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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
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SECRETA1cY EVARTQ WILL SOON mar
ry oft' two more of his eleven daugh
"HUIRuRAH FON HAOoOD" MAY prove
as attractive an alliteration as the
"Hurrah for Hampton" in 1876.
BAYARD I8 TOO GREAT A MAN TO play
second fiddle to anybody, but if he
could be induced to serve on a "Sey
mtonr and Bayard" ticket the Radical
c,sndidates would be nowhere in the
Tit: DEMOCR.Ts OF UTICA, Naw
York, the hnne of Seymour, have
elected Seymour delegates to the New
York Convention. His townspeople
evidently think the old man may be
induced to run.
PRI?SIDENT GAnuRTT, OF THE Balti
more and Ohio Railroad, says .that if
Speaker Randall Is not nominated for
President by the Democrats, he hin
self would not be averse to taking his
chances in the ballot-box. Is this an
other railroad boom?
T IIE.News and Courier attributes
the close connection now established
between Charleston and this place to
the exertions of the Charlotte, Colum
bla and Augusta Road, which changed
its schedule to effect this resnl4. As
we have all along blamed the South
Carolina Loal for the break, we
g: ve extra credit to the Charlotte Road
for what it has done.
THE STRIKES OF 1880, AS MIoHT have
been expected in the general revival
of business, with Immense contracts
on hand for future delivery, have
generally been successful. Even the
piano makers, after a most determined
resistance. were compelled to yield to
an increase of wages. Leading rail
roads have advanced the salaries of
their employos without solicitation
an almost unprecedented act 'of gen
Tn MASS.CIUsSETTS LEoISLATURIS
has granted a charter to a company to
run a railroad from Cairo, Egypt,
across the Isthmus of Suez, through
Palestine by )amnascus to the River
Tigris. Several branches are con
templated, including one to Jerusalem
where a deiot has been located near
the Damascus gate, and another from
the same point Westerly to Jappa,
where Jonah took shipping for the
voyage during which he was swallow
ed by the whale. Whether a whale
will gulp down this railroad too is not
known, but these Yankees are mixing
thiugs up terribly.
wrecked, and himself badly bruised
wvith stones. Charles Stuart Parnell,
the great agitator recently in Ameri.
ca, was mobbed on the hustings, had
his beaver smashed, his patits torn,
and his faice besnmeared with egrgs and
orange pulps, while Mayor Gray,
of London, in a recent speech an
nounced that lie had discovered be
necath the platibrm on wvhich he was
staniding a package of dynamite to
blow him into the air. irishmen
never do anything half way.
Tn~E .News anud C.ourier rejoices
that the circular issued by General
Kennedy has proved the ladder by
which some of the extreme opponents
of a June Convention have beeni ena
bled to ease themselves dowvn from the
untenable position they had taken.
We have had no sympathy with the
unjustifiable abuse he aped upon01 thme
Executive Committee, and are glad
to see certain papers modifying their
tone. At the same time, it strikes us
. very forcibly that General Kennedy's
circular p)roved a very acceptuble lad
dor.to those papers that had mouted
the fence too high on the other side in
demamuling a June Convention regard
* less of consequences. Let's compro
mnise on General Kennedy's circular
all round, accept the explanation as
satisfactory and postpone the State
nominations until August.
THK SPRIINGFIELD Republican says:i
"The Kellogg-Spofr'ord case slumnbers
in the Senate, but Senator H111l pro.
poses to call the matter up next week.
senator Hil11 is evidently very much in
earnest, and will do,his best to secure
the earily ousting of Kellogg. But he
does not seem to know the extent of
the feeling in his own party against
the proposed actiton. Senator Bayard
Is considered certain to vote against
the doctrine that a Senator can be
turned out by majority vote, an'd
Judge Thurman is. expected to- take
the same position. Butler, of South
Carolina, will hardly support a doe
trino which the Republicans might
turn against him if they should recov
er control of the Senate. Indeed, It-Is
)believed that half a dozen Democrats
att least will vote against him, and
some people expect to see the number
go as high as ten.".
