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VvU4DAW, Ouly~ 0, t 1861.'I
or MrtX s AND HERALb.
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an, , in adlvance; weekly .edl n,.
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In adando Libera 'discont to clubs
,f five aWl upwards.
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insetioh, These rates apply to all ad
vertisements, of whatever nat, ec, AWY
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tracts for three, Lx dr . twelve months
made on Veiy 'i'boral terms. Tran
sietitloohl notices, fiftesn cents per
lite for the first insertion and sevon
and due-half cents per line fbr 'each
dbeoasothisetton, ObItnaAies and
tributes of Vespect charged as adver
tisemeits, Simple announcements or
marriages*MA doathe publshed free oz
charge, and s96H~cted%
All communications of whatsoever
Viature, should be addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company
Whmnsboro, S. C.
"AftLloAO SenED'LE.-Thle trains
iow pass *innsbora as follows:
North-botnd passenger, 12.28 p. m.
south-botmid, 4.28 p. in.; north-bound
Treight, -9.05 a.. n.; south-bound, 1.37
.p. in. These arrivals are on the basis
'of Railroad time. sixteen tahigts
Vaster than Winsboro time.
Sheri's Sale-J. ID. McCarley, S.
-The Firfili 1obachera' Asso'la
4toft will meet In Winnsboro on Fri
day the 15th of July, and a good at
tendance is expected.
-A good recipe, and the only sure
one we know of, by which one can
ikeep cool these hot -days Is to take
about fiVe intces of chloroform.
-To avold the con'fAo'n that often
occurs at. the dances, cansed by some
parties counting, ami others not Count
Ing the lancers, te're will be a pro
graimmie i the hall on to-mroew.
night., by which the dancers can be
--rhe Carolina Base Ball Club, of
this place, will play the A1t nine of
iester on Wednesday evening. The
game will be commenced promptly at
five o'clock. After the game a com
plimentary hop will be gi'ven ~in ' the
Thespian flall. The Columbia string
band will furnish music for the occa
A fREAK OF NATURE.--M G1 :.
filler, of Yonguesville, sends to out
odce soine mulberry leaves almost
white-, with a slight tinge of lemion
color. They look like leaves that had
grown without access to the sunlight.
They were plucked from a sprout that
came up from the root of a shade mul
berry. The root is growing above the
ground. The bush, which is quite a
dwarf, has been growing about five or
six years, and Is not more than three
feet high. It is quite tender. -The
leaves shed off' about the last of July,
and the young, tender limb on which
-they grow, dies about halt way downm.
It seems to be quite a freak of' nature,
and it cannot be accounted for in any
way. Mr., Miller tried to propagate it
both by bedding anmd gratting, but
without sac~cess. It is quite orna
mental. He wbuld like very much to
find some person who can account for
A FoitoER CAUGHT.-On -Saturday
afternoon a negro named Sanm Barber
presented to Mr. Jno, 1'4 Matthews,
Jr., an order for some goods, purport
ing to be signed by Wesley Yongue.
As this was the third occ'ision on
which Barbei. had presented an order
similarly signed, and as suspieton had
*. already been excited, a poliuemnan was
at once sent for. Before the latter
* couldaarrest him, however, the darkey
-took to his haeela, followed b'y the po
liceman, a few gr'own men and a lot of'
-boys. Away they went, the -negro
running as for dear life, and the crowd
strength. Several shiots were fired,
but the fleeing culprit seemned to be
-getting the best of the . race, whetn
M4aster IHolbrook Riona took a short
cut and by a flank movement inter
cepted the darkey's retreat, Sam
made a feint of' drawing his pistol, bit
Holbrook promptly pulled out his
pocket-knife and brought the forger1
-o terms. Mri. J. 8. Muse, who was
In clohe pursuit, came up, and the pria
oner was caught. The crowd gather
ed round, and the culprit was bronght
to town and lodged in jail.
A PLra8sZVT ?IfziC.
New a Party of Youing People Zagoyeld
Themse'lves Mt Ten-4ere Rock.
