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TOWN AND COUNTY.
TUESDAY, November 18, : : a 1879.
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Notice-E. S. Chandler, Clerk of
LVRCoumty Treasurer Davis requests
us to say thtdall school claims issued for
the year ending October 1, 1879, vill
be paid hi full on priesentation at his
We regret to learn that Mr. Jesse
Dellony loit his -barn-and stables by
fire ]lst Tucsday ight. Tihe entiro
contents of-corn and fodder wore de
stroyed. The, fli-eis supposed to have
The I-listrionic Clu'> will give an en
testainiment on the evening of' the 24th
inst. The selectiqu of plas is goodI
and os the Club has )oon inl prakctie
for the occaion, a fir-rate entertain
Iment 1m1a be anit icipated. Wo trust
there will b 3 a full house.
MrIs. Mairy Cablhawell, wife of Mr.
James E. CAldwell, (ell on1 Saturday
evening last. Mrs. Caldwell had been
lit bad health for some pilevious to her
death for souie previous to her. Sh'
was in her sixty-ffth year. Hier
family have the sympathy, of a large
mnmber of friends.
JOUmNAITIC.-We have had the
pleasure of i call from Mrs. M. E.
31ritton, editor of the Charleston ifome
Circle, and Miss Eva Britton, the little
editor of the Hurricane. The ilome
Circle was started some months ago,
amd since then hIs constantly improv
ed i matte r and appearance and, wNe
.iudge, il patroitie. It is a well
priilted paper, aid the matter, both
original mid selected, is good. The
Hurricane, a monthly pappr for lit tle
folks, has only recently started. If its
colmumis partake of the sprightliness
and spice of its little editor, it cannot
fail to prove a success.
FAIuFIELD AT TIlE Flu.-Inx the list
of premnius at the Stato Fair in Ce
lumubla, we notice the following,
awarded to exhibitors from Fairfield:
0. F. Chappell, white biurir artichokes;
Mrs. N. C. Rtobertson, apple vinegar;
Mr's. M. Owings. dried figs, cream
chocolate; Mrs. Jno. A. Brice, sweet
tomatto pickles, green tomat o pickles;
Mrs. W. Mt. Nelson, sweet pickles,
apple lpreserves; Mr's. N. C. Robert
sonl, sweet tomato pickles; Miss
Anderson, walnut catsup; J. M.
Elliott, the ElIli't~t Cotton Gi; Ned
Rlobertson, best ploughing by colored
men; 0. Fi. Chappell, best ploughinmg
by white men ; I D. R. Elki n, Brah..
mini bull,- Brahimin cow; J. B. Tfur
ner, Jersey heifer; D. RL. Flenniken,
Jersey heifer; James Pagan, grade
bull; Miss M. L. Rlosborough patch
work ; Mr's. WT. 11. Williams, cushion ;
Mrs. J. M. Owings, lace tidy ; :; ames
flolick, light drtaft flly7 one, year old ;
J1. P. ElkIn, Essex boar and sowv; A.
0. Bookmnan, Berkshire boar' and sow ;
Arthur Hayes, B3erkshire sow; 0.]F.
Chanppell, Jersey sow aind pigs, grade
boar; N. C. Robertson, red oats; D.
R1. Elkini, pumpkins; 0. F. Chappell,
beets, bale of native gr'ass hay, oat
stiraw, foddei', shucks; T. L,. Butlow,
buff cochin's; Miss Amnanda Davis,
talma, talma shams; R. E. Ellisoni,
Jr., Cotswold buck, two years old.
lif G. L.. .. A T Wnla FAIR.
A Handpome Reoception at the Hand. of
the Columbia BIlitary-The Review of the
Troopa.-A Very Happy Time--Neos on
[FROM OUR RPROIAL. coRREBSPoNDNT.]
COLUMunu, S. C., November 16, 1879.
-As many of your r'eadoes know, the
Gordon Light Infantry left Winns..
bore for this city on the morning of
the 18th instaut, for the purpose of
p Iarticipating fn the Inspection and i'e
iew of the State troop~s that day. On
Kour arrival In Columbia we weire
greeted by a salute fr'om theoguns of the
Columbia FlyIng Ar'tilcry, and were
receIVed1 bI trute military style b~y the
Governor's Guards. The line of
march was soon taken up for our
hueadqiuarters, the armory of the
Guards, which -was reached in due
time, and where we found ihrther
ovidences of the thoughtfulness of our
hosts. Captain Jones of the Guards
thou itroduced Captain Marshall of
-the Ar'tillory, who in olpquent and
bur~ning Words welcomed, us .td Co
lnmbiti. Qaptiny Marshall's .romarks
wvore singillar-ly appropriate, andiwont
lght straight tophet hiearits of the "Boro
by"Captain. JIorden, our .own
Idlot' r~ppod i ulta)$ft to -thes ad
dresy 'oft oionackuiwfedglng
l1tly t ho h ~idspik i'ocoptlon the . L.
