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merrt in another cetamn. - *
?;The a union services in the Baptist
church were so well attended on Snnday
night that a good many people bad
toreturn home?uot being able to get
. t<v- mnsiV.
^VMiuv II ...
in which there is no noise, and induce
brass bands to do their practicing on it
he will realize a car load of lucre.
Joe 3icCorkIe, the negro who was
in jail for choking his brother to death,
i< at liberty, having been discharged
upongivinga bond of five hundred dollars
to appear at the next term of the
?Saturday was the first ^clear day
we have had for nearly two weeks, in
consequence of which a considerable
: number of people came io town from
the country. The merchants did a
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?T1 y Motiareb Guano, sold, by E.J. j
r if.eCarley & Co;, is recommended
highly by all who have used it. *
?The weather for tlie past ten. days
0 has generally been denominated as
- rough throughout the State aud coun
try. -'The sort we have had in Winns1
. boro has been the reverse?decidedly
;:~A petition was raised in town on
L Wednesday for the commutation of the
r sentence of Jesse Barber from death to
. imprisonment for Kfe in the State penile
.teutiarv. It has bec.n sent to Columbia
io receive the sanction of the Governor.
! /. a. lar^e cfrowr. or peopie, mosuy
eplored, assembled intown on Friday
~. to see and bear what, they could con:
cerniiig the execatibn of Jesse Barber,
hut as the Governor had respited the
prisoner^ they bad to return home
/?Theardele which wepnblish from
the Spartanburg Herald, spring au interesting
account of the steam fire en
g:ne recently purchased by that city,
will be read with deep interest by our
?"Rpju? the new advertisement of Mr.
Mimaangh and another column. * 1
?We take pleasure in announcing
the arrival of the Be v. J. M. Todd
||||?|! ' among us once cnore. We regret to
. state on the other hand, that he is not
Ipfe in such health as we had hoped
-,e would- have- acquired from a change
p,-i - of residence.
ffiNKiiik -Mr. F. W. Habenicht has the
. d filth. iLbas.bcea iuthiseoadliioai
55>r so'Jiie tl!ne a^d veiiL certaiuly caase5|
no:itttcudedrto. The Town |
Council should' icbkrinto this suiter at i
Wo.jfive.au interesting letter trom j
ecaiive. Department" informing him
that the Goverooi* had granted to Jesse
Barljera'repneTe for thirty days. In
the mean time the Governor will* look-,
iuto the whole case to ascertain whether
it is such as; to call for the exercise
of Executive clemency. The prisoner
had become more and more depressed
as the time fixed for his execution approached,
and showed great relief
when the good news came.
T>-^ ^ onnlltAW nnlnmn fT>P> TIPW I
XUTciU 1U OUV/l<U^l VV4UtMi? v>?v ?w?
advertisement of Mr. Mimnaugh. *
Tensor's January Weather.?
Vennors Almanac for 1S82 sajs it is
probable that the second week will
give a very cold term in northern and
western sections, moderating toward
the end of the week to heayy snowfalls
in Canada and northern States,
and rains in more southern section*.
Unsettled and stormy bnt moderate
weather will likely characterize the
entry of the third week with blustery
and drifty weather in the west and
rain to southward, followed by still,
milder weather and alternations of
snow, sleet and rain in northern sections.
An occasional fine day between
these disturbances. The 25th is likely
to bring lower temperature. Week
likely to'end mild, with snow and rains
extending southward to Sew York
JNv'1FROM MOSTICELLO.?jxr. r? iu- i
ter Hoi' Son of Mr. B. Hoily, who J
was inju. ;d on the Spartanburg an?
CJniou Railroad a short time ago, had
had his leg amputated below the
and is now doing well. We. joia;/^is
many friends in wishing him a speedy
recovery. . |
The taxpayers met last week, if1 consider
the qnestiou of levying a* 'local _
school tax. The meeting was* largely
attended, and the utmost /^Banimijty
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prevailed. A texoftwo/^u a mui
mills was levied. The /people of the
neighhorh(K>ffar^p ro of their Graced
School, and speak 1 i" the highest
terms of the principal^* 3?r. and Mrs.
