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tWo dollars u11d fifty pents.peraeiatuni,
in 4vawt. U66ral discouit to clubs
df Ile 'And upwards.
IIATs oF ADvERTIsiNo.-One dollat
'per Inch for the first insertion, 9 id
fifty cents per-indhrfdIrMUh 4iabseq aent
hasertion. Those rates apply to all ad
VdiltisenitaC, q f whatever natt co, and.
dre pa '16%%'tly intdvineo. Con
tracts for three, six or wvelve months
'*Mae on very liberal terms. Tran
sient local notices, fifteen cents per
1ihe for the first insertion fid '8Vtn
'ktid one-half cents per line for odeh
subsiauentinsertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged 'hr, tdVM'
'tisements. Simple anhnoniednisnts oi
Imarriages and deaths published free or
'chargo, and solicited.
All communieations of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to the
.VInnsboro Publiahlug Company
W unsboro, S. C.
M ALnOAD ScuEDU.E.-The trains
Lo~w pass Winnsboro as follows:
No0rth-boui d assenger, 12.2&k V. m.;
t6tit'lr-bb'6'nT, G.2 r-. th.' *-orth-bound
rleight, 9.05 a. MI.; soa:b6und,. 1.37
V. n. These arrivals are on the basis
'of Railroad time, sixteen thinuites
faster than Winnsboro time.
Masonl Meeting-G. B. McCants,
- jft6 igilistic mill was in opera
tion on Monday.
-Cotton Is beginniing to open and
Cufflie is begining tofeel rich.
- We hoar'that a6ohtite base ball
hte in town actually sleeps in 's unl
-We heard a negro say that even
his pumpkin crop was a failure this
--''hei-e'e titee prisoners in jail
who stand a pretty good chance of be
being "swung up"-.
-The Gordons are having squad
xdrills In anticipation of going to the
Yorktown Centennial in October.
.-The strects are in a very good con
lt6n W6W and w'6 h6pe they will be
kept so all through the winter months.
-The Palmetto base ball club of
this place left for Chester on Tuesday
to play the Star base ball club of thiat
-Messrs. R. C. Gooding and ). R.
Flenniken left on Tuesday for a visit
to Kentucky. 'We Wish therr a pleas
ant tine and a safe retuil.
L-The peach crop this year must
have been somewhat of a failure. We
have seen very few and tasted a great
-A good 0aM 16 tufae flnoa-vt%-Got
a walking cane and a little "It'' t
lead and beg for 'you. We mean to
go "conveniently blind".
-If you want to Iuirt somebody nmi
at the same time make that somebody
use bad words, just leave yotur front
'at'e open across the sidewvalk over
-The peach ci'ob seems to be0 look
ing up a ittle. Several lots h~ave been
brought to ton it the~ past day u
two. Veget ables are noiv quite plen
-The storelahouse near tue freight
'depot is going rap~idly forward, and
Avill very soona be ready for use. It is
a good-sized buildiaug-measuring fifty
by one haundred feats
-Thlerois no tise ini paying -a big
price for a sewing-machine, wheat you
itan get a frat -rate one for thir'ty dol
lars, by applyinag at the~ olktu of Tu
tNEw5 AND H5RALD..
-The '.Cotton Exchange" of Mr. it.
Y. Mc~arley Is nearly fiuishbd. ..When
eosipleted it will be quite a; 'handsome
buildinag and wvill add muclh to the
looks of "Irish Town".
--We are pleased to see in towvn Mr.
llemary C-. Boylston, now of Baltimore.
lie seeixis to be, in fine health anad
sapirits, tand ils many friends are gliad
te kuoyw that tha aivof the Monumental
-Jhey say it has cost the govern
ient $26,000 to establish a second
time the fact that Wilittaker mutilated
himself. We knmow lots of people hero
In Winnsboro that wo'uld havwe under
takena the job for mnuch 1l88 stonbey.
-The Bumiy Euutha gave its
readers in structions in "eibracinug"
last week. it's good advice, and we
hope all young men will endeavoi to
road its instructions and "embi'a64'
every oploi'ttinuity to tiradtise ttlil
-It is thought that Chuester will go
"dry" at the next municipal election.
