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9"' Conmunications to thin ofilce
nil) not ho notiood unless ucoompauied
by the real nantie of the writer.
Ili Any person in the County laving
knowledge of any cirotiwtaoe o ItI oroat
ooesuring in his neighborhood will confer
a favor by furnislring infortuation at this
J@f we are not respoaaiibta for the opin -
onae of co-respondents.
NEW ADvHRTIsEMEN rs.
Sheriffs Sale-S. W. Ruff, S. F.
Winnsbord Hotol-G. H. McMas
Read the advertisements of I. N.
New Goods- -W. H. Flonnikon &
Cheap for Cash-Jno. C. S4uior &
See advertisement of--Jonas,
Davis & Bouknights.
Limo-McMaster & Brice.
The city counsel of Savannah
have issued 253 liquor licenses this
year. Of these 27 are to females.
LANDEcKEiR & Co :-Have the hand
somrest clothing in town. Give us a
JOB WORK.-Plain and fancy job
printing executed with promptness
and dispatch. Give us a trial.
Go to LANDEcKERt'H if you want
handsome Calicoes. *
CuIcus.-We see by our exchanges
that several circuses are travelling
through the South this season.
Universally admitted that I. N
WITHERs has the cheapest goods in
FIRST OF THE SEASON.-Mr. Groe
scholl treated his customers to oys
ters last Friday night, the first of the
season. The morning Star is now in
full blast, and Mr. G. promises to
keep on hand everything that will
tempt the appetite.
PERsoNAT.-We had the pleasure
of meeting Mr. W. R. Doty on the
street yesterdays Mr. Doty and
family arrived here Sunday from
Kentucky, and expect to spend the
yinter among us. We hope ore long
to make him a citizen of the "boro."
LANDECzEU's have the cheapest
Alpacas in the town. Don't fail to
look at them. *
BANKRUPT NOTICES, &c.-Our books
have on them a great many bankrupt,
executor's and adminlistrator's no
tices which we find very difficult to
collect. Consequently we are forced to
demand the cash for such advertise
ments from this date.
Mr. Donald Macaulay has hung
out his shingle at the storo of W. H.
Flenniken & Co., where he can bo
S found at all times. He gives the to1)
of the market for cotton, and it
would be well for our plantors to
showv him their samples.
Call on I. N. WITHERs if you wan t
to get the worth of your money. *
RUNA*7AY.419I~ John S. Cathcart's
mule ran away with his buggy
Thullrsday morning andl emptied Mr.
Cathcart's little nephew, Sumter
Crawford, and the huggy in the
ditch in front of Mr. D. R. Gladney's
store. Fortunately no damage was
TAILORIN.-Mr. Pierre Dedroit
has taken charge of the store for
merly occupied by B. F. Davidson,
for the piurpose oif conducting the
merchant tailoring business. We
have long been in want of such an
establishment, and we hope Mr. Do
droit will receive the patronage of
the public. See his advertisement
L ANDEoKE.R's. If you wvant hands
some B3loachings, go to our old
DRoOPPED DEAD.-An old colored
man, whose namo we did not learn,
brought three bales of cotton in
town last Tuesday, sold them and
wvas ordered to deliver them at the
depot. While on his road there his
most valuabloe horse dropped dead.
This is a great less to the old fellow.
I. N. WVITnIEnS wants those who
owe him to pay. Can't live on the
SMArnUr.-TherQ was a general
smash-up of the ont-going train on
the N. C. Central Railroad last Fri
about three miles north of Charlotte.
Capt. W. D. Aiken, of this place was
the only one hurt, but we are glad to
be able to state that his injuries were
DIABOLICAL AOT.--Last Friday some
one poisoned a flock of geos$ for Mr.
J. W. McOreight. It was probably
perpetrated by some individual who
held animosity against Mr. McC., and
was too cowardly to meet him and get
satisfaction. This is one of the
most villainous acts that we have
ever known to occur in our town.
On Sunday tidings reached
Winnsboro that Maj. C. D. Melton
was still lying very low, and but lit
tle hope was entertaiued of his re
covery. Maj. Melton has been in
delicate health some time but re
cently he has had several homor
rhages which have greatly reduced
him. We trust Major Melton will
STAMPS ON TIE WuoIo CouN ER.
We see it statod that postmasters
have been annoyed so much by per
sons placing the stamp on the wrong
corner of the letter, that an order
has been procured to send letters
to the dead letter office which are
not properly stamped. The stamp
must be affixed to the upper right
ILANDEcKERE's Hamburg Edgings
are grand. The ladies delight.
