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FOWN AND COUNTY.
WATUhlDAY-, Autuht 2V, - : 2 : '1881,
Tims. OF TIu K EWS AN1D IIERALD.
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i-AILROAI9 SCAMWULE.-The trains
now pass .Winnsboro as follows:
o th- d passenger, 12.28 p. in.;
south-bouid, 4.28 p. m.; north-bound I
I'reigit, 9.05 as m.1 souti-bonnd, 1.37
'p. m. Tiee arrivals are on the basis
ot Railroal time. . sixteen miutes
taster thah Winnsboro time.
Town Otinance-E. S. Chandllem
-The school boy is now te6tlg bad
oer the near approach of school (lays.
-Several of our merchants wi wonuu
go North in searelt of goods for the
-The hest grades of cotton are low
selling li this market at 104 and 10J
-On lecount of the short crops,
corn, w heat and oats are risilig rapid
ly in price.
-These mornings are decidedlv
,cool tor August, but they atre first-rate
-Mr. I. C. Gooding has returned
from his visit to Kentucky, looking
very mluch 'enprloved.
-Cdlet 11, , Davis left for West
Poinlt onl Wedniesday. We .tender to
him oul best wblies for success.
-Thiry-three different theatrical
and mnlins1rel tr'oU)CS are l11elLdv
"booked" to play in'Columbia during
he coming season.
-The new comet is said to be now
visible on a clear niight, b. it is ratlher
a small affidr along side of the one that
recently (isappeared from View.
-The pilor iosquitos act so told
these cool nights that they crPawl utidi r
the covering and roust as close to a
person as they can g< t.
-An enterprising young manl re
quests us to inform the public that lie
ate a very delicions peach on Thursday
afternoon, but is just out now.
-Colonel Rion andI Mr. Creiurbt are
making arrangements to have waler
works in their residenuces, to be0 sup
plied from the large tank near the rail
-The petition sent to the Coumeil to
prohibit tihe storage of senano wiihin
the corp~orate limilts was signed by
thiree-fourthis of the householders it
-Cotton is opening very rapidly
now, and in a short time wve may ex
pet to see tihe market pret-ty active,
and1( aL tlle more money in circulation
thain there is at presenlt.
-A negro found a yonng lady's
bow (niot bean) in one of the drains in
town, anid carried it to a group of add
mnirers of the youn lady, anid all rec
ognilzed the bowv at one. Thme '"nig"
imlmedlately put the much13 wanted a'r~
tticle up at auctionm, and we are- in
formed it brought a sum of mnoney.
Who the lucky man was we are not at
liberty to state.
-The latest slang expressions among
"then youmng lais of town .are
"sad'os and "all tihe samme".
And those among "the boys" m
N "wvell, miabbe", "I'm just about the
right age" and "well, they say I am''.
These are "'seand'lons"' habits for
youing ladies anid young gentlemen,
esp~ecially young ladies, to get into,
but they like it, ''all the samnme", ''and
don't you forget it".
Tmrs Curt'uen's Dmcso.-With a
view to settle authioritatively the con
t roversy betiween the Chester anidtthe
'"Uarolinma" Base Ball Club as to tihe
dcision of the ttimpire ini the recent
game, Mr. R. J. Mackorell wvrote to
the Newv York Clipper, statinug thle
point at issue, and asking its decision.
The answer, as piublishied In the issue
of August 27. is in these wvords: '"T'he
Carolina Club wvon by 14 to 10, that be
ing thme score of tihe last even inning
played. Thme gameu would have been a
dIraw if the0 Chester Club had gon~e tnst
to the bat and then made four runis.
The umpire was wrong In deciding It a
draw". As the O//pper is the rog
n11zed hn eadIng authority ini Such
matters, its decision ought to satisfy
all parties and settle the controversy,
COUNCILs PROC REDINGK.
The Rtorage of Guano in Town to be Prod
habitedt - o Sten Fi-re Engino--Staatement
of the Trnasurer.
The regular nmthly meeting of the
Town Council was held owl Tuesday
mnornling. Present-the Intemndanit, and
Wardens F. (erig, G. B3. Dunn, 4t. J.
