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8ATUltDAY, DIarch 27, 1 : I t 1880.
Tms oF TItE Niiws AND HEnALD.
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tiseients. Simple announcements of
inarriages and deAths published free oi
charge, and solicited.
All communloations of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company'
Winsboro, S. C.
,Te following Is the schedilo of arrivals on
tho 0. 0. & A. ha Iron, upon the basis of Wash
ington time, which 1:4 about sixteen minutes
ahead of Winnsboro tino:
Columbin.............10.53 n. in.. 10.48 p. i.
Ily thowood,.... 1.42 a. M... . 1.41 p. in.
IidgewnY.........T169 a. in .....12.00 P. M.
Winnmboro........12.5g p. in.....1....2.81 a. im.
hlackstoCk........1.119 p. Il........ 1.12 a. m
Chestur..............1 89 p. M_....... 1.41 a. inl
Choster ........ 1.22 p..... .. M.
.lackstock........ 2.10 P. in. . 1 a. M.
w2n.boro.......2. p . 8.5? a. in.
Iidgeway.........8.20 P n . 4.29 a. n.
Dilyfj 11 wood. .8 p. in... . . ... 4.48 a. in.
Columbia............4.20 p. ..... ... 5.80 a. m
Pills-MoMster, Brice& Co. t
Fine Llquors-J. Clendining.
Divine service may be expected at
I 1 l piISL 1_inn-I I i It. I.,) a LI Ut,
7j p. in. to-morrow. Prayer mneeting,
this evening at 4 o'clock. Sunday
school every Sunday at 10 a. im.
Yesterday was Good Fiday. There
were the usual services In the Episco
pal Church, and the. Nti-a-,m Bank
was closed. Further than this, the
day passed uiiob'erved.
With perfecl, Iruthl it has beenl re.
marked timt the avenues leading to an
early grave have oftel I een o.meed
by a cough or c.-old. All theoi! a
Iilms iTtions ui.tly cured by Dr
.1ulPis Cugh yrup . For oIc by alli
(14-ggists. Pric only 25 centi per
R uous.--Sricc may be ex
pected in the diWfercu"t churches to
Iorrowv., as follows: -
Episcopal Church---Rev. J. Obear,!(
11, A. Mr.
Associate Reformed Church-Rov.
J. M. Todd, II A. M., fand 7 P. mi.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. H1. B.
Pratt., 11, A. m. and 4j, Pr bi. Sunday
Sohool, 9, A. "%. Prayer Meeting,
Wednesday, 46, P. 3M.
Methodist Church-Rev. G. W.
Whitman, 11, A' n., and 76, P. Mi.
Sunday School, 10,. A. u[. Prayer
Meeting on Thursday at 76, r~. M.
NEW, A6vna'rSxEnfENs.-Messrs. Sn
hecnheimei. & Grocschel ale out in this
Issue with an 1 alpIhnbctical list of thle
things they have and the things they
can do in the wvay of dry goods, cloth
ing, boots, shoes, hats and fancy arti
cles. They have their two stores wvell
filled wvit.h goods, and people who doni't
want to be tempted to spend their
spare change had b)est keep away.
MrIi. J. Clendining announces the
arrival of a fresh stock of wines, li
qliors, segars and tobacco. *Mr. Clen
* diin g has had extensive. experience
ini his buisiniess, and, wvith ample facili
ties, lhe.is able to keep well up with
Messrs. McMaster, Bice & Co. men
tion~ thmat they have a full supply of pills
-for a list of whioh reference must be
had t'o their advertssomeut. Pills are
a necessary thinug, and a very good
thing ill their way, too. If you should
.want ally, call on our friends and make
a judicious selection..I
THE~ COTTrON CASE.-The Columbia
.Register of Thursday says: "The
-Supreme Court has decided the cases
of Elder vs. the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad and th-e Rail
road Commissioner vs. the Same, the
opinion.in each case being by Judge
Willard. In the case of Elder the ver-1
diet in the Trli Justice's Court -was
for thle plaintiff. The Supreme Court
affirms the declsion of the Trial Jus
tice-Court and jets aside that *of the
Cicuilt Court. .. In the case of tile iEiiil
road CIo,nmissionier the Supremo Court
decided1 that the' Act does not afford
any mens of teteininuitig theo force of
ex pressi pns heavy articles anId artitle.s
of reasuremnent ajid tha~t thdose terms
must be definied by proof'of the custom
or praetico'prevailing at the ti'e' of
-th'o passage' of' the Alt,. There is ne
evidence in:this 'case on which sa con
strUetion of these temps can 'be spade
in their. applioetIon' to entot'f ag/d
in balde, The.Jiidgmnent'6f ,ti0' att.
