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TOWN" AND COUNTY.
TUSPAY, March 10, I I a : 1880.
TIitsis oi Tiin Npws. AND nERALD..
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Winnsboro, S. C.
Tiho following is the schedulo of arrivals on
110 0. 0. & A. Ita'Iroad, upon the basis of Wash.
dngton tine, whirh 1i about,. sixteen minutes
ahead of WVinmnboro time:
Colimbi............10.58 a. m. 10.4 p. in.
Blythewood........11.42 a. in.. ... 11.41 p. in.
idgoway...........11.59 a. m ........12.00 p. in.
Winnsboro.......I.2Op. m.........12.81 a. IS.
lackstoek....... 1.09 -.M......... 1.12 a. M
Uhester189 P. M......... 1.41 a. M
Chester........ 1.22 p. in......... 2.41 a. m. f
Blackstock.......... 9.10 p.m......... s.14ca. M.
'Vinnsboro........ 2.50 p. in......... 8.57 a. m.
Ridgeway....... 9.20 p' m......... 4.29 a. in.
Illytr wood. .... 8.88p.M. 4.48 a. m. 6
Columbia.......4.20 pM......... 5;80 a. m
For Schodl Commiisloner-Many
Municipal Election-E. S. Clandler,
Corn and Fodder-Jno. D. McCar
Look out for cold weather and don't
catch cold, betuif-you do, nothing will I
meet the requirements of, your si6* :a
tion so well, as Dr. Bull's Cdugh'
Mr. Richard Cabeen, an old gentle -
man residin. iIn the H6sellville neigh
borhood, died on Thursday last. Hie C
was upwards of seventy years of age.
Wq have no particulars.
Thursday evening Ii the time for the
supper and entertainment to. be given
for the purpose of raising tfnds to
build a parsonage for the Methodist t
Church. It is a worthy object, and all t
who go-will have a good' tin6. The -
Thespian Hall is the place where the
"Inner man" can be fully satisfled, at
the time mentioned.
The wet weather of the past week I
has seriously damna d th wheat' amid c
outs-crop; and it is feared by some that
the crop will be linost a failure. It
has caused rust apd, mildew in it, and
much'of the 'heiit iI now iyhig flat e
upon the ground. It will require an
unusual amount of vit.ality in the
stalks to enable them to reencver from
Ythe effects of rust anid mildew, comnipg a
so etirly in the sealsonm..
DEA Tn OF' Mu. WIyhxA[ STEWAnT. I
-Mr. '\Vflliai'# teg'art, of this g;nty, I
Aicd a4Jms ho~ 'rly 8tlinday:miiorn
ing, after a very iiif illniess. He had
been in his usual health up to Friday.|
when hie was taken suddcnady sick, andl
his disease was of so violent a chiarac
ter as to. obpfllo all. efforts to,ogheck i..
Mr. Stewat wvas & native oIf Irelanid,
and had been ini this count.ry about
nine years. Hie married about a
year ago tihe danghter of our esteemed(l
- fellow-citIzen Mr. John Weldon. Mr.'
Stewart wvas a man of industry,1 ntog
r ity anid thrift, and was universally es
* teemed. The funeral services were 'held
at the Presbyterian church on Monday
A STRANGE THING.-We have often
read about strange .occurrences that
seemed almost Incredible; but thd fol
lowling fact fully verifies the trite say
lng, truth is stranger than fiction. One
day st week, Mr. John Patrick, of
White Oak, was having some blasting
done in his well, which was of a depth
of sixty feet. On descending the well
after one of the blasts had been dis
*charted, it was found that an i-on
wedge had been blown out of the solid'1
rook in which'It had been embedded.;
It was pieked out from the debris and
fr'agments of rock lying In the bottom
of the well, anid is niow in tihe possesS
sion of Mr. Patrick, still having .por
tions of the rock adheiring to it. Hlow
it came to be in the rock at a depthogf
sixty feet, we will not pretend to say ;
but there are witnesses of unimpeach.
able vei'acity who will testify to the
truth of the fact. The wedge is vahua.
ble as a.woyk of art, . that evifices tihel
skill of the primeval -'blacksmiths 'off
this country, and as a rello of a high
state of civilization that has b9en swept
away.' Mr. Patrick thinks of sending
the wedge to the Smithsonian Insti
*tute. If he ddes,so, we may lookc for a
*disetteeion 6oncerning it equal in
eQngth learning and a nimation to that.
