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!7 N UNTY4
UaNaws AND HKIIAL.
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nuiiu, linadvancel; vgeekly edition,
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iadvlinee. Liberal dlschIunt to clubs
- ilve and upwards.
RAxis or ADv mur. siNo.--One-dol lar
11a1ch for the irst. inlsertcrln, 0 aid
Sceits per inch for each subseo sent
srtion. These rates apply to aiA ad
Nrtis'enoents, of whatever natu m';and
payible strictly in advance. Col.
for three, six or twel' e noitihs
4 0onsvery liberal teims. Tran.
*Jel loca notices, fifteen cents pe
'oe. first insertion and.seven
. 6- Alt cents 'er line for each
Rbeoquent insertion. Obitua-tes..a;I
butes of respcot charged as - adrjr
nte. Simple announcements o
ages and deaths published free ot
rge, and solicited.
All communications of whatsoever
t; ture, should he adressed to the
innehoro lPublishing Company
Wi.nsboo, S. 0.
RA1LRtoAn SnHnuLt.-The trainq
Sthe Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
liroad reach Winnsboro as follows:
Day passenger, porthward,.1.28 p. in.;
Southward, 0.10 p. m. Night passen
ger, northward, 12.16 a. in.; south
ward, 8.59p. a. Day freight, north
ward 8.65 a. m.; -'southward, 12.40
p. m. Night freight, northward, 2.88
a. i.; southward, 10.85 p. in.-This
schedule is onl the basis of Washing
ton time, which is about fifteen minutes
ahead of Winsboro time.
' Hurrah for Our House-J. Clendin
Masonic Meeting- G. B. McCants,
Sherfi 's' Sale-J.' D. McCarley,
Te State Senate, by a vote of 17 to
9, has decided that Senator Jeter did
not lose his seat.
Dr. R. B. Hanahan has moved his
residence to the dwelling formerly oc
cupied by Mr. Wim. M. Nelson.
It was Mr. James C. Hoffman .who
was accidentally wounded las' week.
His foot was amputated on Monday,
and at last accounts he was 'doing as
well as could be expected.
The next dime reading of the series
will take place at the residence of Mr.
D. R. Fenndken on to-niorrow (Fri
day) evening, at 7 o'clock. -A good
programme tins been arranged. and all
should go out and enjoy the evening.
Mr. Clendlihdig ats a new advertise
ment he this issue to Which we Would
cAlt your attention. Ile has a flle
't.. of liq orf, ei::ars. etc. us d it
.,,00 Ale hungry inl 1he1t.ije..10
dav give h01i a call. Fromn his long
experwiencu he will be 8u4v to give sat
The ladles of the Eplscopal Church
desire to hive a festival and hot sup
per on Wednesday, tme 22d inst., for
the purpose of repairing their church
They earnmestly-solicit time -assistance of
tremubers of other chnrches andl of th
pubIlic lin general. Articles conmtribuited
umay lie sent to Mrs. - Blrown'' or M1rs.
D~r. ltbertsoni's on the mnormnimng of the
Nriw SawiNO MOC!ItN .--Mr. J. 0.
Ilong, the aigemnt at this place ihr the
New D~avis Vertical Feed Machine,
has jusnt receivedl at now supl~iy of thmese
excellenmt nmachiines. At the Siudney~
Internmational ExhIibition, in, 1879--80,
the jmudges awarded~ the first prize to
the D~avis machine, after a contest that
extended over six months. Stilt bet
ter speaks the, fact that Mr. Bong hias
sold over two hundred of them in
Fairfld counuty. Go and buy.
Scnoor, hixETN.--ly atn oversight
we stated bi Saturday's issue that the
trustees-of School District No. 14 had
called a meeting of the taxpayers to
be hlcd on Wednmesday. It should
have been Saturday, thme 11th instant.
' Tme meeting wilt be held In the TLown
Hall, then, at ten o'clock on Saturday
.morning. All taxpayers should at
tend, assit devolves ,upon their to de
cide whether or not a special tax shall
be levied for the purpose of carrying
on the public schools in this township.
