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THP, NE'S AND ITERALT .
W1NNba.UltO, 8. C.
TUIRSDAY. May 11. : : 1*80
N. M.'A N DA VI4s, Kn,iTol.
JN . . R Y.VOLD.N. AqsaCIATX DITOR.
'i. AJ(IUSeTA hronicle an on.
stitltioluit siggestR the followig
Presidential ticket-.G1rant and Whit
SE.veRAL TOWNS IN TIE STATE HAVE'
adopted ordilances Ainst the Carry
ing of contcaled weaponls, anld thle
Logislaitnre Will doubtless be called
Upon to act, (him winter. Winnsbore
has det-erinfiled to eiforc the ordi
ItnC againSt the salo of liquor on
Suildays. mid an ordinance against con
cenled voaipois ias beci adopted. If
the title of liquor to iinors be also
previtvd, a good work will hatve been
IN THIH P.ST WEA-K A lALINE HAS
gained (,omiderably on the Old Mai,
and his tollowers are much encouIg
ed(. A dotermbied effort will be made
to break up the solid Gi'ait delega
tiois from New York and Pennsyl
vania. It is certailn that. some of the
delegates fr_ tIs (layS will disobey
the 1nit rule, ilaSmich ats two Nationi.
Mal Coniveitiois have ailready declared
lint unil.t remolutionls cannot be used tc
com1pel delegates to vote agailst their
prefereiceu. Blaine men claim it
lefeetioni o' twenty or thirtv votes il
them. two Sttles, bUt the (hird-terillers
ridicule the ideal. This is the seasol
for thle roorblicks and a elaitrds, ald
prudent Ieln will withhold their opin
ion tlr a while longer. Onc thing is
certain, ("rnt. 1ha1s proved relarkably
weak in the North, and his iomlination
must come from tle Solid South.
tA wirt:A IN THE, SPRING.:IELD R
publien assers that Tildet has di
rectly or idirectly captured a lin
dred and seventy-five delegates out of
the two hundred already elected. This
writer says that Tildeni is igain on a
still h11ilt. Coiveitions meet oine
afler anlother, ilstruct for no one,
pledge thcir delegates to vote as a
nilt. antid urge a contiinunce of the
two-thirds rule ill the convention. As
Tildenl haits not vet decided whether lie
will un11 himself, it is more convenient
to have his delegates nn11pledged. But
he in11ids, at any rate, to dictate the
Cimiliati 1oll1i nat 101, which, if lie
slitceed, will not be 'Thurmianl, Sey
moir, I Ian1cock, l1ayard or l endricks.
The writer may be correct, but Tilden
hans aehleved sucl a reputation as a
sChemo'r Ihat lie is charged with a
great deal more than lie is responsible
for. 8till tle Democrats might as
well be on the lookout. Just ats Demo
oratic States have elected most of the
Grant, delegates, so miost. oif, Tilden's
st.rength has1* Comle fromi Republican
Staes,andwhile the party is ausleep
Tildeinimay slip in aund bear .off the
receive it for himself or for any of his
Th'le'different lus in the county
will have all held meetings between
-- this and thle last Sat urday in Mayv. As
these mleetinigs mark thie opening of
ai mtost implortanlt Staite anld Naitioiial
campilaign1 it. be)hooves every Deimocat
to partleip)ate in them, and to evince
that interest w hich is essential to Suc
cess. Nothing can 1)e added to the
admirale circular of the county chair
mani. We cani merely empilhasizeC its
appeals11 anid aidmtonitions. T1hie County
Convention will becle pnto send
b)e desired by Fairfild. It may lie
called upJoni to select delegates to a
Congressional Convention anid a Coni
vention to noinltate at solicitor for this
circuit. The questioni of the county
chairmaiiship will also conie up before
It. Any other bujsiniess that mafy be
for the good of thie party eaR be acted
on, though we can think of nothing
nlecessary at presenit. T1hie call of' the
couinty chairman provides foi thle same
numnber of delegates as wer*e sent by
the resp)ective clubs to the County
Convention in 1878, which was about
seventy. We know nlothing that will
mar the harmony of convenition. Still
every mnemiber elected should be
p)romnptly in his place when the roll is
called. The Raids are waiting to see
wvhat caln be done. Let them be dec
Imoralized In thie outset by the solidity
of thie D)emocratie phalanx.