'WhIoe the .learned'Soeieties of Erope
had oerM he celebiuated stone found by
afa .Miekupon which were 'writ
t mietle enawacters B. . XJSIb
T. U.M. i' NA# L S. . A. R1. E.'
-Thre CondiionSN ofteWt 'I and the
Gra Orops-(4ood (Iardeas
- Caom ova axoula.cOOos
Monoazo, March .i1 S-.9h
anelentrhilosopherse taught ht~'~
t(tetabhs ra aeaaum," and'Zh1~"
It%w d*s aedepted by all' n de~
bh er. alileo, *hen jp sted
Jr. QGaliicd:fo there is alioist,.if not c
perfect, vaculum in them, as to,water, t
We have had but littlo ritin in these M
p-rts during the fll and winter, but
the windows of heaven" have beenlt
ip0ned and "much water" haa fallen
within the last-few days, and' contin
es to fall up to the night of tids datc,
kid the Vaeuit o,f the linterstices oc.' the
'arth are 64ng'fill6d wivth moisture. 8
rills will facihlitlto vork, as the grounl ;t
was hlard, and will invigorate the y
6ard-carnestness of small grain. *3y i
Aheby," in my saunterings about th'e
mkubs, I have seen sone promising e
.rops of wheat and eats. Mr. J. Mitt- t
ay Kirkland has a field of wheat hard t
to boat-if it can be beat. It is tio
)est I have seen anywhere. Mr. J. K.
Davis has a field of red oats, which 1-.
ronises a glorious yield. IJ
I have a pleasurable sensation of an
Acipated gastronomical enjoyment
Awhen I glance my eye over the gar- d
lens. I venture to say that thi place
-an show as forward or as early a gar
ten as canl be seen this side of the fore
,d ones of Colmnbia. Mrs. Dr. Ow
ms has a garden fill of good-sized cab- h
)ages set out and flourishing, and hei t
Parden peas have long since bedn
'stuck" and will be in bloom in a few
layi. This rainy and dreary weather I
a good for vegetation, but not for the tl
'rhcumatiz" of SENEX.
VALUAIILE RELICS.-Major J. H.
ivhitier, of this city, attorney-at-law "
id registrar in bankruptcy, has in his "
ffice a large arm chair that was once
il office chair of America's greatest
tatesman, John C. Calhoun. He has
lso four volumes of iienry William
)e8aussure's law reports, i-esented to P
Ar. Calhoun by the author when Mr. w
allhoun was Vice-President of the 1
Jnited States, and a walking cane
learig the Ineription, "From the n
omi of Jefferson, presented to John tl
. Calhoun, 1843. Those valuable
'lics-descnded to Maj. Whitner front
1s father, one ot' the most illustrious
f South, Carolina's old judiciary, into
fhlosd hands they fell when the Cal- fc
ouin estate was settled up, and they R
te very highly prized by their pkesent I
INCYDIARY FimEs.-Juda Jones and
ier husband, colored, were up before F
[uStiW"o Witherspoon on Friday last, 0
harod with setting fire to the corn
rib of M'. Wilson Cronshaw on the 7
L'uesday night previous. Juda w;s
ommitted to ail and her husbandU re- F
eased. Vlie these parties were un- G
lrgoliig a preliminary examination,
Ir. Crenshaw, who was here in at
endanco upon thc trial; received in
ortmation that his barni, containing
en thousand bundles of fodder, was
hen in flames. Several oflCeCrs Of the
aw went immediately to the scene,
boutthree miles from town, and at
emI)ted to get some clue to the guilty
larties A youtig negro man, lnaied
Itey Montgomery, was arrested and
omnitted to jail, who will have a pre
iminaryi hearng in a few days. m*le
flcers who are Woi'kit) up the case
,eAie to state^ what m v.ross they
ave inade.-Lancaster Ledrer.
CHINEsE IN CINCINNATI.-The m1-0011- J
fecd lep(r is making his ipearance in.
