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I'OWN AND COUNTY.
TUESDAY, January 18, t I 1 1881.
'Elm OF Tili NEWs AND hERALD.
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nature should be addressed to the
Vinnsioro Publishing Company
WhMnsboro, S. C.
A large drove of Tennesseo hogs
came into town on Monday.
Executors and administrators
would do well to note the change
made by the recent Legislature in the
law requiring annual returns to be
made in the months of January and
February under certain pains and
The railroad schedule changed on
Sunday. The trains now pass Winns
boro as follows: North-bound passen
senger, 11.40 a. in.; south-bound, 6.15
p. in.; north-bound freight'8.38 a. in.;
south-bound, 12.57 p. in. These arri
vals are on the basis of Winnsboro
Eliza Eveleigh, wife of Preston
Eveleigh, colored, died suddenly on
Sunday afternoon. She was passing
the residence of Mr. George W. Craw
ford, and, feeliftig badly, went in and
asked for water. Before it could be
brought shle dropped dead--from dis
ease of the heart.
We regret to learn of the death at
his residence in this county of Mr.
Robert P. Sloan, at the advanced age
of seventy-nine years. He had been
afilictod for some timo with dropsy.
Mr. Sloan wias for many years a con
sistent imetimber of the Associate Re
formed Presbyterian Churchi, and was
highly esteemed by all who knew him.
Messrs. 1H. St. A. O'Neill, John W.
Seigler and Robert 11. Simpson were
taken down to Columbia on Friday
afternoon on the old charge of intimi
dation of voters. Tl-ey had a heari ig
before United States Commissioner
Stoeber on Saturday, wheni Mr. Seig
ler was discharged and Messrs. O'Neill
and Simpson were. bound over to ap
pear for trial in Charleston.
GARFIELD AND TME BLACKS.
What the President-Elect Said to the Col -
TPhe followinig is the tull text of the
remarks of~ Genterail Gairfild to the
delegationl of colored representti ves
fromn Ahabaman, who v'isated him a at
Cleveland, Ohio, on Tuesdbiv
Gentlewn-11a obliged'to v'on for~
yor ongr~atuitlations antd cou riteie.
anid will tnot detaina von nior tm' set,
for~ we are int the hou'se of agenttlemtan
whIo has somte ple~IC~ viitng hiu tthant
we mutlst immiediaitely see-except to
say that I miost cordially conlcur withi
youi int all your eflorts to entlighten and1(
clevato anad strthentl~l your people1.
That is the true ground( of progress
for everybody everyw~there. ou r
friends who st'ood by you ini the davs
of the war and since the war ha'e
always had to meet oni the part of.
their antagonists this thought,: Youl
have thrown upon us a great mnass of
ignoranlt voters, wholly untacquainted
with the wanats of the 1)eopl1 andt~ the
maitagement of affairs, and you hav'e
dlone us a great injustice in compell
ing that class to be our equals in vot
ing. Now, there is sonic force int that.
There is not cne of you that will not
admlit that there is some foe in that
statement. There is a great deal of
force in It. It is a <diflicult thing for
people to get along with that situation.
Itis in youtr hands to take that argu
ment away absolutely-not all at onice,
not in aL day, but to take it away fromt
your.~ children, so that by the Intelli
goatce of your' children in time to come
that reproach will ntot be left aind that
Iaumnent cannaot be miadlo. When that
day comes I do not see any arguumet
that any human belig cana make
tagainst the fair right of all men to
equal prnivileges under the law.'
Now, thaeretfore, (doing all we can at
0on1 end( of~ the line, you should (10 all
you can at y~ouri end( of~ the liac to take
away the last obstacle that confronts
us in adj ustinag thte troublesome quecs
tion which your race atacd its place anid
its late coniditiont have giveni to this
counttry. WVhatover our 1peop)1 can (10
toward helpig you to dio, that I amn
sur~e they will be very glad to do.
Whatevcr I can do to forward that
prrpose05 In geneoral actioai or ltndivid
ual action, I shall be most glad to do.
Bunt don't let anybody get uap the race
fliniig among you to the extent of
saying "We are a separate class that
are goinig t~o have separate privileges
and~ separate rights." As I said on
antothier occasion, don't let antybody
abuase you because you are black, but
dIon't let antybody nor let yourselves
got to feelinag that anybody shtould
prlaise you because you are black, and
certalinly don't bear wriongs because
youI are black. Those are the poinats.
You knowv that brigs us up to the
equality antd liberty of the law. Ocu
tlemien, I ami glad to have maet you.
