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M. MANO DAY r, BuIro3.
o. 8. vIIN,LDA4 AsoASm IaMm.
T11 Npw OnR.EANs Picaryne is
firmly persuaded that the Czar would
like to swap places with Charlie Ross.
It's hardly necessar. . They are equal:y
hard to find when they are wanted.
TiEp IfEv. CowLEY, WHO WAS Con
victed of'cruelty to orphans under his
charge, is safely immured in the pris
on at Blackwell's Island, and yet he
-bas nt .ben deposed from the minis
try, because, by the rulee of the Epis
copal Church, the accused must be
present at t- trial brought against
him, and : ,ley cannot appear for
trial befort ..o Ecclesiastical Court lie
cannot be deposed, and remains, there
fore, a minister in good standing dur
ig his term of imprisonment. He
will go through as soon as the church
get a chance at him.
Tim CITIZENS OF SAN FnlANCISCO
having threatened to organize a vigi
lance committee and hang Dennis
Rearney and other sand-lot orators
for thele recent Incen lary harangues,
these worthies are roosting a litle
lower. Nevertheless they have suc
ceded in paralyzing trade and run
ning capit41 off to Now York and other
cities. The Chinesp are also coming
to New York. Sant Francisco is un
dergoing a mild reign of terror. The
militia are under orders, and sevil
regiments of United States troops are
flocking thither to be ready for the
fray if Dennis Kearney becomes un
rully, which is hardly probable at those
Tur SUPRE3E CoUpT OF THE United
States, havii)g loosed the brakes,
is running full tilt over the rights of
dtates. The recent decisions about
the fourteenth amendment went pret
ty far, but Judge Bradley's opinion
just delivered on the Supervisors' law
out-herods Herod. The Supreme Court,
through Judge Bradley, decides that
the United States government has the
right to supervise all elections for
Congressien and Federal electors,
and to abridge, alter or amend all
State laws relating thereto. Judge
Field and Judge Clifford again dis
sent from the majority, and the form
er has written a very able opinion.
lie expresses surprise that his col
leagues have seen fit to go contrary to
former decisions of their body. Un
der Republican rule the States are fast,
becoing mere municipal corpora
tions without any power whatever.
Whether this state of afthirs will be
allowed to continue depends on the
result of the contest this fall. It may
be that Judge Field will be chosen as
the standard-bearer of the struggle for
constitutional libert y.
Educators are continually inventing
new methods ot' teaching, anad eacth be
lieves lie has discovered the royal road
to learning. The latest experilnent is
in Massachusetts, and we believe is
called the Quincy method. By 'It
children are instructed orally, and
text books are abolishcd. The lessons
assume the conversational form, or in
other words are simple lectures, vari
ed by questions anad answvers. Again,
instead of teaching to read in the read
lng books now in use, they have
adopted the plan of publishing such
books as Robinson Crusoe, "Puss in
Boots" and "Cinideirelia or the Class
Slipper." It is claimed that children
become much more interested ini this
sort of literature than in thme patch
work style of readers now in use. The
object of this method seems to be to
-abolish anything like machine teach
ing from thme schools. Advocates of
the plan are enthausiastie.
We have nuot given thRe sub)ject suffi
clent thought, and indeed are niot
suffle'iently acquainted wvith the de
tails, to pass any decided opinion as
to its merits. But a glance shows thiat
much can be said en both sides. With~
bright inquiring children the Quincy
p)lan would succeed admirmably. But
there are hundreds ot children who
must have knoivledge driven into
them vi et armia, whom only a thor
ough drill can infusee anly knowvledge
ito. No good teacher will confine
himself too closely to routine, and in
cidental lectures and talk on all sub
je3ts continually arise. Tihe Quincy
method is no nerv thaing. Indeed,
Northern educators, inm adopting Rob
inson Crusoe and Cinderella as text
books, are just iiow reaching a plan
long ago inm use in the South. Still
we believe carefully prepared readers
are indispensable to secure the best
- results. Fairy tales and short stories
are admirable for the nursery, but
there must be text books in schools.
