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THi NEWS AND IERAL.
WINNoa . C.
TU.Kaa1A. May itm;, Ie
ft. MKANR D4 VI-90 RmVRrl.
-Iwo- ~RFNOEA A9soCIATE EDITOR
THE Anum Il.Lg Medium says it h
nO uore coinplitupits fllr our mat
We are undecidedi as yet whether
expnesis pleasure or regret at this ai
Ti1r N.w YoRK World thinks ti,
if the South fails to nomini
Bavard for IPesideit it should go ot
and haiir itself, or words to that efyc
Bayard is all right in the South if ti
World will only vouch for tle Norti
ern votejin November.
Mit. J. C. IfMPuLL, OP T'E . ied
mn, has accepted a position on tli
News and Coulrier. Mr. Iemphill i
a sprightly jourinalbst and wields
facile poll. We hop that hIs now pos
tion will be mutually pleasant to htlimse
aid to the proprietors of the Neu
TimE FIELn BOOM HAS ABOUT PLATE
out. Jli clnim wis that the Pacif.
Coast would boil over with enthus
asiml for himi11. Yet California electe
twelve delegales the other (lay, <
whom Field is accredited with bi
two. Thurman is the strongest ma
there. Chey sty, with Tilden close bi
Ta cm-rvu BY GRANr's FoCEs G
the for-ty-t wo votes of' Illinois Is get]
erally counceed to settle tle questio
of the litepublican nomination in ad
vance. It is very reasonably urge
that. the thirty or OIrtv delegates fro
Nev York and Pennsylvania who ha
ieviously threatened to bolt from tli
unit rule, will now not on!ly tanel
submit to the Conkling-Cameron con
bination, but will be actually foun
howlinig for GIant. when the coive
tion ieets in Chicago. The thirI
tormers now clahm a majority ov<
thle comtbinedl opposition, which wil
morninate their mnaIn on the first balk
they say. Blaine and Sherman at
nowhere, and Washburne, Fislh an
Ednunds, who were regarded as th
possible dark horses, have all pre
nouiced in favor of the ex-P1reside
more or less cordially. The NeN
York Herald topples over very nlin
bly, and now alludes to Grant as "ou
next, President ," alhothgh a few day
ago it said that G rant cannot carr
N'w York, and flint nobody can l
elected without that State. A goo
many of the anti-third-teriners at
hunting holes to crawl through, an
they are not particular about the siz
of the hole either. Others are sti
defhnt, and tell with great emphasi
what thIy propose to (10.
After all, the Independent vote o
the North mu-st decide the com
Presidenti contest. Partisans o
both siedes will hurrah until they at
hoarse for' thiri respectivye can(Iidate.
but the floating vote is like the wini
that blowethi where it listeth, and n
maan cant tell where it will fall. I
1876 It went for Tilden and electe
him. G rant has many strong p~oint
and very many weak ontes, and hi
weakness lies just with the Indepent(
ont voter. We believe tio Democrat
can beat Grant jut as easily as the
could beat Edimnds or Washburne o
Fisht or Shermian. The difficulity the
have to contend1 wuitha is that the (rari
min will try to seize the governmern
by force if defeated at the polls.]
remains to 1)e seen wvhether the l1c
pnublicaris will be allowed to stes
another termu of office for Grant or an,
The County Convention.
The County Convention meets o:
Saturday to send delegates to Coluni
bia and to reorganize the party by th
election of a County Chairman. Mot
of the clubM, if not all, have electe
their delegates, andl as far as we ca:
learn there wuiil be a proper represet:
tation of the party. The deliegate
sent to Columbia will be required t
express the sentiment of Fairfld a
to Juno nominiations, and, should th
majority of the State Coinvention d1(
termine t6 ininato at that time, the
will be called on to assist it makin
thme State ticket. It is therefore proi
er that careful selections be made
and whether instrutionus are given c
not, the sentiment of time count
should be fully understood, so that thi
delegates may know it. We see ni
reason why thme proceedbh'gs of tli
Convention shall not be perfectly hai
mnonious. So far as we know, nothin
exists to disturb the trantqulity of thi
piarty. This Is a most gratifying coi
ditonm of affairs, and~ we hope it wi
continue. The people of Fairfld ai
simon pure int their Demoeracy an
eminently conservative in their pollcs
and they believe that wisdom anI
moderation should rule in State coul
caxaa I DIGar.
