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'Us 2 tt i C" :r ft. Gri:btiiii:Tim! )r..r ':-' :;x 11. M, f TU2I!AY.N0V. 15. 1SS. lf.fr .,a leirs. A aaaV.vt fa'.! ar.J w,!.t-..t';, frci'.'c sna-rary c.f tte r.'t.. . cf lh overthrow f t; e l: : ran party. Tf ?rtf. t :'. f, " . in rerarls f the H " C: Scinrx st a iree.i: I'r-v'.';- ia rrif t.rat.ou of The 1 . 1: it ! t arc ;.'.: ij-r tt 4'. :'. r r r ; t :'-:: . : . . 1 t 4 A C . ' vt-k. Nov. : ! N ; ...-..-.l No. 11 --, r - t'i.- r. t- A: Ncv. I'r.. .1. J-S. . . .- 1 j ;. si: .1 mother, ftottl .! s vu e!.:I it r. .:. . - . :-:e vl' iu.1 f :. : it.-. 1.. and after leaved kiiidred.froui loving frtc-uds 7 season- is now at ha 'id when , PAYCASH for their Merthanrli.se ;' . t event ia the ; r of the Repm ' .-. T tear", to low-r 1 f !. will tot ar e .th speaker ia i? f the levattd fj shove j -I CCf!. Ar.I wh . . r'..-;t flat it is ' t ! . 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He will i a.9!a:e!y rertaia that the re 'comfort the smitten heart, lie will tr.r..s of the proper ofSeeas of the be the stay of the widow and the 1 :.:-! on the t r!:t of the 4th of support 01 tae o puaa .-a tie NMe&Wr. showed a decisive pla- s nJirv ia in? State for the eleelors surrerti.jj CXreUd at d lieu-'after the puhlie interests and reiv t 1 V. dr. ks. If aaj dt-rest or altered ' resent the 4th Hist, iu the Hoard x:t ' rets::. ire tow Wia,; prepared or j of Supervisors. This duty was r.'cs ire s ra'ted. they are corrupt j discharged, fairly, faithfully and rl jM.-.nrr tr,! ia fIslf onions of the records of the with ability, aUhou-h jealously State of New York, and the men sruardiug against a lavish expenui aiJ.t g or aWttisi the Biakiaj of, tton of the peoples' money, he ad sac a tcpi.rt are criminals. ,' ministered public business iu the It :s 1.1 1 expected that yon will spirit of progress. He laid aside ta-nt-ly suba.it to the machinations the mantul of life gently and nu of sach men. Lot theui under- i couiplainiagly. When admonished 1st The whole community will miss niat. Twice he was chosen to look i ra o r .lit tie e at- k..: l.a te vu: ttTt'tiTt 1 it. tVt.M. :r ;t is ftaad that yon will recognize at ; of the Christian's faith, his reply lovi tomorrow, throughout the: was: "That is all riut, that is all I'Litcd States, the aetaal election ; right"' and without a struggle, but of Cevrlat-d and Hendricks by only a sigh, his weary soul quit this trr. ;a! salutes. mortul frame. :rJ f-?t c L: oct Estr, Ken-at.isat . ti e lrt d'tres u. :t. Pk t.k r.i i-fr to ft.i ara-)d. a:.dertood, H t -:ti: 1;. ottr Iris.h- The men of New Y'otk are re- mi.:, j;:i:; x::t to 1 tu f:on ' solved not to eubmit to the gross 1 ;!!. r-frt ii.i tLe l:iih "tl .-.;:.: outrage attempted to be perpe 1.1. it ti i-.rlt e lii a frure 'rated itpon their rights and will ti..; t ts l.ta . r tore. We Int-w frpeak for tlemselvt-s. William 11. H.vu.vum, r:j.sa Nitinwl Ih'iu.cri'i.-t'l.ntinillw. A. 1. CiOKM.VX. Mi et to morrow throughout the ! An j. JWrtionate sou and brother toaatiy s'.id expres your opinioas ! a tender husband, a loving father ia a m.i! iter that tat.not be mis-'a tru2 friend a good eitizeu lias fall .a i:i the line ; we can only close ranks to battle mora earnestly for the right. v m '.:' '.; ,ry. l.i.c-tie tea ; It : it-vt li,l. aad aii.