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PAIRFIELD HERALD
Publish. I Br osd
Dr.
FYZLLIAMS DAY'IS.
One Copy qne year, - $ 3 00
Five 44 o ' .. 12 00
en a 4 u . - 26 60
r 111o 0. sAY8.
iew of tholecture to be delivered at
Pu io Library Hall next Wednesday oven
ing by one of America's most brilliant
poets, John G, Saxe, we take pleasure in
ublishing one of his most pleasant poems.
n7 it recognire thpmsgives
g ' gOpals9q] ,,
God bloss the man who first invented
Skjn .P.nas and so say I,
And in al that Ab. do. 470 keep
His great discovery to himself, nor try
.To make it-as th r1 o Y fellow might
o ono'monopoly , tent right.
Yes bless the , man. who first invented
're Y i'id ti'eitdeibn):
But blast ,the man,. with coursos loud and
deep,
Whatev or the rascal's name, or age, or
tmao A r tit'd, and went' roiaWl ad
vising,
That artificial out off-early rising.
RJiso with the'lark, and with the lark to
bed,
SQbhotved some solemn, sontinental
150 these aro vory'ohedply said;
But, ero you make yourself a fool or
fowl,
Pray just inquire about his rise amil fall,
And ,lethor.'larks litivo any beda at all.
The time for honcat folks to abed
Is in the morning, if I reason right;
And he who cannot keep his precious
head
Upon his pillow till it's fairly light,
Amid so enjoy his forty morning winks,
l#td6Wknavery, or elso-ho drinks!
Thomson, who sung about the "Seasons,"
said
It was a glorious thing to riso in season
But theft he said ite-lyng-in his bed,
At ton o'clock An .-tevery renson
lie wrote so oharmingly. The ldnplo fact is
His preaching wasrn t sanctionedt by his
practico
'Tis dgbtless, .well to be sometimes
M ko
Awak to duty and awake to truth
But when, alas! a nice review we take
Of our best doods and days, we ilnd, in
sooth
The hours that leave the slightest cause to
wed
Are those we passod in childhood or
asleep.
'Tis beautiful to leave the world awhilo
For the soft visions of the gentle night;
And free, at last from mortal care or guile,
To live as only in the angel's sight,
In-sleep's sweet realm so coutly shut in,
Where, at the worst, we only dream of sin.
So let r sioop and give the Maker praise,
I like the laIl who, when his father
thought
To clip his morning nap by hackneyed
phrase,
Of vagrant worm by easily songster
caught,
Cried, "served him rightl it's not at all
surprising;
The worm was puniihed, sir, for early
rising.
The Tax Unions.
The Abbevillo Medium asks what
has become of the tax unions. The
editor thinks that if the organiza
'tion hadl boeen more thorough and
its members more in earnest, great
good would have resulted; whereas
they lhave sunk out of sight, and
have, in a majority of cases, failed
to do anything that was promised.
'We tink'these inquiries and conm
ments thnely'and pertinent. The
kouble with ihe msovernent was that
its loaders looked, only to political
change to give relief ms the matter
of bad administration. Tho true
mission of the tat unions was to
attack abuses by creating a p~ublic
ophilon which would act as a check
l;)p$KOrt'upt, careless and imibecile
offiithi 1f watching every expen
diture; sby exposmig rascality and
bi oghg o ig ohffhaials to i
opinion and in the courts.
With a small body of citizens, do
terminod, vigilant and intelligent, in
eyery court house town, wvho would
devote themselves to attending the
annetings of their lboards of county
commissioners and watching the
business transacted, on-half of the
extravagance and fraud which loads
~theg with debt would be prevented.
In mine cases out of ten these moot
ings areriow held virtually in secret,
In this county it is rare for'any one
to be present except the commis
ponpfa and the clerk. It is the
esame with meetings of the city
6914eiL it is the same with county
obmmiissioners and town- councils
in every part of the state. The
intelligent business men of a cogi
munity will toil and worry many
hours to make the money to pay
thre#, but they will not spare an
hour a month to watch how the
money Is spent.
'Let no one say tihmt such wvatchi
ful~ness would be time wasted.
