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THE NEWb AND HERALD.
'TUESDAY, Navvh 30. : I: ,130.
X. WNAN DA VIO, SDIToh.
Sre. *. 8*7rxoLD*. Assop&is awm.
- V11A J7AAN eQN1K*'ION.
A Circular to the ADomoeratic County
CoLuMBIA, M'bltrch 2.-General John
D. Kennedy,,Chiarmn of the Demo
cratle Executive- Coiminittee of -the
State. has issued the fbilowing ad
ROIs OF THlE DEM. Ex. Cou,,
COUamA, March 26, 1880.'
.To the Continy Chaii'men of the Demo
(rWti Party in South Carolina:
lin the recent call for a Convention
to.assomible on. the 1st of June iext,
the State Executive Connittee desir
ed, among other tihings, to submnit to
time Con1vention itself, whei it assem
bled, tihe question whether the noinl
nation of tho State ticket should, be
Unide then or at a subsequent time.
Unity and hartmony are paraniount.
to every other consid(eration. The
comniitte has impliicit faith that tihe
action off the Convention, whatever it
may be, will ensure the success of the
VVry respectitly, your obedient
servant, JoHN ). KENNEDY,
James B. McCants, Esq.
James B. McCants, Esq,, died at his
remidence in Winisboro on the morn
;ig of the 28th instant. For more than
a year he had been sullbring from
general prostiration, but death, al
though'long looked for, cane unex
pee edly at, lst, and as Easter Sunday,
Wilich celebrates the trillilph of inl
niortalify over nort-lity was just be
'ing ushered in, his spirit, quietly
peacefully and almost imperceptibly,
burst. its bonds asunder and winged
its flight into the boundless realms of
Pternity. Thus has passed away one
who for many years was a conspicuous
actor in tihe legal, political and busi
iess circles of Fairfield.
Jamcs' B. McCants was born In
Fairfield District, South Carolina, on.
the ninth lay of August, 1814.
lie graduated with distinction at the
South Carolina College in the class of
1841, and was admitted to the practice
of law ti December, 1841. Very soon
after his admission to the bar lie form
ed a law partnership with the Hon.
Joseph A. Woodward at Winusboro,
which was dissolved in the spring of
1848, upon his promotion to the office
of Commissionter in Equity for Fair
-gld DistrIct. This office he held
until Decemnber, 1851,-when he'volua
tarily retired f1on it, and devoted him
self to the Practice of his profession
- - up to the time of his late illuess. He
was elected in October, 1858, one of
the epreseitatives to the Legislature
frotn.this District, and by continuous
successive re-qlcetions remained such
Ropresenitativeuintii .shertly aftQr the
t1d' of Sherman's army through this
- - tatd. '
In polltles Mfr. MicCauts wv jh
ennbevvative, avoiding extrOees, .6nm
accojni*of which and for his-populari.
-ty.f ith both races, he was placed oh
* tlie'.legislative ticket isn 1870,. n the
Cuarpenter and Butler reform move
mnekt. The defeat of this ticket -was
* convincing evidence that the colored
Ephraim was "Joined to his idols."
* Mr. McCants .retired from politics.
His last political speech was for
- Hampton and Reform in the stirring
days of '76.
As a lawyer, Mr. McCants' career
was marked with gratify'ing success.
- To a naturally strong, vigorous and
welibalancedl mnind hie added the lucyt
bru.:zio-viginti annoruem-the study of
years. B3esides grasping the princi
ples involved in the issue, he man
-aged his cas'e wVell in the court-house,
* . . ;and:hy thme flaculty he possessed of
* .~, reading human nature, of detecting
the ilb1es,'the prejucides, the bent of
.mind of men, lhe rarely blundered in
the selection of his jury in eases of
mioent. For- several years pafst he
was the senior'mnember of the law firm
of McCants & Douglass, of this place.
Asia conversdtionalist, when in his
* . *. prime,.Mr. M~cCtnits had few superi
ore. He had an ample find of in
foi'mation from which to draw, and
- whens disposed he enlivened his talk
* with dashes of native wit and humor.
H le had:. a wvarm heart. Whether to
*propositions of public improvement or
-to th3:prlvate"appeals - of charity, hn
tfinied no'ddaf ear, and many a ,poor
man and poor woman were relieved
in trouble through his- bounty. He
took a lively interest in educational
matters, and wvas'for years a zealous
*member and.an efficient president of
the Mount Zion Society.
