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rTOWN AND COUNTY.
SATURDAY, November 2, : s : 1879.
TE'R.s OFTils NiwHvS AND IIIIRALD.
-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per.
annum, in1 1dvanee; weokly edition,
two dollars and 1111 cents pCraluum,
in advance. Lberal discount to clubs
of five and upwards.
RA-mriEs or AIVETISIX.-One (ollar
per inch for the first iisertioni, qaId
fifty ceits per Inch for each subsei aent
Insertion. These rates apply to all 11(1
vertscisemIts, of whatever nlatU ec, and
are payable strictly ill advancee. Con
tracts for three, six or twelve months
imade oi very liberal te ins. Tran
sient local notices, fifteen Cents per
line for the first insertion anld seveni
and ole-half cents per line for each
subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged as advor
ti-Sliemits. 'Simpit le allI Imoulenemnts 01
Illarriages and deaths1 published free or
charge, an(I solici(ed.
All comiunications, of whatsoever
nature, should he addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishung Companys
Winnsboro, S. C.
Itemoval-R. B. Hanahan, M. D.
]nsurance-Jas. W. Law.
The concert announced for next
Mondey has been postponed to Decom
Eli James, an negro well known
iibout Winisboro its a great, i illin, has
been sent 'or two years to the Meck
lenberg county, N. C., jail, for
hirceny. Ile'll get his deserts after a
Sprinlgbriigs the bloss.omas. Autumn
brings the fruit-and also colds, etc.,
Ir which nothing superior to Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup has ever been
offered to tie public. It always cures.
Irie 25 cents. *
W are plined to aliloulee the death
of Williin Anderson, son of the Iev.
W. A. Rogers, of this plae, which
ocen irred oil Stturciny iight last at
Smuter. Tile remains were taken to
luishopville for burial. Tihe many
friends of the afflicted parents extend
to thiem heartfelt sympathy.
FIRE 1NSRiANce .-We ask special
attention to the advertisemlent of Mr.
Jamies W. Law, general insurance
ng!entll. Mr. rLTaw represents some of
the oldest anid staunichest companies inl
tile couniitry, aid their solvency mar
be relied upon. Inl his advertisement
lie gives some of the rates at which he
-wil) take risks, and they will be
found very moderate.
The southernbound passengertrain 1,
due at. Wimasboro at 4.57, did not ar
rive oi Friday morning till after eight
o'clock. We suppoe it waited -onl the
Itichmnond & Danville traiu. Is there
no0 remiedy for thissort of irregularity?
It frequently happens, and is a matter
vorthy of the action of the Railroad
Howard Starke, colored, convicted
in September of thme crime of receiving
stolen goods, anid seouteniced to 0one
yearl's impl'rlSiisent ini the penijteni
tiary, has ben pardonecd by Governor
Simpson01, and is nowv at large. We
uniderstanid that the pardon w~as granit
ed onl the petitionl of citizenis, endlorsed
byJ Judge W~allatce anid Solicitor Gas
-THrE CoTToN MARIKET.-Cottonl Sold
ini Winnsboro on Friday at 11.35. Tihe
following quotations of futures,[obtain
ed from telegrams senit from New
Yordl to a firm in tis place, wvill show
tihe course of cotton for the past four
Nov 18-November and Decemuber,
12.28; January, 12.40 ; March, 12.70.
Nov. 19-November end Deccember,
12.88; Jalnuary, 12.45 ; March, 12.75.
Nov. 30-Novembcr alnd December,
12.13; January, 12.283; March, 12.55.
Nov. 21-Decemnber, 12.06 ; January,
12.16. Market depressed in conse
quenlce of a break on Wall street.
The Failura of the Meteors.
