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UlBLBHEDIjr THE YEAR 1832.
3 PRICE, It JOIN ADVANCE. - - .
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iilld8. broken tlo3i In health and splr
Jk. jhroniclvieiMsi, or suffering Jrora
'IT i IthLuUoA that lollowa tbe
SLk of tcute tlw testiinony of
S2Sldr who ,hiv been raised ma by
Tminwle from -efnuiar eiat e 01 pros
LSin by Hotettes stomach Bitters,
taiTMife piiarantejf that by the same
J!ni jou too, mayIe strengthened and
""r sale by all Itnipsists and JJeaiera
h IiODU SHOWS E, Prff 1,- Wif . C. COAKT, Scc'y;
AHome Company, fceefeing
i f fOljtij Eella0i6; '.Literal!
Term policies wrlftcn on Dwellings.
. Premium iayal(jjOne-half cash and b-
ince in twelve iimrti..
' J. ALL& BROWN, Aert:,
; 2l.-6m fcjalUbury, N. C
: ; '
errokjI of youtjk.
ft Gesti.emas'iIi snfi'ered for rears from
M Nervoiw UtBifeiJv, Pkematlke Decay,
aid all the eHeettif foulhlul iiMl.nerelun, will
fr the ake of oufleHTisr luiinnisit v. ceixLfieeto
til ho need it, the trecipe ami Iirection foe
ikm; the xiiiiplfr remedy by wlm li he was
ywed. ,fcii(Terers-wishing to profit lj t4te ml
Tertiiiern experieniLan lo ho by atMreMingin
ranfiJeiice i I JOHN B. OGDEX,
Cedar St.. Ntw York
The attention ofiFarmers andJhe gener-
1 public is called (i the fact that
! ; T, MORGAN
Hm opcnet a Fir Class FAMILY GRO- J
t.-i h . . i i -ii i I
1ST lor 9 I l:iril-viri irh.iw lw u-ill lrotan a I
full line of fresh :ods, such as Flour, Meal,
Bacon, Salt, Susaii Coffee. Tea. &c
: Also a fresl) l complete stock of
C 0 X F E CjT I OJ CRIES,
. . and Fancy Groceries.
, Will pay tlie llighest cash prices for But
ter,, Egjjs, Chicks, and all saleable coun
try products. II,
: January 18; l$ij3. 14:3m.
HOUSE AND LOT
: Having ilctcripincd to make our home in
Winston, N. C, ye have concluded, to sell
our House and pt in the great West Ward
ot Salisbury, N. C. House has 8 rooms, a
goou kitelien wijt'h 3 rooms ; well of good
water in the yard. A good garden and sts
Wc Ba the lot. fin the best neighborhood
n the city, on the corner of -Monroe and
Church streets, J&lioininsr J.-'M. Horah and
nthcrs. For l'ntlier oartieulars see Messrs.
u uuoumanfJS. W. Cole or B. F. Fraley.
IU. F. & M. C. GRAHAM.
HIMING STOCK REGISTER
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JWRNp of FINANCE
Gives the valetf and correct ratings of over I
8,000 ICIilff Ccmuanieaandtlia I
LATEST illNlKO INFORMATION. I
Including Dt$d'ends, Assessments, Lowest I
Mil O 1 1 l .. ' I
- osbuiw ones iur eacu ween, up i
niuua Hi iiirs ot publication, -&c.
. oaie DVjaii news dealers.
51ng'e Copy 1 Cents. Snctinl detailed
; iwtsnpon lay; mi ae furnished. See pa-"
ne rmau4&l and 31inlng Pub. Co.,
! 2s7roudway, New York City.
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AVhat Killed Gambetta.1 !
Died from the Bullet of a Woman.