From the lappearance, of .the crowd
that left foi' Citbster with the Carolitia
base ball cldh oui Wednesday, wo
wouldha't be a b~it surpidised Itf it went
"dry" in less tiid tittia tiitt.
-Tie glass-hall tL'Ktn expiect to go
to Spartanbiig on thme 17th instant
to participate ini a shootiaig-iutch with
the Spartanburg team. We hope they
Will meet with thie samd Sticc6688 that
tihe realized at the last mattih they had
ivith that team.
--In the parade . of time . inlchiand
Volunteer ifie Comuparnyj Monday,
Messrs. W. M. Propht; attd ti Mr
Chandler, of tihe Gordon Lighmt ihfant
ty, wef6 honored with the j#dst of
color-guard. Inm the shooting-match
Mr. Propst won the first prize-a
handsome silver goblet-offered for the
-=~Mr. T. P. Mitchelf, of this county,
1maf tows to the State Agricultura? D~e
1)atanfn # very fine speeimen of
ivariegated soapstone takeni from a
point about ninetesu miles northwest
of Winnsboro, and dvo miles from
Woodward's. A tich deposit d9f this
soapstone has been discove'ed by f.
litethell, and he thinks- it coan bo'
-A gentienfa~ti u ufof W/allied hudW
our office on Taesday and .i a very
dignified manner asked for a copy of
th's las issne. The desired naner ha
~ t# 46 -a-9. 4bt&Aa
*h 43I h1 ted it, tv
it itftfi 1, oro ~twsbo aka )t#
Iid k down a, vki Wd otit 'witbot
even 'ekpfsitt. his thanks V6 u
1hat's VIhat wb cIll "dheek *fn tt
fuill ponse of the word.
Viii VIME 'ro EUY A VIA'l.--:
'omitted in our'last'isguietO all attei
tionl to 'tie new advertlgi'nent <
Mesgr'. Ludden & 'ats-, h6 Wicdl
known proprietors of the So'tlier
Music House, Savannah, Ga. in ai
-ticipation of the cottoTi season the
offer speolal it i'tef6nbt's to 't'ho,
wishing to Pu'id #t'9p1g:1b 'r orgai
During tAs 'I'idnfh 'and Septenb(
they Will take twenty-five dollars cae
oft a piano, or ten dollars bash on a
odrgah, and the balance in three month
'ithout interest. This is decided]
'iiberal, and affords -an opportunit
which is rarely met. The lstruneni
offered are from the standard maker
and will dfreif 'give satist'fctia
Messrs. Ludden & ENtes have been
long tinte in their bfs'iimes, and the
have established a high *f6eutation fc
energy and fair dealing. They hav
recently sold several instruments I
this vicinity, and have always give
A LiBERAL OFFIR.-We have jul
received from an Advertising Agenc
in Cincinnati a proposition to inset
four times in our weekly paper an ac
vertisement of a prominent feina
bollege It this State. This advertist
inenit MAY-, by flose setting, be conr
bri'ssett Into the space of one inch
which, at at our regular rates. woul
nake the cost of the four insertio1
two dollars and a half% Yet th
Agency offers a dollal And a half
forty per cent. less thad we regularl
receive. We shall of course declin
this generous proposition. Now,
does look a little strange that. -Sotit
Carolina college should have to se
off to Cincinnati to have its advertist
nient inserted in home papers tht
HaVe fioquently and willingly given 1
gratuitons notices. Every year th
different colleges have their exhib
tions, conmmencements, etc., circular
df WhIMA We sent to the county paperi
with the lxpectation that they will b
kindly noticed in the editorial or loet
column. Every year these paper
have a kind word to say fdr th
colleges. Of this we doubt not th
idilnAlrs are properly appreciaLli
Yet when l'tnes to business, *he
an opportunity is Usesitbd to ai
these papers in a substati'al *a3
however small, the proposition colisa
in a fdrm that no publisher who wanti
to do a legiitinate business can accepi
This is scarcely liberal, and is not on
of the ways by which to enlist the al
of the press for the colleges of ti
Messrs. Willianis & idletx , 40AM
Ville, 8. C., Gentlemeii: The pian
plnrehflMl if vokt fill "Thb Greenwoo
High Schiool"'i one11 of superior toi
and wor'kmanshlip and is in all respec
entirely satisfactory. Resj 'etfully,
fnltr cress inM si
A regill' cotliniention f Win
boro Lodge, No 11, A. e'. M. i
be hold at Masonia Hell this(Tuds
evening, at 8 o'clodk.
hmg 10-fl Secretal'.
