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1OWN AND 00UNTY.
TUESDAY, June Il. : ei
TERtns op TnIE NEw8 AND HERALL).
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d1011ntu in advance; weekly edition,
two doilars and fifty cents per annum,.
in advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of five and upwards.
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Per inch for the first insertion, a A
fiftty cents per inch for each subseq tent
insertion. These rates upply to all ad
vertisements, of whatever natto 'e, and
are payable strictly fin advance. Con
tracts for three, six or twelve months
itiade on very liberal terms. Tran
sient local notices, fifteen cents per
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tisements. Simple announcements ot
marriages and deaths published free or
'j. char e, and solicited.
4: Ocommunicntions, of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company
Whinsboro, S. C.
lAILuOAP SCnUDULE.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.28 p. n.;
south-bound, 4.28 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 9.05 a. n.; south-bound, 1.37
p. in. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Sealed Proposals-Jas. R. Harvey,
Charlotte Female Institutq-Rev.
Wmn. R. Atkinson, Principal.
-Cotton is not yet up re i some parts
of the county.
-Mr. W. . Donly has just received
fer aseOrtnt t of fresh fnn.ed
goods of all kinds. Hlia new adver
tisement i appear in te next issue.
-The thieo eiter ranged from 98
to 102 on s Frida, and iio s88 to 90 that
night at eleven o'clock. A variation
from zero-last winter to 102 last week
is doubtless pore than has ever been
known in ,any previous year hi thle hlia
ory of the place.
-While Mr. John M. Thompson,
son of Col. Hugh M. Thompson, was
acting as umpire of ta base ball gae
last Thursday, in Columbia, a bat flow
fromn a player's hands and struck him
oi the head, knocking th insensible.
The injury was seryous, but he Is re
-Orders sent to the store of Mr. J.
W. Bolick for the "Twin Bed-Spring"
will receive prompt attention. The
springs will be delivered and adjusted
on trial for a few days when desired.
A trial will cost notlhatg, and Is all that
Is asked to prove tire "Twin Bed
Spring" the best ii them-arket.
-Th e pigeon sweepstakes lin Orange
burg was won by Mr. Hugh McMaster
and not Maeor Hugh Thompson. The
latter gentleman was not a participant
tety Iofd th o mthesar. Ane fypes
t .r nfraption haetinewi bya
addresng himght this youacea owt
CHEAP beIn.hurto ave ae spyoficgs
ashIwil hav a(laysisie lot ustry,
an oeas, ander wln waydereanyioe
inr CheapetI have lon een and.
Cjiantireeso to suit tputchasea the
aond. Thehae siden gaentoirestabishto.
a.m* oIp n fR. the Pcmmoa.
tLnUCoEE.-o ishi t buyale.
tn Weeklyo News ofastgee aoisks for
ainrmation tonctending Clebat.iH.
ofutccesflia01 itery sit hat
soeWsto the 2radt, utitng Tin
Opening aduds to the re Any fur
Miss Mafrymatiomatty edbainedhby
adressingis hm att this plle. le
ictoAP eiE-To byv aisupl Mafgie
theoedhotedays to valdic:o rya luys
andivu geatvery pleangr twan to reconil
oneto buthes prsetfagtt rngtsum
Wer caupicalong ai~l bepen taae
ivn a Winsoro akite now splies
fqruande to syit mucaser ati theg
tow the Afetwosandvadmalfycentscotr
pound.e The wie gatdwe wehi uetih
men illO TAope on -uedai froad1
tion'sofhosew sistobu inCae.
etndnfed Mis Maggesi Rofiwsfr
ante initaeionbtoeattnder clsebrao
teWestmon the 24pinstat expee
ore fecssis ths follows:
Openllingdde road ah cPresidn
amoist MarE tfralaes, nd ten
acunifor Mrs attfs muc Pilpr mile
Hordseply artold iting to Mis
Jenni M, Gorier Alumm elssaysby
Plss ue L.o Hord spaceing ouald
able usgrea tr peadse thent atend,0
but J8 bu iney engagementsedpresvent.
