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The Daily Aijgus.
G Lil)Oi:o. S. C. NOV. 17, 13-2.
TUKEE COOB MAGAZIXE.
We thiuk tlic best iisiru of ll c
Cosmopolitan niHirz'ne that v. c
Uvntei-n for e me tune is tlit
lor November. Tho td t r W D.
lIo-A-t'lli-, ha? a 8tnr. Sir Elwii
Arnold has another ut tilde on Jh
jhii. Mnrrat Il-dstead n ft de
"ription ot the city of llanhnrr
Ge. W. Culelcr wr"tes on E ca
tions tor the common people of the
S u:h." Archibald Forbe describee
the fall of Constantinop'o a wai
correspondent for one .f thi new -papers
of to dy ni'jrht have de
scribed it. Prof. ElBiipt w.-itt -s of
the "Growth of Gieat Chios"
Prof, Boy f sen ctm'etcs hi etory
' Social Strngalcrs." J..hn B.irows
ta;k; Harrow r1vps) talks anrt
talks well about uPird Courtship."
Ili:v. E. E. Iln'e delivers a d'w
cimre on Fores' ry, takinji sis hie
text E:ping Forest, the 5,000 -ert
park t the East of Lond-ii. This
ia an exc.I'ent array of contribu
tor. Besides there are thirteen
other article, prose and poetry, by
write:s not s well known.
The November numhr of th
Arena comes to the front with
scyetal good article?, Among them
we note a review of L ird S-i'issbu-ry
Afghan Policy by the Eng'ih
divine. Rev. Thos. Price Hughes.
Ir is interesting to ttatc iht Dr.
Hughes believes that h;stury v.'ill
vindicate the policy of Lord Salis
bury, and that a confi'ct with the
Oncer is inevitable. Hamlin
Garland, author of several very
realistic stories of Western farm
life, treats of tho "West in litera
ture." Joaquin Miih-r furnishes
a iftrottg pein dercribitg Western
l;f.-, wnich he prints under the
tilic if "D iwn in San Di-go,'' al
though a d'-zen other litlrs could
bo found that would S'l't it bi Ster:
and Iu.t of all the editor, Mr.
F.ower, ha an article in his own
vsioruiic tyle on ' Some of Civii-z-Mou'-
Silent Cm rents."
Fr-.t.i t!iO Pne fi.- co.iM there
eonus a tn-t interesting mng:;
z ne, the Ooiiluud Mouth' y, a
jtrnu'ne product, ot the Western
ty pe of eivil z I'ion. As out ou hi
expect, thi? Sn FrHtic'sco journal
devotes ltee'f largely to the good
points of the VVeet. Tvo ar;icu:t
attract o-ir attention at a gl;irie ;
t.nu ah ut 'tie of the gi eatt st Wes
tern public inntitutiot s tho L'ck
O'lt-ervatorj ; the other about the
natural feencry of the country: 'A
Trip tolhe San L'icia Monnt-.in?."
From theEC one gets a glimpfe of
man and nature in California.
1' lh find very happy expositors,
the one in Prof, Miliicent Shinn,
of t lie Astronomical department
of the University ol California;
the ether in Mary L, White, who
saw what she described and de
scribes it well. Theie is also an
excellent sketch cf that true Amer
ican ot the old school, George W.
CuriU.
Thnnkyyivinji Day.
Kalkioii, Nov. 11 Gorernor
Holt 0-daV is-Ut'd tho tidhi -ieg
thatiksi viii,: piorlii!iHr i j:i .
Kioto :lic c-tahiis- mi'nt ot" the
G--V. ruii'-nt to tho :-n s- ni ton
there ha- beenn-. pe-i--d in t'o-liv-
torv f Mir c-in!iou -oa'fi m which
the Snprem Iluiur of ttie. iimiv rrst
lias in-r; ii-h'y l-stowed up-i i us
His hles-ieg or indica'ed mo
dearly Hi pttrj ose m pre-c ve
ii4 our civil and ridig'.-n lri irrp-d.
T" file HU"Jl'r ot Hi! Wi. U'.Vl'
whatever of i.ivu-., po.-s-.-erit v
happine-4 w hve ei j yed .luririg
t lie pa-t year. 1 t.e iv ; l ot Norih
t 'hroiiMa luve i iiiue'i t-r whu-.h f.
lf. t l.ank In', ami w'rh t. e;r !i
has not y'e drd her "Citest aun
diince, our peop e are yet ble-u-d
with moderate and reasonable te
turn for their labo-s.