Teachers should possess general
knowledge and should impart it iin
eldentally,- as before said, but there
should be0 a regular curriculum. Much
is Written about children's overtnsking
themselves, and much needless sympa
' thy is wasted. Very ibw children are
ijured by over-werk, while those
who are afflicted with too little zeal
are legion. Education neced Rot be all
bitter and nauseous, but there is such
a thing as destroying the vital princi
S Pie of the dose administered by sugar
coating it too heavily. No one system
will succeed. A good teacher must
'The Comptroller General of this
StAe advertises tthe has on haand
;' th "znof *8O ' dirn vestment in
.W~pieo~ ~ouda hdstocks and ,sinch
C stocks as havn.'nQt
time ~th5otnow questioned by
Staten e tes soajed bids tot
ti he8th of April. .
THE REVENT DEoIsIONs.
Action of the Virginia Menate In Relation to
the Decisions of tho United Statws tuprnjq
1ICHMON,1O NA., March 11.-Ii'the
Senate to-day a preaiblo and resouit
tions Were adopted relative to the te
cent deolsion otthe United States Su
proume Court on the case of J. ). Coles,
county JUdge of this State, indleted in
the UnIted States Court (Judge Rives)
for falling to put negroes on juries.
The preamble reeltes i - eteet that the
decision threatens the very existence
of State governments as diAtinet sover
eignt-les, places the Judiciary of the
State comle tely under the cottrol of
the Ulite States, and if followed to
Its logical results Ivill enable the Unit
ed States Congress to coerce the State
judiciary its well its the State executive
and legislative departments in all mat
ters, thus destroying every vestige of
State sovereIgntv--a most alariniig
doctrine to IIlI who value the blessings
of' liberty for tile securitt of* whicl the
United States consutitutiton itself was
established and ordained. The resolu
tions urged Virlinia's Senators aid
Representatives fn Congress to procure
a repeal of all laws of Congress which
tend to tlie exercise of' powers not dele
gated to the United States by the con
StItutiOn1 nor prohib1ited by it to States,
and especially of that act. nlider wihich
the decision mentioned was rendered,
and request the Goveriior to commlillunIi
Cate copies of tile resolutions to the
governors of the several States with a
view to having the Legislatures there
of take similar action. The General
Apsembly, ill &xccordanee with a jointI
resolution agi'eed to last niulht, will
adjourn it 11 p. Iml., anIld It is unproba
ble that the foregoing action of thle t
Senate will be concurred in by the
2'AT 'RACE CIAP TENNVSON.
From the Detron, Free Press.
"I'm kinder lookin' around for a
book of poetry to give my daughter on
Christmas," explained anl oldish look
in m1an the other day as a clerk in a
Wl lodward avenue 'book-store came
forward to wait on him.
"Yes sir. Have you any choice of
"Wa-al, I s'pose they are all on' the
same pece," replied the old niail as he
scanned the shelves. "I don't know
much about 'em, but the gal she seems
to think a heap of' that 'ore chap itaned
"Tennyson, you inean."
"Wa-a8 I g1ess so. I haint. no hand
to remnenber names. Do you know
anything about this 'ere Ten'nyson ?"
"Why, le's on1e of tile leading
"Move around In purty good socie
ty, does le? Ever hear le wasn't, ex
" 4 r. Tennysouls supposed to
be a gentlemanl," said the astonished
clerk, "though, of* course, I don't
know anything about his private life."
"Does lie use any slang words in
"Of course not."
"Anything about girls clopin' away
from homec with pirates or robbers?"
"Not a word.'
"The reason I'm a hetlo pertickler,"
said the old man, "is because my gal
is rather on the romance. She's just.
dying to Riope ofi' with some pirate or
be lugged oil by sme Injunl-killer, and
if' that 'ere Teonnyison is on the slope I
don't want his verses "
"'Oh, you can be sure that 1118 pem.s
are all right. They contain nothing
but the puresL't sentimnenit."