Weay l befon te Featie rprona
tive a Eine tho rankour aologtces
thor uod and saythin tmany nice .thng
btto t oe Ame lidved theallyan col.
-the oeroq local tajr .now phari.
will .be isltd., 0" s tuchae
pq rdyunts s fire ough.
THE 11ALoTTE FEIALE INSTITUTE.
-We call attention to the advertise
ment of this flourishing institution,
which though. established only three
years ago has already taken ahigh rank.
Mr. Atkinson has the highest testimo
nials - kom such men as Professors
Ljetonte, Venae and Latimer, but
his success is the best criterion of his
merit. That thoroughness character
izes his methods. we can testify. from
personal experience. Mr. Atkinson
has a corps of instructors that ably
second his efforts. Prof. Bidez Is
pronounced by critics one of -the best
musical instructors in the South, while
the art department at the last exhibi
tion reflected the greatest credit on
Miss Savage. Parties wishing to give
their daughters a complete and finished
education should communicate with
Mr. Atkinson. We believe he will
give complete satisfaction.
A COLOREL, TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
A State institute for colored teachers
will be held in C 'ia, beginning
July 5th and enldh. ,9th. It is
conducted by II. 1 gomery, of!
Washington, a teacher of success and
reputation. He will have able assist
ants. Board can be secured at $2.50
a week. Instructions will be given in
the usual branches, with music and
drawing. The leading colored citizens
of Columbia, Principal Win. M. Dart,
of the Howard school, Postmaster C.
M. Wilder, and Revs. E. M. Pinckney,
B. F. Porter, M. G. Johnson and E.
M. Brawley and. others, unite in an
urgent' appeal to all colored teacherp,
aIl all who desire to teach, to be in
attendance and make the experiment a
success. It will be in charge of col
ored men. Reduced rates on the rail
roads will be ainounced hereafter, anti
can be obtained from Dr. Doyd. We
hope the colored teitchers of Fairfield
will take advantage of this opportu
nity. If they wish to teach they must
prepare t hemselves. For particulars
concerning board, etc., address W. M.
Dar(, Columbia, S. C.
THE 8HOT.4GUN TOURNAMENT.'
A Corrected List of the Victors-Winnsboro
The report of the match at Orange
burg h'eretofore given by us from the
report of the News and Courier con
tained some errors, and did not do fill
justice to the Winnsboro participants.
The following is correct:
On the first day at the ball match,
Orangeburg won the first place with
43 out of 50 balls, Winnsboro with 41,
dividing second money with Charles
ton. In the ball sweepstakes, Hall, of
Charleston, won first money; Center,
of Winnsboro, second. In the second
ball match, Charleston was first, and
Winnsboro aid St. Matthews tied for
second,_Winnsbor'o wvinning the tie.
Oin the second day, Winnsboro won
the pigeon match, $70. The pigeon
sweepstakes, three birds, $33, was
won, after a hot contest, by II. B. Mc
Master, of Winnsboro; T. II. Gibl~es,
of Columbia, second. In this sweep)
stakes the birds wore exhlausted, and
the contest wvas finally decided with
glass balls. The bali swveepstakes,
$22, was won by Mr. R. J. McCarley,
Major Henry TIhompson, of Spartan
burg, (not Major uigh 8. Thompson,
as-we htl1i!,) w.inning second money.
To recapitulate ' Winsb~oro -Won
tihe pigeon match, took secon~d mnonme
in one ball match, and divided second
money ini another; while of the single
sweep~stakes, Mr. McMaster wen: one,
Mr. McCarley won another, andl Mr.
