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Winnsboro Publishing Company;
Winneboro, S. C.
The following is the schedule of arrivals on
the 0. 0. & A. taitroad, upon the basis of Wash.
Ington time, which is m:out, sixteen minutes
ahead of Winnoboro time:
Coluifbia............10.08 a. m.. 10.48 p. in.
Blythewood,........11.42 a. n........11.41 p. m.
1idgoway.........11. 9 a. m ........12.00 p. im.
Winnsboro........ 12.80 p. in.........12.81 a. n.
Ilackstock..... .. 1.09 p. ......... 1.12 a. n
Chester.........,. 1.89 p. In......... 1.41 a. in
Chester .......1.22 p. m......... 241 a. m.
nlacksLock .......... 2.10 p. in.....8.:.. .16 a. in.
Winnsboro.......2.0 1).. . 8.57 a. in.
*i *oay......20 P. in......4.29 a. Mn.
Mlytho wood... 8 88p.in ......4.48 a. in.
Columbia..... ... 4.20 p. in......... 5i80.a. in
Attention I G. L. L.-T. 11. Ketchin,
Clerk's Sales-W. H. Kerr, Clerk.
Sheriff's Sales-J. B. Davis, S. F. C.
Enlargoinent-Connor & Chandler.
No one should neglect a cough, cold
or sore throat. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup enres t and prevents con
sumption. Price 24 cents. *
By reference to the Act of the Legis
lature published elsewhere, it will be
seen that the new feilce law for a por
of Number Eight (loes not go into ef
till the 1st of Januar., 1881.
A HIKNERY - .M'r. J. C1Indining has
stocked a poultry yard on the out
skirts of town,. uin(er the ch.arge of
Mr. Lafiyette Potect, and1( proposes to
sipply Winisboro with sprintg chick
ens and eggs. They are both a great.
disideratum, and we hope the enter
prise will succeetl.
TiE STATE DI-MOCRATIC CONVEN
TION.-The Deniocratic State Execu
tive Connimittee have adopted a reso;
Intion calling a State Conviention to be
held i Colmnbia on Tuesday, June
lst,for the purposp : of nominating
delegates -to the' -latoiial Democratic
Convention, and also to ninjuate
electors for President and Vice-Presi
dent, and candidates for Governor and
othier State offloere. - . -7
A SouvENn.-When the late cx
Governor Means fell at Manassas,
Capt. Jimens Beaty secured a lock of
his hair as a meIgento. . Captain Beaty
1.2secil ad 4holanir faste~nbd ito
a.saijetotree, fixed onapoo i
mnedallion with a lnadscapo in the
back ground. The concep)tioni was as
original and aplpropriiate as the execu
tion is beautitul. in no ,other way
could.:a simle lock of hair b)e)1iAQ to
tell so much. - . su
RAIL.noAn 8TocKs.-The Charlotte
Observer of Friday Rays: "There has
recently beent a very decided rise In
the stocks of railroads .running into
Charlotte. Charlotte, Columbla. and
Augusta stock, which, a short. tihne.
ago, was almost down to nothing, was
sold yesterday at fifty; Air Line stock
is wort,h about thirty-eight, R1ihonid
& Danvillo is quoted at sixty-five,
while North Carolina Railroad stock
-is now about seventy-five." It ~will
be wvelcome news to many people
along the line of the Charlotte, Co
lumbia an(1 Augusta Railroad to learn
that the stock of the Company has
reached fifty. The .indicationar are
that the stock will go still higher, and
we presume, therefore, that holders
will not be too quick to sell.
