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tUldATj iffAt i f , 1888
Siithmonis-jas. H. Riong Plalntift's
Kduttioky i1orses and Minids--A
ReimOd- it . Cald*el, 11air
Attontion-J, P. Caldwell, Secrofai'y
--M.r. J. 0. Boag hasju6t received i
idt of-neW Dvi MaOhiiesi. The ladiSt
will take notice. *
-To-day is the first .ot May. W<
hsehiiij) of course, that thl meohant
vill bd ti'ue o theold custoitd dtid closc
their sioies at -sik o'clock. We hopc
to, at any.rate..
-til and examine the 0sborl
Reaper hnd the Eclips6 Thresher a
-We understatid that there will be
h union Sunday School pidnio at Roel
Ity on is riday,' the 4th inst. Much
leasaliuIs Antidipated and the pieh
Swill probably 4le a grand Ouccess.
-Approved county -aper hild school
certificates bought and cash paid' foi
same by T. W. Lauderdale.
=Thd election of officers of the Statt
Medical'Association, at YoVkVille, i'oo
the eusuing year,resulted as follows:
br. U. 11. Kliilch, president; Dr.
iohn Forre6t, recording scoretary I Or.
immev, 'correspondhtg secretary, and
Dr. DeSaussure, treasurer.
-Leave your orders with Caldwell
& Lauderdale for stanMtA' Fertilizers
Wando hil Saluda Guanos, Acid,
ai(znit, &c. *
-The lost "Bachelor's" badge ad
Vertiseel foi- some time since has beeil
found and the liberal reward duly pai(j
to the unfortunate tinder. All gentle
Mnen of thad Order, Wheit in a similar
p1glit, will please report at this oflcc
and we will take leasure in inserting
11otices foi' khepi.
-All persons who have purchased
lertili*ers from the undrsigied are re
hested to gettie for the same by note
r otherwise, on or before the first day
' of May. t. M- STIOWART.
-The Orangeburg T2imes and Dem
focrat reports a ease of triplets in that
,countv ant congratulates the happy
(?) father on the unexpected enlarge
nent of his familv circle. We are
glad to note such Prospective reinforce
nents for the nolmiocratin parqN 01
conrse the father will train them up in
the.iway they should go.
-All parties wishing to purchaso
engines, gins, reapers and threshers or
any other kind of farm macihim:ry, will
please call at the oflice of R. J. MCar
Jey & Co. and examine samples of the
above mnachiinery, which they wvill take
great pleasure in showving. tip 29
-William C. Maxwell, Esq., a young
lawyer of Charlotte, N. C., has beer
unmbiatOd for mayor 01' that city and1
Ctupt.#I S. DeWVoIfe,- the present in
cumnbent, who, by the way, was elected
'- by the Democrats, has announced him.
sclf an independent nandidlate for re
election. We hope D)emocratic Char.
lotte will "sit dowvn" on the indc.
boendent and triumphantly elect th<
Sbrilliant young nominee of the Demnoc
K-The ladies In the vicindty of Sianp.
son's Turnout held a meeting on thc
27th ult. and organized a "Ladies
Mission Society.", The following of
liccers were elected: Miss Ii. .$. Shli
toib, presidIent; Mrs. M. E.X Nelson, tirsi
vice-presidehlt; Mrs; J. S. Gunnell
second vice-president; Mrs. C. Rich,
ardsona, treasuirer, and Mrs. L. R
Bloyd, socatetar-y. T'he meeting wvaa
wolj attended, and the fnew ly-orga ni ze<
society promises aL career of much use
-We are requested to annlounc*
that the proposed meetig on WVednes
da .afternoon, for the purpose. o
establishing~ a readingarooma, has beet
postplOned until Thursday afternoon a
four o'clock. We sincerely hope thai
there will be a fulli ttrhiottt of both oh
and( young meat. The worthy enter
pr-ise cet-taltly me uarits the attention anm
thoughtful consideration of allk Re
member the meeting will be at th<
oflice of .1. W. Ulanahan, Esq., oi
T~. Lhursday, the 3rd inst., at 4 p. ma
~tW PERsoNAL.-J. E. McDonald, EOsq.
has been invited to deliver the medal:
n I the Pillomathean Hoclety of Erskimn
College at the approaching commence
)nent. -- He has accepted.