-ht ct I :1.1a N tiu-,41 I xut.ve CJlumi::ee. I t 1 Wti tit "Then love'i edft light o'er every eye Shall ehej Its mildest rnys And the h!g silt'iit dust nlmllery With shouts of unites praise." daUes, tl4a that ofj. V The let tin. r.-t -j : j :? Hi : rt : ii t -.t :'i: . t-..T i- i-: . . i'.' tit rk tia: a"u..e.i sotte kind of penance that night, I; t : iti. t zr. pastor 1- sach as putting boiled peas in his rte a pack of i:u!ev , shoes or denouncing his wife's ncv i.r.t 4.Cv:t:s. bonnet. We d tinned preachers Tit coaat nTa'.oat concluded ! wit!,out re-arJ t0 a"' Rfx or 1'' fvr the State txeept for New York j Tl0,,s .co,,.d,ti of crvitude.- city. Ti.ete has nrcn.and will l.e, ",un jnj-mi'tnnaii f.untirer. 1 11:10c frit CI k his. tlectloa Lri:rmrat la .rvs lotk litr. ftoie tJuriv; the da.fc of doiiht over the icsa'.t s, , no material change fiom previous Ccu-c and ti ncral throughout the ; Clares, which fix Cleveland's Union. In YicLfchurg the I.hiine ' plurality at l.L'.'". backers wrre ffrt'i-ciall.v tf.ff. Thev I The Hoard of Canvassers for , Tla' '"'c" e xi itctuet.l of the 1 waefoit.ficd w ith highly tinctured ' Xcw York county will push the tuition has finally fettled into an d.cpatclie from our old fellow eit-1 counting of the votes as rapidly us tiiirclaxing watchfulness of the of-1 ict:,Niithuu I' ran!: whoe l.fo in 1 1'ossible, working from 8 a. m. to ficUl count of the vote of New Washington joined with his geu. J 1 . m., and expect to finish by Jorit. 10 nciiune even nn p-!cral rciuiiatiou for ' tin to snuff"' I Monday niht. proximate conception of the d. incss, was nuppoed to render Idtn grec of feeling taanifeMed in New i mighty good attthority, iu a case Yotk city during the da b imiucili-1 ,l.e th. which bus been perplex otely wieeeeding the t'ectioti, one ; is the Nut'otu l;.tt they are now will have to n.ul the city papets ; wnac hut disposed to ipt'cMion his of that St:,tc. When the Ilepubh strict (( cracy. Had the losers ran i:eeutivc Cv.mn.hiee ts.M- mi. , , cded u tit y wcro bcttihg, rd iu the tlecti,.u of If.aine in th ( m.d as I'.c duiibtless religiously rciytceth cf the oaiutil fgmch. m,d toituraliv believed, their view showin-his defeat j.t;dth. ir claim ' ...!d huveieen different. was backed tip bj'Maine, the indig- i ualion boiled to that degree here j Mll'nd rtlnn in Istaqitf ua. tucts thoughts ftudtxpniou in! Wf learn irZ the Spectalor action Ihe scene in that great tLllt Bl a , tho ,iti,(,1)H tltv,the very heit of a gn U , ,r IssnBe,,a.a committee, Hon. K. tiou, was ten. hie. Hut the cause 'J(,ff,lU,. s. 1:. , au w. K. from wh,eU .t arose made the bght !U,;iins. were appointed to confer whtch .ashed from .adde.,e.l e;,ts ,i!h t!l(. L y (K & T. ;. ,. a beacon of hope and eunfidet.ee j 8!ld f,e ,,at trril;S ,PV m the perpetinty of the Hepubhe. I eo!d induce said company to ex The fonsptratoi.khi.uk spptdied. : tu.d the fiter nxille & Lake Wast And the echoes ftou, Lrsggait ineto,, b,a,h cf said road down uk-u. .arraign muster, w Liel, tMvp , Mrr,., ,.,; , 1 1: .s is i;i a' cord. to our Iissa-iuena neighbota. "Thr Oalj tiy. Yicksbutg will i.ei! unatu r.a ajomeu so portet.tona a inotth since, shtauk into iiot;iii'giics. Indeed tho j.rouipt, the savage Stamping out of tlu- piot to .teal, the I'reeideuey, is the most hope-1 ful harbinger; a ierfcet rt stiriee. I HVOU. te with cur e st-tilt- v, cel. sii.ee :... c. ..... 