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FAIRFIELD HERALD
R. M'ANS PAVIS, editor,
Wednegday MRothblg, October $7, 1876.
diblio opinion having compelled
President Grant to kick Delano out
of his cabinet, he has appointed that
ring-tailed-roarer Zack Chandler in
his stead. This is swapping the
devil for a witch. Chandler became
so odious as a United ' Statos Sona
tor that he was stranded by the
tidal wave last November. But he
was an ardent third termer and was
too useful in Washington as a wire
puller to be loft rusticating in
Michigan. He is a pretty sort of
follow to reform Indian abuses.
When Bristow and Pierrepont were
placeod in the cabinet it was hoped
that Grant had made a now depart
ure, but it seems his repentance was
only the repentance of a man ap.
parently on his death-bed. and the
Ohio election having given him hope
of longer life he has returned to his
old ways. It is difficult to say
whether Democratic demagogues or
a radical president can make the
worse blunders.
A Glimmuoring of More Ito
form.
On Saturday, Judge Carpenter,
on motion of Chamberlain, Molton
& Wingato, attorneys, issued the
following order in the Solomon
Bank case.
."On hearing the report of Thomas
C. Dunn, Esq., receiver of tlio prop
orty and offocts of the South Caroli
na bank and trust company, and on
motion of Messrs. Melton, Chamber
lain & Wingate, attorneys for re
coiver, it is ordored : 1. That the
report be file(d, approved and (:on
firmod ; and it is further ordered:
2. 'T'hat the said Thomas C. Dunn,
as such receiver, be, and ho is here
by authorized and directed to con
menco and prosecuto such actions
as may be deemed nocessary, and in
such form as counsel may adviso, to
enforce payment of the choses in
action in the possession of the said
receiver, and included in exhibit A,
filed with the said report ; and that
such actions ho brought and
prosecuted in the name of the said
"the South Carolina hank and trust
company," as plaintiff and it is
further ordered : 3. Thzat the said
IThomas C. Duun, as such receiver,
be, and he is hereby, a<ut.orizoel and
dirocted to conunence and prose
cute, in the court of comnmon pleas
for Richland county aforesaid, and
in such forn as counsel may ad
vsone or imoro actions against the
said Hardy Solomuon, to recover thme
;fmount of mnoney bl~onginig to the
said "the South Carolina bank andl
trust company," alleged to have
been illegally paid to and appointed
by the said H ardy Solomon m the
purchase and retirement of the stock
of the said 'orp~oration, asn set forth
in the said rep~ort ; and the amount
of moniey belonlging to the said cor
pioration, alleged to have been ille
gally p~aid out by the said Hardy
Solomon, whilst acting as president
of thme corporation, and charged to
account of legislativoe exp~en ses, as
stated in the said report ; and that
such action or actions be brought in
the names of the said( "the South Caro
lina b~ank and trust company" and
the saidl Thomas C. Dunn, such re
ceivor, and it is further ordered :4.
That the said Thomas C. Dunn, as
such receivoer, have leave to apply to
this court, in term or at chambers,
from time to time, for such further
orders and directions as lhe may be
adivilsed are necessary n rpri
the p)remises." yanpreri
By this it appears that Mr. Dunn
is at last prepared to move in the
bank matter. The bank failed in
July, and he was immnediately ap
pointed receiver, but made no ex
hibit of the status of the bank until
recently, and not , until 't'ronourer'
Cardoza had written several caustic
letters on the subject, and several
newspapers had ventilated the fraud
pretty thoroughly. For thoe sake
of Mr. Dann we wish lie had beem
more prompt, as his action at thil
dalto is open)1 to the criticismi that
he may have been forced into it4 by
public opinion. But better late that
never. And we hope, that, having at
last begun he will now move vigor.
ously. We would be much encour,
aged however if we thought Uhort
would be any chance of making th<
bank owners disgorge. But mone3
now-a-days it seems Is very hard tc
find after judgment is obtajned.