CULTIVATE UoEs.-Nothiing adds so
much to-the comfort and beauty of
home as the cultivation of flowers.
Nor does anything add more to the
beauty and comfort of man or woman
than thie roses on the cheeks of those
in 4004 health. Dr. Glder's Liver
* ills Will always impart this roseate
h sdin time. Frsag b Dr.~U
SGeorgia fltrmor uses a novel
- 1He kills snakes, lays tht
EdCe*iw anyd thlen lilants
WtthtIh,~ hese sukkes are~
torn wheh prod
' ALONG TnR IVIGZWAWY.
A 0liwpe at Our SLster Town of Ridgeway
and its Suburbs.
Messes. Elditors: I send you a few
words about a jaunt through a portion
of okd Fairfield, After passing Little
River, we saw some fine oats and
wheat, and signs of earnest prepara
tion for the crop of 1880. We passe-i
triirotgh your tow n, and after looking
at the very fine oats and wheat that
greened the eye on every side and
peeping into the well filled stores of
Judiciously select ed goods, my eyes fell
(or rather rose) upon the clock steeple.
Now. we don't like to forget old
flends, but we were sorely tried, and
persuasion had to be used to reconcile
us to the fact that it was an old ac
quaintance. "I tell you new clothes
can do a heap," and that coat of paint
has rejuvenated that. old steeple. After
leaving the Boro we took the road to
LoiZgtown road via Ridgeway, and
saw some verf flute oats, Mr. Ebor
Rabb'e, also a fine field of (lie same at
Mij. T. W. Wuodward's, and again
at Mr. Ilarry Desportes, and so lower
down. We saw "nary" poor cow
uutil we got through thq township
gate at Btidgeway. There "they was
tolable common," all outside the fence.
And bless you, there are rocks all
about down there. If Mr. McLano
can make greenb.acks as plentiful as
those rocks, every landholder In these
parts will be a two-mtillion"ire, and
Ridgeway be a much prettier place
than it Is, although now, for its age
and size, it is hard to beat. As all
know, it is an incorporated town, and
lies on both sides of the railroad, about
twelve miles from the .Boro, twenty.
three tron Columbia, atnd six front the
beginniiig of Longtown. It contaims
about twenty rescidences, soie very
nice and handsome. 1t boasts a large
Methodist church with belfry and bell,
a handsomely arranged Interior witi
organ, cianid0lier and pulpit lamps
On the globe is a comfortable parson,
age. St.. Stephen's (Episcopal) is i
symmetrically built brown Gothi
structure, neatly arranged intorioi
with marble font ant melodeon
Aliwell (Presbytei an) with its large
white columns, stands in a beautifu
oak-grove just out of the corporate
limits. It is also comfortably fitted
with stove and organ. Concort
church (Baptist) is two miles out o
town. Mt. lope Academy (taught b}
the experienced and thoroughly cont
peteint Miss Henrietta Thomas) is on
and a half miles from town. Mis
Mante Edmunds teaches a juvenik
school of whites in the town and ther
is a white painted school house fi
colored people also in the corporat
limits. There are four large and wel
stocked store buildings wi.h banking
arrangements, i drug store, a doctor'i
ofiice, a trial justice's office, a munic
ipal guard house, a market building
with belfry and bell, a harnes-naker'
establishment, a daguerrean gallery
two boot and shoe shops, two neatly
arranged saloons, a barber shop, i
large two-story Mosonic hall, a steam
grist mill, a bowling alley and baga
telle table. and two puIblic puImpis,
large dlepot and large cottou shied
with several guano or fertilize.r houses
tine patch of lucerno gladdened the ey
on the premises of Mr. T. Ellisnol
Cloud. Last, but by no means least
there are several beamutinail flowo
gardens and hot houses fillied wvitl
rare exotie pliants. A neat ly pinted
Presbyterian colored church buldin1
stands just out of towni.
