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TUESDAV 1ORNING, May 13, 1879.
TiCRMS 01 Ti, Niw A ,' S _ Il'.-7:.
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All comumunications. of whatsoever
niature, should 1e addressed to the
\Vinsboro Publishing Company,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Notice-T. W. Woodward.
Mill for Sale-J. C. Richards.
Take Aver's Pills for all the pur
poses of a Purgative, for constipation,
indigestion, headache and liver cont
plaiit. By universal accord, they
are the best of all purgatives for family
The services'at the BIaptist church),
conducted by Rev. J. K. Meidenhiiall.
have been well attended and full of
itterest. These serviees will be con
tinued durinig the present week, and
aill are cordially invited to attend. Mr.
Meudenhall is an able and earnest
Rev. A. M. Chreitzberg, at present
stationed 'at Columibia, tilled the pulpit
of the Methodist church on Suinay.
Mr. Chreit zberg is at earnest, fluent.
and impressive preacher, his sertnons
shiowinig an active and1(1 anailyt ic mind
well stored with knowledge apper
taining to his holy calling.
Mon K1xo Wo:os.-Speaking of
the reccut improventent of Tin. N nws
AN) IIIAD, the Charlottc Obscrver
says: "The recent enlargeimtent of tie
Wiinisbojro IN'EWS AND HEIn.tw 8 has
beei attended by ani inprovement in all
respects. It is a mo'st excellent jour
1 nal, edited with ability and dignity
and coitaiining all the current news."
The Union Times of last week .con
tains the following: "We are pleased
to iud this favorito journial upon our
table again. It has always been con
duc-ted with marked ability and
dignity, and its presenti propri;etors
aro iiftusing 30 new enterprise Auld use
fulness iltt) its calumnns. We are also
pleased to see such undoubted evi
deunces of prosperity as It exhibits in
its new d ress and enlarged dimeionsi~i.
We bal'ice it is the alast coiunty~
paper' in tihe State, reflecting in Ithe
best light the intelligence and( integrity
of Fairfleld county ; and her' citizensa
will honor themselves in giving it
IMnrm. D v IN Cor.mum A .-Tl-e
Columbia Rfegister' contains -.he- fol
lowinig acaont of the celebrat'on of
Memorlia Day on Saturday, whielh we
feel sure will ite~rest all our renders:
'Yesterdayr the indies of the Mnmon'iml
Assoiatin, ausisted by the cisizenms
generally, renideredi the amnmal floral
tribute to the .Confed'erate dea . In
the moringi' the valious chu'chyar(' a
were vIsited by the'Commilttees n.
decorated with flowers. In the aft'er
ntoon most of the stores oni Main street
were closed while the ce'emonies we:'e
going on at the cemetery, a-.n' almost
thme whole town weiL up amn'.joiecc. in
the procession. Thel~ processi on was
formed at half past flye o'clock at tihe
Porter's Lodge, ho survivors of the
Confederate army in fronit, little girls
followed next, dressed In whtite with
black sashes, and after' themn came tihe
citizons generally, on foot and In voi
cles. When thme procession had reach
ed the Confederate encelosure three
shots were fired from one of the gnus
of the Columbia Flying .Artillery,
standing in the middle of the grave
yard, in charge of a detachmenit of that
company, under command of Captain
Lowrance. This gun stood under a
splendid bower and was veryr beauti
Ibilly decorated wyith moss and flowers
and surmounted wIth- three crossed
sabres. The'bower and the gun wore
intendod as a monument to the un
known dead. After an impressive
prayer by R1ev. J. B. Mack, D. D.,
thoelittle gIrls proceeded to llstribute
flowers ovcr tile Confederate graves."
8OUTII fAIOLINAI dRWI'.
-Theo first' blackberry of the season
has arrivymd in Charlestoni.
-Thle Edgetield peop~le otn tihe Abbe
vylle line are clainoring for thme stock
law, now that Abbevillo has it.
-The Summlit Courier chronicles
tile death of' a citizen. from hydropho
bia, three month0 afler he hmad boon
bitten by a rabid dog.
