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EBpTH REMIKICESCES
B?-- : ' •^HP^ lt? Scries < of ConitnercJnl
■r-|i ■.gj^B^'as: to ; I'romoie Soatlxcrn
Bs .^■p-Thc lUolinirtnd HolctlTJ.te».
■ p^Sdilor or the T)Jf!pa!ch:
H'llft-i-iol- yo: J *-° :ri<i tj!sn?:st j! sn?:s ot Which
Bf-fisT! Giles Jo Colors! A. S. Buford.
H^pll- Calhoan's prescient views ta
WfzM.io f.oulhrrn rai'.road routes anfl
B^airr^.J.sis r-ociljon cr Atlanta, Ga..
me to write them 'for you.
H-^Wr'o. compulsory' delay, I comply
■^^Ijbl'ishod ■ : Mr. .' Gilts's ' .snterc£tins
j* i&fcceiHbcr L' 2, ISSl,;but- :'t is daied
■|§|thOusht and advocated in Jsjiua:y,
H^rapif- " present communication •w-lii
B^^^cayrtd'th'o:yearlS4i;.".twe;ye"year>
R^^pihtlSS3; but It will; show how tn «
■^S&uthCCarolmian; ; clung to. his" ear
■f«SpeptloW cads continued to enforce
Hl^^toredyer, ■-, Mr."" ' Giles > soea on - to
■|^r^at^in v--^is,,v --^i 5 ,, he, /M-.;. Tuns tall : and
B^fagf^K'ero engaged in promoting: the
■^^tft>;to : ' Danville, which isnow a.linK
B^^^)f I the routes, to the great centre,
■^^S^B.Thcre! are now. four or five rail
■ -|^^pjtf.s":"from: ; Richmond' to Atlanta,
■|ffi^Ovomber,lS4s,f was held- in Zlcm
■el^ean., the second o£ the series of
B^MS^i/ commercial conventions / t^ai
■i^^Bienfled ■'.- to promote the - interests
■^^feouthl -" Mr. ■ James Lyons, ■of Rich
■^KpfesWed over a large one that was
■ISba*&ras ;; he3d:ln Savannah,: arid I at-
I^P» JJ | as ;' a ■ "delega to from Rid? mona ;
■SfiiSsrJ'whicli- -assembled in linoxville,
■ ■r.'V^,: aV.d was presided over by Mr.
■iffipoT.MiemphSs convention of Jsovem-
I-ifl&r 3Si5, Richmond appointed three
lf«?;V<^hi;f ; I was th c on 1 y on c who at-
Henry VT. Moncure ; an.d
H«S^ryndham' ; Robertson were, . I think,
lii^pier^appolritees. Several .years after-"
: similar assemblage, In Slem-
IMllS.ichmond sent the Hon. John; SL
I^^feirid'-Mr. ' James A.; Cowardm and,
|^^tb?eir : ":' expenses.- -I .very ' cheerfully
||p'^cd : mine. I was then: editor and
pfptiletor or the Southern Literary Mes-
end thought tho trip might re
to: the advantage of tJiat „magai
f^idreover;: its great friend, Matthew:
llfttoury. '■■■• -had powerfully addressed
ilif convention, in the Messenger," and
v i &ared tho way 'for bringing before it
S^arehoysing system f or ' foreign im-
K^lons^whlch • was-done: by', ihe dele-
TWs system was
P igtrards espoused by Senator R. M. T.
is ilerv of . Virginia, and,othcrs, and was
P |y] adopted' by the United States Con-
P strand : is istili- in operation. ...;•,. -..■'. .
1 penfrfgot to Chai-leston, en my jway
m Slemphis, r I 'not only "riiade, but * met
W, feialntarices, f ot I had been there ba-
P f "arid": Judge Cameron, of Raleigh, had.
1 merino a letter of introduction to
I mp"s Gadsderi. His" brother, ,: colonel
i jlacn;"; was: one of Uie chief promoters
ffl, Uae| projected railroad from Charles
pHHtp??: Memphis; he "and the other,
gfarleston delegates determined to'; travel
|9Mage ! to 'the:Misslssippi river, in 'order
i^E'lthey/ might inspect the intervening
S^PBtry.v--"!-' saw themTstart."". -■ - -
ilftursuea my. way. towards Mobile and
Sfito-;AtlantaV Mr.- Giies^ describes ..it
|:^a?placo.of very small note, consisting
i Mpiiavern; v a..blacksmith shop, and, per-
ortvro." I think I had to
.igr-j If Into and out of Atlanta. . : . .
\ ■■■ ROUNDABOUT WAY.
' : 'itv.-as in about the same, condition in
fflSiber; ' 1545. 1 dp not know, that even
Spit It :iiad ' a post-office. , And yet the
|js|>netKß:''U Calhoun . foresaw, its future,
Iw'Jilargely realized. At some .point in
I^SmW (its termini , not recollected) a"
of about forty miles had
of /which a polite Mr.
«®ard^; from the neighborhood ; of Fred
aMiburg; :Ya., was president and mana
i.x. I" think he passed me free over his
i®|!and s 'that ■ it bore me to Montgome ry.
; jp?is the expectation ""was; of: getting
a^nt'the 1 "Alabama -river in a steamboat,
jSfeit)rie : .could "be" found likely Eoon to
■i& arid 5f there had been: one,. the time
iftsVgetting down- tlu« river was very
I BraaSri^ arid - the determination was to
iißh- Memphis, if possible, ,.liy the.open-
M/ol^tbe cqnventloru- So,-; an -all-night
IJte(St;Tld.e "v^as encountered, and .-about
y^-brcalc Blakely was, made arid thence
IMteairier, for 'tae.' transportation . of live
|©ck"td6k me- to Mobile., Thence. to New
leanjsTr'-a*: fine- steamer relieved .the te
.usricss and ■ fatigue . of • previous travel.
ithe-BayiCfescent; City, passage was
cen' on ! " a ; large arid j handsome steara
itv- the • Maria, which was bound lor
iiiphls, ; In good time ■ ■ the. conven
siTir'-Asgood hick: would have It, sne
slto? carry" thither; Mr. ■ Calhoun,; Gen
alf^Pendleton Games, and other <Sis
fffuisnod; delegates. The .General .was
boiripanled by Ills' litigous, but very at
ajcuveiwife.- who ' by her perseverance.
mJavETeat: victory, in 'the courts of
stlca.".".-'.::^ '■.- ■" '.'■ '-. -'/ ;■". ' - . '-'■■
findng the passengers was an engineer.
ll^uisiana, a : Mr. Forsher. (Forshay).