"In conlormity trjereforo with
the recommendation of the Pres:"
dimt of the United States, I,
Thomas M. Hi!t, Govcr: or o'
North Carolina, do app ;nt Tbu's
dav, Noyember 24th, as a day ot
thankfgivinir, praise and graver,
and I do earnestly request that the
people ot the State lay &6idc ah
fecnlar business and assemble on
that day at their usual places of
worthip in humble thanksgiving
for the putt blessings and prayer
for the continuance of Divine lav
vor.
"In order that our ferv:ce may
be pleasing and acceptable let tu
remember in onr prayers and 6iib
ttantial offerings the needs of the
widow and orphan, tho disabled
soldier, the poor and sfRictcd and
all institutions established through
out the -State for their proper
c ire and maintenance."
A Carl
The reports beirjg circulated abont
me, some of which have found their
Tray into the public print (I presume
upon what was thought authentic
information.) have misrepresented me
and done me an injustice. I desire
to say tbat my residence iu Golds
boro, of over twenty-Ove years, has not
: eJ?8'"8" n wftJ
,h'i' ciiiz ii.-. Ail tin 8i yt-ar-s n v
uarj int:ieo .rji.', in fm i.tt as e!i as
b" s ness relations, haye been such
that I was blow to i. li ve that ru
mors damaging, .is -nany in circula
tion ar?, would i given c eueuce by
those who knew uir.
The report thai I iMenh u a j r.iyvr
rn-.'tting in Little Wyshi.ig'i.n o:.
Sunday, or at any tthi-i- t nie in,-i-,
or during m 1 If, i.s wholly .without
foundation.
Tnat I itppoii'ttd or eallcl. or w:i
in any way tiiivoth or iinliv.-etiy in
ftiMitni' ntt I in having the meeting
in L'ttJe Washing o i en Monday
night, or knew of such m-vung nntii
Monday, is untrue.
Tnat an ag emeut it!i a jronii-tu-ut
Democratic candidate, Mr. W.
II Allen, was that I should go to
Stony (Jivt-k that nijiit, ami it vas
well kiio-.vn th'it I txpi-etid to do si
as lr.te n 4 o'uh-ek Monday. I wa.-per;-naded
to lot others go and re
maiued in i he city.
That this Monday night nnet.it!;
or any other was held in the puh'ii
school buildinir, is also a mis
take. That I advised or counseled I'm
CO ored women to atte nd any line!
iiig or attend the polls for any pur
pose whatever, is wholly a fahiica
tion, with not a shade. w vf truth to
base such a repoi t u j O'i.
I did not say tine word, in prhap.
a twemy-niitiutes tjilk. that L would
not hae said in the court house or
public fqtiiie in the pr.-s'ic- of any
of the citizens of Goldshoro. I did
not reach the meeting in time to
hear or know w ho had spoken, and
did nor, know where th- meHing was
:o he hehl until I reached that, end
of the city and made inrpiiry.
In justice to my frn-nds wio havt
not believed thervpovt, and to t host
who have given thr-ui credence, 1
sul niit the abive, with my decolla
tion that thy are the f-cr?.
II. L Grant.
Goldsboro, N. C , Nuv. 1 L,
I have, used your Salvation Oi' and ran
s-.y it is 'lie linest tl)inr lever saw for a'l
kinds of pains or sprains and c:in rec
ommend it to any one. N. C. Adams 213
Kith G liro, 1.1."
tss0 t- 'ti' t
Fresh Goods.
One Car Meat,
One Car Arrow T i s,
Oa- Car Seed liyv.
One Car Flour,
One C tr Fun- Salt,
One Car Ci'oie- Tim thv II iv,
One Ca: lloek L: hi-,
One Car Laths,
O ie Car Uice M.-;.l,
One (jar Sugar (ill g'sulus)
One Car liairning,
O-ie Car ILavv l?ai:s,
One Car C-JT-e,
One Cat- IJra,
Oue Car Coarse Salt,
O.ie Cir Mixed II y.