Free to Everybody
A l2AUJTIFUL BOOK tor the A8KHli
- By aplying persofh ly iii the neare
TilEf 1 I u ai'~l ANUF&CTU)
1I .b (oi- by postid 8afd if at a di
tanco) any ADULT, person will be pf
sented with a beautifully illustrated odi
of a New Book ontitledi
rottY o the SEWING MACHIN
contiling a huihdstrne and coatly ater
engraving frontikplbb~ .also. 98 finely e
grave~d wood oite, alidi boundi in an ela
orate bluh an d gold . lithibei-iphed covc
No chaigt$ Wligtever la madie for thli ihni
some bodk..,Uhiioh can he obtained. on
by application at the branch and anbot
nato oflices tdf The Singer Manufactuii
THE SINGER 1fMAJI#ACTURING cid.
Principal Offibie; 54 Union Squai
iay 7-y New York.
illfiN(d determined to "CiOd5
OUT" odt atook of Spring Dri
Goods, we oder you frotm this dal
unusual bargaikk in Aan. W~e hai
at Ioinpiete line 6f Lbe&6 gbs, ai
parties will do *teff to atll, examir
1ai' price these befor6 pifrchasinj
We nvonMt also call your ettention I
onr line of Fanicy Muslin and Line
La~$b. In whit6 go'ods ##ai-e "Fu
Up." bhr lifie of these godecor
Bists of LI~nei Lawns; Vietor
Lawns, 1NinIlop Lawns, Plain; .blai
and Striped Ntinsooks; Jaconiet
ICambrics, Piqfte% Plain and Plai
Sv is; d.;Mas Labes, Iace
Laces. Edgings; f~dgsfigaf Eds
CALIF AND SEE #0N tff
- . SELVES.
MOMASTEn; MRICE & KITrCUIl
1.jAlbb ft HOU$EjR
n SHEVRY COBBLER$,
e SODA *YATm4,
i LEMONADES and
h OLb 'VIRGINIA MINT JULEEE .
TR Y THE CELEURA'Eb
PRES3 .AND coot.
a J.C0LEBNDZ N IN .
may 8 Next door to W. R. Doty &Co.
.40 -XT THt
WE, the undersigned, repectfly in.
form the citizens of WIN N'B690 and
vicinity that we have 1IEMOVk.D to
- GLADDEN'S IIOTEL,
And are now in receipt of a full line of
new and desirablo
a SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
\Yhih we will soll at the lowest prices
. Laces and Embroideries, which we offer at
9 accordingly low prices.
.1 We resootfully ask the attontion of th
S Ladies to our entiroly new fresh
stock of these goods.
0 English Swiss, Plain and Plaided Nan
sooks, Piques, in great variety.
3 Ladies' Lane Scarfk, Ties and Pows, at
b fiftben cents. worth thirty-livo cents.
8 1 . ..
BEAUTIFUL SriING SUITS
e FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
bFor MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS
MADE TO ORDER.
*Sulth luade to bidel- at ve~y low pices.
SA~MPLES ON EXHIBITION.
~ ap 9
ARIF constantly being received by me,
a synlopsis of which I give below.
GNEW ditLEANU3 MOLASFS AND SYRUPS
r UUki18, FM TH IIGICiii$T' TO tilE
s-8,tFN.T HLt~ti IJ 11j M IT-"TIIE
JACKSON'8 BEST FAMILY FLOUR.
CAJSFORNIA PEAII's, 80meting Choice.
