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IOWN AND COUNTY.
SATUItDAY.July. : : :Jl 1881.
TEnts or Tim NEwS AND HERALD.
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Winnsboro Publishing Company
Whnboro, S. C.
RAIr.UOAn . SCIIEDULE.-Tho trains
nlow pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.28 p. Im.;
south-bound, 4.28 p. m.; north-bound
freight, 9.05 a. im.; south-bound, 1.37
p. m. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Tax Returns-E. S. Chandler, Clerk
-The dust needs a settling mighty
-There is comparatively little cot
ton at the depot these days.
The Board of Health will make a
tour of inspection of all the promaiscs
in town in a few days.
-Ripe peaches were sold in town
on Thursday. They came fnom the
orchard of Mr. -Nathan C. Robertson.
Watermelons are next in order.
--The Akoond of Swat "wentout on
a fly" at Chester. lie is used to that,
however, though in a different game.
-The eastern portion of the county
was visited with good rains oi
Wednesday, last. Good rains also in
-Nearly all the college students
have returned home. It is about time
our "Occasional" was putting in an
I -We would advise the base ball
club the next time they go off not to
take any of the members of the B. P.
U. -along to play. They won't do to
count on in this sort of a game.
-Master Suggie Nelson's turkey
obler at Simpson's has hatched his
Lrood of Guinea-fowls, and they are
doing well; can begin to fly. Any
one can see them by c Mling. lie also
reports having ripe peaies on the 7th
of June. Can anyone beat that for
CHOL ERt A IN FANT1UM.
Precautions to be Observed During the
warm Bummer season..
Freom the Augus a Churoniele.
A writer in the New York .Sun, al
luing to the fact that cholera in thiumLi
and analogous troubles carry off the
bulk of Infants who die during tihe
heated terms of summer, says:"I
may alnost always be traced to foodl
and drink and the .manner of giving
thenm. You would' be surprised to
know the number' of c~hildtreni who are
killed inadvertently by tile careless
ness or ignorancee of imot hers or nurs
es. The majority of infants who (lie
in tile summer season are those wiho
ar~e fed by the bottle; the milk used is
ofien sour or partly so. Aiiother pro
lific cause of their death, and( an ex
ccedingly important one, is the failure
to proville them a sufficiency of cool
water to drink."
He proceeds to show that the depri
vation of water has brought about a
larger niumber of cases of death thin
all other causes c:omibined. Th'lev are
always too much wvrappledl np, ii1 in
any ease would pecrspire very freely.
The. water lost by perspi ration miust
be supplied. As Dr. Murdoch stated
-in hisa paper on '"Cholera linfantum..i"
''The child is thirsty, not hungry ; bnut,
not getting the water, which it does
want, it (1rinks the milk, which it
does not want." The consequence is
that the stomach is overloaded withi
food which it cannot digest, and~ which
soon ferments and becomes a source
of severe irritation. Then follow
vomnitiing, purging anid chler~a in
The remedy for the evil is thus
Have water-wvithou t Icc-always
accessible to tihe chlild, who will then
refutse sour milk and wvill eat on~J
when hungry. Water is the great in
dispensable artiele-for the preventive
treatment of children in hot wecather.
It is Important enough to nursing
children, but is life Itself to those rear
ed on the bottle. The result of its
judicious use is that thley will then
take milk only wvhen it Is sweet and
will drink it only in snch quantities
as they will be able to digest. * *
A chlfd who drinkseoften of water is
much less likely to get overheated tha~n
one who is deprivedt of it. A child
must be wvatched, of course. As a
rule, its instinct" is its best guide. It
is billy in the grown-up) child( that the
animal instincts become vitiated atid
unreliable. You may state with en
tire confidence that ti e free giving of
water is, in. a majority of cases, a
potent preventive against tihe terrible
scourge of cholera I nfantium.
