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rOWN -AND COUNTY.
T UtsDA1, lay 8. 1 1 * 1 1881.
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.'Li.OAn SCHuUI.E.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro' as follows:
North-hound passenger, 12.18 p. in.;
south-bound, .30 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 8.64 a. ni.; south-bound, 1.15
p. im. These arrivals are onl the basis
of Railroad time, sixteeni minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Stop-A. P. Miller.
At Our House-J. Clendining.
Citation-J. It. Boyles, J. P1. F. C.
Attention I 0. L. I.-J. H. Cui
mninigs, 1st Sergeant.
-Vegetables are coming in.
-Whmerc are the spring chickens?
-Last week was growi ng weather.
-Tho streets were lively on Satur
- We are glad to learn that the fulit
has not all been killed.
-Preparations a ire being made for
painting the Court House.
-Double time gets away with the
Gordons these warm afternoons.
-The Gordons have received their
white plumes. They are quite hand
-The Gordons are practicing for the
rget-shooting, which Is to take plce
on next, Friday.
-The State Board of Health has
issued a circular to be sent to the
teachers 'of all schools, asking tliei to
find out how niny children have been
vaccinated, how many have not been,
nid how many ure willing to be, free
-The colored.Baptists expectcd to
have ni il umer'sioin on Siniday, but on
going" to the p001 they fouiid
that the steps leading into it had been
brokenii by soie one. If this was a
piece of' imlaliciou.s iniselief tlie ofieid
er should he ptilished,
-3Ir. J. lendiniing has tle thanks
of thlie fice for a handsome and re
freshinig t reat of' in t ju lps on SaturI
.(.day., lle. knuows how to fix n) a cool,
' ~ ~ ei lit fuh druinuk, anid itf yon desirie any
ing ini that line, call anud see huiiu.
II is niew adv"ertiseien't aplpearus la
--We' regreit to learn~u thait (lie health
of the Rev. J . M. Todd is not imiprov
ing~. lie hats been supling the As
- sociautOe tformed~t Clhurich in, Li nisville
l iy.. foirseverai mtontIhis, buti has been
comipel led to cease his hlubrs. I elh; s
a hio.4t of friends(1 ini thi emumtmi Lits
whose sympaj~tthies areC withi him in his
--Read 'hie advertisemenmt of Mr. A.
P. Aliller in this issue. Ile has a new
fOnntiain and11 all the necessary appla
ratuas for tmakiing thue vei'y best of soda
water'. It is cool and~ delight ful, and(
fi you want to feel g'od and1( love ll
nmaiikind, go to Miller's and get a
lahzss of' his soda water, 'lie has ire
(duced it to five cents a glass.
- -An inv~itation has beenu extended
to Miss liat tie Brown, of this place, to
be one of' thre young ladies to assist in
univeiling at the Cowpens Centenniab
Miss Brown is the daughter of the late
M. L, Brown, Esq., whose great.
*gr'andmnother~ was a sister of Daniel
* Morgan, the hero of Cowpens, whose.
* Ynoniument is to be unveiled on that
has been receivedl of the death of the
Rev. J. I. Bonner, D. D., which cc
curred1 at 3 o'clock ~on last Saturday
evening. For a long time fro had' been
in a feeble state of health, and his
death% at any time dhWlng the last
mointhi, would niot have been nuexpect
ed to his friends. We are unable tos
give particuilars, having merely 'ascer
tained the facet of his' death.
TiHE TEAClraEIs AssOCIATION.--The'
Te achiers' Association~ meets on Satur
(lay, and as the weather Is now pr'opi
ens it is to be hoped that there ii
be a full attendance. The last meet
ings were very interesting and inistruc
tive, and the next one p~romijses to be
equally so. Teachers wvill not forget
to bring their lunich baskets so that
t hey may ha~ve a good session. Noth
ing can 6e-d'one in an hohmr or' so. The
.-pr'oceedligs wvii commence puincttuilly
at eleveii o'clock in the morning.
