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TOWN ANDi COUNTY
THURO-DAY, October 14, 1 j j 1880
TrMs OF Tin-NEws AND HERALL
--'ri-weeklv edition, four dollas pe
anum, in advance; weekly 4ditfor
two dollars and fifty cents perannum
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of five and upwards.
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marriages -and deaths published free o
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All communications, of whatsoeve
nature, should be addressed to th<
Winnshoro Publishing Company
Whmnsboro, S. C.
Cotton sold here on Wednesday a
ten cents. This Is encouraging, aik
we hope it will continue to rise.
We learn that Reason Gilbert, con.
filued in the penitentiary under a se).
tonce of thirty years for killing Calvi:
Strother, was yesterday pardoned b%
Diphtherla and sore eyes are stil
prevailing among our citizens. I
seems as if the latter would baflle all
remedies, but we are pleased to know
that the former is of a rather mild typ(
of that unusually malignant disease.
HENDRICKS AND hAMI"rON AT CHES.
TEn.-We have been requested by Mr.
John C. McAfee to announce tha
Governor Hendricks, of Indiana, an(
Senator Hampton will be in Chestei
during the Fair. This is a fine pah
.and will doubtless draw well. W<
hope that the Fair in Chester will provw
as splendid a success as it was lasi
Ti CHESTICR FAIn.-The Chestei
Agricultural and Mechanical Fair be
gins on next Tuesday, the Iineteenti
instant. On account of the nearnesf
of the election we suppose Fairfielc
will hardly be as fully represented a!
usual. Among the special attractiom
will be a glass ball shooting contest.
in which some of the Boro boys wil
take an active part.
Mr. Paul M. Brice, o? this place
left home on last Friday for Erskin<
College, and has entered the Sopho.
more class in thatmistitution. lie ha
been for several years a pupil in Mouni
Zion Institute, anlil at the late com.
mencemnfot at Erskine stood a ver)
creditable examination for admissior
into the Sophomore class. We wisl
Mim much success in his college career
Bethel Presbytery is now in sessior
Iln this pla1ce, the Opening exef-eise~
being held in tihe Presbyterian Churcl
01n Wednesday nilght. This church is
oneC of those that wier'e recently tranis
'ferred from the Harmonay to the Beth.
cl Presbytery, 'and tis is tile flrsi
meeting of the kind that has been helt
here sin1ce the tr'ansfcr wals made. 11
is expected thlat tile exer'cises will b<
of ai very inlterestinlg nttureC.
Th~le Go.rdonis hiiave again commenl~fce
hin 11 Jie( conidition. Th'ie comfpanyi has
lhitelv' been dlivided ilt.. squads and as,
* signled to the several sergeants fol
squad-drill. Tihere is no0w a drill
every niighit in the Thlespian Hall, h:
-- which somec one of the squads p~artici.
pates. The company has recently boeu
alarigzed by a numbler of new recruita
4 and a good dlegree of interest is mani
festeCd by all the members.
