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The Abbeville Messenger (Newspaper) - October 8, 1884, Abbeville, South CarolinaThe Abbeville messenger. Wednesday 0ct0hj4k 8, 1884. I Hsu Hii 00 Church l rec orv. Methodist next Sukdav october 5, morning evening by it til i ii u � i. Nil 7-ii i ii it i Khuy Tiki Anav or. W. K. Hoggs at ii a. In. Giitl 7 30 j. In Kos Corally iter. Or. Planck cd it ii a. In. And 5 p. In. A. K. Blog cars wholesale dealer ill Corn flour meal meat 1 hams lard Hran Salt molasses sugar Coffee Clicc soulac., will deliver goods at any Point on Railroad at Abbeville prices. 111elore but aug always ask for Juricev As to t have advantages that few up country merchant shave. A. E. Vukits. S l hrs out. Or w. L Inkney Starke is at judge Mccowan s. Judge Cothran is at Home for a week from the sixth circuit. S col. William Livingston of Seneca Ujj City is visiting his old Home. I a. C. Henet Esq. Spoke at the big c meeting at Newberry last thursday. Or. T. J. Paniotte of the Columbia Register was in town on Friday last. Miss Katie Linker of Lowndesville i visiting miss of this place. Air. Maui uni misty Gatior an Nua Enne of six years out West returned to a 1beville on last monday. Or. In m. Palmer 1. L. L. D., of now Orleans la., will preach in the presbyterian Church thursday evening Lgth inst., at 7 30 o clock. Messages. In d Tea at Bailey d. The Moon was in eclipse on saturday. Abbeville is about As Dusty As it is possible for it to be. Boat cocktails it Bailey s. The treasurer has been kept Busy for the past few Days. It is not often that we have such hot weather in october. Our a count of tuesday s rally crowds out local matter this week. Court convenes on monday week. Judge Aldrich will preside. Milk 1 Uii Cik jiul Bailey s. There were Over two Hundred redshifts in the torchlight procession. \ r 11 u f in lie ill us 111l jul ill la iii 1 Noss of r. M. 0. Taggert of Green Wood. Messes. S. I. & Tom Pace drove n Fine pair of 3 year old Colts to town on monday. The stand was beautifully decorated by col. Wardlaw and his numerous and Lovely assistants. it it Wilcy s. The crowd in town monday was not As big is we expected to Sec. Probably the meeting the next Day was the cause of it. The Hev. J. L. Martin s letter of res ignation was not accepted by the congregation Ami Tho matter go up to presbytery. Is capt. Hertford Parks coi Waithe governor s guard in ado a Good display the torchlight procession of monday . The editor of the j rus and Banner was called on by tie governor s Juard for a speech monday night and gracefully Jyh Al no. One acre lot in abhor Villa to ,1 a my to min for one Hundred and fifty 1 \ w. W ago nor Ohio tot in Troy to same for $312. A of the l a went Coli Egem. The College at a what finale and fas i be open this week. I Hift Are both re Ioctl of Pride to the people of abbe Riv county and sources of profound Luh i Ilco Tho whole a Uli Thein abundant Success. T. Special attention is culled to the Large and attractive Stock of Heady made clothing now offered for Sale by White Brothers. 1 2t we extend our congratulations to 11. Wier of Greenville who Wasj to married on last wednesday to miss Smith of Charleston. The literary club will meet at the t. Residence of or. A. B. Wardlaw on next Friday night. Ca t. L. W. White is the 5 essayist subject elections and Klecic i the Rev. Or. Boggs preached a mostly a interesting Sermon Oil sunday morning � in the presbyterian Church from the b it text strive to enter in at the Straits Luke xiiichnp., 2-Tih verse. Hrs a Good assortment of inc following a named articles May to and at the stores a of White Brothers table linens , sheeting bed ticking counterpane furniture prints. Carpets and hugs. L-2t he the Moon was in partial eclipse last saturday evening and the novel sight ,1 attracted much attention. One Darkeh j said to another in our hearing. Sec a Moon fall Down on and Pray a in git retd a to die. White Brothers having an immense mock of fall and Winter goods Are now i i prepared to Supply the win it of their j friends and the Public generally. Goods a Are cheaper than they were Ever known to be and in the Purchase of them a 1ithtie Money will any for a gnat Many articles. "i-2t h the gin House gin and Cotton press together with six Bales of Cotton he blogging to or. J. A . Near m Lowndes mlle was destroyed by saturday evening about five of i it is supposed to have been