At the a; mnual meeting of the Fair
field Fire k'ngine Comvpany the follow
ing oflcer~s were elected:
President-Rl. M. Jiney.
Vice-Priesident--Wr. J. Elliott.
Directors-J. M. Beaty, J. M. Cen
Secretary and Treasure J. Q.
Pipernen-li. M. Duigj ' a!' J.
M. Elliott, Jr,
A xemen -J. 0. Us to dart undkf Y.
M IL LING. , downm, when
A DREAM StANGErY Fos~.
- When' Shermn passed throu~ Fair
nield hmw1865v Mr. John Mcedg"> now
dep:. sed,bNurfad abogt"'
dn( a flyI '
the raid, he was nnable to find It after
diligent search, and he concluded elith
or thathe had forgotten the spot or
that some oie had discoved it. Years
rolled on, and the incident was noarly
forgotten. A short timo ago a color
ed woman in the neighborhood dream
ed lint she vent to a certain spot and
ouid this gold. Again she dreamed
the same thing, more vividly than be
f)re, all the marks of the land 10*e'g
distinctly visible. A few days after,
While walking along the road with a
White lady, Miss Gibson. she exclaim
ed as she reached a certain vpot,
"Teie is the place I saw in my
dream." Going a. little further, she
said, "There is a stupnl) I saw," an1d
mentioned other features. Miss Gib
son laughingly told her she had better
go over and look for the money. She
did so, and after digging a little, sure
enough found a five dollar gold piece.
A further treat revealed more missing
treasure until, at last accounts, about
fifty-seven dollars had been found.
The rest was probably scattered by
plows In the past fifteen years. This
strange story comes through the best
authority. It will not do to say tihe
woman knew of tile existence of the
,place, for she could at any thne -have
gone and got the money, and would
not have waited all this time. It may
be put downi as one of those strange
coincidences that have happened at
diferent places and at different times,
and have given rise to the superstition
TIHE A R. R ESB1 Y21RtI AN.
Ordination and Instaliation of the Rtev. J.
The interesting exercises connected
with the installation of the Rev. John
T. Chalmers as pastor of the Associate
Reformed Church in this place, began
on last Thursday morning. Upoll as
sembling at the church at. 11 a. n., it
was ascertained that the folloW'ving
ministers of the * First Associate Re
formea Presbytery were present: The
Revs. J. C. Chalners, J. P. Marion.
11. G. Miller and J. A. White. An
organization of tie Presbytery was ef
fected by the election of t.Ie Ite. J. C.
Cha1niers as Moderator, and the Rev.
J. A White a. Clerk. It was imme
diately resol-ed to hearl a trial exercise
from the Rev. John T. (halmners, p(
paratory to his Ordination. A text
havinig been assigred tie candidate, b'
tile Presbyter- att its last meeting, te
delivered a forcible and eloquent dis
course, which was fully and heartily
ststainied by the Presbytery, ini private
session, as a trial for ordi nat ion. For
gtood and sufilcieit reasons the ordina
tion vas postponed until 8 o'clock in
the evening, At that time a large con
gregation had asseml'd in the churmch
to witness the implressive cemCmonies
then alout to take pice. The Rev.
.1. P. Marion oienled the exercises with11
ani earniest and solemi scrmnon, bring~
hig out inl a clear and forcible inuner
sonic ot'tile duit ies anid responsibilities
invlvedi in thle relatI oiship of piastor
and1( people, and1( at tile saine1 time hold..
imng fotht the rewards and( encourages
ilmnts t hat at tend t he miniuster ofI thle
gospelC ini thme faihful aind zealons dis
charnge of hiis plastoral dnt ies. Th'le can
dida.e f'or or-dinationi haviig tlmen' pre..
.seed himself, the 11ev. Ji. (. Chaml
meurs propomdedm2 to him thlie qpuesl ions
rI'iiredh lby thie standards of' the
chmurchl, and( led ill the ord~iniationi pray
cr Then with the laying~ onm of the
hiands of the Pr-esbytery, thie llev. ..
