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TOWN AND COUNTY.
T' JUSDAY, Octobie a3, : 189.
T'.:inis of Tunli NIE.wS ANI> 11:IRALD.
---Tri-weekly edition, fourl dolhiriS per
aan, in advainco; weekly edition,
two (tollr andlity ens per(011nn11,
inl advance. Liberal discottitl, to clubs
of live and uil rds.
R1-A:S oP Any i.:irriN4:.-OneC do) hair
per inchl f1or thll- first inlsertion, v 'Id
111y ceits per inch 1 61 o el ai tseq ii
in sl ion. lese rates apply to :ill ad
ver iseme nI I It', o I teove I n it ' 1re, In d
are. payabhle sictdly inl advanic. Coil
*r.t fo (tlw-ey ,six orf w le m nh
nn1de on very I i libe ralI f v I I ,. TI m1
ie 1al 14 i': >tI ces, liven ceil per
0i for 1th i'l inser t 1111d Seven
HIMidi 1.02 Illa's i e I I S( (i
a(d on*e-:ial ents per in for. each
subequn'tnserin. Obi wtars.
I.2rits of retpect chargd as adver
It iseiin. Sim.ph alinnieeItns of
nularriages and devath" puiblishied freec of
charlge, ml7 Solicited.
All comintIenI11ctions,, or whatsoever
nI.(ture, should be tuhlrelo ssed to ei
Winnsboro I'ibli.ing - Coay
Winsboro, S. C.
1.2\: Iolmclu-:m - 1.1: .The ollow-'s
~Ita 1.0;JIItewod .1;Com
itc is the proeill schli leii of arrivnls
onl the 10. . t A til roae iid, u plcm till
lm1sis of, Washintrionl lime, -which is
Sixtven minutes fasu!ter thin WiinnSboro0
D.\Y P'Ass-rG Notl .
Colu 1 bin, 10..8, ;1. m :il i tly i lwood,
I .:.,,N; lRidgeway. 1i.157; S-'impson's,
12.12, p). m1.: W itnwboro, 12.:?.1: AdI
grer's, 12.1: ; While Oak, 12.-50; Wood
wior', 1.02: .ilackstock, .0.8; Ches
t er, 1.:14: Charllotte, 1 .m
N IgislT IP (110 1".\s It(:V -(: 1G'OUTing.
:3.05 1 Ihkst ic k1.7 ,a3ti I )Wo IdWar II ' , 'S.
.22; Whit e Oak, 3.:5 A der' s :1.- 1:
Winnsboro, 1.57 ; Simpson's, -..;
Itidsew~y,.1.:30; lilythewood, -.-.18;
Coluimbia, b.:37; Augustl-a, 9. 15, a. mi.
-ThiEese tins stop only t the ie
Columbia: Port .Milk, ock 11111. Cilt'(
te~r, Winnl.boro, lNidgeway, Ulyheo
Wood. Oth(er staiosre r.0 ecogizl
is ''ila l' ,4ils ions."
Fl I , 1('tIll geilT T \I- IiO N( : 0 1 N ORTIg .
Cohnmhia, 5.:30, a. mI.; . iI'tildlewood,
6.15; liideway, 7.20: fWeelinsboyo,
8.30: Woodwards. Cornwall's
10.25; e'lister, I1.05 ; Charlotte, 3.-5,
F I t oi t aIT11 TR.\ N- 0 ING sil '11. 11.