Pari Special lo N. Yj Time. j
Thouglioat his illness his frieiuU have
songlit to conceal the gravity of the situ
otionind above all the agency f a wo
mau ia' the tragody. Nevertheless, no
doubt is permissible that the shot which
directly or indirectly caused his death
was fired by a lady who is well known in
Paris, and, whose pseudonym, Leouio
Leon, conceals the patronymic of one of
"OMorawe israylitislt Amines of
Boi deanx. -- She Tcft iier hiiUnd, , the
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Uonseiiler-Generul of the! Qirnnde !De-
pai tnient, to follow the Wtuuoa of him
by whose eloquence in the Daudin sub-
ftciiptiou and trial she was comnletelv
fascinated, and united with him in 1868, 1
sbe deserted her family Tlieir connec-
tion has lasted ever since.' He .was im- I servaut, all of the dnst only to' see it set
patient of the chaiti he could not break, I thythicker in another place. It is no
especially as a child was ! born the sue-
ceediug year, whose paternity he refused
to acknowledge. Theso refusals caused
scenes of recrimination aud often of pos- J
itive violence between the lovers. The 1
man wearied of- the connection, ami the
woman clnng devotedly to him for whom
she had saexified her honor. Ganibetta J
disliked the child, who was sickly, but I
intelligent, and lived as his nephew. He I
resembled Ganibetta in character and I
features. Two years ago Leouie's bus- I
band died, and he summoned Ganibetta
to fulfil his promise of marriage, but re
ceived another refusal. Ho made an
agreement, however to provide for young
Leon, on the condition that he should be
educated in Germany. The mother hesi-
htated, but finally consented, and acconi-
hianied the child aud his father to Dres
den. The connection was continued af-
ter their ivturn, Leonie going every. Sat-
nrday afteruoou to.his villa; where she I
was accepted as mistress by the servants
and returning Monday morning in his car-
ge. Their quarrels also; eonijnned.
tics revealed the mysteries of the ill8tar-
ml establishment. Fiually the; dissen-
Uy : 1'iftor t. Gambetta lost his
iciuiri, giving ciii, io uuuse nuu jcoarse
language, suck as he was wont to employ
m moments oi passion, tone was exas
perated, seized a revolver, and fired. Ho
raised his baud to turn aside the; weapon
and received his death wound. I Everv-
thing else is conjecture j none bat' they
know the truth, and Ganibetta died, vet
made uo sign. I can vouch for tho an
theuticity of this version of the nnhappy
storj-, and I assume the entire responsi
bility for it, no matter , how different it
may.be from the others
which wav ob- I
Tub Federal" House has passed an im
portant bill, one of whose select ion .reads
"That the Circuit Courts of the United
States shall not take original cognizance
of any suit ef a civil nature, either at
com man law or inequity, between a corpora
tion created organised' by or imder the
laws of any btatc, and a citizen of any
Riot in --whifli Riifh cnrnnrntlfTin iif !
time the cause of action accrued niay have
been can iin on any business authorized
by ! the law creating- it, except' in 'cases
arising under the patent or copyright laws
and in like cases in which .said courts arc
authorized, by this act to take original
cognizance of suits between citizens of the
same State; nor , shall any such suit be-
tween such a corporation and a Citizen, or
citizens, ot a btate in which it may be I
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doing business, be remove to any Circuit I
Court of the United States, except in like
cases in which such removal is authorized
by the foregoing proyison in suits between
citizens of the une Statt."
The effect of the section is to check j
the Federal courts in drawing to that
forum suits between foreiam corporations
and citizens of the several States. This
law became necessarya particularly because!
of an important decision of the Supreme
Courtof the United States, accord in ? to a
corporation the same standing in the Fed
eral courts as citizens of the States granting
the charter of the incerporation.
senator FnoM West Virginia. Hou.
