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rOWN AND COUNTY.'
RUEDATP September a&, I 1,81.
T'E10S oF TiE NEws AND If[ItALD.
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Winsboro, S. C.
DENTAL NOTICE.-DR. I. SIMPsON,
Surgeon Dentist, Winnsboro, S. C.,
-will visit Ridgeway professionally on
Tuesday, the 27th of September, and
remain there two or three days and
longer if necessary. Parents should
have their child'es teeth examined
and attended to if they need attention,
and save then untold suffering. Call
early if you wish his services. *
Insure Your Life-J. 0. Boag.
Plain Facts-J. 0. Bong.
Important-John L. Mimnaugh.
Money Wanted-McMaster, Brice &
-Best cotton sold lit Winnsboro on
Friday for 101 cents.
Tim CIRCUIT CoumT.-The only case
tried before the jury since our last re
port was the following:
Jno. T. Stitt vs. George W. Craw
ford-Messrs. McCants & Douglass for
plaintiff, Col. Rion for defendant. This
was an action to recover possession of
a piano. The instrument had been
rented by the plaIntiff to the defendant,
and the parties had had some conversa
tion as to a purchase. The plaintiff
claimed that though he offered it to the
defendant the latter did not accept;
while the defendant contended that the
plahitif had given him the refusal of
it. The plaintiff afterwards bargained
the instrument to Mr. Saml. Cathcart,
but the defendant refused to deliver it
up. The jury found for the plaintiff.
The juries were discharged on Wed
nesday afternoon. The other proceed
ig of court are of no public interest.
Court adjourned on Friday afternoon.
Trv LIEN LA Wr.
essrs. Editors: There has been so
much written on this subject, that one
would think it had become exhausted.
If left to the vote of the various town
ships, as one of your correspondents
advlses, the negro vote will predomi
nate for' Its p)resent existence. This
measure will defeat its repeal in all
probability. It must be repealed If
wve expect to live here in a state of
prosperity- the sooner' the better. I
knowv quite well of what I am writing.
My conclusions are drawn from a six
t.y-y'ears' experience. Our lands are
already depreciated in value folly fifty
per cent, within the last ten years by.
the ruinous sy'stern of renting, and ft
will not req'uire another decade to
bring us to starvation. This is not anl
overwrought picture of our future
condition. It is the result of common
sense and experience. On .the imn
provement of our soil depends our
only hope for existence, an~d it is hop
ing against hope to expect this desired
result, untless the owners of our soll
are allowed to control it. The colored
laborers would also be be tter paid . for
their labor tihan at presen t. he mer'
chants wvho take liens from the one
steer or mule fhrnters would do a safer
business than heretofore, and we would
certainly have mor'e to eat and nmore
change in our pockets. Let the niext
Legislature r'epeal the Lien Law with
provisions, if necessary, otf which ther
imust qurecly be appi.ied. Then let
every' man and boy go to wvork and not
be aftraid of It. Work will make them
prosp)erous and happy and healthy.
.Iry it, ye young loafers and idlers, and
see If Ilam not ilght. W. E.
Another Communication on tho Same Sub
.Mecsrs. 1Jkduor's: As the discussion
of the Lion Law seems to be the gener
al topic all ovetr out' State, I would like
to see It discussed in this way, viz.
