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1iAY,1AT. March 18., I i I 186#.
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Ington time, whitelt Is abot sixteen mninutes
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No o0 should ifeglect a cough, cold
or sore throat. Dr. Bull's Cough
Iyrnp enres thee and prevents con
tumption. Price 25 cents. - *
The Young Met's Shooting Club will
have a shooting-ma1tel next Monday
on the grounds whero the former
matches have, taken place. A lively
contct is 6xlifcted.,
Reioiber . the enlterta1iinmInent, at the
Thespiait itl - to-night, given for the
putrpose of raising tttnds to build a pair
sonare for the Methodist church. The
'object is a specially, wort,hy. one, and
the entertainiment should he well pat
Scott Hopkins, the negro who shot
Mr. James Rt. Stroud at Chester a
short time'back, was tried oi the 15th
iat., aid con'victedofi murder. Judge
Mackey sentenced the prisoner to e
hanged on the twpn y-thi'rd day of
Col. C. J. Pride,of'Ro&k -Nill, Con
aus Superviso&.for this distric.t, has re
ceived three hundred and filly applica
tions for appoltinment : tq.tho: .0fice of
enumerator. All average of twenty
applications are received daily.
The trade in Irish potatoes has, ben.
rather dull and unmproftable -in . this
market this spring; and1( a niumber of
on11r merchanlits still have large quant I
ties of them on hand--not hlaving beeun
able to sell them, It..seems8 th,at. most
peopWd were successful 'last yder in
preserving their owin potatoes for seed,
and hence there has boeen.v.ryslittle de
m n~1d: for the Northern liehatodeIther
for' eating or for planltinIg purposee,
G. L. 1.-Tile Gordlons held( their
regular lUonthly meeting on last Mon
(day niighit. The comipan~y has suceceed
S d-iin securing thie.Thesplanl Hall fQr.
drill purposes fromn Mr. G. H. McMas
ter, at a moderate rent; and hereafter
* the company drills will be had at that
place. Thle anniversar'y w~ill be cele
brated this year -on -tihe 18th of
April, by having a shiootilng-miatch and
picnic. On the night preceding, there
will be a plume drill in the Thespian
Hail, in which the wvhole company will
THnE GUANO TRAD.-lt Is an oppar
enit fact thlat the farmers of all parts of
the State have boughtlarger quantities
of guano this spring thian ever before.
Our eounty is on a par with the others
In this respect. We canniot staite tile
precise number of tons that hlave been
sold at this place, but it is mueh great.
er than usual. Tile' past year has
brought about a complete revolution
of the public sentiment respecting giu
* ano and phosphate companies; but the
causes of It are not so obvious as tihe
fact itself. A little more thanr a year.
ago, the planters were open and avow
ed in their hostility to the fer'tilIzer
men, but hobw they are so completely
lIn love with themn that' they seem to
have en insatiable desire for thbe man
ufactures-whether good or bad. Per'
hiaps the rise in the pV'ice of cotton last
fall has as much to do wvith it as any
IIockv MfOUNT ITwns1.-Our farmers
* generally ai'e prep)aring to plant hieavl
ly of cotton. We are acquiainted with
-two, however, who will plant less,
*devoting their best.lands. to grain,
*Wagesof farm hands have advanced
about t\venty per (cenit. on the prices
*paid last year., We fear some friend
ships of 1ong standing are broken up
on accouvtofihands. Some~ per'sons who
Vero 1ees dorttnat3~or unfortunate,
as he 41Wn,Mf be--n "securing a sup
3gfy t thye Idginfing of the ye#i'ihave,
by the offert fagos, ifrdced
sonic to fo*'it her ed itriotsan.d
leave.their lirt eoipk '~'.In the
ne0tr 4'iati the dolot0dd Wores e
K ti,k, ill colleet 601 th.~ laiitas
tion0, as the yislikeh to ~ he
rh bis d oth
do:6 nos%be a ,1
f\md and of'ooltenl"ent
8.omo talk with bated breath of a rich
gald mile oh W. Charles Ford's planti
tioiithe old "Silas Gladden tract." Wc
do not know If Mr. Ford has had the ort
tested. Should Jt pi'ove' to be good
Judging fi-om a speciien of- the or,e, i
will be a fortune to its owner. tumoi
says -hbplous prices have already been
SAINT PAriticK's DAY.-Yesterday
was St. Patrick's Day, a day sacred to
all CathIlc Irishmen. In the cities iI
wlhich.that element abounds it is cole
brated with pomip and parade. Thit
year the proposition was made to fore
go the parade and devote the mioney
to the starving Irish, This created 1
schism in New York, and the parade
took place but with greatly diminished
ceremony. All the theatres in New
York gave benefits in the evening,
and a large sum was added to the
Herald relief fund, which Is now in
the neighborhood of. three hundred
For thirteen centuries St. Patrick's
Day has been regularly observed by
the Catholic Church, at least in Irdland,
but in the last few centuries it .h4
been generally observed by the uni
versal Catholic Church. and thO day
has been regularly set apart as one of
the Church festivals. Born. in Scotland,
near ihe site of Kilpatrick, at the
mouth of the Clyde, in the year 372,
St. Patrick may be said to have plant
d Catholicism in Ireland, and he (tied,
universally mourned and regretted, at
Down, in Ireland, about the year 464,
In the 92d year of his age. He mot
with many vicissitudes during his lit,
and among them all he sustained the
bold, strong character which made its
impress upon the times in whelich ie
liv.ed. , At the age of sixteen he was
carried captive to Ireland by a band of
marauders, but made his escape after
six- months,. and reached- 1cotimd.