Those wvho had faith Iin the predic
Lion of Professor Tico that there wvould
be agranid meteoric display onm the
nlight of tile 18th Iistant, wero disap
piointed at the faihlre, after sitting up)
unearly all uilght. Professor Tice was
pronounlced a humbug, or bogus as
tronlomer, by the papers of his own
city-St. Louis-several days before
tile time hie fixed for the occurrence,
and ~conseqiuently his predictions did
nlot attract general attention. We are.
however, promised that there will real
ly be a meteoric shower about the
nlighlt of the 27th instant. Professor
Richard A. Proctor, ani emninenit as
troniomor, iii a lecture in New York
onl Thursday nlight, p~redicted a dis
play of' meteors seime tinme near thme
above date, giving his reasons as foi
0On the night of November 27th, we
expret to sea a beaittu display of'
-nl10teors' radliatinlg from a 1)oint ?1ear1
the star G4amma, inl the r It foot of
the consatellationi Andromeda, which is
nowv nearly overhead at, about 10)
o'clock at in~ight. It hmae boan ascer
taied that mueteors follow lin flocks In
theo tracks of comiets. .In 1846 Brela's
comlet Wats ob)serlved to splts .1n two.
The two parts each had a head and a
til, and they rushed on sido by sido
no0w one appears to be brihter, and
uogv theothor untIl they diappeared.
At thoeir retura 1852, they woro get
keopiig ip their swift race, bitt they
ha8( r much changed in. form'. InI
186M thh pr ehlou passage was too
-near thm 'un eoi~raft ethem to be ob
seried.' aj 80, when 'they should
h Iave -been seon aga u, they could not
he fotindt They sied&in 1871. But
*lA('t ofi' o o~f that atth
tinSe wljoen the arth ,em'esd th poathi
of thes com it *~& ~ 01to
not happen, he said, because the mete
orto cluster may have been dissipated,
but he felt pretty certai that there
would be a display. The lecturer ad
vised astronomers to keep - a lookout
for about a week previous to the 27th
instsant in a quarter of the heavens from
which the meteors approach, in order,
if possible, to detect the cluster as it
ruishes end-on-end towards the earlh.
2'H, TWELFTHF R1 Z2GIMENT.
General McGowane Accepts the Invitation
to Address the Survivors Next Year.
At the reunion of tho survivors of
the 12th Rlegiment, held in Winnsboro
ist August, Gen. Samuel AlcGowan
and the Rev. C. B. Botts were selected
as the orators for the annual meeting,
to be held in Yorkville on the third
Thursday of August, 1880. The fol
lowing is the reply of General Mciow
an to an Invitation to be present and
address the Association on the (lay
AsnEvn.E C. U., Nov. 4, 1879.
W. G. RKmn. Esq., Secretary:
My Dear S6-Your letter of Octo
ber 291h has been received, ink which
you inform me "that at a re-union of
the survivors of the 12th Regiment, S.
C. V., I was elected to address the sur
vivors at their next meeting to be hold
at Yorkville on the third Thursda' in
None of us can tell what changes
may take place before the time indica
ted for your re-union in 1880. Some,
possibly many, of uts iaiy pass away
before tlat time; but there will still
be survivors, and I think it well to
lilalke arrani geamilients in aIdvince for
such a graml re-union as I hope and
believe you will have.
I have long entertained tho hope
that wo could lhalve a re-ullion of all
the regimenis ot'lthe old brigadc but
if we aire not to have that now, I fknow
of no more fitting place to commeeo
tile movement thal ill the glorious
"Old Twelf'th," which was always in
the iabit of leading I
The trials, suffelriigs and privalt olls
of G"eleral 'Lee's alm11v-'-espCecially
durillg the marvelous canin11i which
was commenceCt alt tile Wil(derness ill
Mav 1861, and enled alt Appoinattox,
A pril 9, 1$65-have never beenm klnowl
or appreciated. Tie oillcers were too
much101 engalged ill ftghtinig battles to
give written accounts of them. ThiI
official reports were iever lllaido, Or it'
imade, lever saw the light. Your re
union will afford a good opportimity
to let tile world kiow something of
this last, long bloody struggle of the
wair, about which so little is knowi.
