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TI NEWS AND HERALD.
WINNbaRO~, 8. C.
Tilt RSDAY. May 20. : : : 1880. )
-I.V4. V. UE l-XOIW. A'9o4cIATE EnITOR.
'in: N i.. It onK //cduhl still boolis C
foi Ilainliltlti Visit.
Cotity Coivention have been] ect(d. 1
The I1even11 It ward instructed tor Gar.,
4ad Lihe other. wards left their delegates
IN Tins iSL .: WE GIVE ANo-rmT.: inl
tersthilg sklech of the olden tieic
fr-oinl a gentf lemanl who hlas shlownl himl-p
solf einently fitted to talk about it.
We hope lie will colitiliue to contrib
ulto them, as they aro just what, we
have Iong reln trying to get.
THE NeuS (Ind (ourier estiiates t
that out.of sixtv-onec delegates elected I
from diferielit counties thus filr.. thirty- 1:
four are For iagood, nile for Gary a
an1d eighteen. are anlti-Gary. The full t
conveitioi will inumber one hundred I
11d fiftvl-eight delegites, and eighty z
votes will be ncOcessary to secire 1 1
loiittionl in full iiconvention. 1
hbre i Ihe ilieetiig of the Juno Con
veittoion in ( oliml bia. ilthoigh it.
seemis thus Car that a majority il the
Cohivenlftion will be oppo(sed to State
noiat11111ionas at. that ltme, still it is not
well to be loo seure about this mat
ler. The mcre existemice o(' such ln
inipression may lead to arelessness on
the part. of' (lie people. It behooves
those who oppose these early nomina.1111
tions to I oil tle alert, and to, nmike
-lhe issie 1hw tie good of the party alnd v
not ln the -I inerest of' ally individual
canldidate. The elect ion is a long
wlty Off, aid National politics hav
nlot been1 set. aglow. Why South
Carolinta shou1ld wish to be pre'cipiltite r
we eni1 ot. understauld. Tho fi ltmers
a1e1 enllglgd'41 ill gettinlg iirly started v
the leavisto andi1l most expensive crop 1
they have pitcled iin years, and the(y
should he h1(., alolle. iuntil haying hv
season. As they (ons1itute the vast v
pr'e1 ~o lee of voters i the Stat e,
polities should be mado to wait it
-while, onl them.
Miuch the best. limte to reorganliz'e is
while all the calndidates 14are inl the field. t
J'Etch hope.s to receive ithe nomination,
and be nahially stirives to solidify the
party il order to nmake his noinat11( ioll
.Cu111iValeiit. to alni ehe4' lioll. Dill aller' at
ftcket. has; beenl chosenl, ent bu8isism is i
11ore political 1lii persoual, anid lie
pIrt v luist be nade comlact ill ordetr
to wviclh i ". falw m1an. All lte
Illembers of, the parlty having previ
o 1sl 1 ,Iy beenl drilled to tullite solidly ill
the loillinatiol, they cain be rallied
olil (0 to tle support of' any good set
of' 21men1. Tho puiitly or openly avow
0(1 ('andliates at the pr'esenlt timle is 1
evidenice that11 neitherC1 the 1)eople 110r 1
the alspirat b'lii el ievc that, noinationisi
are' near11 at hand. Selectionis made1(1
now11 wo'01hl, wh(t lher' justly 0or 11njust ly,
he 4)pen1 to the acceusiation that thiey are.
1ot, th fee un04 tran'one11led1 choice( of' thle I'
people0. 1 I~ ny 1( cnidtlet 8 )1 is p oivly .
str'ong no0w, hie sho0uld( he equtally C'
stt'ong" in Aulgiust. An a11is the party
desires none1 but,1 Ilie str1onlgest 8stand- r
ard'(-hearerOIs, it shtould be ver'y ('are'ftll I
1to secure'( a) f'i-ce l coner(ec from11 al1l
1dr1ts( of' thle Statte ini or'der to sec'aure
of' alIIlie canichtes, laiying aside14 all
l14Iersonl mot11ives. will make1( postploneC
' men ummimo12t211)1s. Th'1e (cal1 of' the
comm111it1ee waIs ia m~~itk -hoinest, we
doub14 tit, butf a1 miistakle niever'theless.