41... . 1 .... . ... ...... ..,.. ...u. meau ana i:.si.!..us ttcgo the pleasures of a . itx elite- apprehensioa which has to a g,Cat-', tioa. The Cou-tielal Heraid tr-tly ' ei ui .em e.xtui loiina lodgement satLat the' ...:i. 1. - . . ! ' iiu us au siure i,ii. ,.,,. ,1, tiie ji .( Uie ci.rru; I'. tati ti.t.k ltr t c-t.:y wav to t-iett : tton of eat ... iett a;. 5103 t f vote: f j." X. e patty tailt- l' ;;.it. rH." jfl: :.o. J. I '..-: -i.ot.eror lii. :-:,.. .f.. f it. r. f 1 . k t: S. Ci.!:; ..!.. o.J o!i ta A Tone Not to ht Nistakrs. (New Yoik IK raid.) Out counsel i f..r peace ful methods and are caifulahstinetiee from any others, t.!l the la.-t s I......... Jtl.l 11 III. I". .... , National Couuuittet-'s call for ' ' "S sistatice is meant to incite I:puli.'-mr ,a k tU' f'! a licans to resort to violent meat..'''' -. h Ue att. i:C'd lie J eu- to defend frauds on the pretext of preventing them, upon the 1,. -ads of M.kfns and his fellow !i.mi.ij..! of that committee tests the ie spousibility fur tlio stiniug tip of arty violence t'mt may ensue. Tup people of the United' .Slates have been cheated oneC by tho i:. pti!i lican party in a I'residpiithil e...,..i .....1 :.. , . ' .... '" ""inme when the i?t--rr-.al os that iu t cheat was rattlied by an nrbitra-. of t!l t'r-t'-u t ' tmn. In the lfty-ilve million ... ... ', habitants of this country there M- - are not fifty five thousand, if they ; l10,11"1 of i can read and write, who to day do l'1,r oi,p""C. It I.. I i -liot feel in their hearts that from siintletihg a.i th- i-4 .o ,, ... .nairii, i.vi, the I steamers hi:.- men v, t o exercised tliu olliee of rresidcut and Yico lVeniiloni I ever were elected to them fairly, i i,tl( t't. We be here ... ;,- Tlieru will .0 no arbitration this' ' Harvey, b rt.er r f (die of Hie Dinlgcs. ''On the day prccediii the gen eral election tho Tribune printed tho subjoined startling communi cation : Sir: I own about UOO houses, besides several costly public build ings and considerable nml estato in thin flourishing manufacturing city. I pledge myself to sell till I poM'.i'ss hero for one-quarter Ichk than its present acknowledged value if the Democrats elect their President. Every taxpayer and every working man uniL woman will see business permanently pal sied if the South gets into the sad dle. It will establish free trade, get j ay for slaves, and obtain pen sion for all rebel soldiers, P. P. ItAltSVM, Proprietor '(ireatest Show on r.arth.'l Hridgeport, Conn., Nov. 2." If the situation is as bad ns Par ma, pit-diets, be ought to knock tjf at least .VI per cent. TfrrT O.1 Ut Tuesday the hotuo of !.'.';. ard Latham caught Cre and ! s.rt d iia. Very litt'.e of the f-.tL-.t3tc ii sated, as both he '!. ,'e n. j a-sy from Lo:-. t t; t tts It'' bard is one of tbe ...; id-s'.j',o and re-e;f-t4.:-lfr tnu in the, a. i l;Cr s;. ..'hie t.'.L i It : i a SMI,' 'ins, tsy. l'ii tJtre u aa t..u it.p 1 S..t.