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zor Orrca Houn.--'.'ho post
oflico will bo open daily (Sundays
excepted) from 8 A. M., to 12 M.
and from 2 to 5 P. M. Itortherni
and Southetrn mail close at 8 P. 1.
precisely. &" Mail delivered on
S-iudays from 8 to 9 A.M.'inly
RAILROA SC1 EUIE.--The trains
on C. C. & A. It. R. now leave
Winnsboro as follows: Going north
12.30 It. in. Going south, 1.35, a in
Acconmiodation day trains : Going
north, 11.33, a. in. Going south,
12.12. These trains meet at \ inns
Notice to 'T'axjriyeis-W. 13.
Thore will be Ia Sunday Sclool
Alass-M eting at the ;Methodist
church on next Sunday afternoon.
Mr. A. McKenzie will accept our
thanks for a late copy of the Gias.
go w W1 ee "/ly 1)a(l.
Rea 1 the notice of the county
auditor, published in another
The N:aneless Base 1a11l Club of
Winns1boro desiro to purchase 1000
copics of the 1..st Chester Reporter.
Governor Chamberlain has ap~'
1" -$p)ointed Capt, J. D). Hogan, of Doko,
trial justico for Fairfield county.
This is a most exrellout appoint
'Thre was ia Republican mass
neoting at the cross roads near
Lh: ice's Shop on Saturday after
- ,001. W1'e are not iiiformed wvhat
tm ;k place.
rT*he Columbia Register coeis to
uts greatly ellgted. We are
pleased to ntoto this evidence' of
increasing prosperity in our worthy
To 1.NJov 1 (GOO) .B.1ru go down to 1
Gilbert's bath rooms only a few
yards below the M. L. Church,
lets. or 15ts. will pay the bill.
See h'.urs advertised. *
''The .lXws andO Courier warns the
people of Souta Ca.irolin t aigainst
a1 muiltipmlicity of newspapers.
Whant says the J/ournal of' Com
Th~le first in dI f the0 Namueless
Ihase .1adi Chub are dilige:ntIly
praIctiig for the coingi maitchl
thait tiero wljl be(. religiouls exeriises
at the,11 Methoxidist Church' to-mio rrow~
(Sulaiy) afternoon(1 atL ( o'clock,
e-m-luet.* by Rt..y. (. Wi. Walker,
wider the auspices of' the Young
Mebn's Christian Associationi.
he ,'outher'n ('ul icator' for
Jmmii is rece:ive 1, The tale of
conteniI.-, na1 aisual, preseC a fino
pul)ishdiI by Wi L. Jones,-( A thens,
'A audvance, pos0tage piaid.
It scomls thant t.he message sent
by th comproller general to Treais
uriier Hurley, of Charleston, instruct
inghimto ecevebills of the Bank
of ~beStt~einpa&ymient oft certain
taixes, had referenme to taxes due1
priOr to Octobher', 1W75. This
IeaLv0s the uwr:~tter just where it was5
sOomfeA wee~ks ego.
The maiit~h gamno of Intse ball be0.
en11he first nines of the Column
jbia. Clnh, and the N .umoless (Clnb, of
phice on thec College greent at half
pL nt thre'e o'clock this afternoon.
jSeats w ill be provided for ladliesO, and
ther wo ~ ill lbe muilsic by the Citizens'
Corntet Band. The staff' oif the
Chue str lIeun-ter are earnestly re
Piested -to b0 p~reisent.
