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gsg-l % I'kk-i^ent G bevy's i?3tt'.rht<*r h:;s . '
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ja-il tmi^ript? oiie of the jfovermiu'M
n*tai*he?. ri-j??;riisir i:: the nntVenrhy 11
j*> amine cl M?>iisrt*ui* Phjiv'I YViLmmi.
Aimzri: weighs t\v?> Imm'.reil :ui<\. ;
i , t. ..... .
fc..ren pouitus niiii uavut wuvw tnree, j
J ii:nlri-il and hi'iiMMi. Five humlr^l ]
&:ul.!:.irty ix.iunU of 3c?l. between ihe . i
VriT?-?t i>tu!C> a:?d nnnrcuy. i i
i>. v:d f) \vr> refuses t<> sav whether ;
ill ?;?j::k>st Gorham or not r.ml! j
* -?lii panics have postponed thi> i?
1 ::;>rty qttesifon by r?>ntitt::inj? Clerk !
JSh-.-'jvV. a i>eui<.?c;i?tr acting werefci-;
?:*' V _ i
^ UK rvw.t liedlaui i> of English
, .: In 16*7 v-slj.i>liKhe(i
tir-s lcr>?:ic sfv !u:n, ami vailed it;
I:e:i?Iehe?i; v. hivh wus ??>on >m>r?en^d
iiU? ;<edtam. and Im< a:ne the syntj-j
lur ;n?:x?* ;;?u' iii?c:n\Icr .
'lav the irennfe or-< (
|iitsria?tS :i dt-silkx'k on Thursday ove: ! i
tie VYiiivyiil; t*t" the : UypuMinui post- j J
r^trr ui Lyechbtirjr to make way for | ,
v Utx-djnsrcr. TJic* Jiepuoiiraus ulKtn-1 \
tuvV.in* the !?ei?l.'and; the S*MV?te ad-'
i; Ariiutr at liU-rty to I <
tiV removal after the 5k*tiuttr ?
m- x iniins. ' *
Tiik Coniiccticnt KY^iment has ' e n j
*<>-V&4'h*.>Tori, and their.recepiiun wa<
-Avft iv&lSiiir t!;e- pcov?trl>?.i h?>spiia!i**
oft Ik: t>ky by the ^-ea. Kveryt
.mjjj t timet! out to ilo them honor.;
?- they nv.!?ni.Uu?.i?'ihi-y will be 1
:. '?: ;< !! thi?ir people that t!:c S.?uth S
ki^tws ilw *Siite:>?ive betw?v:i a ;
gwL-v ^ ?rti)<vri> ir^nftotiJjiu a::<? a corrupt
r-;rjK*t-j?a^-^}T. I 1
!f tjji: Uendju<ter> decide to enter ji
v.:jo:: the v? aruuth. tht 'I >emoerats will ?
?V?- *o hin? li^jptnlus :ii:<i .
v ..rwr to rK: their r-1?4>;>tiiiir- Xe thor 1
? .. .. fc^sort^xueu :m tlu* ):mti eouhi nit Ma-'t
Tiie renojriule Senator i< ?o {
Jp ?.= rlmt everyiLing about him t
?--ii be s?jf2i through e.Xt-epi hi< politic-, :
s- ;vi even they are thin indeed. t
</OSKl.lN?i lil vwav.s h;u a handv trick i j
jf sick alnmt .m vh'Clion time. (
v :?*:i he uoe^n'1 care about the IJejuib- ^
l-.-aii ticket. He may really be ili: but ,
1.. iliiicss wiiii-s opporiuuely r.iul
JT 1 jvc.x the hull-breeds to elect tlwir j
J 1 the:u-e?ve?. Close observer? say
? election will be close in New York.
: v ihii ;rit\ :nuv not be two thou- I
. . . :
i either way. It" Kelly doesn't:
j;ive aw iv the party :\sfnin it will score i j
% .... y. He hasn't strength enough j j
j aiythinjr but io Leep other Demo- j j
*.?:? rroia \vi:t:?i!!:r. j ,
V.sAlOVnnsoii Moicgax has been 11
i<- hy the Senate as ix-cretary ; a
? . the Treasury. ile is seventy years I t;
? { and rery iieerej;i?. but a gentSe-: i
i .i? ??r high ittt grity mid n jjfooti i1
U. iiiificr. Oi>vert:or Morgan, years V
rxr-?. <fave Arthur a start: hence his j ?
2jw-?:<? po>ition. The rot of the; v
v-jiaei. except MaeVeujjh. wii! proha- i'
3/jk 5^?sj:j their places audi the regu- i a
. j- r -:r<t?c>a. >iu(-v eajrn m. i:iicn*cjy ; n
gr- - ?iuui Lui? r<'fn*-<?s- to ht? : >
' 'ii-?3A??u ;o Arthur <>r to snare in the , u
< - MaseYviwrh it .was who started i a
a .? jirosecitiiuiis (;t* the Star i'oute i <!
Lw has this ilory. He i:ii?rlit' d
jjt' \ i .iiiv j&brii? them. so lie retires with ;
i..- jecscut faurels. j il
V-iSSYLWAXi v i> in a mild political! *'
jf. i?aar?f- Tike Democrats have bren j.
v so badly in the past few ; j(
tteut tlie Kepnbi:can>expeetcd ;
<"S^.?c?k-?v?*r in November, so the Ic-.-uP^.
h ? '. -*- ti^go: iSivir prudencc and pur np a .
* i^:u5c4i oian. :.mi one identified f
i. s;any t'nnds. lor treasurer1^
*\ uuveniMi Stilte .Senator Wolfe. the ^
anii-eorruption leader! 0
**>AhtrLn?ilvi~ Republicans. held u eor?- j ^
7*?s<iittJt?i"ojie atul iiomlnnied himself; ,
_ -?>-jxc. ilae piaee. The organs luiVhed at!
Li::;, tail h\> canvas* lias been sitvijror-; ^
cu> iiail ;i i< thought nothing can pre
lent ji*? *d?xTio? of the Democrat ;
*kr ,<u^h lltrpabJie.ai divisions. Wolfej
*-sj<rct<> lo put tl*r fini>hin:r blow toi
tUe jcaeron-israat inllucnee in Fenn- ;
>iiv;iaiA d;i>-f.dJ.
?? ? . A new paper ha< been started in . o
V in^ton ea!ie-l the A.ucriont tl
7 fuller Pr.'?!n ??'-? fiwr rh?>f ? n
, . w
Alex. Steplieus and Lamar arc :?
said u> ix- Hjnunir it7? ia:tiui?cr>?, its ]*
Itejiiiici-xcy jaw] shouVihgT
**' ucf<?T ^jxiTcU^n^ri-frr 1
u Oc unqutsii'jiied- ll w?U aim to tl
5*: philosophic a;;*i stau^nmulikt'. ?<
I t>uvh aii exponent of lV'iuocvutio prin- ; t
:s U^.' <?? the first; c.