One Car l'..is!er ami Cement,
One Car A'i S.lt,
O.oe Car F. d O il.?,
One Car Cow Feed.
ALSO
Hump Fork, Hams, Lir I, Srarch,
Pepper, Llice, Matches, lirooms,
Soap, Soda, Tohacro, Snuff, Empty
Grain Sacks, Buckets, etc. All above
for sale at rock bottom prices by
B. M. Privctt.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Cotton
r!"muvission Slen-hant.
Gity Taxes I
The attention of all cue. rued is c-i'led
to Src. 5, of the City Odina-ce, whub
is as follows :
The tax c dlector SU-.H, from aid
after the first diy i f November, eueb
ye.ir procue I to collect the lux s uivui
real ami personal proptaty apl jxills
"hat may le ihiu tine a-ul uu;jiii! bv
distress, ks provj.p:J to Piw ra e
costs liy ee.nr.njr to ill .Muyur'a fii
na-! selll'.II jour l::is l'n. Ut iielity.
J. W .U-.i(:K.
Oct. 2G, '05, fas U litc'r.
tih!i1 iUy y B. M. Prirett
UHONTKf I'BiMlUt'K;
C i',M II
-l--o
fl Co! 10
'mm 'If . s 8 8
' B -IX, If)
-i t t (0S8 1)
- : 55 ($ 60
'' (it'fa. 65
. . ., 1 1 oe
Pii ita.... 65 70
Ova 45 a 60
f ries.- 10 a 11
'"hicJens 15 a 20
Et-.es Wax .... 20 (a) 22
ft "I Oft S ft 0
AN OPEN LETTER.
Mon o anton, N. C, June 28, 1893.
Mrs. Joe Person, Kiltrcll, N. C:
DEAR MADAM I have used
jonr Remedy as a Tonic and
Blood Purifier and unhesitatingly
prononnce it the best that I have
tried. I feel eatibfied that it will
do all you claim for it.
Repyect fully,
II. D. Lequex,
Pastor Baptist Church.
For eale by leading Druggists
aud Dealcrp.
A. B. O'MEIL,
PRACTICAL,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER!
Eepairing Neatly and ,
Promptly Done.
Satisfaction Guarantee Always
Shop on "West Centre Street, tip stalra
on seeon'l lloor of old Messenger Buildia
IWi MPl
' M iii.s t. e m ir. !"'
A' d raaki s.pr:c s lr4 lor to 'it
th .t iv w'-y I ' it si e ',e-a p I
le.iv tor c'ii s.int si II t.tr c sV
Note 'h 1" P i' g ! prio s.
' E.I ii'iu 's -it's J 1. pr:c. 3". loi
2 e n"4. Above All, pri,-.e 4'K
I i 3- cent. Ti-n rh-:r k:n !.s
at C" ein p'-r po-iud. Alt
rn iff sniid ;i;f'.r 1 to '5 c.
Tiunkv $1 2") ti 1.75 C -t o-,
Worked 5 cfs. Wlnti; and U I
Flauuel from 20 to 25 cenM per
V-.rd, C nt.-n Pl.-imiel to 10
tfiit,er y.ir.! W.iolen " Hr ss
fi- ods, from 1!) to 2' ctf ; r y"d
i tTi fTTT T3 TT Q XT (?i TT Q
.inr, S Srr:t h 5 c-nt
pt r pound Coff-.-f, 1 ' rrM,
Sjd.-e, 15 eent. P.irc1 C I C if---,
2i i-n-i p-rpi und. Ami .:
i-f "ther th;n;s -i:i i.c" en-v-
tliii fj ll.a Jiertai'is to a fi-.t-cl-is"
Jr,,et ry, at roek bo'tom
pric-s. lrf lid"a s-ho-:
t. li. I. Irons 0) t-..$t 7 A m-n"s
SU c, Solid, from f 1 U .
",':e ,i!ov oric !ir- "eo"
cat'i. No credit If t; o N do
ii 't uit return lit m i i ;f ..(hI
C Ii lii'uin as when bi.u ;ht, sn-l
1 vi I r 'niitl :h. cah for then:.
Oi);. i'r Mill's ilruif store Wlnu St.
io!il!ior, S. C.
