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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
WI:US1O.RO, S. C.
rfUBSDAY,MARCH.93, : 187D.
R. MtANS bA PI8, EDIros.
JNQ. 8. Rt.YNOLDB, AaisocIAT EDITOR.
The United States Senate.
The United States Senate has gone
through many changes in the past two
decades. In 1859, it comprised :36
Democrats, 26 Itepublicans and 2
Americans. Then the South seceded,
and in 1861 there were 31 Itepubli
cans, 12 Democrats and 6 Unionists.
In 1865, Republicans 42, Democrats
10. In 1867, Republicans 51, Demo
crats 12. In 1869, Republicans 61,
Democrats 11. In 1871 the Radical
power began to wane, and the Republi
cans retained 62 members to 17 Demo-'
crats and 4 Liberals. In 1873 there
were 47 Radicals, 19 Democrats and 4
Liberals. In 1875, Radicals 45,
Democrats 29. Then carpet-baggers
began to disappear from public gaze.
In 1877 there were 39 Radicals, 36
Democrats, and 1 Independent. 'rhe
presentt Senate is composed of 12
Democrats, 33 Republicans and 1 In
dependent, precisely the majority
over the Republicans that existed in
1859. In 1869 the Republicans had
sith-sevenths of the whole Senate,
and a cheerful majority of fifty over
the handful of Democrats in the cor
ner under the lead of Thurman and
Bayard. Those were the halcyon
days of Radicalism. They will never
look upon the like again.
Preparing a Compromise.
There isn't near as much sulphur
and brimstone in the Congressional
atmosphere as was reported last week.
The members of both parties who
have been swallowing each other
whole at long taw, now that they arc
pinned together in the four walls of
the National Capitol, are becoming
much more mild and conciliatory.
The thinking and conservative Con
gressmen are patching up a compro
misc. The Denocrati are to insist
upon the repeal of the test oath and
the deputy-marshal act, and press the
provision to prevent the use of the
army at the polls; but will consent to
allow the appointment of supervisors
- under some restrictions. It is thought
that the President will meet the
Democrats half way, and thus avoid
the deadlock with its serious conse
quanecs. Partisans on either side
will howl, of course, but the masses
who are not as much interested in the
triumph of party as in the material
welfare of the United States will ap
- According to the old Democratic
theory of States' rights, the Federal
government should in no wvay inter
fore with State elebtions, and theoreti
cally' the supervisors' act is as obnoxi
oue to the constitution as any of the
others. But as it was enacted ostenu
bly to secure fair elections, and as the
Republicans charge that the Demo
crats carry the South only by fraud
at the polls, the motive for abolishing <
the supervisors i.s sure to b': miere:p
resented. The mea.sure ma~y well be
postponed to a more c.vrd:e:a v.s
son, especially if the~ yrp.::
ensures the passage o f tG.o.' Ls: .
much more impoi raa G:.
the other band It 1d.e I>..e. ::a.
upon all the p,roi..d v:'m:. 1..ty
may get Done at a.L T .ek es~
wheels of governara ed y. .
a desperate conatest we 'L. .x
atonement for the lis of nr. 1.
measures, as it ia by nrr. au .a.
that a deadlock will helIp theIn
crats. People who are not ptaA
argue very plausibly, if niot sound.y,
that while the House of Iteprewer.a
tives can throttle the goveranrent by
its prerogative of making approprim
tions, It, is not warranted in exercising
this power except in extreme casa.
No such emergency exists at presenat,
and threats are revolutionary. Two
thirds of both houses are required to
overcome a veto, yet a bare majority,
by tacking what measures they p)lease
on an appropriation bill, virtually
override a veto by preventing It. It
is also asserted that the course of the
flouse. is dictated by ex-Confederates
and Is of a piece with the old rebel
While Democr'ats may dissent from
these views no thinker can fail to per
ceive their force with the Northern
independent voter, upon whose ver
diet rests the next Presidency. Thfle
party should therefore ponder well
what reforms are so urgent as to
warrant this extra-legislative action.
The supervisors' matter can scarcely be
rung in under this head. The others
can, and they should lhe insisted upon
at all hazards, deadlock or no dead
In the heat of exciternent we were
inclined to believe that a. decided
stand should be made on all p,o.ints.