E 8aJCCOTAsII, hlcans 1a Corn Coiabtnen
el TOMATOES, ~ AES.8
r. SALMON, 8AlIDINES
1- PEPPER. ETC., ETC,
I ALSO INVIlTE YOUR ATTENTION TO oUI.
Ghivo mc li call and examine for yourself.
- Articles too ntitlierous to mention.
'AND FE]) STABLES,
DUZUiT the cotinltnce of thb
dull season, I will o'er bargains to
CASH 'CUSTOMERS in all depart,
BARGAINS IN WHITE GOODS,
MUSLINS and LAWNS,
tARGAINS IN .
CASSINERES and JEANS,
SHOES and HBA,
BEST WRITE DRESS SHIRT IN
TOWN for ONE DOLLAR,
Nice lot of Gauze and Nainsook
Undrshirts and Eleached Jean
. GOOD WSITE DRESS SHIRT
FOR ONLY 75 CENTS.
I also offer good CIDER Vinegar
t the low price of TEN anA iIF.
rEEN CENTS per gallon, and the
)est White Wine Vinegar at
rWENTY CENTS per gallon.
Crockery, Glassware and Wood
3nware, all at low prices. Come
UY GROCERY STOCK ALWAYS
NEXT THItTY DAS I INTEND
TO St TV
ENTIRE SUA1litEU STOON OUT
OS'I', FOR OQS2..
EAtS 90r the MILLION !
FOO OHOO'S BALSA M of SH ARK'S OIL
Positively estoes the Imarh. nd is the only
This oil is 69tf~itbd ~idi i d tiliar
speeerof small Wari~ rra ~nx, caught in
the Ycllowv Sea, knowni as tearcharoduon
,RXndeletii. . Everv. Ch inesh naherman
knowsn it Its M!hrfiiu )i t fbstorative of
hearing wero discoverbcd by Buddhist
Piest about the yeax J410. Its cur were
s0 num<-lhrous and many so seemnid g mi-.
raculups, t'hat the remedy wvas 0 llsially
polaiined over the entire Emipire. ..Ht
use bocamue so uniiversal thlit for oyer 300
years no dleafness haR existed amnug the
Chinese peoplo. Sent, charges pfepaid,
o any addfeIha itt gil poi- bottle.
uiy imported by IICiOOK & a.
Sole Agonts, for Americoa. '2 Dey St., New York.
Its virtues are nntishtibhable and Its
curative charaoter absolute, as the writer
can prrohally testify. both freni experi
once and observations.
.Among the miafiy -eitd~rd of (t Reviewe
in one part and anothei of the country., it
is probable that numbers are afflicted with
deafness, and to such it filsy be said:
"Wi'ite at ohipo to Haylock & Co., '7 Doy
Htreet; N6 Yoi-k, eiflosing t iidyou
will recei4t by return a remed That will
enaable yoffI hear like anybod else, and
whose curative effects wilt be permanent.
You will never regret doing so."---EdUor
gf Mercantile Reviewe.. jun 25--3m
A alilable VWor.
rNi undersigned has tafcen the. gn
cy.foy the Lsla of tlie ENCYO o
PE~DIA OFB081NE88 AND 500I4L
FORMS, a work recently publish6t b
the ~ational Publishing Com an y, pf
Philadelfphia The book embfaces ?e
laws of ctiq uette a'ftd goo'd Abdiety, togeth
er with >lain aind whiplo instrue ions in
thre valuribo art bf it~pearing tb ho st
adlvanthg on all oco-vions; how to dross
wvell enc aste inlly, how to sequiro a
Rood hundlvriti pg, an'd how to expiess
writ(~t thoughts in a correct and elegant
marttf~, etc.,* etc. It is wtjtten ly JAmes
D. MoCabo, the well knpw v auihr, and
is Pr(Vateod withi great &'are. 'The book
Is prmntsd 6n fitho tintedl paper, End -COn
tains 832 large octavg pageA. It is hand
somol)y bound, afid is emi,llished with
a large humbe,' of uperb en grq~ir g a
made expressly for this great woe by deo
best artists and engthvers.
The work is sold by subsefiption only.
WI LLIA M T. SMrIH.
EerlDer & :Ellg61
!PT BO'I'TLES AT ONEj Wr.
