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Winnshoro Publishing COpptuy
Winnsboro, S. C.
For Sheriff--Ifain FrIends. b
Masonic Meetingr-.( 11. M IcCants. T
1Kniights of Honlor-E. 8. Chandler. p
Tmportan~t Noie-T. 10tt,, n:
No mad dogs aindno now candidattes B
this weck. Whither are we drifting? -ti
If the presidents of the .di(Vorent di
Democratic Chrbs will frnish us the S,
necessary information, we shall be
pleased to pulblish, frice, notices of their e
meetings and accoiatis or their pr*o tl
The thanks of the office are tendored o<
to Mr. J. Cleudining for some delici- c<
.ous 1itnt jueleps, son J at a I most o p- I
.Clendining Is an adept in his a4rt, and
when he -fis things ip, you mqay rely s
.npon their he-ing j)aat.able. In
It was currentlystated in town a 01
couple of days wago 'that the Couneil Il
had adopted a repl$mation prohibiting f"
hic sale or meats outside of the mkarket,
except between the .hours of tiwelve, tj
;n., and four, tp. il. This is a mistake R(
'Tihe rulo rmains .as hcretoforc-the pi
,bours being from ten until four o'clock. P
We have received a copy of the an- t
nuin catalogu.e of Wolfl'd College, a
.Spartanburg. The institutio) seems
to be in a flourish )ing condition--is it
.deserves to be. Fairfleld is r-eprescit- on
ed by Air. M. BroWn Mc~laster, of m,
Winnsboro, a iember - of the Sbojfho- R
more class. M
A party consisting of Colonel Black, e
Major Woodward, Captain Lihaillard hi
.nd Messrs. G. 11. MtecMaster and J. fn
M. Stewart, left on Monday for a di
*wek's hunting and fishing dowln on \
.Coone Black's pitce, on the Wateree, ts
-. In Richliand connty. .KIay . icy have k
A cori'espondent staites that Geoneral e
riatton is Chester's choice for goyer- 'y
ior. There is no uman in the State ii
more worthy of thc.of9.ce, none who
would f1ll it more wvithi an eyec single
,to the public g'ood, nooiic more hoth to
acck personal proformnent and nonte b
wvhomi F"ariicld would more gladly C
Col. Cad. Jones hast w itten .to Capt. .
:Loyles, to say that the York) County'
uurv'ivors' Assoc'iationi will unite witl j
,thc T.'welfth Rcgi.me'nt on their anni- a
ver's&ry reunion this y'ear--whiclaIih
,counme ofr on t he third Thursday in Au-- (
gust. Ample preplar'ations will hbe
xnade for. the occasion, and a grttnd hi
.time may be expected-r
Tue agreement to close stores a ti
Ialf mast six .in the after'noog has bceen c'
:signed by all but two or three firms in u~
town. We hope tebey will .miakl t~ho ~
.thing unanimnous. Very little business
-,s transacted iiu' the cyecujugs, and the
,cherks are compelled to hang around v
.thie stores and 40i notliiig whben th~ey P
.nd~ght be taking som~e nedthil j'eca'ea
tion. Give the young mueu a chan~ce,
WeT are requested to state .that the
cfasterville Democratic 'Chub will s
meet at the usual p.ia~co on Sat.urday, ei
;theo 22n d inst., at 3 o'clock, p. mn., toy
* elect officers f'or the ensuing term, to
.select delegates' to .the approaching -
County Convention, -and to ~transact
,such other business as miay come be
fore the meeting,. The pyrcside.nt de
- sIres a Adl tuortout of the members.