But reflection, and a caretil reviewv of
the argutnents of leading inidependent
i.:sed comprolnise. A long tstp will
be mllade ill tlt' waV of' re6or.1i1, e' fen
if the sZtuperri:;ots: atu c :'!owe1 to rc
Tie cry that the South should stop
eating dirt is heard on all sidivs. But
can yielding one point be eallc!d cat1ig
dirt? Hardly so. A gain of thlrec
points out of four is not a defeat, but
a victory. It is not halt' a loat', but
the whole crulnb, leaving only a hare
crust For the Radicalts, But even it'
it should be eatitg dirt, what then?
The rcmark of (:'n Jko! :mit
Denmocrat rei''rte(l in the WShiitl tn
letter of the 'N'ctvs /,:l ( ic', .' ;1!
s w e r s t h i s o l . j ' _' t . o n i t: ( i u;..t
Sait(1 he, ''By eauti <iirt we.v.
gained control of both houses of (oi
gress, and are willing to eat a perk
mure to put our Presidenlt inl the
White House." The supremacy of the
Democratic party to-day is due to the
modesty and conservatisn of the
South. A rash act may sweep the
carefully constructed thbric away.
While thousands at the North are
anxious to see equal rights afflorded to
all, they simply betray their hu mant
nature when they object to the defeat
ecl elenuents "bossing the job." The
South is getting along pretty well
when it has two-thirds of the victoi
ous party iIn Congress, an<d enjoys
11011 i' rlc and tonlest coul'ts, It need
not try to get aty lit'tlter alonlg i n'the
synagogue at present. B%-and-by it
may be called to "con up higher."
The election of Riandall was a inaster
stroke for the party. It took the
wind out of Radical sails. A firm
sland on the urgent reforms and a
yielding of the Unimportant issue will
complete the triumph. The floating
vote will be won over; and in 18s tle
"peck of dirt" will be mtetolorphosed
into a live Democratic President.
Let boldness be tempered with pi'u
Er 15 FA.Lt<1 r.e -O i)'O B:Y A HF AP' Onl
O.. wHt:I A F:.w '.L,s +JI iL
ozT 1n1. I CO:'' A1tA1 Lt AND; AL
W1.iYrl l .LIAD ..
N'O1 LIO WEST R:iC1;D.
.% lJ IOOltl::IT AN 1 DEAREUST.
B U la l PIIICEI.
BUT 4b'.NDS tE.l' ESTIt.1'151.
. NEW ST YLES.
? - ~ ix Stops, Ueni,tt"
.,4, Of n1LW de
1'.-n h'cp: 41 Set-A
ite as in SeW';t y' 0i
. luntiinattd Case. i
.,.only - - - $ i
'Ten Stops' -i .,ets Reeds, Mirror Top
bse,9G with Gold Bronze OrntamenltatiJn,
nfly ----------- - - l,0.
)VER 100,000 MADE AND SOLD.
Vinners of the highest honors at all
WVorldl's ex.totn for tw'*lve
RS- - - 1807 ; VIFNNA - 17
sANTI[AGO -155 PiJILA., PA. 1 q7.
Ats- - -1$75 3 EE --.87
Endorsed by Fitr.nz .is~zt, 'Theodlore
Varro,, M[organ anid o. er oneu t:.ousad
,iinent zuusi:ians :>,f Europt- and A itri
'a T1he~ te'stimony as to the imu'ren.>e .u
)erioJrity of ther e ira...trunaniits o,veri tal
tri emp1Lt.tic, overwhelinxg anid
HRENTED UNTIUL PAID FOR
T:-m'.. 'ir;n.ra >.r' e now o:Tare I p urc has
r . .: :. :m.iments ot f rom $5,
*. t . - . Le e. until the renit
7-: -:; : -' ~ .n :. u p y o
G'...eil.: . .>.. rj .Church,'E
' ati.c'hia.>.t.d tfl': r.:traii trade' can be
rat', Pr hil'trated Catalog w-"',price
list-i and full informii.tt>n, add'rf.i
LGbbEN & IBATEt,
Man u fr.cturern' Whiolestaio A g-:ts,
mech 2.3 3rju
~ Y virtae of' an execution to me di.
re-cted, I wilt offer lot sale on the
first Monday in April next, within the
legatl hours of' sale, thte following-describ
odl pr-opotty, to wit:
One Rin-head, lcviad on as tho proper
ty of' W. U. Hatrrison, at the suit of J. Wi.
Lyl es as guardian for 8usani'O. Lyles.
'Terms of' salo--CASH-.
Sheriff's Of\oe, S. J?. C.
Winnaboro, 8. 0.,
Maroh 17, 1879.
AT TflE~ MIORRIS hOUSE youca
get transient or regula~r board at pyleen to
suit the times, with 'acominodattions not
surpassed in innsbo.ro. .