Siawu&TS oniw ttegistct' jrives the I Jo-: 1?
oUctfora: oi* Ibio. which ; < >
\.?>ithl esi>i!y bc? i&isiafccM (Ik* a fA'iim- ! o
4-f^iic platform pre>e:?r day. lie-j v
vuh&eu&istt: h:is lutrtUv unv-i ti
Jr"* * * I
, laimr i.u *xmnnt?ii ?/i:h the Republican* ?
i-iii <*i" Steward Ha>3 Lincoln. TIkn* ; 1
worthies uitett lhAv eyes c?u2<j : h
tooy 2^ur or i-ogrvu or Ursujt i E
'N c ;?
'it2>vjfr* ?J? lfte ~Xzws uhd Cottri-!
,-f7 c" **ii>??i:utcs2iy \htilit** * slate Mte-.iT j
Iinuiv- Si* C4&>im4 liaiwixl] {hat two- i ^
tL-mls s?f lht> |)*m*>e?*atic -Senators ?j>- ^
ftv!>in! the .select ton of UayartL bat that i y
- ciiv^ifd tUe oiS't- it* a right ami it j M
u-as rehsdatttiv cmicetJt** !t? him. We ?.
v ituxiM '!' (. .. ' ii-irf-c'M ( j<?<uiul
?ycll; J*>r the riia??c nn.uc by biin is in-. ^
| v-rtjsi^rnt with Senator Ikyartl'* whole* i ?
. \ Kxt:rti. in which he bus *bow? hiinsclt,
?.i?i?raixrly oblivious t>f personal a^r-1 M
in his political course. t?
1* is ifcat the Georgia Senators tj
!i??i iSayani iu their way. benec Mm? },
sttacks on hit:i by soiiss; new? s|
The Augnci Chrv*i+t* is an ^
. :uh;iirero!'!ia\?;ri{. b;:< the ( 'ootirtti- : ^
*"tian hns jurule seventl riUgrarcJai at- t.
upon I t>e <. u s>:tinc :t
^ much brtjpr ami h;;.ri*cr paper iu every '
way the Constitution. though
Cok'iH*! 11, iii his Washington ' n
oorre^poiuiriiee. does *ret a little oft" a
B h: h:.> ptHirics sometime*. : ..
Tlie Scnice Loctrine Revived. 11
S^-rvtarv i'.k.li:c I:as rvsui rertrtl t'se" n
c!(i M??Jir-e ?i.:?-tr:".:e which hy?l l;*vu'ti
qu:e!h.vJ;?*i.<?i:ijr m'uiv the ira\ ii
wliv ii iiexi??e isiT4i I lie Kuro{>cr?u v
couMrvs 1*? umiersiami that no jiai t j a
^--of Asirf3"icu slnnild t^i-roilVr be sni>- ; r
u* Hrilis'.i Ciii<Mi3Z3ti?>n. When j w
. M'nyttfr^:.u attempted to l'uuntl an ;'1
luf :-: i" 1:: SCcxiCt# lite X'riUxl Sidfr* * : ji
4i??? -*>v" iu:ttu?> iiitf atieJniir,^ t<?:?.
ii; .mti Ist^-iaa* -tunl i
- - -h; * ?'. - ?W ?>..u f
m?re inan one opporiuiiiiv oj iemu;r
titn to be ofl'.
iJe Lesseps* fcheniP of di?rsfin<jr a
anal Aero** the Isthmus t?l* Panama
ms furnished the pretext for Secret ar\ j
Maine's manifesto. He has no objee-;
ion to t!ie eanalVand he deems it ofj
.inrauiount importance that this canal ;
>e neutral ami open to all nations; but '
he point he makes is that the United j
>;ate? have hound themselves by treaty !
a itii the United Sintes oi' Colombia to ;
ieeuiv this neutrality: and that Euro-;
>ean nations have nothinjr to say about '
it. We will not ?ufler England and
Fran.*." to enter into a compact of;
:?euti-aHty. because this would be!
ecojjrniziijtf their ri?rht to interfere in;
American questions.
The .great European Powers have re
[>catedly united in ajrreemetrts.- s'ueh a- ;
ruaraniees of neutrality :touehin$r the
political condition of Si-ates like Lux-!
mburj*. Belgium, Switzerland and 1
jari* ot the Orient, where the localities '
erere adjareut ??r where the interest-:
molved concerned them nearly and
leeply. Recognizing tluse facts, the
I'nited Suites has never off-red to fake
luirf in Ktii-li !itrrcwti(?i'<i !>! tn mciLi
my supplementary to
rlwm. While thus observing the ricrt*t-X
neutrality with respect to eompli:::?ions
abroad, it is the h?n?f settled
:onvict:on of this government th:it any
xtension to our shores of the political
system by which the (j rent rowers
?ave eonf roiled and determined events
n Europe would be attended by danger
to the peace and welfare of this
in; ion.
Secretary. Blaine. add* that this irovjrnnient
desires peace with all the
.vorld, as is shown by her small army
md navy; but it must i>e understood
iat Europe must keep on her side of
;!ie fence.
Thi> letter will not cause a quarrel, j
is nobody cares much to fight at this '
ime.
Dres* Reform in Eneland.
That woman rule* the world has'
f>een acknowledged. but that
.voman's caprice in dress is a most
jotential factor in determining the
ndustrial status of a nation has not;
reuerally been sufficiency recognized.
\ striking instance of this truth is
urnished b;? reference to British statists.
In 1*70 the number of sheep in
he I'nited Kingdom numbered about .
hirtv-one million, and in four vears ;
hey ha<l almost incredibly inc:eased
o nearly thirty-live million. or a milron
a \car. Now. instead oi' reaching
orty million the number ha* diminish d
to only thirty million. The revenue
rojn wool ha.? fallen otl" ;tI^o about !
iftv per cent., or twenty-live million
iollnrs. <o that the entire wool trade
s luniru:siun?r. The greatest fall in
lire has been on h>ujf or "lustre"
vool. The explanation of this is that I
ijjht or ten year-* :itro lustrous woo!;
'lothfc vvt'i* nlmost miiver^nHv bv .
English women, and ton large extent
?y Indies of other conn trie.-. Since'
374 the French ladies have adopted
lose lilting. clinging varments.* and
liscarded iirlti.-h st ulfs fur. a sombre ,
,nd dull material principally of French
nan ulact tire. Not long after English
adie* were found following the ia*b-.
<>h and attiring themselves in foreign !
iibries. to the abandonment of lu?trous
[ariaents and the annihilation of Ilriti-h
*
cool manufacturers. Mills arc now
rile, woo! has fallen to half its price,.
nd llie pe**j?!e are 'clamoring about
iard tin?esr??<l all because a certain;
tvleof fabric is ureseribed _Uv _iadii\sj.
iffaSfilolK 'il*' poorer ctasses have
lso discarded w*x?:en fabrics and
!re>s in showy, rissubsiaritinl !
Iv.*'m mixture of all sorts of Jnateri.il.
A movement is now on foot in
lon uuder the lead of La**y Bi'trtive '
nd several members oi the. !*oyai
"amily to return to old lusfroo^ ami
British fabrics. A number,of dre*sunfcers
ami tailors have .-joined ih?'
loveuwnt. ami it is njrain becoming
minium U? see ladies in ail grades of;
i?eieiy weariujr alpacas, mohairs a;:u ;
her fabric <>f the lustre type. T)w,
eforxn wii! al.-o embrace the use vf
>eotch and 'ri^h MulT*. The movement
U the part of these ladie> ?.s wise and
arriotic, ami '.hey will he fully repaid '
f they ajrain sefc an important branch
f I?riti?h industry ayain revived
[trough their efi'.?rts.
m?i g? ? j
The Confederate Boad Craze.