Cbester, 9.05, a. lim. Colnwal's,
10.25: 0Il iicks lock. 10.-5 i d wi wd'n,
I1I ; WVinnI Isbo ro., 12. 1J5, p).m.Iid
-way, 1.:1,0; nlythewood, 2.15; Coln
a'ttached and Inil daily, slundayli' ex
Kofnie of, Honeo-Ei . S. Chandler,
Wv acknow \vledge'! the reve0'p1 of' anl
inlvitatiolm to ilhe -llop" to be gin V
durig Fir eek n Cestr. We
have i'0 doubt. it will be ait very .)leasante
ihe grand jury o; Chiie'liter county.
inl their presetient 11.de at the bI l'tie
terin of court, reconend tath te
Le'rgslaure (.nitle, at law providinig at
trilPS jusi for0 n township1 :101.1
conidi'igth jui1i0io00. uc js
aes witi tnhi iits of th onsidraion
for Wich heis apinltod. Fase
Cheser FareI AoiinIms arr.ng3d
Weuder thesuervsin o8Cp
T. M. anirs lolnds omAeF i-cims
oratmone orsive0 wllbeawrd(.
8nigh1 acre expectedlli to0 r2d; i coisr
till $1car60 to0.opeig.W
Jnte the lit Wei fee Nail 1hey
Ae i getoemansid in09 coveratoi a
few dayg tart to boeli-t Deis.
pl". o 1f Kted, aCtlericls of (ihe't toe
ent hlarvet Jseason, 112l aces deideowy
better of Jthanstony tom ine theC
surrender., 11 athsink thwell peo. leave
lied iorto econ8.omialy and mnage
bot tery gene.ray toa ding anU. a
sic$h5 wr Ti getea ison
pates, and hisok views are therer
torJthma greato~ d al. s~I
of real estate hav bee eteedinth
W. . rei to SlinPriesio,
by, .1 of all are ill the town of Iidge
way; consideration $200.
Thos. 1". 1arrisonto Mattic L. Ilar
rison, 135 atres inl township no..12;
coisiderat oll $1171.
Adella C. Shelton to Fannic M. I
Clay(oin, once-sixth interest. il 18:1'
aces in townshi nIo. 1; cosideration
Walter F. Coleuuin to TIhos. W1.
lBrive, I1W acres in township no. 2;
COnlsidentlion ll 1
A. P. liller to Alexander WiliiIord,
!one lot. inl tie (own of Winnsboro;
.1nnev.' .. liieloll(d to Gladden's
Grovve ('hurchl. 2 acres inl township no.
I,'. 1 ( CIrry, Age(nt, to Johnt 1).
Young, 150 acis ill towniship Ito. 10;
S. V. iMull, Shr to S. T. cib son,
the right, title :nd intecrest o, \W. ..
iShelton5 inl a 1raet. of -182 aeros int own- I
Ship Ino. I ; olsidet'ioll 5:,.
Nelson I )ixon to F. J. DoIghtss,
200(acres inl towNrnship no. 3; cons.ider
Enll'jis lder' (o Alarv E. Shaw, one0
lot, inl O town of Wilnsboro; colsid- P
erfion .12000. V
W. I. JRobri ton I(o W.l. Creigld, 1
Il 4 arres ill (ownship it1. 1.1 ; conlsid
erationl 1tion6 .
II. A. Gleniu i(o Jolhn Pariell, 17
aes1e ill toWIship nto. ; consideration
C. T. leCrorev Io usan i 1111 an i
. Al~ ory the, ri31h, title anld
iniitri.,f h() lie colveyorl in a 1ract of
>)00 aceres ill towniship n0. 3; conusidera- h
ti on $800.
Wil. 11. \Voodwnrd, Trus.tee, to .ed I
Hill Chiutrch, o lalre inl township Io.
2; considleration $.0
D.1It. Flonikenl to Sallie P'. Simlp- h4
Son,11 acre1I ill townsislo p 12o 1 I 1: con- 'I
Cltrie Ilarri;s to George' W. ('raw
2, on lot in the townl of Wils
bo0o; con5sideraon. ll .
1879. ot malarial feve, Ur.. seIn.
Esr:u:, ihiait, daugiter of W. C.
Thurs(Iy, O itober 161, 1879, by th
Riev, J. C. Ale'Muillen and thlievR. I
J. 8. Wl:ite, Mn. G. L. R.xxm-:rY to f
Mliss I'. It. AliI. ;mlM u. DAIEL:
II.u ., .11., to Ass E. F. 'Ao1.,-v. All
of Fail field.