The deceased hmad paissed nearly the
allotted period of man's existence
*when the summons camne for him to
chji the inniunerable caravan~ that
m sarches from death. to life. -Yet miama
*.berless Sfiends, not only In his native
county, Fairfld, but throughout this
* . . and other States, will mourn that tihe
-places that once knew him shall know
him no smore.
* The funeral services #wore conduct.
* ed at the Presbyterian Church on Sun
' day afternoon by the Rev. Ii. B. Pratt.
The pall -bearers wore 'otidge W. II.
* *R4bertson, Mr. J. M. Elliott, M.H
Elliiotth Ir.'Thomas Jordan, Capt.
James Beaty, Col. Janmes H1. Rion
CatI. *N. Withers and Dr. W.' EC
-Alken. 4 very large coitege followed
tim remnains to their .last testing~ place.
Wo tegget extremely .that want of
n' U.tiePreoie a,mot'e itting tribute
to te noty of. the deceased. To
(d df inti ahile e *tend heart
Iforzo nmJ.ox WATZRZB*
land Detnurati Club-The. Graj 'b'* .
asu Other Matte.
Messrs. Editors: You ask- so Xtep
for news from dift'rent parts p'arts or
-the county that I. concluded kb'Vo1ild
drop you,a fe..Ibie:.o 's
althongh'have but lit.l' to 'dp'ort.
We hav, had so m11ch ,, teftha
we have alilost forgotten. tho.day=t
the week. - -4
Politics: > aq. oking up. I kioW
no mnoref. now thotigh thA Uri4toll
for coriptrolier-geoi'oal alid "6d fTog4.
Woo.dwar4"- for.onjkress. ickhis I tJij
height of our politioal anbilotn.- just
n I slippose. Is.-dl lit 11-. bie' .1
our next scnatoi'? Wq'he4'. they'Sa i
he.is i "iie back.' A would-bC reg.
rebentative of unbleachq(..colgr told
us a few (lays ago that 'there' "would
be a good chance foi- the lhtli.16
Now, while sp.hiny pa'ties ae foih
ing, id so liluch blyk6ionty 1*' 6ut
ranks, don't you ltihik that~ th,erill
be a good channe for them? 1We are
still "'straightout" down hete,nd* ilt
support tiln Deifiocratio..u in$es to
a mana. .. .
Tie Oakland'Demoorafic lIub' mlet
oi Saturday, the 27th inst. Very-little
business of public.lIterest was trains
acted. Mr. k. J. Lamar was elected
to fill the vacancy In the, County. Ex
ecutive Comimittee lit place of Mr..R.
P. Lumpkin, now living at lidgewa .
We had a wholesomie address ion flio
the necessity of a full organlizsItiof.by
Prevident Pagan. The Club's next
regular incetig will be.on the foutith
Saturday in April, whe.n a hill attend
anee is c:leo-tly requested, -as -buti
ness of great importance will be dis
cussed and transacted. -
Small grain Is coming "out of the
kink" fapidly. Farm work hits been
brought to a stand-stil by the redelit
You are right about Hagood for.
governor, and your article ont a too
hasty State nomination can't be beat.
Let us )ot nominate in. June.. Aji
we want to know is who are thd nontit
nes, and if this could be ascertained
one day before the electioi tley' ivfl
Where are our Representatives. and
Senator to come fron? -.Bring- them
out and let us have a plitifLil brop bf
them. . -INc
THE MUNICIPAL ELECT.ON..
