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OWN AND COUNTY
T-ai$D o? THE, Nuwa Ao, O INst fRa(
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RAItIOAD SOHEDULE.-The train
on the Charlotte Columbia & Augusti
Railroad reach *innsboro as follows
Day passenger, northward, 1.00 p. in.
southward, 5.12 p. ni. Night passen
ger, northward, 12.20 a. n.; south
ward, 8.69 p. ni. Day freight, north.
ward 8.55 a. in.; southward, 12.4(
p. m. Night. freight, northward, 2.8f
a. In.; southward, 10.85 p. In.-Thif
schedule is on the basis of Washing
toi time, which Is about fifteen minute'
ahead of Winnsboro time.
Call at,Conner &.Cliandler's.
If You Want-F. W. E senicht.
Final Discharge-W. A. Ularke.
Valuable Land for Sale-Miss Mary
McAliley, Chester, S. C.
.Cottoni sold at ten cents in Winna.
boro on Monday. This is encourag.
Don't fail to attend the great buggy
sale on Saturday; they are good, and
must be closed out. *
It is reported that Wallace has given:
Henry Johnston a hundred dollars tc
go to Washington and say that the
Democrats would not let Wallace come
down here to speak. This is very
Mr. Richard H. DeTreville, former
ly a citizen of this place, was married
in Hopkinsville, Ky., on the 11th ins,
to Miss Sudle C. Wallace. We extend
congratulations and best wishes to our
young friend and his bride. May they
live long and prosper.
A large quantity of land will be sold
by the clerk of court on the first Mon
day of December. There are about
twenty-five tracts' advertised for sale,
and we expect some of them will be
sold at low figures. Parties desiring
plantations ol good terms would do
well to take notice.
It is rumored that the leading
Radicals in this county are seeking to
stir up some devilment. Let them take
notice that their actions are closely
watched and that their villainous
schemes will all come to naught. The
time has passed when they can accom
)lish their diabolical designs upon the
white men of this county.
Mr. F. W. Hlabenicht tells us this
iorning of the many nice things he
* as on hand, which are the best that
au be found anywhere. Hot rum
Sunches, hot Tomn and Jerrios, and
iose divine -'Don Carlo" cigars. If
oni want anything in that line call
nud see him. lHe also keeps fresh fish
id oysters, which are too delicious to
SPERsONAL.-Mr'. E. .E. Calvo, the
Sneral traveling agent of the Colum
)a Resgister, is now I Winnsboro
doktng after the interests of his paper.
et -represents a live paper, pub
thued at the capital of the State;
td It will be especially attractive and
Aitresting during the next mouths
e in the Legislature will be in ses.
# ni. Success to Mr. Calvo and the
er he represent.
* escall the attention of our readers
the now advertisement of Messrs.
nor & Chandler, which appears in
issue. They have a handsome
~,rtment of everything usually kept
ei r line and at prices to suit the
t4 s. There is something for "pretty
ygng sweethearts and wives," and
ecnowv the former wvill fully appre
gethose nice cameo rings if the
$fgng "ackstraws" will only buy
tig and Present.
NBLUO 8SA.-I will sell, at auc
t~ii on Saturday, November 20, 1880,
i~ nnsboro, S. C., a fill assortment
w buggies, consistlg of Top and
~ p Buggies, Platform Wagons,
oe' Wagons, and, also, one fine
R ition Tel) Carriage. This work4
)~mthe celebrated factory of Louis
QCicinnati, Ohio, and all guar.
Sfor one year. Attend this sale
~ t a good buggy at a low price.
01ositivo and without reserve.
W. A. HIVFFMAN.
STATE AGRIoUtTUnAL 8001ETY.
,M tate Agricultural and Mechani
c4] sociation hold 1t4 annual meet,
M Columbia last Thursday. The
Sary made his report. The propo.
slimf the Columbia Board of Trade
charge of and embellish the
F 'ounds and buildings for the
o of holding a spring Floral
ore, and making it a resort for
pie of the city, wvas considered
* ferred to the Executive Com
:with power to act.
B. -F. Crayton, of Anderson,
elected President by a .large
]ohlowing gentlemen were elect.
-Presidents for the Congros.