is reV'aodA11tl le Qase 'ei' "iNiicfeb
to tell 1'Wn vat I debidQd 'Ithout
seeing the dyi~i Ii'~ 1~ AS' (nu
deretand 'the nette4 ' e1~6A
Clh&ld thAt thei9 1o ,hei'
~&hi' 94# te i'Ctws
- a - ~~' er tih
Dkt regret is ti'at, the w6y is sVillieE
ror the Railroad Copanyz toprolong d
the litigation., OViI thQlai points
the car-capacity tlicory, an'd thethirty
pounds-to-the-cubic-foot theory, the <
decision. scoes to be point-blank el
against the Company. On the other $
hand, the law points made on behalf h
of the merchants, in the trial justice's *
iourt, seem to have been fully sus- I
tained by the Court-a substantial d
victory. We shall publish the full text
of the the declsIousAs soon jas we can
procure them. llr'the meantime it Is if
difficult to gather, flom the -Register's fi
remarkably meagro report of so im- h
portant a matter, just what questions
have been settled by the judgment of ft
the Supreme Court. It
LooK OUT I-Look out for the ly
largest stock of millinery. pattern hats, tj
traw chips and braid hats and boi
nets, fRowers, ribbons, laces, silks, ls
ains, verbiias, fancy goods, ladies' d
Lies, fishues, gloves, corsets, dress S
Yoods, buttons, trimmings, dry goods, y
iomestles, &c., which are now open- Nj
ig and will be ready for inspection in a,
t tow days. Also another lot of the
cew and Inproved Davis Sewing hia
thine which is so popular and giving a
)erfect stitsaction. Over 75 of these w
nachines sold in one year. bi
* J. 0. BoAo. -a]
CoNoRESSIONAL Gossir.--Congqross- h
nan Mills, of Texas, is it decidedly in
iepenleit sort of person.' le has
>pinionis Fon almost every question,
md feels no sort of hesitation about l
xpressing them. When the subject t"
if political "Ariders" wias up iv the 0'
louse a few weeks ago, he spoke and Iti
roted against tho-party in a very man- w
y wvay. Last Saturday he gave an- e
ther illustration of lis somewhat I
eckless way of frecing his mind. It 01
vat in lie ways and means committee, c<
if which lie is a member, and on the d,
econd day of the hearing upon tihe f
>aper question. Congressman Rus- b
1cl1 and Miller had already used three- !Y
iuarters of the time, and another ia- 1K
)or manufficturer. hatd just been called 01
lp, when Mills interrupted to ask a
iahairman Wood how much longer this
oj of thlimr ias to go oi. Getting no t
atisfactory answer, lie took up his hat d,
imd overcoat, remirked that he h:ad al
icard all lie wanted to on the subiet ti
mnd wam rrmdy to vik, and Qsalked out "
f tie roon. shuumber the door wit ith al
riolen . r 1:1. 1 he lind blu tit.
The %Aoito whichMr n:t
nltroduct-d inl the ena prp;.. tl
)500 6) e'l Libarhin Sp .1 d
broad hwing m te rec.. to -i1po.t
M fri'etI h'-l'm ofn ihie ''hi V:Rh l,;
oflpo .u .U ile u.-a % -o h
.10 lh\iml" thle 11-iil Ilgel Ill.,i It Of 'Ve I,'4!
