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T11Ult(DAt MORNING, iay '8, 1870.
TEtas ov TiE NEws ANDI HEIALI).
-Tri' weekly edition, four dollars per
(nUM, in advatce; wcekly edition,
two doliltr( and fifty ceits percannum,
in advance. Liberpl discount to clubs
of live and upwards.
IIA*ES OF ApyERTisIN(I .-Ono dollar
per inch for the first insertion, a ad
fifty ocnts per- ich for each subseq icnit
isce'tidn. Tliese rates ai)ply to nil ad
vertisemnents, of whatever natu c, and
are payable strictly in advance. Coi
tracts "for three, six or twelve monthis
made on very liberal tins. Train
Sielt local notices, fifteent cents per
line for the first Insertion and seveni
and one-half cents per line for each
subsequentinsertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged as adver
tiseients. SiInple announcements of
marrlages and deaths published free oi
1 charge, and solicited.
All cominunicatiois, of whatsoever
nat ure, should be addressed to the
Wainshoro Publishilng Company
HKnights of Honor-E. S. Chandler,
Rev. J. K. Mondenhiall has been
conducting a series of meetings at the
Baptist church.' The services have
all been well attended, and very inter
HUorMnOn"A.-I'he inevitable mad
dog has appeared in the Salem neigh
borhood, and (uite a nuiner of valua
ble (logs have been killed as a precau
tion. No serious consequences are yet
AN ACCESSION.-Orange Presby t(ry,
of North Carolina, has gramed a letter
of dismission to Harmony 1resbytery
to the Rev. H-. 1.. Pratt.. Mr. . Pratt.
has been tilling tile pulpit of Scion
Clmrch at this place very acceptibly
for a year and will bo.quite an acces
sion to the church in South Carolina.
CONFEDaA'm-r FLAos'.-It is respect
fully requested by the directors of the
South Carolina Monument Association
that all persons having in their posses
sion flags which were used in the Con
federate service will be kind enough to
seld them with a guard of honor to ha
used at the ceremonies of unveiling the
We are pleased to leatrn that the
Gordon Light Infantry purpose attend
ing the unveiling of the Confederate (
monument in Columbia, and we hope
there will be no difficulty in the way I
of those members who are clerks
getting the necessary leave of absence
from their employers. Fairfleld should
be well represented on the occasion.
SPECIAL RATES TO COLU1MBA.-The
Charlotte, Columbia and A ugusta
Railroad have oflered the following
special rates for the round trip to and
from the univeilinig Ceremony oin the
18th inst: Blackstock, $1.60; W~inns
bore, $1.16; Ridgeway, 80 ets. The
Greenville Road charges 75 cts. to and
from Ahston. The tickets are gobod for
DAiTH.--Mrs. .Efiiza A. W ilhiams(
died at this place on Mondf*: night,
aged sixty-five years, after a lingering
illness. She had lived in Winnsboro
for many years, and was univer
sally esteemed. She (lied firm in the
fith of the Methodist church, of whichi
she had long been a consistent member,i
and her- loss is mourned by many
fiends and 'relatives. Hier ihneral
services were conducted by the Rev.
WV. A . Rogers on Tuesday afternoon.
THE TowN FINANCss.-In accord-4
ance with instruciions from Council,
Mr. E. S. Chandler, Clerk, publishes
the followving statement of receipts and
disbursements during the meonth end
ing May 1:
April 21-Amount rec. 'ved
from former Clerk -$11 1.58 1
April 21-S. W. Rluff', Tages 4.26
A pril 21-Fred. Steeie,Taxes 3 .96
April 28-Alex G~oode, Taxes 3.00
A pril 28-W. M. Nelson, Li
April 23-P. H. Coonan, Li
April 28-J. D. Mc~irley,
April 23-U. G. Despaortes,
April 28--W. I-. Donly, LI
April c4-onse.mt.... . -..87.0
April 23--F. W. Hbnct
April 28-8. 5. Gibson, Li
pril 21-S.W.Rfuff,8Sheriff', * 6.50
pril 21-Work on Streets, 2.20
pril 28.-Work on Streets, 2.76
pril 29-Work .on Streota, 6.96
p)ril 80-L. I0 oet Volce, 80.00 1
pril 80-W. B; Gilbert, Po
pril 80-Abram Munro,
.Lampj Llgtr~s. 10.00
pril 80-Dave Goius, Lamp
ay 1-Balanof on hand.... *295.58
EUIPHEMIAN LrIER AflTSOO00mn.-WeI
ye received an invitation to be pre's
ut at the senti-anuil celebration of
o Eupliom an Literiy Society of
fakino College, at Duo -West, 8. 0.,
bleh will take pice o tio evening
Juno 27th pz'oxfhu. 6 President
the society:Is -Mr. Pattersen Ward
w, of South Carolina. Th9 orators.
o Mr. $. A'. Miller, of $labama, %dr.
