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J. C. a ARLINGTON, JSDITOR,
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To-dny wo enter upon a New
Year. Ono moro mile-post that
marks the journey of life, has been
roached. Another twelvemonths
With its record of good or evil has
past from us forever and become u
part of history. To some, it may
have been a year of trouble und
disaster; its story may be one of
woe; yet, however dark tho shad
ows may ?eon. to gather as we look
back over thc year that is past,
WO And that cadi cloud bas bad
a silver lining. No Ufo HO dark
but that some ray of light lins for
f\ time dispelled the gloom, nor
any so filled with pleasure that a
restropoct will not disclose a trace
Standing upon tho threshold of a
now year, it is but right to stop and
review the past. Life is a sacred
trust. How has it been used. Lift
thc veil and see if tho chapter
which is now complete, contains a
record of ovil deeds, of duties not
performed, and wasted opportuni
ties. Cat? you find ought that you
would chango? If so, then do not
simply look itt the mistakes of the
past, but resolve to improve, and
act up to those resolutions tn the
future. As thc New Year is
ushered in, let US nut forgot tho
lesson which thc Old Year tenches.
Let us act, that each tomorrow
2ndB us, not only farther, but belter
We hope that to all who may
perchance read these lines, Jtthe
past htw boen a year of pleasure
uml profit, and that each succeed
ing anniversary may give evidence
of even greater prosperity.
To all, vre wish a Happy New
It ?mos seem that it is about
time for the spirit of sectionalism
in South Carolina to die out. The
low-country is, in many respects,
different from thc up-country, but
no sensible reason can he assigned
why ono section should strive to
rule the other. During tho last
session ?;f tho legislature, this
spirit of Jealousy, this desire for
supremacy oakthe part ol* t he low
country, was plainly manifested.
Charleston is South Carolina in the
eyes of a Charleston ian. By what
system of reasoning tho legisla
ture arrived ai thc conclusion thal
Charleston.* Coun t y h entitled to
retain two Sena oiv, and every
other county one. \. do not know.
One of the fundam nial principles
underlying the American govern
ment, and one thal marks its su
periority, is, that in Ibo lower
house the representation shall bc
in proportion to tho population,
but in the other bouse, tho little
J5jtaj;os of Delawaro and Rhode Is
land have as much power as tho
Emplrc-StatO. This ls one of tho
checks which tho framers of out
organic law have seen wise to
make, and ibo same principle
should be recognized in thc State.
This may appear to be nsmall mat
ter, and really, ; Wo might allow
Charleston two Senators if she
would bo satisfied, but not content
with ?this, the* low-country bas
defeated the census bill because by
it our representation would be in
creased tn a greater proportion.
When it comes to cheating us of
our rights and allowing greed such
sway that thc plain provisions of
tho constitution ?ire disregarded,
then, md even for the sake of I ftr
mony, and at the risk of stirring
up sectional animosity, we must
enter a positive protest. It is gross
injustice and an insult to (ho State.
Let the representatives be appoint
ed fairly according ko the principle
of equality, cost what it may. We
think tl e c >nsus should hnvj boon
taken as tho law directs.
It is probable that a strong ef
fort will be made, when Congress
assembles again, to abolish tho
whole internal revenue Hvstein
Virginia loads In this movement.
Anti-Prohibitionists have made
things lively in Atlanta this Christ
mas. Never before has so much
drunkenness boen known.
Hon. 1). WYATT AIKKN returned
til his home In Ookesbury from
Baltimore a few days ago,. Ho
ls painfully afflicted with a nervous
ailment resulting from a fall which
he received a your or so ?go.
Now ls tho timo to send us ono
dollar for Rio AovKitTrsen for
Aro Wo to Huvo un Institute?
If w<> uro able to Judge tho signs
of tho timos cor root ly, we think
that thc su'.joct of education 111
this state will recciVo more atten
tion in tho future than it has in tho
past. During the past few years,
our public school system hus im
proved wonderfully, and while it
is by no menus perfect, nor is it as
efficient us it could bo made, it ls
encouraging to see Hint efforts tire
hoing made for its improvement.