Center took second money iln a third
Mr. Elder made the best score of the
teaml in the b~all match-nine balls
and he, as well as Mr. Wallace, shot
off several ties. Al together Winiins
boro acquittedC herself handsoinely1
and brought off- lots of glory and the
lion's share of tile prtizes,
To the uni4itiated, it is as well to
state that in the sweepstakes, when
several tie for first, one gets it, and
the others get nothing, the second
moneoy go ig to opae of those wvho
s(core tihe next highest numtber in the
two oigina sweepstakes. Thus, i
totefor first, the second mJoney
goes to tile third.
Our Correspondent on the Wing-- Sovio A.
corrnt of a Very Pleasant Picnic.
DUMPERd's CHIEEK, June 20.-On Sat
urday last, yorir' reporter, with Is
friend, W. J. K., Esq., attended a pic
Inic at Buckheadi, bly virtue ot anm invi
tation. In traveling along the way
some good growing crops ruay be see-n
on the banks of thle Bushy Fork and
LI ttle River, which, by tile way, ar'e
very "little," the streams being scarce
ly large enoughl to water a horse. At
abont 10.80 a. in. we found oturselves
at. the neat realdence of Mr. D. M
IA select party had gathered, and were
en~joying themselves playing croquet,
wvhiich was kept tp till dinner wva an
nlowneled, when the crowd retired to
a pleasanmt, shady spot, wVhere the good
Igirls, with the kind assistance of Mrs.
B-, spread out an abundi~anmce Of
manly good thlingsy~ anld thle "Iwaner
mnan" wvas filled to' thie satisfaction of
every one jfbeent.- A little' rminsic
from the violin was kidly give- by
Nfr. C--, Jr., which was appreciated
very highly. Some -little studenits,
now uinder thme ab~le instruotioni of
Mrs. RI--,-honored the occasion with
their presence. The* evening was
passed in pladng croquet, and for fear
that the word will not Imply tile entire
sighil can'cB, I willi add "coqutte'
No Inthid~katlon, noJulldozing or shot.
gun pnllen, butalI was fair; yebw Boine
vlery/ fair, except Mr.. Johnnie, who
took himself in a carrlag that went in
the d~rgo o h vi def~i..-..,
nast and iman tunhe dai funs..
Should he nevo return to the place of
his cativity, wo. would cordially. re
connend him to the Christian care
and i'ellowship of the good people of
Monticello. As the setting sun drew
this happy day notir'toa close, the
crowd, one by one, dispersed, until
the spot where mirth tado the woods
ring grew silebkt 9s the grave, and we
left our kind host Itnagining why it
was that there Was not a Mrs. M
left to amuse him in his lonely home.
There were not as many young ladies
present as was anticipated; cause-In
disposition and inconvenience of the
season. Sunday being the next day
service was held at Salem chuich. A
good serinon, as is usual, was preached
by. an able piastor. Fromi here the
"Jedge" and myself left (he kind peo
pleof Salem, hoping ore long to visit
thein again. VIDurrm.
-During a recent storm in Miine
sota two inches of rain fell in thirteen
-Sometimes a li(tle assistance at the
right time will eiable the system. to
throw off an attack which might oth
orwise result fin serious sIckness.
Aver's Pills should alwavs be kept at
hand, and promptly taken for the re
lier of slight ailments, before they be
come formidable disenscs. *
OFFo COUNTY C(oMMSIOWER.s
- WINNs1ono, June 21, 1881.
EALED proposals for rebnilding
S "fBrown's Bridge" aeroms Little River
will be-receive I r t this office for thirty
ava fr-im date. Pins and specifications
may be seen at the TreasurAr's office.
None but fir4-clisn timiber to be used,
iin work and bridge to be war''nnted for
twelve months by bond with two approv
ed sureties-names of sureties to accom
rany bid. The t'omimissionoer rw' rve
the right to reject any and all bids, if in
t1eir opinion the public interests de
The timbers of the old bridge w ill be
sold at the bridge on Friday the 224 of
July at 10 o'clock. a. in , to the highest
bidder. Termi maivlo known ni lay of
sale. JAS. It. HARVEY.
