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SC r NL A LINCOLN'S NOMINATION.
I:tel lemont Which Permit-MI ho Repub?
li.-nn Sntloiml (.'mt vont lon '.H 1800.
I'liotieh it wno not expected to !>.. de
cisive, tho very first ballot forenhudowed
nccurat ly tho Until result. Tho "com
p! i in ont irv" candidates received tho nil?
uto ol lion from their rc?.pcctivo
state* * mt voted for Collamcr, and
Now Ju i y for Dayton, caeh r.olid. ['cnn?
sylvnni . . mpliment t<> Cameron waa
i hom Ci .i \ itca, 1 of which went at unco
fur [.In >ln. Ohio divided her compli
ipen! 'A I f r Chase 4 for McLean, anelat
once i :i >ln !icr :i remaining votes.
Missouri vu -ol? I for her candidato,
Lkitcs, . . i also received n scattering
tribute il m other delegations. But uil
tbeso compliments were of little avail
to theil recipients, for far abovo each
towered tho aggregates of tho leading
candie"ul a: Soward, 1 ?;t 1-2; Lincoln, 102.
In tl:A ground swell of suppretscd e.\
euein !i pervaded tho convention
there v . timo to analyze tili.? votcj
novertb , delegates and'-; ct niora felt
tho full .nco of its pren, idtton; to all
who dt ucl the defeat of Soward it
pointed out (lie winning man with un
erring ?. rttiinly. Another little wrangle
over onie ?sputed cud prolcating dele*
gob nd . ' ' audience ni most furious nt
tho 'Cull tho roll!" Bounded
from n ila wand (brontn.
A sec au! : i!lot w.\s begannt last, and.
oheying a lori a ns sute cs the law of
gravitation, the former complimentary
vol . carno rushing to Lincoln. Tho
whole lo votes of Collamcr, 44 from
Cameron, (J from Chaso and Mclean,
wcru now cast for him, followed l?y a
scatter cf ndditionn along tho win.!.- roll
rall. I . ;i ballot Lincoln gnlncd 7'.?
votes, St .v? ni only lt. Tho fact:-, of tho
New Y .. delegation whitoncd a ; tho
balloting ; r< premed and a . Ibo torrent of
Lincoln's ; >pulnrity became a river. Tho
result of Ibo sci otu! ballot was: Reword,
181 1-3; . incoln, 101 ; scattering, DO 1-2.
When tho vol '>f Lincoln waa announced
. iva; tremendous burnt of np.
pinn . wliii h .li-- chairman prudently,
bid kvith di Itv,controllod and silenced,
Tlie Mi hallet was. begun amid a
btvathlc . .>tuso; hundreds cf [?-neils
kept j r.co v lu tho roll call, and nervously
marked th ehting i on their Killy shccLi.
Tho Liiicoln ilgurcs cl tidily swelled ?nd
grow. Votes carno lo him from nil tho
oilier cnndidatea 1 l- i from Sownrtl, 2
from, runeron, HI from Hates. 13 fixim
. ' .' 0 from Dayton, ? from McLean, t
I rum i Incoln had gained 60 l?2,
Powo i i ... ? 1 ist -i l?2, long before tho
ufth I tellers f oted up their columns
?.?x-ctators md ?.ciega!.. rapidly mndotho
reckoning I know tho rt tn lt: Lincoln,
!-2, . word, IPO. Counting Ibo
. . . - oten, 4(W ballots bad been
. ; t. ?ind. ?tJ'J were necessary to a choice;
only ? I- ' vote? nu re wiro needed lo
n; .. r.oi ilia!kin*
, . i UllnoKi suddonly fell ti] on
igv . the inca ceased to talk and
.<;?:s i i nutter lb lr fans; ono could
icily hoar tho fern tching of pcncil-i
tho tl rltlag of telegraph instruments
tho tc|. nters' table.'.. No announce?
j " had ITCH made bj tho chain
changes v, oro ht ordor, and it was only
. . u -t i of seconds who bhotlld speak
Hi. :. 'hilo every ono was leaning for?
w;.id . uso exjiectanoy, Mr. Cartier
?pi.Mig i hil choir and reported n
elimino ? I i Ohio votes from Chuso to
Linc in. .io was a moment's paucoi
a teller va I his tally thect toward tho
skylight nd shouted fi liante, mid then
tho boom . i .. cannon en tho roof <'f tho
wigwam iiiuottnccd ibo nomination to
tho crowds ia tho streets, whero shouts
ir' I stduti i . x?k up and spread tho nows.