TH E FENCE -Lii.'-The following'is
the thil text of tihe Act extending the
provisionis of the new fence law-. to a
certain section of Township Number
An-Act to extend the prlovlsions of
Sections.8, 4, 5, 6, 7 and.8.of antAct
entitled "An Act to authorize Coun
4' Commissioners to submnit to the
Qualified Electors of their several
counties a propositiont to alter the
Fence.Laws andj to provide for ef
fectuating' the satne"to Lowver Town
ship, Rlichlald county, without an
e'eclon, and to a certain poi'tion of
8ROTIOoN 1. De8i enact ec by the Son
* ato and l4ouso of Rlepr9Wentatives of
the State of South Carolina, no0w met
and sitting in General Assetnbly, and
by the authorit of the eamie, That the
prvsins of otiotjs 8, '4,56, 7. and
8oanAct entiled 'Ati Act to author
Ih.ths Counity Commissioners tio sub
mit tn .the. qualified elbotors of. their~
sfovqrat 'w4sIi o aer the fen'ba
lawsu a:i1t oi9t ofib*oLti
this ea ol'4l1ywtiut l
tion te the lower tonahip,. itohlanad
county: Previded, That the pr'ovisions
.of thig-Act shall #6t apply to lands ly
* infg below higli water hmat'k in Conga-.
shall in like man ner apl to that ii
ton, of Tow nship p. 8,i tijo oabi~
Soflrfld, 1 vtig nort ofal inO~e,
.tho nsltodhip; tning as/f
t.JAp 1eiri4gfom the tY
t'od r~6 Wlnebo t Iidgow t
RaIhoad theyce along tlhe new: .gblic
1'OAtd lea4ing i-omI Jamnes Mla(-k n's to,
the"Wmn. JolmAton's old placo,.thenco,
intersecting the boundary line of
TownBli!p No. 6, and the portion of
Township No. 8 lying north of the litio
scbleated shall be annexed to and
slOtl form a part of Township No. 7.
8. This Act shall take ellbet and
' forcO, so fir it relates' to tho
--, Of 'Rlehland, on the 1st of
-3t-Ath 1880, and so far as it relates to
the ceility of Fairfield, on the 1st. of.
Approv'eA Febrdary 20,1880.
MARRIPD-On the 10th of Mare
by thed.ov B. F. Corley, Mit. R.j
Mij1G10 Wo.Iss MARY A. LEMMON.
GRIAMRS AND CAHUALTIE.
What Happened in aid near the City of
' harlatin in a single Day.
The New emnd Courier- of Thursday
gives the following local Items:
CUT WITH A RAZOR.
A colored mait unmed Henry Brown
was admitted to the bnspital Wedies
day night with ali ugly gash In his
throat. Brown says lie lives at the
Eight Mile Store on the Charleston
Road, and that lie became involved in
a quarrel with at.oll.cr colored man,
whose name is withheld for the pies
ent, and who cut his throat with a ra
z6r. Dr. Wannminaker, the house
surgeon of the hgspital, sewed tip the
wound and the wounded man is doing
as well as could be expected. His
injuries are very serious, although not
necessarily fatal. A warrant has been
issued for the arrest of the assailant.
CRUSHED BY A FALLING WALL.
A young white man residing at 84
Trad street, whosonamne is suppressed
by request, was seriously injuired on
Wednersdy by a falling brick wall at
97 King street. Ile was engaged in
pulling dowi the wall, whenl the
d6bris fell upon him, crushinl g him
severely. .le was taken to his home,
where Dr. Lea attenled him. His
right leg sustained a bad fracture, and
he. was bruired in the head, face and
left thigh. The wounds, althougli so
rious and paiifill, irle not. cunsidered
fatal. Aiotiher workimm who wiw
with him it.he tnline na1rrrowly ecapud.
ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.
Henry1 Brasion, a. youig German,
who lad reocitly beenl em11ploved at
Chiussen's'baker, *attemp-.ed to com
mit suicide, Vednesdiay i1orni'ig, by
taking laudanum. Tie young man
had been di'Inking for several dayr,
and had briI discharget-. Early ye.
teriliy mor111illo lie bought two ounice.
of laindaliil, anld goi ig out to Rikers
ville, 'swallo wed' he poison.' Ile was
picke( up nild. eni-ried to fihe City
Hospital, i0re, lunder skillfiul .treat.