~lncinnmati in great numbers. The
Engtrier thus sp,eua of wihat it terms
'the ill-nmnened Asilic wolf:" "Trne,.
s vet,.the Chinammen are not here in
,ifilcienmt numbers to uihvorably zLf
ent wages to any great ext ent ; but
hey aro'(eotnitag. The close observer
nav tiote a consanmt ineras in the
he eit. is binfg dotted i vei' with the
lirna of the Monfroliani ""lansleymen,
iireaking out like smani Ipox 1l'5stnles
I pon ever~v st reet.. The Lejlislatein 11
vhichClifornit~'mia is w iselv c.e: im b
or her own prom~t.etion is dr mg thema >
rom her.i b)orders, andl Cali forniia's de'- ~i
iverance will -be .outm. .calaumity,. her
neat, our poison. Our- people imay as
~et ready to face the Celestial muisic. X
The time Is not far distant when they
nust dance to the melodique tumn
tm and the'hurdy-gurdy."
Coorrrwo BY' PiOx'.-Judge Me b
adanm rendered ta (lion. in the Ma
i.ne,Court,~ New" k Thii-day,i
i ourious ease brou~t ' bya John 'W.
3oyle against Phil p H. Ottoman. ]
L'he claim of the plntiffi'. which ~
smounted to $474.50, was made up of,
an item of $141.50, alleged to be due i
or training two pedestrians at defend- n:
Lnts request; and the balance for
3rvices in winning back the estranged
tffections of a lady of p,osition whomu
he defendant desired to marry. To
iccomuplish tis latter result the plain.- a
ifl'saysehe wvrote the lady' a number
>f tenderly affectionate and pleading ~
otters, purportin to be the produc
ion of the~ efendiant. To that portion V
>f the plaintiff's complaint rehating to
lie love service, the defendant demur- g
d conl hdining th.t it was in the na
ure of marriage brokerage; that a
~and was perpetrated on the lady by A
ending her to believe that the letters
vere the production-of the man who0
ought a restoration of her affections,
mncthat on both of these grounds the
illeged contract was' void in .Iawv.
JQdge McAdam held that while the0
~outract.mlght be opeon to the objeca
ions urged against it, it was not plead"
id in such a manner as to authorize
ta being proniounded absolutely void ,
mV demuri'er.' The~ demurrer was
>verruled, with leave to anBwer.
rressionah Iinerals are costly affairs,
is is illnstreted by the publienthon of ,
the annual 'eport of th Clork s of the'
Efouses nd the amount of money ox- r
ended wh'etn -a member dies is enoul ~
o keep a small famIly from. want or
itany years. Under thhead of "M11s- e
sellaneoua Items" in Clerk A~dam's re- "
mort appears the following: To John
1..Thompson, amonht* of expfnses'of
rnei'al of Hone Giislave $c leloher;
[ncltmded amonm h itetrne whih go tp
nake up the. at miied%lb are:
[Auneh 181.40; Shoem er an
sog (ne and litiur), $92.50; fnit
c.bananas, $5 speial car', *280;
evnEtra hotel ;, condactor, $5
l'prter', $5--and eo on. The amoui~
a.if ex m~ s of the fiierais ot
~o.s~~ , of I6wa ia set dowa e
16$~'.~~ nots ime a hitt e
&tefnev o ~A~ 3
lal rites towards a deceased associate
)- hesitate - about Itiaking the
overmneut pay for Jim whiskey,
?lines anld oigar consuIe< oi such a
olemn occaslonl. A Coigresslonal I
onsclco Is a liticlt'thitig to cor
t'ehend at-tiihe4-tfid-tIhis appears to
O loe of'sii'el tinYos -- Waskington& Let
Trio: BirT., lliirm.-The bell-punch
ystein of collecting a liquor tax seems
a have .proved tt.6ilu rI t in V irgiila,
rhre It 01igi'ated,'akdi tie Le"gisla
#. ha.ag4 vea t( ieOeat. tle law ill
atui'-to:h lice, <. i istem. It is
ireq yr1're 81 eo 17ine this method
k tuaxaoiN was put in." operntion, a
ime qtite suflicioit to iivo it a 1iir
A l. It haf been ioro or less tilked
(; all over.tle. cQuItry, and we be
0ve applied as a local-. 1neasure tr
Risilig revenue ill soine of the South
rn States, but it lng sincceased to
e con)sidered a dfesirable thing, and
ow that Virginin has flIalh con
luded to have no more to do with It,
ill be understood as lhaviig had its
-When the students of the lUniiver
Ity of Virginia .t tended a leap -vear
itl'tainmient given by the )at(ies of
lalottesville, they ftbund that every
tdy had invited and expected to en
"rtain six gentlemen.