Carried off a second time, and again
emcaping, he resolved to becuit i a -mit
sOonry to the Irisih, was ordained in
Siotland, and after a long preparation
wias consecrated bishop. 11aving pre
viously, iccorditng to sotno aiccounts,
visited Gaul and perhaps Italy. he
passed over to his chosen fIeld of labor
about 432, and prea.hied the Gospel
with such extraordinary efiect, that al
though not absolutely the first to in
troduce Christianity into that country,
he Jhas alivays received the credit of its
general conversion. lie baptised
tlie kings of Dublin and Munster, anid
the seven.sons of the .king of Con.
naught, with the greater part of theih
subject6, a0d before his death had con
verted ablnost the whole island to the
faith. StBernard testifiesthatt he had
fixed his metropolitan see at Armagh,
an:1 it appears that he appointed sever.
al other bishops, with whomi he held
councils to setlle,the discipline of tihe
Church which lhe had planted. A
populai legend seribes to himt the
banishment of all the venomous crea,
tures n'om the island by mneatns of hm
crosler or staiff, which Ualphm igdem
in his "Polyeronmicon" mentions am
being kept with great veneration al
Dublin in 1630.
BAD ADvfCIC TO THE SOU'rH-T(
tonb%of a large number of the Southecra
newspapers upon the recent decisiou
of thme Supreme Court afirnming th<
const.itutionality of the imational Ipe
tion laws is by no means what '60t12
be desired. With one or two exBep
tions our contemporaries ini that sec
tion are very much dissatisfied with
the decision and talk ini a vague sort oh
way about making~ the man date of th(
Court an "issue" in the next nationa:
camnpaign. Exactly what they pr~opls<
to do-the:v do- not say. Tley- cannot
certainly be insane enough to contem
plate the callng of a convention, the
constructonm of a platform and the
nomination of a candidate pledged~ te
a reversal in some wiuy or another 03
the decisions in question. A pro
gramme or a polfhy of thIs kind would
be the most certain way to secure whal
the tmajority of sensible men IN the
South are, we are con fident,.so anxioum
to avoid-a solift north against a solid
South. To make such an issue would
be0 upon the part of the South the ox.
tretme of folly. Its duty is to obey, am
it'is the part of all parts of,the country
to obey, what has been declared to he
the .eupigmo law of the land. The
opplosite course wonld be simnply sutl
elde and the placing in the hand of th<
"strong man"' party the most effective
weapon ini their armm r.--New roA
-Oano bbl. Imported Frenly
WI[TE WINE VINEGAR,
One bbl. DrumggJsts Vinega, f'or sale at
the Drug Store of
W. E. AIKEN.
1.TWO car loads fine White Corn,
I two car loads Fodder, Hay and
Will fnd it t efr interest to call
on mue before they make thstlr purchas
es. NO. IY.eC041&Y
WP In the store s6hth of Shg4nlibo
or & Qroesobel's Clothing'Store.
