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JOB PRINTIN.-OUr oflice has been
fitted with all materials necessary
for printing jobs of every description.
Bills, Letterheads, Posters, Invitation
and Business Cards &o., &o.
Tax Notice-H. A. Smith, County
Sheriff's Sale-L. W. Duvall.
In Bankruptcy-San'l. B. Clow
In Bankruptcy-R. M. Wallace,
U. S. M.
Sheriff's Sales.-L. W. Duvall.
See the advertisement in another
column of the Pacific Guano Com,
0::-Taxes are high-those can be
reduced by IMMIGRATION.
*- If the Ku Klix tax is collect
ed it will realize $2500, for school
certificates. We advise our friends
having these certificates not to part
with theni too easily.
r4- The couutry is ablnop-it can
be awakened by IMMIGRATiON.
Gentlemen coming to our office
to write advertisements, will do us a
kindness by leaving our pencils where
they find them. We cannot afford to
lose our pencils and wait on them a
year or two for pay.
Now that the farmers are pre
paring for another year, we repeat
our advice to plant less cotton and
more grain. Corn is too dear for
farmers to buy it and make money.
gg7" We trust that most of our
ri alers will remember that their sub
scriptions expired on the 1st of Jan
uary. We are needing mfoney for
smmo small hil's of our own, and
trubt that we will receive all dues
so that we can commence the New
Year under favorable auspices.
t New year has been attended
with its acoustomed changes. On
every hand families are moving.
The colored people especially are
changing their homcs. Among these
there seems a reaeinems to hire. The
short crop and low price of cotton
broke up most of the renters, and
January finds them penniless.
27 We weie invited to a New
Year's egg nogg on Thursday, given
by Mr. 11. J. MeCarley. Quite a
number of gentlemen were present,
all of whon' seemed to enjy the
good things set before them. We
tender our thanks to Mr. McCarley
and his efficient clerk, Mr. Shields
Gladney, for the enjoyment afforded
DEATH OFMR. Wbi. G. Gmn!G.
Mr. Wma. G. Gerig, eldest soa of
Francis Gerig, Eq., died on Wednes
day night of consumption, aged 24
years. Mr. Gerig had made a large
circle of friends. Ia 1871 ho went
wvest, and remained some time. But
contracting, there, the germs of dis
ease, he returned home. Is health
continued gradually to decline, and
in spite of all that could be d one for
him he breathed his last oni Wednes.
day. lie was buried with masonic
honors in the Presbyterian Cemetery.
REMIOVAL OF THlE FE1AT.:' SEMI.
NAnY.-We call the attention of the
patrons and friends of the Winnsboro
Female Seminary to the fact of its re
moval from its former location, to
.the large and comnmodioas residence
on Main street, opposite the freight
depot, recently occupied by Dr.
Cureton. This location will be found
every way desirable, it being much
more retired and pleasantly situated
than the building recently occupied.
The school will open on Monday
morning next, and as the teachers
have already established a high repu
tation in the various departments it
is expected that there will be quite
an increase in the number of pupils,
both day scholars from the town, and
boarders from the country. 'We
oordially recommend this institution
to parents having daughters or young
sons to educate.
TOU!lNAM1ENT.-A TIournoy was
held at Ridgeway Dec. 29th with
following result :
1st Prize, Saddle and Crown, Harry
2nd prize, Bridle and Crown, W.
3d prize, Blanket and Crown, J.
4th prise, Spurs and Crown, F".
*5th prize, W hip and Crown, ID. A.
Ii6th prize, Tin Cup, least number
ringr, WV. W. McQuatters.
Miss Sallie Campbell, Queen.
Mass Mattio Oliver, let Maid of
Miss Minnie Coleman, 2nd Maid
Miss Jiessio Crumpton, 3d Maid of
Miss C. Hogan, 4th Maid of
Mibs 13. Oliver, 5th Maid of IRon..
0Z:'Labor is tcarc-this can be
supplied by IMMIORATION.
04) The matrimonial market last
year was quite lively, and many
happy young couples are scattered
through the length and breadth of
our county. But while the success
ful speculations in this market may
be readily enumerated, who can cal
culate the number of thoso that were
disastrous? IHow many swains ire
there that have anointed their lucks
with "bear's grease," and perfumed
their handkerchief with "drops'' and
sallied forth o'nights to the homes of
their duleineas ; that have oscillated
botwen alternate rapture and despair,
going throu.h the mental anguish
of raising their courage to the pro.
posing point, only to be rejected be
cause of the superior attractions of
"another feller," or of the cold heart
f their rospective ingclinas? These
sad experiences would fill a book.
