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TOWN AND MUNTY.
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RAIMrOAD ScIEDUr.s.-The trains
on the Charlotte. Columbia & Augusta
Railroad reach Winnsboro as follows:
Day passenger, northward, 1.00 p. in.;
southward, 5.12 p. m. Night passen
ger, northward, 12.20 a. in.; south-.
ward, 8.59 p. Im. Day freight, north
ward. 8.55- a. in.; southward, 12.40
p. in. Night freight northward, 2.38,
a. In.; southward, 16.35 p. m.-This'
schedule Is oil the basis of Washing
ton time, which isabout fifteen minutes
ahead of Winnsboro time.
New Advertisements., .
New Store-W H. Donly.
Citation-rJ. R. IlJoyles, J. P. F. C.
To PropertylOwndrs-E . '& Chan
Sale of Personal Property--J. C.
The sheriff's office is doing a big
business collecting liens.
A partial colpse of the sun will take
place on the 30th of this month.
Taxes were paid up unusually well
this year. Over thirty-nine hundred
voluntary polls were collected.
The new 'county officers hnve re
ceived official notification of their elec
tion and expect to qualify in a' few
It's getting Oin well into the season
and yet no theatrical troupe has visited
Winnsboro. We inust draw upon
local talent if this dearth continues.
Mr. W. 11. Donly, finding his busi
ness constantly on the increase, has
opened a branch store in the building
south of that of Messrs. Beaty & Bro.
In both establishments will be found a
varied assortment of groceries. Read
The Register' of Thursday says:
"Saluda Factory bought by telephone
last niight seventy-eight bales of Fair
field cotton grown by R. J. 31cCarley
of that county. It was classed as
'strict-low middling,' and -the f'actory
p~aid 11 .80c. for the lot.?' Constrat~ia
tions to Jaick dun Jiis successials a plan
The weatTh hs been ahnost unpre
cedontedly bad for the past fewv weeks,
and. the streeC(ts andi pavemenlts are as
miuddy as they- cain well be. Much
cotton is still in the fields thuroghont'
the county, and the rain hais damaged
it seriously. The farmers were prec
p~aring to sow a very large crop of
oats, but thie weather has interfered
DrsTnuer, SenooL MEE'TING.-The
trustees of' School District No. 14 have
called a meeting of the taxpayers of'
the district, to be held in the Town
Hall, oil Wednesday, the 8th inistant,
at ten o'clock a. in. The object of this
meeting is to coiisidler the question of
levying a local tax for the sitpport of
the pulic schools. As every taxpayer
is directly interested in the matter, it
is to be hoped that there will be a full
REsisTING TilE SHulnFF.-On Thur's
day, when soine wagons Wyere sent by
Messrs. Gooding & lliott to remove
.a part of the crop -belonging to Noah
Johnson, colored,. which had ben
levied upon under a lien, Noah refitsed
to lot thetai enter the yard, and, brand
ishiing a hatchet, thi catened to kill or
be0 killed before the crop shotild go.
Bherifi'Davis was sent for, and on his
arrival, his entrance ws resisted- by
Noah, who grappled with him and' bit
his hand before lie was overpowered.
'lie was brought to towin on the charge
of assaultinig the shfhrift' and resisting
-the pr'ocess of la'.' A pr.eliminairy
examination was held by Jitstice Neil,
and Noah bound ov~er to the Court of
STuCICHO)LDERns Mtil~4cd.--i'rA tunt
,nual mecetfiig of the 8tockhlolders of
the Chiarlotto, Cplumbia and Augusta
Railroad was held in Uolumbht on the.
1st instatst, INoticd of the mweeting
was pul1shd bne (lay befordhaffd,
and we presenis not A httndred Iedal
stockholdeorg kwlts anything about it,
Their presence at the meueting wotdd,
of coure, hauve effected no; pprpose,
as the controlling interest Isheid fly 4
few outsiders; but~ It does teatri as- If
the authorities inight hate glvon the
minority stockholders at least the ben..
efit of' one free ride to Cohtmbia in
lieu of dividends that have not been
paid for fifteen years, When a railla
r'oad t'irtualhy holds its meetinigs in a
corner It fs tirne to have a railvoad
commissioner on guard.