JMesars. Editors: In the delicious
ly' dreamy influences of "this eve of
summer's holiest mood"--so sugges
tive in nature of "blesslings brighten'
Ing as they take their flit," a tthelan
choly pleasure possesses5 my fancy anmd
brings in retrospection thie joy of' the
past week. Aa thme eye of an artist
loves to linger upon an exquisite paint
ing, with it. lights and shado*s, its
brIght and sombre hues so vividly con
trasted, yet so per' etly blended i o
one masterpiece uof perfection, so the
mind loves to linger upon memory'.
variedI scenes of joy afud sorro# i and
even with finttive'eye seek to l'aise
the mystic veil of flttdrity, to see how
the grand panorama will end. WVhfie
indulging in this visionary day
dreaming,.fancy loves to pause, with,
perhapw, too fond a delay 'at the ple
tured part of the picnic at Ten-Acre
Rlock, where en Friday last a merry
party of younrg people -resorted with
the expectatiotis ofa gnla day-'which
expectations were flhby niea~lrd. The
extreme heat of the .dsy was the onml'
obstacle 1mn the way of enjoyment, ai!l
that was. almotst sarmounted as' we
startedat six in, the morning and . did
VWrds i eadqa press 3km
ppmr0 o !Iet teiP. we esa
wonder around li -differentrections
iivst the Wondrous rock-ft It Ip con
sidered one of Fairteld's vuVIAQes4I
it was my Irst 9isAt) and I assure yot
I did ny share of todking aWd explorf
lng. A'ter viewitug the rock to' 10v
hearts' -costet, we returned to the
grove sbovo to enjoy. the dellghtftj
shade, After soWfe tilpe spetlea sn14
ft*t, owof the youngleuttembu tret
ed 4he crowd to. a box of 'delightfh
pe'aches, which were highly appreciat
ed by all. Time hew 'hv. The houi
for dinner having aridve, all began t
look for a shady spot, but it Was soo
decided, and dHiier was inmediately
rved, 'the 'table almost rnning witi
delightfful viands, to whlch all did jus
tice. Dinner being over, we retutirti
to the took, Some roamed about, oth
rs sat down peparatory for games
etc. 'don't think any of them resort,
td to "loverS' leap" but to lovers' re
treat. The day being niearly over, wi
drove over to Mr. Thomas Anderson 's
where we were hospitably received by
him and his kind tmily-a people ne
cuallrly gifted with irresistibly winl
ning courtesies. We visited theh
beautiful terraced garden, which
might be compared to a fairy bower
where one can satisi\ the caprices o1
taste. We started l'or home, which
we reached without any dificulty, atid
erdjoyed the drive hugely. The day
was mumbered with the things of the
past, long to be remembered by all..
L. V. S.
-ffYNIN5#'ILLk NOT EM.
The brought aita the Croo--A Plet a
Peaket -tation-lhe Feeling About Otu
ib06tIBs et the President.
JENKINsvILLE, July 9.-The drough
still continues. About two weeks ag<
we had a slight shower-what some in
definitely describe as a "cotton season'
-but the ground has not been thor
oughly wet for eight weeks. The ear
ly cori crop is completely rtuned, and
every day subtracts something f'on
the chances of a full cotton crop. Pas
tures are becoming as barren.as a des.
ert. The "noiseless brook," the -im.
mortal theme of pastoral poets, ha
ceased to run, and, what is still Vorse
one can read the history of a misfor
tunie Ii the physiognomy of his cow
To add to all of this, the last four - 01
five days have been excessively hot
the thermoinoer registering as highas
one hundred and six degrees, in thi
shade-and not the semblance of t
cloud has appeared in ti e horizon
to hold out Ite hope of relief, oi- plalC
itself between us and the seor-clinl
rays of the an. Wit p1 )lenity of rah
from this date until the latter part o
August we can yet make a crop of coi
ton, bitt i must come pretty ' soon o
it will coiet too late.