Hor Surr'an.-The ladies of th
'1resbyterian church propose to have
putltupper some timne early in thi
resenlt month. T.he pr1'oceds are t<
applied to the completion of tha
fudnecessary to rebuild the fenici
around the cemetery of that dhurch, bi
the preservation of wvhich a large por
tion of the citizens arc inaterestcd.
THE~ CALL Acera-n.-A call fronv
the Posbyteriani chu rch in Lancaste
was p)laced in the hanlds of the Rev
Ii. P. Pratt attring the recent seqsio1
iof Presbytory- at Yorkvlleo and accept
ed' by him. Wed nesday b)efore th
seVonid Sunday in May was appointei
- s the time of iustallatIon, and th
Rev. J. L. Wilson, tiht Rev. W. 0
White and( Elder Drennan were ap
poite3d as the commission on installa
tlon-Mr. Wilson to preside and pre
ponad tihe constitutional questions am
deliver the charge to the people an<
Mr'. White to deliver the charge to th
Fno3! BLY TI EWOO . -A correspon d
ent' froin Blythowood writes: "Th
storm on the 26th. nlt. was very sever
ni the southern portion of Kersas~
Scounty and the -northeastern part fi
ld. A nuber of houses wer
'wi n dowi fi tflQ , t- bW f hlythe.
wood, but no one 'Was seirlously hurt
The farmers are backward as a general
rule in this cominunity, and we think al
over the cofity'. It has b.en hapossi.
ble to do inuch work,. owing to .the
unusual Amount of rail.-There will
be a picloc at- Dr. Glenn's on Satur.
day, tho but inst. A pleasant tine I
TiH PAnADm To-Mottiow.-:-Thc
committee of tho Uordons aro busy
making all necesg'aty dt'rangemirents foi
the entertainumut of the Richland
Volunteers on tomorroiv. The shoot
ing match will take pld '0 in thd Pres.
byterlan woodIs at ialf-past-ten o'clock,
to wihidh the public are' invited. "It
train in tli Moti -
nine o'clock. T4MW:i "an hlei
guests wjJLU1e, in the Thespian Hall
Wat-liieN o'clock, )s in. If a 'W#Jll
selected, energetic committee and thc
liberality of the ladies of Winnsboro
are any assurance, our fridnds oil the
occasion referred to will play the role of
host with becoming grace, dignity and
COTTON STAf1MENT.-The foIloWing
is the dotlptilitive cotton statotneit for
the week ending Ap-il , 183:
Not receipts at all United States PortR
during tho- week 69,126; to name time
last year 33,2b; total receipts to this
JatM 7,694,772; to same ditto last year
4,395,515. Exporti for the week 87,
:88; same week last year 67,511; total
exports to this date 4,049,438; to same
dato last year 2,972,489. btook at all
United States ports 694,068; same time
last year 20,902; stock at till intior
towns 81,086; same time last year 78,
715; stock at Liverpool 992,000;
ianne time last year 063,000; stock
of Aimerican afloat for Great Britali
158,000; same time last year 187,000.
THir OPINION OF A VERY SUCCESSFUL
TEACHER.-Miss lionrietta E. Thomas,
of Ridgoway, writes us privately upon
thq subject of the use of the "rod in
the school-room." We hope we will
be excused for publishing the follow
ing tilmlct She says "[ do entirely
agree with the writer on' that subject.
