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wift be Inserted in our clirmns eoxop'
'Upon paynent of TEN ClN ri a line.
KW" Any person in thle County hav'ng
'knowledge of any alrouifslireco .f inl reat
occurring iii his ilghborhood will confor
A 'avor by furnis g inforhitialoh atthis
w. A DFinTi i31ENTi.
Notice-John Mobley, Sr.
tiberi~fSale~... V. Duvall-.
'i The oflicijlas are after delini
iuont poll-tax payers Wili a sharp
0: A Rain on Tueady niglit..
F .rumers report the ;rops ia Fairfield
uq generally doing well.
S ho Orirolices were well at
tenmed lnt Sbnday, the hot weather
to tihe conVrary 'not withstand ilig.
,0J ' Thll new Methodiht Church
Is learly comiplelte and w'il1 be ft
nent a.d corioduins edifiee.
7 Busincs in every branch is
as dull as we have ev'e'- se'en It. A
dollar bill looks as big as 'tile flag
Q- Since our int i'b seertl
fights have occurred. Foine f the
pugilists contriburtcd i small pittanx-e
to the town trcneurv.
0 4" Read thai itk in *ert'4l W
anoth, r column by Mr. Juo. Mobley,
ir. It is a-1 refreshing a't nomuunal in
these degenerate drys.
6 We retnrn thaiks for an 4invil,
tamon to the cnimncicemetit eereises
Of the Methedist Fenalo. College ini
Colaihia. It will hive us great
paleasure to attend.
0 Me-ars. J. t. Uiib.rt and H
M. Ford have succes.,lully r'eplaced
thre bail Iand arrow oi the town
clock, id now the old folks nre hap:.
7 'The fruti btrops in the Coun
ty are very fine. And oir jiuill is
alreardy iarjened to pulf the fine
speciiens (hat will undoubtedly be
aent to the oIlie'o.
0::Y Capt. E J. Neranns of liue k
head is agent for "Seward's Travels
Roaund the World."-The book was
noticed some tilne siace.
4-Oj Auditor B. F. Davidson, has
eenl qui ite ill with fever, but the
ph3sici. nts :think lie is Improving.
Ile will doubtless he up in time to
* pen the books flr na aessnrt.
Mi At at meeting (of the Town
C4 urneil yesterday, (\ionday,) Mr.
L-laa ette Potet, chief oI p , was
dismaissted and( Mir. W. B. (Iilt ert
elected in Iris steadl.
F0 4 Mr. R?. L~. Dann~enberg, of the
frmr of Danrnenberg & .Co., las gone
North to purbhase a '6v stock of
!goodls. The D)annenabergs sem to
mcana brusinessr, if it is "lip in a bail
0O4 If we maistrak'e not, the Grand
d ury, linst year, presented thre fermer
Board of County Commiasdioners for
maalfenannoo in oflic. As this seems
to he the proper time for trials we
lbopo tihe Solicitor will look into the
0 4 Our Biarss Baend is still im.*
proving. They have reccived seve
rail new pieces of very ible musin, and
are playing ramost to 'pcrfetiona.
Under such a loader as Cap1t. Chand
ber they are bound to srucoced. WVe
wvish theni succesP.
0 4 TownshIp No. B 'orgatiized a1
Union 'th It. Wade lies as lirosii.
dlent, T. S. l3rioe Seeofetary, and W.
Li. Ros~aborough, Tresura Messre,
Jno. S. D~ouglass anid Tihomasr S
Brico were appointed delegaites to
M7 Somao.t e cntlemin ai1
town ore coantemp, atting a private
baribecuae on thre "galorious Fourth.'
The oooking will be ini charge of Capt
LneFayetto P'oteet, the prince of cuisi
niers. Mr. 11. T.' Onuon is the corn.
raittee on itrvitratioii,
g~p Th'le oirops betweni ttms plilot
anid Col urnbia arc loing very badl
indeed. They are' very smrallh ft r thii
fleasoen of thre year, and if they don'i
iruprove very rapidly a groat aioin~
of the f'arifrerr betwechr ilei uad
Moserg' City will have to go into bank.
