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rtrk. 4 fm -
Board of IIe\th---,anes A. Bric
lir-,K. Elllott, Cashie
e p1asbd'to learn that. Mr. 1'
C. 14 .:of pb'iboio, a forinr si
-Iy. d .Mfount Zion, lias takjo a vol
roi f16 stnitd at Davids(m ".Qg1leg
tIis.mrl ation'papers i-idLatti i
ith nt wOra eP.iillf' good.
' ;aylt\l'i M6&Lm'one of tl
.editdt 'a of th'C1Cest'er 'tate -13nlleIi
lias assulticlltiini.ir'vbargc of i
13pck 1111 Ilerald. Mr. McLure
ai. gxperlonced journalist and w
Znaintain the alreicdy h1ighrc1baracter
the IrlaZd. ie d6s 'SIot s'iVr -1
c!1i1 1 Yith'!lie. Bitlletin..
.' AN p-vLr,L1;.EoA--Dalightt\ll
situaoteinear" the tiottittains in -Mecl
- 1$}[ .ctity -North; Caroliii
(NTi'ihstutien 6t3'era: ;great 11
"'e d;ticnihi1h ' for -.a - salubliious el
J4t*; fgr students. The standard
edtnktfolutoe saii lbfgooc' jnidges to I
(lit egtial to thatof Princeton Cool1;
ith the advantage of being a Soutidir
i,istft,idif':T.he:-students last 'yel
umbot'ed one hundred and six,':
whtcich iimber one-third were Semi
- Criimiati. Ili t1ie:lnirs'.this yea
the comparative supremacy of Soni
gproli itil.nctioti was in a gedat
ra o. The moral advantages ofti
h lo:P itidatoLck."o its-)thlth. "'r
0td0 f the -Qol1'ye is 'decidedly r
. lZI Jitt at' Si' n s-i' sour
i't es' tiusted' of Pi-esbyterii
.r~~nt sfi it( 't"i eice
chaper thiti','av other -co
lIgeof;itt,.)igh grad-' "board isit
d lltrp 't, miolitli, 'autid' gddc 'iiiouluaIa
thdeVith paIeairI amrqpsfor the ext
-z-. 1@ 9. le4. ail. he prot,
soiat'e al ab le men an' i outhei
cluoatd non".. Dr..,II 1 Profe
eor Liathj er and Professor Samnps2
- -- ara* Thlf' the' Uliiv'ersity
* iL .'i2 Prof'essor Sampson, wi
ted 'Ale in a Gernu
s1i.eI,, s ,X a 'thbi'ough linguin
W .ul cbaelnd the Davids<
College tr our ai-fild friends.
n W4lMiierait Aiu el aarates,T:
n'tijoigw l3d'ne1.'The rainis a
'Atted,' ii einme1looliis iv'''
-su'i 'fioin a sevein weeks'.drong
-*winds b iig none. Clouds come up b
no rain fallsf eve'n th'e wet spell .eai
erly winds ornly give us a mist. '1T
- earth Is parced,. and gardens are bur
up. As for the cotton - crops, tl
- eetiesmalhl but healthy, and perfect
o~LNbf Neid. C?orhi does niot groa
*Too dry 'to planti peas. .Oats, gene
ally go,od, but.tho yields not as lari
Some~ have been actually Lhreshed o
and measured up, and have yield<
from si,teen sto twenty-five bushele
the acre. Were the B3oro oats '-ldati
likewise, or was It a guess or,as
- mise, gype theAPacordingto my bi
* jludgment." .plau- adpted to ascerta
the quandty? Wheat here 'isge
"Colored" berries ai-e getting ripe
small, but plentiful. Plums (old fiel
- in f '~blqst;y,agd :0Ilrries almoset goi
betLts' of the field seem to
sor' l' a tedi Some kind of- dis<
vi .In g othe e nine family,.al
they have been, and are being,. k!il
around and below hero, by the dozei
* I&s a good mp y, and the'post mu
to NeoM td elio tliat the, l'ungsa
* the '%eat of diopg.. Qaptai Rhine h
lo6t three mileHi doive within the ke
>Weeks. The following sympton
- see imarI tdistemper: first, t
" - animals b * tfroop, then they
a if t then p' fr
exu~ fromTo moui Hand death fi
1 We hiave a case :of mumps,
a i healthy.