C'anplaintIs are innu le oif the (coul
Sti dly bis'te'ous con' lu et of the
pr)tisoniers inI jaiil. They re fin the~
hai t freoquently of hailing the
p tassers by, and indulging ini re
marksh~ <piltI ont1 of p)!lace. Of courise
the pr'isoners1 should1I 0 be11 sujecte(d to
lit unneiOcessaryl reOstraint, but there
is ailw:ays neoces51sr ai c'erinii degrooC
(If priso ii discilhie, amT that d.'is
N ine str'ike1 als no0w riVcOded atE our1
The mome1i1Irs4 of thle visiting nine
bf the Nameiole'ss Ilasa' 1ll Chub tod
C (hester, on Saturday laist, dlesire,
through us(~, to rotturn their thaunks
to the hIm(ies4 of that puliae for the
* o(urteouis nnd l findly recep~jtion
th.ley r'eeived at their huandls. Th'le
nmie acknowledge themseclves van
q cuishedl, not only by the skilf of
' thir oIJpponents' buht also by the
h~uty and( the smiles of the fair
one0s presentht. T1hie lovely flowers
they br'oughit back with them will
be kept. as uuemienitoes of a mao st,
T' UIIJ(h'dhl viit
Qt:ri:niL Co1 NFEENe.--1e are
requQsted by R1ev. Geo. Williams
Walker, pastor of the Methodiit
hurch, to aninounce that there will
be services at thatchurch as follows:
kliraday, 8.15," p'. in;;F;riday, 11, S
in., aind 8.15;,p. q.;, Siturd y, 11, I
in. Immediately after the sermon
:m Sit tlija~ mniillUIMe Quarter
ly Conference will be hold.. Rlev. E.
J. M1eynardie, D. D., Presiding .lid
Lr, will be present. OntSunday, in
uldition to the regular services.
there will be a Suiday School Mass
Meeting, at half p:ast four o'clock in
the afternoon. The pastor and con
gregation of the 1ethdisvlit ,(jivI -ely
extend a cordial invitation to the
ptublic to attend these religious ex
iises incident to the Qu:rterly
Yoa Ma.; ruI.AN k; oom'ivrrIoN
-Wie are pcesed to see that this
. ood work is progre:ssing in (ohnut
Jia as well as here. ''he l 'nion
/Ierald of M,>nday say4: "The
rooU of the Young Men's Chi-istian
sasociation was crow.le to its it
nost limit at the services held yes
terday (Sunday) noon. So great
was the attendance tha~t mn iy peo
ple lent, 'imable to gain adnUiissiun."
Niaking religion )opular is the erue
ecret of gospel sIcoess. These
youngncn deserve the well-dune of
the community for their zeal a:td
TRANSFERs o RV AI IiT.A TE.---Since
ur last report the following train::
furs of real estate have been re
'orded in the office of the county
Willi:un (ibsop: to An&r 'ew
\Ielonalsl, 109.1 aeres in towvnship
to. 3 : consideration, 00. 9 ,0.
W.' I,. DelPasr, trustee, to Edward
LP. MIobley, 750 aet es, Miore or less,
n townsh ip no. 4 ;consideration,
Thomas L Penyt toi. W. D:.
)ortes and Mary P. Black, 301
terus. moure or less, in townshil) n).
considokr ition. 1G1.
Youxo MENK ItIItisTIAN AssoeIA
rroN.-The first of it, sorieC of speecidIl,
religious services, under the auispi
(eS of the Young Men's Christi:an
Associtit of this place, were blmu
it the Methodist church on Sunday
afternoon. The exercises were col)
lucted by 1Rev. Geo. Willinms
Walker, assisted by Revs. C. E.
Thiceter and T.~ W. Mellichanip.
1li'e tonsis'te-l of tom!g~ing, prayer1
md the re:tdintg of scripture, togethi
er i I w it appr1oprliate aiddresses b~y
serinicesn con tiued for ab Z1out oneO
hour, and wee both imp~lressive and
interes9ting in ebarnecter. VTe Asso.
ein ((ion purposes cont11inning exercises
simiilar to thos 1 ab iove d1escribed'a in
thle seIveral chiurces of Winnsbor'o,
every Sutuday ~ aftroon.
T1HEir Dox'- AnymeitrisE. -"'Colum.
hiat inuit he0 a10 on-horse townl, son 1
ny, and I won'lt hItv n.>iithing to do
wvith it : I'll passi on) to) Augusty."
