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rOW -AND COUNTY.
TIL UltSDAY, June 80, 188.
TRIMs OF THE NEwS AND HEnALD.
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nature, should he addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company
Wiuneboro, S. C.
RArLUOAD SCIEDULE.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.28 p. in.;
south-bound, 4.28 p. m.; north-bound
freight, 9.05 a. m.; south-bound, 1.37
p. in. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
F. F. E. Company-J. E. McDonald,
Winnsboro National Bank-Thos.
K. Elliott, Cashier.
Town Ordiuance-E. S. Chandler,
-The park must be nearly finished
-"Wha.t are you going to do with
yourself on the 4th of July?"
-The session of Mt. Zion Graded
School closes to-day.
-"Have you aeon the cemet?" is the
prevalling question lhese days.
-The Winneboro National Bank
has declared a dividend of four dol
lars per share.
-All persons subjected to chills will
do well to call At this office whenever
attacked. It is so nice and warm up 1
-Ve are all very fond of mint
juleps and lemonades, and the weather
Is quite warm enough for such bever
-Mr. W. C. Rion returned home on
Wednesday fr:on Princeton College,
New Jersey. . We wish him a pleasant
-A dell.ious beverage-Water sev
al hours old drawn from a well that
contained two or three cats and a host
of frogs. All alive, of cour:se.
-'the Columbia Register speaks of
cantaloupes as big as your thumb.
Why we have seen them as big as
your two thumbs.
- -The Akoond of Swat has an addi
tion to his name, lie is called Akoond
of Swat alias G. 1. B. (Got it bad.)
-The archery club, comipo.ed of
several young ladies and gentlemen,
Is actively practising, and the members
are attainlig a considerable degr'ee of
- In tho absence of the local Editor
on business in Hampton, and that of
our "Occasional," who is sparking the.
girls at Du'O West this week, any short
comings must be excused.
-Winneboro has a first class base
ball club now, and clubs in any of thed
adjoining towns can get up a game by
challenging the "Carolinas.Z' They
will also accept challenges from the
-The town council seemis to be the
only organization that is making any
money these 'hard times." They
made twenty dollars on Wednesday
--We feel very sorry for Rock 11111,
-* If it Is as "dry," as when we last visit
ed the place. The people haven't had
any "rain-water" to drink in a good
while. The cropsiwere all drying up,
-A "Sociable" was given at the
residence of Mrs. Ketchin last night
which was hugely enjoyed by every
person present, especially @ those
who were fond of astronomy.
-The hot weather is telling on the
"Jack of Clubs", he don't weigh more
than two hundred pounids. i-e and
the sheriff had better jofin a side-show
and exhibit themselves as living skele
-We publish a pleasant letter from
an old pupil of Mr. Maturin's, giving
a grap~hle description of that gentle
mani. We must protest, however,
aga ist our correspondent's addition
of about ten years to the "Senior's"
-It will soon be time to take moon
light walks. Oh? how nice it is to
be with a sweet young lady on a beauti
ful moonlight night. There is always
something to talk about-counting the
meteors, for instance.
-The Citizens' Cornet Band made
'very sweet music while practising on]
Tuesday afternoonr. We hope they
will soon acquire that perfection they
they once had,
-"Says one lady of' color to anothi
or: "Oh Ca'line ! hoop-skirts is 1
comn' in do fashun ag'in, ain't you
Berry, 'cause dgy . cost more dan to.
"1)11-back." They saw seine of the
above-named articles in front of oaro
of the stores In tow n,.
-The Carolina base ball club of this
place are going to Chester to-damy to
play a matc)h-game wi~th the club of
that town. All they have to do Is to
play wvith -the some nnergy al skill
that they showed. While *platfi the
old "Nameless"hbine of this place last
week, and Chester is beat. The- score
of the the above garIse was thirty odd
to four, in fayor (fOdhe Caroliina..
-The ladies of the SpIscopal dharh
Ia will aMe another Iaw~n Party oW'the
!tl ofJuly at the residenee of Mr
Fnlo. 8. Reynolds.,. Thsie ladies seen
o take a delight in pleasing. the geti,
lemon,'and will have art abundance o:
(n)ice-cold dishes, which everybodl
will readily confess are very accepta
lo these warm nights. They guar
ee to "fheeze" you in' a' very shor
ime, and for a inere pittance. Thi
)ublic is cordially Invited to attend
Particulars as to when the gate wil
)Pl will be given In future.