Dn. S. BiAaco.-T.he Camdenj'ou,"
nial says of Dr. Blarnehbt
- This eminent - physician, who fot*
more than twenty years past has lived
amongtt bids adieu $o us now for
newver arn larger fields, Orr1 aruch,
by his olesu tplioatioft apd nati ve in,
telect, has ar i . inh his ~ ~fse
sion, abes~ a' r'p tti l tht,
extend 1w outsidai $ the State. The
Doctor expects to lve in N'ew York,
and wo foolfasth.ed that uess&valts
himl" He 64ilt be greatly ,13ee4 here
by a lare elrole of friede1 Onr best
wishes .tenid bim,, and we trust that
his cnp.of good fortone will be fillet
Dr. barfich has w4nkn kWrvn fr'iend
Winnsboro whoi W1jtle 1rgretting
his removal from the State, congratu
late hina upon onlarglig his sphere o
AiEST OF .Lr'TION OFicEns.-T
Messrs. Walldi Douglass and Rags
date, the thref daagers of the late elec
tion at Je#ignaille precinct, in thij
county, wek brought before Unite<
tates Commissioner Stoeber, In Co
lumbia, on Thursday, charged witb
"neglect of duty." The conmissionei
discharged the accused parties on pre
liminary hearing. Messrs. Charles D
Chappell and J. 11. Wicker .were als<
brought before the. commissionet
charged with voting more than once
at the same precinct.' Mr. Wicker was
discharged aud Mr. Chappell waa
bound over to appear next Tuesday,
whon the prosecution will introduce
further evidence. Messrs. H. A. Gail.
lard, W. H. Lyles and J. T. Parron
appeared as counsel for. the accused
gentlemen. These prosecutions are
trumped up by the negroes in the
Jenkinsville section, urged on by the
Martlus-a dirty and villainous crew
that have been a nuisance to the neigh
borhood for many years.
VIsIT CIIARLESTON.-A rare oppor
tunity Is offered to the good people of
the up-country to visit the "City by
the Sea" -on the occasion of the Fair
of the South Carolina Agricultural
Society (which commences on the 6th
instant and continues ten days), the
Charleston races and the annual con
vocation of the *Grand Lodge of Ma
sons of this State. The railroads will
sell round-trip tickets at temptingly
low figures, and the people of Charles.
ton will do all in their power to enter
tain their visitors. Among the attrac
tions will be the races of the Carolina
Jockey Club. A number of noted
turfinen have reached the city and are
ready for the races. Among the ar
rivals are James McCloud, Joseph
Cotton, E. T. Beaman, McClean Broth
ers, Dan. McClinch, C. W. Medinger,
Joseph Walters, Hughey Qafney, John
Croker and: Dan. Mace, of New'York;
1H. Ball, . of Kentucky, and Green
Morris, of St. Louis. Twenty-five
horses have already reached the city,
and it is estimated that not less than
twenty stables, containing eighty
horses, will be oh hand at the races
which will be the best ever given by
THE GRANTING OF CIIARTER.
Churches, societies and religious and
charitable associations- seeking incor
poration, as well as those interested in
the opening of new roads, would save
many a dollar to the State by being
guided by the suggestions embraced
wvithin the following report' nmade .by
the Senate JudicIary Commtrittee: "
the opinionl of the committee, Clerks
1f the Court have full power and au.
thority to grant charters for churches,
cemeteries, fire and hook and ladder
complanies, Free Masons, Odd Fellows
and Knights'of Pythias lodges, charit.
ablo and religious institutions or so
cieties, labor, agricultural, meonufactur'.
ing, industrial, or other like societiles
and companmies, and in their opinioni
the Legislattire would save a greal
dealr'of time~ and expense, b~y remitting
the gr'a:Sting of charters for such so.
cieties andt conmpanies to the Clerks of
the Court, and they recommend thai
such action be taken by the Senate,
They also report that, in their opinion,
the varIous Boards of County Coajunis
sioners have full power and authority
within the hounds of' their counties to
open new and repair old roads, and
that legislative action miced not be in
voked in the premnises, except whem1
it is necessary to authorize two Boards
of adjoining counties to build a bridge
across the line, or' open a road whicla
runs from onme to the other county."
NOTICE is hereby given to owners oi
UN Real Estate withlin the corporata
limits of the town of Winnsboro that
the p7avemnents in front of such property
must be put in good condition wvithir
thi?'t~y days from this date. If not at.
tended to within,- that time, the Towi
Conoil will proceNd to fit the same, and
the cost thereof will bo added to Lthe
lproprty-owners' taxes for the next muhi
My order of Council.
E.8. CHANDLER, Clerk.