MeCarhey anid J. F. McMaster'. The
-nmnmites of a special and of tile last
regular mee6ing wer'e Fead and ap
Warden Gerlg, for the commiites:
appointed to confer with thw Railroad
Company, Mr. WV. B, Crefght, their
agenlt, and the dealers in gnano, fin
reference to the storage of tile same,
reporteddthat.lir. Creight hiad otffered'
to store guano at the rate of fifty cenats
per-ton, and that the Rail road Comu-j
~ny~would not build a turnout.
n otion was thoul oftered by War.
len- Gerig, .and ,adoptod, that the.
itorage..and delivery of guano within
:hi corporate liiIts of the town be
pIrohibited,tnid that an 'ordinance to
lhat effeet be pssed, by the Council.1
[The ordInairce has hfceo been passed,
id it wil be found in atother 'col
On motion) a resoWiion was unani'
rhously adopted that tibose persons
iaving guano now stored In town be
ilowed till the 1st of January) 1882)
:o remove the same. . .1
The committee appointed to confer
with a committee of the Fairdeld PFire
mnduinCompany In regard to the pur
,hase of a steam fire enginey, reported
hait it was not advisable to make tiUo
urelase *At Present. On motion, the
ep1)ort was received as information and
he commiittee conthiuted,
Oin motion, the police were instruct
d to keep all loafers at least live feet
rom tho railroad track on the arrival -
Coun11cl tho adjolried.
The Il'Ioowilng is a statement of the!
-ecelpts and disburseients of the
l'own Treasurer t'rom April 11 to Au
rust 1, 1881:
ALpril 11-Bal. cash reed. from
V'olmer Council.. .., $609 25
klpril 23--First quarter's tav
erta liceise......... 262 50 1
kpril 25- License-Blind Tom 5 00 I
d1ay 1--First qtarter's rent of
inarket ......... .40 251
hune 29'-Fines and licenses... 17 50 a
ful)- 16-linles aid licenases... 6 00
Fily 26-Second quarter's tav
cn liecense........ 262 50 a
Total receipts.............$1)202 00
A'pri1 28-C. M lmChaimdler,
keeper of clock .... $ 50 0011
April 30-Police............. 75 00 6
Xpril 30-Lamp-lighters...... 20 00
April 00-Work oni streets, . 4 65
Qiav 4- Winnsboro. Pub. Co. 15 00 a
1ay 9-Cleanling engine.... 8 00
Ulay 28-Itepairs to market
at00 town hall...... 6 00 8
UInv 28-laking public pound 7 40
ta' --1'olice.............. 7.5 00
av 31-Lamp-ligitters....... 20 00 it
I ice 2-St reet laimpI.......... 7 25
ale 3-canming town hull.. 1 50 (
Fuo 3-J. 8. Catheart, con
tra %t.......... 66 66
Fuine 6 tming engine..... 3 00
4une 14-Mc.aster, 15-ice &
Kel chin1, oil, et c.... 11 50
Fune 29-ielnirs (o Truck... - 11 50
Fune 30-Police.............. . 75 00
liiie 30- LUainp-lighters...... 20 00
luly 2-J. S. Cathcar-t,- con
tract.............. 66 66'
[ily 2-Clenning eigitno...... 3 00
Fuly 5-Winsboro Pub. Co, 15 00
ily 1 1-Work on streets... . 5 00
r4iav 16--liep jai inlg public well 17 '0
Inily 27-Bi1uildhig britge... - -2 751
luly 31-Polie.............. 80 00
ruly 31-Lanmip-lighters....... :o U0
'otatl disbtln-. incu 8........ .681 43
ltily 31-Bal. cash on haad .a 520 h7
l t202 (0
0 PfE.NENT THP. iT. On Dlivi',ny .C
w.'TIllN TnEl C(lt')ltATE LIM1iT5 .1*U8H
TOwN of WINhshonl.. 8 2
I ) l II' 'TNACTED AND) ORDI.\INED
.L by h Inta ndaniit and War tloos of ,
he Town of I. jinnebrne 6. C in Cotaxneil\
I. '2hat fr om and arter the. pas-sage of
hbis Ordinanace. -t shiall no0' be .ala faao
wuy pe'rson, coigaoration "r* lit in to store.,
wa or deposit, dir c:iute :to hoe stor..1.,
14posited or kt'ept in -stofage'. at or in '.