These may be timely hints for many
mothers, especially those w~hio are
either ignorant of some shnple)1 but
groat truths or misguided by ideas that
have no basis in cold fact.
-Senator David'Davis is said to
own more land in Illinois than ainy
other resident of ~that State. A
Bloominglonl corres ponmdent estimates
his wealth at $5,000,000. Hie pays
$38,000 in taxes yearly.
-Ayer's Aguie Cure is an infallilale
cure for fever and agne in all its forms.
The proprietors wvarranit It, and( their
word is as good as a U. 8. bond. Ti al
-"Anything historical here?" lie
lie said at Mount Pesert to a native.
"Wal, yes," was e-fi''eply, "that there
cow used to b4lon to Ben Butler."
-Pay yu ubscription.
Tii RclUMO.VD AN) DANVILJ.F. COM'.
BINATo0N- Wo 1(ok upon this syndi
cate of raihroade as more inimical timt
friendly to South .Curolina. Wo se(
nothing in any of their operations tha
indicates anything to the contrary
They evidently desire and aim t<
divest all trade and produce to Nov
York and Richmond, hud would, i
let alone, discriminate so fearfully il
their rates as to mako themi unenidura
ble. They are a power that is beinA
felt, and if they succeed in controlhin
th Augusta and Knoxville Road anl
stopping it at Greenwood will lav
SIIll1ore power and do imniens
-harm. We sinclerely trust the sinkinC
fund commiissionl will not sell out th
stock of the Stato to them. It is 9
miles we believe from Greenwood t
Spartanburg, and it' the road is ex
tended to that point it will not on
develop a flie country, invite imini
gration and promote factory enter
prises, but the ainual tax to the Stat
would be $50,000, consequently an:
any gait by the sale of'the stook at pa
would be tritling' and paltry compar
ed to the ultimato advtentage to b(
-A soi of Major-General Rosseau
of Louistville, Ky., died at the Pauper'
Home, in Maine, the other day.
AM now prepared to. receive return
of all real estate and personal prop
erty owned by ths eitizens iof Winnsborc
for the Municipal yar 181-2
. S. CH ANDLER,
july 2 Clerk of Council.
AWOMAN to cook for a small family
and make herself generally useful. Ap
ply at this office. jun 13-tI
ITHIN the next week the Board o
Health will inspect the differeni
premises. Citizens are requested t<
take due notice and have a thorougl
elenning up. Parties - observing at an;
time anything upon their neighbors
)remises that might jeopardiso the public
health, are expected to report the sam
without delay to the Boarl.
E. W. AIKEN. Ml. D.'
juno 281 hi. Bd. Health.
SALE OF MORTGAGED PROPERTY
~N pursuance of authority coiferra
upon me by mortgage of persona
>roperly, nade by Daniel Dawkis an<
. -C. Yongie. and dated the 11th day o
February, 1881, I will offer for sale oi
Tuesday. the 5th (lay of July next, befor<
the Court House door in Winnsboro, 8
C . at public outcry, to the highest bid
der, the following described persona
property, to wit: One bay mare mnul
about. 7 years old and about 14 handt
june 25-txtd Mortgagee.
NOTICE TO CONTRAUCTORS.
3- DS will be received by the under
Signed to July 8th for the openinp
and grading of Palmer andl Moultri,
Streets from Garden Street one squar,
West to -- Strect. An I for the open
ing and grading of - - Itr ct fron
Palmer Stre- soth onc e jimre.
A l,o for building a pavement or side
walk on the western side or Main or Con,
gress Street from the southern axtreniit'
411 the lo: of the Rev. J. M. Todd, to tU
railroad crossing, fronting lot of T. K
Council require good and sunfluiten
bond for the faithtul performance of con
tract, and reserve to themselves the righ
to reject. any or all bids.
By order of Council:
E. 8. CHIANDLER,
june 25-ftd - Clerk.
