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TOWN AND COUNTY.
TUES(1Y., Doetaber 14 1880.
T opiM OF TlNE NV8'AND Hyml)nL.
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Wi.isboro, S. C.
R noAn SciUUJ.ss.-The trains
oin the Charlotte, Colunbia & Augusta
RIaillroid reach Winnsboro as follows:
Day passeniger. northward, 1.28 p. i.;
soufthward, 6.10 p. m. , Night passei
ger, northward, 12.16 a. Im. souli
ward, 3.69 p. im. Day ftreight, urlh
ward 8.65 a. im.; southward, 12.40
p. i. Night freight, northward. 2.38
a. mi.; southward, 10.85 pi. mn.-ThIs
schedle is oil the basis of Washhiig
toll time, which is abolt fifteen minutes
ahead ol' Winnsboro time.
For Sale-R1. A. Buchanan, Execu
Messrs. P. Lancdecker & Bro. have
just received a fine lot of Florida or
alngo. at five. cents i piece.
110("s -.\ droeI of ho.rs (m111110 into
town oil "M mday, alld coneqIeItly
the web-omei buIt not Very mlellitlnous
tones of swine were lieird on our
Streets. The w ceaitlhe'r' is In firSt-rate
<fi . Imfrog-kiil. anl mn
Were redlast nliuht u% ichll visionsA ol,
spare-ribs ad sausaiges.
ia t ~ "wi. til wk 1oni ll' --od
i ~ ~ ~ ~ t % ; e - :w.0 1 h 4 e l i lley . W
btL. n- i) 4: ma iml, "i ve t he d vi l
S ."ai well in t et to th'
i- vvii rm,(c' too olh -r mll' 1 .1 .
- 1 b r In-; Is.h- ) liue t sub
li .eN lt.ii iieial. fsti t 1 a on t still
per on Wednesday, Oh 2:M inst., I'mr
Vie purpose of repiroing their church
hv rearhedsty polit tassst a~ ne of
minbers of ther cheheit wando the
publice in gra. ofrtce canribtede
bdly dobmrts -s ote mrgof thes
to W)1-:c0 .-n Saturdayo m'iorn fing,
whe'on the nrtern-houieacind eitrain
had rcuti he ad oie aol tiw' meles
nth iof wthi le. it was m ona
wrefeck.gt of theg51) ear te
cadly daaglld-ss 1of them. o
much ht theytr hd ts bei kno~cedh
tonpics hoin eord to remve themo
Ca)ro the tr. Thanccident onte
inpoct on u' the ad bed, and the lc
woecrkc of roing se of the
carsi idiaoal waos tne-dt aFor
iul atno oniht.as seriuly hurt.;
a te) tieiws consi deay foright
enea hes ai rportend to have1 been
gossehd toe be a froe siouido the
uabtl taheother.~ (a H ains were n-h
spl o oon afe i'tughe amdage
beg'n, anod twas conieda th arsa
passnge rains~lhI leredeilte fottov
eral h ourd adi pases a1' c nd ag '
wOrk to othe tra in~s.-I as notie.
untihl Saahy ltha ic-a uinsIh were an
Ci.led i t(run 5thrl'iough.a The damagCe(
hasiiiiikiii notbe neincted, bt ite is
(t'hugt0 n th e prguit oas thufels
fere pr inc it . lide it coton.Th
Raila accideantg a'relesuiger
fullybug toomm on h1 li~s.aw
A'~~t' ai-me UtsFaii OF iits.-A cof has
to an tremi p'apo anis hMieinul
ias dliscovered ahI nwuse, ort lt perhap.s
wIeishuld slflay t t re-applicaio flns
olde, thr lhe c'at, ieo of' tuht six
cat ltoi c'th ulire'ls nil h osccd
ed in) ( " 'h' maig i Dv motiefitveC4 henit
the sk iilli f ) th iydog iiiof inal tr'5 ni1!,
tfg' etectg arot climb i' ees.hi t oe
caiiti andheiuts o' te Magine b hint
erhexcels in l'epitig aferie sqirrel'
fro hbonghl a ii ir i ' to bog, h ost always
cap euring its1dwl qurro w ihii t has
been tagh to ig osi'. tle duiful i o 0
ist mater whisli e of c lie' ~at.ll li'
pobabe undtmiihi to modernbu f te,
wateert mof t ve bein thlle pra ie'tI
with cntry thloer, is n e'laboraty
diertation are thkel t. whor ftheun-i
gVnln 'iteoldniwrier boyhlod nihi
groat comphencyi uo the flan. ibei
then cat l"show sely 'h-ie hea ver
1hyinguelgt ofi) hilm,"and Lad
da Te~lar,'andL hab22 retemnt,
TillS *DNRAL CAPITALn
@etlig: of the Bolons-James L. Pugh
Hayes' Message--The Repubican Aggree.