Tzri NIxx- Govanon.-An Ande-r
soin mianl conltiently ta(tes li. B. I".
Craytona, the p~'rsent State Senator
fr'om thatl countty, will be ouar next
Giovernaor. Mr'. Craytona is a mnan ad1
vanaced int years, and~ stanids high as a
bus518insm antd experniiental farm
or. l15 is no olitician ; anad if lhe is
our naext Govenmor It will be one lIn
stanace in South Car'olina of the "office
seekIng the man." Otto obstacle In
Mr. Cr'aytoni's way is the fact that lhe
lives in t~he up-country, which wvil not
exactly suit thet "IinagY We have
not examtinted hais record atnd do not
know how much catn be said againast
him, but if lie actually runis he will
fIndl out before lie is electedi that the
best of men are not free from inewspa.
- per~ comment. We wish hinm good
luck .-4bbcvWe Medium.
The Debate in Congress on the Indian jil
Xnterrupted by sn Intoxicated Member.
Speclai to the Philadelphia Times.
WASHINGTON, January 11. - Me
call each other liars and scoundrel
with more Impunity on on the floor v
the Jlousg because they cannot be hel
personally accountable there or else
where. 'Thero was nothing of tha
character of the Weaver-Sparks afihi
to-day. Mr. Scales said tilat Mr
Blount said so and so. Mr. Bloujn
said lie did not. Mr. Scales vocifer
ated that lie did, Whereat Mr. Bloun
brought his fist (own upon a deal
with a force that made things riij
again and substantially called Mr
Scales a falsifier. A witty reniar
from a neuber brought both men t<
their senses and broke the timpendint
quarrel in a ripple of laughter. Thi
was nothing. It was the appearanc<
of Mr. Hooker upon the floor in at
exhilarating frame of mind that car
ried the day for actual disgrace. MAr
Hooker is a fluent and graceful speak
er, drunk or sober. To-day Mr
Hooker was drunk. The ritht'to gel
drunk is an inalienable righ-t guaran
teed by the constitution to every
American citizen, and not. forfeited be.
cause of being elected to Congress.
When a member gets intoxicated and
interferes with the dispatch of >ublic
business it is another thing. This was
ti o condition and attitude of Mr.
Ilooker, of Mississippi, to-day, during
the debate on the Indian bill. He felt
well enough at one o'clock to manage
the bill himself. At two lie was flow
ery and persistent. At three he occa
piel tile floor most all the time be
tween drinks, surpassing himself in
rhetoric and confounding the House.
At fouri he was maudlin. lie off'ered
amendments, made speeches, made
points of order, withdrew -amend.
ments, called for divisions and was
wholly beyond expostulation and rid
icule. le movod (town to the foot of
the mini aisle and divided the time
between stepping oni Mr. Chitten
den's toes and giving elaborate in
structions to the chair. In vain the
chair gently evaded him. In vain his
lumihated friends went to him, one
after another, and persuaded him to
withdraw. Hooker was unconscious
of the disgusting spectacle he was
making. lie insisted on beiner heard
on every point and was wholly un
For awhile members were amused.
Then they gathered around him, like
heedless boys about a drunken man in
the streets, and laughed, Such a sight
im the streets is sickening to most peo
plo. On the floor of Congress, as in
this instance, it was doubly disgusting.
This was soon evident on the faces of
members and in a scarcely suppressed
hisq from the galleries. The hilarity
on the floor soon gave way to it pain
ful silence, and various ruses were
adopted to choke Hooker off. It was
not until the committee rose, as it did
while the memaber from Mississippi
was in the midst of a maudlin speech ,
that lie was finally squelched. Then
he staggered back to his Place and
Froni thenice entertained his audience
with occasional whoops and attempts
to assist the reading clerk in calling
the roll. Thie tern frown of Speaker
Raidall had no eflect upon him. It
was the more humiliating and dis
graceful because the subject of all this
is one of the most courteous and ac
comp~lished genatlemen on the fleoor.
Even while making this painful exhi
bition of' himself his language was
chaste, his manner -gracef'ul and his
be'ar.inag hudhicrouishy courteous. The
HoTnse b ,rec w ilh 'himn pat ientiv, al
timh lhe wVas the cautse of exte'dlintg
thIe prioeeuintgs over the enatire day.
C..ww E'U~D ANDXL A BA NDONJD.