We trust this may not prove an
empty victory. Not only do wt
wish it to be fully determuined hon
thes money was embezzled, but wt
wish to see the money itself ro
turned to the Stato. The p)oople arc
weary of p~aying taxes only to find
moats c al h
may prove only a flittino apnrora
borealis instead of a veritabde''di I
However we shall aid the Comptrol
ler-Genoral audi tho Attoriey-Goi
er l by every'mealus In' oir ' powof.\
Let themaproceed tror ,t.ng
Thle Iudepwndent Voter.
Never perhaps in the history of
America havo party ties been so
weak as they are at preoent;
Wherever the nasses are intelligent
and well educated and able to
think for themselves the cracking.
of the party lash is not hooded.
The fact is that partyisin has' boon
run into the ground. Dishonest
and corrupt men, by packol con;
ventioha, have heretofore gained the
nominations, and have been elected'
solely on account of party afiliation.,
These officials have so corrupted
the government, that every energy
is prostrated, and this great re
union with all its Mnagnificent re
sources has boon brought to the
verge of bankruptcy. In conse
quence, there is an earnest purpose
on the part of thinking honest men
to purify politics ; and to accom
plish this result party tics are
thrown off, and the best mon are
supportod. The army of inclepend
cut voters is rapidly increasing, and is
already able to dictato nominations.
The tidal wave of last November
which loft old rotton political hulck
stranded all along the beach has
taught politicians the necessity
of building their platforms on a
higher plano and of choosing candi
dates whose houses are "buildod on
a rock."
The republicans laat year nomi
natod corrupt men, and saw their
party disastrously defeated. This
year the democratic wire pullers of
Ohio made a platform of claptrap,
when they could have prosented a
thoroughly sound one. Domocrats
and liberal ropullicans deserted Choir
allies and joined the relllblicans
because their platform was the
lessor of two evils. The democrats
of Ohio hayo been taught ia useful
lossop. When they next organize
a campaign they will remembor the
live thousand nmajority they gave
Hayes by their own time-serving
policy.
Both parties in Now York State
recognizing the power of the in
dependent voter havo notiinated
the host mien who could b found.
The indepondent voter thus having
been assured that the election of
either ticket will result in a good
administration is enabled to take
party afiliation into account, and
to vote according to political prefer
ence. But it appears that in Now
York city the democrats have
learned nothing yet. The city is
ruled by the democracy, thme
democracy by Tanunany Hall and
Tamumany Hall by Boss John Kelly.
Kolley hais heretofore followed the
role of reformer, and succeeded in
oblliteralting many of the muemories of
the Twood Ring. But success has
made him arroganlt andl he p~rop~oses
to rule thme city like an autocrat. In
the recent convention lhe dictated all
tihe nomliinations and beheaded sev
eral officials. Among (thmese, was
Recorder Hackett, who, as judge
of the criminal court of the city,
has won the respet of all good
citizens and become a terror to
such villains. Keley as if to
apologize for his conduct in secur
ing tlie defeat of Hackett, preferred
certain charges against him which
the non-partizan papers denounce a
false.
The action of Kelley caused dis
satisfaction. The rep~ubbe ans and
the independent democrats re-nomi
nlated1 this upright judlge, and all
the papers except the Wo(rl and1
the TIri/nune fav'or his re-election.
Phelps, rep~ublican, has hoen re-nomi -
inated for city Attorney. It is said
that the people regardless of party
will rally around1 Phelps and
Hackett and elect them, as thley
'olected Gen. Patrick Jonos last your
in opposition to the regular Tam
many candidate, Jemimy Hayes, the
henehman of Morrissey.
In Massachusetts also the inde1
pendent voter will figure largely
in tihe election, and Governor Gas
ton may be re-elected. In other
States, there is a wide spread re
bellion against party dictation. Wye
trust and believe that the result
of this political indopendentce will
be a thorough p~urification of the
National and State governments.
This conslummaion is devoutly
wished by every honest votor.
A Faumd.
The News <( CJourier uncnatI s
what appears to be another glar inng
fraud nprnate4on- th pub..
'o heepower of dictating the
exV&o t6 ied iWiho sch bis..