10en1t, lie was rescued from the jaws
of death. ~Last night the physioians
prnQnounced him out of dang4er. lriras
sen is quite a youig Iiian, OfC respecta
ble pirentage,-ani is Supposed that
the 'attempt. to (Lstrov hiaself- was
made while suiftfig uer' a lit of
BEHEADED BY. A LOCOMOTIVV.
Early on Wednesday morning an
old.colored man named Fortune Dar
by was run over and killed on the
Nfortheaftern Railroad track by an out
going locomotive. Mr. Kent, the
rivet of. "The Georgian,'' who wvas
the only witness of the affair, states
that he was carrying hais engine to the
Five-mnile Pum p for wate:,.. a~t
the hour namied. When near thme
F~our-mnile 'House lie saw t,he de
cented . w,'alking dim .the side of
thle (track~'.hi the sa,me dir'ection in
whichi the eniginii' was proceeding.
When the locomotive haid alppr'oached
within a bout thirt.v feet oftthe deceased
ho stepped suddenly upon the tr'ack,
and walked on. his back to the engine.
The enginmeer' blewv his wvhistle, revei's
od his cmitffs and'. ap'plied the' brakes,
but all ini vain. In a second the unm
fortunate man was thrown to the
ground anid killed. When: the engine
stopped thme engineer returned to the
spot to find a headless -trunk lying
u pon-thb side otIthe track. The wvheels
of' the lobomotive passed ever the neck
amid arnr of the unfortunate mant, comn
letely severing the head from the
odyand mashing the arm. The head;
was left lying in the middle of theI
track and thme body thrown one side.'
B Y virtue of sundry execntions to me
-direeted, I will offer for sale, bef ,re
tho eourt..house door in Winnsboro,' on
the first Monday In April next, with..
in the legal honra of sale, to the highest
bidder, for cash, the following-desoribed
real propert,y, to wit:
Alt that tract of land lying in Fairfild
County, containing Two HUNDRED AND
SIxTY-PIVE ACREs, mnore or less, and bound'
edi b.y lands of the Eatate of Dr. Harvey
on.the north anct east, by lands of Jas.
P. Maeilo on the south, and lymng on
Kineald Bridge road. Sold as the prop
erty of Tiliomas Sloan, at dhe suit of WV.
H. Robinson, Jr., and others.
JOHN B. DAVI8,
SherifPs Ofice,S. F. C.
Winnsboro. 8. 4'.,
Mrnoh 10; 1880.
~meh 13 ~ -. .
Yvirtue of an excoeution .t3 me di
reoted, I will offer for sale, before.
the court-house door in 'Winnsboro, on
the first Monday' In April next, be.
tween the legal hours of sale, to the high
est bid der, for eash, the following-do
soribedi property, to wit:
W4All that lot of land lying in. the town 'of
Winnsboro, conijining olik. HALF AN ACEa,
more oi' less, and bounded by lots of WiI'
liatna Johnstou on the north, Estate of
David La,uderdale on the south, east by
the 0. 0, & A. Ilailroad, andl( froniting on
C6digress rtreet. 'Sold as the proper.ty of
John 0, tlquiet-, at the, uit of i. 8. Jaf
fray &Co , agaihsb John . Squier & Co.
Sheriff's Office, 8, F 0,
Yvirtue of an exeoftlion to me di
vested I will offer for tale, before
L~ut.house do iz WieEisboro, on
tbeird Mon day in' npi1 it, between
he ~eai hours 9fW t hhget
bid4v do oh the f4 to h4g-d~ este
A11tatntation ot tigett of land, ly
C Q ouint, AatMninassav.
3i141 ACRES, .1WQt, *less, ad
b6~1d~rlatids of F;; B)gogom W
smd Ak b 1e ,
ATTENTION ! G. I I.
A TTEN6 reglar niceting in Town
A,. 1all'on Monday Ovelling at 71
T..)!. IKET CIN,
moh 83e , Secretary.