. .. .. -.
'NCUI..An ACEN- : T-r -rA . T N..
A very singu."'1lar a'ident halppiend to
lt, Clinrlotte. ('olitniba:11and Allguelslta
paISSenger(1 (rainl as it eninec in ve str I
dlay allernoon at four' o'clock. As 1110
elgilne.plssd overO Ih(e Irog of 1110 .%
switch itjumped (the track, ant1d strik- i
ing th 1side intelk ral alunogo on 1he1
eis- les of1 1Ihis for5 a5 (distanIce 20IL1a to -
rasil. So when'1 ilhe train wasH stopped0
by11 I4 apliation ot' th ir1 bru1k es, t he
engine(-all the wheelos of it-wass on1
1h0 sidtac 'k, thle car5 Oin th m i
511(ck, and(1 the tender'5 of the0 engine0
b1twee thel 1 wo tra) cks . in all th le
c'onfutsion and1( 11554 Iliing' around12( of '
tings)4, niothing was1( bro(keni and1 110
A Sru-.uM ExcIIr. lirxxIN( AY.-.
Au engine1 (of thie lichutond12( & Danis
ville I05ailroad stainling-on'" the1 tun
oil oft ifts41, own areord(,.ranl otr 1the (end(
ofrthe tr~n-k and1( kept onl towards I og
Iownis. There00 is no2 telling) how hir ii,
wouh11 l nive g4oni 15uid it. not1 eneounlit
is cut downi 11hre or' fouro fi'et below
the uHeeOiLi. As it. des5Cended( in1o th50
cut1 the1 pilot, wals driven5 11 intoh
stin15(-HI iii, tiI'ly or mor00 feet, beyond
the e12(d of' the( track. This beha11vior
01on 1)he pt of1 an enlgine1 is not alto0
getherO utmal1, and1( was25 (due to thet
iet 11ha11 there is 1a leakage4 in1 son11 of
thie vallves by which the steam11 ('scapes
Iinto) .he steaml1 es~s un11il aI1. suficienit
asniinit hals accunn11lated'( 12) Het the pis
1(11 rods1 inl miotionI. The enin do2' (10
55ot alppear~ t) be ijured'( to anvl 51on5
siderale extent2). he fron t (' truk
wheelIs and5( someli minor1 par1ts of( thle
but1 it will be 110 small11 jobs to get. it. 2)n
I ho track algai.- (hariollc Ob~sreer'.I
Ilow A FI)ONn En LAisSs rrim A
11h( SNAKlE -Zoo Nerceui is a girl of~
S'seentee, of' i~xed bloodl, beauL1tifuil
and1( bol( and5( -1. (adaring rid1er. Oni
Tedvof~ last week she peroforme~d aL
reiconarlil exploit . Whilet out loo0k
inig up1 someo of' her frtherO's issig
pIonics she en)countered' ai muonster ra1t- j
1101 h1orse suddenlly to shy, nearl1'y dis
mounIting 1her. Getting commaIfnd( of
he1'rianl, she reined( up1 a1 short dis- I
tan1ce3fromlf thle rept11e, whVlich, aIngeredi C
at the intru'lsion, coiled( itself J
ready(1 for battie. Cool and1( cllected2,
thes girl, swin)ging 1100 lariat, 1hit it a
sharp - blow. Maddenedi, the snake
se'veral timeos strunck at bor. Dexter- 's
onsily .swinginlg heri suppl1e1 cord( again1, 1
sheo "noosed3(" the1 reared( 1h0ad of~ lien
snake, an~d, whoolihng about, boro rap3
Idly oil' for homeo, dniggiung bor pize' (
ftero 1her. . it Was und1(oubltCalv theo
liveliecst "snaklIng"OC ever0done in'on
tanla. .Arroiving at the0 house, hor,thjth
01' and1( sevycral cow-b)oys stoppd0( out to
grecot heor, and to thorm shie proudly ex
hibitedl tj h on1ster, its lifi 1now ex-.
tinct. Its length; by atutal measre1'- ]
men01t, was1 aiscrtaned to ho scyoni tc't
and eight ics, and its gleth, at theo
largest parit, sixtden ihes0. TheI rat
tles numlfbered twenty..nino complete
0110s and( a1 "button,." Thlis st'ring of .