0 4 ,Niles G. .Parker , niis a bia
flugers at. the Grand Jury in Rich
land. W~dedost shra'Yth Grand
Juryg of h~g inqluiir into g! 3
thegl 00soToo artifi'tots..have. nol
bieen paid. :Dra 19~akdM1J1 put in
deoj.sttX'd r Mssiy n
money. Then let0tb4 Otddatg
for 1'9rte'? N~d 12 b knu1 dwre
B" MerDavis reporti
having ruinbei - IA 9J way Friday
with hail on his place, considerabl
injuring the cotton and corn. Fence
and water gaps were destroyed, a
th gne inklbn Sa rdl VC
>.ded Wir a AAA09. Aee
of Township 8 is called at Ridgewa;
Saturday June 20th.
DWYl Under the new law nuthorii
ing the Circuit 'Judges to lappolu
a board of equalization for each coun
ty, dudge Mackey, at last form o
court, appointed Mesars. T. W. Rabb
Sr., E. P. Nlubley apd Jno. 1). Suart
as the boord for F! ..rfield. This i
a veiny good s'e'tio'h, and we hop(
tt there' wfil hereafter be no onu-4
"Ouimp laint of t.xcessive appraiseimeut
( Oi Ifriday, Mr. Mliles, tho
icrod ing . . gobius of M r. U. A
White's btore near the post ofioe, fur
nished us with ilatetials for puffit
for several days. 116 has on han
5ome1 cigars whieb he sels for fiv(
cents, but which are equal to ma
tlhree-for.-quartersweeds. Call ut
giveothcm a trial.
jr The Chesier Reporter ha:
chaged hands. Mr. J. 0. iLadei
having bought th3 paper will toki
charge at in early day in connectioi
itit'h Mr. J. 11. luetanuun.';?'ho
Rtvporter is one of the best weeklie:
in the State. We wish the new firu
ill pros erity.
. Mr. R C. Shiver died in
Coluimbia on 1P idny morning, afte
a long and lingering illness. Mr
Shiver \vas born in Columbia, un<
'duribg tob war was OTe of'Ilamnptou'
mnottgallant scouts. Sineo the wai
lie has 1-cen extensively engaged it
tmerehandiving aid had the -larges
empotio'n ever eltab.lised in 'Co
g' Mr. 1I. T. Terrill is a prince
of livery stable keepers. Ile hams or
hand horses, carriages and buggiei
with which lie acommodites thc
travelibg publiO at remaikably ,,iber
al rates. A good stable is a greal
institution. \Vo d' ust that Mr. Ter.
iill will be induced to become a per
inanncut citizen of Winnvboro. %
are liapy. to receio 'at'l auch immi
y 'The Epise pal Churoh ha
beisn furnished with beautiful obant
'deliers from th'o proceeds of th
F.te held oioe timUe bilce, Service
were held on Sandal night W'fo're <
All peirsoos edntdulbating to th<
success of the Kic now hav6 thei
lih a Ithining as a testimoby to theil
I t- We received an insitatibb tt
the.. ma inge of Pri Peye Thomei
in J, fieraen, rT.; Dr. 'Thoias il
a young F. irlielian, but severs
years since cast his let in the Lon<
Star State. His stces has beeh
crowned by hisleading, e, thu. a~tal
one of .lnero' fairest daughters
Iehas~ our best iihes for his wel
~ .Sunday night, as Pr. W; E
Aiken was returning from churcb, h<
saw lyin~g its the street what hotgu
posed, in the starlight, td be a lndy'i
belt. Tlouchitig ih with his foot,i
proved to be a snalie) which coile<
and struck at him several times. 11
killed it., and it proved to be dt high
latnd moccasin, at least two feet lorg
Sevei'b persons had padsed Ovet- it..
A number of deaths have occurret
lately from snake bites.
Mtr We return warmest thanks t
the Atlanta Constitutlqnyfgr go invi
tation to an editorial bang tot givei
in that' dity n neerio/
Mokutlountain. Th btill of far,
doelid na'kte ah fnothoito ratenous.'.
We regret extreinely thangie~its
prevents our accepting the- prof'ere:
The Constitution ifs donned ano
lund handsome dress -and is mnuch im
proted. It is a fiifst alnsliddIly.