Coie and see them.
RELEASE OF THE SIELLs.-W0 learn
from the Columbia .Register that
Judge Moses on Monday entertained
the application of Walter L. Shell
and G. W. Shell for bail. Messrs.
Pope & Watts and Jaeger appeared
for the Shells and Mr. Fleming for
the State. The opinion of the
Judge was full and just. He re
reviewed all the points made in the
case, and admittod the prisoners to
bail. Mr. G. W. Shell's bail was
fixed at $3,000. His son's at $1,000.
PERSONAL.-We regretted :to bid
adieu yesterday to the Rev. A. J.
Stafford, lato pastor of the Motho
dist Church of this place, who has
boon assigned the chair of mathemat
ics in the Female College at Cohun
bia Mr. Stafford is a ripe scholar and
richly deserves the honor conferred
upon him by the board of trustees.
While among us he gained many
friends, and wa wish him success in
his now sphere.
MERCANTILE.-Don't fail to road
the advertisement of Messrs. W. H.
Flenniken & Co., in this mornings
issue. The genial smiles of Harvey
anmd his clerics, Messrs. y. F. Me.
Master and David Gaillard, will not
fail to impress the buyer. Give
them a call.
Messrs. Jones, Davis & Bhouknight
of Columbia, also advertise an im
moenso stock of dry goods whinch
they are selling at low dowvn figures.
LANDECcER's Windsor Scarfs are
the latest agony. *
The Greenvillo.News appears in
a new dress, having been greatly en
larged. We are lelased to see such
evidences of prospeirity in this repre
sentative of the Piedmont Region.
The News is a spicy, live paper
and shows rascals no( quarter. Long
may it live.
Mr.W\illiam Choice has been as
sociated with Col. Farrow in the
editorial charge of the Spartanburg
Heirald. 'fhe Hierald is at 6ti pa
per and a welcome exchange.
A TnAM.-A fellowv calling him
self MAle, and professing to ho an
Indhian doctor, handed in our town
Thursday oven ing, having with him
a small boy and girl, who, he said1,
were his children, and that .their
m'ther' had died near Knoxville,
Tqnn. He also sitid he was making
his way to Columbia where he had
relatives. Being refused admission
to either of the hotels, he was taken
in by one of our citizens who
gave him and his little ones lor~lging
for the night. Upon questioning
him pretty close this gentleman camne
to the conclusion that Able is a
fraud. He carries with him a bag of
roots and herbs which lie peddles
out to negroes, and says they will
cure any disease but consumption,
Such fellows as Able ought to be
looked after, they mean no good.
He left for Columbia on the 12:30
train yesterday. Look out for him.
SPECiFIo FOR TIPTHEIIA.-Thel
Italian journals publish a letter
from Dr. Galligari, describing the
remarkable success which has at
with phonic acid. He' relates the
losses he formerly experienced.
among his patients when treating t
themwith emollients, solvents and j
cauterization with hydrochloric acid
and observes that this cauterizatian c
can no more eradicate the morbid 1
principle than tearing the leaves off
the plant will destroy the rest. He i
poiv simply uses a gargle oA-phenic
acid and distilled water, with exter
nal applications of now flhnnol, the
food and drink to be taken cold.
After the adoption of this treat
mont, )r. Galligari lost but one pa
tient of fifty-eight. Hie requested
the Italian journals to publish the It
The treatment oonsists in thor
oughly swabbing the back of the
mouth and throat with a wash made
thus : "Table Halt, two drachms ;
black pepper, golden seal, nitrate of t
pota;h, alum, one drachn each.
Mix and pulvorize, put it into a tea
cup, which half fill with boiling
water, stir well, and then fill up with
good vinegar. Uso every half hour,
one, two and four hours, as recovery
progresses. The patient may swallow
a little each time. Apply an ounce
each of spirits of turpentine,' sweet
and .- acqua ammonia, mixed, to the
whole of the throat, and to the
breastbone, every four hours, keep- t
ing flannel to the part."