F"otunalltfly it. 1111 not, yet (101e 'any
- a1pparenit damagiie. --
Thel1 Ar't Int4ehanlge of' l40 Nassan
Street, New Yoi'k, hias just issued
'"Thle Ar't Atogr'aph Atler'ica lre
Fund2(. Th'lis pulicationI contalins
t hirtyv-eighit il lustrations1 by leading1
ar1tists and( engravers, and1( forty auto1
gr'aphlic poems11 and1( sent imenC2ts. Ailmong
teconltrlibutor)1s of the latteri ar'e the
Fieldls, thec editors, *Whitelawv Reid,
.Hlowells, 1llolh1ul, Chlild, IHulbert anid
son), Hlayes and his cabinet, liavard.
and ai numllber of other' clebiies are I
enlterprise IS mtodele1d aftr fthe Paris-.
.Xfu.-cie which was sold for the Muri-i
clan sufi'rirs and( pr'oved such anl im- I
mensei~ success ini every way. A limit
ed editlti has heel) published In threeo
formrs, labin paper1, t wenIty-flie cents,
he~avy paper' oneC dollari, and( hleavy
iplate paper in post. folio flve dollars.
We have given this notlee unrsolicitedl
as we believete At-Auograp of
fersthe estmean ofaldinig the Irish
suitiers, and alt thle same11 time giving
* somethIng of' real value to the pur
chaser. 'The 11erald fund has swelled
to over thriee hundr1Ied and thirty-two
thousand dollars, and t his new enter
prise is expeuted to bring in a hand
-As a Missoutla, Montana, stage was
passing the Mar'simll Grade at mid
nighit two weecks higo lhe leaider m1issed(
hIs 14hOting anid fell Into thle abyss.
J he hor'ses weigh~t threw theo others of
-the tetiam sliways and1( in turn'i thle
- coach followed. Horses and vehieo
iniade three com lplot e revIoltions ihi the
shecer-dowlj fall, but nether' o, the twvo
p)iasengelrs swere killed. 'The drliver'
escaped by leap1i1ng from his seat to
the r ohdbed while the coach yet hung
to thie verge of' thi precipleg. The
1101ses were ull kidlied anrd the WOnndk
of' tut bepsegr ~dsoe
Pe your suubsot'1ption~
I(d the" -veraida are about ten C
velve I et above the ground.
Tho g..i ity of the evening ws at i
eiglht. There 11wer hudreds of I
lies and gentleinein. gathered in th
>uilding. For the beiefit of thos
Ivo hive never Visited Mon(o Curlo,
nay say I a lit. fri-ilibliimr however I
Itay be *regardeclas wielle'd anld - d(
n1orntilizinig in itsolf, does not presen
tich obiectionuablo lturti'es inl thi
ar11i bly llradisc Its it (ooes il less fru
1'ed locallities; land gentlemenl an11
lies of1 1 he highest. res;pectalbilit y an<
(Wi l position ot. ly oi join tle crov<
f on-loo 'kers bu t stake their moniev
I is fl nit wo weeks go shice
vas s.'andwichaed botiveen the Duches
r Mont rose land the Rev. Newma
lull, o'Loundonl, and I noticed tha
lerG ice is qinite as deeply interls
d in the 'ict o1' her live hundired frian
lote as-well, wNe'll stay j was inl 1l,
I 1111( turn-iie( away l:st night fror
he right, haind roulette table and ha
tartell towamrd the trente et Qiuaat
atble, neare-st the nmitelpiece, whe:
tiddenlv a great flash of fire and
hundering report (e'111 froimi the Chini
cypinece. SiInultaneousv uearly al
lights ient out, ad tlhe thiek plat
lass came dowi froim the roof lik
ail. A (1ens(. sikoke obscured ti
utiint glinnner(ilS Of' (the I'M w reminhin
imips, an(d the plaice was coiver(ed il
,second from at bright umd tzzliii
Celle of'gayetyv to the dismal horrorsu
it inferino. A great rush was m11ad
Ir file door, iimid the shrieks 11l1
obs of' niearly all the Women inl tie tw,
oois. 1n11y persons leaped from ti
rhindolws and1(1 somne were badly hur1
y the fall.