Never despair, friends. While thero's
life, there's hope. Plcnty of good
fish are still left, in the sea. Only
be careful to bait your hooks proper
ly next time.
0::) Three hundred immigrants
Dame to Charleston last month, and
were distributed through different
parts of the State. Fity went to
Chester, NOT A SINGLE ONE To FAIR
ViE1.D. Are our people all dead, or
asleep 7 How many thousands of
Iollars were lost lIst year through
worthless labor ? The farners could
riot have lost more, pecuniarily, by
immigranws, and would have gained in
p)opIulation. We know many pal ties
who tell us they want some mnimi
nants. Why do they not write to
1". Von Santen, Esq., P'res't. of the
G ermain Society, Charlezton, or lRev.
Til R. Gaines, agent, New York,
statag their warts t
We have received a circular from
Mr. Vonii S anten, a skilag us to form anl
Auxiliary Sueieiy hire. We want
Iirst to find farmers willing to tahe
naaaigrants and ticut lIum aIlI, and
then we will try to rai.e neincy to
bing these imiiArants oi. We
bave conIsecAd our friends on this
subje-ct, we have appaled to ind i vid u.
alt., wo have thrown out suggestions
to the Granges-no re.-ponse has be.en
received. li the meanwhile, the on
portunity is faist slipping away. It
will soon tie too late. Farmers, citi
els, Granges, wakehI up
0Y- The people are poor-they can
be enriched by anm ox.
Fia ENGINIC NF.xncasE.-Friday aft
ternoon la.st, the Faii field Fire Egie
Coiaapanmy as.emtibled at the Court
House cistern for the purpose of teb.
ing the playing qualities of their new
engine "Faibfield." After attaching
lifty feet of hose, the brakes were
nimaied, and in a few seconds a beau
tiful stream of water shot fort h fromi
the nozzle, anid attaiined to the haeight
of the ball on the town elock steeple.
Inm turh other sections of hose weare
coupled on, until at last, the cnt ire
qantmaity of hose was unreeled, -500
feet-fresh mauselc was applied to thae
brakes, and a streaam, varying in
length from 50 to '70 feet, succeesful
ly played. This last achaievemenat
was greeted withI loud applause' boithI
by the company and (lie citizens in
iittenadance, an 041howed clearly thiat
the little "'Fairafield"' could do goodl
work whenerica called uapon. Th'le
afternooni's exercise fully sit isfied the
most incredulous membi er of the
eomapany, aid we mighat say that the
most sanguine expectations of both
oflicers ad men were moreo than re
alized. Presidenit Biacot presided
witha his usual aibilily, anud participa
ted in the genecral exultat ion over thme
admirable "skeeting" qualities of' this
valunable acquisition to our Fire Do
partmenut. The F'airt'iold was built
by umseay & Co., of Seneca F'alls
Now York, uad reflects great credit
upon its mainufactuacars.
FINAL ExuinTuoN4 OF MIT. ZiON,
The exhibition caime off on Monday
night. The weather all day was very
bad, and the nigh t sot in dark and
cold ; but in spite of this, a considl
erablo company assembled in seasona
ble time. The band, however, was
not present, and thuis detracted somic
what from the success of the occasion.
At seveon o'clock, Master Ilarary D)avis
opened the exercises with an extract
from Cicero's oration against Cata
line. This was well delivered, aiid
the pronunciation quite correct. It
was, however, not perfectly intelligi
ble to the audience. WVben hao uitter
ed the words "O tempor~a, O mores,"
there was a feeling ol relief as if oin
meeting an old frienad. We listenied
for sic semper iayran ni amnd c pluribus
un, but, they didn't, conic. Aftier
this, followed M~laster Sammny Clark
son aiid thon thae other pupils in suc
cession. All were well prepared, and
showed imnprovemaent since least exlhi
bition, though that was a success.
Wec wore mauach pleased with way in
which the ho035 acquitted themselves.
Masters David Gailard and M~orti
mer Dauntzleir a r th. choief favorites.
Master Gorig alto aIiuiitted himrsclf
handsomely. 8e'eral others might
be mentioned :Master Sammy
Clarksoni's "All for mloney," anid
Masters Shodd and Robertson's dia..
logne,'-Bad nowa ceated muchk mor.:
After the speeches were concluded,
Mr. Clarkson read the names of the
twelve boys who had done best during
the past session. These were in their
David Gaillard, Harry Davis, Geo.