mny pL'lvid wihiihe yorpterat~e limits of II
Lhe Town of Winnsbo'ro;.(o'.udeoier, <(r
~ande to be delivered, ut o r i-onm at y
plaoe within the corp orate 'Vntita of saius
t'ownl, anly G. abo, Puliivorized. Bone. Acid
P~hosphiato, or othier CommsnLreial Fertiliz.
3ri 0, any naturspQ'rnld whtladover.
11. .That aniy .pttri;ncip-ito or
dirmz who shall viola.tethe 1rovisitas of
his Ordinanece shall, upon 'Convisiion
~h roof, be inied in the. sumi eof FIW' Y
DOLLAlt8 for each anil ovory 6ffeno, and
['EN DOLLARd for qyd'.ny's continua-.
ion thereof. - -
Done in Couincil, Uhii .he .28th day of
tiigust, l1881-,. ai> nd tu thie corp 'rate sea
>f said Town affixed JH . J)L
Attesti! E. S. CHAi1 LEn,
Vlerk of Council.
"OLD iORY~ W'AON8,'' f
i fall assortmernt of wagons, both IRON
XLE nnd T1llMIIIE !<KEINS, now inI
tore, PRICEi- at out the Sfmoi as last
e-ason. Every wagon warranted for
welcve mionthS; I have on hand two openf
tndl two I< p) buggles. in which I offer a
,argain One extra buggy polo, with ,
mock yoke. for anlo cheap. Jiugg' and
aagon hnrness, .Jersoy wanon hoara'oss.
sinalpe wnnon harness (saddl'e, tugs anid
'J. I. CU~tINIINGS.
PaIHI II10ECiES I
e, UGA118, assoi-tedi. Coflrees, Rio,
Lagnavra and Old Gov. Java. a
Rilo and 01d Gov. Java Rloasted. t
t'eas, Black finfperial, Oenipowder I
md Young Iysofr. 1
Pears, Peachea, nlu.pptes.. To.
inatoes, Sahnoni, Corned Beef', Defied e
Hlam and Turkev, SardInes. &c.
Macaroni mid 'Cheese, Ginger Prev o
ier~VOdPin Jiend Oat. Mefal, Coopet'
rielaftliie, Mustard, Black Peppet- asad
Baldivln Ciatsup, Cioss & Black-i
weR's Chnt Chow,. Emph'e . Chow
f.liow; Assov'ted Plekles, Lea & Per- I
rin's Wordestershire Sauce. p
IT OUR HOUSEI
j TR M08T.
110 E SUMMfER BEVERAG~sb
iL VIRGINIA MINT JULEr$.
TRY THElI CELEI3tATD .
lO OK B~.3!R
'.4 imSH vq4%cdOL
SC L E ND INING.
mIAy.8 Next door to w. 1. Doty & co.
IlAVINO determined to "CLOSE
1UT our stock of Spring Dress
loods, we offer yon from this date
ousual bargains in saina. We have
complete line of those goods, and
arties will do well to call, examine
rid price these before purchasing.
Ve woul also call your attention to
ir line of Fancy Muslin-and'linen
tawns. In white gods we are "Full
Tp.'' Oar line.of these goods con.
Ists bf Linen Lawns, Victoria
awns, Bishop Lawns, Plain, Plaid
tid Striped Nainsooks, Jsconets,
ambrks, Piques, Plain and Plaid
r iss, &c., &c. Lanes, Lacee,
,aces. Edgings, Edgibgs, Edg
ALL AND SEE I'OR. YOUR
SIcMASTER, BRICE & KETCHIN
E ANN for the iSILLION!