S Ihiat inotelwth 2a- the lii~nds-of the
p #ste tgiglitrnand pcaos
& ) th %ddqf frioet
betook themselves to getting acquaint
cd with their gallant land hospitable
hostS. This latter was not a diflicult
task, for the Columbia soldiers receiv
ed us with open arms, and we were
all soon made to feel that we were
surrounded by friends. Captain Mar
shall had said to us that as soon as the
hospitality of the Gu iards was exhaust
ed, the Artillery wou ld be glad to see
us, but we were so well takei care of
by the former that we forgot to call
on the latter-au oversight that will
nio doubt be excused "under the cir
cumstances." Before 1 10s sight of it
I will remark right here that the
Punch was very excellent and exceed
ingly pilatable, and that the recollec
tionl of it is still green inl the stoin
shoul say hearts of tile bovs. The
s,;mile it p'rottuced was wondleiful, and
there are traces of it yet lillgerilng on
tile couitenianiics of many of th
G. L. 1. imn ftl
Afler a fill iterchamnge of civilities
and reonwed "smiling," wo wNere dis
missed utitil 9.30, a. iml., at which, hour
we were ordered to assemble for inl
spection and review. Breakfatst Wits
now hlie rallying cry, an11d we broke
into grouips in search of that greatly
needed article. We however here en
countered our first drawback, as fail
whoi attend fairs know that to get
breakfalst is no easy matter, and is oil
tained only after much trouble and
annoyance. Your correspondent was
finally aichored at Wright's Hotel, a
well kept establishment, by the way,
and, after a long tIial of patience, suc
ceeded in sattisyin, the inner man,
for the time being at least.
At ten o'clock tile comlpaniy marched
out. and "f64lOed. on Richardson
street h'6 frolt of tile Wheelcr I louse,
taking the riglt of tihe line, the liel
land Bi&ttuim -beig bn the left. Ala jor
Thompson assulmed commail ot' the
battaliou,and dii-octed tie march up
IThardson street In colhunnu of pia
toons. A IIlt was called on onnda
ry street near ' tlic fhir grounds, and
the battalion blrouigIlt to a "rest" while
walling for the reviewing olicers to
put iiin aln appearance. Inl ia very
short tutne thil. Artillery was hearil
'boomiig" oil our left-that is, onc < f
theim. The other didn't boom ''worth
a cent, oil account of' sole0 drange
mlent that we "InfittryV fellows''
couldi't uiderstand. Aiiyhow we
foiuld out that something wis the Iazit
ter with the "'touch-hole," and that
satisiled us. .A'itke being nearly
roasted ill the sunt it was ani
nounced that the Governor..was ip
proalchinuig with - Generals- Kenlc(Iv
ad Moiste%, the rear being bronght up
by quite a brilliant array of Licut.
Colone1is and Maijors, otherwise called
staff ofihcers. Pauks being formcd,
tile usuail comuimands were given for
review. The batluh ion thenl- passed in
review, Ind was aft erwards mispected
bv he Governor and his :ssishints,
alter 'hich the Governor delivered a
tew remarks ex pres;sive of his grailli
cationi at the display mtuade on IIe oi'
c(sion. He also thanked those com
panics present for their proipt re
sponise to the sumnlos to appear on
that day, anfl closed by saving that he
hoped the Legislature would hereafter
do more for the volunteer troops than
it had heretofore done, intImating
pretty plainly that in his opinion tile
mnilitary branch oft he goverinent was
n1ot puroperiy eucouraged and fosteredh.
Thell Governor's remarks were wvell
timled, anid implressed every one wh
heard thiem. The battalion was thienu
dismnissed by Major Thompson, w'ho
took occasion to congratulate the C2o
lumbhia and Winnsboro comp~nies
on their lIne soldierly appearancec and
bearing. Under tihe escor1t of' tihe
Guards thme Gordon Light InuthnIryu~
then mn'rched into the falir groundls',
stacked arms and broke ranks for the
purpose of seeing tihe sights. At live
um the~ alfternloon we- re-asseombled and
ret urnled to hleadquarllters in the city,
where we were fInally dismissedl.