It may be occasionally necessary, but I
cannot l'mcnber more than two in
stances in liy long experiencen) and
even-then I think it Mihrht haild beei
avoided by more judicious manage
ment." Miss Thomas has taught
school for many years with great suc
cess, and her opinion upon so import
alit a subject will not be lightly re
TiH ODi VN:ibLos.-Thr1 Chester
Bulletin, speaking of the recenit dedi
cation of t.he new Odd Fellows htall in
Chester on Thursday, the 26th ult.,
Dr. R. B. Ilanahan, Grand Master of the
State, Geo. .B. McCants, Grand Warden,
andl.ten ieihees of -Mount Zion Lodge,
No. 35, of Winnsboro, jolied with LaFay
ette Lodge yesterday In dedicating thehi
new hall. A fter the dedie,atory services by
Grand Master IHanahan, the brothers re
llaired toi Coleman's llall and there, to
ge.the,r with a number of citizens and a few
ladies, listened to a finisahed and scholarly
addIress b-y Grand Representative C. M.
Busbee, of North Ca1rolind. 'l'he fiddrese
liVer, the Lodge returned to the hail amnd
ap)pointed a coutiittee to express the sen
timent of the Lodge to Mr. Bnsbee tot' hit
'fth OPs Iq FAIfTFIED.-We clip
the following from the ntonthly repori
of the South Carolina Department ol
White Oak-Not a farmer in tis neigh
borhood will have to buy corn.
Feasterville,.-Farmers are financially i
bettor condition than last y'ear, ahd ndc
less farm suplies ilt be purchased.
Brice-Wheat area. has been decreased
twenty per cent, and oats ten per cent.
Itoreb--Grain aer'age decreased. Caust
Winnsboro-Owing to the great abun.
dance of seed oats, many more farmers
have sown -them thmari previously, but larg<
planters have sown less thap last year.
Illaekstock--Wlth a good grain, Crop thi
ye&lr dliir farmers willl certainly faVor abol
I shing the Lien Law.
)nEMdmutlT ikoR MAY.--The May issiu
of Deorerst's .Atontkly Magazine i.
exceedingly rich in literar'y articles
and ls decidedly oite of the most at
tractive numbers we' have yet had o;
this instruct-ivo anid entertainitig pub
lication. "'The Admiral's Ward" -1
concludedr. ad'a new story, "Out o.
the World" begins -very pleasantly
A mong the many pra'fiseworthy articlei
may be meitioned: "Art in Its Infan.
cy," "Them F~arm of' Flowvers," "Thu
Blayoux Tapestry," "The Man nisl
-Young Woman," "Thme Record 0:
Women," and "An English Glovi
Factory." Jetitle June gives anothem
of her articles, "H-ow we Lie in Neon
York," anid M rs. Hlitngerford fuirn isheu
some uiseful inftormnation ab)out "Wed
dinigs." "Home Art and H-onme Comn
-fori," "Cmurrenut Topics," and thle V'arl
ons departments are all good. Tin
poems in thisR ntmber are by' "L'Inm.
connu," Ella Dletz, Miss E. B. Chees
borough, Augusta De Bubnma, Mrs
Wilson anid Mrs. MaryfE. Neamly. in
illustrations are varied anid excellent
and include a fine oil picture callet
.. "The Trio." There Is no magaziAm(
- better adapted to the household that
- Demnorost's, anid Its moderate prici
I makes it available to all.
--Many who never comiplahiu at' never
3 theless seriously ill. Use Brown's 1roi
Ritters amid there will be no cause of coin
i Wlnnshoi-o Steam~ Fire Etagine Co
l N egua nieeting of Compians
g l.I own llall.thilTnedy vnn
iMg,y 1-.}1 .*.eretary.
10iivs A Niiola.