Mr. Wyatt* D. Davis' died al
Rlidgeway on Wednesday, the 22nd o
fune, after a long Illness, of Bright'i
lisease, at tihe ago of sixty-four year
tid flve months. Mr. Davis had beei
mngaged in plantng all his life anI
vas a good citizen, respected and es
;oined by his neighbors. le nove
narried. Ills remains were interre<
it the Methodist churchyard at Ridge
,vay on Thursday. Peace to his ashes
WINNSBORO NATIONAL BANK.
13IS Bank having declared out of it
net earnings a semi-annual divi
lend of four dollars a share on its capita
itook, the same will be paid to its share
iolders on and after the first day of Juli
text. THOS. K. ELLIOTT,
Jun 30-ix1t Cashier
F. F. E. COMPANY.
HE regular monthly meeting of thl
Fairfeld Fire Engine Conpany wil
ic held in the Town Hall on Friday even
ng, at 8 o'clock sharp.
J. E. McDONALD,
jun 30 Secretary.
ITHIN the next week the Board o
llealth will inspect the differeni
>reinises. Citizens are requested t<
ake due notice and have a thorougi
4eaning up. Parties observing at an:
ime anything upon their neighbors
>remises that might jeopardise the public
ealth, tire expected to report the sam
vithout delay to the Board.
E. W. AIKEN. M. D.'
June 28 ( hin. Bd. Health.
ALE OF MORT AGED PROPERTY
N pursance of authority conferrei
f upon me by mortgage of persona
property, made by Daniel Dawkius an(
b.. Yongie. and dated the 11th day o
?ebrnary, 1881. I will offer for sale or
ruesday. the 6th day of July next, befor<
ho Court House door in Winnsboro, 'S
, at public ontcry, to the highest bid
tor, the following described persona
>roperty, to wit: One' bay mare mull
bout. 7 years old and about 14 handi
Juno 25 -titd . Mortgagee.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
BIDS will be received by the under,
signd to July 8th for the opening
nd grading of Palmer and Moultrii
treets from Garden Street t n i squar<
Vst to - Stret. An I for th. open
ng and grading of - - I'treet iron
3aimer Street south one s minre.
Also for building a pavement or side
valk on the western side of Main or Con
cross Street from the southern extremit
,f the lot of the Rev. J. M. Todd, to tip
'ailroad crossing, fronting lot of T. K
Council require good and suficien
bond for the faithful perfornmnce of con
.ract, and reserve to themselves the righ
greject any or all bids.
Bly order of Council:
E. 8. CH ANDLER,
jurfe 25.-tta Clork.
['O RAIsE SUPPLIEs FOR TIlE MUNICIPAl
BEB IT EN!ACTEDl ANDORIN
~ho Town of Winnsboro, S. C., in Counci
net, and by the authority of the same:
That, for the purpose of raising supplie
for the year commencing April 1st, 1881
mrd ending Aril 1st, 1882, a tax for th
sumnseand in the manner hereinafter man
bioned shall be raised. and paid into th.
breasury of said town for the use and ser
vice thereof, that is to say: 1,wo and a hal
(24) mills ad ,alorem upon every dollar o
he real and personal property within th<
lorporate limits of the town of Winns
bore, two dollars (32) to be paid by ever'
naal inhabitant of said town between thi
Iges of sixteen and fifty years (ceep
afty (60) active nmembers of each fir
30mpany) in lieu of working upon th
streets of said town, and three (cl) pe
3ent. upon the amount of alt ales at auc
tion. All taxes assessed and payable un
her this Ordinance shalt be paid in th<
bollowin gkinds of funds and no other
3old and silver coin, United Stator owt
rency and National Bank notes. All taxei
issessed herein, shall be duo and payable
eotween the 1st day of October and thi
il0th day of November, 1881, 'inclusive
nd all taxes remaining duo afid unpaii
>n the 1st day of' Decembr 1881, shalib,
:ollected by distress or otheruwise, as pre
ceribied by law, together with all loga
~osts. All persons owning pr'operty ir
ho corporate limits of the said town o:
Winnsboro are required, between the 15t1
lay oi Juno and the 1st day of August,
881, to make a sworn return of said
iroport ' to the Town Clerk, arid the said
I'own Clerk is hereby required, wvhr I
)rp. ray-hiodrs fail or reinse to snald
taid sworn return, to add fifty (50) pe1
entumn to the return of the previous mu,
Done in Concil this the 21st day o:
iuno, under the corp~orate seal of 'said~
JOHN J. N~I.J,,
A ttests E. 8. CnANwn,
MAY 9, 1881.
