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OWN AND COUNTY
.UNDA Tt Reptember ill 's : 188.
E iJMs OF ''IIN E.f1, IhERALD.
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advance. Libera discount to clubs
of live and upwards..
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ifu.uentinsertion. Obitna-les and
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tiseinenti. 1t %le announcements ,o
marriages and deaths published free 01
charge, aud solicited.
All communications, of whatsoever I
nature, . should be addressed to the
Winnshoio . PibUshing Company
WImsboro, S. C.
ew Cash Store-M. M. Huey. <
School &otice-T. A. Robertson, I
-itJdge Pressley arrived Saturday.
lie is the guest of Mr. U. U. Flenni
-Messrs. J. T. Barron and John P.
Arthur, m~ttnpyq of Columbia, ve'e
in Winnsboro on S Tday.
-Several. I attemp.g$ rain in.
'IV:o 9 > av. ghowders fell in
di 'e: t,parts of the county.
- I i tauLl ui's fall opening w ill take
place next week he proposes slashing
prices for caeh regprdless of the opin
ion ofhifs larrow-ilnded comn peditors.
-Don't forget tho mneeting on red
nesdiay ili.... Everyone should at
tend,.aq that i voice of the town can
be knowi in'rggarit to tie purlchase of
a steam fire. 'gige.,.
-Cash prices on Moliday 61.;
otton, 11; for corn, $1.05 to $1.10;
for meal, $1.05 to $1.10; for bacon,
12; for bagghnj 2n 13; fo'r 'ties,
'$2.00 to t2.25 per. bunch.
,-The theatrical entertainment for
the gnellt of '~ G~rdon Lgl'i,.Infan.
try will take place on ti'20th of this
month. This obj'ectf the entrtain
mient ia a worthy titne, and we hope.
that all the citizens will favor it wilh
%t~ef o 1m~l at ronage.
tei'r moi libei "a'ontd
- ...'061:hatygv ill leave1 in
a few days to take halge of.a .graded
school in Sumniter-. .'IAt week we ex
Oressed our high tpinion of his capatsi
py as a teacher. It Is agreat liity that
. .0 t
Ptirfield epuld not .have kept him,
witIin ic . . ,at
some future (iy sie mic.get him back.
DEATHS.-.Miss Carri eansngh- 4t
'ter of the late Dr. Daviti C. eans t
died at her mothir ' residence Qin
t'eoday, after a lingering illness, at
the age of fourteen years. 1Her death,r
-nsdsas it won1'd hMe been iX\ 'aiy
event, was doubly so onr account of
the many similar bereavements hrer
Sarents h~ad sustained. To the sor
rowving farinlvy Y/ ei'tei~a ~ieir'tlilt~ 1
Mrs.tC. ,B. Souter, living in the I
Cedar Creek-se' tion, a d1O on Satur
d1ay, after a painlfl Illness of *three I
* nonths. She had reachcd the ripe age I
* 'of idine't.- four -yea'rs, 'End Wvas general- i
~y esteemed; .*. -,
D EA'TI OF Mitsi LAKIcN.-Mrs. Grace
Lakin, the widow of the late C, J.
a ~ kin,-auda diter or Oei. 'Joln
T t her home in this county o'n Saturday
1 - t. Wr Lakini had reached a ripe
bl i e''ing In her ninety-ninth year.
he ws ogi .'d .true Christian
worth, and her odeth, 1iouigh to be ex
expected, ,will pg~d grlef 1many
beart. The funeruil seriic were
- ponduced at Little River Baptist
Chiurch 99 .8tiliday mrpirng by the
-- ev. T. W.Sn4U tii;nd - tle renmains
were Interred in the adjoining bury
Ing-ground. Pecace to her ashes.
FAIRFIELD TEANEM' -AMs9oCATIOO.
r-The Fairfield Teachers' Association
held Its meeting on Friday,. ,.Owing to
somie ,misunderstanding abett theodate
t'ew .irembers were preset; VIce
Prcedcent Durhamn presiding. The
* election of ollcers was 1)dstalog~ Vo
$he next,,eeting dn the second Friday
In Nqvemnber. Miss'Keyes was elected
a regular member of the Association.