'thinlc- who : had with him a large and
tteliriap of tho United States." One day;
>. liuri g it up that <he might expound
Ist schemes of ; improvement.' Mr. Cal
ouV andJGcneral Games were the chlei
membere) of his class, but : I- drew- near
mariistened. But whilst that map was;
j^fore ■ him, • tlie treat statesman and
irdphet" became the instructor, and ite
tatedlarid enlarged: the views as to the
•mites £' and expansion- of southern rail
■oads;4'which Mr. Giles had heard from
i!m ; ilnilS33. : t He said > that Atlanta would
ibme ? day?be like the centre of a great
1 PURE and HEALTHFUL
ppl^^dmbstvfKolesomiS
|^r!t|Kd|perfectj)rodu^
IfwiiTEHS^SALE OF. GOOD LDCfil
l&fitlKG POWDER- ISAUMVER&AL^
: ;Ks«rlONy OF irS" EXCELLENCES
SOLO IN SOUD.TRAINLOAD LOT& ;
:'w3OUTH£kN.MA.NUFACTt'RINGCO:
SmMwSr.'TS' .. '... ...•*«f^_vft!
We are clearing up our Winter Stock before stock-taking time, wliicii is now near at hand. Prices have been cut in fact,
in many instances cut in half, great quantities of any one kind, but enough to rn&Ke an early can result to yuui ciuvai±Lc* o e.
The New White and Wash Goods are hero, and' in larger variety than ever, and all
marked at our'usual fair prices, Many of the styles carried by us are exclusive and in lim r
White Gdodsv
r rCiIGII oallSIO,
Our Own importation.
■'-- : : ' ■ ' -". ; ■' -. '- ■■ . * :: : ■ " ■
47 inches wide, . fi ne and jiheef, [ and an elegant washer and
wearer. ■■'.Theso' : .woibuy.\diiect i from : : tho -manufacturer. This
means a saying for you of at least one fourth. ■
Unmatched values ...... ...;....".. 1 ..;.... 25, 35, 40, GO, 60c.
Sea Island Batiste, 32 inches wide, fin« and sheer, extra
values 1.............. ............' .......^...... .35, 3S, and \2Oc.
Checked and Strl ped Dimities, fine and sheer,; tho usual
162-Sc. kind, special .......;............ ....;.. 12 _l-2c.
India Llnons, fine, sheer, and, soft, unu*suallj r attractive
values •-..... ...G 1-4. S 1-3, 10, 12 1-2, 10 2-3, 20, 25 to 50c.
Persian Lawns, fine, sheer, and light weight,, extra good
ralue3 ........1- 1-", 10 2-3, 20, 25 to 50c.
French Nainsooks, fine and sheer, extra: good values, -.
; ' /SO, .".7 1-2, 40, CO, GO, 75c., and $t
■': : French Organdies," full two yards wide, extra values,
'■■•-:«, 40, 50,'«.-,.75c, ?1, $1.25
: Linen Lawns, full j-ard wide, all 'pure linen
40, 50, 00, 75c, $1, $1.25
Ne w Tiicki nps and ■ Yokings.
Corded Madras, fine and sheer,/ dozens of new patterns: to
select from ..................... 12 1-2, 15, iG 2-3, 25c.
Figured -Damask's .for -wash waists, iiew and stylish, "ex
clusive desijois ........'........_... ..* v .....>.- .............. ..;..40c.
,"■:. Entirely new Ideas In Fancy /Whites, .with mercerized fig-
ures" nrid'stripes, i...... .:.....♦...••• •••25, 37 1-2, 40, and 50c.
Special,- , -r^:
'Remnants of Nainsook; India Linons, Frencb
Nainsook, Linen Lawns, Persian Eawns, Batiste,
&c:/in good useful lengths, and marked at about
one half their true former price. . ■
3oy£ Shirt Zsaists
v ' . at JfGlf Price.
Motliers' Friend and; Star
■brand Boys' Waists, percales and
White- cambric, made in the
best manner, with; and without
collar. .
The $1 onfts",y3ur. pick now, each.. s9c.
Xadies' 'Jfandkerchiej s. .
Ladies' All-Linen Embroidered' Hand
kerchief s, slightly soiled- from handling,
the 25c. ones, now ..;".\.........'.'.12 l-2c.
*, Ladies' Swiss Embroidered Handker
chiefs, slightly soiled from handling, the
16 2-3 and 23c. ones now ................9c.
Ladies' All-Linen Collars,; in the want
ed/ shapes, some slightly soiled "from
handling, the 121-2 c. ones, now ......7c.
Men s furnishings,
Gentlemen's Fancy Half Hose, the 25
and S7 l-2c ones, now .1... .......;l9c.
Men's Collars, in the new shapes, some
slightly soiled from handling, the 121-2
and 16 2-3& ones, nov. T .....:.. ........ ..7c.
Men's Laundered Linen Bosom Shirts,
slightly, soiled from handling, the ?lones,
now 09c.
Men's Ties, Four-in r Hands. , Imperials,
Bats- Wings, etc., .tho 25 and o3c. ones,
now ....'............. .......... 15c.
Rugs and pruggets
at Clearance prices.
Ix 2 yard All-Wool Smyrna Rugs. .$2.75
3x4 yards All-Wool- Smyrna -Druggets,
the- $22.60 ones, now .............-...517.50
.3x4 yards Bunahar Wilton Druggets
now ......... ..:..:....". ;........ .......§32.50
; Hearth Size Velvet Rugs, tho $L4S kind.:
now/ . . ........ .'. ;-; .... ...... . .51.20
-". 3x4 yards Bigelow Axminster Druggets,
the: s4s ones.' n0w. ....... .'................%-io
Arabian" Edgings and Insertions, , were'
EOc. yard, now ....:. ■';;.. .;.';..:.•.;•.. .....J3c.