LAR ]ERR DOZEN.
HMtiF PT1f BOTTLES A'tIIXu
TY-FIVE CENTS PER DOZEN.
BO'TLES TO At hTURNIED
SUi HER BEVERAOA.
I ObA WATENi.
F. W. IABENICHT.
( MAR K
(Wown ou Wam SPOOLS.)
GEORGE A., CLARE[,
400 BROAIDWAY; iiEW YORK,
Since the introdnction of this Spool
Cottoo into the American market, its sue
eess has been uinprecedented. No other
brand .of thread has ever met with the
same bno~t~ bublic favor in the same
Th' " . :stf4titi-rr were the
first to recognize the. .iupo-tanoe .of the
'ewing Machixie Ii'd~ to make a six~'cord
cotton, which has over been the recog
nized standard fo ~~hiheM.
All the imiieiita .in mnaohinery
that tha invontive genius of the nine.
teeth century has p rodneed have been
adapted by the manu facturorh a Q.NT'
At all tho great Internationa Faire of
the wekla, "0, N. T." has been liwarded
the hIghest honors.
'Ihp O. N. T." faotories at Newark'.
N.J..id. Paisley, Scotland, employ
5,200 operatives.--rnake suffleient thread
daily to go around the world 4finir tilijes.
Consume 140 tons of coal daily,
The manufaoturers of "0. N. T." are
the bidg 'et uaufacturers of Spool Cot.
A full agsortment of this Spool Cotton.
cait bo had 4itw4 olesal'e and retai) at j.. M
B3EATY & CO.'S. f~ 22 ftxoii
THE BEST REMEDY
888868se Of t1I. Tbr58811 aii LNgd
In dliseases of the
A pulmonary organs
a safe and rolia~ble
tiedy is inval?
uitbie. A v is n'd
ti ch a remedy.
4 . Iti ai RcienftifiQ
e ination of t
VilE Ce and curatv
viries of the finest
. @u gai clinnically,
power as to insurE)
le/hi efficency, an4
FEU TOR U "uny"iri at
te foitndation of all piulmonar saaes,
fordin prorpt rl let ad at~i ciires*
youngest childrentake9 i eadiy
ordinary Ocuhe Cols, ~ro ioa
Tfiifroat, Asthni~ Crou , and
srh, the ef~I of n~i's ninny
PECTOnALa are wlan , admultitude4
are annually atserved fronm serious ill.
,uldbe kp Jhand id overyhoIus
hold for the protection it affords in stud.
den attacks. In Whoopingrcouagh and
Consnmj5 n there is no other remedy
Bofecdo su, soothing and helpful.
LWprices are biticements to..try
domie of the many mixtures or syrupsi
anade of pec and ineffective ingret -
ents, nQw.,9ffred, which, ast they con
tain no curative quualities, can afford
only temiporary relief and are sure to
4~5p)int the .patilo~ Diseases of the
thotand lugge dleanand active an4
*ffective treatment; and it is dangerous
xrimentig Wi h uinknown and chea
eicines, fto lhe reat liabill~ .th
these diseases nia~y, w ills so trifle with1
become deeply seiatedl or incurablei s
AYER's O Y j~u. PuEcTOnA L;.pnd you
~acofln tyo et th6 best resuta.ls
of .know curative powerj
md ii'as chepa it careful pi-eparation
4nd fin. ingrdonts will, allow. El
uent pysjas, knowing its compos.
~Iz, presorib it. The tost of half .s
centary has proven itst certainty to cyjre
yona the reacheof hun Aid.ared
4I*iPA150 BY DN. i. O. AYER A c6.,
iietieal ad it'slytleal Ohemiste,
pe3e A.eUgnian Vme3-===
IN order to snake room for my I
ilnnual inveutofy, I will offer special i
DAYS IN DRY'GOODS, NOTIONS
75 pair' Cable Serew' ,rogati, rc
100 pairs Cable S6row Ilo1gh sh
60 pairs Men's Pegged Calf Ties,
60 -pairs Women's Grain Polkas,
99 pairs Wome's Cable Scre*g C
150 fairs Ladies' Half Cloth Gait
Something nice in Indies' finego
is a SPECIAL DMIVE for thirty-&
ONE HUNDRED Sets of ups a
frica 6'f 25 cenfs pr s'et, for the retai:
T WENTY-FIVE Sets of Cups ati
75 Sets of Plates reduced to b5 c
190 Sets of Plates reducted to 50
IS OCed Dishes fd leed to 65
Bowls, Pitohers aitd Baking Dist
GLASS WATE! 'MIASS
25'Sets Banded 'Goblets redtied
ind ends in glass sets and dishes, for
3ARS, JAkS-Jut eceoA Vna
my prices before buy ingelsewh'ere.
