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1WAI IAD OA) tuEDUIi:.--The follow
ing are the hout at which the trains
-on the C. C. and A. It. Rt. pass
Por Charlotte, 1.-10, A. Mr.
1For Augusta, 2.33, A. A.
For Augusqt, 10.25, A. hr.
For Charlotte, 11.33, A. 51.
Law Card-A. M. Mackey.
Just Received- F. W. labenicht.
WitMishoro Chapter-W. N. Chand
To the School Trustees of Fair
Notice to Taxpavers-JaInes Q.
Davis, Special Agont.
'hIo'grialnd jury of Fairkliid,
'0composed of twelve whito and six
colored citizens, "recommend unani
mously that the citizens of Fairfield
4ounty sh:1ll promptly Pay the
A CItnonT.xN's Oxrox.-Hlaving
had an opportunity to test the ex
cOllent quialities of Dr. Bull's Cough
'Syrup, I hesitato not to say, it is the
best ihmmody I have ever uised in my
family.-R.- Win, H. C'hapman,
Pa AL> -.Ks Church, Georgetoi-n.,
.D. U. *
On Monday, about noon, the resi
'deuce of Mr. Patrick Hast.ings seven
miles fromi Winnsboro caught on
fire and was entirely consumeds
Mrs. Hastings was in the front
yard, and hearing a roaring went
to the re r' of the house, when she
discovered the flames, breaking
through the roof, Only about one
fourth of the furniture was saved,
This is a serions loss.
O -'Monday night MAack Me
D.miel a colored local preacher
w u-imet about seven miles from
Winnirboro on the Wateree road by
1nry Wallacn, also colored. An
i ltereation cni.ued, and the parties
grap)led. Wallace beat McDaniel
whli a club and then knocked himl
into a deep ditch, inflicting injuries
from which McDaniel died Tuiesdlay
morning. A. warrant for the arrost
iof Wallace was issued by Justice
.lobertsm. and Justice Harvey lefl
. Winnsboro on Tunesday to 1hold an
i1g.1c Fll partienlars have not
.., ~'~ enoved. It is nlot knowvn
'''fi her Wtalla'co wa the aggressor
-or wh sh~Je acted in self-defence.
S CoL -4OF TAXES.-Special
Agoent, Jani.9 Q-. Davis opened, his
book ori~4atnrday last for tihe col.
etion of the t~im per cent. contribu
tion called for by the Constitutional
House. Hius office is in the room .in
rear of M-. A. .P. Miller's store near
the p)ost-oftico. Among the first to
p~ay was M~atil-1a Rosborough, a
worthy and well known colored
woman, who camne to contribute her
mite to the lawful government of
the State. A nlumber of colored
'me-n also paid on Saturday. Sena
tor T. J. Robertson, through his
agecnt, also paid his quota. The
amount collected up to four o'clock
on Tuesday was $640.13. It will
b)e seen by reference to an adver
tisemnt published elisewhere, that
.Mr. Davis will visit dilterent points
in the county, thus saving taixpayers
the trouble of coining to Winnsboro.
The Circuit Cour b.
T~he following is a synops is of tihe
'business disposed of at the recent
ter'm of the circuit court, in addition
to that mneniioned in the last issue
of Tnxs NEWS AND HNIaALD
State vs. Juno 'lerdll and Samuel
Terrill, indicted for gr'and iareeny
Gaillard & Reynioldhs for defendant.
Samuel Terrill. Ver'dict-=-as to
SamnuelTerill, Kot githy ; as t~o
-June Terrill, Guilty, with a
recommendation to the nMercy of the
State 'vs. ~Thomats A. cll, in
dicted for assault with tt 'acadly
weapon-nolle pr'oserpts wantered by
the Solicitor, at 'the reofist of tbo
State vs. Emnanue' lEdrington,
William Sto, Jo'fferso'n Stone,
Samuel Stone, Bfart '$ims, BSamuei
Mabry, Heinry D~avis, Belto- Tobias,
i Ivy Suiber', inictedl for bnrglary
and grand larceny-A. M. Mackey
for defendants. Verdict--Not guilty.
* The defenda.n-ts 'in this cas'e iwere
'charged with -entering and robbing
the store -of Mr. Win. MchO. Bla'ir,
at Strother, iti this county. Trhe
case had attracted considerable at
tention, and its trial was attended
by an unusually large hiuinber of
- State vs. John ii. Oateart, in
dioted for ditrbi &a setng con
vened for religios Wvorsgii-Saml.