Thserei no rascality, no stup1idity,
esresness proof against publietty;
Zisall very wvell to convict and
ibnlh g1ereliet officials, but to
provsit their erimecs or errors is far
'9 Th~4az snions~ot.e state iave
nerally ovemlooked these li
sfie gnd hae eoftented tom..
selvhIth edetvoting to orgpnize
votaes sough to overthrow the
to xty, tfolgeting that
Io4enee and cime belon~
.t5 Th'' y re common
all. Given unr~lafned, nace
power, aind SOOner' or later the
extravagance and peculation will
follow.
Notwithstanding misdirected
iaIn, r~nd n too general apathy the
tv .non mnoiement een' of jfnenicu
than a hundred cases of official mis
ooiduct:have been, brouglit to light
,d niilshed' while it is simply nn
00ble to to l boysruch loss has
fnpreventett And although the
political influence of the unions have
been direeted against the republican
party, we believe the result has not
been permanently detrimental to it.
Its majority is large, and cannot be
overeonim uless it sets itself in
noti e opposition to the legithhate
non-partisan objects of a tax union.
If its officials uilty n
brought to juo ie the Fs
stronger by gtt ridiof 'ti V -rI
the party is forced to make better
nominations by the activity of its
foes, then it is benofltod in spite of
itself. The demand of the time is
for a purer and more economical
administration of the laws, and we
are in favor of it, no matter through
what instrumentality it is brought
about.
a ae iasked balls
in = by 'tibof a law of
thetit tat df fiuary, 1845). It
provides that every person who hav
ing his face painted, discolored,
covered or concealed, or being
otherwise disguised in a manner to
prevent him from being identified,
shall appear in any road or public
highway, may be pursured and ar
rested, and not giving a good ac
count of himself be committed as a
vagrant. Every assemblage in pub
lic houses or other placos of persons
disguised as aforesaid is declared to
be unlawful.--The penalty is in
prisonment not exceeding one
year.
Dxauoexns. irejols to Hum
boldt's exploration of the Ural and
Altai he called attention to the
probablo existence of the (lialonids
in those regions, and his expedition
in 1829 was the imnuediato cause of
their discovery.
Flexible itacoluinito is ple11tiful
in Spartanburg County. Wherovor
this rock occurs in the Bra ils, the
Ural and the East Indias, the dia
mond is a steady compainion, and at
some future (lay developments may
lead to a discovery of diamond fields
in our midst. Not more surprising
than the fact that in 1857, pearls of
the size of a No. 4 shot were dis
covered in the shells of tnios (fresh
water muscles) in a stream on the line
of South-western Spairtanbnrg and
Greenville County.- Geological
AStateS u'rvey?/.
"What's the matter, Uncle Jerr ?'
said Mr. - , as olds Jeremiah H.
was passing by, growling most furi
ously. "Matter !" said the old,
lan stopping short. ; "why, here
I've been lugging water all the morn
ing for Dr. C.'s wife to wash with,
and what d'ye 'slpose I got for it ?'"
"Wy I suppose about ten1 cents,"
answered Mr. -- - . "Ten cents !
She told me the doctor would pull a
tooth for me some time."
J. B. Smith, Boston, well-known
colored cat.erer, presented a check at
the bank the other day, and the
teller asked him if lie had any one
to identify him. Mr. Smith, 'aston
ished said :"Youg manli, don'it youl
know me ?" The toleor confessed lhe
did not. "Then," said Mr.* Smith.
''it is evident you have not moved
in thic first circles of society."
Three years ago the first Pro
testant chur~lch was organmiz/ed inl
Japan, with a total of twenty-four
members. Now there are nealrly
five hundred converts in the Em
pire.
"Monny a man," remarks Josh
Billings," "has reached the sunmmit
ov fame, and then lookct downi into
the humble valley hie eum from, and
longed to be back agin."
"Let's play Im an angel, andl take
you up to heaven," was the startlinew
proposition of a York street Miss2
aged three. Her heaven was the
high door step.
There is one Detroit man wvho
doesn't puit On tile gloves any more
for exercise. The doctors are feel
ing the back of his head in hopes to
find his nose.
A handsome youlth being ques
tioned by a rather stylish lady as to
his occup~ation, rep~lied that he was
"an adjuster of movoab~le alphabets."
He was simply a printer.