Ood "Til T URN X oT."
GodFriday and the Fourth oftJuly In the
Olden Timew--Flue1 Fun at School,
ROCKY CnEEK, AMay 4.--[ propose
now to give your Juvenile readers all
acconunt of the custom at our 01(d fild
schools when I was a boy. The first
T'Jurn Out" I was engaged in took
plae the day before Good Friday,
for an E'aster H[oliday In 1810. Then
again on the 3d of July. The school
boys called upon the teacher for a
two purposes-on1e to enjoy a little
fun and take hloliday hlimsehf, the othier
to pretend lie did( nOt wish (lhe stu.
dents to lose a dlay from school. Eiarly
next mnorning all thle students, by pro.
Vilns un dersta nd ing, were at th
school0-house. They soon barricadedl
the door, there being but one0, th<
house hbeing built of unhewn logs
with dlirt floor, covered witl hlp
boards, weightod downi with p)oleG
') (not miany nmils used theni anid theoy
being wrought), large cracks belng
left In the wall, which served for lighl
In stammer. The larger' boys placed
the smaller, ones Inside wilth sharji
-' t'pks o dIsplite the teacher's enitranec
whl. hke returned, for It was expoeted
that. on his arrival, Seehlg the barr.
cade, lie woul ru ofi to .get the
scholars to follow him1, and by out
stripping them to get back first and
capture the citadel. The programme
vas followed out, He cane and Saw,
and betook himself to-flight, the larger
boys pursuling. Getting the start, he
made the best time possible In the
race, behig young and fleet. Hie
made a circuit of about a mile through
wvOods aild flulds, over gullies and
fences, seeking, fox-like, the most
diflicult ground for the chase. Ie
would soon return to the house and
demand entrance. We little boys
used our- pointed stlcks through the
cracks and forced him to atitempt an
entrance on the roo. Our pointed
sticks oil little poles were used mnan1
fully, threatening all tho while to
)inlich out his eyes, until his puriuers
appeared. Dowii lie came, and thenI
the tug of Wal. We all simultaneous- -
ly seized him, put him to the groinid,
tied him fast, the larger ones carrying
him to a deep hole of water, lie strug
gling to loose hirself romu their grip,
and they shouting over their victory.
Now for the fun of dipping, which
they did, I 1hink, three times. Then
Ie capitlalited on our terms. These
werf a treat. of one gallon of peach
brandy and mne or two days for holl
(lay. Two boys were sent for the
liquor, about a mile, to the nearest
still-house. It. cost flfl v celits, I sup
11ppos, as that was th'0 price many
years afte-rw.ard. No canldv, raisins,
alioids. etc. thell for us. Mostof the
pupils partook of the braIIdv, es well
as the tutor, and a tew b't its elflets.
WVe soon repaired to ourl respective
abodes, shoutig und Singing over our
victory, which we repeated to our
pitrenits, elder brothers and sisters
withi IS inuc1hC gusto Us didi, perhaps,
the soldiers at'ter the victory of New
Orleans.-'My fourth teacher, the ven
erable IJa. V. Wood, a na ive of New
berr Conmity, Would not submit to a
Turn Out., cautioning fils pupils not to
aiMempt it. le wits thol thought the
most competent teachier inl M itdle or.
Upper South Carolina, and as lie told
us nearly sel'-ta ight by teaching. I
was with hiti afgain in 1821 at. Monti
i cello. 1He removed to Cohuibiii In
1823, and taught ai Eiglish school
there utatil he was eighty years of a4e
I think. in 1822 1 entered the Rev.