_ XamarMai Is very superior in quality and finish, combines high standard of excellence with a pleas-.
a2lt.prl.ee.-. It makes silken .linings a possibility ?af a small expenditure, sixty shadin^s: We are i^ 1
Eichmond -agents, yard. ;..........: i ; ; ; :■■:■-'-. . 4>QG
spider's web,l with numerous trunk lines
of railroads meeting in it and connecting
• roads and branches in several States! act-
Ir.g as | feeders aud assistants ,to these
main -Hues. His: characteristics;: were
clearness,: plainness, and force, 1 and these
wera displayed in this earnest topographi
cal: lecture, which deeply impressed every
listftner.r':;' - ; ■ //. - ' '■■"■ - \
P I once visited Milledgeville when It was
the capital] of Georgia, and spent a good
part ; of a winter in Atlanta after • it . had
■ been made the seat of ■ government. • Its
fine State House had not been com
menced, and the Legislature met in; .the
[ Kimball -Opera-House, and there" I, for
[the: first and only "time, saw negro: State
! legislators. .. - ■/ ; : ; ■' - ■-■ ■■'--■
! .:;■•;-.>: •■■;■ HOX. JEFFERSON- -ID AXIS. B? :; '
i ", The", citizens 'of "Katcnez,^Miss:, : had
made preparations to give' Mr. : Calhoun
a : grand reception, arid the Hon.; Jeffer
son ; Davis was to ba their ; leader and
': spokesman.' But an accident -to our
fine steamer, so impeded; her. that, v instead
of .? arrivirig:' at . Natchez ; In- tho ;' forenoon,"
she" . did I not get there until ; night, and
Jthe Intended demonstration 'had'; to: be
abandoned;. But a large committee,!head
icd£by ; Mr. ir Davis, came l-on■ } board \ arid
i'gave;:Mr.'i Calhoun : a cordial -•: informal , re
ception;f ■ They i retrained ts jldng^as; the
fCapjtalril could; : allo\y^theifl,>- for^he was
; now anxious 'about : getting: to ■Memphis in
time': for; the • opening of .: the convention/
lof "'i which 'd It ;; was ; foreknown ;:': that ■' Mr;
iCalhdun^was.;to,;bd-,madeTp"resldenlu. So;
J^with :her,^ckeried:8 J pMd f nthe!Maria r passt!
•ed ? on* against] tho current of ; ' 'the Father
of,- Waters."
Slnjrularly enough," during, myl residence
|ln¥J Missouri^::; Ifi formed' j an ; ; iritimate";-lac
fquidnt^ceVvwlthjhericap^n^ifTheddor.e
i'Dunnf ca^tv' He > became /an ; officer .: of ;'• ''Tha
JBdardv of Hlnderwrlters," -v of I St: lA)uis;
|and|mai^ed^a4near::relat!voiof<rriine. r: I
j was ; repeatedly, the; recipient" of , their lids
'pltalily.; '■;■■•■■ , j. ; ■ -^Mg§
On ..tho beautiful attrrnoon of the. flay:
before , 4 tl;e ' convention, 'when we v.-ora
i'stiUfsdiriefinUesf below vSfemphlsMiiveSde?
":'■" -•: > ■ ,- ? !, -
THE=HiIhMOND DISPATCH. -'SUivb AY : ' JANUARY 12, 1902.
t Weyv Wash Goods.
-■■" New Batiste,; in a perfectly -bewildering. assortmentof "en-.
' tir ely new .'patterns and co] dring5 . ... . . . . '. . ..... •-.... '. .: .12 l-2c,
' NewfDotted Muslins,"- plain arid 'figured,' new; arid: stylish.
! patterns :. : ....... ■....";..'.;.... _... ; ..i..-....v...; ........ : ./....1G.2-3c._
! Real ••' Scotch .Ging hams, the : kinds ; that wash, and; wear so
' nicely, and do not sh rink, entirely new patterns and 'colorings,
!'..»•-•;■■" :'"/;■-■ :■" . ; : '- ;"■' : '■■:.; ■■"■' ■■■" ■:'■".•■•■■■'-'""." : '•; ./ : ,^25 and 35c.
{ Real Irish Dimities, fine and sheer, new and effective pat-.
j terns '■■-....•• -'.•-*.•"■.•■;• •.••"•:••'■ •"'• •'•••..'■ ••••••;•"• '"V: •.••"'• ".■•'••' •■■ 2r '°S
j .Fancy Dress Linens, for separate. Waists -and Dresses,
I new and stylish pat terns '■', and . colorings . . . . . • ....... .37 l-20.
• ■ New Cotton >Crepons, very desirable .for house" dresses,
j all colors .y.^:.......y:..^...;y : ]:.^.....^.:..y^'..'........:^'2 r 3 ; c r
i Grass Linens, all linen, unmatched! '.values,--: ; ; :)
•' '. ' / , f / . '25,, 35, 40, 50, and 60c.
Silk and Linen "Grass 1. Linens, /fine and-sheer; ask to see
our special at 39c; actual value, 50c; other qualities, >.' ■
■ -, r-/; '; . ": . -' : :'" ;■:; „.' :;; - 50, S9c, and $1
V Ecru" Grenadines, with, fancy stripe ;,of; lace, etc.;" very
new. and stylish ........:.....'....'... .•,-,•;,.. • •.•_• • • -- • - • • • ..... • ; .6Oc.
j Silk Ginghams, n ew and stylish patterns ■ ......... . . ..... SOc.
I Embroidered- Swisses.
;:dur own importation, which insures exclu
sive designs i and the saving off the .middleman's
profit. "^'" . " ;.-.:■; ;- -.•. _, ■_,-.- '. '
32-inch Dotted and Fancy Embroidered, Swisses,. . " _
40, 50,/ GO, G5,-,75r Ssc, $1, $1;25, $1i35
45-inch Dotted and Fancy, Embroidered Swisses,- exclusive
designs ......... ........'.....: .......... 51:19, $1.75,.and $2 yard.
..pecial.
•Remnants of wash goods, all kinds, in good
useful lengths, and marked at "•^ridiculously low
prices/- -"---'•' ■ . ,_-'^ .- - • ~ »-
New American Made_Ginghams, fine and light-weight) very,
effective patterns ....;.:... ..1... ....... 10; 12 1-12,, an<3-Jt6 2-3 c .:
-.New Percales in an immense range- of new: patterns': and
coloririg3 .......... ................:.. .U.....i. ........... IS l-2e/
New Stnbroiderjes .
- The new ones are here in an
immense variety. St. Gall never
sent daintier patterns across the
water, ; r • - * . ■ - ,
. Nainsook Edgings, inwidths from 1-2 to
9 inches; new and" dainty 'patterns, ;
C 1-4, H S 1-a, 10, 12 l-2.t0 25c.
•„' Nainsook Inserting, new and /very ef
fective patterns, in widths from. 1-2 to 2
inches ....:.. .....J.IO, 12,1-2; to S9c. !