Seln and Damnoeratt Opportunity.
Uvrresponltence Ohronicle & Consitttonallst.
WAsHilNGTON, December 7.-In the
history of the United 8tates, and the
memory of men,. i-o session of Con
gress went out so quietly as the last.
This, the closing sessioi of the Fority
sixth Coligress, starts with the shadow
of its predecessot' upon it At high
Ioon on yesterday the Senate and
11ouse catne to order. There was no
crowd. no excitement. ,The Deumo
eratic side in both brancles manide pro
tert in subdued couitenances of the
late severe and fittal delfeat, while on
lie opposite Oslo mnen heemed to stare
and wonider it. the quiuck and alarinhig
chan ge made upon the political chequemr
Thle galleries in eac11-11 rach were
sparsely tilled with curious slpectators,
mid along the corridlors betweon tl.e
6enate ini .llouse linlger-ed tld wall
dered a lot of idle people of both
After roll call in the Senate, Ala
I..a contributed to -the Nationiai
Council a broad and conser'vative
stuteslmuan in tile pirson of Jiunes L.
Pugh, the brailiest, 11111 11 i her boilders
mad tile peer of any and all or those
who Weiar the Sni cril toga.
The House attempted to put. In some
work in th. shnapo of bills and111 resolu
tiolns while waiting for the mtlessago of
M r. Haves. Wheni it Came110 at last, an1d
lie reading clerks land droned through
two hours of poiitical platitudes to
dull ears, an adjournment, was had.
Tie message was ch.airacterilstic of
its au1thor-dull, passive and negativo
- tivo patssages only elicited remark or
Comment, the 0110 Ilapping out the'.
future legislatlioll ill regard to the l
represenitation of tile Souti ii distriutge
where here Is a preponderance ofi
legro Votes, itid tlt ot lier to co. fer
upon Gem ral G. rant the title. a.-,
elmohne ntllis 1111d hollors wIcihi S all
hias long ?ll -inlee Coifeired npon 11.0 .ov
cr1or o' Cubla, thi best aInd richest of
It is givni out by tihe servants of thle
peop)3letha there will be a busy ses
.'11lo, emiabrulacing the llecessllrv 'ppro
iat ioins bills, aid such imleastires of
tiancial ani1d political econoilly as the
conia~ ry most neesit pres-ent.
I. boh ti parties it is asserte(d with
lreat IIb 'ati'ml that there whi be ito
ext in se-S 1061, Itaid I-ally leitheL' the
on. .1-1r the wtler desires- it, but oneo
11,1.1hi as well nCIlueinyt CoU )rogneto iliCaite
as r. I v weltler on the ll o Marc'
n0xt i s to try to etst the pui tical
h T-Oc -pe tre llo)ItlS ienice In i
Id I I ll, a111011i. I1 heated political istus
,was sp1trig Iyain the. louse by.
. e ,* o ke up I-s r'esutioi
:t 11m 0 hcOU ing of1 ile elet
0: V . It was ILk u'nt eils..
--* 'w o '. i l s Ii nta alion.