The for Confederate j
as reached Wiim.vboro. and on Satnr-:
ay tin* bank wa.- ottering six dollars :
thousand for them for parties in
ther cities. It is difficult to diagnose
liis Ik?iu1 mania. Certain it is tluit
either the Federal goveriinaent nor
ny of the Sou then:, ro-^,",oinat-; imf
ay anyth; uie. b*"1 u '"' CUM"
ArUsyi^''11^ Contederate debt.'
>ne explanation is that at t!ie close of;
10 war a dej?o>it was left by tin: ("on derate
government in the IJank of
Ingland. 'which has ween-staled dilleriitly
at m>m one to trn million dolirs.
more probabSy the &>ri:ier amount,
ii?itt Britain otFered to turn the money
ver to the Federal go?<*rnment pres ided
it u ouid also ;i>.-u:ui? tl? iiabilies
due to British. !u?re$ers?an offer
rhich Uncle .Sam declined to consider,
'he money is still in the Bank of Jblng- ;
md. Mr. Jeiterson Davis will visit;
Intr'and soon. and. ex-.Seeretarv .Jenia- '
tin ^already there, amVso?*>e say an ]
Hurt will be; ina*V either ti> luirejheni;
[lowed to draw ?be mo:wy -as. "sur-;
ivor*r . as il were', or else lo ^rs t the I
;ri:i>b Courts to apportion the money t
tit anmn^ Confederate bondholder?.:
l* mvr live IuuHin.il miUio?*.in .boiuU
itire ivjritimately issued and heaver?
nous how many more forged. the.;
(iance of rrslizing anything much
osu the deposil :i? the Hank ofInland
i- absurd in tire tf.xtrnne.
Another theory is that speculators
rant someiiiii:;* to jpimWc upon, ami
lat worthless stock is as ?00,J as anyijiiijr
else for that purpose. Cerinin
r.erly worthies* II >:kHnm.s bonds and
iii*h other wild-eat >eeuri!ies Ii:tvcitii
made U> realize something reeeut
y in some way l>y l?riti>h :
rs?; ami as these eapitali>!s arc very
tdlihle, the Confederate boml bait is
*ed to entch fhen* with a?-iiti*.
Financial \V:inor< predict that efter
while a pu!>U?: meeting will begotten
pat Richmond or somewhere t? > talk
bout re<3e< mini: then* botids; ihat
i?i.> will bo announced \vith flourish ??t*
rassipcts to .John 1'nll. :nfd that ;?il the
ronfcless (."onfcdt-raU; b;>n?!s will l>e
nloadol :.cr?>> * the water "at an
uliiiiieiy ?mall price, il may he. bul at
Jiuturh r?> be better than nothing. We
profits having bonds to ?vt '
id of them a* the craze '.vi!i ?um>ii s abide,
and tin-y will be w orthless jt<rain.
'he.y may remain h. while r.t present
rices: 'hej ;k?v <n? up-to ten or tlfre:i
dolir.i>\ ??r t&ey r.iay drop to noth- '
.- Z in a ?ia\ . I>o:.?ih*>!df.r.-ran w-ei^I: '
l.c cLiuvt.* iwi iliv;:.<s.-Jves>. . V. hafever :
\
. i
i* given will be a purely fancy price.
HHtl we cat)!iot undertake to gausri! Ih?*;
caprice or gullibility of the would-be r
purchasers. .
- I
tiie~i.ti:ys law. \
1:r Mor-.il, Social und K- JIjclon? Aspect.
111. While the greatsecret of indi-|
vidual prosperity is self-reliance. the j
Lien Law encourages and cultivate* :i j
lisjvo?itioii to iflv upon others. Giv-j
iiijr m lien is in sotue respects like buy-1
ing upon an open account. We all j
know how .prone we are to buy what
is not really necessary. simply because
we can- ?rct it on credit, hence ir:o?: j
people llnd their account at the close!
of the > ear larjrer than they expected.'
however just it mavbe. Trupheiurends;
j ...... I
to pay. but his reliance is not upon
what.-In* has made, so much as it is
upon his nam*', upon (lie merchant and i
what, lie may do i:? the future. The |
a^regate of individual prosperity constitutes
national prosperity, and indi-'
vldual firosjM'rity must be i:i propor-;
tii?n ux a man relics upon himself, not
merely in respect of the future, but at |
tic.? present. While the Lien Law ex-.
i?5sthe idea that we ne?il not be so!
very careful about i>rovhiin?r this year
tor the next, for we can jrive a lieu j
next spring and irct what we shall i
nee?l. will have more or le?s influence !
??;?! \\*p milli?ipti to '
I'" 1"?1' - -
stand alone, before we can prosper? |
we mud Irani (?> walk without holding!
to something. When a y< inter mini m:?r- j
ries. and lives for a lew of the first !
years ot} his relations, he is seldom of
any aeeount. I In-lieve if onr people
were driven by the abolition of qhe
I.ie'n Law and the whole credit system
lo relv njHjn themselves they would
soon /cum to provide their own supplier
for the next year. In the davsof:
our prosperitv the question was, who
ean keep out of debt? Who can borrow-money?
Who ran pve a .lieu?
Qner?yllow lonsr lx'fore a farmer,
pay!nir at the rate of 90 per cent, per
annum on hi> supplies. will be able to
<)f > 11 If !1 lion V
IV. If s social influence, though gen- i
crallv unobserved. exert* a t?'iliii?r i
power upon us in sill the relations of
ixl*-. (a) It. unmans the man. It j
leads him to Ioom: confidence. to certain
extent. in himself. He feels much j
more like a slave working for others.'
than a free man working for himself, j
Howei'er honest one's intentions imu
he. we :t!l know the difference between "
working t?> pay a debt for what has!
already been consumed, and working;
to get lneiiey to buy whatever we may
need. The frame of mind is different.:
.however just the'debt and however!
honest our intentions, (b) Then in j
proportion as we io-e confidence in
ourselves, others (even our families) :
# /?!? <1 i li?l\cti- III IU T!n? 11 * W" ! T11 * 91 '
# i
'of our county, who raise Ihcnr o;vn ;
supplies-and give no liens. (as is the j
ease now. with some living in tin; I
northwest corner of our county.) are;
considered ajtnonir ihe safest and most
solvent men wo have. Their word is 1
generally their bond, and. if for the I
sake of temporary convenience, (not 1
for the want -of money) they desire !
credit. ot:r inerrhante would give it
them without any other 1?oim*. than their
word. In tact, the whole lien system
implies either a doubt of a man's;
veracity, or a doubt of his ability to
pay. A man who raises his own supplies
is a freeman, and merit.-, and gen-!
......iu- ....... i,;..-1
n m u iiiv 411
neiji'hliorj!^ (c)- Ucinjr in debt, lias' an i
almost imperceptible and yet a power- i
t'n 1 influence upon our disposition. It I
often prevents that cheerfulness ih-cos- ;
sary to the enjoyment of life. It iren-1
eralJy renders our disjw?hiiui to a k
jrrea; extent sour and morose. This!
often leads to an unkind word or ai? |
unkind answer, and this is often the'
tir-t step to a whole series of troubles
eh her in our families or with our
neighbors. r Many dun't believe this,
but ii is because-they do iK?t look into
it. Hut it is true. Our disposition^
has.-much more to do ^vith: unr. l'W'-'' ...