Longtown commences about fivi
umilhes easterly from Rlidgeway am
sp)reads out to near the Kershawv line
II. is a townt of nmagnitceenti dtistances
but somne mighty wvhole-souled anc
clever peop)le live ini it. It will a
some future day become the suburbi
We almost forgot to mention that at
we got to Allen's branch Mr. Crelght't
whirligig or overshot wvater-wvhee
cameo near~ n'ighteninig ou r vonung horse
Bill, to motionlhessness. (in the wva
we saw the identical rooster that sctt
anyil rock to turning round ever)
time it hears himn crow. We vouc I
for the veracity of this neighborhood
traditional "say so " for It is true. At
we a pproachted Ritkgeway, we saw
naumbei of neat cotta"es dtotted on the
iroads leadinig to RcIgew av. On ti
D)oko road is the amnied' Idletown
obtaining Its Soubrligu(d fromi the faei
that just after the war there wver<
twenty-thiree stalhwait, ro bust, coloroc
women wvhose husb'unis perittei.
them to lIve in ldhene&s, as t he whlite
ladies dhid net go Into rIhe fIeld. Novi
it is Inhabited by work intg people. W4
saw sonic goats that contfirm the belle
that some goats will Jum fenices ani
some people will shoot them In thi
Jaw, eye or leg for sadoing. No muort
at Present f'om SUnURnAN.
A EETTER FROM "DARK CORNER.'
What the Parnmers are Dolng--Poitleal
Notes--A Kind and Earnest APjeeai to the
MFesra. Editors: Thme people of this
benighted region are hard at wor~k
with a fair prospect ahead. Labor It
rather uncertain In the matter of stiek
lng to contracts, but the colored peoph
are still working very well. The best O;
feeling seems still to exist betweenm th<
two races. The health of our neigh,
borhood is generally very good, excepi
now and theii a few marked symptomi
We notiee that the State Convenition ii
to meet on the first of Juno. This be,
gis to bring to mind the days of Scott
Moses and Chamberlain, and we beghr
to "mark time" to get into line. Some.
times we hear that the people of this
particular section are all Greenbackers,
This mistake I beg to correct. W<
have a few men in this "corner," that
belong to what is called the Green.
back party. Some of these few ha.vt
sound minds, and something to live
for. They are too good ever to see oum
country tur~ned over to an Ignorant,
thieving, extravaganit set or bull-head.
ed negroes and scalawngs, with a few
naturalized carpet-bagger.s as leaders
and offieils, through a division ini oum
ranks. A few of- this new party are
en that never were sound in politics,
having even suppor ted the Iadical
ticket in Its Worse form. A very few
0o efs...or there are not maniy lin all
are a,li.Llo sore about the ibnoe law
and talk something about "aristocratie
rule;" but [ think and hope that this
is only "skin deep." I be; to nention
the fiir ladieh that are members of the
Greenback Club. They are intelli
gent, high-minded and beautifll.
They have too much of these qualities
ever to see this county thrown back,
by the hands of their husbands, broth
ers or sweethearts, into the hands of
mnidnight assassins and house-burners.
Their minds are too clear to have for
gottey the armed combination of Iadi
cal thieves and Union-Leaguers. They
have not forgotten the nlnly attempt's
by legislation to force social equality,
and, i the language of the Radicals, to
"put the bottom -rail on top." They
have not forgotten the sound of dru in
and fife at midnight. in the hands of
drunken hirelinga swilled with some1
ollice-seeking scalawag's whiskey
bought with our own money sucked
from the treasury of even our own
county. Grecnbackers, dissatisfied
Democrats and falir ladies, come back
and join us in retaining the Democrat
ic government. It gives us full and
equal rights before the law, it gives
us peace and safety. Under its ban
ner we are protected from the house
burners that were so common under
Iadical rule. Omice in awhile we hear
of some good white men saving that
this government as now adliimltstered
is no better than Chamberlain's adinin
istration of the laws. Do they not re
member how dearly justice had to be
bonght? Look at the courts in which
many of our best men were tried.