'O0 CHO0'S BALSAM of 8H ARK'S Off
osittvely91Restoes the hrng, and Isitheonly
Tiit oil is extracted troin a pectriar'
Lpecien oflmal WIIrr E S~if , Qanigh t in
ie Ydlow Seat, known. asi Carcharodon'
'ondeled it. Every Chinese fisherman
nown it. its virtues as a restorative of
enring were disontered by Bd'dhist
'iest about the year 1410. Ita ouredewt'd
3 Aumnerous and miany so seemnly mi
rouluns, that the remedy was otilolally
roc~lahed ovet the entire Empire. Its
so became an universal that for over 300
eitra tid daAfness hit existed amoug the
hibee peple.Se t, charges prepaid,
> any address gt El jer hol tie.
Onily imopbrted by' aATLO00R * E06'
ale Agents for dmetto-t. 1 Dey st., New Yoric
Its1 virtues are fnquestionable an~d its
nrattive characoter abaulute, as the writer
in re-raon illy testify. both frinm experi
ncoe and obiservatidts.
Among the many readeiof t~e Reute:S
i' ode part and4 another of tile country. it
probhable that numabers are mfUot ed with'
enfii -'and to auch if- Thy be said:
"'irite mit ofoe to H~ayloak & .Co., '7 Doy
tr'eet, New York, enclosing *1i. anit yetr
'ill receive by letdin a remedy tilat *111
niable yen t~o beo~lfke ap.nbody else, an.i'
'hode extrative ofredtd wilt be perman'ente
re.gtret doing so"-tiof
fur a brief space reivieW the sitAtionl,
glance proudly back on giAnd success
es, then steadily look forward to fields
of more glorious c'terprise. M1aking
roin for my flil stfok-, I offer special
Iadneegnet-. Wket . branch h0fase
l 0 hester, una t.i' fin of M11h"
natigh 13ros., with Vtank P. Mimnatigh
at ihe ln-, ftuy1%%\' lttvge itid icreas
hig husinhess at thisy iuti.I .ill be so
gliunted that iIa bty footta tirect
ti-om manufacheiref- by :. tpackage,
andl ofer iundueeints:toa Whole
AMP Amnd relai. baye/it,.-ae'ttit
ptreviOtis years''. As'the ljin law ft3v
Ie recakled this year, and the 'rops
are short not onily i tWuWow counlty,
but aill o'ver the Statk, .It ~liQoOe the
wher'e they.- cain buy' the heet and moswt
gooids r the lrtst. m1ni 1 -'By ~nling
L. Mmnauh-, hatsu 4 heyWill
pro've to yout by their ptides tihat t.hses
advliocate the short prit c~asht sv~ltem.
I wi hat for th"Northu tiat kt
tsohIe timie next week, whlere I will
renmain) Eome thtme--littthily (eltet.ing
goods suited to the~ tf~OS of 1he peos
pile. We wvill order anty goods not in.
stou~k at flye per cent. net, fot patrties
p~aybyI eash tid.#n with the order.
'This batndh has ludrEAsed Wery much
In the past teelte mionths.: Ou
grand fall opening will cummatice
about September~ 16.
JnuR L fr.-Mi~Aan
LGE HIEER IN UOTTLES.
LAGERt BEER IN BOTTLES.
LA0GER BEER IN BOTTLES.
BEfl4NER & ENEL'S LAGER
BEER IN )BOTTLES AND ON
RBOET. -SbITIA'S INDIAN PALE
ALE IN BOTTLES.
ROBT. SITR'S INDIAN PALE
ALE IN BOTTLES.
LAGER BEER In lOiTTLES.
ROSS' ROYAL BELFAST
GINGER AME IN BOTTUS.
DANTPELL & COCHRANE'S
oINGEI ALE M BOTT~lS.
MAIRUEL DEST CIDtIR PUT ON
AND FEED STABLES,
WINNSI~hO1, S. C.
FOR.NESTONIS PRAY HAIR TO iflS
WATURAL VITALITY AND CiOLOR.