Aresolution wvas unanimnously,.. tidopt
ed, explik Ifi-et at the i moval
of Mr. Durham to another county, ex
pressing, a ,full , engs of the aid lie had
rendered tihe asspuimattti by his work
aa lecturer ada memnbdr, and wish-a
ing him much sticcess in lilijftsv~ field.~
After an informal dinner tie .Associa-'
ion adjourned to meet on the second
Priday in November'.
14Evw AnvER~T18sEMENT.- r. Jun.
L.Mimnaugh of the Augusta Store
as now got ini oo portion ofhis
iewv stock, and II .san Inmaeb lionl of
his goodls and prices. Ile ha ig akeni
great care, In buyinig, to soct ood
especidfIlj sutitedl to the u't nts t fit h
comunilty, and lhe means m i en
* t price.s.pi ,ed to the haird tilms that
seem to heon1 us5.
Mr. M. M..iluey has opteed out a
stock of g o in the store one door'
s,ou.t. of i , ?Mezsrs. Drunlevy &
F tylmeats t'o soil them~l cheep).
We lye..a~ goodt .~many stores in
uVnnabpro~iu th 'sawals room
for more, mgi we Iioie4gr. iueny wvill
enpjy'his full share of tradle. Go and
.Ns TiATL,.-A corresponl('elytes
* - ~ rotna Wooh ward's, Septembler 5:
"Etlyon Saturday morning; a,, con.
sidejable crowd assembled on ,tho
- '4~pgs oftg4e TAIttle River Base. Ball
lnto~ wliness a'match game between
-ftdlab q'nd tho imeedi club -of
;hib place. Abotit ten. o'cloqk nine
en..be's of the .Nameless artived no
3ompaniqd by a scorer, sevral, t iueP ,
and flye beadtiful young lady. friends.
The Nameiss here found that theIr
oli.ptvi.,Mr.' , Q. aldwell, iyotld 6e
$bsent on .aotnpt.of a. disabled hatini,
and they. ppointed Mr. We, S. 'Bijce
to act lit his stead., Thet gamne, com.
ioncqdat etevqn 9'clock, and was con
ducteQ with great sp4irit y, bPth clut
antil three Q'clQeek, .and esulted in a
victqry fpr theo Natpepes.,by A scpre of
nineteen to,.six. Great eO:edit is due
the Nameless, as they ptyed under
pme disadvantages.,' Mqster.Jphn M.
1B -ice, short stop of the t'ameleses,
0hough the smallest asid youngest
player on either club, (id, all thilng
~onstide, the begply li, and made
)>ly One out in ninie In lg."
T H E CIRtCUIT CouRT.-The Septem
ier term of the Circuit Court for this
,ounty openod op .1puidayr Inorlinig,
1S Honlor B. J..uiessley,,Judge of the
r'st flirpit, presjjlnlg. The grand
nry being organized, tlie Judge
harged then briefly as to their duties
i reference to bills subinitteil to them
)y the Solicitor, and theygetired from
leliberation. T'he following cases
State vs. John 11111, appeal frq.m a
entenco of Trial Justice Evans. Mr.
k. M. Mackey appeared for the do
endait. The charge against him was
lie hiring of I laborer while under.
onvtpgt with another. Tip jpuly ip
ho trial justice's cotrt fo'ind the (e
budatat guilty, an(] he vas sentenced
o pfayi a fine of twenty-five 'doIlarS or J
to rjp.,Aned for ten days. The de
iidanit apiealed on several grounds
niong them that the Act of the
xeneral Assembly punishinti as a
tAjdespWp.noI :.ie hiring ofa laborer
while ungler contiract with aiother is
inconstitutioial. It was also showit 'T
hat a l)rtioi of tfie evidence of cer.
ain wit"nesses was lot tikelt (lowi, ini
vi ting at the trial. His Honor held
hat t iis was a defect in the proceed
n1 tA, which could not be supplied by
W ait Ogoth .s afL'ttbe .t'ial sii
li. w Court, anld thatt tie defeiid
qit ,y i etitit led to a new trial. The
eten ant' 6Qsii.e,:proceeded, how
er, with f)ig e4Aiseilt of' le court, to
ri'gue (lie ot hel points alsed on i e
m, oh the,.,rinj) d first ineiiioned,
ranttted a neow tria
State agaiiis. J. K. Dayis, chairged e
vith the same offeiie- aipwal from a
eitence Tial Jrr a tice Neil. M'r.
k. M. Mackey appeared for the defeid
mit. Amoiig the poiiit.s itiide wias
hat aft.lr the jury was sworn, o01e
u11r was exalilitied ol his roir dire,
ItY, I ' h ls IiclIri Ig ta *lit Ilt
orned an opinioin on lite race, wIas Ie
ired. Oii this grotind his Ionor hiel .
hat the defedaint was entitled to a
ow'ial.. Otheri poinit were made,
v~hich his Hoiior took under advise
ShaRI the. Lien JIiw 3B. 3topealed?9.