All the standard works have boon
l telyt t rcw a 'dv Idglow sores
ifitroiu ( 'd, of -u h " aOthing? is
4 1QWM.89 gig said to be
the workp of J. D. Robertsoi,,a
cah fi luutggi'er of the "deopost dye
in all that the namo implies. The
way:in which the thing was worked
is shown in the following extract
from a Now York letter to the
Nptw ,c& Courier. Aftci montioning
that 1obrtou went North s omo
time since, the letter says :
THE PLAN OF OP.RATIONS.
Ho proposed in "behalf of the
State to shake a contract with Ouch
hofed as would join him, by which
the State would be bound for ton
years to .the ado)tion of such of
thio books as the comnission
should select. The consideration
for this )Vas that - these houses
should appoint his brother-in law as
the solo distributing agent for
theh: publications, and that a central
dot should be established say at
Columbia, in charge of this brother
in law where the books should be
dent on commission, and that the
brother in-law should got a percent
Age on all the books distributed
from this depository. Robertson
himself said lie should be elected
State superintendent of education
at the next election, and that' he
would.then use the influence of his
oflico toforce the books into the
schools. In this veryboled and im
pudent schoue lie (lid not succeed
as well as he expected. Ho found
that the large houses, whom lie
supposed would be cager to jump
at his bait, spurned hill and his
proposition, and so he returned
home much disconfited I.
It was not long, however, before
an idea struck him which ho ovident
ly to be
A HAPPY THOUOHT,
and so lio wrote a letter to a moii
ber of tho well known publishing
house of Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor
& Co., in which he showed his hand
unmistakably. 'T'his firm is one of
the largest educational publishing
houses in the country, and Robert
son mado a bold dash for their safe.
Hero is what he srays in his lette.i,
which was written just before the
meeting of the coilmnission :
'ri ComNiIrE'rlAr. NOTE.
"Of course all lniy coimimunications
must bo deomled don/rldenrtiatl, so that
t iaty write freely to you. If so.
infomn me, an( thou I can tell you
what stops are taken in the board
of conuimssioners from time to time.
Tho interest of your house will not
suffer in t(hiis matter, so long as left
to me, and one attorney insice the
cOn)lnission Zwiss l w'n-th half' a
dozen outside."
Now the impudenceo of this letter
is most refreshin . The gentleman
to whom it was addiressod is not in
the habit of receiving such confiden
tial letters, and so 'lie made no
reply to it whatevor, but most cheer
fully laid it before your correspond
ont. I necglectedl to say that on his
visit to New York, ailro:Idly referred
to, Robertson madoi great profess
ions of friendship for the house of
Ivison & Co., oni the score that both
Mr. Ivisonu and himself are Scotch
muon, but Mr. Ivison detrmimd ait
onco to haivc nothing whatever to do
with him.:
Till' nurnifEuY FUND.
It was on thnis occasion also that
he stated to thme mana'gor of the
iroductory dlepartmenit of one of
the school boo0k houses he waIs visit
ing that it would b)o necossary for
hmii to have fire hundred or a thou
sand dollars to bribe his colored
co~ leagues on the commission, and1
when it was suggested to him that
possibly Mr. .R. B. Elliott, the
spea~ker of the House, might use
hi influence for the hooks repro
senited by this manager, &c., out of
regard for old netpinintanco sake,
Robertson rolhied that "not a word
must he said to Elliott on the sub
jet, b)ecause if he heard of the
movement he would up~set it unless
he got,
THrE LION'S SHAnE
of the money in the job." Of the
principal books recommended by
the StaIto Board in 1370, Messrs.
Ivisonl & Co's. "Mandl~ers Roamdors,"
Mess Apploni & Co's. "Cornells
GJeographi es," aind PMoIssrs. Barnos
& Co's. "Da.vies' Arithmueties," have
beeon displaced by the prOeent comf
niu~Smon and books suibstituited, with
01n0 excep~tion, that are hardly
known outside of the house fromn
which they emanatoe. Neither of
tihe abovo named firms met the
"ves"ojr. Robjertsort, and so
thi oks are ignored almost
wholly. WV hat infl uences the houses
used whoyo books are adopted are
ni.t applarenut, but unddr the circum
stances there can lbe but one opinion
on the subject.
ii UMENE AL.