.Measts. Editors: For the informj
*,tiona of the public antd to fheilitato ti
wvork of ehtnueration, 1 beg leave her
with to submit a digest of so much
-the laws and regulations, under whkc
the Tenth Coensus will be taken, as
-applicable to this sectiont of the countr'
Fairfild couty has been divide
-into fourteen enumeration district
the present township lines constitu
nug the boundaries thereof. Towa
shipNo. 24 is designated as Enumer'i
tIog Distriot No. 66 of the first Supe
visqrts District of South Carohinm
ko~ehip No. I as E~numerationm Di
tri4 No.i 61, antd so on down to andib
chiding Township No. 18. Ono Em
asbn oine lbtoet
n4p t Ateiea o
who Is Instructed and required to for- s
1mI% enter Upon file diseiarge ofhis 11
duties oi the first day of June Iext, C
ald to nrosqecute the saine, without fin
0. tormissilon, on each wook day until theft
work of enuneration shall have been a
completed. The original Act of Coi- r
gress provided for the comtpletion of f
the work In thirty days, and required P
a the Enumerators to forward their re- D
tuirns to the Superisor on or beforo H
tUe first day of Jaly of the presont year t.
but by ana imenmdtment of the Act, ip- t
- proved A pril 20, 1880, the time for 0
making ret urns to the Supervisors has 1I
beeni extemk fiflti lays, that is to f
t ay, until the 150thldly of' July of the o
e present year. U9inimerators are re- 11
Lt qIuired to Visit persoaliIIly every house h
tIn their respective districts,to liake a
' daily reports both to the sut printead- 1
e tat Washingtoln and to thle super- 0
- visor, and to keep a memorandum of a
each day's work with reference to the i
number of hours engaged. Four reg- I
ular scliedules or sets of blanks Pre fur- a
e nished to eaich Enumerator for tle gen- ti
6 eral work of enumeration in11. tis coun- at
a ty, designate'd as nos. 1, 2, 3 a. 6, t n(d f:
covering the following subjects of in- 1)
- quiry, in the order nained: popilationi, i
if agricultuare, miuLactures and mor- 0
'S tality. S
Inquiries on schedule no. 1 are (l- it
rected to isce'rtaining the names of
D p)ersonls en1iumierated ; their personal b
c description, embracing color, sex, and ft
Age; relationship of Imemblirs of imi- n
~hes; civil conditioni, Whether single, C
narried, widowed, or divorced; pro- IV
t lesSion, occupatioln or trade; health, p
t. and physlical infirmities if any: edu- t
eation ; nativity, embrachig place of t(
birt I of person einuneratm, and places /
(if birthi of' parcnts of said person. 1)
Ingniries on sel-edule uno, 2 Include s
one hundred and four guetstions oil ag- e
ricult url statistics, and cover thle rol
lovinig heads: name of farirei r; tenure 1
I or relation o1' farmer to tle thrimi; no. ti
of acres improved and unimproved ; g
valies of tirim, ihrmiling implements, al
and live stock ; cost of building and re- E
pairing fenmees in 1879; labor; grass h
lands ; neat. calttle andI their prodlcts, n
e on iamd .Jne 1, 1880, and movemient e
in 1879; sheep; swine; poiltry o
h1an1d June 1, 1880, exclusive of spring it
halching, eggs produced in 1879; rice h
1879; cereals, area and crop in 1879; a
ibre, area and crop in 1879; sugar for h
1879, embracing cane sorglium, and Ii
Stiaple; cow-pense and beans for 1879; c:
Irish and sweet potatoes for 1879; o
tobacco, 1879; orchards, 1879; nurse- b
ries; vinevards; markct gardens; bees, n
1879; andforest produc.ts. It proper- 0
1 ly ind accurately taken, these statis
ties will be of incalculable value, and
if they show, as is anticipated, consid- Sz
erable prog'ress in this greatest of 1111
t, blralC~hes of inldlustrv durinlg the past
V tenl years, the exhibit will redound to
.(the advanltage and benefit of the whole s
r country, especiaily the Southern Slates.