Rtem'ember the readings anid .recita
- tions by ,M~ise Wood in the Court
House on Friday evening. The~ad
-m2ission fee ja .twenltyrIiv.0 00nts for
.adults and ten cents for children half
'the ,proceeds to .b.c given to the IPresby- a'
terian Church. Miss Wood is .a thor
*oughly trained elocutionist, ,andI her
repertoire is ox ten sivo.. Suaclh enter
tainmnents as she gives are both please T
nug and Instructive. 'We hope that
Winilsboro .will give her' a cordialre
SUIT FOR DAMAOEs.-AII action ,of a tit
somiewhat rare .character for these
~parts was.fLreld before Trial .Justice
*Iobertson -and a jury on TuesdayB
morning. Edward A~rthumr bro~vght ay Cd
.action against June DavIs for iinjuries F
:gitstained by reason of an assault and **
batter'y .lponi his ownl per'son. The ~
plaintiff was represen ted by 0. 'W. of
KBuchanam, Esq., and Mr. A. M. Mac
key Aprieared -for' the defendant. It 4
appeara 1haba the paites qtuarrmoled over
: iel0et and corne to blows ?Ed- 01
ward receiviiig hat geemned to be a p
severe bogting 'at. tlie .batids of his au -
dtoio tpr s tried before ho
'ral Ju#t8e tk om the .criminah s
chay'Q~t indg9tIty,4 lUigbed.by a ri
lne, Not ati e'4eiwitta .this viridica.
jrgeof the Justice, the Jury render
ed a verdict for the defentdaut. The
aintift's coun1sel atL on1co gave notico.
r anl appeal to the Circuit Court.
Tin.: Oct> Six-ru .-m.wr BAI>.
he Chester Bullein of the I ith inst.
Lys: "The $;tiidy River Baud head
I 10 Illeiorial procession yesterday .
WIs i. itting tributo to ti 'Old
1111dy Rliver Band,' that its successors
iould be given this ditinction. 'li
teItloi of this historic nam1e will -yet
Wrill ilh(e (lhe bosomii of IIII. a SQlithl
-i soldier with patiiotic fire. This
(d band, knlown by near-ly the whole
tle Ariny of North Veri Virginla, was
m, solice of ml1'any at weary solier's
iouglhts-its notes awakene. iany
veet ImeimIories ofIouo and friends.
lie nment ion of its Old familialr name10
1w, will renind inmany a soldier of
>1110 lutkpiy incident, siomei funusing
isode, some bitter trial, somlle sad
'ent--the hardships of camp 1ifU, the
>rrows of w ar, the terrors of batt le,
le ralcor of tiefeat. But the war,
ith its horrors niid sorrows, has pass
L. Thke dead arc remembered, t)ie
ige's lowl blast las ceased to echo.
11e 'Old uudy River Uih(d1' 11:hs her
ace ill hitory uid ill the heart. and
e1or) ofeve ry Soither soldier,"
Ti-:, FoiMF 01.' 'rIn WI O,>N T.RIa
D*.-Jit. is doubtfin) whethfer atten
I his beenl , sul)icl,)tly directed to
o part ihe forc ofwilul plays inl pro
aeing alteration of the boJol-pres
re in localities of* the0 ~1surtee.. Ill
11 healt1h this M11y. be all unimportant
n1Sideration. 11h0 skini being stilnuhat
I to a proper degree of te~nsion, an.4
0 uamrlying vessels su1fhvi'tg. I
impressioi ; but ill the case of persolis
low vitality this "bracing" My not
cllr, Or Iillost inlstanltly Subside, and
mgestion of dcyi) orgah-i s l:ar thell be
echalically produced by ipeoltged
posLc to the force of i Strong- wid 11(l,
mIeIALuuxcs numtibness.and event paraly.
4 of the nerves ilay result 11om( the
m)t c ause. Ii the* old coacihing days
Cilal "a Ilv sis w as i well-recogn zel
.uit of sittillg with the face to he
eli wiidow. u ti) .more rapidIv.
oving railway carrilge of to-day tic
1gic of iucidlelce mid relction
rows the C.iTelt of air onl tile pas:.
lger sitfilg on.e seat removed froin
c Window, or t(e cuirenit of air
rikes the back of the carriagoe, and is
issed round behind the necks of tile
LsSelgers, .ats .Illy on1e llay dem1on0
rate with a ligted Uateh. In all
ese instances it is tihe force as miuch
Sthe telolperature of tlhe jet of tile air
111311 produces the result's soilletimes
toerienced fromiu ''sillinuug iln IL
'aght," The quiest iOn arises whethi
this litte fact, taken ill coillectioll
ith others, ImaY n1Ot her'eafter be
und to throw sole new liglt oil the
itlre ofta ''cold" and its 1110rbid phe
)>mella. Perhaps, after all, 'cold
tchiilg" is ill part at leas(, a process
which the blood is forlcibly drivel
.t of a particular areaL of the stvr
ce, while the vitality of its nerve' is
minished by liechallical depression.
very small jet of air phiymg11c cOi
aually onl a limited . Space vill give
>Ile hyper-sensitive IIinviduials a
yero ')cold. ."-rLon don Lanel.