HEII books of this offie-e will be oper
..fron June 1st to Juif 20, 1881, t<
.eceive returns of personal property own,
id by each tax~payer on the 1st day of
rnno. All male persons between the agot
if twonty- one and sixty years are liable te
>oll-tax, and will repiort accordingly.
For the acoomnmodation of taxpayers
vil be at the following places on thle
lays specified for the purpose of receiv
ng return., viz. :
Woodward's, from the arrival of freight
rain, Juno 8th, to departare of south.
ioundl passenger train Jane 9th.
White Oak, June 10.
Durham's, Juno 11.
Cald woll's Store, June 19.
Gladden's Grove, Julte 14.
Rtidgeway June 16 and l8,
Bear Creeit, June 17. --
Blythewood, June 18.
Jennings' Store, June 20.
Jenkienuville, June 2'.
Monticello, June 22 and 28.
Buekhoad, June 27.
Feasterville, June 28 and 20.
Please take notiee that the office Ir
,innsbgro will to elsed during m:
ibaenceat te above appointments, ant
>pen cin all other days during the ap
nay 1(-tfj . Auditor F. 0.
-S8mberibe to Tut )Tzswa AJm
JAT OUR HOUSE
4 TUE MOST .
CHOICE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
f LEMONADES and
OLD VIRGINIA MINT JULEPS.
TRY THE CELEBRATED
FRESH A.'D COOL.
may 8 Next door to W. R. Doty & Co.
IS called to my fresh and well.,
selected stock of
I have just opened a splendid as..
of first quality and full weight.
Apples, Baked Beans, Pineapple,
Peaches, Succotash, Salmon, Toma.
toes, Sardines, Mustard. .
ROBINSON'S IMPORTED OAT..
Condensed Milk, ."Ocean Gem"
Mackerel in 5 lb. cans.
in bulk, as good as packages, and
A palatable beverage for invalids as
well as persons in health, and highly
recommenned by physicians as a
diet for children.
I DO NOT close at six o'clock. A
share of the public patronage is
R. M. IUEY.
(WiOUND ON Warra Sroots.)
400 BROADWAY, KEW YORK,
Since the introduction of this Spool
Cottoo into the American market, its sue
cess has been unpjrecedented. No other
,brand of thread has ever riet with the
3ame amount of public favor in the same
space of time.
The "O. N. T " manufacturers were the
first to recognize the importance of the
Sewibg Machine and to make a sia-cord
r cotton, wbiob has ever been the recog
nized standard for machines.
All the improvements in machinery
that the inventiv-e genius of the nine.
teeth century has produced have bnn
adapted by thonmanufacturers of "O.N.T."
At all the great International Fairs of
the world, "0. N. T." has been awarded
the highest honors.
Ihe -'O. N. T.'' factories at N~ewark,
N. J., and~ Paisley, Scot'and, employ
6,200 operatives- make sufficient thread
daily to go around the world four tienes.
Consume 140 toba of coal daily.
The manufacturers of "0. N. 'I'." are
the largest manufactturers of Spool Cot
ton in the worl.
A full sseortment of this Spool Cotton.
can be had at wholesale and retail at J. Mf
BEATY & CO.'R. feb 22-tx6mn
FaESH URODERIES I
UGA RSassorted. Coffees, Rio,
Lguaraand Old Got Jata.
Rio and Old Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, Tmperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hyson,
Pears, Peaches, Pineaps,'To'
-muatoes, Salmon, Corned Be, Dviled
IIRam and Turkey, Sardines &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, Ginger Prea
serves,PFin head Oat Meal, Coopel
Gelatine, Mustard, Blaek Pepper and
Bald win Catenp, Ctess & Black
well's Chow Chow, Efnpire C how
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Worcestershire Sauce.
JaF. MvMASTEBl & CO,
8EEO8 TI1AT StURPRS8I!
' eU RaMUaS' -sOia*SA.
fmey bi n ever grew here, deit1 eoe
snot n. bel 4an al ee..a
be a *rcest hamat r~el.~
ustd a sy Nsl a e
in thetth wh other
n.'aog 19t. .A, Ii-.3
Berginer & Enel
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL
LAR FER DOZEN.
HALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX-.
