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TOWN A NI) COUNTY.
TIVESDAV. OCtober 10, a ' 1880.
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Administrator's Notice-J. W. Bo
Died at the Fairfield Poor House,
on the 10th, Ann Wages, who claimed
to be in the ninety-first year of her
TELEGRAPH OFI'c.-The Western
Union has opened a telegraph office at
Ridgeway. This supplies a long felt
PATENT GRANTED.-Mr. W. S. Rabb,
of this place, has obtained a patent on
an improvement in field and garden
hoes, the improvement consisting in a
very ingenious arrangement, by which
a hoe, a rake or a fork can In turn be
used on the same handle. It is a good
thing. Mr. Rabb is very Ingenious.
One of the most important features in
the Tait plow was an invention of his,
for which Tait pays him a royaly.
CHEAP RATES FOR CJIESTER.-The
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company will issue round
trip tickets to and from Chester, dur
ing the Fair, good until the 24th inl
stant: Doko, $1.85; Ridgeway, $1.5;
Simpson's, $1.30; Witnsboro, $t.10;
Adger's 90 cents; White Oak, 75 cents;
Woodward's, 65 cents; Blackstock, 50
cents. Articles for exhibition will be
transported frece. Freight must be
prepaid, and will be refunded on re
ceipt of Secretary of the Fair Associa
ION. J. 'l. LEACI.-Notice wits re
ceived in Wimsboro on Friday that
the Hon. J. M. Leach, of North Caro
lina, a Presidential elector of that
State, and one of its best speakcrs,
would address the Deiocracv of Fair
field, and especially the ladies, on
Wednesday. lie will speak in Rock
1ill to-day. Efforts have been made
to have the appointment. post.poned for
a few days in order to secure fuller
notice. If he conmes on *Wednesday,
as at first appointed, we hope he will
secure a full audience, Hie is brimfuhl
of argument and anecdote. Deinite
informat ion is expected to-day.
ENTERTAIN11ENT AT ORtsnYvnLLE.
Au entertainment will be given at the
residence of Capt. D). P. Crosby, the
20th of October, for the benefit of the
Crosbyvill e Band. The programme
consists of charades and tableaux, un
der the auspices of the band, assisted
by the ladies of the conmmunity. There
could not be a more worthy object.
The Crosbyville band is composed of
fme musical talent. and it should be
encouraged. The skill and experience
of all coninected with this entertain
ment, especially the ladies, guarantees
the fullest share of pleasure and
amusement. Admissiomn is fifty cenits
for adults, childrcen half price. Per
formance begin s at 7i p. m. We re
turn thanks to the management for an
invitation to attend.
* REPeInLTCAN CONVE~NTION.-The Re
publican Convention met in the Court
House on Monday, and was called to
order by Phil Lakin, County Chair
man, who declared the object of the
meeting to be to get the sentimenit of
the Republican party of Fairfield coun
ty. Lakin was elected temporary
chiairman and Isaac R1. Martin, Jr.,
temporary secretary. A roll of thme
delegates was called and all precincts
were represented. Nominations for
permanent chairman being in order
Isr-ael Byrd and Philip Lakin were
nominated. Byld declined and Lakin
was unanimously elected. John M.
Marini was chosen permnanen t secreta
ry. A motion to go into secret sos
sion was carried, but was not carried
Into effect. After a very long discus
sion anid some confusion the comnven
A tioni adjourned till Thursday mornin~g.
After the adjournmenit, the Democrats
had a meeting in the Court Houise,
with Major Woodward in the chair.
Ad~dresses made by Major Woodward
and Captain Gaillard, anid by Aus.
Roes anid Israel Miller, Jr. A number
of both white and colored people were
present. The speeches wvere appland
ed on both sides, and the meeting ad
jonurned in high good humor.
BET H EL .PRICBy TRy.
anid proceeded to conslider thme report
of the conmmittee on the form of narra
tives. After discussion, the report
Thle commnitee on dlevotionlal exer
- ercisos macde its rep~ort.