Look at the juries, grand and petit, by
which men were convicted before they
were tried. Remember that in those
times the evidence of a "down-the
country cooi," as the low-country no
gro is rightly called, was worth more
than George Washington's would have
beenl. For Hleaven's sake lay aside all
side issues, and come home. In your
present position you are only acting as
electors for such creatures as Israel
Byrd, Bob Johnson, Isane Miller and
Whenever the slnal fires you will
find uts In ranks. ')on't count us out,
but don't understand that we are over
anxions to see any candidates. We
fear we shall not have any peaches to
feed tile office-hunting boys on, but it
they can stay away long enough, we
will try and have some watermelons.
FR ENCII RIIETOR IC.
Hlghtlown Language Natural to the Genius
of the Gallic Tongue.
From the Parlsan.
Ilighiflown words are natural to the
French tongue. There was in the
days before the great war a small wine
shop in one of the suburbs of Strats.
burg. It proprietor then, a French
man, had called it "Le Grand Hotel
de l'Univers;" but his successor, i
German, on coming into possessioli
immediately paintetout this grandiose
description of his hovel. and honestly
called it "Wirthschat't." Not that the
Frenchman's thoughmt was dishnest;
he merely used the terms which best
expressed his own idea, seeing no
absnrdity in describing a cabin as
though it were a palace. The simple
truth is that every FerenChmnl appears
to see himself and his belongs
through a very powerful magni -ing
glass, and a dustman will talk as
freely of Is honor or his dignity as a
Prine Miniister could do. WVe ire.
posed to do the thling quietly. Not so
-with the prisoner. The lmomenit i<
felt the p)oliceman's hand upoii hi
collar hie struck all attitude, and sober.
ed at Once by a positjin wvhich was nol
wvithout Its anxieties, lie said seriously,
"Jo proteste, jo p)roteste en faice &l
I'Ei'urope I" Th'ie crowdI around ap
phauded. No one seemed to see any*
thling funny in the cabuman's mnaiiilo.
quence. '#hiere Is near the Ilales a
lhttle sausage-shop ; over it is a signa
represeli ting Fame with her trumpet,
and beneanth is wvrit.ten tis leenmd:
"A la v rale gloire." Who ~ut ai
F renichmnan would ever consider true
glory conniectcd with the sale of mince
LEAICs IN THEI SUREMiE COURIT.-Thec
decision of the Supremie Court in tihe
ease of the Missouri Pacific Company,
affectinig large interests, was know:
in New York four days before it was
announced from the bench oni the 22(1
inst. Howv did it get out? if this
was an exceptional instance of prema
ture disclosure of the Importanlt de
crees of that tribunal, It might wvell
excite comment and lindIgnation.
But among the scandals of thle times
none Is grneater thlan that every juldg
ment of the Supreme Court involving
great corporations anid Bpeuilationis,
ims been made known to interested
parties befor~e beinlg formnally'deliver.ed
inm pblic. Thme decree In the case of
the Pacific railroads, by wirich the in
terest on the bonds ad'vanced- by the
United States was made pa'yable with
the maturity of the debt, was known
to Jay Could and his associates tenl
days before it was read in court. Mil
lions changed hlands on that occasion,
and the beneficiaries had the advant
age of inside information. -
It. Is .ubsurd to suppose that those
things happen by eavesdropping about
tIhe conslAlItation room11; and to charge
time offiee onm subordinates, who can
nmot in the nature of things be guilty, is
a despicable resort. The Court min
lonl nownm that time leak is am~onig time
Judgs thiems,clves, and although thme
fact is nmot nmow susceptible of legal
proof, ther-e Is little moral doubt as
to thme person whmo wears the soiled
ermine.-New York Sun.
