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'KISS ME BEFORE YOU GOYour
way lies over the hillside,
Out in the rain and sleet,
Out in the world's wild turmoil.
Where bustle and business meet,
BuLtnine by the noiseless fireside,
"Where the'fanciful embers glow
With a changeful life-like motion;
Kiss me before you go.
My quiet way wi'l be haunted
With visions none others can see,
Glances more precious than diamonds.
Smiles full of meaning to me;
The sounds of a welcome footstep,
A whisper thrillinglj low.
Ah. thought will clasp memory closely,
Kiss me before you go.
For this world is full of mischances.
And one of these chances may fall.
That we two ne'er again in the firelight
Make one shadow upon the wall.
0, then, once more i* the parting?
Alas! That it must be so?
Leave me a fond benediction:
Kiss me before you go.
SHAVINGS
Sheer nonsense?trying to cut your
own hair.
When is a watch like a cork ? When
it's a stopper.
A Pun-job for all the paragraphers?
The new war in the East.
If the women of Portugal are Portugueres,
are the men Portuganders ?
r There is a class whom beggars can't
pat up with; they are hotel keepers.
A Dew town in Idaho has been named
Onegirlia, because there is only one girl
there.
"Heaven lies about us in our infancy,"
and we do our lying for ourselves
when we get older.
"Here is your writ of attachment,"
said a town clerk, as he handed a lover
a marriage license.
"On this point I am very uneasy" as
the fly 9aid to the boy who had stuck a
i L x.:
piD inrougu xiiLu.
Isn't it qneer how all the smoke in
a stove will find i's way to one little
crack and come out ?
Three things seen in a peacock?The
garb of an angel, the walk of a thief,
and the voice of the devil.
Laramie county, Wy., employs men
at one hundred dollars a month to hunt
down lightning rod agents.
Sam?'John, do you think my poetry
makes music?' John?'Don't know
Sam, but it makes me sick.'
The borrowing fiend, who is always
a liftle short of change, is an enemy,
to whom no quarter should be shown.
There is no disgrace in being poor?
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the thing is to keep it quiet, ana notiet
your neighbor know anything about it.
It is when a woman tries to whistle
that tho great glory of her mouth is
seen without being very much heard
Galveston has at last raised the quarantine.
She might not have done it so
soon if the rest of Texas hadn't raised
the devil.
If you want to hear a man tell a well
developed, full grown lie, just poke
your head in a store and ask change for
a five dollar bill.
One of the articles shipped from India
to China is salted rats, which are, as is
well known, highly appreciated in China
-? ? * aT fi\f\A
aa uu uinviv u? ?vwu.
;'Therc! that explains where my
clothes line went to !" exclaimed an
Icwa woman, as she found her husband
he.nging in the stable.
A boarding house mistress, like the
rest of us, has her weak and strong
points, the weak point beins her coffee
and the strong point her butter.
A man in Santa Barbara county,
California, is making a living by clearing
farms of squirrels at ten cents an
acre, and guarantees thorough work.
A pretty girl out West is a "mind
reader." She said to a bashful beau
the other night; u La ! I believe you
are going to kiss me !" She was right.
If you were to offer ten thousand dollars
for a sewing machine that diun't
take the first premiun at the Paris Ex
' ? j-_I. ? u
niDUion, we aon i suppuac yua euuiu
get one.
Burglar-proof burial vaults are now
in great demand. New-made wills contain
a provision, "See that my grave
ain't robbed," instead of "Sec that my
grave is kept green."
A sewing machine agent, who was
very ill, being told that he must prepare
to pay the debt of nature, wanted
to know if it couldn't be paid on the
monthly instalment plan.
A girl says that when she dies she
desires to have tobacco planted over her
grave, that the weed, nourished by her
dust, may be chewed by her bereaved
lovers. There is poetry in the idea.
Tho man who took a newspaper f"r
five years and then cot mad because the
printer reminded him through the colums
of his paper that it was time so pay
up, was kicked to death last week by a
blind mule.
Women are like tulips?the more
modest and retiring they are the better
we love them. 'Yes/ added Snodgrass,
'and men are like bugles?the more
brass they contain the further you can
hear them.'