'The~ SiiJ,odl,000 in thei reasury Derived
From~ lthe sale of Cotaoni Seized in the
Wasuma-rdk, Janm. 11.-The House
judiciary~ coinnnittee took~ up the bills,
long ini their p~ossessioin, relatlrg to
clamtis for' captured lad abanidoned
cotton. Ther'e arc now lying -in the
Treasur'y thlir'teeni millions of' dollars,
balance of'pr'oceeds of sales of cotton
seizedl ini the South by the United
States army dlurintg the war. Some
years ago the United States Supreme
Court d'ecided that this money does
not legally belong to the United States,
and as it has not been judicially de
termined who are the righitftul owners,
the money is held in the Tr'easurv as a
Lrust fund. These millions are thme
balance remaining after the expilrationl
of' the time withain which suits for r~e.
covery on this accont could be inisti
tuted. Several bills have been Intro
ducedi, from time to time, to removt
the bar and allow claimants to sue iii
thme Court of Claims. Three of thest
bills were conisidlered by the commltte(
yester'day, and a member of the comn.
mittee says othmers amounting to at'
ap parent liability of eighty millier
do liars have been introduced, althouglh
01113 thirteen millhiotns of' dollar's art
held by the Treasur'y on this account
If the latter' sum or any par't of il
should be disbursed under' an act rec
viving thme statute permfitting suits foi
recovery, it is feared that in these dayt
of chieap witnesses and cr'ookcd prac
tices any nmtmber~ of claims could pasi
tihe scrutiniy of the court and th<
Treasury be depleted. It is believer
that all of the unadjudicated elaima
have passed into the hands of specula
tors. Ini the committee the discussiot
was conducted with unusual spirit
and one ilopublicani member waxe<
pretty warm in expressing his opin
Ions, although the pro position wai
merely to repor't the petnding bills t<
thme lionse without recoinmnendation
Upon tis the veo was six aflhrmaatiev
to sevoen negatives, two Democrat
voting ''no" wvith tihe Rlepublicans
buit anothmer vote may be taken on a
motion to r'eport favorably, anid if al
the Democrats vote "(yes'' the divfsoi
lvili be eight to seven.
A GOV ERNOn Wimo CAN''T SwIM.
Very few pecople know how near' Gen
1(ernedy came to being Governor
Governtor Hfagood was at his Saludi
Old Town plantation oni the 1st in
stant, and while crossinig the Saludi
in a canoe, (the ferrymnan being a way,'
a lairge body of floatinig ice st ruck tih
catnoe and camne near upsetting it it
the middle of the' rivet'; the cano
dipped water' seteral tinies. The rive
was lup, atnd the Glovernlor can't swin
a lick. A sort of fatality seems ta
purttsue' eur Governors. HIamptonm wa
takenm from tile offie to time Unitea
States Sunate, Sltmpsoni was taken t
thme Supreme Bench, and hIagood, i~
the ear'ly parmt of hits ferm, camne nen
endinag his executive carecer in tha
Imurky waters of thre Saluda.-Neu
-11. Rlchardson.. Sa4 and 1o.
Agency, Indin Toarlftory, says: Th
"Only Lung Pad"' has yestor'ed me t
health, and I shall be/glad to recomr
m ausi it to anv nnO.-Ren0 Adnu
-Regina Dal Ult,: he. uueduca4
Italian peasant woman, has again I
rthe educated surgeous to s haime
performing a difficult operation wil
they considered Impossible. '1
T operation was the reduction of a d
4 location of the hip-joint of twoi
f years' standing,.during which time I
l patient had grown fron childhood
- maturity, and it was performed
3 Philadelphia. The wiser doctors g
r it up, and the dull fellows shake th
heads and refuse to acknowledi
t There is no bigotry like the regul
- school of anythlng.-Boston Ierah
--This isa nation of 50,000,000 pi
ple, and yet one little darkey with sc
ears ins kicked up a fuss which I
made his name more familiar than tl
of any vice-president we ever had.
-Christ. Gerber, Wholesale Hal
ware, Toledo, Ohio, says: The Exe
sior Kidney Pad has accomplish
iore for my wife in three weeks th
all the nedfcine she has taken in tin
years. Refer all skeptics to mec.-k
MARRIED-On the 4th of Januar
1881, at the Marion Street M.
Church, Columbia, S. C.. by Rev.
L. Stokes, the pastor, Mr. D. K. Mo
TON to Miss K. C. TUACKAH. I
S PECIAL inducements to custome
It will pay to examine and price em
stock of Dress Goods, Flannels, Ca
simenres, deans, Blankets, and all oth(
goods, as they will be sold cheap. 'W
ask the attenion of the ladies to ot
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS,
which will be closed out at LOl
CLOTHING AT BOTTOM FIGURES.