1)n1. t T -I1 1),. e ll C - roin I. I
)' tle , wi.t it'l p1tb:ar . I biv
per ar ns e t hoindav, IVe (I
ibarim o Gti egW s is cl'tahily Pil- il
ifled to it- 2
TrilE ROCK 111F.T 11ACTORIY.-A meet- 8
-ng ot' tihe subscrniems to t( roed i
>tftoi t.rtipy at. this place b, serld at
Itoddoy's 11al,last, Satui'dav after'nooni
o eaun the rigt.of ta cohhyittee d
ibrarianr otfcoress now cetinl en- fl
:ioleddeomed ofip2anet Ie uti
T'HoEor of heu crn vAs hmee'd c
nof ise furotiers o te roosd "
aketton hevry atr hsace fwubasl t
Shieathe oreot ofh cottoite woud
inte at a poirvt. Afeecingutafony,s
on, wth aeovew, upo otin tnorha a
irtidem of'gimornc oul athoe beth
htecrd devedopmen flothis entepie.n
wehe relorte oil the psitonws heard,
mdi itnA.funsEd sutch iomat3ionastC
;oL dispeddfro ahnds ofM Iy th eot
kep tas ever tat tob addto
iyhethtIer oreot abuttndfaceoy would 1
iay'outhd oint.1,an Aftr consutn
.t wasmresol, t pon pmotion, that ao ..
atial o'arnantio n be ad ne be '
fhected wood canhe suploieig genrlemn i
werlme eriotd t fal chositin eengm
1er.O or 1.2 Whied, Bdell,d
its. ti dg was fevede that theadi
tiona Socitor Gasletged hertafte
Igo the cruedath auanod iate
rynd Rocksiin and otsicons.qeore
:hsapness, the grndo juryvil that tiro -
>te pit woul the Stto inurun wheer
ory not astle uedpenew te psolnve to
tha an oficratgemethe besisane
hic waodcae supie. forh in'u- C
Witho the adantg weet if thae the~
factrys umem'ndre tist faitmo
onda noleciturne Gatgavst t he
graned jmy ta cion chingmen ch
teya esisting aofoficer. Bthrfordse
ueticincatefi h roomJde being,ey
usrend in given juyh hattir s
inyr fhis woutydeso inqu itter
ao lanA office' atthime the meaninance
inhe whetittheono the ofaicery resist
sorrws retunde ondc fo the fith
tal peformnof his du, r~e il
souird noJertred e h c
younthg ar1olitoer.' In leJ woros a
hpecialg contbeuippnted by ea.mi strial
3harge of AIhi ty,doe t oncstute
tlanum offcrithhe me'l~kanin ofgh.
6.ecoiutio. Th g~ruad jury aer- b
:liten4t noij bitlw.n-Xdrh o Ent
methorbral dumit sul ?%d AQCngI
ho thli a one.resta.tel yoper-g
orgy ' edii) *Uhe seein 5
moned, and hwas beng wale4aad1
treated: ni vatilon way, whein we
went to press last night. It wats
guht,hatho was outfdantheta. py
a~th natt em t ,ie to k ie
~he last two
reth, the fitnous pill man who died at
lug Sing a few days ago, left hi chil
r1ell-sovel dtgliters an1d six sonis
r'ettv well off. Is -will gives the
aughters the Drandreth House prop.
ty on Broadway, vlieh he valued at
460,000, and all the remainder of the
itate goes to his sons, who are to pay
is widow $12,000 a year oubof It.
hen Brandreth started his business
L had hardly money enough to pay
ally expenses, but lie jelieved sti-ong
in advertising, went into it as large.
' as hie lould, and finally became a
tillionaire by virtuo.of it. The regu
r doctors fought. him a longt ime, but
iund at last that they could not fight
m down, and then they gave it up.
lis pills went all over the vorld, and
to m9ney came rolling in upon him so
st that ie could hardly use it all, and
still pours in in the same way. At
to beginning lie had no expectation of
inking more than a good living, but
te sale of the pillk kept rising year by
Dar, and he grow rich as last a fewy
icky mem have (one In Wall street.
[e built a splendid country home at
Ing Sing, spent money freely in the
Illago, and becmto so popular that
lien his funeral tot place a few days
go almost every resid6fit was in tile
rooession that followed the hearse.
:me vory. rich men go to their graves
itliout rogret ainong the poor, but it
as not so with Brandreth. lie had
en a good friend to the poor, and of
I the peoplo in and around Sing Sing,
id when he died they all felt thatthey
xd lost a benefactor.