Scott. "We trust the ^cbool will always
flourish,as itdeservefsundersuch ablei
management audgejpStdns sgpport.
Resigned.?Thef Bev. H. B. Pratt
stated to his congregation on Sunday^
last that he regretted to inform them
that his state of health is snch as calls
for rest, or at lopast snch rest as comes
* > X- v;? 1?
with a change'** me spnere vi ma j?bors.
He ha? this matter under
prayerful consideration for more than
sir months tnt believes it important
Uf make the announcement
now. "Wife?* therefore, thanking- them
very heartijK'f?r the addition so lately
made to salary, he felt it his duty to
give them F^is timely notice and advise
them to seelure the services of a settled
pastor wit$ a view to provide against
the grave 4 misfortune of a vacancy.
Mr. Pratt hps 110 of labor in immediate
project, and therefore does
\ vacate the pulpit at
oacce but expats to do so by tlie opening
of spring. \Mr. Pratt has made
mauy and ston^^iends, not' only In
his cougTegatiojA^a^i? our community
at large, and Aey will all part with
him with deep resfete
The Exodus.?Thk reporter of the
jR&cs and Courier rec^'itiy interviewed
General Jno. Brattoill on the subject
of the threatened. negro ^exodus, and
gives the loauwing ueeou.^^^ [ ^
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iarg?<l TO ajj eJgnt'CWliluiJ papeij auu
the increased space is filled with-wellchosen.
matter. The Spartan is one
the oldest ;md s.taxmchesi papers in the
State, aiufcitis not surprising that it
?hoald go tvell
A BETTER. FROM S UMTJER.
The Impression Made Upon a New CornerA
Prospei.-oufi and Prosressiv? Comxnxrai30
Messrs.Editors-. Thinking that a letter
from Samter may not prove unin
teresting to some of the many readers
6:f The Sews and Heralu, I have concluded
to give you one. I have been a
denizen of this city-like town- for a
short time only, and must say " tlsat I
am pleased with both place and people.
Nowy Messrs. Editors, this is much for
me -to; say* for, though I am au amplubions
animal from having been reared
and ertu<;ated partly in the country and
partly in town and city, I must nevertheless
a vei' that in all my proclivities
T om pnsl.i/t. "Rnml ' life in
all its paases posses for me charms that
I would seek in vain to find elsewhere..
Had the Great'Architect of my being!
so ordered it-.I conld bave passed the?
days of my earthly pilgrimage iii con-|
tentmeiat, amid the quiet retirement of[
rural surroundings, far, far from tlfie
din and bustle of town and city, fecli^e
no ambition for any prouder epitaph >
when I-shall have " shuffled off
mortal coiF, than the following couiPM
from (Goldsmith's description ofj the
""Village Preachcr": ,
"Remote from towns he ran his godly/ race,
Nor e'er had changed, nor wished uf change
his place''. i
Sumter is not without its^ beauties
--i ? ,.^4. /thft leasf
ana juracuuns, ?uu imt ^ ?
among them are its magnificent shade
trees, which, before denuded of their
foliage by antnmn's frosty fingers,
threw over a great port*ou of the town
a shade, through whic& "<>t many sunbeams
ever peeped./ The residences
here are mostly lowl-i" structure, and
this fact suggests td the mind of the
stranger who. visits Sumter, thoughts
" ' anil fhni.
oi cyciones auu utf
the lowness of the? houses wa? designed
as a protection /against these terrific
and destructive atmospheric phenomena.
This in S^-ctis not the case, for I
am tola thatfrSumter is not any more
subject toijftfase unwelcome visitations
than th^tml0T?s more remote from the
seaco^^K presume, then, that the
foni^BPll.-(his town built low houses
descendants and succesr^HB^?x]?>gh
veneration for their
nave perpetuated tl>e style.