Mtessrs. Editors: As iho. time .''for
the annual election oftown .'Comidl -
Is drawing near It seem's 'highly proper
that public attention shoiild' b' direct&
(id to the selection of snitab'le: ion)i I
nees for the offices of fiteidant' apd I
waide"s. 'Tie' principle of rotation .
in office is at Vry:good ond frot an i
abstract point, of vie*',' bftt is vory
much abused i our day, and geIerj' <
t1o11. 1tis certalaay the parit *ot- wis
domn to retaini in om|ece public :servants~
who are. faitht\ul to their ttrusts, and an
occasioti now offer itsostido 'cauryiu
this Idea.. In othey' wo'riis-.the-prosefIt
*Counmcil hilve adntfnist'ered the affauirs~ '
cof the mJunlcipaIilty with"gr'eit fidelit~
and ability, anud ite m;eiil$ei-a dvservd
i'e-eledtion at the handls of 'thfeh 'con-. .
stituents. ' It Is we i knownt that dhey
do not icekc' a re-election, but this Is
otnly a greater reasont why they should
agaitt be clothed wth munulcipal hont
ors. It is thterb'fore respectfully sug- 1
gested, int the iterent of good govern-.
ment and harmony, that -all 'of Ite'
present Conncil... who are 9llgible to a
re-electioni be retaitted ini:ofice for. 'an
other term. 'Vox POrULr.
TRYING TO FIND A MIAN IN THEl I
WEsT.-.Jesse Lovely, while out Wpst,
was it search of a man whom lie wthglt
ed to see on a matter of business. I
After riding for half a day, and losing<
the~ way In that sparsely settled coun- I
tr'y, lhe dt'ewv up his steed 1:Y front of' ?i
log cablin. A female came to the
dloor'. " Will you be kind enough to..(
tell tme, miss, where -Mr. -X111lam si
H'umphrtey' lives?" 'said Jesse. "I- <
dlon't knowv," very blandly'relied-'fi'' N
voug lady, "lbut Squire Rhober'ts, who1
lives abou't half a mille t'rom here, cant .t
tell you. tie Is a very smarst man." '1
Jesse rode oni in the dfrectioni the fair I
enchantress Indicated, UJoming' to..Alic6
house, heo cried out, "~Hello l' "'he' '
squir'e, with his shirt collatr open, his ..I
spectacles on top of his head and hisi
p)antaloons int his boots, made his ap- <
pearance at the door. "Is tilis .MktiIre
Rioberts?" inquired 'Jesee. aI o
portancee that would have beo.n ;more .a
becoming a king. '"Sqitire Rb'erts," I
said Jesse, "can yoi; 'tell -.me where
William Humphrey lives?" "I kin,"
said the'sqinire 'In 'a" self-gr'atulator'y -4
manner that indicated that l.s wasa
able to answer the question~m a tkT, pr.4
eeeded: "If he are whar I1' -antielpale
ho are, lhe are forty' niiled distant on
Peter' creek. Although htis residencei'
are exclusively adjaebt to mint
know nothing of hi s whtarfore or - hi
whiehabouts." Jesse wvaved bli hand
in polite salutation to the squt'r, ahd'
roede on to find his man as 'b sth ba
could with the information he il 5d^.-r
ceived frm the squire, to whtv
blushing maid had ditreeted hint as) Ii
savant of the' section. "
DUTY DONE ANDh CONSCIE,IQE 'E
JJfvED.-Thte other day, over 'at 'khe
Alameda -baths, a- tid and r6tiring
lo.ohing man waitsd unti the superin
intendent was disengaged and~ then
said to hi-n:
- '-:.o hte to.give any one. tM.ubleo'.
*bu't ha~ve you a long stick 6i p9eof
any khid that you could lend.ine?"
'No Si; Itol yo soten.- mistte.
ago" snapped the over-.drIve,m offielal,
"o'you (lid .. replied the man ; "but
I thtourght Pd Jitest' ask once'.:pnor~.e: I
guess now I have done my dumty In the
'matter., ,Don't yubjksa??'- -
"What-.nettet fIt pa eartli are
yet talking about?
taho she hs'
A young asrapy bo
amP over to Arfiet o th t
ivO a short time ago re;aiet o
otrouclou - to "InAn .-lib --e it -
eg4'eUl . ,b u%'gru
4khi10giteion .44 the
LOiheenpu Jtpublicai i~ )
som69wlil. aswo%ys Q,- i .-Me -o
prnL tyo t 1lo. H6n o Gold
bitrg,'of- Looidn Mr' R4-;r''J;.
Git'."4obrgd. oldbur Mit oId
d bl .eve-glass and iinediatelycine
nonlIced an d'mi,ated- ; enversation
i~ut' the - ortty-refering-awong
Ahe.rtl)ings to a lack of .a.Rsio'rady;
%ad 1is'introducer being called away
ror.tlenoieit.; it is sad to Infer that
Ihe-three. gen.lemen mentioned, cn.