To RIAISE SUPITER FORl THlE MUNICIPAl
B E IT ENACTED AND ORDAINE1
by the Intendant and Wardens c
the 'l own of Winnsboro. 8. C., in Counei
maet, and by the authorit~y of the samne:
'I hait, foar the purpose of raising supplie
for tlhe year commencing April 1st, 2881
andl ending A pril 1st, 1882, a lax for th
aasumse.nd in the mianncr hereintaf or men
tioned shall be raised and paid into thu
treasury of said town for the use and~ ser
vice thereof, that is to say: two and a hal
(2M) mills ad talorein upon0 every dollar o
the real and personal p~roperty within th<
corporate limits of the town of Winns
boro. tv'o dollars ($2) to be paid by ever'
ualo inhabitant of said town between thi
agecs of sixteen and fifty years (excep
fifty <5fl) activea member4 of each tir<
coampany) in lieu of wvorking -upon thi
streetn of said townit and three (3) pe
cent. upIon the amount of alt ales at nuo
tinm. All taixes nassed and payable uin
der this Ordinance shala be paid in 1.1<
following~ kinds ot fun,1s atnd no other
Gcl 1 and silver coin, U~nitcd ta ean*
rency and National Banik notes. All taxa'
assessed herein, sha~ll be dun" andl p~ayable
baet.ween the 1st day of Oeiobar and1 I!
3 th day of November, 1881, inelusi e
and all ta~xes remaining due and unpat(
on the 1st clay of Decmnbain lrH8. shall hb
collected by cdistress or other ise, as lpre
sceribed by law, tog. ther with all lega
costs. All pesn o'wning properly it
the corpornati limuits of the said town o
Winnsboro are, required, between the 15(1I
day ot June and the 1st clay of Auagust
188', to make a sworn retnrn of sai.
property to the T1own Clerk, and the sai<
Town Clerk is hereby required, wvh.1
priopc ray-holdatra fail or refuse to imala
said sworn return, to add fifty .(50) pe:
contum to the return of the previous mu
Done in Council this the 21st day o
-Ino under fleo corp~oratc seal of 'saii
JOIIN J. NEIL,
Attest: E. S. CHANDLER,
MAY 9, 1881.
ri- HE books of this office will be epet
from Juno ist to July 20, 1881, t<
receive returns r. ' ersonal prop)erty own
edl by each taxpaaur on the 1st clay o
Juno. 'A1l malo persons between the agea
of twenty.onit and sixty years are liable t<
poli-tax, and will re port accordingly.
For the accommodation of taxpayers:
will be at the following places on th<
clays spcified for the' purpose of receiv
in g returns, viz.:
Wood ward's, from the arrival of freigh
train,.Juno 8th, to doeparture of south
bound passenger train Juno 9th.
White Oak, June 10.
Cadwl' Store, Juno 13.
Gladden's Grove, June 14.'
Ridgeway, June 15 and 16.
Bear Creek, Juno 17.
Blythowood, June 18.
Jenn ings' S-ore, Juno 20.
Jenkinsville, June 2.
Monticello, June 22 and 23.
Buokhead, Juno 27.
IFeasterville, Juno 28 and 29.
Please take notice that the office i:
Winnsboro will 1 o closed during mn
absence at the above appointments, an.
open on all ether days'during the ai
I I..N. WITHERS,
% may 10-tfj Atuditor F.
AT OUR SET
4 Tr" MiOST
CHOICE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
) OLD VIRGINIA MINT JULEPS.
TItY THE CELEBRATED
FrCSH AID COOL.
may S Next door to W. It. Doty & Co.
IS called to my fresh and well,.
selected stock of
I have just opened a splendid as
sortmen t of
of first quality and full weight.
Apples, Baked Beans, Pineapplo.
Peaches, Succotash, Salmon, Toma
toes, Sardines, Mustard.
ROBINSON'S IMPORTED OAT..
MEAL -- FRESH.
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
1. BE. IUEY.
(WOUwN oN4 WVrnz Srooz~s.)