A small lot of Carpeting, whi
will be closed out at BARGAINS.
McMASTER, BRICE & KETCHI
REMRMIR T HE PL. A CR OF
1PIEV are closinig out their enti
WINTER DRESS GOODS
of all diescriptions at expecially 1o
ctLdTIUNG~ t CLOTHING~ ii
To make room for our Spring Goo
We will close out all Iheavy Wool Gil
ments, consisting of Stits ind Gyvt
coats, regardless of their value.
which we will also close out equal
A call for inispectibn Is cordially I
vited and satisfaction guarAnteed
P. LANDnUNER & BRO,
'VHE firm' of Desportes 4 Monte Is tl
Lday fin ally dissialted by l'irettathi
The accounts againsat the concern m1
dborne ixmediately. and those
detdcr requested to make prompt
tiemenit. Mr. U. (.. Desportes Is au~thx
ized to receipt for the same.
U. .- D)ESPORtTES
3 J.Rx. MowT8.
..- Jan nary, 1, 1881.
& KHGa'rden 8'eed utid Onion Se
3 113t received.
- M1A8TER, JBRI(E &K-ETCIHIN
,,llllrrah-for Ofir' onso
OH, YES! 0H, ES I
vO 1HE STONE MOUNTAINCO N WHIS.
Dir KEY has come and is sti I coming.
If you want good Whiskey nd good
ogars, calL at
t' CLE NDINING'S II US ,
iat next door to W. It. Doty & Co. He keepA
the best of everything. The bet Nathan'.
d Old Cabinet Whiskey. The be t Gibson'
* Whiskey. The best Ten Cc Is Segar.
D The besl Five Conts Segar. d, above
ed all things, the best Dinner fo 40 conte.
n And if you come into town tween I1
CO and 1 o'clock, and are hung y call al
'cc Clondining's for a drink, and Be will se
up a free lunoh for you. diendining
keeps a moral and a quiet houto.
WORTH OF G ODS
TO BE SOLD AT'
VERY N1YALL PROFITS.
N o ciange necessary to be nade in
0 our business, for the reason that we arec
gaining ground instead of losing, and
if this good trade of ours continues,
the bait thrown out will become so
tainted with skippers, that the parties
holding the line will be met with the
h sad fisherman's luck.
- We extend a'cordial invitation to
one and all to call and see us.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
Cures by AihuE. . , riaturo's way.
It Drives into the systemt curative
itgents and healing medicines.
It draws from the diseased pati the
poisons that cause death.
Thousands testify to its virtuoe.
Yoti erutl be Rtelieved and Cured.
Don't despair until you han~ trind this
Sensible, Easily Applied and RADICAL
LY EFFECTUAL lRemedy. Send for .tes
timoniais and our books -'Threes Millions
a Year." fsent free.
At wholesale in Chareton, S1. 0., by
ie D owvie & Moiso, Wholesale Din'ggists.
Sold by Druggists, Oaf bent by mail on
receipt of price, $2.tI0, byv
Williamus Block, Detroit, Maich.
king's Mountain Military School,
W YORKVILLE, 8. 0.
T HE SECOND SESSION of the twenty.
L iith y6b.21' will begin February 1 et
and close June 30th, 1881.
TEnMs PEn 5EssION.
For School Exp-enses, I. e .IBoard,
Tiion, Vashing. Fuel and
Lights, - , - - $100.0C
Surgeon's fee and use of books, - 50
Is, For Circulars containing full informia
tion, aplyto COL. A. COWARD,
~r- deo 1-tfebl Principal.
Ne w Store I
Near tootds I
I N addition to my Grocery on the corn
et; 1 have opened a Fancy Grocery in
my old stand, one do-dr..sotuth of Beat &
Bro., where I keep a full selection of nic<
things for Christmas times, snoh as 8onm
Krant. Bologna Sasage, Breakfast SirI p,
lyOniouis. 's Otaniges, Cocoanuts; 13a
nanas, Ca a eo, Iri h P6thtoes, etc. oe.