Otn Saturday the 2nd, inst. a barbeui
wis Iturished by Mr. J. T. Sitaler a
the little town of Peak's Statiou,justot
the opposite side of Broad River fron
Alston, in Lexington county. Theda'
seemed to be generally enjoyed, and
as a whole, thittgS passed oil very qui
etly. It was on the morning of thil
day that te news flashed over t,
wires that James A% Gurnield had bee1
assassitent. The politicaml situatioi
was wveil calculated to suggest a dleep
iaid conspiracy by a c;ertat facti'on L<
get conitrol ofthe government. Sutc1
wvas the conclusion that wats here lea))
'ed iut. It threw everiythhi~g intto a t'e
ver of excitemuont.* No languzage is auf
hicn to portray the indigattion fel
by the white people in this remote lit
Ie hamnlet in South Carolin~a. TJhiei
htearto beat in uitison with the grea
heart of the nalltin antd of huamaniits
bewailinig the tertible catatstrophe anw
denouncingr the vile authItra of thte di
Is here oil'ered to that inifatmous suc
tio~nalismz thaut will see ntothinug ini tht
South but hatred to the Nrtlh, t;.
Union and the goverunment I Marl
herte Lte contrast In t.eelinig exhibite4
onl this occanion by the "wotds of th
naiouns." WVe sawv thte coloredi peopl
in this section exhibit,1 last Novemtber
a devotion to .the 'catine ol Unirield
that stands without aparallel in his
toty. We behold them itt this diay, a
they receive thn intelligetnce of his as
sassinationi with unconcealable emne
tions of joy. The elecdti eases hial
not been prosecuted, No ballut-box
stuff'ei- had beett sent to Albany-all o
wvhich was charged to the account c
James Abram, and mtade his deplora
ble umistbrune seetu in. their oyes
wortily flute. : JtvE~Nl.
THEl WOUNDiCI PRlEti.IDENT.
The kintest Reports fromn the Attenidin
Burgeongs-Tie Outlook is Hopeful.
WAstilitTONg, July 10-Midntighit.
The conditiont of the President is im
proving, atnd the chtances for is re
novery mare very flivorable. lIe I
strong and cheoerndl andi the attentdint
phiysielailts are greatly enicour'ged.
The tbllowing. bulletins havem boor
ExacUTrrVE MANSION, July 10.-I P
Ni .--Tih Pl'esidetit's sympteins eon
tittue toe be t'aVot'able. pulse 102, temn
peratute 100 5-10s rspIrationl 22.
ECxECUTIVE MAION---7 P'. M.
(Ofliclal BulletIn.) --Tito 'sident'
tsymptomus conttiniue to make favoralm
pfuigress. Pulse 108, teinperature
101.9, rttsptfdttiont 22.
ExF.CUTIVit MA NSION-11 .15 P, M.
The Pre.ident istclepng quietly. A)i
his symptomsu are favorable, and thi
doefor's are preparing for a night's res
Di'4 Bliss says: "We ?IMe entirell
satisfied with the manner Inri rhiel
inattesis are goinug,'
IVASINOTON, July 10..-Dr. is
stated this evetning thtat the Ptesident
was doiing as well as could be expect
ed. and that Ito was hightly gr'atifle<
with the mat,"-' it wvil - th~e patieon
was progressing. The Pre 'ident'
diet conists5h ilk, wvneb hoea ppear
to relish, Hie suf'ei no interniai paili
from the Womuds, but expeienmceR con)
siderable goreness of musacle..
In, all the Ca.tho lie churches her<
to-day prayers were, of'ered dlurini
Mass, sand the Litatiy of the SaInt
was satid at the Gonclusion of everi
Mas's, for the recov'ery of the Presi
---No remiedv has beert found for fot
er and ague which proves so uniform
ly successfitl as Ayer's Ague Curie.*
lessirs. Willims & Ru~tledge, Green
viiie, 8. U. 5 Dear Birs-The pim
purchased of you gives ent ire sat isfac
tioni, and I am convinced that ittis wel
.orhthe price aid.
I. W. OUEN.
Gfoonwo'od, 8.0.,Feb.17, 186i. *
W,4 Pilo;T~ -
- (TE oT k
UOA n Asl-EA
OLD VIRGINIA MINT JULEP8.