-.M ;.. 1.414 tji i o ut.a-j L-'.i t. . .: . all the wor ot j Sew York, Nor. 7. The follow i 'k . e' great t. ttr. t ii. address has beeu issued from It s as t..s.-ogtagii g. If old Ir. the head.juarters of tho llepuhli F'-rcl-r J had heard the da tun sand j can National Committee, of New ti rifioaj forats of llaspheuiy City : 'Tho Pcpubfcnn National wh-ch straightway proceeded from Co' unittee rejoices that tho re tie r.epul.heaa throat, he would j turns Dow received warrants it in have had occasion to resort to ! aniiouncintr the tiiumtihiint rlee. tion of P.laiue and Logan. Ilcpnb lieuas havo carried every Northern Htetc except New Jersey and Con necticut. Virginia seems also to have given a majority for the Po publican canso nriel ticket, and there is a strong probability that West Virgi iia has also, while oth er Southern Fta.es nrc in doubt. Northern States however, giro to Hlaino ami Logan 21'.") electoral votes, and insure their election. In New Y'ork attempts to tamper with tho returns have been detect ed, Tho actual vote east in Sew York, King's couniy and l, oth er election precincts give nt the utmost IIS plurality to Grovcr Cleveland, while lo'li preciucts.yet not heard from, gavo 2,171 plurali ty to Garfield. There is, there fore, no doubt that the honest vote of the State has been given to tho ItcpuU'.iean candidates, and though tho defeated candidate for tho Presidency is at tho head of tho election machinery in this State, tho Democratic party, which has notoriously been the party of fraud in elections for jcars, will not bo permitted to thwart tho will of tho people. Ti y National I'epub' lican Committee calls 011 the Chair man and the individual members of nil Now York. Nov. 1.1 Mr. Stephen 11. Klkius,iii au interview yesterday, said : "We ask for nothing more than 1111 ollleial count of an honest vote. And we slujl bo satisfied with nothing less. If tho Democratic Committee is so sure of its plural ity, If it stands on an honest vote, what havo they to be afraid of in 1111 ollleial count V What indeed f Wo wonder if Stevey ever heard of 1h7u! Railroad Siipervblan Before the Public Tho popularity of "Kailroad S11 pervision'' was, we supposo.testcej in Tennesson nt tho recent elec tion. At nil eveuu tho Democrat ic. It. P. Commissioner wcro de feated. This iiiestion nlso pulled down the majority of tho candi date for governor to (!,mit). The Piesidoiitiul electoral ticket had n majority of 12,000. We find tho following in the last issue of tho Spectator. It will be fully appreciated hereabouts: Memphis, Tcnn., Nov. 8tli. F. W. Anderson, Mayersviile,.MisH: "Hurry up returns front Issa quena; Presidential election not decided until they nro in. KVKif.tAN.'' "Still counting. How many do yon want! F. W. Anukkshn.' Synopsis of Council Proceedings. Month.?, Not. 10, 1884. Council met pursuant to call tf Mayor. Present, J. Alexander, Mayor; Sam uel Brown. It. E. Wetherbee, II. VViiez inskl, H. F. Krlgi-r, Ham Green, J. '. Harris, Ceuncllini'ii. Petitions, Goldsmith, II. and X. W ilcst inski, sad Mi-Daniels to remove build ings jrrnnted. Petition H. Sehlesinger to retail li.iior granted. Cumu li provides for feeding hurse for ue of