A.Johnson, etouth Caroila, 16.
O'B. Lowryo Aldanf~,b
oser - -~o~
Jseman and M i '~ igj
ppil J.I cO5b *e~ eoe n
T. 11. Robinson, of Texas; S. W.
Woodruff, of Florida, and M. W.
Pressley, of North Carolina. The
marshuls are Messrs? L. 0. Cowan and
W. A. M. Plaxco, of South Carolina,
and J. G. Baird, of North Carolina.
RIDEowAY GossiP.-Last Saturday
Samuel Thomas, colored, an honorary
nicinber of the 12th South Carolina
Regiment, was married to Judith
Cook, also colored, a trusted and
valued servant in the household of
Mr. A. F. Ruff. The ceremony wits
performed by a minister of the African
Methodist Church, about the hour of
noon; after which a dinner was dis
played that was so large and sumptu
ous as to dispel the Ide'a of stringency,
id also the idea that our colored
tlriqiids cannot prepare inviting colla
tions. The bride and groom were
dressed very neatly and appropriately,
tind their bearing, together with that
of the colored guests present, was all
that could be desired, the arrange
ments being condUCted with the
Ltmost decorum. The chief feature,
however, of the occasion was' the
presence of five ladies and seven gen
Jlemen, fron the ranks. of the pale
aces-friends 'and well-wishers of the
imble couple. This is all the more
*cemarkable ,when It is reniembered
hat neither Sam nor any of his family
v'ere with us in our great confliet of
1876. Could .this millonnial picture
ae beeh.lortrayed upon the wall of
looper Instituto during, the recent
txodus meetinig, iien the letters of
Wenldell Phillips and. Wim. Lloyd
'arrison were being read, and the
avage resolatiois were under discus
ion, that large audience, which knew
o well hov to bear heavily upon their
hilte brethren of the South, and so
nuch better how to draw lightly upon
heir piurses for the Hegira, would
ivo - been under the spectacle so
imazed that a Danielwould have been
-equired to interpret-notwithstanding
he language was Chaldean. *DAmOS.
NoTEs Fuom SALEM.-The attention
of the people ofthis section is directed
stirely. to their farming interests.
'very person asks - every person else,
'How are you getting along?" and the
nvariable answer is "Pretty well,
hough not quite through planting."
Jut - the greater part have flnished
>lanting, and - many ard ploughing
u)rn, of Which they have a -good stand.
lotton -is coming ill) fin'ely ; sialt
fratin, though planted late, looks proin
sing. Measles and mad dogs are the
ago in our section just now-one is
-aging and the other ranging through
he country. Many a dog has ceased
o make night hideous with its howl
nigs in the past two weeks, and it is
ioped that tle good work will contin
1o till all the bench-leg flce, egg-suckei s
md sheep-killers have beeni phiosphiat
d. We cordially invite the peollo at
arge to kill our dog if found plrowling
troundl and if lhe Is not mad it will
keep him from going mad.
Salem Church had preaching on Sat
irday and Sand:ty. R1ev. W. W.
H.fills, the regular pastor, was assissed
m Saturday by the llev. Mr. Miller, of
he Associate Reformned Chur ch. On
unday Rev. W, W. Mills preached a
rery impIressive sermon from' Nehie
niah, 8th chapter, and latter clause of
lhe 10th verse, after' which he admin
stored .the Lord's Supper to tihe c'om
nlunicant s of the church.' The congre
ration was large and atten~ive. No
iceable in it were many of our Jack
ton's Creek friends. A Sunday
3chool will be organized next Sabbath.
David, the youngest son of Mrs. D.
3. Means, met with a painful accident
mi Monday. lie was throwvn from
horse, the fall breaking his arm be
ween tihe elbow anld tihe wrist.
We understand that Mr. A. W.
Dadd, formerly of' Winnsboro, and Mr.
om ter intend putting up a steam mill
ecar Sailem Church onl lands purehased
romi Mrs. R. S. Means. Mr. G. B.