W. Molton fo-r di6idrt. Vordict
Stato vs. Soldon M. Sinar, John
W. Siart and Albert Smart in
dicfed for conspiracy to mnrder,
and assault with intent to kll
Gaillard & Reynolds for dofendait,
It. Means Davis and Henry N. Obear
of comnsel. Verdict- Not gitilty.
This case was brought by Warren
11. Marsiall, and the circunistanees
attending it have already been
alluded to in THE NEWS AND HERALD.
There was a personal diiculty be
tween Mr. S. M. Smart and lir.
Marshall, and the sonn of tho for
mer, intending to resent the injury
done to their father, Went to Mar.
shall for sattisfaction. On his refusal
to aceord any, they went to a grove
near Ridgeway for the purposO of
meeting him. He turned off in one
direction, and the two boys in
another. In thns going one of the
latter shot his pistel in the air.
The verdict of the jury ehows the
real merits of the case. His Honor
the presiding judge made the fol
lowing entry on tho dockt with
roference to this cage : "The
charge in this case was not in any
degree sustained by the proof.
The evidenceo conveys the impres,
sion that the prosecuting witXnss
was tio' unhappy vietia 'of a more
State vs. Sampson Harris, in
dicted for resisting an officer in the
discharge of duty-James G. Mc
Cants for defendant. Verdict Not
guilty. The defendant in thi case
had resisted Mr. J. W. Mcreight,
who was sent by the sheiiff to levy
upon certain agricultural produce in
the possession of the accuaed. The
authority of Mr. McCroight con
sisted in the endorsement upon
the warrant the following words :
"I hereby constitute and appoint
J. W. McCreight my special deputy
to execute the within warint. S.
W. Ruff, S. F. 0." The defence
made the point that McCreight was
not a legal doputy, and the court,
sustaining the position, instructed
the jury to acquit the defendant.
The poinit thus established is that
deputies must be appointed by the
sheriff and be approved by the'
court, first taking taking the proper
State vs. Robert Harris, indicted
for burglary and larceny-I. A.
Gaillard and A, M. Mackey for
At the close of the trials, his
Honor panned the following sen
tences upon the prisoners convicted
Iduring the term:
Wyatt Goings, grand larceny
nine months at hard labor in the
Glenn Davis, grand larcery
nine months at hard labor in the
David Gordon, assault and battery
with a deadly w ealpon-$25 fine and
costs, or three months in the comity
June Terrill, grand larceny
three months at hard labor in the
Berry Davis and Frank Stark,
grand larceny-nine months each at
hardlabor in the penitentiary.
Robert Harris, burglary and
larceny-one year et hard labor in
The court adjourned at 120o'clock,
p. mn.1 on Saturday.
The following is the presentment
of the grand jury for the term of
court just ended:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,~')
County of Fairfield,f
T'o his Hlonor' i T. J. ackey, 1're
.The grand jury make the follow
We have visited the jail and find
it in good condition, well kept and
secure, the prisoners well treated
and provided with suitable bedding
anid food, We found twenty-six
pr isoners in jail, all colored.
We find there are thirty-one in..
mates of the Poor House, twenty
six white and fivo colored; that they
are well fed, well clothed and well
treated. The kitchen of the Poor
House is out of repairs, but the
County Co'n~misioners propose
repairing it as soog athe ae r
collected. a ae r
.We have examihed the offices of
the Clerk of the Court, the Sheriff,
the Judge of Probate, County Comn
missiones a'nd Jehoot Comml~i5
sioner, and find that their books are
neatly and orderly kept.
We have exammned Ahje books of
tAi Cou~ty Treitsfrei',-and fhikthat
at the end of .the fiscal year 1875
theit wa# left over from last year a
fund five hundred axnd , forty-seven
dollars and 18 conts, (#541.18.) The
county at present is .out of debt
and there is a balance cf one hnuis
dred ($100) aoliars to the county N
credit over and above all audited
The term of offie. of Samuel .I~
Clowney, Cledc of the Court, expko4
on the 1 5thDgcembgr? 187 tht
]ecember, 1876 ; that of J. R. Har
voy, County Commissioner, expired
on the 7th Decomber, 1876 ; that of
Carter Boaty, County'Commissioner
expired on the 23rd Decomber, 1876
that of Silas -W Ruff, sheriff, oxpire
on the 6th Octobier, 1879. The
term of office of T. R. Robertson,
Trial Justice, oxpires on 1st Fob
rurary, 1877 ; that of James Aiken
on the 5th February, 1877 ; and
that of James R. Harvey on the
6th November, 1878. We theroforo
recommend that Trial Justices be
appointed by his Excellency Gover
nor Wade Hampton to fill the
vacancies that wilt shortly occur.
