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VOWN AND COUNTY,
VATURDAY, January S, : a : 1881.
Tp~nx8 oF TWiENF.W8 AND IbERALD.
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tracts for three, six or etwelve months
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tisements. Simple announcements OT
narriages and deaths published free oi
charge, and solicited.
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nature, should be addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company
Whimsboro, S. C.
RAILROAD SCHEDULEs.-The trains
on the Charlotte; Columbia & Augusta
Railroad reach Winnsboro' as follows:
Day passenger, northward, 1.42 p. n.;
touthward, 4.57 p. m. Night passen
;er, northward, 12.16 a. in.; south
'ard, 8.59 p. m. Day freight, north
warl. 8.55 a. -in.; southward, .12.38
.p. m. Night freight, northward, 2.38
a. m.; southward, 10.85 p. mh.-This
schedule is on the basis of Washing
tonl time, which is about fifteen minutes
ahod of Winnsboro time.
(The niiht passenger trains will not
stop at Wus oro.]
Notice-Desportes & Monts.
D. and L. Assocation-D. R. Flen
Divine service will be hold in the
Baptist church to-morrow at eleven
o'clock, by the Rev. A. M. Cartledge.
WINNSBORo NATIONAL I$ANK.-Tie
annual meeting of the stockholders of
this Bank was held in the President's
ofice oil the 6th inst. The President
submitted the annual report of the
Board of Diectors, which showed that
the Bank is In a highly prosperous
condition. An election for tell Direc
tore of the Bank was held, and the fol
lowing-named gentlemen were unani
mously elected: W. R. Robertson,
James Beaty, James HI. Rion, George
H. McMastcr, A. S. Douglass, James
A. Brice, D. R. - Flenniken, T. 1).
Feaster; Col. Wm. Johuston, of Char
lotte, and Col. James M. Ivy, of Rock
Hill. Upon the adjournment of the
stockholders' meeting* the Board of
Directors went into session, when.
Judge W. R. Robertsoti was unalli
mously re-elected president and Mr.
George 11. McMaster vice-president.
ADULTERATION OF 1OOD.
Explaining the Mystertes of Muscovado
Molasses and Whitowine vinegar--Sonic
thing for C0onsumecei to Think About.
Messrs. Editors: The News and
C\ onrier, in its t ri-weekly of Decem
ber 23d, published a let ter from its
oncorrespond~enlt onth ghlucosie
business, as shoiu by cenisus-takers
in Newv York. By looking carefully
A to market' reports you wvill see that
Arefined crushed ''A" and "C" sugars ar
quotedi at nearly the same p~rice as
crud~e cane sugar, and the inlquiry nat
urally arises as to. the cause of suchi
small mnarginis after the process of re
fining. .4pparently, refining costs
nlothinlg, butt actually a great deal,
thlat is to tihe consumellr, for lhe pays
for tile refining in thle loss of sugar
-(displaced by adulteration. Tfhe cor
responldenlt seems to infer thlat glucose
alone is used for tile purpose. Ini thlis
ho is probably mistaken, as5 tile spe
cific gravity of glucose cannuot be sur
ficiently great to adulterate to the
amount of eighteen to thirty per' cent.
without adding too muchl to thle bulk.
Tis corresp~ondenlt fixes the price
or cost of glucose from corn starch at
* four cents per poun~d. Hlence, twenlty
per cent, adulteration withl it, puittinlg
the cost of refilled sugar at eight sonts
* would make tile mixture cost a very
small fraetion over seven cents. A
far bettor and less exp~ensive inaterial
is at hland to aid the rascally irefiuer in
making a profit. I mecan hea~fvy spar, or
slpaeof bayao wi h upper
and frmwhich to the Northern market
already hundreds of tons have been
* shlipped in the last two years. This
rock is Identical In appearance with
loaf sugar, perhaps whiter. Its cost
oit the cars oni the Air Line Railroad
Is, say, $5 per tona, anid freight to Newv
York $5 more, Cost of grinding,
floating anid dry'ing, $5 to *7. Hience,
It cani be put on the market with a~
profit at $20 per ton or one cent per
pound, The cost of this article thloughl,
I the Northiern markets, has been $88.
toa $46 per ton or two cents p~er pound1(.