STAT17 OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY,OF VA InIFEiiv,lD.
n W~VaI1in~~, Plaintifl, against
' IN. allfg and Others,
.tit'iuance of an order of the Court
'Ot'Comon Pleas, made InI. the
.ibove-stted'case, I will offer for sale, I
'before the cor-t-house door in Winms
boro, onbth first Monday in April
next, within the legal hlo'irs of sale at
public outcry, to the highest bid<ler,
the following-desciebd property, to
wit: . o
AlIjbaxt- piece, parcel or tract of
hi, situate in the County of Fair
field and State aforesail, containin
TWO. I1UND1E3) AND) T1JUtTERIN ACRlES,
more or less, adjoillinig lands of Wil
Ham Kennedy, Robert Durham, David
Aiken and others, and known as the
Terms of sale--CASII. Purchaser
to pay for-all necessary papers.
W. 11. KEli,
Clerk's Ofie, C. U. C. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
March 12, 1880.
STAT,E OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Henry L. Elliott, Pljintiff, against Eli W.
N purmuanco of an order of the Court.
of , omiton Plems, made in tho abovo
"tatedt ease, I will offer for sale, before t.he
Court mouse door in Winiaboro, on the
first Monday in April next, within
the legal hours of saho, at piblic outcry,
to th higlest bidder, tho Jolloving.
described property, to wit:
All that plautation or tract of land, sit
unto in the Coumnt. of Fairfield and State
atfore:id, containing oNi 11UNDUND AND
FOnTY-FIVE ACIES, moro or less, and
bounded by lands now or lately belonging
to the Estate o! I'rother Tiduell, landis
belong"ing to the Estato of N. A. Peay,
and lands b0nhing to William Arledge:
TERMS Ole SALE ,
:If o he purel, ase money to be
in e4 .; Ior the bit-itict i credit of
av . 'ominith. trimi the (lily o1 le,
it i iitoret fr m I...d day, the pureliier
'0 givo his honwl. hecured by it mortgago
oi the prmmigei .old, and to pity for all
W. if. KER
..0 P1). .0.
March 12, 18sO.
meh 13 ta
HAVE ENLARGED THEIR STOOK
Making it entirely unnecessary for
hercustomieras to go onm talde of WVinnts
bore for any article in their line. They
pledge themselves to give advantagda
in regard to -
VA RIET Y, QUA LITY A ND P'RICE.
. 07 Extra flue articles which the
market will not justify in stock, will
be~ procured on short notice.
I F you want to buy cheap goods and
.Lgood goods, call at the store of
Messrs. Sugenheimor & Groehel, wheore
you will find a fuit supply of everything
usually kept in a first-elass establish
,HOW WATCRES ARE MADE.
It will be apparent to anyM one, who will ex
amine a 8OLID GOLD WVATCen, that aside from
the necessary thickness for engraving and
polishing, a large proportion of the precious
metal used, is needed only to stiffen and hold
the engraved portions in place, and supply the
necessary solidity and strengthi. The surplus
gold is actual;y needless so far as UTILITY and
beauty gtre concerned. In JAM E8 DOSS' PA T
ENT UOLD WVATCHI CASES, this wASTE of pre
cious metal is overcome, and the SAHIn soLIDIry
AND STRENGTH produced at from one-third to
One-half of the usual cost of solid cases.' This
process is of the most simple nature, as fol
lows: a plate 'of ninkel composition metal,
specially adapted to the purpose, has two plates
of SOLID GOL'D soldered one on each side, The
thr'ee are then passed between polished steel
rollers, and the result.ls a strip of heavy plated
composition, from which th,e cases, backs, cen'
tree, beales, ac,. are cut and shaped by suita,
blo dies and formeors. The gold in these cases
Is sufficiently thidk to' admit of all kInds af
chasing, engraving and onftmeling; lthe en
graved eases have been carried until worn per
1octly' smooth by time and use without remov
THIS I8STHHEONLY CASE MADE W1TH TWO
PLATES OF" SOLiD G01LD, AND WAIHRANTEDI
BY SPECIA L CEiITIFIQATE.