*Let none stay away, and afterwards
criticise the action of the meeting,
but let all go out and express their
aentiments freely and openly.
A PAntPUR AOCIDENT--Late on
Wednesday afternoon Mr. A. W,
Br'own, while riding upon his bieycle,
was thrown offoro it and fractured his
right leg about six inches below the
knee. Both bones were broken, this
making it a very painful fracture. The
accident occurred nearly in front of
Mrs. T. D. Orner's, and Mr. Brown
was carried thence to his room
inm Brown's Hfotef. It seems that a
mound or rise in the sidewalk caused
the bicycle to topple ever, thus throw
ing Mr. Brown over the top of thq
maehine, with his whole weight uponm
his leg, We hope the aeeident Is not
so serious As at first appears, and we
know that the sympathy of the whole
sominwity is with Mr. Brownt in his
. ~,os~t A FATAL, AocmDa't.-Just
as tiso up~ passenger train. of Wednmes.
day was movingr off ronm the depot,
George Kennedy, a (coloredl man, at
tempted to get aboard of it,-but foii
.dowim between the car and thw pld
fomof the depot, He was struck
once or twice by time cat' andc but for
the -ptp assistance of Mr, 8, 1E,
M ~id and others the man would
imns ffrhave met wilth a horibie
d'eatrp '1$ shar he a warnming to
alhl p'erses ntot to .try suet. a reckless
experinmet a. to. attempt to get aboard
aMmm inmotion.. We have fe
queptit noticed seig of'the small
boy slbt .hits andt eollweid, trite
- fegtent the depot, jun'ipinuge ea@t o4
thra.ora Jiita theyav * na 'd a ft
k0u4 0* ibiiyfehNld 6 mi d ir
boste -ofrenen WhAt say out' 'ity
Most EtZeroion Anus-S.-Mesers
R. J. McCarley. apd U. C. .Bacot, of
Whensboro, were arrested and brought
before United 8taLes Commissioner
Stoebe. yesterdav mornhg. The com.
plainlt gainist these genitlenlei wak
. rought by 0one 11ienry 'John1kson*', it
negro, who charges Ilhem; with nlei'leci
of dut v.. After hearing the evidence,
Commulssioner Stoeber aeceptd the
parole of Major lHarry Noah, a United
ir. McCarley,- amid the latter genmle,
mian gave boidl for the appearucoe of
his associate l0riay mmorimiug.
We (I the above fromn the Colum
bla Repistek of Wednesday. It will
be noticed that the instigastor of. thesm
arrests is the' notorious and villainous
Henry Johnson, whom we have f'e.
quently had occasion to mention ini
these- columns. It has been knowi
for some time that he was contemplat.
lig something of this kind, for there
is nothing too mean and dirty for hii
to dd.t Let our people remember thh
nity that has been' perpeirated
upon these gentlemen, and let tne
"whirligig of fime" .biig about Its
revenges. Nothing will be made out
of these trials except to convict Hellry
Johnison of pe-jlry, as the charge
brought is ridiculously false. Henry
:Is getting into deep water.
REPORT OF -THE TOwN eLER.-The
following is a report of the Town
Clerk and Treasurer for the months of
October and November:
Ot. 1-1-Ba1. per last 6tate
Ot. 1-License for circus, 60.00
Oct. 28-Tavern licenses.. 886.85
Oct. 81-Petty flues and
licenses ............ 28.00
Oct. 81.-Taxes in Octo
Nov. 1-Itent of market.. 39.00
Nov. 81-Petty flues and
licenses ............ 60.00
Nov. 81-Taxes In Novem
Oct. 2-Police for Septem
ber............ . $6 75.00
Oct. 2-Lanp-lighters for
September ......... . 20.00
Oct. 2-Extra police...... 16.60
Oct. 30-Work on atteets. 18.90
Oct. 80-Police for Octo
ber............ ..... 76.00
Oct. 80-Lamp-lighters for
October ............ 20.00
Nov. 5-Boarding prison
ers ................ .. 5.10
Nov. 5-Naw street lamp. 8.00
Nov. 16-Keeper of clock, 6.00
Nov. 16-Extr0 polce.... 17.75
T ,w ll '119........ 25.76
& 00.............*. 11.62
Nov. 30--Police for No
venme'6. I4 .....a 65.80
Nov. 30 - Lamp-lighters
for Noveum r...... 20.00
Balance.. .....'.. .......$964.61
?'Il LAW AD GAL'NST DUELING.