\fr e (ruot that nil' toiijshi
still without Unions' will organii
inedigtegj TTh fir~t fdn'day ii
July is near at'land, and we shodub
~h gpgitg rcqgud, s.,Wa knuow
that Un aions have organized in tonn
ships, two,Itftdreh ast iflt, an<
twelve. Ten and eleven were t<
hWte 6tganItted' ltweek, tind ao'ei
and nju Wi (korganizo next tu rday
Wai Ifa nothahrd from the ^et?~s
We presume they--have -done--theil
of the chi f'. eeasio,
1was the pr r flfteea
ladies who tool'adf-a eart ift th<
rG(range with an excellent ditmner
Iconvenient ,to.tfisitM Ridgeway 01
RTURN o - T-HE PIIoDIOAL.
lesars. .J. b. 'Mcarley and Goo.
U. Bacot have just returned from a
trip to North Carolina, whoro thoy
had been reeuperatwng their delicat6
health. They speak in the highest
terms of ttom "old N1orth State,"
especial-y 'Charlottc, Whiob is des'.
tineA to be the "'Queen 'tity," o'
N rth Carolina. * 'hese genti'onen
bike inprg'veda w'-q*J erfuly, and we
hope they will live long atud pI'osper.'
r - fol. Rioi has returned frota
Colu'nibia', at ulich place he wat
arguing the mandanus cate before
B the Supreme Court. The Citezon'A
Savings Bank som6 time ago advancs
ed money otn notes giien by Parker.
The Legislature authorized Cardoza
i tp give. certifloates of indebtedness
fur thern. Cardoza refused, alleging
the at unconstittional. The credi
tors apiie a for a teAnaamue. ThU
Court reserved its decision.
Capts. Jones and W itherspoon, or
our sister burg, Rock Hill, paid a
f1ibing visit to Winnsboro the othet'
day. They were in the lest of health
aid spirits. Who canl say that Itcck
Hill is not a h1althy city ? In this
uonnection we append a local of the
Rockl Hill Grange 3:
LoNcvrI.-Dr. I. IT. Hope in.
forats us that ie is at present visiting
five patients whose total age amnounts
i to 412 years, being an average of 82
2-5 years for ealh of them. One of
themst at the advanced age of 77 had
three children, all born to hilin at one
birth. They are all living, being now
teveiral years old,
At the last srheeting of the Presby.
I torian church in this place three
peisons S.-t together whose total ago
amounted to 248 years. This speaks
well or the health of Itook 1lit and
Vieiiity though some will insist thai
the place is sickly. *t confess W
lake such sicknes., ourself as it seems
to be the kind that does not kill.
6 Wo learn that "Ret,." John
hIowell, a colored Exhorter at Ridge
way who calls hinitolf "old time Radi.
cal John" is preaching high tattitiot
so that the lands will be inade cheap
entough. for colored folks to buy.
Jln has been doing his best for
six 3ears to tax land holders to death
so as to bring down lands- but he
hasn't gut then low enough yet for
him to buy any. And he never will.
Ak lands go down his pile of change.
will gtn amller, and he will liave to
stick to well digging ao proaching.
Wae w somno colored men sold out
at the tax sale, but we did not see
any buy. The rich men bought in
thu land, and so they will conitinuid
to do. The poor men are being
continually "froze out." We hope
the colored people wont be fooled by
q ny buch stupid tulk as this. John
ought to be presented before the
Grand Jury for conspiracy under the
Ileconstruction acts. lie is conapiring
with hais adherents against the piroper
ty of citisers) one; of their umust, sacreud
Of An ianterestinig correspondence
has taker. place between dudge TV.
'J. Mackey and Sheriff Yocomn
df Chester. Sheriff Yocom wrote to
Judge Mlachey that lie could get no
motiey' rfroth the' Coun by Cou mn is.
taioirr and; thut be ba strained
is pi ste credit in'asipplying pri..
onters with food; that there wcere two
prisoner's confined, Ile called Ihis
Ihonor's attention to this fact.
Judge Mlackey replied that ho re
grotted the embharrarssment of the
sheriff, but tat if there wero no
fuinds in the treasury' ho Itns writhout
.a re medy by snuni ary pi-ocec-h. lie
suggested thtat a lien be given on
the crop of the County farma by the
C~omminsic,beils.1 The d.omrtitalohers
had ofliaially informed iJudgo M~ackey
thtlr .Yoeunm ptesented. an ac*
count lor %355 and refused to take
$200 in part, pnament. Tie County
t'rgp~urer a ~l9 t'oitifsp~ t~int heo had
already p aid the the alierilf $2,342,
25, neatly one fifth of the who tax
Ifoi~nty ;irp'he, dfid friord tilan
double the acouint ever drawn be
fore ing one y ear ;this too, in face of
bhfl' fan that 16' Januai'y thdfd wds
not a pa ikotler in jail or a ci iminatl
caso0 On diocket. TVheJudgd howevea
authot ized the remnoval of ote pa is.