- ioh 26
().t: og su- rat c.1l:.INA,
Cou 'TY U." .\I' .LD.
' )Y Virl:t-e o! :en (-%" :1'1 .n tO 1m0 di
.[ )" r.&o t, 1 wt'i u:' y f,r: .al"! before
tae, colrt. I ouse door lia Winnsbo"o, on
tho first Moun.laIy Apr'l n-i ., thdlin t-ho
legal hours of sale", t p1ilic out-cry, to
file highest bildd r, I bei loilowiug
descri!)t.1 pr. p ty, 'o wit:
All that piee, parcel or tract of land,
si tuatc tutll being, in tiho conty of Fair!th ll,
Cii taill; Ttui.; nUSUlt:I) AN1) rwlN-'Y"
U.N ACiL.S. ere' or es'-;, .id bo1eundei by
1. ltts ol W. \\'. . ,r -, . . .I luud, l'.
Uf~ , I i. :) ill I I :) ( a: I It.'ca
ea. e:,'I - 1 i .);f'i ' e". I. Sa.I I )'i* al it taot
i i,1 - . d
NU MORE DLAT[S FROM
USE "RED C SAFETY OIL."
NTEWV, non-explocive, ruby red.
.J..'1'h s oil is manulactard unl"r
governmilent p'atunt. and is guarauIc ,l by
the mantulfatctitriers to be -t.,solu ely sao
Price reduud to 40 cents per gallon For
saIl by ,\A: 31'I & 131I1 t,.
SALE UNDER MORTGAGE.
N purilsuate-1 of antlority conterred on
I ,- as 'r ".- i l"nt of tlta W an:born
ouildlinlg and Loanl .Aso:httion,. by 1,ow
(r of attori r containe i lin dl"elda of
ma~ 1': . ce.1 aiby it. .Jaetason Maet(lai
ht.y, ut aia: re ii ,Ii; ately the ei.;hteent:i:
iay of October, gitt,"en huu.ired autd
s(ventyeveIa, atid the thirteenth day
of April, eighteit hiinlredl and seventy
eight, I will offer for salo on Iho first
,a1.anaiday in A pril, 1 7:), at public outcry,
to the highest bidder, l(:foro the court
housetic door in Winnsboro, between the
hour: of tena o'elock, a. mn., an( five
o'clock. p. i., t he follow ing-described(
property mortgiaged by the. said R. .Jaiok
Pon McCnrley to the said Winnsboro
uilding and Loan A .sso:iation, and to
bt .sold! t furo:loso such Uortg.ag, to
All tint pioco. parcel or tract of land
cJnvOved to the said It. Jik't,n .\eUar
loy 1y 'ilas W. 1(atl', Shaerl'f of F.airl;etl I
co'uniy. v,n the i:ixi h lay of November,
A. I) 1i7, e., n:amna!itg o\i: nUsa in AND
t:1n ei1Y .ea.>, itlo or l 1es, a:l't bo,ifunded
oy a iI.l" of Jonl:t Siimotll, J0 1n G.
Brice, anu oth!-rs.
'Trlis of aei:--C.isn; purcha1sor to pay
for all ni,Ce.ssary pee:lpers.
U. II. Me\l ASTEl,
Pres(dt. Who. B. & L As-eain'iou.
'itln.horo. S. C., Marcrh 14, 1819.
" . W.1 7'T7sTg
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Ca. ralint. ill ustraive .ef Sou therna life',
h.fo're, dulrinag or sinea the war. TIhe
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twventy chapt.ters.; the ch aters naaerag
ton paig:S (at'ftoolseap or the e-quivalaent.
2. Thea muanusarcript to he senat to the
propr'ietors ofThrle No- w n od Couraier! not
Iater thani A pril 1 nied .
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by a saa-d eai:nelop conataining the real
nlameiL and the adldross of theo author, andi
t>,:.arlaig tan the ouatside a moetto, wichel
'all hb-wanisat be pllced upon~l thae mlanuit
'a'ra; the saled crer v')ajO to bt" openeld
only' ' when ath awaird hasi be'an onden.
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t.': o12 t'ree r:sidenats of Uhairlestoni, so
1ectedj by thre priop)rietors of 'I he >.ows
an 1 Ci Irier, who will make their decaision
on or befao A pril 1Stha.
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oaf t bo proprietors of the Th'e News anad
Courier, anal published as a serial in th-a
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-$1,000 IN4 THREE PRESIIUSS.