Full Text of the Bill Iecently Passed by
the State Senate abed Lukely to Berdome, I
A Bill to define the of'emmce and. fix
the punmishmenit of duellimng.
Be it enacted by thme Snae anid
[louse ofI Represenzttives ot' the Stait
ii' S4ont h Caromlinar, now)I imet andm sit.
llgin G.enmeral .Aatetibly, amid by the
Rthoh ofei~ thI~ e 8iLIlle
8mvriox I. Whmi*Ver shall fight a
dnel ini thlia State, and JAil persom
presenit, aidinmg amnd abettinmg inm such
duel, as seconid, friend, or counmselh
to either Srincipal, or othmerwise, shiti!
bede~nd uityof atfmisIdlneaniiors
amid, upon conviction, shmall be funed
not less thana one hunidmed deollars. or
imnprisoneod inm thme State peniitantiary
niot. leasn than six montihs, or both, at
the discretion of the jndge.
Skth. 2. Wheever shmall1 kill anothmer
ini aduel, or huifliet wounds upon him
from which he shodld die within sIa
months fromt said( duelh, andu all per.
gense p'esent, aidinaror abietting in such
duel, as second, friend, or counsellm
to either principal, or othmerwise, shall
be deemned guilty of murder, and,
uipen conuvetiona, shall suffer the fmun
ishr ment of death,
Ssc. 8. Fromt and after the passagi
of thmis act all memobers-ehected to thm(
General Assembly, and all officeri
nlow required to take and subscribi
the oath prescribed 1ff Article 11, Seo
tion 80, of thme Counsttuidi of- thi
State, shall, in additionm thereto, tak<
the following oath before 'enterinm
upon the duties of their reapectivi
offices, to 116 admdfdserd in like mani
mner as the oath ncfv regulired 2 "I di
solemnly swear (ci affirni, as the casi
may be,) that I ave mnot, sinde the ls
of.Jrniuary, A. D. 1881. engage'din la
dttel within or without the 8tate, eith
er . as prinacfput or seconud, or beet
present thereto as su frIend to eithem
ene of the priffcipais fu #fdi duel, am
that I will unot durinig the t~rm of of
floe to which I have been elected (0:
appointed, as thme case may be,) en gi
ini a duiel as'(Hincpal, or aid and be
in such duel as second, or flriend, tA
eiher pincipal or other wise." .. Ti
w Iehshl be added 1mn the ease of al
offfcers charged with the preservaiom
of the peace, the ilowing: "Amnd:
wflf, to tihe extent of thy ability, emn
force the pnalties patteribed by. law
ag~uinst dulingmj, and will not tall t<
bring t~o Jstice all violators otf the
same that ma come' Witin my vies
8Ec.-4.- nmy failure or reft~st1 t<
take time fomeofong'enth shall disquairi
thme officer or member of the LegisA
ture so renssing, or. fallini& frbim eni
terring upm (lie duties of its offie
which sIhl thereupon be deence<
'HE rgnlrmont flif munication C
wifl lbe held at Masonlin fail thi
(tIanrslay) e'venkm4. at '7 oWelook. A 'ful
attendafee fa ested a therrrwifl bc al
oleoi ion . f ouhcerR.
G.- A. Me &NTS,
dee O-f? 83.ovetary.
'I'IHE buliding. Kcnown s MarIs' Hotel
I now oeu'iipiedt by Mr John Gladl
.! reeted, I wall ofSr for sale, before
4:10 ourt House doo in-. Winusbom,
I. 0., on'jho first Monday in January
next, betwetn the legal houts:of W, ti
following desoribed prope~ , to -' .