The speciflo gravity of heavy spar far
exceedis that of glucose, and~ I believe
that of any other rock.
Now, my brother farmers will open
their eyes and say that this is all bosh
as5 refinled sugars will dlissolve aitd
rocks will not. Allowv me to call their
attention to the fact that all solubility
is nothing but muinte division, arid
that tile partieles so divided sihnply
-float in liquids; that the process of
rearation of heavy spar Is to grind
an.tolanllmalpabil owderl and float it
In water arid let it subside anid thent
collect and dry. 1t Is odorless and
tasteless, and perhaps harmless.
Bllack strap molasses is often sold as
Muscovadio molasses at a lower priice
tihan the duty on ti'e Imported article.
It is made with sulphuric acid atnd
potato star'ch. Fronm a party I casu
ally met somne years ago I got the
formula for low grades:
190 parts potato starchi.
000 plarts water.
12 parts sufphmric acid.
For light colored or Orleatns me
100 parts potato starch.
600 parts water.
10 parts slphuric acid.
JfHll irty-silx houirs and you have
the syrpsof commerce. B3y varying
the qutantity of acid1 you can varv' the
grade. Brit~ so nmch drrmle sulpharic
acid would: imke tile whole poisonous.
oit would, butt- Vlien 'theoboilng
proc'ps.ts eIt al end, -a small quantity
of cal-UPpa11te of Hlno Is put. in the miix
turc, \vbich lualaitly coibilues with
the milllipuic acid and is precipitated
in the Aform of sulphate of litie o
land plaster, and can be separated,
In the same way, a few ( rops of sul
phuric acid makes a barrel of vinegar,
We have a i3urean of Agriculture
to proCtct. ignorant old fmliers likt
myseblf front the impositiois of' fertil.
h/er companIes by preveiiting adul(er
ationl ofr the compounds wo iut oil omt
lands. It, does seetI, to i thick-heittde(
farmer like myself, that those very
wise men of the Legislature woull
have done well to have passed somie
law to have made this Bureau of Agri
culture also anialyse some1 of our food
supply, sicl as statir, flou1r, ten an(]
candy, and to prevent the wholeeit
filling of our stoiaelis' vltl crude
adulterations containing not a particle
It might. be well to analyse some of
thie Oneo thousand 1 and one1 patelit nos
trlms sold as iiedicities atul( publish
their contents whlei poisolnotls. It
would be best not, to analyso liquors,
its this Would prevent 'thoso who are
foolish enough to drink them to ex
Cess from windinig upI) their accounts
ats soon as they ought. inl justice to
their family and friends to do.
These stigestions tire based oki the
supposition that. the Bureau of Agri
cultur employs a Competent clienitst
to make such iinalyses as are required.
Is it true that in England all articles
of food inl packages are, by law,
brinided, showing all and every article
contained in tie package so the coi
sum111er may buy with his eyes Open)?
If this sugar swindlo nust needs
continue, if it is One ofi th legitimate
branches of trade, and we have both
the acid factories and tile sulipiate of
baryta. why not mix nearer home?
THE HESIKETU-SHIRiv1A' NUPTIALS.
Mliss Sharon's Reuinclation of Catholic
From the San Franclsco Chronicle.
The bride ind groom stood beneath
the floral bell, facing t lie minister, and
Senator Shairtoi stood at little back of
the bride, and Mrs. Davis near the
groom, by Fred Sharon's side. Sir
Thomas looked a trifle nervous and
pale, while the bride's beauty was en
hIanced by a deep coloI. Th'e presence
of Dr. Beers as officiating clergyman
wits at surlprise to Imany' of tle guests,
who were not aware of the fact ihat
Miss Shairon had renounced Catholic
ism, and several weeks ago decided to
be married by ani Episcopal clergy
man, and join the church of Englaid
upon her irrival at her new home.