TRY THE OCfitR'ATBD
PRWN ANaD 000.
J.VLDE N DEI *..
may 8 Next dopr to W. R. Doty & Co.
WVE, the undergned, repoftfnilly in.
form to itizens of 0 spd
viibi. .y that, we have REMOVW.D to
And are now in receipt'nf a full line of
now and deuiiable
SPRING AND.SUMPE1 GOODS
Which we will sell .t the lowest prices
Laces and Embroideries, whioh re offer at
accordingly low ptAios.
We respeotaully ask the atteition of th
Ladies to onr entirely now fresh
stock of these goods.
English Swiss, Plain' and Plaided Rian.
sooke, Piques, in great variety.
Ladies' Lace Scarfs, Ties and Pows, 'at
r fifteen cents, wofth. thirty'.iVe ent. -
BEAUTIFUL SPRING SUITS
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
FANCY OASSIMIZEs, - -
- BLUE FLANNELS,
For M4ENe YOUTN8 and BOYS
MADEl TO ORDER,
t Suits made to ordet' im vety low ptices.
*SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
P. Llldckar & Bl'o.
IS called to my fresh and wel
selected stock of
I ha~e just opened a splendid as
I sortment of
of first quality and full weight
SA pples, Baked Beans, Pineapple.
Peachesi Succotosh, 8ainmob, Ioma.
toes, Sardihes. Mustard.
ROBINSON'S IMPORT1ED OAT.,
Condensed Milk, "Oceaih Genm
MIackerel in 5 lb. daus.
in bulk, as good as packages, and
A Valatable beverage for invalIdb at
well as persons in health; and highly
recommnenned by physicians as a
diet for children.
I DO NOT close at sit o'clock. A
share of the public patronage is
IE N4 i~tit.
- AUPDIon's 0O71o3,
Irg- HE books of this office will be opoe6
.fron.Jurne 'dt to Jul~s 20, 1881, to
receive teturns of personal propeoriy owlz
e d by oach taxpayer on the 1s day of
Juie. . All male persons between the aga
} oftW on~e and sixty years are liable to
For -the 6dwl repbort accordfnj4.
Iwill be at the f'ollowing plkoes oi -the
idays specified for the ytrruof receiv
in returns, viz.:
Yoodward's, from the arrival of ff 6h
train, June Stu,- fa departure of south
bound passenger train June ~Ai.
White Oak, June 10.
Durham's, June 11.
r Caldweli's Store, Jumne 13.
.(Gladrien's Grove, June 14.
Itidgeway- June 16 and 18.
Bear Gree , June 17.
lflythewood, June 18.
Jennings' SBro, June 20.
Jenkinwsl~le,. June 9 .
Monticello, ~une 29 atid 25.
- Muokhead, Jne 27.
tceaterville, June 28 and 29.
Please take notice that the ofuce in
W'innsboro ,wtIU9e closed during .my
absence at -the; above appointmentsa, and
oen all. other dayer during the ap
poited time. . 1, I~f8
- . ,ITE8 ,
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL
LAt EB. DZEN.
HALF PINT BOTTLES AT six
TYFIVE CENT PIM. DOZEN.
BOTTLES .TO ME.RETURNED
F. W. HABENICHT.
APO KOrN -
- (WoUND oN.. uA'der a.
400 BROA1DWA Y, NEV -YORK,
8ince the -introductinb of this..Sponl
Cotton into the~ American market. its sue.
cess has been anghiecedh ted. No othet
brand of thidid bari hver mest With thbe
ame auW'out of publio fav in the sah
The ''. N. T ' i'anufact~urei-' were the
first to recognis thiu im3irtanc~ .of the
'ewing Machine anid to''make a six,-cord
cotton, w hich has over been the .recog -
niz.d standard for imchines.
All the . im provements in machinery
that the iiteh tive genius of the nine.
teeth century hias p?odudbab .li9.vn bie
adapted by the nlanufacturera of 'O.N.T.'
-At all the geat International Faiirq of
the wdrid, "0. N. T." hits b~en awarded
the highest honors.