SALAd &)19 PERSONAL PROPERT1i
PURSUANT to an order froni tb e Judg~
.1.of Probate. I will sell at pitblic ano.
tionm on Tuesdays thie 14th inst., at-tht
late residence of James E. Caldwefll, de,
eensed, the balance of the personal po
crty ~elongin g to the estate of said de
consed, consisting4 of corn, fodder, peas
cotaseed,,four-horse wagon and hbar.
ness, buggy, plantation and blackniiti
tools, iotton gin, cora mill, grain or adies
one hoi-se afhd fouir rhffles.
Terms of sale-cash.
3. C'. DALDWELD Executo*.
doe 4-f lil
STATF?2 OF SCUTIM CAROIANA
(ioUkV oR' WAIn'I3LaD.
Byt J.. R. 130YL~ & ,Eqi, Probale Judge.
HRtiE.AS Paul Je'hkins hath madi
Vault to'me to gratif. him letters o~
administration of the estate of Mahah
Trhese tdre, therefoie, to of te and admen.
ish all and sigta heknr' and ored.
Itors of the saidl Aahaldoenkiffs, deceased,
that they be and appear befol'g ue in th<
0tid of Pfobate, tY be held 'af rFairlielc
Court Htisoi Se 0., oh the 18thw day o
Dlecembet, after publication theredf, at 1)
c'eloek i the forehoon, to show esuse, I
any they have, why the said adudinistra
lion should not be giahted.
Given under nmy hand tis 8d day o
boeeeber, Annoe homini 1880.
J. B, BOYLJE8, J. P. F. 0 .
At P. W. Ifabenicbt's and..Williford's
Soie Ants for Wuinsboro, gnov 25
J1 N adition toaay Groqery on the corn.
.*L er, Ihave opened a Fanoy Grocery in
my old stmnd, bne door onth .,of Beaty a.
Bro., where I keep a full sele-Aion of nioe
things for Chrlitinas times,sutch as 1ou
r Kraut. Dologna Sansage, Breakfast Stribs,
Onions, A pples, Orange8s Cocoaninats i, .
aluhas, Cabbage, 1i h Potatoes, etc., oto,
Call nt Headqutarfers, on the corner,
and buy your Brandies, itums, ,iquor
and Wines, of whidh I kep a full selo.
lion. Forty barrolsof theso gouds ot
hand. W. II. DONLY,
deo 4 On the Corner.
WORTH OF GOODS
TO BE SOLD AT
VERY SMALL PROFITS.
NO change necessary to be made In
our business, for the reason that we are
gaining ground instead of losing, and
if this good trade of ours contintes,
the bait thrown out vill become so
tainted with skippers, that the parties
holding the line will be met with the
sad fisherman's luck.
We extend a cordial Invitation to
one and all to call and see us.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCIIEL.
NATHANS BROS.' Old Cabinet Rye,
18Old Roanoke W.biskey, 1860.
Also, Rlotterdam Brandy. Cold Ham for
lunch fromi 11 to 1 o'olock every day,
I HAVE recently made extensivo addi
I tions to my stock of Winos and
liquors, which consits of a full assort.
nient of Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey.s
French Brandy, Apple Bran dy, Peach
U randy, Sherry Wilne, beappernong Wine,
Ch amipag~no, eto , eto.
feI oaim to a -11 the FINEST AND
PUl 1EST 11YE WVHISKEY to be had in
Winrnsboron. Give it a~ trial.
I also also k op on hand a full supply of
SEGARS AND TOJA CCO,
in great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at the PAL'4ETTO HOUSE, in the
WVinnsbomo Hotel building.
'COL UMBI A\ HOTEL
nov 2i5tx~ta PROPI'tETOR.
Conor & Ckaldlerh
IF you ivant a r'eal godd arteile at its
propdi value. Their prices are lows
tonsderlng the quality of their goods,
They have g spienidl todk of Gokl
and Siver Watchesg Plain and Fancy
ithigs, Sttids and Siedteu luttona, Gold
and floll4ed-Plated Sets, Silver and
latedwvafo5 Pocket and Table HnIyes
G~ld Pens and Pencits,
A large Atsdortment of 4GlassAware
Lamp Giopds, T~[oilet Sets, i/asps
Clocks1 (wartanted good time-keeg
era), Spectacled afid l'ye'Gasses t<
suIt all 'Ages, Safety LampaBt'ffnets
Machhind N'eedles, Violis Vioth
S trings, etc. eti.