The room wis hushed into perfect
silecie when Dr. Beers opened is
prayer book and pronotuincel the first
word of the beautiful service. From
the beginlinlg to the close not it word
of the .groon's responses could be
heaird by those standing even a few
feet away. but "Miss Sharon responded
inl a low, yet clear and distinct tone.
Previous to the wedding tihe brides
maids removed t lie bride's glove, and
the zroom fouid the ring only after a
Coisideraible seIrch inl his vest pocket,
Which disclosed his possession of' a
match box and several other useful
and oi tinmital knickmiacks, unhappily
stowed away inl the same pocket. At
the coniclusion of the ceremour, the
married pair, after receiviir Dr.
Ucers' orgrat ulation, faced the guests.
and retceived thle pleasiant wvishies of all
those priesennt. AfteIr thlat Sir' Thionias
r'eintquished his brmide to t he escot-t '.f
Sedgewiick oni his~. airm, the f'our'
prioiimnded upi amid downi the miaini
floor corridor and thlroughi the rcep
Sion r'oomsi, <boimcing bing h. star'ted by
the guests in thie music haoll.
A Bt(4 Uxm.:wmr.u o Nci-Stepsq are
being t akeni in El~nglantid toward the
pre~paations ol' a uivem sal (aal loguetI
ot' all books prlinlted ini the Untited
Kinigdom I'rotn thle I invent ion of' thie
art to thle presen t day. The Connci I
of the Society of' Ar'ts 1)ma recentlly
addressed' to the Pince of' Wales,
prlesid~ent of' the society, a report inl
wich the p~',roose plan Is set forth.
A catalogue of' this kitlndmust, of
course, b)c ha15ed on thle coll'ctionis ini
the Br'it ish liluiseumti, whiich have been
caitalogne'd, ini whole or' in part, at
three diberent t ime's. It is no0w pro'
p~osed to make use0 of' these ctatlogues,
' ~a hy go, and1( to conile~ic the
wo isoa to inclu tde tall prinited books
in the Musetum fronm 1-150 to (lie cud
of the year 1878. Suich a catalogue
w~ould .contaiin the titles of about
1,250,000 voluimes: and ne it wotti be
necessary to sitpplernent the ilthe entry'
witht mtanyu cr'oss reterence the whole
Wvork would compr~iise bet w~een 2,000k.
ii. to be 2,500,000, and aillowiing ('it'
five entrlies to the) page, thle cat alog'io
would consist of' for'ty-1iv'e v'olutmes of
have alr'eady beenl prepaird, and,
shlould the statiouiieryhlc 81'inlt alil
publish thie work like' an ord(in~ary
goverinent pubh)1cationi, it is believedl
thme price might be pull. ats low ais six..
teeni shillirgs a volumie. A univ'ersald
ctatogue hias for' year's b)een the drleama
of librarians and bookish men ; btut to
be sat isfaictory the work imust be broad.
The original plan11 of' the counciil was
to make a catalogue of all Britishl
pr'lited works. Tbc plan has been
wisely extended to eumbrace everv
thing in the hBritisi r iuseum, whichi,
next to the National Library at Paris,
has the largest collection of books in
-UI. E. IHodge, Cambridge, Michi.,
says I havo been afllicted with Asth i
nria for~ years, an "Oiily Lung Paid"
gave nmc immediate r'elief'. I can
r'ecom~tienid it as8 the~ gr'eates't reumedy
cycr' produced.--Bea Ativ. *
-The Ur'aphic is of the opinion that
thn United Slates Government w'ill
buy the wvhole telegraph system within
a year, and( thtat inecantimc we wvili
have very cheap telegraphy and wide
flucetuations in thue pr'ice ot'itchographt
7'HIE firm of Desuportes & Monts is this
Lday fiially diassol ved by limitation,
Trhe accounts agairiat 6he concern must
be plresented immeo~ia-tol-y. and those in
debted are reqjuesated to make promplt se~ta
tlemeont. Mr. U. I). Desportesa is author
ized to receipt for the same.