D.IuEu) FO R HIS MOT HaIIR.-I11 3.s ac..
Iunt .of th~e funeral of Charles De
olung, recntly assassinlaf ed by I. M.
~alloch ill: San Fni'~cisco, thec Alty
a/tgormna says: "Onl one wail wz.us
)ticedl a haidsomol gilded frame, COnl
iuninig aL incoQ -o)f silk cmibroidered
ork, ai brighit wreaCIth of flowers oni
hatck .silk , thle centreI' r'eaini1g,' 'To
harles, from Mother, 1880.' it spoko
)eply for thle lov'.e that was .betweeti
ic nolrdered man11 and his algod miothi
.Just 0 ftlr the shlootin~g the dread
ti news wais kept fromJ heCr, bult whlen
1C b)ody was taken home she had b)een
ld the wyorst. She was -dazed by
IC news, an<: sceemed not to comnpre
m~jd 1110 aw ful truth.' Wheu she w~as
>ld that the fiec was so disfinrured by
ie -pow der bitrnlsishe retfuseS to view
,sayingr she wished to0 rem~emlber
LI im 11h was to her, and( nlot as5 mar-1
al in muhirder.. It was the saddest
hose of all the tragedy. From that
m11 she was(l SO prostrated thlat she
)mld not again leave her r'oon, anad
'as pre~venmted fromn attendcing~ the fn
oral. One of the most unoticeable of
10 floral decoraitiouls about thec casket
'as a iihiow of' white flowers, which
o~rc i1 its -centire, wvorked iln pLurp'le
bloets, 1110 inscription, "'Diegl for his
Me~ssrs. Ed~itorsg: Please anlnouneo Mr.
iS. L. RICHMOND as a .candidato f'or
leriff at the enisuing election, subject to
e action of.the Docoratic Clubs at the
r'imaries, and oblige MANY FalENDs.
'H reOgular monthly communlnication of
, Wimnsboro Lodge, No 11, A. F?. M.,
il bo hold .at Mlasonic Ha'll this
.'haraday) evening, at 8 o'clok.
-0. 13. McCANTS,
may 18..tl Secretary.
i(NiITS oF HomoR,
fHE rgtajr semi- nnthl~y meetinw of ~Fruo
.IBrothrhoodl Lodge, No. 8-44, ill be 111d in
801n1o Hall1 tis afterndon 'at 4 o'clock. A full
id prompt atctendanice is rO1uestd,~
pay 18 ,Reperter.
a Persons Accustomed to Sending
Money by Rieglster'ed Letter.
THERE'S NO SEOURITY JlN 75Eg
.f your monfl is losteor atolog, you ma~y
tolh the th ief but not thoe.money-and
0 mney i8 what you want. The Gov.
nmqpt 4Qu't repay such losses.
-ZIUY A CJIgnOK.
Fromi the WINNSBORO NATIONAL
INE, which we will soil yon at ton
nts fo~r amnouants not -exceeding fifteen
>llar9, fifteen cents for .ppiounts not .opc
oding tWenty-five dollars, twenty-five
nts for aipunts net exceedilng seventy.
re dolptars, and at'- not abo.ve ,threa
ghiths per .eent. for auny amount aboye
at you are thus made
BSOLUTElLY SEOUE AGAINST LOSS..
We garantee that. If your original
0,k .~lost or tln e o u
COME AND DINSI9T .WIgg~ Ull(
Wo hayp just purelhased a now time
ak, costing $350, and the~ Presid qt him.
If cant'opoh the sage hen th look Is
nning. T. IELLIOTT,
Cashier MbQ. Nat. Bank.
N ATHAN8 1,110S.' Old Cabinet ye,
1803, Cld 1';liloko Whilkoy, 1y'
Also, 1ottordim lrtoly. Cold Ulmniii fo
lunch froiu II to I o'clock every da at
may 10 J. (LENDIXN(I's.