TAXING FEDEUAL BoNDs.-Tho New
ork court of appeals has unanimous
decided that a State can indirectly
x the market value of federal bonds
ror and above par. In other words
at, while the title to the original sum
hich the general government borrow
I and expects to repay is exempt, tho
arket prmnium on this title is not ex
npt. The question caine before the
>urt in the attempt of a tax-payer to
3duct not the par value of his bonds
oin the amount of his personal estate,
it th'eir market value. The reason
ig of the Now York court is ingen
us, that the congressional exeinntion
irV extended W the orliil $10 on
$100 bond, but it will not stand.
rhe pou or to tax is the power to 'do
roy.'" was the broad principle laid
)V in Maryland agallistMcCullough,
id th6 Federal suirenie court is cer
in to decide that a power under
hichi a State Legislature could by tak
ion restrict. the'credit of the general
)vniiut to the par value of its
m is in effect a power to destroy to
11., ("!.free i h credit of the United
COrY:JE Posis.-Nothing adds so
k-h i t.:e coti aid heauty of
Aiu r he culivaiillin of 1lowers.
or d1wo's anlythinl..g ,d(l miore to tle
A atm omt'or ol' mani or woman
taml tho roe on th e hls of those
:gd boon.h. Dr. Gildor's Liver
;.l:I will ulway; imipirt. this roieate
0e i t' ed in tiht.. F.r sale by Dr.
. E Aik.- 20
--'TIhe r ction inl the aggregate
:posits in Irih sivings banks during
to last three yeats amkiounts to $18,
)0,000. in dhi three years of dis
ess, 1860-1-2, the reductlon was
15,375,000, and in 1847-8 the decrease
ORl IVERl-Ayer.'a, Moffeatt's Motts',
Parsens'. Pe'tera', Moionn's, Me
ane's, Cook's. 'Cht,ney's,''Strong's,
aynue's, Wrigljt's, McMaiter & Birioo's,
-ider's, Tutt's. Sohenek's, *lRadway's,
verybody's. Wor Fiwer andl Agne-Hart
r 's. DeMilor's, Dennet.t.'s, Shalenbergei''s.
'ther Pills--Shapre's Dyapopsia,- Clarke's
emale, Compound Cathartio, lodoform,
trychnino, Mbrphine; Quinine and As
.amtida Pills. o.r sale by
McMASTER, BRICE & Co.
P IN E L IQ UOR S.
L H AVE recently made. extensive -addi
tions to my stock of Winces and
quora, which conuists. of a full assort.
Ltnt of'Uye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey,
ronch Brandy, Apple Brandy, Peach
randy, Sherry Wine, Souppernong Wine.
haimpagne, etc., etc...
jaer I claim to sAll the FINEST AND
UBREST RYE WHISKEY to be -had in
rinneboro. Give IL a trial.
I also also k ep on hand a fullsupply of
SEG ARS AND TOBA.CCO,
great variety, and adapted to tha tastes
Call at.the PAL'ET TO HOUSE, in the
inh .~ CLEWDIWINO.
OAL TA1, ' COAL TAR,
OAL~ TAR, ' COAL TAR,
For sate at the Drug Store of'
mclh 25 W. 19. AIKEN.
. LEIRE' SALE.
TATE OF SOUTH OAROLINrA,
-COUNE'T ON N'AIlII,1.
ohh L. Wallig, klaint*' against
William H. -walling and Others,
N pui'duance of an'orde'of the Court
qf Common Pleas *maje in. the
boveastated case,I p.wIlo ilr tol,
af'ore the eat4tome door in' Wh4sa
o'o, bm the .tre Monda in April
ebI ota)v to ~fthigetbde
sid and 8tete ar9eeald, oti)~
bre ose 4~uIglu
~m D ootlI!~,ah
~ 0 o'ff kht~
M U N I C I A L 1 q 4 * W 4
N4OTICE iR hereby given that the ati.
Ual election for In -wdant aVr4
feur Wardenf forthe Tow1 1i IAboto,
8. 0., will be held In the Tq . 1 on
Monday, the fifth d&%y of-AP90, 49, be.
twoon the libtrs of seven o61061, a. to
and fve o'clock, .. Tho 6ook wiil
be open for regiatration o4 Thursdiy,
Friday and Saturday 3iet 'preeding Xe
day of election, conmoning -at six
o'UTo,, a, U.. and closink at Rix o'olook,
0. U., oftoh day. The following citi.
zons 14re hereby appointed managers of
said registration and election, vi.: A. H.