'[he -'0. N. T." factiolies at Newark,
N. J. and Paisley, Scotland, emplo
6,200O ~jerativen-- mnake sui~cient ft toad
dtaily tgo tirbhid the world fobu1 tiin
Ctb nstn i40 tursa of odal dai - .
The manufacturera qf "0. .. T." are
the targeat manufacturers of spool Cot,
ton In th world.
. A fuill assortmef~it of 16.:% odl 1 uitth,
can be findQ ht wholesale and ibtail at .J. M
BEATV~ & 00O.'8. . feb 22- ftx6m
TN onnection with the BD: gy aridi
SpBring 1gon brosinieds; I kave foi
Pirin Yago'h. My one~horse N'agons are
coupled the same as a two-ho'rse wagon,
have frobt hounds atfd troklng tolster.
Warranted for twelve toonths.
4*. H. CUnMts,
Opp. Dunlevy & Fant
WINNSBIOkO S. C.
DURING the Qontinuanme of the
dull season, I wil).Qffer barg#its to
CASH CUSTOMERS in All depart,.
WHITE GQO S,.;
- . MUSLINS atnd LAWNS,
OASsiIMEIv and JEANS,
SHOES and HAT8, -
BARGAINS IN - -
Bnt. WHITE DIUSS.S HInT IN
TOWN for ONE -DOLIARt..
Xioe lot of Gaute and 1ainsoolc
Undershirts ind oleached Jean
SGOOD WITE DRESS SRIRT
:I aJo offer good:CIDER Vinegar
at the low .riceo ofT2 and FIF
TEEN CENTS per gallon, and the
best White. Win. Vinegar at
TWENTY CONTS per gallon.
Crockery, Glassware ancl Wood
enware- all - at low prices. Come
MY GROCERY STOCK ALWAYS
FRESH G11OCERI ES
AlDF constantly belin rceived by me,
a gynopsi 6f' wbch I gwe b'elow.
NEW .OLAN D YUP&.
8UGAfl$, Fil.OM T'!!E. H10 SIGH TO 'i'E
T11 FJNEST PLOP It IN THE MARlKE--"THE
,FAMLY" AL'IALGRb a
CALdpOftWYA NE1A~18, Mohietthg Clioice.
8UCCOTA'8H, Bleiuis and Corn Combineo
TOMA'TOES, ' PE~A~fnE
5ALMd !, SARlDINES
PEPPER. ' ETC.. ETC
I ALD INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUt
Give inc a danil Ajd dxaitne i y6urself .
ArtIcles too numerous to mnnn..
bab R. FILNNIitnv.
Is a omnpbttf of the virlued bf era
arlestillingla mnanudrake, - yellow
Bok ihthe iodide of potash and iron1
ing, and life-sustaining elme t I s
the purest, safest, and niost offectuaj
alteyative available to thq~ public.Th
dceees of medicine and chemistry ae
notle:rfproduced a reniedys potent to
bloo. 6 ure Scr laand all
or t.hoh's irespam
ples and4 ace-grbs, Piihtubla -
Blotces, ol -umors, Totter.
Humors,' Salt hien Seald-heasd,
Rhgtfewup UkM' Rheu-Ilii
mnatism, erIal D~o ,Nout.
ralgia, Fele Weaknoesses and.
lreuiarties, j~udic Affectionpj
I he Liver, sesa E~tagli
'ion, and Genera Ilbty. .
I yits searching aiul cIeiinsing cupli
tie it-purges out thb.. fpui corruptions
which, contaminate the blood and cause
- rtem~ent kjed deb~ay; It Atiinulates
e vtalfutctoni. restores and( pro
serves health, and infuses now life and
vigor throughout the whole systemn. No
sufferer ftrpm any disease of the blood
ueoft abalistr who will give AYkR's
8AnBAPARILLA a fair triSA;
It is folly to experiment with the Wtt
morous low-priced mixturos, without
teicina virtes offered as blood-p ri..
cine of snu cocnrated curative powor'
that it is b~ftthe best, cheapest, -and
fuest. *felb blood-purifier .known.