An Ordinanco to Provent tli Carrylng
of Deadly Woopons.
p E IT ENACTED AN ) OIDA INE) y
.) the Intendaint and Wardetns or'ti (
Town Of Windib,>r-o, S. U., InI Couill
1. ihat horeifflor it ishuall not be lawful
for any pursoni to early conecaled ahboi
his person, within the corporgte linjtais o
Lhm -Iaid Town1, any) pisto), dirk,.ik
knife, bowie:-kIifo. riz'or, sli.g-hot
brass knuckles, sanid-bag, eword-eanlo 0o
other deadly wealon.
II. That any on1o violating 11pis Ordi
nanco, sha1ll b' arrested by the polic 1d111
collillitte0ri to tho g1l.ard-(lr8. lnIus,
good bail, in tho 1um ot fifty dollars, li
givenl to svellnu his appeaanllce Iefore tII
the Town Coucil for trial when a.n.
IlI 'l'lliltam.y-one violat illg th is Oreli.
n1an1ce, shail, uv0on coniviltion thercof, I
filed not -xitetleding fifty (o)llali, ). or he im
prisrqolIld in tle county jail foy a tefaa not
ewxceedinlg ten dakys.
1)one ill (out~ucil, this the 7th daxy ol
May,.rdghteen hundred allul eighty, with
the corposrt.o seal of i-aid Town allixed.
JA'b. A. lIIICE,
An Ordigange to Peoert-tho Frig1ten.
ing of Iforses.
I. That. from and after the paissfao o
this Ordinance. it shall not bO .Jpwfkp for
Illy person to fly anly kite, play Jinl y- game
of loot, ball, or engage, in tiny other' gamec
calculated to frightC horses, on tei
strcets of Ha!jd 'iwil la1lown ats Congres.
or Washington strot.
II. That an1y person violating this Or:
dilnance, tilall, uponl coivicIion tlercpf,
be fined in a slum not 4 xceeding toil dA
Dono in Council, this 7th day of May,
eighteen hIuIndrol(.1 and cghty, Iild With
the corporae seal .of said 'KTvn nlixog,.
JAS. A. liti1CE,
E. S. CllANDILER.
An Or.1nance to Protect tjlo Citizons
from Mad Dogs. .
I. That on and aiftir the 8th day ('
May. 1, all dogs found onl the streets
of sanid T,.o..wn not InIzzled4 )with at wiro or
other seculre uizzlo, shall be
killed by tihe police.
IL Thai, in carrying out this Ordinaitnc*
the polico may call to their i-istance
a1y iperson or per8sons.
Dono in Council this 7th day of May,
eighteen iundred and oight.v, . and will
.ohe oporatto.seqInof said Town atfiixed.
JAS. A. UICE,
2. S.. CHANDLER,
To Prevent the Salo of Lquors on
B E IT * NACTED and ordained by th(
Intendant and Wardons of the Town
of Winnsboro, in Council met:
That if after tho passag of this Ordi
nance anty person 1shall deliVer to any11 oth
"r 1)rsop iny spirituous or ma1lt liquors,
for any past, present or future considera
tion. between tho hours of twolvo o'clocl
on1 Saturday night and twelve o'clock on
Sunday .4ight, at any place within th
corporate limits of the .said Town of
be lia~bie to a 11ino of' fifty 'dollars; or t<
toe. days' jmpllrisonmoent in the cowl tyyjai.
of Fairfreld County,
Done in Council, this the 30th1 day o:
with the corporato seal of said TIown af
fixed. JAS. A. UIRICE,
Seal. E. S, CH~ANDLER, I1~dL~t
To Impose an Annual Tax Upon Cor'
tain Business Therein gIenti1oned.
~ EIT ENACTED1 and ordained by the
Intendanft and Wardlens of thb
T1own'1 of Winnabcro, S. C., in Counci
met, and by the authority of the same:
I. That~ atll lecturers, traveling thentri
cal com1pames10, concerts or musical ontor
tainmifents, or exhibitors of curiosities o
any kind, except for charitable purposes
wh'Io mayI 1icitre ,0,r .oxhibit within ths
corpora~ti limits of the Town of Winns
horo, shall pay an annual tax of one hun
II. Th'll .all peddlers, or vendors o
soaps, miedicines, goods, wares, or mer
ohandise of' any kind, not the products o
malnfacture of this State, or by a citizoi
residont in this State, wvho shall1 offer thei
wiares for sale within the corporate linait
of tho the Town of Wi.nsboro, ali' pa;
an annual tax .of one hundred dollars.