.u. t ;/lTH,y ?l4t) most pt;i-?inr*-:
are aware of. 'Ifftriy;' doubt this, he-J.
need oidy look around him and ask j
what dispositions succeed, and what j
fail. This point ("e") is not a little
matter, but a {Treat oue. (iivat because
treat results How from it. If it be
true that by established Jaws ..treat
things jrrow out of lit: It: ones, then, by
noces.-ary sequence-, those little things
areirreat.
Oue more number. Messrs. Editors.0:1
niv last Ooiiu. ami then 1 >h:til !
tij:;iik those who have, read the-e :xrti- j
oil s, and a?k pardon of those who have ;
not. 15. F. C. i
Another rommanltntion on th? !??!?)? Sub |
J' ct -A Krply to Mr. turicj's >ecoii<l Art J :
cIf.
J/trust's. JCdiforsI have for several j
yrr:Ts born opposed to the Lien j
In C:ct, I had a conversation with our ;
much esteemed Senator two yeais . ajro |
abi>ut the evil tendency of the law. J '
was. tin.-ret ore, particularly anxious to j
read Mr. ('orley's No. 1. arter that j
irrand flourish of a preamble which an- :
nounceu uitii cnisiiors ne expert- >
fd in his next. Well, sirs, when No. 1 J
appeared I felt as if a whole barrel of.
cold water had been emptied o i me at j
once. .Allow trie to ::sk Mr. C'orley j
one arithmetical conundrum. If hej*
ptirchitsetUgjgi^yV.nc ,?t< re for one j
; gireun !l ac /*:er '
dollar, and found out one hour ;
X . 5;.' *
that lie could get the st\ le of hut from*^
anoti er merchant- for seventy-live ;
cents, would hernultiply the ditlcren-e i
twenty-five cents, hy the difference in !
iitc time?sixty minutes, ami then by j
twenty-four and :s?rain hy three hit;dred
aiid sixty-live, to determine tin- ;
interest lie paid one merchant in ex-;
,t.tl... ...... '
lA'.V Wl ? m: v? iw (iu; *>wn- ;
trary noi wirhMuwim*?. I cansrot help j
thinking thar jmmsdiis who reason in ;
tl.i- \v??y have ?ot the cart belore the
lior.se. A lien account is a transaction ;
f .r a\ ear's, supplies. Its usual"' dura-1
lion i- about ei ,r!4. mouths. The aver- i
aj:e time. theret'orr. for which the mcr- j
eiwMi will erhnrae an extra i>ercent. on
hisjroods wjfl {)<; four . mouths. . The i
per cent. usual I v -charged in excess .of 1
cash {trices, is about twenty-live. Now
the twenty-fit e per cent. additional is;
not a monthly interns* to be inntoipHed
by twelve todetenuine what interest
a tar?prr t?yv p.ny if he jrol some of his j
roods. one month prior to the expira-!
lion of hi? lien. It is simple twenty- "
five per cent, over cash pritvs for the
rime extended- and risks taken, aud - i
not dtic un.it November 1st. The.
merchant.t;so:U$v pays one per.cent, j 1
per month for money.to do this kind ol '
business. He extends an average cred-. 1
it of tour months to the farmers. The ; ,
money he uses, therefore, costs him ! (
.our per. cent. I )?*tluct this from fwon- . ,
ty-tlve per cent?leaving twenty-one ,
ner rent.?and von have the mercluuit's j
profit. He has to coiled the trholc ;
arnotmt let o?t. lie {135. further. to
loose nothing 011 cotton taken in payment
ut hen'., il ye doesn't attend t(? i
hoih of these pretty eIo>ely. the twenty^ 1
tn-.f per rent . and likely some mort-i*
gajred property will go where the:'
woodbine twinetli.**
1 am still, however <vyt>o?ed to the ,
Lk-n Law. even with Xo. Istarinif me ,
in the face. 1 believe i: to be a htiphxz
z:ird way oftloinir business. I believe
i! engenders carelessness; and <*are!e< wess
is the parent of l::zines>. I believe
t>ur labor is rapisitv iweroniinjr worth- :
?< >>. I belieur worst ?>i'ail. that our
lauds are not worth within tueuty-fivr ;
per n nt of \\ hat they wrre five years ;
am>. i'nvni. i
"TEACilKZi' W'TCXYKI*."
T\TAXT?D. a Male Teacher for the
* ' w hite School in Horeh Tow^t
sN:iv. The'vclv.ioJ Will be kept <">p?-.u
eiiiht. or nine month?. during the year.
Salary.?:# per month, with boini-'.
Applications mnst be sent in by I>ec?*inbir
1st.
1*. M AOik, * S. W.-WrtC '
('. I!. S<T???s. Andkk.-on,
... ?' L'o?:":i:iMeV.
m>v i-.ilm i ' 1
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i ||?? ill! ? 1 1' iinnm mm i ?i
Mothers*! Mothers I I Mothers ill j
Arc you r.n<l bro!:?n '
of jijcr r'**t Vjta hick child hiifTcting and i
cryhjji'with the- excrucin'in^ Tsin <>f cut |
tiiiiittoth? If K? ?t vnce and ,jf?t a |
bottle MJvS W INSLOW'S S0OTH.lX<L !
?Yi:TT. It will relieve the j>ot lirtl** j
mff'-rcr immediately-dipped. tij*on . it: !
th<>re i* no u-ii-tnke ft!?>i;t it There js
n,?? ? mother on e*rih who h?s evf?r ns-d i
i.. v.ho will not Ml you nt oace that it ,
will regulate tbe bowels, iaid give rt-nt to.;
t!i?> mother. f.nil reli-J ani health to the j
cliilil. operating' mapc. It is.pertVirtly ;
nrff to riHO in nil vrv?-k. stn l ]>b-:wmt to
tiit* Tiiste. ;in<i ! ?>ttits pprs?rij'tion of
of tin* oMwt r.n<l best t*in?.le .ph\>ici.in?
ami ntirs?s in the "Unit'* t States. Sohi~
overvv.-h.-re. & bo.'tle.
<loo 13-x'y \ ;
A* Coiiffh, ColdorSor<' Throat sl?nuhl .
he so]>i??<1. N?glvi*t fr-vii?ntlv r-Fitlts.
in !?.n Incurable IjltJ!JT.I)isc;i.s<* of- Coil- :
sumption. Browjrs lirnin ltinl Trocli< <
aiv. cortain to sriV^ rcIiH'in /sthihh
Broiu'hirK rouslis. 0;*t;ml!.('on-siiuiptjv.'
and Throat J)iscu$<s. Fur
thirty years the Troches hare be.'n reeoia- r
ui c n.teil bv j>li> sici.'.ris. ?ii.l nitfavs j;iv? '
perfect Kitihtftftion. -They are not lu-w
or untried, bnt bavin.; been tested by
will.' -Jii'l eonst.int u?r lor nearly iin entire.;
g.*n?riuion, they have j?ftain?tl weil.mer
ifi"l nink nmon^ the f>w ?tv:ilr r~in??lie< j
of the age. PtlMie kt'I'.H an>l sltt?r- !