In (ho coi roi finn t!u> Lincoln river now
bcc.UUu au lui o lotion. Aiuiil Hio wild?
rat burrah*, ?. legation after delegation
chnnged UH ? uto to tho victor.
A i'.r.a fi ; . ..?'.om provolla In ordorly
american conventions,' t.;.?t the chair?
m.;.. <.f ibo vanquished delegation is first
to er' i lim n?iiilnoo with u abort tub
tirela ' pnrty fealty nod promise of
party, simp ri fir.'Evarta, tho s)K>kcs?
limn for N iv Vork, cuavinl promptly to
perform th' courteous t.iilce, hut waa de
la, td a whlli) by Cue CtrilllUliasni and con
fu.ion. Vlip din nt langt li subsided and
tho prealtUng oftlcer announced that on
tho third bollol Abraham Lincoln, of
Illinois, < 'esl Kol vote?, and ?'lase*
?(Oled .. . i lUltii late fer president of
tho UniLM rilAteo." Then Mi. Evnfta,
in a voie-. ' ; unconcealed emotion, hut
with (td n ?rallo dignity and touching
eloquence, spooking for mord nnd for
Now York, moved lo moko tho nomina
tion unaniit-otw. -The i eui.try<
^ tvonderral Littio Katina,
At Nev.- Li ?Lt.n, Conn., ono dny, na
lon** arm. thti I 'awi Engine company was
onmnteiKlwiili acapitulstivkof vsoo.ooo.
Tho invention U of a tmiquo character,
and the bi-tor- of ita deecKtfiuctd r??oa
Uko a io n:.::? -. thy Inventor, has
at Still Tc
sterxTiAris zl Lo
r ni. $3.00 pc
$4. 7 ?
". $.*>. 00
.'. .$.-). 50
.<. $0. 00
S00PF.3 & SURNS?OEa
ic:1 such stock to liv found in this
?ckcrywnro, and Glaauware, Tin Toil
Ilkley mid (
; Ixien r.t work on it fifleon yean. His I
j theories hnvo been laughed down, but bo
has persevered, spending timo and money.
! The calo of a patent on n writer wheel for '
$25,000, a few years ogo, tend ?ufilced ?
, to keep the wolf from ti.^ door. Other '
\ patcntj havo brought him something, but
Iii i main attention han been concentrated 1
, on tho engine. A few weeks ego ho j
. solved tho problem. With a few piccea ;
of cost iron ho Ima constructed aten berso '
power engino that i:i only eighteen Indien ;
; long and eight bichea wide. It certainly
j C?-.K..1 tho work. All Jests have been aj>- |
I plied. f5kej iie.il machinists who aaw it
I at ilrot rcfuiicd lo bel ?evo that tkero wan
not ? unething concealed, ns tho engino
hangs from tho wall like a piece of rdiafIr
ing, lt hoe been run for a low cont per
day. Casa Waa suddenly beuicged hy
capitalista. In n fortnight ho recel voil
$10,000 fer tho refusal to iona a cc mpany. '.
Ho will eventually get $50,000 in cash
for his patenta ami $75,000 tu stock.
I Chicago Times,
Tho ICqnttllziitlon of tho SCTO?.
Thc epoch discovers n curious najieet of,
our modern literatura to bo that while
women, intellectually speaking, aro bc- \
ginning to thow a certain masculina
l'Ow<r, Men are beginning to dovclopcor*
tain feminino characteristics, such as ex- 1
' pans!veness, exaggerated delicacy of ex
pression, end n lend ney to a gossipy
analysis of Irides. Wliilo women aro
climbing the tit nbs of intellectual progresa
j mon aro descending by tho ladder of gos
i i ip losit hy the Oro mid play with painted
I trillos and fantastic toys. Tin? is all
; rir;ht It ia limo tim mon wero hating j
real any way.-St. l'aul UIOIK).