By request leave of absonmec after to
night's session was granted to Elder
J. Hart, of Yorkville. '
Calls fr'om -AImwell and Horeb
chiurchmes of Fairflk county for thme
minmisteriaal servIces of Licentiate 8. L.
Wilson were read anid -placed in his
hands.. wlth the l.m..sanlgtt
. A XT' AND TOU AcCO.
How LiteratuVe Is Saturated with the
Simoke of the Woocd.
DO..t xt Traveller.
Ja1si' Parton has recently written a
]Otter, which has had ido* quotation,
exhorting writers and brain-workers
to throw away their pipe.. This re
opens the discussion of m social topi
wiuich afrords the largest room for hon
est divergence of opliion. Supposo
point as to the soundness of Mr. Par
ton's advice, wo indulge in a few ran
dom observations on the prominenco of
the p1p III literature. -
Mr. Parton's counsel to brain-work
ers may be wise or not, but that he is
in a minority is a faet of which there
can be little question. Tbe consump
tion of tobacco increases fearly and to
this increase brain-workers, we be
lieve, contribute a very largo propor
tion. English, literattre, asit whole,
may be said to be surcharged with
smoke. Anti-tobacconists can point,
it is true, to the fact that Shakespeare's
pages (10 not contain it single relOrelico
to the weed. But this notable excop
tion only serves to emphasize the rule.
Lord Bacon culogizes tobacco, declar
ing that it "comtorteth the spirits and
dischargeth weariness, whichI it work
eth parily by opening, but chiefly by
the opiate virtue which condenseth
the spirits." Ben Johnson and Drum -
mond and Fletcher and Beaumont
constantly -renewed their friendships
over a pip. The great Dr. Barrow
pronounced his pipe ,to be a cure-all,
his Pan phiarmacoin. Sir Thoias Over
bury calls smoking "that delectable
passtiinc." Boxhore, the great Dutch
schola' smoked alnost incessantly in
his stu~ly. Sir Isaac Nevton not Only
loved his pipe, but had it playflul and
somewhat ungallant way of usiny the
fingers of his lady fri ends for stojpers.
Steele wrote his splcndid essays with
a pipe 1 1i his mouth, and Addison sent
out his brightest t hings from a cloud
of smoke. Drydcu loved his "whiff"
only second to'his "pinch," and Con
greve was fond of a soothing long
stemmed clay-the "churchwarden"
of the olden time. Daniel Defoe made
his pipe his ncest friend. All the
literary men of Queen Anne's day ap
pear wreathed in fragrant clouds,' and
no perlod,'su rly, has g'iveln us a great.
cr number of great writers. Chiarles
Lamb was long a devotee of the weed,
before he wrote his celebrated "Farc
well to Tobaccd," in which lie anathe
tized it as
"Fith o' tho mouth, and fog o' the mind."
Coming dowin to later times, we find
the example of Sir Walter Scott, the
prince of romiaicers. on the samIc side.
Ihis novels are fillf of tobacco. 1Ils
characters are continually snuflhtgt or
smoking. Doiniic Sampson heard
M"e Merrilies sinigin on the stairs
an( gioaed deeply, "p'uil'ng out be
tween whiles huge volumes of tobacco
smtioke." iFe miakes t he old lax her
selfita disciple o t lie weed, inroiducing
her to Ileiiry Bertram "bulsily engaM
ed wili a short black tobacco pipe."
Shelley, Edgar Poe and Tom
Moore are three modern poets who
are to be set down on the othber side as
anti-tobaccoiiist. Macauley, we think
may be added to the inumber.
In Our' oVn dIy) Dickens and Tenny
son, whl1o stand, at least in popular es
timation, as the English laureates of
of proso and poetry respectively, are
to be set down as ardent lovers of' nico
tinic comfort. Spurgeon has preached
somte eloquent sermons in defeinse of
the pipje, declaring oii one occasion
that lhe had always intended to ''smxoke
to the glory of 'God." On this side
we thinmk we shall not err in setting
dlowni Longfllow, Lowell, Aldrich
and Clenments, iat lest, as disciples of
Sir. Wate Ialeigh. Oliver' Wendell
.Holmes, if lie follows his own adv'ice
to young men, must 1he set down as of
a contrary mind. Ai'. Beccher is not
attached to the weed, but a Uoston
clergymn whose faime onice almost
rivalced that of the Brooklyn paistor,
was deeply (levoted to it. "If' you
want to fin d out, if' Mr. --- is in 'his
study you nmeed not ring the bell, but
just look and see if the smoke is pour
ing out of thue window," one of his den
cons5 was wont to say to people .-who
wantted to see imn.