IHOWES' G EAT LONDON CmIcUs.-- F
What the Memphis Appeal of Sep
tom)er 14th mays of Howes' Great
London Circus :-"Not only the 1
Menagerie but the circus is worthy
the liberal patronage of our people
as it delights, interests, and enter
tains in a manner at once proper and f
elegant. In fact we neither saw i
nor heard anything during the on
tire arenic exhibition that could o.
fond the feelings of the most refined
or modest lady. The clowns, three '
in number, were jolly, rollicking fel
lows, whose wit was as liberal in .
expenditure as it was genial in its t
charactor. The puns were all -clever,
while thoir antics were of the most
comical natu'e imaginable. The i
grand hippodramnatic entrance, con- b
sisting of chariots, elephants, cav- t
aiders, mail-clad knights, graceful
equestriennes, Indians, etc., was of
the most brilliant character. The
genuine Indians constituted an un i
usual feature for a circus, one that
our people will appreciate and re i
cognize as another evidence of the
superior excellence of this show.
The tumbling and gymnastics sur
passed any we have over seen under I
canvass in Memphis, while the vault- i
ing, trained dogs and wild riding
were par excellence. The entire
audience was treated to a rich and
elegant entertainment, rich becauso
of its long and varied programme,
and elegant because of the judicious
taste that everywhere manifests
itself. No wonder that the people
who attended the circus yesterday
and last night were enthused with I
delight and satisfied so thoroughly.
Howvever, it is imp~ossible for pen to
do this circus and menagerie, with
all of its interesting features, glit
tering aplpointmnents, wonders and
instructive characteristics, that jus..
tice we would be so wvell pleased to
give. Suffice to say that it is the
biggest thing that ever came to
Memphis, and is of such a character
as to merit tihe liberal patronage our
p~eople gave yesterday and last
night. Go, and you will see all andl
more than we have written. There
will be an exhibition at one o'clock
this afternoon and to-night. We
commend Hlowes' Great London
Circus and Monagerie to the prless
throughout the South."
Howes' Great London Circus will
exhibit in Winnsboro October 19th.
SHEiuRIFF's TEcR eF OFFIcE.-J~udgeI
Mackey has informed Mr. John W.
Walker Sheriff elect of Chlestor
county that the supreme court has
recently decided that a sheriff elect-- I
ed at ai cpeial eletion holds his
oflice for four years. Mr. Walker's t
term will therefore, continue unt.il
August 1879.- (iester' .Repor'ter.4
Judge Mackey's opinion is based
upon a decision in reference to
the term of office of the clerk of
court. The c'onstitution, Article IV,
Section 27 ; says :"There shall he'r
electedl in each county by the elec..
tors thereof one clerk for the Court
of Common Pleas who shall hold ise
ollice f/r the term oAffur years and
until his successor shall be elected
and qualified." Section 80 of the
same articles declares "The qualified
electors of each county shall elect a 1
sherifi' and a coroner ,for the term of'
f bur years, and until their succes
sors shall be elected and qualifled."
By this it will be seen that the clerk,
tile sheriff and the coroner have the
same tenure ef office, and a decision
affecting the tenure of one is appli
cable to the others, Now, in IV,
Richardson in the case of Wright e.
Charles, it is decided that "tile per
son elected to fill the vacancy [in the
clerks office] does not suceed to tihe '
unexpired portion of the term of his.
predecessor, but bol by a deter
minate tenure prescribed by the,
eonstitution," and also that "wthen
tile organic law fixes the term of
office, it is not in the power of thei
Legislature, by an act, to change
Such being the decision in regard
b the clerk of cou-t, it follows that
ho sheriff also holds his office for
By this decision, Mr. Ruff well
ontinue in office for four Years,
>ing elected for a full term and
tot to fill the vacancy caused by the
esignatton of Sheriff Duvall.
Tuis SUNDAY SCHoOL PIcI.--.
L'hursday morning at 9 o'clock, the
mpils of the Presbyterian Sunday
hool assembled at the Church, and
iftor singing several hymns from
'The Voice of Praise" repaired to
ho Presbyterian woods to enjoy a
?ic-nic. There they were met by
everal of their friends and ac
luaintances from different religious'
lonominations in town, whom they
tad invited to their annual colebra
Very soon three swings were put
ip, and the moving branches of the
roes continually showed how well
ho children enjoyed 'this kind of
musement. There were to be son
oung and old-the former heartily
iving themselves up to every kind
f sport, while the latter were un
iijng in their efforts to make the
ormer have a pleasant day. The
roods rang with laughter and
houts of fmi and play. After
aving passed two or three hours in
winging, jiunping rope etc., Rev.