Dy.)iiiri:h biiafiud-j
Having purchased the
BUGGY ANt) WAGON
Business o'' J. Ii. E.UiKUTON, 1
want the public to know that I shall
keep a full assort men: of Vehicles at
the old Jones stand, and they inns!
be sold. Don't fati to conie and see
me before buying anything that goes
on wheels.
2vR. X?. S.JOS
ivill manage the bttsiuess, and all
communications relating to anything
in our li:.e will receive prompt and
carefu 1 attention.
J NO. F. SOUTH KR LAN l,
K. E. JONES, .Manager.
TKY-WExKLY TEIP3.
In .?i-!ei l n-ak- m"M cnvpri'.ont antl
c:to"ii.niI 'iso :t ih vss'U u w iMitpjoveri
n t!iu Noith ';:r:lina serv iu. awl tlmf 10
'leit r S'-rve ih h'wiU of Shippers.
ho''lj'.le i Ine an.! t i.l l- rai:iin st-H--ahi-t:att-ny
h i e oo'iela.l.fl u in-r thuir r
spt'C ivi" !t?i s t'K:tvt.('U Newbr'l . .v. C , ""id
SorJ'oik. V-.. into ono Ha;;, tl-u ivinr I'lte-.-ngjr
au 1 iueli hipnurs thr -.-n-'ps ect'
r-k Ik tween .Vewueri ani Norfolk via
'""asliiav:rin.
NO ADVANCE IN RAILS.
'n Hn-1 !fier Mon-lay, July 4, lS'.li, u.itii
'unher u-jtltse, ti c
Steamer Keito,CapUontlia'B
Si
teJBisr Enola, GapL Boyd,
AN'D
i J sttii fro!ii Vj-i '!l, V i. r X -"t-n
tay. 1 m 'H-. (nmiiv c nn c-iots wiih U
iaTic h:.'1 n . : arli:iu : : ri.Ji,:) :rj ih
xn r IjftfA on X u;art'l Tret- n-.-r.
H-itU1 ' intf. wi'i -i! .ri.ra .-fv.-ii fur N r
f;iik. Va . Vl'irii! yg. ve J'i.-k 'ay- ttit! V i-:r
ii l-i rn.. trt-iii) fij-ikiuv (t-.i v-i."t
t w Mi Ut : m ,
ror liniJimor'', he-I.iiti, T'-r ln'Hfloi
pkim. Tae OuJ imi.iii St itMiithi; , t'o
V'tnv V:rfe, ' n vi- iceu'tis hih ie im.
'nr irvliTH- -i -- 1 Itiioi!. rTi '. ti a r
inf f -r 'A-'.t-.itiiiif n 1 rt'i.
r ... TU'iS tf,v : t : ll v i :r rj ? 1.:
V.,rt:-t HiiJ K.-tslt ri( $VMi t
AN"onnoyf"' n dt v th t - . & . K.
H..hiI N & v , !? fi Tin
PuH-"inr-" win ftr"f r rt'.(i :;,it .-fin rl -
o.iji-r il ..'-r-s. wirt- of N. N a lV. Ifm o'
Lice, Norfolk. V. -
S. H.GKAY. Ax-ont,
FelU2,d-tf.
.Fresh.. Fish.
The n ride rsi sued hns opened a
stmd in the City Fi.h '.ilarkef,
where he run supply fresh fish dailv
to the public.
A'creueruus share of patronajre if
earnestly eoliuiteJ. 11 spectfully,
tf. .70S. O'BEUUY.
Notce of Copartner ship.
MR. JOE ROSENTHAL having pur
chased the interest :f our late Mr. E. llo-
enthal inhc bvsiness of II. "Weil & Brot.,
has been this tla3r admitted as a ; member
of the firm, wh'ch will be carried on as
f.-rmeily under the name and style pt II.
Wcil&BroF. Hespectiully,
HENRY WEIL,
Koy. 7, 1892. SOL WEIL.
A Card.
, We take pleasure in embracing this op
portunity to thank our friends and patrons
for the'.r generous and liberal patronage
bestowed on us in the past, and we shall
endeavor by trici adherence to good bus
iness principles and fair dealing to merit
the same in the future. -
Yery respectfully,
" Jl. WEIL & BllOS.
ATLANTIC COAST Lr E
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" ' P m. Kifcur-'tu- . Plymouth ilaii
r.-;pt Stin'.H.v. t .Sunday 9 00 a rn
'Vtlii t'nati.ij, T 3' W a. m.. arrive Tar
im. 'ii 4(1 , . 1 ! I m.