A iVctiootmnto ?>f Dlnraetl,
An Mrs. Disraeli's bedroom wat always
? encumbered with her hu: band's hunk's,
, I * --'lij.xri 11might well BOJ ho was "horn
i i a library.*1 ??horlly after Benjamin's 1
j v ;i ili Mr. ?Israeli went lo resido at Theo* ;
I bald's ros.d, cud 1 have often been taken
them by my father. When bo loft Tho
bald's road nnd wen', to ns ide in Bloonid- ,
bury Ripiare 1 cannot recall to mind, hut ,
when there, and when 1 was hotween u
nnd io ye; is of ago, my father consulte:! ;
Mr. Disraeli ?.? I 'A hne t.> send mo lo ,
f. liool. ami ho recommended tho l?ov,
.lohn Pot I lenny, of Klliolt place, Black? I
heath, where he had placed Benjamin- I
the l<>;.s nlwny i called him Jack. Georgo
was bia nephew nnd (aught in the behool, i
which accounts for tim mistakes made in
other report i.
Wie n my father look mo lo school ho
handed m?> over to Hen, os ho always ,
called him. 1 1 toked up to him ns n big
I hoy, mid very bimi bewail to mo, making
: mo sit next to him In play henra, mu?
1 amusing nie with stories of robbers and i
i cn vi i, illustrating them with rough |>eneil .
i ?!.' ches, which ho contiriually rubbed
m.: to moke way for frosh ones. Ho j
i W?i i a very rapid reeler, waa fond of
, romancea, and would often lot me hit by
: him ;( ;'l reid t!n> BaiUO l?ook, good
! naturi Hy wailing heforo turning a loaf
j till ho know I Kal rene'vd tho hoi tom of
! tho pago. Ho was very fond of playing
ut hornes, nnd would often drive me anti
I another hoy nu ii pair with (Iring n ins.
I He wno always full of fun, and at mid- ,
; summer, when ho went homo for tho
. h< lidnvH in (ho biu&oi of th . Blackheath
j coac!:. Ilrod uv.ay KMho passersby with
a poa shooter.- I". Jones in London
j Standard. .
A it lot-I In Crime.
The erl mb lld Classen in Mexico nro ;
among (lui most a?couipllshc I artista in I
' their lino lo lw found anywhero on tho .
face of tlie em th, nnd j" ... ta, moreover, !
! n marvelous tower r4 simulating Inno? i
i cence, which ennhlffl them lo impose
\ ution Ibo moat iiicnytiuloita. They ont? ?
; ploy the hitter facility to great advantage
In Recuring t i:;?*tio:.. ns (errants, in !
j which capacity they lind iirnploccopo for 1
; their genius. If you dot? t (hem in
1 thieving and discharge or ptiniah them, '
their vitidiolrvohesB knows ro lxmnds,
j and they will l-iAUy threaten futuro reit*
? geanco, Nor ara they slow in concocting
j schemes lo (hal end with sundry gentle?
. nu n of the garrote or tho stiletto who
Outwardly as reipectafclo as anybody
; (now I i he nt reo t? nightly hi tho inter, ...ta
of their employers, Tho pleasant possl
bilities ere that ?onie fino evening, When
yo : least expect it -perhaps ns you nm
returning from tho opera, humming a
favorito morceau, or revolving sweet
philis for love or lucre- such fancies will
bo ?lbj olio I by n Widden rain of cudgols
npon your doroted head, or, worsoyct,
by tho keon thrust of a halm ju? into Clio
book of yo ir hsstohiw hammer coat just
between tho shouMtra. If you lie not
I killed ouU?ghf and >?u foi :ho police, tho
j chances aro ten to eoe o on being a
foreigner) ibnt the ?sjastin* v iii oatert,
in vohihiu ?paniah, that jon attempted to
murder thom, and tbs police wilt finish
what they failed to accomplish.-Irish
i Timon. . , -
.A. 3D in. the O roo
OK DIN A KY,
1MC1 M K,
Yellow Rx I ru c,
Yttouilin fun <im
ets Sots, and lamps, Ginger, Spieo, <
!oun*'y produce, Some ar1* astonish
) IBS* /J^-sa
NEW USES FOR WIRE CLOTH.