.-Cmar covered ii? bald head and
ray hai with a laurel crown. Ayer's
fair Vigor covers gray ielt(1 with
e still nlIoro welcome locks ofyouth.*
-O'Breln, the Ilonlza King, had
100,000 worth of furniitture and $250
'orth of library. o was evidently
otoid of the "literary fellows."
FOR SCHOOL CO31 SSIONIER.
The friends of DR. JOHN BOYD, ap
reoiating the skill, zeal and fidelity
ith whioh he has discharged ,ho duties
School- Cnmmissioner, respectfully
mninate him for re-election-subject to
Lo aotion of the bemocratio p-imaries.
OTICE is hereby given that tho an
. n]a election f'or Inten(lant and
ur Warders for the Town of Winnsboro,
0 C., will be held In the Town Hall on
onulay, th fifth day of April. f80, be,
veen the hours of seven o clock, a. In.,
id five o'clock, p. n. Tho book will
1 open for registration on Thursday,
rilay and Saturday next preceding the
xy of election, commencing at six
cloew,- a, In.. and closing at six o'clock,
in., of each day. The following cili
ma are hereby appointed managcrs of
Lid registration.and election, viz.: A. 1r.
lem'ng, W. 11. Williams and Willis
By order of Couneil:
E. S. CLIANDLER; F
neh 16-td Cl rk.
on1of & Chndler,
AVE ENLARGED THEIR STOCK
Making it entirely uinnecessary for'
hcir dIIltoincrs to ':i o'uside ol' Wi ntis
I regard to
ARIETY, QUA LITY AND PI'iC.
i-y Extra fine articles which the
inrket will nuot justify ini stock, wvIll
a procured on short notice.
F o atto buy cheap goods and
.godgods, call at the store of
[esare. Sugenhoimer & Oroeschel, where
Din will find a full snpply of everything
usily kept in a first-class establish..
HO0W WATCHES ARE MABE1.
It will be apparent to any one, who will cx.
nine a SOLID GoLD WATeR. that-asido from
te nec6ssary thickness for engraving and
ilishing, a large proport,ion of the precious
etal used, is peeded enly to stiffen and hold
io engraved Vonrtions in place, and supply the
ecessary solidity and at 'surplus
Did is actually needless so far as UTILITY and
Dauty are concerned. In JA31ES 1B058' PAT
NT GOLD WATCH OASES, this wASTE of pro
cue metal is overcome, andi the SAME soLItITY
ND STREINoTU produced at from one-third to
ic-hailtof the usual cost of solid cases. This
rocess is of the most simple nature, as fol.
uws: a plate of nickel composit.ion metal,
becially adapt'ed to the purpose, has two plates
SO8LII) GOLD soldered one on each sige;o.'~~o
iree are then passed between polished usedi
>llors,-and the result is a strip of heavy plated
)mposition, from which the oases, backs, con
es,.bezzlos, &e,. are out and shaped by sulta
le dies and formers. .The gold in these cases
sufficiently thick to admit of all 'kthds of
tasing,- engraving and enameling; the on
r'aved eases have been cifuried until Worn per.
otly smooth by time and use without renov
g the gold.
.THIS I8 TIlE ONLY CASE MAPI WJTH
LATES OF BOLID GOLD, AND WVARR ANTED
Y 8PEIAL, OBERTIICATE~
For sale by Connor & Chandler and C. Mfilier,
8k for 1Ilustrated.0atalogueo and to, pee war
mt. molt 11-txly
J%tST BE~MI YM AWARDED AT TH
ekOaaA STATIC AIR,
1ok' dboeapii#e SimpJioittv and
urabilitf this Sheller stey wit)
1u6 a rival,
Mes-r. liors: As nominations are In
order, permit us to present the name of
DL. JNO. B. DAVIS ns a oadidato for
ihoriff at the onsuing elootion, subject,
f course, to the action Of the Democratio
rma'ric. MANY FRIENDS.
FOR JUDGE OF PRO BATE.
A.essri 1411 *or 8: Please an6ounoe the
present incunbent, J. R. Boyles, Judge
Af Proiate, as a caindi(late for re-oleotion
it the WIsuiDg election, subjoet to the no
tion of the Denocratic party at the pri.
inarics. By so doing you will oblige his
14 MANY FRIENDs.
Messrs. Mifors: Please anno vn %I
I. Preston 0oopor ns a candidate for the
Dmocratic nontination for sheriff at the
0mliing election (subject to the decision
)f the primary election) and oblige many
riends in the
SOUTUWESTERN PORTION OF TRYE COUNTY.