UT. 0. D)ESPORTES,
January 1, 1881.
1L A ND J. AsOCIA TION.
1HEi 71st regtilar meeting or theO Wlirins
Ibore Buu dtig aanU Loan Associatlon
will be held In thie TIown Hlail on Monday even
ing, the101l. tin tAnt, at 7 o'clock. Membaors will
lrmngfelm'ubooks and Day their amnthly instal
ment at or before that time, othhrwisO theS
penalr of teni cents per share will be chai'ged
at ter, the ,,nmeotJng. ~~ LN~~
.ta 8- Barl'tary..
EDITORS AND NEW8VP'ERt MEN
of the country endorso Jaiaes, Boss' Patent
(Iold Watch cases. As a proof, read the folI
b lBaltimore. Ald., March 8 1880.
It gives tno pleasure to Inform you that tU
j.anes loss Watch oamo 1 have carried has
givoii perfect satisfactioh. It We!ars beauti.
ully. J. 'T. IuNOGOLD,
Ed. and Prop't 'elegram.
La~ayette, Ind., March 8, 1890.
I take piesure i Cormen'di g the Jaine
1o.s Watch Case as hitghly satisfactory and
erlual In wear to ono of solid gold. They are
the "Boss" In fact as well as In naine.
W. S. LINGLE,
Ed. and lrop'l Courier.
Des Moints, In., Feb. 23. 1680.
Otr manager lia4j carried a Jamies Joss
Patent Watll Case, and cheerfully says that It
cannot be beaten in rny way.
TAIC LEAD)Ii CO.
'ub'rs Itra Mate Lcculer.
Watseka, Il.. 'Marcli 8, Is8.
I am pleased to say titat the Jaanes liess
Watch Case I have is entirely sahisactory,
beig in every respect just na reprenited. It
is a perfect beauty. M. 11 PEE H,
Ed. and Pzop't Iroquois Co. 'J'ies.
W'a, Wtch., Marcha 10, 1880.
T11m Watch Case 1- have of your imake Is In
every way satisfactory : it kjutst splendid.
MARIK 11. BARITNUM,
E-d. and Iro)t 'Pbrch of Liberty.
Tito above are convurreui in by Iu:iredsof
oth u'r editors as well as merclints, mnet'llanics
and1 jewelers, in ril rt-s of Ihe cOuntry.
TI'1is i- the olu ateilt, cast, Inade of Two
Plates of Solild Gold. It -4S warranted by spe.
cial cer(Iiieatte. Ask your jeweler for illustra
ed catalogue conatailig full descripUon.
Fresh Drugs anld Medicines.
1ASTOR ()IL, Bluostone, Borax, Cay.
enno Popper, Laetooept ne, Bath
Spn gos . oigh Sy rup. Soothing Sy rups,
Bay tum, Pe rfn "iery, Cinrachonidia, Qui
nine, Tutts'. Gilder's an I Stng's Pills,
Essence Ginger, Capsino Plasters.
Onion Rets. Prepared Cocon, Canary
Seed. Giin Pawder Ten, Hyson Ten, 1-ow
dered Black Popper, Machine Oil, &c. Just
MoMASTER, BRICE & KETCHIN.
QUG AR , assorted. Coffees, 1110,
' Lugayra and Old Gov. Java.
1.0 and Old Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hlysoln.
Pears, Peaches, Pline.pples, To
matoes, Salmon, Corned Beef, Deviled
Ham and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, (Ginger Pre
serves, Pill Hcad Oat Meal, Coopet
Oclatine, Mustard, Black Popper and
Baldwin Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Emapire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's AWorcestershire Sauce,
J. F. McMASTER & 00,
14 you went a real good airticle lit its
propjer valuie. Their prices are low,
conlsidlering the quality of their goods.
Theiy have a splenadid stock of Gold
and Silver Watches, Plain and Fancy
RigStutis and Sleevc Btittons, old
and1( Rolled-Plated Sets, Silvet- and
Platedware, Pocket and Table Knives,
Gold Penis and Pencils.