y99jo orkJail, and. the' re-lease
of i1teof~brkwoe wvilhin'five dlays
oif b t'Ite ofi 'telonso, tinless the
jthildb'b'ud j/rhifde for her
Sheriff Yopom repl~ied denyinj that
filhaid heu:1i fered 5~200 atndolalm.'
e d that the same ifluecs ubhich
had. /s6 Ia liept iih oist of his
mo)neyt wert still at work.
lie claimas that he~ has rectipt4 for
alot 0 thain the bills he presenatedl to
Ithte (Jommiasioners. lIe claims to hte
sorved umoro state papers ini a year
thaqha b4 0,6prve4 b'lore iii twen
t y rfoalso Llie~s d.thit r o. lhave
boeen more prisoners in Ch eteI Jail
this It &,isro alny two .-a'
Supshot of the mnatter.
r o. 8.-Pursuaant to the
qall of the egm ptto~e, .t riootppg tf
e ataxpysofs toewnship -Nof. 8 was
2 , pt,.i. dtpaunds was called
requef Cet act as secretarv~
,%ir. It S. Desportes submitted t
the o6nsidera'tlon of tto me'btig lth
Constitntion pr-iiided foet t3owonbhi
unions ; and sustained his position i
the following reniarks:
"Mr. Chairman '
We wish to organiza, under tb
call of the TuxyayOeta eon'vAntlon,
Tax Union tor troati$ No. -.
All unions are intended to cokinen
tra'te str-ength Opoli weak point.
to th'o pthentionA of ifad' and in)
positiotns ; atid the salielft point thi
Conservatives- inenn tte h'6nes
aon of nil partie4 Ali' 'f all colors
noW M i6h to sti'uncgbeil and defeud, i
that point. whioh is, in tat, the few
acres we have left i the beauty hoar<
Of dollars w'o have remnaiii ng, ahe
paying ft- the extravoganoe of thi
h1arpies whom ignoranve, wield'ed h
ortfll dditgeraij has plad. iM rdya
robes over us.
Tle T xpayers' Convention-al
though the coinnittee Who pteiule<
the mmoinial were inspulite:y receiv
ed by G-neral Gr.ant --hts proved v
gront success ; and with enoh issul
of dur Northeri journals, both It
publioan and otherwilto. we notici
with f lleasure over whlitnilng eviden
Cee Of this cheering foot.
We failed to reoh til e d.-tiv4
henit., but the great heart of the lit
tion haft been touched by the con
plaiitat of the taxpayers and a nos
era is i eing natitded. 'he old feel
ing of deadly animosity for the Souul
and Southeraers is' rapidly yielding
to im. st friendly lutercourse. Thi
zacred dead, bot~h the b ue and tht
giay, who gaiv" their life's lodd fo
what they deopmd to be right, lie; It
anaiy inhaondeA; in identical tdrritori.
al graves; and from the same tre<
imemo morial bloosi are gathered t(
decorate their no longer forgottet
A nothit eause for Iohgrittlblation,
M r. Chnii man, is that our judielarj
i- taking up the cry of reform. The
stiong a im of the law is (at last inter
posing for the rigt, and vi'e men art
behing hurled from their faBoes to re.
pent in folons cells I
To Ju1dge T. J. 1ackey, we, the
Cunservativos, the honest men of our
prostrate State, are indebted for the
bold und heroic stand lie has made
against (ontenipt and fraud ; - and
wlIth uncovered heads we extend. tu
him the gratitude of the down trod
den taipayets of our commonwealth,
Then, Mr. Chaiman, the press of
the Neath, sustained by the honest
elemerit of the namu seotion, our owti
judiciary and thti occUsional-oropping
out of honest sentiment in the raika
of the dominant party, give us great
hop3 for tho future. All that we
need in otiterprise and firnes
a mong the better class of oltr citizens,
Let us throw away apathy-no longea
say that nothing Can bd hehieved by
labor in tho political fiqld.