Jun 21-tlx4 Ch m. B 1. C. C.
A WOMAN to cook for a small family,
and make horself generally useful. Ap
ply at this oic--. jun 13-tt
ARRIVING DAILY-STAPLE AND
OALL~ .ANDI S]EE
MY elegant Syrups-white as honey
at only FIFTY CENTS per GALLON, tbG
cheapest ever sold in t'own,
IN rear of my Grocery. of the purest
Liquors and Wines, Portner's 'livoli
Beer, always ON ICE, nnd will bo delhv
ered at any residence-in TOWN AT ONE
DOLLAR PER DJZEN.
FIN EST TE~N CEN TS and FIV E C F.NTS
Cigar in Town. Give themi a trial.
'FRESH CRAB APPLE CIDER
'OM1E ./LYD SEE ME.
W. H. Don1gs
One door South of F. Elder.
FROM THE WRECK
One Tire Plate, one Tire Behder
one Tire Shrinker, three Screw
Plates, one Bellows, oneO Anvil, one
Vise. One Boxing Machine, cosi
$18.00, will be sold for $10.
Ljots of Oval, half Oval" Round,
Band, Squaire and Tire Iron i H~ubs,
Spokes, Rims, Carriage Bolts, Tire
Bolts and all manner of castings.
TO BE SOLD REGA RDLESS OF
ULYSSE1 G. DEiSPORLTES.
may 14__ __
Aunrr on's Orricp,
MAv 9, 1^'8I,
r I'HE' books of thin office will be open
from Jnne lst to Juml. 2". 1881, to
receive returns of prhtonal pro perty ow'.
ed by each taxpayor on the let- slay of
June. All male persons between the ages
of twenty- one and sixty years are liable to
poll-tax, and will report accordinuly.
For the noo'onmmodation of taxpayers I
will be at the following places on the
days specified for the purpose of receiv
ing returns, viz.:
IWoodward's, from the arrival of freight
train, J'nn 8th, to dopartuure of south
bonnd passenger train Jaine 9th.
Whito Oak, June 10.
Durham's, Juno 11.
Caldwell's Storo, June 13.
Gladden's Grove, Juno 14.
Rtidgeway, Jnnme 15 andl~ 16,
Bear Creek, June 17.
Blythueiood, Jumae' 18.
e(nningR' Smore, Juno 20'.
J enkina~ville, June 2.
Montfuelo, Juine 22 and' 23.
Buckhead, June 27.
leasterville, June 28 and 26.
Please take notice that the offiee in
Winnsboro will. I e "closed durIig my
absee at the above appointmeonts, and
o6pen on all ether days'during the ap
mai1049 Auditor Fw. c.
WE, the nndersgncd, respoetfully in
form tl'o citizens of WINN ABORO ani
vicinity tlt, w6 1. .'e llEMOtV.D to
And are now in receipt nf a full line o
new and desirable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODE
Which we will sell at the lowest price.
Laces and Embroiderics, which wo offer a
accordingly low prices,
We respectfully ask the attention of tl
Ladies to our entirelv now fresh
stol ot these igoods. ,
English Swiss, Plain and Plaided Nan
sooks, Piques, in gr(at avarioty.
Ladies' Lace Scarfs, Ties and Pows, al
fifteen cents, worth thirty-fivo cents.
BEAUTIFUL SPIRING SUITS
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
For MUN, YOUTHS and BOYS,
MADE TO ORDER.
Suits made to order at very ;ow prices,
SAM1'LES ON EXHIBITION.
Pe balldookor .& Bra4
(W~orLn1 ON WHITF. SPOOL~S,)
GEORGE A. C!LAfl,
400 BRIOADWAY, NN~W YORiN
Since tho introduction of this Spor
C'otto' into the American market. itns no
cess has bent i unrecede nted. No othe
.brandl of thread hias ever met with th
same tunount of pubhid inv.>r in the sam
spaco of time.