FOR COUNTY CO.MMISSIONER.
The frienai of Mr. James G. Heron, of
Salem, respectfully nominate him for the
>flico of County Commissioner at the on
4uing election- -subject to the action of
ho Democratic primary.
FORZ SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
The friendii of the IREV. JAMES DOUG
ASS res. o titlly nominate him for the
position of School Commissioner of Fair
ield County at the enouing electioa
lubject to the notion of the Democratio
?arty at the primaries.
PO THE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
I HAVE established a Sale Stablo at
Winnsboro, and amt prepared to
eli stock stock on very accommodat
ng terns, either for cash or on time
intil next flll for negotiable paper.
Iersons wishing to buy or swap) will
lo well to call on ne before purcha8
I will also pay the highest cash price
C0RN AND rODDER
Delivered at my Stable on Congress
trcet, located on1e door south of the
FIRE INSURANOrn AGE CY
JAMYE? W4 LA1f.
Why not inwuro yoni- property? Smee
heC cost of' a per uhiem expense:
D,ily c'oat. of insinum *u $1,000 at 3 per
-ent pier nnmflU is only 81 cents.
At 9.A per cenlt. por an numt is only 7 0.
At 1} i'cr cent. poer a1nnZtum is only 4 e.
Am. 1 per* cent. por annum.is only 2j e.
A t per cent. pe~r annum Is only 2 .
At 2per cent for 3 yeairs is only 1.88
A t 14 per cent, for 3 years is ony 1.86 a.
A t 1 per cent. for 5 yea'rs is onl 0.58 e.
At 2i per cent, for 5 years is (i)l 1.1 e.
Dwellings in town or country, detach.
3d, insurable at the following rates, via.:
For one year $ per eot.
For three years I 4 per cent.
For tive years.4& lper cent.
Barna and contents, gin houses, baled
motton, store houses, merchandise, mills
mid ehur'ches insurablont adequate rates.
represent only the very best com pa
ujes of long experience and wvell establish.
JAMES. W. LAW,
nov 22-Gm Aet
seed Oats, 1 car-load of Lima, da.n
itok of seldoted
We are agents for (he'ooing bra.nds
>f Guanos: Pataupson, Lowe's Georgia
P'ormnula, Acid Phospheito, 0. Obor & Sons
56iunl6 Arininoninted aite Phosphate of
Cime and Dissolved Boe South Carol
ci F?lrQsphate, -
Give use a cali, and. ~ will giveyo
J. MoMA8 E1 & 00.
A NEW Supply o: Family and Plants.
tion Gro "eries.
16 bbla. Choice New Orleans Molasses.
FO bbli. Choice Cuba Syrup, besides other
Jackson's bost grades Family Yl.>u r.
A lot of Pattent Family Flour-the best
In the Boro.
All grades, from the bighe4 to the
Peaborry (something now", Rio and
Java. Also Parched io and Java.
Bought before the advance, and other
articles too numerous to mention. All
sold at the lowept poe4iblp prices.
D. B. FLENNIKEN.
ALL SORTS OF NICE GROCERIES
Fresh Augusta Flour, of all brands, Fresh
Buckwheat Flour, Kentucky Dried Beef,
Dreakfast Strips, New MoAs Iackerel, New
Mess Shad, Fish in all sized packages,
suitable for plantation .use. 1 uro Leaf
Lard in cans, buckets and tubs. Seed and
2ating Irish Potatoes, Garden Seeds, oto.
Steel Plows, Collen ,& Co.' Axp,
Boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grad
cents per lb. and upward.
A large stock of Liquors, Wines, and
Cigars. Give mu a call
W 1-. DoNLY,
dc 18- Oi the Corner.
THE ioHNsoN REVOLVING BOOK-CASE.
"LmUers,' Clergv men, .PhysiLcflaes,
.1di5tors, .nJunkers, Teaceher.,
and all who read books.
ITolds more looks In loss space than miother.
devIce-Rotates at a flhger'e touch-8lw rs ad
justable at heights deusired--Each shelf Is1IS nches
auare, holdilng a sob of Appleton's Cyclppedia.
ade ofirou, icannot warp or wearout. Beauti
fually ornamiented, making a handsome and novel
p~iece of furniture. Sises for table hold or 2
ders f booslszes fordfoor hold 2,,o4 i ri ot
books, as deaired. 'Send for descrlpv price liet.