Great Excitf lit!
GOODS GIVEN AWAY!
W E, the undersigned, ntin tthee to
the public that we have just re
ceived a new lot of
LADIES' A14D GENTS'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TRUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
Which we will sell at the lowest; and
In addition to the low prices we give
to every purchaser of $5.00 an extra
FIFTY CENTS WORTH OF GOODS,
And to every purchaser.of $10, an ex
tra present of
ONE DOLLAR'S WOUTH.
A new lot of Three-Buttoned Kid
Gioves, only 50 cents, real Alexander
kid Gloves, $1.00-worth $1.25.
OLOAE1Xg OLOA AA.
ALL KINDS AND STYLES.
A call fotr ilnpectio(t is coi'dially in
vited, and satisfaction guaranteed in
P. LANDRCEFER B IRO.
People of Farield.
NOTICNis iiow glvti tihat it tvil
bt, the advalitage of buyers tb
GINANCE Ati d6D$
In our line befor'e buyig elsewliise
We propose selling Gootis as low as
the same quality are sold oi offered by
anybody. Our Goods speak for them
SPEClit., liDfUOEMENTS OFFERED
We Woidai call die attention of liie
Ldies to our stock of
an nlspectin of 'whieh wel i'epetf'tly~
McMASTEtR, BRICE & KCETCillN.
A NEW KIND OF WA'fCNI CASE.
New 1liIcause it is billy withtin the iast fewi
years that It has been improved and broughi
within the reach of every one: old in principle
because the first invention was made and theu
fir'st patent taken out nearly twenty years ago,
and cases made at that? time end wiirn ever
since, are nearly as good as new. head the foi
lowing which is oiiy one ef the many hun
dreds; ybi619ewelers cat tel1 of similar ones :
M' ANsPIUID, I*A., May 2b, 1875.
I have a customer who carrled btib di 11ds
Patent eases fifteen years d1114 i kil1d* ft til
years fbfdre he got it, and it, now appears good
for ten years longer. It. E. OLNEY.
iubinember' that Jas. Boss' is the only patoni
ease made of two plates of solid gold (o'ne out,
side and one inside) covering every part ex.
pes'd to wear or M|git. The groat advantage
of these plates is apparent to every one. 13085
is the only patent ease with 1rlich there 111
*iven a written warrant, of wthie'h the follidwrin
Is a facasitifie:
Bee thatyou get the guarantee with each~cast
Ask y&ur jewelor for Illustrated tbiiogue,
Factor & General Oommission Merchant,
62l1AA RAINIT, or JP~'ASH SAI/tf
Peruvian Guano; No I end No. 2
Pure FIsh a3nufin, 1NoV Setia nd
Plaster, Ground 80o'% Oafoltfiia 19s.
phate, and o*1et 9ERT1LJXERS. Als,
pfduts Olled *itit. dispatch, and liberal
~aaoes tdad.et o ecosgnmonto fCt
fno a~dothier Produe.
Av c --wosm
LUDPEN & BAT ES'
THE 3[USIC HOISE OF T1 HlSOUTH I
1tE141OVAL TO OUR
New Doublo Store
An linmneuse Music Temple.
Two large stores, each 30 feet front abd
four stories high, fronting on three streets
and filled from collar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to comparo with it 'lit
the outhern States.
A MIG STORE,
A BIG STO1t,
A BIG TRADE,
AND MOR3 T6 0OME,
During the ten years sine our estab.
lishment of our house we hate developed
the music trade. of the South to a won
derful degree,, but as yet *6 have only be.
gun. We.see, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a . ear, and to take
care of this enormous trade we have Vro.
vided our present 'nammoth warerooms.
Fall trade 1881' will be ininense. We are
ready for it. For monthsour senior part
ner has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
instruments. He has concluded most
advantageous contracts, and the Pinnoil
and Organs are "comiug, coming" 100,000
more, by ever steamer. Ne Styles, New
Prices, Now 'Xrms,New tore, Now Do
SPECIAL OFFER, FAUL 1880,
Cush pricea with three Months credit. -
During months of Aivr. Sept. and Oct.
we will sell Pianos at d Organs at towMNT
CAs Pmtes, payable %25 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 Cash. on an Organ, %%ith the
balance in thiee months, WITUOUT INTER
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO TIlS OFFER?