GEORGE A. OLARK,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Since the introduction of this Spool
Cotto' into the American market, its suc
cess has been unprecedented. No other
brand of thread has ever met with the
anmie amount of public favor in the ame
space of lime.
The~ '0. N T'' manufacturers were the
first to recogmizo the imp~ortance of the
-;cwing Machtine and to make a six--cord
cotton, which has ever been the recog
nize~d standard for nmachihea.
rAll the improvements in machinery
that the inventive genius of the nine
teeth century has produced have bnen
adapted by the manufacturers of "O.N.T.'
At all the great International Fairs of
the world, "0. N. T." han beeb awarded
the highest honors.
'Ibe '0. N. T." factories at Newark.
'N. J., and Paisley, Scot and, emplov
t5,20l0 operative's imake suflcient thread
d aily to go arond the world four timies.
Consumei 14ii tons of coal tinily,
The manufacturers of "O. N. T." are
the largest ntanufactu-rers of Spool Cot.
ton in the world.
A full assortment of this Spool Cotton.
con bn h had at w~holesaleand retail at 7~ M
B3EA TV & r'O "4 felb 2! tfhn
UGA RM, assorted. Coffees, Rio,
~La onyra and Old Gov. Java.
Rio antl Old Goev. Java. Roasted.
Tens, Black. Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young Ilyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pineapples, To
mnatoes, Salmon, Corned Bieef, Deviled
11am and Turkey, Sardines1 &c.
Macaroni anid Cheese, Glunter Pre
serves, Pin Ileadl Oat Meal, Coopel
Golatine, Mustard, Black Pepper' and
1Bald~vin Catsup, Cross & Black
welsChow Chow, Empire C how
Cho, Asored ickesLea& Per
J. F. McMASTER & CJO.
- sept 14
SEEDS THAT SURPRISE!
THEI FARMER~S' "BONANZA."
fromn anythinn over brw hre. delicious rwor
eal of Jaan hnl benal ea. said bchein
et to aleris hsen food known. Fine
Qen atermeoo . uni mported argest varie y
evr r o i eary8 ein looom or -s an
5uay est tero o hi 2 t.aper ofi2
Tomto esilvor early, prol f o solid-Un.
ithe Sonth where othe rn fils. Unequated
ortblenorn a', 2 eta d ae. tc. a p0 t2f,
heia., o.a pn e~d cowt ton.215i
Addroess R.BG ,BP*FT h OO. Atlanta, G.
eN on. W. In Calhoua, Nage't of
Berieor & Elel .
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL
LAR FEB DOZEN.
fALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
LY-FIVE CENTS PER DOZEN
3OTTLES TO BE RETURNEI
F. W. HABENICHT,
THE BEST REMEDY
Diseases of the Throat and Lus,
AYER' - In disemes of the
a af and ru able
renteody is inval
..' alile. A Y ai n's
is such a remedy.
4 fIl. is a scientinei
c~mbination of the
CH ERRY ~C~Ies an curative
d uigs, chemically
~imited, of such
p ower as to inisuro
the greate.t possi
/ble' eflciency, and
PECTOR L. "for."ityoftwe-~
the foundation of all puhnonary dliseases,
affording pr'ompt relief and itapid curens
and is adapted to patients of any age or
either sex. Being very palatablde, the
youngest children take it readily. In
ordinaty tUoughs, Ooids, Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, influenza, Clergyman's
Sore Threat, Asthma, Croup, and
Catarrh, the effects of AYER's CHainnY
PaC'rAr. hire magical, and multitudes
are annually preserved from seriouts il
Dess by its timely and faithful use. It
should be kept at hand in every house'
hold for the protection it affords in suid'
den attacks. In WVhoopinsg-cough and
Consumption there is no0 other remedy
so eflcacious, eoothing, a ' gelpfn1.