'For sale by Codner & Oliandler'and 0. Mulier.
Ask for Iillustrated Cautalogue and to see war
rant. inch 11--tx1y
L1T TL10 SPEEDY
F'IltT PREI1%UM AWAIDZD AT TIJE
GE01IWIA STATEZ tA1g.
DutrabHit~ this She1lef standItwith'
'Messrs. Blitors: As nominations are in
or der, permit us to presout the name of
CJL. JNO. B. DAVIS ri a candidate for
Sheriff at the ensuing olection, subjet,
of course, to the notion of the Democratio
primaries. IANY FnIENDS.
FOR. JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Aessrs. ]itors : Please aniaoun'o0 the
present ineumbent., J. i. Boyles, Judge
of Pro>ato, as a candidato for re-election
at the ensuing electionj subject to the no
tion of the Democratilc party at the pri.
marios. By so doing you will oblige his
14 MANY FlUENDs.
Mes-rs. ndl Mors. Please anno i n N1
J. Preston lodper As a vandidate for the
Democratic nonuination' for shoriff at the
coming elootion (subject to the deision
of the primary election) and obligo many
friends in the
SOUT[WEsTEnN PORTION OF THE COUNTY.
FOR COUNTVY COMM1861ONEU.
The friena ; of Mr. James G. Heron, of
Salem, respectfully nominato him for the,
o.leo of County Commissioner at the ell
suing election- -subject to the notion Of
the Democratio primary.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER1.
The friends of the REV. JAMES DOUG
LAES res e t:ixly nominate him for the
position of School Commissioner of Fair.
field Counly at the onuming -electioa
subject to the notion of thle Democratic
party at the primAri es.
TO THRE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
IAVE establilied a Sale Stable at.
Winnsboro, and am prepared to
,ell stock stook oi very accoinmodat
mng terms, citir for caish or on tilmo
intil ext fill for negotiable paper. I
L'ersonls wisling to buy or swa) will
loN well to call on me before purohasr
I will also pay the highest- cash price
CORN AND FODDER
Delivered at my-Stable ol Congress'
Street, located one doot' south of the
3an 20 hr
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY'
7l0 the .Pu6Iic
Why not insure yeour property? See
the cost of a per diem expense:
Daily cost of insuring $1,000 at 3 per
cent per annum is only 81 cents.
At 2 per cent. pgr annnm is only 7 e.
At 1 per cent. per annutm is only .4 o.
At I per eent. per annumn is only 2(1 c.
A tjper cent. per annum is only 2 c.
At2 per cent for 3 years is only 1.88
At 1 por cent. for 3 yeays is on.y 1.35 c.
At 1 per cent, for 5 years is only 0.88 c.
At 2 per cent. for 6 years ms only 1.10.
Dwellings in town or country, detaeh
ed, insurable at the following rates, viz.:
For one year 2 per cent.
For three years 14~ per:;cQnt.
For five years Vi per cent.
BIarna and~ contents, gin houses, baled
cotton, store houses, mnerehand ide, mills
and churehes insurablenatad)equiate rates.
I represent only the very best comupa
nies of long experience and well establish
ed eharacter. -
JAMES W. LAW,
nov 22-6mn Agent.
f*' -\ BARRELS fluist's seIeotted Irish
0 "jPotatoes, 1 car-loai -of White
Seed Oats, 1 ear-load of Idine, andl a Jul
stook of selected
We are agents for the ifllowing br.mnda
of Guanos: Patapsoco, Lowe's' Georgia
Formula, Acid Phosphate, G, Obeor i Sons
tiomolo Ammoniated Supet Phosphate of
Lhao~ and Dissolved B3on, '8outh Cai-oli
*Give uts a call, and wo will give you
- . F. MoMASTEJR & CO.
A NEW Rup)ly of Family and Planta
15 bblu. Choice Now Orleans Molassem,
0 bbls. Chuiou Cuba Byrup, besidea other
Jackson's besL grades Family Flour.
