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TOWN AND COUNTY,
SATURDAY, Dicember18, t t t 1870.
T1EiMsos OFTLuE Nws AN) HEnAwD.
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two dollars aid fifty cents peraunm,
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ient local n1otices, fifteen cents per
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tributes of respect charged ats adver
tisemnents. Simple announcements or
marriages and deatlis published free o1
charge, aid solicited.
All conumnicationfs, of whatsoever
- nature, 811ould be addressed to the
Winnsboro Ptublishing Company&
Winnsboro, S. C.
Lost-Troy P. Lumpkill.
E ixeutor's Not ice-Lafayetic Poteet.
Clerk's Sals-W.. 11. Korr, Clerk.
Dry Goodis, et.-J. M. Ueaty & Co.
Merry Christins-P. Liandecker &
As t perfectly reliabli and economi
cal remedy, we cordially recommend
Dr. Bull's Congh Syrup. Price 25
cents a bottle. For sale everywhere. *
The Rev. E.J. Meynardlo, D. D., w ill
preach in the Methojdist Church to
morrow at 7 o'clock. The Rev. W. A.
Rogers will conduct tlih niorning Ser
vic(es as usual.
SMOKE the Celebrated "Monflarch of
Oao South" Cigjge'. Five thou-sawl
.ust received at p. W. jabenicht's,
W ashington St., near Depot. *tf
Mr. F. W. Habenichit hasl been ret
ceiviug some file fish lately. On
Thursday ho 1had sonic ''rock fisho
which wCeIe the nuest we have ever*
seen. Many of them vere lninally
large. Mr. labonicht conifltiuCs to
supl)l)lv the market with fish and oys
ters, always fresh.
Mr. 1). IR. Flenniken, whose now
adver'tisement is crowded out of this
issue but will appea In our next , has
just received a fresh lot of groc1es1,
consistingin part of new-crop New
Orleans iolasses, sugars of all grades,
Jackson's best Famnily Flonr1', cheese,
mfacarani, raisins, curranti,eitron, etc.
Give him ia call, and you'll surely coime!
The Southern Planter and Farmcr,
for December, is onl our1 table, and we
find it a g'ood numiber. Thelainjg
article oi "Green Fallow Crops, A ni
mal MaInnures and Commercial Fertil
izers," by Dr. Elizey, Editor of the
Stock Department, is of vital intereCst
to all farmers. The Doctor has aso
va:luable articles oni Sheep lHusbanidrvu,
and1( many other inter'estinig subjects.
Reports of Farmer's Clubs and other
articles by pr'ominient priactical fuarmi
er's, make the Plan/cer a imost valuaible
1 -mer's p~aperi. WVo comninad it to the
attention of' our1 farmers. I'ublishecd
at ticlinnondu, Va. Price, $:2.00 a
Nmw AJ)VEnTIMKNrrs.-Mcssrs. P.
Landecker & Bro., in biddling the.ir
friends '~I~erry Christmnas," annonnien
that they, have a choice lot of goods
suitable for the Holidays, of which
t'ley invite an inIspectlin. Thley call
special attention to their' fity-cents
kid gloves. Messrs. Landecher &
Bro. have doneo a flne tr'ade this fill,
and are thereby enabled to offer good
bar'gains. Give them a call.
Messrs. J. M. Boaty & Co. adver
tises a varied selection of goods, of
which they mention shirts, collar's,
hats, clothing, rubber suiits, etc. alIsoI
a lot ofgrocorlos, in great variety, to
bacco, crockery, woodenware, ntc. In
addition to these articles, they have ini
. stor'o a full suppjly or goods in too
great variet y for enumeration. Messrs.
Beatyv & Co. make a specialty of the
"Bay State Shoe,'' which is generally
admitted to be a sup~erior article.
,TiE FIREIGIT ON COTTON-The Co
lumbia Regfister' of Thur'sday says:
''On Tuesday last .Judgo Mackey heard
argumenat in thme matter of the applica
tion of M. L. Bonihamn, Railroad Comn
missioner, for' an injunction to restrain
the Charlotte, CIolur.bia and Augusta
.Railroad '- Company from exceeding
their charter limits in the .charges on
cotton. Messr~s. John T. Rheft, of Co
lumbia, and JTulins H. Hleyward, of
Greenville, appear'ed, with the Attor
nob General,' In behalf of the Railroad
Commissioner, an d Colonel.Rioni for
the railroad. After full and .able ar
gument on both sides, the Judge de
tcrmined to render his decision at a
)ator day. Thle question is, shall cot
ton be called an~ article,. of mneasure
-mont? and upon the antswei' depends
a great deal, so far~as the interests of'
Columbia are concerned, The State
maintains that cotton should be charg
*ed for by weight, and the railroad
company claims tihe right to charge by
AnnAMOTn1 WEERUAE.--MesSr's. RI
ordlan &.Dawvson, the p)roprietors of;
the Notwgmd Uoioie, are'nothming~ if
'not enterprisl)lg. Not satisfied withi
the great ancsa Which the weekly!