Teachers ure beginning to see the
importance of keeping fully up
with the improved methods of
teaching, und of making the art of
touching u study. We look upon
thc day when Teachers' Institutos
wore first introduced, as the dawn
of a brighter ern upon tho cause of
education. Those who uro liol
willing to spend n few weeks in
learning from others the methods
that experience bas taught ure best ;
those, who in this advanced age,
are willing to follow in thc old ruts
Which learning bus long since
abandoned, mid who ?oom by their
actions to suppose that there is
nothing more to ho learned, are not
competent to occupy places in our
Now thc question comes: Shall
we have a Teachers'Institute this
summer? This depoiids entirely
upon those directly interested. If
they aro willing to attend; to in
struct ami be instructed, they can
huvo the Institute, and WC feel sure
that if it ls conducted as the last
was, it will bc profitable to all.
Senator? und Alcohol.
Thc Renato adopted a rule yester
day ?lhat 110 intoxicating liquor
sha libe hereafter sohl on Ibo S?m
ate Mdt' Of the Capitol, and a lively
discussion took place when the
subject was up before the Senate.
Several of the tipplers nf thc hotly
insinuated their abhorrence <>f
liquor in pccksniftlun speeches.
One ??r two avowed themselves tee
totalers, and one who is known to
al ways keep a supply of ?dd Dour*
bon in his committee room, an
nounced himself the supporter of
lliddlchergcr's amendment that no
liquor -i,Di:id be permitted in com
mittee rooms. The discussion,
however, announces to the people
how discreditable and disgraceful
has become tho use of whiskey and
wine about t he halls of Congress.
Many a man is ruined liv coming
to Congress, and the instance of
Bidford, of Colorado, is the most
notable of to-day. When Belford
was eloeted lie bad tho brightest
prospects before him of any man
in public life. Ile had a memory
which could retain Webster's dic
tionary, a wit willoh could kee))
Congress in roars of laughter, a
command of generalized knowl
edge which left him never at a loss
from ignorance of any subject that
cume before the House, and au in
tellect ' quick to understand anti
take advantage of the moment.
He came here a sober man and hud
Just begun his bright career whet),
in addition to tackling bills in Con
gress, he commenced a tight with
liquor. Liquor beat him in the
end, and during the last session
his amusing antics under its In?
liucnco on tho floor of tho House
became almost painful. Ile has
now reformed through the influence
of his wife, 1 understand, and Colo
rado men toll me that he is build
ing up a big practice In the courts
of that State.
Returning to the Senate il is in
teresting to bink at the varions
beverages, Frye, Blair. Teller and
Joe Brown nr<* among tho teetotal
ers, and Brown Is ono of the first
temperance men of (leorgia. Hoar
drinks milk. Vest, true Missou
rian that he is, can stand anything,
and Edmunds likes good whiskey
and old brandy. F.x-Scnator Pen
dleton was very fond of champagne,
ami his committee room often con
tained a choice article of alcoholic
stimulant. Heck ami Blackburn
like old bourbon, but they never
get t<to much of it, and of the nu
merous Senators who tube just n
little for their stomach's sake, I
have semi few of them uffected by
The Court of Alabama. Claims.
The Court of commissioners of
Alabama (daims sent to the depart
ment of State to-day a certified
list of judgments and decisions ill
cases of the second class rendered
since the organization of the (.'oort
in 18K2, together with a certified
list of judgements and decisions in
cases of tho first class not hereto
fore reported. Thereare nine cases
of the first class In which judg
ments ranging from $200 to $?1,000
are rendered in favor of the claim
ants, and thirty-one cases in which
Judgment ls for tho United States.
Those of the second class fill sev
eral large books and award to
claimants amounts ranging from
$100 to $so,oo<Cor $90,000, They
will be certified by the secretary of
State to thc secretary of the trea
sury for payment according to law.
-Justice Miller, of the Supreme
Court, is represented to have ex
pressed thc opinion that limier the
tenure of office Act tho President
hus no power to remove an official
without tho consent of the Senate,
(Section l,7(iH,) and that, in case
tho Semite refuses to confirm nomi
nations made to succeed suspended
officials, tho bitter ure restored to
office until their successors ure con
firmed. Most of the Senators held
a different opinion, but Justice
Miller says that a suspended offi
cial whose successor ls not con
firmed cnn be hold responsible for
the conduct of his office from the
dato on which the nomination of
his successor is rejected, und that
any Court will so decide.
i..,. 1 L-L_iii_-JU
What Oho Stute Paper* Say of tho
(>VOH? fhe'Kingstre0 (\>w/i fy licrord.)
Under its provisions the mer
chants and others, except the land
lords and laborers, will have a
slender seetiri ty.f<>r a?lyatieomcnts.