A lar-ge assortmnit of Glasswaitb
Lamp Goods, Toilet Sets, Vases,
Clocks, (warranted good time-keep
ers), Spectacles and Eye-Olasses to
sutit all ages, Safety Lamp-lurnlers,
Machine Needles, Violins, Violin
St rings, etc, etc,
King's Mountain Military Schlool,
r1 'lIE SECOND i4ErSION of the twenaty
Isixth yo.:r wvill begin February 1st
and closo Jane 30th, 1881.
TIOnMS PEn ft1ssI5ON:
1por Schooal Expenses, i. e., Board,
Tuition, WVashing. Fuel and
Lights, - , - - $i00.0o
Surgeon's eo and use of books, - 5.00
For Circulars containing full informna
tion, apply to COL. A. COWARID,
de 21-tfeb1 P'rincip~al.
Neow Goods !
IN addition to my Grocery on the corn
. r, Ihavo opened a Fancy Grocery ini
my 'ld atnd, one door south of Bekty &
Br . whero I keep a full selection of nice
thin.,s for Christmnas tim~s, such as Bour
Kraut. Bologna Sausage, Breakfast Stripa,
Onions. A pples, Oranges. Cocoanuts, Ba
nanias, Ca [blago, Iri h P'otatoes, etc., etc.
Call at Hleadeptartors, on the corner,
andl buy your Urandies, Rumas,- Liquera
and Wines, of which I keep a full se19c
tiion. Forty Imrrels of these goods on
han d. W. 11. D)ONLY,
do00 4 On theCornor.
FoI sale at the Drug Store, by
nov 18 W. Fa MIREN.
ATTORlNEY AT fA W,
10 L AWiR ANGE1
WINNSBIORO, 8. C'.
Ie I' n near.. Cou.r.. Uou...
LUDDEN & 4AE
TI11E MUSIC'HOUSE OF THE SOUT1i
IREMOVAL TO OUR
Yew Double Store
An Inmense Music Temple.
Two largostores, eoah 30 feet front an
four storieR high, fronting on three strcee
and filled from collar to loft with musici
supplies. Nothing to compare with it :
the Southern States,
A BG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE
AND' MOR TO COME
During the ten years since our estab
lishmont of our house we have developo
the munio trade of the South to a won
derful degree, but as yet we have only be
gun. Wesee, not many years ahead, i
business of a million a year. and to tak<
care of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our present mammoth warerooma
Fall trade 1880 will be immense. Wear<
ready for it. For months our senior part
nor has been at the North contractinj
with Piano and Organ manufacturers fo
instruments. le has concluded mos
advantageous contracts, and the Piano
and Organs are "coming, coming" 100,00
more, by every steamer. No% Styles, Noe
Prices, NewV Terms, New Store, Now Do
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880
Cash prices with three Months credit. -
During months of Aug. Sept. and Oct
we will sell Pianos ar d Organs at LowEs'
OAsu PRIcEs, payable $25 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Organ, with th,
balance in three months, WITHOUT INTEl
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFER
Write for Illustrated Catalognes an
New Price Lists for Fall 1880 and pre
pare to be astonished,
LUDDEN & BATES
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers
nov 25-tx8mn PROPRIRTOR.
aF1h 6+ N1' CHARI.E8.II
R. W. PhILLIPS, Agent, Winns
boro, 8.- Cs dec 21:-ly
IHaral or Oni HoRS
Oil, YES I OH, YES
Sogars; call at
CLE~bfNfNG'S HO Us1k
next door to W. R. Defy & Co. He keep
the beat of everything. 'he best Nathan'
Old1 Cabinet WVhigkeyt. The best Gibson'
Whiflioy. The, .best Ted Cents Segni
Thme beat Five d.ents Segar, And, ahov
all things, the best Dinner foi- 40 cobte
And if you co~he into towh between I
and I o'clock, anid are huingty, 6411l
Clondining's for a drink, and lhe will rn
up vi free hunch for you. Clondinin
hoops amoral and a quiet hboivo.
r fl1iF uinietgui bege leave (d sa
Lto the puliic that lhe Is now rut
uing a first-class Shaving Salooft I
overy respect. None but corn peteri
and capYo't workmenm are eiInlor
and thoae'Who will favor n's wilth the1
custom are g(uranteed satisfactiot
D'one tn the lfte~st aKnd neatest sty't
bon't fol'get .to call and give me
trIal,- and I wlH please yon.