Fleming, W. 11. Williams and Willis
By order of 'oincil: -
E. 8. CHAN"LER,
moh 16-td Cl-rk.
ALL SORTS OF NICE GROCERIES
Fresh Augusta Flonr, of all brands, Fresh
Buckwheat Flour, Kentuoky Dried eef,
Breakfast Strips, Now les Mokerel, New
Mess Shad, Fish in all sizdd pokages,
suitable for plantation us6. lure LEaf
X.ard in caps, bucketa and tubs, Seed aAd
Eating Irish Potatoes, Gardbn Seeds, -ste.
Steel Plows. Collens & Co.'s Axr,
Boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grad
cents per lb. and upward.
A large stook of Liqaorp,- Wines, and
Cigars. Give me a eall.
W II. DONLY,
doe 18 On the Corner.
HAVE ENLARGED THEIR STOOR
Making It entirely unnecessary for
their customers to go outsidoof M1111:8.
boro for any article in their lin. They
pedge theinselves to givqe advantages
VA RIETY, QUA LITY A.*YPRi1CE.
Er Extra fino artic.les which the
market willl not justify in ,stock, will
be prooured on sttort notice.
M . JOSEPH GROESCHEL. of the
houso of Sugenheliner and Groo.
sobel, is now in New York, laying in a
supply of Sprung goods in groat variety,
Lookeout for him when he gets baek.
5 BARRELS Buist's seleoted Irish
Potatoes, 1 car-load of White
Seed Oats, 1 car-load of Lime, and a tol
stook of selected
*We are agents for the following biands
of Guano.: Patapaco, Lowe's Georgia
Formula, Aoid Phosphate, G. Ope:& Sons
tSolo Ammoniated Super Phosphate of
Lime and Dissolved h3one, South Caroli
Give ur a call, and we will give you
3.F., McMASTER & CO.
Now d~oods of all kinds e'ontinually
arriving at *. I. ~Baty A .Co.'s, on
WQcar loads Ilno WiteO Uorn
tocar loads F4dder, HIaf .an
Will fiud it to their interest to eall
on me before they make their a4~s-.
-nthe et ore south of8s e~sn.
Groceie'sQhthInmg Sf*a.' -
The many friends of Mr. JNO. D. Mc
CARLEY, reoognising bij poouliarifthes
for the offioe, respectfully nominate bi
for sheriff of Fairfeld County-subjput to
the aoton- of the Democratio primary. .
FOR SOHOOL COUItsSIONER.
The filends 'of DR. JOHN BOYD,* ap.
preoiating the skill, zeal and fidolity
with which he han disobargod*&he duties
of School Cninmiumions.r, respeothully
nominate him for re-eloction- --subject to
the notion of the Democratic prinorios.
.Mesars. Editors: As nominutions are in,
order, persit us to present the name of
CPL. JNO. B. DAVIS oR a candidate for
Sheriff at the ensuing eleation, subjeot
of course, to the action of the Democratic
primaries. MANY FRIVN41.
FOR JUDGE OF PAOD1Ai.
Messrs. Editors : Please ani-ounce the
preseit incumbent, J. R. Boyles. Judge
of Pro6ate, as a candidate for re.election
at the enAiug election, subject to the aq.
tion of the Democratic party at the pri.
maries. By so doiig you will oblige his
14 MANY FIENDs.
.Vesers. Editors: Please anno - y
J. 1 teston Cooper as a candidate for the
Democratid nomination for sheriff at the
coming election (subject to the decision
of the primppy election) and oblige many
friends in the
SouzuwMZa PoRTIoN'OF TU OoVIT5
FOUi COUNTY COMMISSIO 'ER.
The frienc iof Mr. James G. Heron, of
Salem, respectfully nominate him for the
office of County Commissioner at the en
suing election. -subject to the action of
the Democratic primary.
FOR SCH1OOL COMMISSIONER.
The frionds of the REV. J.aMES DOUG
LASS respectfully nominate him for the
position of School Commissioner of Fair
ield Couinty at the. ensuing elootoi
subject to the action of the Democratic
party at the primaries,
HOW WATCHES ARE MADE.