(From lin- St utm ry OhwrvcrJ)
It would have been as well for
the L?gislature to repeal the lien
law out and out. ll has rendered
the law perfectly valueless hy.
passing tho bill fixing tho priority
(/.'rom the Newberry AYirn ?nd llmtl'i.)
We do not see how any nu rehant
would he just i ?ie ! or feel safo In
taking a lien OU crops with these
priorities when there is no earthly
way of his knowing tho extent of
these prior liens.
(l'y,m ihr Abbeville Medium.)
We think that the Genera. As
sembly bas made a mistake. The
bill should, at least, have required
the contract for rent lo be in wri
ting and recorded or indexed as at
present. Tho merchants hero arc
very much exercised about this
bill and claim that it will work, a
hardship to all parties interested
in farming, lt ls claimed that the
landlord ls given too much scope
without any check whatever.
Threats are made that no supplies
will ln> advanced to tb?' tenants
without the landlord becoming
sundy for them. This the land
lord will he unwilling to do. His
hard to tell how this new law w ill
operate. We hope it will answer
all purposes, but al thc sanio time
wc have grave doubts and look for
quite a revolution lu the tenant
system of our Slate.
Poultry lu tb?' Conni ry.
(From Cor. S?>uthcrn World.)
Among the now considered small
interests of the South is that of
poultry. A "chicken man" S?uith
is laughed at by bis neighbors, and
s?d down as t ither a crank-or a
fool. A "chicken man" in the
North and West is a lord. The
man in tin* Smith who gives' (5 f?ir
a Plymouth Kock rooster is- ready
for tim lunatic asylum, while thc
fanciers of thc North and West
think no more of giving $.">() and $00
for a ?'hieben than tho "Georgia
Cracker" thinks of drinking a
quart of sweet milk ti day. Men
?ill over the North and West are
daily*coiuiug*nioney raising chick
ens, yes, raising chickens,-"a little
business. During my travels in
Massachusetts and Indiana, last
summer I sat down"; to' meat'' with
at least throe "chicken men" w ho
hud amassed fortunes by raising
poultry both for fancy and market.
* dm young man of 20, bad sold du
ring Mandi, April and May, $G,00li
w orth Of 0gg.*J*and chickens, and in
June had more onlers than he
Could till. A man of .Td, in Indiana,
worked, ll years ago, as a ?lay
laborer ?>n a farm to get thu money
to buy his first pair ?if chickens,
and to-day he ?>wns a flue farm and
i-; worth $25,000, all from bis "little
chicken business." Now these two
men are only fair samples of hun
dreds of "chicken men" all over
enterprising Ynnkeedom, where
they have six months of snow and
Ice, and are compelled to build
winter quarters for their chicks,
while in our sunny ^latld rarely a
day dawns that we cannot turn
our birds upon'a green pasture ot
outs, [rye, barley or w heut. We
have thc grainiest country.on earth
for poultry, as it is for everything
else, and yet our folks aro sitting
down and niling away time with
the gold Holds In viow.
I><m(hs from Trichinosis.
STKKATKK, ILLS., Dec.ill.-?.bout
two weeks ugo a physician was
called on t?i attend tim family ol
a gorman named August Fehlt,
tho members of which wore suffer
ing from a strange ?liseuse. Thc
doctor ascertnliied that the family
bad eaten heartily of pork, pur
chased from"a butcher here, and,
obtaining some, proceeded to ex
amine it w ith a microscope, duding
unmistakable evidence of trichina-.
About ii week lat?-r one of thc
children, aged 10, died, and the
following day another boy of l l
was taken away. The motlier was
then prostrated, arid in a few days
she, too, ?lied. During this time
several doctors were called, but
could do nothing towards check
ing the disease. On Monday lust
another member of the family, ti
girl of 12, died, .ind the father now
Hes In a condition beyond all hope
of recovery. Fehlt purchased a
quantity of lld - pork mid bad it
stilted down. Tho children had
boon in the habit of going to the
burred und cuting of the meat, and,
being rather'careless, h? permitted
them to ?lo so. The house In which
the family lives is* wretchedly
filthy, and Ibis lins probably aided
the disease in Its deadly work.
A piece of land was recently pur
chased In Greenville for $11.0(1 per
inch for thb- front.
A preacher named Fields ks de
nounced by the Baptists of Green
ville on account of gross miscon
A small cottnge In fhtiiiter, occu
pied by. Mr. M. II. I'ields, was
burned with If* contents; loss
about $500, no Insurance.