, Bismarck once told a group) of visi
tors the following story3: "Th'le value
of a good cigar'," said he. "is best uni
dlerstood when it is the last you pos
sess, and there is no chance of getting
another'. A t Koniggralz 1 had only
one cigar lc'ft ini my pocket, which'I
car'efully guarded 'iurmng the whole of
the battle, as a mniser~ does his treasur'e.
I did not feel ,justiled in using it.I
painted ini glowing colors, in my mind,
the happy lhour' in which I should en
Joy it at'ter the victor'y. But I had
miscalculated my chances." ''And
what," asked onte of' the company,
"was the cause of your miscalcula
tioni?" "A p)or dr'agooni," relhied
Bismnarck, "who lay helpless with both
arms crushed, mnurmur iing for senme
thing to refresh him. .I felt in my
pocktts and found I had only gold,
and that would be of no use to hiim:.
Butt stay-i had still my treasuriedi
ci gar'! I lighted1 this for' him and plac
ed it between his teeth. You should
have seen the poor fellow's grateful
smile! I never cujoyecd a cigar so
much as that One I did not smoke."
-John Cornelius, ofPlumnstead, Eng
and,fehlldead1 as lhe wvas r'unningr
home out. of' thn rain. ie was one of
Ithe "n:oble 600" wvho charged at Bala..
klava. Although the "Charge of
the Light, Briigadc" will lbe forcyer r'e
nowned in En~glish sonig anid stor'y,
i'ateful Englan~d allowed Cor'nelius to
breakI sonc on thle road for the Inag
nifient recompense of twenty-five
cents a d ay.
-Theo New York Bun of' Sunday
said( Jay' Gould 1had( bought the Nowv
York Wor*ld. Thme World of Monday
says Gould has scerd a contirolllnse
interestm I lie Bun. TIhe trunth seem's
to be Ihat Jay has miade upl htis mind~ to
own thle univer'se anmd so has bought
the World with the ,Sun to heat and
A- LL porIsons holding claims against
1.the Estato of Iraneous Pope, de
cased, are hereby notitied to present their
claims duly attested, and those indobtoed
to said Estate arc requested to make pay
ment to thti unudorsigged.
JAlES WV. BOLICR.
oct 10)-f1x2 'Admt'r.
DR. W. E. AEIEN,
Drugs, Medicinecs, Toilet Goods, etc.
WVINNSJIORO, S. C.
A FRESHE supW of Cheese just re..
J. M. BIEA TY & Co's,
sent 1 On the ornen.
the calls were each for one-half of his
time. Mir. Wilson ialviiig signified
his acceptanluce of fhe call, onl motion
the following Conlnittec was appoinl..
ed to make t'arnIgemiqmnts for his ordi
nation and Iistallation: the Rev. i,
D. Prptt, the Rev. L. R. McCormicL
and Elder James P. Kennedy.
. On motion, it was resolved that
hereafter the amounts niame11d inl calh
be made for services of pastors shallI be
entered in the minntes of Presbytery,
A committee, consisting of Bros.
L. Harris, Rev. G. A. Tirenhioln and
James Hamilton was appointed to pre
pare and have printed - Copics of
the form of narratives for t he pur
pose of distribution among til
Elder James F. Kennedy, on his re
quest was granted leave of absence
fron the remaining sessions.
The committee on finance of'ered a
report, which was adopted.
The churches delinquent inl the muat
ter of paying assessments were called
upon for reasons of nioni-paynlit.
A co :.nunication fromt the Rev. Jas,
E. White, addressed to the Moderator,
was referred to a committee coniisting
of the Revs. F. L. Loper, L. R. Mc.