•Nainsook, . Cambric, and Swiss Match
.Sets, hundreds, of new patterns to select
from. - ,f ■">
Nainsook Ribbon Beadings,; entirely new
patterns, in widths from 1-2 to" 2 inches,
;.: 10, "12 1-2, 15, SOc. yard.
Nainsook, Cambric, and Swiss All-
Overs, entirely now patterns,
75c. to ?S yard.
Manufacturers' Remnants'"
, , of Embroideries.
Nainsook, Cambric, and :'-. Swiss Em
broideries, the newest and most", sought
after, patterns, : in ; lengths from 3 to 6
yards, all fresh and • perfect, and all
marked at about- half price,
. 12"l-2c. kind ; U....S 1-Sc. yard.
15c. kind ........'..:..:...: 10c yard.
20c. kind .............12 l-2c. yard.
...' 2sc. kind .... . .'. . . . '. .'/. . . . . .:15c. yard.
'■ 35c. kind ............. .......IG 2-3 c. yard.
- 40c. kind .:...............;..... .20c." ; kind.
"45c. kind .......... ....;."....25c. yard;
Odd Pairs Xace Curtains
V 1V 1 at J^alf Price.
■In Irish Point,". Tarnbone," : Nottingham,-
Brussels, and Arabian Lace, only one'
pair -of ;k kind, and" marked at half-price.
■:,;. ?2 Curtains now .. '........l;..sl,pair. ;
53.50 Curtains now .....;..... '.Y.. : .$2 /pair.
• $2.50/ Curtains now ............$1.50 pair.
$3.75 Curtains now . . ... .... . . . . .: .$2 ■ pair.
-■';" §1.75 Curtains now ...... ."...;.. "..:?I. pair.
?5 Curtains; now '. ......... .... -'.53.50 pair.
. $7.50 , Curtains now ..... . v . ..... .'. . .?5 ; pair.
SlO, Curtains now ....... ...... .$7.50 pair.
$15 Curtains now . . ... . . . ....... .?1O pair.
$15 Curtains, now/ $12.50 pair.
'■ scried a fine steamer rapidly approaching
'. us,. with flags flying, a band playing, and'
V . a large company of ladies '. and gentlemenr
[ whose jubilation; was intense as soon as
j- they ; recognized" the:: Maria, for : their '* -«
i pense and anxiety were -now" relieved.
; j Our; passengers and crew vigorously .: an- :
;t swered . their .'glad, acclaim. ;The: two
; boats were soon lashed side by side/ .with •
safe •.-;■ gangways -between ; them. . Distin
guished ;committeeinen arid.;. others : came
on board and -paid" great respect to "-Mr."-'
Calhoun. Havings. witnessed this/ l':be
- .took me to thelother; boat to see what
. Was going: on there: Everybody was in
; ; high ; f eatlier, and ; ln :the ; dancing 'much:
;of grace and beauty -was displayed;? and
such was our " triumphal ; ; entry; into "the",
, Choctav/ City. , • . •
,_: COXVEXTIOX ASSEMBLES.
■; : b^"® Dext day * N °vember:l2th :(I;think);=
ISiD, v'«the convention, large ;and"eminenV
: assembled;,; Mr. Calhoun;; was? President;
. tlieyi; took ;; cognizance 3. : of S a"; great" many :
important ; subjects and- appointed' a"-com
-niittee.jof which Colonel'./ James" Gads
den, of. South Carolina,' was / : cha.irman,
; to memoralize; Congresstfinfl regard ;Ato
H lein " :vTheir memorial;andißceompahy
• •; ing documents ,were referred? to ;■: a 'l special'
- committee iof^thesUnited'States^Sehate;;!
■ ■ o ?;Which/Mr. : ;Calhoun- was ■ chaJrman^He : i
■ made 'liis, able, report I ther"e6n;'j ; "and ; ' it r was ; >
| published , in ' f uli; ini the"; S.V.K-; MessengV-r;?^
i ?^° U »' !M 3"- Editor^: must^ be toldiidfSaVfa
'■■ mousxepisodeithat occurred iat :r tWs}greai
. convention.; : r There^"were -in : attendance
J po m il a sooa manj.- members and attaches'
of / the - press,/- among tr-wkom fi^were'il fine :
: ; speakersr:;goodv;smger& : ; : sldned^>Btqryi !
' : t ?Ne r s; l and v admirable jokers. .They/de^
* ;termineaj t6 : have a; banqu'etvdf (theirjown^
;; and they, did have • one. .The m'jnu^of
I both^soHds and liquids was Rood and
I a kH^ dant >* and.pcrhups there ns\er>a3,'
; for so many hours among the &ame:num-j
S -beriof men, such a continuous , Jlow of
j good i^'.-isiiy, olorfuonce, song "vt-it ' nnd
Table and Bed Linens at January Cleaning-Up Prices.
l^e ail!pjjre r flajx.kind
esamination'of the sterling values we are offering .. will make you
at easy buyer. ■;--,- ■ - . — . - ' -. . '
Napkins. ' " " ;.
all pure flax, , fu.ll bleached, and heavy
weigh L... "... . :' . "'
Soc - Damask' Damasks now ;.;75c.
$l:Damask-Damask3 now .?.v.;..S7r;_l-2c.
?1.20 Damask Dama"sks"ndw ......OSc.
$1.50 Damask Damasks/now .51.25
Damask ; Clotiis, ;/ a3l widths and lengths!"
some slightly soiled .from /handling, at
greatly reduced prices. • .
(Towels. - \ ■■
';' 18x36 Hemmed Linen Huck Towels, -the
:$2 kind ..;i...:.;...;.....:....V.51.4S dozen!:
: 20x40 Hemmed r All-Lincn Huck Towels,"
tho^ usual $2.50 kind ....:...... ,SI.9S dozen.:
22x44 Hemmed All-Linen Huck: Towels,
extra heavy, weight, the usual . $3 kind;':
.: ■-.".''. : : ,: $2.38 dozen.
: ■ 22x44 H. S. All-Linen' Huck Towels,*^ the
u5ua1 "53.50 kind, special ,;..S2.OS dozen.
vTrt pepartment,
(Second Floor.) ; ' .•■■■■:■-.■■
■Fancy Covered Eiderdown Pillows,- tho
entire .lot that sold at ?5.95, : $10/ and $12,
your : pick ... . ... . . . . .". .... ... ........ .'".s4-.OS
The '52.50, ':$2.9S^ and, $3.50 ones n0w.. 51'.05
I JapanesejGold Embroidered Satin Pilr'
low Tops, prices $1.25 to $5, your choice,'
'" ' : .' - . • . - ■:- :OSc. J
$10 Japanese . Silk Lambrequins : now
.'"'., : ■■■■■'\'.( : :-:-., ■':.:: -■< : '- ' ■■ ;'■: '--v $4.95
• $4 Japanese Silk Lambrequins n0w.52.95
Lace Patterns In Centres; Scarfs, Table-.