Which would be benefited most by the
repecal of the Lien Law, or which
wvould suffer most by Its conti:nance,
the merchants or the farmers? I think
tihe merchant is most benefited by the
Lien Lawv, as lhe derives the greatest
profit from it. Now, would tile re
peal of the Lien Law remedy the evils
of the high and extravagant prices? If
not, then the farmners would not lie
benellted by its repeal. Tfhe merchant
should hiavec seine security for lisa pro
tection, andl I know of no other that is
any better than a lien otr mortgage,
but there should be seine limit to his
proflt. Fotr lustanice, lie shionid be al -
hewed a certain per cent. over anid
above the cash price, the samne that Is
allowecd by law for mnonev, and then
make the4 lien hold good over all crops
illl palid. Tihie lawv ptrohibiits the lending
of money for over seven iper cenit. per
annum. OIf couise a mner'chant ill
not lend his money to a farmer at senv
en peir cent.. ias long as he can Invest in
s1upl)ie and( char'ge hinm fromt lfv to
one hundr'ed per cent. on liens ove' the
A fler all has beent said and (lone
about tihe Lien Law the greatest re
formi is wvanting among ourselves as
farmors. We nrc to blame for allow
lng onlrcplvpq to get in such a depend
(ent1 condiit.ion. Thue farmerOs shioul d be
the( most indtepenldent ofi all classes of
men31. A nmn sh-muld not be worthly,
the' namne of a faruimer' wiho hais to hnyW
suc~h nrtiee that he hims'if should
ri'iie. Thleure is t more11 thnan one
tfarmer~i ont1 leni but that is bly~i ng corn,
flour, baconi, htay, etu;-the very arti
eles that he should raise hihnself-and
so long a9 he does'not raise .hi% own
supplies, so long will he be guder the
control of the merchant. There will
be no better times until we make them
bettor ourselves. We may complain
as nuich as we please abot the Lien
Law and our legislators, etc., but until
we got to raisiig our own supplies at
home, and work for our own Idepend
ence, times will he hard. FARNSIt.
Crosbyvillo, September 19, 1881.
A LL PERSONS indebted to us foi
A. goods bought in 1881 and da former I
years, are earnestly requested to pay up
as soon as possible. We must )-ave the
money to pay those whom we owe.
MMASTER, BRICE & KETIN.
INSURE YOUR LIFE
Presbyterian Mutual Assurance Fund.
YoU hRVetd pay but little for the sum which
rou receive, aid only what the insurance atu
You are sure that your family will get the sum C
t your death, as by special el%use in the char- t
*er It io exempt.t
No risk to run, nor any possibility nt the cor
poration failing, as do other insurance compa- I
ou know what you fay eaqh asessment for.
You can Insure In this when you could not In1
'more expensive one.
You know there will be no long p rocess of law
Ind expenditure of means to obtain the *,i at
rour dece. o.
You receive a benefit (t five dollar.
when slick or unable to attend to buslu
It is the easiest and safest way to #.
lare an amount for the benefit of your
No millions amassed to tempt the honesty of
Experience has shown that the Mutual Plan I
s feasible and the result sure. m
Instead of ay'ng out large sums to Insurance
3omFanles, tile money Is left with each member I
unti actually needed.
Cannot be subjected to the orahn- ot creditors
nor reached by attachment, ilarnishment or oth.
er process of law, so as to divert it rrei the c
For further particulars and a"plications for
rwimbership, cali on J. 0. BOAG, r
6spt 24-8m Agent for Fairfleld County. e
INTERESTING NEWS u
I have just returned from the 1
5Torthern market with gladder tid- e
ings than ever before for the people r
>f Fairfield and adjourning counties, F
with hundreds of articles at
[IFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
My rapidly accumulating business
aot yet enough, I throw my banner
to the breeze and boldly strive for
bhe championship of the State. ,
I'IKIS SEASON I INTEND
To bury the market beneath the 9
lebris of shattered prices. The d
mudacity of my Logic will ring
briumphant over all opposition. 8'
Rich and poor, great and small, l
Eromi the castle to the cabin, Carolina
vill thrill to the
M'AGIC0OF MY PRICES.
Concentrate every expectation,I
dIemand all you can of mercantile
mnterprise, and still find me more -
bhan equal to the occasion. Since
the fall of 1878 I have
Feel my weight, as the people.
well know what prices they had to
pay for DRY GOODS before MY
apenilg in Winnsboro. With goods
bought this year at prIices far ex,
needing previous years, with a (
OH E ST ER,
And every facility, I expect to C
solipse Old Prices and rush goods at ~
figures that will make the world 1I
wonder and rivalry (so-called) stare e
aghast. My list of goods slaugh..~
tered will appear in next week's
UNDERSEL~LER AND SLASHER
OF DRY GOODS.