.N'ewe has had this * af they are de
termined to increase its eIgdculation thme
oninig year by s~naking It 'etili miore
- orthy. of patronage.. One *ofj the
gvestest . attraotionis of the w'eekly
a ioe In '1880, will be '#isequel to Mts.
argan/ Meteei' bo 1lfi
'~ aor, ~ he Bigom 0 the K c~,
1,ih 9 w istoy will bQcalled "fonor
~'~~ rms," twn wrill dol bl e4l, rk
i 5~A431.the 8w0'14 d
pages of nin colulns each, each col
columuili being . twenty-fIvo and three
quarter inches in leigch, so that all
long It has been of imposing size;,but
two pages are to be added on New
Year's Day, making the weekly News
thereafter a paper of six pages nine Col
umns each-each column twenty-five
and three-<minarter inches in length.
This is truly t mammoth paper, an3d it
is ts excellent it (tiality as it is im
mense it size, so that. any of our read
ers who desire and can allord a paper
plublished beyond the limits of tile
county, could notdo better thaln to
tike the weekly News, the price of
which.has not been increased, but is
still two dollhrs a year.
LmItuRY MNIAnt(Am BpiniLs.-A beau
tifil and illpres'sive ceremioniy Wals
performed in Scion Church on Thurs
day evening, the occasion being the
itairriage of J. T. Barron, Enq., nw of
Columbia, with Miss Florido Callionit,
daughter of Col. James 11. Iion, of
Winnsboro., By some strange tind un
Itccountable perversity, the weath'er
wriich had been so beautiful of late,
suddenly chatited, and raii pouired inl
torrents all the afternoon aind up to
the time of ile ceremony, rendering
loconmotion exceedingly difficult and
isagreeable. But wheni 'Itipid mounts
[he throne, 111de Boreas and the, rain
ing 1lyades aiidt all the other gods and
1o(ddtesses, including even the Ameri:
MU deity, "Old Probs," are powerless
lo bend his will or to damp the ardor
jf his votaries. Carriages, buggies,
Liuibrella11s, waterproofis, orceoats,
I'ubbers and lnterlis vere pressed into
service, aid by the appointed hour all
lthe invited guests who could ventureI
Alt in the inclenieiit weather were;
"ith.lered at (lie church. Messrs. J. Z.
Duilap and 0. 11. Alcfitater acted ats:
ishiers. The lp-idal party entered inl:
he following order: Mliss lannah
Ilionl; Capt. Wilic Jones wi0h AlIi,:fs
Alice Untch-umnl; Mrl. W. WV. Fry With!
Ml iss Sallie 111Ph0r; Capt. Joeus ]onl
mail w6ih Miss Mlauie Tih: rrion; Mr.
Norwood lludke nith 1i ss Mici't""l
Rion; and then the bride and groomli. At
er the aitendant s 1md grouped them
-elves in order. the bride and groom elect
rdvanced, and t he Rev. Mr. Pratt, tifter
l solein and impressive diiscourse and
Whort ationi, joined thein in the holy
Doids of matrimony. The wedding
group formed a most pleasing tableau.
ile cereoonv ended, some time claps
dii g'tting the party and their guiests
in their respective carriages. A very
harmin tg reeptiot at the residence
.)r the bid'nie's father fbillowed, and froimi
ight to twelve mirth and joy abound
i'd. The bride was lovely and receiv
Ad the well-wishes of her friends with
Ulignity. The groolm appeared fully to
realize that ie had made tie hi:pplest
lit of his life. Tihe bridesmaids and'
the other young ladies present were
inst 'too awfully killng" and they
anassacrecd their adorer's with the
irace of Venus and thie cruelty of a
Piuto Indian11. The marrwtied men
anght thme infection and were scalped
re'nmrselesslyV. The marri'iied ladies
ulso sustained themmselvcs most fully,'
ind imlicioutsly g ave their '"lords"
"'more rope," ini order- that they
night the mocre surely hanig themi
selv'es. The old folks -became
younig and the young peop~le youngmer.
fum a word( Cuidi( caunghit the hands on
thie dial plate of Time and put them
back so far', that the old fellow wvill
Il ve to spend all his next year's sallary
an thle 01'Olymiani watch makers. The
mipper was indescr'ibable. The pen
iust yield to the fork. Our gastro
unomic power fully displayed itself and
lid amllple justice. But intellectually
wve are too woek to give it its just
incd. it can only be said there was
nothingo omitted that could be desired.