Eve-ything points.t.o the, piegint
Bury thb dead Issues of.the past ; wc
are no ldonger Deinocra!t, we are gping
wi'h the henost Republioans.' We du
not ank them to come with us, but.we
are gt.ing with them, and - will. -n.
deavor to dircut the unlettered among
then by as.ociation and enaomple tt
the peaceful havetn which is evel
:awarded to the gdod and thei true.
I trust; Mr; Chairmln, this move,
mcit wil'. be a success, tild that bact
mnemiber will coneider himself ai corn
itteo of one to canvans his n:eighbor,
hocod and urge lii.- hlkewarth friendi
ot al/ color* to ihoto to the front and
asert their rights as freemen. -W
will then hav'e ar our reward, hon
faxes and tan honest adminIstration of
G overinent a"
The const ittitida was adopthd, and
the remarks of the spouker were
adopted as the sentinaeilt of the
The union then went inito an elec.
tion for oflicers with the following re.
salt :Capt H. Ediinnds, President:
E. Palmer Davis; 8etiretary ;IR. 8
On motion of (l. 13. 1!. NIkidn,.the
union went into nii election for dele.
gates to the Coty Union. (Odi II,
C. Dasvis and Mt-. R. 8. Despott
were nominated. Col. Dtil de
elined, and notlinated Col, 13. lIt
Elkin instead: IMr; Desprites and
(Iol. Elkirn were thien utianianously
Col. Davis offered tle follo~ing
R~esolcd. That evdry mnluer of
the union shdiI fel ht Iiuisdbent
tipori himself ed otitain ever'y oitiden
oft' e town~aip as a nioembef- of thiu
union. Adopted tunsnimouslf.
TIh6 hnion then adj urriod subject it
thd call of the Presrden.
E. PAi.aitngt DAWra, 8ee'y.
A NY one ldyliig olii gdia t mewi
12 y virine ofu'syndry exectiorAs lb mt
Jdiireced I wfil biler fdr sate 1o ihn
highiest iddler heoo the edftt-t Hoff.
door' in Witnsboro, on the firat Monda~
in .Jity-stgirl Within ihp legal fiouii o
saieji~ iffel Nil,' pfrt Hegy e t pt7 ' ot
nil naecer-sary papiers,. tha following de
scribed property. to wit
1, that piece, parcel or, tract. of l
lyi heing and4ffit in Iie ootanty 4
Fa aeld nd tate of S9outh Caroll a
tainingdirtee huutdred aores', '$e e'
less, being part of ft tradt or lsti odret
by John Entzminger', fjve miles from Doko
an! oiid~g lanmad. of F1 iIfnaismger, k6i
A tth'er tt'aot in fluae counfy ndU ftMfi
aforesaid, codiiilng e1ight) fOvb afres
mnora or h.ons, belnit pat of at traeoo't lant
owned by Miss Jatio BoyleA, d41sed
lyin ohp waer. of Cedar Oreek, adjolning
and t hmer
At m tm ad Stat.
ufh~eW-six aee, be i rt
of atract o lando b. -1644. ut sli
ger. five btlfl0 *on Dot6, So 1Iiag land.
of Dailelt ils0, F. R'A a G1 ert
A'oiher 61101 i-4 4 &) k Si 1'tate
ahfrosifd. containIn. twe6 f4our aeres,
more or loss, being part of a et!t 'f pd
owned by .. V. Pteiart o* TwebgJ.Ie
miro Crek. ady laA If an.e9
Coope. . .s. Perry and otller'.
Anothe Waet In the oo tity sad 4tat'i
aforesaid.'ohbLthiVah sent kcre, more
or les-. b g g4it f a 131M. of laud
owned y rs. 1.V. CrU on the
htg ha 6s1i1 of thie oad l from
dladney's Ford to Montleeli\ 'holnil
lhnand D. It. Kirkland, Oeotge s%444- an
IPlierA. Levied upon as i hc44 1ty of
r . lev oat the suit of A . ho.
Cants ?gailist J. S. SteaVV
All that pieco. parcel or trtot of 14"A,
lyitan. being anil situati In the co'nty of
rt?,fledt iWt Aate of South Carolina, con.
thing three in .1ree acres, lMore or less,
nid bosanded lati4s pf W. W.T*itiy North.
bay lads pf Mrs. M. M. vie., Xst, F
land& of '19. ME' 1 in dinrd9 Souti
mw b.y Il6ndii i'f .. It. Niaull'6#. It
11 # t. Levied 'prn as the nroperl
di.Mi. M. Wntson, at the suit of Edwar
P1ol1rd against M, M. Watson.
f. W. i1VAt1 V
thirii's# Mtae. F.U1
Wia'nsih.ro'. 13. C,
June 11, 18'
rIIH trustees of the variou townships
. nre hereby ordered to call a n eting
of tits citizens of their respectivq llbwn.
ships on the 4th 'of Satarday In 'dft to
raid upon tile question of local 4e oI
jaih.0 16 -hM 11hmltixaissionet.