FmEmn.-We learni that a fire Occurrei
at Woodward's on last Satu-day
wich destrioyed a number of bales ol
cot ton belonging to R. Wm. Brico & Co
It seemns that the fire origlinated iln th<
cotton which was lng on the platforn
of the depot, and dhat some fifteem
baes were destroyed and fifteen othei
bes badly damaged. Thme loss is es
t inatedl at about $1,000. It is not cer'
talinly knowvn how the fire originated
and we hlave not received full particu
PauooRtss-Thue Amnerlcan Unlor
- Telegraph Company is now puttinlg uJ
posts and wire along the line of thue
Charlotte, Coluiimbia and Augusti
Railr'oad, and all olflce is to be estab
lished in Winnsboro In a few days
This will prove a great benefit to omii
merc'hants during the cotton season, a:
* comnpetition will certainly bring dowvi
theo rates and enable themi to get die
lpatehles more frequently. When thiu
lne is comlpletedl there will then bi
nline wires on the lines of both tha
telegrap~h companies. There has cer
taily been progress iln this respece
during tho last teln years, anid we a
p~leased to observe it as ana evidenice o:
* EETING OF THE DRMOCRATXO CxxB
--A meeting of the D~emocratic Clul
was h1eld ini the town hall eon Monldal
nighlt and was wvell attended by th<
members of the club, all of whom ar<
no0w beginning to manifest a lively
* interest iln thle counlty campaigl
as it draws nearer to tile end. A cir'
cular letter from the County Execentiv<
Cornmittee, con tainin lu~Imstrulctionms t<
the club and1 urging a vigorous anm
* vigilant netivity on thle part of thu
memnbers, was road and heari'ly ap
plroved by ver'y' one0 present at thu
meeting. Tile letter' recomnmendledthu
propriety of each club ill the count)
holdIng mesetinug at least once a weol
fron. no0w until the dlay of the genera
electionl. It wats accordingly resolve(
to have a meetin~g of the Wlnnsbor<
club every Monduty night tuhi the sec
ond of Nokeombir, the meetings to be
old h (St irt-hrouse, which is sutfi
clently large to acconimodato all who
will attend thim. It Is expected that
several speakers will be secured to
make addresses on next Monday night,
who will create renewed enthuslasn
in the Democ'atic ranks. A* number
of new members were elected at the A
meeting on -Monday night and It is F
hoped that others will come in before
t A PoLTrrICAL SENSATION.-A tle
gram from Columbia, October 12, j
says: "I have it on the bOst autlhority D
- that the Radicals are preparing to C
a support a ticket in Edgefleld headed b%'
- disaffected Democrats of Gen. Gary's I
faction. I am also informed that Gen.
Garv made a sj>eech Iii Edgelleld on
Friday, attack ing the Democratie State
ticket, and that the Radicals, in spite
of hils declination, will supp.ort hia for
the governorship." ,
SASS1EDTHE WR1ONG AIAN.--A well
dressed yoing man entered a madrid V
shop a feV days ago, and, after walk
iniuneasily about for a time asked:
"Hav you any Watches wilh India
rubber cases ?" The astonished slop.
keeper answered in the negative. Thel
youth shambled up and down the floor
a few times and again Said.- "You '
haven't any rattle boxes with diainond
handles, I suppose?" "No sir sai(I
the shop keeper. "How yotiig does il
child begin to use a velocipede?" ask
ed the youth. "It depends a good
deal on the kid," was the answer; a
some begint young and some don't."
"would you sell me a. two-n heeled
one and change it for a three-wheeled
one, if it is a girl?" "Couldn't do it,"
came the curt response. The youth
went out and the shopkeeper reposes i
In the lowest dungeon of the dastle, I
It was the king of Spain.
-Rufus R. Hunt, of New Orleans,
widely and favorablv known inl turf
circles, died in the Gilsey House, New
York, on Sunday afternoon. T
OTY & CO.'s Wagons nd buggies
have arrived. It you want a numi
ber one artiole call and see us before vou
purchase. W. R. DOTY & Co.
A LL persons holding claims against ti
the eounty of Fairfield will present
them to the Ciork of the Board of County ?
Coinissioners by the 1st of November, 2
1880. J. A. IIINNANT,
oct 5-txta C. B. C. C.
CAR-LOAD of the celebrated Stude
baker Wagons. all sizes, to arrive
by the 1st of eitomber. As wo havo be
fcro sold many of theo \vagons in the
county. please asC those using them it li
they are good. W. it. DUTY & CO. ti
Ladies' furnishing goods, new and bi
nice Stockings, Corsets, Cloakse
Shawls, etc. See the Now Goods aid "
lo:irn the prices. F
SUOENIHEIMER & GROESCEL. nIt
TAX NOTICE. in
'IE hooks for the collection of ai
town taxes will be open on the in
1st of October, anmd remain open until P.
the 1st of~ December. Mv cifle is at P'
thie store of Alessrs. F'. Elder & Co. *
sept 30 Clerk and Treasurer. L
Dry Goodls and Notions for every
body and priets5 low atD
SUoENHJEIMER & GROESCeHEL.