1 few sizes-piltty, efc. To arrive ne
3heaper thah'vor, a'nd will'be sold ac
PAIN'S, PAINrS--the "To~n
highly recommended, and will be s-oV
HATS, HATS'- One hunndred St
mot want to 'arry aly of them over.
july 19 'H
1oST conipite stocpi of ClotILing.i
and neckwear in ehdless vri'ety. O.s
the latest styles 'a'd finish; at pr'ices to I
FINE Ibodeon' ih-'ieii imd bo s~.
Mailad WebitWs b~aIds in all col
Al ca6 taiilsdq ad t ealitIes,
WIDL MAKE, FORL THSI NtXT 60 D
$85i2 EQUARE NRALND )
STYLE 3 1s2 M"
our new patent overstrung~ scale, beautiful
large fancy moulding round caise, fii il Ito
mo~rs; in fact overy im provement which oni
inustrument haa.boon dded.
This ito wiie Po,'s oer ool randP
monoy with order. -('a sop t.Mit cidii
by us both ways if Piano is not uist as i- i
in use. tiend for Catalogue. Ivery instrl
made one ci te lneujt vllphji ai je Ccii
recoimmended fe r ths I iJ'A4't INO t9
Scale, the greatest inuprioe-nnt iti tjie his
scabl 'Uights aio tihe flpent iki Amiiiedc.
Pianlou, or the richle,.t lono anId greates'. dii
t'edl pulr(elbIl. All hnn an(t Organs sei
UNSA'TISFAC'roaY Don'; fail to wiIO upi hoft
I~argainsa. Piano Catalogue naalled fioe.
PJiaino Catalogne of fifty pages ialled for a
ranted for favo years.
' O1LiiNTL hL," a.til 99, in the har luomen
viz. I Mel'(d n; Coleste, (a oharming -top,)
I FortO.Cloq~te-F9orto. Ep~ression, Treble.
Organ; (wi;fh thrbova on th'o eptiro power
boicd. 350 lbs.. The card Granosd ili
entirey Miw arid beautiful dqsagrn, ela rii
lamgl~itands. fretwoi-k, &c.; al o~le ly Ii
improvemnfni, iajth great p~wov, < epti, !a
Beautiful solo effects and . o actlin. ,Rc
cul pricotavo it introduced, with stoo
sof Whrs..~ Positivly no,dserjation in pi~
fully' tested .thea organ ii your owh ipme.
and pay freight both waya if instrn rilt'
contain Ito "logns" sota of IEceda,.o'r "I i
make. no jnaarepr~esentiations, andl~ giarante
FULLY wAhnBANTED for flyo years. Otbor at
Over '24,000 acid, and every Or~.i hits giv
'AUTottY Amb, *AREROOMS,
SMNMTr Mtts 0
Catalogua ioludes most of the popular
comilo'hifo, b n beat .authors. ad
* DIJEl!LShOH!N PIANO C
u- jdn~ ar
R. W PHIILLIPS1 Agnt, Winns
'all 'nd WiMror Stodk, 'and po'r
nducesents f .the niext SAVIRT
dUcod to $1.25.
lie,'reduced to $146
reduced to $1.75.
reduced to $1.60.
Off Sho's, 'rghi ' t 81Mb.
bra, reducedt6b -.gb.