-Actors who hafve reached the ripe
age of one hundred are seldom to le
seen actively em-gaged in the exerceise
of their prof'ession. A ccordinmg to the
Paix, howvever, one of these rare birds
mnay now be seeni nightly at Toulouse.
Hie is a combe actor namned Graffet;
was born on the 2d ofJuly, 1780; came
out at fifteen years of age, when tihe
revolution was at its heigh, anda
peared sutccessively at obno at itoe
Montamnaier Thicatre, at the 4aite, at
Nantes, amid at Toulouse, where he set
tled for good. lHe is said to be still a
very amusing actor.
No? EL.ATED nY Tise L'Uo.-Chann
coy Slater', a foremami at the shop of
tIme Ehastie Frog ,Compam in Mans
field, Conn., recently flheir to $100,
000. Tme other day h6 gt a check for
$90,00,and sticking it Into his vest
pocKet ket uneoncer'nedly at work.
Ho says tat lie shiall keep dei place as
foreman, wear his old clothes and -try
as harnd as lie can not to joini time cara
-An Ohio womn dreamed that she
saw her hiusbanad ki lug. a certain
neighbot's wvife' and se awoke and
struck hilm acr6ss the thee , and .broke
i SR IU-A-nnIAC.
-Where there's a will there's a
-A Canadian paper suggests an
excise duty on ice. They will be tax
Ing air next.
--"Put no fulsome compliments on
my tombstone," said a wag. "Don't
give me any opitaffy."
-This world without woman-love
ly woman-is like a blank sheet of
paper-not even ruled.
-A n Evergreen, Ala., darkey takes
a handful of guano w heneer he Is ill
and is cured inlstantly.
-It is very easy to recollect ai ac
tress' age. Get it onoc fixed In your
mind, +ud you've got it forever.
-A writer on physiognomy 'Wants
to know, "it' large ears denote gener
osity, why a mule squanders his hind
--Protbssor: "Will you. mention
some liquid that Is lighter than water?"
"Alcohol." Professor: "Canl you menl
tion any other with which you are iia
tillar?" Junior humediatclK searches
for a club.
-A Hancock "boom" has been start
ed at Annapolis, Md. A circular has
been sent to ever' member of the Leg
islattire, giving Itancock's record and
his claims on the Democratic party for
-When the Prince of Wales' son is
ordered aloft by the captain he tmental
ly remarks: ''This is my grandmuoth
or's ship, and it mades mnv back ache I
to climb that pole, and I ain't going to
do it only this once."
-The Vanderbilt interest ha.i leen,
able to do about as it pleased in New
York, but it has not yet acquired ai
mortgage on Chicago.-Chic ayo Tri
bunc. Perhaps Mr. Vanderbilt has an
aversion to taking secomLI mor.tgages.
-A Bridgeport woman niconsc'ous
ly went to church last Sunday with
two hats on her head-one inside of
the other-and a score or more of oth
er women came very near expiring
with envy belro the error was dis
covered. They thought it was a new
style of hal".
-It is related of the negroes who
helped to construct the lighthouse on
St. Sinton's Island, Ga., that when a
vessel was wrecked they ran to the
lighthouse keeper shouting: "Massa,
we got um-we got uml" Thev
thought that the light was intended as
a decoy-to lure vessels on the coast.
-Love laughs at locksmiths. 'Nis
tress: "Cook, it's very strane, but I
always fancy I can hear sub<fted con
versation in the kitchen on Susan's
night out." Cook: "Oh, dear me,
metmt, beggin' your parding. mem;
which it's me a-reading the Pilgrim's
Progress to myself aloud, men."