P. P. TIOALE,
Manufacturer of
DOORSe 8A~IlE, BLIN~~DS, 140Ll1NO, &C
Dealer in
PAINTS. OILS, &O,
sot AOF.T
Si1re n 1re klguiherd. go Ma
OF~leE AND Wn~os
Nos. 20 & 22 Hlayne, & 33 & 25 Pinekney sta,
rACTonVy AND YAniDS.
Ashley itiver, West End lBroad St.,
C~lnvt esto-ai , 0,
r ant o1. 1
A E s 20 e ohromos moe
i i S1: ovalti$;
Chromeo of bJA. d~ sri tlod. Q?4.t u
,9EN $ !0 udf I 1A td dito ma
awarded or! Q ' s1 a Nev otoridl
Di'.esB 130Q illutti 1i'W. *Aldteat }for new
oiro alars,A d Rolnat & Go, $30, Ardh
stro ,t, Phila. *.
IND readIkw, ihotnaiy ipa,
tion, holt'ol n ,n lestnerlm,gdhj
marfil4jb getlde' bliowln hw eiltIer isf
may fascinate and gain tloVe d ego
lio i of any 1 erson they osooe intnt l
40), 1Ie, bpznail &0pt., Hunt Co.,
$10 to $ i00 Wth- o Br
often leads to
A 72
>aebook entitled: "Mlen sours of:
Vall Street," exp0lair Ing ng, sent
free. John Hicklinp &'Co.. Rnnkors and
Brokers, 72 B'dway, Now York.
TH E $50,000 , BONANZA
TO a , invested in Wall St,
5 O often leads to a for4
tune. Full particulars eont fred. Addresgi
Pendleton & Read, 65 W'all areet, New
York.
DA N agents for the
ibnests ellin
prizo packag e
in the world. It contains 15 shoota paper,
I fl envelopes, golden pen, pen holder, pen
oil, patent yard measure, and piece of
Jewelry. ingle package with elegant prize,
postpaid, 25c. Circular free. Brido & Co.,
Broadway, New York.
Explanatory airen
~D1il tar how $10 to $500
SentIL Invested in stock
privileges, has pa d
FO0FOprofstN. Railroad atook,
bonds, and gold bought on margins. In
[erest six per cent allowed on de positsnkub
jectto sight draft. Buokwalter& 0., Bank.
ers and Brokers, No. 10 Wall street, New
York, P 0 Box 4317.
$50 TO $10,000
has been invested in stock privileges and
paid 900 per cent profit. "liow to do it.' a
book on Wall strcnt,.sont free. 'umbridge
& Co., Bunk Ots and Brokers, 2 i'all*treet,
New York..
FO.R. _.
CDU0JIS, COLD, [0ARSENESS
ANDi AlAh 'lillOAT DISE:A.Eta,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
PUT UP oWNY tlLy .di ,''KeS.
A Ti!IlI)D AND SURE R EMEDY.
Sold )y Druggiuts.gencra!l y. and
Joh-,st0,n iloiuoway & Co , Philadelphia
Pa.
AN OUTFIT FREE.
We want seie one in every county to take
,orders and deliver goods for the old origi
nal C. D. D. (louse. Largo cash wages.
Mplend il chance in ever) neighborhood
for the right person of either sex4 3'oung or
old. Sampl.'s, now lists, circulars, terms,
etc.. a cemplete outfit -sent free and post
paid. Sen'l for it tt onee and imake money
at your homes. A dyess, II J 1ill & Co., 6
N Howard street, Baltimore, AId.
110li(EOPA'1'HIC
Itemoved on .eptemler let to the spacious
store at No. 135 West Favette street, where
the proprietor,, will Ibe leased to see their
obt friensi, and patrons. A complete stock
of pure and reliable l'om ioathio Medi.
emued as well a Books for Ph rsicians and
fain dy us, conmstantly kept in stock. orders
per mlail promptly aittentded to. Address
hioericke &'Tafel, I 35 West Fayette street,
lBaltimsore.
BY ANN ELIZA YOUNG,
lBrigham Young's rebellions wife. J.WThe
only comnplceto E~xpoe of all the accrets of
Brigham's harem ever written. Born In
Mormonism, Ann Eliza now exposes to th~e
world, as no other woman can, the secrets.
mysteries and crimes of the horrible astem
of P'olygamy, from the very be ginlg.