'attles was sent into Meolonai, and (1 i f
comiplianico Wvith anl or'der accompanflIy
lng It,.an exp)ortjoJewele has for' soy
cral days been5 .forming th)e most~
uIIque necklato.,pr'obably Ooer maiide
1) thIs or any otherI country. It Is ini
tended as a pregegtto Zoo.
As8 Co'TONJ .K w.-- cogni~nerce,
so h.1iter i~ ~~f) .ghdio Iumah sys
temn. Wo caihn lifen iany pecace~ wth
(o.1 ANI) Sii,vu lt.- A Washiigtoni
1i81iptclh SaIyS: "It i understood that
le coiia"e of tel an11(d live dollar gold
>ieces will soon be resutmed. Tho
nints litve run to their full Capacity
oining silver, andl(] it is no more thint
air that gold should have a little
lince. It 1is not likely that any more
uarter ogles o oic dollar gold
ieces will be coined, its the cifleut
roul be to prevent the silver dollars
roin yetting into circulation. The
'il eriani tven1ty-dollar gold )icec
'a 1vori'te coit: inl Etrope, andinI al
V.y\_411111m (ds i premitim. hei
o0verllnlent employo~s here1- received inl
hie list tuon'4 s pay qItlte ai1 respecha
4e per eent- inl siver:1 do 1h11r., and wh~enl
iv1mbers of Coigriess get, back to
Valhingoi they will receive teln per
ell(. ol' their pay inl silver."
ve eba1nge1's are required to 11111ke th'e
'nited States Senate a tic ili 1881.
'linan-iiitii vill h. Succeedel by a He
lnlicvan, but there vill be it staid-ofl'
rith th1e 1emocratic Sentator who will
4! (hloseln to suceled Seniuior Bruce.
'le gainis which heI lie Relmblicls hopC
S111:1ke are inl the su1cessors to Sena
)lrS Kerman, of Nmv York, Eaton, of
tilnm1 11tiul, NAl l uald, of' Indialna,
hu11lo1, lpol'fNew J er'ey, aiid Wial
ie, of l' ennsylvania. It tmy make
i lls in all tlese case.( the Seaiite will
P e41:1tlly divided, imdi Air the Demo
ats (4) liave it majorit v Kelo-rg would
aIe to be ousted'. 1)avis, of' Illin ois,
i oIt inechnled inl the calculationi, be
anse it is not knownii where lie stands
ieni the thvo mrties are so closely di
W mirn ON l'os-.i. C.\ms.-A
mg--tandng oder of, the P'ost Offive
)k ar 1111it 1h S rq4u11ilred tlat. a1ll pos
il carct ha ving any portion of their
zes-age wiittenl oin their ih'e should
e treated a s1 uiniallable. First, As.
istit Postimiste'r GIeneral Tyner re
mut lv rescilded this order to the ex
!it of holding that such writing shall
of renider I liei uiinmailable ) perse,
or prevent their beingoi forwarded till
.ss it, makes the utfidress illegiblc.
'le public are cautionled, however,
hat by writinw any portion of the
Iiessalge oil i lie 'ale they will incur a
ikk of the cards being missent or de
A S.m V nitF. EPi'SODEl.-A touching
lCidelI of, the phlliue in the South is
('corded( in late. 'emphis papers. E.
. lrshall 1111and Jane, his with, were
ik'en ill at, nearly the Smle1 time, and
otl died withinit a half hioir of each
ther. Durinig theirillness t'hey would
]low nei hoct or nor nurse to atteid
lemu, id all Imiedieine wats r'efused.