While on the subject of tlyc military
it is blit just td the G. L. L. to say tidt
they'ecnucted themiselves in such a
way as both to merit and .reeive th'e
favorable criticism of 'all 'ho sawv
them. TJlicir r~ceptioif in Columbia
wvas as gratifying as it Avas- unexpect
ed, andt it will be a long. time be'or'e
tihe Governor's Guards and tihe Flyiing
Artillery are for'gotten by? the WXinns-.
hero soldiery. Tihe retinmg extend
edl to uts was so crdil [and( open1
hcarted that we were colmliet ely
naptured, amnd we will not be conltent
ed1 uutil wve have returned it at least
inl four-folhd measure. Long live tile
Guards anid thel Flying Artillery, say
we, and may theyhave the prosp)erity
they so fully deserve. The Boro boys
will dream about thiem, especially time
punch bowvl, and will always remnenm
ber theiir gr'eat kindness and generous
T.Iho FI~r was undoubtedly a great
success, and its management shoutld
feel much encouraged. With a few
exceptions the several depart muents
presented hlihly creditable dislhays..
A ver'y large crowd was in at tend~ance
and everybody appeared to be ini good
spirits. Money seemned abundant, and
was spent lavishly, esp~ecally in' the
large room tundcer time grand stanid.
And this brings me to speak of one0
featunre of the Fair that was not only
not creditable, but positively dIsgrace
fuml. I refer to the multitudeof "games"
or "traps" that were operatedl to illch
and bleed tihe pockets of the risiung
gencr'ationm. I was told that they
were seventeen in numuber, and fr'oum
personal obsorvatonm they did a thriiv
ing bushiness.... It was sur'prising to see
sober-minded, senusible mtenu takoen un
and( swindled ini broad day' irht. A
I "omaincunt candidato for sf~criff in
Fairfield was heard to say, after look
ing at the large number of men aund
boys droppin~g thei' money so .easly,
that lhe thioughit lhe would retire fromn
the countest for sheriff anid r'un for
fool-killer, as there seemed so mnuch
to (1o In that line, 1t is to be hoped
that lacroaftor .tlio ananagers of the
Fair will neo to It that "bunko" mn
and all suchchiaracters are excluded
from the fair grounmds, and ~notpr.
niitted uhder any guise to ply their'
nofarious vocations. Un less such pr'o
coedinigs are stopped, .the people' 61'
the State should r'efuse to patronize
the Fair, and tihe LUogislatufre petitiet.
ed to. withhold its appropr'iationi.
With the abovo exception good order
was seltoverywhere on tihe grouinde,
and nothing prceptibloecaleulated was
to offehud 0ither1 decenc~y 01' proprielty.
Fairfield, a's usual, wasT op auad in
f\o1i force, auft1 socrod t6 held its ownu
pretty wollbar'ri sotne little tho,
"hu Mao erep1'. s40s
M was4 a ppidsin l.- MIa
the drif. of public sentiment, by tI(
Sway-the leadNers Were grouped togethl
('r. 1 heard very little politics talked,
but it. wits predicted thit, the log-roll
lug and wir-0lling would coin
menCIIco ill earnest ats ioo a11is Ihe Legis
hturo meets. Polities aml agricu l
ture do not, mix vell tIoetlher, and it
is best that. they should not. (Z. L. I.
MAl t I El )On the evening' of' fihe
110 hins., at 10 resideie ot IIe
bride's mlother, by the Rter. It. D'.
Pratt., Mt. Jonx F. i% I.AI): to Mliss
NANN- Ex . Wr W i-all of l'airieild.
(The Editors return thanks For s.ome11
delicious enk~e, taid joinl the mlanty
frienlds of* tie bridal pair il w ishtinog.
theml much4,1 joy.)
T ]IE books for the collection of
owl taxes for the Imnilicipal
year eiigdig A pril ;0, 1880, will close
;n tho last dav of Noveimber. Tax
payers are regiesfted to come up and
settle and avoid the rush.
Town Clerk aid Treasiurer.
M Ofli(on at F. Elder & Co.'s
rT IH undersigned begs leavo to inform
Shi.& cutstomters itd tho public gener.
ally that ho is prepared to givo sitifac
tion to all who may fauor him with their
H. 0. lIUTCIIESON
will shave you with facility---cutting
dyeing and dressing in the latest ail
most approved st'yle, with
J. M. McCALL
vt the CLiampion Barber."lhop and Sham
pooina- Salvon, Winnsboro, 8. C.