~ettigrew has one in operation near the
anme place. So you ean conto out this
all and hear them whistle for corn, of
viiel we hope thereo will be enough to
uApply both mills.
We are proud and pleased to see the
miargenment of THE NEws AND) 1ER
an1. We are satisfied that the bache
or part of the paper (we think you are
11 good men) would not hesitate to do
ny thing~ that isgood--eieon to the tak
ng unto himself a wife. RtETLIAW.
MEETING bF ThEI GREENBACKER.
about eight miles from Whisboro, at
place known as Gldnoy's Mill,* on
he 3rd Inst., a small: erowd gathered
or the puppose of listening to the
ueeoh of J. Hlendrix McLean, a gen
leoman from Feasterville, and a strong
arenmbacker. lie made a lengthy ora
ion, endeavoring to show (In his opin
on) the corruptness of the Democrat
c and Republican parties. National
>anks suffered a little it his hands.
le then called his boarers' attention to
speech made by Mr. Weaver, Con
gressman from Iowa, taken from Pomn
roy's Democrat, published in ChIcago.
L'hoCongressman's spe ohseemed to Eu't
he taste of Mr. MeLean very much.
l'ho paffryn of the party was thon
end orthe benefit of the colored men
dho wo present. At the close of the
neoting a~ cordial invitatleh was given
oanty who'wished to join this party,
mt no one made a response. Mr. Mc
LGoan, lk6 Moses and the promised
and, hpes to ureach the goal ini 1880.
-The omr sephino, the . first
wife of N oleon Lg whom lie divorced
aomarry ra Louisla, Arohduchess
>f Auustria,; retired, after her divorce
aq her palace at 3Ia1 ~ion,, and died
bore soon after the attO oft Wtrloo
iftt lnWtck of tpinsy. JTosophIno
daotoNpleonafter, he was ban.'
phod to 8ta.k1lena,"offl'oI to& share
9t ot and 1mprisounm~ l otgie
lNIGH TS OF HONOR.
rpI E regular semlimnthily mto ting of True
ltrotherhord I.odge, No. l44, will & lield In
Masonlc Hallton Friday evening, 9t1 int., at 8
Et. S. C11AND1ER,
iay 8-It Reporter.
TAX RETURNN. -
TIHE County A uditor, or an assistniit,
. will'o l at th following places Oil
the days deniglnatod, for tho plrposo Of
recenivig returns of the taxpi-yers of'the
county, for thto next filscal year, vYa:
Woodward's, June 6 and 7.
Ridgeway, Jtino 9 and 10).
Ulythewood, Juno I I and -12.
Gladden's Grove, June 13.
Caldwell's Storo, Jnue 14.
D1urhamu's', June 16 and 17.
Bear Creek, Juno 18 and 19.
Horeb, Juo'.'3 and 24.
Jenkinsvillo, Juno 25 and 26.
Monticelio, June 27 and 28.
Feasterville, .1unte 30f and July 1,
Wlito Oak, July 3.
Ti be oice at this place (Winnsboro)
will be open frorn Ist to rth June, and
froim 4t1 to 20th July. Each tarpaver is
required to make return on oath of all
reaI and personal property
owned or controlled by tieil on
Juno St. All citizens between
the ages of twent.oio and sixty
yeirs, except thoso exeilpt by law, ire
required to imilko return of their polls.
Alter thle 20tli July, a penalty of 'fifty per
cent. attaches. . N WITIEliS,
1uay 6 -xtf County Auditor.
B E it enacted and ordained by the
Town Council of Winnsboro, .9- (*.,I
in Council ihot and by authority of the
That section 2 of an Ordinanco relating
the discharge of fire-aris etc., Nwithin
the corporato limits which reads, "Tlat
any persCn or persons who shall dischargo
alny gun or pistol.or set lira to, explode,
or use any siquib, fire-cracker or explosive,
or any other disclarge of powder, except
in the discharge of some1 public duty,
shall forloitand pay for each and every
such offence a sum not exceeding ter.
dollars: Provided, that on Chi-istias
or other holiday the use of fire-crackers,
fire-works and oilier harmless explosives
shail be at the discretion of the Intend
ant.," be amend d by inserting after the
words ''teln dollars" and beforo the word
"provided" the following: "Or be im
prisoned not more than ten days."
Done in Council. this thirtieth day of
A pril, A. D. 1879, under the corporate
seal of the said Town Council.