'hey were prepared for butrial at the
A1une tile an(d were takenl to file ceme
lry to.trvtliei. A singlre carriage fol
wed till llales, but it contained io
loilrners. The hilsballd ind if
c're crllridI to Iheir graves without a
iriend to f6ollow them.
-Tickling ilidices 1aulglteri except
iekliig" inl the throat. which Causes
oighiing,-at once removed by 'Dr.
nll's Congh Syrtip. 25 cents per
JNICIlfTA OF HONOR.
1E 'r sem'mniir mectIn of True
llol lrihoold L.ndge, No. mii, will be held in
niiSOi1c 1111L oFil I'daI vy evening, 24th inst., at
',* o'ock. A lull attendance is eannistly do
tred E. 8. CiIANDLER*
OcL 23 . Ieporter.
LL pesonsholding claims, of
whtver niature, 'aaist the
~ounitv ot' 1"airfield aire hiereby nlotified
a presen~lt thle same11 on or' before the
r't thiy of' Novemuber' next, or thley
vill be deb)arr'ied paymeni~lt.
dhNO. A. lilNNANT,
~hmn. lbl. Co. Commissioners, Fair
field Count v'.
iiiTRY & IYARTIN,
wI ioLESA[LE AND IETrAIL
1ROCERS AND COMMIfSSION
No 174 Main St. ('Whito Front)
COLUMIIIIA, S. C.
W~e havo Mr. J. S. Gla-iney wit usi11. He
'il be. 1gla11 to see all1 of h is old f'riends.
1 ive, us a idall' e-pn rehasin-! else
oc t 11 .3m1 os
JJUSTL AIllRIVED one of the finest as
ortmaents of Liqjuors in the ]Boro. One
arre'l of' Glibson's Celebrated Old Nectar,
810; Throi'n Barrels of tiue old Rye \Vhis
:ey: 1st., Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskey,
yeara old; 2nd, also, the Mabel Bello, 9
itb; 3rd, Rloanoko Rye, the .oldest, 18
litto. Corn WVhiskoey of the best grados,
lorth (Cardlina Corn,8wooet and Sour Mash
'f the best grades Also, Wines and Bran,
les of the finest brands, I have also at
no lot of Cigars and Tobaceo which I
rll (dispo0e of at reasonable prices for
ash1 only. Give me a call, and I will treat
'on right. Philadelphia Lager Bleer al-.
'ays on hand from t~bo calobrated firm of
horger and Engeui. You can find me at
11 times at the Bar under the Winnsboro
lotel, next, door' to D. RL. Flonnikon's.
Jall andl see mc. J. CL~ENDINING.
P'RESERLVE YOUR OLD BOOKS.
E. R. STOKES,
ILANK BOOK MANUFACTURER
[_ AS moved opposite the city Hall
Lwhere ho is fully prepared, with
rst-class wol'kmon, to do all kinds of
rork In hlia line,
BL 4ANK BOO0KS RULE2D to any pattern
nd bound in any atylo desired.
My fflcilities and lone acquaintainoe with
lie business eniablo me to guarantee
atisfaction bn orders for Blank Books;
Lailroad1 Books, end Books for t~he use of
)lerks of Court,' Sheriff., Probtbtdges;
failters in Faluita, and other idounty effi
lals. Pamphlets, Magazines, Muslo,
lewspapers and Periodicals and all. kinds
f publienutionxs boun21 on the most roa.
enable terms and in the ' ( manner. All
rdei-s promnptlyattenided tb . .
Seen my stock of furniture, which
newest, and cheapest, according to qi
now supply of Chromos, Picture Frar
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Furniture neat
Lumber and Laths for sale. I am
Factory. All order promptly attend(
Wilsoii New Improved Sowing Machi
AltItIVING EVERY DAY,
. M. BEATY has just returned
from Now.York, and wo are now re
ceiving a stock of Dry Goods and
Notions, Clothing and Hats, Boots
and Shoes, Groceries, &c., which
was carefully selected, and bought
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
We ask, not only our customers, but
the whole community, to call and
examine our goods.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
FIESH AND OYSTE its.