Covers, Trimming Patterns, etc.,-, now
.. ~i??l?h'* : y':-' ; " -" ; .:-.- '■- ■' '.'.:. '■ . - r "~, -~r C.P-'C .P-' ea-ch-T;
.< 27-inch All-Wool- Moreens, . colors Green j
Cerise, and Plum",' the 50c. kind, n0w.39c."
; 39c Black Satin -Striped MercerizedrMo-'
reen n0w;.. '.'..:'. ;..Vi.... . r .v.-.;\25c. ; -
Best ;Printed: French Flannels, the 75c.
kind, now . . . . .*. .... ... ........... ... ; . .50c."
■ '&sc. Polka-Dot Eiderdowns now. . . .30c.'
25c.v Solid Colored Eiderdowns now.lOc."
it ■ would, afford ; exceedingly : rich-" reading!.
The ■.Mfissenger was called to presidel-
We all the absenCd of .George
■R-.;; Pr entice, : ; of ,' the; ; Louisyiile. Journal.
■His paper was "represented byits business
manager,; but he contributed; to th'di.ex
ercises', only., a'; portly Vpresence,*>; dignified;
manners, -and'. respectfur.jattentlon^Pren--:
> tice/y/ould :haye"^ : ''pitched' in" and" been
a welcome; leader.: ;:•■":; ';. ' : '<■'.- •?>
/Among these i editors ,were':AL.B. Cham
bers, of the; St.rtL'ouis (Republican /(then
.^^a). and Shadrac : Perm, .of the*; Ms
souri ;■ Democrat. v ■} Chambers s was \ small;;
■ n eat, : ; and ■ : trim, :* but .by no., means \ glum.
Perm ponderous,; and vover-lv over-l
| flowing ;withr humor. r^; I Vwerit^up;to?St/:
| ;X<ouis ;-; with ' thtm ; and . other , -delegates^
I from ; /,that:;eity.' _T.h^riyer : .wasLlow.:and
i ;our i steamer ; not ailarge ; 6ri& ; ; * ; , Her*" mate
i had 'great: difficulty; in;- keeping; her;: "trim-"
j med," r so • that l her,-wh'e\sls Von" both: sides
j : mightl ac tfequa] ly: upon": thet.water. ;;■ ;:■ Ho
: had ;his boxes' moved ■ from place
Ltd : pla'ce;|but;-f oixiid ".that '■ their '^ effect': w"a3
counteracted; I, they Awere t mqvedx again.
| " At ) 1 ength^ ./ he s disepvered^that
irMr.rPennhtook^.*isrßo(>Jpqurids,va\.crowd
* wa«
: ; his| boat.;: j/Then^e^tod^^note^of |-Mrvi
•? Perm, : ; as s W'ellr as *rd'f ?hisf deck :-!welght3{!: -!welght3{!
[.a'nd'iihls^'c'raftlran'.'far.s'riiorefevenly. - •
TRIP TO ST, LOUI&i;^/ -• ;; :^
LjtT^iO:{tripstdjSt"Jl^i^^n'diti^so^ou
L,there\Mesremembered"syylth^l^e"aV^g^stdT
itosthisl' day, ;|but Sthel getting I^thenceSto
;>will
b*e .' seen. , . One 1 of ; the? pleasures t in v. tha
■^^^®**I?^»j^SlcTi" s: ig;anas;o&i'f6rjfl»ei^
h^aud|^pbsltipn^of^l^,^'{n^conraemq^
ration oi* tho Louisiana purchase, was
|ytJ^acQuaintance;aiid?Hdspitali<^of|tiat
i'elegant and liberal-minded % ffentlemanii
[James T. Yeatnian. When our acquain
jjta^dj^aj3?ren^ea^l^e^||gaxs^^
%vartls, " hs sh<>wcd ma ' tho Fame cour
''x^f and klrid^ess, nlthouffh. we .shave
. _ . v ._ . . . •....: & ' '' ...... "
Very .Worthy Silks
at -Greatly Reduced Prices.
Taffeta-. Si Iks.
21 inches Vwide.'fast 'edges,- ektra' heavy-weight, and all-pure
slikfi- every "conceiva ble shading:, | including Black f and White,
theis9(^^quality,^special:>^..>...^^.; .:....V r ..;. v ..4Sc^yard.
Wash' Silks. v
heavy weighV'very effective patterns and colorings,. the : ; 45c.
quality, 5pecia1,'..............:... ....23c yard.
Figured Crepe Oe Chines.
new ;and' stylish patterns, all' colors, the 'sl.so quality, special
- . ; \ $1.10 yard.
CofibrSd. : Dress Goods
' at Quick fVloviog Prices,
All-WqolEnglisli Homespuns, widths 44 to
54"inches. " -",- ■■■:' : '-.". ... : : :- : ■ / ■■■■ ' ' ■:: : ' - • •
Former prices, 59,G9ay? anSSTyard, now ........ S9c r yard.
.Genuine Scotch Plaid Suitings, all wool. ,
Former prices,- $1.50, -?2; and" $2.50 yard; n0w ;...*.. .95c. yard.
Piaid Back Suitings, : ■ " :
For -walking and rainy-day^ skirts, colors,
Oxford and Gray. -" ,
■• The, $I" ones : n6w .:............. »;......'...... .....;........4Sc.
.-'Tho $L2s ; ones_no w .;............•...........; ._.; ' .:........C9c.
The.sl.so ones-no w ■;.•••-'•-•••-■.."..'.. .....79c.
Kemnants of .Colored Dress-Goods in good, useful length 3
at about half price. . ';..., '" „-,,■ > - '
Ladles 5 WalkiogSSoits
v . . at Clearance : ; Prices.
made In the best ta ilor: fashion, perfect fitting and;, hangrins
garments, -colors ;Ox ford,; Medium, Gray, and Tan. ~ ■ •"■
-v The 55.98,-. §7.93,'v 56. 98 ones : now ■:. '. .'.: ...... .'. .:.........;.... . . .?5
"Children's':: Reef er.i, r colors '-JRed and Navy, ages ; 8, 10, ' 12."7 - :
.The 54.9S- ones now..;. „..:...^... iV..... ...... .;..'. ..;.". .i? 1.98
Napkins.
