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livery Department n
to buy what you don't
and capricious tastes. .
standard ntalntalued i
dwindle into Insignlftc
harrier-; of standing ^
onslaught of our prices
Now if you want a good Black suk
dont you buy until you see ours
our -tock of these goods is the
largest in tito County, our goods
thc best and price-thc lowest. Sec
our Black Silk at .83 1.00 A 1.23
A full linc of .lenin- Table linon,
Towels Napkins, Flannels Cotton
Kimmel Lcd ticking etc
Fruit of the loom Bleaching cfs
.A. "LT C3- TT S
./. c. G'AItLIXGTOX, KIM rai:,
LAL KL Ns, ( letober 27, 1880.
Subscription Price--12 Months, Si.00. ?
l'A V A H M? I N A I V' A M I:.
tl . - for Advertising. -Ordlnarv Ad- .
\ menta, per sipmre, One lusor- 1
tiott, r t .'Hi; nach subsequent Inser
tion, "<l> cent*.
Liberal reduction made for large Ad- '
vert iscincnt H.
.1. C <.A ULI NOTON A < < >..
"WHAT S THE MATTER?"
Where The Shoe Pinches.
The "Protection" a Republican Tartar gives !
Editor Ad tu Nixer:
Tho following is submitted ns a
reasonable estimate of tito rations
necessary for an average lieu I thy
Held hand for 01.e year, lt 1- coll
ied from an estimate made ami
published recently in the A', ?rs
<<. Courier on 11 subject relating 1,,
farming bul entirely disconnected
with the Puriif or any subject of
taxai lon. 'I rn- esl hunte is 11s will
be observed contint I iu the lino bf
provisions to simply Bacon und
Meal, mid in tho linc of clothing lo
thc simplest ami most necessarv
mid cheapest articles, ns follows;
Bacoi. Hin i?,..
Meal iii bu.
lint- 'J f.. iii) cent- each, $1.00
Shirt- I! al 3d cent. each, 8.01)
Drawers .'1 nt 3U cents each, 1.30
Socks H at 23 cen! s euch I,50
Shoo- 2 pair at $2.23 1.50
Jeans Suits dat * l.3ti 13.50
Blankets L' at 5o cent- l.nu
is this 11 fair average allowance-.*
Wo assume that it i- because
we take it from an estimate made
and published in 11 subject relating :
to (''arming hut entirely disconnect
ed with t he Tariff I Mitics.
Thc duty oil -onie j- laid j,, ,. 1
pound on nonio per bushel; on otb- I
ors per f/ttrd, and "in ad di ti on there- 1
lo" ii certain "per centum ad vnlo- t
At the risk of prolixity let u
scrtitinl/.e tho above list of articles
it) the Tari!l' rate-.
lid COU i.s2ct.S per ll)., hence thc
tax Oil 100 pound- i- $8.20 ;
Meal ls ld td- per bushel, tux on
12 bushels i- 1.20 1
Hals are taxed 05 per cent ?ul va- \
lorcm, and 2 flints nt 50 els make 1
Lim. Now what proportion of lids
?.f l 00 for 2 lints 1- justly chargeable
to the Import Duty? To subtract '
03 eta from fl 00 would leave onl.\
05 ctn; 05 per cent on 05 els would
be only 20 cfs, which added to 05
would make only H5 etsi Bul 85
per cent of 73 cts would make 25 et.s
Which ?nldcd to 75 cts will make I
exactly +1 00 tho price of the 2 hat- ;
fo the laborer ami con-timer, so
tit..i wo may set down in the etd-'
limn . f "? lix for thc 2 hat- .L'5 ?
?Shirts Cd) are assumed lo contain 1
8 yunis each or I* yard -. Treat- '
in?; them not ?ts ready made cloth- '
which i- favell at l<? per cent ad 1
valorem, hut simply ns cloth of 1
cheapest kind, which is taxed 2\ ct -
per yard, we have for the Tariff
tax on ii shirl-, 8 yunis each, ls ?
yunis ?it 'i\ cts per yard, ,45 <
Drawers (8,) (fl yards each) 18 \
yunis nt 2.1 cts per yard, .45 . t
Suck*, (0) worth (25 cfs oneil) ; \
.fl 00, ure taxed lo per cent ad vii? I
lorem, putting the value of the six | i
socks ?it 72 eta then 40 per cont , 1
cent would exactly make the ti 00. 1
Hence IO pt r cent on 72 ct- would .