TO THE CITIZENS OF WINNS
BORO AND FAIRFIELD:
I WOULD resppetfully announce to
the public thet ILhave made ample ar
rangements -with 1'hQ best ouses Ia
Norfolk, Suf11blk , d Charleston, to
supply me1 with SRESH SA LT WA
TER FISHt and 'tlicver'y beCst
for this season. r'will keep them ini
store FR1ESHI ON ICE every day, so
that my customers can supply them
selves at any timie.'
All my Oysters anid Fish are guar
ateedC( to be fresh and of the
VERY BEST QUALITY.
F. W. IIABENICHT,
W~ashinugtoni street, Rear. of TiownI
COIIIer & Chdallr
HAVE ENLARGED THEIR STOCK OF
STER LING SILVER,
Making it entirely unneesary for their
customers to go outside of Winnsboro for
any airticle in their .line. They pledge
themselves to give ad vantages in regard to
VARIETY, QUALfl'Y AND PRICE.
Extra fino articles which the market
wvill not justify in stook; will be proreal
on short notic,
SMITH'S WORM OIL
ATREae, GA., December 8, 1878.
t w rllt ine I gavciml son one dose o
doseo t y fitte gir, foni 6tu d, neh
passed s6 worms frm 4( noe t*
P ~~rooDr .8 N, thons, a.
I P YOU wAnt tsgood Min6 Julep, Joe
Lemonade, oay fany sumnier
dr~im~ ,o11on1 5 #OL~. and it
wil besered oyo .i awost b
s one of the largest, handsomost,
iality, to be found in Winnsboro. A
uor, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Window
ly repaired at moderato prices.
agont for a Door, Sash and Blind
id to. Also, agent for the Whooler &
no, and two others.
I. W. PHILLIPS.
1879. FALL 1879.
WE WILL NOT DE UNDERSOLD!
WE havo just received a large -
and well assorted stock of Dry
Goods of all kinds, Notions, Ho.
siory, Fancy Goods, etc., Cassi
mores. Joans, Kerseys, Twee ds and
Satinets. Boots and Shoes of all
kinds and at bottom prices.
SPECIAL ATTENTION 1
We ask an inspection of our ele,
gant assortment of Clothing. You
you will be repaid for the trouble.
SHAWLS I SHAWLS ! I
Our stock of Shawls is complete in
HIATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
from 25 cents to $5.00.
Flannels, Whito and Colored. We
can't begin to enumerate all. Call
and be convinced. You will save
money by giving us a call before
J. F. McMASTER &.CO. a
sept 30 st
M. L. KINARD,
OPPOSITE the WHEELER HOUSE, G
COLUIBIA, S. 0., .
HAS' received the largest stock of
Clothing thiat has over boon in Columbia, S]
and is soiling at
Elegant Cheviot and English Casalmoro
Suita madoc in the latest styles. Also, a
fine line of Soft and Stiff'Hats, and a well
selected line of Over Coats, of Fur' Boav
ora. Ulstors, Kerseys, a:id Meltons.
Call and Examuinomy stock before pur
MR. JAMES R. KENNEDY1
Is with the above establishment, andai
would be pleased to see his friends when
in the city.
M. L. KINA RD,
oct d-3m Columbia, 8. C.
GEORGE A. CLARK,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
The distinotivo features of this spool
cetton are that it Is made from the very
SE A ISL AND OT T ON.
ItIs finished soft as the cotton from
which it Is made; it has no waxing or
artificial finish to deoccive the eyes; it is
the strongest, amoothest and most elastic
sowving thread Inn the market; for machine
sowing it has no equal; It is wound en
WHI IT"E S PO OL S.
The Black is the most perfect f
*. JET BLACK
over produced In spool cotton, being l
dyed bya system paented by ourselves.
oIh ce ora are dye by the 0
* NEW ANILINE PROE8S8
rendering them~ so perfect and brilliant p
that dress-makers everywhere use them
Instead of sewving silks. - P
A GOld Mcdali was awarded this spool fl
cotton at Paris, 1 878, for "great strength'' 0
and "general excellence" being tho high
est award given for spool cotton.