eaO~rs. itors, it possible tl
~t~hree t are 'closer
- tb.tthh than they hai
- lydor ag ucarer than th
Swill if' gn o turles 'to. cor
are 4 n~~&~ influosoe in,
~ $d ii6ttdane 'gphere'
W4,ain& rumor. of *ay
.reou~it tfe air,ai strange thhi
Ype gb1 .-inpe
rel;Chill. Peota 'oJ Via are
a itr.ogenq seer i 11 be
"4Pr4otetal.t- 1,i$IJst Caidintal of
tEngland, Caucaaiai. Quee \'lctoria is
-1 . t1W i A Xtiaiiil C6yivayo,
* Etna js laiiig a; fIr'st class .ortptionl,
D. ani thre oitlos are threatened - with
e" ,the fdteof-UIeacuh tientin and P'ompeil:
in elcons are in.' Aril," blow: In:.right
, eous Puritan Massachusette fithers and
intlies, imitating the fafth 'of Abra
" ham, .sacrifice child daughters. A
ar woman gets b urnt 'to' deathi in her
ril. carr'iage' with cott on and straw, whilst
nl riving hoi.ne. l isshi has .or Nihil
d- ts, Oio' hr (tnbaciters, 'zalifior
id ii> her Xeaipe, '..l1a'. has her
n- droirght-and so has R idgeva,p Can
ha these things be? -..Slcuu itN.
er' UtcATir OF PiitNCa N.tioiu1ox.--Tho
9n telegraph .briigs the startling -an
Dh nounceinent of the death of the voting
id French Priiu:e.'inlerial, Ni'p6lebii Eu
r- gene Louis J(an Joseph, son of Napo
or loon- the Third and tile Empress Eu
ot treniio, He was just in his 24th year
in t06 btall' vior of -young nlanliood
or having been torn In the pala~e' of tihe
lio ''uiIerios, Paris, lMhrci 16;.1856. Iis
v, education was carefllly" ittMTdedl to,
and be bade fair to be a distinguished
military man. At the opening of the
Franco-German war he uecomnlpaunied
', his fatlief,.thi Eniperor, .to Matz.; and
thence to Saarb'ck, where, aecordin g
to lNapojdegut dispatch to ELugeni?, he
' iecived lhis baptism of irre. 'lihe cou1
diti' oMfhe* lfie"ch -army. becoming
r. crilical the youmig Prince was sent to
Beh_iuin, whence ho afterwa.ids went
- to England, where h'e.remnained with
it.-.' his. iouther .at Caislhiurst until the
'v reverses to the British forces in South
SA!'ricu' whbtt'he emerged from his rc
. urement. mitd tondered his sword to the
countrv whiich had aiorded him shel
ter hid protection. While on a recon
+." noiterinig.expeditioni with I}is,brother
1? hfli's ;tlio-' party - was - ambushed by
49 . uii*s i Tri nce Napoleo'n' vas killeil
to by in'ast,egai.
11 -In his first speech in the Senate,.
sas the Chicago 1'imes, 'Wade
of llamptoil. lintiuated that the South
Is -'cot Mnot be blamed for trusting' her
'rutiests Iin peace to those who risked
her li.,s and''tu'ies f'o) he' Iin war,'
v aid'that 'if the No'rth had -in like' man
k er honored those who fbtgrht her bat
tles, the legislation of the coutry would
?. not-bo'embittered by sectional. strife.'
!t 'idgrei wts' so i'nuch fact in. this hit that
I- it must have caised some discomfort
of aniong those at whona is was aimed.