We find that John M. Martin, 1. B.
Smith and C. W. Cummings have
received commissioni from ex
Governor Daniel H. Chamberlain.
None of these have, however, on,
doavored to exerciso the duties of
their oflies. We find thlt the
School Commissioner and the Judge
of Probate are tho only officors
elected at the last general election
that have qualifiod within the tinmo
prescribed by. law. The bonds t f
these two oflicors are in our opinion
good and suffieient, and are on file
in the County Commissioners' office
and recorded in the ClerC's oflice.
We find that the county is without
a Coroner, and therefore recommend
that one of the Trial Justices be
designated by hum lxcellency Gover
nor Wade Hampton to act as
Coronier until the Legislature shall
order an election to fill the vacancy,
Wo find the cost of each inmato of
the Poor House to the county foi: the
fiscal year ending 31st October,
1876, was twenty cents per diem.
The crossings on the C. G. & A.
Railroad have been reported tous as
being in a bad wfay, and wo condemn
the practio of the Railroad in
leaving their dump] cars at the
crossings of the Railroad.
The roads and bridges wore hI
extra good condition up to the
recent rains, except a dangerous
hole about ten feet wide and ten feet
deep immediately on the west side
of Bell's Bridge in the public road.
We would respectfully U recoi
mend that the jury certificates and
witless certificates be Trceived for
We recommnd unanimously that
the citizens o, ia - Id county shall
promptly pay the Hampton contri
The gr and jury, having carefully
examined many witnesses from both
political parties and of both races,
fail to discover any truth in the
allegation sbt forth in variou
papers and otherwise, to wit: "That
a reign of terror existea ib and about
Ridgeway or within the limits of
Fairfield county at any time pro
vious to, during, or subsequent to
the late election." Notwithstands
ing the heated car vass and general
suspicion of both parties, their
leaders were diligent in their efforts
to preserve the peace and order of
our Commonwealth, and, to their
credit be0 it said, their efforts were
crowned Wvith a happy success. The
witnesses examined unanimously
concur in tlie opinion that our elee.
tion wvas a fair one. We have failed
to hear of any instance of violence
to voters from either side.
Touching the matter of the non,
spiracy charg~ed by Warren R. Mar
shall, the grand jury have examined
many witnesses and thoroughly con
sidered the subject, and find that
Warren R. Marshall as a Trial Jus
tice had a case before him, in which
Soldon M. Smart was a party ; that
out of thin case a quarrel arose,
followed by a p~ersonal reoncountre
in which idr. Smart Was Worstedh
that pending the difficulty, Nicholas
P. Myers' agency was merely that of
a peaco knaker ; that the quarrel Was
naturally espoused by the two young
een~s of Mrs Smart, wvho, however,
inflicted no injuy upon Mr. Mar
shall. Thle grand jury have with
great reluctance come to the con
cltsion that Mr. Marshall, at that
time a candidate for nomination for
office, endeavored to make political
capital out of this merely personal
difficulty; that his alarm was feigned,
that lhe was well assured1 of p~rotec=
tion by those able and willing to
defend him ; that ho endeavored to
make it app~ear that he wvasin danger
on account of his political opinions,
and thereby to procure his nomina
tion ; that the testimony showing
that Mr. Marshall is intelligent and
not knowvn ever to have been insane,
forces the foregoing conclusion upon
the minds of the jurors ; that the
physician who attended Mrs. Mar
shall in her last illness testified that
her death was not caused by alarm
for the safety of her husband, but
from the effects of typhoid pneumo
S. Ri. JOHNSON,
Winnsiboro Chapter No. 2,
RL. A.-. M.-.
A regular convocation of this
?Ohipter will be held on Monday,
February fth, at 76 o'clock, p. mu.
Companions will please comes proparedi
to pay cdues.
WMi. N. CHANDLERI,
jan 31 ' .Seeretary.