Nearly 200 illustrations beautify work.
It is te bestseliling book publinhedi 10,
tI00 more men and women can have em
p lymecnt and make from, $5 to ,*ht0 daily.
All livo agents are writing for illustrated
cireulars with large torms. $ent free. Do
not delay, but address Duatid, (*ilman &
Co., liartford Ut,, Chicago, Ill., or Cincin
nati, Ohio. oct 23-4w
R. W. PHILLIPS,
DEA LER IN
IURNITURE, Parlor Braecets and
Pitro Frames, for desig and
workmanship, unequialled1. itemem
ber my prices are beyond competition for
the same quality of goods.
A NEW 811&l1
of Rustle Window Shades, low Ma price,
durable, convenient, that never get out of
order, and will last longer than any other
Shado. Mattresses, Pictures, liat-Baoks,
Mirrors and Lumber for sale.
RIEPMRIND
Furniture neatly repai-ed at moderate
p rices, Special attention iven to the Un
dertaker's D~epartment. . kep on hand a
full sup~ply of Cases and WVood Coffin.
MY TERM~S ARE STRIICTLY CASH,
sept 28--1y
PECIAL attention called to our fine
L took of hiand-sowedt Dioet and Shooe
which we age .offering at eutremely low
price.
oct80 : MMAsiAk & Bmeg.
AND "TilE CLIyAR.V
TWO first-class, pure bone, ammonlsted
Fortill:.e, for sale by D. JVenningg
A Son. and .J. D. Alken, Agent.
Charleton, 8. C. The highest testime.
'iale can be given. lease send for dir.
enhi-? rept 2--83m
A qill9 *orkA,
TtA& URnti Steam En inea
AnSld .BbiMer A o Itural Enine,
Ciro far Barr Mills, G$ frk a d Plas
ter .ills. bgqhping angors an plloys.
Ro tySD.Q:MU va id~i HEELS.
WK. Erraiqosn. H P nMUND.
' ttn gef& Edmond,
RtrncrwND VA.
| fAdFACTUIER of Portable and
Stationary Rpgities and Boilers of
All kinds, Circular Saw Mills, Grist Mills,
MJli d iarig, Shafting, Pnileys &e.
AMERIoAN TUnSIN WATER wREEL.
Cnbierola's spi4Ial $tetni Pumps
Send for Catalogue.
oct 19!
0. F. WATSON.
Furniture Works and Lumber Mills,
RICUMOND VA.
C OTTAGE Bedsteads. Chamber and
Parlor Furniture. Lounges, Chairs
No. bianufacturer of Walnut and Cheaper
hard woods, no soft pine used. Cottage
Beadateads and cheap Mattrasses laeding
articles,
METROPOLITAN WORKS.
Cdoatl Street from Sixth to Seventh
+ Biou o VA.
1 JE Q, Portable and Stationary,
E Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Dllers, Cas
tings of Brpsa and Iron, Forgings &o.
Agricu~iural Iron Works,
in all its branches done by oxporiencod
hands.
Inlproveul Portable Engines,
for driving cotton gins, threshing ma
chines, separators, grist. mills &o.
A number of second l-and Engines and
Boilers of various patt'rne, in first rate
order, on hand. Repair work solicited
and promptly done.
Oct, Wim. E. TANNER & CO,
H AMBURG Edginga pretty and cheap.
I. N. WITHERS.
OPULARt brands of brown and bleach
ed Shirtings and Sheetings can be
had at the store of
oct 5 I. N. WITHERS.
cOU an buy a good suit of clethes for
a little Money at the cheap store of
oct 5 I. N. WITHERS.
OOD assortment of ladies' Shawls,
T. Boulevard Skirts, Ladies, Gentlemen,
MIissesind Childrons, Stockings for sale by
oct 5 I. N. WITuERS.
I N. WITHEIS'sells the best arri:elo.of
.T Laundry Soap in town for the money
(IHOICE assortment of Gentlemens'
CJ Linen bosom Shirts, Linen and pa
per Collars, Ladies Linen Collars'and
Cuffs at No. 3, bank range.