1e ' 'hol. Republican leacers in. Congress
alp not Feddi'al brigadiers. In fact there
a '' Lelir ainan ini any way conspicuous
n. tlht'sidt:of either house of Con
ir 'bss who 'fbun1d .i 'wny to the flont
t uriin thi ltf6 ="unpleasantudss. Lo
tih , it Is true, "i' oie or the mlost rap
id' of his party,., :bt..-}obodv ' would
think of claiming leadership for him -
h nni besides, Logan's gabble signifies
[r, .alt.hLing. It is' -more incbiltinence of
s sieech. le cat't - 111p .it,- alid, after
' 4Ilshing one of his ocasimuil .roars,
wouldi iprobably be 'uzzled to tell what,
it was all about." ....
Li- -The Atohiso1,...(;f- "sas)1 Patriot
thinks that Kantis:.- has -been particu
.litrly' unoflttt fihih t -.l 'ti*n of'ho
United. States Senitors. '''There was
J( .1lll.. 'He Illls' st ibid9's grave.
in There wis Iiomncrw. 'A .thousand
"a years will not efihce his metino. T'1 here
was Ross. Ile dai'ed to do ri;rht, and
i, '-well, RosNs sy tttiidb'y-lis party,
aIiyld 611olitical death. 'ierewas
Q- gltllw. .1Ui'ivd'..i ' disgrac flam.
m he SeYnaite,^ h ' resfs'- now4' ht deep
of oblivion. Thet.is Lngalls. -H so
a trial and tho seii( - is -not yet. There
was 'lHarvby,. poor old1 Iarvey, so'f
SbelMw mnediocri ty-the world has for
T gotten hitn. And -there is Plumb.
rt: Tl'ie atory'which wye print' elsewhere of'
n him gpes.to fill U~ (the messures of our
xunenv alile' fame given tus by our
-A most unit us 'iial of.. Slill is to
Ihe take pla1ce tis month in PhIladelpMia.
'i A .worthy Episcopalul'ia.i.vcu $.30Q
-which is to be. spent ini przes to be
re gii,wehnte young stu.depts of divini
rd tiahtocri'd* thefbesy reashing eithlier
hit of thne services of' the'- chnirch or the
Scripture.. ptudenits fi:om five of' the
y seinaioswill .o-mpete for'the .lirizcs
ut, Nie gentlemeu arc.e' osit as An ex
-~ amining bgar4, pd4 'with" this select
a congregationi beforei them the young
nterafors aro to bxhiblt' theii gifts amnd
ly-The 25th anpiversary of the Re
v* publican partys ' egencss' is to 'e
' celebrated July 20th, at Worcester. If
rthin gyntlemni #jil '6mIy wait a few
(O nm'6nth thiy! *ill be' able to clebrato
o. its exodis a,s wol.-Boatog Posg.
d . - .OWNi #A,iNTE OE.
to .3EIT ENACTS and: orilained by the
d' Intend1ant and Wardens 'of the
. rwn >dt Viha' fio, 8,sC .. in flo unoil
hiscililhd, -tnd *'by' the 'anthnority of then
i st ane;ttkrat :ithereuhl be a1 43ond of
in Health created, to consist of 'three citi;
zens of the town,' one of wvhomi shall be a
' prdiigyyiin who shall hold their
ofiico na'til tihe first day of 'may sueceed
d) ing their ap'pointment, and until their
.succeas6tfahall be appointed.
Adbe itfurtJoe ated4 and '0r
ned tat th memb . aidhBoar'd
re Ahc41 be. annualyk anpointd b,y each
eosi Town iConno1' as idognu ira pra &Icable Of4er
ad the 'inNaialin o the, Int.Odait and
ed 3. And be it further enacted and or
1 .dmainedl, thlat'dluring the months of June,
J .uly,rAuigast. .ainmd September, the said
Bhca sh'all bxaandhe tne yrremises of amll
nIt residents of amnd per'sons doing buisine4I
.~ within, the corporanto limits of said town,
'at lea.it"oi'on 4i hionth; ad rdpdrit" tot -he
Town Council any uiatter whicel'n their
as judgment is deleteridus to the health of
ist the town.