SIIOES! ShOOFS!! SIOIid!!!
BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS! !!
FiVE THOUSAND DOLTLAlRS
worthi of Hoots and Shoes at IF.
ELD)ER & CO.'s. Comne and buy a 'N
pair. We cani suit yo in price. p
WEEKLY PALMETTO YEOMAN,
COLUM HIA, s. C.
It is an eight-page pamror, designeod for
the people, tilled with interesting matter
--Family Reading. News, Markets, &c.
Subscription: One year, $1.50; Seven
Months, $1.00; Three MIonths, 60 cents
ayiable in advance. For simx Names and
mein Dollars an Extra Copy for one year~..
Specimens furnished. Ihec DA ILY YEO.r
MAN, an afternoon paper, is S4 a year.'
C. M. McJJUNIN,
ot 12tf Editor and Publisher. ~
ANTCE Assortment of' Fancy Pa- si
tkper for sale at the irug 8t'ore of r.
W. E. AIK EN.
Boyd's Miniature Batteries and ,
Hlollmaan's Liver Pads.
I oct9 L
JUST IN STORI.
'NEW SEED RYE AND BARLEY.
A LOT 0OF RE~D IUST-PROOF
OATS TO ARRIVE IN
A FEW D)AYS,
BIAGGING AND) TIES.
A funll and complete stock of FamilY j
andlPlantationi Groceries wvill alway's
be onnld at nlm establismennt, and(
they will b)e sold atpr'ices to suit the
times. Give me a call and you shall be
D). II. FLENNIIREN.
A FRESH sup ly of Cheese ju~st r'e
J. M.BEA TY &Co's,
'sobt 1 .On th6 oe..
IlNE L J QWAOS
ATHANS BROS.' Old Cabinet Ryo,
.. 1863, Old Roanoke Whiskey, 1800. c
lso, Rotterdam Brandy. Cold Ham for (
tuch from II to 1 o'clock every day. I
L HAVE recently made extensivo addi
tions to my stock of Wines and
quors, which consists of a full nsaort
kent of Ryo Whiskey, Corn1 Whiskey..
rouch Brandy, Apple U1randy, Peach
randy, Sherry Wine, boappernoug Wine, I
Ihamnpagne, eta , etc.
. ".- I ulaim to sell the FINEST AND
UREST ItYE WHISKEY to bo had in j
finnsboro. Givo it a trial.
I also also k op on hand a full supply of
SEGARS AND TOBACCO,
i great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at the PAL" ErTO .IOUSE, iu the
'innsboro Hotel building.
L*UDDEN & BATIS'
hE MUSIC IOUSE OF TH'll. ESOUTH !
R1MOVAL TO OUR
Now Dlouble, Store
An Imm1iense Miusicl l TemIle.
Two large stores, cel 30 feet front and
ur stories high, fronting on three streets j
d filled from cellar to loft with musical I
pplies. Nothing to comipifo with it in
0 Southern States.
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
uD MO2 o CM E3,
D1uring th3e ten years since cur estab
hieunt of our house we have developed
e i; usic trade of the Foulthl to a won
rftul degree, but as yet we have only be
in. Wczs.ce, not. imny years iieaid, at
isincess of a million a . ear. and to take
.r0 of this 011no nus t rade we havo pro- *
ded our presenit 1110nimoth wareroonis.
tIl trade 18t4' will be immense. We are
adyl for it. For mionthls our senior part
,r has been at the North contracting
ith Piano andt Organ nmanufcLurers for
struilents. lie hais concelided iost,
I vantageoun contractu, and Ciho Pianos
,d Organs are "coming, coming" J.1,'00
ore, by overy steaier. New St les, Now
riees, New Trms,.115 Newt Store, New De
PECIAL1 OFFER'H, F"AJLL 1880.