"''Notheri thing is, one of the girls in
our neighborhood sent oil' after' some
one0's p)oemsi, 01nd that 'ere pampiIhlet
come nigh wyorkin' a heal) of' evil.
There wias a song in it about a boy
with a glass eye. and another about.
flirtin' with a feller con tile corneri, and1(
I can't tell you what. 'Twasnm't a
week af'ore ouri Sarah begun to Ray
she'd like to "collar' a beau," and askin'
hiei mother ''not to give lipr away,"
anid all such slang as that. I kept her
churnin' butter' fi'om six ini the miorni
lng till ten at night and I guess It re
formed her, but I don't want to set her'
"I assure you that Tennyson's poems
aire all right," said the clem'k.
"If there's a single crooked word 1
won't have it, for I hiain't groin' to have
Saah sln' down from hier chamber
wvindow at midnight to meet no brig
and, and if she ever' tells mie agin' that
I'm a kicker I'll box her eairs even itf
she is goin' on twenty-three 1',
FzIRE IN COL.UMIA.-About twvo
o'clock oni Monday miorning, the alarm
of fiire w as sounded and a lurid glare
from the southwest lit up the city. It
was ascertained that the National IHotel,
neai' the South Carolinma depot, was on
fiire, and though the firmen prioceeded
to die spot and wvorked like heroes, it
was not p)ossible to check the flamnes1
till the building and most of its con
tents were completely destrioy. The
building was the property of Mr. Rob
ert Joyner', and was sometImes known
as Joynuer's Hotel, lie estimates his
lose at about $15,000, with an insur
anice of $6,600; of thIs, $3,000 was
with the Western Insurance Company,
represented by Mr'. W. C. Swafleldl'
and $3,600 was with the companIes 1
repriesentfed by Captain R. A. Keenian,
as follows: Continental $1,000; North I
Br'itish $1,500; Pectersbur'g $1,000.
Mr. Swafleld also had $800 on the
building ini thle rear, wvhich was saved
by the noble exei'tions of the firemen.
The origin of the fire Is unknown. No
susp)icin is expressed that It was of In
cendiar'y or'igin. It spread with great
rapidity, and It was but a very few
moments after it was first' discovereod
till the whole roof was hn flanmes.
DECAvn OF COL. IsA AO W. HIAYNE.
This dIstinguished citizen breathed his
last at lisa home in Charleston on Mon
day morning, lh the seventy-first year
of hisa age. HIe had enjoyed lis usual
health up to about two weeks before
his death. lie held the offiee of At
orney Genieral up to the time of
Reconstiruetion and was on the Ad
v'isory Board of Governor Pickens dui
rinsg his term of office. The State lhon
oreil him as one of her favored sons,
and in all the responsible positionis he
held he proved himself worthy of the
trust reposed in him; and now, full of
years and hionior hie has gonie to his
rest. Thus one aAer another of tFie ante
bellurn'landmarks are passing. away,
and a new generation are taking their
--The church which~ lately. ,Bald in
It annual report that "Satan had not
neglected it" was at least honest.:
--How fortunate it is . that we can
not see our lives as well as our :fhcos
when yv gaze ito the looking glass'
-'Thirst teache.all animals to drink,
but drunkenness belong. only teo man.