Somicthi ngr told Inc in an instani
rhiat haid fiappenied. A bomb ha<
eel exploded close to- the gailninl
1le, and aiid the general wrCck I'h
er)trators of the lac had robbed ti
k. The moment I was free fromi
hle ]oimp!)ajcL 1111ss suiiriig toward th
xit I hat'istenled toward the spot, wher
he explosioi ha1d talkenl plae. Al
endy(V 00.1e'S W(eO there Iefore 111
'he tables wNere coveied tvo iniche
lep wiith splii(ers ofi glass, ani
brough the dense smoke there ia
trely enough glimmer of' light to dib
iniguish bet ween tihe shining gol
neces 111and (he fraigi ents 'of glas
hit wit-h the aid of the monev rake
ie gilass wis (Itickly pulle'l Aisidt
.n1d the early arrivals ralpidly stowe<
way the gold in their pockets. I
here wias any crouipier or otiher em
iloyc. 1iithi'1l to his post I itiled to se
1111. The smiall boxes coilliiliil
mink notes wvere open ad q(ute empt
ild about 30,001'. ill g(ld weCe h1eap11
(d ii confiused nass inl tlie ceitre c
he( table 111)11iolig (lie fragment s ofglass
l'le imen whoini I saw helpinig theiin
elves weire piolmbly mer casual spec
iltors, who profit(ed by tle ovccasioni
mnt were not privy lo the plot. Th
onspiaitors probably Seized it one
1pon the nioles and the lulbroken rOu
ermx of gold and escatped through th
E'very morning the baik supplic
ach roulel ta0ble with 70,000 franae
ud each trentee/rearanite table will
6,000 r'ies, of' which 120,000 franc
IC inl notes and Cho remind 111er is ii
oin. As the bank hal1d won a larg
um1 belfore the explosioit took plaec
onsider that the robbers must, hav
'ot about 1.50,000 franes. Inl abou
hree or four minutes the oflicials cam,
traggling back anid relighting the gas
aithoermg up the r'emiinig gold -an
-lookIng the stable door after the los
ieed. 11ut there' was certainily aanpjl
ime1 ando opportuniityv tor01 one'r twV<
ion to have Icearedl oti' t hrc out c
our of' the tables in the main) salon
L'hat oinly 0110 table was robbed is evi
lence to my muindo that the inmber o
:onspirator's wias limited to two o
hiree at the most.
IN sE.IRCiI OF ThU CULLRru'.,
The1 first question niatur'ally ih
'Nho 1( co lhave (donc it?" The af
he~ Cassinzo-pr~lofess to believe that
,vasl (101e as5 ani act of veng'eanlce it
lead of robbery, and they claim the
lo mloney wals taken. The hypol)th1
is is ab~sur'd and the claim false, foir
nyself' saw a considerable amount tala
at least thr'ee or f'our mniiutcta aft'
lie exlhOsioni. But it is naturial ti
he admiinistr'ationi should wish to di.
:oura'1ge thle idea of robbery, so as n<
0 enc(oura'fge anly repe)titioni of' the a
'air. T1hie croup)iers andl other eni
>loybs ar'e not to he blatned for rm~i
iling away, for several of thiem wcm
at(Ily cut, and as they are not palid I
anve their heads blown off it is onil
'casonaible that thiey should have stoe
00t upon1 the order of' their going.
A Tlowvx IIUNT.-A flitc broke Oi
it t welve o'clock on Fridlay ini the et
vorksL at Milton, Pa., n'nd a hieav
.iorthwest wind p~revainiig, it was ini
)ossible to check (lie p)rogr'ess of ti
lames until the entire business portic
t' the town was destroyed. It is est
miated that four lumi'edl buildiiq~
wer'e burned, including all the chur'c
38, hotels, banks, newspaper office
thie gas wvorks ando de'p)ot. Assistant
u'amcn from Sunbury, Danville Wi
iamspor't, Lewisbu ry and Watsoi
own. Seveiral bodies have been r
movered, but they are burned bevor
ecogniition. TIwo hundI~red and( 'fiti
Fiuniieis have beeni rendered homueles
iind are camping out in the fIeld
Sup~plies of' prlovislins anid clothing a
nleeded at on1ce. It 1s impIo5sible
)stuimato the loss at present.
-The Hecbirew aind Christian cc
~regations at Cuthber't, Ga., worshi
ed1 together recently. Dr. lBenson,
rabbi, preached there 0on Sunday
last week in thme Presbyterian Chiure
ld the Cathber't corespondent of tI
Arlington Advance says the chiur<
was filled to ,overfIlowing, the reguli
choir f'urnisinng the m'usic. The (do
tor based his discourse upon01 a p)art
the first chiapter of Joniah, and f<
neai'ly twvo hour's eloquently an~d lcai'
edly' spoke of the sins anld errors
the nineteenth cenltur'y. lie toucht
upon01 evIls In matter's of' religion, po]
tics, coimmee etc. and portrayi
vividly the couiino society in
r'ope which was rapulidly' becoming pc
mieatedl with the spit'it of frece thong
that wiould ere long crumble iinto dii
every proud( throne in continenital E
. -. -... ... .