'yiig the - young man's affecta.ion,
nIado tile most of it Cor i.e soon aftier
affet4d'6h' -iftlccefC 'imd 'tho: - olio w
ik dial6tie ensue'd:
"Aw, [ say; fanilord, yer tradeore'
iyar are mghty clever fellows, but
not the-class I'm accustomed t'assoQiatet
with, yer kno%y."
44AhI ide.d"- said the host.
"Yans. That Mr. J--. and C-... .
ieein to have pickod up a go of
iUformation." - - -- -'I of
"tenlyv,-.'said IIitolacock; sn'ihe*ha
imUsed, "do:'oL think o-?"
',Yaas, vaas-should't'iffvj. ialke#i
Lo.'om so long yer -i'ow 6thrls-e.
Why oiie, one of 'em said he was a
tan.r.. and the other a shoemaker.,
ld, fancy a.oni of Sir Geofl'y Gold
mrg talkin to such people at home
wouldn't do at all ver know."
"-1 dbn't kno* why it .should --not-1P
3aid Hitchcock, "the emperor of 4tus
ia has -been very happy of the tannei-'e
ioquaintrntW,- -and frequently talked
"What i" said. Goldburg, arranging
is 6ye-glass anid staring at the host,
4Qtu-.don't say so ?"
"Yes, I do, and the shoe manufac
Iurer talks -with the English ambassa
lor and the iresident of the United
States quite frequently.
"Most extWardinary thing ever
lcard of in iy life-an'the other one
paper maker-told me he sold p>ai>er,
seemed very quiet person, spoke Eng
idh 'ewv' perfectly."
"Wlli" said HIftchcock. "I should
:liink hei 6.glt-, he hase soken to the
P'rince. of W ales the President of the
.4good. grAcious f why this is a
'Nawctical joke. -Why 1ilets' mi these
,erpni.s told me weni we were d;iciss
pg tie a-a--a-the commerzial in
;erwists of the country and I asked
illei if tley vere in twade yer know
-that one said yes lie was a ta:ner,
he other enarked lie was a mianun
Itcfurei of boots and shoes yer know,
ud' the 'lit said he sold paper for an
>Ccu Pation7-weally,'-this is extwaoi'-*
Yes," replied 1Itchcock, it is 4tarti
ig, but true as they say i the news
)prer's; for those gentlemen aRe girdte
>01tis house. 11..first is I1n. Marsaliti. 1
Fewell, a4., minister of the Unite.
;tate .to.Rufssiw and --former governor
uf Counde'tictt 'the-seCondytUov.%
>r ,laAny.of.Massachilsetts and mcm
r,of o * ngress',; snd: tile third, ,ex
(Irmerly member. of ..Congreds-ieur
IlC aimeriealibunent -on kino. .w
"Good gracious I ~el, you Ame.'
,)Ien"; . n'stefwa2dinairf ApobE- :
- Brra..,00:Ysan~s Or.n.-At a
iweeting of the societ.y of-pubile -a5'y.
'is, inLIondIon,a paper by Professor
.Thurchl and Mr. Wig ner "01n two anl- I
lient samples of butter"-was read, oft
vhich.lho Chemnical New,s gives tilei
blowing abstract: "The first was -a
amuple of Irish1 bog-butter, and its
urobable age wvas judged to -be a bout
,000o 'ears. The sample' confains'
early4 per cent, of curd, 'which ' coh
.is dud.lJy of vegetable matter' do
ivq fom the bog, but contail q'uite
991gh animal matter to prove that ~
he blutter ilad been originally made
kom animal milk, and was niot a mere
~tridfitFrfat. its fatty character had
Lowever, been entirely changed, aind
40gyA.ie;f whiichl the fat had
brigimally conusisted hlad been decom.