Cormick, and Elder Jas. Beaty, for
On mot Loi, the committee on domes
tie missio)s Instructed to make
arrangemileits for' preaching at vacant
and feeble churches.
Leave of absence was granted to the
following members: Elder J. N.
Neely, the Rev. B. F. Taylor, Elders
J. A. S. Stewart, F. B. Thoinasson, J.
S. Adams and H. 1H. Gooch.
Presbytery thon took a recess till 74
o'clock, p. in.
Presbytery niet at 74, p. in., and
held a confbrence on foruciu nilssions.
The report on foreign missions was
received, amended and adopted.
Tihe committee of arrangement oi
the ordination and installation of Mr.
S. L. Wilson muade its report, which
An overture from the session of
Concord to this Presbytery was read,
and, on motion, the Presbytery re
solved itself into committee of the
whole, with the Rev. D. Harrison in
the chair, for its consideration. After
discussion the committee arose, aid
tihe chairman re)orted as the sense of
the coimittee that Presbytery appoint
a committee to take ito cons'ideration
the work referred to in the overture,
and to report to the next mineeting of
Presbytery then receded from busi
ness Util to-Imiorrow m1orniiing at limi
o'clock. It was closed iitli prayer by
the Rev. W. G. White.
Presbylery met aud passed the iisu
al tilme inl devotional exercises. The
readilnumg of the minutes of the day before
was, oil imotion deferred.
LicenUtiate . W McLure made it
titaltemienit to Presbyter,y as to his fiele
of labor. Permission wits granted tc
him to labor without the bounds of
Rev. J. C. McMullen preseinte( 11
report of the Deatcons' meeting held al
Blackstock last summer. It was re
ceived as information. Onl motion tire
resolution fixing the time of ineeting
ntext sprimg was reconsidered, andbth<
time was changed to Friday night al
half-post seven o'clock.
The committee oil the narratives tc
Synod made a report, which was
The Rev. F. L. Looper was excusei
from attenidane~ after one o'clock, p
Tecommittee on the paper of th<
Rev. J.E1. White reported that th<
commuainication is of such a nature as tk
demand~ the action of' Pre'sbytery
A fler its consideration, a resolutioi
was adoptedl, that, "whereas, no new
testimony in the case oIf the Presby
tory vs. the Rev. J. E. White has beei
offered, showing why lhe shonld hiavi
a now trial, resolved, that his roquesi
The Moderator aninouniced the fol
lowiing committee of the work of'eyan
gelizatiou of the colored race. Revs
J. C. McMullein, D. 1Harrtson, J. L.
Wilson, Elders James Blaini and W.
The llevs. J. WN. Quei'y and J. UI
Sayo, andi( Elder James Hamilton wcr'
excused from attendance.
Presbyter'y thon prioceeded1 to the ex
aminatioii of Licen tiate 8. L. Wil[son
The examination was, Oin motion, sus
tained inl each par't aind as a whole
Theoco mmittece's replor't on t he ordi
nation of Mr'. Wilson was was ther
reconsidered, and( it was moved ai
car'ried that so mach of the report am
related to the trial sermon be now~
takenm up, aind the remainder recoin.
muitted to the cominiittec.
The Rev. Mr. Doeughass and1 Elder
B. F. Powell were excused.
Ti.he Rev. Mr'. Wilson thon preache(
his trial seirmon fromn John x. 28.
Presbyter'y then sustained the sor'
mon as a part, and thmein sustained th<
examination as a wholoe.
Thej1 report of the committee on ar
rangements was adopted.
Thle report of the committee in an
swver to Brother Looper's priotest ii
the case of Licentiate Matthews, wa:
received, adopted and or'dered to bi
spread on the nminutes.
.The commitee on the memorial fum
in behaulf of the Theological Seiminar
made a relport, which was recoivet
On motion, the Revs. Looper ani
Mills were appointed to repr'esent Both
oh P'resbytery betfore Synod, in case th<
Rev. J. E. Wh [ite prosecutes his ap
peal or compllainit bef'ore that body.