TIlE "BJLOOD-RXD KN2VIGgn.**
Burglary is, however, a much less e
common crime amoig the Celtic races
than Violence and robbery of the per
%ni, aid, despite -the mnltipliclty oft
1grarian outrages for wilicl Ireland
has dways been fanious, it has often tf
beep boasted on the Greon Isle that n
iouse robbery Is an Eiiglish rat hr than
ti Ir1sh ollense. An attempted bur- N
zlary, which happened not flk fiom
Doneralle, in the conty of Cork, is,
indeed, still spoken of, so thatthe story 1
!ias become historical, although the I
3vent occurred nearly seventy years
On the morning of March 11, 1811, a
gentleman iamed Purcell was in bed i
mII the ground floorI in a house of
ivlicl lie va1s the sole occupalt. He c(
vas an eccentric Old man, and reputed
v be very wealthy. As he lay in bed
'10 heardi a noise in the next room, and ft
broug.h the openi dloor he saw a man ti
unllp froii the win(low-sill into the tl
pIlartimit. The Ilitiruder was follow
d by another, and altogether Mr. Pur- v
,ell ascertained bf listeiiing acutely, iI
hat six robbers had got into his hous'e. n
'l'e moon was shining brightly, and
he brave old mani, believing that his
Ile would be forfeited, determined to T
ioll It. dearly. Ile concealed himself 4
n the shade b)y theside of the doorway c
)etwceI the IC(lrooml and the sitting ti
oom, and, kiiife in hand, awaited tile
lrst comer, Who fell fatally stabbed to
he heart. A second thief advanced
md thrust his gun into the room. Mr. P1
[urcell saw that the niizzle was not t
)oiited at his body, aid, as the gun t
vas discharged, struck its holder (lead
uist below the collar bone. As the t<
hird of the band crept cautiously a
tcross the threshold, Mr. Purcell dig- '4
.overed that his knife was bent, and sl
almnly straightened tile blade between
1s teeth previous to plulnging it into
is third victim's heart. b
The rest of the band, daunted by the
ntrepid resistance offiered to them*by a -a
;ingle old man, retreated to the open te
viidow, and getting out of it with all
'pCed, turneld their backs upolli a house v
vhich already contained three of their c<
lead companons. Mr. Purcell, wleni t
he story was told to Mr. Perceval, c<
,hoen Prime Minister, wits knighted for t<
us bravery, and went ever afterwards It
)y the name of "the Blood-Red
AcciENTs IN SAW MILI.s.-The
reenville NXevs of Saturday says:
vestcrday we were startled by a street
tunor that the day before Mir. Thomas
11oldsmith had been seriously injured
>y falling uponl tie saw of his new
'nill just erected, which, upon inquiry, a'
,ve found to be true. The facts, as we "
lave been able to gather them, are 01
Ihiese: Mr. Thomas Goldsmih, Sr.. at
Wvas enga ged with 801110 hands
noving slabs, when on1e enld of a
dab wias dropped without notice being
rivenl to him; thejar threw him )upon )
he saw and his right trin and thigh y
vere severely lacerated by it. Mr. w
1oldsmith states that, but for the time- w
y assistanee ot his fnepliew Mr. Thom- th
ts Goldsmith, Jr., who Is a strong, d'
tiletic yoting man, and was close by, IC
te would cerlailly have been killel. k(
A Consultation of physicians was hl,
md we regret to state that they decid- a
,d that ampuitation.was necessary, and ai
t was.perftrimed-the right arm being lei
akei off below the shoulder. No se- ti
'lot1s utprehenlioi is .felt about the II
yound In the thigh . Mr. . is a man t
>fgreat nerve, anld Iwe hope for the h<4
',est.-F~rom Coroner.Wm.11 Barnue we. hi
set tIhe following facts of the death of bI
Step)hen Yeargin: 'rhe daIy of the ac
:ldent was his bir'th-day, hie being 71 i a
'ears old. The saw mill wvas.the priop- n1
~rty 01' Mr. David A dams. The saw
tat just run thbroulgh and -was reversed. In
Irl. Yeargin picked upji a pl'Unk to car- he
'y it off, and( In turing1, it tonched the bi
aiw, which threw him on the saw, di
.hen revolving rapidly. His head was 11
Iinost severed, one0 arm1f anid both legs p)1
everely cut. The accident at Adams' mi
mId Goldsniith's tr'anspired almost at tc
he sa11ne time.