-Mr. C. J. Husko, acting for Colo
nel1 A. P?. Butler, fish commissioner,
placed. 160,000 foung shad in the
Saluda river last TIhursday, at the
p~olnt wvhere 'tile Air-Line railroad
-Thie board of directors of thle peni
tontiary, Wednesday', deelded to go to
work at once uipen the Columbia canal
with conviot l abor, and tho eleven
thlousanid dollars appropriated by the
Legislature for that purpose; tths.o to
inicrease the'water power In thle p01hi
tentlary, and to oeret, a building for
-ufTe AbbevilleoPres arndiae
reports i probably fatal reiconator eo
two tsW6 negroes at Ninoff'8ix. The
husbtuid of j.negro woinnin thatl eco
tion bodeo nmueJ on ag~ lt thn
o erJIA~h neg t schi
correspondence of the Coilmbia 1tcy
isier writes: The Nuckolls & Norris
miles, whtichI florty years ago werc
profitably worked by ordiiary plaItu
tion labor, and in the most prI'tivp
nannter, are now about to be opei'ited
hy at part-y of' genitleinen1 who have
vIry1 good reason to justify them in
(ihe crection of all necessary iachine
rv, in Courso of preparation. Only
a' flew days ao an assay of ore from
onle ofthe veins show a value per ton
of' $119. The assay was made at the
Charlotte iniit. . West of this mine,
eight or ten miles, and of uidoubted
value, are other gold mines, one of
which, the Nott imne, was also, forty
yeai s ago, worked with decided prollit.
NE W$ OF THE DAY.
-Isaac Butts, the leader of the Irish
I1ome iuilers is dead.
-An old woin starved to death in
Pennylvaia list week. Troops I
-Prince Ba-ttenburg has beei elect
ed King )f Bulgaria, with the title of
-After being defieated for the Ches
ter cup, Parole won the (heshire hanidi
capl (te next day with great ease. This
makes four victories out of five races.
-A memorial window to Balfe, the
imlusical composer, has beeni univeiled
in St. Patrick's Cathedral, 1)ublin.
Illis chief work was the "Boheiiiian
-Dr. 0. reclon, of Maine, Demo
cratic govel -or of that State, was In
Atlanta at the Medical Convention.
Ile sayvs G1rant could not carry several
New 1ngland States.
-It has leaked out that Cuba has
suil'ered byi a great fire which destroyed
sugar planitatioMs and suglar to the
aminunt., it is said, of a hundred million
dollars, If this be true, "sweetening"
is bound to go up.
-Bismrek becanme incensed the oth
er day it the speech of' a member of
the reiclstag, and whenI. te president
decided that the member, though se
verc, waIs not insulting, BismarcI< left
his seat inl high dudgeon, tind did not
-Two pugilists, John Dwyer' and
Janes Elliott, had a savage encounter
For the heavy veight championship of
Amierica, at 1110141o, N. Y., oi le 8th
instant. Twhe e rounds were fought
inI as mv minutes. Elliott wvas terri
bly punisied, two ribs being broken,
aLid was taken off insinsible. Dwyer
wais comparatively unhurt.
-The Brooklyn presbytery, after a
Wearisome and acri muonlious trial of
weeks, have decided, b3 a vote of
twenty-five to twenty, to dismiss the
charges agninst Talmage. .Talmage,
i a speech to the presbytery, said lie
hioped to see his acensers in Heaven,
but would rather not meet them for
the first few days after reaching there.
--"Red" Leary, one of the most ex
pert and desperate burglars - in (lie
United States, escaped from the New
York jail, a few iights ago. Some
confederates hired a room in the ad
joining house and dug through three
'eet of brick wall into the prison cor
ridor, where Leary, by his good con
duct, ias permitted to walk at large.
lie has not been aught..
-The PI-ince of Wales, as a prince of
the royal blood and Duke of Cornwall,
has a seat in the House of Piers. He
never voted, however, until the other
dayI, whieni lie introduced, and chamn
pionued a bill to permit men to. marry
the sister's of their deceased wives.
T1he goverineint oppiosed himt and d~e
feated thie measur'e, all the bishops but
one voting against it.
--The Peninsylivania Legislature is
treating the pubilic to a huge scanidal.
IAt the present session two jobs were
inttroducied, one to pay $t,00,000 to the
losers by th~e Pittsbur'g riot, the other'
to pay $1,000,000 to bor'der counties
that suflbrtedby Conifed -rate raids. A
cimnbintation wvas engineered, but~ oni
the vote (lie border men wont back on
the rioters, anid both schemes failed.