Presbytery then took a recess. tih
84, p. m.
Presbyter'y met in the after'noon, bu
tr'ansacted no business of' genecrai ini
terest, and aidjourined Oin 8-irday af
tornoona to moot at Lancaster on Fridat3
before the first Sunday ini A pril.
Satuirday evenIng, services wert
conducted byr the Rev. L. Rt. McCor.
mick. On Siuday the Rev. Mr'. Coop)
01' preaiched, and comrmunioni was
administered by the R1ev. D). liarrison,
assisted by the other' cher'gymen pros.
eout. Sunday eveninig the Rev. J.
Lowrle Wilson preached. The sessiomi
cof Presbytery amid thie serv~ices icden
tal to it were' full of pleasur~e an1(1
profit. Strong ties were foirmned
between the congregations of Fairfield
anid the members of the Presby'.er3
with which fohr thme first time they hiavt
-It is never too hate to acquire
bad habit. Solomou Eyeirsuil, whio ii
1001 y'ears5 old, and who has lived sinic<
1809h a fewv miles south of Cincininati
has got in thie habit ver'y recenithy o
sleeping for thr'ee (lays at a time am
waking uip very hungr'y. As lhe Is am
orphan, his filthier aindl mother both be
lng dead, theu'e Is no0 0one to repriove hini
1mprorhy, amnd the chances ar'e that ha
wvilfI go 0on annoying his relatives witI
this most uncomfortable habit for thi
rest of bls natuneln'o~.
TILE SOUTH CARO VNA COLLEI0
AGRICULTURE AN) IMEo1IANICS
ILL be opened for the instruotion
of the voting men of the State, oft the 6lh
OCTOhbeM, in the buildings of the otd
South Carolina College, with the lollow
ing Faculty, viz.:
)VM. POROHER MILES, LL.D..
President and Professor of English Litor
JAMES WOODROW, Pi. D., D. D.,
Professor of Geology, Mineralogy, Botany
Professor of Mathematica and Natural
WILLIAM BUlINEY, Pu. D.,
rrofessor of Analytical and Agricultural
Chomistry and Experimental
TUITION FREE TO ALL. Room rent,
for the year $10. For further information
apply to tho Secretary at Columbia, 8. 0.
By order of the faoulty.
Secretary of Faculty.
Columbia, 8. 0., August 13, 1880.
Clothing for Men, Youths and
Boys-A moaning sign, yet our
friends say thare's nothing mean
about us. Come and suit your
selves. SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
SUGARS, assorted. Coffees, Rio,
Laguavra and Old Gov. Java.
lio and Old Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, Inperial, Gunpowder
and Young Ilyson.
Pcars, Peache.s, Pincrpples, To
nmatoes, Salmon, Corned Beef, Deviled
lanm andl Turkey, Sardines, &c.
. Macaroni Pud Cheese, Gin'er Pre
serves, Pin Head Oat Mcal, Coopei
Gelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper and
Baldwin Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Empire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rink's Worcestersh ire Sance.
J. F. MoMASTER & CO.
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We think we can showv a little the
nicest Stock of New Fall and Win
ter~ Goods, over brought to our
burg. Come and see us.
SUoi~InEIMERI & GROEsOHIEL.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING, HATS AND FUR
At the Groat Clothing Store of
SUoENJHEIMER & GoRsdnEL,.
Every one in wvant of Clothing should
go to the CLOTHING STORE
of Sugenheirmer & Groes..
chel, before buying as
the lar'gest and
Stock of these Goods cyer offered in
Winnsboro will be found there.
HO1W TO BET.
Don't bet on elections, but bet
your bottomn dollar that Sugonheim-.
or & Groosohel can suit you for the
least money of any houso in town.
WVo select outrClothing with watchful care,
Wo try to always dleal with you fair.
WVe're hound to please --over ready to try,
Como and see uis when you want to buy,
SUGEl'NHEIMERt & GROESCHIEL'.