John E. Keuna, the newly elected Sena-
tor from West Virginia, is ne of the
youngest men ever elected to that office
having been born on the 10th of-April
t in 1 1 : ll A . A. A. nm
lo-to. anu uemg inerriorr, iis yet
vears old. .."Ho is the son of an Irish fa -
ther and a Virgiuia j mother. His father
died wlieil his son was only eight years
old, and after his death the widow moved
with tire little boy and two youncer sis -
ter to Missouri, where John, at II yearsi
of age, began- farming. When the war
broke out they returned to Virginia, and
John, young as he was, entered the army
aud served throughout the war, surren
dering with the army at Shreveport. He
was badly wounded. After the war he
read law aud was a successful practition
er for several years, until elected to the
House of Representatives, in which body
he has served-witir distinction for three
terms. He is a man of decided character
and ability and will make his mark as
a Senator if he lives. Char. Journal.
The mothers Micitndethc wife's" pa
tience and anxiety, the nUttr'a love, have
proved in nine cases out of ten, tfieatfong
cord- that pulled at the heart of the wan
dcrer, till son of hnsband, or brother
could no longer bear the strain, and loos
ened it by coming nearer and nearer
horue. Soine . woman's hand holds the
key unconsciously and carelessly ; per
hapi, but holds it to almost every man's
heart, and the closed 'doors' will; be nn
barred to her; and yield ifLolwr touch
when no other power will jstir ; 4lenupn
their rusty hinces. .Let nov woniau who
finds hcrnejf thus inside beware how she
werks! In clearing out the darkened
chambers m that God V light can enter,
let her work w ith such skillful toadies f
prayer and tenderness as hall d-rsome-
thliig better than stfr. Iikean unskillful
light work, this leading of human souls,
and any womau who undertakes 4it needs
to bring to it all there is of her. She
will need all , . her kuowledge of Gotl,
and perhaps never discover how little she
possesses till she tries to open it for an-
other soul to measure her treasure. She
will need her knowledge'of; people, her
discrimination ef character, her intuitive
discernments of mental conditions, nod
her sympathetic perception of feeling. J
All the brightest and best that she can
cetumand is not too good nor too fair to
be nsed in the saving f what is best aud
fairest ia others. ;
Horrible Deed of an Insane Mstber.
JIit.wackee. Jan 23. At noon to-day
the wife of John Zimbrick, a laborer liv
ing in?fit.h tritL killfd lipr threp. rhilflrin
the oIVst of .horil WM 7 Tpars f arTfi
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manner, literally cutting them to peiccs
and disemboweling them. The attention of
the neighbors was attracted to the scene
by the woman's attempt to hang herself
ia an outhouse. Tbeycut her down and
brought her to the house t w here tho, hor
rible spectacle was Jdiscoverd. Mrs. Zim
brick was at once arrested, she took her ar
rest very calmly stating that she had read
in the good book that it was right to sac
rifice children. She is doubtless suffering
from religious insanity,
HOW TO BK YoCXG AT KlGUTY. KeV
Robert Col Iyer, pastor of the Church of
tho Messiah, New York, deli vered an in
teresting sermon Sunday on 'How to be
Young at Eighty." Among other things
he said : "One of the first essentials for
Tor SIU wia ne' ,,Ke 11118 18 siro,,K anu
iieainty constunnon, anu mis in a great
measure depends upon a man's early
home and training. For 'sixty years
have never been ili a day, and I attribute
all my health to the good foundation laid
in my childhmuVs home) oatmeal and
milk, bread and potatoes, a bit of meat
wheu we could catch it, and a "plenty of
nnfe air and exercise did the business.
I do not know what a constitution or
digestion is. I came from a country
where beer is as common a drink as wa
but 1 nevcr U8td 8tronS ot nf
description, for I found I was well euoug
without it, and that it might end by be-
comiug my tyrant. So I let it alone."
A Wrong Fokt Sxeezk.Iu a certain
printing oBice in this city there is acotu-
potdtor who is deaf and dumb. In the
same nriutiuir office there are two other
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compositors who are endowed with the
power of evolvingrtrcmeudous sneezes
when the suirit tickles tho nose. One of
them is a little abort, chnbby fellow, with
I'a round red face. The grandeur of his
sneeze is so utterly uisproponiouaio iw
the dimiuutive size of his body -that his
fellow printers refer to it as "a wrong
font sneeze." Neither of the two compos-
itors who sneeze work in the same alley
with the compositor who is deaf and
dumb, and the cases between them are so
I arm Hired that he ! canuot see either of
them. Nevertheless, whenever, either ot
them sneezes he always jumps as though
! a cannon ball were fired under his ear.