Lauderdale, W. D. Bratton, W. C.
Rion, E. A. Rabb, W. C. Robertson,
M. 0. Dan'zlor, Jeff. Gerig, Paul
Brice, Jas. Shedd, Robt. Dunlevy.
After this the Trustces daeided
that laster Gaillard had won the
prize for elocution. Ilis articula.
tion was more distinct, and lhis man
ncr more self-possessed than that of
Rev Mr. Campbell presented the
prize (a handsome book of travcla) to
Master Gaillard in a very pretty ]it.
Lie address. Ile spoke of the power
)f speech, the great distinguishing
iharacteristic bet ween man and beast,
ie chasm over which the develop.
wuent theory could not leap. As na.
tions become more civilized, speech
is is more improved. A pleasant
voice is heard wherever the heart and
miind h..ve been improved, and a
barsh voice is found in the unculti
Valed, the depraved, and the vicious.
Plhe human voice produces the sweet
ast mclod y ; the finest musical iustru.
auents were surpassed in sweetness by
tho magic voice of William C. Pres.,
ton, or by the tones of a pure and love
ly woman. Eudeavor to be wise, but
3ndeavor also to be good. You have re.
ceived the highebt awaid for excel.
tence, and this is a great honor, coining
LS it does from gentlemen competent
o judge. As you have outstripped
Vour competitors in this race, guard
vell your laurels lest they be plucked
rom you on a subsequent occasion,
Demosthenes said the secret of ora
ory lies in the word "action I action
lotion !" The true secret is labor,
ahor, labor. Cultivate the voice by
miproving the mind and the heat t, as
iese three arc essentials in an orator.
Mr. Campbell concluded by some
vell chosen anocdotes, illustrating
This closed the exer-ises. The en
xrtainment was a complete success.
We rcgr t however to say that some
)f the audience were quite boisterous,
and annoyed the ladies by their noise.
lhc strage wvs adorned with
i handsone wreath enclosing the ini
Mius A. Z. 1. and the words "founded
17-13," '-incorporated 1777," and
LLe. 221, 1873.
THE CL AND) TiE Niw YEA.
We wi-h all our numerous friends a
happy New Year. The past year
was an eventful one. The new build..
iig of old Mt. Zion was opened for
use in February. During early
Spring several fires occurred which
culminated in the destruction of the
old Thespian Ilall. Heavy rains
ilmost destioycd the crops. During
tie first part of the year, Meningitis
was fatal in several portions of the
County, and still later, Diptheria
alaimed many victims. The fnuancial
panic reached us at the time when
Motley generally begins to pour in,
aid this and the low price of cotton
caused many couotenances to enlon.
gate, and many a stout heart to quake
at the thought of indebtedness comn.
inmg du~e with no resousees to meet it.
The death of Senders Ford, and the
short and sharp senatorial campaign
also created a stir in the political
world, aind put money in the pockets
of cross-road and street corner poli
ticians. Thme qluestion of State debt
and the expectat ion of ruinous taxa~.
tion also caused a feeling of uneasi
ness. But in spite of the depression
our* people but ook themselves to work.
Thme farmecrs wo.rked with a hearty
good will to prevent the destruation
ol' the crops by the grass. They also
oirganized Oranges in order to sys
temaitize the system of agriculture and
remedy existing evilIs. Tlheenergy
chanuts also displayed great mer
in conducmting their affairs.
A banik was organized to facili
ate linancial operations, and
was. of great benefit during the panic
in supplyinug money for the purchase
of cotton and thus buoying up the
miarket. Seome of our enterprmising'
citizens also erected new buildings.
Mr. (1. II. MoMaster replaced the
old Thespian Ihall blockc with a new
building, much handsomer and better
than the old. Messrs. Davidson and
Me~arley arid Cathoart closed up old
breaches with new stores, and Capt.
Ibarden and Mrs. Catheart cowmmice.
ed new dwollings. The Associate
Reformed Congregation have a new
andl handsome church building com
pleted lat year. A subsciiption of
$2400 wvas raised and a handsonme fire
enigine was purchased ; and a fine
amateur brass band, though organiz.
el previously, reached its present ex
cellence in 1873. At iBlackstock
Ri Igeway and Doko,similar improve.
luents were made, and villages are
now springing up, whe Sherman
left a desert.
We are pleased to note that dur..
ing Iast year there ace no serious
cisturbances in the County, and that
the whito and colored races, leaving
aside polities, got alon , well together.