Q 2I5~ CU*ARETTES, Hostetter's Bit
i, immon Li vor to ulat or,
Iasttw -Watt' h he
OTICE is hereby given that the ai
nual election for Intenddut atp
fcur Wardens fo the Town of Winneboro
18. C., will be hold in the Town Hal ot
Monday, the ffth day of Arril. 1880, be
tweon the hours of seven o clock, a. m.
and live o'clock, p. Ml. The book wil
be open for registration on Thursday
Friday and Saturday next preceding tit
day of election, comnmencing at t:
o'clook It, i,, and closing at si x o'olook
p. im,, of each .day. ...'ho following citi
zons itre heroby' aphnted n aigers o
said registration and election, viz.: A. H
Fleming, W. H. Williams and Willi
By order of Council:
E. . CHANDLER,
3nuh 10-t( 01 rk,.
Conor & Chandlei
Making it entirely unccessary for
their custoiers to go outside of Wims
boro for any aricle in their line. They
1odge themselves to give advantage
in regard to
VARIETY, QUALITY AND PRICE,
[P' Extra fine articles which the
i market will not just.fy ini stock, will
bit provured on short notice.
A.NEW supply of Family and Planta
. tion Gro,eries.
15 bbls. Choice New Orleans Molasses
.0 bbs. Choice Cuba Syrup, besidet othe
Jackson's best grades-Family Fla u
A lot of Pattent Family Flour-the bes
in the Boro.
All grades, from the highoot to th
Peaberry (something now), Rio an
Java, Also I arched Itio and Java.
B3ought.before the advance, and othe
articles too numnerous to mention. "Al
sold at the lowest possible prices.
ft ER FLENNIUMN.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest an
sortmnente of Liquora in the Boare. On
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Neetaui
1840; Thlree Barrels of tine old Rye Wb
key: list, Old Imperial Cabinet Whiske)
9 yea'rs old; 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle,
ditto; 3r.d, Roanoke R ye, the oldest,l
ditto. Corn Whiskey of the best gradei
North Carolina Corn,Sweet and Sour Maal
of the best grades. Also. -Winea'and Brar
dies of th e finest brands, I have also
fin'. lot of Cigars and Tobacco which
will dis'ose of at reasonable prices fc
cash only. Give me a call, and I will trer
you right. Philadelphia. Lager Beer a:
ways on hand from the c,lebratedl firm
Berger and Engell. You can find me
all times at the Bar under the Winn,bor
Hotel, next deer to D. R. Flenniken'u
Call and see mo. . J. OLENDINING.
'NE lRE 0EuA11 DESI
BOOE AND COP REST.
ONEof hehandiest and most po ni
lar inventions of modern tlines. Cal
be attached to any arm-chair withiou
trouble. Price, $3.50, $3.00 and $2.50
For particular's, address -
W. McBRIDE SMITH, AO-r.,
.Winnsboro, S. C.
I7F you want to buy cheap goods an
Lgood goods call at the store of Messri
Suagenheimer & Oroesebel, where youtwil
find a full suppifoi everything usuall
kc opt. In a first-class estalishmeont.
a -y,~ "
FO1 SCIOOL COMA20I8NtINEl.
The friehda of DR, JOHN BOYD,. ap.
preciating the' skill, zeal and fidelity
with which he has disolfarged the duties
of School . Cnmmissionfr, respeotfully
nominate hin for, re-eletioti-subject to
L the notion of the.Democratio primaries.
Messrs. Mditore: As nominations are in
order,- permit us to present the name of
Q0L. JNO. B. 'DAVIS oa a candidate for
Sheriff at the enmuing election, subjoot,
of course, to the action of the Demooratio
primaries. MANY FIUTIDS.
FOR JUDGE Or, PROBATE.
"Messr.q. Fditors : Please anntionoe the
present incumbent, J. R. Boyles, Judge
of Probato, as a candidate for re-election
at the ensuing election, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic party at the pri.
maries. By so doing-you.will oblige his
14 MANY rIENDR.
Mesgrs. Xitors: Please anno tin 31
J. Preston 0ooper as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for sheriff at the
coming election (subjeot to the decision
of the primary election) and oblige many
friends in the
SoUruwasTrnx PtOnTIoN o Tn CoUNT,
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONEIt.
The frienca i of Mr. Jamoi G. Heron, of
Salem, respectfully nominate him for the
office of County Commissioner at the en
suing election. -subject to the action of
the Democratio primary.
Jan 17 -td
FOR SCIOOL * COMMISSIONERI.