Lfei.^eems to be much of the spirit.
rf^BWtatfPrise here, and Sumter is un I^Vibtdly
a growing town. Daily one
IMEar^he busy hammer and the quickHP"
tlu'ng 3aw, while, ever and auon, as
pf evoked by the wonderful art of some
J pjighty magician, new edifices spring
r4ttfo existence, and take their position
wifk *)? -
ill iiiic r? ivii vuh.t jk/k vv4vw-vv^?
A factory for the manufacture of sashes
and blinds is in process of construction,
while at no very distant day, from the
wallsiof the Bellemonte Factory will
breakupon the ear of the town the
music of merrily humming spiudles, as
fihey transform the fleecy staple of
Sumter's cotton fields into threads and
yarns. Itjs just sgch spirit ;0.f enterprise'as
tliis,"'Messrs. Editors, that will
rescue our sunny land from the thrs.1dcra
of poverty and bring back Plenty
with her smiling face oner jaore.
Eeli^ion and Churches.?In religion
we fiua here quite a diversity?Jews,
Catholics ?aia Protestants. The last
named all have commodious ho uses of
worship, and their pulpits are filled by
AiV<1 - AAVWtklA'
IiUUlSUJJ'S, ttWC^W.UIC ttuu uijfauic.
Schools.?There are several seminaries
of learning here, aud, judging
from the number of pupils attending
each, they are certainly in a flourishing
condition. And jast in this connection
I may say, if numbers were the only
requisite to the successful maintenance
of schools. Sumter could sustain her
schools most handsomely, for. if I have
ever seen a town pre-eminent for a juvenile
population, Sumter is emphatically
Hotels.?I can speak of one of i,hese
only from personal knowledge?the
Jervey House. This house, as its name
indicates, is presided over by Mr. Jervey,
who possesses in his estimable
t- J-_ - J r 1.1 1 ~ 4.
| may h mum uuiuhuuju ami ctuticni. v^u|
arijhtrix. If any of your friends come
I this way, tell thein to stop at the Jeri
vev House, and, if hey don't find in
Mr. J. a neplus ultra of a host, then 1
shall say that he has degenerated since
i it was my good fortune to be his guest.
Merchants.?Among this class tuejre
| is much energy and thrift, and uio
j "business, and houses of business of some
[ of thern are on a scale that wculd do
j c eiit to a place of greater pretensions
j than Sumter. For instance, the stores
I of Mr. A. A. Solomons and Mr. Evt
! ienberg. The former of these gentle;
menisoert&hily the meechaut-prince
: of this town.
j The Legal Profession.?This highly
! important profession is vrc.ll representj
here. Among them gentlemen
of l&gii legal attainments aad of estab
;ng it-, and withe-at giving tlie
Jf-tbe gcatlemea w'ao were pratent:
vhom I refer as to the trctiof tlie
nt; I Mr. 3i M.. Cwingfi, Caj t
^ and -Mr. Wa- H il.Ui -L
give yortfthe trfhtejaent to pnb'ish:
izld Co , Stbdthej;, Oct. 6th. 18?1.
Asdeesox '& Boozu?, Colonib ^v
>irs?In jotupany -vith Mr B- M
Capt . Isaac Means an d Mr. Wnr.
ill, I visited the plantation of i,he
hn W. LyJes, who showed us
e planted "Cnban Bird Guan r>."
side with Enrdo. M.\ Ljles
that.the Cuban Bird had dnne
good. Yet he mr ujiable to de;he
dividing rows between fLat
,ttUEareka. .piantod aide by sde.