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p. -a., nrriv. tt-..v: -ii-t i ii. p.m. Ii'turi'ii;
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lld. 8 iX; a . m .. arri 'loldsboro, 0 :t0 a. m.
Train on Nashil!. t.r-tneh loavos Uooky M.
t5 lop. ra.,arrivt--N'ashv'lleS 55 p. m., Snriu
l.ipeO iii p. m. tl-anrainKiuavenSprinif !((-(
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OMnmn. i'.ily. oi. .-'nr.-lny, r. 30 p. in.
11 15 a. in. Ki'turo'inr iav; C!i.itr,n at 2t
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LaGr'nse 4 0'J 7 3"
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Hitistot 4 40 S 30
Caswell . 4 ft5 8 6.")
I ove: 5 ' 5 10 02
Gore Creek 5' 19 M 30
Tusearon 5 3i 11 05
Clark's 5 41 11 41
Newbern C ti8 3 CO
Riverdale ... 39 3 42
t'ro-tar- ... 0 44 3 5')
Harelock 6 Sii 4 13
New: -on ... 7 10 4 4i
Wil.i -wood 7 24 4 oo
Atlantic 7 'J8 5 01
Morebead tiy 7 43 621
Atlantic Mutt J 5 "28
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c-'uueets v. itli VV. ,V; W. ira,ln lM,.ti
ISitii, leavir g UdI.1s1m.io 12 10 p. rn., and
R. & D. train Wes laarbii: Goldsboro
at 4 p. m.
No. 51. pnsstnrcr. dailv excent Sun
day, t-o:jnect t ith K. & D. triin, arrivinc
Goldsboro 3.05 p. m., and W. & W. train
:rom tiie Hortn at 3.10 p. m.
tNo. 1, Mixi d f citrht a d na?s.;n(Tr
Tuesday, lliursday nd Saturday.
TiNo.2, Muted freight and passenger
Mondav. Wednesd av and lrid.Tp m.r
with W. t& W. Ihrounh f.-oi: ht. North
bound, leaving Goldsboro at 11. 1.i p. m.
o Li U1UL.,
Rnprinljidn1
Hotel Kennon
(Formerly" Hotel Gregory)
Goldsboro, - - - N. C.
HE OF THE FINEST AND
Beit Hotels in the State. It is what
Goldsboro bus long needed a lirst
c!as3 Hotel, with all Modera Con
veniences. The best rn ?uls for the
money in the State.
f A DIES WILL FIN li
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Large aud pleasant parlors aud at
tentive porters who- will che: k and
transfer your burgage fie .
F. L.Cnstcx, Propr.
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VIE 'A' OF T i 1 K VEUV ITH)
TiUEi ws ii we liE'rao?:) t;ie vuw?. o-
oul: FURNITURE, 8,IKV"U
AliE NEI2:)N IJBD3rEa-;, "'iJUilEVLM.
CHAIRS, SAFES, MATTRESSES, A SUIT OF
F U UN I T U R E, O R A N YT 1 1 ! N ( i I X THE F U 1 1
NITURE LINE, COME TO SEE U ?
.,;UFv I'RI. ES A RE ASLO V AS THE
LOWEST. AND OUR STOCK THE L AUG ESI'
IN EASTERN CAROLINA.
YOUIiS -TRULY,
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(Johi - leoi
i)vy (ioocis, Clothing,
Hoots,
p cceived at our Mammoth Esfab!i.?hniQat and
bo bo sold at Lower Pric
formity withUu lv- Ti
ducements in
For Men. Boys and Children. Boots uu.l Shoes, a:ul ortllesa variety, Wt
sell only the best of Owls. We ' re join n .ni l suoh in ikes ni Zieg
lers, Bay .Stute and B.n:isterV, Don't buy your Cloti.i.iii
tuitl Shoes e'sewhere. . Wo aro
Apd, consequently, can give you a hotter quality, butter lit a i l b:tter mht
tior) and more stylish goods at UOCK I50TT0M PKICKS than
any oilier establishment.
Don't Be Deceived.