NAessrs. Editors: As thi'e is such
L differece of opinion in i'egai'd to re-2
d'aliti the Lieil.L thiik ).s the
luty of our Icegislators to learn the
rue senititnent ofhe. People andI act
Lccord1igiv; and the best way to leairni
his is to call mseettigs in each town
ihips and pass resolutions that wvill he
kide to otir rhlitesenEt'tive~is.I.
di'e8s'rs. Nilas&-Ru tle4e, Green
rille, S. C..:. . ar Sirs-1 lie piano (
>ui'chased of.\ s1.is entir'e satisfac
.ioni, and I am convinced thmat it Is well
,vortbh the ,pri-ce, paidk.
SGreen wood, 8. C., Feb. 7, 1881. * .
S0CHOOL NOTIC .
A'.\)A S eti g f the .Trustees of
. Icho District No. 14, held on the
10th instant, the following resolution was
"Tho edall A, ?, b sciiolars in School
District No. 14 be required to enter the
>ublio schools at the opening of the
.rm; falling to do so they may.,he, de
jarred after the first woeliof lth'e'eoainion."
T. R. R1OBERTSON,
NEW ASH STO1W!~
-ONE DOOR SOUTH OF
BOO 'S AiND SH OES A SPECALT/Y i
-* v&' s+Jousand Dollars worth of'
Boots and Shoews, to lbe soild iii'a limit
Somie oif the( ebyr~i.ire~ 1)3,(h4ct-fi'oii (lhe
ninianfilei' and others conisig ned,
rind will be sold at2
A1~i' a 10' oif Clothing, Geiits' and
0s'H ats,.,Drys ,Go is, .Etc., Etc.,
w lywil be sold at (and ljyltp1y' Cost.
..'--tI'have iiisde 9~l'rpt nige4~iyen to
.e supplied i'r'omv*ti ne to -(tine with
4uch goods~ as wvill mei(et the demiands
. For bargaiis call atone o
r~ nbi, to showv goods.
deis'.hoe's f'ami Sovenity~-tIve
'.'itM illh Lndies' 8lices from infl
Atltsu lt. m' o
lI nt. tor' Mehn and( Boy, ro
1'wentyi-five Cents. lup.
M. M. ItEY.
R. J. McCAuILEY & 00.,
COTTON JBUYE.RM AND) COMInilIONj
&ro no0W prepared to give the hiighest
markot prioo f'or the staple.
We are agents for the Brown Cotton
3in, with Feeder and Condenser.
W~e are also. agents for the Champion
Ali,parties will find it to their advant.
igo to give us a call.
AT OUR NOOSE
4 TIIE MOST>
)O1CESUMMER BEVE RAGES,
D IRGINIA MINT JULEPS.
TRY THE CELEBRA'I ED
BOK p .R,
pErZS0H AED COOL.
J. C L END IN ING.
nn.v:8 Next rioor to w. u. Uloty & co.
V IEAT, DLM) RUST PROOF OA';. .
RYE AND BARL EY.
UsT RECEIVED A FULL STOCK
OF BAGGING AND TIES.
'ENNESSEE WAGONS-C H E A P
,ND GUARANTEED rO uIVE
Alwnys on Ianud a full and select
.ock of Groceries and I Inrdlware.
J. F McMAISTER & CO.
DLO SIN G
[E)NT THIRTY DAYS. IINTNND
TO SI1LL MY
3NTIRE SUMMEB .STOCR OUT
~3i~.' FOR (~Agh.
N:ON LOT OF NORTHERN
FINE LOT OF NEW IRISH
. NEW SUPPL.Y of MAOKIEREL'
--THIS YEAR'S CATCH.
EW FLOUR anid F'RES B30LTET)
MEAL-JUST COME IN.
ALL FOON AND GET T1
'oro, S. C. dec
UCERNE. Clover, Bino Orast anDd
IN THE NOIZTIIFRN MfARKET.
