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tvo, dj1rsand fifty conte. aperumb
in 4ave1M Lii~eraldiscount to. o bs
of fite and upwa'd4.
ris OF Aiv*H' tstxo.-r.tto d#U4
porlhoh for the first insertion, .o da
iEfty cents per inch for each subseq Aent
insert ion. These rates apply to all ad
vertisements, of whatever n'ato ro and
are payable strictly in advanee. Con
tracts for three, six or twelve months
made on* very liberal terms. Tran
Went' local notices, .ilfteen cents per
line for the first insertion and seven
and one-half cents per line for, each
subseunentinsertion. Obituarvies and
trilbuts of respect charged as adver
tisemeonts. Simple announcements o
marriages and deaths published free ox
charge, and solicited.
All communications, of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to the
Wininshoro Publishing Company
Whimsboro, S. C.
New Goods-J. L. Mimnaugh.
Wheriff's Sales-J. B. Davis.
.Summons--A. M. Mackey.
A meeting of the Democratic club
will be held In the .court-house Mon
day night. The colored voters are
especially invited to attend.
State Supervisor Poinler is in
Charleston for the purpose of appoint
ing supervisors of elections throughout
the State, one from each party, for
each precinct. County Chairmen are
requested to make nominations.
Although making no outward de
monstration the Radicals in this coun
ty have been holdipg secret meetings
for some time, and groups of leaderd
congregate in town and have conflabs.
on the street corners. ,It is reported
that they indulge in very bitter talk.
Read the new advertisement of Mr.
Mimnaugh. It is full of valuable in
formation fqr all who want to buy
goods. The "Augusta Store" has re
cently been resupplied with goods in
great variety, and every* body who
wants anything should take a look into
The report prevailed all through the
county that Wallace was to make a
speech on Thursday. Ample prepa
rations bad been made to meet him,
but it was notfouid necessary to do any
thing as the rumor was a false one.
Ifhe will conic down, we will guaran
tee the Democratic Electoral and Con
gressional ticket a thousand majority
in Fairfield. Nothing increases Demo
cratic enthusiasm more than a visit
from the ex-Congressman.
SF-mvZCEs TO-Montow.-The several
pulpits in town will be filled to-mor
row by members of BethelPresbytery,
Presbyterian. morning, the Rev. R.
E. Cooper; evening, the Rev. L. R.
McCormick. The Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper will be administered
after the moi'niing service.
Methodist, morning, the R1ev. J. W.
Associate Reformed, morninig, the
Rev. J. L. Williamson.
African Methodist, afternoon, at 3
o'clock, the R1ev. D. Harrison; night
at 7 o'clock, the Rev. J. L. William
The morninig services will all begin
at 11, and thie eveing)" services at.7i
Proeeduings of thec Fanl Scssion-A G~,d
Attenielance of Ministe rs anad Eleors-Sev
oral Mlatta-ra ofImportnance to the Church
Thlle fallh session of~ Bethel Presby
tery opened in Scion Church, Winans
boro, on Wednecsdaiy evening. The fol
low Iing mlinisters were present: Revs.
James II. Sayc, D. H~arri!,on, James
.Douglass, J. W. Query, D. P. Rohin
son, James W. Spratt, F. L. Leeper,
W. W. Mills, HI. B. Pratt J. L. Wil
lamson, R. F. Taylor, R. E. Cooper,
The followinig churches were repre
sented by the elders namned: Bethel
J. Leoander Adams. Fishing Creek
G. W. Neely. Bethesda-J. L. Mc
Dowell, Allison's Creek-W. B. Alli
son. Rock Hill-J. F. WVorkman.
Fort Mills-B. F. Powell, Hlopowell
-F. B. Thomasson. Beth-Shiloh--J.
A . S. Stewart, Purity-J. L. Harris.
Catholic-W. A. Jiagley. Pleasant
Grove-James Hlamilton. Concord
A. B. Douglass. Mount Olivot-James
Beaty. Scion-O. R. Thompson. lio
reb-J. M. Ashford. Salom--G. F.
Anidrews. Lebanon-J.. W. Evans.
D.ouglass-h1. 11. Gooch. Waxhaw
J. N. Neely. Six-mile Crcek-J. J.
Por'ter. Cedar Shoals-J. J. Ander
The opening sermom was preached
by the Moderator', the R1ev. W. W.