To PIIENENT THlE STORINO on DELIvEnY OF .
(IUANo Oin OTH En COMME aIAJL FEItTILIZEltS
WITHIN TntE COIRPOnATE LIMITS OF THlE
TOwN OF wINNsiaono, 5. (3.
BE IT ENACTED AND ORlDATNED
by the Intendant anid Wardens of I
the Town of Winnsboro, 8. C. in Council
I. TIhat from and after the pasage of
this Ordinance, it shall not be lawful for
any pesn corporation or firm to atore,
keep or deposit, or cause to bo stored,
deposited or keept in storage, at or in
any place within the corporate limits of
the Town of Winnsboro, or to deliver, or
cause to be delivered, at or from any
p)lace within the corporate limita of aid
Tiown, any Goano, Pulverized Hone, Acid.
P'hosphate, or other (Conmmercial Fertiliz.
era oi any nature or kind whatsoever.
II. That anty pesn corporation or
firm who shall violate tho p;rovisions of
this Ordinancc. shall, .upon conviction
thi roof, be lined in the snm of FilY
D)OLLIAlIS for chcl and every offence, and,
TEN D)OLLbARI for cachi day's continua
Done in Council, this the 261th day of
August, 1b81, and with the corporate seal
of said Town affixed.
JOUN J. NEIL,
Attest: E. 8. CHANDLEn,
Clerk of Council.
All kinds of JOB PRIINTlINO, such
as Letter lleads Bill Heads Envelopes,
(e. &c., done ini neat style anid very
CmI.AP, at Tus News Ay4 Ilxx.u.D
4 THE IOST ).
)HOICE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
3LD VIRGINIA MINT JULFsP8
TRY THE CLEBiATED -
ESI A.ND COOL.
may 8 Next doorto W. It. Doty & Co.
Detective Watch Cases are one of the chief
Ruses of so many watches not being good
ime pieces. The cases being thin and not fit
ing well. admi.t dust an dirt to the move
aent, which soon interferes with the -running
arts of the watch necessitating cleaning, re
airing, &c., and the amount thus paid out if
pplied toward buying a good case in the be
'inning, would have caved all this trouble and
xponse. W9 have recoAt4y .seen a case thht
icets all these requirements, it haing been
arried for over twenty years and still reinains
erfect. We refer to the JAS. BOSS' Patent
tiffened Gold Case, which has becomd one
I the staple articles of the Jewelry trade,
ossessing as it does so many advantages over
11 other watch cases, being made of two
tenvy plates of solid gold over a plate of cem.
osition. And we advise all our readers to ask
leir Jeweler for a card or catalogue that will
xplain the manner in which they are made.
It is the only Stiftned Case made with two
lates of gold, seamless pendants, and centre,
lid joints, crown pieces, &c., all of which are
overed by letters patent. Therefore buy no
aso before consulting a Jeweler who keeps the
AS. BOSS' ratent Stiffened Gold Case, that
ou may learn the difference between it and
11 ituitations that claim to be equally good.
For sale by all responsible Jewelers. ' Ask'to
e the warrant that accompanies each ease,
nd don't be persuaded that any other make of
ise is as good. ap 12.
EARS for the MMLION I
'00 CHOO'S BALSAM of SHARK'S OIL
ositively Restores the Hearing. and is the only
Absolute Cure for Deafness Known.
This oil is extracted from a peculiar
pecies of small WnIrI SHAn, caught in
Ie Yellow Sea, known as archarodon
tondeleif. Everv Chinese fisherman
nows it. Its virEues as a restorative of
earing were disenvered by Buddhist
Iriest about the year 1410. Its cures were
o numerous and mauy so seemingly mi
iculous, that the remedy was officially
roclaimed over the entire Empire. Its
se became so universal that for over 300
ears no deafness has existed amoug the
'hinese people. Sent, charges prepaid,
any pddress at $1 per botile.