Ir. Chichester signalled the chil
Lien to assemble and sing At the
ap of the bell, fifty or sixty bright
ices flushed for exercise were seen
i a circle. They opened with
Happy Greetings to all," and then
tcrry voices sang out a cordial
'olcome to all. Then was sung
Hold the Fort" which was listened
u by all present with marked at
ontion. Rev. Mr. Chichester sang
first that the children might learn
His rendering of this famous
ymnn was very fine ; especially in
be chorus did he seem to tell by
is rich and expressive voice the
iartial meaning of a Christian hold
ag out to the end.
After singing a second time, din
Ler was announced. The table was
overed with an abundance of good
hings which were much enjoyed
y the children whose appetites
ad been sharpened by four hours
f vigorous out door exercise. Af
or dinner, the evening was passed
a various kinds of amusements.
ie band was present and added
ich to the pleasure of the Pic-nic.
At 4 o'clock, the children as
ombled again and sang several
ouching pieces ; "Beautiful River,"
One by one we cross the River,"
Angry words" etc.
1Rev. Mr. Chichester' then gave
hanks for the pleasures of the day
nid after the benediction was pro
ounced the scholars and their
riends left for their homes.
Thus passed away a very pleasant
lay which will long be remembered.
AUGUST FLOwE.--The most mis
rable beings in the world are those
n'oroing from Dyspepsia and Liver
More than seventy-five per cent
f the people in the United States
re auflicted with those two diseases
,nd their effect ; such as sour
tomach, sick headache, habitual
ostivenlesA, impure blood, heart
urn, wvater'brash, gnawing and
Iurning pains at the pit of the
tomiach, yellow skin, coated tongue
nd disagreeable taste in the mouth,
omting up of the food after' eating,
iw spirits, &c. Go to the Drug
ltor'e of McMAsTER & ]mitcE and get
, 5 cent bottle, or a samle bottle
or. 10 cents. Tfry it,*
Rt is estiied that of tho numbeor who
uunch their barques oni the stormy sea of
ommetirco, nine out of ten become bank
u pt. Many things conspire to effect this
esult. Prominent among themt is ''living
loand y'ouri mnts," exhiaustiung -your'
inancial strongth. So it is in the physi
al mart, possessed of strength and antici
>ationis of a long life, we launch out in the
tuest of pileasuro
WVe live beyond our means ; undermin
ng our constitutions by extravagance in
ating and drinking ;by disregarding the
atural laws -of health, and crc we arc
ware of it we are.bankrupts in body.
yapepsia ad rheumnatismi, or liver comn
lajint, or shattered nerves, or kidney dis
ase er dropsy exhauts our physical capi
al and we are unable to meet the heavy
rafts uplonl our constitution. But you
nay reosume, Check your extravagance
nd by the aid of'1Tutt's Pills, your brokeni
onstitntion will be restored and the drafts
>t the exchequer of health will never1sbo
Plan tation for Sale.
PFINE Brick House with eight rooms
About two hundlredl aes of landi
fty uinder cultivation and about fity in
roods, bqlance in pine lands. Long Hun,
eost location for store in county. Known
s the Adnam Johnson plac-e. Terrluseay,
Sp 2-x4 -3. K. RAIBD, Agi.
Notice toy Debtor's,
DiIE ntes and acconnis of D). .
O1. A DNEY & CO., is la my haftds for'
ilsolein. Partuies knowing ilhefselves
indebted to the lat" fArniwill save them-.
ielves, tr'oubleand cont by coming forward
and( settling at once.
.) . R.OLADNRYW
The.imViptomis of tdver complaint #%;-art am
the p in is in the shoulder, and is mistak
ed with the loss of appetite and sickness,
tor'atin g with lax. The hea'l is troubled w
.iderable lois of memory, aoco-npaniod4 wit
something wh oh ought to have been done.
and low spirits. Sometimes many of the c
very few oft hem ; but the liver is general
Is warranted not to contain a single
particle of Mercury, or any injurious
mineral substance, but is
containing those Southern roots and Herbs
which an allwiso :'ovidlence ta; placed
in countries where Liver Diseasei most.
prevail. It will cure all diseasoi cnused
tny derangine.,ts of the Liver and Bow
Simmons Liver Regulator, or Medioina.
Is eminently a family medicine, and by
b'ing kept ready for imimediate resort. will
save many an hour ofsnifering and many
a dollar in tiie nnd 41ootors' hills
tfrer over Forty Years trial it is still
receiving the imor-t unqmualitled testi.
monianld nits virtues from persons of th e
highest character and responsihilmty.