The question for the scientist is, how
does he know just when to Jump. Boston
Gentkel Pauperism. The Republi-
I cm lesidera now argue that oqr (domestic
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luaDuiBciureisvaiiuu mr mi viv
1 certain growers of sngar, lemons, oranges
j and peanuts In the South Cannot live an-
j less poor rates are doled out to them out
of t lie earnings and savings of every mau
1 wamnn and child in the landr As Mr.
Belmont sc clearly put the ease inhis
speeches! uring tho canvas, what i would
be ; tho . difference in . priuciple between
Jegislation to compel this and legislation
authorizing the Federal Government to
pay these poor rates iu cash, out of the
Treasury to those sturdy beggars !
WnEELiso, Va-, Jan. 3
Republican, has been elected to fill the va-
cancy in the 47th and 48th Congress, cans- j
ed by the death of J. F. Updegraff, of the
Democrat, by a majority of 1,500 to 2,000.
17tn Uliio aisinci, oier iwuta Jiicianuti ,
Large Republican gaius are reported m
all the counties.
Investigation has developed that the I
fascinating game of draw was invented
i.omewiere auout i4ony a ir. jvirsman, i
or lennessee, a. lunman or some note.
The game of straight or plain poker, off
course, aates further back, uraw may I
t. M.t t : -i
now ue sniu w ue uie uiiuouui iruiuu. nuu i
iliudred thai the verv heiirht
man wisdom is to know when to lay a
hand down. Some years since a draw
poker sham, who ostensibly traveled for
a Baltimorii liquor aud cigar house, and
ho claimed the startling and showy
sobiiqnct of "Speckled Yellowhamraer
from Nortli Caroliaa." exhibited to us
and a couple of New York commercial
tourists how four jacks could be drawn
from a pack and held up a sleeve, for use
during a succession of games. We con
tributed liberally for f the information,
aud since then we have not been drawing
much.. To uninitiated, it may bo , said
they' will not lose anything if they
5ct to draw in this i way; There are
uegiecc to araw in tuts way
some rule about it entirely safe. Never
play for money if yon cannot convenient
ly afford to lose it. Don't play without
you understand the game.' TheWeir are
all dead who understand the game. Ma
If you will look in the dictionary,
or a cyclopedia you will find that a
sardine- is a small fisli that comes
from the coat of Virginia'and the
MliteM1,0,n K.. i.;.i;;n-;M onA
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is that a petition has been sent to Con-
gress from thatState protesting against I
any reduction of duty on them. JSTiue-
tenths of the so-called sardines which
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uic ouui iii ni iiiiii kci, J t niiiciy-
uihb iiuiiuicuiun vi vu.iu, uic lime I
fish eatmliL m the cnn.t ot Afuine and
I, t rw! fftfwl I l.a - tliAtn nfM fill Ia
put up in cotton seed oil, and there-
tore this infant industry ought to be
n r-i ? l r vr. v i. .
stron irtltPiii tier IliQ crcuul niunion it I
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The' Game of
s, perhapsi doing more harm in a quiet I vcipnia, wuo-regisiereti mmseil at the
unnotited way than dealing in any noter as being trom iiichmond, has
s or gambling. - Almost ev-I uwu mai. mirg iur eerverai nays.
erybody kijews a little:something aboht t?t he is in the employment pjf
the game, which appears' simple enough goyernnient, his business bein i
an3yct It jias: ieen ; gravely considered n,ak inqiiiries and secure evidence, in
and adiudiwl that the verv heiirht of hu- reganllto election frauds in this Stdte.