CI'S use tliem to clftuc-an.l strenjf b'-r th> '
Xti!:l .it /.'? .c^uts .'t box i r?*rv
*vlu*ie. . .... dec 13-aly ;
: SALS if
AND FEE]) ;STABI.ES.j
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AVJXN.sr.OK0. S. C., Sept. 1,1SS1. .1*
LOOK OUT! |
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THOSE INDEBTED TO THE UX- j
DEKSIGXED. KXOWIXfJ TIIEIK r
NOTES FALL DUE OX THE FIKST
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OF OCTOI5EK, WILL P1OTAEE
TO MEET THEM. AS IT'LL PAY- ;
MEXT WILL HE KEQUIKEI). UX-i
LESSFLTITIIEIi aKKAXGEMEXTS :
AIJE MADE, THOSE IIAVIXG !
THEJli NOTES CAE I'I EI) OVER j
FIJOM LAST YE All WILL MEET!
!
Til EM PROMPTLY. AS I WILL!
FOi:CECOLLE(TIOXS OX THEM.'
A. WILMFOm j.
~~ WE DESIRE I
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TO CALL ATTENTION TO THE I
FACT that our
' STOCK OF GOODS " .
is now opened and ready for irispcc- i
speetion. Eaclj department will .be
found ;; J
FULL AND COMPLETE;.\
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Our Goods are all of the "Best I
Qu.yi.ty^.and ^.Jm^CiKSnumiisoB j
bo{fi in price and'<x,ualijy witli 0%' ,'j
ANY OTHER STOCK 3.
^All sales guaranteed as represent- |
i
ed. . \ " [
No trouble to show goods, and an .
inspection ' ' ' !
E/ITQ-IJESTB3D.
McMASTKK. DRICK & KETC1I IX. |
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oot 15 '
TUTT'S
PILLS I
INDORSED BY
PHYSICIANS, -CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. |
THE GREATEST MEDICAL I
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS.OF A j
TORPID LIVER; j
loss of appetite.^ftusea.bowels eoatiro,
fo-n'm theHoAa.vrfthndull sensation in
the back'piirvPairi unaler the shoulder- }
blnderfulinoits after eating, with ajdisin^Hnntion
to_exert:onj)f_body orjnind,
ci.ptab_ilit.7_of tamper ."Low ypirtts.^XyOfa j
Irr/ie'mory, with ft feeling of narihsSpeg- j
ofrtd ?b'rae"duty;, wariness." IKzzinftM. :
lecturing of th* Heart.Dot* before tne i
I lattb.aJloV""^krn,' Beadach?7^ cat^a*- j
e7fes. Y Sighl? coTopsH'tJirinej.
nessat nigBi/^-TTfQSABEirNHZEDED, !
IF THZSE Wre nr'-- ' PFn
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL^U^TeUE; to j.
TINTS FILLS ?r?*o?p??el?tlj-adA|>tc<t2e . j
Mich rasM,onp<!o<p tlTort*nurhkctixni j
of fetlin; a* to n?inuli>b tht mffrrrr. *??? ' :
Th?ty Inrrrnst* tb* A?p*lllf, and o*u?<* tJU ' .}'
IhtIj- :o T?k? on Klinh. thus thr *y?(Mn ' ?-!.
nonrlthrtf.aptl byjitrirToairArlloa<ni ll> " !
bl(r*tlT? IVvti'nrftluoit are vrt. -t
Ttlrif 'JS ov-utv . fiXrrrnr Wi.. X.T" ' !
TUJPS HA!R DYEt $
Gkav t?? ? ?Ln?v ;.
fir,^ "I*"*!* inr'l'-atlon of tin* I>Yt~ It.
imiifiruf *. hSWrai cotor/jK^Jiuts&Wmwusly., (
ori^ithtrj^r^Mrrwlpt ct fi.
f I
eai wOl he tulkd TiLZt !??.7 [ ! *
^'xOT'iei-:. t
WE respectfully-w'-jiM those inrlrM- .
ed to n<t" lor f'r>-.i<iohs ><r Gnaso j>
:o call at once n i >< fctle lor'the snuic. It
We want nioner to pay ikbts eofl'tntct*<? (t
for the very Minif snppHes, most of' whieli j
?ill be duo ou and before tbt* Hist of next j
month. . j.
We must meet o?;r debts promptly, and :
r? fl.inlr in' tlir> litwii'nt condition of til' i
onxitry that it will i>* to the iut? r<-st o. '
?i;h AD'l.rviTV fmc ?f ks to son that our'!.
sniiVrs no injury.
IvnowJU;* onr wn fwl thrtl !
rou will res?iii?nd without -tt-lftv.
UEATY A BjIO. *. *
oct 1-fxlni. :
%ttis ^utWBS "bnsions
*2-?lmmmml 8 $
s?f. S?-1 Sewmoliraflnnfil
ifr^ Jigfegfest^theWsrldJ <p |
feSsa.
ta ^SaisrFai&i
f .. PMTiu^r r,n ?
K. W ! nil I II vS ,\..n. "\\h;i>:
bonS. C. 1 -.it < " V 'itouiit
soaps:
* - ./ r
AlilKGKlot 0* tlit* f*t T?iVt
; Stiaj) lor th< j-firtr t^r?T .1 r<>?. Lt to
Witin.?J'oro. ('nil nn.?l b?*.p?M?vji co l
MrMASTEU. ti:ax; i-Kfi vKJK. .
apri; i> ' y.. j.
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THE EFFECTS
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THE BROUGHT
Arc biniijj left everywhere. nr.d ; ,
e<un:e<l^oo<T* have ficTva.u.'Wl twenty;
per rent. - I havft.a Kar^e;>t??c.k, bought j;
previous to the attvar.ee. -Winch I will i
sell low by the quaritity. " Remember :
I mm ran tee all my Cit fined ?>ood? to :
be of F1EST- <2V. A LH V. or 'money.!
refunded. y * ; '
FRESH OK IS A AND TOMATOES- ! ;
XKWXT.OP. ' |:
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FRESH. TOMATOES, ... \
FRESH PEACHES, - - \]
FRESH sixrotAsii., !*
FRESH STRING 1JEANS. |
FRESH. LIMA BEANS.
FRESH .BAKED BEANS,
. FRESH CHEESE;." '*
FRESH M A CCA RON I, |
EBESH_QUINCES, ' ^ j
FRESH RAKER'SBROMA, *
"Kiitcsi! Siackekell/^ib cpi?s."=
m^IISALMOX. <:*Vt;Wt
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^FJfESIi 1MPUHTED OAT -MEAL, i
s}nt$mu*') ti\w* ":> '
iFUKSti MA^KEiJEL, one pound ;
cUll*. : . :? ; :?"& :. ' ' " - . '. j .
JKj^UillUBAin^orriErLAXT..!
try ... ,; :; v .-V'-..'.
COXDE-XSER illLK,- don't : pav!
fancy prices, iry-mine. '
Five' Hosts London Layer!
RaMYi*?new (Top. - c' \ !