XT E will pay~ tho agont sending uas the
Vlargest flis of subscribersa beforti
Marcha ., 18701, one first-class 73 octave,
rosaiwotia or Walntut, NEw SCAT,E, UPiMolT
is.two, $860,00. 'This list to be at least
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tha an 204) tinmes, $101' in gold.
F"or tho third list, not to be lesst than
100 names, $50 in gold.
For $13,00O, at one timo, we will sendc
toni cop>ies one ydar.
F"or,7.00, at one time, we will send. fve
copies one year4
For thareo nuIes and $0.00 we will
nond the Comp anion Heroll Saw and
Drill, value $3.50, an a special premIum.
lor five niamnes and $10.00 we will send
the Conmpamnion Foroll Saw, Drill, andi
Lathe, value $5.00, as a speelal premiim,
We will sonid' Tu HIAWEYE and "GI,EAN'
ruOS ionux Ctuoi'" to agents at $3,0
anud returna #2.0Q if th e book isi not wanted
on exa mind ion, 'ol' ffs return, posf-paid,
if reinthied at once, Adatess
HA VNEVE #UD SanINO [ ANY,
doo 6 a urinto In
:Et; Rl ODUCE),
hethor for ftv,ily use or tntnufact uring;,
is the duhle-threadl, lock-idtitl
TI will )a.st a lit'time--evcry Machino
r. 1'1' \-&ti::d F:,"t'1 is 0.h o i.tte-1t a 1
C v .r.- .:l -) in :t,vhli m :., aa::' .
.:n (*'. I;t\ve::lu!t "',."e:wt ! i In toll.en "
\V ': in n te a c r nit rx"'.),i:t.1,itn ot' it.
beclit.v ina;1 n v a n fal oil to recognlizt' th.
Iact !'art it is (te most perf'ect Sewing
llachinti m-udi , combining simplicity
"tre'n!gthi, dtrabilitV. ani economy. Wo
do ntA heritate to claim for the
in addition to its stuperior princi ples,
n.1ro absotluto mt trfoction o1 workmntiship
andt 11uore comtplmte adjutiability than
portains ti any co-npeting nmuehno now
in the niarkot Among tht) vnrioua iml
provem,uts is tho Imuprovel ihint.tle,
Mill.d Sa1,nk NoodIl"!, Adl,justable Needle
Plato, New Patont 'T'1reaJt (outroller and
Auttv.ttic Iiobbin Windor. Every A-1
clin0E is on good substantial rol:er. for
whit:h ther) is no oxtra ehar' e. For
tuekin g, corliing, brinititu:,.tluilting.
rtuillln;,, frlrigIg,' elmbroitlarinig, ahoe
litting, tailoring, dress-nmaking, tuu
THE DAVIS HAS NO EQUAL.
References to those who have te Im
proved D;avis Machino in use in Fair- 1
Mrs. Williamn MoNall
MIrs. William ). Aiken.
lMrs. A. W. Ladd.
Mrs. J. C. IHowe.
Mr1 . Dr. T. T. Robortson.
Mrs. Dr W. K. Turner.
Mrs J. W. Blick.
MLrs. William Stevenson.
Miss Margaret Aiken.
\lrs. A.P. Miller.
\lrs. Eliz-i Williams.
Irs. Jmttes Q. Davis.
11rs. Iobert Crawford.
Miss J. Iarvey, anid others.
Just think of it--a machine soiling for
$6) a short time. ago you can now pur
chaso for $30, from
J. O. BOAG,
Agent for Fairitildl County.
Also agont for two other first-class
machinci - the New American, and the
Ual1 1n 1J. 0. 3OAG. and got the beat
Fauil. 1:owing Macl.ines iade.
Great reduction in prices of Dreas
Goods, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, &c.
Always a fill and conpleto lino o.
Fau.ily O rotcrie', Tobaocn, Cigars, Con
t"ectiottaries, Fruits &c., as choap as the
Lnmber and Furniture for sale low
fo'- eash by
jan 11 J. 0. tI;)G
Ayer's Cathar-tic Pills,
.o: all the purposes of a Famtily Physic,
..i for ouring Costiveness, ~aundico.
EntausItionil, Foni Stomaich. Dircath.
:JILlIt.Ona3 anut. -..km Diseaises, lii
:ou.'miesa. Dro",uy, Tu mnorn, WAorma,
aoturaiiia, as a D)ine- Pall,
for ic:rifying the BlIood,
Al-e thme mnot efl
tire mild, but ec
fet.uial in thir
t!3tri ~ (the howe-Is lint-il
and11( without paht.