I am greAtly obliged for your invi
tation to join yol ill the celebral ion,
and if I ai spared and able to get to
Yorkville, I will be with yol on tile
Please give thanks to the Association
for their kindness inm remembering ine,
and receive the saumne for yourself' per
somally. I have tile hlonor to be, very
respectfully, your obedient servaut,
12XJ*LOSIO IX A TU NI R EL.
ThirtyChinamen KClled andl a Mountal
Shaken to its centre.
San FmIAxcisco, November 18.-An
explosion occurred in Tunnel No. 3
onl the narrow gauge railroad 1l'om
Sal Jose to Sanla Cruz early this
millonimg. Iromn tie meagre accounnts
thuis fari received it seemlls that a blalst
wais let oWl about 2,700 feet from tile
mouth ofthle tunn~lel, which caused all
explosion of the gases genlerated by
tile filtering of coal 011 thlrough tile
r'oof and sides of the tunneli. Twenity
0110 Chiamu anmd two white men31
were alt work ill the tumiiiel alt thle timle.
Immmediately about twenlty miore Chmin
almuen ruLshed into thle tuniinel withl
torches io mild Iheir' comrades(1, and
when they had1( penletrated abouet 1,500
feet thleir tor'ches caulsedl a second ex
piosionl more violent thlan the first,
shlalkinig the mountain to its acntr'e.
TIhme wVhite men--Lindle and Johnson
wecre brought out ter'ribly burned,
and about ten Chinamnen, all seriously
inljuredl. As ntear as8 canl be learnedl
8s111 thirty Chinamien were killed.
TIhe second explosion wrm'ecd tile en
insand works. Physicians have
ee despatched to tile sceneO fr'om San
Jose, an11d everything possible is bein~g
(d011 for' the suff'erers'.
.From addltiiol'repor'ts Icoerinmg
tile exp)lsio it seem~s thaft three3 ex..
plosiolls occudJ~l4-theO first at 11:60,p.
mi., thme second( at' 11:55, p. mf., amid thle
thmii'd at 12:20, a. mn. Thlie men were
chamngimng shlifts at the time of the first
exytosion.l. Seven Ch inen have
been takein out, all hor'ribly burned.
Twenty-f'our dead remlain in the tunm
necl. A Chinanman niamned All Wo was
taken ouit burned about tile chest an~d
iinured interl'ily. He was found
dead ill 11is cabinl all 1101u after'wairds,
strangled wvith a silk sell t. The Oli
namt~t ni say thlat lie hanlgef himself, but
the in~dicatlins are thmat 11e was strani
gled by his friends to put him out of
hlis misery. There is a terrible scene
of suffering in tile camp, lad ruLinl all
around~ tile route of thle tuinneh. Tile
enginme for pmllnPinig air Is disabled
pipes arelbroken, sneds wrecked, and
brokentmbemrs scatter'ed all around.
Tile gas preovenmts-any attempit to re
eoyer tile bodies at piresent. The
work will be delayed f'or monlths.
T IEundersigned hereby gives notice'
'I"1ltat he has removed his residence
to tile dwelling fermlerly occupied by D~r.
Isaiah .inmphon. Office in the rear of the
Court House, as- heretof..re.
1R. BI. HANAHAN, M. D.
NOTIOE TO CREDITORS.
LL prsos haingclaims, of what
of everI. iature, agaflinst thle Estate
of JSSEWYRICK(, deceased, are
hiereby notified to establish the same
before the nuldersignled, at his -office,
No. 4, Law Raunge, Winmsboro, S. C.,
on 01' before the first day of December,
A. Dl. 1879.'
oct21txlwt JNO. J. NEIL,
oct 2--txa~id Special Referee..
* . --156 DEGRECE8 ZdRIJ TEST.
ETJ recomtnend the VESTAL
V.OLb a. a safe iluminator. It is
as olear ah4d hite as water, consejuetitly
gives a .brilliant light with ve.ry .li ttlt
odlor. 'Try it. The jirlio .s less timne
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
JAMES W. LAW.