How It IA Taking tho i lu. o of Otlipl
Material I? a Number nt i Mni.v
Wiro cloth is an article which h AA hui
recently licou brought inti) ^cnornl uso.
For a lon? timo itu high cowt precluded
its uao for almost every purposo hut for
articles with tit least soma claims to lav
ing ornamental. Tho window and door
torrens <.f fermer days worn UHlially
m ide of colton netting, dyed in fancy
color:?, end warranted not. to hint moro
than on" Beatson, oven with tho utmost
caro. Tho few wiro nc rr? v. s that wore
med ?vero r.rtlolca of such luxury Hint
they generally lioro n printed landscape
or other pictorial ueprcnen tatton to indi
cate moro strikingly tin ir nristix-ratic
character. Tho housekeeper who would
hare Inserted such screonn in cvory win
tlow of bar dwelling would havo Isx-ii an
object ef wonder to an entire commu
nity for hvr coloRwd extravagance.
G\ nra? ly w<?vcn v ?re cloth was then used
fora f iv purposed, priuvipiilly for stoves
and cellar window wilardi, hut the total
quantity FO used in a year in tho entire
ci iintry wan insignificant.
r.'i.w. however, the wiro cloth industry, 1
i::- !'- ling tho manufacture of largo
me heil netting, is a very important Ad
junct of tho wiro trad*, enormous quan
tities of nu*li goods being made annually
In quite nt maderable numlttr of facto*
rt '? Thc increased owe of wiro cloth and
it.s g edlin! reduction in price havo gono
he lld i?> hand, every year Peeing more and
moro dwellings furnished with noreena ?
for P. billows r.nd doors, not only in mun- j
quito ridden dist riebt, hut in local ?lien j
whoso greatest insect pest is tho ordinary
houso fly. 'lie ir general introduction
lia? also been greatly facilitated by tho
efforts of ing< niottii and w ide aw al.? man*
ufacturers lo provide tho means of making
tho frames nt low cost and with n mini
mum of mechanical *lcill. From all
these causes, and not because Hies and
mosquitoes r.re greater pests than over
before, tho present M ason hos witnessed
the mi*t fictive demand f. r wiro clot!|
ever I nowa. ,
Tho us?^ of v. iro cloth ls also extending
in tunny oilier dil oct ions, ns people grow
familiar willi und io ito it? adaptability.
Threshing machine Moven were formerly
made of perforated metal, but large
meshed wire eli .til Ls rapidly taking
its place, hecnufto tho grain cnn fall
through tho nleslies of tho cloth moro
cosily than through tho perforated plate
willi lb) holes necessarily some distance
t Com cribs aro l ein;; built with
nidex and bottom mado of heavy wire
cloth, which proves to l>o especially ivoll
fitted for this purpose, an tho air pat ea
thu.ni-,!: M> cami; nnd rata cannot gnaw it.
A uitnilwr i f Mich instances nii^bt bf?
given to show tho w idesprcod use i-f ?ire
cloth, hut >' ii uunee T-sary. Two rather
strni-go means of utilizing it will ead our
illustration. One of theta la tho prepara*
ti? n of surgical bandages. It has been
fe raid thal for this pi'.rpo: o wire cloth
IT. . special merit, lt ia stiff, obviating
Mia usn of splints, lt is opon, ventilating
hi tia met] pru ts and allying irritation, amt
it can ls- conformed to any special shape
with little dhTiculty. Tho other method
$( using wiro cloth is ia tho manufacturo
Of collins. A Chicago cohTnmakcr uso?
??ire cloth 0.1 tho body of bia caskoLi, nil
la.; in a ci nu.nt which rapidly hardens
wa I forms un almost Indestructible ro*
uif lacie for tho dead, while it effectually
covers .md conceals from view tho ma*
wj?. i.J which In.hls il in i>!aco. - Iron Ago.
Musicians in Now Yetti*
Now Vork contain i about MO orehea
tral players onpablo of taking part in
musical porfbrnvancen of tho liigbcst
cl via, V.r. Thomas' orchestra at the fca
tival in tb" IJeventh regiment armory in
1833 contained noo players, nnd Dr.