be taxed by the Tariff on thoo pair 3
socks, .2? I i
Shoes, (2 pair) worth (ouch $2.25) ! t
$?1.50 are taxed 40cts per lb, "and I I
In addition Hi?relo" .">5 per cent ad ' (
valorem. One shoe would not I .
weigh les- than 2 lbs, this would j <
give as Tariff Tax on shoes per ll)., t
.10 cfs per lb, 2 lbs per shoe, 2 | '
pairs, $8.20. Now to flntl the ad
vaiorem Tax, fake ofr the
$8.20 from ?4.A0 leave $1.80, now,
tiie sum which being multiplied by
85 per cent will Jual make $i.80, ls
$2.16, and 80 per cent on this $1.00
(i. e.) 85 is to be set down aa thc
Tariff Tux on Shoes on the ad va- I ?
Iprem duty vi/: .8.?. And this I ii
^ ri. ll I L!J
mieuse Display <>r' Fall and Wi
ow o nnplcte with tho Choicest Hoot
want as tho assortment is sufHcici
V. direful inspection, will convince y<
n the most pretentious markets Soul
nuce who n compared with our presen
uaruntoes, etc put forth hy rival ela!
?. Business from a purely business si
NV A M > I 'TT A XXX l-l S\ etd
t) and 10 j sh . ling Bleached &
Brown from ?T? to -."> cts
lu ?hito & Colored spreads wo
ure offering marvelous valu ros at
LOU 1.20 ev 2.00 und higher
A handsome line of Black goods
in Cashmeres at i"> 25 35 IO ."?.' Coi
and 7"> cts if you want to ?ave nm
ney it will pay you to see these.
T .A. O .A.
diows thal tho laborers whole
l'ux on his 2 pairs dioes worth 4*1.50
lier lb ?1.20
Ail valorem .?i"?
argo ly ovor half.
Jeans Snits, (il) w orth ($4.50) per
|>nir <<r $1*4.50, ure taxed 10 pol' COIlt
td valorem. What is tho sum
which hy having -10 per ccu! <>n it - 1
-..lt* added to itself will make$1:1.50, .
Answer: $0.04.8! Here thou it is I
.leur timi the laborer who spends
this $13 50 for iii- :i .Jean- Suits,
.mihi bul for the Tari IT] pot them
for $0.01 et- 111 : muk lng chargealilo
lo tho TarilVTax over $.'1.80.
lilankts -J, worth (50 cts each,)
fd .00. These aro doubly taxed, l-t.
by Hie pound; 2nd ad valorem; 35
.dil- pel" pound and in attilil inn 1
f/iercto :15 per centum ad valorem.
It i- found by experiment thal an !
irdi'iary cheep blanket weighs:! ll>- !
?neb w h i el i would give 51 lbs at 35 cts
per pound, i blanket hythe ll>,$1.05.
1 blanket hy the 35 por cent ad
valorem, .35 Tax on cheap blank
Lei us gather up these diff?rent
-um- of Turill' Ta x above ex
Bacon, Turill* Tax, 3 20
Metii, . . . l 20
Mau, . 25
Shir?-, (cloth) I?
Drawers, (cloth r>
?leans suits, .". KO
Blankets. . I Ki
Tax on every lalioror, $1 I 30
Virus ii i- soon thal n man who
duo- iud own a fool of laud or ll !
single head of li VU 'nek or a par
tido of property on which a cont of i
taxes ?-an bo claimed for Hie ?State
is nevertheless obliged lo pay ibo
-um of ai leas! fourteen ilolhtrs :
t.i tho Tari:'.' Tax of (he l'uited
state- i m po-od by Badieal and'
kept up by Republicans aided by a
few regenade Democrats. This
lax too ison any and i vory man,'
white or colored who vu ts and wears
Hie? above /oo</ ami clothes.]
ff lie lias n family Hie tax
is increased liol in proportion Lithe
property ho .nay own ns under the
Stale iii v. *>u! hy v? lull lie and Ids
wife and children may lui vii t<> eat
IIKI wear. If in bis wi-h to make
thom confortable for the winier,
io -lion ld huy t hem ila ii iuds In
iiii-t pay on -itch Hannels at (he
'ollow!ng rate -:
I If il is WOrtll ""'I cent- |1> he
nu-! pay for the Import ?ir Turill'
10 ' nt - per pound.