MARluED--u,. Chester, 8. C., Wed
nesday night, October, 20th, at the
Presbytorian (Church, by the Roev.
A. Flynn D)ickon, iHE~ny N.
OnE~un, E~sq., of Winnsboro 8. 0.,
to EumcE, -daightor of Mr.
E7 t. Harris, of Chester. No cards.
A&ILBERAL dhiscounmt will be allowewa
d3. to all pairtica paying -their Guiano
ills before the 1st November next. Cotton
ko at dAtket pie in .a menit.
WINEIMORO , MARKET REPORT.
BEATY, BRO., & S6N.
C DA,; Oct. 2p,
cd o -i C; I'~l ' #k 640 1 o
at prices ranging fom U(13
P'rioes;ttlay. . lb .19 12
UAOoINO-Stan ara, Domuestlo
arnd . orneo yd. . a17}
TIES -Now Arrow I lb -j
BACoN-Shoulders "9 17
O R Bides " 1
Bulk Shoulders "11
Bulk C it Sides " " I
HAMd--S C Canvassed ' " 18
LUn-'' '' 20
C.Nnrys-Adinanntino " set 18 !25
UovyjuE-O (I Java " lb 38(40
' Rio " " 26 28
ScoAn--Crushed and
Pow'dered '- "4 15
Granulated - " " 18@,14
C Yellow and
Extra 0 White " " 11?13
N 0 Clarified " " 12()4
MOLAsEA-N 0 ' - " gl. 90(100
Demarara "' . 8(( '85
Muscovado " " 6I,75
iyrnp " " 450
KEnROSENE- " " 35
Rtwm-Carolina " lb 11 (12
CORN- " bu. 7.15
MEAL-Bolted " " 1.20
OATH-- " " 7680
FLoUR-Super '' sack 8.75@4.00
Family " " 4.25
Choice Family " " 4.75
SALT- " " 2.00
iLS- " keg 5.50@7.00
,N- bunl. 1.50
SIIEIlIFF'S SALE.
~ . Y virtue of an execution to Inc direct
ed, I will offer for sale before the
court house door in Winnsboro on the 1st
Monday in November next within the
legal hours of iale to the highest bidder,
the following described property to wit:
All that plantaltionor tract of laint contain
ing 11 acres, more or less, and bounde,
by lands of estate of Itichard Flanagan
.1 ohn Easier, Craton Williams, and others
at the suit of D. H. Ruti, against Joseph
Lauhon. Terns cash.
S. W. TiFF,
Woct 12--tlx2 S. F. C.
heritTs Ofice,
innsboro, '%. C.
Oct. 'Jth, 1875.
811er'iff''s Falo
STATE OF S oUr CAnOLINA,
COUNTY OF FAInOmF-:,
8. 13. Clowney, as Clerk of Court, vs. Mary
E. Myers.
TN pursuance of an order of the Court of
. Common Pleas made in the above en
titled action, I will oler for sale before the
court houso door in Winnsboro on the lst
Monday in November next, within the le
gal hoursof sale, to tfe highest bidder the
following described property to wit : All
that plantation or tract of land containing
eight hundred and seventy acres as pre
sented on a plat of rssurvey made by R. II
Robertson, D. 8., on the 5th day of Octo
ber, A. D. 18619, of the lands belonging to
the estate of N. A. Pay, deceased, kn o w
as the "''and Hill place." Terms of sale
One-half of the purchase money to be
paid in cash : for the balance a credit of
one year with interest from the day sale ;
the purohnse. to give his bond with in
mortgage of the prmemises, and to pay for
all necessary pl)ers.
h. W. RUFF, 8 F. C.
Pherit~s Office,
Winnsboro, S. C.,
Oct 4th, 1875
octG.x2fl
HSIIElIFF'S SALE.