TAD '8' and Gentlemen's under vests
. ...J all hitaes and qualities oheap for cash.
oct 5 . N. WITHERS.
M4Y Alpacas cannot bo excelled for
.1J.finish, durability and priceu.
oct 5 I. N. WITUERSI.
rfHEargost assortntn of Crsets in
oct 5 I. N. WITHERS.
GENTLEMEN'S Scarfs, Ties and bows
in variety at the abeap store.
Catainoraiand Wool Jeans for Genitle
men' s uits, very cheap for cash at the
store of
oct 6 -.- I. N. WITHCERU.
INE article of Chewin Tobacco ad
Cigar at No. 3 bank range. es
IN WVarn, Crockery Ware, Kie
Forks, Pocket Knives and Notionsi
in variety and sold cheap b
oct 5 I. N. WITHERA.
IF~ you want a good reliable shoo or
Hat, you can be accomcodated nowhere
bettor than at the store of
oot 8 I. N. WITHE.RS,
Fl 1HAT little bill made one, two, three
Lyears ago and promiaed in 30, 00 90,
and 120 days is past due and would be
gratefully received now.
oct 5 I. N. WITHERS.
FANCY
GROCERIES
JUST RECEIVED.
It
Fresh Soda and Boston Brackers.
"Strawberry, Scotch, Jumble and
Cakes.
ALTSO,
Potted Hanva and Tongue, Sardines,
Cheone, Pioklos. Salmon, can Pine ap
ple Poaches 4c., Preserves aind
Jeliles, Worohostershire Sauce,
Tonmato Catsup and
eper Sauce, Italian
ai'oni, North'
orn Apples,
Onions,
Coffees and Teas.
-M.So,
icP1 Agent.
-For Sale,
fine fonr seated carriage, asm good as
now. Apply to ~0 OG
oct 20-'ImJ..BA.
a us AN aI A4 OW a :
#" I.r F eli e & Co.
cOn. CONOREss AND wAsnidToN 8Th.
WINNSBORO, ., C.
ARE opening daily froth arrivals of
choice goods, comprising
Plain and Fanoy Dross Fabrica, Al Pacas,
Flannels, > Iliketfi and Jeans, Shirts,
Drawers, Hosiery, Gloves, White
Goods, Handkerchiefs,
Notions, Ribbons,
and Fancy
Goods.
LARGE STOCK OF NEW PRINTS.
CottonFlannels, Linsev, (heviotg
Sheetings and Shirtinga.
Magnificent and well assorted
STOCK OF
Gents' Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
hATS.HATS,IIATS,
All the newest styles fresh
from
NEW YOIK.
TilE WONDERFUL
COLLAR !
Come and See it.
Umbrellas, Sacs de nuits,
Valise , 'Trunks &c.
Choien brands of Chewing and
Smoking Tul)cco and
CIGA RS.
Sept 30
CI-EESE I
CEE ESE !!
60 ) (7) LBS. N. Y Tiry Choose.
Fresh, good and warranted to give sati.,
faction.
Twenty cents por lh is all Iask for it.
-CALL SOON.
.A.1PO,
A large and compilete stock of of
Bridles
and
at lowest rates for CASH.
U G . Desportes.
oct 14 july 8-(nm
Mc~aster & Briceo
H AVE ow onh (1n a large, and comn
Ilplete stock of goods, consisting in
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing,
Casuimnera, Jeans, Blankets,
and all Domestic
Goods,
Which, we are offering "'at astonishingly
low prices.
Espe)Cial attention called to our stock of
Dress Goods and Shawls,
which we are offering at extremeoly
ilgures.
leached Htomespuni', at 84 104t and an
article 1 yard wide, at I2Nf that
cannot bo
EXCELLED ANYWHERE.
Weo keep on hand, a full line of Ilosiery,
Notions, Gloves and Ladies
Tfies and Ruffs.
We invite the attention of the p~ublic to our
HANDS0ME STOCK,
WThic w gu'arantao to sell as low as can
be boht in "'Cl ibla" or any nliar
kot in thi:/ lp eenntryl- 1
CALICOES AT
og and the "Very Best" at i
A Es
Bulllyihahwid$ !4
.8Acetetjewekl Rat ,Deuar ls,99eraG~v
Stateaend~rl Karl~l; ean~dDuae
o &4
All Wor Ai arranted.