caused by a match passing through the gin. The Eshkol timoted loss is one thousand dollars. H Moh Tfir n Hales. He h. Mattison is. B. W. Muti Ison it Al., 122 a crib to John h. Mattison for Wardlaw & Edwards is. Margaretth s vaughn.12 acres to wan Law & Edwards for 1145. Will f. W. Wegener Ife co., is. J. S. Ley. Or. #220 acres to f. W. Wage he w f. W. Wagoner & co., Jtj. Lucy it Al. It3j% acres to f. so co., for $100.hi w. S. Tichardson. Is. Ii. F. Day etbm1 Al. Forty acres to f. W. Richardson he 1 for one Hundred and ten tio. The reception committee was at the Lepot at 1 in p. In. On monday to receive Jofe nor Thompson. Senator Hampton attorney tineral Miles and lion. I. M. Ryan and escorted them to the residences of the gentlemen who were to certain them. The Abbeville hand in its splendid red Wagon with numerous suited states liars floating therefrom de the procession to the depot. The governor s guards formed in open auks in the depot and the honoured speakers passed tii rough to their maj. Zeigler with fifty Nonn Ted red shirts was ready to Wel ome Thein with a yell of 1870. At night the torchlight procession Van formed at the court House under Omi Tinnil of Cliine marshal hon Hnin. Duj. Zeigler s company Captain Evans Job Arion company Captain A. To Kite s company Ami Captain j. B. Moseley s made tip a contingent of two Kindred mounted men. Tho governor s a nerds and very Many others on foot welled the throng. the Alberi Leehand the procession armed with Laming torches March d to a Point opposite the residence of or. J. M. Giles Hen counter marched and proceeded to i Point opposite the residence of col. Robertson and returned to the Square and was massed in front of the Balcony of the new hotel. Upon this Balcony there a Large number of Beautiful . A. C. Benet with some of he speakers occupied Central places. As soon As the music ceased or. Benet introduced gov. Thompson to the enthusiastic audience below. The View of his much speaking in this Campaign Ami of his onerous duties in the Morrow excused himself after thinking the audience for their warm Welcome and saying it gratified him to be that in Gallant old Abbeville the tires of enthusiasm and patriotism that redeemed South Carolina in 1876 still blazed brightly. As soon As the governor had finished loud Ries arose for Hampton but he was not present and the chairman introduced the hon. C. 11. Milts. The attorney general said he Lead often Hoard that South carolinians were the Hungriest people for speeches lie Over saw and from this demonstration he thought it was True but tha on the Morrow they would have their fill. Tho attorney general paid some Graceful compliments to the chivalry an Beauty of Abbeville. Hon. 1. M. Bryan elector at Large was next presented. Or. Bryan spoke Well and wisely that the county of Abbeville was consecrated units past by memories of the illustrious statesman Calhoun the Brilliant orator Mchullie and by the lives of hundreds of warriors who died in her defense. Or. Bryan was loudly cheered. At this juncture the crowd called lustily for or. Benet and in response he made a speech Lull of wit and a pry hits. He said infer Alia that he wanted the band to learn to play before the 4th of november the Mulligan guards. That or. Blaine had been dancing to the Tunc of fitter s hornpipe and on the 4th of no vein her would be buried to the tune of the Mulligan guards. After or. Tenets speech cries of Cothru Cothran arose and would not be stilled. The judge had getting on the stand and wus standing quietly in the rear of the crowd. But he Vas unearthed an brought Forward amidst wildest judge spoke in that magnetic voice that led the democracy of Abbeville in the Stormy Days of 7 5. He said he did not think the judicial office ought to be carried into politics audit was fortunately True that there was now no great necessity. But if necessary he would take the office into politics for the salvation and redemption of his slate. The crowd unceremoniously Bunhor seethe chief marshal and escorted him to the stand. Cut. Bonham said that in this Campaign he was prepared 10 exp Cim in Cio quince 111 action Ana threatened to court martial his men who h us so summarily dismounted him. Cries of Gary brought col. K. B. Gary to the. Front who made a ringing and cheering speech which we did not catch Between the speeches the a a Bevila hand discoursed stirring the occasion was full of enthusiasm. Indeed