- cinganil as~lsinnled tale
- t t ui er tielibera )Ia
ai; ik rtwo decision. Who manl tell,
wih a i tjoity s111111arting uller de0-l
fu, it d a minority crowned wit
victory and only waiting tbr tIle grasp
of* powevr, lit what momentit a debate
nia..y ...t b sprung wic..h il.- electrify
the icouniitry, maiuke nlCesslary an extra
s '-s11on, aLlii)Cprhaps turnl the tide from
t~Ie victor's to the vanlquishled. As it
w-ls, 11. is'ery plnlisinlg fight was
o) ly broutght to a close by a tuneirai,.
Alrt. fiiggs, otf New Ham'ipsh~ire', hay
gi vained the floor1 and~ cantwhit tile
speakIer's eye to an,nce the &eath of
hlis co1 lZlu. Mr. Farrl'l.
Thew Demuoctrats haive aln opportunity
thatwhsiould not be lost. 1t thecy will
devote themci clv'es to legitimaiate busi8
llo8s, dIisplay ai hibelity ini keepinlg
wath the wanits andl demands of a great
andit gr'oi inlg coun ltryb avoidl factions
debates~b, and11 ' brig to bearl s~ttesman1
siil m~oreC cathic thanit. here1'tofore, it
is wilthlini easy r'anlge tht ther' may1 re
pa11 ir same of' thle d isaster's Ill' he past5,
and1( pelthaps) reco)ver te Il1ouse1 at thle
lIxN ICon1ligre.ssionlal Lee~t~onI. As yet,
nao plan lhas beeni 41( aidiu. It taikes
consuunn1111al l ie. ai dgenerahshi p to
reCfl'rh i arutldl ariny13, antd br'itg it. to
the tl)Ilt njalin, ready, illhig, anud
able1 to -grle! wvitht a resoltet and
WXhenu Mr. Garlfild (come1s ini we areI
prom)11ised a rtunto th ii1le old1 time11 style
hats only been equalled by its utterly
low audi conlteiniptible umlignit.v, has
passed0( into othe and1 eut videnltly belter'
huands. It appeared'l.5 on yesterday ill a
niew. anid hanild%(ome dh'ess, andi he 'every'
deparltmenlt therel was1l prtoof of wvork
lnt done by prlentice hanu~ds. It prom~li
18ses to be bold., aggreCssive andl able,
a,1u1 thriowhi down the irtuantlet to the
P'ost for effor)lt beyotu ~that, which has
mallde it at wonuider of Journallluisml ini this
commun11 ait 1.
A Sto EvrcyroIa-'-A Dnblinl dis
paltch to the New York Ilefrul, dauted
.Decemnber 8, says: A sad amth dr'amr
atios evictlin took place ini counlty
Wicklow 11-day. Anl old mlan naml~e'd
Arthur kavamigh, in feeble health,
who laid a ca~bmu onl thel properlty of
Etarl lt'i ttwillhunI, haid flleni lehin'd in
hsis lent. A d2cree't of' Oeecmtlll was
obtainued by the1 eari' att the last WVitks
low Sessonis. ils gamnekedpei-, with
two lliiffy, wvent to execute the die
cr1ce tins aufernoon01. Thevi hind to carly
Katvanagha out of the hon)11e, anid as he
was (rossing (lie threshfid O~f his cabin
the poor1 ol mrani gave onte gasp anld
died in the gamlekeepe's arms. is
body was laid by the r'Ondsle. Ovel'
lit fhr hiours sat his oll~ nlirnleT; I
ganuiddauighteir. Katv~ainagh was form
ely Iln a good posltionl. lie 1had( been
pre'vious1iv .t earride' betweoen Dublini
and Willow. lHe had boeen una~bile
I to) wor~k thr twoi years, atnd was bed
ridden for' sotna time.
ThidVt kcto~W Whant to do wvith thelir
ex-Pslesiets ini Mexico. Ex-irresi
dcini Diaz, hats been3 talkenl ittif IFrosi
M Al RRIED-)-On flhe 25th ft Novem
ber' last, by the~ itev. W. Hi. Hartin,- it
he residelftle Of the br'ide's fat her, Mr.
Ri(1nt'UT STtiwalt' to Mliss II.vrfm
aumn~x. All of' Fiild.