Marshal. Health Oflleer, Street Inspector, Health Inspectors dipc used with. One cart liriver'and one policeman's services dispensed w ith. M11rsli.1l required to perform duties of Health Inspector ami Street Supervisor, and his attention specially called to con dition of sidewalks, with instructions to hfive stitno repaired when needed. Finance Committee instructed to have fence around graveyard repaired. Committee composed of Samuel Rrown, H. Kriger and J. F. Harris tip pointed to contract for putting In good condition the iliniii:i;; in southern part of town, ns aVreed to between the town and II. and N". WilczlnsM and Warner. Al.l.OWANClM, W. It. Moore, repairing hope. .1. VV, Flood, pauper account. W. K. tiililart. Marshal Alnx. Williams, police., A. lthodes, police Hen ( lay, police Harrison, cart driver NOVEMBER we propose to offer SPECIAL aiij! EXTRA (r.r To CASH BUYEt lVe have unequaled facilities for 1 chase of Dry Goods ; having an buyer in the Sew York market, who cLta-1 n, ! 8U 7 k 9 8 7 GREAT TRADE and ALCTIOX Si It would be impossible to quote all of the bargain! tra and we give only a few. We. Offer at Retail: Standard Prints, 23 est, Choice 44 ... Dress Stitle Ginghams, Apron Check " ' -Lonsdale Domestic, lard Wide, Hope ' " " Best Brown l( " Best Sea Island Domestic, Yard wide, Good Cotton Flannel, Brown, Bleached, Best , " , " " All Wool White Flannel, Yard wide, Hunholdt Wool Jeans, - . Good " - , Cotton and Wool Mixed Jeans, Our entiro stock of Dry Goods, Hosiery, otionajfj Boofs, Shoes, Furnishing Goods will be sold correppoudi;, T.rco l..:nnn tl.a r15T IX Alt' i'n-ot. j. 1 leto 111 15 j in ii- A reasonable difference will be made to Thirty Day pan 7 s U 35 JO 25 We design leaking our house the Popular One Price Cash House cfGree: HEATIHIAK, SfllTDl' Weiss .! M. tiozlcr. curt ilrivcr '. M. e iiicll. health olileer lliigli Ctiiihlnham, street super- lutf iutcnt. Ae .toe Willi, engineer I'olvilore Taylor, lamp lighter.... W. Verjjer, clerk si 11D01, hm. A.I) Paie. eonl school No 1 11. Calm, chairs sihool No. I 1 $2 SO i li M ".X 00 40 00 40 00 an iia 40 00 10 (K tl.l tts n n H M M CJ rt a I'.il HG 2,i on tin 00 2r 00 11 (HI 10 to We havo just been informed of the death of Dr. Henry Illackbitrn, a brother of Governor Luko and Senator J. S. C. Itlaekbiirn, of Kentucky. Tho deceased was a or all county commissions to take laPire (,.uiter nil nn cscoiellt hmJ tho promptest and most stringent lll()flt ,)0lll,ur dtizcll ,)f L..collia Circle, Arkaiisaw, The Old and Most Reliable jlSs Soldstsir TT' It T T T- f 1 -r , n noiesaie ana iccran Dealers ml Boots, Shcos, Groceriss and Plantation Supplies, -Washington Avenue, (areeiivilie, Hiss. HPH CIAL Attention G tVEN TO ALL Con si gum cuts of COTTON and OTP-IER PRODUCTS, and Liberal Advances in Special Bargains in Bagging and-Ties- 1 Quite a number of persons from a distance were in lown early in the week, on their way home from r. tendance upon Mhe Sunllower Court, whieh did not coavene. Among the number, nnd from whom we were favored with calls measures to protect tho sanctity of the lwllot. The Republican candi dates have been honestly elected beyond question. Any attempt to cheat the people ami to defeat their wilt thus expressed nt tho polis must be sternly exposed nnd resisted by every law-respecting citizen. 