the torchlight 1 Roces tion was n grand Success. Tie red shirted horsemen the waving torches the infantry afoot the surging crowds thit lined the Side walks the Bevy of Beautiful women and the crowds of Gal hint men in n Utah to i i u i i i Uia Iivo mini Juau to rarely seen in so Small a place. Carl Mckinley the Brilliant correspondent of the Veics and Couri Ein 70 Caine to Abbeville to our big excl Lance the correspondent for much an occasion. Ilis facile pen and ready wit and Quick appreciation fit him eminently to report such an occasion. The democracy triumphant. Tijia Day considering All Tho to Dvorske circumstances has been a grand Triumph for the loyalty of the Abbeville elements conspired to bring defeat upon Tho discouraging Prospect of Tho crops was enough to Dampen the ardor and turn patriotic though try towards provision against the Wolf at Tho door. Notwithstanding Al this Abbeville county has shown her True fealty to the principles of democracy and Tho honest Effort for Reform. Be Nas spoil me us Partog guests with recollections of a gala Day unsurpassed to far in the Campaign. It was without doubt the finest display that has been made wince 187 5. Before the Dawn s last Star had paled the Roar of Tho cation from the Antreville artillery of Pound Tho Ball. F Odawn until ten o clock the mounted red shirts from All parts of the county were pouring in up every Hill by which the town is approached. Their enthusiasm found vent in cheer after cheer As they moved towards the rendezvous. Thu Clouds of dust almost obscured the horsemen. The place of meriting had been appointed at the Park in front of the presbyterian Church and thither the Clam were mustered. At ton o clock a Raj All had gathered except Tho Troy a duo West contingent. By Clever o clock the Sweet strains of Tho do Wost Corset band led by 1. H. Magill ksq., the Best Amateur Cornelist in the state were hard approaching Ami soon the column took up the line of Marc headed by capt. M. L. Lion Ham .ir., Clinef marshal Ami aides w. S. Cothran and l. Wardlaw Smith. They were followed by the Abbeville hand which was in splendid tune. Then followed maj. To Igliori s company of Over three Hundred men. The major showed that he was eminently the Man for the place and vindicated the Wisdom of the Choice of the two clubs at the court House who elected him Captain lie had a splendidly mounted and equipped commandant carried the Day. Then follow Din magnificently Stern array the following most excellent commands the Antreville mounted club and the Antreville artillery commanded by capt. John 10. How Alec 150 men. Tiik link of March. The Lowndesville club capt. J. H. Moseley 40 men. The due West club capt. J. W. Wide Iuan 40 men Tho Long Cane club capt. Neut. Pickles 30 men. The Troy club capt. It. J. Robinson go men. _ the Calhoun s Mills club capt. C. A. White 40 men. The hell View mounted club capt. John 11. Morrah 35 men. The Magnolia club capt. J. S. Norwood,30 men. The Lebanon and Edar Springs clubs combined. Capt Samuel Evans 75 men. The Greenwood club capt. J. W. Payne 30 men. The Hodges club capt. W. Z. ,30 men. In. I ii i. N a. T i nine i Ruiey i Jiuu Luapi. Josih n. Carwile 4 men. The Phoenix club capt. S. P. Brooks 25 men. The Cokesbury club capt. David Aiken,20. Men. The carriages containing the distinguished speakers were interspersed inthe procession. The governor was escorted Down by his guard of Honor the governor s juvenile command under Captain Hertford Parks. This command looked in red shirts and fully up to the enthusiasm of the Day. Down main Street the column moved majestically slow until they reached the intersection of main and Magazine streets. Turning Down Magazine Street the red shirts moved on the bands in the mean time playing inspiring pieces. A Short line of March Down depot Street then brought the column to the fair ground where arrangements were made for the speaking. At thai fair grounds. The exercises it the fair grounds were opened with Pray by the lev. Or. H. T. Sloan v a it or lit Slinn h Unver. Or. Honor the county chairman Yam Forward a us said pladies and gentlemen j do not knowhow to express the sentiments uppermost in my mind is i stand looking at this vast assemblage of the red shirt democracy from the uttermost parts of Abbeville county. You Ore on Honor to your county Ond the Whol j Ligate of South Carolina a proud of you. It is not my purpose