-See to It that your child met
with no neglect; wvhen sick use f
tile diseases of babyhood h~r. Bul
Baby Syrup-It neOver disappoin
Price 25 cents.
H[IE town miarket; after to-day, will
. od everymerningat 4o.oaoc
and will be en contimied4 as 'long' as ti
demand for fresh ' #tf w'ill jtos .~
may:13.t2 c. -O
1880s SPRING. 1880s'
t - .
r. LANDECKER & BRO.
I Announce the receipt of a large as.
I sortanent of Spring Goods in the
lvery atest desigi n and Nov
e ties, ..n d they offor the
following goods as
low as any I
t ein the 'Boro.
Wool Minting in all desirable shades,
r French Bunting in Black and Navy Blue
the handsomeft ever brought to this mar
ket. A beautiful line of
In entirely now designs, with Insert
ings to match.
3 Just opened and ready for inspection.
r Call and see.
Of all kinds and of the best quality
at tho lowest possible figures. Call early.
A largo otook of Gents' Furnishing 6
Goods for th-> Spring trado. Call and be
We would call the attention of the pub.
i lie to our large stock of Ladies', lents',
- Missc.' and Children's Shoes, which we I
1 are now d isposing of at a renarkably low
prico. Give us a call beforo you pur- I
S chase elsewhere, a we feel satusled we
, can suit you in gnality, utyle and price.
We will sell our large stock of Trunks,
,alises, Railroad Bags and Satchels atold
Prices, although they have advanced ful
ly 2 per cent.
AN EARLY QALL
Will repay ladies. Wlro ask 3011 only to
Co0n1 to see our stock alld to hear the
Price';. and if you do not find it to your
advantitgo to buy, we will not ask you to
P.I DECKER & BRO.
5 0DOZEN J. & P. Coats' Spool
500 Thread at the Corner Store.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
The War Over! Peace Declared!
I FIANO BLOCKADE RAISED.
'The long strike and lockout in
Now .York Piano factories ended.
,All factories open. 5,000 locked out.
-~ workmen again --t work. A new pi- I
- ano turned out every ten minutes.
I- Workmen happy. Purchasers who
'8 wanted pianos and couldn't get them
0also happy. We' have had a sor
1ry time for the past twvo months to
furnish pianos to impatient purchas
ers who wouldn't understand that pi-.
t anos had to b made .before being
~delivered, an it has worried us
Smuchly, but the "winter of our dise
0 content" is now o her, and we are
SALL RIGHJT NOW.'
1-Back orders will be filled in short,
'metre, and new ones by Iightninig
Iexpress. Our stock now on hand is
'very lairge, and it is only certain
3. styles that we have 'been short of.
(I These are "coming," coming," 300,
*y 000 rmore and don't you forget it
8, Best of all, read this :
Present Prices Susaranteed I
flavinig made new contracts with
1leading manufacturers, which hold
,good until July 1 next, we engage to
a 1111 all orders received by that date
yr at our prssent prices. Come what
ri, will we shall not raise prices again
to until fall trade opens and fall prices
Ii are established. We have advanced
retail prices but a small per (cent,
yr notwithstanding the large advance
>r mf wholesale cost, and our present
I. prices are still extreme.ly low.
!UYE.Oan Never Buy OHEAPER~
~d And they will Iose time and money
i'by, waiting. We have special bar
Sgains to offer cash buyers. New in
s' struments, :new styles, new
L1. prices, new -terms. Send for
Catalogues and Desi-iptive Illus.
trated Price Lists, giving full infor..
ta mation. Address
LUJIDEN & B'ATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organi Dealers.
*Dr'.ngs, M 119jjiegTollet, Goods etc.
Wfl oN~ fo, s.c.
VASuIOXN OF VE OLDEIN TIM E.
low tOur (1-raifuitralrs Dr),esmid hlen
Sparkiig Our raiudniotiers.