J. M. McCATLi ,
Opposite TN. Aiken's Tfrug Sto'o..
Rubgcribe o Tnti N~wk nAY U-t
GOODS GIVEN AWAY!
WE, the undersigned, aniounce to
the pubilc that we have Just re
eived a new lot of
j DRY GOODS,
a LADIES' AND GENTS'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
t TRUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
a Which we will sell at the lowest; and
' in addition to the low prices we give
to every purchaser of $5,00 an extra
FIFTY CENTS WORTH OF GOODS,
And to every purchaser of $10, an ex
tra present of
ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH.
A new lot of Thi'e-Buttoned Ktd
Gloves, only 50 cents, real Alexander
Kid Gloves, $1.00-worth $1.25.
. LOAMA0 ci OAri i
ALL KINDS AND STYLES.
A call for Inspection is cordially Ip
vited, and satisfaction guaranteed lit
every res cot.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
CURE i BACK ACHE
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bilad<jor
and Urinary Organs by wearing the
lmpr'oVed Nxcelsior Kidney Pad
It is a marvel foP healing and relief.
SIIntPLE, SENSiB3LE, DIRIEdT, PAIN
It Eur'e8 where all else f ailfl, A ht~e .
lation and Revolution ist Medicine. Ab
sorptionl or direct applica tion, as opposed
for our treatise on Kidney troubles, ht
free. ''huis is the Original and1 Geniuino
Ki-Iney Pad. Ask for it and take no other.
Sold by drunistd, or snont by nti, en re
ceipt of prce, $2. Address
Te"Only". Lung Pad Co.,
Cures by ABbI11iuuN (Nature's waly.
AT LUNG DISECASER,
LLI BREATHING TRIOJBLbs:
it Drives into the system curative
agents and healing prh deines.
It draws fromi the dli eased pai the
poisons th a( danise dleath.
Thousands testify to its virtues;
You can lle Relieved and dured.
Don't despaif until you have triedi this
Sohsible, Easily Applied and RADICAL
a LV EFFJWTUAL Remedy. Send for tes
a timnonials and our book, ''Three Milens
,a a Year.'' Sent free'.
,Sold by 'Druggists, or sent by inail on
receipt of price, $2.00, by.
Th9,"Only." Lung Pad Cot,
Widinas Blook, Detroit, Mich.
- ~ IUTUJAT
I2EliJIEA88OiA T IGN.
HIlSis an .insootation of busIness men,
Y con'tribujte towardla a tandr, so as
R In case of death, theiW fainilie's *~ay ro
U' eve from $2.006 to $5$000, ao'cordin g to
,t atofln,t of c'ertiflente.- This is one of the
I, bet plan# of~ life insurance. You pay as
r you go, just like fire insurance, and with
Imorn convenlence even, as you pay bj
sthall instalments during .the yeat. We
refer to those best aecquainted with us,
viz :rmemibers in~ Ibirileold: G. H. bio
Master, Jas. A. Price, Jno. B. Daviq, D.
* R Flenniken, B. Rugepheifef; J. W.
MoCrofght. Jx'o. 4. NefIJ, Th mas L~. John.
s6fl. J. .Olendining, BI. B. Ulanahan, R.
Means Davis J'u.-. Q. Davis. Apv one
that,should lhe tbo bnsk Aineiber will
apply to . G., I.-BACOT,
ont . 'A'gen~t.