LOWEST PRICEB.
Jend/fb.P>eeList.
L H. HALL & CO,
X,,0, 8,10.tAfarhet Stet.
223,228,'Bastlday
CH ARL.ESTON, S,.
R. W. Phillips,
AG ENT,
WINNSBORO,S.C.
ug 3-3m
JUST' RECE1VEf
Car Load White I'orn.
1 Car Load ]lour-all grades
I Car Load Bolted Meal.
W Hite and Sioked Bacon and
Shoulders.
Rio and Java Coffe--"green
and(. roasted."
New Orleans and Comnon
Syrups.
All grades of SUGAR.
Lard in bhis., hlal.-bls., Kegs
and cans.
Genuinc Durliam Smoking To
bacco.
* BY
D. R. FLENNIK aIN.
npril 10
UhIi tte, olirbin,& Augusta
Rail Road.
Com- t .1 J e Sit. 1
T1II'E llloing P' rn. r Seh le
I. . v be~ run over tis rn. on antl
heoave Augusta, at 8.2-?
Coliubin. 8,.C., 1 0g8
*, Innstboro, 8.80 y .
" Chester, 5.05i y
Arrive at Charlot to, N. 0. '7.32 j n
her.vo Chaorlotfe, N C. at 8.80,,.
'' Chuester, 10 66 a
.. winsborm1-2 2.; p n.
" Col umiin, 2.88 r u'
Arrive At Augusta 8 05 r m
JAS. AN DERt "iN, Genu'l Nipt.
A . PO PE,
..en. Psengor andi Tf eket A gent .
COME ONE C0ME* ALL
And Give 3. 0. Rong a Call
DR Y (1001DS, F ANCY (C00D8 AD MLL!,
NERY BuAZAR
HICH1 has .int been bultand newly
r.Bong wvill give her special attentioun
as herotoforo, to this department, and 'will
i pare no pains ini making it the leading
M illiniery athd Fancy GoodssHotuse in the
up-country. We study to pledsue and give
saitisfactlin. No trouble to shtow goods,
our stockis this departmet will be kept
full and' comnpleto dunring~ the season,' al
Ways receiving noew addlittn. My stook
li other departmernta is full and complete.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Family Gro
cories, Confectioneries, Tohncco, gr,
&c., Also on hand Furniture, Lumber,
Bhimgles, &o- J. 0. BJOAG.
Just Recoive&.
A c .'n-i 019 assorlment of Fahoy antd
lleafy Or eoeries consising ir art
of )$acon, l ard. lIkms, \lnlasFour
&o., Canned Goods, P'ickles, erackets
chueeio &c.
A lot -,f the fitest i,lqu-tre in tiown.
Cpnye ur bon, . ihrry and Port
M ineq, tr.des of all kfhil.
IWlsl i6. 'lhte 16 my frioend filat
have re- .peted my liar. wheretilhey' oan
|alwayeflund a first class drink,
A LSo,
A large I ot of flue Chewing and Smok.
ng Tobaco o and Cgars, low for Cash.
acptb. 20 RI. J. Mvtim.1y,
EDGINGS
THE
La gest Stock in
WINNSBQRO
-AT
LANOEKLI$
O2RIG'S BUITILTN+,
Ask for Hamburg
EDGINGS,
I-I.A.MB'UI- -
~D-IJc-s,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDOIN GSq
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS, HAM
BURG EDGINGS.
oct 23
W. 1. Doty & Co.
3 Doors West of Post Office
-IN--.
T'IESPIAN hALL BUILDINO.
DEALERS IN
FAMILY & PLANATION
P!!D)VISIONS,
GRAIN,
FLOURI,
HAY &c
LUVERY &* SA LE
Where weconstanitly k~eep o
hau111( a fully3 supply ofgood
Horsesz de l~ules,
NAVE TiHE EAIKIST AND BE8T
STOCK( of CROCIHERY In TOWN,
TilE DEST IS THlE CHERAPEST.
Go to them~ and Save Money.
oct 7
or stre~ ault teseg;
ai~tio'b e laT~ateeullweigh l,
LOW F'OR CASh,
C'Tgm~ee "*-' Ay rino.a & O!

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