20-inch extra-heavy all pnre
I/iheri pamask)Napkins. • , ; .;- '■'
: : The ; usual ' S3 kind, , speciall .sl.4B dozen.;
$1.50 : Napkins v now . . . .'.;.. ......... . .$1.25
.:"s2.'sO* Napkins V now. ...» ..'...^.«..^.;1.80
$3 ■ : Napkins' ; now »„.... .............".■ 2.50
$3.6o. Napkins now ' SGO
- $4 ■; Napkins ' no w ;..... ...... .vi .... ..;2.0S
So Napkins now"."— ...'........... 4.00
.: $6 'Napkins now .■.■......"..-." • 5 - o< >
20x30 AU-Itinen Damask Tray Cloths/
'« ■ ■.- - • ;: 20c,
H. S. All-X.inen Pillowcases, the ?1.25
kind;..:.:......:... ..........'.'. .......51 Pair.
H. 5. .; A11-Linen Bolster-Cases,
$1.50, $1.75, 52, ?2.50
H.S. 'All-Linen Sheets, full size,
;.•-;• .-. .;.-"'" : / ..;;;'; ?s;to $6.50
' Extra Large Terry " Bath Towels; " -
;-.-. „;...-:.- ■■■• ;-.'--;. - / : ' ■;;- • . ?3 /dozen/
Ifotion Specials.
; 25c. Satin ■;• and = ■ Bret : Hose ■ . Supporters
now .......... -1.-.. ..i ....................15c
6 Bunches -.Tape v:.';.. -1... -..':......... ..1ev
35 and EOc. Bristle -Nail Brushes. . . .25c.
-10c." ; : Skirt : Supporters : : .......... . . ..... . . -2c;
-; ■'.'- 3 yards' Silk:Borie - Casing .... .... . . . .10c.
■ .-■' Stockinet; Dress Shields ........12 l-2c
35'to 75c. Leather Belts ..............15c
Blanket Specials.
■ 1 pair 10-4 -White Blankets, were $2, now
/ .; ■; . ;- . • ■]■-■■::;■. I: ■■;■' ; .-.; $1.40
1 pair 10-4 -White /Blankets, were 52.G0," ;
now ■'■:'..'.. '..V.'.'. : ;Vr..-,'. .;::............ ..'..51.69
3 pairs 10-4' White '-Blankets, were
now .....;.::.... ...v.:....^.. ............. $2.j)s
•;3' paii-s 10-4:. White, Blankets, ; were' §7.50,
now/ .::;'. ;'...; i .;y.V.'i'..i. . ;'..•.;... ......;. 5<>.0S
Special.
: 6 1' pairs 12-4 :AU-WooV Blankets, .extra
heavy, Pink,- Red,; and Yellow borders,
actual ; §9, r special -1... ;.......... ...1... 57.50
$1" Silk Slumber Robes now T. '; .. . T ;SOc:
$1150 ; Silk Slumber- Robes now. ....$1.20
52 Silk Slumber .Robes now/ ."..^..51.70
Silk^and Linen,^^^ 'siU?;^ r^°^ an^? ers ian stripes, new, stylish, and es:clusiTe 3 82:25 yard.
New Embroidered Eobes and Separate Waists, $4.25 to $40 each. •
' tidii, vi; during : the great iriternecin'd ■■■ war
be twfeen : the States. , ; ' He is said to -be the
hero 'depicted: by , Mn^Winston ChurcliilV
in his novel^ s'The. Crisis."-/ -•-.".. V ;.'..'•;"■:■
" When; I was- at? his .house, in ; 1545," his
mother, i.who ; was i then ■ Mrs". John >B ell,
of r Tennessee, and his . sisteri and ■'- her"? hiis
band,\were- visiting jhitnV;V In -1800,': I i was
in ? favor John " Bell ; and :Ed ward ■ Eve
rett i for; President andyice-Prisident; of
the -United:: : States, : ahdV niy .';; dear 'old
mother ' stood by me /and ; gave 'them . her
electoral / vb re. ■ ; I ,; was invited •by : Mrs.
Bell: and jh'er,; party.A to:: go -; with" them - to'
Nashville"; and :comeV thence >home; tJn
fortunately.T" this;- was declined," ;■■ and : ' 1
lingered ; just '; long .1 for; masses J of
, Ida : to j commence j floating |dowii : the '\ river.
I.Still; ; .",th*e^ ; voyage) to i New 'Orleans >was
■ undertaken:: on ''V.ttie't Palestine, a
'second-class-^ steanier, }; but J adapted jto" 5 the
I stage * of :. water.}-; She [stuck : f aatjupon '*'_ a
■ sand-bari j a \'ii lew. mile9 7"aboye" ; Cairo £ and
[was 2 inj danger ;;belng i wr^eckedi S^ How
: In :the tnight!;V;;;On;the JeyeHlnS
f of j>the I sec6nd|oruthirdYdayi "ay yawl <waa
: us?from ;toe^shore^and^iigot
In ';■; it \ saf e -. to; land, with ■;■ my; trunk: i On
i the : running ; g*ear f of ; a' f arm Jwagon'l, Cairo
»^^^reactied^an*d'/p"^sag'e^ag^n'^ta^nfon.
fsurlyl c*aptoln|6fsthej: Palestine v inida ;- ma
H orfelt|thelmoney ;; I^had)paldvhlm;lbut;l
[wasl'gl^ttolb^KUejed'jOfrmy^ißuppbsed
perilous position. And yet one day
ittie|C%anipio^ v ;vraiTti^ounli|^^i'Faj^tine
|passed;|herr-. Our experieho'e^df |jTimping
isan^b^s fandf sparringXpffi |th6|ki|was \ far
■^o||,^e^^^JM6i^oyer,ywe}?madß^a;
; : g^&it|kia : ny| stops* for .gfreight^aiflthe're"
Lwl^al'^eatrd^^offs^culail6nr^6^ltlid|
'river.', When'/weYstarted;.fromJ^CaJro.ttlia
'C^amploffiiw^XYerySnearly,s,\^pty?|jb'ut
vwS^l|^^Her|^|MJlUken's|Bend^to
j-ylalt;}'Ebme relatives, '-not only was {'her,
ifiulMwellte-nlleaj'^biJt she was towing
■oarge^^ VflliedXwith ':% catU4: -i^'A.-i thlrd?l>oat
lond'ed rn».gafo' and 'well ia tha Cv&zcesit
Ladies' Ready-to- Wear - ';,
- Apparel Ridiculously Priced,
Tailored Suits.