however to Moke you a speech on this occasion but 1 have the High privilege and Honor of introducing to you one whom you 1iave honoured for eight years As superintendent of education and two years of governor of the who has never proved Recreant to any Trust. I refer to your distinguished chief Hugh s. Thompson. Governor Thompson was received with tremendous applause and after its abatement spoke in substance As follows Oovi Noii Thompson s of Kech. Or. Chairman ladies Ond gentlemen the Confederate general Forrest when Askco me Uesi Way 01 winning , replied ily getting the most men on the Field Abbeville county seemed to have acted on this advice for she had More men Here than he had seen an wherein the state during this was confident from the magnificent demonstration of Welcome give the canvassers last night that the democracy were in Earnest and that Tho enthusiasm would remain unabated until the 4th of november should Roll up a magnificent majority for the democracy and for Cleveland and Hendricks. Nothing though had pleased him More than the attention he had received from that band of boys Tho governor s guards and he desired to thank them . And doubted not but that the material of which great men Are formed were in its ranks and who would grow up to make Abbeville As famous in the future As her Calhoun Mcduffie Wardlaw Perrin and Burt had done in the past \ he had come a crts though to give Richardson Miles. Attorney a a Kitai. M11.ks. Or. Miles was received with great enthusiasm and made a Chaste and polished address. His style was pure Ani his Demeanour dignified in striking bul pleasing contrast to the typical Stum orator who spends his toil Kin the vain Irish Etc of n or. Miles urged upon the democracy the importance of turning out at the polls that the liberties we had gained in 70 might be protected that the Republican party was alive yet and it hurts in the face of defeat convinced him that they had a great amount of lighting qualities left yet. Particularly said lie ought the democracy Boaler to overcome the immense Republican majority in the lower part of the stau and give the electoral vote of Tho state to Cleveland. Or. Henet announced that he had been so fortunate in capturing one judge he thought he would try it again lie would Call on him not As a jul Ilyf but a a Soldier to introduce it general. The cheers and cries for Mcgowan were exceedingly enthusiastic. Jurihik Mcgowan. Judge Mcgowan said that wan t glorious shout applause i love to Hen it applause it sounds like music in the air. It rein inels me of Ole Len times when you fought and bled and stiff rce together. I comes from Kine hearts from propel bears from such hearts As 1 know the people of Abbeville have. But i have not a speech for you i have a duty the perform that will to More pleasing Tevon than nov one Coli 1 could Unkn von 1 live to introduce to you one not has served you gallantly in the Field and yet boars Honor aide in the Cabinet As governor As the Liberty Ever roads the Arif Cle published in to paper will be fully repaid for the per memory. Though absent would no those men urge you to stand Fust to the principles you have Neve again allow your native land to do pos sussed by that band of aliens robber and thieves. Rather than again pan through the years from $ to 76, Shelp me god i would rather under the trials and privations great is the were of another War. What it life w led until urged by our won iii. We re solved rather to die As freemen than Liv As slaves. You have exhibited Here a Fine a display of cavalry As i Ever she your state stands in nod angor of defeat but let me urge you to carry the Sam enthusiasm into the Federal election As Oil All know Cleveland was not m first Choice for l resident re Favores Bayard because he was the truest a to the South in the whole United stator and the Ablest Man in the Deino Crati parly. Cleveland though As an Lionet Man and a True reformer will re Civ not Only my vote but 1 will work an Pray for him. A tei Egham to . Or. Benet then said that he had proposition to make to the audience the people desired it he would trend to following Telegram his excellency Graver Cleveld Yew York v. V go five thousand Al you our next president. Uthe see various channels in which they cabe useful and will prove no Dea Heads in this Campaign. Buru the w. C. By nah county proposition was married feet storm of iian. A Wyatt Aiken was then