~? I f w<ir i over ?lo cts per pound j
uni not over 40 lie MI lift I pay for
Po riff THY,
i 1 ? (?nts per pound.
3 I f ab ?ve 10 e nd not over ?'.u els
ic niii-t pay,
ls cents per pound.
I I f above ?JU and not over 80 cts,
ic must pay
- ! ceid i per pound.
(Ami in ilddi/ioil thereto upon all
tin- ali?se named article- 'm- must
pay, ?15 per centum ad valorem.
? if sallied ut IlllOVe 80 ct - per lb,
IC must pay for t lie Tarill* Ta \ ,
'15 t - per ll>, a nd in addi! ion
pi per cent lid valorem.
I f ' lie man w ant- a taste of
:heo e Jone cents pee pound <>ut of
.vhotever ho lui lias to pay, is
.ati-ed by tho Tu ri ff* I aiport I ?nts
>r lax. if he w.:..(- n taste of
Mackerel l?0 there sull encounter
he inevitable Import Duty. Tariff
Pa X ol' one cent pel" poll lld.
Lei us look at these ligures a Mi
le a nd com pa re tho taxation under
.il her one of tho foregoing url ieles
,V11li thc taxation by our.stn ie ( foi -
.rumen! ol'-V, mills on the dollars
vorth Take Bacon il rsl. The I m port
Duty or Tariff Tax OM this Article
if absolute necessity to n laboring
nun, ls two (2T)otH per pound. Wo
?. lie-. ,- tho price hus md been high
.r than Bets per pound (his whole
/ear, and only II small proportion
if tho year that high. But assuming
bis as Hie price, wi lind that the
m port Duty or Tariff tax on Un
ion i- just one. foi tv I h of tho cost of
he Bacon ! This is equaj to n tax
if 25 per cont! And if Import dil
le Parlff taxes) were collectable
// hind IllStOiid of ill money, from
.\eis pound of Bacon so long as
bo price is H <ds, tho purchaser
VOll III have to cut oil* one foll rt ll of
i pound I How does this rate of
axation comparo with ?mr state
ax ol ? inlllsl If "io mills make
me cent" thc 5 mills make 0/lrl hoff
if one mil and 6 ?n'i ? f'a'f mill*
tinko one half a cent :i,rl ono
TOWN OA ITU J
Thousands who have v
nter Dry-goods?, Boots and Shoes
ls ot" homo and foreign markets. No
itly largo to enable ns to suit the mo,
>u that our present stock is fully u
ii. All our past efforts (though ci
ii gigantic str'uh s for patronage. The
[taunta melt into thin air before the 1
endpoint-squarely, openly und nix
COLORED, DRESS, OOODS.
1"? pieec< Pekin serged 10 et
20" Pacific Hobos 15 ots worth 25
l"> pieces Argyle Serge Double
fold 20 cl < \\ <?rt h .;.? ctn
2(1 .'ls piece- iie li Cashmore -?'>
wort h Pl ets
lb pieces '15 inch Cashmere IO et?
worth 55 et<
20 piece- l-J inch Tricot- Q0 eta
worth 70 els
S Irl O O
twentieth of a cent,-one half and
one twentieth of one cent.-greatly
less than i h rn quarter* of ont rent\
Supposing ii man to consume Ibu
lbs of bacon in the year, at - cents
lie will have paid for ''aeon ll- s)l
out nf which $820 or within a very
small fraction nf o/n fourth is caused
by taxation, by the Tari If Tux on
ono article. W hat laboring man.
with nothing luit Iii- muscle, i- ev
er taxed, hy our State Government
at such tl rate! Now reader run
t hi-calcul?t ion through the tura!
a in I the coarse, (dieup .loth fut/ which
enters into a laborers yearly eon
sumption and you will see "what's
t lie mat ter."
We muai close foi tin present;
but. kimi reader, with permission
of the ED iron of Tm-: A nv KUTI s KU
wc bespeak your attention nguiu
next week, win n wc will extend
our consideration ofTaritf Taxe- to
-onie utIUT branches of Merchan
dise und industry. In Hie mean
time we stand cap in hand ready
to how our acknowledgements to
"Taxpayer" of Hie Herold for any
correct i<in- be may make upon our
statements on the authority of Per
ry or Tillman our Congressmen or
llie Agricultural "Moses" himself.
OM: OK I I I I : I?Ki i l-l.i .