Call at Heoa dquart ers; op the .iorner,
and buy ybur Bi-audies, Rumns, Liqnori
and Winte of swhich I keep a full elec.
nl- tion. For y barrels of these gods or
hand.W. 11. DONLY;
in dee 4 On the Corie*,
tpui~s is an Assoolatio'n of business men,
Lw ho, for their mutual protection,
ifs contribute towards a fund, so a.
m', fecase of deoath, their families may r
ist ceive from $2.4100 to $5,000, accordinpl to
in- amount of certificate. Thius is bno of the
at- best plans of life ihad'rad~e'd You pa .
>r-- yoir go. just like file #nadanco, and with
rdore convenione even, as you pay b
,- sall instalments during the year. W
lafor to those best acquainted with us,
viz :members in Fairtleld: . .H. Mc.
4lanter, Jas. A. Brice, Jn6 B.- Davis, D.
- . Fienniken, D. .Sugenheimer, 3. WV.
MeCroight. Jno. J. Neil, Thoina4 L. John.
46n. J. Clondin~ing, I.- B. fla-athan, I.
tsi, Means h)avlu, Jas. ,~ Davis. Anv onie
that shonid 11ike to boeogo~ a eme will
, apply to- 0,O Age0T
WINNSBORO, S. C.
A S 1880 has passed away, I am
.'thankful for the past favors be
stowed on me by my customers of
Chester, Lancaster and Fairfield coun
ties, and must say that I have col
leeted exceedingly Ivell, notwithstand
ing the dry seasnl and short crops. I
now invite them to come, and I will
MULES AND HORSES
on time until fall, upon their making
ine good papers. I also invite Cash
buyers, as I canl sell to then as low as
the lowest for Cash.
I DEFY COMPETITION.
LUDPEN & BATES'
TIE MUSIC HOUSE OF TlH SOUTH I
REMOVAL TO OUR
New Double Store
An Iminense Music Temple.
Two large stores, each 30 feet front and
four stories high, fronting on three streets
and filled from cellar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to compare with it in
the Southern States.
A PIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A 1IG1 TRADE,
AN MOPR TO COMM,
During the ten years since our estab
lishment of our house we have developed
the music trade ot the South to a won
derful 'Aegrco, but as yet we have only be
gun. W esee, not man y years aboad, a
business of a million a year, and to take
care of this enormous trade wo have pro
vided our present mlaummoth warorooms.
Fall trade 188f' will be immuende. Weo are
ready for it. For months our senior part
ner has been at the North contracting
with Piano andC Organ manufacturers for
instrumients. ile has concludedl most
adivan tageous d'on trants, and the Pianos
and Organs are "coming, comning" 10t0,000
more, by every steame)r. Neu Styles, New
Prices, Now Terms, New htoro, "New Do
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880.
Cash prides with three Months credit.
During months of Aug. Sept. and Oot,
we will sell Pianos an d Organs at LOwEST
CasH PloEs, payable 525 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Orgnn, with the
balance in three months, wrruoui m
WHIAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFER?
Write foi' Illtustrated Catlogoes and
New Price Lists for Pall 1860 and pro.
pare to be astonished.
LUJDDEN & BATES'
WVioiesaic Piano andt Org'ali Tfaecrsi
CURE i BACK ACHE
And all dfddonseh of the Kidneys, Bladder
and Urinary Organs by wearing the
ImphIroved Excelsior Kidney Pad
It is a marvel fotr healing and relief.
SIMPLE, .JINNSIBINE, DIIiECT, PAIN
It cures whore all else fails. A Reyv,.
lation and Revolution ini Medicine. Ab
sorption atk direct apiplicatioii, as opposed
to unsatisfactoi'y internal medicines. Send
for our treatise oni Kidney troubles, sent
free. This Is the Original and Genuine
Kidnpy Pad. Ask for itandl tnke no e~ther.
At Wvhblesalb in Charleston, H. C., by
Dowie & Moiso, Wholesale Druggists.
Sold by druggists, or sent by mail, onl ro
cipt of.. price, $2. Address.
Tm "Only" Lung Pad Co.,
Williams Blook, Potroit Mich.
dec 21-j rOmi
'6 flu CHARLE8.3%
R. WV. PilILLIPS, .Agent, Winns
boro,. 8. C. doo 21-ly
-Subscribe fo ThlE NEWS ANDi hER.