^r,|t is claimed that whiskey ls sold
In ninny portions of Kershaw and
Marlon* Counties w ithout any re
gard to the prohibition law.
Twelve years ugo, Dryant Wea
tbersby, ?if Williston, bought u
calf and from il hits raised 2-r> bend
of cat I le, has sold $100 worth of
cutt lo and $200 worth of butter, be
sides furnishing his family with
milk and butter.
"If you should allow ni?'fourteen
dollars per week on which to run
tin; house," she said, as they sat to
gcther in the twilight, "and I saved
three dollars per week out of that,
what would you soy?" "Hay?"
Why, IM ?ny you ought to run it on
'leven," he growled, ns he lighted
Tritt! ot l>r. Mayfield.
Tito Rw. AV. 1), May field re
turned to thin city on Sunday, nod
on Monday answered nt Sundy
Springs lijjiptisl Church, whore a
church council was- assembled to
try him Tor "co'iiduet unbecoming
n Christian gentlemen." The
counsel represented the Greenville,
Washington No. 2, Bethel, Pied
piont and Sandy Springs Baptist
Churches. The Kev. Dr. Chas.
Manly, the Kev. Dr. Forman and
tho Kev. Dr. Mundy represented
t he Q reen vi I le chu relit
The specifications were that Dr.
Mayfield had taken or attempted
to take improper liberties with two
ladies, sisters, in the lower section
of the county. The Indies are of
the highest" respectability and
standing and there is no breath
against the nameof ol thor of thom.
Dr. Mayfield In hts defence stated
thal he had known the ladies from
childhood and felt no constraint
in his intercourse with them and
naturally took liberties ho would
not have ventured on willi strang
ers. The actm*! act with which he
was charged was putting his arms
lihout the waists of the ladies on
one occasion each, nt different timi's
and places. Tho evidence was that
nothing wrong had been said, and
thal when tho familiarity was re
sented it was promptly desisted
After hearing the testimony the
representatives of tho churches met
in*close counsel and considered tito
matter deliberately. It was con
cluded that the charges wer?? sus
tained and that Dr. Mayfield bad
been guilty of "conduct unbecom
ing a christian gentleman'," inas
much as he had been indiscreet
and bad not borne himself with the
care required by ids position, al
though there was nothing to estab
lish that he had ovil In his heart.
Tl?e Sunday Springs church, where
Dr. Mayfield bus his membership,
was advised to request him to with
draw his membership.
Dr. Mayfield and hi? friends
claim that bis connection with' the
Mutual Self F.ndowmnt company,
and its failure influenced feeling
against bim. The high personal
and Christian character and ability
of the gentlemen composing thc
couusei, however, gives the verdict
great weight and is u guarantee
that it was reached after calm and
prayerful consideration and with
every purpose to be fair and to dc
what ls right.
Humor of the Day.
Inquirer asks: What must I d<
to make my bands soft? Nothing
And now Chicago claims thal
pork is a brait? food, being a pro
duct of thousand-; of pens.
An exchange says that thero i,
a mi.-.sion in this life for iludes
We hope it is a foreign mission.
An Iowa veteran draws a pen
sion because ten years ago bis wiA
struck bim with a broomstick.
"A chair of matrimony ls talker
of at Vassar College." Of course
it will be a big rocking chair, stronj.
enough to bold two.
A key is among the latest oma
nients for women's bonnets. Fer
haps lt will bo utalizod when thej
unfasten their locks before retiring
Little Johnny, pu being asked bj
his school teacher if he knew who
was meant by "at par," replied tba
"Ma was always at Fa when lu
came home late."
8B8 llltOAI> STItl
The LARGEST ?
Thc Cheapest Ht
We buy for Cash ai
PARLOR and CHAMBER SU
SIDE-IlOAItDS, WARDROBES i
I IK DSTKA I >S, CHAI RS
MIRRORS, FUTURES and
HARV CARRIAGES, LOUNGE!
^JCT" Call and see, Or write for
W I I
813 Broad Street,
COOK IN< t ST( ) VES, "II KATIN(,
Buy the EXCELS!