Cash prices wvit~h throe Mionths crodlit.- -
uiring months of Au". Sept. andl Oct.
a will sell Pianos an d Organs at Lowjer
01n IPnmEH, p~ayable $2i (ash on) a Pi.. I
10 or $10) Cash on an Organ, with the
dance in three months, wrj nour iwrza
'HAT DO YOU SAY TO TIS OFFER?
Writo for Ill ustrated0( Catalogues and
cow Prc Lisis for Fall I b60 and pre
oto be .stonished.
AUDDEN & BATES'
'lolesalo .Plano anti Organ Dealers.
THE PE OPL' S
[HIS1 is an .issociation oflbusinoss mien,
Lwho, for their mutaal p~rot ection,
m1triiu towards ai fand1, 50 als
Scase of death, their famuilios may re.
dyve from 82,000l( to $5,000i, accordling to
uount. of certificato. 'This is 0one of the
1Ht plaits of I IIC insu11:.oo. XTui pay ag
11 go, just likoa fire inisurance, and with
0oro conv'C~enico Oeen, as you pay by
nall mnstalmients during the year. We
ifer to th)oso best acquaainted with us,
S:members in Fairiield: G. It. Me
aster, .Jea. A. Brie, Jnro. B. Davis, D).
Ftenniken, 13. Sugenheimer, J. W.
mf. J. Clendining, li. Ii Haahan, 1,
~enns Davis, .Jas. Q D~avis. Any onie
mat should like to become a member wiill
)1ly to ,U ACT
oct 2 - ' iAget.
~A KE N OT I CE.
TVYE CENT ClGARS
AME RIC A
F. W. HIABENICI IT'S
--DA LER IN
Irngn. Mednea. TalL Goond1, etc.
E SOUT1I CARWLINA COLLEGFE
AaICU1,UUIU AND MECUANICS
WILL be opened for the instruction
1 the young men of the State, on the 6lh
)OTOaER, in the buildings of the otd
louth Carolina College, with the follow.
og Faoulty, viz.:
WM. POROHER MILES, LL.D.,
'resident and Professor of English Litor
JAMES VWOODROW, PH. D., D. D.,
'rofessor of Geology, Mineralogy, Botany
'rofessor of Matheanitics and Natural
WILLIAM BUlNEY, PU. D.,
"rofessor of Analytical and Agricultural
Cheuist ry and Expernental
TUITION FREE 1T0 ALL lioom rent
or tho year $10. For furthevinfornbntion
)ply to th1o Secrofary at Columbia, 8. C.
5y order of the faculty.
Secretary oC Faculty.
Columbia, 1. C., August 13, :880.
Clothing for Men, Youths and
3oys-A meaning sign, yet our
niends say tioro's nothing mean
bout us. Como and suit your
elves. SUGENIJEIMER & GROESCHEL.
11RESH GRO ERFES
UGAIIS, assorted. CofMi'es, 10io,
Lanuiavra and Old Gov. Java.
tit) ant Old Gov. Java Roasted.
'eas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
lid Young Hlyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pinletpples. To
11atocs, Salhon, Corned licef, 1)cviled
Iam and Turkey, Smdine-P, &c.
M acaroni and *Cheese, Glinger Pre
erves, Pin llead Oat Meal, coopCI
lelatine, Mustard, Black Popper and
Baldivin Catsup. Cross & Black
veil's Chow Chow, Empire Chow
how, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
ill's Worcestersh ire sauce.
J. 1. McMASTEB & CO.
Sepit 1 t
TIlE N81W YORK
AM1!ES COiDON mNNET, Propietor.
THE MilS'T AND CIIEAPESICT
NE WSPA PEl1 PUBL811EI).
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ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR,
IFTY CICNl'TS FOR SIX MONT1S.
An Extra copy to Every Club or Ten.
'E NEW YORK JIERALD,
PUni.ISu ED EvFRIY DAY in the YEAht.
110 pays for' one yen r, Sitndays j'.cl111ed,
1a pn.u . or' one yeari, wvil hal 8undays,
ii Pays for six iont hs, Sundlays included.
M4 pays (or six montlhs, withIouit Sundays.