T. Chmalmeirs was so-lenmmly Invested
wit h full miniister-ial au thority andr
functions. A fter this the liev. 11. GA.
~Miller, ini an appropriate mamner, de
livered to tile uiewly ordainiedt minliste
the offleial charge of tire lPresby tery,
touicing the duities of his ne0w relationl
81hip to the conigregaition over which
he was now iinstalled as pastor, and~
affectionately enlcouraiginig him in en
terinig ulpn his ministerial labors,
Lastly the Het. J. A. White deliver-ed
the oflicial charge of the Presbytecry to
the congregation, pointling- out the dua
ties devolved upon it, to give alf due
support and encouragemnnt both temn
por'al and spiritual, to him who hiad
been installed pastor over it. This
elosed the business of tho Presbyter'y,
Imt religious schicocs prcparatory to
the celebration of the Sacrement on
Sunday, were had at the church on
Fridlay and Saturday, bothI mornitrng
amid ev'ening. These services were
coniduoted by the Revs. White, Miller
anld Chalmers. On Sunday nmorning
the Rev. J C. Chahtners, the venerable
father of the new pastor.e conducted
the servics, and assisted inl the cele
brationi of the Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper. Thus has passed away an
&ogsri pecaliarly interesting to the
member of the' ebngm'egahion; the
effets of. which, It is believed, will
long be visible in their midst. There
has been a vacancy for abou6b three
years, as the church has had no pastor
since' the resignation of' the Rev. J. M.
Todd, whose health caused himn tot dis
solve the past oral rolationsmhip.
We feel sare that the best wishes ofI
the entire community ar'e extended to
both the pastor and the congregation
upon the consummation of that new
relationship, which no0w binds( theta so
closely andl intimately together.
KNEWl how [Tr WA~S IInIsEtAX.
When Jay Gould was in cialvestonl
aid, accomnp'nied by a uinmber of
leadIng citizens, wvas Iispecting the
cotton exchanlge, a small boyv was seiz
ed by one0 of the Galveston 'gentletnt'n
just'as thle ganmin was picking th
great rail'oad magnaite's p~ocket.
"What d~Idi the-little fellow do?" ask
ed Gould. "Hie stole your' pocket
hand(kerchlief, Mr. Gould, and I am go
ing to turn him1 over to a pohmlimn."
"Don't do, that," replied Mr. Gould,
smnillig good niatuiredly; ''let him go.
We should net discourage younlg be
glinners.- I had to start, out in a moed
est way-myself when I went in to' tihe
railroad bushtwes," anid reaching dlowni
into hIs pocket Mr. Gould took out a
qua r ndgave it totheo, t o e
-'--1 is learned thatt the gqjioral otillcs
of tie Atlanta and Charlotte Air Lino
Railroad, at preseut situated in A tian
ta, will be transferred to Richmond.on
the 1st of.Mtv and consolidited with
the Itihmond and Danville oficees
0tre. It is also reported that Col. G.
.1. Foreactre wvill then resign the posi
tion of' geleral manage111 or of the road,
w hich he has nominally held for the last
ATTENTION ! G. [L. I.
A SSEM)LE, for parade, this (Tuesday)
evening, at 64 o'elock, in rear of the
Town Hall, in full dress uniform and
cquipme~n. Dy order:
J. 11. CUMMINe1S,
may 3 1st Sergeant.
STATE OF soUT H CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
By J. R. B01 LES, E.q . Probate Judje.
~ IIEREAS, Robert McCorley hath
V ende asuit to me to grant him let
teri of ad ministration of the estate and
effects of John Johnston, deceased:
Time are, therefore, to eito and admon
aih all and singular tho kindred and cred
itors of the iaid John Johnston,
deceased, that they be and appear before
me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Fairfield Court House, S. C., on the 17th
day of Mlay, after publication hero.
of, at It o'clook in the forenoon. to sbew
cause, if any they have, why the said ad.
ministration should inot be granted.
Given under my hand this 3rd day of
May, Anne Domini 1881.