N. W. 1lodges' school at Monticello.
lie was a graduate of the South Caro
ina College, froin Abbeville. I attend- I
ed to the sthudy of Latin and geogora
phy, most of the tine. None ot' the
Aitn tnd Greek students had ever
been taught geography, as it is now
1aught, or wtas evenl thenl by our tutor.
Ilistory mid philosophy were not
tught. inl Our School.
I will now (uit, the school room and
cite some items ats to seasons. The
year. 1816 was called the ypetr without
a summer. In conversation with a
friend, four years my senior, i 187.1
he told me hau seen, that year, men in
the wheat hurvest field with their win
ter clothiig on-onle with anl Overcoat.
Then the wheatt harvest did not occurC
until about the 15th or 20th of Jutie.
I recollect it. was a re darkably dry
sunshiter, and wi cut downit It',u muchl of
our' corn and fed it to stock, and CurPed
mecat for winter use. TIhae year 1817
was quite rainy ini spring andl summner,
so much so that bottom lanids yielded
but a scat crop. The year 1818 was
a dlry o1nei summner and but a scant
crojp was umade. I recollect. my father
realized an abutndant yield fromt hi.u
farm in 1819. T1here were such con
tinutous riniis in the summer of 18171
that the wheat crop was with dittleul-I
ty harvested, tand the b)reald from the
tlour p)rodllced vomitinig. It was
called a ick''iheqt.-.1 will close for the
preen, ndsend down something more
We have haed an1 abundi(anlce of raini
reenItly, but vegetationi, especiahlly
cotton, shows a flne color and( a1ppear's
vigorous. The wheat opI is much
1injutred by f-ost and1( hail, antd I fea'ir
there will' be a scanity yield ~eneral
ly. V. E.
8oUTu c ARtOLINA NEWS.
-Press and Banner: The clothing
of a little daughter of Mit Sibert, col
eredl, in lBordetax, took fire last
Thursday morning. She was so badly
burned that she (lied In a few mitnutes.
-A Pomona Grange was organized
at Gireenwvood last Saturday, hvith the
following ofileers: A. M. Aiken, WV.
M.; J. W. Thomas, 0.; l.r. M. B.
Tauggart, lecturer ; Rev. J1. 1. Blonner,
chapullainm; A. P. Roozer, treasurer; R1.
M. Anderson, secretary ; E. Shepperd,
watekeeper; Miss Sibert, L. A. S.;
lis olandc, Ueres, F"lora atnd
-Medium: Tihe Rev. W. F. Pear
son, of D)ue Werst, was in a most pre
carions condition last week, and lhe
was not expected to live. .ils brain
was affected, aind lie lay in a totally
uinconiscious condition for two or three
days. Last year lhe had something
like a sunstroke. fi'om which It Is like
ly hle has not wvholly recovered.
-Trhe heaviest rinlt knowvn in this
county for many year*s foil last Thutrs
day. It ext endedt pretty much all
over the county, but in thme upper see
tlin aind on the Saluida side It contin
ed In a p)erfect torrent for as much as
an hour, washing up thie land, swell
ing thme water courses, ando rendering
the ground a great deal too wet to
-Intel#gencer: There was a light
ti'ost. in this sectIon on Friday last,
but not enough to do any damage.
-A p)ostoffice has recently been es
tablished at Robert's Church. in this
county, ando wvill be knowtn as Robert'c
Church postoficee. Mr. C. 1B. Gilmeor
-People: Passenger coaches will
be put on the Barnwvell and Bllackville
Rtail road on the 1st of Jumne. Captifin
Woodwvard says that ho will extend
his road f\'om Blackvlleo across the
Edlsto if' the people of' Oranigoburg
will give him substantial encourage
-Sentinel: Planters who had cot
ton already up were quite uneasy on
Friday and Saturday last, as thie
weather wvas nearly cold enough for
-Buletin: Fior several weeks
typhoid fever has beeni prevailing to a
considerable extent in thme extreme
Smart of Baton. Rouige township border'
ing on Broad Rtiver'. There.hiave beeni
Aace, Wilg iils own) flit
)y, ti<d bur eses ilthi iEliy 01'
hired nm. There have beenl Feve
Cases In the neighborliood, but so i
only two deatiths have restilted-C
white and the other colored.