.Mills, from Isainli xrai., 10: ''Saith
heLord. yeaem ins. rs
bytery was then constituted with pray
or, and the roll of delegates made out,
as above given. The R1ev. James
Douglass was chosen Moderator', aind
* ~ Mr. James Hamilton Temporary Clerk.
The R1ev. J. B. Mack of the Charles
ton Presbytery, the R1ev. Ri. F. Taylor
of the Atlanta Presbytery, anid the
Rev. Willard Richardson of the North
ern Presbyterian Church, were Intro
duced to the Moderator anld invited to
- sit as . corresponding members. The
Rev. R. F. Taylor was then received,
on certificate and examination, as a
member of this Presbyt'ery.
A letter from the Rhy. J. S. White,
tenduring his resignation as pastor of
Catholic and Pleasant.Grove Churches,
on account of Ill health, was received
and read, On motion, the Rev. F. L.
Leeper was requested to lead in pray
or*, in view of the sad news just comn
Presbytery then adjourned till O&
1sed t braylr i by the f -t for.
Piesb ytery met at the time fixed,
ilid spent the firt lalf-hour III devo-:
Vonal exercises.' The following-nai
oi members appeared, reudered their
cuses for tardiness, and weore duly
Inrolled: The Rev. L. It. McCor
gick, Elders J. F. Kennedy and J. J.
Anderson. The minutes of the'. last
regular meeting, and thoso of the call
od meeting held at Chester, July 29,
were read and received as information.
The minutes of last night's session
were also read and confirmed.
The Rev. D. P. Robinson returned
to this Presbytery his letter of disinis
slon to tho Presbytery of Mecklenburg.
A communication was received from
Mr. James P. Miller, a student under
the care of this Presbytery, stating that
hie is now a student at Union Theologi
cal Seminary, Virginia, and asking for
aid to enable him to continue his stud
les. On motion, the committee on
ducation was directed to send the
inme of Mr. Miller to the central coi
inittee it Memphis.
The Moderator then announced the
usual standing committees.
On motion, the letter of the Rev. J. S.
White was taken up for consideration.
Ills reasons for non-attendance at the
present session were sustained. Catholic
ind Pleasant Grove Churches were
salied on to state, through their repre
3entatives, their views in the matter.
Presbytery was then informed that
Joth gIurcles consented to a dissolu
ion of the pastoral relation. On mo
Aion, the request of the Rev. Mr. White
was then granted.
On motion of the Rev. Mr. Leoper,
the following resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That the Moderator be
istructed to write a letter to Bro.
White, conveying to him the tenlder
symupatlv of this Presbytery in his
On motion, tile reading of tile Con
'.regational Narratives was made tile
;pecial order for Friday morning im
mediately after the reading of the
Presbytery then took a r'cbss, until
ifter morniig service.
After the recess, upon resuming
Iusiness, a letter was read fi'om tle
Rev. G. A. Trenholn, conveying- his
reasons for his absence froim' the sos
iion of Presbyter%, anid tle
easois were sistaineol. Tle Rev. T.
W. Mellichamp, of the Baptist church,
wasintrodticod to the Mtoderator and
inviiod to sit ats a visitin(gi member.
The report of tie treasurer was read,
i.nd referred to the committee oil
A letter from Licentiate W. T.
Matthews, now attending the Prince
Lon Theological Seminayrr, asking for
mid, was docketed for future consider
On motion, the Rev. J. L. Girar
ileau, 1). D., was invited to sit as a
A fter hearing ian address from the
Rev. J. B. Mack, 1). D., in tile inter
Dst of tile Columbia Semialirv, Presby
tery took a recess till 34 o'cl'ock, p. i.
A fter recess Pri'esblcry procecded to
conisideor the a ppl icati on of Liceuntiato
Matthews for assistance. On mnotion,
thle Presbytorial committee on educan
l~ion were i nstructed1 to recommnend
Mr. Maiztthaews to tile cntral comimit
Ice, wiithi tihe uierstandinag that such1
commlaittee endeavor to obtain for him
[a scholarship at Princeton.
The follo winig-namled members ap
peared, anid, givinlg sat isfarctory ex
crises for tarineiss, wer'e (iulv enrolled:
Rlevs. 1R. E. Cooper and~ J. C. McMul
Ilen, and Elders W. 1B. Love and J. F.