-A Towanda, Pa., sign reads thus:
"John Smith, teacher ofcowtillions and
other dances-ganmmar tat in the neat
est manner-fresh salt herrin on draft
-likewise Goodfrev's cordlinl-rutes
sassage and other garden truck. N. B
--liawl on fridav nite-prayer meet
hg cheusday-also saline singing by
-An article upon the human figure
says that "the proportions of the figure
are six time the length of the feet."
Coming gtenerat.ions, whIlen shall excn
v'ate aChticago young lady's shoe, wil
remark incontinentIv: "Thtere were.
gatinthoc das, n mentally
speaking of the observance of Sundar,
says that there were over' one~ hmudrdd
salo.ms open1, tmost of the stores~ do
a brisk business, antd it, is thet chief
amtusemetnt day itn all othier resp)cts.
Not a Chinamnan is allowved to g~ain a
foothol int that city utnder pain: of be
ing mlstatitly strung utp.
--A fanmous judge camte late to court
One dtay in bust seasonI:
'Whereat his clerk'int *,reat surprj)ise,
Inaimured otf hint the reason, *
''A child was born," his lionor'said,
"'And i'm the happv sire."
"'An inttit judge ?" "Oh, nto, said he,
-As ylet he's bitt a erier'."
---utlish wvoman enttetred the gal
lery of George Elliott, a photographter
at Columb,us, Ohio, the other day Z aid
asked to have the picture of' her' bahv
taketn. The baby wa'is p)laed( ill pd..
sitioni befotre the camera andt( tbe phio
t.ograp)her wetnt to work. T1he womnan
shipped out and away, atnd tIme bab)v is
still on the p)hotogral her's hands.
-- A Nesw H1 aimpshlire wvomnan has a
husbanid wvho is addicted to joitning
secret societies. Onte of her exaspera
ted otutbursts is thuts reported bv the
Manchester Afrror': "Jitne I JIe'd jute
anythitng. There can't nothting come
atlotng that's darttk and sly atnd 7Iidd(en,
butt he'll jine It Itf anvbody sho~uld get
iup a society to burtn his house dowVn
de'd jite it just as 80oon as he could get
it in, and if Ite had to paty to get in he'dI
go all the sud(denter."
T fWO car loads fine White Cot'n,?
I two car loads Fodder, 11ay and
Will finid it to thteir interest to call
onl me before they make their p~urchmas
e. JNO. D. McCAlRLEY,
W~ In thte store south of Sugenheim
or & Groescheol's Clothting Store.
T HE utndersigned begs leave to inform
.thin customera and the publio gener
ally that he is prepared -to give satisrae.
tion to all who may favor him with their
- H. 0, HUTCHIESON
will shave yon with facilt-eottin
dyeing and drossing in the atest and
most approved style, with
J. M.. McCALL
At the Ohampion Batrber Shop and Sham
pooing Saloon, Winnsboro, 13. ..
NEW ISER 01111IR DESK
BOOK ANDor nOaRST.,
ONE of.the handiest and-mnost popn.
har' inventiouns of modern times. Gan
be attached to any. arm-chair withmot
trouble. Price, $3.60, *8.00 and *2.60.
For particulars, address
W. McBRIDE 81M1TH, AO-r.,
New Goods of all kinds cont inually
arriving at J~ M. 'Beaty & Co.'s, o i
the comor- , .
1G8, WRNs -18805
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
Annonceo the receipt of a large as
sortwent of Spring Goods in the
ver latct 6esigi s and Nov
chies. " nd they on'er'the
1ollowin goods an
low as any
in the 'ioro.
Wool Bunting in a'l desirable shades,
Fronob .Uunt;ng in V!ack and Navy Bluo
the handucsucst ever brought to this mar
ket. A beautiful line of
In entirely now designs, with Insert
ings to match,
Just opened and ready for inspeetion.
Call and see.
Of all kinds and of the best quali'y
at the low e;t possiblo figures. -Call early.