It will be apparent to any one, who will ex
amino a SOLID GOLD WATCH, that aside from
the necessary thicknes for 6hgr&%itt and
polishing, a lArgo'proportion of the precious
metal used. is needed only to stiffen and hold
the engravd portions in place, and supply the
n cesary solidity and strength. The surplus
gold is actualy needless so far nas UrIr'r and
beauty are concerned. In JAMS-4 1s' PAT.
ENT QOLD WATCH OASES, this WASTI Of pre
cIous rnilIs overcome, and the HAMR88.1IaIntry
AND STAINOTH produced at from one-third to
one-half of the- 'u.vi cost of solid cases. This
pr.cess is of 1ibe nst: blimipt n.-ture, as fol
lows: a plate of ninke) composition metal.
spoolally 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 resuWt is a strip of hpavi plated
composition, from which the cases, backs, epn
tree, bessies, *0,. are out and shaped by suita
ble dieis aud tormors. The gold in theso eases
is sulflOtently thick to.edmit Of. all kinds of
chasing, engraving and enameling; the en
graved caseS have been carried until worn per
fectly-smoeth by time and uowtotrmv
lag the gold. us ib~trno
TIS IS THLE ONLY CA8E'MADE WITIH T WO
PLA TES OF SOLID GOLD, AND WVARIRANTED)
BY SPECIAlI4 CEltTIFICATE.
For sale by Connor * Chandler ad . Muller.
Ask for Illustrated Catalogue and to see war
rant. -mcl l--ti1y
ANEW suppily of Family and Planta
A5 bbla. CoeiceNe Orleans Molasses,
80 bbls. Choice Cuba Syrup, besides other
Jaecson's best grades Family Pb
A lot of Pattent Family Flour-the best.
in the Boro,
All grades, from the highest to the
Peaberry (something nevr), Rio and
Java. .Also Parched Rio and Java,
Bought before the advanee, and oi
articles toq numerous ti) mention.41
sold at the lowest poslibte prices.
5UT, *IVZE one of th BA e
uo$.rf Liur.i he
r Qle of our business Is to ."tr 'e"(11
i,argaini io buying our stook, enablov it
0atse We offer the be-4t stock this Spilng
)ar, a oinpetitor.to give.you bettor val
tnireah, new style axid very loV
-eol g an intt'eet iniur 6ns!o -nore, e(
t7lo1.aru advancing in Pico' but otir pr
Teavy stook to sell. nax ous and willing I
n1 Dress Good. we ai'u to lea.1 the trale.
ennq and R'asslnkOre. (' loths, OtC., we Hll
aliicos. Giigitum, Alpavas. Silks, etc. )
a -.1ies will tinet muc to pleaso thonhdin
any oustoners have we. but we want mo
ever, under any cironiaoancep, wil' we
ily fir-t-class Goodi- each of a eptclal I
prices alwa.s low. quality of goo-.b con-i
ality is a much a ioni .oration with %
tibbow; and Lces, to deck tho I-rotty fi,
SbI don't topeak it. ont lond; but our stooh
F-i'mmnngs for Dre-ess.w, Cloatks, and all ti
Ln.lerwear for ladies, for Spring and Nun
rety is the delight of the woman's boa
.en you want. anything we haven't got
K.tra Ine stock of 1ildios' rloves and P11
kou arQ invited t.- o-, in and son our Now
&itiuevo in our efforts to pleos. w hope t
ple., of goods. which will make you al
juid received anpother lot of 'thio latest
Wo are yours,. over -ready
n workmanship if equal to a Chron
4 as a first-class Piano It receive
md Centennial Expositior s. IT SE1
ither machines. Its capacity is un
IACHINfS sold in the United Stai
others. The WILSON MENDING
of repairing WITHOUT PATCHIL
WANE WILSON SE1
OC - - .
Fiut INSUItANCE AGNCY
JAYEs4 W. LAW.
7 o the Pulie -
Why not insure your propei-ty? Soi
~he cost of a per dicxinixponso:
Dnily coat of insuring $1,000 at 3 po~
ent p)or annumhlI is only 8[ cents.
At 21 por cent. per annuim is only 7 e
AL 1. per cent. por anunm is only 4 c
At 1 per cent. ior nnnum is on1y 2c.