4. That the members of said Board
leshall, in consideratIon- of their services,
b0 h xempted from street tax while in
>th 6. And be it further enacted a.id or
clained, that any person resisting the
lentrance of the mnembers of said Board
n'o upn any part' of ,th r prQr ~ es, except
he ~ir dwellingeq~ lo e fined five
*olai;s'for each o ,' mprisoned
ay foi- ten'da's, aponi conviction.mrsn
. An4.b O 6 further enaoted and or
kat .4 d,~h.4)1 any person who' shall..fail or
nelo et .any mytter upon their
topremises,~ rdp#rtedb the Board of Health
VO as.a nuisance,,.for' treoo:dayn after notice
oy requiring ths,same, 'ser'ved by the Chief
of'Tohlioishall be hid one dollar (for
9 each day a such failure or negleoo, or abe
on imriaoned,one day'for oach dayssc
igs also, from timp to time, report any matter
et, not upon the premises of any oitizen, or
even tiot within the corporate lin,pits,
which In their judgment nay injuriously
nd, a#eo6 the health of. tjhe town, fIr the
i On o11totm such 'action as it may
'Done In COu1nell tWi the sixth day of
. D. 1 78 coporate
,fOARD OF iEALTI
IN Ibws leby given tat .
. Ltuld nnsl M.sr8. c0.. II.
Master and J. J. Neil have bocu ,api
ed by tio Cgini to4 so,o a , .
of health during' tfe , eo,t muni
yeat, and that tltey iil upumnencoe q
1r6 of July to malke an iPlspection <
yarda in town. 'All citizens are carn
ro'.ultta to haiv" theh premises
ougltf disi'.footod'nnd to remove an
cayed vegetable matter likely to pu
sickineys. Any persons having know
of any cause that.will ljfoct the 1tall
tho .Yowvn are reqiuested to report the
to the board of hetlth. All reconi
da tioiis. made by the board of healti
be rigidiy iuforcod as provide(
health ordinaneb. JAMES A. BRIC11l
juno 21 Intends
REPORT F THE CONDITIO
Winnsboro Nalioni Ba
AT'Wlnahoro, in th. Stato of
c.it-rolii i, at the iclbso of busi
June 14, 1879.
Loans and l)isotunts, $69,3
U. S. Itor,ds to secuird
circu iation, 75,0
Duo froln approvod
resorvo agents, I
V. Ionr'aoiler Nats-nal
lisi l~st,. 8i;ssnr
uad F i,Iurs4, , 1,4
Cu-rent 1"xp'nses and
''axes Pasi, C
Iliilla o oiher U n e.nka. :
Frncti., al Vrerscey (inhud.
ing Nickets ) . 11
Speci(", (ituiu ling.gnsI,
'Tre:sury ecrtificates) 2, h
i egsl. Tie-der Notst,. 2,3
Redemption fund with U. S.
'Treas.,5 per cent.of circulation, 2.8
Capital Stock paid in, $75,0(
Surplus Fiund, .P,
Ui,'tiided profits, 2,1,
National imak ibotes out
Insiividua deposits subject
.-to check. . 10, 1
Duo to'other National Banks, 1,2i
1'ATI, OF S0U'l H t'AIROLINA,
C'onnt.y of Fa irfteld.
I. T. . K.. Elliott. Cashier of
above namel Ban;r, (o sole
swear that the nbove stnloinent is
to the best of mny knoWle'lge And b1
- -. .s .T. K. ELLIOTT, Cashi
S Cublcribed and FwQIr 19 bcfore
this 20th day of June, 1879.
WM. N. CHANDTER, Notiry Pi
W. R.. ROllTSON,
0. I. McMASTIER, ? Directors
D. U. ILENNIKEN, )
' juno 21-1t
Figured Muslins, Figured
White Lawns, Ceiiteoinial Str
Unbleached Slheetings and .D
A lot of Shoes from the Virn
State Prison, every pair of whic
Gent,s> Straw: and Fur Hats o:
. Cassimneres, ,$Tweeds; eaus
Cotton ad es,
. , cl[ASTN,I & C
N. B-A lot of Blue Fltjnnel
Yacht Cloth Suits for sale cheal
\-FEW veryilno thorou ghi blood
Sthe best in the county. f!oventi
laya old, and wvill weigh sevant,
pounds. D. R, FLENNIgl
WITH IMPROVE~D ROL
J. M. ELLIOTT, WINNSB3ORO,
The subscriber has.had fifty y
experience'ini the gin business..