A large stock of Gents' Furnishing
Goods for th$ Spring trade. Call and be
Wo would call the attention of the pub.
lie to our large stock of Ladies', Gonts',
Misses' and Children's Shoos, which we
are now disposing of at a remarkably low
price. Give us a call before you pur
chase elsewhere. as we feel satisfied w(
can suit you in quality, style and price,
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
We will sell our large stock of Trunks,
Valises, Railroad Ungs and Satchels at old
prico, although they have advanced ful
ly 25 per cent.
AN EARLY CALL
Will repay ladies. We ask you only t<
come to see our stock and to hear tl<
prices, and if you Nlo not tiicl it to your
advantwge to buy, we will not ask you tc
P. I E R & BRO.
tIKE EVERYTING ELSE.
A WORD) TO THLE WISE.
The~ prevnailing boom ha~s struckc
the Pini o and Organ trade. All
creation and their relatives are buy
img mutrumengts this year. Ameorica's
countless factories enn't half supply
the dleman d. Manufacturers have
to day unfilled orders enough to
keep thorm busy for the next six
months. Material and labor cost
t wenty. five to fifty per cent more
than a fewv months since. Manufac
turers haive raived prices and must
continue to advanco. The low priceb
of the past won't come again for
As yet we still sell at old prices,
but we MUST A DVANCE SOON.
Give us your order NOW, for deliv
ery of instrumnents at once or within
THREE MONTHS, and we will
guarant'ee OLD PRICES, oven 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 ths3 privilege. Take our
business advice and
Or&er' a1t Once T
LUJDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
BUY THE BEST!1
LADIES,' Mines' and Infants' n
Shoes, made by Ziegler Brothers, o
Philadelphia. Celebrated "Standard
S'er v'ed" Shoes, made by the Bay
to Shoe and Leathor Co,,. ape
es at the Corn~er 8tore.
BE~LDIATY & do,
Prices ust Tell!
T HAVE purchased one of the best lines of Goods, embracing Dry Goods,,
I. Notions, Millinery, Shogn, Hats and Clothing ; also, a complete line of
Glass and Crockeryware, which I offer to the trade far below Winnsboro,
quotations. I have no old trash carried over from last year,-nor bad.styles
bought before the opening of the Spring season.
Good Calicoes at 7 centR. Specialties at 8a and - 9. 100 pairs Coloread
I Corded Jaconets at 9 and 10 cents-worth 12 everywhere. Five Bales
Domestics at factory prices. Goods must he sold.
Fifty pieces White Pique bought under the hammer and at prices 20 per
cent. below their actual value, commencing at 8 cents up to sometbug nic
at 15, 18 and 22 cents. Look at our French Corded Marseilles at 35 cents,
worth 50 cents. 100 pieces Spring Cassimeres and Cottonades. Get my
prices before buyirg elsewhorv, NotionR ! Notions 1 I Notions 1 t 25 doz.
t Hose full regular at 25 cents. A nice line of Brown Balbriggan Hose a
40 cents. 100 dos. Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs, beginning at 4 cents
up to a nice article at 10 and 121, and something extra at 20 and 25 cents.
Pead on. Shirts 1 Shirts ! ! Shirts !!! Mimnaugh's Wamsutta. Shirts
are acknowledged to be the best in the market for the money.
1y New Department--Real Hair---50 Switches just received. Don'tbuy
before getting my prices. A nice line of Flowers from 10 cents up t6
something real hi.ndsome at 25, 35 and 50 cents. Comtre prices before
buying, This week's attraction at Mimnaugh's-TEN CENT COUNTEIR.
J. L. LMIMNAUGY
The Acknowledged Leader of Low Prices.
Second Arriva1 of Dress Goods
--AT THE NEW STOlE.
H AVE Received n full lino of Now and stylis'h DRESg nooDs, nrocateI., in lellotropq RA
Uluths, DeLaines; new styleg In apanese s Ilk4 nd4 llortford tWK 81itAng1.
A beautiful line of LAWNS, PIQUES, Muslins, Edgings and Trimmings.