1orman's Neutralizing Cordial Is fast be
conilig one of th0 most jopular articles iy
exlstenco. It soon will bd the sine qs no
tatb to give it to their; childr6n, being s
harinless hence Its poplarity,
C, J. Mulkey, formerly of Itugalo, Ga.
sayss "Normuan's Nbutralizing Cordial
cured nme of a very severe cawe of diatrhoet
The medichlo dctd instantaneously, and I
cannot recommund it too highlyi"
Din. J. W. WAIxEUM, Franklliton, N. C
-Dour &ir: Would you aceept the con,
gratulaItis of an old man for your sue
cessful treatinent of a dlsaago that all oth,
er rWinedies land failed on, and would yot
alsd iccept the enelosed i5.00 as at salal
expression of nay gratitude ere I depart foi
may Westvrn home. I have perfect fre
and pasy ise of my h1alIds and arms, and ]
iso walk, things I la%re been debarre(
eit years, un fi , the last threx
tiptatisi 19 Well, You
I Ima c c emie ured hie, I used 11
only eight da s, and tWeity dlays froin ti(
day I began a s use I was well.
). IASTINos KMnALL,
Oxford, N C., Api'l 3, 18838'
. . CALDWELL, Hair-Dreho
Next boor to Postoflice.
Call at my BARIUR SHOP whbre yotl
ca get IIair CuttIn1, Shampooiig, Shavin
and Dyeing done i the be:it and latesu
styles. I Will also koap on ha.nd a 8ul)ply
of Tonic and a lot of V ilie Clgitis.
R. F. CAI)WELL,
May 1 IIair-D)resser,
AND FEED STABLES.
HORSES AND MUILES I
Just arrived, one earload of young, fat,
broke Kentucky Mules atd I Iorses-among
then some nice driving mares.
ONE PAIR OF NICE BAY HtORSES.
TWO GOOD SADDLE HORSES.
Come and get the pick, as I will swap as
well as sell, so you can't miss a 'trade. I
will swap for any and all kinds,
Don't be backward i bantering me ti
swap, as I am not at all scary,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
-COUNTY OF ifAtRFELfl,
COURT OF~ C'OMMON PLEAS,
William B. Elkin, M. Elizabeth Simms;
.Judith W. Duliard, Nancoy L1. Lever,
SSilas W. Ruff, William II. Ruff, Snlli P,
IIall, Railford A. Sniithef', Mattle P.
McGulre, Anna Ruff, Lavisa Patterson,
Thomias P. Steaarns, Asaph E. Stearm:
and W. Th'lomlpson Mayo Plaintiffs,
0a.nat Grace O'Neale, Adeline P. At
kmnson, 0. 0. Martindale, Wiliama Mar
tinle(Ii, Victoria 1L. Martlndale, Mar
Capers, Mary L. O'Neale, RihardI (
O'Neale, . 1. Pearson, Miarticia Kane,
Conmnodore Pearson, Benj am in Pearson,
Johnu Pearsoni, Margaret te El king Jamec:
Elkin, 1IL Ella 1sIkin, 1B. Earle Ifikin, J.
Willinii Elkin, Loathe F. Elkin, M.
Eunaie EikIin.-K. Pierson Elkin, Graet
E. Elkin, latylis R. Elkin, James Lever.
Othella IIowell, ,Jimmaie Levii' Riif
Lever, Jane J. IIdifmaan Martha Md
D)owell, TIhoinas lItuff, *; Vesley Rauff
D 1anidi G. Ruff, Mary A. Eakina, Suasan J.
Smnith, WV. L. Smith, Olive Smith, Mar)
Smnith, Edmaund Smnith, lleury L. Par,
and Philip Rb Mayo4 -Defendants.
Amended Slummios,-k or Rollef,.1Com.
plaint not Served.
To TIrE DEFENDANTS!