We are also pleased to note that
while the State Administration was
conidueted badly, and while every.
tingr connected with it was oharac.
terized by incompetent and reckless
extravagance, county affairs were
managed in such a way as to give
confidence in the County omoials to
the people at large.
While we congratulate our people
open their energy- we must deprema
an apparent approach on the part of
inauy to demoralization. In many
instances parties have taken refuge
behind the technicalitess of the law
to avoid their solemn moral obliga.
tions. Many instances have ocourred
of attempts to defraud honest credi.
tors. This evil can only be reme
died by a healthy public sentimnoot,
indignantly frowning down every
species of rascality. So inuh for the
old year. The New Year ushered in
to-day, brings with it new duties
and responsibilities and new Inplica
tions. The scaruity of money during
the coming year will be great, and a
system of economy uiu.t, be inaugura
ted on the very threshold. Experience
has taught our people that undues
expanion tmUbt inevitably produce a
collapse. Let every occupation be
more concentrated und lat every one
live oarefully within his incans.
doubtless every one has inade good
resolutions. Nine out of ton mon
awaken on New Year's day de
ternitied "to turn over a new leaf,"
and nine out of ten of theso suffer
those new leaves in the book of life
to be blown backward before the
next moon. But if this old way is
not changed, ruin % ill stare us in the
face ere another new year. What a
day may bring forth no ono kuows.
It is idle then to prophesy the events
of a whole year. W e therefore can
only counsel our friends "to labor
and to wait," tending themn in the
moan time our sincerest wishes for
T H!E Tax Books are now open for the
collootionl of Stale and County Taxes
for the fiscal year conimenrinig tle 1st ot
November 1873. The rates ottaxation are
14 follows in the School Distr icts of Pair.
No. I -Slate 12, County 3, Widows, 4,
Local School 1, Total 1 .,
No. 2-Stale 12. Comity 3, Widows A,
Ltocal School 2, Total 17.1.
No. 3 -State 12, Conity 3, Widows g,
Local School 2, Total 17.1.
No. 4-Stato 12, Couiy 3. 1idows
Local School lJ, Total 161.
No. 6-State 12, County 3, Widows
Local School 2, Total J71.
No. G-Stnie 12, County 3, Widows A.
Local Sclaool 1, Total 16. .
No. 7-State12, Counity 3, Widows g,
Local School 1]. Total 17.
No. 8-State 12, County 3, Widows i,
Local School 1j Total 17.
No. 9-Slate 12, County, 3, Widows 3,
Local School 9. Total 18'.
No 10-State 12, Cotinty 3. Widows .2,
Lcoal School 1, Total 16.1.
No. 1--State 12, Coitity 3, Widows A,
Locnl School 2, Total 174
No. 13- tnie 12. Couinty 3, Widows 4,
Local School 2, Total 17.1.
No 13--State 12, Coutily 3, Widows 4,
Lacal School 1, Total 16.},
I lave received no notice of t le exten.
sioneo to lmte fr payments and unt less such
not ice he given the penalty will attach
On the 16th January 1874.
I1. A. 8S11TIl,
IN obedie'ce to an order aade by W
M Nelson, .uddre if Probate, I will
sell on the 21st day of Jatatary, 1874. at
I1 o'clock, A. 'M , a t ihe residence of' thle
late 'ainders Ford, file following Personal
Propeity belonging to tle Estate of
Sanders Ford, decesed,. to wit. :
Three Mules. otne Mitre. three Cows, lot
of Corn, lot of Cotton Seed, lot of Fodder,
llacksiilh Tools, Farming Tools, ail
other article, not enunerated. Terms
L,.W. DUVALL, 8. F. C
Winnsbioro. 8. C.,
.lan 3, 187.
Ex parte Andrew Mayo, Ex'r. In lRe A. Mi.
Newhill 1'et. to establish a lien.
N O'It.E is hereby given to nll credli
tors holding lienasagainst thle estate
of thte above anamedl hanikruipt, t hat.I lhey
aire required to estabila the same befoire
llegister~ Clawson, at his otlice in Yorkville,
withlin thriee weeks fr'om thle date of thIiis
notice, and to show cause if any they have
why the said estate of' lie batnkrupt. shlouhl
tnot he sold t o satisfy said ietas. By order. of
Cour't. SA M'L. l. CLO W fEY,
dcc 24. 1873. Assignee.