MEistricts: E. R. McIver, Darn
first district; W. G. U~inson,
eton, second ; J. Wash. Watta
La ures, thld; B.. Ii. bassey, York,
fburh;- A, '. Butler, Aikeai, fliTh.
hiThe Exticutive Cominitieo were rc
elected -as folluws: Wfn. Wallace, Co
lumbia; J. M. ilfinan, Lexington;
msaac S. Bamberg, Barnwell; E. - L
-Roche, Chayloston; N. C. Robertson,
Faifield; L. C. Thompson, Kershaw
D. P. Duncan, Vnion. Col. Thos. W,
r Holloway, of Pomaria, was re-olected
I Secretary unanimously.
PAIRFZELD A 2'THA7 FAIR.
. The Old Vouuty Fully Sustaining Her Rep.
At the recent State Fair the follow.
r' ing )Fairfield exhibitors were awarded
3 HOIUSEIOLD AND FANCY DEPARTMENT.
Can hermetically sealed peaches,
r Miss Annie McMahon, silver; can her.
r metically sealed apples,'Mrs. M. L.
Owings, silver; watermelon preserves,
3 Miss Annie McMahon, silver ; peach.
leather preserves, Miss Wesley Ruff,
silver; apple jelly, Miss Lillie Me.
Mahon, silver; currant jelly, Mrs.
N. C. Robertson, silver; quince jelly,
Mrs. J. B. Hardin, silver; scupper
nong jolly, Miss Wesley Ruff, silver;
wild grape wine, Mrs. N. C. Robert
son, silver; blackberry acid, Mrs.
N. C. Robertson, silver; cherry pickle
(sweO), Mrs. N. C. Roberison, silver;
cabroidered tattiig end., Miss Annie
McMahon, silver; scroll work, Shimuel
D. Fant, aged 14, premium; chair,
rocker, sofit and table, A. S. and W.
D. Gaillard, silver; one pencil draw
ing, A. S. Gaillard, diploma; tuired
quilt, (lady 84 years old), Mrs. Mary
FAIM AND MECIIANICAL DEPARTMENT
Best heavy draft brood mare, J. P.
Elkin, $20; best single harness horse,
open to' the wQrld, $10; best single
.harness mare, open to the world, T. L.
CAT'rLE-THOnOUGHnRED AND GRADED.
Ayrshire cOw, three years old,
(milker) D. R. Flenniken, $20; lHol
stein bull calf, .D. R. Flenniken, $6;
Jersey heifer, two years old, D. R.
Flenniken, $15; Jersey cow, three
years old, J. B. Turndr, $20; Jersey
bull calf, J. D. Turner, $5; Jersey
heifer calf, J. B. Tnrner, $5; best Brah
min bull, three years old, J. B. Elkin,
$20; best Jersey calf, five months old,
J. B. Turner,. $6; best milch cow,
D. R. Flenniken $20.
Pair of deer and fawn, D. R. Flenni
IMP.LEMENTS AND FARM PRODUCTS.
Best hoe, South Carolina made,
W. S. Iabb, diploma; best improved
garden hoe, South Carolina made,
W. S. Rabb, diploma; best cotton gin,
South Carolina made, J. M. Elliott,
diploma; red rust proof oats, N. C.
Robertson, $5; cultivated grass'hay,
D. R. Flenniken, "American Farmer;"
basket of pears, D. R. Elkin, $5.
VAcorIATION.-A t the recent meet
ing of the State Board of Health, Dr.
S. Barucn, of Camden, read a report
optpd subject of vaccination, of which
the Columbia Register gives the fol
The report .dwelt upon the great
necessity of ageneral vaccination of
the people, and emnbraced~vsluable r'e
ports tromn all the saib-boa'de 'of health
ini the State slioking. the 'cryino need
of vaccinationi. The sub-boardTs were
almost unanimous in their recomn
mnendation that some1 step) be taken to
protect the peole against the scourge
of small-pox, 4vyhi may at any time
invade the State.: The report dwdlt
at length upon the statistical ad oth
er evidences whielt deiflonstrate the
efficacy of the 'pr'otective power of
vaccination and its amiello'rating effect
upon small-pox when from any canse,
as foinsitance, inefficient vaccinationi,
or thle wvanhg imiflue'nc6 of' protective
measures., small-pex is contracted.