LQQ2? to Your
Having determined tu chango
business, 'three things became nee.
1. < ?ur large and melool -tock of
General Mercbundi o Inust be sold,
profit or no profit.
2. Our liabilitie must h > met,and
i u order lu do so,
Parties owing us must settle.
Ls G, BAUE & CO,,
ut Laurens C. H.,
and Cross Hill.
( ?el 13
All persons having claims against
tin County of Laurens will present
I hem to I he < ' erk of ( 'minty < 'oui
mi-donera of lao rena County, C.
M. M i bi,KU, on or hy the 'il-t day
of Oetodcr, I Mao, to be filed on Un
hooks otherwise said claims will
not he paid mil of Hie Taxe- col
lected for the present year,
.1. W. LITTLE, < 'hVni li. c. tr.
C. M. M I LL ER, Clerk.
( let 201 ll IKKO. :it.
'4 Q ! ' A TT I J K H A I* M Ql'OTBIV
('ladlvdn I .elil my lestluionv as t>
tho vab'io ol' pel hutu's P. P. ,V A. Kiieeillo.
(mlnine hail been used in my family tn
n<? purpose; your ' bill < ure wiisbroiurlit
MI and the icsiut :.tup?ele reeovcryl
Tin- best pr?parai ion on I he market.
.1. B. tpiatllebauin,
m0f Por Sale Itv .T. P.. Wilkes and lt.
V. p.y A Uro.. Limn ns. fi ruy A SIIIII
VHII, I?oi-roll's: Sullivan A Milam, Mt.
ibilhiKher; .1. IL Knuth ivji'o., Hold ville;
I IllbertSOII A Smith, W aterloo.
To thc citizens ol Laurens and
surrounding count ry :
I luci' re-opcncd my diop for ibo
repair of Watches, t lock- and Jew -
(dry. Thanking my friends for pat
ronage in the past, I respectfully
solicit a cot? t i ti tia nee of the -attie.
LA URENS, s. C.
( > A TS ! OATS!
.jO.iKld Hushola South Carolina
Ked Kust-Proof ( bit" at 7 .et-, at
PLC SS A FERGUS' >N.
Stats nt 5?(itf? (krolma,
t mit ST Y OA' I. I t miss,
IN I?HOB \TK COURT,
Wherons. Wi W. Konneiiv hiisnppllod
to mc for i,< iiers of Administration on
tho BstlltO of V, Si. Kennedy, deceased,
These are therefore to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of said doeoased to bo and ap
pear before mc, in tho Court Of Probate,
t.. be holden at Laurens C. H., on the I
llth dav of Nov.. IKSij, to show- cause,,
if any they cati, why said Litters should
not bo granted.
Ali persons having olsons agidnsi stud
(.Male Will pr 'si nt the sume ou ?r before
thal dav or bc forever barn d.
i ii\ en uniier my und ana se.ii, thls*27th
day of October, |HS0.
Probate .fudge. | 1
JED AND EVE]
?sited our ptore limine; the past t
, to be I'iKlou'?to Hy th? largest,
necessity hus alws
st vurlcd house in
p to the murket
infnlliblo (letin i te
irst grout To those
?ve bou rd cull for ;
These goods arc in nil tho neutest !
shapes and Cannot posibly he
man ho l elsewhere at other pri?es
A full line of Ladle** and mens
under vest Cheap, medium and
Our mens tinluundred shirts 11)1
els buy and '.?."> ets take tho cuke
The best 1,00 131 nek Kid fJlovo
in tin- Union ,
The best Mi und T"> els I 'olorod kid
gloves ever know n,
Tho best -."> .">'? 7? 1.00 corset ever
M P A N "
A NEW DJ
IN addi t ion to OUT Stock nf bea
plies, we have received a CAH-LO
Which we propose t<? sell at F
the demand f<?r strong and durable
ful to select tho very best in the mi
Hy purchasing in car-load lots
we arc enabled to offer superior ?ol'
Hiram W I)
ls tho best <?n earth fur thc mt
Tall and examine mir stock and pr
A Fair Exchanj
r T< > I
- ?MINTER &
Who offer you not only full value fi
ilargains from their immense stool
m. nt. We have jiisiroooived :i lui
consisting of Tricots, ll?neles, Silk:
-my trimmings, u hieb w e oll") r ut
Wo Invite your specinl atteiitiyii
Jersies, v\ id? ii are all of the latos!