JAS. A. BRICE,
E. S. CHANDLER,
T.IE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FA IRFIETD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Froderick Copes as Trustee of Mrs. Sarah
It. Cops, Plaintiff, against Saiuel B.
. towney, R.S. Desportes & Cu., The
.National Bank of. h ester, Smuth Caro
lion, Hopkins, Dwight & Co., I. W.
Friedenwald. The WI'innsboro National
Bank of Winnsboro, Kotih Carolina,
George I. Mc %Ia tor and Francis Gerig,
as As-ignees of the Wainsboro National
Bank of Winnsboro, South Carolina,
H. C. Howard as Secretary of the Mary
land Fertilizing and Manufacturing
I omlpany, auni John A. Fraser, Defend
nts. -Copy Sumlons for Relief. Com
laint not 8erved.
To the Defendants:
OU ARE hereby summoned and
requnired to answer the complidnt
in this action, .which is lied in the office
of the tClerk of Commnon Pleas, for the
isaidi cunty, nd to serve a copy of your
answer to tile said comp1)linlt 0on theO ub)
scriber at his office, Winnlsboro, South
Carolina, within t wenty days after ihe
service heraof, exclusive of the day of
suceh service; and if you fail to answer
tihe comiplaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaini ft' in this action will apply to'
the Court for the relief demanded in the
Dated 29th March, 1879.
JNO. J. NEIL,
To the Defendant, Samuel B. Clowney:
TAKE noitice that the summons in this
aetien of which tho foregoing is a eopy,
was filed in the office of the Clerk of
the Court of Common P1 eas for thi 0
County of Fairflield in the S:ate of South
Carolina, on the 21 clay of April, 1879
2nd April, 1879. JNO. J NEIL,
april 3-taw~uw Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOW IS THLE OPPORTUNITY
AVAIL YOURSELF OF IT !
Preserve your books, periodicals,
newspapers and mulsie.
State, ounty and railroad officers, and
business men generally, supplied with
blank boo':s made to any tattern.
All famuilies have old books, periodi
cals, newspapers, music, &c., whiech they
desirc to transmit to their posterity. Then
HAVE THEM REBOUND !
Which will preserve them and will make
them look almost as well as new.
Old books, &c., should not only be
rebound, but the current literatura of the
present day should be put in a durable
form for preservation as well.
This can be done in the shortest pen
siblo time, with the best. mnaterial, in the
most handsome and diarable style, and at I
a nrice which cannot be du;le.ated any- I
whore, by E. R. STOKES,
Stationer, Bookbinder and Blank Book |
Mannlfactulrer, No. 155 Main street,
Je Send in your orders at once,
E are now located in tile brick
building formerly occupied by
Measrs. J. 9. Mo.\iastor & Co,, where we
will be glad to, welcome our customers
and friends. Will continue to deal in
general molrehlandise, and will cud savor
to please by sticking to our motto
GlOOD QUALITY, HONEST QUANTITY!
Pleaue opel, J. M. BEATY & 00..
DR. C. II. LADD,
1LAVING rettiriie to Winnsboro, and I
.Lresumed the p)ractico pf(njedcino,
offei-s h is professlinal service, toitl e citl
zoe of the town end' county.
J" Ofmce in Blank Range, iti stairs,
next to Newas and Jfer.,d ofloe. Er trance
on Oongress street. mar 1-ict~m
w4~ WOOD, NO PAPE~R
rRESH G*ARDEN SEED,
T13 111.1 I'\,T~
i EW HoMaE
The D'3T, LATEST IMPROVED,
SEWINC MAC ic Cevr inventca. . 4
the wearin parm.ritnu, ruteo of tho DGT
STEEL, CAREFULLY TUMPC~rErD
n1 tire ADJUGTABLE.
Itl I nm tbo AfrT1T0d127 TVNP.Yz.V1 It
hatni 11o 0jilA191 It hue ila
EaIOst Throaded Shuttlo.
The BOBINS ar WOUND m wliout
]RUNNING or UNTMLVWAMrNG uio
It hm a SELF-SETTING NEEDLE1 It
' a D)IAL 1or regultiog the lenigth ot'stel:,
IYVITII01E' TAE-rIiNG; It haski It LAltGnl
SPACE utitcer the anrm; I Is NOISELEbo,
alf( 1hats o ort) ohits Eof XOLLENCE Inen
all ethe, miftieslg ceiiluond.
AZ-Agontu wanted in localitie.
Wlhao wo a~ro not represented.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION OQUARE, N.Y.