Addresses were thien made by the
Rev. Ders. Giranrdeau and Mack, in the
nterest of the Columbia Seminary.
Trhe Rev. J. HL. Sa~yc ofl'ered tihe fol
lowing resolution, whiich was adopted:
Res olved, That this Presbytery make
an efiort to raise $4,000, to mnake up
the $30,000 of the Howe memorial in
aid of the Theological Seminary at
Columbia, and appoinlt (lie Rev. J. L.
Williami~s, the Rev. Rev. RI. E". Coop
er, the Rev. U. A. T1renholm and thie
Rev. W. W. Mills agents in their re
spective counties, to secure the same;
that thie Rev. Rt. E. Cooper be ap~poinit
ed chairman of such committee ; aind
that, thme comimittec conlvene at 0onCe
and pr'opo some plan to raise5 the
On motion, Presbyter'y thon ad
joum'ncd till 74 o'clock, p. mi.
At the night session religious servi
cos were conducted by the Rev. Dr'.
Girardeau, who pr'eached an able and
cloquent sermon. Presbytery then
proceeded to business.
On motion -it was resolved that the
next meeting of Presbytery be held at
Lancaster C. HI., oni Wednesday nighit
hefor'e the first Sumnday in April, at 74
The chairman of the committee on
(domestie. missions nmadle a verbal re
p)ort, showving (liat (lie committeo had
inot yet succeeded in enigaging ana evan
gelist, and that thero is at presenit nao
pr'ospect of pr'ooring one0. The fol
lowiang resolutioni wvas thon adopted:
Resolved, Th'ant the committee ona
home missionis ho instructed to post
pon11 (lie empl)oymnent of' ani cyagelist
for six months..
A paper01 fr'oan the committee oni
home missins, asking that Presbytery
raise a~ certain amont for the year',
was read for the infor'mationr of the
body. On motion, it was resolved, as
the sense of (lie body, flint Presbyter'v
do not obligate itself to raise any
spuecifle amiouaat for (domestic miionls
duinig (lhe pr1esenit year.
Oin motion Pr'esby tory adjouried till
Friday morning, rad was closed wvith
prayer by the Moderator.
Pi'esbytery met at 94, a. in., and
spent tire nuultimre in devotional ex
ni'cisea. The miantes of Thurasday's
meeting wero read and counfi'medl.
The R1ev. F". L. Leeper' eniterecd his
protest against (lie actin of Pr'esby
teiry in (lie case of Mi'. Matthews, now
prioseuting his stuiies0 at P'rincoton
College. The protest Is as followvs:
''I dhesire to enter my solemni priotest
ligninst (lie action of Presbytea'y in en
d1or'sing *ih stuident undl~er ouriicarer
prosecuting his stud(les at a theological
seminar'y under (lie care of (lie North
igrn Church, for the folling reasons:
''1. Said actiona is a recognitin of
the right ofta student to choose his owvn
place of prosecutliag-his studies with
aut first consulting his Piresbyter'v.
''2. Such aetdon is,in muIts logical con
alusion, a denial and condemnation of
the instice of the enlansm nowB 811.
t~l~olJyt.O. 'Wi Clirel -to', the,
tiik1kkfyolir 0 N0 cW tohk
Nb'olenChirch,-in regarsl to f'rater
n1 eain.. , Ltitren."
OW., 11noon, the follo w inlg-niamled
nigltbers were appoiIIedi as a comtmit.
tee 6 answer the tbrugoiist protest:
TheI~ Rev. 1,.-B. Prat t,.th oRev. Ri. E.
Cooper and 14let. J. L. Harris.
The Rev., Di P.' Robinson asked
leavo of nbsence, ou account of ill
health, hicl was granted. 1ie also
askd that his . lotter of dismission to
the Presbytory of Mecklenburg be re
turned and ondorsed by this Presby
tory-which request was granted.
Prsbytery thou procceded to the
order of the day-the reading of the
On motion, leave of alsonco was
1a1nte( to the Rev. J. C. NMulloni
'om noon to-day till the night session.
On motion, Presbytery then receded
from business until after morning
worship. The services were conduct
ed b I the Rev. It. F. Taylor.