Eminent physicians comnimed it as the
for consumpt.i an, Headacho. Pain in the
shonlders. Dszsiness, Sour Stomach, had
taste ii the mouth, billions attacks, Pal.
pitat on of the ileart, Pain in the regions
of the Kidieys, despondency. gloom and
fotebodinmgs of evil, all of which are the
offspring ofa diseased Liver.
For Dysposia or Indigestion.
Armed v.ith this antidote all climates an.l
ohahges of water and food may ho faced
without lear As a Remedy in alalarinus
Fevers, Bowel C umphaints, rtstessness.
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
It is the chebpest, purest and the bost
Family Medicine In the world I
Huy te pnwdersor Prepared Simmons Liver
Regulator unless in our engraved wrap
per wit I Trade mark, stamp and sigur ture
unbroken. None ether is gotsuine.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.
Ilaocn, Ga., nn! Phi!-ledigia.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTa.
Simmons' Liver Regulator.
For all diseases of lime Liver,8Stomach amnd
Spleen. As mm remedy in
Malariomus Fevers, Blowel Comiplainuts,
D~ysjapesa, Mental Diepression liest
lessanessa, Jaundice, Nmausen. Sick
)Icadehe, Cello, Constipra
tiou and Billiousness.
"EctE lN' W5 <g.:a1
ESTABLISH ED OLDEST CR
hieing now prepared fmr t.ihe P IlL~ Tit RAD
merchmants to my lar go and varied satock of
CHIN A, GLAS8, EAR'I
A great nart of it IMiP 'tIisD D[B RECT
always kecp a large stook of
1- lUiN(.H CH INA
My thoroughm knowledge of time bumsinmos
Yeamrs. eunabtes mne to bumy at thme lowemt 1igm:
it hicim time rintiler can realize a hmandsomie
'V 3VM. L..
A N NOUN CEM ENT.
T1IEf14 El? nto e t o my nummerous
friends andl patrons that, In consequence
of increnased facilitiles in may establi hmemnt,
1 ant fprpred to offer greater advantages
to trade titan efer hoforc. A eomplete
line of articles, will be fonmd os hrad at
ceap prices. Mrs. Bong, will seen retmum
from time North witih the neifest styles of
ladles' goods, when she will be prepared
Ioe supply all wants in the maitafa making
and mIllinery departmentsg Tihe ptubli
are requested to eall aud examilne, and
their further patronage Is respectfully so.
J. 0. Beatr.
valoable piece' of town property on
Awhmich is situated a eommnodious
dwelling and outbuildings belonging to
Mrs. J. P. Means. For parttoulr ada
sep 11 0 GAUL jlgD i.AYIS
.o -i noss n t i pt at I ti tide, Sonet i m
en for rheumat lain, 'Ti'to sttitnach is al'eo
bowels in general cotlive, sonetintes a
itlc pain, and dall, heavy sinsations con
It ptinful sensation of having Loft unde
Often complaining of weakness, debility
bove attend the disease and at othir times
y the organ most involved.
"I hevo never seen or tried suob a
simple eillcaclous. sat isfactory and pleas
ant remedy in any lif."-Ul. Ilainds,
Hon. 'Alex. H Stephens.
"I occasionally use, whon.ny oonditlo
requires It, Dr. Simmons' Liver itegula.
tor with good eteoct."-ilon. AleX. ,il
Governor of Alabata'
'Your Regulator hots been in use Itf my
famnily for somie time. and I am pitraunded
it is a valuable addition to the medical
science "--(,v. I. (fill S torter, Ala.
"I have used the Regulator In my fami
ly for the past seventeen years. I can
safely recommend it to the world as the
bei medicine I have ever used for i 11
o'nss of disc-soa it purports to cnre
H. F. Thigpen.
President Oity Bank.
"Simmons' Liver Regulator lins proved
a good and eflicacious r.tedioiue."-C. A.
We have been noqualnted with Dr
Sil mons' Liver Medic ne for more than
twenty years, ad know it to be the best
Liver Regulator olfered to the public."
M. It. Ly.on and II. L. Lyon, Bellefontaint
"I was cured by Simmons' Liver Rogu.
laitor, after having aufferod. several years
with Chills and Fever-" it. 1. Anderson.
"I Have been a dyispetic for years ; be.
gna the Regulator two years ago I it line
noted like a charms in my case. --Ro,. J
"I have given y our medicieo a
thorough trial, and in no case has It failed
to give satisfaction."-Ellen Meacham,
Sheriff Bibb Cout?