. Y virtue of sundry executions to me
.L directed, I will ot~or for sale before
the court house door in Winnsboro on the
1st Monday of Novcmber next within the
leg.tl hours Of sale, to the highest bidder,
the following described property to wit:
All that certain lot or parcel of land in
the town of Winnsboro, S. C., with the
buildings thereon, fronting on Congress
street 37 feet, andl running WVest 210) feet,
andl butting on lot owned by A. P. Miller,
and bounded 0n North by lot No. .1 as laid
do~wnl in a diagranm nited in the clerk's
office, of Fairlield County, with) the pro
ceedings in the case of Caroline M. Aiken
against Jas. 8. Stewart, and on the south
biy lot No. 2 as laid down in same diagram.
Levied on at tile suit of Secket, Singleton
& Co., against L. WV. Duvall, survivor of
11. F". Davidson, and others against thosamo
defendant. Termis cash.
Ar-Ho
All that plantantion or tract of land, conl.
tmining 201) acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of Daniel Nolson, W. A.
Ruiff and others. Levied on at the suit of
W. W. Entzmninger against Frederick
Entznuinger and others against tihe same
defendant. Terms cash.
S. W. RUFF,
oIL -t lx2 $. F. C.
SH ERIFF'S SA LE.
Hazel M. Zealy and wife vs. A. C. Lylcs
and others.
IN~ pursuance of an order of tihe Cour
-of Probato in tho above entitled peti
tion I will otfer for salo before the Cour
llouse door in Winnsboro on tile first
Monday in November next. at publio onl-t
cry to the highest bidder a1 tract of ladt
lymng an1d situate in the county of Fairilold
andi~ Slate of South Carolina containing one
thousand acres more or less and bounded
by lands of G. P. Martin, Mrs. E. 8. Davis
and D). II. K. Kirkland on the North, by
lands of A. Mc~lill and ,J. K. D)avis on the.
East, by3 lands of Thomas McGill and
lands of estate of Mrs. W. N. Dawkins,
deceased, on the West, and by hands of J.
K. Davis on thoi South. Thela above des
cribedl tract of 1land( will b)o divided into)
six parcels antd sold by thoE seperate par
cel. Plats of th1e( severial parcels will be
exhibited on day of sale, and the convey
ances wvill he drawn according to the plat.
Terms of SaleO.
One third of the purchase money to bo
paid in cash, for tho balance a credit of
one( amnd two years with interest from daiy
of sale. Each purchaser to give Is bond
secured by a mortgage of the premises
purchased andl to paiy for all necessary
papers.
8. W. RFF1P,
Shmeriffs Offee. S. F. C. *
Winsboro, S. C.
Otober, 1875.
oct px2t1
Just Received.
A eCim> eto assortment of Fancy and
hleary Or ocerles conslsting in part
oiliucon, b ird. Hams, ,AllaS4d pIony
&e., Canned Goods, Pickle, ersokers
inheese &c.
ALSO,
* Alotif.the fiest Llqqirs In town.
nRy,'Bobbbn,- 8herrysaid !lort
, Blrandies of all kinds,
i wish 6o state to my friend that
have re.-.pened 61y3 Bar, where they oka
:alwaysfnnd a first 0lass dIns.
AI bsO,
A large lot of fine (hewing and Smok
ng Toba- and Cigars, low for Cash,
jflRM c j Motj1
H A M BUJ R G
EDGINGS
THE
La, gest Stock in
WINNSBORO
. -AT
LANDECKER' Si
GERIG'S BUILDING,
Ask for Hamburg
EIDG INGS,
11AM BURG
EDGINGS,
HAMBURG
EDG INGS,
II AMBURG
EDGINGS,
I-3IAE FT BaG
~D-I] T GE3,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGING~S,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGS,
HAMBURG EDGINGs,
Hamburg
Edgbags
Hlamb erg
EDGINGS,
HAMBURG E.DGINGS4, HAM
BURG EDGINGS.
oct 23
J. H. BR OWN
--HAS-.
I notfhinboMillinery Goods
-AND-.
Trhe Larg at and Best Assorted
Stock of
DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
AND 'WHITE GOODS,
BLACK ALPAC
oct 23 CS c
Plantat ion for Sale.
