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LAURENS, Mnrch, 10th, 18S6.
?top at Oray'a Glob? Hotel, Augusta, Oa.
URAT IN a .South Carolinian and ox
?.?da a "Carolina woloomw" to all Ins
0?r town nooda n tariff "for rcvenuo
Tho snfe-hurglors have arrived in
Miss CARRI ? Toon of Duo Went, ia
teaching school at Ora.
Tba work of grading tho ntroot is pro
Miss LULA HURST is Inking a literary
course in a eollcgo tn Georgia.
In some places in town tho "new deal"
.nd "a clean swoop" is badly needed.
Evangolint MOODY ohjoets to church
fairs whero "any girl oat) ho kissed for
Senator DON CAMERON will accompany
Senator Du rLER on Ja visit to Bdgoileld
It ls sahl that tho ?overo cold weather
did not seriously affect the Florida
Aa many people como into tho Un I tod
StntoH every year aa there aro to-day in
Me? UH. W.A. JAMIKSOS and II, B.
KKNNKUY loft yostorday for New York,
whero they go to purchase Spring and
Wo call attention to the advertisement
of A. R.' BULLIVAN A CO. They make
delightful candy, and we especially re
commend their "Taffy'"
HOWKLLgot? from five toten thousand
dollar? for ovory ?tory ho write?. This
should discourage all who toll "little
stories Just for fun."
Miss MOORS, daughter of en-senator
Mooni:, and Miss ANDERSON, two
charming young ladle? of Spartnnburg
County, viaitod hero hud week.
Mias Lois JoNaa wdio ha? hoon visit
ing rolativea and frlonda for tho past few
months, loft on Wednosday last for her
home in Cartersvlllo Ga.
"LOTTA" willappoarin Augusta on th?
15th ?ml 16th, and we hour SODIO talk of
an excursion from Spartauburg and all
points on (lie O. L. <fc H.
"We demand that ho do HUM" ls tho
?lyle of many northern dailies whim
giving forth their mighty opinions on
tho policy of tho Administr?t ?on.
Mr. W. J. HUNTER, of this place and
Mis? LIPA OWENS of this County, were
married on Thursday, March 4th lRStJ.
Hov. w IL Harden officiated.
Prof. J. It. PAR ROTT, of Clinton de
livered an Interosting lecture on for
eign Mission?, in the Baptist Church
at this place, on last Sunday evening.
On Friday evening next tho Primary
Depaitment of tho Lauronsville Female
College will give au entertainment,
Willoh promisea to bo a pleasant adair.
FOISON, tho electrician has married
again and other married men may feel
rolieved, aa it is not probublo that any
aparatas will ho invented to interfere
with their club meetings Ac.
JA?. P. CAE KY, Esq., lias retired from
tho Kath y M?MCKQ ll' and will devote
himself excluslvoly to the practico of
law. Mr. W. T. CONDON is Ida success- j
or. Wo wish both of these gontlcmon !
ahumlant soecoss in their rOSpOotivo
Behool Books at Wilkes'.
Fresh (?arden Seed at Wilke?'.
Old Books exchanged at Wilke?'.
Reliable and Fresh Drugs at Wilke?'.
Picture Frames at Wilkes'.
Beautiful Scrap Hooks at Wilkes' Book
nnd Drug Mt ore.
Mr. WALTRR BARR of Groonvlllo, is
boro in tho interost of tho Remington
force pump. One .! these pumpa has
boon placed in tho publie well ami is
pronounced by competent judge? to ho
tho best aparatas for drawdng wator in
use. Mr. FRANK ANDERSON will aol ?s
agent at thia place.
From tho Augusta Chronicle wo learn
that our School Commissioners has ar
ranged with tho Commissioner of Spar
tauburg, to have a Joint meeting for tho
two Counties. Tho instituto win proba
bly bo hold in Hpartanhurg this year.
By rofcrenco to a notice of the County
Commissioners, in another column, it
will bo soon that all persons who own
land on wator-oour??s are roquirod to
cloar them of obstructions in 15 days.
This ls au important matter ami it la
hoped that at least Little Uiver will ho
at I ended lo al 'Oe e. TIlO health of OUT
town and tho vast aeopo of country
through which this - tn am passes, de
mand* prompt and thorough work.
A Junketing Tour to Laurena.