The report also proved by statistical
evidence that the vacci nat ion perform
ed by Jenner and his imumediate foi
lowers afforded far greater protection
to the people of that tine thana thle vac
cination done ill more recent times.
This wvas demnstrated. too, bv refer
ence to various epidemics wich had
prevailed from time to time to thle
preCsent daiy. Tfhe report also dIwelt
upon the absurd position which tihe
anti-vaccinationists occupy inl their
opposition to this great boon, and aj>
p~ealed to the executive committee t
use their utmost endeavor to induce
the Legislature to give them the prop
er~ asistanee forn carrying out thte plan,
which wvas embodied, to have a gener
al vaccination for the State. The re
porter llmpressed upon the committee
tile importance of immediate acotion,
as by this means thley wvould do their
full duty, and if time people~ remained
unprotected the responsibility would
remainl withl the legislative bodies
which refused their assistance, Hie
concluded by map~ping out a. plan
for general vaccination. The rep~ort
was referred to the committee appoint
ed by the State Board of Health at its
last session1 to p~resenit withl their annu
ad report to the Legislature.
NOTICE is Ile)eby given that t' will
apply to the. Judge of 15robate for
Fairfield County, Tuesday, December 15,
1880, for a final discharge as guardian of
W. H.-Clarke.-W. A, LARKE.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE..
T WELVE hundred and forty-five (1246)
- Ares of land, belonging -to the late
Samuel McAliley, will be seld. at Chester,
the 1st Monday of December next. The
anisdivided into six (8) tracts, a plat
of whieh can be seen at the Sheriff's of.
flee. Each tract contains both bottom
and ulpland--original forest and open
Also, seven (7) lots in the town of Ches
TEnMS o1 SALE:
One-third cash, the balance on a credit
of twelve months, with interest from day
of sale, secured by bond of purchasers,
and a mortgage of the premises sold. Pur
chasers to pay for all necessary papors.
MISS MARY McALILEY,
Executrix of the late Sam'L. MoAliley,
nov 16-t lxi
r 3HE building' knqwn as Morris' Hote!,
*..L now oco-.piud. .by Mr. John Glad.
den. Anply to F. RL~i4J~t
CoRlof & Canl o
T HE Finest lines of Ladiea' and Gonts
Gold Watches, Chains, Pins and
Ear-Rin g, that have over boon brought
to this place.
A fine assortment of Cameo and Plain
1Silver and Plated Ware of all kinds.
Violins, Violin 6trings, &o.
HANDSOME TOILET SETS.
Vaes, Motto Cups, Lamp Gods, Glass
ware, Clocks, &o. All as CuEAP as tho
Cheapest. nov 16
I. YOU WANT
ANYTHING IN THE
CALL AND GET THE BEST AT
F W H./BENfICHT's.
SCOTOH WHISKEY PUNCHES,
F. W. HIABENICHT'S.
JAMAIOA RUM PUNMHE0,
F. W. IIAB1E4NCHT'S.
TOY AND JERIRIES,
MADE OF THlE BEST IMPORTED LI
. QUORS, AT
F. W. HIABENICIIT'S.
TilE "DON OARLO,"
BEST TEN CENTS CIGAR FOR TfHE
DEBTORS TAKE NOTICE.
A LL parties indebted to us on any
. .aount whatever will please come
forward and settle imnmediately,as we need
the money and must have it. Any one
who has bought Atok from us, who is so
unfortunatoa as not te' be able to~ pay, will
please bring the stock and agree on a
settlement so as to anvo us trouble, and
cot~sa to themselves. Settlemecnt we must
have. No other notice wvill bo given, and
notioni will be twi un at once against ali
Who (do not respond.
nov .13. tx2w WV. Rt. DOT Y & CO.
ALL persons who bought stock
from me last spring on time whose
notes are due first October, will
please be prepared to moot them. as
full payment will be required.
Prompt payment wvill only enable
me to accommodate thorn next
CORN AND FODDERL
Delivered at my Stable on Congress
Street, located one door south of the
T HIE books for the collection of
town taxes will be opon on th~e
1st of October, and remain open until
the 1st of December. My ofil ce is at
the store of Messrs. F. Eldter & Co.
-E. S. CHIANDLE~R,
sept 110 Clerk and Tresurer.