J. M. ELLIOT
S H IPMA1N
* DUPLICA T1NG
Simple, CotiverIlilt, Neat un
Cheap. Every bnines man
should have one.
NO INK 0l1 1 EN IIIQII
*The flndersignet is prephra
fiti or.ders~ Sam in,ube se0
any time.. I, 8. HANDL,ER,
1OR a cool Lemonade or Ice
Q Wra/4. WNAE.
I" t, ,' THE L1GiRTr~1NING
ou \ HOMIs
Ilh of " '
The 3ET, LATEST IMPROVED,
4 30 ui" mot-t THOROUCHLY couttructed
13 72' SEW FnG MAC@H ZW C ever invented. AnI
th' 00 (he wnhrlig haria 6ro ntto of the BEGT
STEL, CARE FULIY TCMPCRD ED
70 51 suit nre ADJUSTADLE.
.It I ns tho A t7TdrA tb1C TINFIO.f it
06 29 has liho L,AJtOE $T J3OJt)TINj .It hats the
E asicst Throadcd Shuttle.
- Tho JOBBINB are WOUND without
13UN8ING. oe U.N'TH1flADING the
73 83 M4AOHINE.
)8 (10 It liss a SLF.-SETTINO NEEDLE; It
tins n D11 AI,1or reguii ng lho lenigthu of stitch,
l1 59 WITiIOUT 'T'EI'ING; IL his a LAHOll"
SPAOI: under tie artun; It is NOISELESs,
ntul has more hlohttgQ of)(XOLLENCE~ thau
32 (1 5 all other tnttcinoa it n LE CEt.
35 00 A' VrAgente wantod in loonlitlos
whero we aro not roprosonted.
72 5 Johnson, Clark & Co.
1' 78 30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
60 MORRIS HOUSE.
.A T THE MORtfIS HOUSE you can
'3 33 got transient or regular boa rd a prices to
17 78 suit the times, with accommodations not.
surpassod in Wiklinsboro.
th e A. A. MORRIS,
1nl1 inch 26 Proprietor.
On. WIN1NTOIO aOTl'.
Wink. .-...... -.
MRS. M. W. BROWN.
r-- IS Hotel, situated in the centre o
r the town, ofli4s and guarantees to the
| public inducemonts unsurpased by any
Sotlor houso in the place. '"able sup.
plied with the best in the inarket. Coin
fortablo roonis and polite attention.
Terns- 2.00 por'day. ang 9-tf
'1IE. County Auditor, or an assist-int,
and 1 will be at:t4i following places au
stho days des;iguatyq, for the purpose of
'p8 r'eeiviagrotu'il'n ' tho taxpayers of the
and .county,r. t.o.nogrlial' you., yi.i
iille. Wood w,rd's, Juz' 6 and 1.
Rid gewy,. Juno!a'ad30,
Bllythiewood, Jnn it and 12.
Gladden's Grove, Jun 13.'
Caldwell's Storn, Junoal41'
rinia Dnurhami's, June 11 anadi17.
hi we Bear.Creek, June i.ankbla
.1Horob, June '.'3 ad. 2.4, .
Jenkinsville, June 25 anid 20.
Monticelio, June 27 lund 28..
Feastervillo, -June 30 and July 1,
White Oak, July 3..
F the .The oflico at this place (Winnsboro)
wvill be open from 1st to 5th June, and
--from -ith to 20th~ July. . Each tar payer is
--requiredl to make return on oath of all
.-reaul and puerponal property
a od ned or con trolIo , by them on
andJun lst. All ci 'zons bet.ween
the ages of twent.ono and sixty
.years, except those exemp1t by law, arc
.required to make return of' their polls.
0. Alter the 20th July, a fenalty of aifty per
cent. attaches. L. '. WVITHERS,
may 6 .txtf -County Auditor.