All the right, title an.l .nturesto ol6n
A. Frser in that tridt o )An4 j a'l
being in (lis 'ouItt R; r4 bput
one 111 ni ortbieis (if the tow n-i W11n68
boro, ei itiiaii'ig seventy (7.*) 6 1tic, intro
or la.ia boundeild by lands ot';D.
Fwenn dken. V. E ider and Hienry L. Elliott.
6)lod it thy bait of .1. F. MoMaster- & Co.
igainst John A. Fraw r.
'i erni--sCeh 'J.- D. McOARLEY,
She-rifr-, Offlee, ' d. V.. V.
Winn 1bbri U., I)eo. 0; 18t<
Hlrah for -Or Ouse
01, YES! OH, YESI
T HE STONE MOUNTAINCORN WHIS
1 KEY has come and is -still- coning.
If you want good Whiskey and good
segara, call at
EJLENDINING'S HO USE,
next door to W. R. Doty & Co. He keeps
the best of everything. The best'Nathan's
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The best Gibson's
Whiskey.- -The best Ten Cents Segar
The best Five 'Ceuta Segar. And, above
al! things, the best Dinner foi 40 cents.
And if you come into town between V
aid I o'clook, and nre' hungry, call at
Clendining's for a drink, and -he will iet
up .a free lunch for you. Clendining
keeps if nioral.and a quiet house.
THE FOLLOWING GOODS WILL
For the reason that they have this day
been slightly damaged.
1 Piece Black Caslifmere worth $1.00 at
1 Piece Black Cashmere worth 85 cents
at 60 cents.
1 Piece Browi Cashmere worth 70
ceits at 46 cents.
Thiee prices are t gr6at deal less
than1 we 1(d ihr thein and are HON
EST BA LGAINS.
McMASTER, 3RICE & Kit!Itik
A NE.W KIND 00 WAT(OH CASE'
'New because it is only within .the iMIL. , few
reairs that it has bejen improved .and brought
within t,4e reacl4,otevvery.oune ld'in.prinolplj
becausQdhe fitnventio iaW'nia&e'jna the
Girst patent taken out hearty twenty yea'rsrago,
andcacses madeat -tb *. tie and worn ever
since, are Rearly as good as new. Itead the fo1
iowing whIch.'.:s 'dhi: bhe of . the imny ii
direds; your jewelrs -bart tell i simin btiia:
- -MAI~tPIKLD. p'A. Niit'28,.15'b
I have a cuistomer who earried oiie 61 oss
"atent, cases flfteen'yehi-s and i khef* its two
years b'fore he got It, aid IL now appears good
for ten years 1oiger. It. E. OLNEY.
Remembtr that Jc s. Boss' is the only patent
tmie mole (of two pla!.es:.fisoliui gold (one Out
alIse and one inside) covering every part cx.
posed to wea or sintr Th - ra advantage
of these plates is a pparnt to .eVef'y one. lioss
1.4 the only paient easie witLh tyhich- there -i
gafen a written warrant. of which the fol~iin
See that you get, . .....te with enefh.ca4
Ask your jeweler for illutstrated catalogue.
Fresh Drugs and Medicines..
(1 ASTOR -'IL, Bltestone. Borax, Cay
\..enne Pepper, Laetooeptine, Bati
&Sponges, - oughByrnps. Soothng, !- yrups
Bay Unit, Perfumery, Cinehonid in, Qui
nine. Tutta'. Gildler's an I ,Strt.ng's Pillir
Essence Ginger, Cltpsirie Plasters,
Onioin tetq Prepared Cbcos, Canftara
teed. Guht P ,wder 'Tea, Hyson Tea, l ow
diered Bhaok Pepper, Machine Oil, &c. Jus
kfoMA STE!I, BINICE &KETCHIN.
N ew Storeo S
TNaddition fo my .Grocery oft the corn
.L er I have opened a Fan'cy Grey in
amy old stand., one door south of ncit 4
Bvh., wher'e 1 keep a full soleation of <~
things for Christmas times, such~ as iFou:
Krant. Dolegua Sausage, Breakfasit Strips
[ Onaons. A ppes, Oranges, Cocoanuts, 1Ba
nanas, Cabbage, Irn h Potatoes. etc., ete
Uall at Headqualrie, on the cother
and buy your BrandIegr, Bums, Liquori
and Wines, of whieh I keep a full seleo
tion. Forty barrels 'of theen. goods 01
hands W.H OLY,
ded 4 On thme Coiner.