Nowv the Legislatoreo is investigating
the chiar'ge thatt from. $300 to $1,000
wvero freely off'ered for votes, and that
a dozeni or so membhers bit. The testi
mnony shows first-class Iyin~ some
whlere. The11 Cinicinnati En q uirer'
says: "Th le Pennsylvania Legisl ature
is so coi'rup~t thiat a rotten egg smashed
against. t he Speaker's desk smells like
a bank of violets." And a good mainy
other people think so too.
by f'orbiden. Prosdisreg'arding ti
notice will be duly pri'osmecuted'.
may 18-t2* T. WV. WOODWARD.
A CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT.
SAW AND GRIST MILL FOR SALE
wVXTH A 20-IIO1t8E POwER ENGINE.
T OFFER for sale at a reasonabje price
..- an d Uipon accommodating terms, my
Steam, Saw and Grist Mill, known as
RICHARD'S STflAM MILL,
bored in Fish Dam Township, Union
county.. Everything connected with the
mill Is in most perfect running order,
and a good business 'Is done at it. For
J. C. IIIOHARDS,
Shelton P. 0.,
may 13-t1x2 Uin .0
WE are now located in the brick
building fermorly occupied by
Messrs. J. F. McMaster & Co., where we
will be glad to welcome our customers
and friends. Will continue to deal in
general merchandise, and 'wIll endeavor
to piettse by sticking to our motto
(GOOD QUALITY, HON'EST QUANTITY!
1'lease call. J. M. BEATY & CO.
DRI. C. U. LADD,
HAVING returned to Winneboro, and
resumed the practice of medicoine,
offers his professional services to the citi
zens of the town atid county.
pie Oince in Ilank Range, up stairs,
nextto Nots a#4 Jferald ofUee. Entrance
on lGongr'ess street. mar 1-xf8m
NO WOOD, NO PAP~lI
IN the Standatrd Screw Bay State
i Shog. J. M. Ban & Co.
riIE Counity Auditor, or an assist-mit,
..will be ait thej following plaRces )n
the (ay's delignIated, for the purpose of
receiving returns of' the taxpayers of the
county, for the next fiscal year, viz:
Woodward's, June 6 ad 7.
Ridgeway, Juno 1 and 1).
Bliythewood, June 11 ani 12.
Gladden's Grove, Ju1n1o 13.
Caldwell's Sorn, June 14.
Durham's, .1uno 16 and 17.
Bear Creck, Juno 18 and 19.
Horeb, Juno 23 and 24.
Jenkinsville, June 25 and 26.
Monticolio, June 27 and 28.
Feastorville, .J tine 30 and Julf 1,
'Whito Oak, July 3.
The office at this placeo (Winnaboro)
will be open from 1st to 5th June, and
from 4th to 20th July. Each taxpayer is
required to make return on oath of all
real and personal property
owned or controlled by thbema on
Jun I St. All citizens between
the agta oft t(int.onle an.I sixty
Years, except thoso exempt L.y law, are
required to make return of their polls.
A:ter the 20th July, i peuimmihy of fifty per
cent. attaches. 1. N. WITIIElIS,
Jmaty 6 -txtf County Auditor.
B E it enacted and ordained by the
Town Council of Winnsbro, S, C.,
in Council met and by authority of the
TUhat section 2 of an Ordinanco relating
the dischargo of fire-arms etc., within
the corporate limits which reads, "That
any perscn or persona who shall discharge
any gun or pistol or set firo to, explodo,
or use anuy squib, tire-cracker or explosive,
or any other dischargem of powder, except
in the discharge of some public duty,
shall forfeit and pay for each and every
such offence a sui not exceeding tor.
dollars: Provided, that on Christmas
or other holiday the use of fire-crackers,
fire-works and oilier harmless explosives
shall be at the discretion of the Intend.
ant," be amended by inserting after the
words "ten dollars" and before the word
"provided" the following: "Or be im
prisoned not more than ton days."
Done in Council, thii thirtieth (lay of
April, A. ). 1879, under the corporate
seal of the said Town Council.
JAS. A. J3IICE,
B. S. Cu.MNDLXYC,
THE 8 'ATE OP SOUTH CAtOLINA,
COVNTY 01" F"A I FIELD.