Seventeen diff?rent Sises and 1
Heating Stoves in great variety
TIN-PLATE, SH Eh
v^Mrs N. BRI
. . ll . -.-*?< ? /. ii ( H
Hits openened an Elegant Lino Ol
CAPS, ETC. Her stock (unbrace
Velvets, fancy and plnin, Vol vet oe.
usual supply of Notions. Having fl
ants, we have resumed the busbies:
DRESS AND C:
, Parties out, of tho city can be snti
rect measure. Your putronago ls r
819 Broad Stroi
Some recently published "Notes
on Cattle Feeding," by Professor
George li Morrow, of the Univer
sity of Illinois, at Champaign, Ul.,
aro Well Worth study. The sum
ming up of Ibo notes is ns follows:
Hearing In mind that it is not
wise to draw final conclusions from
single trials, tho faets concerning
these cattle suggest or illustrate
among other things that :
1. Tin; ditferenc in animals of like
breeding and under like treatment
ure afton greater than those be
tween typical animals of diiToroiifc
2. Under the prevalent method of
wintering steers in the Wes ern
States little or nu gain is made in
weight during winter.
It is difficult, if not impossible,
no secure limier good conditions
gains in winter which shall nearly
equal those made in summer.
t. The largest gains limy be ex
pected from animals in thin flosh,
if in good health. It is difficult to
secure rapid gain in weight during
long continued feeding.
?. Umter like conditions young
animals make largest gain in pro
portion to food eaten.
G. A fair profit can be made, even
at present low prices by grafting
and then grain feeding for two or
three months cattle which were
judiciously bought or economically
reared to he sold when from thirty
to thirty-six months old.
7. Economy of production is quite
as Important ns maximum product,
especially in times of low prices.
It is not clear that it is profitable
to full grain feeding to steers de
signed for the general markets du
ring tile liest of the grazing season.
It is not proved that it is most
profitable for Western farmers to
fatten and sell their steers as year
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILWAY
('<?MMKNCI.NO S VW OA Y NovKMBKR 29.
18$;"?, at 9.45 A. M., Passenger Trains will
rim as follow?", "Eastern time;"
To AND FROM CHARLESTON.
KA ST (OA I I.V.)
Depart Columbia 7 30 n in 5 27pm
One Charleston 1*2 IS p ni 9 05 p ID
Depart Charleston 7 20 M III 5 10 pm
Due Columbia io ki ? in io oap ut
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
(HAST (DAILY KXOBPT SCNOyV.)
Dep't Columbia 7 .TU uni 5 OT? p m 5 27 p ni
Due Camdon 12 47 p ID 7 42 p m 7 42 p III
(WRST HAILY KXCKI'T SUNDAY.)
Dep't Camden t?5o a m 7 u m 3 15 p m
Due Columbia 9 25? m 10 Illa m Kip in
TO AND FRI I.M AUGUSTA.
K AST (HAILY.)
Depart Columbia 5 27 p m
Due Augusta to a ap m
Depart Augusta 4 45pm
Due Columbia io no p MI
Made nt Columbia with Columbia ?uni
Oreen ville Rnllrond liv train arriving at
10.40 A.M. amt departing nt ;">.27 CM.
At Columbia Junction with c., c. A- A.
Ital (road hy same train to and fro Wi all
points on hot h ronds.
Passengers take supper at Branch
At Charleston with steamers for New
York; ami willi steamer for Jackson
ville and points on St. John's Uiver,
Tuesdays and Saturdays; with Charles
j tonand Savannah Railroad to and from
Havannah and points in Florida, daily.
At Auiriista with Uenrgia and Central
Railroads to and from all points West
and South. At RI nek vd lo to ami from
points on Barnwell Railroad. Through
tickets cnn he purchased to all points
South .imf West hy applying to
i>. MCQUEEN, Ag't. roiumbtn, R. C.
JOHN ll. PECK?General Maimer.
D.C. Allon, (i. P. and Ticket Agent.
RET AUGUSTA GA.
[OUSE in the City I
Duse in the South!!
id cant be Undersold.
ITSin Quality and Quantiiy never
ind ROOK-CASES by the hundred,
nnd TAULES hythe Gross.
BRACKETS in endless Variety.
1 und Everything to lie bad in a Eirst
Cuts and Prices.
RETAIL DEALER IN
i STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE.
[OR COOK STOVE.
Kinds in Stock.
, for wood and conl Tlnwaro at
cs for Cash.
IT IRON, HOLDER.
W. I. DELPH.
J M CI ARK &
I i A Dj ES' AO,. ,s 'S HA TS,
H all Gu' Nnvidlies of (he Season,
ns, Plushes, JtraidH, Huttons, and her
loeured the mord Competent asslst
sfactorily fitted by sending yourcor
?US. N. BRUM OLA UK,
it, Augn ta, Cia.
