectei and
Irehlased one of the haidsoeilt stocks of IRy"' )(>OrODs ever brought to tls ckeat.
lvitA lly clistoliers and friends to call amnd (-Xulllllle ily goosev before inthig their
rcanses, feeling, that I cai silt the tastes of tle i)ost fabstidious.
LDIE ashme, GhI)s I al the iew styles an1d colors, (hanigeable Worsteds,
pilcils Cashlieres4, GIigAliis, Shuirti lig, 1)olnestics,, Flaiu nels, etc., utc. Our stock
PIECE GOODS is coiplete, and at 11w slhues.
Our Goods will satisfy the llost critical delads, and prico4 favor the pircbase
rese Goods only iee( to bc sein to he applree lted. I'ICH TO SUIT 'I'1,ll nTime .
ILadies are cordially invited to call and ilL( t (1111ith line of PRINTS. There
ver has been such a handsoile and exteniive conlection of ntew and desirable olifThe
iCed on our counters. All standard and reliabhh brde . Prices wll be entirely shat
actory , anld thle onl1y dini~tt thle puirchast.er needradsperice will be ejntiey at e
n froim such anl immense variety of desirable patterilno
N0T10NS! fC r,10Io F3
Novelties lin Nottingham Valenclenne and Linen Fichus, novelties In Cream, Black
d White Ties, and all atyles of Laces. Alo, a benutifihin of Ladles' 1ram GBnt,
k Handkerchiefs real 'orchon Lace (Spanish) it Crea lfd Black. A good articl
Pik and Blue Shili, sitablo for ladies' nic ,vea.
[IVE ME, A CAL . Perfect satisfaction gun ranteeda No troubl t show good
Mlte attendants ready to serve all visitors.
.THlE CIORNEJ STORE.
OiENTS' AND LADIES' FINE SHOES, ALL MADR (
OF OUARANTEED STOCK. TRY A PAIR.
OFF FOR NEW YORK
FALL DRY (GOODH.
TIIIS SPACE WILL SE4 RESERVED) FOR NOTIC
OF MY STOCK.