At per cent. per annum is only' 2 .
At p er cent for 3 years is only.1.88
At 1& per cent. for 3years isony 1.3560
At 1j per conii. for 6 years is onl 0.8806,
At 2 per cont. for 6 years is only 1.10.
Dweinngs in town -or country, dotacix
d, insurable at the following rates, viz.
For .one year ( per cent.
For three years 14~ per cent.
For fi go years -. poer cent.
Barn<aandl contents., gin housn, bilsd
botton, store houses., ma3rihandliso, iili
ud oh trohe.. insurabloat adequate rat i.s.
[represent only the very .best comimm
xies of lang experience and wvell establish.
JAMES W. LAW,
COME QUICK !
JOME QUICK I COME QUICK
TOME QUICK ! COME QUICK:
AND BUY STOCRINGS.
AND .BUY STOCKINGS.
adies', Misses' and Childlren's Host
Eadies', Mieses' and Children's Host
WILL BIE SOLD,
.WILL BE SOLD
Cheaper than ever beoard of.
Cheaper'tbsiu ever hoard of.
Eaif Price,. Half .New Yorkt Cost,
IM1f Prieet Half New York Cost
C0ME AND) SEE.
KCOME A ND sEE.
QUOME ANt D EI2.
- oM 4STER,DRICE & Coi
$OY TV1 iv 0* 'oSi i.
1P HEN IN N1E0 OF
offir n'*raii to cli3tomr. -
tha wu Ilav''v'er Phown.
nos for your roneyAthai we do.
eA1ro' thoir. .fr*endsip. - i
icca ar:orthvNya-low. .. . .
,) mhoWyoll our goods.
Soo our new styloa.
>w a large mtock for men and boys' wo.wr.
L flnf, now stock of thomo go,)Is.
ur stock of Notionii and Dres Furnishings
re, ant d we will got thom, too.
knowingly misreprsont anything we sell.
ind-and many kinds have A e to w
oke.l. CoII a1:1 examnino.
m as (jatitity; we buy the best.
m 4which bolong to nur coxstomerm.
pf L.%dios' iFlHiury is now. largo an nico.
e Piraphernalia of I a -lics' War.
uner. No-v ik'thc time to buy.
rt, Ken our mock and then weep for joy.
An stock, wf'll got it for you.
ravolat Prioom low.
Onk Is whethor you wish t.o buy or nnt.
o soo you all in good time, a)d sell yet
style WiXdi? flitts---ttheT-ind(io*'Favorito.
SUGENlIlMElt & GRdEBCIEL.
D1m1ter "WatCh, and aM .t1grantly ininh..
l the hig host awards at the Viennf
YS ONE-'OUR1TH FASTER than
mited. T' ero re m ore WILSON
of than the combined sales, of all th -
AT"T CH M ENT, for doing all kincl-s
G. given FREE with each machinw; -
VING MACUITE CO
LI'.,U. S. At,
O NIOIN SQUAR E
THE JOHNSON REVOL.VIQ 00KCASE.
Yriwgjyrs, Ccrymein, Phystetanse,
.lditors, Banker,' . ' Tahe.w
MEerchantis, *'.. tuan,
and all who read books.
ITolds more 1:ooks in les r.pace thtan an1 otlier
devic-otaes at a lugor's ,otich-Sho es ad
jusabe t higst deird--Each shelf is Wdinelhes
a tsare, holding a sobt of Appleton's (Cycl owdia.
adfIrotannot warpj)or woar'out. eui
fully ornamented, nwaking a h,an ie anl novel
pioco of furniture. Sir.es for table hold I or S
*ers oftbookm sizes for loor r4hold or
books, aas de . So foridescri pio It.
Send2J ents foronarNzfr LLUiUinT~ LoGU -o- -
with ove'r 800 XIlustratlons of ~'uoatienal go
useful articles. -
. ARER,-WRATT & CO.
Sehool Furnimber,, and Dealers lin ewrythilng in Ihe
Book and StatJenbry ligie,
HIaDQUARTERS FOR AL.S.CHOOL. 'SUPPLIES,
.142 & 144 Oranad St., Ie# torm4'V .
TO TH1~ Of'IlS O~~~E4
sol tojkj 0
e rth eith~