This on gray land thatba.d been heavily
infjcLured last y+arwith Cotton Seed and
6tubJi,! *?Ianure. On a piece of good land
he rfsed Cotton Seed Compost and Bird
(j.nnlnp. "This is the best piece of cof.ton
tha# "!re on his plantation, it -will m:\ke
1,5J0 pounds to the acre." - *
'Another test was four rows of Cuban
Birfd Gnano by thoside of Eureka. Tne
.latf ?3' rasher the best
~*gain: Cnban Bird Gunno on one side
of %he field and Eureka on the other side.
ilwJfeled by wash or gull}'. The side with
the 'Cuban Bird" frili make the most cot
ton. I c-^r. Lyles-says it is the best land.)
pneJof his tenants planted a field at tiie
heaq: ?* t^ie Cuban B.r-i Gv.ano plat, and
putlpne ton of Empire on about 40 acres
Thisitn?t malce near as much as the
Cub; }-11 Bird or the Eureka plats referred to
auovlf6- It Lad a defective .stand and was
?r T .1 ...1 V ?
a.gam: air juvies : iinwcu u.> wucic uc
pjjy.ited Cocton Seed anil ISO pounds of
tj/ulwn Bird Guano by tTna side of 3"0
ppt>nds of Cuban Bird without anything
o. Here he again claimed that there
jwasi no result from the Gnano, but could
/not sh ew the dividing to w:s. He said the
Srovrs had been "ehauged by breaking up
ftha land." (I don't understand that point )
I*Ir. Lyles refused to give me a certifi
cai e in accordance with the abo^A facts, as
> thuy vera seen and understood to be by
31::. it. M. Owings,.Capt Isaac H. Means
and Mr. Wm. H. McGill, and as I saw the
Yours very truly aad respectfully,
G. W. Garmant.
?. S.?Mr. Lyles' threat to attend a pub.
lie meeting and to denounce the the Gu,
ano as a fraud made tte necessity for pub
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| USUlIJg VlilS IMiUfcCUiriii/. "u?.u oiitwu
) oat at the time and submitted to the gentlemen,
and who were willing to sign it
with Mr. Lyles. G. W. G.
To which I will now add that in the
Ride of the field whfre Mr. Lyles said the
Bird Guano was used, the grass (ov. r the
greater part of it) was as high as the cottrn,
while the side with tue Eureka was
comparatively clean. (Though he said it
was all worked alike.) In rel't-rcnee to the
3. rtificute. After we returned from the
fields I rsked Mr. Lyles for a certificate of
fads as they existed. He said "it must be
such an one as the gentlemen present
would sign with him." I nude no objection
The first paragraph that he gave for the
certificate was. that "the p>x>rest iand on his
place made heller cotton without ant. Fertilizers
than Vie best land on his place made with 150
I pOlLWiSVJ 0(CW.H Dt.ru . x mwi: iuui uvn *j.
I Tlifill I proposed to state that iri the first
field we went to, we could not distinguish
the dividing r >ws between the Ilnrekaand i
th^ Bird Guano. To that he objected, and
began again to denounce the Gnano.
At this point the gentlemen proposed to
defer the certificate lor the present,.and gr>
to others' fields. (I suppose they would
not have signed the first'statem^n'.)
The reader of his card would have no
conception of what the fads were, for his
cun?i?f7 1 erversion of truth w?u/d and does
mislead the mind.
I went to the neighborhood by special,
earnest and kindly ii\itation, from several
ot the most honorable gentlemen. I
don't include the Hon. J. W. Lyles in the
number, nor in tint class.
I went to Mr. Lyles' place by arrangement,
to meet those gentlemen, and (as I
understood it to be), for Mr. Lyles to show
no t.Vio Rirr? flnonn did HO COOd. I
When w.e got there I was reqt ested to
read the certificates of prominent gentlemen.
Mr. Lyles did not in plain -words
say that the certificates were bought. Bat
his insinuating remarks and imputations
were such thut I objected to going into his
fields at all And it was only out of respect
for the gentlemen present, who insisted
on my going, that I did so. (Mr.
Lyies also insured"on my going.)