Coder thia head Brother WAI.LACK,
of Ctrl) Newberry Observer, give? an iu
tesoatlng account nf a recent visit to this
place, in cloning ho aaya:
"The stroeta of Lau rons aro tho worst
J over ?aw in a town of this ?i/o and im
portance, contrasting ?trangely with
tho elegant atorohouses and private rosl
doncAs. I aakod a resident why tho
ntreota woro not put in better order. Ho
replied that tho Town Council aro kept
HO busy resigning, they don't have time
to alfeieI to tho streots."
Our streot? are ?art oin ly in n bad con
dition, and nothing tonds more to dis
courage stranger* who come hero pro
apecting, than to ace this lack of outer
prise, yet, what .tan bo dono? It ia true,
wo have had several different set? or
o Ith ors recent ly, hld nono who would
not willingly improvoour streets if they
oould Any on? familiar with the fi
nancial condition of our town know?
ftill well tho cnuao of our bad street?.
It ls simply because tho Council lins not
th? neoessary funda. We would ?lo
anything for Improvement In this di
rection, but wo cannot cansuro tho Town
Council for thia, because, aftor stretching
tholr taxing power to the utmost oxtcnt,
they can barely raino sufficient funds
to moot tho current expenses. Indood,
lt la doubtful If they can make both cads
ineet thia year. Lat soins ono suggest
how tho money oan bo raised, so as to
maka tate needed I m proven an U
IV rsi H ml.
Mint* MART J. An,? ia visiting In
Mr?. C. M. OIIUJOH, of Charlotte, ls
visiting In till? piuco.
Miss r.i.r.A SiMi'HO?t, daughter of the
Chief Justice, spout several days with
relativos and friends at her old hinno
Mr?. J. It, TnAYNiiAM, who has been
quite sick for Hoveral days, ia, WO are
Kind to state, Improving.
DOItROH P. O.
Some North Carolina Soldiers had a
joke on one of our Soul h Carolina Colo
nels, (luring tho war. I don't know
Which one of OU?1 Colonels it was, but
tho joke is a vorv good ono: On on? oc
casion ho was leading his re?iinont in a
charge. Ito charged bravely and cheered
his men lustily, till he came In sight of
tho onoinyi then ho foll to tho ground,
unsblo to move a not hor step, but ho
shouted to his men all tho same ; .'?.harne
on, my bravo boys,your gallant teador's
ex h nus tod."
A ml that's Ibo way it is with nm to
day. I am right sick, too sink to writ o
any thing, oven if I had BOUlothlng
worth writing. Dut I hopo my brolhor
Editors (we aro all Editors you know)
will have something good for th* At>
VKRTISKR, so that my scribbling will not
be mlssod. And I believe 1 will loll
them ono morejoko in th? antun lino:
When Tom Jinkcns started to tho war,
bin neighbor, HUI Colo, came over to hid
lum good bye. Bill had a stilt' knee and
was therefore exempt. Hut, you sec,
his heart was in the cause, ami so with
toara in his oyes ho grasped 'lom's
hand: "Well Tom, old fellow, I'm sorry
to soo you leave. Oood bye, old follow ;
but now you ina}' depend upon it, If I
was able I'd bo with you!" Thc general
opinion was that Hill would'nt have
tHken a million of dollar? for thal ?titi'
Al. Owing?, s prominent colorod man
of thin section, died on tho morning of
tho 4th inst. Al. was honoat and indus
trious, and had nianagud to procuro a
nice little home of his own. Almost any
negro in this neighborhood could have
boon spared better than Al.
A litte boy went to one of our popular
corn mills ono day last week. While
the miller was nut a inomont the mill, |
got choked, and almost stopped. Tho I
miller hurried in and asked thc little boy
what was the matter with th?' mill?
"Nothing as I know of, only it just found
a red grain and stopped to piny with
Married on tho 4th inst, bj Rev. Mr.
Harden, Mr. Joe Hunter to Miss Lidio
Kvory body up this way is, after tho
manner of Jim Foster, gui'ic to tah? the
AnVKRTISKR in a few ?tay?.
Miss I.ulino Hodges, ??r Hodges, ia
spornt mg some time with hor niece, M rs.
W. R. Owens.
Tho building boom still grows. Mr
P. S. Hailey has f?llen into line and will
build a nico dwolllngon Pitt Stroot* next
to tho Clinton Hank.
Mr. C.V. Ross is In our section for
tlf purpoHO of Increasing ?.ur water
supply. Tho Improved well-auger which
houses and the lerra ootta tubing, is
quito on improvement on (he old small
boro and wood curbing
Tho exercises of tho Clinton ('?diego
w ill lu? opened in format way, in tho
now col loge building, on Monday, the
1Mb of March. The friends of tho Cob
logo and tho general public aro Invited
and expected to lin present.