Nicely 'tailored garments of Broadcloth,
Cheviot, and Homespun, all cut and made in tht
most advanced styles'.
... : One lot r of * Suits that were $10 and $15 now . . : ... . % " 5.M
One lot of Suits that: were $12.93 and $15 now t..... '..T.s<
One' lot' of Suits that were $17.50 and ?» now ........ 10. Ot
Ladies' Coats,
'■• Ladies'. 27-inch Kersey; Coats, '.made and finished lnr th*
best tailor fashion, colors Tan, Oxford, Castor, and Navy.
The $10 Coats now. .;..........;........................$ 7.5t
The r sls; Coats now ............ ............. ............ 10.OC
: > Ladies':42-Inch Kersey^ Automobile Coats, colors Tan. Cas- .
tor, arid : Black. .: : - ; ?
. The $15 ones n0w...... ..^....... «... ..._...5t0.0t
'; The' $20:ones ; now .^.:. ........ ..... ...... ... .13
; The $27.50 ones : now .............. ..:....• — 20
Raglans.
; sl3 ' Raglans now.;-.... ...... .......... ........ .:...... slo.o fi
$1S and $20 * Raglana "now ........................:...;. 15.0 C
•530 Raglans n0w.....; ...... ......'...... ........ .....s2O.O<i*
SiSk Waists.' : :;: :
"This season's newest cuts only, full assortment; of all
wanted colors. : - -
Waists that* sold at 55.95, $7.95, and up -to $10. your pick
now .................. :.r......... .....;... ............pi.tv*
The $a.SS Silk Waists now .....SS.O'v
Flannel Waists.
rilcely^made, perfect fitting, all colors. - -
The $2.93 and $3.50 Waists now .....'...........,............ l.os
The.'s3.SSand $4.SSWaists now 2.50
The $<5.-18 Waists now r ......■.:.......... 3.5(»
$7.SS Ladies* -Eiderdown Robes now ..' j. .....?-t.50
*Ss:;liadies*;'Eiderdown i ßobes.now < .„.. ...,3.5<»
:.«'"•."■ $3.9S- Ladies' ; Eld erdown Robes- now ...:....... ......... 2.2r,
&adies [^rappers, j
Outing Wrappers, Black and
White only, nicely made, perfect
fitting.-/ >TheV^l.29 and §1.59
now 98c. : . I - *
•;'. V; Percale Wrappers, nicely trim
med,\Col6fsNaYyand White, Red
and White, and WhiteVand Black.
:.-■:.The;;sl.29•;and ?1.59 .ones '. n0w ■■. ;.....SO.c.;
>The £Sc.;ones. now ....*."..."....... .....59c.
JjsaCfdwns,
;.-.. 2 Lavender Cashriiere Tea Gown 3, slight
ly faded, 1 : were ; s4.9S, now : . . . ...... 1.52.0S
:■■:;■ 1 ; : Pink ; Cashmere Tea - Gown, slightly
'. faded, was $3.50, . n0w ,: . . .............. .52. 0S
1" Pink ; Cashmere Tea Gown, was $12.60,
now 1.;...............;....................;.. ?5
1 Lavender Cashmere- Tea Gown, -was
$8.50,. now .............................. .$S.t>S
Jackets.
. 1 Red Cashmere Tea Jacket, was $3.23,
n0w .;.:.-... ■...-..;. '..1. ................... .$1.40
„ 2 Light Blue and' l- Red Cashmere Tea
Jackets, were $4.69, now- ............$2.pS
'.- 3 French. Flannel Tea" Jackets; colors
Red, Light Blue, and Pink, former price
ss, now ...... .....:.....- ..;...... $».4S
Corsets. " .
five Special '
at £,ess JhanJsa(f price.
-.., .They are all of the best standard makes,
.but lines we are to .discontinue keeping
If/ : your size "is here, a real bargain
.awaits you.: : - ' : ; - , '
Lot 1 Corsets, both Black and White,
sizes 18, ; 19, and 20; $1 Corsets n0w. ...50c.
;Lot ; 2 Corsets, both Black and /Whito,
sizes IS, 19, 20, 21, and 24; $1.75 and > $1.50
Corsets now ......... -v... .......%..".;.... 75c.
: Lot 3 Corsets, Black arid White, sizes
18, 19, 20, and 21; $2.50 and $3 .Corsets_now
'■ip "■■■■ ■■'■.'-■'. s': : H-~r- ->■:.:. /■">■"." : ;.; "$1
: Lot 4 Corsets, Black > only, sizes 18, ID.
and -20;$3.5O? Corsets" now ...... ....... : .$1.25
/Lot: s Corsets, Black and White;"sizes
18,21, 22, 23. and 25; $5 Corsets n0w.. 51.25
Stationer^
,: Blue, Purple, and' White 'Organdie Pa
per,- worth 30c. quire, noW/Ssc. pound of
Squires./:' _.-....- '■"-."......-; ■■,'" ;.-;./
\ .Broken lot; of fine writing papers, ;were
35 ; knd"40c. : : perquire, now ..............Oc
v: City, bu t ; nineteen; days and night 3 "had
■j been spent on that, lons, and", crooked
.river.. How. I then hurried homeward.;
j - That 'memorable voyage is recorded" in
the S. L. Messenger of 18-16, as "A Winter,
j Trip i Down '.' the Mississippi." " , -
A. part "of the*,; leisure -on the Champion
was spent in •writing some letters for ; the
< Richmond aWhiS. ■ ■ Itfr. : John H. Pleasanta
/iPUbUshed;them.-;^th^the;;captionVfr"ills-:
( ;sisslppi 4 Letters.". 'y Thtir l object was to
■ promote railroad improvement in Vir
: Einia.;: -•, Particular respects were paid to
r , Mr. ; Joseph C. Cabell "for/ his overweening
,: attachment jtb' the. James" River and ;; Ka-'
inawha canal. ;, I was -.with wiitmvi R/
.Tunstal'; and ; his f or "'•■ the Vir- 1
ginia* and ; railroad, ;: and y even
advocated the i construction; of > the Tork-
Fayer Toad, ;; asainst\th9 '. remoristranca -■ of
some;- of ; friends.'