COURT OF COMIIMON PLEAS.
Sarah . Catheart. Plaintiff, againt
Samuel B. Clowiey, It. S. Desportes &
Co., The Nat onal Bank of Chester,
South Carolina, lIopkins, Dwight &
Co., II. W. Friedenwald, The Winus
boro National Bank of Winnstboro,
South Carolina, George H. MoMaster
ant- Francis Gerig, as Assignees of the
Winnsboro National Bank of Winns
boro, South Carolina, 11. C. Howard
as Secretary of the %!aryland Fertilizing
and ManufaictuitringComnlpany, and John
A Fraser, Defentants -Summons for
Reliof. Complaint not Served..
To the Defendants above-named:
OU ARE IIEREBY summoned and
Y required to answer the complaint
in this action, which is filed in the office
of the Clerk of Common Pleas, for the
said county, and to serve a copy of your
answer to tei said complaint on the sub
scribers at their office, No. 6. Law hIange,
Winnisboro, South Carolina, wit-hin
twenty days after the service hereof, ex
clusive of the day of such srervico; and if
you fail to answer the complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complain I.
Dated 7th day of April. A. D. 1879.
MoCANT.S & D)OUGLASS,
To the Defendant Samuel 11. C.lowney.
TAKE notice that the summnons in this
action, of whichk the foregoing is a copy,
wvas tiled in the oilice of thie Clerk of the
"ourt of Ccmm aon Pleas for the county
and Stato aforesaid on the 7th day of
McCANTS & DOUGLASS,
.Plain tiff's Attorneys,
-7th day of April, 1879. o . S C
april 8-Ilaw~w Lu
TRIE FRIEND OF ALL!
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills
gave mec a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and keep them
in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has curecd my headach,
that was chronic.
"1Igave one of your Pills to my bab"
for cholera marbus. Tue dlear little
thing got well in a day."
" i y nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of Holloway's (intmnn
cured me of noises in the headi. I
rubbed somne of your Oin',uent behkind
the ears and the noise has loft."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but thke medicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills,"
"Let me have three Ihoxe. of your
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
these, but want of space compels me to
Fon CUTANEOUS, DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is most invaluable. It - does not
heal externally alone, but penetrates
with the most searching effects to the
very root of evil,
ROi4LO WA Y'S OINTMENT.
P'ossessed of this remedy, every main
inay be owvn doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any In
ternal complaint; by these means, cures
sores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver, spineoor- other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff joints, gout, rheuma.
ttism. and all skin diseases.
IIPORT4Nr OAurow.-None are genuine Un
less-the signature of J. H AYnomc, as agent for
the United States surrounds each box of Pills
aud Cintmeont. Bo0x(s at 9!I centf, 69 cents, and
1*" Th'ere is considerable saving by taking
the larger sizos. HIOLLOWA' f 00,
feb 16-ty -Now York.
Canned Goods-Tomatoes, Peach-,
es, Sainfon, Sardines, Pickles, &o,
Teas-Gunpowder' and Young
Hyson. 3. 31. BEATY & 00,
A Good Five Cents Oigar----he
11."Afer Dinner," at F. W., a
wrouT's, Rear'.of Town Hall.
. "solid Comfort"r OI ar at 2
oents each, at a.W i~ NIoI* s,
Washingtsi street Xt of To*
Tho IVST, LATEST IMPIZOVED,
mdi aIo THOROtCMLY ctiaructed
SEWING MACH CNC v inventet. .in
the wearing1 IntMI- at o liItlun of thm DCO1T
STEL, CAREFULLY TEMPCRED
nwt :re ADJUSTABLE.
It I ti.r (lot) A 2 .107J1NH.7OX, t1
iiaH the J(iLN!L2 .fllZ~A1 It. ia t10
Esiest Throaded Chuttlo.
The 3OBBINB nro WOUND without
RUNNI!G or U.NTRIMADING tho
It has a SLF-SETTINO MEDLE It
IVITIIOUT TMI M~NG; It 1111 IL LA~UG
8PAVE etler tho anri; it i NOI88M.Ms,
amtd hast 11101.0 iilitts oft YX~juLLkXN0YS than
all other mIititica combintd.