Miss Mary.I. Simpson met with avery
?evoro accldont, a fow days ago, whilo she
and nnother lady wore driving a mule to
a buggy. The nudo became frightotio?|,
upset tho buggy and threw both ladies
out, breaking Miss Mary's ann, and
Othorwlso injuring her very severely.
Miss Lou Aycoek, of Kd go ll old, has .
been neon red to assist in teaching and
givo lessons in music in tho Clinton
Academy. And Mrs. Humphreys, tho
former assistant and music toucher, has
gone to homo In Union County, much
to tho regret of her many friends in
No Object bm.
We think our neighbor of the
Medium in mistaken in saying,
some of our contemporaries are
very indignant ut R. Il Tillman be
cause ho wishes the fanners to
unite for self protection." Wo ox?
ohango With nearly nil of the pa
pers of the .State and ?ve haven't
seen any evidence that any body
was Indignant with Mr. Till
man on any such grounds. Most
of them who have had anything to
say on the subject agree with
what we have told heretofore.
That our farmers aro not '.he poor
spirited, "oppressed" anti "des
pised" class, some would have us
believe. Nor are they "hewers of
wooil und drawers of water" as tho
Medium calla them. Will the Me
dium name sonic of tho farmers in
this county who aro "howers of
wood and drawers of water," and
state who thoy "hew and draw"
for ? No, no, gentlemen, our far
mers are manly, independent men
?nd know bow to express und en
forco tholr convictions. They are
not children In leading strings.
"Cooperation nmong farmers ls
not objoctioablo." Hy no man nor
of m 'uns. It ls on the contrary,
laudable and desirable. Lawyers
havo tholr Bar Associations, Doc
tors havo their Medical ?Societies,
morclmnta their Exchanges, arti
sans their Unions, and so on. Sven
wo editors, neigh I .or, have our Press
Association I Dy nil meena then,
the farmers ought to havo their as
sociations. Rut don't try to make
them believe they aro Ishmnelltcs,
whose hands aro against whom is
everybody's bund. The people he
f;in tn suspect that such talk ls not
ikoly i<> be productivo of any good.
-Obediah Thomson, tho negro
who waa lynched at Spartanburg
on tho 1st instant fer tho outrage
committed upon Mrs. Lancaster, is
wald to have recently made two
other unsuccessful attempts-one a
colored woman and tho other on a
white woman, whoonlyescaped his
brutality by fleeing. When the
rope was around Iiis neck and the
tho buggy was about to bo driven
from limier bim he waa asked If he
had anything to say. The .Spartan
burg Spartan records this as the
Wretch's last words: "I did the
d< ed. 1 nm guilty aud ought to
Buffer. I don't know what got into
me. It seems that I (lid not know
what l was doing. Let me have
a little time to pray." Tho Spartan
thus imitates its condemnation of
tho affair: "In the crowd Unit, en
terad the jail some were boisterous
ly drunk, but the greater portion of
them were sober, lt was a brutal,
criminal lind defiant lynching. It
IK dui- the City Council to state
that when the mon gathered May
or Walker ordorod thc drug stores
to sell whiskey to no one. This
was a wise ami thoughtful order."
-There are many curious facts
ill American history. Three vice
presidents, Gerry, Hendricks and
Wilson, died in Novoinbernt (bites,
which might all conic in a single
week. No President,either in or
out of olllee, has died in November,
though six havo died In July and
four in .lune. G ar Held died in Sep
tember, Lincoln in April, Taylor in
July and Harrison in April. Two
vice-presidents have baon Indicted
for treason. These were Aaron
Burr and John C. Breckonridg.
One vice-president, John C. Cal
houn, resigned his office, and seven
men have hold both presidential
an presidential chairs. John
Adams, Washington's vice-presi
dent, succeeded him in the White
House. Jefferson, Adams' vice
president, did likewise, und Martin
Van Buren, one of Jackson's vice
presidents, was his successor. The
other four became President by
death. They were Tyler, Filmore
Johnson and Arthur.
Thc New Railroad*
At at meeting of thc corporators
of the Columbia, Nowbcrry and
Laurens railroad residing at Colum
bia, held at No. H haw Range, nt
0 o'clock I?. M., yesterday, Col. V.