A or the services, tho'reading of the
Congregational Narratives was re
suimed and concluded, an1(d the papers
were placed in the alin(is of the domit
mitee on Narrative to Synod.
The committee on itiutes of the
General Asse mbly made Cte following
report, which was received as informan
- "The committee appointed to exam
ineito minutes of the Goeneral Assem
bly and report to Presbytcry any
subjects calling for the action of thi's
body, would beg leave to report, that
t ind iothinug calling 'or direct
action Oil our par(, but would recomn.
miond to the urembers of Presbytery:
1. Close and proper attention to all
the schemes for church extension as
comprehended in lie cause of missions,
foreign and domestic, the cause of
education for the miniastry, the cause
of publication and colporiago.
2. Wo also recommend a hearty co
operatiol in promnot.ing a proper ob
servance of ( lI 1e0l y Sabbat h.
3. A (ue attention to what the As
semnblyv Ias uttered in relference to our
Theological Seminary in Coluimbm, to
wit, page 218: 'We recommineiid that
thle Genleral AsemlyN inform thoClie
yno(s of its readincs to restore the
eminary to their owiiership amid con
trol whenmever they, the Syniods above
nianmcd, shall indicate their desire to
receive it.' This matte'r then claims
our attention, as t conmstituent part of
thoSvnod of South Ca1roi lina."
On1 Inotion, the yev. W. G. White,
of the Louisville Presbyterv, was re
cived as a mlember of bltliel Presby
tory, on certificate and examination.
'1he Rev. J. Lowrie 'Wilson, of
lIothes~da ChIur'cl, York county, and
Elder James F. I Hart, of Clie Yoirkville
Church, appeared and, rendering sat
isthet ory excuses lor tardiness, werc
enlrolled is delegiat es.
A call from the Yorkvillo Chiurch
for the ministerial services of Ihe Rev.
Thos. Rt. English, of the Macon Pres
bytery, wos preseited in the usual
6orm. On Imolion. it wvas resolved
thlmat this Presbytery hold an adjourned
mecting during ile sessions of the ap
proaching Synod, and that the call be
retained uitil that time.
The commtittee on form of Narrative
to be used in the clunrchcs of tihe Pres
by(ery submiltled a form, which wias
read by the lev. I1. B. Pratt, and
taken ip f)r- considcrat ion.
The Rev. W. W. Mills asked and
obtained leave of absence front the
sessions of Presbytery .till Saturday
P'reslbytery then took q recess till 31
o'clock. 1'he afternoon session was
coinumobd in thie consideration of the
repoirt of the comm nittee on for'm' of
Narrat ive, anmd other mal t'rs-of which
a full account wiill be giveu hereafter.
STATE OF SO.UTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT 0OF COMMON PLEAS.
William If. Walling, Plaintiff, against
John L. Walling, Thomias P. Wall
ing, sarah E. Walling, Jamues Wall
ing, El izabet Mi NcLeani, Thomas Mi.
Neely, William Walling, \Villim
WV. Kennedy and Geomre L. Kennie
dy, Defendants.- Summinons for Re
lief-Comnplaint not Served.
To TnlE ])EFENDANTs:
YOU ar'e hereby sunmmoned and
required to answer the conmplaintl in
this actioun, which has boon lihedh in thle
office of (lie Clerk of Common Pleas
for' the said county, and to serve a copy
of'youur answer to thme said comiplainit
on (lie subcriber' at his oflice No. 1
Lawv Range, W~innsboroi.(, 8. C., within
twenty days -itter' the service hereof',
exclusive of' (lie djay of such service;
and1 if you lhil to amnswer (lie complaint
withim hie timie afor'esaid, (lie plaintiff'
inm tis action wviill apply to (lie Court
for the relief demnanded in the com
Dated October 12, A. D). 1880.
A. M. MACKEIY,
To THlE DEFENDANTu William Walling
Take niotice that thle complaint in
thiis action was filed in the oflce of the
Cler'k of the Court of Common Pleas
for Fairild county, ini the State af'orc
said, on the 12th daty of October, 1880.
Ootober 12, 1880.