Send25 cents forom'rNEWJLL2Usinavan CATA.OGUN,
with over 800 lllustrwitjons of Educational and
lANKER, PRATT & CO.,
School Furnishers, and Dealeru la everything in the
Book and Stationary line,
NEADQUARTERS FOR ALL SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
1d1 aA 6Orad Sb., New Torh
COME QUICK !
COME QUICK ! COME QUICK I
COME QUICK ! COME QUICK I
AND BUY STOCKINGS.
AND BUY STOCKINGS.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Rose
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose
WILL BEI 80LD
Cheaper thani ever heard of.
Oheatper than dier heard of.
JHalf Price, Baltf $tew York Cost
Half Pd!oc Half New York (yost.
0041 AND SME
COM A ND~ TiRII bC
fe09 .1 D S
ST2 B;tO. 0
in workmanship is equal to a Chror
ed as a firat-cla&s Pino. It recoiv
and Centennial E.positiors. IT SI
other machines. Its cap.eity is un]
MACHINES sold in the United Sta
Others. The WTLSON MENDING
of repairing WITHOUT PATCHIT
WANTE W WIOSON SEI
Eb-T ABHIHI 812.
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORA
Thisti 4notive featuros of this spoc
enttce are that it ia made from the ver,
SEBA SLAND COTTON.
It it; finished Fioft as Mhe cotton fror
whialh it is mad1(e; it hals no waxing 0
artificial fini-d to deceive the eyes; it i
the mtronget4t, smoothomt and most elatsti
Howign th read in the ma. k 4; for maohini
sewing it has no equal; il is wound on
W H I T E A. P(JOLRI.
The dBstaciv fetrsiftiss
Ite isoducsed inso sthotton beon
th sodoo rsar dyote and by:ouse lve
rndig hed the m i k por fe ain
ising Ito hs n esa is weoud the
TA Gol Meda asawrethspo
est aard inr spool cotton en.
Weinvits e dypeioad bytespcfl
ren ldieg th iem io aOfairotra and orLla
to ha t whol-desa and whretail ofc
itoR prosing stik o ineGo
c iltton ol at Pai. xt7~ orreat lto rtes
n yge na gex us anc al be orte hiu
Buty'r Noioens White oods Hoton.e
asd ldales t ve itornr trn of
R~em temelre of.I. seirty oval
al oes.ilyo h a it tna
Tcew hoes at thoesale n rtie corne
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onheter Watct, and as .0gantly flinish.,
d tho highest awards at the Vienna
,WS ONE-FOURTH- FASTER thanl
nited. There are more 'WILSON
tea than the combined sales of all the
ATTACHMENT, for doing all kinda
41, given FREE with each macbin.
NING MACHINE COs
TL., U. 8. A
'--S ~30UNION SQUA~RE
MA SS NEUNYONRKCITY
Tits standard article is compound
ed with the greatest care.
Its effects are as wonderful and As
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to it9
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruir. It gives the head ,
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by Its use
becomes white and'clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
Y the capillary glands. to thielr normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
Ing the hair grow thick and strong. .
As a dressing, nothing has beem
r found so effectual or desirable.
0 A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
0 of Massachusetts, says, " The con
stituents are pure, and caretolly se
locted for excellent quality ; and I
consalder it the BEST PREPARtATION
for its intended purposes."
g - PricO, One DolRa#.
FOR THE WHISK(ERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to change the color of the
ibeard from gray or any other.undeshN
able shade, to bl'owni or blackc, at dis.
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef
| feotuall produces a permanent color,
r -which will neither rub nor wash off..
*awpfaotured by R. P. HALL. & 00..a
LBEU T HErI-fT
1c This is the simon pu're' t~e,
seized~ and sold bythe tJnited t4ss
d Government. he regular 1oda. '
r U. G. DESPORT S4
S ouppernong Wne at' $1.50Q per.
gallon. Delightful for Xmas..
U. G. DESPOBTES.
D ry Goods, Clothid es,
.Bridles and Harness.
f Call and examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhdre. Satisfaction. 4
- guaranteed. . '
U. G. DS?ORTES
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