A lot of Pattent Family Flour-the beRt
in the Boro.
All grades, from the higboat to the
COFF E E.M.
Peaborry (solnotbing how), Rio and
iava, Also Parched Rio and Java,
Bought bofore the advance, and other
irtioles too numerous to moation. All
4old at the lowest possible pricOs.
D. I. FZENNIME N.
ALL SORTS OF WICE GROCERTES
presh AugustaFlour, of all brands, Fre8h
Buokwheat Flojr, Kentucky Dried Beef,
[1reakfast Strips, Now M11oss lickerel, New
gess Shad, Fih in all sized paukage,
iuitable for plantation use, I urn Leaf
L.ard in cans, bnokcet and tubs. Seed akd
gating Irish Potatoes, Garden Seeds, oto.
steel Plows, Collenm Co.'s Axp,
3oxes Chewing Tobacoo, all grad
3euts per lb. and upward.
A largt stock of Li gors, Wines, and
igars. Give me a call
W II. DONLY,
dee 18 On the Corner.
THE JOHNSON REVOL.VING BO0K-'CASE.
Latoyers, Cioryy,nen., .Ph'y5efmn,
Eitora, Bankors. . 2each.e,
and all who read books.
Ifolds mnore 1 ooks in lesse spaco thtan any other
uable at1 heis rd1a l helf La0inchea
rounro, holding a set of Appleton'. Cyclopawdia.
Hiado of iron, i cannot warpor wear out. Beauti
titly ornationted, makinga handsom ad novel
erS f books ; izes for ilorhold 3,8 or 4 tiers of
books, as desired. send for desoriptive prio. list.
Bend25tcenteforour Naw TLLUSSaTvnD OAT1ALooUR
uis ovu a8ic Illustrations -of EducationaL and
BAER, PRATT & CO.,
Behool Furnishers,,and Dealers in everything In the
Book and Stationery line,
H ADQUARTERS FOR All.SCH0O1. SUPPLIES,
-143 * 144 Grantd St,, New Yorhe
COME QUICK !
30ME QUICK I COME QUICK I
J0ME QUICK I COME' QUICK I
AND BUY STOCRINGS.
.AND BUY STOCKINGS.
[iadies', Misses' and Children's Hose
Ejadies', Miss'es' and Children's Hose
. WILL BE SOLD
WILL B3E SOLD
. .Cheaper than over beard of.
Oheaper tha&n ever boeard,pf.
EaIf Price, Half New York Cost.
Ralf Price, Half New Yorkc Cost.
O AND SEE.
McMASTER, BRI4C* O
In workmanshili is equal to a Chrov
ed as a first-class Piano It recoivc
and Centennial E'xpositiors. IT ' E
other machines. Its capacity is un)
MACHINES sold in the United Sta
others. The WILSON MENDINO
of repairing WITHOUT PATCHID
AT r1SON SE
GEORGE A. OLARK,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
The distinctive features of this spoC
enttcn are that it is made from tho ver
SE A ISLAND COTTON.
It is finished soft as the cotton frou
which it. is nado; it has no waxing o
artificial finish to deceivo the oyes; it i
the strongest., sootliest and most elarti,
sOwigni thread in the mark t; for maehin
sowing it has no equal: it is wound on
W HIT E S P OO.LS.
The 331 askc is.
J E.T L A CJC
ever produced in 'Rpool ootton, bemn
41 'ed by a system patented by ourselves
Te colors are dyed by tho
NEWV ANILINE P'ROCESS
rendering them so perfect and bri.lhan
that dress-makers ever) wihere use ther
instead of sewing silks.
A Gold Medal was awarded this spoo
cotton at P'aris. 1878, for "great.strength
and ',genc.ral excellene(," being the high:
est award given for spool cottu ni.