15as onxe yvear for~ any hpeiccd day at
I1 p.s toi' lx nionthis for any specitled day at
si per month (including Stundays) wiln he
chargedt on subI.it'idtOns for a less per'iod
thani thlree mionlthIs.
TO EURlOPE, INCLUD2IxNG PoSTAGE.
ceekiy (n)omiest IC Ediluon)..............2 00l
)ally Elition.............2. cents per Copy,
undany Edit ton.--............- cents per copy
Ne'ekly Elition..............2 renWt per Copy,
N. 1U.-Not, less than ii copies mailed t.o news
we allow no commi~sson on subiscriptions 10
any, Edllon. Address
ll oadway and Ann Strmeet., Newv York.
Wio think we can show a little the
ricost StLock of New Fall anid Win
or Goods, ever brought to our
mrg. Como and see us.
SUGENHIMEnI & GROHoHEL.
BALL AND WINTER
LOTHIING, 11ATS AND FUR
i.t the Groat Clothing Storo of
SUoIENIIEIMEn & Gnlo~fsc!EL.
Every one in wvant of Clothing should
go to the CLOTHINO STORE
of Sugenh~eirmeor & Groes
chol, before buying as
the larg3Fst and
stock of these Goods over offered in
Winnsboro wvill be found there.
110OW TO BET.
Don't bot on elections, but bel
tonr b)ottoml dollar that Sugenheim
ir & Grooschel can suit you for the
cast money o'f any house in town.
Ye select our Clothing with wvatohful caro,
We try to alwvays deal with you fair.
Vo'ro bound to pleaso -over ready to try,
Come and see us when you wvant to buy,
SUGENIIEIMER~ & GRIOESCIIEL
T HE nndersignedc begs leave to say'
ARto the public that lhe ia now run
uIg a fleist-class Slavilng Saloon In
very resp~ect. None but comnpetent
md Oxpor't workmen ai' re mployed,
mdc thiose wh'o will favor na wvith t'hoir
ustomn are gn arnteed satiseftiton.
Done in the latest and neatest style.
)on't forget to call and give me a
rial, and I will please you.
J. M. McCA LL,
Opposite Dr. Alkel)'s Drug Storo,
WINES AND LIQUORS
WOULD most respectfully inforn
my customers and the citizens of Fail
field gencyally, that I keep in stock
ffill supply of tine Liquors, Cigaiv.
Tobacco, &c., &c., and guaranti n1
satisfaction to any one giviig
trial. MV Stock consists as Ilo 8
OTARD, DU PU Y & CO.'S COGNA(
BRAND'S SCHILEDAM GINS. C
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WIIISKEYS
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MORINO DE MORA SHERRY y
F. MOLINIER PORT WLNE.
G. 11. MUMM & CO.'S RHIEIMS.
GENUINE 1 NINE WINE.
SARATOGA PURE RYE WHIlS
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPEIUIAL RYE WIS-'
KEESE'S "OW'N" RYE WIIISKEY. t,
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
ROCK WH ISKE RY.
CELEBRATED P'EIIFFER E. RYE
KENTUCKY 11OU7R1ON Will[s3
PLANTATION RYE WIllS K L
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACII
NORTIT CAPOLINA SWEIET MASU t
CORN WISKEY. s
PLANTATION CORN WI 1ISKEYS
BLACKUiER RY BIMANDY.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCIIE'S "BOSTON'' GIN.
VERY FINE OLD CLATIET WINE.
IIONJE IA1D.E WINES.
I KEG DRY SU PPER NONG W INE.