"WVhat's the0 maiItoter, mister ? Here's
plenity of n~ewspapecrs." "Yes; b)ut I
herec. Hlow amit I to ktow where to
carry the old1 woman anid my two
gals? I hat e been reazding this pa
per all the w y dlown firom Green
ville; I see yoit've got dry goods
l)0ots anmd shIoes, proviionsm atnd
>ther thiings, bult IhIe'K seent whler'e
you've got a ho(tel ini the town."
That's the wvay they talk, a.l they
ctan't be otensuredl for' it. No pcpt
Ev'erybody looiks int the theo paer
to find out where they can geb wbit
they' wimt. So 8:ys3 the Cohunbia
Tn Hirnuooit or Lw--Fj'-oa the 5rk
,mil strutggl e feor riaces, ?.ome1 for plels
Uret, SOmeI far hionor, atnd ct Iters stugglet
lo) regin that gieaitest ofall bI II6.~isin
he althI -anlil in thelir etfforts they ofteni
resort to meatans whichd plaeos0 it farithecr
anod fairthaer out1 of their' reach T1heoy taike
if ie(1)1 compoutuls, wichid sh~ock th'u syns.
I.6.m1, or. violIenitimineitrals wich polison by01 1
diegree' an d thaus the vi tail eni~.'15esa'
wemikenedl aiii the very' funiainjs of Ilife
po~itedci. Naiture pro vaide remod(1is for
ever disease, nn-1~ it is tromo the ve getabhle
koi ngdom ti Ihat 1 nt. Ta arr'sa iavrna 1%.a lde
thcre is thloc hlaopp)' certaii v itt itf they~
do nou gooa I, thaey do) noe hiiirn'. But aof(thi'~r
eiienetty, thionlSiands, w ih o htbee cuireel
of dli- eatse. i le, kidnelys, $pleenJ, stomno~h
atiad boawtls, lIv in- Ioday~ to tetity
Bh.Ls OF' TlE IB.\NHo oF THE S''rE'r.
--The compi)tr'oller' general has sent
the followinig circular' to the county
In1 vieOw of the~ recet dleci2ionls -of
the variousn Circuit Couirta, the fol..
lowing iinstr'uctions are furnished
for the gallIlne.- of :eh Counity
Where's bill of the Bank of the~
State have been tend~eredo for' the
.at~tstaxes of 1875l, you will uspndflc
atll pr'oceedings for collecting the10
same by d istress, . xoceufto. and
tailed ttemen~f~t ofI the amvounts o~f
I axes so lbehi in abefantce,
Where'o b ills oif the Bank of the
State ha~ve benen' tendelredl for county
taxesa, you will allow thdi partids
making nuch todnflei' to withdraw the
samoe athld pamy ini emi rency without
penalty, if they no elect : but if such
Piiamen)t is inot ma~de 60n or before
eced to collect, by sale of the prop
erty, the atnotut HO duo0 for county
taxes, except in cases Whore such
sale is positively enjoined by order
o4f epulpetont Court.
Tuios. C. DUNN,
The comptroller telegraphed to
Tim. Burley, the treasurer of
Charleston coun y 4s.. fgllws:
"Notify tnxpnyer$ that fin > o u1101
5th, you will irec ve bis of the
Bank of the State for past due taxes
without any costs, in c.ses whore
they wvere ci iginally tende:eoJ in
proper tilme. We presume that
siilaIlhr instrucItioiis will c sent to
all colmty tre-tsurers. The Statec
111t.horities exhlibit at on1nendable
degreo of good sense in this action.
Their great mistake has been their
failure to realize the situation
long ago, agd .;hei:tbffi1te tAfright
en or chjob 'tac ttf, pfayerfs into a
CENrENNIAL. CHI ISTIAN iHM!E.