A t in 'igh t. the party disperSed, uinan
Ltlously agreeing gmat this was the so
3iai cyent of the season. Best wishes
to the newly nmarried couple. May their
life be alwvays as happy as their wed
A LL person 9 having claims against the
E~.1stato of Mrs. Nanoy A dalino Po
ioot, deconsed, are required to hand them
in to the undersigned daly attestodl at
once. LAFAYE'TTE POTE~ET.
dee 13-ti1 Qualifleld Extr.
10ST ' or* 'bout Wimnshor", a Due
. JJ i1 gi von to the undersigned by
Ilenty & Bro., for two hundred and fifty
nino 47..100 ($259.47) dollars, of (late Do
Bomber 8. 1879. All parties are hereby
warned not to tralea for the same, as pay
inent has been forbidden.
.do1-tx1 TRiOY T. LUMPKIN.
CLI ERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA'
COUNTY OF~ FAIRlFIELD.
George W. Witte; Piaintiff, vs. John R.
Martin nnmd Others, DefendAnts.
TN puriSUanceO of an order of the Court
jof' ommon Pleas, made in the above
statedI case, I will offer for sale, before ithe
Court Houso door in WVInnsbor, on the
first Monday in January next,.- within
the, legal hoars of saa at public outcr y,
to the highest bidder, the following
eiescribod property, to wit:
All' that oortain tract of hand,
situato, ling and being in the coulntr
of Fa'ilrfloM, in the State of South Carol -
nai, containing rwsfvE HUN4DnED AND SEVEN
TY FIvj AcRs, iuore orh ess, and bounded on
the north by lands recently~ belongling to
estate of'-Peny, deceased, known an' thme
Dutchmanm's Creek Ilace,no* in posses-.
Blon of Rt. G. Lamar; on the east by land
purobased at the sale of said 'estate by
hln HI.Cathmeart an~d E .. fAa nose; on
the west by linds belonging to the estate
nf Strothe' Tid wolk1 deoeasedi ua on the
f,outh by lands belonging tb, eitel Dix
on; said tract of land being, comnmonly
known as tho "G*raham laoe" of the es
tate of Poay.
TERMg 01 SALIE ir
O)ne-third of th'b purobtiso' isono to be
paid in cash; for tite balanoe t' it of
9DOand t'tro yestrh'ftomf the day of sale,
~i1 neest froza said da the bt~rohtser
is bondI,-e trdiya o
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF F.MHFIELD,
Flizableth Wood 1 jet at., Plaintilys, To,
V R. Boulware et al. Defendants.
N pursanoo of an ordor of the Court
of Common Pleas, male in the above.
statod case, I will offer for sale, boforo
the cotit-house door in Winnsboro, on
the first Munday in December next, with
in the legal hours of sida, at publio out
cry, to tho highest, bidder, the following
iig described property, to wit:
All that lot, pieco and parcel of land,
l i-In, boing and situate in the county of
I'airfield, Stato of South Carolina, con
tainingi ON HUxoNi)D AND SIXTY as,
mnoro or less, iand.boundod on the %orth
by laids of A. J. Boulwaro and W. It.
Boulwaro, on the east by lands of Edward
Tayler and tho estate of R. D. Boulwaro,
deceasod, on the south by lands of L.
Feaster, and on tho west by Broad tiv'or.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-half of thn purolase-monoy to be
paid in cash, and the balanoo in one yoar
from tho day of salo, with il rest from
said day,, payable annually, the purchas
er to give for such balance a bond
secured by a mortgage of the promises
sold, and to pay for all tecess-ry paperv.
W. H. KERR,
Clerk'; Oflco C. C. C. P. F. 0.
Wininsboro, S. 11.,
Dec. 12. 1879.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Mary A. Lyle,, Plai-tilff, vs.-John W.