Y STOCK of Furniture,whiin' -,
est ntecording to quality, and bo
Rtenember that all my goods are warr
Furniture elsewhere, then c6me to th
best selection and can buy cheaper. I
wv. BlN'thewood, White Oak, Woodi
and York. ThIA b4 a recommendation
A now Aupply ot' Window Shades, N
Frames, Chromos, fHat Racks, and Bo(
Tihe largest supply of Tin Chamber I
ber Suits. Call and see them. A new
any. Don't Uny a Machino merely be
it and likes It. 'Remember that most 4
puffed have but little merit. The one
time and vexation, is noiseless, t
It. Remember the Gold Medal was av
over eighty competitors. I can refer i
always givaen entire satisfaction. Re;I
Sash Factory. All orders entrusted tf
the lowest pkIeeom rurnituro neatly re
>repared to make to order. Lumber ai
ng Machine Needles and attachments i
me. Don't fail to call before purchamsi
ELEGANT IN FINISi,
AND IN FACT
The Oly Ferfect rffachine MAP
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
io. 23 South Calvert Street,
TIIE FOLLOWING GOODS WILL
For the reasoli that they have this diay
beeni slightly damaoged.
1 Piece Bllack Cashmnere worth$1.00 at
1 Piece Black Cashmere worth 85cents
at 50 cents.
1 Pieco Brown Cashiere wvoi-t 70
cents at 45 cents.
These prices are a gitat deal less
than we paid for thorni and are IION
McoifflER., IHCE & KETCillN.
W EJI havo ilow in store the largesf
YYtoek ever purchased by us,
and which will be disposed of at low~
Clothing, Hat ,
.Shoes, Groceries, Bidles.
Saddles- Harness, Red Lcathbr,
Hariioss Leather &c.
We are iiot gi-ton to "BLOIiNG,"
but can truthfully sa.y we are offer
ing solid bargains, and will be glad
to seo yod.
UJ. G. DESPOiRTES.
OfNew Crop NEW ONLEANE
MOLASSES, best in (,he market; anl
syfups 6f all grades.
A Ulne assortment of
Also, a good kiailty ot O'NP NEALj
In fIvo poundt packages;
OlVE 1ME A OAil.
D. I. FLENNIK EN:~
il be tlWArgest, ialf(lnotmesft and cheap"
r design ant( workmatiushib itneqititled,
aited to be as represented. Price youri
I flirt-class store whIere von will have the
lear in mind that I ship 'goods to Ridgea
vard's, Blackstock, and as far as Chestce
of the quality and price of my goods.
Vall Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picturo
ok Shelves, cheaper than the cheapest.
Sets, made to match Cottage and Cham.
sntppl* of' Sewing Machines as good as
,anse your mother or your neighbor has
)f the machines that are most largely
you want is the one that will save you
ins light and vill bast a long time. I have
rarded to one of the Machines I represent
rou to many that aire using it, and it has
iembeir that I am agent for a Door and
>mle will have pronmpt attentioi and ab
paired at modIerate prices. I am also
id Shingles for sale at small profits. Sew
ni parts of Machines can be had through
ig elsewhere. R. W. PHILLIPS.
from me last spring on~ time ivhmosd
notes gre duo fir~sL Octobari will
leasne be prepared to ineet tihem. ad
full paymenit will be required.
Prompt payment will only enable
me to accommodato them noih
ICORN AND FODDER
*hellt'cjed dt my Stable out CongresA
Street, located 01ne door south of' thd
WORTil OF GOODS
TO BE SOLI) A$
No change necesaijt e.ma i
ouii imslhess; 1or thie i'easoii fiii ve are
gaining gi'ound instead 6f losing, anud
If this kood trado bt ours continn~es,
tihe bait thron o bt will bec*o iso
tainted with skippers, tha~t them parties
holding the line 'tvili be iiho6 with thd
sad fishermnan's luck.
We extond a coi-dik friition 69
onte and all to' nji and sed ts.
SUGENilEIntR & bROE$CIlELj
DRI. W. E. AIKENf
brudka, Nedeinee, Toilet (664 /
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