What is a "Centennial Christian
Home" ? Is it a home for it, Cen
tennial Christi;n, or is it it Christian
homt1e at the Ceutenuial ? Those
questions ire suggested by the
receipt of a circular from the
Revarend Edwin I. Long, of
Philadelphia, on which the first thing
that meets the eye is an American
leag, surloulided with the words,
"At the -next Contennial, where
shall wo be ?" Whether the Rover
e'nl Long expects fiom i us n an-:
:iwer to'this inquiry, or whether ho
is possessed of information where
with1 to answer it himself, we are
quite at a loss to determine .But the
circula goes on to state th:it "\any
Christ Ian famnilies, who are nwilling
to open their doors to t promlisen
onls public, have arranged a Ilan by
which they givo-lidmuliisui to Chris
tians and their friends"-a leading
featur of the .phini dottbtless being
tie payment of a liberahl 1u1 uissiol
to the Reverend Long. Prices are
to be very low---ranging from $5.00
to $14.00a a week, or from ,31.00 to
-32.5O per day. It is farther an
loilincl, as a spe 'iail indc111ment,
that, the Reverond Long, who Super
illtends this miiovemnit, has pre.tehed
his "IllStlited Sermons" in more
than ole hundred churches in ]Phil
a:delphia, bit there is 1n0 explanation
of the nmn~iier of ilustrattion, wheth
er by thei gestures anid grimiaes of
the pr1OcIce, b~y the use0 of pictures,
show bills8, a1 m111gi lan tern, or other
wise. Nor is it explatie.1 whether
thei ''Illustrated Sermons" are to be
imfom(,unate overs;ight , as the fear of
beOiing forced to) hea~r thes~e diso urses
m iighit preven t manily from11 aIvai linig
themselves of the Rleverend( Ljon's
ing divine-muiich success,5 anid truist
his commIlissionls are0 (ui to large.
Pa~tuxtni' r rnE IREm Coi.M~Y.
T'he paradzie of the iFairield Fire
En igin Compan~h)11y, announced for
last Fridaty afternoon, did not conme
ofi' exactly as expcctedl. There was
so smaiill a~ tm-niouit that it was
deeldeud to omit the pariado anid
snap11ly pralctise with the atlpparatus.
The engine w.as founld to be in ex..
nlow riking arranlgerlents for the
-purchare of ad1 ditional ho se, whichh
will greatly increase its usefttitesx
in case of ire.-Wh'Iile we (10 not
-parade to a lacka of interest, yet we
si.regret that sma111 llttenldance.
It is O'a~r thait ther ,frequen(ay of
drills and. 1parades, in ahk' org1imia
tion iln whic(h good disciplie is
nleceosjLry, are ntot only limpor taint
I ti1t msenitial,. Ini no body of meon
is there greater nood of systemn,
'ra' ptiss, and1( subhord.t.ui.ion1 to
aulthoIflity, thanil inl at fiedeC
?n'ont; an.1 these can only be attaiin
ini full dress uniiformi Condnel~e great
ly to dlis(iplinle andt espr/it dei corp,,
and though to some11 they mayi~
appear only as5 a fea tutre of "fuiss
and1( feathers" yet th ey are every
wvhere reognizedl 1as ilnispe'nsa) ble:
Alpon1g miili(airy organizations, thiose
are1. muot eflhicienit whose parades
anddrils re ostfrequent, and
the same(hing 1ue istf o10 severali
fie.departmjnts, tlbrouighout the
(811ttry. Ini view oft these facts we
trusit thait thle palrades0 of the Fair
flek? Firo lEaineu Company' will
boroaifter be alwalys fully attenldedl.
A F"rowin TurIAr CIIANIIES I/IT
Cor~ou.-B-lotany is a dlivision of
naitura seenc whlich -treat s of
plattsanda sudyof Vegetable
,iveiology mnust be the. foundation
1fb 1nin knowledge-a study
onlly p)ossible by) the Iimhpoveents
inghei( microscope and in orgaic
chemristriy. Ax pIlnta are hot
seatt.er-ed1li hapbarr over the earth,
botanical geograply must f)0 stuidi
(1d, and(, with tis, phlanthistory.
JBotany may be.tupplied ty t(he, wgatHt
of eveyeday life; as in Agricultmre,
Horticulture, or Medical Botany.