Pr. Isalinh SIipsb~i,
RESPEC1FULLY . ipforms
the citizens and publie gener
- ally that he is new in Wifne.
boro, professinally, and will-rentiain statil
the 20th h.. Those wishing his services
will diuern themselves aocordingly.
M. S HANCKEL 7l.Di.
.W I L visit Winanboro Tueoday June
ttiah'a'ntf will be found a( the tenil
denoo of Capt Bacot until the 20tfi last.
Dr. I. will continue his visite to Wines
A 16L partits irhd ar Indebited to f14d#
& Co. for Obanos purchased of
alem this season will please call at m#
office and settle foi thke same by Noti.
may 12-1m Agent.
Winsbpro odge o. 11, A.*
RytouAx (!qottMtvi ddiep wit be %eld
ita'MgioniOi1Jit ori T lire *y'eti.
ingl nett. t6th idet.; a'tS o'61lok.
By order of i eW. M.
jnfie 13 J, . SQUIER, Seeretary.
AJ. T. iV. Woodward President df
. the Stato Aorietiltitalhnd oebihai,
Cot. Jam, ii. Rlion;
Capt. Jam. P. Motie.
'apt-t. Jan, lienty,
Dr. T. T&. lRobtrtsona.
8. Wolfe. Eaq.
Joel A. Copes, g.a
And mnany others have iie "EolN se
Steam Washer" used tf'r tlagli' fra lij
washain g and commend it to the pqblie.
I i Cotnpancra CIgathl.
1000 Cheroosts Cigars.
feb 14 U. 0.DIESPonTE8 & C.
LLU persons indebted to the late firwd
of DE~t'ORTES & WILLIAMS, will
fin lft to their intereult~ settle at onge
or tieir .neouqis dlii Iflas in the
hanti, of ?ff aiitorbey tkoi Fuhlate EYI.
jun a 16 UtSPORTII8 & Wi~LiAMS8.
. FliSh CANDI|8,
~ 0LDS, Athr see Cafld? dtlso41i.
60" 0 Pdtt, a if
'U, (. Desportes k (W&
A RT IJA iLIitY,
IIAVINO ref urned tob II sliott i lmq I
am no'w prejmi'ed lb $bt up 95
tYorytypes slid tyelgid!eh:
?4ie is ouat tibn.
cived and for sale at the Drug Store at 1$.
14 and 15 Gents p'bt Wb., .
Eimeroan Po'tasii. Cduoedtested 1lie, Rab.
This last is put Op U, soiuble es,
which Are 0?rpm diholfed 1a tIle ~I1g
vessed, t sib'sp-an lIdg Thai. sd the
trbble of Apeitg 66u.. FVo' t
thd Art d otfu5 woIeth flefg, '
all bille not then paid wilbe e e.
tn.uth atlt ie'6 pa#4,1 (27i rue I1b'
atriotl a di .e~ Al a de5 are .ao
wa2 t k.DrNT.
No 64 IO A(,.o ,1
r-'- i g d'*/
41 i '. eaS
".. Vaon ian fart.
2 bbs. of EB.ti.g and 1'ipn'ing Pt1 .
e*ur, all of which wi b'o sold
'LOW O ok81
R ITH 'wii Eeiall-A4n' nr ,stubbor4
thinge ad will,74t \e'r eI"al--To so
tust, be to be)leq-uf tild.nys of pro
rem., steam has become tho great motive
nd labor saving power of I he Igo. ii alt
adustrial end manerne't 'rIng pursAiti
nd departmentis-WVhy all IA not everly
a' y tavea gi fu ilie
,. e "cl pen t'e~n no ,"fa'et h
ot. .l t does not occupy plhe spce oron
quaro foot and is adaptable to pny aeve
soiler or round pot, in which water enn be
Aolled ; and with it one woman can (
that is ordinarily regarded a otny's wash b1
roM two three hour#. A chikd, twelve
ears old dia u'it, mald" i~ (oko
'411 -~,. Ia ok off;b
ro*n woimAn.1. ono Dalf the. Itne, and ro
ard:t he labor of using it only. a past lioe
Whiwshxing has ceased to beo tt-dious
r i ,tibt9, and "u Aondhy" hap
eased to be a tiny of con'fulos and hor
or, because with litle or no labor two or
bree hours suffio to do I day's wasIL
rithout ecrubbing, wearingor tearing tho
lqtheq, breaking buttons.Jo.