Physiciana. ko' .its -cornositionrn
~sribo It: It bas been widely used for
If, er,.and has won the. uinialt.
Aofdeuiee of zaillions whozn $t rad
nefited. - *
MOST combleteto& of Clothig
s n4 IeIIke in; et4Its verlety. -lioyJ
he latestetyles eud-thish, at ipges to
FINE Aloes to! -nen and bovs.
Wanllai,.and Webster's braids In all co
Upaca coats he'ait shades add qualltles
knd Mohair Nisters In all styles.
L rapi4 disoharg or a bust. To v<
9,006 yai-Asarinite Ltt 8.centi
2.000 yards guod -Oalioo 5 -enta--I
8.000 yards Printed'Ji~bne.bt 8 ceb t
5,000 yards Lace' Buiitiuga5. cant
000 Yards Blaok 14 i' tings 16
1,000.3ais ZhikislBath So;S
a,0'' .ea l n<blj irtng at
A Big Job in Lace Ties, Fischus, I
beir original value.
VVtTk OUT XAESIk
800 Lbs. Starct at 6- cents per 11
530 Boxes Bliihg at 2j-cents.
800 Gallona Kerosene Oil at 17J e
44 Boxes Soap at 4j cents per lb..
A good gallon CQf'e Lotat 2o 6e
99 lbs. gooa Black English Tea at
18 lbs, good Gun Powder Te- rt
good tea and tryit and save 25 ceb'tf
O gallots ;f TOvn aWntCounxtry.Al
If you d6not bny yonr gootde f-ry
have uY. ompitiorsi come to the e)
25pahus Ladies' NWwport 'liesaat1
100-pairs Ladies' Oa0le S.w ed Sh
6,000 Lamp Wicks at 6k, 7 and 8 c
- 'rom this ay forvaid i "ill No.
rints each. "These godds will obly l
lth ~ i~ o i67 ilg~ lateh to the jing
I will it6l 'off great-idlcndte
W il MAKEC, FOR TilE NNX f60 t
$85'o SQU ARE GRZ NVD.
large'fa'cy mon lih roAthd ca,.e, fujI Iroe
mtEra; in fact evmy imapr'oveinerit which daV
instronjent. -has Leon added.
ifN rkpl v~for ilmipInst rumnent boxd ai
This .I ano'.a Y ue t:enat ob q tripl,
muoney with orderj (nah sent wath-order
by- us both waya if Piano is n~ot1 ust as rep
irn uso. Send fo"r Catalogue. 'very instr
made ohe of th'o fineeit 5lisplata at the Coti
recommended fol the I. GH E$''HONOIR
Scaie, the g#eatest tiprovb'nopt.In the his
scale Ulj:ihIts are the finest in Apiodea.
Pilanos, of the riobest. tono and greatent. di
highest mausical ra 'hlorities ih~ the countra
led purchaser. AiPlahos aind Orgatsa m
unsIATr1FACToI&Y IUbbh'i M . tWrito lis bo
.,arghini.- Pijano Catalogu'o mailed 'free.
P'iane.C'.ailogue of titty pages rmailedl ftori
ranted foi' flteea,
"O~l~lAh, stle 9,is the handsome:
ever l~e the y mtajcal .public. It contal
4teleste, Diapasion, .'ub-flasa and Coletihe
diz.: Meloda, Celeste. (a charming top,)
Porto, Coleste-Forto, Expression, T1reble~
O)rgan; (Gvhich throws on the ehtite powe:
swell, Loft Knee $top and Gi-and Swell:
mioxed. 3&0 lbs. TJhe case is of solid wahl
-ntirtly tiew andi beatutifii design, elabora
a'mph standq. frotwork, &c., all elegantlyi
nprteinents, u itli hret powet, depth,1
leauitiful i.olo efrothm aad stopi action. Ri
iash pi-ice to hmave It introduced, with stoe
oils others. Positively no deviation ip p'
illy tested tho organ in your own ilotse.
nd pany freight both ways if inattunient.