III. That all gift entorprises, itineran
lightning rod dealersr, itinecrayn t physicians
Purgoons, chiropodjsts, or ally so-calloi
professor of the anedical or siurgical alt
who shall carry on their business wvithir
the corporato limits of the Towvn c
Winnsboro, shall pay asg annua.l tax 9
two hundlrred dollars.
IY. Thast any pierson .engaged in an'
business above cnumo rateod, wh'lo shall
desire to carry on -the same within tih
corporate limits of the Town of Winna
boro, for a period less than a year, shal
jIay suchl less sum thsan thle annual .tai
above inmpound on any such1 business s<
desired to be carried onl, as may .be
agreed upon betwoon such person ;ani
the Intendant (If sid Towvn.
Done in Council, this i ho 30th day e
April, eighteen .umndred and eighty. ani
Mvth ,the corporate seal of said Tfown gf
fixed, .JAS. .4. 1,RICE,
Attost.: -E. 8. E.HANDLER,
mnay 4 Cle.rk,
EA8IODL'. il Lne 01 4 .1
Ollye Ol,,Castor .Oil (old
resdCastor Ol (commnon), Coi
Castor 011, Emtalsion, ready..lor use .i
Fior .site~ Athe .pI ~ g Store of
ma 6 W...E. AIKEN.
TOcar loads fine White Corn
Ntwo car loads Fo(der, Hlay an
WVill Aud It to their inteorest to eal
On-mfe before they make their mrichas.
..98. . 4O,. )., McC4 Y
LT':In the store south of Sugenholin
cr & Groeachl'A Oloth1Ing Stor..
6rg, X41esec %'1o146 Go de et
N I N Lf Q4U. RS
iU Y recenitly madn(e extens.ive~ a'dd.
I ions to Umy vtoek of Win-s an.1d
liiquors. Which COnsisth Of It flill s.ort
nwn1t. 1of Itye Whiskey, Corn Whiskev.
Frthe linuity. ApIla 1riin-ly, -a
Brand14y, Sherry Wine, sen01ppernung Wine,.
Olmmipagne, ete , ee.
.7- I claitu Io m -11 the FINES'IT AND1)
PUI1.S1T itYE WiSKEY to iu hml ill
Winnsbor. (iv ii av trial.
I tss) l.-:o h i oil hald a fai~l su pplyot
s A I',' (YD) TOi11 C2,1 O,
in great, variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at tho UAL'' 1,21- lIOUS.S,, in thc
Winnuboro .Hotel buiildling.
A LARGE lot of Wheat Bran at
FINEST Tobacco and Cigarn at
THIRTY-FIV'E Barrels all grades
Wines tind Liquors at Dolly's.
?RE,SH Augusta Flour, Boltod
Mcal and Pearl Grits, at Donly's.
A IARGE. lot, of frcsly Canned
Goods and Fancy Grocerius at
ALL EINDS of Garden and
Flower Sceas, Cloyer and Qrass
Seeds at D;m1ly's.
BOOTS, Shocv, Hats, Hardware,
Crockery and Glassware, Wooden
ware and Willowwarc at )only's.
GIVE me a call and get a bargain.
W. H. DONLy,
api 10 Oi the Coine.
W E BEG LEAVE to inform our
customers and the public generally.
that we havo purchased from Mcssrs.
McMASTER BRICE & CO. their
entirec stock of -,
A-nd that weo will always hdoop on
hand a FULL AN]) SELE~CTED
STOCQK. All we askc is a trial, and
you will find oujr stock and pricces to
. Z. F. HoMASTER~ .& CO.
~I..AWTS and1 s-OBC)i-s,
GElOCE~RIES, ,&C., &., &0., &C.,
Juist to hand and for 3a1 at
(.CJI4nlIhorr, Cotung1xA & AUvouTA Rt. R.,)
' DyrrOS Asar. 0. ,PAss..AGENT., ~
C3ox~umA, S. C., April 7.)
.. N and orter April 13th, in -addition to
'the Saturday- oxcursioni cards, .this
Company wvill put on anlo at all stations,
goodl on any day or f,ran, local oxcusinn
Rtound trxip tipkots from And .te all sta
tronsi, gool foyr three dgs at .threo ..gonts
per xrilo, cach ,ivay.