('ompaMtura will t ll y ii fi i1 n i ji "i iv'r'i r j i t ' not onh
tho Quality f mr yon Is, but also x. t t".i i1'-- th it yu i g-'t h'ltjr gool.
wliiun am wo:M.h b i.iu? at out" aw-i foV -v-s :ii ri ," tu a i y i will
gi'l e!a..-w!iMft.-, T ! in faof a-i I -v-ir .i!r-a-ly ifi-v-Msiu tr.i It
is jii-'xil' ji'Mil.iy ' th it n :' a.-ss.rti u-a" s tni i. V-ak yu
ou! v oiiv.' p: i".e. a-i i t'safc prioo d i m o ii ;i -If ttt: i.
A (j'aihl oau buy .t-ls o!im; h our
f) V ," 1 - O
g tho s'fiai'porft ti' v l -i", au l yn iu -i''v ty.i 'u -u-o !.!nt you get full vain?
WKFF;-:'l V., -ISlVj'lhV.lKS fS in Carpets, Mattings.
Bugs, Art .Squaivs; also a full i'ia .:" l i, ll-l au.l li-1 Uiaukets.
A full line and g:vat bargain. in LAD IKS C 1,0 A lis, JACK K'!
ami Wll.Vl'.S.' Our .tSMrt.ment. iti
iliepetiUoil before bin ing.
(Jive ng a call and wo shall
varied assortment, second to none ia
WEIL
SO 82. St A Sf, W Centre
V
Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Carpets, Ladies
Cloaks, Toys, Silverware, Jewelry, Corsets, and
Dress Trimmings.
Wo keep nrst-class, honest goods, and will
sell you as cheap as any one. We ao not sell old
style trash. Come and see
T i i K . - B E AUTIEUL - STO CK
. , "We have this season. Something new in. Dress
Trimmings and Ladies Cloaks, Try a Feather
bone Corset, and a p air of Reed's Shoes.
Respectfully,
M. E. GASTEX & CO.
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Shoes and Fiats
- 33 tlnri over batorj in con-
rp.y or jjrat in
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V.- .1-1. 5 i-"' tf"
4- v:S" V
tiia line is exquisite and wo ask si
bo pleased to show yott our grand u
the State, and a pride to our oily. 7
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Street, GOLDSBORO N. C.
f'J
jlioney -Saved.
BBEka-- - " irks -r . -
BY TRADING A i THE
HE vV YORK BARGAIN STORE
Wt: esili - j n f.; a ' attci.tii n tt) -n- Jiiie tf f hoes :
2or f 1 wril g't .e : f . c il.n f . i hf"i,ii. tri 1 1 1 uiti p, i r : won -1 1 1 1 cry f'M'r
i.ildreiro ih s ir-n. i1' 1 1 1 is , i aii up. t ti tivstiu. fltt.fl 3, r culbr iric s
d fi.2. tuU-r . ' ai: m . :oi.ii. i ui li.dk' fi li t ln thin c, s.zet Iron 2 It- 8. If you
wxtii si.'l: 3 ta! ll
BL 'c NCI I A II DS & MORRO WS
rt.hes lor ludi 8 ar.-l.oil to teul. Cronset'es fie is lor v nts frum fZ.'M 1 a.sr.l4 wor'fe
r- ir. i3 t. ifl r pail . 1 1 you ant i jr. oil y!i.-li bve cheap Imy CiosSLtt-; a id you wil
yave no t;t.:iers. W- won! ! I- tl id l.o hjve y..u x nlr.c our stock of
BEA UTIFUIj n KCKWEAR !
VH wv Bro c "taotly r.-coiViw voods In that ti-.e. IS U'iV OO-JUS wo a!w ya off r upeefa.
toducomeiiw -ui wtr be v l yr'Hd to have you call, t larks ,ol Cotton ot. wholesale or-r-Mi!
. nyho retail Hx (. ...N f,,r25 ut-, r pu Hr.!i-c , ut to the trade. Aiain weask you
you tbear In mii.d tiim 1 .s.m i.n.l ri 1 KH e you nior.ey . n hos
VERY TRULY,"
r-
f li t f If
YEt,' W'li HAVE ANI) A U B RECEIVING DAILY TU E LARGEST
STOCK OF
DRY
BOOTS 4KI SHOES, OEKTS- FfllKISllISG COODS,
A" 0 FAC'r EVEUY'l,ilI'- APEUTAINING I Q A BTUST
e!:is.s Dry Go. d-; !Iot!i, which will be sold at ROOK BOTTOM PRICES.