S ither- are still the
i - iine 1 that c--n be- eml~oyed- : tc-eans
t- rthe niomach and11( hiowlsl. andit eveni thet
btitid. In smali do-oes of one pill a dav-.
:biey -st iumhtte thec di.tst ive organs an'd
[proimotte igorous health.
A vtn's Pz.r.a have been known for
muore than) a qualfrter of a centumry, andic haive
obtmaiuedi a world-wide re-putat ion for- thir
v'irt.ues. T1hey correoct dliseased action in
thec several assimilative organs of the
body, and nare so coimposed that obstrue
tions witini thi-r ran ge entn r-arelv-with
standi or evade them.I Not only d'o they
enent theo everv-dany c-omplahimts of every.
hbody, btht also' forinaidable and dangeron,
dliseases that have hafili tile bes't of
humilan skill. W~hile they piroduice power
ial efTeets, thtey are, at lt metlt time,ti tht
safest antd bet) physic for chIildren, 11.
than tilt commonlui ptLtrgatives, and1 nevi
eive pain whenl time howdlis are not intumt:
They rteach thei vital fountains of thlotk
antd strengtten the sy-stemn he fr-ein
i-omt the eitlments of' weatkms,. *
Adaptedl to all tages' and1 ennlfdiIions bi
all climautes, cotanint( ntetber casonwm
nor anmy dleIt'lriu drhi, these Pillis nurm
be taken with safety by- anybottdy. Te~
sua -co n rese~rves them ev-- ~eri.
and akesthempleasanit to take . whli,
being piurely vegetable, no haurm cant arise
frome thteir use in any quanittity-.
Dr. J. C. AVER & CO,, Lowell, Mass.,,
PactaltIn Analytteal )he-mi,s.a
4OL 1B4A D)ItUGGISTS EVEltYWJIfEII.
feb15 JM. BEATY & 00,
Pay your subscriptlon.
'T'his iiii'r n "t o-:ar w cgls rt za!,iut three
pon n s, a,d ,.:I the b.,od finti Iieitg tr+"tsont (about
th.. i us) l:.nSa iti:rougt;h-it at Ic-st once every
hi't l."sr, to sse li - I:.: ia. other impurities
str.iin d or Ith r"..I front it. iile is ste t..tu'al
purg.tive of drhe bowels and if the Liver become*
orpid it is not se,arated.frou:r the blood, but car
ried through tle veins to all p:arts of the system,
and in trying.to escape through tho pores of the
skin, causes it to turn- yellow or a" dirty browr
color. The stonach occomnes diseased,-and Dys.
pepsia, Indigestion, Coitip>ation ditache, Bill.
ou,nc.s, Jaundice, Chills, Malarial' vvers. P,les
Sick and Sut" Stomach, and gene'a, debility fol
low, Mittuunt..'s Hurrt:s, tlo greattvegetable
discovery for torpidity, causes the Liver to throw
off from onto two ou:ces of bile each time the
htoodt >asses throu:,h it, as ]ng as there is an ex
. of i; and iw- e'-:t of even a few doses
upon y-ltow co:t:pl:ion tr a brown dirty looking.
suin, w:tl a ' ,.u.. .i w' o ty it--th y being the
irst synllt,inS to di ;:ip.r. ILie cure of all bill.
otis disass asr,l I.ivtr ro" nplaint"Is made ceriali
by taking 1 (ur'ri iin :accorcd,moce *lthdirectlons.
Iieadache Ia generally cured In twenty initutes,.
and no disease that ariscs from the Liver-can exist,
I f a fdr trisa is isrc -
SOLD AS iUBSTV'UTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL DB.1JGGISTS.
Price 25Cents and $1.00
T he fatality of Consumptiort or Throat and'
*Ltng Diseases which sweep to the grave at least;
Ione-third of all dcatt.'s victims, arises frons tlte
Olitn or 11sItplhine tieatmnct, which simply stit.
peties as the work of death goes on. fto,ooo will
rn be paid if Opium or borphine, or any preparation
of Opium, blot nhire or Pnssic Ald, cat be found
in the (;LOtf b't.osnrh Covc.H Svttur, which has
cured people who are lidirg to-day with but one
remt,ining lung. No greater wrng can be done'
than to say that Consutnption" is incurable. The
GLa.Os FLow::d Couu SvUtw will ctire it vhcr,
C all other means have failod. Also, Colds, Cough,
Acth:r.t, Ironc:hitis, and ail diseasesof the throat
and lungs. Reatd the tr.":i:nonials of the lion.