),Oged so as to leave simply a mixture
>f tile fatty acids, wvhich c'onstitute the
eld portio~n of animal fatsi The but
er hbad in fac& bedome changed into a
ubstance closely resembling in char
pter.Qnad composition tile substance of
hih good composite candles are
~ompo.sqd. Thle result is singular, as
boiving that length of time combined.
vithl exposure to moisture, will effect
he..decgmposition wvhichl the i mann
acturer of stearinle has to effect by tile
Lgey of heat and acids. The other'
Lin QaIiple of butter hlad been
aken' fomn an alabaster vase in an'
Eg.vptiani tomb; it had evidently been
nehed and poured into a vase, and
arefulv sealed ,.qver. This. .sample
)IIA,I 9. greervAtlon'had 1ieen so per
'ect that it was only slightly 'rancid.
ind .ha# filily retainecd the cliemica) -1
)ropdirtfes of geAu ie butter .the fat
tot having beeni decomposed to any
ensible extent. This sample possess-' I
d-a-decided taste and smell of butter, t
vhilo the sample from tihe bog was
beosy,,rather than buttery in smell..:. .
COF'EE IN TYPJlO:D FaVER-Dr. (
laiIsse, of the'.French navy, in a re
.tae oh tybIloid foret',.'-says:" e
as von us'i unhoped-fo'r eato.
e4~tig~ ;a r having dispensd it,
o i t otir great su.rpr . its notc.
lost .~as prompt as it is ,--szo No- -
ooner haye out~ tients tak n a few -2
Je1s oon s~ i~hn their features
~9o1p ol dt~&ihy come to their
dn ~r"!he*(~tYrWythe "Improve- 1
sI.th that we are ~tempted to E
o rh9~ Une sific nagaiui
tupor is dispelled, and the piatienlt 1
monses from the state of somiolen Ii '
vhioh'he has beeni since the--d va Wo, e
f the disease. Sog all tQle ftunotfo.
.il tleiF . WaieQ1A ' .,and he eliters
g Yet.to aui adult o-ore!thi-ee tabie- (
Ipponfbls ot'etrong-blaokcoftee every c
two.bonu's alenated with one.or two
##onfimu.,f c1earob.-,or , Burgundy
witwe., A-litt lnonade or citrate of 4
na&gnles sloUjhA.aken 4i1y - id
ma tn aise and cerebretts s inse
appar dirst, the- doctor regard- ty.
e disease,. and4
o oa o6nih lloetvjs is pei
iarl indicate in the edr1&.D-C.
ou in the
YP'tb5nisso i ofo' Edininigh, the
(h.mous KIt North of Blackwood'&
lagasmne, was in his day one - of - the
,0th1letio menou in Scotland. '. id
RAs 4ret' patron of out-dl'0 sports,
k)l wal g,'unnhog or.,Jjl;nj>Ing
1 '*t-~tet professional to: .at
utr%et f-om1 his wlitinks
fgl>o loik of.what inakes a
k mj e III- "A igh juinI)per w ill
JU.A. ed e ,arst-rato one five and
h4t an autf. a out-o and-Atiter among
li4 iqtrates six feeb., The': late Air. At
Iliglohvi.of Lanottlier, wi - havo. sedn
sIcaW a stiek held six fet two inches
IIgh, spriligiog aff the turnpike road,
.itha run of about live yards. . What
9r. Irelalid could do without a spring
board we know not-probably not
io.inchen morq....than .r. Iigiobv.
r. If git"!by - despi11"4ed perpendiculak -
ti, aid swayed himself over almost- F
[orizontally with singular grace, Cle- ti
gilnce alid 1'acility- kt
"'Twelve feet e'or a good standing
dA090igle 11) on level grdundi ; fourtein
is job for two-or three in the 'eoun
try ; twenty feet ,Oi level ground is a
r)ast rate rumiig sinigle jump, btut has
been done ofteni; twenty-one is some- h
thilng very extraordinary, but not
dlways apocryphal ; and twenty-two Is,
we beliovo, accomplished about once
every twelty vpars, and that almo8t
lways by an Irlihinan. A hundred
o Vrofigns to,f.vo against any mau ill C
FighO)d doing twenity-two foot on a
oaIevel. Witha run and a leap, on
Ea slightly inclined planc, perhaps all
iah.-to.a ird, we have seen tweitv
lireo feet done in great style-atid
liscovered to a iicet-; but ihe man
who-did it (aged twenty-one, height,
11ve foot eleven inches, weight, eleven
itone,) was admitted to be (Ireland
mepted) the best far-leaper of his day
%t l standing hop-step-and-a-jump,
level ground, ten vards is good
3leven excellent-and twelve . the ox
*tut of any man's tether. We have
ei''Q of thirteen, but believe it to be
X lie. WitI a run, thirteen vards is
od fourte,el great, and fifteen
)ro diomis. Perhaps there are not
dix'aliithenticated cases .on record of
fteen being done on level. ground,
Ind by actual measurement.' All y
k1oss-work exploits shrivel up a good Jj
rard, or sometimus two, whol brought. a
:o thie-moasure, and the champion of pi
h6couniy dwindles into a clumsv o
AoIopper. .Ireland,'it is said, did c
lixtec yards on Knavesnire, before
i0 was known to the world; and in.