A. M. MiACKEY,
B)Y virtue of' a warrant to mnc direct
.i cd, I will oil'or for' sale before the
court-htonse door in Winn isboro, S. C.,
on (lie first Mond~ay ini Noveimbet'
next, withini the legalh hours of sale,
to the hig'hest bidder, for (ensh, the fol
lowing-desceribed property, t~o wit:
TwoIV( bales of' cotton. ior' or less,
sold1 as flue pt:operty of U.. A. Smith,
at thme suit of ofA fred D~unn.
Four' bales of cotton, more or less,
sold as the pr'oport. y of' Peter' Dickey,
at the stilt of lI. \Y. Owens.
Five bales of cotton, more or' less,
sold as (ho prioperUty of'Wilhliam Aiken,
itt thme suit of U. C. Trampp.
Fomurteen bahes of cotton, amo or
less, sold as the pm'operty of Ucanrc
gard Tolliver' and llector Tolliver', at
Lhmo suit of B. E. Lyles.
JNO. 11. DAVIS,
8. F. C.
Sher iil's Office,
Winnmsboro, 8. 0.,
DR. W. E. AIKLEN,
-D)EA LEn IN
Druigs, Medicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
A) FREST supply13 of Cheese just re
miedt and for sale at
J. M. BEA TY & Co's,
sont 1 On tue Cor.,m.
TE1 UI 11A0iNl COLLEGE
AGRICULTUU AND MKECHANICS
ILL be opened for thlo instrnotior
of the young nn of the State, on the 61h
OCTO) lt, ip the buildings of the otd
South Carohina-College, with the follow
ing Faculty, viz.:
WM. POUCITER MILES, LL.D.,
President and Professor of English Liter
JAMES WOODVOW, Pi. D., D. D.,
Profossor of Geology, Mineralogy, Botany
Professor of Mathematics and Natural'
WILLIAM BUlNEY, Pi. D.,
Professor of Analytical and Agricultural
Chemistry and Experimental
TUITION FREE TO ALL. Iloom rent
for the year $10. For furthor information
apply to tho Secretary at Columbia, S. 0.
By order of the faculty.
Secretary of Faculty.
Columbia, S. 0., August 13, 1'80.
Clothing for Men, Youths and
Boya-A meaning sign, yet our
friends say there's nothing mean
about us. Come and suit your
solves. SuGENHEIMER & GROESOHEL.
C UGARS, assorted. Coffees, Rio,
1 Laguayra and Old Gov. Java.
Rio and Old Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, Tiperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hyson.
Pears, Peaches, Piner.pples. To
niatoes, Salmon, Corned Beef, Deviled
11nm and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, (' inter Pre
serves, Pin Head Oat Meal;, Coope
Gelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper and
BIaldwin Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Empire Chow
Cllow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Worcestershire Sauce.
J. F. McMIASTER & CO.
TIlE NEW YORK
JAMEs GORDON RENNET, Proprietor.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
FIFTY CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS.
An Extra CopIy to Every Club of Ten.
THE NEW YORK HERALD,
PUB LISHEW EVEERY DAY in the YEAR.
So pays for one yearr.Sunda~ys icludedi.
Sa pays for one year, wlthout Suindays.
Sa pays for' six moniths, Sunidays included.
84 ;ays for six tonths without, Buuays.
82 j0ty .for one yeaif ig any -spleitled .day of
SI pays 1o0 ix mopthii for any specifled day of
31 per' month (includihg sundays) will be
luarge on at h. eiptions for a less period
TO EUltOPE, INCLUDING POSTAGE.
weekly (inomnestic Edipion)............. 00
Daily Edit ion.............23 Cents per Copy.
Mtinday dio................4 Cents per Copy.
wVeekly.Eio................2 cents per Copy.
d. 11.-Not, le ta 5opies mnaiicd to news
We uiw lno coinunission on subscriptions to
aliy~itto N vj~ YOIRK HEROAL.D
Broadway and Ann Strect,, New Yor-k.
We think wve enn show a little the
nicest Stock of Newv Fall and Win
ter Goods, ever brought to our
burg. Come and see us.
SUoENHlEIMER & GBoE801IEL,.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING, HATS AND FUR
At the Great Clothing Store of
StIGENUEIMER & GuoEBCHEL.
Every one in wvant of Clothing should
go to Iho CLOTHING STORE
of Sugonheirmer & Groes
chel, before buying as
the largsst and
Stock of these Goods ever offered in
Winnsboro will be0 found there.
HO0W TO BET.