ExECUTION OF A NritrLsT.--Vladet
hki, tile Nihilist, who attem>ted. to Ti
'hoot Geni. Melikoff on Wet Inesdlay II
ast, was brought on Friday from -the
'or'tress to thle place of execultionl P
trap pod Inl a sittinig postuire on a black
cehicle, wvit h his back to the horses.
placard( bearing the woirds "State"
rimhial" was attached to his .breast.
.company of Cossacks formed the es
or't. l'hoe scattlid was surr1ounlded by
nfantr'y drawn up in a hollow square.
)n the way to the scaffold andt afteir P
caching it Vladetski wvas quiet aind'
aIm, smiling occasionally. After lisa n
enltecIe hiad been1 icad to him he turn
~d anid bowed en all sides t.o thle peo.
>le. Just before beinig delivered to
le hangman lie said a few words to ni
he pr'iest attendinig him amid kissed
d the cross. The execution took
>lace in the j>resence of an Immense ti
onlcour'se. The body remained hang- <
ng twenlty mniintes. The police ar-c
'ested seven mnen inl the cr'owdi having
he1 appeairanice of students. They ~
yore taken to the fortress under' a
trong escort. t
BURGLARY AND AssAUL.--Last Sat.
nu'day night about ten o'clock sor g
imknowni party entered Mrs. Sophia fc
lunter's room, over Mr. Owen Gaha
an's store, blew out the lampj, which a
vas on the table, and assaulted Mrs. li
Innter by choking her In a sirocking t
nannler. Mr's. Huanter is an old ladya
md lives alone. .It is supposed tIh.e
elllain entei'ed the house think- t
ng~ to have an easy t ask in robbIng el
he premises. Mi's. Hunter, however, c
ucceeded In giving the 'alarm, .whieh tc
>rought In a number of persons. The
mrgl~ar escap)ed, though, and no clue
0 1118 Identitr has yet been discovered.14
M1rs. Hunter a neck, the nlext morning, -E
>oi'e evidences of- the assault. She d
uustained no other harm, except a tI
light wrench of the back, and thle ex- c
:ltemenut which the affair naturally oc
wasioned.-Chester' Bullet in.
LIFE is A PLEAsUR.-Only when d
ive are in the enjoymeint of all our b[
'soeulties amid in perfect health. This at
~an only be when all the Important al
organs of the boily are performing gi
their filnctions properly. Tile liver -
is more liable to get out of order than
ftmy other organi, anld produces more
unpleasant eff'ects. A dose of Dr.
Gl Ider's Liver Pills occasIonally, will
keep It all right, or set It right if It
has gone wrong. sold by all diug
gists. For sale by Dr. W. E. Alken.*
-A enve.year.ol yo unsesen
God make that man ?". "Yes "4 t d-I
plied. ."I wouldn't have.. dosio .ii !"
was young innocenIt's answet.
--A Nevf Jersey milkmanm commit-.
t.e .~.~d asgeek by hanging him- $
-eeanee t ..,s '. med
triah t l so water the m tat
mornin~ and the thougto i rv
him to id rash act. gtoIt'rv
-The poorer the tea, the bettor the
-Song of the dry goods clerks
IIiging in delano.
--Those who lut their money into
ilepiono stock mnade a sound invest
-It's a very curious thing that the
rihIilists haven't tried a kerosene lamp
n the Czar.
-If We could See others as we see
1t18elVes, there would.be more good
ioking peopejj the worl(.
-The A f1shion Qf ladies wearing
'istcoats Is tipposed to hav.e origi
Ited Il Gal-vest-on.
--"Nov, Emna, ihat Is the tenth
mimand ment?" Enana, aged ive
Tie saine as it was ]ast. Suiiday,"
.-Mr. Beechier savs It takes a man
Iur years tp learn to be president. It
kes a inaia at good deal longer to learn
at he can't be president.