Lowv prices are indtcj its to try
some of the many mixt Wor syrups.
snade of cheap and ineffecivo inlgredlia
ents, now offered, which, as they con
tain no curative qualitiles, can afford
only temporary relief, and( are altre to
disappoint the patient. Diseases of thle
throat and lungs demand activo and
effective treatment; and it Is dangerous
experimenting wvith unknown and cheap
medicines, from the great liability that
these diseases may, wh ile so trilled wvith,
become deeply seated or incurable. Uso
AYzin's CIIEanIY PxcToIIAL, and yot
may confidently ox pect thle best results,
It is of acknowliedged eurative power,
andl is as cheap as its carefill preparation
and fine ingredients will. alifow. Emni'
ment physicians, knowing its comnposia
tion, prescribe it. 'rie test of half a
century ha~s proven its certainty to cure
all pulImonary complaints not already
beyond the reach of human aid.
PR EPAR ED BY DR. J. C. AYER &CO.,
Fractical and Analytical Chemists,
o0L av ALL DaIJeOIs-r JVantmwasas.
HAVING determined to "CLOS]
U "our stock of Spring Dres
loods, we offer you from this dat
inusuial bargains in same. We hay
i complete line of these goods, an
parties will do well to call, examin
mnd price the before purchasing
We would also call your attention t
>uir line of Fancy Muslin and Line
r.awns. Iu white goods we are "Ful
Up." Our line of these goods con
,ists of Linen Lawns, Victori
[.awns, Bishop Lawns, Plain, Plai
mnd Striped Nainsooks, Jaconoti
Jambrics, Piques, Plaiu and Plai
sw i8s, &c., &c. Laces, Lacci
Laces. Edgings, Edgings, Edg
CALL AND SEE FOR YOUR
MoMASTER, DRIO1]![& KETCH13~
WE, the indersigned, rope ctfully' in
form the citizens of WINN:B10110 an
vioinity that we have REMOVkD to
Aid are now in rpceipt of a full line o
new and (tesirablo
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODE
Which we will sell at the lowest price
Laces and Eimbroiderics, which we offer a,
accordingly low prices.
We respectfully ask the attention of th
Ladies to our entirely now fresh
stock of these goods.
English Swiss, Plain and Plaidod Nan.
sooks, Piques, in great varietv.
Ladies' Laro Scarfs, Tics and Pews, a1
fifteen centi, worth thirty-Uive conts.
BEAUTIFUL SPRING SUITS
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS.
MADE TO ORDER.
Suits made to order at very iow prices.
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
P'. Lalnlockor & Bros
Free to Everybody
A BE'AUTIF UL BOOK for the AStIN(
By applytng persohally af, the neares
'fllce of TrilE 8INGER1 MANUFACTUR
ING CO. (or by postal card if at a dis
tance) any ADULTL persoit will ho preC
~entedl with a beautifully illustrated cop:
'if a Non~ Book entitled
G ENIUJS RtEWARlD'D,
STORY of the SEWING MACH INI
containing a handsomoe and contly atee
ngraving frontispiecc. also. 2'8 fihely ech
4ravedl wood cuts, sad bound in ani chb
'rato blue and goeld lithographied cover
No charge whatever is madec for this haind
'somo hook. which can ho obtained onhl
bay applicatin at the branch and subordi
-tate oflces of The Binger Man ufacturinj
i'IIE SiINGER MANUPIAOTURING CO.
Principal Ollide, 34 Union Square
may 17-1y Now York.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED At
ELEGANT SECOND STOCIC Oi
GOODS, WHICH IS RE~ADY FOFl
VfHE HAND)SOMIEST LINE 011
Ladies' Neckwear in the City.
THE BEST STOCK OF WHITI
Goods in Town.
AGENT for the DALSHEIMEI
BROS,, OF PHILADELPHIA
FINE LADIES SHOES.