11. F. JONKS, Chairman. Sam'l Fksskxnukn, Secretary. Augusta, Me., Nov. 7, 1881. Chairman II. F. Jones, of tho Re publican National Committee: "I am advised that thcio have been frauds committed iu New York State. er.ii li,icl;.fs.l.'K tin: ' v, - v. , 1 die t !. i i 1:1 ' : L , eh.et.ot,, n jj--.e" fr'ta vet:: j; at.d ., peat-:s.t.il v : if' i tiicne f.ii-ta-..'. t A i'-f.! r iva a !: " t . ' t" u ... tt.t in; U; 2 ' i. '1 g"M- ,tl V t-' t ti IIH.4.'.. i ;u '.' u, . t Vs. if, s t. c i.v ti."- "kU '.! J ' 1 l v ": t... -' '.;,- t -'-"-v7 " 1. ,. . l-'CII1 tut.- V, K, i ii'k, ul i 1 J',1 li' t ;" i,f, ..v.i.t bi....i; k.,t j.B' ,j Hunt ti.,,.-? '(. ; j u'lkii 1 i.e k' M-i-j f, t t:,t oie of e e t :.e othi:..".-,!,: , !.. k I )..,, ;i '4, t ' . . t "0 J ' ti,' i' 01.. '1 I . ;o 4. 1; . -1 ... . t 1,..1;. r. .!.. 1 4 ... . ti... it p 1 .. . ,-, , ...... 1. ..it, tut- iiiiiiesi voie were t..e Men. II. K. Lott of Flovd, I c e, . . U-anl Mr. J. A. Koothe of the ,1 tL,V , f",' f heuhln Lurtonia PteeineU ,,Bri,h f "M 1 th c''ni"' m-m J ,0 fce l,lat e have a fair and lion- Tsf ".fffl -(rrr" Ba'trd. j est count. ,T. 0. P.L.vtXE.'' ;Ti .i: s Dviiioi rat. j To this boomerang the Demo' T':e raise of price of cotton Loin emtio Chairman replied, accusing to by the Ca:ro Oil Mill has ' the Republican National Commit- a-jsed qcite a comrnotioa among lee of endeavoring to induce the tie eott-oii .-eed rnea of this sec-1 Comity Flection Commissioners to i falsify their returns -, uud that the said committee was yet designing to defeat the popular will. He had many relatives, the limits and Johnsons, in this county, where ho frcciuont ly visited. Maud S. q'rols a Mile in 2:00 1-4. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 11. The sb f.t Is broken and Maud S., the Queen of tho Turf, has inndo the fastest mile 011 record. Time Quarter, :.t.3 3 4; half, L01 ; three-cpttarters, 1:37 ; mile, 2:00 1 4. Her next nest record is 2:09 3 1. .it.- t,'0 per cent .f ti . 1 time, nor any submission. iKvening News. Wo believe it to be our tint y to caution the friends of P.laine that any attempt to subvert the wii! ,f the people by tampering with the returns will bo perilous. The pop. "hice, ia the caso of fraud In the nuiua, couui not bo restrained. As much as wo depreeato violence I?.. ri,l.r,,,ulcuu,;" W'dshed "v.m uc nit, leauit, Uewure!"' S., was in MeirpU'to. Of all theTtT paj- llonted the name erf 1 w , j t., ,v Ilcndiicks at the top of ; uiiin more lustily than the lii Post. That paper is i.ow i'1 i to its zealous campaign !,r freely uud profusely helpi;.- t... President elect make up Lii. Cloud. nu i s 1. 'h '-.'lie so '.' us: rs . o' ouj;'. ik i.' . . 1, x. y j'ot,. ..vu. f . s.i; , -eine tit ; i.e - ,i . iu 1 , ei hi . I'','. : " L u, fvf !tnal j The e-flives of J. M. Edwards! ?eul naiiagT. and the other offi- j e , of - Ke I N. 0. & T. K. li. have S l-.