Alexander IT. Stephens, Guv. Sinithcas.' 1sx-Gov..
Brown of C-a., EIon. Geo. Peabody,- as well as
those of oth sr reiarkabie cures in cur b;,ok-free
to all at lte irug storet-and be convinced that if'
yoil wich to he cured yoa can be by taking the
GLoat l. Lrws:n Cout SYnVr.
Take no Trocht:s or I.ozanges for Sore Throat,.
when you can ,' t Gi.onu Fr.owen SYtur at same;
prioe. For sate by all Drggists
I jice25Cents andy $1.00
Grave mist:kes are made iithe treatmtnt of all
diseases tua :srise from poise a in the blood. Not
one -ase of Serofula, Syphilis, White Swelling,.
Llccross Sores and kia Disease, inca thousand,.
is trrated wisiont the use of Mercury itisone form.
.Jfercty rots the bones, and the diseases It pro
ducce are wsr.": t :.:i any otlser kind of blood or
skin dls::ses cas br.a li>. Ptar.ItdoN'SSr.t.It
GrA or Q-tn' 1.tawr is the only medicine
u spon wi.lt a hope of recovery from Scrofula, Sy.
pailis and .ercuri..l diseases in all stages, can be?
Srcasonab!y foundl c!. and that will- cure Cancer
r a.iwill be pai.I by the l'oprietors if Mctcury,
or any iw'gredient not putcly vegetable and harm
less c.n be found in it.
P'rice by all Druggiets ft.oo.
* Gr.orr int.nwr:n Cotrsta SvnUP and- ' RRt.naxa-sl"
Iit t AT1tieas rrn I.ivils (sir sac by all Drugs.
gists in 1s ent and $t.oo-bottles.
A. MERRELL & CO., Proprietors,
' PHILADELPHIA. PA.
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3 lIE bottom has beent ?exched at last,
. .fand 8ngenhesimer & Groschel. are
stuill aheiad in, LIOW PI JES.
We hasve thisi day coinsoIi.d&ated the
atoek of gorods recently puirchausesl of S,
s. Wolfe with our stock a,t tho-old stand,
and for the ns-t 311 days will offer bar
gains iln every line of g odes that wiP
convintce the cloisest etth buyers that a
instendr to muaintain the wellI-earned
tation we unow enjoy, of giying omt oua
Benefit of Our Bargaiins.
We extend a cordial itvitation- to the
citizenstf F'airfieldl to cnll and el-amii
our utock andi prices, and -be sonvinced
halit they can now buy goods at prices
hat defy compietition at some or abroad.
We otter sipecial wunducetments in thse
hellwing goodas for 30 dauys only.--In
a der to myako necessary room for our
spring and stilumer purchsases -
50) Pieces Mtafidard Prints, S cents~.
50 Pieces Statndard Pribts. 6 cents,
10 doy,. Gents' Ulnlanandred $hairts,
worth 85 cents and 1.00) at 7& cents and
90 cen ts.
5 doys, Gents'fmrtoFuriJlats,
worth $3.00) to $4.00, $2.00,
100) pairt Gentas' Pants,
wo'rth $5i.00, $8.00.
100) pairts Gcnts' Gaiters, (I cent,
Children's Shoes 25, 50 and 75 cents
per pair. LadIes' and Alisses' Shoes at.
greatly reduced prices. Dress Goode
10 cents to 25 cents, worth 1n to 40 c,-nts,
Our enatire stoc;a of woolen knit goods
wvitb'ont ret rie ist and below N6w York
I)ne picce Black Broad Cloth, worth
$5.ts0, at $2.00). Ladies', Miisees' andi
Children's Hosiery in white and fatrer
colora, at greatly reduced prices. Ladies ,
Misses' and Chiidren's Gloves in all col.
rs ast b to 10 cents per pair.
D)oublo-Darrel ed G uns, stooklooks and
I adilocks, Trale Cutlery, 40, at bait'
rice, to close out,
Th'ese geods were purohased for cash,
at very low figust es, and we intend to
give our customeors the beneat of the
that we saved in the purchase of theln.
SUGENHEIMER~ & GR0OSCIE,,
February 6th, 1879.
J. M. BEATY &, O.,
have i4 stook all kinds of Steel ?lows,
Also, Heel Bolt., gras. Reds, Traos
Plw rdies, f
Plw Plow Moldce
oir haying Ploe~