R od ti o good for ten dlays,
stnjo, also, ate couon stations, tiqkets to
1Eow York, Phi olphia, D3a tmore',and
Washing ton, with excursion poup,s t
.Ashovil1l0, N. C., and rota~rn, abd .tb
.contiinning Journoy to destination, tei
enabling pasisenger at a smaali 'ooit to ,B
the ,magnificen Cseenlr? in the famnou
"LAND oY'-rlE iRY."' I'or' any of aboy
tickets apply to station Agents. Jfo r in
formnation acdres' D. ('ARD WELL,
'Asst.,G. P. A., Columbia, 8, C,
r SH unersinedbegs leave'to in~form
. i tsonr n the p~ublic gener
ally that ho is prepared to give satriste
tio to all wlho may favex him with their
wll shave you with taoll -outting
dyeing IAnd Areksinxg ir th1 tes..anr
most approved s.yle, stith
FMIl, CMU NTY CO.\l SSI Zlslo 1.
MA.N respectfully noioiinte him for the
lliu ce Cott "'minty 'o1mmi.isioner of' Ftrir
tiold-- subjeot, to the actionl of the Dein.o
er itiii ilary.
3/esrs. ilifrs: lee~so ann1lousteoMr
11. . LiLI~iti, JR., 1 A emilldi3Ite 1r1
Sheriff of Fairlield Cotin'y, at tle, snsu
ing" election- stibject, to tho aetion of thO
Dojimo:ratic primatry. MANxY FRIENrDS.
Tho m1,aly frienla of \ir. JNO. 1). Mc
CAllLE'Y, r-cogilizing his pecIliir Eltness
or tlie oi'hce, respectinlly nin0'it'ato him
for Soherii. of' Fairfled (o:lnty -subjeL to
the action (of' the 1), linoeraItio prirn-tuy.
FOlt COUN'TY COMAISlON Elt.
.1essrs. 1altifrs: P1'1so aninunttirco Mit
110111.ui' p. l101(IK as a cnd idte rim
Co unty Commiss-iOneri of Fatirtivlhl it the
ensiing; election -subjeot to th ktetion of
tho Deinocratio piimary.
FOR IS11018 OCJL A .C-1SS I O.N F, Q.
'The friends of DR1. JQIIN iQYO, ap.
preciatirig fite skill, zcal and fidelity
with which ho has discharged 1ho dlut ics
of School Cnmmissione-r, respetfully
nominate him for re-eletion- suibject to
the action of tho Durocratic prinutries.
- FOR SlLEIFF.
3essrs. .1lktors: As nixtinations are ili
orier, peimit us to preslut the name of
COL. JNO. 11. DAVIS ns a candjdanto for
Sherill'at the ensuing election, subject.
Mf course, to thr action of the Deluooi.atic
primaries. MAty Funix-mM.
FO4l JITIGE OF PRIQl)AT.
Messrs. J-.Uitors : Please anYounco the
prest1 incumbent, J. It. Boyles, Judge
Lf Proate, as i candidate for re-election
it the ensuing elentiou, sub ject to the
tion of the Democratic party at the pri.
miiairies. By 80 doing you will obligo -his
14 MANY FaH.
Mesrs. JBilors: Plcaso n noun ceo Mr.
J. Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
Domocratic nomination for sheriff at. the
omu ng election (subject to th1.0 decision
of thao prinury election) and oblige many
'riends in the
SCUTIMw.sTERN PouTION OF THE CoUN'rY.
FOR COUNTY COMMl.SSLONE.
The frien a . or Mr. James G. Heron, of
Salems, respectfully nomnato him for tho
of1(o of Coun'ty Commsuissiionier a 11en Ml
suing election- -slbject to th.0 ation of
the Democratji primary.
FOIL SCHOOL C(OmMIlSSIONEj.
The friends of the 11EV. JA MEB DOUG
LASS respectfully nominate him for the
position of School Commissioner of Fair
field County at the ensning eleotioav
subject to thec action of the Democratic
party at thse p~rimaries.
3. M1 3ATY & 00
Just received andr to arrive inr a few
Mal~ny new goods bought before the re
cenli heavy advanico, n hich will
Bc eicol at the very -lowest cash prices to
outr fraidaand oiiStomeorR.