,l OTICE is hereby gien to owners o
Real Estate wit lis. the Oorporat
SilmitS of the town of Winnsboro the
th p aveide~ta In froh6 of such propert;
must ba put in good conitibw withli
. shifty d ys from thiif d1o, If 60t as
tendled to stithin that time, the Tfowl
Concil n i prneed to fix the same, an:
the cost thereof *ill be ftdded- to th
c*EORtGIA S'TOYE MOtIN4TAfl
S f.o.Haefichk 'd AWillfad'
SolO Awents fot Winbora nt. tB
- iyou WAPI a reli jood ' ble t-ite
proper value. Their price*are low,
considering the quality of thbir goods.
They have a spleidid -stock of Gold
and Silver Watches, Plain isd Fancy
ihnigs, Studs and Sleeve BUtions, Gold
and Rolled-Plated Sets? Sjlver and
Platedware, Pocket and Table Knives,
Gold Pens and Pencils.
A large assortment of Glassware,
Lamp Goods, Toilet Sets, Vasos,
Clocks, (warranted good time-keep
ers), Spectacles and Eye-Glasses to
suit all ages, Safety LampiBurners,
Machine Needles, Violins, Violin
TAKE. -NO TC
lIANCOCEK AND ENGLISII
THE BESk .
FIVE CENT CIGARS
F. W. HIAJIENICH T'S
- - o :- --
UTEhave now in store the ragest
TV-stock ever piurebassa. y us,
and whbieli will-be disposetl ofat lowv
prioes. . -
Shoes, Groceries, Bridl~g
Saddles. Harne~ss; Red Leather
lIariress Leat*her &ce
We aib not giten tn "BLOWING,"
btit enii trutbrully say wve ar ofer
ing solid bargains; and will be glad
to see yod.
- sep 2d0. d.htflbORTES.
ALWAYS ON HAND I
Tihe *ery best NORFOLk OYSTERS.
three imes a wyeek, at
F. W; HIABE~iHT'S.
Best Salt Water FRESH FISH, all the
3fear rd~id, and always wartarited to be
good, at .
-F; W. HABENICH''.
To arrive this webk one barrol Old 1%C3
NATRAN1'Id OABINET WIHISKEY, (gen
-F. W; iABE~fidil S.
Ptr N. Soume of same, very oed; in tok.
tHILADELPHIA LAGER NE in
66e-half Pint Blottles, for -Family ,use,
very low, a6
WAGON8 I WAGON#1
FOR TILk .'EOPLS;
NEt OAR L.OAD OF THNE FAMOUS
OlFE 6AN LUA6 Ok 'fHiE RELL BL1
WN WILL NOT -BE URDERSO ,D
rFor sale by
~~~~. Do~6 n~asi'6se.
A~~s. ldgPON,'S. O0
GOODS GIVEN AWAY!
WE,tthe undersigned, ainnounee to
the public that we have just re
ceived a new lot of
LADIES' AND GENfS'
BOOTS AND S11OES,
TRUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
Whihll we will sell at the lowest; and
in addition to the low prices we give
to every purchaser of $5.01 an extra
FIFTY CENTS WORTH OF GOODS,
And to every purchaser-of $10, an ex
tra present of
-ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH.
JUST R ECEIVE.D.
A new lot of Three-Buttoned Kid
Gloves. only 50 cents, real Alexander
Kid Gloves, $1.00-worth $1.25.
aLCAE4i CaCA x il
ALL KINDS AND STYLES.
A call for inspection Is cordially iii
vited, and satisfaction guaranteed in
P. LANDECKER1 & BRO.
- LUDJEN & BA.ES'
TIIE M(USIC HOUSE OF T HE SOUT H
BEIKOVAL TO OUR
N~ew Douible Stdre
,All Immense Musie Temple.