W would respectfully 'invite an
DrsinspOctionl of'ont toek of
[ bQrq,.n'iAciity.' '}0 "td.ci, con
smF.tS.Qf,rond,i.rme Crenadines, All
WVoolu.Buntings1 Lace. B3unting,
Paftir tIwn, 'Cod~ed Jade~ts,
of'JBrown-Linen Dress 'Goods, with
Laces for Trimming.. Odr Stock in
'oars al other lines is-full and comp)lete.
T imm pa.just ,oemi Nepnd
-r lota of simeres.tiouunscharlottes.
vi_ yle -millsOpdnEd( a e days 'sinae.
'S Ms t pS. ,ra7esiybaarssi
- 60 r ags for
Er. saloe:oe '
d PALYETTO ROUSE,
U DNRI '1I WINNS1I0JIo lOTEL1,
WOUf iaifor:W hit'frifld and the.
10tubio ttin B4zidial that' I' wall
fo t h anr abye' s sesoab
Shrsready to!walt o hm iha
s o f kltinuWs i A' hinen$hML tVf1 ,'tit thec
_______ ItlNK( ARIOSA COFFEE. __:_
THIRD ARRIVAL OF
NEW GOODS TIIS SPRING.
ALL WCOL Buntir.gs in Black and Colors, Black Crepe, Al
pacas, Cashmoros and Lawns. Linen Suitiugs in Stripos and Plain
Colors. A largo assortment of Whito Goods, such as Jacohots,
SwiRS, Victoria Lawn, Piques and Caunbries. A full line of Linen
Drills and Cottonados. Also, Cassimores, Bleached and Brown
Shirting and Shooting, Plain and Figured Lawns, Cambric* and
CAI.cOEs: I'.AL2COES!? CALICOES ! !
-CALL AND SEE- C
THE DI AMO1ND sml.
4 A nice line of Hats in Straw, Wool and Felt.
2 Our Shoo Stock is fuller thm over, which fact speaks for itself. 7
a Clothing in groat variety, and a full and complete stock of l
q No baits thrown out to catch the unwary. All Goods sold at a C
gitimnato Profit. o
P. S.--A largo addition to our Notion Department will arrive in
feLw days. F. ELDE'R & CO. E
may 20 C
- ItINK AIOSA COFFEE. I
FOR DESIGN AND WORKMANSHIP UNEQUALED.
EVERYTHING WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
-PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Fraines, Pic
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mn
trosses, and Children Car.
For pricos, call at the first
.w+ "- :rs}TJ Y EW class
Before making your purchases elsewhero.
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE AT MODERATEPRICES.
ALSO PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER.
I keep on hand a full supply of M3talio and Rosewood Cases ano
Joflins of the finest finish. Also, a choap stock of Coffins.
Soct 2R. W. PIHILLJIPS.
ON~LY SEW ING MACHIIN:
- ~WiCil I1.at A
. 11 has Erlf-Sett ing Needle.
Ncvcr l'rcakb tlic Thread.
13 the .iglitet I'.::nin
d A Now and Simple Device
Widing the Bobbin
t.u Ua1re nd!ngj rUn
*Tho C mplcci, the Jtost Durabli
and ia every reapcct the
BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHiNE.
The 'WEW AMERICAN" 1s easIly learned, dee not I:t.t out of ordr, and will do more w rk
with less labor than any other machine. Illustrated Circu.,r furngsa:a o:u app!!cation.
* t.DVEY, Mar'- Vt W. etarlos P'treo0t4 Da2himore,.?.
r. O, BIOAG, Agent ,for 1Fairfiold.
REA VALUABLE INVENTIDIl
_____THE WORLaD RENOWNED
ILSON SEW I G MACHINE
n workmianship Is equal to a Chronometer Watch, an#
laselegantly finished as a 'first-class Piano. It receive
he highest. awarde at tho Vienna and Centehiuial Ex pc
sitions.. IT SEWS ONE-FOUFktH PAST ft than ot he
ntachines..ltt capacity is unlimited. Thero are mor4
NiI.SON MACHINES sold in the United States thai
:he cowmbJed saIns . of all the others. The WIL.SQP
WIENDINC ATTACH MENT for doin gall kindisof repairing
NITHOUT PATCHIIC, given FREE with each macbine
AC WitSSON SEIGMACHEIE Co
CHICAGO LL. U. S. A,.