We huve hiVett - uiieubr pains to $!ect all the. latest nov.llies.
.Y;u won't txp. et to !h,d such a g;.', nd.-d lusort uifn.t of new and pop
n'ar s-jl -e ;!S we :. , show yt u -.O.fc'i yon call to Bee onr new g-oda.
"T'- fim) such man quads,
arst-c'-Ms:.. ;(in!v ii .il:l. -w .
of g--oils -n won't . x jtt ct to u i
iswfflLi w
EVE;iV .vnn i: r.- sro'K.
G. KERN a GO.
GO ,DSBOKO MUH1C HOUSE
L
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TIXS LARGEST afDCIv OF IUA.XOS AND OliUM
vi-.T! : r-tit to : oiitii c.vnoi.iKA row on pxiiibition
a v orn .m:::o t-.
Wt i vito y- u- .fi:iiiuMi;i wi!l he
prift s 0"Sy s'.mk'm!.' uiii.ilii ! j)-t gt n!!
Will hr jr'nd io t.ur . rti. r .-.ml
pu-ct'iisi: ff .-n i:si;iu:i' r.'. 1 'j us.
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zIWEARhTHE
ARE
1 mi nr '-zi-.r. 11 iiiiii 'in , ip
We. have fiUll to tir rnrrT.I ptock the nbrive lire -f FINK
IMHm9IMlW.K1HiMMIlK.HB3.nBM.HMIH.H9.n.HH.HBB..Hi.BiH
SHf'ES. Ttiov ttiako rinnfi Itettpr. nnd nn nni, to lp c-'frrctly
dreasevl. mn tit witlmn a mir n( BUUT AND PACKATjDS
TCQRRECT SHAPS MIOE.
mi on ops irai,
Cornet Dressers at.d Haberdashers.
TO THE PUBLIC
"yiTII MAS V. THANKS TO TH S $
Citla'tis of "O'jl0sttrt ami stirrouaulna: coun-
tj- for Hi- it- liberal, pitronage in tho past. I
luko this method of inf irming thctn that 1
will short.: eugat'c iu 'he dnig busint ss asain,
with an entire row srock of .irug- and fluurcs
With a practiua! experionoe of 3) years in
compound:ii rrescriptioiis end the sale of
tlrui-rs atitl mnOiuinps I ftul Fafe in assuring: the
public entire sati.-faction, whi'.e by carefu' at
tention tc business I hope to merit and re
ceive a liberal putroaa -e. Kespectfullj,
II. C. SHANNON.
For nobby suits suits that have- all the
essence of tailor made suits you -will
liaTC tc get ours. -
X,iit L 1 .CllA J. U.lXtj JJ
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CLOTHING
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ir ix est-quality,
be., ;. 1 to ADMIRE cm new line
ucb a
m&m m pots
as wk s"all-
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Agency
Lu-iden Bates
S0UTHEHN MU 310 HOUSE,
3 V.VN.n'AII. G.V.
Miller & Uzzle,
x. vents.
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AND il USHJA L ME!!c:iI VNDJSB
p'ti.getl ti iurnish yu catalruc and
d.
i now we t un s-ive you moni-y on the
- olds'ooio. jbT O.
See ihat EVERY. PAIR jS'SXAMEEO
THE BUHT &, PACKgjr
"Korrect Shanc'
ZOST.
A gold ra':dal from Augusta Female
feuiinary, bca ing the name of- Julia
Castex. Tb.3 lndnl is in the shape of a
leaf. The finder will be liberally reward
ed by leaving the same at our store.
Jtf. E. CASTEX & CO.
All kinds Blenched Goods and domes
tics at cut prices at , - '
New York Bargain Store.
FOB SALE CHEAP.
2,009 Bushels Corn at
B, M. PRIVb TT'S.
Engraving:
Mr. T-. D. Gidden-t;' Jr., a graduate of
Parson's llorological Institute, La Ptrto
Ind , U prepare i to do all- kinds of pla'n
and lancv eni;raving at- . ' "
L. D.GIDDEJS' Jewelry Eslablishmcnt.
' West Cuntru Street .
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