We invit comparison and espectfully 0
ask ladies to give it a fair trfa -and con
vince themselves of Its superiority over
To be had at wholesale and totail of
* 1ug13-6 ,7~0. B3OAQ. I l1
~~OAho t t 9~ at
~orienboyaudmn *Mne ter a
w c oruana anyii lse ne rl
WE .desire to call special atten
which has boon opened at
friends and the public generally I
and finest Clothing for Men, Yot
this market, which we guaranteo
BLY with that kept in first-clas:
WE MAKE A
Of Clothing and Gontlemen's Fu
oven the most fastidious both as I
result from inspecting our stoc
Huch bargains as will astonish ev(
price." Very rospec
P. S -Our Dry Goods advortisot
-WITH A FRESE
OALL AND WI
INNSBORO DRY GOODS, FAN
We take pleasure in announcing to ol
at we are now opening the finest an
d Wintor Goods, including Fancy a
ylos of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goo,
ROCERIES, CONFECTION ERIE:
CROCKERY, TIN and WOOD
ilch will be offered at very low prices
than the chcapest, and cordially inN
I am also agent for the well-known
. E under signed desire to informa thel
:ompl)eto stock of Dry Gqods, Notions,
d respectfully invite an examIation of
luy no'Goods for cash," have not an "u1
low cost," get no0 "discounts" in buying~
~c, rents, etc. are pidc; but hope, by ad
QUICK SALES AND
d by giving close attention tp the want
"assignment," and make both ends m<
THE CELEBRATED "JUN
rAVING knocked the bottom out of
last fall, I now take pleasure in ati
l'oining counties that I am now prep
flICES, which my rice--ist will shio
om long-winded, h-.b priced houses,
re can sell at LI yEand LET LIVE
id judge for .yourself
ood (Jalcos 8*0.
ost Calicos 6jc@ 7a.
Iedmont Shirting 5 eo.
redmont 4Shirting 6 ce.
leso -4 Shirting .7ko.
rillin . 8j @ Oo.
ood Qnil t Lining 4fo.
booke Homespuns .
ood Kentucky Jeans 10 @ 150.
IfP I Will use # pnes trorg this tin
tioles, i4one, two and thr'ee cqen
:ion to our New Clothing Store
;. Wolfe's old stand. We offer to
6 great variety of the cheapest
ths and Boys, ever brought to
to compete MOST FAVORA.
ClothingStores ANY WHERE.
nishing Goods, and can satisfy
;o stylo and prico. No harm can
c, and we bolive we can offer
in those who want goods at "half
ER & GROESCHEL.
nont will appear next wook.
(T HAS COME,
CY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
iir friends and the publIc generally,
I most complete assortment of Fall
.nd Staple Dry Goods, all the latest
Is, Fancy Goods and Trimmings
3, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
ENWARE, LUMBEB, ETC.,
; as we are determined to sell cheap
'ite 1l to call and see for themselves
DAVIS, WEED and AMERIUAN
, J. 0. YOAG.
r friends arnd the public that they havo
G roceries, Boots, Shoes, Crockery, etc.,
the same, before purchasing, as they
nlimitea capital," (do not sell "at and
by which freights, insurance, clerk
hering to the old adage,
s of their patrons, to be ab ;to avoid
0" CORSET FOR SALE.
tho old credit and high price sytem
iting to the people of I rAe and
ared to offer goods at MA1O4~SS
b. I do not buy goods on Z gu be
like somec of my . ompetitpis~ thre.
PRICES.- Compare any p op-1is6
Dres Gods8, 0,11, :4
A big drive in badfea' 69l~Iasa
40e. Trimm~ed Hats 25,4 Q7~
s.omeothing nice at $5o @ 6 ~
to somehings k /
make at $2.0 % 2~0
~e a rd, 25 @ 88}o .