D ISTRIICTr COUIlt' OF' TIl U~LNIThED
- States for the Easter'n Distr'lct, of
SouthI Carolina-Ia Bankrunplecy.- In the
mat ter of the Citizens' Savin gs Bank of
Slithi Carolina, Hiankruapt.--This is to
give notice that otn thec ist. dny of Decemi
tier, A. 1). 1873, a warrant of Bannkruptcy
was issued out of' thle Disarict. Court of the
U'nited States for thle Easteran 1:istrict of
So ahI Carolinia, aganinst. thle Es ate of lie
Cilizens' Savinigs Itank, in the county of
RIichandi, in said Dis trict of Soth Ci(aro
lina, ndinadged a Baskruapt on its own'i pe
liion ; t hat thle paymenat of any debts and1(
dlelive-ry of any property belotnging to said1
Itankruatapt , to it or for~ itsa use, and thle
tranasfer- of any property by it are forbid
den by law; that a meetitng of the cre:hi
Iors of the said Bankrnpt, to prove thaeir,
debts and to choose one or more assignees
of its Esitate, will lie held at a Court of
Blankruptcy, to be hioldena at Columbia at
the Citizens' Savings Bunk of South
Carolina, before E. M. Seabrook, Esq.,
Register in IBankruaptcy for said District,
oni the four teechthl (14th) day of Jantuar'y,
A. D. 1874, at 10 o'clock A. M.
11. M. WA LLACE',
United Stalce Marshall for said Di.t rict,
jan 1-tx A s Messeniger
The State of' South Carolina,
By WV. Ml. N RLSON, Esq., P'robatt Judge.
\W 'lERIEAS, J. (1. fIlawthaorno hiath
imade suit to mei, to grat. him Let.
ters of Ambuaastrationa of the Estate and
effects of Robert Ilaw ihorta deceascid.
'These are therefore to cite and admonIsh
all and sitngelar the k indreid and creditors of
the said Robert l1,wthaoruae decased, that
they be tund appear, before mie, in the;Court
of Probate to be held at Fairfleld Court
liouse, on the 14th day of January
next, after publicationi hereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoona, to shiow eause If
any they have, why the said Amainistra
tion should not be grainted.
Given uander may hiatnd, thIs 20thj day of
December A. 1). 1873.
W. , NELSON,
dee 80-t~x2 J. P. F. C
Boots and Shoes.
A N elegant lot of Boots and Shioes just
?3.recelived from T. Miles & Fon.
MoMASTERI & BRICN.
J. M. R. MOORE & CO.
NEXT DOOR TO
John 0. Squier & Co.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS ANE
WARE &o., &o.,
A L S 0.
A fine lot of chewing tobacco and
Cig-rars conoote(l by all to
ie the best in TOW N.
CALL AND EXAMINE FOR
Choic New Orlenns Molassed.
No. 1, 2 and 3, Mackerel in Barrels,
KiU!, and knf nlarrels.
Car load flour, including all tirades.
Car load fresh bolted Meal.
Ulngging and Ties.
D. RI. FLENNIKEIN.
R E C E I VE DI
ONE Car Load Ihay, onc
Car Load Flour', Assorted1
Graeles, Corn and Oats, Mea.
and Grits, Sugar' andi Coffee
Bagging and Ties, BaCOn and
Lard, LOW FOR GASII
RE~ATY & BIRO.
A Boarding and Dlay School for Young
MR8.. E. E. MOonE, .
MISS SAILLIE RlIlNSON, ;Principals
noAnD) 0F TR~UsTEKs.
lon. WV. R. RtonlaTaros, Presidenit.
Capi JAn. ltrA'ry (lpii H. 11 Cr.ow~ay,
TIERM5 or TUITIO'N.
For highuer braneb es, i ncludinrg I hi
languagres, per siionI. $2f6
For inrtermrodiato classes, per ses,
For primary classesr, per session, $12
Mu'sic, per Session, $20
Boar.ling. pe' rioulhI, i ncludling wash
ing, fuel and Iluihs, por muonl h, $16
Terms of pay men-qurterly in advance
- TIJE undersigned respect.
*fully informs hris friendi
and the traveling publie,
thast.hlu nas removed to that large and
commodious housoe formerly known as the
"Fairfield liotel" whore Ihe will be prepared
to entertain them as heretofore. The~
patronage of my fellow citizens of Fairfield
particularly solicited. To both transioni
and regular boarder. my terms will be
M. L. DROWN.
can 28 Pr.p..to.
DANNENBERG & CO
SALES OF FA LL
a mi 0 'I' I- 1 J\1
BOOTS & S l10 ES,
A SPECIALTY IN MEN'S
LINE of UN) ERWEA Rt
ui uz. i ?Zr, ueme
AT 10 CENTS.