AW-.O9 a. yer.
m Y STOCK of Furnit ure, which wil
est according to quality, and for
Renember that all my goods are warra
Furniture elsewhere, then come to the
best. selection and can buy chcaper. Ba
way. Blythewood, White' Oak, Voodw
and( York. This is a rccoinnendation <
A new supply of' Window Shades, W
Fiamues, Chromos, Hat Itacks, and Bool
The largest supply ot''in Chamber 8(
ber Suils. Call and see them. A new
anly. Don't Buy a Machine merely bect
it and likes it.. Renember that most ol
puflbd have but little merit. The one
time and vexationi, is noiseless, ri
it. Remember the Gold 31edal was aw
over eighty. competitors. I can refer v
always given entire satisfaction. Rein
Suash Factory. All orders entrusted to
the lowest pies. Furniture niteatly rep
prepared to make to order. Lumber aml
mig Machine Needles and attacliments a
tile. 1)o't fail to call before purllasin
]ELEGANT IN FININIK,
AND IN FM'r
Th Oily Perfect Mathelu Mdila.
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
N1o. 23 South Calvert Street,
A 1 we intend to give 0oattto
inl the fulture, entirelv to Planlta
tion Supplies and Fertilizers, we oiler
the onttelts o' our 1)rv Goods and
Clothing Sor at cost, as we intieiid to
ive tl) up that part of 0111 business.
T'hese Goods iust he sold, and for
cash on delivery-. Now is your time
Black Cashmneros at New York cost.
Colored Cashmecres at New York
Black Alpacas at New York cost.
Colored Alpaecas at New York cost.
All kinds of D)ress Goods at New
Trimming Satins (all shades) at
New York cost.
A full line of Cassimei'es at New
Watcr-proof Cloths at Newv York
Tablo Linbn at New York cost.
Napkins at New Yor'k costa
boylies at New York cost.
Towels at Now York cost.
Ladie)' anid Genits' Hosiery, Under'
we'ar1 anid Gloves; all at Necw York
iliy your Spring and annnnor
Dresses, .Jaconiets, Swiss, Victoria
igs, and(1 1nsertm~gs to tim them witha.
All at Now York cost.
We have nto space0 tp enumerate fur
theri. We wantt to soil out every tthing
nlot usitally kept in a Plantation Supa
T'llIiS IS NO Hi UMB UG.
Call anid pr'ices wvill convtineo yvou.
And ho surie and bring the CASII, as
no goods wil lihe chuarged.
aIco 30 '
001i iAIOT .
nov 2$-xn Omhl== taR.
I be the largest, handsomest and oben i
design and Eg1manhip nqlp
lited to be ais-Te'esented. i r
first-class store where you will 041the
ar lin mind that I ship goods to Ridge
trd's, Ilackstock, and a8 far as Chester
If the quality and price of my goods.
,l) Pbekets, B1rackets, Mirrors, Picture
Shelvcs, cheaper than the cheapest.
tts, made to match Cuttage and Chiam
snpply of Sewing Machines as good as
iuse your mother or your neighbor has
the 'machlines thiatiare mnost largely
on want is the one that will save yoN
is light 01nd will last. a long lile. I havo
Lrded to one of' the Machines I represent
iu to many that are using it, and itAg
nibei I hat I am agent for a Door and
ne will have prompt attention and at
aired at moderate prices. I am also
I Shingles for sale at sall profits. Sew
id parts of Machines can be had through
elsewhere. It. W. PHILLIPS.
Atronte for DAZAR P TmS.
FRESH GROCERIES I
QUGARS, assorted. don.hos, J1b0
Lauatyra ( and Old Gov. Java;
Ilio ailt Old Gov. Java Roasted;
Tens, Black, Imperial, Gimpowdeil
and Young flyson.
Pears, iPcaches, iinappies. To.
miatoes, Sahinoni, Corned Beef, D)eviled
I lam an 1('Turkey, Sardinues, &c.
Maicaroil and1 Cheesec, G inger Pre
serves, Pin llead Oat M&oni, Ooop~et
Oc at~ine, Mustard, Black Peppei- and
hlaldiii Catsup, Cross & Black.:
well's Chow Chow, Empire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea &r Poi
rin's Worcestershilre Satice.
3. F. McMASTER & CO;
WT E have now in store the inrgiesE
stock over purchbased by us~
and which wvill be disposed of at low
. Dry Goods;
Shoes, Groceries, Bridles.
Saddles, Harnes, Red Leather
Harness Leafher &c.
We are not given to "BLOWING,
but cai truththily say ive are offera
ing solid bargains, and svill be glad
to sob yoti.
U. G. DNSPOitTESN
OF Now Crop NEW ORLEANS
MOLaASSES, best i the market,.and~
syrups of all grades.
A fneo assortmeont of.
lsof, a good tliuality of OA.T M EAL,
In itie p'ound packakst
tUIVE ME A CAI.