1jINE Brick House with eight roorns
V Abouit two hundred neres of iandl
fifty -under cultivation aind about .fit6 in
woods,.blance in pne lands. LonR~n
best iocat on fo r's re:In cpun. lnown
as the Adna Johnson placeO. Tom easy.
sep)29-x4 J. IC. R ABB, Agt.
O NE cr loat Wine as For sale
Cheap . Dry G s,
AT
GRAND CENTRAL DRYG
Wil xIpd. LOVE A -cm
LiJ citizens of Fairfield county will SI
above hotide. They keep a buyer in t1
they reci'Bg' amer from at
IFA A'S7 7FO ItO4Aqgl* '!'hey keep 'ti
house this side of New York, aind sells us lo
city. We keep a full line of Carpets, Oil C
Bots, Shoes, Jeans, Tweeds, Caussimers
Blankets, Flannels; Dress Goods, Silks, Lit
Underwear, and Colgate & Co's Toilet Soaps
single piece at Colgate & Co's prices by the 1
agents for KznP's PARTLY MADE BunTs, A't E
The Cheapest, the best fitting Shirt ever i
sent when requested, and All packages over
oct 28-fxily
IaW Olarxc .iE
T. R. IIOUEltTSON,
Trial Justice.
OFFICE IN REAR OF COURT llOUS
IVINNSDORO, S. C.
3 All businesse .ntrusted to him w Il
receive prompt attention.
II. A ( AtLr.rItn. H. M. DAvsE
G4ILLARD & DAVIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NO. 2 LA IW RANGre,
WINNSflO1RO FOU'TI CAROLINA
A valuable piece or town property on
which is situated a comnmodlous
dwelling and outbuildings belonging to
Mrs. J. P. Means. For particulars ad
ress
GAILLAlRD & DAVIS.
Wnnsaoro r. C
~ UBRICATING Oil Linseed Oil, Kero
.J sene tail, 'ast Oil, just received at
the Drug Storo of
W. E. AIKEN.
WOOD 2 RE SELVEl.
ONE Darrel Oil known as Residuum,
. used for coaling wood to preserve
it, either in building, or more particular
ly on Fence IN es. For sale by
oct 21 W. E. AIKEN.
JU6T- RECEI\TE
--0
-Car Load White Corn.
1 Car Load Flour-all grades;
I Car Load Bolted Meal.
White ani Siok';d Bacon and
Shoulders.
Rio and Java Coffee-"green
' and roasted."
New OleanIs and Comn.non
Syrup1s.
A ll grades of S UG AR.
Lard ill bhais., halt.-bjbls., Kegws
and canis.
Genuine Durhami Smnokinig To
haceo.
BY
D. R. F'L ENN IKIEN.
april 10
COME ONE COME ALL
And Give J. 0. IBong a Call
-AT HI
DRY GOODS, F'ANCY GOODS A ND MI1LLI
NERY BAZAAR
HICH has just beena built and newly
vv itted upi espaeciaaly for the ladies.
Mrs. Boag will give her sp~ecial attention
as heretofore to this department, and will
spare no pains in mnak ing it the leading
3Millinery and Fancy G4oods H1ouse in the
up-country. We study' to please and give
satisfaction. No troulido to show goods.
Our stock is this deparitmuent will lbo kept
full and complete during the season, al
'vays receiving new aidditions. My stock
31n other departments is fuill and complete.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Family Gire
coresa, Con fectionmeriese, Tfobacco, Cigars,
4c0. Also on hand Furniture, Lumber,
Shingles, &c. J. 0. BOAG.
ct 7
FIRE INSURANCE.
$40,000,000.
Ar M thme a gent of eleven Fire Insuaranco
Coempanieos whose combined assets
exced 40) millhon dollars. Shocrt rate,
annual andi tel'm policies-lssued. Loun try
dwellIng rheks a specialty Oln house
risks takena at reasognable riates.
JA. W, LAW, agent.
~1E CURLITY Lire Insurance and A 'iuity
kJCompany. A'sets $:3,449, 08 26.
Life. Non-Forfeitur~e (In ten payin emit.)