YOU arc hereby suliim6necd and reqiie
to answer the Complaint it this act,ion aJ
amfendedca by leave of thils Court, williel
Complaint is i ld in the office of tile ClerIa
of the Coulrt of Commlon Pleas for the sala
County, andl to serve a copy of your answei
to the said Amended Comlplahit on thn
saubscrib)er, at hais omfce, Nos. 7 and( 9, East
WVashi ngton Street, Win nsboro, Soaatl
Carolina, wvtiti twenty days after thn
service htereof upon you, exclausive of ti
day of suach serv'ice; and If you fail to an
#wver the salal Amended Coinplaint Withil
tile timle aforesai, the Plaintiffs in thi:
action will apply to the Cour~t for the relic1
demanded in the Complaint.
Dated 24th April, A. D). 1883;
To the t'eendant, Mary L. O'Neale, (hiow
Mary L. Johnston):
T1AKli! notIee that the Amehded Sum
mon0s1 inl tihis actionl, of which the foregoinj
Is a copy, was filed in the' office of the ClerI
of the Conrt of Comalaon Pleas for tIn
County land State aforesaid, on the 24tl
dlay of April, 1883,
JA S. IT. RION,
May 2-x6t Plaint,iffs' Attorney
To PuOVaDie t.6n 'IE LisTINOc OF' PRaof
EIITY FORl TAxATION AND FOnl TIIE o
TrIATION 0OF PEnBLONS LIAnLE4 T4
SThunr TIAX '
,1L0 a tlnricted.alnd ordainled by thme In1tend
alnt andl War~dens4 of thec Towni of WVin:l
boro, 8. C., In Coaancil met:
I. That for the puirlhbed of f41tation al
ownlers of real estato aflul lersohal pIroper
ty withi the corporate limlits of the sal:
T1owna shall mllake a sworn re'turn of sad
real estate and1: persoal 'operx'ty to th
Trowna Clerk htatween thd J'i day of Ma:
and the ffrst (lay of ,June ii each year.
-Ii. That every mtale citizen betwveen tIl
tile ages of sixteen andl sixty years, Wh I
Ihas residedl within the corportat luulta 0
sakl Tfown for sixty days, sha i registe:
witha the Town Clerk at the eame time as I
Iprescribedl by Section 1 of this ordinanet
for nakIg returns of real estate and per
sonlal prop ertyt.
III. That the' requirements of SectIon i
of this ordinanace shaitll not aapply to PPpron:
now exempt from street tax, nor to thlo4
#W1o al'e physiceally dilsalied froml earninj
IV. Shoculd any person fail or refuse ?<
comply Withl the p rovisionas of thIs ordi
nance, it shall he the (laty of the Tow:
Crkto ad eat ffifty prcent. to
the last Muanlelpal Reuart of such p)ersoni
and( to add( a penalty of fifty cents to tha
amounlt assessed against such person fo
V. That alt ordlnanlce8 and parts of ordi
niances hiaconsfatenit wilth thlIS ordiane<
be anld thae same are hereby re pealed.
1)on1 ini Counceil tils 16tha day of Aprl
AeD 1): 1, and( with thec corporate seal o
saidl Town affixed.
JNO,.1J, NEIt, Intenadahth,
Can be planted anywhere
Can, and be cultivated very mu<
OL3 AY EW B
ONE PECK produced la
with but ordinary attention. C
-. . HA
10NEY SAED Is
I could give you as IANY FEF411?]VNO
heessmary as the 1chiles will 1?,/COM.Nl
1ng macihin belts, oil, oil canls and needles u
f )r a %owilg iacline, Agent for Doors, Sas
SPRING A SPRING
OUR NEW STOCK OF
Is ARRIVING D A I L Y.
Just opened a fine line of'
NRW AND DESIRABLE
WiE hAVE RECEIVED OUR
01+ -rHE LATEST STYLE~S,
FitoMt FIFTEEhN CENT'1S UP.