DamroKch'fl of tho year previous 2r>0. In
both casca musicians wero brought from
other cilios, because it was. of course,
impossible to command tho services of all
tho capable players in Now York for
, tliceo monster occasions; but thom are
! tho number numtioned of Rood orche*
! tral musicians ht th? city. Counting all
tho members of military hands, theatrical
j orchestras, maker? of clanco munie, and
I o?hen In humbler walks of tho art, Hw
. musical population fis.U up over a.000.
It h doubtful whether any city In tho
worl 1 contain! eo ninny musicians aa
New Vork, or payn tho better <\nm of
diem BO well. Many mnko cufticlont
money during tho regular season of nine
months, from Sentomher lo June, to ena
1 Ie them to llOTOto tilt-summer to rest
and rc h .vat ion. Dozens of tho hading
players i. > to Qormony In tho Bummer to
i . . : lit tholr old hoinon, for tho vawt ma
jority of tho professional miliciana of
America aro German by birth, Nativo
bom Americans have not as yet como to
look upon i.un.ic as a means cf livell
1 booti.-New York Trllmnc.
r It ar roi
?ry Buisinoss or :
Choice, ItonHtodi At Trices Below Cc
ilnrd White KxlraC.,1
Vacuum Pan, Prima,} W lil 1)C Sold at t!lC L
tu. Nov/ Orleans N O t
Syrup, Molasses of Al
>er tf/, Burnside Bros.' Style of Bu
1 PROFIT, QUICE
[Mover, Popper and in fact everythi
od at the volttmnof ?JUT business, but I
Madam QIIAUL, of No
Miss Loila Wilke*, of I,*
Miss Sallie Elliott, of Lti
Capt. John W. Watt?, of
John N. ITudgcns, of Pei
We aro prepa.-ed to .[fer inducem
to ail who will favor us with a call,
cnn powlbly sell these those go^dn
AT GI LEERSON
-r'.,TT:"'"'"J"l."i1,l'ii"1 i. - . - ?*'*.'
rroii,Uc Judd's Sales. h
State o? South Carolina,
County of L\\ u r e H S , J?
( or KT OF PROIIATK, I J
Pursuant to jtldgm ?i If sale inff
I tin- following stated cases, I will j 1
sell at public outcry, at Laurens C.
IL, on Sale Day ?ti November noxt,I<
1 being Monday, the 7th ?lay of the j |
j month, tho property described in h
; each caso, upon the terms specified, ' ;
: to wit :
In tho 004*0 of Melmoth Flemin7, 1
! as Administrator of George M. |
i Fleming, doe'd, vs, Marv Simon-is
The Ilomostond, Traci No.l,con
i faining Two Hundred and Ki ft ecu ll
Acres, more or less, bounded hy j ]
I lands of John Lanford, T. A!. DC- | J
j shields and others, lying on both
; sides of Greenwood, Laurens, and
i Spartan burg Railroad, within two
j miles of Mountain -?boals. Upon I
I this tract is two good tenant houses. |
Tract No. 2, containing Ono Hun
dred and Thirty Acres, more or j
less, hounded by lands of A. V.
: Thompson, estate of Wm. M ?Us and
! Tract No. I, lying on both sides of
j said Railroad, near Mountain
1 Shoals, and within one mile of Ora
! Station. These lands ar*i well wa
I tc rod, fine bottoms and in a high |
I state of cultivation.
Terms-Ono half cash, and the
! balance on a credit of twelve
. month.?!, with interest from date.
: The porch isor to give tend and a
mort age of the premises to secure
credit portion, and to pay for pa
In tho case of Irby I). Pu tm an, ;
as Adm'r of Elizabeth Potman, do
ceased, vs. Peydon Rut man et al.
The follow ing described property, j
lying, being and situate- i i the
County and Stale H fore.-'a id, tu wit: '
I All that tract or parcel of land,
, containing Twenty-eight Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of
Martin Hiddle, J. M. Leake and |
Terms-One-half cash, and bal
ance on a oredlt of twelve months,
With interest front date, to be HO- j
secured hy bond of tho purchaser i
and morlgagoof tho premises, with j
: leave to the purchaser to pay the |
entire bbl in cash. PlircllASOr to
pay for pa pr rx.
rn the case of David C. Smith, a?