Tlo the !School Trustees of I air'
iUEEare no fppds at present avalla=
. Sbe o eho'ol ny~pebs in Fairfteld
County. Nor can ft be aseertained wthen
there will be. Au the deficiencies which
have yearly accruedI in unpaid oertificates
have abae allyt Affabhe welfare of the
educationmal system, we have decided
after mnature deliberation mnot to
add to this ombarrassnment. It thjelefore
becomes ogm duty ieluotoni~ to .notify
,yo to . ooe t publio sco ols wlich
have beop., open~ed, until you~ receive
furtheri notIye fromi us. Wep recommnend
the, esta'blishmeznt ofpay soheois 'wherever
Pactiaber-So. seoon as any'fu da are
r. fg.49uho use .t the schQOs they
A LL persons are hereby notifled not
to nsh, hniit, onter,upon cut timber
or in anly way trespass on the innds r.f
the undersigned, on pain of prosecution.
I also request all pirties indebted to
myself or to Richard J ones, to mikako im
mediato settlement. All parties holding
claims against eitheK -rill present them
jan 31-4t JAMES JONES.
Notice to Taxpayers.
I will visit the follow ing-1 nimed places,
at the times specified, to receive the
Wininboro. until February 6.
Feastervillo, 1 7.
M1or:ticello, " 8.
'JeikinlsviIlo, ' 9.
Horcb, " 10.
Durhau's (Boulware's Storo,) v " 12
GladdnV iGrovo, ' 13.
Woodwardt% . 14.
White Oak-, " 15.
Doko, t 16.
Winnsboro, till February, 25.
%ai lJAMES Q. DAVIS,
Janl ap-x2t2 gpeial Agent.
JUST REUEIVE 10.
A Cask of the Celebrated PILSENEli
BEER bottled at the Kaiser Brewery F
at lremen. For sale at $2.75 per dozen.
A casRl kf fins Pd e Sherry Wine, for
table use, at $3.00 periallou,
F. W. HAbenicht, Proprittor.
T-. vt C az-ci a'
THOS. R. ROBERTSON,
Attorney at Law
AND TRIAL JUSTICE.
.$- All business entrusted to him M
either capacity will receive )roh~l)t atten
Office on Washington street, one door
east of Winnsboro Hotel.
I[. A 0 AtIhAV.b. JNO. S. RiEiNoi.ns.
GAILLARD & REYNOLDS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NO. 3 ,A W RANGR.
A. M. MACKEY,
AWr'nby nd CouVeellr at Law,
.No. 1, LAW RANO1E,
Winniboro, A. C.
%ift Special attention paid to the speedy
col lection of claims, Will practice Jin nh
of the cou rts of this'Stte and the United
* ~ WILL BE~
R OEIVE 2D
D AN N EN BE RG'S
OALL AND SEIE THEK~
$3,950.40 worth of space in vatious
newspapers distributed through thirt
States will be sold for $700 cash. Aeocut
Insertions guaranteed, A list ofe
papers, giving dlaily and weekly oirenja
tion and printed schedule of rates, dent
fe-nplication to OEO. P. ROWE~LL
& 0,Newspaper Advertising Agente,
No. 41 4fark Uow, New York.
Subscribe fot- Tau Naws AN~D HER.
LrW, and be sure to have the red
THE 4" P'llW1N IX,
l'U1lJ18IIHD IN COL.UMJITA. IS
'1'ho ceapest Daily Paper
&LL THE NEWS
Of the bay teoidouse
iubscription, $9 60-6 - Months
.-t Pronounced tho ti4 be 3cdatic
Daily at the Capital. Addicss
JULLAN A 8ELIY, MA1Agu
Boot and Sho Manufcturer,
WINNIBORO, 8. C.
TE undersigned re
apectfully ann11ounlces to the
citizens (if Fairfield that he
0I& 0 has removed his Boot and
sloe Manufaetory to ono door below Mr.
J. Muller". I a prepared to manliaciteturo
il styles of vor k in a lbstantial and
vorkinanlike mnnuer, out of the very best
uitterials, aid at prices fully as low as tli
isune goods ci ho manufactured for at the
orthi or elsowhere. I keep constantly on
imnd, ;a good iStock of Solo and Upjper
.enthor, Shoe Findings &c., which will be
old at reawonale prices. Repairing
,romptly i.tt'nded to. Teras strictly Cash.
//0 hiod Hide& bought.
oct 12 J. CLENDINING.
IF. MoMastor & Co.
IW GOODS ! NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVl )
Jonsisting of all the Latost
)UR STOCK 01F qOTIING IS
AS COMPhETI AS ANY
PRtINTS PRINTS PRINTS
6*ctas. 8)Acts. 10cts.
BLANKE1TSu SHAWLS and LAP
ROBE4S AT THE LOWEST
We would call special attention to
oltr completo stock of Ready-made
Shirts made to o R r and a fit
SHOES, 8HOES, SHOES,
BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS1
Pegged, Cable, and lahdssewed.