'I'm a tough cuss from Bitter Creek,'
is the expression employed by the Wains
desperado to inform everybody that he
is'on the fight.' Further east the corresponding
member of society says, 'I'm
a wolt and this is niv time to hnwl '
In Kentucky he says. 'I'm a yard wide
and all wool.'
W. Y. Tyler, a Whitehall (Mich.)
confectioner, has fallen heir to 8100,000
by the death of an uocle in England;
but according to the provisions of the
will if he does Dot marry before becoming
of age the money is to go to the
English Ohnrch. Mr; Tyler is not
qnito twenty years old yet, but we will
wager anything that the church will
nc^r get that money uqleas be is put
in ybil ttnlfl the thnfe pfesse^J . ? . .
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Tabk Fowls.
There is considerable difference in
the merits of. different breeds of
fowls for the ?ab)e, although taste
has much to do. in determining
which are the best; and while breed
has something to 'do with ft, tho age
has a great claim, for some arc bet
ter at certain ages man at umcio.
The young* immature and slowgrowing
Briihtna for instance, is not
desirable until it has gained its full
growth, and must be fattened up
quickly. And, in fact, a year old
bird of any breed we prefer to
chicken, no matter how it is cooked,
though many have a weakness for
broilers in the shape of young
chicks. Young Leghorns, which
feather up more quickly than'do the
Asiatics, and mature more rapidly,
make the best broilers, and many a
nice one have we helped to dissect
after it has come from the hands of
a skillful cook.
Although but few persons seem to
know it, much of the table merits of
a fowl or chick depends upon the
way it is fattened, and on what it is
fed, too, in a great measure. To
make a bird tender and juicy, it
must be fattened quickly. The food
which gives it the best flavor is un?
doubtedly a grain food, partaking
largely of corn in some of its different
forms, the amount and manner
of feeding depending upon circumstances.?American
Poultry Journal.
Learn Your Interests.
lie who learns to produce most,
and makes his products of the best
quality, not only has a good deal to
sell, but always finds a ready mars
ket at good prices. On the other
hand, the "indifferent farmer never
learns the art of raising large crops
or improved stock; consequently
hA hns but little to sell, and that of
an Inferior quality, 90 he is in effect
excluded Gfojn tho market. Take
for instance the matter of butter.
It is always preferable to make a
! good article, but the one who makes
and carries poor butter to market
must make up his mind to work for
small pay. And what will prove
true with leferciioe to butter will
also apply with the same force to all
other products. Not only should
the butter be gilt-edged, but the
the cheese, mutton, -beef, corn potatoes,
beans and everything take to
the market or consumed at home
should be <^he very best, and when
tMs flh?ngp-r*ejjecieu iarming win |
pay.?Field ani Fqrn\
The Best Cow for Small Farmers.
Our opinion arid also that of the
principal dairymen of the country
is, that the Jersey, commonly called
Alderney, is. above all others, the
best cow.; They are easily kept,
very docile?a point not to be overlooked?and
beautiful; give milk of
superior ridjmess, from which is pro-*
duced finely colored, solid butter,
having an equal texture and flavor.
r? .... 1. r u :11_ i
JDUluer iij;iuc lr-jci sui;ii iuhiv. uas
been known to'keep, when placed in
a dry (not' cold) cellar without tho
use of ice, and when taken out was
in a hard, firm condition, and was
then sold much higher than best op*
dinary butter. The cost of Jerseys
is not much more than for scrub,
and they will more than make up
the difference in price in a few
months.?Live Stock Journal.
A (?ure for Neuralgic Toothache.
A German physician recommends [
powdered quinine very highly as a!
local application for neuralgic toothache.
The sufferer should dip a
finger into fresh water and then in 1
to the quinine powder, and rub it
thoroughly on the gum in the neighborhood
of the painful tooth. The
onrvliooti^n oKaiiI/1 Kft vnnnn tnrl ftir/v
j.. O..WV..V, -'v ,ir"ktu
or three times in succession. The
bitter taste of the medicine should
be borne as long as possible. Dr. '
Darvaris tried ibis remedy first on
himself, and then on numerous other
persons; among the number were <
many who had tried other remedies !
in vain. It invariably produced a J
rapid alleviation of the pain.?Progress.