Try my Pan-hurt Oofteo. 1 poll yon
any quantity y?(i want, and yon don't
have to pav lor paper .wrapped'aronml
it.. , :... - :
, j
A full line of Snirars and Green
C?4U'e>. My space v. ill not allow
fnrtlu'r enumeration.
CALL A XI) DI? COX V1XCEI) Til AT
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I keep t tie best sejocforl mid clwnpest
stock of Family Groceries in Town. j
I lmve the host Five Cents Ci?rnr in ;
America. Cltoia* ?>mokiii?r Tobacco.;
TERMS CASH <>X DEL IY ELY?NO j
EXCEITIONS MADE. |
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COME AND SEE:
?MY?
ELEG AX!T DISPLAY j
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mm goods.
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Stork' qfjFJfy Goods, Clothing.
Shots, Hoots, fats "Caps:. Notions. j
Trimmings; 3I|?piery,. tidies*. Cloaks j
md Dolnaas ^rcfcjrmw complete, and j
:tam happy tgateffjare. 1
; ' MXjp^QDT^PEIl ' f
ihio'cafion that? heretofore.
Boys' Olothrhgr ami 'Misses' Cloak* >
a "specialty. J.^bercfore fcike gre.il j
pleasure in asking njv friends and j
.the- - \
: PtTBLtG GENERALLY
!o come and see what I hf.ve tbi* i
year. Respectfully,,
JOS. GROESCHEL. '
Oct. 15
tnyncM
\PURE CHINESE TEA.)
A BLACK TEA WITH A GREEN TEA FLAVOR j
The Most Beneficial Tea Imported
YXRY CO>Dt)CIVE TO HEALTH.
WELL' SUIT ALL. TASTES.
The Great Atlantic and Pacific. Tea Company ;
hare lj:ijr mad? jt a'kiudy to furnish a Tea, that !
would writ all tastes. VTliey feel the utmost cor.ft- .!
that th?v. huTn fullr aoeonmlished that ro- ;
fniliiu tli? production 9! Thcjt-Nectar. Iti*tho
Fluent Flavored and mott BeneficfalPure
2Yatnr?l l.ei?f--T?* eTOf;offerpd to the public. !
It is curcd upoa, pomeliin in.the same manner as !
if prrpdred lor native consumption.
ThltfWS. lis* b?n subjected to the most ?areh- ;
irw? chemical and popular test*, and has -boon pro- '
notmccd STRICTllY TURK. DEMClOrS
KbAVOR, HIGHLY NCTRITiVE PKR- '
I"ECT?>Y HRALTHY, VJER.Y STRONG I
and ECONOMICAL. It is recommended to suit
all tastes, -rh'-ther acctwtomed to the Green or 1
lilac It varieties t^roroforp; -It is Warranted to ;
,~1to perf ect saUsfcictiop,. or - tho .money will 00 ,
refunded in ever* C4i?, br fter party arfling It. .
^oittnitKn Vua>*ib ri?lc in giving It a.
titojljMfc <4?e*?-te'rmi. a C>*d?T at !
rtfkX-jr&crAR *ad ?ijSy .* cup ?r
pofaiyVKA. ' "> w-i* !
N. B:4-3J<mo Genuine unlf^i packed In Oae ;
Pound Air-Tight Taide-JSIarlc Caddies,
- ?ot Sale Evtrywhws- Ask yaur Grocer for It '*
The Great Atlantic.&-PaciEc Tea Co.
" ' hrtftrritri, Cejfct^Rtastrrs aml rockers, j
B.O. Box.423. ' ? "?; , Nett Yo^x.
FlU-SII GROCERIES !
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AliF constantly 1/oinc? rccoivp'l by me. ;
>*yi?op*>i* oi n hich'I giro below.
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.TV *OI:tSAXS MOT.ASKFS. AND SYKUI'S- ; n
XI AS.L JfUADi S. !
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":ARS, FKOM TlfF. HIGHEST TO THE 1
Sl'C ' LO-U EfcTG'J'AiJiiS. . '
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FINEST?*STIIR MARKFT--THK > U
TJIJVEKNT FAXII.Y"?Ai-O AJ.I. UU'\1>?S
F.JACKSoVS IIEST I-Ail HA FLOl'K. !"a
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CA3iXE^i^OI)S. |?
'KNIA PEA IIS, Ijijf Choice. . ' ?
CAM Ft ?
. "CCOT.V8II, iBeafis and Coru <v>mt?ini-a
" . Si \ . . .. . ,'1
JES- - ' VEACBES i
TO.MAT" : ?. K. ,
. 'TlXEZrtflE. ... b
'' r- -1 : , i-(
SA L;I ps . (:y SA RDJ:,*E.S U
... VV* s- " *Bssr^ijD,. .. : ni
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PEPPER. ; ' " ETC.. ?TC ' fj
I ALSO attention TO on
VKOvV?T>;jy^OFFEE. '
Otre. HW ?; ralfor yourself; "J
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TtpM : >V - . - . . h
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Bes? nwacapwc^aCTwcfi jumiui mi n
Free to EysryMy!
A BEAUTIFUL JiOOK lor the ASKING j
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Bv anplving p^r=^nrtll\ at th? nearest i
r>nic'.M.f fHK SlNGF.lt MANUFAXITR-1
IXG CO. (or l?r postal card if at h dis-]
runef.'i any AI>ULT person will l o j
kpDt?"l with u lsfantifnlly illustrated copy \
of n New IJoolc entitled
GEXIOKKWAK3)E?. ;
?en Tnr?
STOUT?f the SEWING MACHINE j
contjiiniU'' :t hiindson.e roxtlv st? il !
cn^rnvin^ lroDtisj'ine. also. llri*-lv fn- j
graved wood onJs.. ?l??i l>onnd in :in elab- ;
rate liine i;nd gold lith^jjmidifd cover J
So charge w!iat?-\>r is l'?>r tlii.~ hand
nine 1<?iok which ?m !?. ohtained oulv :
by appliention at tin* branch ant1 snbordi- i
n:ite office* of The Singer Manufacturing j
IX
rilE SIXGEfl MANUFACTURING CO.
Principal Oilier, :J1 Union Square, :
may-17-ly New York.
nmmm i
nttamt public
for orcr
years, acd is the best
preparation over. In- . Vpl""**, i
Tinted for RESTOKIXC : -T j !
' State i
OKAY 1UIK TO ITS. .
youthful color f Assajer
l SVHu f i
V>D "rr- ?<j Cbemkt I
^ It RU])plios t!i? natu- A MaSS.! '
ml food and color to tlio ; ^ i j
hair j;lantla without . **7. i
i leaciair : !
inn skin, iv nm. . ^
iacrcasu nncl thicken the J Jfliysi- :
jjroTrth of tho linir, j>rt'- C1MS
vent it* Manrliins and Clldorso '
fkllin; off. aa?l thus .
V AYEIwT CALDXESS. J! it
> ji rccom- {
fIt cuTf-t lUUiuK. l-:rui>-\'j men^ ?t I
tiona r.n.l Dandruff. As __ !
a iiaij: di:ks ::ng it as a j
is Tory (luirable, giving > >
tho liair a silken noftcosa tri"21pll! J
which r.H ndraire. It Qedikcrps
tho head clean, c*QCj j !