Endowment andi ' nnuimy I oficies issued
on the most favorable terms.,
sept 2AS. W- LAW, Agent,
STATE GRAN~GE FERTLJZER,
AND '.TIllP CILEI9Am.
TWO first-class, pure hone, amin,nntated
Fortillisers, for sra e by D. ,Jeum aaugs
&. Som and .J, fl, AggnAgue a
Chiarleston, 8. C. The hIghest tesuimne.
niale enn be gIven. Pleaso send for olr.
oular. ep . 4 m
THE
OODS ESTABLISHMENT
OF-.
i. Columbia, S. 4.
,e money by buying their goods at tha
is New York and other markets all the timef
Lotion and Wherever they can be bought
e largest nlli most varied stock of say
w as the sante goods can be bou1t in that
oths, Window Shades, Paper Hangings,
Cloths, Homospuns of every desoripton,
ens, Towelings, Laces, Notions, Hosiery,
and Perfumories, which we sell by the
>aokago to the wholesale trade. We are
IrEEN DOLLARS PER DOZEN,
stroduced to the market. *f- Samples
ten dollars sent by express free of charge.
W. D. LOVE & Co.
NEW ARRIVALS.
ONE of the largest stocks of Millinery
. and Fancy Goods that has ever beeu
in Winnsboro has now arrived at D. Lau.
derdalo's. The inspection of the ladies is
invited. Our general stock is full in every
line of goods which we usually keep. We
guarantco our prices to be as low as the
owost. D. LAUDERDALE.
pt28
FANCY
GROCERIE
JUST RECEIVED.
Fresh Soda and Boston Crackers.
Strawberry, Scotch, Jumble as
Cakes.
ALSO,
Potted Hams and Tongue, Hardin
Cheese, Pickles. Salmon, can Pine ap.
plo, Peaches &c., Preserves and
Jellies, Worohestershire Sauce,
. Tomato Catsup and
Pepper anie, Italian
Macaroni, North
eru Apples,
Onions,
Coffees and Teas.
ALSO,
Bagging, Ties and Twine, all low
the UASH.
PIEimilE BACOT,
sp25-- Agen
UY. c.
Howes' great Loidon Circuns is coming, l
ROM- Y DY'S
IS the place to go for French :
American Candies, Nuts, Fruits, 6
toes, Sardines, Pickles, Cheeae, Crack -
Cakes, Bread and numerous other thi
to support the Pilgrim on his journeyi
to a place- I aut undecided) w'l
---but am sure that the smoking of .
of my
5 cent Iavana Cigars. -
will leave any o~ne in a happy ande
fail moi(od. 't'hankful for past Patro~:
I hope to merit a continuance of the
by .keeping consLtamntly on hand a full
variced assortment of Confectioneries,
brands of Cigars. Somec of which ar
T1he Best and Oi1apein~1 To
GENTLEMfEN TRY ONE!
C. S. ROMEDY',
oat Next door-"
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer of
DOffRS1, SASilES, BL1MDS, PLO0RI &
Dealer in
BRl:Iers' hardWare,
PAINTS. OILS,
solen AOE.NT.
T1ho National Mixed Paint Co., Th
American Firo- Extinguisher Co., F a.
chine Bolting Co.
MeCd. fax' Pr1 *.a
OFFIcE AND WVAREnoO~ig,
Nos. 20 & 22 Hayne, & 33~ & 26 Pln ta
FActony AND yAnhitc
Ashley Rtiver, Wcat EndfBro
sept 23--ly
ESTA BLISH ED I
ovYi 7vtlYr Yp; K& ts A.XPE ON
iN 'q l'Arjull ANI) OK
ii USIN1E88.
NE W 000DS.
. ' 01,10 and Pilver Watches, *r7
best~ t5 ime keepers) bolid Go ins,
huoll Plated Chais, liings and Mhb
b'hiina, which I guarant co. Al east,
Pins Collar ai Shirt lint tons des
*"aptions A t ea of heantiful C lllio
'ann beat them ? Rt~ iring n 4
workmaan-like asnnea saisfact an 'F,
teed.
4 e a CHAS. MU,
FOR 8&2
SA COW .

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