-Mr. J. Ferguson Burber was
town yester<ly oil business in CA
nclonl with the projected cotton f
tory at Fislibng Creek. A meeting
the corporators will be held in I
course of tenl days to elect ofilcers al
orgamr.eiZ permanent11WHy. Whenl $50,(
shall have beenl subscribed to t
capilal stoek of .the Company, stc
will be taken to putshlip enterprise
-The postofilce atLaGrange, whi
was disconiinued soe thiie ago
the postoflice department, has bee i
-Relporter: Five thousand doli
3f the Cheraw und Chester Countl
per cent. bonds were sold here
ruesday at8o cents.
-On last Thursday all portions
his counh, were visited with as hea
Ialls of rain.as have ever been kno%
in this region-some say the heavil
they have ever seen. The strea
Were very full.
-Adreriser: On Wednesday nit
)f last week the two vello%V m
Irooks and Wit(son, tried it the 11
erm of our court for the murder
,kr. Jefforson ('ates, of the Ridge,
ectud their escape from thie ja
fhey were under sentence for In
--Messenger: Mr. W.r Searcey
,leaiiiig about. eiglt acres off an e
leld one day last week killed ilf
-A colored schoolhotise near La
onville was burned recentiv. T
muihting was in close proximit.v to
rrog shop. The Lawt.oiville 'Dem
1ratic Club has olflred to ibe any atte
iey to prosecute the case against t
-The oats crop in the upper porliq
)> Coleton county is almost a coi
>ete I1ilure. This is bad for t
IrIIIlers, as il plantilig a very lIII
Iro of cotton necessarily thiey ha
)IlIAted less of corn.
--.uazette: A. negro man wh
Irivimg a team from Camden to t
Swift Creek section, on last Saturd
'ie 0om the wagon aid was uin ov
)> the wheels. i10 was terribly mu
ated, and died soon after. a
--The attendance at the courthou
m last Monday vwas slim indeed. T
armIers ire too busy to come to to%l
miless they have special and urge
msmliess. Slerill' Doby sold 1,8
Lcres of land, in thlke upper part of t
otunty, for $150. This was she oin
-Adolphus Frayley, colored, w!
vas shot i the back a short time sin
or atteiitiiig to escape tom Consl
)le Peebles, died recently from the 4
lects of the wound.
-The leading merchants of Caind
Vill close their stores during the sm
ner months at 6 p. i.
-Dispatch: The heavy rains 4
Phursday in many sections of t
ount y damaged young crops. Sec
H some instances were washed out
Ie ground, necessitating replanti
nd consequently* later crops.
-On Monday Capt. D. J. Grifflt
mt the part of the bondsmen of D).
Iendrix,, former county treasur,
taid up in~ full the deflieincy due t:
outnty and the school fLuid.
-lerald: The (iwellinig house, wvi
hrmitu re and the wearing apparel,
tobert Spence, a colored man wi
ives On Mr. Baruch Duncani's plat
r'as consumed by fire on Suinday, t
-The Confederate monument
his p)lace will be unveiled June 30th
-Courier: The rust in wheat
~eneral throughout, the county.
ome places farmers are plougliing
pl and plaintiing corn. Early .oats a
--Mr. Green, near Seneca City, h
contract with parWties in) Bost.on fi
urnishing timber for making shuttk
)ogwvood is the timber used and
awed by Mr. Green in convenic
ithape for shipping over the Air Line
-Spartan: Saturday morning t]
hecrmnometer fell below 50. The
vas frost in ex posed places, but n
mnough to hurt vegetation. Lr
L'hursday there wvas a verv heavy ni
,vashing ralin ini many por'tionts of ti
-On the 27th of A pril there w
aid at Seneca City the corner-sto
'or an Episcopal Church, which it
toped will be comipletedi in a shc
ine. T1he ceremony wvas very solen
md1( impressive. Thne palstor' in charl
:he 11ev. J. D. McCullough, wvasi
sisted by the R1ev. Ellison Capers,
LGreenville, wvho delivered a short b
nost admirable address suitable tot
--Enquirer: $28,600 of York Con
.v, Chester and Lenoir Narrow (Gau
Etailroad bonds were sold Oin Mond
it p)rices ranging from 95 to 96&.