With reference to the enumeration of
thrms, the subjoined extracts are taken ti
from the hiand-book of'"Instructions to u
u Euitmerators," forwarded from the
I Census Office of the Interior Depart- A
ment: "Farms, for the purpose ot'the
agricultural schedule, include all con
siderable nurseries, orchards, an(d mar-a
e ket-gardeins which tire owned1 by sepa
I rate parties, which are cultivated for
8 pecuilary profit, and employ ats illueh
as tile labor of one able-bodied vork
man during the year. Me~re cabbalge
and potato patches, family vegetable- 0
f gar'den4. and ornamllental lawnsl, nlot
constitutin~g a portion of a farm for
e general aga icultural purp'loses, wvill be L
excluded. No farmn will be reported
of' less thman thlree acres, .unless five f
Shundred dollars' worth of produce hais 0
3 been got off firm it. (during tile year. A
1m faarm is wh~at is ownledI or leased by onea
i mnan and cultivated under his care. A
Sdistant wood-lot, or sheep pasture.
evenl if in another sub-division or dis~.
A trict, is to be treated as a part of tile
- farm; but wvherever ther'e is a residentg
s overseer or a manger, thlere a farmu Is Ti
to be reOpor'ted?"
The inq(uiries Onl schedule no. 3, r'e
latinlg to mnaufacturies, r'efer not only
to all factories and large works, but
t also to the mlechanlical traides, as black
etcI., wherei' the pr1odulctionl reachles tIve
hullndr'ed dollars annually. Special at
tenltion, howev'er, Is dir'ected to fthe
f tact that the following classes of' 1man1
Sufacturing establishmients must be ae
p~ortedl on special schedules, hereinaf
ter' referred to, and~ are not to be ena
tered on the regular schedule desig- h
nated ae ino. 3, that is to sav: boot
I and shoe factories; cheese anda butter
- factories; flourliag and grist mills; b
a salt wvorks; lumber)01 muis imld sawG
t mills; brick yards andu tile works -
pap~er mills; coal ines: agricuilturai n
.1 imleet works; and quarries. A
1 (hn regular' shebule no. 5 are enter- "
- ed1 the naumes of all persons wvho dlied "r
a during tile year ending May 31, 1880'
thoir per'sonmal descript ion ; civil condi.
tion ; nativity ; pr'of'ession, occupation n
or trade; month ini which per'son died'
o dliseaise cr caiuse of heath; how long a l
-resident iln the county; place where
disease wvas contracted; and name of d
amttenidinig phlysicin. Great care is P
Senjohlied up~on the Enumerators ini fill- P
luig out thuis schedule. L
, In addition to tihe regular schmedulecs
r heretofore treated of, special and sup-a
a lemntal schedules have been placed bj
'n the hands of the enumerator's, with
0 inquIries covering special mianu fac
D tur'es, and statistics of- the defective, a
e dependenit and delinquent classes. b
.Uader the head of special imanufac-b
tures a:. enmraced agicu~ltuiral imple
mients; paper mills; boots,mshoes and
0 leather' bri'ck-yar'ds; tile works' lumn
-boa-mills and saw-mills; flour anud gzaist
Ii mills; cheeses butter and condensed
a milk factor'Ies; slaughtering and meat
Spacking, and- salt-works; coal mines t
and quarries. E~stablishmenats of pro
'ductive idustry enter'ed uponi thes
d special schedules will not beenrd
. uon hegeneral schhdule ofmanu
factur'es. T1he supplemental schedules,~
numbered from 1 to 7, inclusive, cove
Inquiries touching- the insane, 'idiots,
deaf-mnutets, the blind, homneless chii
dred, inhabitanmts in pr'ison, 'asid pau
- poe amnd indigent Inhabitants, main-r
e tained at the public expense.