'fwo lai-ge stores; each 30) feet front ali
four stories high,; fronting on threo atreeh
andi filled from collar to loft with musica
sul~ plies. Nothing to compare with it it
the Southern States.
A BIG MTORZE,
A BIG S1'O00E,
A BIG TRA.D11
Durin:a the ten years aled our estab
lishment of our house we have developt<
the i nne trade of tho South to a won
derful ( egree, but as yeot we have only be
gun. Wegee, not mahy years ahiesd,
busien f amillion a . ear. arid to tak(
care of this enhimuous trado wb have pro.
tided our present mammoth warerooms,
Fall trade 18H' will be immn-nso. We ar<
ready for it. For months by1r senior part
ner has been at the North coustractfrrs
with Piatid and Organ manufacturers lot
inb.rushents. lie has concluded mos1
advantageous contracts, and the P'iano,
and Organs are "coming, comin g" 10 9.Of
more, by avery steafner. New, St. ,les. Neu
Prices, Neiv Terins,Ncw Store, 'New 1be
SPECIAL OF~'ER, FALL 1880.
Cash prices with three Months credit.
DutngmonhsofA"" Sept. anid Oct
w.- wll nll Panosa Orgqins at L~ws1
OasuI Pruoss, payable ,...$ (ah on a Pi.
anio or $10 Gash on an Organ. uith th<
balanoa in three r*'onths, wl r1OUJT INTER.
WHEAT DO 't0b SAY TO THIS.01i'PEII!
Write for Illustrated Catalogues eni
New Price Lists for Fall If b0 d pr e
pare to be astonished.
LIJDDEN & BATES'
WVhoiesale Piai and Organ healers
T fu ridesie begs feave (o say
Atb the ptfbile that he is now run
nitig a flrsl-class . lhavig 8aloofa ii
isvery respect. None bit comn peten
and export workmen are- em oved
and thlow! Nft' will favor tis wit t'hell
custoivr ate gulritl'e~Od satisfactin
boine i' the latest and n~atost .styi6
Don't feirges tgi gli And gI~e me
trial, A'd Il iiplease you.
Opposie J.', McCA LL,.
Opo Delr.- Alken's Drug Stol'
- E BEG leave to inform our ousamuera
Y lately'disposed of ouiGrocory: Depi
room for our
Which are now in store, and have been n
cannot enumerate the iarious kinAR and st.)
r.:aLnme our stopk, and we shall endeavor to
CLOTHIING, H -ATS AND GE.
Tie department has been extended, and
Our Troy City Perfect. Pitting Crown Shirt
lauadried made to order if desired.
* BAY STATE STANDAI
Are our speoialty, and to thoe'twho have
thoeR who are yet strangers to the durabilit
to call and buy your winter supply, Ora air
You will not have to come often-they are
ZEIGLER BUOTHERS' Gente', Ladies',
your S oo W'l and save money by buying
Y STOCK oi Furnituire, which will
est aecoltdinga to quality and 11o1
Remember thait. all my goods are wnrraa
Furntiture elsewhere, thuen cole to the I
best selectiona ald v1111 buy cheaper. Be
wavy. lythewood, White Oak, Woodwi
and York. This is a recomitieati o
A iiew sitpply o \Yindow Sliades. \Vj
Flraines, Chjiromtios, I at Itneks, aid Book
Tile lairgest supply ot Tin Chatuber Se
ber Suits. Call lad see lietni. A new i
aniv. Don't Bu Machine interelv beci
it find likes it. 'Heinember hnit. m'lost of
putllI haive but little meril. The on1e N
thne and vexation, is noiseless, u'a
it. Remember the Gold Medal was awt
over eighty comapelitors. I call rfer y
always given el it-( st isihc(ion. Reim
Sash Fatlctory. All orders entristed to i
the lowest pice 4. Furnaitulre neatly rep
prepared to it ake to order. Lumbel1or u6am
ing Machine Needles and at taclhniealts a
te. Don't failI to call bf wo pulrchatsinial
JF YOU WANT
ANYTHING IN TiIS
CAL L AND GET THE BEST AT
F!. WV. H AB E ICHTS.