LIyles. as Adminibtrator, and Others,
IN mranance of an order of the Court of
L ennioen Pleas, made In the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before
the court-house door in Winnsboro, on
the t'st Monday in December next, with
inth o legal hourr; of;mle, it public.out
ery, to the highest bidder, the following
(cseriled property, to wit:
All that picae, 1)urcl or tract of land,
lying, liing nand situato in the comity (f
.iirnild, 8 ate ot-outh Carolina. contain.
illg ONE IUNIJU) AND TWENTY TITfl2.E
ACRE4, more or less, and bo1uded yI
h.nA o tusan Mcahon, ~Belton E Ly as
0:i-1ldf of t I pmrobase-money to be
.aId ii) caub, atil t-he baiha inl oim. eA er
i um the day ol sale, with i-iterest front
mia~ day, pia*.u't;rxually, the l''rchu' r
t-> gie t'r uolh habuwe a bond, .cirirod
by a morfgago ut ,hIe premuis -s roli, and.
t.,pay ior all necessary papers.
W. 11. KEIR,
Olcrk's OMce, C. 0. C. P. F. C.
Wini:boro, S. C.,
Dec. 12, 1879.
doe 12- td
Now Goods of all kinds continually
aIrivinmg at J. M. Beaity & Co.'s, on
13n. Notions, White- Goods, Hosicry
and ( Calicoes at the corner storo of J.
M. Bealy & Co.
J. M. Ilea!v Z Co.are sellinmg Cloth
ing, Ilais, Rubihber. .d.uiti. and She0s at
lowest CaAI prices.
Remember J.. M. Beaty & Co. make
al, speialy of the athy Siam miai1rd'l
Scrmew Shoes, at the store on thell corner.
A nice stoEk of good Laundried and
Un~lamnndried Shh, ts. C~ollars, Nookwoai
&c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s corner
El-gant Cashmnercs, Mondo Cloths,
Wor-sted, Alpacas, Dress5. Linings,
Crinoline, &c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s
You will find Bilcfhedl Goods, Soa
Island Goods, D~omeistics, Tickings,
Korsevs and Jeans at the corner store
of .1 . Beaty & Co.
Groceries of all kinds, Candy, Crack
ers, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenwatre,
Plowsa, Cutlery, Shot, Powder, etc..
always in stock at the corner store of
J. M. Beaty & Co.
FULL STOCK of the choicest and
most varied assortment of Goods
for the Holidays.
We invito the public's attention
particularly to our.
50 CENTS KID GLOVES.
These are extra cheap and worth
an early inspection.
Ladies' Silk Scarfs and Ties, Ladies'
Hlardkerchiefs in Boxes at the very
P.L INEKER & BRO.
Mince TMeat, Famous New Eng,
land Brand A pple Butter--very fine
-Ginger Preser'ves, Lee & rerrin's
Worcestershire Sauce, Baldwin's
Tomato Catsup", Cooper's Gelatine,
Wilson's Corned B~eef,in 2 lb. Cans.
OAT ME1ALi, PURR AND FRESI.
A ne* lot of Cassinieres, eans,
Kefeeys, ete. .
*Ladles' and Geits' Shoee,
Olothin 9 Hali, Wbite, oods,
Four hundred pounds of Buck
A fine selection of Raisins, Cur
rants and Citron,
Granulated and pulverized Sn
gars, and all grades of Brown Su
D. R. FLENNIKEN.
-M. L. KINARD,
OPPOSITE the WHEELER HOUSE,
HAS roceivnd the largest stock of
Clothing that. has over been in Coltumbia,
and ib re.1i341 a
LOW PR1IKOE.C I
Rivgant Cheviot and F.fnlish Casstmncre
Suits mal in the latest st-yles. Also, a
:ino kine of60 et nd Stitfifats, and a well
slaected nlto of Over Coats, or Fur Beav
er, Ulsters, Kersoys, a( mioltoim.
Call and Examine my stock before pur
MR. JAMES R. KENNEDY
is with the above establislment, and
woul-1 he plaCOd to se his frienda when
inl Clhe city.
M. L. KINARD,
out 4-3m Columbia, 8 C
JUST AlR IVED one 'of the finest as
sortmnent" of' Liquors in the horn. One
Barrel of' Gibsoin's (iolobratdd Old Nectar,
18410; Throo flarrols of fine oldl R ye Whis
key: lsat. Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskcey,4
9) years old ; 2nd, also, the MabeliJ~olle, 0
ditto; 3rd, lloanoke IRyo, the oldlest,l8
ditto. Corn Whiskov of' the best -grades.