70 the Publi':
Why not Insure your property? See
the cost of a per diom expense:
Daily cost of insuringy $1,00o at 3 per
cent per annum is only 8q cents.
At 2 por co'it. por annum is only 7 c.
At I per cent. per annum is only 4 c.
At I per cent. por annum iM only 21 c.
At I per cent. pi r nnnum is only 2 0.
At. por cent for 3 years is only 1.88 c.
At I per cent. for 3 yoars is onay 1.35 o.
At 14 per cent. for 6 years is only o.8 c.
At 2 per cent. for 5 years is only 1.1 o.
Dwcltings in town or country, detach
ed, Insurable at the following ratos, viz.:
For one year j por cent.
For three years 14 per cent.
For livo years '.-I por cent.
Barns and contents, gin houses, baled
cotton, store houses, uerchandiso, mills
and churches insurable at adequate rates.
I represent only the very best compa
nies of long experience and well estabisi
JAMES W. LAW,
nov. 22-Cm Agent.
TIIE STATE OF SOUT1l CAlOLINA,
CoUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Elizabeth Wood and Obadiah Boulware,
by Georgo 1-. McM.st r, his Gnardian
ad Litem, Plainti's, against W. Rt. Boul
ware, Andre.w Boulwaire, Addi Whito,
Judy Eubank, Berry Boulware. Fletcl.
or Bouiware and II J. J. W. Coleman,
Defen ints. - opy unmuons fur Relief.
Complaint not Served.
To the Dofendants above namod:
Y O are ihcroby summoned and re
qired to awer thIe moiiplatint in
this action, Which i: i led in the ofice (i
the Clerk of Commoint leas for tho said
Connly, and to servo a copy of your an
swer to the said compla.int on tho sull
scribers at their office, No. 1, lhink;
RIange, Winnsboro, N. C., within twenty
days after the mirvicoe hereof. exclu'ive of
t:w day of such service; mid if you fCl to
answer' the complaint within the iaim
aforecad, the iaintiff in thins action Will
apply to the Court for the relief demand
ed in tho coil 11 nt.
GA[LL A HD& REYNOLDS,
Dated October 3, 1879
WV. If. K-:ann, (n. H.]
C. C. C. P. F. 0.
et 4-[1au OwSat
IIE following section of an Ordi
nanl1lce passed oil the 1st of March,
1878, is published by order of Council:
SiWTio\ VI. Ie ii further ordained,
That any person or persons who shall
run, ride or drivo any horse or horses
atit a rpid rate through any of the
streets, or shall ride or drive upon any
of the side walks of said streets, ('r
shall hitch any haorse ori mule to ally
fence or post in such a way as to ob
struct, said side walks, shal:,l be flued
from 011one dollar to to twontyr dollars inl
cach case, according to thc discretion
of the' Intendant.
Tfhe Police have orders to arrest all
violators of. this Ordinance.
E. 8. CuHANDLER,
oct 4 Clerk of Council.
JUST ARRI Vil.
Four hundred pounds of Buck.
A fiue selection of Raisins, Cur
rants and Oitron.
Granulated and pulverized Sn,
gars, and all grades of Brown Su.
P. 11. F.LENNI UEN.
l' HAVE now on haund the largesi
Iand best selected stock of stapih
and fancy Groceries in town.
A comlplete stock of Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Cllothingq &O.
(Grockery, Glassware, Hardware,
Woodenware and WVilloware.
New Mess Mackerel, New' Mest
Shad, Saur Kraub and B~ologna Sau
COOF & Olildler
HIAVE ENLARGED THEIR STOCK OF
Making it entirely unnecessary for their
oitomers to go outside of Winisboro for
any article in their liue. They ploigo
themselvos to giv'e advantages in regard to
VARIETY, QUALITY AND PRICE.
Extra fine artioles whieb tho market
will notjustify in stock, will be procured
on short notio.