Iced was noticed by the some London
ws on that occasion, and brought for
ird-at;he am nhitheater. He was
N&G6s leajter,bth high and far, that V,
ver jumped in ETiglAnd; and take p
im for all in all, it, is most certain ly
,rtlwe shall never look upon his like
-A Western man, having lost his
vife, was accosted by a sympathizing c;
I nd,, who reonurked upon Iis woe- pm
>egoin appearance. ".Well, I guess aI'
rqophilook thin,-. to,' was the d
ela*h6ly rejoinder, "if you had to
rot up before daylight, lmake thefires,
1haw water, split. wood, and fe the
attle, all before breakfast, Ijust tell
rou what it is, if I don't get somebody
9, fill ploor, dear, sai.nted .laria''s
lace, I will be resting by her side be
bre many weeks are past."
~-~e&'fs mthinmg about y'onr
",~ Mr.- Wanghop said redlec
,V5~ ithe:('s something i66it' your
l1tr~d- "Y.6s,' said old Mr.
histlpod; ' therbi'i. I had -noticed
t miyself. It comes every evening
hbout eight o'clock, and it doesn't get
w.ay.:Mstally till' 'about two. Anid
ome of these nights I am going to lift
t all the way from the front parlor to
ho sideWgate, and see what thore's in
CUJ:rrVArE flosEs.-Nothing adds so
nuch to the comfort and beauty of
lnae & the cultivation of flowvers.
for. dos aftlthng add more to the
eant.V and conifor't'of man or woman
hant the~ roses on the cheeks of those A
n kood health. Dr. Gilder's Liver
'Ills will always imp)art this roseate
noe-If a(sed in time. For sale by Dr.
V. E.-Alken. 20t* ti
--The erat beau of Florettee is the em
'r.ince here Strozzi, whQ devotes him- in
elf to tlie married ladles and only ex
hanges.retty glanaes with the single
'nes. Ie drives a pair of handsome i
~ray p)otiies. The girl he may marry tC
nust be beautiful, have blue bloodan
ave a dowry'of$200,000.k
.Having. ss!ociated ourselves together
or the ym1rpose of carrying oni the Y7
)RQC Y AND SUPPLY TRADE,C
- - ..U
Ye beg to inform' our friends and the
ublic ildtrWehave oun hand a fllstoek b1
>f Coffo w. Sugars. Flour, Molasses, g
Iuckwvheat;HIapt;Cannd Go6ds, etc.,
ogetherwithieon Meal, Shoes,Nails, e
~nd all such articles as are required by TI
eormis d.esiingi advances.
Weo are also prepared to furnish first- g
lass Guanos at fair prices, a
.-- - . RC. GOODING, h
-- - T. K. ELLIOTT.
Bny Notions Yhite Goods, Hosiery
nd -Calct a, te corner store of J. af
t..BeM k-o. - p
.o~ K 1n . 3at & Co. makoa
i speb tyorth9Jay, State Stauadard
Icrew Shoes, at thstoro on.the corner. b1
A * e sto od f Laundried and
b ..y .C.scorner(
Ekegant Cashgoao Momlo. Cloths,
Verseted; A et ~ress Lintns
rs ,L~%rockQr Wvoodonware,
- ~~ti ~t- &'C~ ?r sellng Cloth.
g ti be aSute and Shoes 4ht
880-R NG'': 880.
P. LANPECKER & DRO.
1n'ounce the roccipt of a large as
sortment of Spring Goods in the
vory latost desigu a and Nov.
e.ties, r nd they offer the
following goods as
low as any
in the 'Baoro.