North Cairolina Corn, Sweet a nd Sour Mash.
of the bent grades. Aleo, Wines and lBran,
dis of th e finest brands, I have also a
tuno lot of Cigars and Tobacco which I
will dianose of at reasonablo prices for
cash only. Givo me a call, and I will treat
you right. Philadelphia Lager Bedr al
ways on hand from the calebraited firm of
Berger and Engoll. You can ibid me at
all times at the Bar under thri Winnaboro
Hotel, next door to D. IU, Fleunniken's.
Call and see me. J. CLENDIlN1NG.
WVIoLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
No 174 Main St. (Whito Front)
.00LUSMBIA, S. C.
We have Mr.-J. 8. Gladney with uis, He
will be glad to see all of his old friends.
Give us a call before purchasing else
where. AUGH'flY & MARTIN.
c ot 11-3mos
T E utidersigned bogs leave to inform
. his customers rand the public gener
ally that he is prepared to give satisfac
tion to all who, miy favor him with their
H1,. . UTCHiESON
will shave oen with facility-cuttIng
dyeing and dressing in the latesat anil
most approved style, with
J, M. McCALL
At the Champion Barber Sho p and Sham
pooing.Saloon, Winnsboro, 8. 0.. .
AS Agent I will offer for sale, before
?thcourt-house door in Winnsboro,
en Wednesday, the 17th dayf oDecember,
within the legal. hours~ of sale, for cash,
the folloiving personal property, to wit:
'One bay hotae, 'one two-horsc wagon,
otte spotted cow andt calf, one'small year
ling. Sold as the property of Morgan
Latta, under a mortgage given in favor of
Manton Latta, . . B. DAVIS,
Winnaboro, S. 0., Dee. 8, A1879.
A rnntI gara nt4e I adaat
~apital not requlred! WO Will itar$ fOU' ,en
women, bo an 4 irls lnr~kc money faster a~
NQ G- =1
W E realpnetflly call the attention of
thle pblic to our -now lot of
loods, and requost an inspection of thon
beforo purohasing Our goods have been
:arefully aclecte-1, bought at bottom
prives, ant will be Sold a low as they
anal be bouight fromt anybody anywhere.
Wo wouldi call the attention of the
adies to our line of lloaki, Dross goods,
Flaucy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A %,eriy prot.
,y assortint or Tios and other Neck
loods. Laces, 1kginigs, Frillings, eto. In
GREAT VARIETY, n
Our Genta' Good department Is com- g
[)lete in every thing.
In heavy goods. suoh as .Tenna, KerseyR,
Viannels, Homespunai. Uilankets, &o., we F
kre full up, at the lowest prices.
SHOES I SHOES I I 811OES I I I
Comle and examine our Shoes before
Juying. Call and see our stoak, and wo
vill convinco you that. we sell goads as
shea) as anybody.
' We are agents for J. & P. Coats'
3pool Cottou. and Boldiug Bros. & Co,'s
3pool Silk--New York Prices.
ot 7McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
Olard, Dupuy & Co.'s Cognac. Old
Famice ittm, . Old Gofden Sherry
Winle, Pure 11ollan1d Gill,
Nathan's 1868 Cabinet Rye Whiskey.
The Pure Old Saratoga R1ye W hiskey.
The Gibson & Co.l's XXXX Rve
The lDave Jones Kentucky Bourbou
The I Harpor Kentucky Rye Whiskeyj
Old North Carolina Corn Whiskey.
Old1 New IN gland Rumt.
Best Juniper Berry Gin.
Old Blackberrv Br'andy.
Pure Juice CalIiiiia Port Wine.
Clear Old(1 Ginger Brandy.
Old North Cirollina Ai)lile Brandv.
Pure Virginia A>le Brand%.
North Carolina 1 ach Bran'dy.
Sweet Apple Cider. 4
.rure Cr ab Appine (Adoa.
A goo(. assortinent of Plantation
Blackwell's Genuine Smoking To-.
Five Grades Good Chewing Tobac
TEN THOUSAND COGABS e
Of Best Make.
The above goods are warranted as it
reptresented, and guarateoed to suit
my customers. a
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH au
By . F. W. HABENICHIT,
Rear Town Hall, near Passenger Depot.
Come and make a purchase.
Everything that is nice
Such as Mince Meat, Dried Beef,
Hams, uncanvassed, Breakfast Strips,
Pickled rigs' Feet Irish Potatoes,
Onions, B~uckwheat Flour, Kentucky
Cabbage and Saur Kraut, Fresh
Cream Cheese, Italian Macaroni, &o. c
All kinds ot Mixed Pickles and
Give me a call. I will not be tun
W H. DONLY,
dec 11 *On the Corner.