Write for Illustrated Caaloiued and
Now Price Lists for Fall I b66t and pre
pare to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
THE REA8ON WHY
1;O many farmers fail is not so much
k on account of the political situa
tion, but because they don't buy Gro.
cerles from the uundersigned. As a
guide, I give an abbreviated catalogue
Flour-all grades-prices rsang:ng
from $3.60 10 $10 per barrel; New
Buckwvheat Flour, just received; Su
gar's, Coffees, (Rtoasted and Green),
Bacon, lUams, (canvassed and uncan
vassed), Lard;.(ini tkires, bucts and
entis), Cream Cheesu, 'Macaroni, 15olt
ed Meal, Pearl Grits, Molasses and
Syrups of all grades. Also a lot of
new crop New Orleans to arrive in a
Red hiny W~herit; ta 1tic selection),
Rye, Barley anmd Ried Rust-Proof Oats.
The "Farmer's Friend Plow," a
want long felt by the industrious til
lers, of thme soil ; will not choke In the
foumlesti land, light and eaisy td lhapile,
yet durable. Alsq Plow Ihoes, Aes,
Trace Chains, 14alIb) ilorse and Mule
BOOTS AND NRlOE~a
All of thy adode Will ibear ispect lon;
ivhIch I invite.,
nlov 23 D. RI. FLENNIKEN.
ALWAYS ON HAD !
'Til ?etly ibst NORFOil OST'ERS,
three (iiilbAa * eek, at
F; AV. HIABENICIIT'S.
Best Salt Water FiREtiH FINH, all the
rbtiid, end always wvarralited to be
To arrive this week one barrel Old 18
NAThAlq'8 OASIlNET WHISKEY, (gon
F. W; HABINIOIHT'8.
P. O. Sotfidi of same, very old, in stock.
PFHILADalPHIM A (1it BEER in
oneahftlf Pint Witles, fot Family use,
vely low, at
.F. WN. HlAliNNidH'I 'S.
Fresh Drujs and Medichies;
'i A'foR OIL, Bluestone, Borax, (O'd .
enno Peper, liaetoeffine, Bat'
Sponges, ..oug~ yrupe. )!oothingl Syrup~s,
Bay.Roni~t, P'ertnty, ?inohontidia, Qul.
uine, Tutts', Gi es pn I. Strong's Pills,
Eeetee Gingot, ~apAthed Plasters.
Offion $ s. repared Cobd, dfanary
AT T ffE Co
VAIL AND 7
W E BEO leave-to inforinour oneone
Irtely diespo41-f -obr-Groiiry Del
room for out
Whieli ate now 1h1 store, and have been I
cannot enumerate the %ri'lous kinds ild lit
atniie oir stock, anid we s1all ekdeAvor to
VJOT1[ING, l[ A T .A AM) 0i
This department has been extonded, ani
Our Troy City Perfect. Fitting Crown h1irl
laundried made to order if dilred.
BAY STATt WANDA
Are bur spodialty, and to thoio wh havo
thoae who areyet strangers to the duirabili
to dall and buy your wmnter utipply, ora si
You will not have to come ofton-they aro
ZEIGLER BflOTHEI1S' Gents', tadice',
your 8. oe bill and save money by buying
I Y fTOCK of ii'niture, vhWiuh wil
l est accorlding to quilli ty, and for
emember (.h1atall Ily goods 11re wnra:
Funiiture elsehvetre, t'ien come to the
best selection and cllan huv' cheaper. IkP
way. Blvtlewood, White Oak, Woodw
and York. This is t reconnnenda(ion <
A new supply o' Wiidow Shades, W
Frames, Chromos, lat itacks, and Bool,
The largest. supply ofTin Chamber 81
ber Suits. Call and Fee I hem. A tiew
Any. )onl't Buy a Naclhilne mielty beel
It and likes i. .ieiember that iost ol
puifled have but little merit. The one
time and vexation, is noiseless, rui
it. Reilmomber tle (Gold Nedal was awl
over eighty competitors. I c(-aln refer yp
always given ent ire sat isfiletion. liem
Sash Fttwory. All orders entrusted to
the lowest prices. Furnituore ieatly rel
prepared to make to order. Lumber an
ing Macinell Needles and ittiheliments a
11ne. Don't fiail to cal before pirelasinl
IF YOU WANT
AN TING IN T Hi1e
CALL ANII GET TILE RE'ST AT
F. W H./1B~iuVICH[TS
SOOTdH WISKEY PUNolHES,
F-.; W. HIABENICIIT'S.