TY-FIVE CENTS PER DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNEDJ
SUMMER BIE VERAGE.
F. W. HABENICHT.
THE BEST REMEDY
Diseases of the Throat aRlBL.
A~YE R'S ,,I,"o'."****r
asafe aui rol able
is such a orened
* coeination of the
CH ERRY peandcrtv
drusg of mia C
v-roer ast t iaur
1/ ble efflciency and
PEC TOR L. 's*'N'ti '
the fotindation of all pulmonar iseases,
afforing prorpt relief and rapi cures6
younest childrn taktoyit readil. In
ordinaty COSu I Colds1 Sore T aroat r
Sore Throa, Astha, roup an~
Catarrh, the effects of AvanI's C IEnfa
are annually peevd fron sriou i11
bens by its tiely and faithful lIse. It
ol for the protcon it afforlads i sd.
en attacks. In Whooping sough and
so efficacious soothing ad helpfrumld
Low prices are induceinonts to try
some of the maan mixtresver asyudps
ents, now offered, which, as they conJ
fain no curative cuali'ies, cati afford
dispoit te patient. Dins~es of the
effective teatment; and itis d anod
experimsentin withi unknown and chea
these diseases may, whiie so trifled with,
becone deeply seated or incurable. Use
may confidently expct the best tesulta.
ob, rb it. ~re Stof alisi
al pulmonary comiaints not already
beyohd the reach of bun aid.
eREPARED qY DR. 1. O. AYER & eo.
Praetical and Analytical Chemists,
HAVING determined to "CLOS!
OtiT" our stook of Spring Dress
Goods, we offer gota f'rom~ this date i
unusual bargains in samne. We have
a complete line of those goods, and.
parties will do well to call, examine
and price those before purchasing..
We would also call your attentioin to
our litxe of F'ancy Muslin and Linen
Lawns, In white goods we~ are "Fufl
Up." Otir libe of these goods con..
sists of Linen Lawns, Victorig
Lawn., Bishop Lawns, Plaio, Plaid
and Striped Nainsooks, Jaconets,
Camibrics, Pfeques, Plain and Plaid
Swissj &o., &c. Laces, Laces,
Laces. Edgings, Edgings,- Edg
angs. AD ~ O
MMASTER. RTi'mD h r~h
GLADDEN HOTE I.
WE, the undersigned, rospeotfilly in
orm the citizens of VINNsBORO and
ricinity that we have REMOVk.D to
Lnd are now in receipt of a full line of
new and desirable
3PRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Vhich we will soll at the lowest -prices
Aces and Embroideries, which we offer at
accordingly low prices.
Wo respectfully ask the attention of th
Ladies to our entirely now frosh
stock of those goods.
;nglish Swiss, Plain and Plaided Nan.
sooks, Piques, iD great Variety.
ladies' Lane Scarfs, Ties and Pows, at
fifteen ocnts, worth thirty-fivo cents.
1EAUTIFUL SPRING SUITS
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON I
For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS.
MADE TO ORDER.
uits made to order at very low prices.
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
. Laldockr & Bro.
?ree to Everybody!
L BEAUTI1"UL BIOOK for the ASKING
flice of TI E SINGE MNUFare .Jt
NG CO. (br by postal card if at a dis
ance) ahy ADULTr person will be pre
entedl with a beautifully illustratod copy
*f a New Book ontitled
TORY of the SEWING MHi4ind
ontaining a handsoine anud costly &teol
ngraving frontispieco. also. 28 finely en
raved wood cuita, and bound in an elab
raite blue and gold hithograiphed cover.
lo charge whteyer is nao (or this hand.
omno boowk. which dan >e obtatined only
y applicationi at the branch and subordi
ate offides of The Singer Manufacturing
'HE SiNGEit MANdfFACTU1RIG CO.
Principal Office, 34 Union Sqnaare,
may 17-1y Now York.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
CLEGANT SECOND STOCK OF
300DS, WHICh IS ItAbi FOR
[HE lhANDSOMEST LINIAf OlF
Ladies' Nckwoar inl tho City,
LDHE BEST STOCK OF WIT
Goods inl Tomtn
LGIR'f. for the DALiSHEIMER
3ROSo OF PiltADELPHIA,
FINE LADIES SHOER.
3ARtGAINS inr dtNTS', YOUTHS'
AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
i Nonetion with the Buggy and
.Spring Wagon business, I have for
at the wsl4-known
'arm Wagon. My one horse-wagons are
on pled the same as a two-horme wagon,
front bounds and rocking hr'ok'ter.