OR a good drink-Lemonade,
Mint Julep, or any other de-.
ightful . Spring Beverage, call at j
MORNING STAR SALOON,
Rear of Town Hall.
CORN AND HAY.
UST Received-.at the o1 stand of T.
I R. Robertson--5,o,00 pounda Timo
by and Clover Hay. Two Car Loads
NORTH CAROLINA- CORN.
k1l of which will be sold very cheap for.
mch 22 JNO D. McCARLEY.
,10LE Agent for Winnsboro for
) Nathan Bros. 1863 Old Cabinet
Etye Whiskey. F. W. HADENICHT,
3ear of Town Hall.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
d'rall the Purpo sativen Fau dhho
g atonN ul S~omasEBreath,'
Elrupaohnla nd fans, Dhuiat mI
iogsnra, Dropsy, Tummo m ,
for urfigthe Blood,
Are -the most ef-]
fective and conge.
are mild, but ei'
fectual in .their'
~Ogd~ein their operation,
they are still the
moest thorough and
medicne t searchin cathar
hystimuilate tedgsie ogn n
iromote vigoei-ous health.
AYER's "Pu.Is have been. known for
neo than a quarter of a century, and have
ibtained a world-wide rcputation for theis
rirtues. They correct dIseasd action in
he several assimilative organs of the
>cody, and are so composed th at obstruc-1
ions within their range can rarely with
tand or evade them. Not only do they
nure the every-day complaints of every
icidy, but also formidable and dangerous
liseases that have baffled the best of
mmnan skill. While they produce power.
uli effects, they are, at the same time, the
afest and best physic for children. B)y
heir aperient action they gripe much less
han the common purgatifves, and never
rive pain wrhen the bowels are not Inflamed.
L'hey reach the vital fountains of the blood,
nd strengthen the sy'stemn by freeing Ia
erom the elements of weakness.
Adapted to all ages and conditions In
11l climates, containfUng neither calomel
or any deleterious drug, these Pill. may -
>e taken with safety by anybody. Thei'r
ugar-coating preserves them ever fresh.
Lnd makes them pleasant to take; while
ecing purely vegetable, no harm can arise
romt their use in any quantity.
)r. i. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,]
FOR TilE BEST OIGAR
flALL for the "Model"-three for
U 25 cnts at F. W. HAENIOJHT's.
ASTONISH YOU!t LOOKX:
Sugar-Cured Uncanvassed Hamse at 101
,ents per lb.
Good Coffee Sugar~ at 8 eunt' per lb,
Best lio Coffee at l'7 conte per lb..
Pure Leaf Lard at 10 cents per lb.
Fresh Hoda Ornekars at 10 cents per lb
All sorts of Sweet Cakes at correspond
Also low ri ble, Now Macereli Fiah
n different sized packages asitable for
'arm use, Give me a cahi. I will not be
mndersold, WV. H. DONLY.
F OR the best half-dhne smoke, try
"The Snmasher," supertor to all
thera, at'F. W. HABNow0s, ear
f Town Hall,
'TNlE undersg6d *ould r 7~tul
inform the pablio - thi 'e ha'
>pene~d a 81 aa z Ifafr. p Sa.
J U S T
At the Winnsboio Dry GoodH
Tancy Goxls and Millinery Bazaa
L second lot of new, cheapl and Ole
,ant goods. Millinery and Fane'
Joods in all the latest styles an
iovelties of the season. Mrs. Boag
iaving a first-class milliner to assis
ier in this Department, is fully pre
?ared to please the most fastidious
mnd will take pleansure in doing sc
i beautiful line of Silk and Cottoi
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves
Eadies' Jabots and Ties or Scarfs
Dross Goods, Buntiugs, Poplins
silks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimming
-in fact a full stock of such good
is are usually found in a first-clas
\Iilinery, Dry Goods and Fano;
A beautiful line of ladies' ani
3hildren's Slippers, Gaiters an<
3hoes ; also, a nice assortment o
A full and fresh stock of Famil
Iroceries: Bacon, Meal, Flour
Jorn, Sagars, Coffees, Soaps
n short, you can find all you wan'
6t J. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheal) o
he same goods can be bought any
vhere. Don't forget to call. Nc
rouble to show goods.
J. 0. BOAG.
Sixteen new and first-class Sewing
kachines to be in store in a day ol
o. The New and Improved Verti
al Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, the
4ow and Improved American, rang.
ng in price fron $20 upwards
C'hese Machines are from the facto
-ies of good, responsible companies
And are warranted to be just ai
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfield County.