Dry Goods and Notions for overy
body and priets low at
SUGENHEDIER &5 GnoEzonEr.
DRI. W. E. AIKEN,
--DEAL ER IN*
Dr.upt, Medi ine ,TJ~oinh-t Goods'~ .ote
.wImsmonot, s. c.
A no4' offerling for the inspectlon
A of the citizens of Fairfield tifelir
FALL AND WINTElt'STOCK. E h
department of Dress Goodis,- Dyy
Goods, Clothing, Gents G(oods ind
Hats, is full u1 > with goods that h1ave
been CAULFULLY SELECTED.
The quality of our Goods is FIIlST
CLASS, anid they will bo sold ats low
as anybody can or will sellthem. We
claim to bo
R ADQ UARTARS
For all goods in our line. In Shoes
we ire second to none. Iii quality
they-aro as good as are show.n iI i
or any other market. Romniuber we
sell the fillowing brands, and that
cvCry pair are warraited:
AIDLER & CLEMENTS'
We have sold those brands for TEN
YEARS, and they have always given
entire satisfaction. As for pilees, no
body shall undersell us.
We have a nice hine of Carpets on
hand, and are still selling the celebrat
ed PEARL S11 LRT, ts we -cal find no
MeMASTER, BRICE & KETCIflN.
r ilIS is an association of business men,
who, for their mutual protection,
entribute tonards a fund, so as
in easo of death, their families may re
ceive from $2.100 to S5,000,according to
amouit of eerlifleato. This is one of the
eat pilans of lifd insurance. You pay as
you go, just'like firo insurance, and with
miore convenienco evon, 14 you pay by
small instalmont' during the year. We'
refer to those bcst aeluatinted with ns;
viz : menibers iri -Fairtield: G. H. Mc
Mast.er, Jrs. A. Brice, Jno. B. Davis, D.
R Flennilan1, It. Hu1genhleimer, J. W.
McCreight. Juo. J. Neil, Thomas L. John
son. J. Clendining, t. 13. Hanahan, R.
Means Davis, Ja.4. Q Davis. Any one
that should like to become a membor will
apply to G. 0, BACOT,
o 2 Agent.
We are bound to please and think
we can interest you if you need any
thing in our line.
SUGENHEIMER & GRQESCHEL.
A NEW KIND OF WATCH CASE.
New because it is only witLiln the last few
years that it as been improved and brougbt
within the reach of every one: old in principle
because the first invention was made and the
first, patent taken out nearly twenty years ago,
and cases made at that time and worn ever
since, are nearly as good as new. Rcad the fol
lowing which is only one of the many utun
dreds; your jewelers can toil of similar ones:
MANSFIrJD, PA., May 2, 1sTS.
I havo a customer who carried one of Boss'
Patent cases fifteen years and I knew it two
years beforp lt, got I, and it now appears good
for ter, years longer. U. E. ONEY.
1' memnber that Jas. Boss' Is the only patent
.ase made of two plates or solid gold (one ou6.
side and one inside) covering every part ex
posed to wear or sight,. Thec great advantasge
or these plates is apparent to every one. Boss'
Is the only pient case wvith which thterb is
given a written wvarrant, of which the following
id a f ac-simlie;
29 imiaant AftAE
see that you gct, the~ guara nt ee with ench case
Ask your jeweler for illustrated catalogue,
We think we can shOW a little the
nicest Stock of New Fall and Win
ter Goods, ever brought to our
burg. Comoe and see us.
SUoENHEIMER & GROEscHIEL.
SUGARSasorted. Coffees, Rio,
a Laguavra ad Old Gov. .Java.
Rio and1( Old Gov. Java Ronsted.
Teas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Y'oung Ulyson.
P'ears, Peaches, Phneapples, To
mnetocs, Salmon, Corned Rleef, Deoviled
.1Ham and LTu rkoy, Sardines, &c.
Mlacalroni and Chieese, Ginger Pie
serves, Pin 1Iadi Oat Meal,~ Coopei
Galatine, Mustard, Black Poepper and
NiltmI egs. -
Baldwin Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Empire Chowv
Cho0w, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Por
in 's W orite~rshi ro Sance.