GEhTl ' F RNISINoOOODS. for Colebrated Elghmwo shirt. Gent's, Youths and
Children's Felt and Sti"aw IIAT8. aents' Cassimferes.
andales' FRENCHI KID HUTON B(OOTS. Ladies' Kid Newport Ties. Gents% Southern Ties
90r Special attention given to order: br mail.'
DES11ORTES & EDMUNDS,
febA80- - ol.UMB11A S. Cr
ALPHABETICAL AD1ISM .
v. auvO~ LU -LAY IL Ut[,VIItfV.
1argains in buying our stock, enables us to offer bargains to customers.
'Cause we offer the best stock this Spring that We have ever shown.
Dare any competitor to give you better valued for your money than we do.
Everything fresh, new style and very low.
Feehng an interest in our customers, we desire their friendsuip.
Goods arc advancing in price, but our prices are always low.
Heavy stock to sell, anxions and willing to show you our goods.
In Dress Goods, we ni'n to lead the trado. See our neow styles.
Jeans and ('assinteres, Cloths, etc., we show a large stock for men and boys' wear.
Kaihoos. (inghams, Alpaeas, Silks, etc. A fine, now stock of these goods.
Ladies will inct much to please theni in our stock of Notions and Dress Furnishings
Many customers have we, but we want more, and we will get them, too.
Never, under any circumstances, wil' we knowingly misrepresent anythinr we sell.
Only first-class Goods-each of a special kind-and many kinds have u e to show.
Prices alwa) s low, quality of goods considered. C onto and examine.
Quality is as much a consi'seration with us as quantity; we buy the best
1 ibbons and Lnees, to deck the Iretty faces which belong to our customers.
'Shl don't speak it out loud; but our stock of Ladies' Hosiery is new, large and nice.
Trimmings for Dresses, Cloaks, and all the Paraphernalia ct- I adies' Wear.
Unerwcar for ladies. for Spring and Sumncr. Now is the time to buy.
Variety is the delight the wonan's heart. Sen our stock and then weep for joy.
When you want anything we haven't got, in stock, we'll get it for you.
Xxtra tine stock of Ladies' Gloves and Parasols. 1'rices low.
You are invited to come and see our New Goods whether you wish to buy or not.
Zinco-e in our efforts to please, we hope to see you all in good time, and sell you
Jusl'receie'iil aoiheisio'1;6oY late?aEy %Vl ) n i stlieLadies'Favorite
We are yours, ever "ready and willirg,'
inch 27 -- SUGENIIEIMER & GROE SCHEL,
G R A N 0 P E'N I N G
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
0ODS are now open and ready for inipection, and ladies will do well
to call and see the best selected and largest stock of Millinery ever
brought to this market.ofMliey vr
Domestics, Straw and Chip Goods, French Pattern Hats,
Caicoes. Feathers, Laces, Nets, Lawns, MuaIlins.
White and Colored Piques, Dress goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corsets. Gloves, Notions, -Hosiery, Lace Bonnets Ritching,
Belts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fichus, Ties and everything generally
found in a first-class Dry- Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery Establish
ment. You can got all you want as zeasonably as sane goods can be bought
anywhere. Always on hand a
ofOf Shoes for Men, Ladies and Children. Men's and Boys' Hats. All kinds
of Family and Plantation Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., &c.
Another large lot of the popular newv Davis Sewing Macbines. Every
family should have one.' No one should be without it Call and see the
range of work it will do. I sell it on its own merits.
ajmll 1 J. O. BOAG.
F. ELDER & CO.
RESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform the citizens of Winnboro and
surrounding country that they are now in receipt of their Spring and
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE.
CLOTHING FOR EVERYBODy.
STRAW AND, FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN
NOTIONS IN PROFUSION.
* AND LINEN DUCES.
All o ur Goods are fresh,aneve and p Gty We w tae pleasure 1w
OUR GROCERY STORE
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