The frien ds of the REV. JAMES DOUG
LASS resp,e. tfully nonlinato him for the
position of School Conmissioner of Fair.
field County at' the ensuing elcOtiod
sub. ct to the action of the Democratic
party at the primaries,
HOW WATCRES ARE MADE.
It will be apparent to:. any one, who will ex
amine a SoLID GOLD WATC.H. that asido from
the necessary thicknes for engraving and
polishing, it L.rg% proportion of the precious
metal ,(used. is needed only to stiffen and'hold
Che engraved pnrtions in place. and supply the
necessary solidity and strength. The surplus
gold is actual*y needless so '. n1 UTILITY and
beauty are concerned. In JAM9 DOS' PAT
ENT GOLD WATCH CASES, this WASTE of pre
cious mnetal is overcomo,and the HAME'8O4IDITY
AND STRNGTII produced ht froin one-third to
one-half of the usual cost of solid cases. This
process is of the most--shnp'e nature, as fol
lows: a plate of nineol composition metal,
specially adapted to the purpose, has two plates
of SOLID GOLD soldered one on each side. The
three.are then passed between polished steel
rollers, and the result is a strip of lieavy plated
coinpositlon, from which the cases, backs, ceri
tres, bezzlos, &c,. arc out and shaped by suitt -
ble dies and formors. The xol ' In these cases
is suilelontly thick to admit of all kinds of
chasing, engraving v'nd enameling; the en
graved cases have been carried until worn per
fectly smooth by time and use without renov.
ing the gold.
THIS IS TIE ONLY CASE M'ADE WITIT TWO
PLATES OF SOLID GOO,D, AND WAlIllA14TED
I Y SPE0IA0L OEKTIFI(ATX.
For sale by ConnotAChandler and C. Mutler.
Ak for Illustrated Ca-alogu and to se- war
rant. . ' .u Itra1-fxly
. FIRE I H~N~ AGENCY
Why not instui-e your property? See
the cost of,a per diem expense:
Daily cost of insttring *1,OO00 at 3 per
cent per annum is only 8j cents.
At 21per ceut. p0r anntlin is only 7 c
0 At 1~ per cent. per annum is only 4 c.
. At 1 per cent: per~ annum is only 21 c.
At* por' cent. per aninum is only c.
IAt 2per cent for 3 years is only 1.88
9 At 11 per cent. for 3 years is onl 1.35 e.
8 At 11 per cent. for 6years is.nnyQ.88 c.
-, At 2 per cent. for 6 years is only 1.1 o.
Dwellings in towjx or country, detach
ed, insurable at the following rates, yiz.:
a For one year i per cent.
I For three years 115 por cent.
r For five years 2 per Gent.
*Barns and contofits, gin houises, baled
coton strehouses, merchandise, mills
an ohrhes insurable af, adequate rates.
t1 represent only the very best compa
nies of long experie,nce antd well establish
JAADDS W. LAW,
~R.JOSEPH GRIOE8CHEL, of the
..Lhouse of Sigenheimer and Gr'o.
sch'a!, is heir in New York, laying in a
-supply of Spring goods ifs great variety.
Leo.k ouit for him when he gets back.
j Itaving' associated outf'l?es together
r. for the purpose of carrying. on the
I GROCERIY AND SUPPTjY TRADE,
We beg to informn oe fHeonds and the
Sublic that .ewoon han4 a ftdl stock
of Coffe a. Sugars. Flour, Molasses,
Buckiwheat, Hams, Canned Goods, etc.,
togeth 'r with Bacon Nfeal; Shoes,Nails,
antu all such articled hsare requh'ed by
persons desh'ring advances.
We are also prprdto nurnish first
class Guanos atfi rr~s
INow Gods or)kie pontinuafly
arriving at J. )L.Boat c's, on
EV uidbrigned b~seae to inform
ll that Uietoinera0 or
tieht th heV~l
COME QUICK I COME QUICK I
COMAE QVIC I COME QUICK I
AND BUY STOCRINGS.
AND BUY 8TOCKINGS.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose
Ladies', Misse' and Children's Hose
WILL BEH SOLD
WILL BE SOLD
Cheaper than ever beard of.
Cheaper than ever heard of.
Half Price, Half Now York Cost.
Hall Price, Half New York Cost.
COME AND SEo,
COME AND SEg
McM ASTER, D111CE & CO.
THE JOHNSON REVOLVINS 900K-OASE.