. Now, Mr. Lyles' conduct and manneron
the occasion, and his published card, when
analyzed and determined" by the standard
of an honorable gentiemar., stands
..thus: - . /
Troth, a bars tr-ce, - - - - Trace
Honor, not one particle, - - - .00%
Candor aiid fairuess. - - - - .00%
Cunning aaa/ireci falsehood, - - 50.0r%
Demagogaisci. - - - - - - 49.99%
The ab>ve analysis is abundantly verified
by Mr. Lyles' assertion that the Guano
was "wrJWcss", thereby giving the lie also
to the oe'rtafrcates given by scores of good
on whriQA ftPTfj il. I
i mniy yea, WflWUIAS ^nwunwti T.
cates'shc w a better average result than
any Gup.&o sold in the State. And bv that
. direct assertion Mr. Lyles makes plain language
of his insinuations at his house that
these were bought certificates. _
I submit the above analysis to any honorable
tribunal, with the fullest confidence
that it will be more than sustained
by their "test"
And it makes a worse showing for the
Hon. John W. Lyles as an honorable gentleman,
than the analysis that he holds of
the "Bird Goano'' makes for that, as a
Nowythere is a palpable tie published,
either by one G. w. Garmany in the
statement in hij; pamphlet, or by the Hon.
John W. LvJes in his card.
And I assert, in the most posttive terms,
that the lie is not in Vie statement nor panxphI
lei of "one"
GEORGE W. GARMANY,
| NOTICE FOB, FINAL DISCHARCE- j
I VTOTICE is hereby given to all whon !
JLM it jnay concern, that we will apply I
(o the Jodgs of Probate of Fairfield Corm- j
ty for a final discharge as Executor of the j
Will of Jas, R. Caldwell, deed., on Tues-1
dav January 31st, 1862.
Dec. 31, 1881. JOS. C. CALDWELL, !
,J. A. CALDWELL,
Dec 31 -j 1x3 Executor.
T?Read Mimnaugli's new advertteei
uieuL iii another column. *
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%SSS^S^SBBkSS^^^^ v = - -. ~
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. t omsnnnnHBH
Pla^Tyingon t&3 Wjwers" pf Dry ForS^I
; Wa&reeCreefc, an<f botrTided b'y'lands of
J-> C.. Caldwell, <tea?s Jones Mid the Dr.
3 C. Mrtbley Iaod&There is about 300
acres of originaLyoods onjhe piece, with
some very finepine timber. Would suitnny
ope in-.tiie lumber business, it being situated,
in a section where lumber is in,demand,
and saw.miUs scarce. _
For particular ^ri?s terms, eti, apply
to thetmdersigned, regent for Mrn. M. J.
Motley, at ComVa&'S, P. O., Scu*b Carolina
' . . ; K.T.MOCKBEE.
p^ii-x4t" x;/.. ;
FRESH OAT MEAL,
And. a frill sodt>1v of
"Which we are offering very LOW
for the CASH. 1>
J. F. McMASTEB & CO.
And in order Xo meet the wants of
my customers I have added to my
ATMORE'S MINCE MEAT,
ATMORE'S PLUM PUDDING,
FINE RAISINS in BOXES,
VERY FINE RAISINS in QUARnrpp
CITRON, LEMONS, ORANGES,
LEA & PERRIN'S Worcestershire
FRESH IMPORTED MACCARONI,
TRY MY SUGAR'CURED EAMS,
TRY MY PARCHED COFFEE,
BORDENS EAGLE BRAND CONDENSED
MILK, 20 cents per can
CHOW-CHOW PICKLES BY the
quart or pint.
"LOTS"' OF EVERYTHING.
Aim STILL 0100!!
LARGE FLORIDA ORANGES,
JAMAICA BANANAS?LARGE and
AND FINE LARGE RED APPLES.
London Layer?iu all size packages.
French and Plain Candies, iu Great
FRESH GROCERIES?STAPLE and i
IRISH POTATOES ANI) ONIONS.
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS OF
CHEAP FOR THE CASH.
PLEASE CALL AND MAKE A.|
W, H. DONLY.