D)on't bet on elections, but bet
your bottom ddllar that Sugenheim
er & Groesebel Can suit you for the
least money of any house in town.
We Relect our Clothing with watohful care,
Weo try to alwvays deal with you fair.
Weu're bound to pleais -ovor ready to try,
Como and seo us when yon wan t to buy,
SUGENH EIMERI & GRIOESCHIEL.
T H.E undersigned begs leave to say
A f o the public that he is now run
ninig a flest-class Shaving Saloon in
every respeOct. None but.- conmpetent
andl experit wvorkmena are emrployed,
and thmose who will favor us with t'heir
custom are guaranteed satlsf'action,
H A R-CUTTING
Done 13n the latest and neatest style,
Don't forget to call and give me a
trial, and I w~ill lhease you.
J. M. McCALL,
Opposite Dr. Alkent's Drug Store.
WINES AND LIQUORS
I WOULD most respectffilly inform
my customers and the citizens of Fal.
field generally, that I keep In stock
fhl supply of fine Liquors, Clga
Tobacco, &c., &c., and guaranta
Satisfaction to any 0110 glying
trial. My stock consists as llo
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNAC
BRAND'S SCIIEDAM GINS.
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISKEYS
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MOR1INO DE MORA SHERRY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. 11. MUMM & CO.'S ItHEIMS
GENUINE RHINE WINE.
SARATOGA PURE RYE WIHIS
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE WHIS
KEESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
CELEBRATED PFEIFFER E. RYE
KENTUCKY BOURBON W.iS
PLANTATION RYE WHIS Ki
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEAC]
NORTH CAROLINA SWEET MASI]
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYS
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCIIE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE
IKONE ADE WINES.
1 KEG DRY SCUPPERNONG WINE
I KEG SWEET SCUPPERNONC
I KEG SWEET CATAWBA WINE
BERGER & ENGEL'S CELEBIRAT
ED LAGER BEER ON D RAUGU1'
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATURAL APPOLONA
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
THlE AMERICAN TWVINS CIGAR
5 FOR 25 CENTIS.
THlE HAVANA CHIAROOTS
T. W. BILACKWELL'S SMOKINC
CH EWING TOBACCO-THREE
THlE DEST MIXFD BEVERAGEE
OF THE SEASON SERVED
AT ALL HOURS OF
THlE DAY, TO SUIT THE MOS'i
F. WV. JHABENICUT.
RIEAR OF TOWN HALL
ALL persons who bought atock
from me last spring on timo whose
notes are due first October, will
please be prepared to meet them. as
full payment will be required.
Prompt payment will only enable
me, to accommodate them next
C1ORN AND WOODE~R
Pelivered at my Stable on Conaress
Stredt, located one dloog south of thc
sept - A. IYILILIFORD.
FALL A1TD W11TTEI GOODS.
* E BEG leave to inform our cnstomers and the publio generally. that we h
lately disposed of our Grocery Department for the Irpose of making mop,
room for our
Which are now in store, and have been marked at prices to induce quick sales. W
cannot enumerate the iarious kinds andi styles, but cordially invife all to call and e6
amine our stock, and we shall endeavor to make It the interest of all to purchase.
CLOTHING, HATS AND GENTS' FURNIfING GOODS.
This department has been extended, and we guarantee prices as low as the low a
Our Troy City Perfeet Fitting Crown Shirt cannot be surpassed. Laundriod or U
laundried made to order if desired.
BAY STATE STANDARD SCREWED SHOES
Are our specialty, and to those who havo tried them we need not add words. To
those who are yet strangdra to the durability of this honest nado Shoo, we ask you
to call mind buy your winter supply, or a single par only, if you prefer trying them.
You will not have to come often---they are ao<owledged by many to outwear any
ZEIGLER BROTHERS' Gents', Ladles', Misses', and Infants' F'no Shoes. Itoducea
your Shoe bill and save money by buying thn bent. Romomber the place
J. M. BEATY & CO.,
oct 7 ON THE COlINER.
GRAN FALL OPENING
P. LANDECKER & R 'S.
JAVING just returned from the North, we can assure our friends and
icustomers that we have socured the fiuest selection of Fall and Win
ter Goods. Full and completo assortmont of the latest Novelties for fall
KID GLOVES I KID GLOVE3 11 Two and three Buttons, 50 cents.