A call fromi all is respect
Wts have now reelved1 ott efsockc of
NPIllNU GOOD)S, atidi haveo thoem ready
We think we can ,qA FX!Y say that we
have niever opened at anty time a more
3 comfplOtO assortment or hlcter .class of
Ag rega~rds prices, we willl only say that
these goods will be sold as5 low as the same
OL CASS OF GlOODS
are slkdi any .i/A RTK1NT, and assure our
customiera that'they will he protectecd In
> prices, as we wvili meet the market at any
time in anythiug. t u
We wouk'I call special attention t u
.14ENt't' DNPART H EN'',
Whieh will be found complete In every par
tleular, and all we aski Is an Inspection by
ind at same time that cotton
:h like it.
t year in this county SIX
all and get particulairs,
RDEN & BRO.
R. W. PHILLIPs.
Ma1ttresses of my own mnti1faw
tire. Use econoiny-bu the blie
-huy vhere yott Can get. the ctheap
'A new RujilAy of ChihIrcin's Carri
ages, of the lattest deslis and low
oIt (anl saV mener by Ibuyl(i
your Pictire Fraies, Wall 1oc!kets.
jBralckets, I fat.-racks, Sprimsx Bedus,
V. Ire Maittresses ami I VIdow~
Shades from It. W. PIllLLI PS.
I aim ogit for several dIfffereit
SEWING MACI lINES, and Some
of them as (OO) as van he Ilade.
You will find it to yvoinl. Interest to
price mine before 1tklng a p1r
cehla se ELS W m IElI tl. I-tm(mbe111r
that I cannot be undersold by any
ES AS' YOTY WA NT, but do not thlnk It
D h1m%mXiS, fVs when vOn y Let.onve. Sew
r Sole. I will ordvr an. pa'rt that is wvanlted
li fund Bhids. All orders will hav" prompt
A p 19)
ipii and Smou
FRIDAY, April Gth.
Gmand( displaUy of FriQeel i.nd D)omestic
MIISS BLACIK, il first-class milliner f'xi'o
Baltimnore, who is p)erdOuially known to
nmany in bo0th our town andi county, will be
much pleaIsed1 to serve nil who may enll.
No trOub)le to show gods. We enn only
reqiuest a trial, andt wvill guarant.ee sa1.1s
factioni In every particular.
MRS. BOAG hiaving just returned from
the North, we do not hlesitateI to say you
will find( our st ock in every departmen t.
fuller andi hetter selected t.han ever before
since we& have h1aein )I usiness.
Many) thanks for past patronage. We
solicit a continu:lnce of the same.
J., 0. BOAG,
Don't forget that you can get good, well
finished Open~ or Top Buggy, or D)olie.
Seated G unboat cheap fol' cash fromi
J. 0. BOA O,
BUY A NO. 1
liamIly Sewing Machine. E~very Ma
chho wvaitittitedl a#l representind, anid gwimr
siitees given wvithi every mnaehineii. ,i1ghitest.
runig and best machIne oni the market.
For sale only~ by ~
ItI saoo'tablo to te 8o.o wthout,ing
hifs pto t tne
$ auem rAcint olo t o$ac
1aslaanto and h'armepsas la l
heoa hand ovl from r.lS c i n o tr e
m.jne r age.'and ofr.oo por bote
EiSiirdcfo SnaloanS aOR $5 $, 7ANg,
$10. Ketucky Sprng Set botdle o
naa 1.Sole opiori,
TIHE CLTiMt I)US
M. L. KINARD!
OPPOS1TE GRAND CENTRAL, COLUMIA, S. C.
T have just opened a lai'ge stock of N11ING (008 for Mmn, Youths and Boys, in
Bulits of Cassinere, Flanliel, Cheviot and Serge-all at low prices. Also a line of
GENTS' FURN1%1ING- GOODS
Fi all the latest styles of goods. Gents' NeckWear a specialtY. GCIn' FIX,
N/IO/; in Imw-Q uarters and Gaiters.
Qi-ders sent to mny address will be pronptly atteided to.
--M L KINARD.
Mc3WERs,F APEeS, BNDEPS.
SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, "STRO1G AND'
DURABLE, and E ASILY MANAGED; EVERY -ON-/
TO DO T"IIE WORK PERFECTLY, IF INO'T T
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
FOR SALE BY
W. I. DOTY & CO., AGENTS
April 19-tx2m TI SBORO, S. C.
JUST STOP AND THINK
EW M.L EL2.4T./ u. K M .. 1
RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES
An mi m lil1ition)1 of (lnr (2or1s amil al loowledgl~e of' our triNes wiltlloninlce you
that we areO ellh'~ii ou ily the~ l'LA. N U NVAIl 1l) TFlIJUT1I.
IN DR1Y GOODIS, CLOTITNGJ, IFATIS,~ CJAPS AAD SIfOES,
- we have aL very goodlI ass1tmen0t,
GkROCERIES-ALL KINDS GEPNEIRALLY
lBONIlCLESS COD)FISII and 1FINE MACKERLt SIX FOR TEN CFNTIS.
CALL FOR (LD) CROW WHISK EY. ___
'151E ECIPSE FARMt ENGINE
Ia attI achi ti o to e crown of thle blerlQ by exnll ion1 .Joinii.s andl( Bolts ini auch1 mainner na
IIo e'tially 'liv e i e w ~I~ eighit. heit.woi'i $ lie for'woraIlid rear1 axles. [5s1 mounitedlOI on .im
whiel. Thei lIoiler is miounted om axles of tin he'il llEl N1ElNED W lOUGllTI' Il(ON,
Iimpro'v4'd and Pouwerful lirakc's. L~AIlGE FI,Y WII IEL AN D PUJ4fLX' hE.Iingedt
Sinuoke'stack, pro'(vicedQ with efflcIent D)')II1 FOlI )ITA IN IN( A NDI EXTiIN
Tliil WA YNEMlhOiO ECLIPSE PATENT SEL2F.~i lliU ,ATIN(Gi 'lAIN
SIEl'A.\TOVI(ll, CIMA N Eit A NI) ItAG(i El, (lhe moiis coJlilltc ( l?A IN SA E V ito in t
worall, 31nil 1U Il1l'ASSI)D FllI SI M lI'LUIlTI Y. CaLpacily for1 Th1reh3ii:g, SeparaVftingM
anti ( leaniing all kiils of grainI leady for2 mat:rket.
T'I'l lC ( ILElIIIA'T EJ) O.SBOlt N IEAP'Elt A ND MOWEIR, the best Machilne of
thie kh122( in the Market.
TPilE VAN WINKLE, PRATT aund JIIOWN GINS, wIth FEEDEllS AND
A11of the ablove, withievery other kInd of FARlM IMPIIOVED MAChiNERY,
Ri. J. McCARLJEY & CO,
A IIAPIY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Tlhe Ioulnt nnicipated holiday rush hans como and pa 0td ul:0 Newv Yettr
with its hhlen~i fututre has clhtwned upon01 us; and as I iiemuul ius my0 I nimliost
endeh'avors to incorlt. In futu re thle very liberal pat rontage tat ima.~ been extended
to0 me1 the( pai year'. by conisult.ing at alil times theo imierests of tny customers, I
uike ibis 0IoppotIimity of annioiunci ng that from is i date my present stock of
IFA LL AND W.IN TER~ GOODS
Will.he sold at (4REATLAY ltEDUCED PIC1ES, inI order to mlatu
prepaa) o fltotit(r aL moreC extenided
TR ADE TITAN HIERETOFOREl, ~
P'lcase cnli and examine my stock beford maldig 'oti' pt-ehnas asI'th
priices willl conivinco 'on that, I mea,n just wvhat I prnomIso inl this idver'tisemllt
TIhanking my frl nds for thieir very liberal aiiid gratifi lug vore, I It
you all a happy and pt-osperoush New Year.. f.
SV' fA"'RUt' ?dr'