~. Thme fornegoing schedules, regular,
special and supplemental, iniclude:- al
Iblanks upon which the enumeration
proper is to be enter'ed. For the exhji-.
s bition and correction of the i'eturnsj
r. referred to below, the requisite blankj
d forms will be furnished by the Super
intendent of Census. Each page of i
*' the population schedules must be dat
E ed and signeod at thme time by the Enu
- merator, and the entire enumeration
t. must be duly certified whmen completed. *
. For the public exhibition of the re
.tumrns of population, schedule no. 1, e
and their posible correction1 Congress
I- has provddas follows: "rumat see- Ii
-: tioni nine of the Act aforesaid (Aet of e
.,March 8, 1879) be and the same hereby s
h 3, 59.atkeded as to .rce eoach onup.
negator, immediately uy~ cotsing
the enunlerationl. of' t30 pulalion of e
his dstde Ibre. 'forwording the
aIie to theO supervisol, to make andI(1
ile InI the (illeo ol' (lie clerk of the
vunjty Coi't or in the oflico bof thp.
out'L or board adiministering 'the af
airs oftle county to which - hia di
ret belongs a list of' the -nimes, witli
go, sex and color of all. persons enlu
ierated bly him, Which he shall certi
v to be true, and for which he shall be
aid at the rate of ten cents for each
no hundred i;ames. lie -hall give
otico by 'written advertkisement at
iree or more public places in his dis
ict tint lie vill be at the court house
f said colity oil lie i1ft da, after
ling said list, not illeludilg ndar,
0im iniei o'clock aitte imrlffidiall to six
'clocik post m11eridixmij 1111(e 10 follow
Ig day, for the j)urpose of correclilng
is eniumiieration by striinig out or
Iding tihe desigmat ion of pelsons im
ropelrv enuimiertated or oilitted; and
n the days so designated ho shall, in
ecordanco with said notioa proceed
) correct, oil such reliible inafor
lation as le tay obtain, all omissions
id mistakes in such case enumera
on, and to th.tt end lie imiay swear
id exainie witnesses, who shall testi
subject 10 the painlsaild penalties of
eijury. The result. of such inquiry
)r correction and the whole numbe'r
' persons by him enumeratced, he
jall make knowin to (he bystanders,
All persons are required, under
civ)' piins and penalties, to answer
tirly such ]questions as fmafly be legiti
intely within the scope of 'the enum
riation, but the special provision of
w applicable in Such cases contei
lates a point-blank reflusal rather
tan the exhibition of a disinclination
> answer questions; and While the
xet of Congress is very plain on this
oint, It is only extetie cases that
.em to demand a rigid enforcement of
As to the rates of compensation al
>wed Enumerators, that is something
lnt I think Iwill hardly interest the
enaeral public. Nor will I voucisafe
niy inforiitioni oil this matter to the
inmerators, for I take it that this
ighly in(eresting feature of the busi
viss has already received die consid
'alion at their hands. InI conclusion,
may say that in asking so much space
I your columns, Messrs. Editors, I
ave had only tivo objects in view-to
'quaint the public, to some extent at
ast, with the chliracter of the infor
ntion that the Enumerators are
itarged with obtaining and putting
I record, and also to assist,, it' possi
c, those Who will be associated with
c ill the arduous and diilicult work
reiuiumeration. T. R. R.
TzH E KNIGHTS OF 11ONOR.
mnopsis of the Proceedings of th Siprenie
Lodge-A Fine Showing of the Beneflts of
the Order-Election of'OnIcers.
The seventh annual session of tlic
upIremeI LOdIge, KnightS Of 1101nor,
;sembled il Charleston, on (lie 110i
stait, with ollicers and represent a
ves from thirty'-two States of (he
nion. The Lodge was in session
'iing the Week, and until 8 o'clock on
[oniday eventlng of the next week,
hen it adjournled, to meet inl Miile
>olis, Minnesota, on the second Tues
1y inl May, 1881.