W. McMastor was requested to act
Dr. T. T. Moore offered tho fol
lowing resolutions, which were
seconded by Mr. T. A. MeCreery,
and passed :
Resolved. That thc corporators
of the Columbia, Nowborry and
Laurens railroad in Columbia ap- I
prove of the action ol' the corpora
tors at a meeting held at New
berry, und they approve of tho ap
pointment of James O. Meredith
as canvassing agent fm- the corpo
rators in soliciting subscriptions to
the capital stock of tho road.
Resolved, That John T. Rhett, 8.
A. Pearce and W. B. Lowrance be
appointed ns a committe of the cor
porators at Columbia to confer and
co-operate with the committee nt
The Bru -ian Minister of Agri
culture i- ju-t now engaged in
,/iosecutIng an intered i;1; and thor
ough Inquiry into the most a Ivan
tugeos way of dealing with the es
ta.es und agricultural properties
belonging to tho state. Tho object
ls to ascertain whether it would bo
most profit..1 lc to cul np und sell
those prop, i ? cs outright or perma
nently to lc! t hem on lease.
Mrs. Livermore is an enthusiastic
advocate of co-operative house
keeping. She, with Bonio fifty
other families, had experimented
with a co-operative laundry, and
has been able to reduce the cost of
ber washing and ironing to 27cents
a dox.cn, including dresses and the
most difficult pieces. She says tho
sanio economic results have been
obtained In other departments of
It was u rather green partimento
r?an who rose to a point of ord sr ul
tlie Inst session ol tho Mucki.r
ryvllio town meeting. WIlOll lc
quested to state his point be said:
"My p<diit is, Mr. Mod?rai or, that
tho gentleman who mudo tho pray
er didn't address thc ( hair." The
Moderator said that (he point was
an entirely new one, mid he
should declino to rill" upon li until
he hud lime Ki look up the auihor
i I ?es.- Jioston Transcript,
-The residence of Judg( Ker
shaw, in Camden caught on tire
bed Saturday from u pork railing
011 tho roof, out the (Ire WftS dlseov
ered by a passerby und extinguish
before, nundi domngo was lone.
Country girl (addressing robust
tramp)-W hy don't you go lo work ?
Tramp (looking hungrily around;
-I would if I had thc tools.
Country girl-What sort of tools
do you want ?
Tramp-Knife nud fork,
Teacher-"Yes, man comes high
est in the scale. What comes next
to man ?
Small Hoy-"I know, slr."
Teacher-"Well, what is it."
Small Hoy-"lils shirt I
-"Well, we are penniless, or
mighty nour it," ho said, as lie
reached home und threw the even
ing paper to his wlfo,
"Wh-what ls lt?"
"The Mechanics Bank has bust
ed, and we lind $1,000 on deposit
"But, Richard," said she, after
glancing nt the article, "tho Presi
dent says he hopes to pay all de
posits in full."
"Ami didn't I say thc same to
my creditors, und u singlo one of
them re?oive five cents on tho dol
lar ?" he howled.
Word? of Wisdom.
Thor? is no policy Uko politonoss;
and a good uttmc, or to supply the
want of lt.
Lot friendship gently creep to rt
height; if it rush to it, it may soon
run itself out of breath.
In studying character, do not ho
blind to the shortcomings of a wann
friend or the virtues of a bitter
Tf thou dosirest ease, in tho first
place take care of the ease of thy
mind, for that will make other
su tieri ogs easy.
ll i<* 00 help to a sailor to see a
flash of light across a darkness, if
ho does not instantly steer accord
The seeds of love can never grow
but under the warm and genial
influence of kind feelings and af
Words are spiritual forces, angels
of blossiug or of cursing. Unut
tered, we control them; uttered
they control us.
It is better to he the builder of
our own name than to be indebted
by descent for the proudest gift*
known to books of heraldry.
State of South Carolina
LA I'll IO NS COUNTY.
COURT OFCOMMON PLISAS.
Pursuant to judgment f<>r sale in
the following stated cases, I will sell
nt ouldie outcry, ut Laurens C. II., s.
C., during the legal hours for sale,
on Salesday in April next, being
Monday Hie otb tiny of (bo month,
th" property described in euch case,
upon the terns specified to wit:
In the case of N. B. Dial vs. Mary
?liddell, et at.
All that tract of lnml lying, be
ing and situate in the County aud
state aforesaid, containing One
hundred and ten ami one-half acres,
more or loss, known us tho John S.