A IR 1YG1 'Ml J9'y OUAT.
N EW and stylish Di'ss Goods, Fall
-A' nlld WVinter Prn sleed
Bleachinitgs, Cotton FinIe's. Bllecled
and Brwn Ladi(s' aid Gt;nts' Under
wear. A smpec-,iitlty in Gints' Whibite Shirts
--laandiried and uinlaundriod.Sme
thing stylish aid nobby in Gents' tiff
NOTIONS! NOTIONSi NOTIONS!
Romne1ing Iandsomo in Ladies' Ties.
We would call pecviatl ait tntionl Io our
large stock of IIh. celebratted .ly :talte
1 tandard Serewv 1 oots anl hilmes. Gc :ts'
hin TIad ]IIwav ot.s and Shoknes, for ireds
and planltationi 1140. Ia(die:l tissies' 1i1241
OCildren': Sitove in gr.t, varinty of same
mako. These goods are marrantedI not. to
rip. and we will rcturi the price paid for
OVry plkir returniedl to us wvith wood or
paper in the soles.
Fresh G roecries arriving daily.
J. M. .BEA TY & CO.
F RESH GOODS.
J UST opetned1 a nice lot of Kentucky
Saur' Krauttand Ilolognta Sausage.
A choice lot, of Sugar Curied I 1ams,
average size 12 lbs., Urcakfast Strips,
All kinds of fresh groceries arriving
daily. .All the favorite brands of'
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco. Oive
me a call and gfet at batl'rain.
W III. DONLY,
ntov-4l On the Corner.
P'RESERLVEI YOUR OLD BOOKS.
E. R. S0K ES,
BLANK 1100K MANUFACTURER
I AS moved opposite the' city Hall
whore he is fully prepafred, with
first-class workmeri, to dio all kinads of
work in bia line.
ILIANK BOOKS Rui-DJ to any pattern
and bound in any style desired.
My facilities and long acquaintance with
the 'business enablo m11 to guarantee
satisfaction on ordlers for Blankc Iooks,
Railroad Books, and Books for the ulso of
Clerks of Court, SheriTn, Probate Jundgen,
Masters in Equity, and~ other county ofil..
odals. Pamphlets, Magazines, MAunio,
Nowvspapors and Periodicals anid all kinds
of publications bound on the most rea
sonable terms and in the best manner, All
orders promptly attended to.
E. RI. BTOKES,
Main street, opposite now City Hfall, Co
lumbia, 8, 0.
0k1 lTO $000n ayoar, or $8 to $20 a day
tua~e'j'jIn your localitv- No risk. We.
Sdio(0 as wvell as men. Nlaty make niore
than the amnount statedi above. No one0 can fall
to make money inst. Ay one can do the wvork.
You can make from 50 et., to $2 an hour by dO
voig voroenings and spare thino' to the
bitines. othngIke It for money maklng
over offered before. Business pleasant atnd
strictly honorable. Rcailer, If you Want to
knew all abdut the best payIng bustnoss before
the publIc, send 1us youtr address andi we will
send you full partleulars and private terms
free; samples Worth $o also free; you can then
make up youtr mInd for yourselt. Address
1E2-tbmltTIN8ONq & CO., Portland, Mp
6SIA inonth guaran'teed, $12 a daylat
homomad bythe lndustr IU.
Womop, bysWandg mak 5none taster
is lIght and pheasant, antd 811(1 as any on efa i
go1r ght at. These wvhy are wise who can Roe
this notice Will send us thelir addressell at'olico
atnd see tot' themselves, Costly outfIt and terms
tre Now te the time. Those alroady li Worir
lr .$ 0fmny, dre
Seen nmy stock of fuirniture, which
nowest, an(d clupest, according to
110nw Supply of Chromos, icturo Fra
Shados, Mirrors, &c. Furniture non
Lumber and L-tths for sale. I am
Factory. All order promptly at.tond
Wilson Now Improved Bowing Mach
XF'SL AND OYTER.
TO TIE CITIZENS 01" WINNS
BORO AND FAIRFIELD:
I )WOULD respectfullV aniounce to
the public thet. I have 111ade tiutple ar
ranigeilents with the best. louses a
Norf8lk, Su6lbk anld Charleston, t1o
snpply me with FIlS1I SAL.T WA
TER FI1I and the very best
for this season. I will keep them in
store FREShl ON ICE every (1ay, so
(lat mlly custollers caln supply them
selves at any time.