JUST AS WE WOULD HAVE IT,
CO'iY 'O OUR ANTICIPATIONS.
T i n, NW'V' FROM 'KhIE idIE LD.
Tihe achilevemeiints of our buyer fill
Pr evioitt expericatee fhils to give
even a iaiit concepuloni of tihe splendid
IsII'tient an11d unlimited varietv of'
tall goods now fr'eighltin everc1 st'eam
mr-Iarriviug by eveiry train. In a few
Will thrill o t he. jni c of our prices
as Fair'ficld has long siice done.
..We tiiurn to Wiinns-bolo, the hom1e of'
our earliest ente'rprise.
We levote capital which will be
fi mple, experiencei which is considera
bc, al energy which slatill hie iitil
ill, in k(I Iur W hotse where it
has beein ever since our1 advent, at the
TilE FIIONT RANKS
As sulpremely iidicnlive of these
rePsolitiol"n outi have olyh to witns
the display of, goods arriving daily.
AN I MVbICE OF
H ATIS JUST RECEIVED.
A lONA FIDE NAiMfAkl .
1From .an assignee's sale, 1783 fine
batts4acirjificedI at 241 cents each, or 20
cents on the dollair, but
Det ermined to revolutionize busi
ne*w, to dlevastale~ the mnarket this tall,
will sel-l the entire lot- in smnall quani
tities to our' customers at
TWM1Tt-FIYE bN'Tl EACH.
Guir "Br'other's of ih Yard Stick"
needt not. apply f'ort these goods, as we'
will positively sell noneW of .thtem to
mchanits at these quot atio~ns.
Through the stock will convince the
molst.:skepticail t haMt these oodls are
wvoith six imes the pr.ce as -'d.
ORDERS TO SELL OUT
.Glassware at any prIceg, in order to
mui~kv roomti foru the largest stock of'
D)RY GOODS andt
Ever' exhjibitesd in WINNSUORO.
To' effect ai ulearaniice sole4 we wvill sell
the conitents of' the above de'patmtfl3t
Never' bef'ore In thle histor'v of mer'
presenttedl itself' to lihe people of'
Any lad(y whoii misses this sale will
always regret it.
JOHN L. MIMNAUGH,
The Leader of Low Prices.
tPURE CHINESE TEA.)
A BLACK TEA WITH A GREEN TEA FLAVOR
The Most BeliefibialTea linported
VERY CONDUCIVE TO HEALTH.
W i4, T . TASTES.
The Oroat Atlatic 'bnd Pif', Tea C opn
have fl ade it a study to fuiis a a thnat
would 11 They feel the utnilostAconfi.
Ii9Eb uAcqonspllshcd that re
sultIll h6 to 10 of t .-eotar. It iq the
t ho ed and ivost Une tota Piero
Nat'l-all 1.@r tea evr offered. t the public.
It Is cured pon jutm-olid In the saute manner as
if lpre~parod or hativo consumpItiomn. '
is tea lis een subjqted toi a hmost search
'lIpg chomical uilIk popular tests, and In, , been pr&
ounced bRIantLY U l. D V1C
I'LAVOR,0IIIGIELY N1UTIt TIVII PWKR
PEOTLY MIGALTHEV VERY STRONG
and 1CVONOOAL It is reeommclnded to suit
iil tastes ,wotheie acouatdn6e to theGrees or
Miack varieties heretofore. It Is warrainted to
jklyop rfct satisfaction or the mone will be
r6fundcd In every case, by the party selling it.
..Conasca e o rk lit givine n it
*ra o t &t'j Diuy a Cadd
GOOD TEA. . ,. k * "' ef
PN. B-No e GenTinae unlesar packed In One
Pound Air-Tight Trade.Mark Caddies.
For Sale Everywhere. Ask your Grocer for W0'
The .reat Atlantio & Paciflo Tea Co.
I'miofrts, CeIte Roasters and Packers,
P. O. Box 4233. Naw Yomt.
ANb FEsED STABLES.
Wrxn'..nonto, S. C., Sept. 1, 1881.
dSNio INEBTED'I'O TIE UN
DERSIG;NED, KNOWING T~IlEIRt
NOTNS PAiLL DUE ON TliE FIRST
OF OCTOBER, WILL PREPARE
TO MEET THEM, AS FULL PAY
MENT WILL BE RFQUIRED. UN
LESS FURT HI ER A RR ANG EMENTS
ARE MADE, THOSE HAVING
THEIR NOTES CARRIED OVER
FROM LAST YEAR WILL MEET
TilEM PROMPTLY, AS I WILL
FORCE COLLECTIONS ON T HEM.