Roa U.i:EK, May 1 5.-etween the
'Cars of 1810 and 1816 meni and women
ero principally clad'in habilhitnentsof
eir own1 maiihiietuire. The spiinnhlig,
'lieel anad hand loom were only used,
Xcept by a few, for clothing. Some E
1' the iliics vere silootli uaid regular
Itexture, dura.1ble anid pretty. The
Aton und wool were dyed with bark,
aes or flower, galliered from the c
resi, fogetlier with indigo, copperas, I
Lc. Knee breeches with buckles,
ng vests w ith largo pockets, and
g tail coats wIere Worn before 1815.
4tir1 top boots, ats they were called, C
aeling nearly to the knee, w Nere I
sed about, this time by the wealthy.
andy leg f ellows did not, look well
I knee breeches o' ill Fair top boots.
ut they presented a more ludicrous
gure in "'stocki net" pants 1it1, ing skin a
ght, which followed. Froim 1816 to
418, dress coats (no frocks then) of
rondeloth, cut with very short waists
id long anid narrow skirts and1 gilt t
uttoas, with Marseilles vests, i
"ere worna. G reelI ad blue bomiaba
Ott and ginighl:nan coats and naikeen
ts were tsed For summner wear. e
loots worn outside with a black silk S
ssel sisp'iiiled liromn the top in front 11
'l low ginir:itered, inarrow shoes an1d f
ulps were worn. White and drab 1
uts with broald brinis were'C u(scd.
tfited shirts witl stainding collars
ere worii fiom 1810 to 182. Ladies
0lrV their dresses with I very short
21 sts :and with short'I slecves, and
ng silk gloves, silk ad leIghlaorni bon
vis (no hats Ohen), lie foriner with
'ide brits, the hatier projecting for
ar1d so ftar that (hey secluded a side
iew of I Ile fltee. Tusuans were worn
n'1er ward i the'84 ain anner. Aflter- 'I
'ards tie sleeves were worn quite
rage. R ibbons were used oi bonnelues,
ill no flowers upl) to 1830, and but
ile jwelry, except etlar and lilgel
ies. Black and liigulred silks, bom
lizolts, afterwards bomabazines, Inll
Ainterial suunnlier, also prinlts, white.
utslins a1nd ginghaians im soumaainer
ere UsCld vith lowt' kid and se'alskint
nd inlorocco Shoes. No( t in. than
ix vards ota 11Y fabric Cor sinall, and
ighl. yards Alor 1'a rg'e, ladies were used
) to 183.) Cor. a dress. Low prtinetlas
Vre used alionI this tieii-io gaiters
ln. V glltine11'S of Cishion were not
Ikvn lere. No illillilners or1 mantuar
a.kesS nearr til Charleston, 1
link, pill to 18:10. 1 was a strict. ob- I
erver of' the tilShions anld at connirv
Wrehani and iainer from 18-.7 to
8.11, and wvrito knowinglyr. Eniouighi
I lais. I recolleet inl I i2l1, cot ton
w'oiitd ini I lie fielhs I'rom warm rains
I Spteinber. It, witS conisiide'e'
morthIles!s anid nio.galthIered, olvh by aI
v phlinters in Febriariy and Mareh
Illowing, !"when tlie price laud ad
inced f'romt tea cents. per poind in
)eceimber to twenty 'enis, iad ill
Iny to twelnty-five and)(' tlir.y (cts.
'his degtail, as it was called, sold at
weity (o I wenty-five celts per polind.
)ttri ng tle Legislhttive- sessioni of
)eceimaber 21, the liaious States lights
ecsohiitions, enlled Judge Smiith's
tesoluttions, wereC ad'iopted by 0our Leg
in111 tre, which was the open'lintg wedge
>M Nuli llion. The winter' of' 1828--9
ais so war'm that niost ot' the pork
L'ca1'to 1(i spild, ad cotlton anid to
ucco~ staltks putt out. shooiits and grew
~oui the prevIiou1s year'~s gr'owth, the
ei' '29-a goodI cr'op year. I wilt
lose y'e olden~ ftimes no0w, iand it' 1
'i'ite anyi) more, 1 will give you some14
ainig about whalit wve (ought (10, al! ot'
5 here'( ill Soth Car'olia, ini the fui
arre, that is-if 1 know. W. .
'01in144 f 1110 lup1,blo 41.n at onte Carlo
hli Olm-tk -A S~ennI ort ofusion.