J. 11. BOYJLES, J. P. F. C.
IL--7. name was Bon, andi he hailed
from Chester, or at. least this was indicat.
ed by the tag attached when he appeared
beforo Intendant N(eil tho aext. morning.
iis name must have been en, foi it wat
very evident that he had -ben" somc
where a little too often for his good, for
his step was very elastic as he walked up
Congress Str'eet with Chief of Poli*o Gil.
bot. As ho passed thei Ladd Building
he spoke of opening a iarble yard (in the
guardhouse, we supposed, na-4 he was
heading iii that direction), nnd he also
made some vague promises of Supplying
every living man, wom.an and ohil d with
a rionunent or tomb stono. The chargo
was one dollar, which ho paid. This
would have bought TWENTY 'ICKETS,
and entitled him to twenty glasses of
ICE COLD SODA WATBU, served with
choice Cream and Fruit Syrups, at A. P.
M I LE'S, and served from the largest
and litkest iitirat us ev r broa lit to
Winnsohro. Every one go.s to MI I,1El'S
for 8odaL Water. for ho always idense5.
Remember that, he is selling for FiVE
('ENT8 a glass, and while reducing in
price lie haits improved i quality. He
keeps in the Ladd Building, one door
South of the Winnsboro National Bank.
AT OUR HOUSE
CHOICE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
OLD VIRGINIA MINT JULEPS..
TRY TIllE CELllI.\TFDl
J. C L E NiD IXNIX K G
nmay 3 Next dtoor' to W. It. hly K OC:.
To nrouc ou r tle adidenetrd
we, maetheflo i naalldotr o
shor tie:"T eBri 'ce otisagl
plated wa tc chin agt hw Inld'se
laco~et~o agaestua~god plt adingcla
huton ker rig okt roi iainsl
handkercief, pe , eci,cicevloean
ring elat' r bruc -e nbx ac ek
lae oalsev htos enraedgldplt
brceetroesaf ingldpltd ad'1o~gl
plt sev butnhaygldpaesulv
oneosar pngeui0 Palsm dat~d t
Mallosocross- iib P.da odcntr0eu
Jetsleve utons plte colarbuton plte
Itk wthcin li odpaern ob
ca e ig ats a-ig ihP imn
Toanroed ounwstyle from InfolunA ddre,
N.or tY.e J twER Bert tlanta.t can gl
plTHd Atc IAt, as "~w This lnmay ole
antrfety vria b ad the f amounI tbo i . forc.
yourat amoney iastur odg."~adra, ola
N~o i1, G.~ rU.g. poft 0. F. Illato htld
theirdtirste, *' plmul clbtion011 uune8,pr 1881.
tLdg cardomAl Cotmbe ialatd tohyostrr w.c.In
bo pesna'at. DonaIns assur aetfrom
brgrom dii rn prac sit to .x Hams.yfnour,
and, ucra lkowil bu eladiyr recivd byat
braeletommtee.afpul also money. Dsoationd
wila lce and tanayn of plte C~ual~omit
caeo r! rnagena.ils ttu ta~qut
Jatee t.~ D . tT, . W. oJ. ctrWELLtt
cJn. Mg. MALLs fir.rtg w.\. cIandH
Setns e 5 tL EomPURGEth.s eld'
--AT Til -
GLADDEN HOUTE L.
WE, the unersigned, r~m retlly in.
form the citizens of WI N.Mi-)lIR' and
vicinit that. wo have R lIGIOVI.) to
And aro now in receipt of a full line of
now and denirablo
SP1 UNG AND StMMER GOODS
Which we will 6oll at the lowest pvicos
Laces aud Embroiderie, which wo offer at
accordingly low price".
We resvectfully asqk the attontion of the
Ladies to our ontirely new fresh
11tock of these goodo.
English, Swiss, Plain nd I'laided Nan
Noo}-" Piqucs, in grcut varictv.
Ladies' Lane Scarfs, Ties and Fows, at
fifteen cents, worth thirty-iivo cent.