>ds, reduced to $2 25 a 'pair. ,Ti&
a only, -and can be bought for 'O'ABES
nd Shucers at ihe astdnishing 16*
t t'-o Ily.
d Sancers redudd tO 60 'cents -pdi
euts per set.
bdnis &et det.
es redntcA accod1hg'ly.
o'65 cents per set. tone dds aid
aIf their original vttlu'e.
W NoV1%%4ait 'Co'ha'ina Jars. Get
window Glasa'secia bargdins in
xt *eek Ubtar 16% 'df liur,
and Conn6ry 'Niied af&t is very
I at 'er.y crose margin.
:aw Hato at an< belost coat, as I 46
A4DER '0F LOW PRICES.
SiDOUMJBIA, S. C
u. the. Stat. ,Gents' tUrnalshhit
.Suts YutS'Shite Wd 3enC toA
uit the tilnes.
'Taylor's ceiebrit'ed ak~a, is
ore, the latest Is the eby. trw'
B3ill& Burges and Alpic1, 'ai Tkie'
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AYSUNINY,A OhA59D 15F1ON0
'IAN'O FORk 0JV"LY i$$:
cent roseood aso iglea a,,I ibe~
7j .Qctaves, fui patent Cfca agra s'
chrv.ed legs an lre, haa~ y rj eine in
Fat, 'rechi Grend o nti ~uiHiw
Lii aLly~ wa~y tend toi the per eLon'of thec
ease 1end reference if you ddo zo solid
~il ~o'eun ded 'aid . erlgi bt e ~ags -pid
ese io'rn this actverdisernent' . ihonsaridia
tie.tt l'illy waga ted l'i'I fly .y rs..
Stooi, (Covgr~ aind 10l. All strioti .lii-s
w'holesalo factory prices. Thse Mar'i
clinial E3xibition, nit'di were unaim~,ouslyv
'fTh squiires cotaiUn ';uri New 1'tet
.l'dsit ively.- we tiiil:e , th ,'.finct U prth
raliility. Tlliey aire i'eoi;iended~t by the~
,Over 14,00.' in uso, ipnd not. one dhit-s
ton 15 dayit' test trial- -4 ii::o it ruF.x; t
>re butying, lPositi. el. we ofl'r th e best
lHatidiomno. Ilhis rat'd Ia dti( Deseriptiv'a
x cents staimp- baery rialno fully wr
N . ifa .dylE Julileo Organ
.. InJapanese Unse, .cailled1 the
a o Oc1~v edn, viz.1 Meodia,
DI apan.od, sih~hs E hprute r9,,1d .a
~t, veneered. with b ~ji b9w 1 odlg IA Qf is
tely c'arved, .wi a. s,., n's p, cloao
. abed. P)oneseng $11p 9a 1 6~.n~
r f~ahoy, and siy antett oic y f tone
wgar retdUl phice $b.0t,.w 'A joiso.,d '
l and booi~k..only,8',--iW0 .. qIgr siol
ice, 14e ing .n$ regnatrcA une'I .you havit
We ,'u-nd all ocdhiis 'n 15 driya (,ot trinl
not as reprurented. Udi~~vely. our' Organ.:
(many" ntojps. as, ;do in'y others, Wo
o honest and ijr .des g .rip. a
vlea $35. 50;, . $65 $70 $'l ,)9 , 11(;
en 11 tiLl tiest satisfaction. Org 'ataogu
W7th S'INE' aid 10t h? t&E
at pe-third gee atalogit 'of .H)
of c pin~case for . . p
18of thte day and every varietj of E
IK!Ntl'8 MOUN'i'll Aiid i 41tN1OtE
r HiJwo; rk he heno o q
I. Drgpetr,. J4J., w Mdy
onoe . te most . mpo1r & of th
Retoinhtion. Every roflinia:
should have ae jop, kis rol
only by subscriptf~ ,att doitars per
copy. It may opi ebf the under
signed, solo ag6s se AIfIel'Cd.
4%. L. WITH' ER$ & Co.
A& Iteviskac New Tetamtents, *el1
the different styles, may be had, eat b
hisher's prices, juily 16 - n
Aill ltida of4 J lIIlNN, such
as Letth~r 1load+'Bill HtandsE he
&c., &o.,liu on i netIyl anid yer
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