1 KEG SWEET SCUjPPERNONG
i KEG SWEET CATAWBA WINE.
lUERlGER & ENG EL'S CEL2EBIR AT
ED) LAGER BEIER ON DRIAU(;i.T
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.j
PURIE NAT1URAL APPOLONA
RIS W ATElls
THlE AMERI[CAN T1W INS (CI0AR
5 J"OR '25 CENTS.
THEf H~I AVANA CHIAROOTS~-5
T. W. ]BLACKWELL'S SMOKING
SUYMER BVERAGES. I
THE BEST MIXED) 1REVEIRAGES
0OF THlE SEA SON SERVED
AT ALL JIOURS OF
TIlE D)AY, TO SUITI THlE MOST'
F. WV. IIAflENICIH'T.i
REAR OF TOWN HALL
ALL parsons who bought stocka
from me last spring on time whose -
notes are duo first October, will
please beo prepared to mueet them, as I
full payment will be required. ?
Prompt payment will only enablo I
me to aconmmodato themi next I
CORN AND FODDER1
Delivered at my Stable oti Congress
Street, located one door south of the
sept~$ A. WEI.LFOS?
:r. X vd .
A T CU RN,~A-~ 7ld..-TO, I
A.., V 1-.P4. u 1 . all
FALL ANaD WlflTe GOO.
UWE13EO leave to inforn our customers and the public generally. that wO IM)
Itoly disposed of our Grocery Departmuc$t, for the purpose of making morI
>oml for our7:
'D T? G- 0 D S,
Which are now in store, and have been marked at prices to in'lmo quick iles. W.)
"itot cnuinerato the Na riott kinels anit styles. out corli.tdly invile all to call and ex
uinio our stock, and we shall endeavor to miako it, the interest of all to purchase.
CLOTHYING, HATS AND GENTS' FURNISIFTNG GOODS.
This <lepartment, lias bwen extendel, and we guarantoo prieps as low as thelowest.
ur Troy Citv Perfect F itlling Crown Shirt emi(not be sturl:ms*xl. Laiundried or Un
rundried mado to order if desiro-l.
BAY STATE STANDARD SCREWE) SHOES
Are our specialtv, and to thoso who have I ril theta we need not oild wdrds. To
ose who are yet straingers to the Cui-ablit.y of this honostly mado Shoo. wo ask you
1call tind buy your winter supply, ora siig!o paronly, it' vcn -prefor trying thm.
on will not havo to conie often--they are acknowledgod by many to out-wear any
ZEIOLER BROTIIEmS' Gents', Ladies', Misses', and Infants' Fino Shoes. Roduce
our Shoe bill and sano imoney by buying the bort. Reouber the pl.geo
J. M. BEATY & Co.,
oct 7 ON TIE COIINER.
~IANJ FALL OPE"NI'T*
P. LAN -AT- nos
P. LA ND ECKER & BR 1[ '0S,
JAVING just retuirned fromn the Northi, we can ansnire our friends and
..customgrs that we have secured the fiuest solection of Fall and Win
jr Goods. Full and completo assortment of the latost Noveltics for fall
KID GLOVES ! KID GLOVE3 ! ! Two and three BMittons, 50 cents.
nglish Lislo Thread Gloves with two, three and six buttons, ill sizest
uth in white and colors.
I-3I SIEDR T, IICIE T
Ladies' and Misses' Colored Hoso in variety. Men's Half Hos--all
Our stock of White Goods, Embroideries, -andlorobicfe, Notions, &c.,
as never been mor e cotplete.
Gent:,' Furnishing Goods in all the new and attractive styles. Now
lothing in new st.yJes and at old prices. Notwithstanding- the .advance in
1e prive of woolen faibries, wo are receiving thu largest and handsomoBt
book of 1ine and midium Clothing that ias 'ver boon exhibited in the
loro, which we will sel at LAST FALL AND WI1'TTER1. PRICES I
An impection is respcctfully solicited.
P.LAN)ECKER? & BRO. K
\Y O o iWritue, which will b he i, handsomest and cheap
tetnten ber (.hant all iy g ?oocls arei warr'iatIet to b1 as repiresentiied . Price vone~
'nrnii i le lsehee,'I leunc to thle Iiirst -ilass store wh leir vou willI have the
't sieeciona jin1l can hnyii~ cheaper. 1heari ini ind that I sip 'goods to 1.idge
lily. Bllyithejwoo)l, Whlile Oa0k, Woodw:il's, lilackstock , inil as far as8 Chelster
nel Yok Th'is is ai r'(eonnnendailuti ocf he' anlitl.y' and prieci of my' goods.