Executor of Joel W. Anderson, do
t cQr?sed, vs. Jane Marin Smith.
The following described property
of the estate of Joel W. Anderson,
! (ICOOased, lying, hoing and situated
'? in the County and Statu aforesaid,
! to wit:
j Tract No. i, Homestead, contain?
lng Two Hundred and Thirty-five
: acres, more or less, lying betwe-n
Long Lick Creek and Kahlin Creek,
; and bounded by said crooks and by
! lands of Mrs. Jane M. Smith and
Tracts No. 2, and i.
'Oract No. 2, containing Two finn*
dred und Ninety-eight aeres, more
or less, lying on both shies of Kaban
Creek, und bounded hy lands of
owest Market Paice.
ng to bo found In a first class G rom
low prices will bring the customer*
0 Boss I lat Trimmer,
incy Ooods Department,
ss-Ooods and Xotimi Department.
I ian rena,
'a Furnishing Oooda Department,
[jot?, Shoes and Hats Department.
outs in nach of these departraonti
Our prices arr rs ln\? wo
And di the fair thing.
rs, H. c.
-kinniel lt. Todd, Jnhn'l I, Wharton,
lane M. Smith und by Tracts No, ?
1 am! ii.
Ten t No. ii, containingT v
Ired and Thirty-five acres, ni re or
ess, lying on Kahlin Creel ac
Itoedy River, and hounded b\ I ti 1*
>f Samuel lt. Todd and by IYu< ; .
Xo. I, li and 4.
Tract No. 4, containing Tu < ;
Irod and Inirty-five acres. - - or
ess, (yin*/ulong Long Lie!
ind bounded by lands of Mn. Lim.? j
M. Smith, John II. Whsrb
Vndersoii, li. V, Wilcilt! ?:*.
Dunklin, Anderson ami 'ra .
SY?. 1 and .1. Plats can I eel
"Terms-One-half cash, mihi
m a credit of twclvo months ...
o te rest from day of sale. rho
purchaser to glV? bond ami n mort-1
rogo of tho promises to sccuro
trodlt portion, und pay for pupers.
A. W. Hf KN st DR,
Judge of Probate,
Hy virtue of authority vested in
LIM we will sell, on Sale Day In No
vember next, being the 7th day of
the month, nt Laurena C. IL, nt Iii
o'clock, or H s soon thereafter as i
possible, tho following property, be
longing to tho estate of Lemuel (I.
Williams, deceased, t o wit :
One tract of land, (No. I) situate
in tho County of Laurens and State
of SrUlth Carolina, containing 217
acre*., mors or less, bounded by
lands or J. O. C. Fluming,H. M. Nu
bora and tracts No. 2 and 3.
Tract No. 2, containing Itfl acres,
more or loss, bounded by lands of
.LO. C. Fleming, estate of J. II.
Fleming, do?cased, and Nos. I
Tract No. .% containing 178 acrcH,
mort? or less, bounded by lands of
Rutherford Hramlctt, Austin W.
Bramlett, Wm. H ryson and tracts
?Vb. I anti 2.
The laud herein described ia on
the lin J of tho tb, L. ?t S. Railroad
it mi the Spnrtnnhurg dirt road,
about four miles from Laurens C.
IL, known tia the L. (i, Williams
placo, V.ach tract hus tenement
houses ami is well Inproved.
Terms-One-half cash, balance
on u credit of one and two years,
with interest I rom dato, secured hy
bond of the purchaser and a mort
gage ?f thc premises. Purchaser
to pay for papers.
Partios desiring to purchase at
private sale should call on tho no
de, a'.gned before Salo D?y in No
Plats ran be aeen nt the oftlco ol
O. F. Mo.HF.I.EV,
Ti. H. HnooKH,
Jons W. LlTTI.K,
F.xr's est.-.to of L. G. Williams.
Commercial 0c!1ege *12SS&Z
oY#-r all ..ii. . * .
?I IM *?WM'a il ??.Ulan, f.'t Sj-ium ..I Uimk.l.. . . ;., * .
lum iul !lii.lniMKilnmll?n. UDO? ?ira*?. . . i. nv ..