Elegant Cashmnores, Hiornanui D)ress
Goods, Momie cloths, Bunting, &o.
A nice assortment of Calicoes,'M -inslins,
Lawns, Drose Linons, Ayhite Gooeds.
TQrChon Laces. Edgings, Hosiery, Hand
Lu orchiefs, Ncokw oar, Gloves, &c,
You can1 find. inl fact, Dry Goods of all
hinds at the (CORNERL STORLI,
.A at prices which we guairantee
lea~lse or we do not ask a salo.
Call early and give our stock a thorough
inspection, it is
Opur dielight to show~ our goeds.
Our stook of Zoigber Brotherb' fine shoes
and Bay State Serewed was
Never bettor, and of those .utd .vo make
a sp~oialty and warrant.
Tie shes in highi and 'low cuts, and b~ut..
ton shoes i~n 1bigh and lowv <,uts'
.11igh cut meni's gaiters, 41o w out 8'l100
hand aiin achino sowed, screwed.
E~ven the.cohrildrena ng~d babies were re
mnembered and a niceselection bought
Call-at once and make a soletlon of a
Cassimore or Blue Flannel;
Or leave your measure for a suit selooted
lSaro bargains ini soft Felt Hats, Stiff
Jfets andi Straw Hats,
Wow goodls in Crockery, Glasswaro., Ore.
cories, Hoes, Plows, &e
*1aeh departinient, is ready for a look. Call
-anid buy and be pLseapod.
geebrour motto is QUICK SALES,
TO T 1 ElF, T EZINS O 0 Fej IlE]l)
HAVrE esaL)ished( n LSE S l
Wininsboro, undi 11m prevpare.d to
sell stock siovk on vt.ry ; cconmodat
ill(, lemn'1 , -itller 1',41. s (r on1 filano
ntl next 1ltli t'r neiableihi paper.
I~'risons wish1ing 1-1 bill or swvap will
(,to w\(Itecll 01 Iil on ne Iefore(, purlclils
I will alsopar the ldighet, .cash price
CORN A NDppng
h-1veretii iny Sabe oil Cogressi
street, n one loor souiltii .of, the
1'.add buildinigu. I
HA.VE ENLARGED THEIR STOOK
QP1filI 1 U k Y 113 il-Lcsi r
boro 20'u r et n el ii.Te
V.J ET[Y, Q ALT N lC
meh 1 'LTI0~ ~ 1E
bowil b aparn loay onewho will ex- 120 Pl~
thoe ecessary.C thckes for~ yengraIvin3 g in
Vpolhing, Yr propor'ion ofi the preiu
fnc)a usedt yis lle only to1 (itII ilfen andk holl
te engraved fp)1ot.nstill 0lace, sind supll the
nom csar oiity anOd WAtr.ngthi. The21 rirolit
(hoh flo nry neelesslso for tis UTILiTg and
bounty aro cfoncnd. In JAMES 11088' PAAT..
ENT). OOLD WVAT1'll CASES, this wasTR of pro
Clflus.mel-1Is overcomno, and( 11he SAMS s.In2 ryT
AND I4T2INOTHn prodciCed at, fromt oneC-thirQ to
one-half of the usltci: cost of 5011(d cases. This
process of the moost, sh2ap1 na(tidre, as8 fol
lows: ai platel of iikel Compllositio m01 etal1,
speially adaplIted to0 (1he piiposo, has t.Wo lilates
.0f 801L1D 00LI) soldered 0one 01n 0ach side. 'Tho
three3 are 1.hen1 passed0( betwon polishued steel
I ollers, and1( the resull, tis a strip of heavy plated
comp losiion0.f .11n2 which (.11 cases, backs, con
tres, bozzles, &c,. aze cut and shaped by suilta
tile (dies and formors. TheIi goldi in theseO casos
is sufllciently thick to admit of all kinds of
chasing, engraving and Onameoling; the0 0n
graved cases have been Carried unt~il wo.r41 per
fectly smnooth by time and uso0 withoitt, rem~fov
Ing the gold.
TIII8 -IS TIfiE ONLY CASE 3MADE WITII TWO
PL ATE8 OF SOfLID GOLD, AND WARR AFTED
BY 8.PECIA L OER~T~FICA TE..