7,777,077 Jersey Jucket? from 50c t?. to ?2.26.
C,0C6,560 Newmarkets, Circulars, Wrap? and Cloaks from 66c. to $18.
6,665,666 Zephyr Sacks nod coats from 25 to $2.00.
4,444,411 pr.s. of Hoots and .Shoes, from 07 1-2 to $0.50.
8,833,338 pis. Ladies Misses und Childrou Hose from 6cts. to $2.00.
2,222,222 pieces Dress Goods from 4cts. to $1.60 per yd
1,111,111 Ladies, Misses ami Children II als, from 25cts to $15.
5,555,54$ Cotton, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs from 2.J to $1.60.
We will not quote further price s. Cur St?a k is immense, and we
must reduce it before Christmas Pay. Must and shall ho sold nt
At Emporium of Fashion.
?. H. GILKEcRSGN
Our Stock must ho reduced, ns wc propose to change our business
We have made arrangements with a Northern Firm, HO that after
Fob. 1st, 1K8(>, wc will have money to loan.
In the meantime, our entire Stock of
Must toe Sold.
LAURENS S. C.
A ear-loud of Hods and Chaire just arrived at MimVr A Jamieson'*
Furniture Store, Laurens C. IL, S. c.
We keep th?? largest Stock ?>f Furniture in thc upcountry, bought,
direct from manufacturers, at lowest cash price, in car-load lots.
We will sell you Furniture cheaper than any house in the Smith.
"W"o will not be undersold.
Parlor and Chamber Suits in quality and quahtity never before seen.
Baby Carriage, Lounges, and everything; to be found in a ilrst-clasK
lions?'. Call and soo, or send for cats and price?.
Complete sots of Mat rosses and Beds and Springs. Also Cvrpet?
and Rugs Cheap for Cash.
Great Reduction in Prices.
In order to ?dose out our Stock of Winter Otjods, we are offering the
following goods at greatly reduced price?:
Ladies' Newmarkets, Cloaks, Shawls, I)re?s-(3oo?is, Bed ami White
Flannels, Skirts, J?>ons, nfl wool, whrth loots., reduced to JW 1-8 ct?.
Weare offering our entire Stock ?>f clothing at NEW YORK COST.
A large lot of Ladies and Children Shoes, worth $1.25, we r
closing out for only 76ct?. Ladies children and Gents Shoes a Spe
clalty. We s?dl the .lames Means $:1.00 Slim*, every pair warranted.
Also Minter A Jamieson Sime for $2.50 every pair warranted. A
larg?? lot ofOuns A Pistols.
Call at once ami secure some of the Bargains. If you will call anti
examine our prices, you will be convinced we mean exactly what wo*
JVEIISTTEER ?SC J^dVEIESOlsT,
Leaders OF LOW Prices.
COME ONE, COME ALL
And see and feel and be convinced that
GRAHAM & SPANKS
IJnv-o one of the Largest and Rest Assorted St??cia?? ot
8E??.ERAL MERCHANDISE IN THE COUNTRY
('all ami examine our Stock of lindie?' and Gents' Hose, Glovos
Gents' Collars and Cuffs, Ladies' Jersey?, Walking Jackets, New
Markets, Cloak's, Dross Good?, Silk?, Prints, Bloachtg?, Ticking,
Ginghams, Shirting, Sheeting, Cotton Checks,Tables Dnmn.sk, Tow,
els, Doylies, Linsoys, Jeans, Cassimeros, and everything generally
kept in u first-class ?toro.
Our Stock of Clothing is complete this Season. ?re TU
prepared to save you money In this lim
In tbl? line lt is useless for us to ?ny anything, for oui >'.%' "mier
know that wc always keep the best stock of shoes in tow .
HATS and CAPS-Tn this lino wo can sultevoryb :
We wish to call your attentlo to our Stock of Shirts, t . $.00
Shirt turns down anything on the hill. grgn
Groceries- Sugnr, Coffee, Table-salt, Cheese, Crackers, Carinia
Good?, Soaps Starch, Soda, Bluing, Pepper, Spice, Chewing T? t fr toe
Smoking Tobacco, Cigars, AC.
GRAHAM ?fe SPARKS.
?# YOUNG, HACK&C0.,#
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL
901 Broad Street,