"I have used your Regila"or with sac.
eessful effect. in lillious Colic and l)ys
pepsin. It is an excellent remedy and
certainly a public blessing."-C. Master.
son, Bibb County GA,
"My wife and self have used (h4 ltegu.
i. for yeatrs, and testify to its great
virtues "--iev. ). Peldir, Perry Oas
"I I tiuk Sininon" inver HI eniIo r one
of the best mein i' '+ t.i .v r t, it.. ('.r the
Liver. My wife Anl in ,.) ~t hers, hae
used it. with wondotful effect."-E. K.
Sparks, Albany, Ga.
''I have used the Regulntor in my fai.
lv, rtiso in moy regular practice, nhd finto
tour.d It a mo'st valuable anad sntisfactory
edicine, and believe If It, was used by
e piofesasioni It wouli be rf servie in
many cases. I know very much of
tnpotinnt. parts, and' certify Its rnedi.
ual itiles are perfectly harmless."..
iggs, Mi. D Maon, Ga.
O0KERfY l119IJ'll IN CilIKmhESTON
111am La Webb,
L28 MEET'ING STREET.
lE FO't 18 75, I wish to eall the attention of
HENW AIE, LOORING
4, Japunltl War'~e, &c.
lRiOM lEiJROPE. DBesides staple goods, I
AND) CUT OLASS.
nit.aqiredl by an eagerlence of' Twtedt
t'e'. and o mtaequentisy to soil at. prIces o
iig Street, CHIA BLESTON, 8.
Char'lotfe, Ctolumlbla & Aulgusta
00or.U ir a, Decemfret 28, 18774
T ilf llonPsgs engr cheduile
aft ' this date :
Lento Aoguala, fat 9.80) a mn
" ColombIa, 8. 0,, 2 46 a mi
'' Winnsboro, 4.68 y' mi
S Chester, 6.84 r m
ArrIve at Charlotte, N. C. 9.00-j in
Leave Charlotte, N C. at 8.80 a
4 Ohester, 11.2 a ni
" WVinneboro, 28pm
" Columbin, 2.62'pnt
Arrive at Augusta 8 06-p
JAS. ANDERSi~ON, Oen'l tspV.
lea. Passengersna Ticket Agent..
O\NE of the largest stooks of Mfllineo
and l'anoy Goods that h'as ever been
in WVinnsboro has now arrived at D. LInu.
grdal's. The inspection of theladios .Is
invied.-Ourgeneal sookis' fufl in overy
line of goods wIhioh we usutly keep.. We
gaateour.pri'os to bo as low as the
e n2 .
&. Z. ' A. C . .
IMMENSE aTOC1 or
met's Frnshing Goods, Eewni'
atnd Youths' Clothing.
UR AND STOCK OF
EDGINGS, ALL STYLES.
LARGEST STGOK OF LADIES' DELTA IN TOW4
DO'AT F.L TO GO TO
u rUiM & c Ue.
W. F1elien& Co.
Con. CO i nEsA AN WvA8fNGTON rS y.
WINNSBORO, s. 0.
AjL operif(i daily froli arrivals of
choico goods, comprising
Plain and Fancy Dress Fabrics, Alpacaa,
Flannels, Blankets and Jeans. Shirts,
Drawers Ilou iry, Gkoves, White
OOOCs IH lahidktirdliifs,
LAR(2 5700Kd1 OF NE W 1'RINTS,
Colttoit Flannels, Litadogs~ Chot~iota
Sh'eotings and Shirtings.
Magniflcent aiil well assorted
BOOTS AND) SH-OES,
IIA TS, HIA'1TSIfA TS,
All the newest styles fresh.
Comew and See It.
Umbrellas, Sacs de nuits,
. Valises, runks &e.
Choice brands of Chewinig and~
A oomnp'le assortments of Fanoy andi
Heavy Ornoorse, consoiating In part.
of lMaoon-, Lordt. 1ame, Afiaeses, II our.
&o.,. Cann'ed' Gooder PIcktes,. oraokers4
A lot of the- finest LIgners in to~wm,
Corn, Itye, Durbon,. Sherry and Port
Wines, Bt'andle of allkhinde, .
I wsha to' state to my frleendi thia.
have re--,penedisky lar, where they
plyays find a irat eins drink.
A isrge lot of fine Chewing and' tiok~
ng Tobaco a~nd Cigars, low for,-Capl&e
~~ OAN be founad ab. '&owns
Hotel until (etqber the 4lb,
t ake a arket