Ainials often exhibit a marvelouis
instinct inl selecting medicinal herbs,
hats often, oven in the presen time
led to most, valriable discoveries
And should man, with his knowl
edge and appliainees, fail to discover
les; than the brute Y It is of Medi
cal Botan W would speak, o' o:
the lHlEPA' INK 'LANT, discovered in
Southern Nibia, the Flower o;
which chahges it color with every
change of the atmosphere. The re
narkable changes and variations o:
this Plant aand Flower have beer
for yenws our special study, result
ing i the discovery of its posses
sion of wonderafil medical proper
ties, the existehee and value o:
which have heretofore been entirelh
mnknown to medicall science. After
much labor and scientific investiga
tion, we h tve suoccedced in extract
ing its peculiar medicinal prilciples
winch are a spuoific and cure for al
diseases of the Liver, Stomach anat f
Bo)wels: a permu:mont eure for
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Spleen.
Constipation, Jaundice, and al
Bilious Complaints. Of course we
cannot send a living Flower of thi
Pant to all who read of Hepatine
but to - all who will Rend their
adidress to MEIREL. & CoUnEN
Philadelphia, Pa., with a three cent
staap for retaun postage, we wil
send FaEE a fao-similo of the Flowei
that will chainge its color just the
sam11e as the real Hepatine Flower.
The Medicine, MERREiLL's H EPA
rTNE, for sale by MCMASTEI & BuaIE
Winnsboro, S. C., will cure al
discases of the Liver.
RATER UNoIIAeloU3s.--Wo tat
the following from the Chester re
"The base ball club of Winmsboro
had ai match game with the club her<
last Saturday : evouing. We didn
hear which whip->ed-would sugges
to base ball players at this bus;
season, the formation of clubs t
use the hoe in cleaning cotton icLls
c(r1i liids and gardens, the pr->
oeeds to be given . to some worth:
object, such asH haying somne oneh t(
IecLure .4'gainst thg base ball na
We cannot perceive the propriet;
of any such sarcastic comments upoi
an innocent and manly sport of th
young mien of the two townF. I
the young menw of the Stat
are to abauldon everything bu
"the hoe in cleau)iiig cotton tield
corn fields and gardens," the sobme
they seek a better country the bet
ter for them. In such an event th
occupation of the I orter and o
all other civilizing agencies woul
be decidedly gone. For ourselve
we consider tlat the young llu
should be encouraged in their mani
spmoats,.such as base ball. It is i
mlany respects very beneficialg mui
has become a favorite sport, nae
only with p~rofessionlahlplaiyers, 3m1
withl college stdet and youin;
meni generally. The suggestion. c
thme Reporer about the hoe seemus t
us about as just anid becoaming a
would be one that the editors of th
paperC aibandon journalism, as beina;
too light work, and go to splitinl;
ramils for the Chester farmers. W
haeaoie thamt anyu "Ihing" at thi
Wiinnsboro visitors is intended:
are .sure our friendls of the lTeporte
are umch too courteous to be gvuilt
of such an off'ence against commnol
eivility, But our contemporary is 01
*the' wrong line. It should encour
age base ball and all other sport
whaich benefit the physical mar
while aflording opportunities for th
interchange of social and friendl
atten tions . We presume the Clom
ter hop will, before vecry long, v'isi
Winnsbloro to contest again wit'
thc clubh he re; and we are sure the
wil) receive a wvarm welcomea. Le
thaem como soon1, anid let thema brin
their haills and bats, takinag sp~cia
care to leave all the haoes behind.