Tb'lo "O. N. T" manulfatturers w ere th
tirst to recogpi..Ibe impjortance of th
sewing Miachino ani i in aks a six-tir
cotton, which has ever been iho recog
nizedr stand(ard for machbines..
All the imuprovemntna in machiner
that the inventive genins of the ninl
teeth centary has prodnd~ed have boo
adapted by the mannifacturersof "O.N.T.
At all thme gehat. Jnternamtional Fairs oi
thme world. "0. N. T." hmas been awiardo
the highest honors.
'Ihto 'O: N. T." facto'ries tat Nowari
N. .J., and Paislet, Scot'amnd, ernmplo
5,200( operative~s-- muake sniflcelnt thren
daily' to go around the wocrldl four tm~ues.
Consumme 140i tonts of coal daily.
Tihe maanufaictumrers oft "O. N. T." at
thme lacrgest ;manuactuiers of Spool Cbi
ton in the world.
A full apiortment of~ this Spool Cotton
can ho had att whiolesna and retatil at J1. M,
IJEATY & CO. 'S. fob 22i fxt~m
WINNS~OIRO, S. C
.ENLARBE AND DEVELOP 1his FORM,
df Shak*o1 m nja' re aueo 1
Berier & Enll
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL.
LAR FER DOZEN.
HALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
TYFIVE CENTS PER DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNED
CL ARET PUNCHES,
F. W. HABENICHT.
NEW AND DESIRABLE SPRING
CHEAP AND PR11TTY SimiING
BLACK and colored CashmiereR, Al
paeasfl, Mohairs, Momiec Cloths, Grena
dineIs, JBuntin1gs, I limani (lot hs.
LAWNS, M usins, Linens;8nuitings,
Pigne, G inghiams, Calicoes, Nainasooks.
ASK to see "'Renfren" Oinighamsii.
Cassi mores, Jeanis, Cottonades antd
-BLEACILi)t, Browvn htud Plaid
e TAlBLE Linen, Doylies; Towels.
e Sheeting, Pillow Casing.
* IF ANY TODY WANTS A GOOD
hAT for a little moey, let themn
call on mie i Nobby line of Stra w h ats
Soj iig.- --
rIF ANY MAN OR IUOY WANTS A
t SUIT of good, pretty, niobby, ebar-i
:ing Spring Clothes, let thetn call on
IF ANt~ AA, WOMAN (GR CLILD
WANTS a yahir 'f Shioes, chaapb let
e tlcem call on mec and get thoem.
'THOSE SIINTLANi)MHIAWLS ARE
A IIEAUTIFUL Line of Lace.q,
- IHamburgz Edgings and Inisertions, Cot
GENTiS' Silk and Linen liandker
L A DlIES' Lineni JHemj-titched Hand.
GENTS', Ladics', Misses' and Chil
dreni's R ose.
GEN''S' Ai~f LADIEs' SCARFS.
EC.OLLA RS and Cuffs, Rlufling, Etc.,
BUT W HAT IS THlE USE TIIYING
.TO mention everything in the Store?
Jntst come anid see me, thatt is all, anud
I will make It pay you.
AS nsual, Is well atockecd with all
thim necessaries, anud a fewv of the luxa
ries, of life, that Is, in the eatinug line.
But If you shontd n'eed any hardware,
erockery, glassware or wooden ware,
why I can supply you.
SO IDOl'T FbRGET TO CA LL ON
AL 1UGE~ 106 of the cheapest Toilet
.7.Soap for the price ever iought to
Winsboro. 0a11 And be corDincedF.
MorASTER&, BRIICE & KJETUINl.