TUlE unldersigne~d begs leave to say
A to tile pnlblic that he is no0w run
in g a lirst-class Shaviug Saloon in
tevery respCCI.. None buIt comnpotent
and1( expert wvorkmen: arc emlployed,
an~d th10s0 whlo will favor us5 with their
custoini are guaranlteed satisfaction.
D)ono iln the( latest anld neatest style.
Don't forget to (cal1 and give me a
trial, an~d I will pleaso youl.
J. M. McOALL,
Opposite Dr. Alken's Drug Store.
WINES AND LIQUOR!k
WOULD most respeotffilly infort
ny customers and the citizens of Fai
iold generally, that I keep In stock
1il supply of fine Liquors, Olga
robacco, &c., &o., and guarant
latisfaction to anly one giving
rial. Mv stock consists as 11o a
)TARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNA
BRAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
[AMSEY'S SCOTCH WIIISKEYL
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
. MORINO DE MORA. SHERRI
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
X. 11. MUMM & CO.'S RHEIMi
GENUINE RHINE WINE.
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3TRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE WHIE
CEESE'S "OWN" RYE WiISKEi
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AN]
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P1LANTATION RYE WIllS K:
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NTORTH! CAROLINA SWEET MASI
CORN W HISKEiY.
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYf
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCHE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VERY FINE OLD CLARET WIN]
H 9OME MADE WINES.
L KEG DRY SCUPPERNONG WIN]
I KEG SWEET SCUPPERNON
I KEG SWEET CATAWBA WIN]
BERGER & ENGEL'S CELEBIRA'
E~D LAGER BEER ON DRAUGUJ
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED AL]
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATURAL APPOLON2
CIGARS AND TOBAC0(
THlE AMERICAN TWINS CIGAR
6 FOR 26 CENTS.
THlE IIAVANA CIIAROOTS
T. W. BILACKWELL'S SMOKIN
CHEWING TOBACCO-TH REE~
SUMYMER B EVERAGES
THlE BEST MIXE~D BEVERAGI!
OF THlE SEA SON SERVED
AT ALL IIOURS 01F
TIIE~ DAY, TO SUIT TIIE MOS
F. W. U ABENICUT.
-REAR OF TOWN HIAL)
ALL persons who bought stoc
from me last spring on time whor
notes are due first October, wi
please be prepared to meet them.
fullipaymnent will be require<
Prompt payment will only enab:
mue to accommodate them nea
Del ivored at my Stable oni Congro
Street, located one door sothth of t1
AT TH E(CORNER~ MU1E
FALL A1D WINTER GOODS
E BEG leave to inform our cnstoners nnd the publio generally, that we havi
Slately disposed of our Grocery Department for tho purposo of making nor,
room for our
Which arc now in store, and have been inrkod at 1>rices to induce quick sales. W>
cannot enumerato tho arious kinds antd styles. but coreliilly invite all to call and ex.
amine our stook, and we shall endeavor to make it the interest of all to purchnse.
CLOTIING, H ATS AND GENT'iS' FURNLSHLING GOODS.
This departinent has been extended, and we gunarantee prices as low as the lowest.
Our Trov City Perfect. Fitting Crown Shirt cannot be surpassed. Laundried or Un
laundried made to order if desirod.
BAY STATE STANDARD SCREWED SHOES
Are our specialty, and to thoso who have trind thon we nood not add words. To
those who are yet strangors to the durability of this honoa-tly inade Hhoo. we ask you
to call and buy your winter supply, ora singlo pair only, it' you prefer trying them.
You will not have to come ofton-they are acknowledged by many to outwear any
ZEIGLER BROTHERS' Gents', Ladies', Miasos', and Infants' Fine Shoes. Reduco
( your Shoe bill and savo money by buying thn best. Reeoinmber the placa
J. M. BEATY & CO.,
oct 7 ON TIlE CORNEl.
GRAND FALL OPEN
P. LANDECKER & BR O'S.
AVING just returned from the North, we can assure our friends and
customers that we have secured the finest selection of Fall and Win
ter Goods. Full and complete assortment of the latest Novelties for fall
KID GLOVES I KID GLOVE3 ! I Two and three Buttons, 50 cents.