introduced and made one his characteristic a peaches carrying to whole audience with him in his enthusiasm. Hon. Kohoe Johnstone of Newberry was next introduced a enthusiastically received thu. Excuse mrs ii Iron speaking on 1110 group that he cause merely to be a loftier twin to nevertheless added few words of encouragement and the gave place to or. J. G. Giddy a of Florida who was introduced Astl chaplain of the state canvassers or who entertained the crowd with quite humorous speech. A splendidly barbecued dinner w then served and every Ono Wentar with their appetites appeased and to proud consciousness that they bad participated in one of the Grandes Meetin Ever held by the democracy in Abb evil county. Involution. We Call attention to an Auto Artic Iborti Rev. J. L. Martin of Abb chill ion the article of or Woodrow Wirtl same Subiel which is entry Crint. It be Reyntle to or. Ilc not. The evening after the democratic meeting the Abbeville hand Ami a mini1iter of the gentlemen of the town ten Derod or. Hunet a serenade in Recagni ion of the Brilliant termination of ten Day. After playing Dixie and annie1 Laurie or. Deuel Vax loudly called for and responding in a few words thanked the gentlemen for their kindness reminding them that it was due greatly to their efforts in furnishing delightful that the Day had closed so Success fully. That it convinced him of the i readiness of the red shirts to respond whenever called upon. The state and county election said the speaker were certain but that there was some doubt As to the electoral vote lie was glad that their patriotism could extend be yowl the county and take in the nation after a Short family love feast As to the Success of the Day the serenades were i invited within the hospitable mansion i and made to appreciate the thoughtful Noss of the county chairman As a commissariat. L or. Lionet proposed the health of the i excellent commissary of the Day or. F if. T. Wardlaw who responded in appropriate terms. The Abbeville hand was also toasted and responded to by or i w r i i i s style. Death of or. Meihvin i or scr. � we write with unfeigned sorrow of. The death of j r. Edwin Parker which event occurred at his Home in this town about half past five o clock on sunday evening oct. 5. He had been sick More"1 than a week and ins relatives had Given up All Hope of his recovery but the end1 came suddenly at last and the Community was startled by the announcement of his death. Or. Parker was the eldest1 son of the late Captain Thomas l Arker and was the brother of our townsmen 5 win. Ii. Parker Esq., and or. Edward1. Parker. He graduated in Medicine at Tho Charleston medical College and practice in this county and in Alabama and Mississippi. After his return from the West he settled in this place where he has since resided. He married miss Eugenia Calhoun the daughter Oij Calhoun Ami who preceded him to Iron i Cimin Voort u 1w priv bar " a. Was sixty one years old. He was peculiarly faithful to his profession. At All hours and without reference to the condition of the weather or his own health. 3 to responded to the Call that summoned him to the bedside of tin sick and suf Fering. Even after his fatal illness had set in he arose from his bed to visit a patient in whose Case he Felt much interest. Literally he died in the harness. I monday evening at five o clock he was 1 Laid to Iest beside his wife in Tho Dpi Scopal cemetery. A he died of congestion of the lungs t and suffered much. Who will not utter 1 the prayer that god will give rest to his soul and Comfort his bereaved and t stricken family jurors for 2nd week october term. 11.t. Gordon 15 k. N. Gallaher 9 to. X. Mcdill4 k. Y. Sheppard 1 j. K. Lomax 7 t. W. Pace 3 t. 15. Stuart 11 w. Ii. Arnold 3 j. 1\ Adamson 1 j. K w. Loritt 1 5 m. A. Fellers 1 s. O. Notts 1 j j. A. Mcquirns. 1 w. G. Hack acc r j. M. Ellis 5, j. A Edwards 10i? l i pre Calhoun 2 j. O. Mcclain 5 Xiv. V. Clinkscales 12 w. It. Luchanan t 2 g. W. Mckee 0 e. Cochran col., 0 George White 11 j. M. Warren 7 t. 1. Cunningham 13 t. Ii. Walker 81 w. A. Cloes 8 a. W. Cole col., 15 h. T. Morris 15 i. H. Mccalla. 13 Samuel Oakfield col., i John Wilker son 8 Pat Lee col., 11 e. O. Pruitt 4 it. W. Majors 2 j. Ii. Dupre 11. K ii. 1 e o " Asi Kville Railroad r on and after May 12, 1884, passenger trains will to run daily except sunday be8twccn Spartanburg and a follows up train. Leave r. St depot at Spartanburg 6 00 j 1110 leave Spartanburg a. L. Depot. 