Zasyerfs, Corgymn, Phystr4ane,
Ed4edro, nawkers, *eatherst
and ali who read books,
Iyold" mora 1ooks In lems spaco than any other
dovico-Itutates ut a nguer' touch-Sheivom ad.
jutablej%t heights desired-Each shelf Is l6incheo
equard, holig a set of Appleton'd Cyclopredla,
Mado of iton, it caniot warp or wear out. Heauti,
fully ornamented. making a handsome and novel
Dioce of furniture. 8Izes for table hold I or 2
tiers.of books sizes for Iloor hold 2,8,or 4 tiers of
books, am desired. Bonal for desciptve price list
SendiM. cents forour Naw ImuormArat .ATAtr.Oc
iith over 3n0 lllustrations of Educational anc
BRAKEU, PRATr d CO.,
School Furnishers, and Dealers In eterything In tho
Book and Stationery line,
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
142 a 144 Grand at., N*w Torb
See d Oatus, 1 ear--load of Liwd, and a tul
stock of selected
We are agehts for the following br.mde
of Guanos: IFatapso, Lowe's Georgi
Formula, Acid Phosphate, G. Ober & #ohu
Soluo,le Ammonlated Super Phosphate of
Lime and .Dissolved Bope, South Caroci.
Give ua a call, act lve lvil give yott
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
TO THE1 CITIZENIS OF FAIRtFIELD:
L HAVE established a Sale Stable at
WIinnisboro, and am prepaired to
soil stock stock on very accolThmiodat
ing terms, either for cash or on time
until next fall for negotiable paper.
Persons wishing to buy or Bw*y -will
do welt to call on me before -purchas
Iwill alsospay thehig,lest eashy price
(ORN AND FODDER
Deiftered at mry Stable oir Congress
Street, located one dor sea~tJ) of the
er a a g eesm
. s :0pamrammaa
* TIZE W IfLD:
in workmanship is equal to a Clrono
cd as a flirst-claso Piano. It received
and CentexiAl Expositior A. IT SEIV
other rmachines. Rts enpacity unlim
MACHINES sold in tho United StateF
others. The WILSON MENDING A
of repairing WITHOUT PATCHING
VWXD WISON SEWI
ESTABlLISHEdD 1 12.
GE ORGE A. 0ILARK,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YOR1K.
The distinctive features of thin Rpool
cntic n are that it is inade fruin the very
SPA liiLAVD C011110ON.
It is fnished Roft as the cotton from
lwhicb t is niade; it hia no waxing or
m-tifioh I Ani h to dece. Ve the eyes; it i8
the str( ngeRl, smoothest and mot ela tio
iewign thread in the nai k it; for maohin
sewing it has no eqal: it is wound on
The 131 ack is
ever p roduced in spool cotton, being
dyed b' a system patent.ed by ou1selves.
'li olora are dyed by the
NEW -ANIrINE PROOEss
rendering them So perfect and brilliant
that dress-makers everywhere use thefi'
instend of- ROewing silks,
A Gold Medal wa-1 awarded this spool
eotton at Paris, 187 4, for "great trength-'
and "general excel.ne" being the high
est award given for 81poo1 cottc n.
We invite comparison and espectfully
askc ladies to give It a fair trir-l un'd con
vince themiselves of its sup< riority over
To be had at wholesale and retaillof
J. 0. B3OAO,
AILL $0RTS 0OF NICE~ GROCE~RIES
Fresh Augusta1 Flour, of all brands, Fresh
Bluokwheat Flour, Kentucky brfed ileef,
Blreakfast Strips, New~ Meqs hakerel, New
Mesu Shad, Fish in all aized packages,
Muitable for plantation use. P urn Leaf
L.ard in cans, buckets and tube. Seed ad
Eating Irish Potatoes, Garden Seeds, etc.
F3teel Flows, Collerni & C'o.'s AX.*,
Boxes Chewiwi g Tebacco, all g a d ,
oents per lb. and upward.
A large steoek of Liqnors, Winos, and
Ofgars. (Give mIoA dali
- W H, D)ON'LY,
dee 18 On the Corner.
I F you want to buy cheap poods and1
good -goods. call at the store of
Mess Sugenheimer & Groeisehel, whore
yeu will find a fui supply of everything
usually kept. fa a Arst.olass establish
For Oheapness1 Sinplielty and
ioter Watch, and as .ogantly finisi..
he highest aiwards at the Vienna
S ONE-FOURTH FASTER than
itod. There are more WILSON
than the combinedf sales of ftll thj
TTACUMENT, for doing all kinds
given FREE with each mntchine.