I? is a most Agfeeable dressibg, which
Eat oc harmless and eftectual, fot
preserving the haiY. It restores, with
the gloss and freshndas of youth, faded
.or grayj lighti and ted halt, to a rich
brown, 4* dei black, as may be deslredi
RBy ite use thin heir is thickened, and
bgl~aiea often though not always Cure4.
It checks falling of the halt lmnildi.
ately, and causes 4 1ew growth in ali
seses where the glands are not decayed ;
while to brashy, weak; or. otherwise
diseased haiy. it Impata.vitality and
btrength, ad renders it piable.
The Vroon cleaneQ tb4 edalp, curee
knd prevept. the formation of desidrugi;
and, by- ia cooling, btimnulating, and
soothing properties, it heals moat if not
all of the humors and disedseb pepliav
to the scalp, keeping it cool, clean, and
soft, under which iloiidittouis lk.
of the scalp and hair ard lmposim
~'he Yroos lbino **afble. It Is color.
lesb, contains usitbr Qil nor dye, and
will not 5911 wite~trc Itimparte
en ar~esfo.Ai fji rtftit4, and
as a arielefoithet 6isseconoml.
ial and oeapedded in it. egOellence.
PSEP4G NY Sn. 1. 0. AYES & 60.4
#VS.Utsst s Atet ebeaIsta
|.V At6 M5*ss W
AL A RGEB lot of the bheapest T' it.-t
Winnsop tohe pt1be over br ht to
- M.MASTa. mIC en A Ri.ir
M. L. KJ
MOST oomplete stock of Clothing I1
Ia neckwear in endless variety. Boys,
the latest stytes and I finish at pi-Ies to s
FINE, Ahoes for mien and bors.
Manlla.. and Wcbster's braids lin ill col
Aloaca coats lin all siftdes and qualities.
-id Mohair D)usters I all styless
ALL ORDERS PRC
WILL VA1CK, FOfR THE NEXT 60 Dj
#850 SQUA RE GRA.ND I
STYLE 3 1-2si
our new patent overstrung scale, beautiful o
large fancy moulding tound cae, full Iron
mers; il faet every impr6vereiit which can
-instrnwient has been added.
rWOur price for this thistrunent boxed aWd
New York, with tine Planio Cover, stoo'l and I
This Piano will be sent on test trial. 14
money with order. Cash sent with order w
-by us both ways if Piano is not just as repr<
in use. Send for Catalogue. Every instru
P. $160 to $400 (with
- 1[A N class and sold atv
-made one of the finest dsJlay alat the Cent4
recommended for the H1GHST IHONORS
Scale, the greatest improve'ient in the hist
scale Uprights are the finest in America. J
pinanos, of the richest tohe avid reatest dur
highes't muo tli hotities in the0 countty.
fled purchaset. All Pianos and Organs seti
UN5ATI8FACTont. Don't fail to write us befo
bargains. Piano Catalogue mailed free.
Piano Ctalogue of fifty pages mailed for sii
ranted for five vears.
'4-O1RNTAL." htyle 99, is (lhe handsomest.
ever offered the musical ptiblic. It contain
Celeste, Diapason, Sub-Bass alid Coh-stina.
viz : Melod-ia OelestN (it clrming top,) I
Fevto. Celeste-Forto, Vx'pression, Treble.4
'Organ, (which throws on the ehtire power i
Swell. Left Knee Stop iud Grand Swell. I
boxed. 350 Iby. Thecase is of solid wainui
'btirely new aid beautiful desih, elaborat
amp stands. fretwork, &C., ah -hegailly iI
improvements, %%ith great power, depth, br
Beautiful solo efects and sto) action. ieu
cash priet to have it mntrodneed, with Rtool
svells others. Positively ho 'devtatto'n in pd
'Tilly tested the organ ib y6'ur own hotme.
ahd pky freight. both ways if instrument is:
contaib ho "Boguil sets of Reeds, or "Du
make no nlisreptesentations, aind guaran tea
FUrLYWA InN-rt for five years. Other sty
Over 84.000 sold, and every Organ lias give
FACTOIY ANY WA EX1'O MS, b
STIET MUS I C
'ntaloguo includes most of tho popular iiu
'oult)osition. 1y thn best muthors. A ddrt
MENDlLSSOHIN PIANO C(
.iun '6 PTm
NPOOL + OTTON.