-Rock Hill lerad: Meriday B:
ley, a colored preacher, was tried
MIonday before Trial Justice Fewe
sharged with assault and battery up
Dause Stewart, a young colored ii
mian. He admitted striking the
rendant, but justfed the act on t
vround that her mother, with wh<
Ebe was living in intimate relatiot
had given him the ighlt to (10 so. T1
litry did not admit his right to stri
the girl, and accordingly conict
him. The justice impose upon hin
line of $18, or imiprfsonent in Jail
A s .CoTT'ON IS l(iNG in commerce,
[he Liver is king in the hutmant s'
temn. We Cannot live in any pef
with this great organ dIseased.
keep It In condition to perform.
tmetions, use Dr. Gilder's Liver Pi1
r'hey are sold by all druggists a
uountry merchants. For sale byI
W'. E. Aiken. 20,
-"It doesn't Improve vegetables
ioatk them in water," says an excban
rud the New York ETpress adds tI
It does improve a mant." WVelh, ye
someo men. WeT once saw a man w
tad been soaked it water two wool
lie was dead but hie wvas improvt
lie could no longer come home drui
and( abuse his wife anid children.
- Absolutely free firom morphio. al
athter da.ngerous agoet. Da. li
Baby Syrup is valhued. mest higt.-tN
remtedy fot th'e disorders of bbyht
Price only 25 ents a bnotl . .
"0 WINES AND LIQUORS
e GREAT VARIETY.
to WOULD most respectfully luforij
c my custoliers and the citizens of Fair.
by flcIld gonera'1llv, that I keep in stock a
,- fll sl)ply of iloe Liquors, Cigars,
rs Tobacco, &c., &o., and guarantee
D satisfaction to any onle giving me i
trial. My sock consists as follows:
y ImPOiTE IQUORS.
ast OTAID, DUPUY & CO.S COGNAC
BRAND'S SC[IEDAIM GINS.
RAMSEY's SCOTCH WHISKEYS,
oft JAMAICA L1. ). RUMS.
F. MORINO DE MORA SHERRY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
in (. if. MUMM & CO.'S ]ImEIMS
GENUINE 1RlHlNE WINE.
lie DO3MESTIC IQUORS.
o- SARATOGA PU11R14 RYE WIIS.
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
lie STRAUSS' IMPOITE) RYE WIII1S
R . EY.
KEESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
lie ROCK WHISKEY.
Y, CELEBRATED) PFE[AiFER E. RYE
KENTUCKY BOURBON WIIIS
mI PLANTATION RYE WHISKEY.
50 VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTH CAROLINA SW EET MASH
1o CORN W18KEY.
a- PLANTATION CORN W1Il8KEYS.
.. GINGER BR)NDY.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
m FRENCIE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
Id VERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
ig I[Q%IE 1YEADE WVINES.
h, 1 KEG DRY 84UPPERNONG WINE.
r, 1 KEG SWE'ET SCUPPERNONG
1 KEG SWEET CATAWBIA WINE.
of' IIAJ4T JJQUORS:
B IERGOER & ENGEL'S CELEBRIAT
IC ED LAGER BEER ON DRIAUGIIT
at BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
[n PURE NATURAL APPOLONA
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
is IAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN
uit CENT CIGA R.