English Lisle Thread Gloves with two, three and six buttons, all sizes,
both in white and colors.
Ladies' and Misses' Colored Hoso in variety. -Mon's Half Hose-all
Our stock of White Goods, Embroiderios, Handkerchiefe, Notions, &c.,
has never been moro completo.
- Gents' Furnishing a a Styles. New
Clothing in now styles and at old pricos. Notwithstanding the advance in
the price of woolen fabries, wo are receiving the largest and handsomest
stook of 1lino and medium Clothing that has ever been exhibited in the
Boro, which wo will soll at LAST FALL AND WINTER PRICES I
An inspection is reopectfully solicitcd.
P. LANIECKER & BRO.
You -N X.3
1,I Y STOCK of Fur niie, whieb wvill he thme larrest, handsomeost. atnd che3al
est ccoring to) (inl1ity, and(141 forlesign mu1( workmanshlipij unequale.
tReember that all miy groods mare warranted to be as rep~resenlted. P'rico your
Furnture elsewhere, then) cme to the first-class store whiero vou wvill have tho
best selection aind cani hny chieaper. Bear in miml that I shilp 'goods to Ridge
wa '. Blytthewood, Whiute Oauk, Woodward's, JBlackstock, aid ans far as Cheostcr
anti York. Tisj is an reecioinemiat ioft' he <inality v and price of my goods.
A ncew supply o1 WVindowv Shadesl, Waill Plockets,'Brackets, Mirrors, P'icturo
Framios, Chromos, i at un akks, an d I hook Sheilvesc, chleaper tlihan t.bui e ceet.
Thne largest snpply o' 'iin Chuamberci Sets, made to mtchi Cottage aind Chin
ber Suits. Call and see thiemi. A new supply of' Sewing Machines as gvood nas
anly. Don't Buy a Machinmer'ely biecause voanwmot or your neighbor has
it, and likes it. Rieember thant. most of' 1 the' mines that are miost largely
pl)ll'(d have but little mei.. Thew one you wanit is thet one0 1hat will save you.
time and~ v'exation, is noiseless, runs light. inud will last a lonig t ime. I haveo
it. Rtemnember the Gold Medhal wa~s awvarded't to one0 of then Manchinos1I reprosenit,
over' eighty comlIpetitor's. 1 cant referi you tc o mn thatL arec unsing it, an1( it has
always given en lire sot Isfactionm. Remieiwr t hat I am agdent fomr a Door and
Sansh Factory. All onCters entriusted to me will have piwompt at ttion and at
the low~est pricos. l5nruiitaret neaithly repiredC at. mlodera'Ite3 pr'ices. I am also
prepared to mnake to order. Lumober and Shingles fthe sale at. small profits. Sew-4
lng Macinea Needles and1( at tachmencits and~ palrts of Machinles can be hadl thr'ough~
mnc. Don't fail to call bef'ore purht'lasinlg elsewhere. R. W. PHILLIPS.
JUST RECEIVED a freshn supliy
of Choice Groceries. The follow-.
ing is a list of my loading articles:
Clark's Best Angusta Flour,0 -
Clark's Bolted Meal and Pearl Grist.
Also, a Fresh lot of Wheat Bran. T haenwistrthlrgs
Granulated. Standard A, Key- DyGos
stone A, Extra C, and all the lowerCltigHa
bu cav tnotull syr we arges
li'rs anne Goos ofall inds hich ill barais oed il be glo
Fresh ickle apdiauce.
Give m a cal and gtlathagag,.Hept ,
')ress GoodseLaceroCollars, Cridss.
BuosShesNektes.HasCa s addos H.Anss Rd Leaher
Noriosh and os of el Goods
FriesLw P Fkrstn acs.n l h nh o aeS~lci',Te
Clo0in fGlonr Wiesn, ursWBSE WAO
Boyv, wecll an od e lty Bandaisn. ET lI~ON W1
aiway che . inprc. DONLYPOTFS, ~
B___os, Shoes,.NeckPis. Hats, Caps
- Weton ae boens tof Nlews Gods.i~ * ~ d 80
Pries Low, Fitrest i Laot aned Aul~ th e p
thinging or ne. IYoouthstoiav mneagnd'
SUQENBEIMER & GROEsCIHEL. U~~I1II &