Tle re port, of the Supreme Dictator
as readT o Tuesda. The report
lows the receipts of' tivegelleral fuiid
uring the liscal year to have been
53,667.52, and the total disbursements
39,266.15, leaving a balance. of $14,
)1.37, with an agr'egnt~e of $6.785.85
te the fundii from dif'erent Grand
odges on account of siuppjlies.
Thie idows' andl~ orph~lans' beneflt
tmd account shows for the fiscal year
idling May 1, 556 benefits paid,
nonltinag to $1,101,000, produced by
assessments. Twenuty-nine ot' the
laths wvere fr'om y'ellow' fever. The
Illowing table of the operations of the~
rdoi' ini this department since its or
lnization is given in the rcpor't:
)TAL NUMBER AND) AMOUNT OF nNE
Tifs PAID) IN TilE YEAR ENDiNG MAY 1.
No. Dleathis. A mt. 1Pd. No. Assnmta.
~75. . .. 2 $1,093 6.5 2
176. . .. 20 . 40,000 00 11
~77. .. . 72 143,000 00 10
178. . .. 150 300,000 00 11
179. . .. 4163 922,000O 00 19
80. . .. 556 1,107,000 00 14
otal. . 1,263~$2,507,093 65 67
Death benefits weore paid ini thirty
10 States during iast year, Teinnessee
iviing the largest numllber', 86, and
Linnesota the lowest, 0one.
Since tihe last rep~or't tile Order has
sen int~roduced into Montana, and a
r'and Lodge inistituted1 In California,
id the mnemnbershipj has inlcreasedl in
timber's about 26,000 during the time.
nx assessment mnade last January
owed tihe numbfller of beneficiary
embers to be 76,581, the total amoun't
~alized from it being $86,072.62, the
c'rage amount con tri bu ted by each
emlber haaving been $1.245.
A special call for the r'elief of Mem
xis, where the Order Is very stronxg,
tiring thle yellow fever' epidemic, prlo
tieed $21,743.70, from which was ex
Bndled thle amount required for thle
r'otection of meinbers of the Order In
xnt city, alssistinlg their r'emoval, &c.
The Supremo Reopor'ter's report
lows an icroase of 010 subordinate
>dges and one grand lodge since the
The Sup rome Treasurer's r'epott
iows total r'ecelpts for last year' $1,
11,424.67; dilsbursements, $1,080,000 ;
alanee Inl tr'easury $91,424.57'- less
iirty $2,000 order's dr'awnl am'I un
aid, $60,000; leavinig an actual cash,
alance of $1,425.87.
The following officers were selected
) servo for the ensuing year:
Supreme Dict ator, W.h'. lolie, Ken
icky ; Supreme Vice-Dictator, RI. II.
olochran, West Virinmia; Supreme As
stant Dictator, 8.1II. iBoynxton, Maline;
upreme Repor'ter', J. C. Plumrn',
)lho; Supreme Treasur'er, S. A. Os
ber, Newv York; Supreme Chaplain,
tev. F. Lobdell, New York ; Supreme
iuide, F. P. Ir'eland, Nebraska; Su
reme Gutitdlia, W. G. Sykes, Missis
Ijppi; Supreme Sentinel, H. P. Up
ian,..Minnesota; Tr'usteos J. M. Me
,alne At'kanas; C. S. Duilose, Good~
Ia; Li. WIi. Perrini, South Carolina.
Thie i4elegates are loud in the ex
r'ession of thoir delight at the hospita
le treatment they received In Char
nx Earneost Endorsement of Col. B. 31.
Sinms, the Present Inecumibent.