For sale by Conner & Chandler and 0. Muiller.
Ask for lilustrated Catalogue and to sCO war
rfant, . - monh 1-txty
FYilE iNdfURNdCE AENCy
J4YIES W. MAW,
7 o the .Public:;
Why noi, insuro your .property ? ESeo
thea cost of ai per diem 0exp0nse:
Daily cost of insuring $S1A00 .a 3 ,per
Atper con tr. per ,apnuin is only 7 o.
At 1or conlt. lpar .annum42 .1* .only 4 e.
At I por colt. jior .annum1)1 ip only 22 a.
At lc cent. per aninm is only 2 o.
Atpe.r oont for 3 yoars is only 14i
At, i per cent..for.3 years isony 1.l5 a.
AtA percept. for 5 ycars is ony 0. 88 c.
At 'opr cent for 5 years is only 1.10.
1)wo lin gsin town01) or conlntre, dotachl
ed, .insurable at the following rates, viz.:
For one .year ( par-cont.
Por three years I ) por pon..
For ilIo years 2~ jpr cent.
Sar-n4 and1 conitente, gip bonnoes based
cotton, Atote heuseh, mohandio,- nui h.
and ohurcohes insurablei adolso
I ept i) olr the vow eet
disa e 10
OHN ON, LARK .
30 UN'1ON SQUARE
MAss NEW-YORK CITY.
THlE JOINSOU REOLVIN6 DOOKCASE,
LeanVrs, Clergymen., Phys'eans,
.I .'dtora, Jianakers, .Tcachers1
and all who readi bo~oks.
Hokida 1morn 1 ools ijess sipac'o tlihan any other
taavI( Stl Id4It' iL ,t L tier~ - 1i l- lel inad
Sunie, liig at set of App'iloton's Cycloja'lia.
la t U relu f 1ro,i iinotwnlrJ)or wenfrot4t. AcautI
fiullyv ornamewnted, mafkinig aL hanudsomno and novel
acico of furniture. sizes for tablo hold 1 or a
tI era of hoo0ks; rizes for tloo'houlc 2, 8, or 4 tIers of
bookes, a det'sireid. S~endu for descriptivo pr'ico lIst.
-seund 25 eet' x fo)riour Nmyi Iluaxwrneroi CmrI.QGLR
pa fulIJIA.usrations of Educationa.1ana
IA K ER, PRA TT & CO.,
Sch1ooI ruiahulor,, and Delora In ororytilng in the
Rook antl StatIonery llne,
H'ADQUARTEIIS FORi ALL SCHOOL SUPPLIE8,
142 & 144 Graund t., Npw Y
A largo lot of choico Cologue, Ex-~
tra~cts, Soap,Toilet Waters,
To~et Powder, &c., &c., CHEAP.
Tun'r ECE1IVED BY
McMASTERI, BRICE & CO.
Allen's Lnng Balsamn, TutL's Expc
torant,. Ayor's Poctoral, B3on..
chlee's Germani Syrup, Dr.
Enll's. Cough Syrup,
.of Tar and Wild
Hldsani for tho Lungs,
Hafgioman'si T1'olu and Livera
wort. Expectorant, Wild Cherry
Pectoral Wine, Brown's Mixtureo
arlter's Lung Blalsami, McLano's
Catarrh Snuff, MtcMaster &
B3rico's Catarrh Snuff,
Clra o of of Potash Loznges,
Brown's Bronchial Trochls,
Eley's Carbolic Trohoos,
McLane's Lung Healing Ulobgo~
Fon SEE1 BY
M KMASTER, BARICE & CO.
NE W supply of Family .n 1*rant
15 bbls. Choico Now Orleans Molassos,
O bhUis. Clioic Cuba Syrup, SiESt
gratdos. -~t) oice to
12 1440Grad ., IwYo
Jaucks' boat grades Family Floir.
A Jot of P catnt Family Flone--the 'bq!a
In the B.oro.
AllI grades," fioi .he higbeM6 to t1
19 west. '
Poaborry (something new), ' 14o qn e
.Java. Also Parched Rio anst ,ava.
Bought-before the advaoce, ,&49lQ
articles . tO nterous to anto i)~
sold the .lOiisf s eQS~O'~~