ESTABLISH ED 1512.
(Woe iD oN Wat'E Spdds.~
GEORGE A. CLARK,
400O BROAbWAY, NE~W YORIC,
Since tihe introductioh of this Spool
Cotto'n into the Amerikne hiark, t. its sue
ecas has been unprecdented. No other
brand of thiend has ete.' mot tvith 'tho
same itmount of puloc favor in the same
space of +ime,
The "0. N. T * manufaciurers were tihe
first to recognmde tbe iinportan'o of the
de'winig Machine and to rnkah oik.- cord
cotton, which has over bech the redg
nlr~ed standard for mnachines.
All the imsprovemeonta in machirpery
that tcan invehbtive g'eniu's 'o'f th'e 'nine
teeth ccoat'diry has produced hauve bofnnm
adapted by the manufacturers of "O.N. T.'
At all the gret LnternAtion'al Fairs. o
the wo'rld, "0. N. T." has been award'ea
the highemst ho~nors.
'Ibe "0. N. TI."' factories at Newarkc.
N. J., and Pis'leg 8'cot andi, emplloy
5,200 operativegj-tiI1axe suiftcient thread
daily to go'around the world four tiases.
Consume 140 tons of coal daily.
The manufacturers of "0. N'. T." ate
the largest manufacturer's of Sp'Dol Cot
ton In .the world.
A finll Miti tent of this Spocl C&ton.
cnne h Iid at wvholesaleiand ro'tail at J1. M
BJEATY - 0O0.9. feb 2:!- tx6mi
A BEAUTIFUL W)OK for the AS!RING
By applying gersonally at the nearest
fifce of Til E SINGER MAN UFATURI
[NO 'CO. (or by postal card If at a dia.
'ance) any ADULT person will be pre
<ented with a beautifully illustrauted o cy
>fa Now Book entitled
GENiS IE WA RDED,
STORY of the SEWING MACIIINE
containing a handsome ahd costijy deel
ingravipg frotispig'eo, alsd. 28 finely en.
.craved oddl ot, and bound in an elab
,rate blud and gold lithograplhed cover.
No charge whatever 15 made orthis hand.
me book, which cnn be obtained only
b)y appltittirnat the branch and suiboixdi
'iate ofmoer of The Singer Manufacturing
[lHE SINGER MANUFAOTUING CO.
i'rincipal Office, 34 Union Square;
may 17-.ly New ITdrir.
A PPLICA TION F0IlflARTit7
OTICE 19 hereby giveui that opilIia
N ipp *11l be ftado to . heLegisa.
.nre of theState of South 'afdlina, at its
text s ssion, for a chai-ter to cotiattnet
irailroad from admie point uin the Char
lotte, ('olunj~bla and Atrgt(8a Iafroad,
>etwen OolrmbIi and WInns jo, to
:oepoigt easqt of (Cuf de*, 5. 0., yway
Aug. ,88 .A.- ANRtM,
' F'. L. ZEMP.
,COLUMBIA, S. 0,
t the State. Gents' farnishing good
Stilts, Youths' Suits and Mcus's uts o1
Uit tihe times.
Taylor's celebrated tfacek-naw, also
)rs, the latest is the U'iby Straw
silk Surges and Alpac% cid Linel
YS ONLY, A GRAND OP FER O
VIANO FOR ONYLY $245
::ent rosewood case elegantly 1i ished, 8
7 Octaves, full patent cla'tanto agraffes,
3arved legs and lyro, heavy serpe-ntine and
Fratuo, French Grand Actidn, Grand la
i' any way tend to the perfe'tion 'of the
live on board Ms At 245.00
ase send reference if you do not send
ill be refunded and freight ebarges paid
sented in this advertis-meist. TlouslandS
ment fully warranted for live years.