ready created by. making exellent naoimwn aim . ii. uuuiPiceiy ueuiora
nominathins. Mr. Shanahan. his nom- lizetl the Radical brethren. A motion
inee for Suiicriiiteiideut of Public
Works, has been unanimously con-
' m. I
firmed, and 'Mr. Dutcher, his Itepub-
hcan prcileccssor, says if the Cjovem-
or had searched theJBtate over he
could uot4iave-fouiura man better
suited for superintendent than Mr. j that it was a remarkable iudict
Shanuhan. The Governor's nom itiees mpnt against the Iiadieals and that
for railroad commissioners have also
been unanimously recommended for
confirmation by the Senate commit
tee, their.higb character and capacity
oeing eo nceciea uy an.
The newsnaners which sometimes
they a fleet legislation will have to
abandon that conceit. Every paper
in the State has been urging the pas
sage of a dojr law," but the Lcgisla
ture voted down - such a proposition
with the usual promptness. Do the
people of INortli Carolina really de-
sire to protect siieep nusuaiuiry, or
a f't j j
iiui t . iwm iu.
AvpI tlmt ia ,he nnes.ion. If thev
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n Inl I liaiti iir ri t r t, I inip -anpiiunn t n
nu fK.lt 1116111 lit Ilk . , VOWU.M
tives demanding it.
twnw v-i7ir 7Vi71.iPiiih.frtiinw:Ur miiet bfi ouile" altogether emljitr-
. r "
ing, which shows that the age of genuine
chivalry has not ret oassed. even in the
great commercial metropolis of the money
making United States:
A lady pulled the strap of a street car
at a comer where here was a huge muu
middle. She looked at it anna'llcd. She
was not very young, nor especially beau-
,iM,butct ..epedaman from ..,e car
,veang IU s, ana p.an. e
thctn square m the mud, and said: uThcrc,
ma'am step or. that" Alter all there will
be a heaven for men some men.
It was thought tho laboriug classes
Imil hut few friends in Washington, but
the following from the Post of that city
tells a tale that may cause some to change
their opinion. That paper says :
'That the poor are not withoat friends
on the Way a aud Means Committee is
eviueuceu iy tue lacs mai uwuiuuu i
tiiTMl nii'lv one ninth as much as blan
Sarkasmn may bei Wil. 5fr
The bill offerhsd iiy' Mr. Cox, of North
Carolina, two or three days ago in regard
to contested elections in the House of Rep
resentatives provides that in cases of con
tested elections the contestants shall be
paid nothing unless the Houseshall declare
that there were reasonable giounds- for the
F. .l .1 ; I.. .,.,.1, llw.fr.
centesr, anumai ine pay hhuu w uvii
nniv tn rnvcr the necessary expense and
11.1 V J xwww- mt
nt rrf pxmm 22.000. It seems to us that
the pissage of this bill would be eminent-
ly judicious.- Charhtte Journal
The Newer Arithmetic.
Tn An, lot there are four calves anu in l
anotljcr two young men with their hair par-
AH mvmw -
In the middle, j How hiany cavles in
The jWifminjrf on i?ercw!ayj4 that
a luan named Haywtod, from Wash-!
ineton i . City, ? liasr been rumaffine?
arouncl the defunct ballot- ioxe8 at
fauu?poru seeing u anyminff COUItl
uwucu mui wuum oe oi, .service in
Dockery's contest . for Bennett's seatl
ic tiarioue journal remarks
ikif AI'i. U T ' lt.....J -,r? ri.:i- T
. uai nuwi, i -1 iiiiHt
ve "ave " olyection to Mr. Iockr
f U a employing as many lawyers p
agents; as he may choose to get o
is for his case. . But we do olyect
lo United States government em;
Vloying a riiiiadclpnia lawyer oranj
Pne e,?e to get up Dockery 8 case ft!
him. And we protest that no public
money ought to be paid out in this
way for Dockery's benefit, i ;.:
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If it be unfairly stated and the man
is not jconnectcd with Dockery's ease,
then we protest against the United
agf"wn hfr e to do w,mt,theUu
ted Distncr Attorneys ought tO( do.
e cannot impute io me oihirici at
torneys such a reflection upon their
own competoncy as that this lellow
Haywood was sent here at their in
If the District Attorneys are iucom-
pe tents, let them give place to better
men ; but pray do not give the world
the spectacle of having a Philadel
phia understrapper nosing around to
u, l" u"ea ojaies omc an,
charged with the execution of the law
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are obable to do. In no aspect does
J10? "e b5.nu ' P.