A niew suppily of Winidow Shiailes, W :ll P lockets, BraicketsQ, Mirrors, Pict.n ro
'rin ies, Chri iontas, lh ti Racks, :ui 11001loo Sh elves, ceaper tihan ls (111 chapet.
Thle hiarge*st suplplv o)Il'Tin Chmn a'i Setis, innitle to niatch C of I age and1( Cham
cr S itt. (Cajll auii see I lIei. A new% 51npply ot' Sew ing Mahines ais gi ood as
ny'. Doin't Unmr a lcinoii merely bec se your' mother or your neig~hbor hats
anid likes it. 'R eine iber tlnit iniost, of I le tmachines that are miosi. hjargely
n li t ive but little ii il. Thte 01 one ion wait is; thle oiie thait. ill save you
tneitiat vextioni, is iioiseless, ruibs lig-h I :nnt will last. a long t ine. I haivo
. R~eieie the oi Aedal w as awat led to one (ot'the M taehin tes I represenlt
ver (eighty coinphetitor's. 1 cani ret'er yon Ia . nny that are usingo it, and it, lias
Iways givenci entlire sat isfittotn. Iein ember t hat 1. ami agenit, for a U)oor' and
ash Faetory. All ordlers ent rust ed to tnl wiihllhv lwr n' t, atteiition at id at
lie lo)west pries. Furiit ure nally r airediit' at tinotlerte( pr'iccs. I nmfl also
re'(patred to matlkeI to oiern. Litumnher an ad Sithinges ihra stalet atal I profhts. Sew.
igMaichine Needles andl at achtinents a and parl s of Maclines catn he had t.hi'ough
ic. D oni't, ihil to call hIwIrc purc'hasinti elsewher'e. B. WY. Pll IP MS.
.JUST RIECEiI'..D a fresh suppb
f Choice Groce'ries. Theli fol low.
ng is a list of my leading artices
Clark's Best Augusta Flom -
ilar'k's Bolted Mieal nnd Pearl Grist
Liso, a Fresh lot of Wheat Bran. 1E have now in store tihe largest
TV stock over purc~hased b~y us,
SUGIARS andl which will be disposed of at low -
Granulated, &fl'lnaaird A, R(oy- Dr' Goods,
tone( A, E~xt,ra C, and all the lowc1o1g a
Shoes, Groeries, Bridles...
COFFEES. Saddles, Harness, Red Leather,
Green and Rloastod--all grades_ Harness Lenther &e. "
We are not given to "BLOWING,"
but can truth fully say we are offer.
Fresh Canned Goods of all kinds, ing solid bargains, and wvill be glad
'resh Piekles and Sauces.
I500 Gallons Wines and Liquors to see you.
'fall grades. .U. G.DESPORTES.
Give me a call and get a Bargaim. sept 20
W. H. DONLY, DON'T BUY
aug 17 - Otn the Corner.A
D)ress Goods. Laces, Collars, Cuffs,
loots, Shoes, Neckties. Hats, Caps, T~7 .A G- 0 ]
fotions and oceans of Nowv Goods.
'rices Low, First, Last and All thme Until you have seen outrs. Them ia
Limno, SUGENHEIzMERt & OaotsoHELr. t'amouts WEBSTER?, beautifully paint~
________________ edc, str'ong, durable. Don't for'get thil~
Clothing for M~en, Youths and WEBSTER WAGON
1oys, well made, good quaility and is the BEST TIUING O H FlEt S,
Iways eheap in pico, r. 4rT ,
Sr'GENunEiMER & GaoEsoHE.WLi~t~6 .~, 'i
.. ...... .. .... ... s. DESPOvRRS 00., '"~
'Weare bound to please and thitik tgwyB 0
e' can interest you if you need any' sept ~ .,,
hintin ou line. - * I f .~ ' o