Wool.Bunting in all desirable shades,
renOh Biunting inBlaok and Navy Blue
o handscnost ever brought to this mar
>t. A beoatitul line of
In entirely new designs, with Insert
go to match,
Just opened and ready for inspection.
IIl and see.
Of all kinds and of the best quality
the lowest poasible figures. Call early.
A large stock of Gents' Furnishing
oods for the Spring trade, Call and be
We would.eall the attention of the pub.
3 to our large stock of Ladies', Gents',
igses' and Children's Shoes, which we
o now disposing of at a reruarkably low
ico. Givo us a call before you pur
)nso elsewhere, as we feel satisfied we
n suit you in quality, style and price.
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
We will sell our large stook of Trunks,
dises, Itailroad Bags and Satchels at old
-ices. although they have.advanced ful
26 per o,et.
AN EARLY CALL
Will repay ladies. We ask you only to
>11e to so our Stock - and to hear the
-ioum, and If you do not find it to your
lynntuge to buy, we will not ask you to
P. I A DiK iL & BRO.
LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE.
WORD TO THE WISE.
The prevailing boom has struck
e Piar o and Organ trade. All
eation and their r'elatives are lbuy.
g instruments this year. America's
luntless factories can't half supply
10 demand. .Manufacturers have.
i. day unfilled -orders enough to
sep thoem busy for the' next six
onthis. Material and' labor ceost
venty five to fifty per cent more
an a few months since. 14anufac
rers have raised prices and must
sntinue to advance. The low prices
the past won't come again f.or
As yet we still-sell at old prices,
it we MUST A DVANCE SOON.
lye us your order NOW, for deliy
y of instruments at once Dr within
BiREE- MONTHS, and ~we will
Li'-rantee OLD PRICES, evien if the
:lance comes.. To do this we, must
tve imnmediate orders 80 '.HAT
/E CAN CONTRACT. AHEAI).
on't hesitaf7e. Dlon't delsy.. We
ate the case greelsely as it is.
rices will advance VERY SOON'
d LARGELY, andiholye who wait
ill pay for the privilege. Takce our
isiness ad Ice and
ALDDEN & B3AThS'
)hoJesale PlaotanI Ofgan e alr,
IUY THFe BEET
jA S '1sees asta 11~i~'h
abe ;h4 by e~r oiy
diade h a d
00p,660 WORTH OF GOODS JUST REEIE7.D.
AVING- spent two weeks in the Northern- markets making a careful
;election, I am now prepared to( show to the tradle one*6 of the handsomiest
ines of Dry Goods, otions, etc., brought to Winnsboro in the laqt
Ive years, and at prices far beyond competition. This %Naek's attractiou
FIVE CENT COUNTER.
Hundreds of articles worth 15 and 25 cents on my 5 cent counter.
Parties wishing to buy goodls for CASH will do well to ex11mine my
itock before purchasing elsewhere. For I listen to none other than the Jiu,
Ile of the Almighty Dollar
J. L. MWIMNAUG1,,
unh 25 LEADEM OF LOW PRICES.
THE FLEPHANT HAS COME,
-WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AND INTER *GDODS,
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINER1Y
We take pleasure in announeing to our friends and the publlc generally
hat we are now opening the finest and nist coinplete assortment of Fall
Lnd Winter Goods, including Fancy and Staple' Dry Goods, all the latest
tyles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Trimmings
IROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHING,
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODENWARE, LUMBEB, ETC.,
vb16h will be offered at-very'low prices; as we are- determined to sell heap
ir than the cheapest, abd cordially invite all to. call and see for themselvea
I- am also agent for the well-known DAVIS, WVEED and AMERICAN
SEWING MACHINES. J. 0. YOAG.
F. ELDER & CO.
D ESPECTFULL,beg leave to inform-- the.citizens of Winnsboro anck
N- surrounding country that they are now in reeipt of their Spring and
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE.
CLOTHING ,FOR EVERYBODY.
STRAW AND FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AJD CHILDREN.
- NOTIONS IN PROFUSION.
AND LINEN DUOKS.
All our Goods are fresh, new and pretty. We will take pl4asure in
mhibiting our stock to any and every one. Give us an early call.
OUR GROCERY STORE
is full and complete as it always is. Prices and Goods guaranteed. Bo
ure to come to see us, and you will certainly get your money's worth.