i
Dissolve common salt in water,
sprinkle the same over your manure
heap, and the volatile parts of the
ammonia will become fixed salts,
from its having untied with the muriatic
acidg? l^e common salt, and
the soda thwl liberated from the salt
will quickly absorb carbonic acid, ,
forming carbonate of soda; thu3 you
will retain with the manure the anr
monia that would otherwise fly away,
and you have a new and important
agent introduced, viz.: the carbonate
of soda, which is a powerful solvent
of all vegetable fibre.?Chautaqua
Farmer. <
10 PRESERVE i EGGED liOOTS.?
If pegged boots are occasionally J
dressed with petroleum between the
soles and ujjp.er leather they will not
be apt to rif* If the soles and shoes
are dressed with petroleum they will
resist water and wear well. The
pegs, it is said, arc not affected by
dryness after being well saturated
with the oil.
Parsnips contain almost twice as
much dry matter or real food as
turnips, and this of a superior quality.
Carrots, again, contain about <
as much dry substanco as mangolds, 1
but are richavia sugar, and of better '
Notice
Is hereby given, that I have accepted
the agency for sale of Suffolk Oysters, and
will be glad to receive orders, for the
same. 1 can with all confidence recommend
these goods as choice. They ennnot
be exceelld by any oyster gathered. Prices
are low. Say A per doz. canned, $3.75;
13, canned, $3 00; C, canned, $2 50; Bulk
oysters, 7oc, $1.00 and 5>l.Vt> per gauou.
I will take pleasure in supplying tt6nr~-many
quantity to suit purchasers; orders
lift at Jns. Jones's store will receive
prompt attention, TIIOS I. JONES,
ncrv21f f
Brick Mason.
Any person wishing brick laying, plastering
or whitewashing done, can have it
neatly, cheaply and promptly attended to
by calling on Charles Gbesnut, or any orders
left at Mr. McCreight's shop for him
will receive prompt attention.
-TTT7-ANTED?A GOOD MAN FOR EVERY STATE
VV and Territory In the Union; a fair salary
paid. Call or address La Belle Manfg. Co.,
93 Clark St., Chicago, 111.
U/AKITm A GOOD AGENT to canVY
r\ iw I lL U vass Camden, S. C.f and the
adjoining towns for the best selling household
articles in the world. Tip-top profits, write at
once to N. Y. Manufacturing Co., 2 Clinton Place
New York.
agents"read this.
We will pay Agents a salary of $100 per month,
and expenses to sell our New and NYondkrfcl
Inventions. Address Sherman A Co., Marshall,
Mich. .
DIPHTHERIA!!
Johnson's a.-oovnk Li.mmnnt will positively
prevent this terrible disease, and will positively
cure nine cases lu ten. Information that will
save many lives sent free by mail. Don't delay
a moment. Prevention is better than cure. Sold
everywhere. I, S. Joiinson k Co. Bangor Maine,
A GREAT OFFER FOR
HOLIDAYS!
Vie will during the Holidays dispose of 100
Pianos & Organs at Extraordinary Low
prices for cash. Splendid Organs 2 3-5
sets of reeds ?05, 3 sets with Sub Bass and
Coupler $80, 2 sets $50, I set $40, 1 set
$35. 7 Ootave all Rosewood Pianos $130,
7 1-3 do $140, warranted for six years.
Agents Wanted. Illustrated Catalogue
Mailed. Music at half pri&o. HORACE
WATERS & SONS, Manfrs. & Dealers, 40
E..14th St., New York.
LAME BACK.
T\ WEAK BACK.
BENSON'S CAPSINE POROUS PLASTER.
This article is one which really possesses
extraordinary merit. By consulting reliable
physicians in your own locality, you will And
that the above Is true. It Is far Rupenor to
the ordinary porous plaster, all the so-called
electrical appliances, and all external remedies
whatever. It contains entirely new elements
which causes it to relieve pain at once,
strengthen and cure where other plasters
will npt eyen relieve. For lameness and
weakness of the bapk. diseased kidneys and
lung and chest difficulties, rheumatism, neglected
colls, female affections and all local
aches and pains, it Is the best remedy ever
devised. Sold by all druggists. Price cts.
For Sale Everywhere.