JAMAIOA RUM PUNOHES1
F.' W. IIABENICHT'S.
iWolli AND JEIRIE,
MADE OF TIlE BEST IPORTED LI
F. WV. IIAIBENICH1T'S.
EBT TEN CENTS CIOAR FOR TIlE
MO N 4
F. ir. HIAJEN10H1"TS;
WAGONS! WAGONS !
OINE OAt LbAI) bF TIEE FAMCdUS
OnP1 UAt fibMn ole TilE IltiAJtA
WE WIxLL NO'T UIE UNDEjISOLD),
For salo liy
t, U. DESUti'Es'
Itldgeivay, S. 4&
We ae bundto pleae and a
w e avi iterest you if yot~ rae4ia$
Ith~iig in oftr libe.
N ER STO0RE
and the publio generally. that a he -
artment for the purpose of maling .mot -
narked'at prices to..i<1ueo quil in i V.V.
yles, but cordially invi' c all to call.and ox
iakce it the interest of all to purchase.
KTS' FURN1SifliN GoODS.
I we guarantee prices as low as the lowesL
cannot be surpased. Laandri I or a.
RD SCIWED SHOES
trieil them we need not odd words. To
y of tiON linitly made Mho. we nask you
nlg!'i pa'r on.y, if yct prefor trying thcm.
aoknouw1(IgOcj. by inany to outwear any
Mimes', and itnfants1 Fine Shoesa Itduce
thn bect. Remember the place
M. BEATY & CO.1
ON T E C011NIPM.
i be the aligest, haniiidsomeast antl chiena
d e,'s Ii and wvorkmanship nw.-tiualedh
Ited to be ats represenlted. Price your.
III'st-class store where you vill hauvo 11ho
al. inl mind that I sillp g"oods I ti Ridge
1w1's, lilalkstock, anid *1s fl'l la Clestct
r t.he qualit y andt( price of niy goods.
ill Pockets, lirackets, Mirrors. Picturo
Shelves, chelpel thall the Chet st.
ts, ma1de to maitch c(ut huge and (imm
Supply of' 3ewinpig Machinit.&s; as iood as
muse your Mot.her or your nuigllbor has.
the maciins( tihat1, alre mo11)(4 luargely
'On waint is the (ne that, will save you
is light aind will last a long tie. I h'atti
r1ded to one of, the Mauchinles I reprosenit
>n1 to mnany that are usileg it, and it, ha11.
'miber' I lit I am111 agent. for. it Door anad
mie wvill have promlpt. attention anld ait
>ired ait moderalte price. 1 11m also
i ShinIgle8 For silo at.s milll profits. Sew
id palt s of Macihines caln be had I buroughl
g elsewhere. R. W. Pfl1 S.
?IUS8I QROCERIM I
Q UGA 118, assorted. CoiTees, lhio,
k Lagaara andu Old Goiv. .Javai
11lo andi ld .Gov. .Java 1toasted a
TeashBlck1 Imperwial, Giiunpowdei
and( Y Jiig'lson.
Pears, Penehes, Pinet pples. To:
matoes, Salmonu, Cornecd Boi', Utoviled
HLamind1( Tl'urkciv; Sar'dines; &c.
Macaroni ncnd Cheese; Gimrxer Pre
ser'ves, Pin Head1( Oat Meaipl; Coopet.
(Gelatine,, Mu1tstard, Black Pcybokr and
lll.idli Catsuj), Ci-oss & Iflack
wvol l's Chow CIhow, Empire Chowv
Chow, Assorted Pickles Le'a a Per''
1'inI's Worcestei'shireo Sane.
J. F. McMASTEB & 'J0.
ALL prois ivho bolig1it sho~c
from me Jast spring oli. timo whoad
notes are diuo drst October, ivil
please be1 prep1ared to meet thein:; as
full paymen6 iv'ill be relqtiir'od.
Pr'oiit prtyn16nt Wvill only 6iiable
me to accommodato thenit ioxti
]NlltN ANll #J~0bDUf
Deliversed at iny Slablb on Con ebs
ftrer't, locnted oneo door sonth bi't~
ninig.a first-class ShafIftg Saloon
livery rdsec~et. None bti6 .60tn )eef6
andi~ )xI port worktni faci Mo:etavtq#.-4
castom ard gfaaran~te alfu
IDon't fot t~o call andt ?Ive a
tr'iaI, and IwiWl pleaeo v'n
Op~posi~te tr Mkon arug storeu
dEn. bu9idI %orra' floier