Stool, Cover and Book). All strictly first;
rholesale faewtor'y prices. These Vinnom
innial Exhibition, avd wero unanimously
The squares contain our New Patent
3rv of Phino. making. The new patent
?ositively we make the lno-t Upright
ability. They are recommnefnded by the
Ove'r 14-,001 in use, and not one dissatis
t on 15 days' test trial- -) nEloHT FREE It
re buying. Positi elv we offer the best
Handsome kllustrattei and Descriptive
cents stamp- Eery Piano fully war
\NS Our New Style Jubilee Organ
. in Japanese clase, ealled the
tastiost and sweetest toned Parlor Organ
. 5 Octavex, 5 N0tn Of Heeds, viz : Melodia,
Also Fifteen lieautiful Stops, as follows,
liapason, sub-Bass, Echo, I)ulcet, Melodia
ou plor, celestina, Bass Coup'er, Gr nd
)I the instrument,)1itight Kneo Slop and
leight 70 in.; Width, 24 in.; Weight-,
, veneered with choice woods. and is of an
ply cirved, with panels, music closet,
lished. Possesses all thIm latest and best
illiancy and sympt'theite quality of tonO.
ilar retail price $275. Our wholesale net
and book only $4. ---U ono organ sold
co. No pay 'tent required uniil you hav)
We ien(l all ogans oh 15 days test trial
not as represented. Positively. our Otigans
minmy" stops. as do many et ers. We
honest and fiir dealing, or no sale.
les $35. $50, $57. 65 $70, $75, $85, etc.
n the fullest satisfaction. Organ CatalognO
7th sTtEE'r and 1'th AVENUE.
it one-third price. Cotlaogtn of 3. 06
loice pieces sent for 3-.. stamp. '1 hi
sie 6f tie day and every variety of Inusical
)., P. 0. Box 2058, NCw York City.
FiRhS1 URU hU1lSh
ARi tonitahtly bcing received by me-,
a syhopsis of which I give below.
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES AN) SY(UPS
ALL I IAD1S.
SUoARS8, FJI(O2 TilE HTIOBEST TO T1I1H
THIPE FINEST FLOI'14IIN TR ic M A R KFT--11#
P'ATENT FAM ILY"--AI.. O.A LL (G;R) A .E
,AUKSON'S IIEST1 s.,AMILY FLOUR.
OA NN ED GO OHin
'CA LIFOR NIA P'EARS.8mrelin'g Choice.
8UCCOTA .11, 00enis anti Corn Canabne
SA LMfol, - 'A REDINES
PEPPER. ETC.. ETC
I AlESO IN VIT E Y'Olit A TTENTI'ON 'rO OUk.
Give Ine a call and exn:mine l'or yonrscit.
AtIces too mimer'~ous t'o men'tion.
D,. i. lI NifliKENa
a4) 14 .
'fRoM~ TNE WVNECR
One Tire 1elate, ob'o 'ir'o hnder,
one Tire Shhnker', thh~e Screw
Platns, ono Belulo'wr, one Anvil, ond
Vide. Oilio B'oxing Machine, co ti
$18.00; will be sold for $10.
Lots of Oval. balf Oval' Round;
Band, Square and Tiro it'on Nbs
3pokes, Rims; Oahiage Bolts, Tird
Bolts and all manner of castings.
TO bESOLD REGAIIDLESS Of'
ULYSSN G. DESrOil'E&
KINO'S MOUNTAIN and i1s IIER0Es<
'' I HIS work', (r'#n the pail ok Lyman 0.
'.Draper, LL.tb., N' ll he read~y for
aeieyi a sh t limb It will be found
th i lletad ~iout licourato account of
one of the most in).pbrtant 'battks of the
lot'o' tioui: Eary South Carolinian
should have Ia 60py. Trhe book is rold
only bysttbscription at four dollats per
eoy it, may be proon'edi of the udr
si fied, dole agents for lfairfleid.
I. L.W~ITHJis &CO.
fe Rovised Now Tetamntsi, in all
the different styles. may be lhad at pub.
lisher's prices. July 16-Smn
All kineP of JOB PXU-NTIN(I, such,
hc., &c., don ini neat SI.v l and v :
OUtA?, at Ias ?bws A) Uiw ,