*:VAg-ontos wa~nted In RocatItle
whero wo aro not rnproscntecti
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
OR a good drink-Lemonitle,
Mlint Julep, or any other de.,
lightful Spring Beverage, call at
MORNING STAR SALOON,
Rear of Town Hall.
CORN AND HAY.
UST Received---at the old stand of T.
R. Pobertson-5,t00 pounds Timo
thy and Clover Hay. Two Car Loads
NORTH CAROLINA CORN.
All of which will be sold very cheap for
mch 22 JO D. McCAtLEY.
OLE Agent for Winnsboro for
Nathan Bros. 1863 Old Cabinet
Rye Whiskey. F. W. HABENIOUT,
Rear of Town Hall.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
3'or a1 the purose a1. )'amin Phyal,
Indigest onou Stonmasch, .Brath,
Truea ld"oBi ryan*a Rhot~i am,
for turifying the Blood,
Are the most ef.
-fective and conge
nial purgative ever
* discovered. They
are mild, but ef'
fectual in their
the bowels surely
and without pain.
v in their operation,
they are still the
most thorough and
- scarebing cathar
tic medicine that can be employed : clean.
ing tho stomach and bowels, and even the
blood. In small doses of one pill a day,
they stimulate the digestive organs and
promote. vigorous health.
Ayan's Przr.s have been known for
more than a quarter of a century, and have
obtained a wvorld-wide reputation for their
virtues. They correct d iseased action In
the several assimilative organs of the
body, and are so composed that obstruc
tions within their range can .rarejy with
stand or evade them. Not only do they
cure the every-day complaints of every
body, but~ also formidable and dangerous
diseases that have baflied the best of
human skll, While they produce power
ful offects, they are, at the same time, the
safest and beat physic for children. ,By
their aperlent action they gripe much lessn
than the common purgative., and never
give pain when the bowels are not inflamed.
They reach the vital fountains of the blood.
and strengthen the system by freeing h
fronm the elements of' weakness.
Adapted to all ages and conditions in
all climates, containing neither calomel
nor any deleterious drug, these Pills may
be taken with safety by anybody. 'Thei'r
sugar-coating preserves them ever fresh,
and taakes them pleasant, to take; while
being purely vegetable, no harm eAn arise
from their use in any quantity.
Dr. i. C. AY(R & CO., LoWell, Mass.
FORL TH~E BEST CIGAR
CIALL for the "Model-three for
J25 cents at F. W. HABENIOBT's.
Th AT WILL
ASTONISH YOU ? LOOK :
Sugar-Cured Uncan~issed Hams at 10D
cents per lb.
Good Coffee Sugar atS 8 ents per lb.
Beat 1Rio Coffee at 17 cents per lb.
Pure Leaf Lara at 10 cents per lb.
Fresh Soda Orackarsat .10 cents per lb,
All sorts of Sweet Cakcea at correspond
inlglyligw low prices.
Also, 16 or 21) Bble. New faecerel Flah
In different sized packages suitable for
farm use, Give me. ae I will not be
undersold, W. H. DONLY.
7iOhbestalfdime smoke, tr
F"The Smasher,:' agerior toall
f Town Hall.
toildersigned. Jre r-espeetfully
infa he i pth that behal
o haoe a m0
A RRIV ED
At the Winnsboro Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods and Millinery Bazaar
a second lot of new, cheap and ole.
gant goods. Millinery and Fancy
Goods in all the latest stylos and
novelties of the season. Mrs. Bong,
having a first-class milliner to assist
her in this Department, is fully proe.
pared to please the most fastidious,
and will take pleasure in doing so.
A beautiful line of Silk and Cotton
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Ladios' Jabots and Tiets or Scarfs ;
Dress Goods, Buntings, Poplins,
Silke. Buttons, Fringes, Trimmige
-'-in fact a full stock of such goods
as are usually found in a first-class
Millinery, Dry Goods and Fancy
A beautiful line of ladies' and
Children's Slippers, Gaiters and
Shoes; also, a nice assortment of
A full and fresh stock of Family
Groceries: Bacon, Meal, Flour,
Corn, Sugars, Coffees, Soaps,
In abort, you can find all you want
at J. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheap as
the same goods can be bought-any
where. Don't forget to call. No
trouble to show goods.