AUGHTRY &NARTIN ,
Wil LESALE AND RETAIL I
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
No 174 Main St. (White Fr
COLUMBIA, S. C.
We have Mr. J. S. Gladney with us. ITo
will bo rlad to sie all of hia old friends.
(4iva us ia call beform puirchawin-l! e1s0
whete. AUGITRY & MKARINX.
M. L. KINA RD
OPPOSITE the WHEELER HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
HA4 received the largest stock of
Clothing; that has over boen in Columbia,
and is selling at
LOW PRIM Is
Elegant Cheviot and English Cassimero
Suits made in the latest. Nt3yles. Also, ai
fine line of Soft and 'Stiff1mats, and a well
selected line of Over Coats, of Fur Boav
ers, Ulsters, Kerseys, and Meltons.
Call and Examine my stock before pur.
MR. JAMES -R. ICENNEDY
is with the above establishmnent, and
would be pleased to see his friends when
in the city.
M. L. IKINARD,
oat 4--3m Columbia, S. C.
JUST ARlRIVED one of the finest as
sortmnentq of Liquors in the Blora. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Nectar,
1840; Three Barrels of tine old Wy ~his
key: 1ht, Old Imperial Gabinet Whiskey,
9 ycars old1; 2nd, also, the Mabel Bclle, i
ditto; 3rd, Rloanokco Rye, the oldest, 18
ditto. Corn Whiskev of the best grades,
North Carolina Corn, Sweet an d Sour Mash.
of the best grades Also, Wines and Bran,
dies of the finest brands, I have also a
fine lot of Cigara and Tobacco whLich I
will dispose of at reasonable prices for
cash only. .Give me a call, and Iwill treat
yon right. Philadelphia Lager Beeor al
ways on hand from the colebrated firm of
Borger and Engell. You can find mae at
all times at the Bar undler the Winnsboro
Hontel, next, door to D. Rt. Flennikon's.
Call and see me. ,J. CLENDINING.
PRESERVE YOUR OLD BOOKS.
E. R. STOKES,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER
H5 AS moved opposite the city Hall'
whra he Is fully >roparel, with
first-class workmen, to do all kinds of
work in his line.
BLANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
and bound In any style desired.
My faciltes and long acquaintance with
the business enablo me to 'unrantee
atisfaction on orders for ' Blan kBooks,
Railroad Books, and Blooks for the use of
Clerks of Court, Sheriff.,. Probate Judges,
Masters in Equity, and other conty ofi
cials. Pamphlets, Maga:ines, 'Music,
Nownp ~rs and Periodicals -and all kl'uds
of pu Wations bound on the most ren
sonable terms and in the bestinannor, All
orders promptly attended to..
.te E. i. STORE8I,
Main stet, o posite new City Hall, Co
. lumibia, 8.,
ally that ho is prepared to. give satisfac
tio to alt who maiy favor hita with their
Iwill sbks yon with facilIt--.ountin
ageing and dressing in the latest anJ
n40st dyproved styl', with
J. M. MeCALL
Charapind arbor Shop anid Shun
- aloo~n Wasboro, . O~
Hro* .al -SoeM
his ton -~
ZELLOW PVSR1--BLAOK V0OM'o
It is too soon to forget the ravages of thisi
oruible discaso, wiieh ivill io doubt rcturn in
more Iml'Inanl2it lnd virulent form [i tile fall
aontili of 189.
MAitRtLl/S ilEPATINE, a remlety dItscov
red in Southern Nnlbla anid usert with tch
0ntlerfit1 retmtit9 in 80t1111 A merica where the
lost aggravated1 cases of fever are fo)tid,I
u1118( from o0 to two outnees of bile )to m
itcred or- straittet from the 1)i00o1 vncit fitne( it
wsses through the liver, .1s long s n.4 .11x VXVC.s
f bile exists. l11T Its won.lerili aetion onl tile
lver ilil .920121.0' I thle H liA-rIP not1 only pre
(11s to at ert'itliny any kMild of Fever n111
1112C Vomit, bill also cure 1a'IIJalac. Const I
alloit of tite iIWe.4. Dyspepsiai, tilol all
ailartal dis.mMSeA. -
No o'li iinee feir Yellow Fever who will
'coll 11h1 .V111111 tilurall't anal excess of h414.