I "l1E dwo lIng lianno ant let, in thle
I town of'\'Viansboro, belonging to'
he0 r-State of' 0. 'Vood.1ard, deceasied.
V 11 bjo solh1 to the higheat; biddeor on the
irat, .1.onday in Jantuary, 1881. Th'le fur
nitairc, etc.,' inu the above hoine will be
'oldi on 28th~ inst,,, at pubheloutoty
dec 14.tid ~ Exeautor4
rP11HE dwelling on Zion street. now 00.
;upied by Mr. James Q, Davip.
P"ossession given January 1, 18-. Appl
to B. bUGENH EIE.
Hurah or our Hous
OH, YES 1 OH, YES
r1HE ST ONE MOUNTAIN CORN W"IS
Ii KEY has come an I is Ut:11 comvin
If yo1t wnnt 400r1 u hiskey an'!o
CLEKDlNIX(PN, If 1)USE,
next -iour to W. W. m.tv & (n ': . I:.s
the bes4t o 'e vrting.''I' . b-' Noi t-3
Whli s key. The be 1t 'on Cnis -
The 1) Ht Vivo Cents Segatr. Anli, tboc
nil thting, the best iit Dinner for 40 centb.
Atil if yon como1 into town betweoon 1
tind 1 o'cock, and tre h ungry, call a
(lendininlg's for a drittic. and Ie will Net
np a fro liunh for yol. Cionditning
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
COLUMTU k NOTEL
nov 25-tx3in PROPAIIETOR.
fITE FOLLOWING GOODS WILL
For the reason that they have this day
becii sligh:Iy daiiaged.
1 Piece Black (ashmere worth $1.00 at
1 Piece Black Cashmere worth 85cents
at 60 cents.
1 Piece .Brown Cashmere Worth 70
ccnts at 45 cents.
These pies arc a great deal less
thani we pnid f'or temn and are HION
McMASTER, BRIE & KETCHJIN.
A NEW KiND OF WATCil CASE.
New hecause l is only within the last few
years that, it has been improve'd and1 brought
within the reach of every one0: 01ld in prin3cii'
becaus''the 11rst inv'ntInn w:'' mn.&d 3t3 't
'lico, are,* Ut :t r o' yne-d as .'w. Ist :t. :'r
d 3eds o j .'j' p- canit-lo P n aI Ur.r ',
. tU F- mt.t) 19 ..Mty '2.i.
I ha~ve at ett,4 .0 rw who e('ii.i lrme of lir~S
Patlfnt. C.''s ilieen y3' t'U t d ilotnew i tw<V
Years I b:'fot C he' got. II, ami 1' no~w ap ~-m goo
tot' ten years Iontig'. it. E OLNE'Y.
Ittieemb: r tht. J'as. ilss' is t.an only' patenIm
case made of t wo p:nites ni solit rol (onue ot
side and one inside) coverting every partt ex
posed t~o wea or sighit. Trh' great, advantagi
of t-hese plates is appareitt to every one. hoes
b tuhe only patent case with which there i:
glien a written wvarrant. or which the followini
is a fac-sitalie:
m tfurt'eotque~ CMt
b a,utuWM Anst mrascu
See thatyou ge,.... t. -e with enc11*cas
Ask your Jedeiur for illustrated entalogue,
Fla'esh Drtigs atid Medicinae.
(1AS'l'OR~ --IL, Bidstone. Borax, Cay
A. aene Popper, Lacto epts~ne, Buti
Sponges, ough Syrups. Hoothin a .y - i s
Bay Rnm, Perfurnery. Ci nchoni d ia, Qi
nine. Tutts'. Gilder's an 8'r..ng's Iila
Essence Ginger, Capsine Plasters:
Ooton Sete Prepared Cocoa, r'anary
Reed. Guti P..wder TIea, Ug~son Tca, ? ow.
dered Black Pop per, Machine Oil, &c. Jusl
Mo'd 'STF.R, DRIGE A 1(ETCHIN.