We also have a line of
Glotbinrj and Gents
Our -tock of-hot - i< complete ill
trial, to convince you that we can s
thi- line. S pinda) attention ls calli
.M. A. PACKARD .
Minter ?Sc ?Teirn.ies
We also oiror you a hand made -I
Our $2.50 Linliei Handmade Slim
I il li ty. All the above shoes uro war
I live u- a call ami be eon\ im
.Minter A J nm i oso n's Furniture l'a
Hiebest Furniture t ll KA /'/.'NV.
Ju<t think of lt : All Walnut Suit,
only .?,._".?...<>; worth in market $?10.00.
Neat set Furniture 10 pieces fer i
Mesrs. I). A.Dax i-, T. li Ni Ison, L.
Wilke- are with us ami will bc p
Wry Hand-on... Walnut Mai Ide t<
Mohair Plush Parlor Snit, Walnut
Rockers, with Carpel seal and bac
Neat set ('hairs for only $2,70.
W ? w ill not \z
Complote Stock M ut rosses lied Sprli
WU deliver Furniture on tho L. .
Spartaubtirg free of charge.
Leaders OF 3
1 luive tr il this game in days gon
A_ 2STE-W DE:
I lea ve t his week for New York t
FANG Y DRY GC
Moral-- These goods w
depression and will be
cheaper than anybody
luiU Vf]ILL BE SOLI
At tlifl Emporitti
W. H. GIL
WO weeks, pronounce
finest and Best Assorted ever s
y> been our motto. The best possible
the South to bout our prices, wc ear
since we Im ve been hore, but we cnn
if not ni thc people's expenses, why t
price list of our stock, consequently \
Who have 110 faith in lill lUlvortiseilU
my goods at tho prices limned and th
SHOKS, SHOES, SHOKS.
A full Uno of Misses timi children
-!)<>"< from 20 ct< up to thc best
i land made good-;.
Our 12.00 I.adn - kid and gout But
ton boots might he matched for 2.50
( >ur $-.70 I .allies ( 'l imp toe French
kid Dutton Hoots are worth $1.00
Our Solid lines of Ladies shoos
from 7? i - to 2.50, omi not bu match?
ed elsewhere for thc prices.
125 Pairs Ladies grinned (Joel
and Veli < 'alf sim >s worth 1.25 now
thrown on tlic Counters at 50 et s
vy groceries and plantation iUp
ACTOR Y PRICES. Appreciating
farm wagons, we have been earo
irket. t he ( 'lol.rated
ami selling at the "hortest profit;,
.outages to our customers.
.ney. Every vehicle guaranteed
.tfu 11 v.
S, "i)S _
je is ITo Robbery"
Como All, !]
y - O-o ods Estab
ir your money, but unprecedented
; wiiieii is complete in ON ery deport
lldsome line of Ladies Bress Hoods
-, SVoosteds etc., willi lill the neces?
j blow Prices.
ti. mir line of Ladies*('looks and
styles ami at the lowest price-.
avery respect j and all we ask i
ave you ii great Weal of money ii<^
.il lo ?.ur
3 s33 3.00 SHOES
St Co's $2.00 SIB)KS.
on's 3 2.50 SITLO?
me lor $1.00, wort h $5.50.
. i- ii!ic<|tiullcd in stylo and du rn
ranted to give satisfaction.
.eil that mir good- are all WC claim
lat e ?- the pla..vnere you can buy
lt) pieces, one-fourth maride, for
inly $15 00
A ..Me? mil, .!. II. (Cindi ami K. Il
leased lo see their friend-- ami
ip suit, ten piece-., for onls $-15.00,
traine, for only ?12.50.
k, for only * 1.75,
>? undersol d
igs. Also Cai pels ami Hugs ( 'heap
v s. lt. it. between Greenwood ami
0 bye und ut present will try it in
o select a Fall and Winter Stock
ill be bought since the
bought 25 per cent
else has boug t them
3 ACCORDINGLY, 3
n of Fashion.
K 33 R S 0 IT
iliowii und or ono roof tn Laur
. values for tliu lowest possible prb
o not what they claim. Senio people
'[ |lt.|p it, Wc are determined lo n
hon ?it ours. tt would taken whole
vc will miine only ti low ami ask win
?nt we w ill >ay, call?n us and bring
ey will be promptly shown.