J. 0. BOAG.
Sixteen new and first-class Sewin
Machines to be in store in a day or
so. The New and Improved Verti
cal Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, the
New and Improved American, rang
g in price fron $20 upwards.
These Machines are from the facto
ries of good, responsible companies,
and are warranted to be just as
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfield County.
FRESH GOODS 1
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bbls. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2, boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 besl
60 bble. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., caus and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
WVine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Salice.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES
All of whic~h will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. U FLENNIKEN.
GR AND OPENING I !
Have her cousins and her
sisters and her ap uts
seen such an endcless'
variety and magnifon6
NEW SPRlING AND BUMMERU GooDs
as were purobased at the recent great
sale. in New York, and will be Eold at
dur stook is complota in dry good*, .no
tions, embroideri, ladies' neokwear, per
fumiery, hosiery, ldies' hats, millinery,
atraw goods, gent's fuanithing good s ir
all branches, latest style straw and ,fel
hats, boots, and shoes in all sises to~
ladies. gentlemen, misses 'and ohilden
cloth and leather. Also,' the lateMstyl e o
NAVASSA GUANO. BAY STATE~
IS called to our Now, Largo and A
only a fow varioties of which (for
Alpacas, Victoria Lam
Bleached and Brown Homespun, Col
Drills, Printed Lawns, Ticking, Table I
OUR NOTION ]
is full and complote, with all the Nov<
Ladies' Scarfs, Fans, Gloves, Collars i
Wo have just received as Full a Liii
Shoes as can be found in the State, im
respectfully ask the public to oxamino
We have the Largest Stock of MNom
Hats In Town, with some Specialties i
A full line of Clothing that will asto
A full stock of Family and Plantati
REMEAMBER, WE DON'T I
by selling loadintrarticles at loss than
at a LIVING PROFIT, and as cheap
HOES. GRAIN. CR)
FOR DESIGN AND WOIRl]
Before making your purchasos elsewh
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SU:
I keep on hand a full supply of
Coffins of the~ finest finish. Also, a el
8EST P~AMILY SE
The'NE~W AMERICAN" is ealy learned, doe
with lcss labor thani any other machine. Ilii
i n. novr.ir. rdnmr (M I. c
3. 0. BOAG, Agent for Fairfiled.
mkm-s in1 equctal to
h~hs 'a~as ait tho Vi
~S. IY' SEWS ONE-FO
.2 nds~f. fits cap acity ia u
GGO MACHiNES sold
.a~ combi~ed sales of all
~N~fiMO AT A' HMENlTfoi
~THOUT PATCHINQ, giver
AT THE MORRIS H50ISE you a
~et transient or regular board at prices t9
juit the times, wth accoo odatious no~
SHOES. PIEDMONT GUANO -
ol slelcted Stock of Dry Goods,
want of space) we montion, to. wit
Pique J, Cambrics,
tonade, Plaid Homespun, Linen
)ainask, Towels, Napkins and Doilies
ilties and latest styles in Button
mnd Cuffs, etc.
o of Ladius' Misses' and Children's
ulo ospecially for our trade, and wo
' and Boys' Felt, Wool and Straw
n Sti-aw Goods.
nish cash purchasers.
>n Groceries, Hardware, &c., &c.
3AI OUR CUSTOMERS
cost ; but we will sell all our goods
is they can be bought anywhero.
F. ELDER & CO
LD LES. PLOWS.
LNTED AS REPRESENTED.
I THAN EVER.
A now supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic.,
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
IT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICES
) TO MAKE~ TO ORDER.
M~etalie and Rosowood Cases
eap stock of Coffins,
IT is THE '
ONLY SEWING MIACHi1I
WUICnI H:&i A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
HNever Bireaks the Thread.
Never Skips Stitches.
MIs the Lightest l;:nning.
||A Now and Sim ple Device
Winding the Dobbin,
Without novin~ he tra from
The Eimpliat, the MXost Duirable
and in every respect theo
a not Lact out of order, and will do more w.,rk
istrated Circular furniahed on aLplication.
harloo Stroot, Dalmaoro, ?4.
a Chronorneter inatch, and1
ret-class Piano, It reoloI4
onna and-Contennial Expe,
URTH FASTER than other
inlimited. There are 1V
In the United Stte hj
the others.' The .
r dal kinds of topar~~