BEAUTIFUL SPIING SUITS
* FINE, IMEDIUM and COMMION
For BIEN, YOilrIis and BOYS.
MADE TO OR)EIt.
Suits made lo order at very low prices.
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
Is a purely vegetable bitter and powerful
tonic, atwsi is warranted a speedy and cerN
taneuro for Fover and Ague, Chills
and1( F0vosr Intormittenit or Chill
Fever Itemhttnt Fever, Dumb Ague,
P'eriot'lcal or Bilious Fever, andi all
malarial disorders. In minamatic dis..
trlcts, the rapid pulse, coated tongue,
thirst, lassitude, loss of appetite, pain in
the back andl loins, and coldneOss of the
aspine and extremities, are only promnoni
tions of sovercr symiptomns which terrain
ate in the aguo paroxysmt, succeeded by
high fover and profuso perspiration.
It, is a startling fact, that inine, aN
sonic, and other poisonous minerals foram
the basis of most of the " [Fever and Ague
Preparations,"' "'Specillea," "'Syrups,"
and " Tonics," in the market. The prep-.
Aratlions runde from theose minoral poiscns,
although they are palatable, and may
break the chili, do0 not cure, but loave the
mnalarial andi their own drug poison In
the system, prodlucing quinfismf, dizziness,
ringing in the ears, heada;che, vertigo, and
other dlisorde'rs more frinidablo thati
the dliseaso they were intended to cure.
AY ER's AG~UE CnEit thoroughly eradicatoo
these noxious poisons fromt the aystem,
and always cures the soverest cases. It
contains no quninine, mineral, or any thing
that could injure the most delicate pa,
tient; andl its crowning excellence, above
its certainty to cnre, is that It leaves the
system as free from disease as beforo the
For Liver Complaints, AYER's Aeo
OUnE, by direct action on the liver and
biliary apparatus, drives out the poisons
wvhich p~roduco those complaints, and
stimulates the system to a vigorous,
. We warrant it when taken according
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.j
Practdoal and Analytical Chemists;
SOLD nY Am DnUeOZBts UvaarYWHzar.
- 64 N' CH AaLR I.ET3
RI. W PHILLIPS, .Agent, Winus
bore, 8. C. dleo
TO TH'lOSE DESIRING TO0 BCILD.
W E htave juat employed some of the
moat skillful arid ex perienced
workmen, and are now r'tady to do all
kinds ot houso catrpontor's work. WVo
have also maide arrsangemeif'Ia *ith the
leading saw mills to furnish us with laIn-.
her. 8o ont au'l after this date we are pro.
patred to do all kinds of' work. Persons
desiring to have old honses repaired, or
contemplahtto butildhing, will do wvell to get
an estimate from ushl~ooe giving ont. con.
Iracta. D~rawing pla and epec0ifleat ion,,
a apecialty. We are versed in all the new
stylm and cuts of the day. Contracta
taken anywhere in the South. All work
JOHN HI. PURCE~lLL& BROS.,
uif(.'er~.s .:do t o-.
RIVA LRY, CALM YOUt EXCITE]
AND REST--A LONG RELE A
'TIS BETTER THAN THE END
AND STRUGQ I
8.488 yards of Calicoes at 5 cen(i
2,000 yaRd of I Shirting at 42 e
2,000 yards of Jeans and Qottonu
BRAINS, ENERGY AND C,
200 pairs of Ladies Cable Shoes,
price of $1.25.
50 Marseilles Quilts at $1.60, for
25 pieces Piques just received in
15 and 20 cents.
PRICE THESE GOODS I
100 Men's Straw Hate. The big
for CASH, only 50 cents. Just think
89 Men's 1a1t at $1.00 each.
5 dozen Ladie' 'Trimnned I-atsi fr
& CO., at half their original valuo.
Teas, Sugars, Coffees. Molassos
25 Boxes Soap to arrive this wee
SPACE DOES NOT PERMIT ME 'I
BARGAINS I AM OFFERIN(
No Fictitious Or
J. L. MIM
I WINDING BOBBIN.