Sted for' twelie morliken
J. 1%. 0W1YIMINGS,
O. DooloYj & Fanlt
WILL IAKE, FOR THE NEXT 60 D
$850 SQUARE GRAN. I
STYLE 3 1-2 C
our new patent overstrung scale, beautiful
large fancy mouldiug round case, full Iron
mers; in faet every improvement which can
instrument has boen added.
rvOur prieo for this instrument boxod ani
New Yok, with fine Piano Cover, Stool and
This Pino will be sent on test trial. P1
money with ordcr. Cash sent with order a
by us both ways if Piano is not just as rept,
in use. Send for Catalog to. Ever instru
$100 to $40 (witi
PI ANO) lass and sld at
made one cf tho finest dimplalvs at the Cent
recommended for the HIGHEST HONORS
Scale, the greatest improve'nent in the hist
scale Uprights are the fineHt in America.
Pianos, of the richest tone and greatest dul
highest musical authorities in the country.
fled purchaser. All Pianos and Organs set
U.NBATISPAoTORY. Don't fail to write ts befo
bargains. Piano Catalogue mailed free.
Piano Catalogue of fifty pages mailed for si
mnted for fiye years.
"OIENTAL," Style 09, is the handsomest,
ever'on'ered the musical publio. It contain
DeleAte, Diapason, Sub-Bass and Celestina.
viz.: Melodfa, Celeste. (a charming .-top,) I
Porte, Celeste-Forte, Expression, Treblo-C
Drgan, (Wbich throws on the entire power i
3well, Left Knee Stop and Grand Swell. F
boxed, 350 lbe. 'lhe case is of solid walnul
nutircly new and beautiful design, elaborat
laizip stands. fretwork, &c., all elegantly fit
limprovemonts, m ith great power, depth; br
Beautiful aolo effects and stop nction. Reg'
ash price to have it introduced, with stool
wile others. Positively no deviation in prl
ully tested the organ in your own home.
l4 pay fr'ight both ways if instrument is i
iontain no "Bogus" sets of Reeds, or "Dui
Make no misrepresentations, and guarantee
'UtLLY WAISPANTED for five years. Other sty
)ver ;14,000 sold, and every Organ has give:
rACTORY AND WAREROOMS, 8
SHEET MUS I C:
antalogue includes most of the popular mui
ioiposition, by the best authors. Addre
MENDELSSOHN PIANO C0
WOR'Ti of goods to be sold regar
money, and do not believe in carrying
prices, and without fear of criticiani b
5000 yaids of Colored Lawns at'
8000 yards of Cordel Jaconet at
2000 yards of taice Butitirige, in i
18 and 21 cents. These goods are *t
25 piocos White Piqub to be clo3
14 and 21 cents, *orth double the tnc
Damask, reduced to 21, 42 aid 51 cet
at 9 cents the best value in the marki
at New York COST
'This departniehbto Id nuinerate the
at low prites, would not only &urj rial
exti-abrdih~arg eise nomnpetiwdrs. Nm
calio dressus; at the astonishing low
from 10 cents. Keep your skipperb ha
small lots to our customers. Twent
5 cents pai- d~oens FPiftyv boxes slate
per box. Otie hundred dozeno ol ia
hundlrod dozen ipool dto wa-at
dred boxes ofstovb p ooli alray tn
Nafaon's blacking at di c~hth. Eagle
per ball. 199 bottles of shoe dressing
shirts, something nice; at 20 cents
Don't fail to ask for these goods. 801
cakes of Turkish Bath Soap~ at 5 cei
CLOCKS, CASTORS AND VASE
each. Warranted to run-six montbs
d1uced to 70 cents. Somnethihg nide i
vases at half their original values
TOBACCO, TOBACUO2-Teui bofe
received, at 3, 44, 63, up fto Weddit
JARS, JARtS--500 gallons di earti
Don't pay 20 cenitA per gallon any mo
all in the place. and buying in larger
:luements by the barrel bt M.e gallaI
lo1, by the gallon 184 cobts.
This is a bPECIA L DRhIYT tb i-ed:
A.CCOUNT in my store cannot have I
PRICES Th~ese goods will onliy be
DO'YF.T9 before the goods loai
. IL. MIM
SE WINO MAGHIlNE
MII1 ADANc hkT TI.