-eu on,ved from VieksLnrj to iJtutiis. ! The "Paltry Mountebank." IComercml Herald.) Chalmers has telegraphed to MoPherson, in Washington, that he will coiitcjt tho election of i..e t ; Fiilntkn, Fla, has been burned. The New York Tribuno thinks by negroes, beenuso of Clevland's election. This is not very compli mentary, either to the moral or mental fitness of tho negroes for the duties of citizenship. Oneida, county, N. Y. gave Cleveland a plurality of 28. It gave Garfield a plurality of 1,971. Kings nnd Oneida, the homes of Conkling and P.eecber showe d the chief losse s to P.laiue. The work of raising the embank ment for tho Arkansas City nnd Greenvillo and laiko Washington branches of tho I.. N, O. & T. R. U. is nearly completed. Tho weather has been favorable and tho work has been rushed. 1 1 ' '- i-i '. Cev.a j-e,u It. tVUl.. jT-.ti t,,U! I i, ', tfi '.j, 'ej,,.;, J'e 4.U . l,.r-. 4,4,1 vt4 Until uud li.e ."'.t.,. .., e . 4 -i ;;,t uj'to. ' int. ban :,.) ii.t U fi t l"j;.t !ii44:: 0 f. - ..ii.n.e. , .''. 1 'I Lcrlorc's majority for ditchings was 790. She also enjoys the hon or of bejng the only county in tho District, wo believe, w hich ;avo a majority for the National Demo cratic Ticket. Tho Yallcy Flag heartily en- Agents for CLARK'S O. X. T. SPOOL THREAD. TO TIIE TRADE. Our Mr. Weiss just having returned from the Eastern it" em markets, when, lie carefully selected nn immense and w til'til stock of goods, consisting of the latest shades of Silks and Satins, in, Plain, Surah and Bn CASHMERES in all shades, nnd Trimmings to uiatck. An immense assortment of Dress Goods of all B An endless variety of Plain, Striped. Cheuked a ttashet Flannelo all shuts A most beautiful line of Lsdics, Kisses and Children! in Silk, Llslo Thread, Merino nnd Palbriggan,in solids, strip Our stock of Linen Table-wear, Xoweh Ladies Taney Embroielerod and P.aln Xlandkert Also Lace Collars, Fichus, and other Seek Wear cannot be e.xceUt BLANKETS, QUILTS AND SPEE too numerous to mention, Wo also curry the largest stock of Corset b 8' Ladies Silk, Merino and Woolen Vcsti other Underwear, in town. Our DOMESTIC pnd STAPLE GOODS by Case We would therefore reanost yon kindly to call around and! our stock before purchasing elsewhere, As it will be to your advantage. Ittspectfiiilv yours. 1m ti Ho. 3 vi the i.e it House tie Demo ! Morgan ! The paltry inouu- ;t.s fcave a majority of i t. tehai.lt is ready to do anything to 1 is oo3 e ocj:h. " keep him before tho public, even . '; for a brief period. l!o ought to -'y follow the example of his proto- "Te i.ot u eietp h a well, norj,-T JueLts Iscariot. Whatever o i i,s a elttrrh dooi; but 'tis ' c' was sai'' of Judas, he bad ioi'i't M-rve." j the courage to rid the world of a j dorses thenssertiou of tho Gkkex- .TTi . 7,- .. i worthies lil. Chalmers, on the , vtl.t.K Times; that "the Levee IiV-.J,r7 U' ,l01" of, 'd no offense against I V V l:0,V?-. ,-Lo-"of men. it is meat, drink and rai-: Gov. Lowrv." -et.,. i, 4ue l..e-etaodK..etrs re-1 mel!l , hill j V. . i ..-n0 ,;Ai..A tfaeClaiue Liec-i apital prize Louisiana Lottery, ' ;w -.'7J- jnty for Cleve- Vauderbilt has joined his eon-j Dcr;!M btr 0. 00(1 I ,l'u ' . iratalaliou to those of Jay Oonbl. Secure j out titkcU iu time. BANK OF GREEiWILlJ ESTABLISHED 1869 W. A. rOLLOCK, rretideat. .Iamus KoBiatTsflA. TEAS? ACT A GICNERIL s.mismg business ril C v- A ir lork Correspondent, H Aiii OVER PJATIOWAL SAo