-"What. kinid of a conscielnce , have
DU?" asked a elaplain, of a conlvict In
to State pribai. "It is as good as
ow, for I have never used It," was the
--"Mr. Smithers, how can you sleep?
lae sun11 has been up these two hours."
Well, what if it hans?" said Sminthers.
Ile goes to bed at.dark-, while I'm up
11 after midnight.".
-"Iave you ground all the tools as
told you titis morning?" Sai( a car
miter, to hIas apprenice. "All but
to saw, sit'; I couldn't get quite all
to gaps out of that." '
-Wieni a rosy-looking gli' backs up
a stranger at a country dance and
;k8 hin to whad.-tiat'. mosquiti
lich is gnaifwing '' h.- betweena tle
luilders, It Is ji time to read up oil
-Rattlebone's mouth 'is disfigured
v the iibsence oftotio-of his.front teeth.
is little daughter suRprised him by
;ki, "Pop, w1w do you part yom'
eti In the 1nidelle?"
-.'If," advotsed a fphilosophicalI
clian, '"tie person who took ny over
mt was Inluenced by the w'eather,
lena all is sercile; but ihe did so from
mimercial considerations, I am ready
enter into tiancial negotiations for
-A prosperous equestrian's daugh
r observed to a retired actress:
After all, you were only a circus ar
st; nay fither recollects you well -"
ad the elderly lady retorted: "I dal-e
ty le does ,my dear; he used to chalk
-Tle boy 'who will shiver and shako
id nearly freeze to death if le has to
lovel it a half-ton of coal or do an
'rand for his mother, will stand half
day on the ice, lookinig at the cutters,
ith nto more discomilort than a polar
-(Scen-Pinting oflIce; bov ap
ying fbr a situation.) oy-"'Aro
needin' a boy?" Manage'-"Yes;
hat have you been accustomed to
ork itt?" Boy-"-I'Am in the Gaity socie
at ichlts."Maniager-".~Are you one of
e fairie?" 1o'-"No ; am the 'hinl'
Al o' AikBbi's donkey1" The don
y is at once set to w1o'k.1
-"We bring up our girls," remarks
modern writer, "like young men,
ad give them the freedom and privi
ges of bachelors, and then we expect
at they will bear- the - monotony of
attriahony and the restrictions of ma
r'nity witha a goid ga-ace, and be
>me-stayinig wvives aiadc mothers after
Lving b,on-mna~ai.n r-over-s and rana
-St. Luke tofls uas that Zacchacns
ughat to see the Miaster, but "eduld
>t because of the pr'ess." We sus
ect, haowever*, that these people who
id secuared all thme frott seats wer-e no
gitunaute mnemaber-s of the pr-ess tat all,
it a feiw of that, inaner-able ar-my of
11nd beats whlo give the pr:ess a bad
tine by cr-owdhng .into any anad all
aces whea'e soamethlig enna'be got for
>thintg, anad whaose only contributions
the press are to theo press waste-bas
-The br'idegroom was not pr-esent at
e time appolited for a weddiing at
aamony, Ga. The baride, who kiaew
sa shaflness, said his couage had
-obably failed him. SOIobod sug
'sted that a hoarn be blown'ito call
an, and thai was doaae. A r'esponasive
hoop was heaard fr-om the woods necar
', but the y'oung mana did naot appear'
atil a scouinag par-ty brouwhat him In
Sforce. It was not until $e became
aa't\ah of losliag thae girl. whlose
utienco gave way to auger-, thant lhe
usteredl courage to face the ceremno
amate on last Satuaday confimed- tIle
mntinatlin of Cadwvall'ader- J. Pr-ide to
Super-visor of Cenisus for the fIrst
str-ict, Hena-y IHammoaad secoad die
let, James L. 1Urcedena thiard dlistr-ict
South Caarolinaa; Jamies B. Mitchell,
hllectoar of customas at Yor-ktown, Vir'
nia; anad rejected thae nominationas of
ulmuel Thaompson for Supervisor of
mnsus for the secondi distarIct of Ala
maGerg M. Bluchanana, first -dis
le fMsisippi. ---
--Springfield Republican :-"The
a-k horse,' thec device of Pr'ovideilco
r iatervening ini the- afl'air's of the
tion, stands even yet.the best chance,
it hans in time past carried off thei
)ors In so Jrally cases, somletimes to
e garoat beneofit of the couuntry and its
Ivatnemnt amnong the aaatio'ns of the
r.ha. The dal-k horse is naot alwvays
e0 best, but lie at least offers an, even
tace of good gover-nment, wichel
nanot be said of thaose who aare known
-The German Republicans of Illi.