TIHE PRiME MINISTER CIGAR--3
IC FOR 25 CENTS.
reC TIlE PUCK CIGAR-3 FOR 25
1(1 TIHE CORONET CIGAR--3 FOR 25
as THlE SONORA CIGAR--3 FOR 25
rt. THIE SMASHER CIGAR-5 FOR 25
m- TIHE LIGHTNING CIGAR-5 FOR
of 25 CENTS.
heC THE MONARCH OF TIHE SOUTH
CIGAR-- FOR 25 CENTS.
n.. TIHE MASTER STROKE CIGAR-5
eFOR 25 CENTS.
THlE AMERICAN TWINS CIGAR
ii- 5 FOR 25 CENTS.
n TIHE COSTA RICA CIGAR-- FOR
TIHE ROYAL SEAL CIGAR-10
eFOR 26 CENTS.
n TIHE ROSE AND LILY CIGAR-10
he I OR 25 CENTS.
0TIHE hiAVANA CHIAROOTS-5
af CENTS EACH!.
30 T. W. BLACKWELL'S SMOKING
SCHE WING TOBACCO-THREE
~r. SODA WATER.
TIHE BEST MIXED IIEVERAGES
eo, OF TIH E SEA SON SERVED
s;AT ALL HOURS OF
sTHE DAY, TO SUiT TIHE MOST
Ik FASTIDIOUS TASTES.
I' . -F. WV. hEABENICIIT.
d-. . REAR 01? TOWN HALL.
1880. EPRINGS 1880,
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
Announce the recoipt of a large as
sortinent of Spring Goods ill tho
very tatest desigi-s and Nov.
cities, ind't,hoy offer the
following goods as
loV 11s any
in the 'Toro.
Wool Bunting in all desirablo shados,
Frencoh Bunting in Black and Nav Blue
the handsceest over brought to his mar
ket. A beautiful line of
In entirely now designs, with Insert.
ings to match,
Just opened and ready for inspection.
Call and meo.
Of all kinds and of the best quality
at the lowest possible ilures. Call early.
A large stock of Gents' Furnishing
Goods for the Spring trade. .Call and be
We would call the attention of the pub
lio to our large stock of Ladies', Gents'
Misses' and Ohil.tren's Shoes, which wo,
are now disposing of at a renarkably low
price. Give us a call before you pur
chaso elsewhere, as we feel satisfied we
can suit you in quality, stylo and price.
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
We will sell our large stock of Trunks,
Valises, Railroad Bags and satchels at old
prices, although they have advanced ful
ly 25 per cent.
AN EARLY CALL
Will repay ladies. We ask you only to
colo to see our stock and to -hear the
prices. aId if you do not find it to your
advantige to buy, we will not ask you to
P, LNEER & BRO.
BUY THE BEST !
JADIES,' Missp' and Infants' fine
Shoes, made by Ziegler Brothers, of
Philadelphia. Celebrated "Standard
Sorewed" Shoes, made by the Bay
State Shoe and Leather Co., spe..
cialties at the Corner Store.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
ON TIHE POTOMAC."
The War Over! Peace Declared!
IRoth Sides Victorious.
PIANO BLOCKADE RAISEID.
The long strike and lockout in
Newv York Piano factories ended.
All factories open. 5,000 locked out
workmen again ..t work. A new pi.
ano turned out every ten minutes.
Workmen happy.. Purchasers wh~o
wanted pianos and couldn't get them
also happy. We have had a sor
ry time for the past two months to
furnish pianos to impatient purchmas
ers who wouldn't understand that.pi
anos had to be made before being
delivered, and it has worried us
muchly, but the "winter of our dis
content" is now o oer, and we are
ALL RIGHT NOW.
Back orders will be filled in short
metre, and new ones by lightning
express. Our stock now on hand is
very large, and it is only certain
styles that we have been short of.
These are "coming," coming," 800,
000 more and don't you forget it!i
Best of all, read this:
Present Prlces Guaranteea I
Raving made new contracts with
leading manufacturers, which hold
good until July 1 next, we engage to
fill all orders received by that date
at our pr3sent prices. Come what
will we shall not raise prices again
until fall trade opens and fall prices
are established. We have advanced
retail prices but a small per cent,
notwithstanding the large advance
in wholesale cost, and our present
prices are still extremely low.