.nmia no "B~ogu a s of Iedde, or "':
umako no mis reprosentat lors, atud gparant
ULLY wAnnIANTr.D for five years. Other si
4wet Q.A (l0lh.1 f'(. and every Orgau has gia
FIILT VTORY ANDi WVAlIEdd d S,
ShEET MUS I C
Litalogno indludlen most of the popular mt
omposition, by the twant .tuthore. Addi
. MEN DELSSOHIN PIANO(
ce L sat
IL. PillhU44' A'gEnmt. W~zinn
,COL1JMBIA, 8 C.
in the State, %9uis vmj~hlng goodR
i'S ti b a es iSititiot
e4iAt the times.
Taylor's velebrated Mackliaw all*
ae, the latet Is the Derby' tr*,
Silk Suges and Alpmo% and Linen
iA the IaUeW repar-*t4,k first and
a I mot...
;''lied e rotl101 e1ts
teduced fromw 7 cents.
-4teaeoed from 10. -
--4teduced from 2.
onts pr gallon. '
3*e. - -
dced- to 70 ..cent. - rSwain'e iia
A pi tko...my. q'~ta ons-.along ai
pnts.pei- dosea '
a'nd 1No. i La~up ddin'eys 'At d
e sold for cash low before leaVig
'to of the almigtigdelle
Io wholosale trade.
HEn REGM~ZfATcOR d PRICES.
)A' OR4L't A oktAb B5Iiii
floent rosewood case elegahtly 'N i'sh'ed,
, 7j. Ootaveni, full y'ateht casitante. egrafreir
carved lega and lyre, heavy serpentine and
SFrause, .French Grand Action, Gyaid Hath.
ih ~ any *ay ten~d t'o the peri oiui of th'e
i eliverd on hoa'rd c a it
cease send reference if -you do hot s'end
vill he refurided *~~ieig#i ehirge's' ,1
'esentd jthis aribeit'. hutti hi
w Cover ard ow Al~ vAt/i s,
tbb xbilitton, and wre uin'ani sly
SThe sguitrea cooitali & flei w atent
,tor.v of Piano mnaking. -; le tiew . patent
Positively we matke the flnedt Upright
~rabilIty. .They are reocnytueeded by the
.Ov'r 14,06s Ii- da'' t r~lo drib $issatie.
are Uty ig. Psitiy .we .olfv the best.
Haindsome ilkr~ated eji4 ' escrtptive
dx eoats athip- Everf ?ian'o 11ly war
'"'a - .pr Ngw St lb tlibilee Organ
.... in Japaneosa 4 onlled the
it. taijtiest attd sweetest toned Patrior Organ
us 6 botavea, sat ia lleri viz.: Melodia,
. loffp Satfi.sa as follows,.
piapnda,$ubDass Ech, ucot, ?iolodia.
Couipler, Celestitpa,~ Biii- toupler, Grrnd
of the inaittimet'.)-HI lit Enao 8top and,
HeIght -71: in.; Widti,. 24 in.; We~ight,,
it; e4et'ed ith1 choid~ woods, and is of an'
itolf o'tvedia With patiele, music closet,
lnished. - -l'oaesses all the latest and besty
irilliancy afid syth pshetio quality of tone.
eiiii- retoj I price $25. Our wholesale neit;
Il and book only, $8's-s one organ sol?
1d. o pqy.swo t required un'il you have
W b send hill organs orn 16 days teat tVial
'not as reifested. Poisitively, our Orgtrie
ummy" sitol. hA do many others. We'
00 honost ijd, fair dealing, or not salE.
yles $35. ; $'57. $65' $70, $75. $$5, et.
eon tho full ii satisantiona. Organ CathioSpie
d1tU ki!i and 1etha AVENU.
at one-third price. Chialogne of 3.006'
oh'eido picoao aant- for 3o. statilp, tMigt
usa of the day and every vauriety otzfoat
0, Pi b, Box 2058, NoV foit~ City.
I ELEGANT JEW ?CHEA,
wemie h~ owIn'a( aIui 6e -de
p e bb isons cbIpu at~ sipn ~~
y rojpw.s tiu nId
seend atp -lIhou:43,,iv
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