>iS parefer Shermant or* Washburnae to
0 Ox-Priesidentt. Washaburane hans
aveloped more strength than he was
ought to possess8 In the Illinois State
-TEhdeChe lfd) , like t1i4
ajority of Republilan newspapers,
>es not not coalder gI~~a nIt r.ple as
ndingupon .district delegates, and
yB, "Tla prospects for a dark horse
growing.diImmer as the days
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A WORD To TiE WISE.
The prevailing boom has' struck
the Piar o ind Organ trade. All
creation and their relatives are buy.
ing instruments this year. America's
countless factories can't half supply
the demanid. Manufaoturers have
to day unfilled orders -in.ugh to
keep. them busy for the next six
months. Materia.l and labor cost
twenty five to fifty per cent 'more
than a few months since. Manufac
turers have rai.-ed prices and must
continue to advance. The low prices
of the past won't come again for
As yet we still sell at old prices,
but we MUST ADVANCE SOON.
Give us your order NOW, for deliv
ery of instruments at once or within
THREE MONTHS, and we will
gu-rantee OLD PRICES, even if the
advance comes. To do this we must
have immediate orders SO THAT
WE CAN CONTRACT AHEAD.
Don't hesitate. Don't delay. We
state the case precisely as it is.
Prices will advance VERY SOON
and LARGELY, and those who wait
will pay for th privilego. Take our
business advice and
Order at Once !
LUDDEN & BATES'
, SAVANNAH, GA.
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
1880s SPRING.. 1880s
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
Announce the recoiry of a large as
sortmient of Spring Ooods in the
very latest desigen asrd Nov.
oities, L.nd they t.d'er the
following goods as
low as. any
in the 'D3oro.
Wool Bunting in all desirable shades,
Frenchs Bunting in Black and N-avy Blue
blhe handescot over brought to this mar
ket. A beautiful line of
H AMBURG EDGINGS
In entirely new designs, with Insert
ings to match.
Just opened and ready for inspection.
Call and se0.
Of all kinds and of the best qualit.y
it tho lowest possible figures. Call early.
A large stock of Gents' Furnishing
Joods for the Spring trade. Call and be
We would eall the attention of the pub.
ie to our Iar o stock of Lais Gents'
u i'ses' and d ildlren's S hoes, which we
ire now disposing of at a remarkably low
price. Give us a call before you pur
obase elsewhere, as we feel stii ied we
aan suit you in quality, style and price.
TRUNKS AND VALISES.,
We will sell our large stock of Trunks
Valises, Itairoa'd Bags ahd Satchels at old
rices, although they have advanced ful
L26 per cent.
AN EARLY CALL
Will repay'ladies. We ask you only to
s6o to see our stoek and to hear the
prices, and if you do not find it to your
idvantage to.buy, we will not ask you to
BUY THE BEST!I
LADIES,' isses' aic Infants' fine
Shoes, made by:Ziegler t3rotherenof
Philadelphia.- Celebrated "Standard
Sokewed" Shoes, nmade hy the Bay
bialties at the O0mer Store....
J. M. SRAT & ACrn
. DON'T BUY
UNTIL YOU RA V 1
Seen my stock of furniture, which is one of the arget, handsomest
newest, and cheapest, according to quality,. to be found in Winnsboro. A
now supply of Chromos, ricture Frames, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Window
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Furniture neatly repaired at moderate prices.