HiymarmwA-uovwEa.--You are askeo
evo ytday trugh the coluans (a
neCwpaapersan b111ly your* drftggis
to useO s'omndhing for Dys)(ppia an<
Liver Coamplaiint that you k(nol
nioth'ng about. You get discouriage
spenldiog money with but lift-]
suiccess. Now to give you sat ia
fac tory proof that GamEEN s A U(1Us
1FwElu will euro ybu of Dyspepsi
aund Liver CJomplauint with aill thei
efl'ts, such as Sour StomllWa, Sic'
fleamdachae, Habi tualh Costiveness
palpitaution of thme Heart, H-earn
burni, Water b~rash1, coming up t
food after catting, low spirits &e
we mask you to go to your D~ruggisti
McM.wrema & BJmes anad get a Sami
ple0 Bott le of GZEE-N's AUomas
FwEn for -10 cents and try it, o
a Regulaar Size for 75 cents. Tw<
(loses will relieve you.*
iEN'rUClY lihie-Orass Sced,
Red- top Grass Seed,.
Hungarian (rass Seed,
Red Clover Seed,
F~or sal. at thA dlfM' store of
FI PEMII supply of Mountain Bit
.1 ti, and a lot of cho'olas
aPi 't ' I.. IPLENNIKEN.
-Jf R. JAui' rLandeecer'will'l'mtvod 'a;rg
oI~f the Mornaing Star Saloon uti
amy returnt frona' tho Cnatennaial It wil
be reamaerud'thatd rall thme lates~t sulmmi
drinaks are~ fuarnjilheud at this wvell knowa
saloona for thae CASfi only.
jnaa 3t 1 ,y (;o1:Ie..
COUNTY AUJDITOR' OFFICE, I
FairfloId Coiiil y
WNxd3otto, May 29, 1h7r31
OTICE is hereby given hnat the Coun
. ty Auditor'eutlivo ill be open for
receiving returnh of the property of
Fairfield County front the lst day of June
to the 20th of kttil, 1876.
Sevtion 10 of Nb tax act requires that
every person re qired by law to list pirop
erty shall annually. between the tirstiy
of uno and the 20th day of July, make
out and deliver to the Auditor of the thiuth
ty in which the property is by la* to be
retuined for taxation, a statement, veri.
tied by his oath, of all the real estate which
his been sol or Itransterred since the last
listment of property for which he was re
S>olnsible, and to wh om; and of the person
al property possessed by him or under his
control on the irst dlay of June of that
year, either its owner, agent, parent, hus
"and, guurdian, exetitor, inilnistrat r,
trustee, rectiver. o1ieer, partner. lieter or
holder, with the vailue thereof on said Ist
dayt) of June. esetimatin-t according to the
Irules prescribaei by law. Against ll Ner
sons who fail to maike their returns withlin
flit tie prescribe.l by ltw, the penalty of
lifty per cent. will attach.
To iacilitate the taxpayers in tning
their returns for the tiscal year Of 187
assessors will attend at the following
ltilgeuway, June 23d and 2lth.
Doko, ,June 26th.
jlurhama's, Jlile 28th.
Glalden's Grove. Juno 30,th.
Iloreb, July 3d and 4th.
Feastervill., Jil 7th tnal 8th.
The Auditor's eoliee beipg open l-on .J'iung
I tt to July 20th, 1871, atter it hieh dit ai
penalty of 50 per cent. will attach oi lil
property not lintetl.
june 1 tf. tudit. F. '
R. W.Pill LLIPS
jUitNITUiIlE, Parlor Brackets qindt
Pittre F rntues. for design aindi '
t workmanship, lil aj lul1led. ienw iih
her my priceis tire le yttnd competition for
the smtne ,iality of goodes.
A NEW SIPPLY
of Rustie Window Shades. low in lice
du ralt', convenient, tiit never get ont of a
-" order, and will last longer than any other
Shade. Mattresse's, Pietures, lit-Racks,
Mirrprorattd Lumber for sile.
I. furniturt neatly repaired at utotlerato
prices. Special attention given to the Unii
delrtaker's 1)ejpaurtment. I keep tan handt a
lull supply of('ases ant Wtoud Colins.,
V . MS T R R~ilS AR E STIi ' ts J 181.
~W. R. Doty & Con.