• ; J^IE^'RIv^nirAXD^KL^AWHA'. ;
;■_:;. Even vat ', that] da^ ; il(saw£th^t;Tailrouda
'coioldjlWi'cafriedriin^^fia^VoyCTlihiouai'
tatna ifar^more a easily .thanS canals^;bat
fitHe:i James 'Riverl and ' : Kanawha.'^ cJtrw\ ■
j ;waa falready;; ln^ operatf o is ; for; a. consider-^
JIJ I able /distancel and 1^ never ; dreamed sj>f ' a.
j ; raUr^aAfrunnlngralongriits^bed; and ; bank, ;
{^anck^beglrinlns: > at Jlßiciinondv^lAjid : fyet ;
I :ther©^ it^; \3, : : : and .'thevy'lrglnlWVaiid^ Ten
fnessea,; now ; runs j to; Norfolk^ a«df ■tire"! old
; Louisa- runsl troih. jßlchmobdltolthel.Ohlo/"
£6nlonQsha^^sl^^totC^eaapleak^|bay3oiiC
itha -other, iThis is - more," i perh^ps^tian?
3rr.-;Calhoui!. foresaw. - .
; I^was payins my respecto t-> ?,lr. Cal-
Jlioun"^.at his' quarters; -in
|w2iieriiGeneral ; Leiwia >• CassjcallecS ito'sea
vhln^juslfi:after:vth«^General'3^iiomlna- f
I tlois|f oriitiia | presidency; - ; i; shauld'Hhavo;
|'beenl?hig Ihl1 hly i pleased to hear their 1 chat.
' !b%t|&owing : J that?ll : wa3?art : oiitsid^JaiSj!
f de|tirbp^l f speedny f |took Ircry^ respectful!
;leav«;>f- ? tiieml,botlj. .^o3^s
j SAf'last, I w'aa mcst xuiecxpcctedTy a3
fioalatod withi Mr. Giles 1» paying bondra
■ Jt2}^tf- }| C^ toullu ' Ho e<l !n ■WaahUfitoal
on ■ the' 3lat: of March, }&k\ Several dxsa
.. • :., -.. .. ,, . ; ':~:mmm
Muslin Undarti?ear<
.The new j stoclo is here in greater, va
riety and prettier" than ever. Special at
tention has been given to ' the selection
of trimmings. From* the cheapest to th«
best, cyir guarantee that the, value is tha
beat your money will buy.
Qowns.
--•Well made of grood quality Muslin, trirn
mlns;'of embroidery, cut . full and large
plain or. .V. neck ....... ................. 50c.
;; Others of Muslin or. Cambric, trimmed
with laco or' embroidery, - ; -
75, SO, OSc., $1.25 to %\O
Skirts.
v- A nicely- made Skirt -of good qualitj-
Cambric.or Muslin 50c.
Cambric and;' Muslin Skirts "nicely
made, trimmed with lace or embroidery.
$1, 51.25, $1.50, $2, 5^.50 to fit
Corset Covers.
all kinds, shapes, and qualities,
15, 25, 30, 4S; 75, »Sc. to W
Jtramrs. ~
nicely; made, plain and trimmed,
- 25, G5, 50, CO, GO, »Sc to S-t
Chemise. ,
:An Immense assortment, ; new and ef
fective designs, some very dainty, some
more elaborate:: in Nainsook, Cambric,
and French Muslin.
;Piices .:..-... ......►,;„...,.. ...50c. to $4
'■Black Qoods
:at Quick Moving Prices.
$3 Extra Hea.vy Skirting- now 'T.v... s2.-iO
$3.25 " Extra "Heavy Skirting now
51.50 yard.
: 4S-Inch Basket .Suitings, was TUc. r now
,-.' -. '' • • -' / .:::■ -■' „ '■ / - 50C.
: 60-inch Basket-TVeave Suitins3, was $1.
now ................ ...SOc.
-.•:: 50-Inch Basket- Weave Suitings, was
$1.50, now , ."..:. $1.20
Comfortables.
$5 V7ool-Filled Comfortables now. 153.08
55 Eiderdown "Comfortables now „|5.08
Violette dv Czar ............... .51 bottle.
Althea. Cream 2...... ...... ;..25c bottle.
Carbolated' Dentalene,: a „-.s uarantee«l
mouth wash ............"...♦.;......... ,;.25e.
Regular 10c. .Soap ............sc. each."
later ; his remains ., were brought : to Rich
mond and escorted, by a ;" larjje proces
sion, to tha Capitol, where they lay" In
state until the ; next ; morning- Gonrernor
: John B. Floyd deeiruid it becoming- .tha:
Virginia .i should . be represented in th«j
mournful cortege that -were, accompany-
Ing., them, and appointed^ three commis
sionerg; .to attend them ; to tho southern
boundary of; the State.,' ; Hr. Giles was
one; the two others were of the oppo
site political party.: Tha next .'; morning
; all three of us joined the : committees oi
' Congress arid irons Charleston, and wena
; with 'them to ,i Petersburg'. " There a tele
; grain ' gave ? information ; that | Charleston,
was 'not - ready ] for a demons tratioii
/worthy .of the; occasion, and ; 23k^i that
g the funeral procession be delayed. Therft
t -f ore,<the*>}vhola = dajK-was ; spent in Peters-
? burg.';"^lt'..y«-aa ,a deeply solenxn tinae, but
; gave; us an opportunity rto^cuitivato znerri.-.
bera ;'df fvyaribus'f committees." iTr.
Davis, :■'■ ■whom ;I ■ had first eesn
/was ' 6iio-'of,;tho senators to
J ;' attendance. ;■• I t ,^wa3j late> ; : in ' '■'■._ the v ; &f ter
l\noon"w'fieri ,tho fur.eralitralr. resumed It*
j-. journey. UR.nO. '; -about Ymidrilght, a £ 1 "
i(w^;etajJola"la;Xcsth^CaK>llia;viEr.;Gtte»
ijand -I ' bade your" fellow-mourners farewell
; for ;'a txaittltd^bring us home,
i The '.."gentlemen : .'frbm : K Charleston. Avero
\ .ver>i 5 earnest - ahd cordial \in urging us to
iikeep'oriithrouErfc ■with them; but we had,
'lea^tipreparatloa for sueh ■
: an'd--felt constralr»<irto;retura.;Qur
f as3ociato ;«:w&3^differently:"-; situated,"; and
(did go on through.
■ Well, ' Cbarleston, n.-.; South Carolina.
&{di&;get;ready and paid Una and appro-;
;fpriato v honors to the romains of their
& great statesa-aiwiprophet^ahd patriot. -.;;;"
-~ ■ r.KX BJJAKB iIINOH.
■id. January. 6, I'jOi.
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