Only imported by MAYLOCK & CO.,
Mle Agents for America. I Dey St., New York.
Its virtues are unquestionable and iti
urative character absolute, as the writer
in personally testify. both from experi
nee an(I observation.
Among the many readers of the Review
i one part aid another of the country, it
i probable that numbers are afflicted with
eafness, and to such it may be said:
Write at once to Hayloak & Co., 7 Dey
trect, N,ew York, enclosing $1, and you
ill receive by return a remedy that will
table you to her like anybody else, and
hose curative effects will be permanent,
ou will never regret doing so."-Editor
Mfercantile Review. jun 25-3m
HAVING determined to "CLOSE
U "our stock of Spring Dress
l-oods, we offer you from this date
nusual bargains in same. We have
complete line of these goods, and
arties will do well to call, examine
nd price these .before purchasing.
Ve would also call your attention to
ur line of Fancy Muslin and Linen
iawns. I0 white goods we are "Full
lip." Our line of these goods con -
ists of Linen* Lawns, Victor'ia
Awns, Bishop Lawns, Plain, Plaid
nd Striped Nainsooks, Jaconets,
Jambrics, Piques, Phin and Plaid
wiss, &c., &o. Laces, Laces,
laces. Edgings, Edgings, Edg
)ALL AND SEE FORl YOUR
MCMASTER, BRICE & KETCHIIN.
V H EA T, HED) RSTr PllOOF OATS,
RIYE AND BARLEY.
rUST IECEIVED A F'ULL4 STOCK
01F BAGGING AND TIES.
PENNESSEE WAGONS-C TI E A P'
iND) GUAIIANTEED) TO GIVE
AIlways on hand a full and sclci
tock of Gr'ocerles and H[ardware,
3.F. McMASTElf & CO.
-anI1 conIstantli being r ceive.d. by me,
a 3ynUopb1h of wh oh ive below.
NICW ORLEANS 101ASES AND SYI(UPs
SUGAItS, ri0M TIlE II nES1 T6 TIlE
tilk #AOCO8T FLOUlt IN TI"-JJTito
PAEN' FAMILY"-Ah. A AIDTH
JAOKSON'B B*#. FAMILY FLOUR,
:ALIFOHNIA PEAHO, Someting9hoice.
SUCCOTA011, Beans and Coh nomb1nfio
SLMONO SARDINE A
PEPPER. .ET.. ETC
I ALSO INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUI.
Give me a call and examine foi. yourself. do
Artioles too numerous to meiXtion. -u
D. it. FLENNIKEN. *
ap14 - In
kS. A T.E.
NEXT THIRTY DAYS I INTEND
TO SELL MY
ENTIRE SUMMER STOOK OUT
COST, FOR 0AE-E.
NEW CASH STORE!
--ONE DOOH SOUTH OF
D ONXL E Y Yd% F .4 NiT.
BOOTS AND SHOES A 8PECIALTY!
Five Thousand Dollars-.1yorti of
Boots and Shoes, to be sold ip'a linkt
ed time 1EGARDLESS 0l COST.
Som1e of the abovecareiire -om Ilie
manufcturr and othey n g d
and wvill be sold at a.iud
Also a lot of O~liinig, 8 ' nd
Boys' Hats, Dry Goods,a -. Etc,
which wvill be sold at a'nW4be ip1.ost.L
N. B.-I hIaveinade arr:agnut3its to
be supplied from, uime- to time with
such goods as will Incet the denmalids
Ir For bargains call at once--nd
trouble to slhow goods.
Gents' -Shoes .from Seventy-live
Cents, np. Ladies' Shoes- from. 1'fly
Hats for Men- and -Boys, from
T wenty-five Cents, uip.