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That mU8t have ben a Very am US-
ing 3ebate ia lhe MassachusetU Leg-
islature, last Monday on the resolu
tion to print 10,000 extra copies of
tA TXtrn RtitltPr's inanriirfll rldrpaa.
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I was I made, bv a Radical, to reduce
ti.e ! number to 2.000. and the ball
Li j imj ' -' tv-iL":.J:-
linen upeneu. x tie xeiuuvrais hisis-
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teti ; tnai me people naa noi oeen
sufficiently informed of its contents
every Radical ought to have the priv
ilege of reading the accusation agaiiist
him. The Radicals opposed the reso-l
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lution, 4some. giving aa a reason that
it was a job put up 6 that if the leg-
th manl.it.inn RniUr
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rnnifi veto it anu ciaim creuu lor
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rs saying that it
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wouia ue endorsing iuuer s siaiiucrs
of the Stale.
The resolution passed.
A Narrow Escape. To be beard
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i eti even uy me puny irmms ui jjh
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P,aCC8 0ne 10 1,61 Pos""v""
tnKa i.iiKIvu1 tirnnnrl thl oh ill llV Cold
.. trVJj ..tWtVV. HtVHal. .Vwj. f '
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I ..A. Mfta .Vi.Ilmr Anil - wranllllKT till
whiskers with4 a 50-horse motive pow -
r . .-t - --o- .
rasnig in me exireme. yeu r.
Wyatt Aberhathy, of Ixiwell, Gaston
county, was the other day engaged iu
training a lot of shafting in the mills .
of i Rankin and Abomathypf that
nm.ee. and while drawinz a sight on
8ome point in the room, carelessly
, ehIn wllUkers Wl nf.
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anl drawn around the mi like warp
onja beam, until his chin came cose
to the cold iron. Tt so happened,
i- - , , n iiri
however, that the fineness of his beard
and the grease on the shaft combined ;
in nllmv a slinoin? process. But for
this, Mr. Aoeruathy's neck might
have been broken before the raacbin-
.v 4 a i
cfL was stopped. Char. Journal, -
You may make an impression on
genius with advice, but it takes a Mick
to influence a fool. WhiUliaU Times.
iThe Texas Shifting is greatly
struck by the appropriateness of the
name of a new Missouri weekly paper.
It is called the Weekly Omm, and the
ejjtor of the Shiflings says that; it is
j happens every Saturdty night
I w,e the assets and liabilities are trot-
I . .
iThe Washington Pod seems inclin
ed to opose liberal appropriations to
the weather bureau ltsays !
jWe never have had such delight
ful winters as were enjoyed when the
ther appropriation, was diverted
m ...A. .
into other channels. . row mau nst
money is all laid out far vcather we
get too strong an article."
LEADIKO,DPALERS IK VRX
M - til
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r m v Large Assortment of Ladies' Cloaks and ffiJa4T
INDIES' MTS AHD
BOOTS AND SHOES A SPECIALTY. We keep the best mke
A0ENT FOR COATS' BPOOICOTTON. New soppty of cnt'T&faVT"
Full stock of Glass and Table
Best Flour, Meats, Sugar, Coffee, TEAS, Rice, Potatoes, Canned Fruits nYTTU
Corn, Bran, Mesl, New Orleans Molasses .nd Sy'rups, 2ly
: ..-) Medicines including Quinine., rmn
One atd three -fourth lbs. Cotton Sacking- at 9 Centa.aZ7emSiek
at i .ia ier bund le. Three
try it. lie sure to see ourGoods before tou
Terj lowrst prices. f-Ve buy and
. W. W.