WE cordially invite our friends
aDd the public generally to an inspection
of the attractions displayed.
confidently asserting tbat they
will be found in every respect up to
the standard. In submitting tliis
we would call special attention to
the style and low prices of onr
handsome, stylish, perfect fitting ana
CLO T fi ? b
Lanje variety of men's working and
| business suits at ?5, $7, $8, ?10, |
! ?12 and $15.
For boys and children we have a !
compiate and elegant iine of suits :
! from $2.50 up.
ppfKHpn pmm i
i' ufiilluiuM IllilM I
Consisting in part of shirts, under- I
shirts, drawers, collars, cnffs, half j
hose, handkerchiefs, gloves, jewelry, I
etc., offered at bottom prices.
CLOAKS ? CLOAKS. We have !
cloaks as low as $1.50 apiece and .
We have just received a fine lot :
which we will sell very cheap, and (
many other little articles suitable ,
PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN.
Blake no mistake, but come direct
P. LAOTECEEE & BSO. |;
LOOK OUT NOW
ij. JJU UUiUiUiiUllit u
AS I HAVE BOUGHT A LARGE | j
STOCK OF CHRISTMAS GOOD? | j
AND BUSINESS IS VERY DULL.
I WILL SELL DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES,
NOTIONS, ETC., AND ALSO
CONSISTING OF FINE HAMS,
FINE SUGAR, FINE ELOUR, 1
FINE NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES,
AND ALL ARTICLES BELONGING
TO A FIRST-CLASS
GROCERY STORE AND DRY
GOODS STORE, AT VERY SMALL ;
IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTER- 1
EST TO COME AND EXAMINE THESE
GOODS AND THE PRICKS.
B. SUGENHEIMER'S. '
.T tt rimn/roTGS i:1
U a Aan V V w hp
WILL SELL THE FEW WAGONSj2
STILL OX HAND AT LOW FIGURES. i
"OLD HICKORY" !
I HAVE A THREE-SEAT PLATFOR1I I SPRING
COURTLAND WAGON, WHICH j
I OFFER LOW DOWN.
A FEW SETS BUGGY AND WAGON ; j
I 1*1 JUVJVJt I
nov o 1
Old Stone Mountain Com Winskey,
Belfast Ginger Ale,
Smith's Indian Ale,
Bavarian Export Beer.
1,000 Best o cents Cigars,
2,0C0 Best 10 cents Cigars.
Durham (Bkckwell's) Smoking Tobacco,
Good Grades Chewing Tobacco
MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER
SWEET CRAB APPLE CIDER
on draught at
F- W. HA BENICHTS. j
"We have just received a
r>f Christmas Goods, to which we i
would cail the attention of the public, j
Our assortment of Christinas Cooks is
and has been carefully selected. Also,
hi elegant line of
FANCY BOXES ,)F PAPER,
Puff Boxes, Shaving Mugs, "Writing
Desks, Etc., and a large variety of other
Christmas Goods too nuuiex-ous to
We have just opened our second
supply of - " '
v* J - -" "t
NEW YEAR CARDS,
md they are decidedly the handsomest
lot ever received in this place. All we
isk is that you can ana inspect our
>tock before baying your Christmas
McMASTER, BRICE & KETCHIN.
AND FEED STABLES.
Wixnsboro, S. C., Dec. 14,1881.
Everybody bring in your old,
broken down stock an J exchange
them for young- ones, as the undersigned
has jast arrived with Tsistt
fat Virginia horses and mules,
imong them some good saddle and
aarness horses, which he will sell
CHEAP for CASH, or on time, by
naking him a good bankable note.
He will also pay the highest CASH
PKICE for old fat PLUG mules and
fifteen Barrels Choice New Crop
Sew Orleanp Molasses, the best that
jould be bought in the New Orleans
FRESH BUCKWHEAT FLOUB
O .A. T MEAL.
FOUR HUNDRED BUSHELS OF
PURE RED RUST
ILL CHEAP FOR THE CASH.