1Wew Stose I
TN addition to moy Grocery on the corn
.L ur, Ilhave open ed a Ftncy Grocery it
my old standc. one dodi'.Uonth of Bleaty I
Bro. wheci-e I keep at fulluet 8003 on of nio,
'ings fo)r Christmas tih'e. ech as '-on:
Krant Bologna Hausage. Bioa!<ft~ Strips
Onins.\ppesOranges, Cocojttuuta, Ba
nana, a~ageIr' h Potatoes. etc., etl
Call at H~eadquarters. on the eorner
and huv' tour Bran lies, RnotR, tfquor
an-t Wfne, of whldh I keep A full ttee
tion. Forty bdrrels of,thee Adar 61
hen'd.- W. II. .00NLY.
-deo 4 On the ('ntner.
At F. %V. iabenichf/se And A. Williford's
Sole Ahenta for WInnabwt'i iAov Im
Colnof & Chan lers
F you wpit a real good art Ole at its
proper value. Thoir prices are low,
conasidering the quality of the r goods.
They have a splendid stock of Gold
and Silver Watches, Plain at d iancy
1ing, Studs antd .-leeve Butti ns, Gold
itand ilolled-Plated Sets, Si ver and
Ilatedware, Pocket and Tubl Kntiver,
Gold Pons and Peneils.
A large assortment of G01ssware,
Lamp Goods, Toilet Sets,i Vases,
Clocks. (warranted good thile-keep
ers), Spectacles and Eye-Glasses to
suit all ages, Safet.y Lamnp-1urters,
Machie Needles, Violins, Violin
Strings, etc. etc.
llulCOK AND I \1 AdSl
8 i 1 I 1 1 B
FIVE CENT CIGARS
F. W. IIADENICHT'S
'- : 0: -
V2 hav. flow in store the laigest
stock ever purchased by us,
and whlich will be disp~osed of at low
Shtoes, Groceries. Briidled.
Saudles. Hatrness, Red Leather,
Ha;thess Len+hoi' &c.
We re niot given to "BLOWING,"
but can t rutihiliy any (9 hi offer
in~g solid bargains, and will be glad
to see yotu.
sept 2 . G*. DESPORTES.
ALWVAYS ON HAID I
The very best NORFOLJK OYSTz~nS,
tilee thes a week, at
F. W. HJABENI('HT's
Best Salt Water FR E81I Fisill dli the
year rdud d, ahdl atwatys warranted to 'bo
F. W HAlBENICII'is.
To ai-rive this weekc ohai barrol old 1-63
NAT HAN'S CABINEI j ilIaKEY, (g.-n
iV. S. Somne of sarne, very old; in stook.
PHILADELPHIA LAGER NEER Ina
one-half Pivit Bottles, for Fatmily use,
very low, at
F. W. HAL-ENICH1''.
Po1s TIE PEOPLE.
UNE CAR 1JOADi bF THlE FAMU'US
IONE OAll idAD) OF TIin, RltiABLE,
WE WILL NOT lIE UNDERISOLD.
Por sale by
,.Wifinsbow6, b. 0;
EI8. DE&PORTE 3 * C9.,.
. Rldge*ay, 010
GOODS GIVEN AWAY!
the undersigned, announce to
the public that we have Just re
ceived a new lot of
LADIES' AND GENTS'
BOOTS AND S1IOES,
.I'RUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
Which we will sell at the lowest; and
iI additionI to the low prices we give
to every urchaser of $5.00 an extra
FIFTY CENT8 WORTH OF GOODS,
And to every purchaser'of $10, an ex
tra present of
.ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH.
A new lot of Thiec-Buttoned Kid
Gloves, only 50 cents, real Alexander
Kid Gloves, $1.00-worth $1.2b.
Oa C E 0 1 0:C A 0 A A
ALL KINDS AND STYLES.
A call for hi.pection is cordially in
vited, and satistaction acnarantced li
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
LUDDEN & BATES)
^i1E MIUhIC HOUSROF TH E 801 T
REMOVAL TO OUR
Neow Dolube store
An TImiitsei8 Music Temple.
wo large stores, each 30 feet front a '
1. storie*H bif-, fronting on thre-e stre
w.- filled from celir to loft with nmust
l' Plies. Nothaing~ to compare with it ir
ta. Southern Statces.