3. F. MOMASTER & 00O.
Dress Goods, Laces, Collairs, Cuir's,
Boots, Shoes, Neckties. Hats, Caps,
Notions and oceans of New G3ods.
rrices Low, First, Last and All the
Time, SUoENHEIMER & GIOEsOIHEL.
Factor & General Commission Morehant,
-C0HIAIRLE ST ON, S. C'.,
GERMAN KAINIT, or POTASH SAM/';
Peruvian Guano, No. I and No.'2,
Pure 1Fish Guano, Nova Scotia laind
Plaeter, Ground1 South Carolina Phos.
phaite, and di her 'ERTILJZP.RS. Also,
CQ0 RN, O A:TS, H AY, E t c..
Orderstillodwith rdispatch, andl liberal
advhancos madc, on~C c~arunert* of Qot
toni and other :Produai.
LUDI)EN & BATES'
TH E MUSIC HOUSE OF T HE SOUTH i
EIEMO'VAL TO OUR
Nw Double Storo
An Immense Music Temple. 1
Two large stores, each 30 foot front and
four storios high, fronting on three streeta I
and filled from collar to loft with u~.sical
supplie. Nothing to compare with it in
the Southern States.
A 1IG STORE,
A BIG TRADE, ..
AND MORE TO OO3M,
During the ten years sinco our estab
lishmont of our house we have developed
tho music trade of the South to a won
derful degree, but as yet we have only be
gun. We see, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a year, and to tako
care of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our presient mammoth warerooms.
Fall trade 1880 will be immense. We are
ready-for iL. For months our senior part
ner has boon at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
instruments. He has concluded most t
advantageous contraets, and the Pianos v
and Organs are "coming, coming" 100,000
inore, by every steamer. Neu Stylos, Now
Prices, 'Ncw 'orms, New Store, Now Do.
SPECIAL OFFEl, FALL 1880.
Cash prices with three Months oredit.
During months of Aug. Sept. and Oct. .
we will 911 Pianos an d Organe at Lowr;s-r
Casn FnloEs, payable $25 Cash on a Ri
ano or $10 Cash on an Organ, with the b
balance in throo months, wrruouT nTCE
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFER? t
Write for Illustrated Catalogues and J
New Price Lists for Fall 1860 and pre
pare to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
ALWAYS ON HAND I
The very best NORFOLJK OYSTERIS,
three times a week, at
F, W. HABENICHIT'S.
Best Salt Water FR~ESH1 FISH, all the
year round, and always warranted to be
F. WV. HAB3ENICHT'8.
To arrive this week one barrel Old 1963
NATHAN'S CABIN~ET WHISKEY, (gem.
F. W. HABENICHIT'S.
P. 5. Serne of same, very o1(d, in stock.
PHlILADEIPHTIA LAGECR BEER in
one-half Pint Bottles, for Faniily use,
very low, at
P. W. DAB3ENICHT'S,
FALL AN WIRER,
CLOTHING, HATS AND EfUR-.
NISHING GOODS, .
At tho Great Clothing Store of
* SUGE~NUEIMER & OflOEBEL.
Every one ini want of Clothing should
go to the CLOTHING STOREf
of Sugenhei'mer & Groes
chel, before buying as
the largest and
Stock of, these Goodls over of'fered in
Winnsboro will bo found there.
-HOW TO BET.
Don't bet on elections, but bob
your bottom dollar that Sugenhoim
or & Groeschel can suit you for the
least money of any house in town.
We seloot ouir Clothing with watchful care,
We try to always deal with you fair.
We're bound to please-bver ready to try,
Come and see us when you want to buy,
SUGEN1lEIMERh & GRIO2CSCHiEL.
T H IE undersigned1 bogs leave to say
A. to tihe public that lie Is niow r'un
ning a fIrzst-class Shaving Saloon ini
oivery respect. None but com) 1etent
anud OXporIt wvorkmenou are employed,
and those who will favor us wvith their
gtistomn thro ggaranteed satisfaction.
Done in the latest and neatest style.,
~on't forget to call and give -mo a:1
tial, pud I vyili please you.