A PFNNY SAVED NEW GUJMMER COOK.
1Il''tOVBhiENT 01f 1879.
[S A PENNY GAINED. 8
You can save moioy bcallint the
Grocery Store of W. II..00 . -
*ust opethO a nico 19t of 8ugar Cured 0i. .'
ianvasse~ *ams at prices to .suit
the the Iii dd. A~e a se1 ot stook Coffees'., I
uid sugars. Aibukle's Unground floast- r
ad 06 fe a speoolty. All the favoriteo TO E
brands of Augusta Flou, Bolted Meal and ,L
N'arl Grits.- (kiued Goods of all do- '1~~2Q I1T J1U
moriptions, cihowin and Smoking Tobad. hefcoal kinds of UQgQI%ng and 9a
4. igare.frorm tb ~ eihst to the choeap-. lug,fs
es brand i35s a hoes.,t .lQw AhhI rea~$~ Troiatl ''
gnres, die andoclo ,,i .
4 zes, lower than the otl "fo The most sattns tory Stove ma le sAd4 t1
Iteshs. apuirkl U 011derw Vino - *
bhoo1 .M~tT %
SPRING AND SUM1t GOODS
Consisting of 200 pieces Calico,
50 pieces Muslin, 25 pieces Pique,
W'hite and Figured, 100 pieces
Bleached D)omestic, all seleot brands,
Now York Mills, Wamsutta and
Fruit of the Loom.
Dress Goods in all styles and
quality, All Wool Buntings, Cash
mores, Cottonades and Brown
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHhING,
Boots, Shoes and Hats is complete,
which we sell at very low prices.
All we ask is to give us a trial before
buying elsevhero, as we take par..
ticular pains in showit g our goods.
OUR NOTION AND MILLLNERY
Department is full of New Goods
and Styles. Ladies' Gloves from
one to six Buttons in Lyle Thread
and Silk. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Hose in all styles and
colors. Fans and Ladies' Neck Wear
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
Collars and Cuffs and many styles
100 Parasols at 25 cents each.
100 Neck Ties at 5 cents each.
25 pairs Boys' Buttori Gaiters,
worth $3.00, for $1.00-Nos. 10, 13,
and 1 to 4.
One lot Women's Shoes, Nos. 3
and 4, at 50 cents.
One lot Gents' Shoes, worth $3.00,
sold fdr $1.00.
Remember all these will .only be
sold for the next
at these prices, before taking stock
and a change of the Arlm.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESOIEL.
FOR a cool glass of Pure Lager
F Boor--superior to all others-call
at F. W. HABENIoHT's.
At the Winnsboro Dr~y (oods,
Fianey oods and Millinery Bazaar
a second lot of new, cheap and ele
gant goods. Millinery and Fancy
Goods in all the latest styles and
novelties of tihe season. Mrs. Boag,
having a first-class milliner to assist
her in this Department, is fully pre.
pared to please the most fastidious,
and will take pleasure in doing so.,
A beauti ful line of Silk and Cotton
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' Jabots and Ties or Scarfs ;
Dross Goods, B3untings, Poplins,
Silks, B3uttons, .Dringes, Trimmings
-in fact a full stock of such goods
as are usually fbund in a first-class
Millinery, Dry Goods and Fancy
A beautiful line of ladles' and
Children's Slipper's, "Gaiters and
Shoes ; also, a nice assortment of
.A full and fresh stock of F'amily
Grocries: Bacon, Mel riour,
Coin, Sugars, Cotees,, Soap,
In short, yQu #an And a you. g#
at J . 0'B0AWS,and: secep:a
the same goo an be boughtay,
wvhere. Don't foyget t al
trouble to show goods,
Sixteen new anzd f1M- a~ ##t "
1(achhies to be M'TsakI "
oal31ded Da~t, ~~~gaMd
New 4d1d Ith r~& 'A ldidtyi
rie of gocd, r##ullee6d
and are' wadatd 'to 6~
-eon to 1~a.' .M.V
have artiles akU