SATINES 50 cents, Worth
I)RESS GOODS 25 UEN'TS.
Call and Examnine olurStock
which we ilean to close out.
-: 0: -
W E are now re 'eiving our Fall and
Wiler Stock, which wil be full ind com
pleie in a short time. Toolk and impli
mcnts for 1h la I'lan er', tlao Alechianio, file
Smilh and Wood-workiman. Iealrli'is,
(hainls and 1(loe of all kindsll, :111Ilnces
llorso and M ile Shoc;, Wood und Tin
Wares, Wiagon And Buggy hlaterials, &c..
on hndu1 and to arrive. We have two Ions
of Cut Nails onl hand.
a nico lot of Groceries, cubracing
S'pice., hunms, ILnrd,
Tobacco, Soap~s, Candles and Starch.
All Low f'or the Caisi
Bagging ail Ties to arrive sooan.
J. M. GALLOWAY & Co
ljj:Y to kniow flint l' have just
r'ecei ved a ll arss:or'in:ent of'
Cantned (;o >ds
at Ih ll0 akery of'
ESTA BLISHED U59.
7 IlillITY years exper'ience in rep:,iring
.aill kindu ofVi Watchies.
001,1 jiand Silver Watebes of all ,ii.
Fanoy Jewelry and I 'looks of all de:ip.
tions, which I will seilllow for onshi Como~i
and seo for yourself. No charge fr l'sk
ng. Thankf'ul for past patroingn, I so
lolt a cntinuanc of Ih losameo.
Opposite Dacot & Co's,
IS again opened for the aommraaodation,
[of thec travobang and boarding pubilic.
Table1 supplied with thie best the conn ry
affords, anda nio care of expenso sha tll be
spared In mraking' ray guests comf ortabio.,
Give me a trial.
A. A, Moris,
no, 18--8m I'o.im..
IS NOW COMPLETEs
Owinig to the fintanicial Strin
gency we will sell olr
GOODS at the l)w..
e~st prices for
NOW IS YOUR TIME
YE CASH BUVEIRS.
OUR STOCK ED1UCAES
Dress Goods of all kinids,
IN GII.EAT VAlR1 ETY,
leleaciel and Brown Iome
spmn-. Rtemly ma1le
G LOT1111 N G"I.
Boots tShoesq Hafits amd
JOllN Cl. SQUIER11 & CO.
DONT ASK FOR CREDIT.
Pay tie CASH il Imy
We have lc)ewlotu- 11,ooks.
All per sons imlehu JICd
c1ome f1)o wrlAd and settlo at
1. c.1'SQUl IER & CO.
.A nnIow receiving 1h0 largest and
best Hvelced stockc of
BOOTS & SzHO ES.
they live ever had, nd are now
IIrC arIed V o 11 d10 iin11h ter
solid comfelori (1)
jeced y Sulvs.
We al wnys ur ni nh n~iy ynodI (GOI
nnad believe Iihat I Iiwse who fav'or
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WATERlS' 40NOERTO PARLOR OlIGANS
a. tleIhe da l.pa sessait'ai
II ae r unahi
Ser pinectd ina anuy
n ( anhi. It is pmlucal
fqynat(X etan Net,
ah il L3 38IN
-1 TIO4N of the
aw IL4 .NN '. iridc ed- sat 4ee,in
rilinl/ W~ TEI~g',N at( extreIa4cy Sow
pricnes for casts, or pnrfraeth, .minI.ance
In M3naali neouui i y p'ew.. . New~ 7-Oc
tavn firet-clsse PIANON,nJI iOeiern
GANN,4NtopU, $t10 J; 5a Nto su, $1i5,
tra ne &Ycieti&. clo, AUIEn TS WVANTIEDi.
NKELSON & REFO.
TJo Bhuy Youir Liqiors.
HIJEY have in store one haund red 1,n,.
rels, emobracinig every variety f'rm tho
eommnnost to the FIN iSTl brands.
Weo dirctL patrticular nhtentioin t u
FINE CORLN WHISKEY, thae puarity and
age or whaich We Warrant, and our 11 *~ae
and hUranudios represenr. overy climoc and
country, In Conneotion with the iquori
buslness we have oponod a iRestaurant foar
the accomnmodation of theo public whcero
meals vill be served at all hours, all w
ask Is a 'nral, satisfact ni is guaranteed,
Fresh Laoger on drauagh.
Fresh Oysters cai ihn Rlemauren.