Ladies Slots of the best make, an1d
EVERr PAIM WARRANTED.
GIVE US A OALL BEFORF
PURCHASING E SEWHERE
AND WE GUARANTEI
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
W1105 Me indebted to us for PRUOVIS.
IONe or PHtOSPHATES, we would respect
fully call attention, that your bills are dnt
on or before the flhut of November. Wc
are dopoh1dibg on you for payment A'I
ONCE, to enable us to meet obligations
made to assist you, and which are duo al
In order for us, as well as y~su, to mhin'
*,ain out orodit, it is necessary to meet our
Beaty, Deaod Bon,
Ettengor & Edmond,
SAN PFAOTUUtt118 of Portable and
. 4tiendty Engines and B~oilete of
bilI uds; Ohrcular Saw Mille, (Irleb Mill.,
Mill Gearing, lihafting, Pulleys ko,
0Ca1!r's 8[pelgito# ERAJMs
Send fbr CA1gue
Pubiishers an1 Printeis
Can buy direct of the Manufacturer o
"Tun ANsoN IIAnIY CU-rriMo MACHINES
are the bi-s.t. l c!heapest low priedl
innechilto naade, Itnd have a na1tiorndti repui
tatiott tihr utility atd durability."--che
Tu: A NHoN HA'Y PA1'PEn CUTT:n is b3'
far the best machine which can bq ob
tained for a less price than one hun'irccl
A91lar,. It is of great strength. These
huachines have always taken the highest
stand. It is the only machine to which
is applied tho PAtent Slovablo Cutting
Board. This devieo hm a reputation ot
itself: by it, the cutting board can be in
stntly and accurately Ulovol, so that a
perfect cut i insured. 'lhiN is a very inu
portant point in the machine, and one
that is lit~semed by no other. . It greatly
rodudes th labor of preparatioh in work
iu the paper backward ild lorward.
We canhot too tti'longly 'c:riiiteond the
advaiitagos of this. pateit mnovablo board.
It is worth the pro 'f this itchine, and
purchasers should fully uitl1erstand how
highly it is to be val ne'd.1"e PI, Rowell
(b *>.'s VeRaper Jpoift and Printer's
Tr. LATm:s- IonilOVED JIAY CAU1) CUT
T iW pronounced the inost dlesirable
Card Cutter in the market, for the general
uses of a printing oflice.
1he Wel known1 RUC.(iLEs CARD CUrar,
with iny intest inprovetuents, is still pre
ferred hy nanny printer4, anl holds its
favoritisin over other ianchinies.
None genuino bitt those having my full
address lettered in the catinig.
.AI- Newspapers in waut of advertising
front first parties should send for my
- F. A. I A IDY,
I w'ill buy of those that buy ofinO.
Si ICe IIAMPTON 1, Oovernor
of the W hol People,
BARGAINS, UARGAINS, FOR
ALL Air TTHRPE
DRY GOODS, FA-NCi C0ODS
SN bress Goods. Calicoes, Bleached
Iaind Unbleached Muslins, Shawls,
Furs, Cloaks, Boulevard Skirts, Cor.
ets4, Millinery Goods, Flowers,
Blankets, Pants Goods, Checked
Honiespns, Boots ami Shoes
-of all kinds, Men's HaU
JUST OPENED FOR HOLIDAYS
A lot of Fancy Goods, suitable for
Prosh Fm61ily Groeries, 'Cheeso,
Macaroni, Soap, Candles, Starch,
French and Plain Cahldies, Cocoa
nuts, Oranges, Northern Applos,
Silgar and Soda Crackers, Lemons,
Cahudt Gioods, Fire Crnekers, Privse
Can~dy, Irish 1ntato'os foi- eating
ll1prpose, Tobacco,Cigars, Mackorl
&c., &c.,--all of which ivill be sold
as low as the lowest..
Agent for Buntteick's reliable
Paper Patterns-a supply of latost
styles for Ladies and Children, just
dcc 21 J. 0. B3OAG'S.
hAVING taken cha'rg'e of the~ (ro
cory store tormuerly occupied by RI.
L. Danhenr I desire to informi
the public that I keep constantly on
hand a fresh and choice stock of
N. LEVIN, Jr.
Wihnsbor6; . C., ~ec. 14ths 1876.