1 P R 0 P R iETO RS
10 ' e cta ll i illly kc ,0p Oh
hInl~ i afullly sullJ y orIgeooti
-Hor'scs de EIulos,
-- neOil, I aut&r Ol,nst reJ, d atI
.)NE fkarrei Oil I:nown as RI'sidmia1)
ifrcoating~ wlod fo p resety
it, c.' het l jiding; or more particufla
r Rill , odido of Potnsh,
and for salo at the Drug Stao of
IRR IVA L S.
\icn C'assimero mitis, fanucy (nassmt-c
afnts, Whit, Marseilles and lin duck
e'ts, (anzue anil LiIo thread uridera
'albul to our ready-niado unlautidred
4hirts, ' arranted to be uuanufnctured of
eshw York Mills miusin and best, linen- "
heaeist shirts in tho market.
WE HAVE ALSQ
)penod a freph stuck of Lodia' milk ties1
a3e eru ties, neck ruinga, embroid
WE ARE DAILY
iaking additions to our stock of dry
oods. notions, shoes, huts and hardware,
rhiich we will sell as cheap as cab 11o
McMASTER & ERIBICE.
Beaty, Bro. & Sot,
1 0;000 yds, Stnjdard homesi
tie aiil 1driied I%:ggiiig;
WVedge ' Tiu
1 00 lbs. bailing Twiei
.50 kegs Nails; ausdrted;
4 dlozen Axes:
A lot of Wooden Ware, Shoes
and ai general awort
AT BOTTUMV FIGURES
TH E F~AM1ILY VJSIORl. -
?LAl!IFE sei-nitohfthuif Liite'rary and
>f thi ibmestx MikalloIIusCii matter, f'n
ll inoriginal Merial Stories by theo
betJt writers; HIistorical anid IRiographaiedl
8ketche,is w ritteni explressIly for itj
.solumnsll,; Ai ricultural snatter fromn prac
tial penis; h~abbath and (lhild ras R4 a
tig. by3 comipetenit writers; Humiborody
Itendinig anud excerpts tromz theo titrent
literaturi of the day. NI)' adetsedn'
hr muatieor of tit her a local or- a pol itical
abasracuter. Neatly prinated on finn white
papr..Radiflg tick ansd fresh, adapitdd'
try.l taites and~ all sections~ of the coun
T -nu. ! inglo subscriptiona $1 50 pci'.
ndin,.a iIsavance in ci but of Aive or
inore, $1 :'5o per (Ar, anid - valuiableI
Premsiium, worth ro $'.00 fo *1500,l
riepending upon the number 6V isubsicri
bers. to thrimknsler of the club.- Brdi men'
riejss anid fillI particulars of di'tr liberal
,, nisto agtents and oldminkers iseiW ofs
Fine Donmestic Wino.
TUS8T recoivedJ a lot of fino 23'. I. WI>E
J from the celebraited Vineyarri, at
zlu'J 'R . Jc' AJR L Ev'
KF,,Iclaster & Col
dtTLi) talit ilt~ allotitlon of 4id
p ublic to their comiplete Stock of
uluig wid fSuwrter cJUdi,,
Ant itoceivbd 6 piccee COntdihitial lStrijpdt
124 pet yard,
"' A fill line of Charlottesville
'' New Prints of till the latest
" ' ilack triped uutd Plaid
tireuadihos and Poplifle.
Otr~tidics acdiwil Dinsue
*aiu stub imitation T'uck foi vinr1fr,
Chuuked anid flttjtilfcd Nnalhsobk. AbfI
Finished CA fibrics, Victoria td
Dims Ip Lawns, a lot of
which We are offering low
for the CSNIa.
Our Stock of Clothing in use ddplet. yd
ny in townI
liogbhal Cdat~s mud Feats;
lbothi in Frock hnd Sack Costs&a
d 'RA w and 1 JII HT~S, BOON
'nne anti pee ums before purchasinig else:
there AN iuo tehu ana~kt it t. 3litir advali:
age its buy from lis.
iiy J: 11. McMIASTl':iR & 00.