[No MACHINE Co
,V..* U. S. A,
0 UNION SQUARE- .
AyerS Ague Oure,
V6t Fever and Ape iitertnittout rovo,
)hill Fever, Remitow Fvr, bumb
Periodical .illous ver &o ,and 'i
i11 the ailotions which a om malarl.
>u5, maxh, or miasmatid "oIscmOe,
This is a comlottid Ytem(Ay, ipred4wit
1clenille skill fotn vegetaile ingretlients, whic
,larely rails to curd tife seterest rases of Chilld
.nd Foter and the concomitant dilsorder, Btielt
a remedy the necessities of tie people in ina
-lotts districts demand, Its great pnieriority
wer any other nedicine yetdiscoveret lbr tiG
-mre of Interilitenta is, that It ctnains no qitil
iino or mineral, mucl [hse tho take It are fro
7rom dangor ortiinism or any injitrious effects,
ud Are as healthy after tsing It as before. It
ins b0h cXtensively entployed durIng the lae
hirly . unra lit the treatme-nt of thean distrossing
lisorderi, and so tin !taryIng hns been Its succmE
hat it has gained he reptilation of being hifil
,Ible, It can, therefore, be safely roconnefidett
is I bnre remedy and sfecilo tor thd fever and
gae of the West, and tie Vial1li Ui9d Fdier of
he Soith. Icomiterncts the inhistnatio poison
'it the blood, iaid 1Vces the system front Its inflit, -
mee, so that fever and sige, ohnkOs or chills,
mn broken ip by it, ulo hot returi until the
lisonse Is agaitn contractet,
'The grent Varioty of dsarters, whk4 nris fwont
he irritation of tis poIAMI, stit -s etraga,
iteutatmnt. Gouit, lIIndache, Bind1nous,
lootlanelte, Ens:ache, Catarai, Aunt tuain, Pal.,
pItritlet, Sslunie A ffeetlnn, lyiteries, P'aiui
kin thne Howels, (olio, l'arals- tutd derange.
of thne Sltonnei, ann of whnich b6enine hnttermint.
lent, or poriodlienl, have n,o r isedner remedy thatt
AVv.R's Ao tkCunnt., which cntfes thetm all alike,
tndl protects thtosystomi n'ont afire at tat'ks. A S
s preventive, It is of Immiense servico lIt thosni
:onmmnnitles wheroe Fever antd A gta prtevanis, na
-stinys the dlevelopnt?ut of tine dim~nenso ff taken
mn thne frst nppronch ofrtife 0nntitory symtp.
omts. Traxteliers rntuI temporatty tesiudents are
losni ennbiod Sd d'ef3 these dilsorderts, andti lcew
ih cver suiffer if tIhey tavail themntselves of the~
,rotection thtis remedy affords.
For Liver Con pl ainta, nrihtg from torpihlty,
t is art ecllotnt vemedy ; it sthnintllates this otgant
nto healthy activity, nnd-produces meaty roemark.
nble cures where other meddies fail.
Prepared by Dr. J. G. Ayer & Co.,
Practical antd AnalytIeal Clhomists.
00.0 i&Y A. i nUuoa KEnsTwizag. -
Buyt Notlois WhiIte Gouds, Hrosioer
mid Calicoeis at the corneor store of ,.
i, ileaty & Co.
Reme~iber ,J. M. ileaty & Co.~ make.
S pecialty of the 1ay State Standard
Icrew Shioes, at the sloro on the corner,.
A nice stock of good Lanndrirsd and
Un laundried Sir ts, Collars, Neckwear
~e., at J. M. Boaty & Co.'s cornoL'
Elegant Caslinmcres, Momie .Cloths,
Worsted, Alpaens, Dress Linings,
Jrinoline. &ch., at J. it. Bleaty & o'
fGrQcer1es of all kinds, Candy, Crack
Irs, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenware,
P~lows, Cutlery, Shlot' Powder, etc..
tlways in stock at the corner store of
r. M.: Beaty & Co,
J?. M. lleaty & Co. are selling Olothe
nig, Hats, Rubber Suits anid Shoes a~ '
oweat cash prices.
This is the 'imon pre artioe
eized and sid by thbQe3t
*overnhnenlt. T) e regular '3OOI~"