.Winhsbo, o H otel,
c HN tihdersigned takes pleasuto in
informing his friends and the public
that he has removed to that large and
commnodious Brick Hotel, located ini the
contre of businests, whereo he Is prepared
to accotniddate themn with clean and
well turnished rooms, and a table sup
plied with the best that the market
He lintends t$i deservb and hopes to
receive the p)ublio patronage.
M. L. BROWS,
January, 8, 1877.--tf Propridtor.
To Our Paion.
T I!E undersigned desir4 *4 remmna
their old friends and customers and
the public generally that they ar'e still to
be found at tlolr, old stand with a full
Stock of Plantation Ihad Family Groceries,
Boots, Shoes and Domestic Dry .Goodi &o.
All of whieh they are offering at piie. in
keeping wijh the hard tirtes ptnd scarcity
of money. Give us a call an4 beoconvine
of what we say,
N. i.-1fhose poens itdebted to us arn
hereby notified tocoine forward and mske
payment at once, or they will aind thtii
account. in the hands of an omoer for
oolletourt W. neod ur anoney smy nus
h ae it.
Mt. Zion Institute.
TLE patrdnage of the citizen's
of I'irfl is earnestly solicite<
for this time honored Sclido-.
TI nM', PAYABLE ONE HALF QUAnTEnIMr *
lstGralde per Quarter of 10 Nweeks, $5 0.
2nd " " " " " " $12 00
Primary ' " $10 (0
A few pupil will be received as boardeiS
in tho farnily of the Principal, on reasona
W. M. DWIGHT,
jan tri i
STATE OF SOUTH (CAROtlNX
Cotiker oir FAXIa'ZELi.
rhos. Neclv, administrator of Estate 9't
Ann Wailing, Deceased, vs. Elizibeth
Walling. Jno. Walling and others.
T N obedience to an order froil 'lie
.1 Court of Probate, made int the above
stated case, I will offer for tiale on thp
first. M6o1day in February next. before thb
Court 11uso door in Wmnsboro, 8. C.,
the tract of land belonging to the estate 'f
Ain Wa leig,. ece' ed, contgining seen
ty-folir aqs.es, mnore or Iss. ijud bounded
by'lAidA of %Irs. Martha Mliok, estate oT
Philip WnIling M-hd others. .
T.um Ms OFsl olVg,f enph, on day of
sile, biualae ill b'de and two -'years there.
after, equal instalnefity secfre# by Bona
and Mortgago with int regt frop
day of sale. Purcheses k) -pay fdr
jan 4-1m 3..
GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE
70 JiRrY Q- 00 3D e,
'AOOTS, SHOES, and HATS,
Grand ' Contral DRY GO001'
Mc Cre ery & Brother
H- XVIN" bought. but the interest of
W. D. LOVE, we will inake positivo
sale of our entire st'ck for cash at price%
far below cost, to make room for a ehotio
and elegant stock of
The f6llowing are HomUo of the leadtny
1'apestry Brassels CarpetA, best makeg.
at $1.00 i yard.
Extra Super and 'ngrain 6'fd All Wool,
at 50, 7i Ahd $1.00.
Window Shades and Rugs below cost.
Dress Goods, at 10, 121 and 25, r :lueed
fron 60 and 75.
HIosiery and Gloves at half their valho.
Best Standard Prints, at 6 and 84.
4-4 Wamsutta Bleach, at l'J.
4-4 Androscoggin and Fruit of Loom.
Boots and Shoes it hlf p'ice.
Big bArgains )nay be expected, ainA
little money will buy a good many gooda
We inteld t6 do A lIVe business, and wil'l
anays have bargains to offer our custo
.fv" Sampies hent M' ipliohtion anA
oxpressago p~aid on bills overl $10.
McCRIEERLY & BROTHER,
Grand Cen tral Dry Goads Establishment.
T. A. MeCannyn. B. B. McCnEzny.
B.,A. 1tAvA. WM. HonnKAN.
IREEP)S colistahitly on hand a fall anp
ply of Choice FAMILY OROCERi~IS and
PL AN'TA TI3N BUPPILES. Heao had
-eehtly beeti repleished, aiid he is no*
ready t6 supply~ the ~wante of all.
U. &4 D ESPORTE@
GONOCDED to be 1 thdse Odd whin*
he makes a specialty lower thah ady-othel
merohaht hi the city;
A frssh assditinent of dhris ms doodE
just at haii
Frenoh and Ameridani Chhdiob.
Northerh Appios, bMhg~b abobdhut.;
A Mrg. Ssoitrnoeh f tdreI g n do.
mestio LIQUO >S,