011 tihe blomfi 1)y , i 'ig \l :1: .:I.? ii IPA-ixx
lilh issolrl bV ail l -1-'l.ts lit 121 cent an1)d
.00 bl ilols,orwill boii seiln by ex pres by the
A. F. MEitRIAL & CO., PItila., Pa.
T'. Peliber-toni's St illingia or Queen's
21"''le r'1ports of wmOelfleuir'es of Rheitma
s' r, 11r,1-11it, Halt 11itettin, Syp till. Caine-r.
1ter01 iti Sort'.,. 0h-11. (2nne fromn Il; p:12 (tif
It 0oun2try, ire not. (,nly r2uiktlthe hil so
tratt-a1Ilous as to be dloubted was it not for the
b)111,li'eti of proof.
omarkablo Care of worofa, &c.
UA.9K OF COL,. J. C. HIIANSoUN.
KIN fOxN, 0A., Septeinber 15. iS7t.
O P.TS:-i-Or sxteen y'itrs I h'tve etn a Irreal
Llfere' froi crofulit ii its 1nos. listrI nI
8r6n1. I have tl1'en oite'l to 1y room02 111nt1
ed for lifteen years with s'rofuills tilCera
lols. 'I 'mt aipprovedi reerlief1.4 for sueil1
ases li'd heefit Itsmi, 111 t he O ' i'os, etn211inen2at
hysie'lans comtiei, wvit vtm. a tiy deelrilee
1111t. ''1 11tt prottra t, I, d e . 18o3 poli1.
lag. 1 wal4 atnvi td iy Dr. Ayer. of Fioyl (*18I-I,.
y. 0G1., to enn112uenice I 1l us of y.).8' Chi'o111l
2xI rat't Stt!!!uglia. l nt I .-: ; u i . 411 nsti li lit.
0 '8leserlibe Ilhi. reliet I fi..tdi ied (201:t iili- e of
he 181.tilinga 1 it It. Is to otl'vey an1 ad (2t11t1
lea oc tile litettity of Illy stilT iliig ht-fote
i.n2g yotir medlelte' ; ItifilI'n. to sn y13'. I ab'iit
oiled 41ll other retaledte i till coni linmecd cI'e use.
'o' r ExtraUtI Of HttItllIi.l, 11111 1 C;'22 1ay
ri'ly 1 1 tIret of t81 pail1," of lil1 il vn.' ,
rI'h noth iro, to o I r1tal. 11te aivi e pir-tilt of
3ii pro'eion. More titr eight inntl h alve
likisI SinceV this remintkabio cure, witlhont
.ny et.2tn of lt irO.oIlt
For thil t11.h of Itlhr- above sat at emen C,. I ref'rI
o0i1ny gentlemani1 In 1 1:11ow Comity, (i..,ad
01110 t111i In (of tile b'tr'or Clwerokev Ciretil.,
rhoe r tll~aintel with1 ine. I siall over
emualn, witl i thIlee lest gratittido,
Your obeillInt. servait.,
J. C. BIt A NSON, Att'y. at Law.
W9 ESO-ItNT, (I A., S'pt. IC. 187n.
OFNTS:---ly taligtllte r w2as t Aken l2 t hOi ',10
1lly of . 1111", is.1:1. wi1w al was tull plI) d to be
Wt'te 'lletimatih-n. nd was treated for iti(
118n6 witi I8o sieces. Illar 1 h,01, followl:.
1leCeS of 1('14 tg.8I1.0 work o1t, of the !-0.118.