BARGAINS in GENTS', YOUTHS
'AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
Jr. GC3S .'EB]
m ray 28
iN connection with the Unaggy an
f pingf Wagon bnasiness, I nave ft
1 sale the well-known
I, "OLD JIOKIORY"'
'armi Wagon. My one-horse wagons ai
coupled the same as A two-horse Wagoi
have front bottnds and rocking bolste
W ~arranted for twelve months.
J. X. CUMUllWOS
*~ 28Opp~ Dtunlev & F g
]ME"DESOHN PIANO CO.
WILL'MAKE, FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS ONLY, A GRAND OFFER OF
PILANOS AND ORGANS.
$850 SQUARE GRAND PIANO FOR OX-Lr $045.
Magnificent rosewood oase elegantly finished, .
STY LE 3z e..trings, 71 Octaves, full patent cantante agraffeb,
our new patent overstrung scale, beautiful carved legs and lyre, heavy serpentine and
large fancy moulding round ease, full Iron Fraute, French Grand Action, Grand Han
iners; in fact every improvement which can in any way tend to the perfection of the
instrument has been added.
IPOur pricn for this instrument bioxed and delivered on board cars at .
New York, wilh fline 1'lano Cover, Stool and Book, only $245.00
This Piano will be sent on test trial. Please send reference if you do not send
money with order. Cash sent with order will be refunded and freight charges paid
by us both ways if Plano is not just as represented in this advertisement. Thousands
in use. Send for Catalogue. E very instrument fally warranted for five years.
$160 to $400 (with Stool, Cover and Book). All strictly first.
P LX.N , $160 and sold at wholesale factory prices. These Pianos
made one cf the finest displays at the Centennial Exhibition, and were unanimously
recommended for the HIGHEST HONORS The squares contain our New Patent
Scale. the greatest improve'nent in the history of Piano making. The new patent
scale Upights are the linest in America. Positively we make the finest Upright
Pianos, of the richest tone and greatest durability. They are recommended by the
highest musical aut tiorities in the country. Ov'.r 14,001) in use, and not one dissatis
lied purchaser. All Pianos and Organs sent on 15 days' test trial-i RiROT FRE IF
UNSATIsFACTOaY Don't fail to write us before buying. Positiv ely we offer the best
oargainis. Piano Catalogue miailed free. Handsome Illustrated and De-toriptive
Piano Catalogue of flity pages mailed for six cents stamp- Every Piano fully war
ranted for live years.
JU.B OLEE ORGANS S Jubilee Organ
'-ORIENTAL," Style 99, is the handsomest, tastiest and sweetest toned Parlor Organ
.ever offered the musical public. It contains 6 Octaves, 5 sets of Reeds, viz.: Melodia,
Celeste, Diapaison, Sub-Bass and Celestiuna. Also Fifteen Beautiful Stoips, as follows,
viz.: Melodia, Celeste. (it charming -op,) Diapason, Bub-Bass, Echo, Dulcet, Melodia
Forte.'Celeste-Forte, Expression, Treble-Coupler, Celestina, Bass-Coupler, Grand
Organ, (which throws on the entire power of the instrument,) Right Knee Stop ant
8w(ll. Left Knee Stop and Grand Swell. Height. 70 in.; Width, 24 in.; Weight,
boxed. 350 lb. The case is of solid walnut, veneered with choice woods, and is of an
elitirely now and beautiful design, elaborately cirved, with panels, music closet,
lamp stands. fretwork, &c., all elegantly finished. Possesses all the latest and best
imtu provements, Aiith great power, depth, brilliancy and sympathetic quality of tone.
Beautiful solo effects and stop action. Regular retail price $275. Our wholesale net
cash price to have it introduced. with stool and book, only $8--as one organ sold
sells others. Positively no deviation in price. No pay nent required until you have
fully tested the organ in your own home. We vend all organs on 15 days test trial
and pay freight both ways if instruinent is not as represented. Positively, our Organs
contain no "Bogus" sets of Reeds, or "iunmmy" stops. as do many others. We
make no maisreprementittions, and guarantee honest and fair dealing, or no sale.