Mons good Solid Kasey Comfor
table shoos in Congress Hulton A
Balmorals :lt 1-25 LOO 2.0? 2.20 and
:?r> Pair Gent? Congress Gaiters
worth 1.70 thrown un Ibo flour al
91) et s
our ?U0 dent- Hand -owed (.'alf
-hoc would !'<? cheap at $0.01?
( ?,,,- f, un i ioilts I land SeWOll
Kreuch Calf shot - in Congross Hui
ton A Balmorals are guaraiitood t<?
wear with any *7.0U Shoo in town
A. TJ Ft E 1ST
"The boy stood on tl
So they -:iv: but win
HUNTER & S
1 lavo a choteo line of I >ry < I nods,
ut prices \\ h
EARTHQUAKE COULD SOI
The mighty "Shake" w
AND TH K BOTT'
Then we made our purchases, and lu
upon thc water und Moating bargu I m
competitors, at our now store. We ;
ed to build up tl trade, it' fair dealing
eau accomplish t hi - result.
Wc have no Second-hand or Shelf
AND OF THE LA
In Millinery O
Trnyhhani .v hint's Ked block
Remo ember We will
CHOICE I AMII
IM .A NT \TI? ?.\ SUM
(JKO. H. A>
1 heg leave lu inform my friend.'
hand a full line ol G ItOCKlt I KS,
My good- have Imen bought clo
ide profils. All cash pun husers u
liefere l?n> lng elsou lu re.
1."? i >< ? 1111 . ls |'" >S| ( ii'anulaU'd Su?ri
Ip ninds Stureli fur.
.'I.', liais <d S??;i|i for.
20 pillas (if 'li.I.aero for.
50 pounds "i Hour for.
I L>5 Loxes of Mulches
AT GEO. IB. .A.]
< hi ueeount of the extreme Into
ailed demands tbat have boon made
GREAT NEED OF Mt
Although all oin- paper- mature
of the fact that you coll not meet tin
Help from every Friend and Customer w
Which mat ure on t ?i t. |st., and thu
in ii condition to ne! the part of a fri
want assistance in the futuro,
Believing thu you w ill proporl
what y<?u can without further delay
GRAY & ?
AT LA inn
I S Juni rcdolvod, Itirjre lor nf lty<
Will not la- at Laurens, hut the
tlint is J? fun anci 0
Family and Fa]
find everything that is rmedccl in
in h I'M st ( lass Stoic, which wil
Lil.eral prices paid for Hides
Look foi- tho sign of thc Big
J. I. Cot
.cs. Wc challenge any
y wo have ruined the
inUc Laurens a lively
newspaper to give ?v
it y??u think <>f them,
t hi- along with you ami
(tooti Solid Brogans Boots^|,fl
Kuli line of Besl Calf llootsi
to 'J.ei? a pair
Boys Hoot- from 75 et? io 2.001
All good thing- have their hn|
The Augusta, Cash, C orari
not executed. Consoquntlv wc(]
ti<m the people ngulnil those
are continually trying to divij
thom into haying spurious
worthless goods nt the sa tue Hgt
we ask for real Hrs! class vail
Bcmcmhcr the place.
S, S O
ie Burning Deck'."
i euri -, so long as
Notion-, Millinery and Shoe
I SHAKE ANY LOWER,
as felt in New York,|
?re w< ure to-day "casting t>rend 1
. down I he river in nd vance of ultJ
ire young tuen and are dot ermin.
-.-honest goods at lowest price*,!
pm floods, bul everything New!
roods -w? a.rel
Laurens, s. ttl
Arriving Daiy !
NOT be UNDERSOLD.
'Ll KS (? KNKKALLY,
Sj S? C?
- and customers that I have on|
hii'li 1 \. ill -ell at
se, will sell on tin- -hortest posse
?ll <lo well to call for my prlc?i
foi ONE Dollar.
?!- ?if t ho Kail, and tho un pa M
upon ns for ad vanees, we arelo
)NEY AT PRESENT.
<m October 1st., wo aro conscloM
i in lull by that date, but a lillie
lill enable us to meet our ublUalioas
i protect our credit, ?ml ke#p M
end in nee I to those win? Ml*.?
y appreciate our condition and do
ENS, s. C.
VA 1ST & ORAt
p, Burley, Outs, HKgxiog ? Tie?
next biggoftt tiling will Wi
omplete Ilia? of
thc Kitchen UIPI II nain' k$P*
1 bo ^<>M :?t a very Bittali profit
anti country produce?
jper & Co.