'A. WIL LIFO RD.
TGAlLET SOAPS I
A L iRGE lot of t he cemapest Tniih-t
tl oap tor the price ever brought to
Winnsboro. Oall and be convliced..
MoMASTER, BRIGE h, KETIN.
MOST complete stock of Clothlug 1i
and..neckwear in endless varlety..I3pys
the latest styles and fluish, at prices to a
FINE shoes for., ien. and hovs.
Manilla. and Webster's braids in i1 cob
Alpaca coats in all shadoe and qualities.
and Mohair Dusters In all styles.
WILL MAK E, FOR TIIE NEXT 60 DI
.( SNA10S "AIM
$85SUAR E URJV
STYLE 3 L-2 1i'
-uar ntow patentt overstr-ini: socal, beautiful c
brge lancy mouiding round ease, full Iron I
ners; in fuet every int'rovenent which can
nastinmenthas ee udrled. . . , e
W Ou r pri'e -ty fi s jim.hs at-rtnsnt boiedWmtl
New Yorki, wvith filno i'ian~o Covecr, Stool andi B
This Ptiunu will ute i,t, on-te-.t itrial. N-1e
:nuittoy with criht r., Omi sent with order wi
lay uis both watys if Pinno is notnst as reprel
ifa use. tenui for Catailogut. Evarx instrur
.2 ' - . 9 SlG0 to-.$400 (.with
- &S class-and sold at W,
.udo one ct' the-flnest displu.\-s at the Cente
recomnended for the HIIGH1.EST HONORS.
:cale. the greateHt imiprove'ntit in the histo
cale Upiighti are the finent in America.. -1
Piano, of the richest tone and greatest, dura
'lighost musical aittuabrities-int the countryi
sled purchaser. 'All :Pianos nd Organs sent
UNdA'rTsFACTOny Don't. fatll to write n befor,
argains. !' i mo Cata ogio 'mailed fro.
Piano Ca aloeuln 1f tilty pages -nailed for six
rnnted f'or five vetrs. ' - . I I %
JU B1IE ORG
Oitii.N 'AL," bt~iu 0ti, in the handsomest.
-vor offerod the tuntsical public, It contains
'olesto. Diiapason, ub-Bass and Celestina.
iz : M.-lodi, (,eleste.. (at ebarmuing top,) Di
forto. Celeste-Forto. Expression, Treble-Cc
)rgan, (which throws on the entire power of
%w0ll. Loft Knee stop and Grand Swell. M0
hoxed.. 310 lba. The caso is of solid walnut,
-ntirely now an 1 boautiful desgfi, elftborato1
attip stands. fretw ,rk, &c., all elogantly ,in:
improvenents, m ith great power, depth,-bril
iBanutiful solo etl'Iets and stop action. Reoi
-tsh price to have it mutnm l faced, with stool a
,olls otfhers. Positivel. n > deviation.in pric
filly testeli t.he organ in your own home. V
and pay freight, both wiays if instrument is n,
-ointain-no 'Togus"' sets of Reeds, or 'Dun
nake no mirpa tiresontatios, and guarantee I
!ULLY wAthn.Nrr for five years. Other styl(
)ver .00) sohl, and ccry Org.n has giv(n
FACTORY AND WAREROOMS, 5'
S-FETMUS I C at
.'atalogno inctulles most of the popular musi
:omllposition. by the best anthors. Addresa
MEND) E LSSOHIN PIANO CO.
jun 25 .nu
AlRF constantly being rdeeived by me,
synopsis of which I give below.
SIiw OILt9N MOLASa~tm AND SYRIUPS
-lUOAlt8, FIC03M TIIE 'i1JGl1tST TO THlE
.LOW EST Cit ADlES.
PiI~ FIN ICT FLOt'Ul IN'T14ti Mrn1(rr.--"Tfl'E C
I'ATENTi FAMILY"--ALEO A LL GIIAD)ES I
JACK(SON'S lEST FAMILY FLOUR.
'A I.IFORINIA PEiAIIS, Someting Cho)co.