FU.LY wAtANTED for five years. Other styles $35. $60, $57. $65 $70, $75, $85, etc.
-Over 31,000 sobl, and every Organ las given the fullest satisfaction. Organ Catalogue
FPACTORY AND WAREROOMS, 5"th STREET and 10th AVENUE.
HSU I at one-third price. Catalogue of 3.000.
- . EIT choice pieces sent for 3c. stamp. This
Catalogue includes most of the popular music of the day and every variety of musical
composition, by the best authors. Address,
MEN)ELSSOHN PIANO CO., P. 0. Box 2058, New York City.
ALL FOR CASH
EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS
WO THl of goods to be sold regardless of COST. As I must hava
money, and do not believe in carrying over summer goods, I quote Iny
prices, and without fear of criticism MIMNAUGH MUST LEAD.
5000 yards of Colored Lawns at 7 cents.
3000 yards of Corded Jacohet'at 7J cents.
2000 yards of Lace 13intings, in a variety of new designs, at 14, 15
18 and 21 cents. These goods are worth at least twenty per cent. more
25 pieces Whito Pique to be closed out at Now York cost, at 6t, 9, 11
14 and 21 cents, Worth double the money elsewhere. Vive pieces Table
DamnSsk, reduletd to 21, 42 antd 67 cents. 2,000 yards bleached- shirting
at 9 cents the best value in the market. Five pioces 9t and 10} shirting
at New York COST
This dephttrluent, to ehimerate the various articlee ii it w-loh.I bought
at low pricos, would ntot only sitrprise ny customera but even qomne of my
extratikdinal'y wiiso cornpetitors. Nine hundred dozen rubber- battobs, for
calico dresses) at the astonishing low pribe of 21 cents per doteb', reduced
from 10 cents. Keep your skippers home4-these goods we will sell only in
small lots to our customers. Twenty five gioss pearl buttons, line 26, at...
5 cents per dozen. Fifty botes slato pencils, 100 in a boxL at 20 cents
per box. One hundred dozen spool cotton at 11 cent per spool. One
hitndred dozen spool cottonj warranted 200 yards at 2J eents. One hun..
dred boxes of stoVe polish at five cents pi' box. Five hutndrea) boxes of
Mason's blacking at 3J cents. Eagle & Phoenix ball thread at 2J cents
per ball. 190 bottles of shoe dressing at 8J cents per bottle %85 calico
Rhirts, something nice, at 30 cents *25 nalaundried shirts at 50 cents.
Don't fail to ask for these goods. 300 towels reduced to 8 cents. 500
cakes of Turkish Bath Soap, at 5 cents per chke, elsewhere got their
CLOCKS, CASTORS AND VASES-25 clocks 'nait received at $1 25
each. Warranted to run six months or nioney refunded. .44 captors re-.
duced to 15 cents. Something nice in cstors at $1.00. A big lot of
vasos at half their original value
TOBACCO, TOBACCO-Ten boxes of different grades of tobacco just
received, at 33A, 44, 63. up to Wedding Cake at 75 cents per pound.
JARS, JARS-500 gallons of earthen jars at 121 cents per gallon.
Don't pay 20 centa per gallon any mqre.
KEROSENE, KEROSENE -Having the largest cobiract of kerosene
oil in the placo. and buying iii larger quantities, I can offer special in
duceononts by the barrel or five gallons. By the barrel 15 cents per gal
Ion, b3 the gallon 181 cents.
This is a SPECTA L DRIVE to reduce my stock, and partieP having an
AC COUNT In my store cannot have these goods CRIAlRGED at these
PRICES These gpods will only be sold at those primp OA.S 3'
'DO~WI) before the goods leave the STOR1E.
J. L. MIMNAUG
THE LEADER OF LOW CES.V ,
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ELEGANT IN FIN18IE,
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