ECGTCH WHICEY PUNOHES,
- -A T
F. W. HIABENICHIT'S.
JAMAIOA RUM PUNGHEB,
F. WV. IIABENIClIT'S.
TOYI AND JEIRRIES,
MADE OF Til E BEST IMPORTED LI
f. W. HIABENlIIRT'S.
H lE "DON CAR LO,'
&BET TEN CENTS CIGAR FOR TIlF.
MO N X
F. W. IIA D.NICHT's.
T HE P EOPIt'S
r HIS11 is an association of business men,
..who, for ,their ouitu4~ pr'eoeti.',
contribute tow" arde a fund, so a.
In oea of death, their families may re
celie Hfni $2.ti00 to 85,0'"", accordin to
amiot'mt of cetificate. This is .bri o'f' he
best plane of life itnsurtdice. You pay nie
yon~go, just like fire intsuranoo, and with
more convenienovl) ase you pay by
email initalmejitsa dullzg-. the year. We
refer, to' those beat acquainted with us,
'.iz': rriembers in Fairfield:- G. H. Mo.b
\t aeter, Jas. A . Brioc; Joe B. -Davis, Di
R. Fienniken, B, 8ugenheier, J. W.
McJreIg~j .-Jnio. J. Neil, Thoma L: JohnW
son. J. !~odining, R. B Haian ,- B.
Means vYaie Jas. Q. DavIf Ap one
that abould like t bena io wl
applf to . . Q,. p 4p~
and the public geneally,- thkV we lian
artment for the purpose of iaking m'or,
D 0 2D s,
iarked at prices to induce quick salts. We
les. but cordiAlly invite all to call and'ex%
make it the interest of all to purehase.
WTS' 'FURNISLUNG GOOD.
we guarantee prices as low as the lowest.
cannot be surpassed. spaldried or.u.
ID SdREWED SHOES
tried them we need not ndad words. To
y of this honestly made Shoo, we'ask you
gle pair only, it yon prefer trying them.
acknowledgel by many .to outwear any
Mlisses', and Infants' Fine Shoes. Iteduce
hA beet. RemomboT the. place
M. BEATY & Co.,
ON T HE COltNEIR.
be the largest, handsonest Mhd cheajf
ted to ho ias; ropresentedt Pf ico'voui'
irMt-class store where yolt Will laav'e the
ll in mind that I ship goods to Ridge
rd's, Blackstock, and as ie.--as. Chester
r the quali y a1d )rie (t' my goods.
tIl Pockets riackets, Mirrors, Picture
Shelves, icaper limn the ecapest.
ts, anade to match Cottage an1id (ham
Iiupply (W 1'ewing Mclucinu. (s good as
use your motlier or your neighbor has
the iamchines that are lost, lia rgely
ou want is the otie that will save you
a light. ni will last a long ie. I have
rded () one of the Machiaes I represent
u to inany tlhat are ushig it, and It hia
mhller titai I ain aigent for 'a Door iad
lie will have protuipt attention and at
aibrtd at. nioderate plees. I am also
I Shingles for sle at small profits. SewP
ad palr.t s of Machinies cal be h1and through
elsewhere. i. W. PIlLIPS. - -
WORTH O]f GOD
TO BE SOLD AT
VERY SlYAEE EROFINt8 -
NO cige hcessma tisb ba
our business, for tihe reasozi tit t kdre
gaining gr-ound Instead of idhiig, and
if this good t'ado of odd continues,
the baIt ti'dsfi oilt' Iill becorihe so'
tainted withs skippers, that the parties'
holdinN the lne will be mel #fth the
sad isherman's luck;
We extend iE doi'daIa hivitatt'nd
onie anid all to call and see ry'
SUOGENHE MT.R 5& ORO~aSJilEL
ALL persons who bought stock
from tne )astapring,bni time whoe
notes are due first, October, will
please be prepareal to meet thci:m. as
Pfull pnoh ilbe required.
Prond beMihnt will only enable'
me toi abb6ommodate them zlet
beliveed4 m~ y 8 4 6 .p
street, located one i n