Lumber and Lathsfor sale. I am agent for a Door, Sash and Blima
Factory. All order promptly attended to. Also, agent for the Whook
Wilson Now Improved Sewing Machine, and two others.
oct 18 R. W. PHILLIPS.
' E havs now open, and will sell as low as any reliable house in town
our second supply of Fall and Winter Goods.
1 case Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieces other brands of Long Cloth.
1 case Bessbrook Jeans.
pieces assorted Jeans and Cassimeres.
pieves new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeres.
Blankets, white and colored, Flannels, Linsays, Ginghams, Brov%
Homespuns, Plaid Homespuns, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, Hick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Boulevard Skirts.
A full supply of white and colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and
-Drawers, Bleached, Brown and Colored Half fose.
Overcoats I Overcoats ! I Overcoats ! !.!
For the ladies we have a nice stock of Undervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ruffling, Collars and Cuffs, Edgings ank Insertions, Ribbons, &c.
The "Pinafore," "Juna," "Pride" and, "Beatrice" Corsets.
White Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambrics and Lawns.
For house-keepers, we h'ave a full line of Table Danasjk, Doylies,
Towels, Bleached and Brown Sheotings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' .nd Boys' Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Satachels, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at low
We cordially invite an inspection of our stock, feeling assured that we
n please. - F. ELDER & CO.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME
-WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GDDS,
-AT THE- %
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINE Ry
We take pleasure in announcing to onr friends and the publile generally
that we are now opening the finest and most complete assortment of Fall
and Wint-r Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all the latest
styles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Triminings
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODENWARE, LUMBEB, ETC.,
which will be offered at very low prices; as we are determined to sell heap
er than the cheapestq and cordially invite all to call and see for themselves
I am also agent for the well-known DAVIS, WEED and ANIERIuAN
SEWIN MACHINES. J. 0. 11;OAG.
WILL offel offer my entire stock for the next fifteen days, as you 'will
see by my price,list, at quotations worth attention.
Five lRandsome Cloaks at $800 and $4.00-formdr price $5.00 and $6,00,
Ten Pairs Ribbon,,Bound Blankets $1.90-former price $2,50.
Fifteen Overcoats at $2 50-former price $4.50
Twenty.five Pieces Red and White Flannels at and below cost.
Big Drive in Cassimeres, Jeans &c.
One hundred pieces Dark Calico at 7, 7j and 8 ets.
Domestic Goods at a small margin above factory prices.
Good Choecked Homespun at 10 cents-old price-no advance.
NOTIONS I NOTIONS I I NOTIONS I I I
Coats' Spool Cotton 55 cents per dozen.
Go< d Spool Cotton 85 and 40 cents per dozen.
Eagle and Phoenix Ball Thread 20 to the lb. at 87J cento
A good Corset at 40 certs-former price 60 cents.
Look at our Men's Undershirts at 25 cents,
Sterling SoAp at 85 cents per dozen,
A great variety of Buttons, Gloves Handkerchiefs, &c., &c &
Also an od loti of Trimmed Hut at 40 cents-.ore rice $0 75et
We lead the van also in Glass and Orockeryware.
Loo.k at my Glass and Preserve Dishes at 15 cents, worth 25 cents every~
Twent,..ive dozen Goblets at 50, 66, and 75 cents per doze i.
SoeLng ver desirable in Table Sets at 60, 75 and $1.00 -old pridq
Crocery in grea variety at priocs beyond competition.
A t 6 aens andt aried aryin from 25 cents up to something nice
qa. cas s T Jaeus6 arrived, woh h a been bogtfarrbelow Its
Somelyin hadsom inChamber Sette at $2.90, $8.20, anid $8.50.
*Compar0 prioe0 carefully before patchasing.
ty s~aly obool paper, a d all approye ~ aro t1