A RIG STOREi
:A BIG0 TRADE,
A'ND MOR TO OCMS.
During t'.ie ten yehi-H since onr estab
lishment of our honse we have developed
the lmusin trnde of the South t03 a won.
dorful dlegree, but as yet we huavsi bnly be.
gun. Wcareo, not many years ahead,
business of it million a car. and to take
cnre of this eomocus tradh we have pro.
vided on. riesent mamrhoth) arbrom.
Fall trade 1840 will be immense. We are
ready for. it; For months our aenior part
nor has bedl at the North dnontractin
wvith Piano and Organ maul'iabthiew fri
ins rumenta. lie has conclnded nmost
ad vantageone contracets. end the Pianoi
and Organs ai-l "comning, comning" 10',(l0t
in(Ire. by ov ely steamer. New~ Styl. Reft
Prices. 'Now Terms, Nen. Store, New De.
SPECIAL OFFERi, 'ALL 1880;
CUane piles with three Months oredit.
During mofuths of An.' Sept. and Oct,
w will sell Pianos in a Organs at Lowi
O)AHN Pnacexs, payable 04 Uansit on. a ,Pr.
ano or $.tI) .Adh on an Organ. with ,the
1Ma!nor~ in three months, WiriloUT uNTER
W HA T DO YOU1 8AY N' TiSi OFFER1
Write for Illustrated (chilogoes and
New Price Lists for Fall 1860 and pro
pare t-> be astouished~
LUbI)PN & BATES1
Whlolesale Piano and Organ Dealer's
'V HE unadersigneud begs lente to ssy
to the publi6 thit ho is nowv ru .
niir a fist-clds8 Shaating Saloowi Iii
every rospeOet. None but tomflentn
and ekpeOrt ivoi'knien id~ emlilo -ed,
and those who will favor uts with tit
blistom are guaf'anteed satisfactidn,
.Done In then intst andi neate'at t0y16.
Don't forget to calf and give me
trial; iund I will pipnae yoit.
.. J. M, McCALTj,
Opposite Dr. Aikena'8 Ihrig Stoi-o;
AT T rH E COR
FALL AND W
'W E BEG leave to inform our customers
lately disposed of our Grocery Depa.
room for our
TD X.# 'rC C
Which Are now in store, and iavo been mi
eannot enumerato the % nrinna kidnIst nnis styl
amine onr tock, and we sball endlAavnr to r
CLOTHING, 1A Ts AND GWl
This department ham been extended, and
Our 'roy City eerfect Fitting Crown Shirt
laudried made to order if desired.
BAY STATE STANDAE
' Are our specialty, and to thoqs who have t
those wbo areyet strangers to the durability
ton call and buy your winter 4upply, ora sing
You will not huve to come often-they are j
ZEIGLER BROTHEnS' Gents', Ladies', 3
your S oo bill and save money by buying t]
Y STOCK of Fiurnlture, vhlelh will
a iet according to quality, and for I
Remember that all my goods ar'e warrati
Furniture elsewliere, theni como to the II1
best. selection and enn hu1 cheaper. Ben
wav. Blewood, Whie' Oak, Woodwai
and trk. This is ia r(colonetiditloll of
A new supply of Window Shades. Wal
Frames, Chromos, flat Reks, and Book
The largest supply of' Tinl Chamber Set
ber Suits. all and see then. A new si
aiv. Don't Buy a Machiie merely becat
It and likes it. Rem:ember that most of 1
putiled have but little merit. The one vc
(ime and vexation, is noiselCs, ri'1111
It. Remember the Gold Medal was awai
over eighty competitors. I can reler vot
alwaiys gi'en ent ire satisf'tction. Reinel
Sash Factory. All orders entrusted to n
the lowest priews FurnIi ture neatly repi
pIeparCd tu iake to order. Lumir and
ing Maclihicn Needles aid attachlinents an
me. Don't fitil to 4all hf'-ro plurchaisinig
IF OU WANT
ANYTHING IN THE
CALL AND~ GE~T THE BEIST AT
JF. W. HI1 B ESVICH.T'S.