.SUC'CPASIl, Deans and Corn 0.ombneg
"OM1ATOIi8, ,. PEACHES
FINE APPLE. . ~. C.
IWPPERt. ETC.. ETC l3
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of years of careful study and practical ex
periment, and are the most effectual rem
edy yet discovoredi for diseases caused by
derangem~ent of the stomach, liver, and
howels, which i'eqftre profbt andi fieo.
tual treatment. AYnn's PILLS are spe,
cily applicable to this class of diseases. 1
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alcivilized nations, is one of the many
btroofs of their value as a safe, sure, and
nerfectly reliable purgative medicine. J
b3oing comp ounded of the concentrated
virtues of purely vegetable substances, . 23
they are positively free from calomcl or
any injurious properties, and Qary
administered to children with perkc
Asan's PILL~S are an effectual -ediadoe
Oonsti pation er Costiveness, -Inudi.
estion ysoesia Loss of Ap cte,
outomach and Bre <b i,.zzl.I
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Numbness, Billousnessk, Jaundice;
Rheraai eErptionsl and 8ki
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ing frem.5,disordered state of the digos. d
As a Dinner Pill they have no equal. o
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Pr LLs areh he most thorough and search- .
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neve ve pain unless the boes are in.
flam&, an then their infidence is heatt
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COLUMBIA S, C.
Stie State.i Getits' furnishi: ;-goode
Suus, Youths' 8uit and Aleuj Suits o
ilt the times.
Taylor's celebrated. Macklinaw, aleo
rsethe -latest is thle, Dcrby Straw.
Silk'Surges and Alpacw aid Llueu
LYS ONLY A GRAND OFFER CF
3 DRE ANSE.
J.iJNO F >R O. 'L Y .'.
ent rosewood e tse elogantlv, ft isle.. 8
e Octass, fall patent cantanto agraffes,
arved legaand Lyre, h -.ny .erpenti e 'nd
'ratue, Fr, n h Grand A ii ri. -* - - m..
u any wa. ton I to the perfoction of the
leltvered on board ears at CO5,00
rok, .0 $ 45'0
use send reference if ydn do not send
11 he refunded dud lreight- .-barges paid
tented in thiRnadvorisemont.. Thousands
lent fully warranted for .fIve years. -
Sitool, cover alid Book). All atrictly firste
iolsAdl 1i.toat prices. These Piano-a
mital-Exhibitiona(d were iinanimously
The squiares.'.contnin our Now Patent
ry. of Piuno making. ! Tie now patent
obtively .w- imake the fineot Upright
bility. They"irre -reominmended by the
Oveir 14,00) in use, and not one dissati'
on 15 days' test trial- i niouT FLE IV
ibuying. Positi elv ve offer the best
Flandsone Illu.tratol and Do-mr ptlve
cente statnp Every Piano fully war
N. Ouir New Style Jubilee Organ
LN in Japanese Csie, called thi
,astiest and- weetest toned Parlor Organ
5 Octaves, 5sets of.teede,-.viz.: Melodia,
Also Fifteen -Beautiful. 8tops,-as follows,
apason, Sub-Bass, Echo, Dulcet, Melodi.
u pler, Oele.-tina,-"3aos-Couplor. Grand
the instrument,) Right Ruse $top. and
ight. 70 in.; Width, 24 in.; Weight,
vebeered with choice woods, and is of an
y c-irved, with panels, inusid closeti
hed, Posesses all the latest and best
lianey and sympathetic quality of tone.
lar retail price $275. Our wholesale net
ud book -only,$S-'an one organ sold
- No pIay ,tent required until you have
Fo Pond all otgana on 15 - days -test trial
>A as represented. Positively, our Organs
my" stops. as do miany ot iers. We
monest and fair - dealing, or tn0 sale.
8 $35. $50, $57- $65 $70, $75, $85, - eto'.
the fullest satisfaction. Organ Catalogue
th STREET and 10th AVENUE.
one-tiird -prico.-- Citaiogue -of 3. '06
ioice pieces sent for 3c. stamtp." Thib
eof the day and every variety of musical
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f a New B~ook entitled - ..
TORY of the SEWING MA CHINE
ontarining a bnu'somio andi dnatly iteel
lIgradin'g f' -ntis ibee.'also. 38 tidiel, en
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gned, sole ageasla for Fairfilid.
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