^ !
UY? !
WHISKERS
will chanso tl?o l>car<l to a DROWX
or IJLACIv at discretion. Vein;; In
ouo preparation it is easily applied,
and produces a permanent color
that will not wash oJT.
PREPARED BY
B. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, H.H, j
Sold by ;!! Dealers In Medietas.
REDUCTION
I
EXTRAORDINARY IN BOOTS, j
SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
1
AT THE NEW CASH BOOT axd i
I
SHOE STORE. .
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T^C'crrcTor mar evetr *
i i . a? ?"... 1 _ i
:ttm cuiiu m iz;<f wmmv ma* uu a-iij*- i
plied s\ iiJj a good
BOOT OK SHOE.
I have inrxdo a reduction on my here- j
tof >re unknown low prices. and hope ;
my customers will embrace this op-'
porfunity as such an one is seldom met j
with. Also heavy good* for inesu*;
wear,
Jl'ST KECEIVED, ..
On consignment, a hirjre lot of Crockr-!
r\ and Classware, which will he sold j
at a SACII1KJCE. to doso out the en-:
tire stock in a limited time.
CALL SOON AXI) SKCUIJE THE
I5Al'(i AIXS.
llernemher the Store first door south j
of Dunlevy &. Kant.
-\T Af TTT7T7 \r
in . JL. II U A J 1 .
oct 1 ">
OUR STOCK
IS NOW COMPLETE IN EACH ;
?AND?
EVERY PARTICULAR.!
INQUIRE OF US FOR EVERY j
Aim 'LE XOU DESIRE TO!
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PURCHASE, and SATISFACTION
WE "WILL GUARANTEE ALWAYS.
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In -addition to our usual stock of J
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats
and Shoes, we offer special inducements
in
I%06EPJ?S;'1XI) PROVISIONS.
. ' ? ALSO?
Bagging and Ties at Lovresfc prices.
ULYSSE a IESPORTES. j
n*f Is
INSURE VwUli LIFE!
IN THE
Presbyterian Mutual Assurance Fnwl.:
You fcavpro pay but little for fh?* sum which j
yu rei.-elve, and only wli.it tl'C lnsur?i:e* uctuiliy
;
Yu'j are sure i hat your family will sret t b?a^ini j
it yourtfeitli, iu?b> special ci .use in the char- j
er It ts exempt.
No rtk to run. nor any possibility of th^ cor- !
orjilon failing, ;is clo other Insurance ci.mp.t- j
lies.
You kaow what you pay > aeh a.ws-^inent for. |
You can insure In tliJ.s when you coulii not In
more c.\(H;a-!ve one.
You fcnov.* t!i<i^ will be no. long proce*.* e.f Iw J
nd r.-vycuciuut: 01 im aus to ooiJiin me suio- ai
our iWe<?e.
V-.m ro rlvt- a beiietli orT.v- rlnllnrs a week j
ben sick or unnl)!'* to utte.iil to l^+Jn'w. ;
It i.-the (aM<*?t and safest war to st-cure so '1
ii;:e ai) for the benefit of twii- family j
Her;. our death.
>'<i lullilous .'Liui.-vcd ro t<-inpt ?'.* honesty of
I'Uccis. . 'I
Kxperirneelws shown that rise- plan
i rcaMlile ami ;hiv result-"sure.
Instead 01 p.iv n% our. larva ."G?v to Insurance
inip.tiil&n, the m >:iev Is left witfccach iueO>b?;r I
iitH :?:iU'-illy HHtttitvI. !
Catum; !>< to the ? '?"?>< of creditors
i>r rt-ached by attachment, viuabhcseut ^rofh
ptveess oi law, so as to tflverl it mnn tbe ;
tuily. - . ! ;
For fiurher particulars and applications for | :
"Ui'oershirj. call on J IJOAW, :
s*pt -a-i-si A\rtnt for FalrCthl Own;./. | :
XOTK>iB | i
S !iei< ]iy -jivrn I bi:t itiot) will b i ;
L * iSade t?> tlie JLvgwUilnre al fh<? ensii ^
tgKVssiun. for the incorporation o? a;
httt^w G;u:^e K?ilroM<l l>etwrm VVicos- t
njfo Bixi >} eiton ??r .AUton, o:.^cac? point
Ibr luHt-Jwo l 1. Cs.3. *. .4
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"STARTLING I;
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Announcement !
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?OF? i
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SEW FILL GOODS.
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INVITE ATTENTION TO, and i
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RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT AN;
INSPECTION OF. THEIR FALL .
AND WINTER STOCK OF
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DRESS GOODS,
CLOTHING
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and j
uENTS FURNISHING GOODS. |
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FULL LINE of LONG CLOTH, j
SEE&NGS, QUILTS, SHAWLS, j;
BLANKETS, UNDERVESTS, for i <
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LADIES and GENTS.
HOSIERY,
GLOVES.
HANDKERCHIEFS,
EUCHINGS, ETC. j,
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LARGE VARIETY OF OTHER;
GOODS TOO NUMEROUS TO;
MENTION, AT PR CES FULLY j
IN KEELING WITH THE
EABD TIMES.1
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P, LAKDZCK3B & 2E0. j
Oct 11
SEW STOCK N0W|
?IN AT?
F. E LDE R'S.j
?_ j
MY STOCK of goods for the sea ;
son is now in store and open for
public inspection. In the
DRY GOODS STORE
Will be foijnd Dress Good*, Oali I
o?;es, Ginghams, Linsevs. Flannels,I
Bleached and Brown Sheetings and !
Shirtings. Drills, Cotton Flannels, j
Jeans, Cottonades, Cassimeres. Re?!
peliant, Brown. Bleached and Turkey I
.Red Table Damask, Doylies and j
' I
CLOTHING, HATS. LADIES' AND!
CHILDREN'S SHOES.
NOTIONS, NOTIONS, NOTIONS. I
?
IN the Grocery Department will j
be found Sugars, Coffees, Syrups, j
Tea and other necessaries.
?ALSO?
I
Peaches, Pears, Pineapple, Salmon, :
Tomatoes, Coin Beef, Sardines, ;
Pickles. Cheese. Etc. A lot of fresh I
Cakes and Crackers.
FISH, FISH, FISH, FISH, FISH.!
In half and quarter barrels and 1
kits. Slackei el in five pound tins.
IN FACT von can jret almost j
anything you want in cither the Dry |
Goods or Grocerv line.
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! NOTICE !'j
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ALL persons knowing themselves '
indebted to either f\ ELDEK & j
CO., or to F. ELLEI*. are berebv |
notified to ccine up and settle. as all j
rlniinp not paid bv the FIRST DAY
of NOVEMBER, after date, will be :
placed in the hr;nds of my Attorney I
for collection.
F. ELDER |
Sept 27
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AKKIVED AND
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ship nneqnal.ed. and everything warn
PItlOES LOWER THANEYJEli "
I keep on hand most of the LEADI}
Prices to pnit. the times. Lnmtier an
neatly repaired at moderate prices.
5AYE YOUR FREIGHT BILLS AND
IXG YOUR GOODS OF
K.