W. Clyburn,
0TT0U BUYER
The undersigned begs to inform
his friends and the public generally
that he is still on hand, and will be
able to
BUY COTTON
more largely during the coming
season than ever before. Always
in the market, and always prepared
to give the HIGHEST MARKET
PRICES in
O Jk. ? H
for the article.
Remember my stand,
Clyburn's Block,
CAMDEN, S. C.
july 30tf
House and Lot for Sale.
The lot and two houses thereon situated
>n Broad street, Camden, S C., one door
lbove the office of Messrs. Leitner & Dun
lap; lot 66 feet front, running back 202 feet
more or less.
Terms?One-half cash, balance on time,
secured by mortgage on property. Apply
to S. WOLFE.
nov21tf
/ lHARLOTTB OLUMBIA & AUGUSTA
\j It AIL ItOAD.
Columbia, S. C., March, 3 1878.
The following passenger schedule will
be operated on and after this date;
MAIL EXPRESS.
ooinG nORTH,
Liave Augusta, 6 40 p m
Lrrive at Columbia, 11 25 p n>
Leave Columbia, 11 32 p m
Arrive at Charlotte, 5 50 p m
coino SOUTH.
Leave Charlotte, 9 48 p m
Arrive at Columbia, 2 54 a m
Leave Columbia, 3 04 a ni
Arrive at Augusta, . 7 05 a m
Run daily, and make close connection u
Charlotte and Augusta lor all points North
South and West.
rv i i? n t oopronn
u.\i rAooMuiiu. .
ootno south. No. 1
Leave Inrlotto, 1*05 p m
Leave Chester, 2 08 p tu
Arriveat Columbia, 5 58 p ni
T r\ 1 \ r. t\o >
uchvc \J u1uu1 ul.'l, ? \nt JI iii I
Leave Granitcville, 0 54 p ni I
Arrive at Augusta. 10 30 p m
ooinc sc2t1i. No 2.
Leave Augusta, C 30 a m
\rrive nt Columbia, 11 00 a uj
Leave Columbia, 11 05 a m
Leave Chester, 1 52 p m
Arrive at Ohnrlotte, 4 00 p m
Nob. 1 anrl 2 run daily, and make close
jonnection at Columbia and Charlotte for
points, North, South and We3t, and stop at
ill regular pass stations.
i --T.J.X KLINE, Sup't.
Av Getflt Frtftfit KtTmft
NEW STOCK
o
BRASINGTON MD METTLES
Are now receiving and opening daily the
FINESTJSIQCK
OF
Family and Fancy
GROCER IES,
COIUFBCTIOXS, <
TOBACCO, CIGARS, Etc.,
* J
Ever brought to Camden; and all at the
Lowest Cash Prices.
Call and examine our prices before purchasing
elsewhere. With our thanks for
past liberal patronage, we request a continuance
of the same in future.
Highest market prices paid for all kinds of
Country Produce.
Always ready to pay the
I
01 * ^ 'rr-vr-a I I Ir 1 IX"\*KT
UiYOJtl r UJrt UU II kJiN.
BRASINGTON A NETTLES.
septl2
TO DEALERS.
I have on hand a laige lot of
CAOTED GOODS
which I propose to offer
BY THE CASE
as cheap as can be bought in Charleston.
Retail dealers and heads of families are invited
to inspect my stook and prices.
Just Keieivei*
A large lot of choice
BOTTLED LIQUORS,
including
Rhine Wine, Champagne,
Gin Cocktail,
Whisky Cocktail,
Old Tom Gin, Ac.
MY BAR
Is supplied with the best brands of Whiskies,
Brandies, Wines, &c.
Also a very large stock of CIGARS AND
' TOBACCO.
Trr U "ET.T.TS
YV . iii JUiddUAW
W. OLYBURN,
e ne ral Insurance Agent,
Represents:
Galveston Insurance Association.
UnlenJMarinejind Fire Insaraucc Co.,
Texas Banking and Insarance Co..
Galveston Insurrance Co.,
Of Galveston, Texas.
Cash Capital $600,000 00
Surplus 155,781 97
Total $-755,781 97
CAPITAL & ASSETS, $755,781 97.
top Home Insurance tow,
pAliimVmn Ha.
ORGANIZED IN 1859.