15 e i g*en. a.kemr
than the amn9a a ted atove. Non~er al
tmemonerat. Aneecan 4othe woflk
votn you eeningan spare time tthe
buh iin Ve in or m nt anl~
xnwasotthe bes.laibitn bt
Seen my stockjjno rniture, which
3WOst, and cheapost, according to .g
sw supply of Chromos, 1:icture Frar
badoR, Mirrors, &c. .FurnIture neat
Lumber and Laths for stilo. .I am.
aetory, All nrder promptly Attende
'ilson New Improved Sowing liacht
" IRi. A. (OLARX,
00 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Tho tdistinctiv'o fr-atures of this :spool
attc n are thant it is made from the very
SEA 1SLAXD COTTON.
It is finished soft as tho otfton from
'hich it is: m cl ; it hy no wvaxing or
rtificial fiih to deceive the eyes;'iL is
10 strongest, smoothent anid mnost ehiistio
nvign thread in t~he market; fer machine
Swing it has no egnal; it is wound on~
The Black is the most.
rv produced in spool cotton, being
yod by asyst(em patented by ourselves.
hle colors are dyed by the
NEW ANILINE PRVOESS
mndering them so perfect and brilliant
mt dress-makers overy where use them
IStead~ of sowing silks.
A Gold Medial was awarded this spool
tton at Paris, 18'7d, for "great st~rength'
id "general oxcellence': being the high
it award given for spool cotten..
We invite comparison and respeetfully
ik ladies to give it a fair trial and coni
noe thomsolves of its superiority over
o be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. BOAG.
olilor & Ghhidler
[AVE ENLARIGED) THEIR STOOK OF
Maldng it entirely unnecesry fer their
ustomors to go outsido of Winnsboro-for
nxy article in their line. They, pled ge
aemseulves to give ad vantages in regardlto
rARIETY, QUALITY AND PRICE
Extra fne. artieles which the mar~ket
'i11 not justify in stook, will be proouted
m0'ar mm a
- . . e.
. R-IAVE -
is ore of. the largest, handsbyiest
lalit % to.be-found in WinpsVoro. '
les, Vall Pockets, Brackets, Window
ly roppired at moderate prices. . ".'
agent for a Door,.: Sash and Blind
d to.. Also, agent for the Wheek
)e, and two others.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
OES A I
-. 3 3 UNION SQUAR
MASS. .NEW-YORK CITY. *
For restoring Gray Hair to
Its natural Vitality and Color.
which is at one
a g r e e'n b e
healthy, and ofi
hair. Faded or
gray hair is soops
restored to its
with the gloss and freshness of youth.
Thin -hair is thickened,- falling hair
h -cked, and -baldness often,' though
not always, cured by is;use. !Notb-- - . '
ing 'can restore the hair whei'e the
follicles are' destroyed, or the. gland.,
atrophlied -and .decayed. But such .as
remain can be saved - for ussfhilness
by this appilication. Instead of foult
in g the hair with a'pasty sediment, it
will1 keel) it clean and vigorous. Its.
occasional use .will prevent the hair'
froni turning gray or falling oft;,'and
consequently prevent baldness. , Free
from: . those deleterious, substances
whidh make some preparationis dan..
gorous, and injurious to the hair,' the
Vigor enn only benefit but not-harsu
it. .If wanted merely for a
nothing else can be found so desir
able.. . Containing neither . oil nor
dye, it does not soil white' cambic,
and yet lasts long~ on the hair, giving
it a rich; glossy Tuastro and a grateful
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co,
Pratical aud Analytical OChemists,
JRESERVE YOUR OLD BOOKS,
E. R. STOKES,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTUR$Y
TIAS moved'opposite the'city 'Halt
' '. where he! is fully prepared, withY'
firs~t-cla..s workznen1 to do all kinds of'~
work in bia line.
BLANK BOOKS RIULED to ainy patterns
ari(a bound in.any style desired.
'My'faIIoitiad long aequaintance with
the business enable me to guarantee
satisfaction on orders for JSlan'k Books,
Railroad Books, andflooks for the' us4' of
Clerks of Court, Sheriffs, Probate Jdges,
Masters in Equity, and other eoun.ty .0o114
elals. . Pamphilets, Magazine. Musio
Newsp~ar ndPeriodicale'ahd all kindg'
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