Kiddell place, and bounded on tho
North by lands of John Hunter
ami Dr. S. S. Knight, on the East
by lands of VJ, A. COX, on tho South
by lund of Jasper Martin, und on
Hie West by lands of James Can
Terms: One-half of the purchase
money to be paid cash; und the
balance on a credit of twelve
mouths, with interest from day
of sale. The purchaser to give bond
and a mortgage of the premises to
secure the credit portion, und to
pay for papers.
In the case of Ii. W. (?arlington
et al., vs. Lcmual G. Williams, r/
at., Thc following described prop
erty situated in the town (d' Lau
rens, in tho County ami State afore
said, to wit:
Lot No. 8. on tho corner of Lau
rens and Harper Streets, being
about 46 by l??7 feet.
Lot No. 16, containing Ono and
j 2S-KH? acres, more or lo?, und |
bounded by Muiu Street, lot for
merly owned by C. M. Miller, HOW
owned i>y Mrs. Rloise Sholl, and
! lots owned by other persons-be
j lng tho lol formerly occupied by
Terms-one-half of the purchase
I Money lo bo paid Cash, and the
: liliane" on n credit of twelve
' months with interest from thc ?lay
of sale, The purchaser lo give
bond and n mortgage of Ibo
premise-; to secures the credit por
tion and to pay for papers.
Kesohl at tho risk of the former
[n tho caso of William C. Cleve
land ns ndm'r. Ac, etat, vs. Henry
NV. < Inrlington, et al.
All that lot or parcel of land in
the County und State aforesaid, in
the town of Laurens, on Harper
Street, bounded on tho West by
->:iid street, on the North ?ind East
by lots formerly of the est tito of
Mrs. s. NV. Darlington, deceased,
mi the South by lot formerly of
the ef tate of John Ourlingion dee'd
containing Forty-three ouc-hun
il rot li of un acre, and whereon is
situated tho house known as tho
Torno-One-third ?it the pur
chase money to ho paid casi), und
tho balance on ?1 credit of twelve
months, with Interes! from the doy
of wile, secured hythe bond o'" the
purchaser and n niorfgngo of the
promises. Tho pureliasor to pay
Ile sold nt (bo risk of tho former
C. D, HA UKSPALE,
MnsD -, tu v.
Mar. s, 1880 '?1 lt
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
LA lt UHF, Nfl COUNTY.
Dy virtue of authority in mort
gage given Jan. if?, A. D. 1882, by
Jefferson 8. (Dimes and Samuel
w. Grimes to Martha C, Crimes,
and recorded in the Office of the
Register of Menso Conveyance for
Laurens County, the '2? day of Jan.
A. D. 18812, I will sell at piddle out
cry ut Laurens C. IL, H. C., on the
6 day of April, A. D. 1886, all the
teres tof the said Jefferson H., and
Samuel NV. Crimes in mid to all
tlin 1 tract, piece or parcel of land
situate, lying nnd being in said
County and Hinte containing six
teen acres more or less and bound
ed hy hinds of L. NV. C. Kinlock,
lands formerly belonging to D.C.
Suber, dee'd., lund of J. A. Dice und
of the Mount Zion Association
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Terms-Cash-Purchaser to pay
N. O. KR I DO EH,
As admintrator with will An
L Mar. 8, 1886 82 4t
Of gun-powder from an open keg,
them off with tho lighted mutch oft
Still they go as before:
13 jTrornoliL Osts
In addition to above, wo have a
at some tl gu re. .So if you want un o
pay you to examine our ?tock, as th
made tho Shippers.
Rock Bottom Prices.
Now is thc time to encourage the
scholar with a new hook.
A large lot of
to be sold in the next Sixty Day?
at prices to suite the hard times.
J. 0. C. FLEMING A OO. I
I nm offering my entire stock of
(J roeerios, Crockery ware, Cigars,
Tobacco, Ac, at ti greatly reduced
price, ns I am
CLOSING OUT !
Parties indebted will pl.-MSC call
.1. M. M I* RF F.
Laurens, S. C., March 1st, 1880.
PO It TI IK
Town of Laurens
l'oll Tl I R
Yoar Ending Jan. 13th,
HF. it Ordained hythe Fntcndant
and WAWH?NS of (he (own of Lan
rons in Council assembled.
That Scethm 18 of tho ordinance
heretofore published, be repealed,
ami sahl section Smll hereafter .>;.
One-horse Dray ???.?; Two-horse
ill?; leed s?uble V.M; feed ned liv
ery stable j in; feed, salo nod liv
ery Diable .*"<'. One-half payable
In sd^ anet*.
R, R. M A it TIN, intendant,
t ;. I ). A ndefson, ( ilerk.