English Lisle Thread Gloves with two, three and six buttons, all sizes,
both in white and colors.
=- SI.E31RT-,7 -IEC SIRIjY.
Ladios' and Misses' Colored Hose in variety. Men's Half Hose-all
Our stock of White Goods, Embroideries, HandkorchiofP, Notions, &c.,
has never been more complete.
Gents' Furnishing Goods in all the new and attractive styles. New
Clothing in neV stylos and at old prices. Notwithstanding the advance in
J the price of woolen fabrics, we are receiving tho largest and handsomest
stook of fino and nmdiuim Clothing that has over been exhibited in the
Boro, which wo will poll at LAST FALL AND WINTER PRICES I
An inspection is rospcetfully solicited.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
C. 4YSOKo untrwihwill he the largrest, handsomest and cheap:
Remobertha al mygoos ae wrra t to0 b 5 as(rpreente'd, Price y'our
Furniture elsewhere, then coime to the first-class store where you will haave the
L- best selection and cn but ca per. Bear' in mind thant I shilp goods to Ridge
way. Elythe wood, White' Oak, Voodwar'd's, Blackstock, and as far as Chiesteor
and~ York. This is a recomnitti on of thle quality and price of my goods.
I. A ne0w snpply~ of' Windlow Shadices, Wall Pockets, lih'ackets, Mirr'ors, Picture
Frames, Chromoos, I hit ifacks, and Boo~k Shclves, cheaper than thle cheaupest.
- The largest supply of Tin Clhmber Sets, made to match Cottage anid Chiam
ber Suils. Call and see themi. A ne(w supp)Ily of' Sewing Machinies as good as
any. Don't Buy a Alachinot merely b~ecautso your mother or your nteighibor has
-5 it anmd l ikes it. Rlemtember I hat miost of' lhe'machine ta it are miost largely
pulleid have but little merciit. TIhe onte you want is the one that will save you
time and vexation, Is inoiseless, runs lig-ht. atnd will last a long timte. I have
0 it. Remnember' the G'old Medal was aiwardcled to one of' the Maclines I represent
over eighty comptlitor's. I cani refer you to mnany fint arie uising it, and( it, has
always given entlire sat isfhectioun. R(ieember' that I am agent for a Do)or and
Saish Factory. All orders enitrustedc to me will hamve prompt attenition aind at
the lowest priios. Furnltur'o uneatly 'cl paired~ at miodlerato pices. I 1am also
pr'eparcd to mnake to ordetr. Lunimber' and Shaingles for' sale ait snmall pri'tts. Sew
mng Machtitie N~edles and attachonents and~ partis of~ Machines canm be had throughi
*mae. Don't fail to call before purtchaising elsewhere'. Rt. W. IlIIPS.
.INEW GOODS. GRE FAT
JUST RECEIVED a fresh supply
T of Choice Groceries. The follow
ing is a list of my leading articles:
Clark's Beat Augusta Flour,-:0 -
Clark's Bolted Meal and Pearl Grist.
Also, a Fresh lot of Wheat Bran. ~ aenwi tr h ags
..Granulated, Standlard A, Key
stone A, Extra C, and all the lower DyGos
COFFEES. Sdls ansRdLahr
We ae no gien tor BeLarIges
bu an tuhfuwlly ay dipoed are ow
Fres CanedGoos o al kidsigsol D rays Goodsllbga
1500 GallonsdWine, anrnosao RedoLseehyo,
ofagrnad Rose-l rds Harnss EotORTc.
Givo me aecall aod gtiaoBargain.Osept,2
but cga17 OnthefColner.Ayearofr
F reshs an Goods, Coflls kinds, igsldbranadwl ega
FrNoeos an eklans Suos. Gos
e 500e Lo isLs and lqol the Usee youhv en us h
of al graos. Mn BESIE. faos U.BSEI b.EauTifl S.~t
ClthW.fo H.n Youth, anDESE AON'BU
Boyrs wells aes, ooliya ndOufs, teBS ~IGO h~
alwas che, neckric. V.at.s, CapsS
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