WORTH of goods to be sold regaR
money, and do not bolieve in carryin
prices, and without fear of criticism I
5000 yards of Colored Lawns at
3000 yards of Corded Jaconot at
2000 yardsi of Lace Buntings, in
18 and 21 conts. These goods are w,
25 pieces White Pique to be cloE
14 and 21 cents, worth double the nI
Damask, reduced to 21. 42 and 57 coi
at t9 cnts. tho best value in tho mark
at Now York COST
This department, to enume iate tlt
at low prices, would not only surpris,
extraordinary wimo compotitors. Nii
calico dresses, at the astonishing low
from 10 cents. Keep your skipp ers h
small lots to our cnstomers. 'went
5 cents ipor dozen. Fifty lboxes slatc
per box. One hundred dozen spool 4
hunci ed dozen spool cotton, warrant
dred boxes of stuve polish at fivo con
Mason's blacking at 3j cents. Eagle
per ball. 191) bottles of shoe dressin
shirts, something nice, at 30 cents 1
Don't fail to ask for these goods. 30
cakes of Turkish Bath Soap, at 5 ce
(LOCKS, CASTORS AND VASE
each. Warranted to run six months
duced to 75 cents. Something nice-i
vases at. half their original value
TOBACCO, TOBA CcO-ron boxc
received, it 33., 41. 63, up to Weddi
JARS, JAtS-500 gallons of cartl
Don't, pay 20 cens per gallon any im
oil in the place. amd bu-ying ih larger
ducements by the barrei or live galloi
Ion, by the gallon 18A cents.
This is a hPECICAL DlI1VE to rcil
ACCOUNT in my store cannot have 1
PIIICVS These goods vill only be
~DO~VQ\r- before the goods lea
J. L. MIM
T -t T .Ma7
STHREADING SHUTTL ,
s WINDING DOBBI
AND' IN FA(wr
A. & A. G. ALF3RD,
D A fLMORa T?, It').
Combine the cho cst calthartlc pr incIples
in miedicin1e(, In proportions accutrately ad
JULr te seenre activity, certainty, and
ulniformnity of 'e~it. They are the result
of years of careful stuidy'ahd 'iractical ox
perimnent, and are the mlost e ffetta'. p
edy yet d isicovere~d for d isensus caused le
derangement of thel stomach, liver, a~nt
bowels, wvlisch require prompt andi effoc
taa treatmlenit. Asan's Prtr.s are spe
cinlly ap~plicabhle to tisi cilass of dliseases.
They act directly on the digestive and
assimiilative proceses, and restore regn:.
lar healthy action. Their extentsivo use
by physicians in their practice, andi by
all civilized tnations, is one of the natny
proofs of their valuie as a safe, sure, andII
Iperfectly rel ial~e puirgativ I entedicine.
Becing comnpontded of. the concentrated
Virtues of purely vegetable substances,
they arc positively free frbm calomnel or
any injurious pro torties, and can ho
adlministeredI to cildren with perfect
Avzm's Prtts are an effectual cure for
~onstipation) or Costiventess, Indi.
onol,IDyspepsia, Loss of Apnetite,
oul Stomach An Breath, "Dzzi.
neoss, lhendache, Loss of Metmtry,
Nutmbmess, 11litusness, Jaulntd ice
Rhleumat ism, Eruptions an~d Skiji
Dilseases, D~ropsy, Titmoera, 'Worms,
Neuralgia, Cole, Oripes, Diarrhwan
)ysentory, (Gont, l'iles, Disorders of
tihe Liver, and all other disoans result
ing from a disordered state of thte digesa
As a Ditmner Pill thtey htave no equal.
Wlegentle in thitlr aetion, thtese
110sae h most thtorough and search-.
ing cathartic that can lhe emuployed, and
t2overgive p'aln unaless the hls0V1 are in
Stamned, and thten thte Ir infhuence is hleal,
ing. rThey sttimlalte the appetite and
digestiv'e organs; they operate to purify
and enrich the blood, anid impart ros
Aewed health and vigoi' to the wyhole
PREPARED BY OR. i. d. AVER & CO,,
P'ractical and Analytical Ohomlists,
SOLD IT ALL DBUOolo'Ts ZVZaYWMSIII
SEEDS THAT SURPRISE!