D. S. FLEX5IKM.
All kinds of JOB PRINTING, such
is Lector J loads Bill Heads Envelopes,
fcc., &c., done in neat stvle and verv
fc] AT} M IXfc. di\-v I
THE MOST FASHIONABLE HOUSE in COLUMBIA, & C^H
keeps the largest stock of Boys', Yonths' and Men's Suits, Overcoats; efce. ;; ^
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Tie3 and Scarfs in endless variety. 'P
A fine line of Gents' SHOES to complete an ontfit Agent for tb?
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRT and THE BROTHER JONATHAN
Unlanndried Shirt, the best for ONE DOLLAR, at
10 L KIETARB'S. ^
TVTTCW T^TT"R.TsTTTTTEE ! !
ARRIVED AND TO ARRIVE.
j DON'T bny no til you have seen rnv Stock. For design an# worktnanI
siiip unequalled. and evervthicg warranted to be as represented, ani
| PRICES LOWER THAN*EVER.
A New Sapply of Picture
^rameS>* ^rCm?S ^
Mirrors, Window Cornices, jg|
| Window Sbades, Tin Sete,
I MONEY SAVED IS 3IOSEY ':
I keep on band most of the JbEADING SEWING MACHINES end &i
, Prices to suit the times. Lumber and Shingles for Sale. '(Ftu|iHitk^' -?'df
neatly repaired at moderate prices. ; '? "^Siwj
SAVE YOUR FREIGHT BILLS AND OTHER EXPENSES BY BUT
ING YOUR GOODS OF !g
' E. W. PHILLIPS.
1'LAIN FACTS, I
I AM NOW RECEIVING daQy my Fall Stock of Staple and Fangr I
Dry Goods, consisting in part of Domestics, Calicoes, Dress Goods i*
great variety, Corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, Fringes, I^ces, Actions J
of all kinds, which will be sold as low as the lowest. I
MILLINERY, MILLINERY, I
AND FANCY GOODS in all the novelties of the season. MissBLACEu ; j
MJlKna, frnm Rilfimnrp lia# Ijlfi above STOOds Vlth STtti I
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care, and 20 pains wiJl be spared to plecse our friends ?nd customer? Ox M
the above DEPARTMENTS. Miss BLACK will with -as the coming I
IF YOU WANT A SEWING MACHINE, one thai has stood the testT^M
and the best Family Machine on the market, three hundred and "fifty of H
them being- in nse in this Conntv. and will do & greater range of work thas rafl
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any other without basting, you can nna it ai> ^ ? ' -
JUST IN A SUPPLY OF GROCEEIES, Flour, Meal, Grist, Bacon; I
Lard, Cheese, Crackers, . Cakes, Caries, Mackerel, Tobacco, Cigsra
Kerosene Oil, Bagging, Iron Ties andanyund e.ery thing you want is taljjjjj
be found at J. 0. BOAG'J?, on the Corner, as cheap as can b? bought anywhere.
Don't forget to call, as these are facts and worthy of your arten~
AN ASSORTATENT OF BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, LUMBER," ETC .
.TTST Ttwnr.TW.n jBH
J. 0. BO AG. I
Sept 24c I
THE "QUEEN BESS" CORSET. I
Ti e "QUE BESS" Corset and
evr intr<du -*d It Ls a perfect tittiruj corset, and ha**nd itt)WWd^Be?
. , - ?t alsovfcas the untn^tsflWvim
straps, ?;u? cu wjmut iri,..?vv ? ,
PATENT CLOTH STEEL PEOTE* TOB/ *hich rrcf only prtv< ats_m
rusting, but also renders it impossible to break the clasps. Warranted in ereiy fl
ticnlar. FOB SALE ONLY by
may 26 J. 3? BEATY k, CO.
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&J| SHRSBRHte Foarteen different tiza hod kind*. 1mI
flKSSS^EBsSSB^gSslsXftf81 ***** Enameled ileoorrolm. Idqited
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