All my Oysters and Fish are guar
aiteed to be iresh and of (Ito
VERY BEST QUALITY.
F. W. IIABENICIIT,
Washington strect, It o Town
Ml. L. KINA RD,
OPPOSITE the WHEELER HOUSE,
COLUMBiA, S. C.,
IAS received the largest stock of
Clothing that Is over been in Colt.mbia,
ard is solling at
Elegant Cheviot and English Cassimero
t-uits m-lo in the latest styles. AlFo, a
flue lino of Soft and Stifl'itals, ai a well
selected line of Over Coats, of Fur Beav
ers, Ulsters. Keracys, uA1.1t Meltons.
Call anid Exammne my ;took beforo pur
MR. JAME~S R. KENNEDY
is with the abovo establishmont, andIO
would bo pleased to soo his friends when
in the oity.
M. L. KI.NARD,
oct 4-3m -Columbia, S. C.
JEANS, JtEANS4, JE~ANSC.
Kerseys, Cassinmres, 01.c. Finst
assort ment we have eycr had1( in stock,
for sale at bottom p~rices. Comoe and
PRINTS! PRINTS!! PRINTS!!!
One hundred and1( fifty pieces of choice
SIIOES! SIIOES!! SIIOES!!!
A splenidid line of Shoes and( Boots.
We wimll soil at
Pecrsons needing aniyt.hinlg ini this
line ili find It to their advaninugo to
iispect our stock beforo purchasing
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortmoente of Liquors in the Boro. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Neetar,
1840; Tihree Barrels of fine old Rye Whis
key: 1st, Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskey,
0 years old; 2nd, also, the Mabel elle, 0
ditto; 3rd, Rloanoko Bye, the oldest, 18
ditto. Corn Whiskco 'of~ the. best grades,
North Carolina Corn,, iweet and Sour Mash..
of the best grados. Also, Winos and Bran,
dies of the finest brands, I have also a
fino lot of Cigars and Tobacoo whieh I
illh dispose of at reasonable pries for
cash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
yon right.. Philladelphia Lager Boeer al
ways on handi from the oelebrated firm di
Borger asid 1ng911. You can find me at
all times at the liar under the Winnisboro
lotot, next deer to Dl. R. )?lenrl)ken's.
Oall aun4 see me. J. OL2NDINING.
JUST RiE OFI1V~D.
EiD arlety, Red Mi at4 Gale
*uheatNo: 1 oat
hi~d niydlf D, KEN
is one of the Jarget, handsomest
juality. to b found in Winnsboro. A
ines, Wall Pockots, Brackets, Window
Jy repaired at modornto prices.
agent for a Door, Saih and Blind
ad to. Also, agent for the Wheeler &
u, and two others.
R. V. PHILLIPS.
Connior & Clianllder W
HAVE ENLARGED THEIR t3TOCK OF
PLATED) WARE, -
Making it entirely unnecessary for their
Customers to go outsido of Winnsboro for
any article in their line. They pledge
themselves to give advantages in regard to
VARIETY, QUALITY AND PRICE.
Extra fine articles which the market
will notjustify in stock, will be procurcd
on short notic.
E STAUL,11IRED 1812.
GEORGE A. CLARK,
4.00 BROADWVAY, IKEW YORK. ci
The distinctive features of this spool
cot toni are that it, 18 made from the v'ery
SieA JSTLAND COTTON.(
It is finished soft as the cotton from
which it is made; it has no waxing or
artilleial finish to deceive the eyes; it i
the strongest, smoothost and most elastic
sewing thread in the market; for machine
sewing it has no equal; it is wound on
W HI TE S PO OL S.
The Black is the most
Cver producedl in spool cotton, becing
dyed by a system patented by, ourselves.
Th ooaare dyed by the
NEWV ANILINE PROOESS
rendering them so perfect and brilliant
that dress-makers everywhere use them
instead of sowing silks.
A Gold Medal wvas awarded this spool
cotton at Paris, 1878, for "great strength''
an d "general excellence" being the high
est award given for spooe! cotton.
We in vite comp jarison and respectfully
ask ladies to give it a fair trial and eon
v'inco themsolves of its superiority over
'ro be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. .UOAG.
. ug 1
W11o ,ESA LE AND IRETAIL
GROCERlS AND COMMISSION
No 174 MaIn St. .(Whito Fr
COLUMIBIA, S. 0.
*We have Mr. J. S. Gladnoy with us. Hie
will be glad to see all of his old friends..