M. M. HUEY.E
FROM THlE WRECK
One Tire Plate, one Tire Bender,
one Tire Shrinker, three Screw
Platejs, one Bellows, op Anvil, one
Vise. One Boxing ~ahIne; cost
$18.00, will be sold for $10.g
Lots of Oval, half. Oval' Round, et
Band, Square and Tire Iron;, Hubs, er
Spokes, Bims, Carriage Bolts, Tire N1
Bolts and all manner of castings.A
TO 1hE SOLD REGA RDLESS 01F S
t'LYSSE G; DESPOR TES.
Inay 14 -I10
"OLD 11ICKORY WAoONS." I
T WO IIlME.
F"OUR llORSE. I
A fuill assortmecnt of wagons, both IRON
AXLE4 and THIMBLE 81(E188, now in
store. PRICES atlout the same a5 last
season. Every agon' wvarranted for
twoelvo months. I have on hand two open
and two to pbuggies, in which I offer a -
bargain One extra buggy polo, with
neck yoke, for sale chieap. Jhuggy and
wagon hnrness, Jersey masgon harness,
single wagon harness (Spddlo, tugs andy
. aug 25
(PURE O11lE530 TE!A .)
BLACK TEA WITH A GREEN TEA FLAVOR
Ne Most Beneficial Tea Imported
VERY CONDUCIVE TO EALTII.
ILL SUIT ALL TASTES,
rhe Groat Atlantie and Pacilio Tea Company
Te long made It A study to furnisli wrTea that
uld suit all tastes. They feel tile utmost conlfi- 18
nce that ae have fully acooLnpllshod that re.
It In the j=uotjon of Th eatitr It is the
A1t WEavored and moat Bienetiotl patre
t1ucal Leaftoo over off-red to t-e pulilio.
Is cured upon gorcelain In the same manner as Our i
rrepared for ative Consumption. %. large
L111h tea has been subjected to the most search- mers
rchemical and pplar textsc, and has Iet po
unced STIltI Y PUREu, DE 14IU011S
AAVOt, Hi-Ly NUTrjTVjN PI
ICCT6T HIMALTHY *ViIY STtIO4* New,
d EMONOMIOAL. It Is recommended to suit Tv
tastes, whether accustomed to tho-Greeu-or monc
ack varietes hierototore. It Is warranted to b
'o perfect satisfaction or the money wil b6
unoInevery case, byfthe party selling It., IIit
onzuonerun, nato rink. lot givi65gI it'.17
A1 01s ..'"e te"s. Hity a Cad yOf,
INEA-MOTAIR and enjoy a eup of -
30D TReA. . ...I 1511d
q. B-None Glnnine unless packed in One rcuou
nanad Air-Tight Trade-Blark Caddies. se-filo
For Salo Everywhere. Ask your Grocer ror it.' s61 Io
e dreat Atlantio & P aflo Tea Co. P'
Inforle'rs, Coffe- Roastr and IWCkers, I Cs
0. Do: 42.. Naw Yona. ;
~4 ~. the
OTTON RECEIPTS PROMiSE '
TO be light, and partios who caln al"
>ld wvill reatlize h)ighoCr pricos. I amj boy
;ily in receip)t of new and freshi PRI
>Ods, but don't intend to hold( 1'
ert' for an advance. Thley will be
la lowv for cash. Novelties ir -
nned goods. Broiled fresh Mack
el in -JTomnato -Sance. - Fesh
ackerol, one pound cans, frosb
ihnon), One pound1( cans, bess
moerican) Sardinecs, best Imnportdj7
urdines, Ocean Gemn Machorel, fivo
ann1d cans. Rlounst Jce, Corned
eef, P1fineappl , 1'eachop, Apples,
riingless Beans, Tomatoes,Im
urted Oat Meal, Quinces. A'large
t of Mackerel in kite and quarter A N
Lrrels off' whichi I rce~ived
rge disconnt, in consequence of a
istauko ini filling my1 order, wich A. iF
wvill give th.e public the benefit of
irgar, C< .fihe, Teac, Syrups, Flour.