Capital Stock i , . . $300,000 00
Total Assets 624,420 22
oct30tf
M ?snd Morphine hnhltenred.
np
hi , " >' h 3 IIVI Opium Rating, to \V D. 8qulr?,
B luPl VI WotuUdeUq, Greooa Ce.. >od.
Dr.M. W. CASE'S
Liver Remedy
AND '
BLOOD PURIFIER
Tonic and Cordial.
This is not a patent medioine.bnt is prepared
under the direction of Dr. M. w. Case, from his
favorite proscription, which in an extensive
practice of over twenty-seven years he has found
most effective in all cases of disordered liver or
impure blood. It is
ANTI-BILIOUS.
It acts directly upon the liver, restoring it
when diseased to its normal condition; and in
regulating the activity of this great gland every
other organ of the system is benefited. In Blood
Diseases it has no equal as a purifier. It improves
digestion, and assists nature to eliminate
all impurities from the system; and while it is
the cheapest medicine in the market, it is also
superior to all known remedies. While it is
more effectual than Blue Mass, it is mild and
perfectly safe, containing nothing that can in the
slightest degree injure the system. It does not
siclcen or give pain; neither does it weaken the
patient, nor leave the system constipated, as do
most other .medicines.
It Cures
Headache, Hick Headache, Water-Braalx,
Heartburn, Hick Stomach, Jaundice,
Colic, Vertigo, Neuralgia, Palpitation of
the Heart. Female Irregularities and
Weakness, all Skin and Blood Diseases,
Worms, Fever and Ague, and ConsUpa
tlon or tne uawtn.
In small done* It Is also a sure cure for
Chronic Diarrhoea.
Taken two or three times a dny, It prerrnu
Yellow Fever, Diphtheria, Scarlet
Fever, Cholera, and Small-Pox.
HOW TO BE
YOUR OWN p?"S"iS
Tonl? and
DOU^IOK ANTI-BILIOUS.
ABtTsavo your doctoflrtfts- Only 25 cts. a bottleIt
la the most effective and-valuable medicine
ever offered to the American people. - -As last
as its merits become known, its use becomes
universal in every community. No fhmily will
be without it after having once tested Its great
value. It has proved an Inestimable blessing to
thousands who have used it, bringing bock
h >.n 11 k otirl ctrunp^h tn three trhn were oAcminvl v
at dcatU's dwr7"Kvpareti at the Laboratory of Bid
Home Medicine Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Prioe pfir Bottle, 26c. Extra Large Size, 75o.
?3~For sale by Druggists, fk GENTS
jcneralStorcs.amlAgents, JA. WANTED.
USTrial Bottle free. A3k your druggist for tr.
SMITH & MATH IS.
rv Jii w Jf ' jl JtciYi,
:NEW STOCK.
Ju6l commencing business, we are offer- )
ingour goods at the very lowest prices
Alrtlfcanbe found anywhere.
First class FAMILY and FANCY GRO- *
CERIES.
An excellent lipe of
DRY GOODS, SHOES,
HARDWARE CUTTLERY,
BAGGING and TIES.
We only ask you to gi7e us a trial and
examine our goods before purchasing
elsewhere.
We mean it when we say low'prices for {
First-class Ooods.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR |
COTTON
AND OTHER COUNTRY PRODUCE, i
SMITII & MATH IS. I
I
B&~'Mr. 3. M. Mathis is the agent for '
the New Improved
Singer Sewing Machines,
He sells them on the most favorable
terms. . [aep26
Ti? at Iht ttli Cant.rj.
SrftADtJ\ Barham's Infallible
M PILE CURE.
\ jf Manufactured by tha
\ I |py / B?a?n Pill fort Cfl^Dnhin, IT. C.
lt????rfall> to inn llimrrMi
or Pll??? wkau * aur, U caaalMa.
Pr*f" Ll,t bona 04* UaUmoaUla
faralahad oa appUtalioa
SEABOARD : .
nsrsunAircE Co.
'
OF'
NORFOLK, VA
I beg leftTO to Coil tbe attention of my
friends to the fa6t that 1 represent several
ru.^ m m: T
I urei Unas x ire insurance
Companies, ana
nw prepnrca to effect INSURANCE at
Reasonable and Living
Rates.