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
4 bbls. Molasses-all grades,
00O lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
.0 boxes Cream Cheese,
Sboxes best Italian Maccaroni,
.2 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
.4 sacks of Coffee-l0 Rio, 4 bes
0 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
'JARD in bbls., cans and buckets
Lceon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Jhoice Red Rust Proof Oats, See<
Rye and Barley.
fails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mulh
Shoes, Axle Grease, Whit.
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
P'resh Canned Salmon, Peaches ani
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
L fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES
Ill of which will be sold cheap fo:
nov 9- D. R. FLENNIKEN.
3R AND OPENING I
Have her cousins and her
sisters and her aunts
seen such an <ndless
variety and magnificent
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
~s were purchased at the recent grea
ales in New York, and will be sold a
)ur stoek is complete in dry goods, ne
ions, embroidertes, ladies' neokwear, pei
umery, hosiery, adit 'hats, millier
itraw goods. gets. funishing goeal
di-branohes, laest style straw and fel
sate, beots, and shoes in all aizes fe
adios, gentlemen, misses 'and children
,loth and leather. Also, the tlest style <
To convince younrself end gave stone3
sall attew~nnstand 6f
NAVASSA GUANO. BAY STAT]
IS called to our Now, Large and .
. only a few varieties of which (foi
Alpacas, Victoria La
Bleached and Brown Homespun, Cc
b Drills, Printed Lawns, Ticking, Table
is full and complete, with all the Nov
Ladies' Scarfs, Fans, Gloves, Collars
We have just received as Full a Li
Shoes as can be found in the State, iy
respectfully ask the public to examini
We have the Largest Stock of Moe
Hats In Town, with some Specialties
A full line of Clothing that will ast
A full stock of Family and Plantat
REMEMBE1, WE DON'T
by selling leading articles at less than
at a LIVING PROFIT, and as cheap
HOES. GRAIN CR
FOR DESIGN AND WORK
Before making your purchases olsewl
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SU
I keep on hand a full supply of
Coffins of the finest finish. Also, a el
BEST FAMILY SE
The "?NEW AMERICA N" 1. easily learned, do
with loss labor than any other machIne. lii
V t, TfOVEY, M~ann~e'or. M N. 4
J. 0. BOAG, Agent for Fair Bld(.
workmaship i equal to
e antiy fin!che~d asi a -f
-. hIhtost 'aards3 at the V
."on. l!T SEWS ONE-FC
Achines. Its capacity Is
3..GON MACHENES8 sold
a cornbined sales of all
:NDlMC ATTA'CHMENT fe
ITHOUT PATCH'INO, givel
AT THE~ MORITS HUEyue
e~t transIent or regular board at pices to
f itioims wi1. aoonnod1AffonB so
surpsassoa in Winnsboto.
SHOES. PIEDMONT GUANO
Vell selected Stock of Dry Goods,
want of space) we mention, to wit:
ttonades, Plaid Homespun, Linen
Damask, Towels, Napkins and Doilies
elties and latest styles in Button
and Cuffs, etc.
io of Ladies' Misss' and Children's
ade ospocially for our trade, and we
s' and Boys' Felt, Wool and Straw
in Straw Goods.
mish Casfi purchasers.
*jn Groceries, Hardware, &c., &o.
BAIT OUR CUSTOMERS
cost ; but we will sell all our goods
as they can be bought anywhere.
F. ELDER & CO
ANTED AS REPRESENTED.
R THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pio.
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
IT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICE8
[)TO MAKP TO ORDER.
Metalic and Rosewood Oases and
ieap stock of Coffins.
.-IT 1s 'THE1
ONLY SEWING MlACUINE
wilc I A A.
It has Self-Setting N'eedie.
Never flreaks iho Thread.
Never Skips Elltihes.
Is the Lightest Runtinug
A New and Simple Det~ce
Winding the Bobbitt,
Without rern Iho Ferp ros
The imptect, 'ae Most DThiable
and in 4very respct the
es not Let out of order, and will do more wsik
ustraIted Circular fwrnished on ap!aot
harles Stroot, Datiaore, 3Ed.
a Chronometer Watch, ad
1rst-class Piano. It reci.I
lonna and Centennialni~
IURTH FASTER than &t
Linilmited. There are ~~t
in the United States te
the others. Thb I.5q
r dongal.kindsof roparqg
REwith each meoI,0