.tUYERS Oan Never Buy OHERR
And they will lose time and money
by waiting. We have special bar
gains to offer cash buyers. New in.
strumenits, new styles, nlew
p rices, new terms. Send for
Oataogues and Descriptive Illus..
trated Price Lists, giving full infor-.
LUJDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
Fresh Arriva1s Every Week
--AT THE NE4W STORE.
O&I'DItTIONAL supVsefPcii,rtlishiro, Lattice. Lace and VictorlaaaxolR l~ocked and4
t ue, I n cloth Dros Linens, Laoe Buntinp, Printsr all In nOw style% Long
10h,SheetlhMs pillow Case Cottons, eto., choal) as tIe Cheape,st.
A DRIVR IN ALL-BILKHIIODatTMadTINYFICETSWMIntM
TIMES r v 'Y' 77I7OI00 at TEN ENT.IYB CENTs, WORTH TTX10NY
Our"roalses have been made BEFORE THlE TIDAL WAVE IN PRICES AND AFTER ITS
BsIENCE. and In consequence onIn give r" * value to our ustoMers for their patronageo.
T11o best assortment ofT8LACE8"Q14VES AN IiTShAthIoUCity.
W7E 8ELL BT1RICT~LY .FOR CASH I
DESPORTES & EDMUNDS.
JUST RECEIVED 10 Pieces of Lace Buntings in all the new and d..
Four Pieces Lubin's Black Cashmores, light weight for Spring and Stu
mer, far below their actual value.
Ten Pieces Lattice Lawns, something new.
One Piece Maciine Tucking at 50 cents per yard, worth 75 cents.
One Piece Hudson Jaconet Tucking at 90 cents per 4rd, worth $1.25
Another lot of fine Marseilles Spreads at $2.00.
Twenty--five Dozen Turkey-Red Doilies at 75 cents a job-warranted fast
Fifteen Pieces Swiss Muslins, commencing as low as 10 cents per yard
up to sonetiing at 25, 30 and 35 centp.
Two Pieces India Ull Muslin to close out at 25 cents, worth 50 cents.
In Guipure Bands and Irish Laces. Ties, Gloves, Crepe Lace Rnahing
and Buttons in all the new designs.
Another Lot of beautiful Chromos just received and to be sold lower
J. I. MIMNAUGH,
The Acknowledged Leader of Low Prices.
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
WE HAVE REMOVED
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE
AMONG THE BEST IN THE STATE,
TO THE STORE ROOM IN REAR OF OUR
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT,
All Goods Guaranteed i
apI 17 -______ SUGENJIEIMER & GROESCHEL.
G RA ND OP-E NING
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOOUS, AND MILLINERY
G1 OODS are now open and ready for inspection, and ladies will .do well
Uto call and see the best selected and largest stock of Millinery ever
brought to this market.
Domestics, Straw and Chip Goods, French Pattern Hats,
Calicoes. Feathers, Laces, Nets, Lawns, Muslins.
White and Colored Piques, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corsets, Oloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets Ruehing,
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 get all you want as reasonably as same goods can be bought
anywhere. Always on hand a
Of Shoes for Men, Ladies and Children. Men's and Boys' Hats. All kinds
of Family and Plantation Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, &e., &o.
Another large lot of the popular new Davis Sewing Macbines. Every
family shouki 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.
aprill1' J. 0. BOAG,
F. ELDER & CO..
R)ESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform the citizens of Winnaboro ad
Lbsurrounding country that they are now in receipt of their Springan
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE.
CLOTHING FOR EVERYBODY.
.STRAW AND FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND OHIEN
NOTIONS IN PROFUSION
AND LiNEN DUCKS.
ll iour Goods are fresh, new and pretty. W e uil tae peasure hi
OUR GROCERY STO1N
sure to cto seu~~dyr wil ceay do youv aoe.'wt