Oal1, Tobaicco, etc. Blest, Crcam
beeso( nlow in stock. To1( arrive, [A Ni
ailf earlload Salt. WVoodeonware, fad
boplo1 Dry Goods.'
A TRtIA,L1 SOLICITED.
LL. pesons indebsted~ to fio Iafe A
. JOHN JOH1NSTION, Agonst, will
cso call anasa ~tilo. Claims not -paid
thea 1st of Nsoembaer next will b' on t
in the hanan of tan Atiersnovtoy .
MOST complote stoek of Clothhlisg1
netk wear in elldibsa val'10t. Iov-'
atst Syjes and 111ihf, at pijces to 0
l'N E soeg for mie And hova.
illa. luml W1bster' brlIds In 'ill cok
it 0o1IN i all silm1e0 a11i( qalitIjt-t.
Molailr u Ilrs in nill styles.
AjL OR, DERS PR
,L MAKE, FOR THE NEXT 60 DA
W0 SQUAR1?E GIMsaXD P
PYLJE 3 1-"
ow pattent overstrung suaic, beautiful o
faincy moulding rontud Case, ful1-ron I
inl fact evory ihl rovoment which can i
1monit hills hectliAdded. '
lnt ji,rlee for this insMtrutmen't boaxa.d ad
Vork, wiIIIiaJ11 11in tau over, Stool anld i
ifa nlanl will be sot on tost i il. i'let
y wipderdr. Cash hent witi ortdor wi
bot.h ways -if Pitio is not list is rqprci
o. Scud bir ('athalogie. ].very iistrun
. *) $160i to $400 (wit.h I
AN N ko Class Anud w,ld lit W1
one C f th0 tine-t dixpla. a lit the Coutl
inelended for the IiETll*B HONOR.,;
t.lio gi'alitest improve'lnt in tle histo
Ufpi ight-4 nie the finest ill Amneriai. P
is, of tihe rite hest tono and greatest. dira
st, m1pi.l witltioities inl the c-mintry.
irel:tsr. All Pi-nos and Organt sent
I .1JSFAUOUY Don't fall I writo nts bitfor
ins. Piano Catafogue matiled free.
r Ca'alogile Of fifty pani ftlniled for iix
1 'or five yairs.
RNT:AL," ht,yle "Il, it fihe hamNomecst,
lfflred the Iumical public. It containis
e, Diapamou, 8i.b-]kiss and Colt-ttina.
Meclil, (hlcc. (it aiIrming top,) Di
, (wLioih throws onl thjo e -ire power of
Left. Knee -Slop and (hand Swell. If(
1050 l1w. The case is of solid wallnut,
ly nIew an1d lalalii. rIl I (11sig11, elaborltel
taimd.. fretwork, &C., ill (1l1111(tv finli!
Xvllt'Its, with grent, power, leptl, bril
iful solo clYN-04 and stop 1101ion. eull
iricti to havo it introdtced. with i.tool a
lithers. I Lositivel no devialtion in prie
,ested the olgal in your own holmie. A
ity freight blich a nynS if instrument. is il
I ]10 no ljogns" j;(jj- (f 'tetd", or "D1)111m1
no iMIMI)srerellitaiins, aind guiarantoe I
NVAI.riNT tor Vi y! Y0.11-8. Other style
-4.000 (sld, f il evel y Or.an llts given
.FATOIIY AND WARImOOMs, 571
Ui 1Y M'TUS I C v
n10 inmcludes 1110 it of tho popu1lamr Jmn1si
isitit,n, by the iSt .inthlr. Addre
M ENElh'.0)llN PIANO C0.
HE BEST REMEDY
lases of the Throat and LBRgs.