. :Ji~t T J. Ml.~'- McCAim LL,~
* poitej) Dr .k aDr; oe
AT1. TiH E CORN ER STOR)LE
FTALL 'AN'D WfINT ER GOOSl
W1 EGO leave to inform our eustomers an(d thbo publio generally, that we have
lately disposed of our Grocory Department for the purposo of making juort
,ooni for out
Which are now in store, and havo been marked at prices to induce quicik sales. W
mnuot enumerate-the inriont kinds anit styles, but cordially invile all to call and ex.
Minne our stock, and we shall ondeavor to anilco it the intorest of all to purchase.
CLOTHING, HATS AND GE NTS' FURKILSHING GOODS.
Thi. departmnient has been extended, and we guarantee prices as low as tholoweskZ
tIr Troy City Perfect, Fitting Crown Shirt cannot be surpassed. Laundriod or Us.
auindrieal inado to order if desired.
BAY STATE STANDARD SCRE WED SHOE1S9
Are our specialty, ind to thole who have tried them wo nood not add wordm. To
hoso who ato yet strangors to the durability of this honestly made Shoe, wo ask yolft
o 0nll and buy your witor supply, or a sir.gle pairotily, if ycu profor trying theln.
roll will not have to conto often-they are nokaouwledged by many to ouLtvear any
ZEIGLER BROTIXERS' Gonts', Ladies', Misses', and Infants' Flno Shoes. 1Redeo
'our 8 oe bill and savo money by buying thn bert. Rotnember the place*
J. M. BEATY & CO.
oct 7 O'N TI1E COINER.
P. LANDECKER & B80'S,
T AYING just returned from the North, wo can assuro our frienas and
- customers that we have securod the finost selection of Fall and Win,
ar Goods. Full and complete assortment of the latest Novelties for fall
KID GLOVES I RID GLOVE3 11 Two and throo Buttons, 50 cen(
inglish Lislo Thread Gloves with two, three and six buttons, all sizw4
oth in white and colors.
Ladies' and Misses' Colored Hoso in variety. Mon's Half Hose-all
Our stock of White Goods, .emnbroideries, Handkorcbiefe, Notions, &c.,
as -never been more complete.
Gents' Furnishing Goods in all the new and attractive styles. New
flothing in new styies and at old prices. Notwithstanding the advanco in
be price of woolen fabrics, wo aro receiving the largest and handsome9t
took of fine and medium Clothing that has ever been exhibited in the
loro, which we will sell at LAST FALL AND WINTER PRICES I
An inspection is respectfully solicited.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
ltY STOCK of, Furniture, which will he the largest, hantsomest and chena
est according to quality, and for design and' workunanship unequaled.
tememiber flhat all mny goods are warr'antedl to be as represented. Prieo your'
rurniture elsewhere, theni come to thme first-class store wheo-c you will hatve the
iest selection: anid can buv' dce mer. Bear in miind that I ship goods to llilge
vay, Blythievo~od, White'Oak, YWoodwvard's, Blackstock, and as far as Chester
mdlI York. This Is a recommuienidat.ioni oft't1he quality and price of' my goods.
A new supply of Window Shades, WVall Pockets, lirackets, Mirrors, Picture
ramnes, Chromes, I hat Racks, andl( Uook Shelves, cheaper thaniu the clicaplest.
Thle largest supplly of TJin Chainber Sets, mde to maitch Cott age anid Chanma
por Suits. Call and1( see them. A ne0w supply of Sewing Machinecs as good as
my. Don't Buy a Machine mnerely because your mother or your noilhbor -has
t and likes it. Rlemnember that uxnost o thie macinies that are most largely
)nl'ed have but little incrit. The 01n0 you want is thie one0 that wvill saVe you
ime aniid vexa.ioni, is ioiseless, runs light and will last, a long tjume. I have
t. Reinuember thie Gold Aleodal was awarded to one of thie Machines I represenit
>ver eighity compel)titors. .I cani refer you to many (.hat are using it., anid it has
lways given etirie sattifactioni. icineaniber that I ain agent, for a D)oor and
lash Factory. All orders ontriusted to nio will have pr1omipt attentioni andl at
lie lowest pices. Furniture nieat.ly rep~aired at mnoderate p~riesm. I amn also
irepared to mnake to order. Lumber andi Shingles for sale at smiall profIts. SewK
ng Machine Needles and attachments and parts of Machines can be hand through
rIO. Don't fall to call before umechasinig elsewhere. RL. W. PILLIPS.
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