MLE~GANT IN FIXIMU4
A1ri Zl FAC-r
The liily Peitoct Macliille IYdM
A, & A. G. ALFORD
No. et, south Calvert Street,
~AT TfE) -
DR E$S GOOD, 4A NDK ER'dli.EFS,
CAiBRICS, OOEX NECK WEAR.1
AN ELEGAt Tt BO )OILE WIDTH.
ALL KINDS OF DOMESTIC DitY GOOD8.
\VIRY HEIX, *N'I)L CIO ITAT
A BEAUTIFUL tINE 0OF ShlOES IN AL!.
QUA LITI ES.
GLOBE K1D GLOYES '\R RIIIVE IN A FEWV
J. M. .htATT & COs
We havo have this deifartihonf In the
rear end of ouar store, and are b~ffering at
the lowest prices
SUGARS. COFFER. BEST RRlA~S PAT1cIND'
COFF I J, 0.Cil CEA ' ORA'E JEAUHES
MATOES,1 PE(IF~ PINEA IJ FS,
H.': 8J 0OIE 1 UR EST GUNPOWDER
ALWAYS GD~AD TO BEE OUR FRIENDS AT
'tilE COflNtNR STORE.
J. M. BEATY & Col,
CON F ECTI N ERFFS,
itr;udrtge h ureo Tc
Lstock in trade, r'.een 'ly owned by
A. 1'. Mliller, proposer. t6 aell 'toe same at
and beloew originali conti. He offers Frenchi
ICandy at thirty-five cents p or pound,
ILadies' Baukotfi at cost, Doells and 'foys
and always on hand, Fresh Banan.in, Or.
anger., Lomons, Apples, Cakes and Br'oad.
of different kinis.
J. W. AIREN.
pgt head, good a'.d. frelt, ale" s-v
) NERTES, I BRING YOU 'IPEACE
SE PROM TOTL AND CARE."
LT ION -Oblivion."P
LESS, ITOPELESS, WEARYJNG
;, worth 7 and 8 cents elsewhere.
Dnts, worth 6 and 7 cents.
tdcs at 12 contt, worth 20 and 25 cts.
USH IS BOUND TO TELL.
worth $1.75, at the astoniEhingly low
iner price $2.50 and $3.00.
a variety of pretty designs, at 7., 10,
rest drive ovor offered in this place,
om tho groat 8lhughtor sale of HART
M7eROCE RX ES1 II
at 5 per cont. over their original
I, at four cents por pound by the
'O EM.RATE THE DECIDED
T1THIS SEASON FOR CASH.
Lollg Timel Prices.
E ACKNOWLEDGED LEADER.
I A u II U M AUbi
Atrents for BA ZAR PATTERNS.
U91GARlS, assortedi. Cofi'eos, Rio,
1.4Laguavi'a and Old Gov. Ja'va.
Rio and( Old Gov. .Java' Roasted.
Te~as, Black, Impjerial, Gunpowder
andi Younig Hy8on.
.Pears, Peaches, Pinespplen. 'ro
mnhto'c#Salmon, Co'ned fleef, D)otiled'
Ham andl Tiufkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaront~ apd Checae, Gi nger Pro
servos, Pin hIed Out Moali, Cooper
Golatinec, M umtard, Blai.k Popper and
Baldwin Cattsup, tCross & BlacIt
well's Chiowv Chow, Empire Chow
Chiowv, Assorted Pickies, Lea & Per
ri's Worcestershire Sauce.
J, P. MoMASTEB & CJO.
e)Garden' Seeds of all kinds.
8eed and eating Irish Potatons of
the choiet kindls. Choiece Family
Groceries arrivbng daily. I have on
hand a large lot of b~mt quality Mole
Leather, which will be sold at low
I am paying highest prices for bry
Hides. Give mie a call.