81rm, fallcontli ( e'8c 8 1 1ip.-r till ali Ihe bo.e
ro;, !i he lbow 2oM2 %hi si'.t1oler j '1t8 cai- o'1m.
laity pliens of(it~m oi f 11.ght, 1001. ari
1g. The MIS. i 1 ) 11the ' r82o2 eeI 1 11 Ill
'hite 1'wellsg. M!rh-il w:f 11he n c0111c'
.1o0i six yr'ar 1 o(hm'i. Ir'd. 311mi lit (-:1!;v con8
!tered lipelesms. I Wa's tiitttl.1 IO try r. 1-1 -
ri'tOis's Cnnpolini 1c9rat (i f :.tilin 1 . l ::l
Vj80 wll' saW tilai % 1. 18 lf ct s 1!1:. 1 2.1%ha
ont) 'ile'n tihe ul set of It 1. 111111 l i 1;4'. All.
M1y (laterhtt'1 was4ii tIeI ' > hI 1 'z' h61 ! h111it
,1% i rs 1 'iork. 1he" Fit, 11 or* ev -!) 1 I ov8r
.litheisth ) 88b89 t 1 t iow 18 ta ny*1 all0( <'('a . aii'
00880, f.,'8 ; td l10111 ~ 11 (eel. 11
ewfi 'st1)1 of (1 10I -hi s wi t lked vvroi2s1s i lI
nOmi. Her go -n 11l Ilea III) It)ow oool.i l I
lelive she will, as 11n8 i lim s gain 25 . rm:-h
a1ik well. I i r(blite tll.r Ae I2vry, r' t11 l lO
l'in, OILGor], to 1It;us of yettr !!ivalttale
With gralltitile, I am, Yor., truly.
W11'. B. BLANTON,
WFT Pof%*T, (14., HP14 It;, 1871).
G TS :-11 h a C V.lo 1 1:110 it M r. W. 11.
3lniltn we know ami ' certify to im 1being I rtin.
'lift oit'n P!t-8 t lktnitire- s of Il nol'-f , t il.vet
< elitizens will to 1001' to't. As muCh reference
1al bHe ginersw;Ilod ol val heeco
F RA A VOD & WAI. ER, Druggists.
IOWSTN. I ). PIC 1. S.
Clii. frM urll'rs s rLINT A pre
Pire(l hy A. F. M l PREKl & CO., liRita., 1a.
Sold by li Ds Ilt -r*,.o int 14v-4e, or senit
iy eXpressq. Agents wvanted to ennvassi every
8Send for Pook-"Onriot's Story"---free o tiall.
ledicnsi set, to poor people payable i ist'al
may 81 .
I'HE unersignedl wdcall fpteclialo
atetion t~llo toheir nwloeive
Phoro pucagg irfood have beenseltdwth
3tpeclily rflereneto thel wats bof thi
rinre, and will be, sold at o stmb
We wtold cnsltlo t a atte ticlesf to
beuc Gooeatd oiery snad Averyeme t.
A aollcnm purhaes ans rethecfully
AT EATO GARANTEED.
JOngre G ot, Gon deportsouth ofMris
lete, i\ vrinngor,. 0
Wr ful epoatulcl the lottention os
omds and requemtin onupectionofethe
Lviorg puCaling, Our 013'goos han en
riedwill cob youthadw asel oos ahs
Ian bp aogh any omn oy.ayhee
0We ol ah attention. P oth
~pny Goods,-Ne Hory, ret. Avr rt
" ot MentofTies adIC oterNck
roodsbLaoe, Eorithe Frillngetin o
Outr ednts' God depar880,. wla: olom
pfltet lan 'vdry hing. hulp'
Inveav ~oodcsuoh to Jorn, uprseys
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wil covno o ht osl 'gosa
sha as anybody,~8~
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lat hailfe~1ll i 3 .1 &II11ticmit 010~~ b t
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with ot, llg 41 l 30t11 %%hf havedi~.''I~'
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*iri be p it, id n Clergy lii fi l ' 1 i2.2'13tl
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