TlT~fl F AUIRSin' "26NANZA."
tr x n a 10vin rtito frmi I . ellor ng
l <>en otnin m(ba t fesa .chen9
For iil l ta . S ed.15c. t ,ipr bn
aue rn~ on.It ir d coart ar
ev r ai' In 1. .,tro ucte t. cris o-r
he olit h ro~I ch napaa? Utnpx
a apr.Al the b oe ser bonrjt fUsqte
Ad1rss (1. N, 4lh,8Pt's O.Aania, ea.
llatneeu iXu H~.W (M- aleo) -t~ Mae
T, - 7
dless of COST. As I must han
over summer giods% X quote my
dl1MNAUGH MUST LE AD.
a vai iety of new- designs, at 14, 13.
Drth at least twenty per cent. more.
od out at New York cost, at Ot, 9, 1l1
:ney elsewhere. Five pieces Table
its. 2,000 yards bleached shirting
et. Five pieces 91 and 10J shirting
4ME T46T L.WR a
various articles in it which I bought
D my customors but even soine of my
it hundred dozen rubber buttons, for
price o?.24 cents per dozen, reduced
ume-theso goods wo will sell only in
y five gross pearl buttons, line 26, at
pecils, 100 in a box, at A0 cent
totton at 1 cent per 'sool. Ono
(d 200 yards, at 2j cents.' 0O hiah
I.s per box. Five hundred .boxes of
& Phonix ball thread at 24 curta
g at 8 , cents per bottle 285 calicc.
25 unlaundried shirts at 50 cents.
D towols reduced to 5 cents. 500
its per cako, elsewhere get their
S-25 clocks just received at 8125
or money refunded. 44 castors re-.
n castors at $1.00. A big lot of
s of different grado of tobacco just
ig Cake at 75 cents per pound.
Ion jars at 121 cents per gallon.
iig tiho largest contract of kerosend
(1uantities, I can offer special in -
is. .By the barrel 15 cents per gal
LcO my stock, and pariep having an
helise goods CRAIGED at these
sold at those prices ( I
ve the STORE.
r! tU;ADER OF LOW PRICES1
Lauaraan_ Oa f iva.
ioa ai Old Gov. ,y avBloasted;
TeasR, Black, 11m1perial, (4ttlh Wdt:
Peats, Peaches Pinotp. Toa~
~lia andI Tukr Sardisc, &c i.itrPo
serves, Pin 110ead Qat Meaul, Coopet
Gela tinle; M ustard, Black Pp)poi- andc
Uildivin Citatup. Crosus ; Ulaclk
woll's (;how Chow, Empjire Ch~ow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Fera
rilt's Worcestraire batcee;
J. F. MtcMASTEli & 'D0;
Free to Everybdy
A BEAUTIFUL4 BOOK for tN ASKING
By Aplying pon'alaIf At thes .nAaro*g
oflicoof TilE liIN0XR liANUJ'ACTURl
ING C~O-(Orhy .postual card if et a dia
tan'ee) ay ADULT porron will be pre.
n~fted with a bekutifully illustrated copy
of a Ifow Book eontitled
STORY of the SEWIN~G 1A01#
containing a han dsom6 ulild edstly hteel
engrbving frontigpiece. nlso. 2)8 tinely one
graved weed cuts, stud bound ion' el ab.
orato blue and gold lih bd cover.
No charge whatever Is nid fiis lAuid.'
r.omeo book, whinh canl be obMrW4 dunly'
by aplttiorn at the brat~nt ' sulborldI. N
nat ofces of The Singer ,Wiouincturlna 4
THE $1OE1R MAN WICTUINO C00.~ 9:
Prisip1 O e 84Ution &junaj $
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