MloNr E (2 .0, A pril 25, .1880.-Alt
nt o'clock last nigh t 3m)Int Car'lo ex
el'iencedl a1 sensationa such as it hats
er knowni beforo' duriing its exis..
ne1C as I 'a headquatera for gaming.
muilst dar11ing alttemplt t r'obbery was
iade nnde41r cover' of the expl1osiont of a
o:>mb in the minl gamling room, by
'hichi most. of' the lighlts were extini
tuished 1and4 all the oilliinls and1( splecta
>t's drliven f'romi 0one of the frente et
As ustual onl Saiturday the number o1'
isitor's was4 griealter thanil at anyl other
meO of'the week, anad, although "'the
ason01" islpraicti('ally over, ther'e are
14uy) hlundr'eds of' forignL!i visitors inl
ice, lntonlc amll MonaIco. The sot't,
dmtty atiri and the exquisite beauty ot'
la e'veing attracted a lar'ge cr'owd to
lonte Carlo to gamble, f1i't, prome1t
Lade and listen to the concert. TIhere
rie several high players at the gam
ing tales-onle of' whom had woni
30),000J0. thc daiy beorle-and( conse8
enit ly the crowd was rat her inelinied
> throng the r'oomns where, amid con
lant requests of' "F~aites vos jeuix,
aessieurs," followed by the mnonoto
ons "'Rien nie vaI plus,'' tue votaries of
Itnce were staking thiousanids npon
lto tun of' a card( 01' the eceenitriugyra'i
ions of' an1 ivory ball. A t every table
lierQ wer'e -numiibers of' sp~ectat'r as8
vel as playg~s, iad the gallerie-as
he thriongv 01 bystanlders is called-waus
llee amt ffourt (deep. Especially was
his the ease at the 1trente et gjuar'anit
able the farthost fr'otm thio entr'ance,
vhei'c play was hlighest. The conecort
vas near its .close, and1(, as the final
trains of' Strauss' "'Chr'oniquo Vietn
ioiso"'valso were piared1,' the concert
'00o1 was nearly *whlol ly abandoned
'or theogreater excitemeont of watching
he high play.
THlE PA LACE- OF CHANCE.
To fully uinderstanid what followed,
isketch of the gaiming rooms Is nec~es
ary. Thue Casino bu ildling consists of
wo par'ts, one0 contalnliig the gaming
ables, the other and lrarger' part bolfig
evoted1 to the concer't room, reading
'oins, vestiaires, ofices, vaults an d
ashl loom. The wing containig the
ables Is 0only a single stor'y In height,
etL upon1)'a high basement. It is in the
Ad Moorilsh stv'le of archiltectur'e, andl~
nost of its r'o'conslsts of heavy col
The r'ooms are lgited by several
-as chandeliers amnd b rackets, and the
abbes have a swinghng chandeller' at
ach end, containing foiltr'lamp)s burn
ng oil. On the mnantelplece stood a
arge, massive br'onze anid gilt elock,
over'al. cando1 labras aind two ver'y
envy Japlinse v'ases. The Wvindo4VB
WINES AND LIQUORS
WOULD most respectfully inform
iy customers and the citizens of Fair
eld generally, that I keep in stock a
uill supply of flue Liquors, Cigars,
'obacco, &c., &c., and guarantee
Atisfaction to any one giving me a
rial. My stock consists as follows:
)TARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNAC
BRAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
tAMSEY'S SCOTCH WIUSKEYS.
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
.MORINO DE MORA SHERRY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
. H. MUMM & CO.'S RHEIMS
GENUINE RHINE WINE.
ARATOGA PURE RYE WIllS
[ATITAN'S 1863 (CABINET RYE
TRAUSS' IMPORTED RYE WIllS
LEESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
TONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
ELEBRATED PF'EIFFER E. RYE
ZENTUCKY BOURBON WHlIS
'LANTATION RYE WHISKEY.
rIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
TORTHI CAROLINA SWEET MASH
ILANTATION CORN WHISKEYS.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCIE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
'ERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
IOIOE MA DE WINES.
KEG DRY SCUPPERNONG WINE.
KEG SWEET SCUPPERINONG
KEG SWEET CATAWBA WINE.
IERGER & ENGE"L'S CELEBRAT
CD LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT
3ASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATURAL APPOLONA
DIGABS AND TOBACCO,
IHAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN
CHE PRIME.MINISTER CIGAR--S
FOR 25 CENTS.