YEt fl"senses of ile
YERN pitmoairy organi
ai safe andl roil al
roemedy 1s ltnval-.
ltitai. A v m n's
\. 1s 31tich1 a remed'ay.
acoinhnationj of t.ho
CHER ieS au. enrative
virtues' of thie fInest
orsthBiu e greattetpossi.
mictaldrt tble i ollv.c an
nar ~ouglya tlns,for ity o t re
fonation oiflmalt wh,onar'yi'so,
sapte the ( tents of anSl' age t or ItI
1Or se. -r Boingeryl tpal atnlo,thedr
anget-uidld ra'erta0ead m eiou. Inl c
lary Cous Colds,ia Sorolfu Thra. t,
m Thokpat Asthma,I evr ou nd
arrh, the cifotaclt if Aan'rs C uany
TnAck. amge aVopnd moulitudas
asnually theered fron roit ril(l
Shifclots thigy an a,fl se It
1h ohept nad inmetver hue.
I, o ofeprec,tinit, afrs tin Cud.
attuatv. In hooing..cough anod
cwn prsareolof a andu ens're ty
*oa tie atnt. mItures o tyrup
loofcha and ienaffectve id
itnio 'rativont qumalit.is caniairot'd
r~mmlni tempora reief, andw ami' caut
le diseases tmay, whalie so trifledl with,
>mel dely)3 seated ar hatcuratble. Use
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finue ingredienmts will alltow. Emai..
t physcansa, k nowinmg its ceomiposi. .
,prescribe it. Th'lo test of half a
ury hats laraven Its ceirtaintty tn cure
pu lmionary complahtats not already .
mhd the reach of hummanm aid.
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ilpvered on bearit ca's At
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i he refunded and Iycigght charges paid
;ented in this advertisonient. Thousauds
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stool, Cover and Book). - All strictl first.
1o1eHalO falctOry pIcMI. Tfliege- Tian
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ry of Piaho inehing. The now patent
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on 1.5 days' tegt. trial - - nVIOU'T Ra. I1
buying. PBw ti. elv we offer the best
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ight 70 in.; Width, 24 in ; Weifglt,
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y 0-trved, with panels, music cloqet,
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lair ri-etail price $270. Our wholoaalo not
nd book ouly $H' --as one organ sold
. No pay tient required until you have
S'end all organs on 15 dy-4 te8t trial
)t as ropresetited'l. Positively, our Organs
ly" stolr. as do ually others. Wo
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s $:35. 150, $0S7. S05 $70, $75 $85, etc.
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h STIt 'ET and IOth AVENUM'.
one-third price. Catalogue of 3,001,
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I AM NOW RNONINN~G MY
TOOK OF NE\Y
'ALL AND WINTER
FOODS, AND N ORDER 'iO
[AKE -ROR FOR THEM, I
THE OLD STOC OF
UJMMER GOODS AT AND BE
ONE OAR LOAD OF BAGGING
N STORE, WHIfOl I AM Of.~
'ERING AT GRE~ATLY
THE .ABOVF~ BAGGING IS
ISCOLOIIED B3Y 13IRE ' AND
TATER. I GUkRfANTEE IT AS
TRONG AND SOUND AS ANY
R THE MARKET. ..IF NOT AR
EPRElSETED, I WILL PAY
ORl HAYING IT IHAULEDBACK
0 THE STORT
APPLICATION FOR CIA'RERl.
OTIOR is herchy given that. applic
tin will bie nmindo to thme Leisla
ir of tile 81ato of South 'arolina. alt its
ext session, for a ohbartor to construles
railroad fromn hsomel polit on thue ('har
ftc, 'olumian himau Aigus.n aitatir-oad,
'3tween Cohinmb'iau:dxd Winnsboire, to
mite paint east of Li~Cade, 14. (.. by way
Aug. 3, 1881. W. A. ANCRUMTh,
lA W. T'ARKfER,
J. T. lhAY.
TQVLET -fOA PS
IdG tot:at . (otemipat rlT'
tot .tlJigo9~ evr bregl1 t~
ulifnl)bo .'i uneln be convine4..