Time, lab or, mnoney, ant mat erial all nr
reelous-qeonomy Is widom and it s frnits
ealthiwoalt and.happipes-Look then 19
conolay in *ashing, aid savo your clothes
o wear four times as long ais -whnn wash
d by the hand r.nd board. b'y b'uyIng nn4
tsing the "Eclipse Stean Wisiher," whic4l
ombined wit I that very at tractivo ami
Lnsurpassed "Eurek* Wrinilet'r" consti
Utes a. boinalete and perfect washer.
ivery (Ainkly pnd washer-wonan shouli
ud cn have it 0'n4 go gensibiq washer.
roman who has at heart th'o interest of
er patrons will oppose its us
The'sEclipsp" is sitnp!e in consiruelloti
oientitio in yrl'ncij'le, 'e0ct1io iln wok
,hd will ush the finest or 6onriest fabrica
sore itsqfqt'orily than by hand, in fronj
fteen to twenty ,itl'ule's. 'r6'co but foul
lollars-Will be for sal ti *a few days
onger at R. bl. DbNLA Y'E.
lere it Comes!
i dar lioad hsy ue' Arrived
2 Car Loads orn J in lu,
i Car L'oad1 Meal iirriving i~o da&:
u 6LDi 0t LON' n bish
BIEATY & 1311,
l'1.dsh Uoitcdti 4ori, 5tdfallI
r, flull's .AligtstrL Floui'; TIen
eosse. Flour; Pearl Gist, No.
3; &; Bacon pides, Sdgars and
'resh d1it~id o Cales; F~resl
Jahdy'; asortsd; Lard adid Salty
soap Candils, and Astarchi
lice; Pidkles ajid .,Can nedI
koods, for saJQ 130 W F1/1.3
7l'B ASII bg
jul'o 19 Agent.
me u'. G0uDUa
oustif#U on han'd l brses sqid tules feor
o' artes i.an of Food stook wil!
have also opened * . Ir'lagc, k ggy,
ad Waggon Factory. AtI work neatly
seouted and wiOrdote4. 1I'o me a call
' A. P. 00?OOiG
AN eleganlt1loopBoof.e nap $8%oes g
t1 eesOivid7 i as on.
0 0 M E
Will elose out their shuW'
stock of Spring Goods at less
than GOST'. Consisting of
Bopts and Slioesj
,4nd Cap c
n bliqid mAany articles
too numerous to mentiQn. Call
and see for yourselfi W6 inidan
what we say, Don't forget
Dannenberg & Co.
OINg lot of 'resh .aroo'eri., just
receaved by John D. hjcC~tlr.,$- eOU8Wiig
sf2 Crates Cabbage .o
2 "Sat lerrinh,
2 bbls. No ,. ackerel,
2 bblg. No. 2 4 e
6 desen Hits d. 1) 2 did 8)
Also a lot of Culdonied Cod Fish fo0
Fismilly use, whiohC5 can reoo'nmend from
u2 erience. Co f6 and eOgar of a l
nradha, La. , DdoA h afi Htin N. C.
Ifountain Bl e'! Liteese dhd Craoket-s. of
all kiud biea, Fldifilly and Flour of tho
best Alit Canned Goods of all
kind, dyslers, Canned Penches and Pine
Apples, Tornato.. Catsup, Sardines, and
Amerilean Club Fluh. Everythin~ that oani
be lad an a first obs. drocer a lab a.
1e oof a TL o 000
Vta doistant di l 0 hult
Itye. Nelso .ietuiyRe at, can
lot be exqellbd. Comne ind try or your.
metves and 1b your own judge.
in out Dv Departnen Fresh
Beples of M4inw Perf~inery,
8 e, ate . e6sostain
whiob we s6* have Dmes t.:sj
75 et ovle New Pipbed1 Wtgestate
deAsf*N & MIGe