SCQOH WHUIEEY PUNCHEB,
JAMAIQA RUM PUNQHESb
troH AND JTERDIES,
MADE OF" TNE BT Ii'ORTMD) iI
F. W. HABENICIRT'S.
THlE "DON CARtEO/
E BET TEN CENTS CIGAR~ FOR TIlE
ho+ 1id F. W. H..DENICINT'8.
r 131.8 isl ai isdociatitt b biusiness men,
.. 'who, for their mutu l i-oteotIon.
oontribuizte 4owards a. fifn ; so ax
in eoat of death. thlf~ fifi'llas mriy re
- civo, from $2.,0 to $5;0'ii., fcotain gto
IIamount of c'ertieiate; Tids is one of the
best. plans jof lie oInsiirnne. You ayas
yeu go, just like flue izmrance, en dwith
miore conteniencoe vn, as you pay b
small linstaltdeft during the year. W
refer tob tIiae best acqnainted with n*;
viz : uembers in Fi rlold: 0 . ;1. e1.
SIt~ise, Jan. A Brice, Jno B. Davie, D.
Ri. Plenniken, B. tau enheimnen J. W.
MoCiiht.- Jno. .7. Ndfl Th 6&4 L. Johli
Meann Davis, Jan.. y laf.Av onle.
that should lik~to bbc neatemb will
apply to ~ OV B0
eat 2 - AO
and the publio generally. that we he
rtment for the purpose of making mor .
irked at priens to induce qniok sal.q. I
es. but corrlilly invi-e all t. alil Ud eg.
auake it the interest of nil to purohnase.
9' FURNLi9fING GO OD.
we guarantee prices am law as the lowest.
iannot be surpassed. Laundried or Un.
M SCREWED SHOES
ried them we need not Pdd words. To
of thl4 honestly uade Shoe. we ask you
e pair only, it yon prefer trying them.
icknowledgel by many to outwear any
1isses', and Infants' Fine Shoes. Iteduo
1A bert. Remember the place
M. BEATY & CO.,
ON THE CO1UNER.
be the ]arrest, handsollest and chen
esign amtI workmantiship unlequallled,
ed to be as represented. Price vout'
est-class store where von wvill have the
r In minld that I ship 'goods to Ridge
d's, Blackstock, and its far as Chester
t lie quality atid price ot my goods.
I Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
Shelves, cheaper than the cheliapest.
E, made to m1atch CotaIg and Chan.
Ipply of Sewing Maichilics as good as
ise your mother or your ieighbor has
he mIchi11es 111111 Ire I ost. largely
in want is the one that. will saiVe you
light 11(d will last a long time. I Iave
ded to onte ot 11th Maicwhinles I rellreselit
i to mn1101% that aire us ilg it, and It has
uiber. 1 tt I 1111 aigeti 1;oI i toor an d
to il have prompt ittention aid at
ired at moderate prics. I ant also
Shiighs Mor sale at s11al profits. Sew.
d parts of ltichintes Cn h) had through
lisewhere. R. V. PIHILLIPS.
WOJR TJ OF GOODS
TO BE SOLD AT
VERY SliYiaL PROJINNa
NO change heessary to le asndsidi
our business; for the reason that No ard
gaining groun'd ihstead 'of iofdhg, andt
if till hood trado of onis 6oniit~iuos;
the balt thrown~ out Will becomno ad
tainteti 'witiu skipboi-s1 that thb jyarties
holding thie Uno ivl be m6e withi tii
isad fish'erman's luck:
WVe extond a dordial lifAL ion to.
01n0 aitd ali to call andi an0 is.
SUGENHEIMim & UitOESCHEIJ.
ALL persons who bought stool
from me last spring on time whose
Dotes are diie first October, will
please be pi'epared to meet them,. as
full pge~ynt will be requiredb
Prom t payment will ontly' enable
me . th 'accomnodate. them next
thellvred atfny St4ble on Cotygrou
Street, located1 one door south of te