6 10pm y leave Saluda 8 50 j m c leave Flat Rook. 1 15 pm a drive hinder Sonville 9 30. In Down . Leave Hendersonville m r leave Flat Rock. 8 15 a in \ leave Saluda. I. .9 00 a m 1 leave a in line Junction 11 25 am p arrive r. & i depot Spartanburg 11 30 a i trains on this Road run by line time. Main i Rains Inq pc connections i or i of Sunmay and Charleston via Simran burp Union and u Columbia Atlanta Anil Charlotte by line n James Anderson superintendent. 1 t Ich 1oni am Danville i Railroad Par intr it Martin Teton and after a j. 0 3d, 1884, passenger train service on the a. U and Division will Boas follows a Olaward no. 51 no. 53 leave Atlanta. 4 4ft p m 8 40 a i arrive Oain Cavillo a 57 j in 10 15 a m Lulu a. 7 25 p in 11 01 a in or Rabun Gap inc h 8 12.pin 1130am Toccoa v 8 54 p m 1 4 pm Seneca City d Stumf inv 100pm Central v.l0 32 p in _ 1 52 p in Liberty. A 0 53 p m 2 13 p in1 Enske 11 10 p m 2 27 p in cored Rille e 11 42 p m 2 47 j in Spartanburg. 1 01 a in 3 56 p iny t Las Tonia in 3 20 a in 5 54 p in i Charlotte h 4 10 a m c 40 in 1-southward. No. 50 no. 321 is Lacavo Charlotte 1 45 a 1 00 p 2 30 a in 1 45 p n Spartanburg. 4 28 a in 3 45 p n Green Villo a. 5 ill a in 4 55 p n re Easley 0 17 a in 5 20 p in Liberty 0 31 a in 5 42 p n Central 0 55 am g 01 p u Seneca City 7 33 a in 7 36 p n t f Toccoa 8 40 a m 7 35 p Trabun Gap Annc. 0 34 a in 8 30 p n Lnla 10 09 am h 51 p n j Gainesville 10 30 am 9 25 p n Atlanta 1 00 p in 11 30-a n a iua9. I i no. Freight trains on this Road nil carry a sen d ears passenger trains run through to Danid Ville arid connect with Virginia Midland rail t Way to All Eastern cities und at Atlanta with All lines divorcing. No. 50 leaves kit unix at 1 p m and no. 51 arrives there at 4 p i 5a leaves Richmond at 2 28 a in 53 arrives then in at 7 41 a m Buffet sleeping cars wit Flou change on trains nos. 50 and 5.1 nov Leyork and Atlanta via ant 1 1 Danville Greensboro and Ashville of a trains nor. 52 and 53, Richmond an Danville Washington Augusta and nov its or Letfus. Through tiek cts in Sale a in Charlotte Greenville Seneca spartan be Burg and Gainesville to All Points South r. Southwest North and East. A connect is with n. E. Railroad to and from Athens a b with be. To and from Tallulah Falls c with Al. Lino Toad from Elberton and Bowersville d with Jihuo Ridge t and from Walhalla e with And g. T sle and from Greenwood now Crry Alston to and Columbia f with a. & s. And 8ii u. Pc To and from Henderso Vilu to Alston arc. A with Chester and Lenoi r. To and from Cheater Yorkville and dal r. 1m a with n. C. Division and c., I n a. To and com Greensboro Kaleigh & to a Thund Berkley supt r. A Slaughter. Gen. Pass at. To a. Al blow m v. And a a. Man. O Antral hotel mks. M. W. Thoma it % the death of a i High or they have the inn Merabi an1 swelled tie of Tilk. Silent a our killing prices like muffled i ing their funeral March to Livion for some time. With this we tie most terrific i # 8,000 men s stiff at 35c. From Goldstein for co., who never paid ally Worth of j 50 5,000 pairs men s a the very Best made at $4 50. We Nie iii 6,000 pairs men s Call at 85c., cheap at 4,300 pairs men s co at Josl k would be Che special to the coi a first class Kip pro Hajj at 7o 5. Us nor sold foil Roann made at #1 25 sold it 0 to have on hand and always keep the Larrca about in the c " we never say in our advertisements what w what we do not have therefore our printed prior dealers and the Public look eagerly for them Tarter Cas it Vive if Ftfe to pm Thio Metiam ifs d joined in caravan � a Jority Drums have Boon Beatty shades of Ono satisfied make i Slammer Felt hats for Thoin. These hats arc Actu Ach. And sewed shoes ii the Best when we say so. Skin shoes in 25. Egress shoes a at $1 50. Entry Trade r loss Thun of 1 2"�. The bust Quality h at $1 75. A Fine woman s coif who Host Quality skin 8hoesat s shoos for Winter Wear Tho stir Ltd / ins finn slums Avn Job a11u is Ummi a real Good ctr aeon kid at $1 50. One Small lot of five cases men s Icet who Chi will l o sold at 3 50. It. Yon have always paid. $5 00 for time will soon Como Whon you will buy them at 25c. For ladies and ular Price of these goods. Selling bags. T Stock and Best assortment of the Ity. E do not moan nor quote prices on fees Are a tilt Tolt to other tfho6 his & co., n Aud Iff rep a
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