PLAIN ]
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I AIM NOW BECEIYING daily my
Dry Goods, consisting- in part of Donx
^reat variety, Cornets? Hosiery, Gloves
jf all kinds, which will be sold as low a
MILLINERY,
AND FANCY GOODS in all the non
^ur Milliner from Baltimore, has selec
care, and no pains will l?o spared to ])le
l?. . i rvp^tDTUWTv; \f:cc RT
uHC UUUYC ASJZtl. AJ ?JL JiAi-i m K-J. -ku.*?u
season again.
IF YOU WANT A SEWING MACI
and the bes-t Family Machine on the m;
them being l'u use in this C -onnty. r>nd i
any other without basting, you can fine
JUST IX A .SUPPLY OF GROCEI
Laul, Cheese, Crackerf, Ciikes, C:?n<
Kerosene Oil, Bagging. Iron Ties end a
be found at J. O. EOACi J5, on the Con
where. Don't forget to call, as these a:
tion.
AX ASSORTMENT OF BEDSTI
JUST RECEIVED.
J. c
Sept 24
THE^QUEEN E
c r : r?7-7?,
The "QUEEN BESS" Corset and Ski.t Snj
ever introduced. It is a perfect fitting cors:
*trs*j?. easily adjusted t<> nnv desired length.
PATENT CLOTH STEEL PKOTE. TOR, wl
i ustnj*, Lilt also readers if impox.tible to brt;
ticulnr. FOIibALEOXjuY by
IH JV *)(i
Agitates ihe mind? of the farmers as w
MlMXAl"(il! furls his banner to the br
I)rices. still adhering to that principle, pa
Yi IJIXAl'tiH'S at prices that makes the
aghast.
IIE.1K THE FAME
5,000 yards Standard Ca?rcoe.?. at (*>$ <
2.00U yards Taney Dress Goods, at. <
:>.<>00 yards Fancy I)res? Goods, 1C? <
;')<?0 yards IJlaek Alpaca, at lSj centsTwenty
pieces I,ubins Black Cashme
that srets them direct from head quarters,
keep its color for years, examine these go
PROM -A.T
Four hundred Ladies" Trimmed Mats
dollar, a nice inimneu nat ?i
$ 2.00 and
Mv stock of Velvets, Satins, Ribbons
chief-. Buttons, &o., arc now.eoinpU
ous years.
Tlic facilities of flic two Houses?Mil:
Min:i:nu>d:, at I his point?arc ?i?*nrpa>se<
at prices that will eclipse all previous cft'o
J.I
f. S.? rARTIES INDEBTED TO M
SAVE CASH AND EXPENSE. oct
J;> - .
ivi L. K1
nj /vrTTTW's
VyJLiV/J. JJLlilU J.JH / U O.Ij,
o .
MOST eomplrte stock of Onthiitjr itt
and neckwear in endless variety. Boys' ^
the late?t styles ami linl>h; at prices to sui
FINK shoes for men and .boy?. T
M.-tuilht. ami Webster's braids in all color
Alpaca coats in all .*hade? and qualities,
snd Mohair Dusters in all styles'.
ALL OltDElJS TUG]
july 7
EXCELSIOR CO
Manufactured by ISAAC A; 8HEPI
ICS i? BT DCSiaEVY A
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i?i.?n'?i . usumsirrmea^terrj^r' arww ~ i&k
flTUEET! I
TO AltlilYE. a
Jtoek. For tl^ign and workmananted
to i>e as represented, and
A New Snpply of Picture
Frames, Chromos and Wall
Pockets; Brackets, Hat Racks, j
r*Ai?ni/iAC
iHll*iit iuuv n Wi
^ "Window Shades, Tin Sets, j
J Spring Beds, Mattresses. ,
MOSEY SATED IS MONEY
MADE.
?G SEWING MACHINES and ar
d SLingles for Sale. Furniture
OTHER EXPENSES BY BtJY- ' 1
W. PHILLIPS;
I^ACTS.
' ' ? ' '
Fall Stock of Staple and Fancy jf-tics,
Calicoef, Dress Gb?3s"^m
. potion b, Fringes, Ldoes,' Aattons
s the lowest. " " *"' ; %
MILLINERY, |
ilties of the senson. Miss BLArCE, V;
ted the above goods vitb great ^
i:se onr friends and customers. iu ' M
jACK will be with us the coming i|?
iIXE, one that has stood the test,
fti ketT three hundred find fifty ot -^g
.vill do a gieatt-r range of work than
1 it at j. O BOAG'S.
?JES, Flonr, Men], Grift* Bacon,
iies, Mackerel, Tubiteco,; Cigars, -i?
iny uiid e ery thing yon want is to ;
;er, us cheap as can bo bought anyre
facts and worthy of your atten- 4
;adst chairs, lumdee, etc.,
). I>OA(jt.
IESS" CORSET.
p?rffr is by far Hie most comfortable r"^ "
>, ami lias ncrv and improved -shonlder T
It jtJ.-p h??K the iiuni?xi8?ly popular \ y>9
ich Ii"t odIt j-f-Vf jits the xto*!* frr-m ?
;tk the clasps. Warranted in every p*r- }
PESTIOM
ell ns eojnc of our nu'reliant*. . yet ; 4L
eo/e and thunder* forth matchlos *
y as you jjo. and buy your jroods at <H
world wonder amij rivalry stare
OF MIMXAI GH:
rent??worth elsewhere.
ents?worth 'J;> elsewhere. i
-ivorlli 30 cWwJici*.
res?the only house in Wi,?!?sboro j,
It von want a ?ro??I ?tvss that will .logg
ods at 40, ;V2?.lb, H2.Utiiaml $1.10. &&***?
TCTICjKT.
?fine ?oo<i<?r.t twenty couts ou-*hcr I i
."IK), $1,174, up to soiiicrhfn^ fi'n?
. Neckwear. Enihroiilery, Jlai?dker-4 v;
;te anil at prices far exwctUiig prcvi-f
nuan^h liros., at CJwstor, and J; L.
rt. and 'his shall ru>h j^owls j'
, MI]MNAUGH. : /
E WILL SETTLK ATO^E ASD
\ a "p n 9
COLUMBIA, S. C. I
the State, (icnts* fuvni>Mn<f good? j
nil's. Youths" Suits au<l Mcn.v Suits ol j "^j
aylor's wlrbretal Mackinaw. also|
>. the latest is the Derby Straw.;
Silk Surjres ami'Alpacu and Linco^
UPTLY riLI.i;i). 1
DK STOVES! 1
THE BEST in THE BJIRXET. 9
Fourteen different sizes and kinda. Five *
tea v ith Enameled Reservoirs. Adapted to % .^^9 B
1 requirements, icd priced to suit all purse* v'
LEADING FEATURES: S
onble Wood Doors, Patent Wood rate, Jt *9
djnstsWe Damper. Interchangeable Acto '&L'J fl
atic Shelf. Broiling Door, Swinging HeartJv ,'fl
iate, Swinging Flue-Stop, Rereisfljte "Gas* 3$
timing Long Cross* Piece. Double Short
inters, Heary Sing Coyca, niruaJuated-Fir?
oors. XiekeJ Kn?bs.,Xlciel. Panels.-ftc^
Unequajed la' Material jn Finish, and ki j&||
? Bammed*,ivta, ;
FJJTT,>VlBai1ii?r?ag.ca

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