1'HE PUCK CIGAR-S FOR 25
CHIE CORONET CIGAR-3 FOR 25
!LHE SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR 25
PHIE SMASHER CIGAR-5 FOR 25
IUlE LIGHTNING CIGAR-5 FOR
- . 26 CENTS.
rHIE MONARCH OF THE SOUTH
CiGAR-5 FOR 25 CENTS.
rHE MASTER STROKE CIGAR-5
FOR 26 CENTS.
THIE AMERICAN TWINS CIGAR
6 FOR 26 CENTS.
P HE COSTA RICA CIGAR-S FOR
rHE ROYAL SEAL CIGAR-10
FOR 26 CENTS.
PiHE ROSE AND LILY CIGAR-10
POR 26 CENTS.
PiHE HAVANA CHIAROOTS-5
P. W. BLACKWELL'S SMOKING
THlE BEST MIXED BEVERAGES
OF THlE SEA SON SERVED
AT ALL HOURS OF
THlE DAY, TO SUIT THlE MOST
F. W, Ianswxme,
aSREAR OF TOWN HALL
Fresh Arrivals Every Weok
A NDI TO -NAL su plics of Pno'fle, Pcrtihire, Lattice. LaCo and Vitori, r li wns. Checked anfdr
TiL Ji III Cloth *nt DresS *nn", Laco 'untings, Prints, wol In new uioes Longr
iti*Shectillga. i)Ullw (ias COUtons, etc., chICAp US~ the Chii, p't.
A IDiIVRP IN ALL-SILK RIBBiONS, at TEN and 'rWJNTY-ieIVE CENTS, WOJITH THBEJR
'IMES T1114 h'0NHY.
0ul-yurchises have been made BXFoRE THE TIDAL WAVE IN PRICES AND AFTER. ITS
U1)S >ENC. an In consequence ca), give good value to our customers for their patronage.
The bjest, assortment of LACE GLOVES AND MIT$ In the City.
WE SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH I
DESPORTES & EDMUNDS.
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
WE HAVE REMOVED
)UR ENTIBE STOCK OF CLOTHING, ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE
AMONG THE BE3T IN THE STATE,
TO THE STORE ROOM Ix RAR OF OUR
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
All Goods Guaranteed I
ap1 17 SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
F. ELDER & CO.
R ESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform the citizens of Winnsboro 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 OUILDEN.
NOTIONS IN PROFUSION.49
AND LINEN DUCES.
All our Goods are fresh, now and pretty. We will take pleasure il
xhibiting our stock to any and every one. Give us an early call.
OUR GROCERY STORE
Is full and complete as it always is. Pricesi and Goods guaranteed. Be
iure to come to see us, and yon will certainly get your money's wor he'
GR AND OPENING
WINNSBORO DIY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINEKY
OODS are now open and ready for inspection, and ladies will do welt
Lto call and see the best selected and largest stock of Millinery ever
rought to tis 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, Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets Ruching,
Belts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fichus, Ties and everything generally
round in a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery Establish
rnent. You cairget all you want as reasonably as same goods can be bought
inywhiere. Always on hand a<
Of Shoes for Men, Ladles and Children. Men's and Boys' 1Rats, All kinds
of Family and Plantation Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., &c.
Another large lot of the popular new Davis Sewing Machines. Every
family should have one. No one should be without it. Call and see thQ
range of work it will do. I sell it on its own merii's.
april 1 .J. O.BOAG.
JST Rh EC.EIVED 10 Pieces of Lace Buntings in all the new and do..
Fou, r Piecoes ubi Bla Cashmeres, light weight for Spring and Suma..
Ten Pieces Lattice Lawns, something new.
One Piece Machine Tucking at 50 cents per yard, wor%' 75 cents.
Oe Pieece Hudson Jaconet Tucking at 90 cents per erd, worth $1.23
Another lot of fine Marseilles Spreads at $2.00.
Twenty..ive Dozen TurkeyRed Dollies at-75 dents a job.-waranted fast
Fifteen Peces Swise usline commencing as low as 10 cents per yard
Two Pieces India Mull Musi to plos'e out at 25 cents, worth 50 cents,
. . SOMETHING NICE
an Gipern Bands and trlsh Laes. 'Ties, Gloves, Crepe Lace Enching
hAnother Lot of beautiful 9hroenosjtst received and to .be sold lower'