The Farmville and Seaboard
Companies,
formerly reprepsented by Messrs. Trantham
& Hny, are now in my charge. Private
Residences insured at reasonable rates. All
losses or damage by fire will be promptly
adjusted. The public will do well to give
me a call before insuring elsewhere, and I
respectfully solicit their patronage
JOS. J. MACKAY.
At or Near Cost.
Having on hand too large a stock of
LIQUORS of best qualities to carry through
ibe dull Bcason, 1 am determined to turn
it into money, and in order to do so rapidly.
have qoncluded to sell at the following
very low prices by the gallon:
Old Crow Ky. Rye Whisky $4.00
Cabinet Rye 3.50
Miller's Rye ' 2 25
Pride of Ohio Rye 1.50
North Carolina Corn (best) 2.25
Corn Whisky 1.50
Annie Brandv 3.00
-Ir-_ ? ?J
Ginger Brandy 2.25
Blackberry Brandy 2.25
Cognac Brandy 3.00
Gin (best) 2.25 ..
Rum 2.25
Port Wine 2.25
Irish Whisky, per qt 1.50
Scotch da 1.50
Champagne, per qt 2.00
Okulona, Bourbon 3.00
Tobacco and Cigars in variety, at low 1
prices. Also, a fine assortment of
Family Groceries
of the best quality.
Call and see me, and price my goods before
purchasing elsewhere.
J. H. LOLLIS,
at " Old Brick Corner," Broad St,, Camden,
S. C. janUtf
M BURN HAM'S
Ammo.
4S Sa WARRANTED BEST & CHEAPEST
Also, MfUINfl MACHINERY,
WWE* PRICES SEDUCED APS. 30,78.
PamphleUfroe, Omcz, Ya&x, Pj.
Great Opening'
.OF
Fall and Winter Goods (
THE OLD BRICK STOEE.
i
W. C. GERALD :
OFFERS HIS f
ft
Immense Stock, 4
CONSISTING OF A
DRY GOODS,
irA'AVAHBf j
6ROCEBIES I
Of every kind, and FINEST Quality, i
Hardware, f I
Bagging and Ties, Etc., I
AT THE I
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH
PRICE FOR A
COTTON, *
KBITCTODY &'?
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^ WE HAVE JUST OPENED 1
gi?
^ Entirely
a groceries, hardwa:
E I .Dry Goods ai
^ * - Also.
. - ' . - : V . i *
J Crockery, Bagging
? We sell very low for cash. Give us a
m
y, we can give
a ... *
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A FREE EX
?. II'.: |.*>1 1. 1
BY
DrW.JOBB
Every day of one of the cheapest and
ever offered to the ti
T^TP.-S7- rti
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
groce:
Flour, Bacon, Coffee, Tea. Sugar, M
A Complete As
SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, <
ZELA.ZR,ZD"\fl
We sell all kinds of Plow Hoes,THeel JB
Chains, Swingletrees, Lap Rui
and Forks of all ki
Tubs, Bucke
Farmers Friend Plows, Ave
Wilson, Cliilds &
CAST WHEELS AND AXLES, SII
NEW DESIRABLE FALL
Dry Goods, Clothing, Ha
A FULL AND COMPLE
And constantly replenishing. I a
GOO
At as low prices as they can
The public will find it to their interes
chasing.
MEN'S UNDERWEAI
SOBER
JUST REA
THE GOODS
W. A. ANCF
ARE SELLE
BOTTOM
:o:?
It ia impossible to enuxner&te all of the leat
shall therefore simply call the attention of buye
class and fresh goods:
Family Or
Pearl Meal. Pearl Hominy, Pearl Grist, Boltei
grade put up, Tea and Coffee, Sugar in great y
choice imported Teas, such as Oolong. Soolong,
choice Magnolia Hams, Canvassed Breakfast
Syrups, Starch, Soap, Soda, Herrings, Cheese,
Fancy Ore
We would call special attention to our line
Parched and Ground Coffees, Sea Foam, Jones'
in use,) Canned Goods of all kinds, Chow Chow
jars, assorted Jellies, Brandy Peaches, Brandy
and Black Ground Peppers, Nutmegs, Catsups, 1
Crackers.