Nov. 1, 1882.
A Brobklyn lady cansht a bursrlar
in her room 1 and compelled ' him to
marry her. Since tins terrible punish
ment there has been a great fallinz
off In the nnmber of robberies in
Brooklyn, ahd U is proposed to cut
down the police force pne-half. There
are more ways than on to make bur
glary odious. NorrUtotbn Herald.
The Democrats don't want any tariff
reform this year, remarks the Philadel
phia Prest. Bat suppose they did want
it, esteemed contemporary, where would
they go to get it f To the subsidized Re
publican Ways and Means Committee f
Atlanta ConstittttioH, Dem. .'
News from Washington of two or three
dajs ago was to the effect that tho Senate
Civil Service Reform bill will pass the
House without any change of importance.
The bill may do good, but it will be sure
to give the Rad Peals the offices.
Common things are the hiddeu
springs from which flow the rivers of
Lnnghter--Thc silver river of cheer
that waters many a blossom of beauty
in the desert of life.
The total net receipts of cotton at all
the ports since Sept. 1st, 1332, is 4,017,
424; ' '
SAYE MONEY! SATE MOM!
l navinc wuuurawn an ncencies anu
r - "'ii a
d our business on a strictly cash ba
thereby saving Agent's Commissions
and losses by bad debts, we are enabled
i to mi wnreii hum (emiuen, th:
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co's Manipala,ted
tfTllott Rhhfi Jr HA'a Hnnamnnfnth.UA.
t to Mcrcnants and Farmers at wry
; low prices, by the sinyle Ton, Car-Load, or
t . A . I. t
larger qnanuiy. ior ine casu.
Write for prices. "
Charleston, S. CM or Savannah, Qa.
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1 cnlea of this interesting book may be
bad f T. F.Kluttz, Tiieo. Blebbacm
or at the Watchman Office.
Cati is ij Motto.
Having determined to adopt the Cash
t ,kerwis, ,nd
'for Guano to eall in and settle, as I am
( n notd of nioneJ and
Must HaVG It.
I shall in future sell strictly for CAMgr
isaktek. as uy mis dimusiwiu w
. , . m fricnd and cuatoraers
More Goals For Their Money
I am now receiving a nice and fjresh lot
glf-Call nd see my stock b-jfV.rt yu
make your purchascs.
;, 1 have a tine lot of..
ASD APPLES OX HAND.
AU Kinds of Country Produce Taken in
Exchange for Goods.
RAGS, BEEF HIDES,
SHEEP SKINS, BUTTER,
EGGS, CHICKENS, TURKEYS.
omE. AND DUCKS, FfO ETC.
j. D. MCHEEIY.
ui iiiui inn
UO0D3 JkKDJo'ioCHBSShW 3,
lb. Cans Tomatoes at 13 cents. aJj
Best 10 .n.-.- 4.
buy. We mean t-eUvou eooaods at
sell all kinds f Conutr ProUucw -.w
TAYLOR. II. F. ATKINS
nTm' UF Of
AS WELL AS,THB; INTRE3,T;)F .
K. R. Crarwrford, Wttftf'iteh pf
nt!-.ni t.l Jl Amvti
R. R, CpQRjr,
enstomers with all kinds' ofb is$
- Inl adaitfon tVTtfe
Best. Selected, Stock ,o,J
A R D W AR BHirthi
We also haiulle" i&
Rifle &na Iastiii Ponder
and a full liue of Mining- SapHes.
ms We will' 1
Duplicate Any Pricela in
CALL AND SEE'.UK,
Oct. 5, 1882.
CAITCRS. made tc
order: An Aork Kl-t Ian vt'ttfiTean Kj-
uertence. AU Vjite.tJii
doie in the latest st ios
c-f Uie Ust trade, aid wots
J.ejly made woi 1 lv. n;s on hand RepalrlBj
a?sit!y ami promni y loTf . ri n mall womi
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