?.?a. io r.A.hrMeinr.loye.1. ??.I ?fr ?I I Hnatrira* ( ?oi-.r.
Ul. I.illnk' Tm I inn. Statlnnr .>' in.I nyilil. ?Inn.I ? I?.I. M Ml.
Ma?4, T?r'HHtla? amt Tfl.rn,>, ai-KlMO?*. r,.
ntl?*. ??Ur fc-w. Hm?, air. ,l??r*?U?v4 ?M?, . ! .
..rcuUn aJ-lrc.? W. II. SMITH, I m't.lxjUaVii; -?? '?ja
ASH Tells "tin? Tale, So
V York Cronin, Fancy
" '. Primo
i sell more CiieoHo
Hl UH any ] louse in town.
SEED OATS, R E, 8AF?2.EY.
awing nnd Smoking Tobacco, Ci gu rs mid Cigarette of all Oration
VVO?t market price?. Soup! Soap!! Soap!!! Don't fail to ox
? our stock of .Soup, a* wo will save you money,
j have Canned Goods, of every description. Cundios.
Crackers a Specialty,
?ry Store, nighest prices paid fo
A Houelioki Word in the Land,
From the Mountains to
the Sea Shore.
PIONEER OF LOW PRISES.*
Our mammoth F.stabltahmont Pilled with tho .. ost Kleganl
Goods fi nm tho Best Manufacturers in tho Worlds- American an<?j
Po rollen Ooods.
Thu masses wliich crowd our store daily, eagerly purchasing bar
gain -. and %o -.wny delighted, is truly et: lifying.
v\ i to-day Hie most completo establishment in South Caroling
Fin? Ooods and Oentit' Clothing and Furnishing Onad*,
display to the purchasing public $100,000 Stock, which ty
. doubled our sales this season for tho moo th of September.
ie doing tho same for tho month of OctoSor.
.V t- -if in the Dry Ooods and Clothing Business to stay. Wc would
r itber at the bend ot our establishment than of any other businos.i
In thy '-ato.
' KI yunis Dross Ooods,in different styles, nt .r>o.
pieeos Crepe effects in Drees Ooods ut half wool.
-i pieces half wool Dress Ooods 82 inches wide, at I ?Sc. worth 18c. and
21 pieces 30-inch Flannels ttl 2~>e.
40 pieces -lo-inch Tricots, at .If -
Kl piece.-; .Ybiuch Flannels, one week Dilly, at ."iOc. p.T yard.
36 pieces 51-Inch Tricots, all thc now shades, 81)c.
27 pieces Slin k Silk, from an importer's forced sale, 10c, 77c, 92c, $1,
$l.i>3. $1.40, $1.60.
I Now, If you intend buying n Black Silk this season, examino thlt,
line. If you live out of tho city send for ??ampios,
a pieces Black Moire Silk, ni $I.12.J
61 pieces Black and Colored Velveteens
-131 ELC^L Goods
To this stock wo will give spocial attention and our lines aro com
plete Wo will display Monday IO pieces Slack Cashmeres.
Luton's all wool, 48 inches wide, worth $1.00, at OOc, f?0c, 69c.
In this Department our stock is very attractive, .100 dor.cn Misson
Hose, regular rando 12Ae. worth '2.r>c
A special sale Monday 2.3c .No. ti to No. 8.J, worth moro rooney.'
See our line at lue, and ."ei,
7 1 dozen hallies' lioso, solid color.-?, white feet, regular tn ad o
at 25c., 2?C. They would be cheap at 8 pairs for $1.00,
We propuso doing business nnd will make the prlco to do it.
JL IL M?i?liM?llili? ?@
Columbia, S CJ
For IJATJ K,EJ3STi3
Wholesale and Kjetail
Ibis space belongs to MI NT FU ?A JAMIESON, who have bougbJfc
very largo stock to supply their w hoi ?KM Io trade, and having boug
largely to supply their wholesale trade, it ofcotirse, enables them
give inside prices to their friends who buy at retail, if you will <.?
amine their prices you will be convinced t hut ?hey can save you mon
MINTER & JAMIESON,
I AUKENS, H. C.
I M.?: y ?v, l?87 Xin-ottl