Give us a oall before purchasing o)so.
whore. AUGHITRY & MARTIN.
SMITH'S WORM OIL
A e Rgt a nWS (A., Deenombo, 18798
te Wrml Oli, audtithO e~xt qa i paa16
dls o ryftetlour ~oru ad0 ftm he .
GRANU DISPLAY OF HEY! GOODS!
ECONJD new arrival this season ini Dry Goods, Notions, Mnots, shoes
lothing, Crockery, Glassware, &, & &c., winch I have boulgl)t Cheapelr thati
Dress Goods in all the new and desirable shades, Cashmeros, Crope Cloths
Ad i big drive in lhislket. l)rcs Goods at. 124c.
Ani elegant line of' Cii.eret, Jeans, Red n'id White Flannels, Blanke.ts,
-4 and 10-4 Sleotings, nid P). C. Cotton.
I tm R1iil selling he Peildmont Factory Goods at the old prico, notwith
(andinug the reeollt advanice.
CALI COES! CALICOES!! CALICOES!!! CALICOES
Rest briaids iII fancies at 7c.
A very nice Hie of Cloaks, Shawls, Sacques, &e.
bed ''ickings colinmelcinug as low as 8c. up to A.C. A. at 20 to 25c.
NOTIONS NOTIONS!! NOTIONS!!! NOTIONS!!!!
An elegai line at prices beyonl competition.
Alv Shoe Departniienit is cmIliplete, aud purchased at rock bottom prices, an
ill bo' Sold very low fbr Cash.
Sometinvery 01ci in G lassware ( and Lamps.
I respect'ully invitei the ladies to inspect my .stock before purchasing ciso
here, andit comupare* prica.
Somitlunug new III Vtses-a1 bi drive,
. ihvito a inspection of the ltbovo goods, which T will sell nt, live
Jn lan MIMNAUGH, '
LEADER OF L0Wir PRICES.
UE havs now open, and vill soll as low as any reliatbc hou ie :
V our SOCond supply of )Pall and Winter Goods,
1 easo Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 piocos other brands of Long Cloth.
1 case Bessbrook Joans.
75 pieces assorted Jeans and Cassimoros.
50 pieces now stylo Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeros.
Blankets, whito and colorod, Flannels, Linsays, G
lomespuns, Plaid Hoinespuns, Drillings, Osnaburgs,"Bed TickinIg, Aick
y Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Boulovard Skirts.
A full supply of whit.o and colored Dress Shirts, tUndorshi ta and
Irawors, Bleachod, Brown and Colorod Half Hose.
Clothing and Hats.
Ovorcoats I Overcoats ! ! Overcoats I
For the ladies we havo a nice stock of Undervests, Hosiory, olovos,
tuffling, Collars and Cuffs, Edgings ank Insortions, BibIous, &c.
The "Pinaforo," "Juna," "Pride" and "Beatrice" 0r ots
Whito Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jacmiots, Canbrics and Lawns.
For houso--keeprs, wo havo a fill lino of Table Danask, Dylios,
owels. Bleached andi Brown Shcotings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' MIisses' and Childron's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' tnd Boys' Boots and Shoos.
Trunks, Valises, Satachels, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Departmont can be found everything needful at low
We cordially invito an inspection or our stook, foolhig nsunred that wa
mn please. -"F. ELDERI & 00.
nov 4, -
llNEI' DRY GOOD ADERISmtEN
E have just received a now and largo supply of DRY
GOODS, consisting of all kinds of Cloaks, from tho'vory choap.
ot to the very finest.
Ladies' Sacks and Skirts, in great var ety.
25 dozen very fine imported Children's and Misses' Hose.
All kinds of Ladies' and Misses' Morino and Woolen Vests
Boy' and Children's Merino Skirts Asomething now.
Ladios' Scarfs, from the finest to some at five conts each.
25 piccos Black and Brown Worstod at ton cents per yard.
10 dozen children's Gloves at fivb cents a pair.
Ladies' Shoes-a groat variety.
Ladies' Felt Hats-latest styics.
Blankets in grat variety.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCKEL.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
-WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
ALL AND WINTER GO0 DS
-AT THE - '
INNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOQODS, AND
We take pleasure in announeing t6 our rfen4b 'n4 thi ,ubl1,!
at we are now opening the 1nost an dhiiost
Id Winter Goods, Includiniu rancy, and,!f
ykes of Millinery, Ladies og Goods, h
hk 0. 41114l,,w..$