Crockery and
We have just opened a full line of the above g
Flat and Covered Dishes, Sugar Bowls, Butter I
Bowls, Cream Pots, Lamps and Lamp Chimnies,
Wooden
In this line we beg to call attention to the folic
Wash Boards, Churns, Well Buckets, Sieves, Bro
n res, &c.,
Shoes 2 Sj
We are nrermred to supply customers with She
ivhich defy competition. Call and exame our st<
Dry Go
In this department we arc now showing an elej
TassimereB, Tweeds, Jeans, Sheeting. Shirting,
Tobacco an
An examination of our stock in this departmem
>lctc in every particular. We are showing some
,t astoniBliing low prices. Our samples ofSegai
an't be beat. Full line of Pipes.
Farmc
Always call on us before you make your purch
rom 10 to 25 per cent.
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Smokers Articles. p
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large and better stock, and at lower
rices, juat rebcired by - . j both t
K IKK LEY & SMITH. ?m|
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most Complete Stocks of Goodg
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VALISES. BLANKETS. Etc.
RIES. ' "?,
olasses, Lard, Cheese, Crackers, '
sortment of
3-IRTiTS, ROPE, SPURS, Etc
rA.E/E.
lolts, Harness, Trace and Breast ,
igs, Well Wheels, Knives
nds, Shovels,
ts, &c,
ry's Plows and Wagons.
Co.'s Wagons,, . ;
FLAIR'S OAT KNIVES, Ac.
and WINTER STOCK.
ts, Boots and Shoes.
:te assortment.
' w
m prepared to offer the best
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i be bought anywhere.
t to call and examine before pari
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T W. REMEDY.
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DDince
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ling articles we keep in stock, and we
rs to the following, which are all firBt
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oceries.
i Meal, Unbolted Meal, Flour of every
ariety, Rio, Laguyra and Java Coffees;
Oochong, Young Hyson, Imperial, &c.;
Strips, New Orleans and San Domingo
Onions, Bacon, Salt.
joerles.
of the abo*e goods, including Fresh,
Baking Powders, (the best and cheaprst
, Pickles, Fresh Honey put up in glass
Cherries, Sauces, Spices, Ginger, Bed
Table Salt, full line of Faney and Plain
Mass Ware*
oods, consisting of Pitchers and Basins,
)ishes, Plates, Cups and Saucers, Milk
Ooblets, Tumblers, &c.
Ware.
>wing articles: Wasbtubs, Foot Tubs,
oms, Water Buckets, Coffee Mill's Meagtioes!!
ies of any quality and size at Prices
>ck.
ode 2
jant line of Domestic Goods, such as
Prints, Homespun, &c.
d. Cigars.
twill convince any one that it is com.
i very fine grades of Chewing Tobacco
-b, Smoking Tobacco and Cigarettes
jrs,
asers, as we are satisfied you will save
tICE PAID FOR
onxr
BTCBUM d CO.
Xt JJUUXUXl X 1VXI X IWUXJ 1
r the speedy Curt) of 8emln*l Weakness, Lost
nhooa ana ail disorders brought on by (ndistion
or excess. Any Druggini hns tbe IngrontH.
Address, Dr. W. iAQCEX A ftt,
i West klxlh Street, Cincinnati, O.
ram butts
nn No. 12 N. Eighth St.
ZUUUi St, Lol!-s, Mo.
ha. hid pester experience In tha treatment of th*
it trouble, of both mala and frtnale than any phyneian
a Wart, nvea th. result. of hie lose and mi i:awful
ire in hu two www workb. Imt nuhlidhrd. enfif!*<1
B PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
a PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVI8ER
that art real]/ Oaldae aa4 fvlf-Imataoatara la all inaiertt'nloa
to Maahood aod Winaatenl. and aupply
long felt. They are beaaUlteUy IBaatratW, and In plain
agt, easily undentood. The two books embrace Mi
k and contain valuable!alternation for both married and
i, with all the recent Improvements In medical treatment
d what orn boose papers lay: "The knowledge Imparted
. new works 11 in no nay of queatlonable charbot
If aomethlnit tku orrry erne skaald kit* The
. tba victim of early lrxliaerttwn j tba Kaa. otMnrlaa
tly healthy maybe. Dot with wanlnt vigor In the prima
s. and tho Wan am, in
tba many 111 a her MX U ba&flJ luUB|
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