We invite comnparison and respectful);
ask ladles to give it a fair trial and con
vinen themsolves of its superiority ove
To be had at wholesale and retaillof
J. 0. B3OAG.
'OUR present stock of Winter Good
Swill be sold at ox tremnely low ratem
ns the season Is about over. Whatove
you may want, give us a calhl before pur
8UGENREIMERIt G~ ROESCIlEL.
Buy' Notions, White Goods, Hosler
and Onllcoes at the corner store of-,
M. Beaty & Co.
Remember' J. M. B3eaty & Co. mak4
a specialty of the Bay State Standar
Screw Shoes, at the store o4t the cornli
A nice stock of good Lanndie'id an
Unlan ndried Siirts. Collars, Neck w en
&c., at J. M. Bleaty & Co.'s corne
Elegant Cashmneros, Momido Ciothi
Worsted,- Alpacas, Dress Liningi
Crinoline. &c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.
You will flind Bleached Goods, Se
Island Goods. Domestics, Tickingt
Korseys andh Jeans at the corner stor
of J. M.Beaty &,_00'.
Groceries of' all kinds, Candy, Cr'ack~
era, Tobacco, Crockery Wooen nwarc
Plows, Cutlery, Shot, Powder, etc.
always in stock at the corner store o
J. M. Becaty & CJo.
-J. M. BeMty & Co. are selling Cloth
ing, Hate, Rubber Suits and Soes a
lowest cash prices.
* --- AT
PALMlE' TO ROUS~E.
JUST ARRIVED onte of the finest-as,
'ortmente of Liquors in the Blora. One
Barrej of Gibson's ilelebrated Old Nethr,
1840; Three Barrels of diue old Re Whis,
key: it, Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskey,
.~Jto~ OrnWiske o1de best .rih
otbsQarol orn, weetaudSurhM
of the best grades Alo Wi e and ,
dies of th e Unest'branci i have also a
enw lot of .Oigarm and Tobacco whieb I
will.dis,uose of at ressoi able, prics 'fo
edsk duly. Give we ~ il wil t11 uI
yoru right. Philad#1 D111 e6 l al
l~rer and arel ~~ia,n n.4
Hotel neon ddor to; rIiJji'
Call a ed a. **. EN
ometor Watc1,.and as ogantly finish..
d the hi-hest awards at the Vienna
% " ONE-FOU.rTH FASTER than
inited. There are more WILSON
Los than the combined sales of all the
ATTACHMENT, for doing all kinds
0, given FREE with each nachina.
YING MACHINE Cos
[L U.,IU. 8. A,
:r O HNSONq LARKII
30UNION Sf UARE
5 1M ASiB) OEW-YORK9.CIY
Tuns standard article is compo'uud
ed with the greatest care.
Its effects are as wonderftl and as
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
It removes nll eruptions, itching
and .dandruff. It gives the head a I
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comrort, and the scalp by its use
i becomes white and clean.
1 By Its tonic properties it restores
e the capillary glands-to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the -hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so offeetual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
31 of Massachusetts, says, "The con
stituents are pure, and carefilly se.
looted for excellent. quality ; and I
consider It the EEST PRE~PARATIo)j
for its intended purpo es."
Price, One ollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to change ths color of the
1 beard n'om gray or any other undesir..
able shade, to brown~ or black, at dia..
-cretion. It is easily applied, beig in
,one preparation, and quickly and of
- I fectually produces a permanent.color,
r which will neither rub nior wash off.
Uansfaotured by R. P. HALLt & 00,.
Wealea sait., aa saters Sa . sae
OLD "OAV'E" CORN
This is the simon pure article,.
seized andfold( b)y'the United.States
1 Government. The regular "moon~
r* U. 0. DESiORTES.
SSouppernong WVine at $1.50 pet
gallon. Delightful for Xmas.
U. G. DESP'ORTES~
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles,
Bridles and Hlarneys -
f Call and examino my stock before -
purchasisg elsewhore. Saturfaotion~
- guaranteed. ~.
U. G.DESPORTS. 5
dec 28 .
Hayjng.asooct(d ongeplves ih
for the purpose 6f darjfying oa he
W j $eg
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