ELEGANT IN FINUSNI,
AND IN FAOr
A. & A. G. ALFUIleI
'o. 23 South Oalvert StroM,
ELNAMU ,EW5LRY CIHJAV.
WeWat terolwigunertoep ffrsfo a
aot imen et ner sn lactejtlmsagI
ngcad aL'.eI r
accr ot lot'. agre4slpae
9 PIANO CO.
AYS ONLY, A GRAl) *FFI 01 ..
'I4O FOR ONLY $$40
cent rosewood ease elegantly finished,
71 Octavelr, full patent cantante *grft
carved lop and lyre, hear merpentle an.
Framue, French Grand Actio Grand ea
in any way tend to the pe lion of the
I delivered on besd a $245.00
3eek, only $ 4 .0
DaR send reference if you do not Bend
ill be refunded and freight oharges paid
esented in this advertisement. Thousands
mont fully warranted for five years.
Stool, Cover and Book). All sttlwod firot
vholesale factory prices. These Pianos
Bnnial Exhibition, and were unanimottely
The squares contain our New Pattent
cry of Piano making. The new patent
Positively we wake the finet Upright
ability. They are recommended by the
Ov'r 14,000 in use, and not one dissatis.
t on 15 days' test trial-i hEIonT FruE 1
ro buying. Positively we offer the best
Handsome Illustrated and Deicriptive
I cents stalAnp Every Piano fully war
NS Our New Style Jubilee Organ
in Japanese Case, called the
tastiest and sweetest toned Parlor Organ
s 6 Octaves, 6 sote of Reeds, via.; Melodia,
Also Fifteen Beautiful Stops, as follows,
la pason, Sub-Bass, Echo, Dulcet, Melodia
'ou ley, Celestina, Bass-Coupler, Grand
>I the instrument,) light Knee Stop and
leight, 70 in.; Width, 24 in.; Weight,
t, veneered with choice woods, and is of an
aly o'rved, with panels, music eloset,
ished. Possesses all the latest and best
illiancy and sympathetic quality of tone.
ular retail price $270. Our wholesale net
and book, only $8's--as one organ sold
Cc. No paysnent required unfil you have
We send all organs on 15 daya test trial
ot as represented. Positively, our Organs
nmy" stops. as do tuany others. We -
honest and fair dealing, or no sale.
les $35. $50, $57. $65 $70, $75, $85, etc.
a the fullest satisfaction. Organ Catalogue
7th STRtEET and loth AVENUE.
it one-third price. Oatalogue of 3.000
>hoioe pieces sent for 3o. stamp. This
lio of the day and every variety of musical
,, P. 0. Box 2068, New York City.
3ies of COST. As I must have
over summer goods, I quote w
hIMNAUGH MUST LEAD.
I vatioty of o* desighs; at 14, 1
ytth at lenst twetity pet' cot, mord
bd out at Now Yo cost, at .t, 9, 11j
>nby elsewheres. Five .pieceh Tabl)
its. 2,000 yardh bleachted shirtin
it. Five pieces 9* and 10* shirt
varloith ar'tices fui it Whidch I bougid,
amy customers blit even soie of zIti
1s hundred dozen rubber blittohsi fo~
price of 2k cente per doieil; 'teduea
eie-tlhe god-W will sollh'Ily id
v flvt3 grruss pearl butttnie,'line -26; %t
.poeilI; 100 iti in box, 'at- 20- ot
-.otton at 1. echtL per spool. -One
bd 20 gartln, at 2k cents. Oho hiun -
ts per bot. FiWr ahhe d boxes o~
&- Phdahix baullf~ih,d at 2* eetu
g; at 8* cents jdl-'ottle 285 'N W
125 unlaundried -shii'ts at 60 'i
3 towele reditied to 5 ednts. '00
its per uae olsewhiere. gdt their
Sa-25 clocks just ;redohed att $1 d
or money refunded. 44i euitors ru.
bi castors at $1.00. A big lot of
s of difereint gi-ades dii tobacco just
g (,ake at 76 cents per pmound.
Len jairs at 12} cohate per gallon -
rig thi. ltgAest cohfi-adt of heroaque
quialtities I cah offer special iii -
Is. Bg~ the barrel 15 cents per gala
ide ftI.V Itoclt, ad p ai'tiep' tavizig an
hese goodh ONI ARGI~l at tljtai
sold at those prices 01 '$
!e the STOREi.
n LEAibE1N 0F LOW PRICES;
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