.W. U. DONLY,
feb 12 On the Corner
NEW AND DESI1RABLER SPRINO
CHEAP AND PRETTY SPRIN(0
BLACK and colored Cashineres. A f
paeas, Mohah- , oie Cloths ?ra
dines, Buntlngs, ilernani Cloths.
LAWNS, Muslins, Linens, ilitings.
Piue, Ginghats, Calicoes, Nainsooks.
8K to see "Renfreu" Gingharnx.
Casslieres, Jeans, 'ottonade ntd
BLEACHED, Brown aid Plaid
TABLE Linen, Doylies, Towels,.
Sheeting, Pillow Qasing.
IF ANY BODY WANTS A GOOD
HAT for a little moniev. let. them
call on 1110. Nobby line o' Stra w H 1ati
IF ANY MAN OR BOY WANTS A
SUIT or good, pretty, nobby, charm
ing Spring Cluthes, let thein call on
F ANY MAN, WOMAN OR CLILD
WANTS a pair of Shoes. cheap, let
teIn call oil 1uC and get themn.
THOSE SHIETLAND SHA WLS A1311
A BEAUTIFUL Line of Lacest
Ilamburg Edgiings and Iisertions, Cot
(1, N i'S' Silk and Linen h1andler
LA DIES' Linen Ifem-stitched Hland.
G EN1TS', Ladles', Misses' and Chil
GENTS' AND 1ADIES' SCARFS.
COLLAiS and Cil , Huting, Etc.,
BUT WHAT IS THIE USE TRwVIX
TO mention everything In the Store?
Just, Comfe andsee ml1e, that is all, and
I will inake it pay you,
MY GROCERY STOREi
AS usual, is *eff utocked with all
tho necessaries, nod a few of the luixu
riCs, of life, that is, ill the batiig linm.
But, if you should need any hardware,
crockory, glassware or ivoodeuware;
why 1. cln Supply you.
,0 DON'T FOlRGET TO CALL ON
ESTA BISHED 1R12.
(WOUND ON Wutnm Sr'oor.s.)
GEORGE Ad OLAR~I
4100 BROA DWAY,' NEW Y0.RKa
Since the introdnotion of this Spooi
Cottoui into the American m'iet, lis ano.:
008a has been unprwocdnted. No othber
brand oif thread lias over met with tha'
imo am0lifount 6f puldic fa-.or in the saine'
jpace of time.
Tihe "0. N. T1 " muanufactur'er wero Lnc;
firsit to recogniz~e the ituportance of the
.'owing Maichinei and1( to inrtke a six tmord
Ootton , whiph .hna ever heenl (he roeo1;
nlized standard~ foaaitiies.
All thet imp rovemwent(s in mairchin-.
t'hat, the inventive genius oft tihe nine:
teeth centnry has produooed have buoen
alaupted by the mnanifufactfrers of - O.N.'T.
At all t~he great International Fairs c'd
the wdidc, "O. N. T." hase been twadd
beo highest honors.
'ihe' -'O. N; T;" factoribs ni Ntirl:.
N. J., and Paisley, Saothd, emiple.v
6,200 oporatives - make snfl~sieht threa.a
iilf to go around the wotrld four tlo.es:
Conmtun~ 140 tons of c oal diai ly.
TJhe. mannffaofurer.t of '0. N. ."~ arC
.het lairgest, muanufactni'ors bf Spool Cbt
A full asiiortmnent of' this ESpool Cotton.
01n1 be had at wholestalo and retatil at JT. M
3EAT Y & CO. 't. feb 22- ftxlm
z3 conneetion with the En'ggy and
... pring Wagon bnelnes. I havie for
ale the woll-known
Iarm-Wagnon. My ono.hio:se wngnns a-,o
nuldtesame as a' tro-brsu wagor,
hevo front hiounds and rocking bolutos..
Warrantodlforl twelve nionths.
ap 28. Opp. Dunlevy & Fuant's.
A L LRG*I~lot of the cheaupeet Tnhlt
-X Soap Ztt the prie ev ougymaht t'
f',inneboro. Call and hIaceinoe