ALL PERSONS owning or having
in their charge any Kcal Estate for
the yoar IKKfi, in which are any
crock, braches or streams on said
premises, are hereby notified to
clear all such streams of all ohs! ruc
tions, lumber, brush, or any obstruc
tion in Maid streams, for thc benefit
of tho health of tho community;
an<l especially tho stream of Little
River, as a petition has boen presen
ted and signed by a largo majority
Of owners Of land Little Uiver pass
es through, and which th? law re
quires to be done after hoing noti
fied hy the County Commissioners
in fifteen days; and if said streams
aro not clea rd of obstructions the
law will ho enforced.
J. W. LITTLE, ii. O. O. Ii. C.
March 10 188(1 82 2t
Tho total number of flowering
p.ants now known in British North
America may bo estimated at
about 8000 species against 10,000
in the United State*.
wont our price? of last week Into tho air of publlo favor. We tOie&sWI
;heapnoss ami burnt what wo promised in Um wood of truth*
a. Overcoats worth SIO, to
" " S3,toS4.?O
simer Ligixt weight Overcoats,
^orth. ?BIQ, to cBlo
lot sent us on < onunission for account of Arnhclm A Oo., that m mal 90
vercoat at half thc usual price, now In tho golden opportunity. It will
ia lot must positively "?dido ofT'iu tho next 29 ?lay?, se returns aaa te
FRICK CO. W ENGINES, SEPARAT????
? gesta for th* C*!ebrahscl
OSBORNE Mowers, Reapers mid Ein?cra
_LAfT?tyw\ ft fl. _
Steam, Marlble & Granite Werkt?
Manufacture ali kludj sf
Home & Eastern Granite Monuments,
529 Broad St.. Near Lower Market,
Can always be found a fall lina of Medium and Cheaper asemos ?i
OPF.N ^vrvr> TOP nuaGHK?.
At lower price* than at any other hon'? thia side ci OtnotamsAl. Tbk veofe
ball made to order, is iighidr running and better tn Uh ed ttus Uu eUern
of work generally sold as gUudard Vuhlolei. but I ks ve ?us? MMftMi % $9M
linc of Fine Family
Carriages, Phaetons and Cabriolets I
Just received, snottier shipment of those Fine Open sad Toy F-iirrfln-iea?s\?
noon sp?cial orders by the best manufacturers North ana Beat. Week lae aa?
lng used in the construction ol thete Vohielos but the best aaslmtimle? MN %
quality, style and finish, sro une%uilod hy any olaest utw tm Um UMueBe??
ia stock a full line of
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
ATI gracies, which I will uffer at lower prloos than bave ?ves* Belate k?ew
known In the history of thu business. Milburn, Studebaker ead tifi?is
Plsntatten Wagons, all sizes. Oak and Homhvk ?ole IjMthe*,CauT ??'tn.ttat
Findings, Carriage and Wagon Materials, Harna.s Leetbei, Belt lUgmjj rf
superior quality, Uubber and Ivsathsr Belting. Also, a full Umm fjf
Onus, Shells. Powder, Shot, Table and Pooket Cutlery, flow F>semam tsv ?M\
nakes, Nails, Ax >s, Hoes, Picks and Mattooks. Pltehfojrks, ame/reJft, HsjeiM
8tc?lyar(ls and Weale Reams, Grin<Utoue?, Rakes, Pudleeks, fill Bjaiup
Tools, Files, Hinges, Window Sash, Doors und BJ Iou?, Fer sa a*s> TBiargpa
Balls, whleh I am offering at lowest cask prices.
A. Mt* QOODTKASIe AaassajL
(Sueo^ssor to R. H. May A Ce.,) rt the Old .Stand, opposite 4is^li m*k*
road. Bank, 704 Rroad utreet.
OirocLletr ISTo 2=L
lu order to meat tho demands of our creditors, wa *4*er ?ear em*?xe>
8toek of Clothing, Shoes, Hut?, < .'cuts' Furnishing fJomds at am 4 Wk*"*
Now York Cost, for the next thirty days. Any ona waatiag earthing
u our line will do wall to cxatulne oar Stoak before pmreaaelag tleo
We have In aonn action with our Clothing Dip a rt ?emt, a ???Ie??Si
assortment of Jewelry, consisting of We. t ch es, Watek CkaJns, Cm#7 easef
Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins and various other thing a tem ??Hum Se
mention, which we are closing oat very oUoap.
Aa we are selling our goods at Casi, we ?mast have Him OaJk 4)*m%