The gentleman whose name hleads this
i be urged by many frlied for, th
'ositlon ho bas filled inx the past, because
e0 has..proved himselfa most faithfbl,
ourrteous and offlit officer and has
'ained that experience whiofi renders
im necesar Ily more effieient thaun auny
ne nlewly couming Into offlee ehii pos
Ifc Caoia had one distipotive fea
9' .oor'the'wai It .Wes.the ht h
nd mtiej of this WS mtilitestionably
due to thu 1nw1i'itten but honored law
of 'miliing the terii( f ollce dependent
on) faithitil service ill([ efl1iincy, nid
1 011 oU -seekitig or personaul poput
ht y, or .l0atuor, by those seekiig po
sitlon, for rotatioi in office, whch
simply .iOleans a new doetor every two
years, to learns his triade at tho public
So long as men know that at the enl
of a short termi'they must makea fresh
start in life, wNe i-alInnot, expect that
earnest anld unildividdi attention neces
saW to tho I)eifect otcial, aid the
clap-trap c') of rota'.ionI is, if success
ful, to be tie banie of onr $tale.
When we have trdacid oln l'or our -
oflicers, let uis hold t-o tiim, ti least.,
Initil we can gel. beler meii, and not
recognize I be dain Ihat odlices are to t
be givel to 1he umo0st Uaiuorous, even p
till.i and ned .
ut, it' 1.he ileris ofuiiomitnces outside
of tlheuir ofilcial comict are to be con
silered, Col. Simis will take a stluld(
with the best. Selected by Long- t
treet for isl pOculiar ellleieny to oc
cmpy anl important and conielitial po
sit-ion on1 his statl lie Camtle out of the
w'Var with a repita(ioll of which aly (
ilall might be istly pr)old.
Living in a tcanocractic county, he
was selected to tie ardutous anld unii
pleasant. place of one ot ft Sma1111 mi
n1or'ity inl our Sonlate, who fought ia war
of constant (efeat with t dishonored
11maljo1ritv; anid there, too, he did his
in 1876 lie was one of the standard I
bearers ill hat muanyv thought was the
forlorn h1op1e. Sinlce thein he has
served faiti'nily anl efilciently as
Seeretary of S ate, and the Stiate may
be the loser should his place be fillei*
by ill other.
Faithi ill, brave and efficient, both iln
peace and war, the State has no better
uiblic servant, and the delegates will
ill serve their constitulents if they lose
his services.--Columbia Mercury.
ADAIN TilE SCENE
WE CANNOT SING THE OLD
In the old place any longer. It's
too small. 1ot half largo enough
for our family, household goods and
trade, therefore we shall break camp
July 1, next, and establish new mu
sical headquarters in the handsome I
New Double Store
COR. CONG IESS & WHITAKER STS.
Where we shall have the largest
mnd fln'est Musical Warerooms in
-he entire South. Before we go, A
We must, to save heavy expense
md labor of removal, close out our
mntire stock of Pianos and Organs
now on,hanmd and to arrive prior to
Tuly .1To do this we shall inau-1
Turate forthwith a
3RAND OLEAR~ING OUT SAE 1
Commencing May 15 and ending
Tuly 1, during which time we shall
sell at Manufaciurers' Wholesale
10 Favorite Pianos.I
27 Chickering Pianos.
21 Lighte & Co. Pianos.
50 Mathushmek Pianos.
5 Hallet & Dau'is ['innos.
62 Southern Gem Pianos.
28 Guild, Church & Co. Pianos. q
44 Sterling Co. Organs.
100 Peloubet & Co. Organs.
110 Mason & Hamlin ,Organs.
Al nw and just from factory. Also,
100 becond hand Pianos and Or- 'j
gans. Most all of them usid only
from one to six nemths and precisely
is good as new.
DON'T MISS TIllS CilANCE
To securre a fine instrument "awful"
cheap. Write for Clearing Out Sale
Circulars and Price Lists, atid be
quick about it. Tihe sale ends July 1,
LUI)DDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Planmo and Or'gan Dealers.
VE BEG LEAVE~ to informn our
dustomners and the public generally,
that we have purchased from Messrs,
McMASTER BRICE & CO. their
entire stock of
And that we will always keep on
hand a FULL AND SELECTED
STOCK, All weinsk is a trial, and
you will find our stock and prices to
J. F. MoMABTER & CO..
DR. W. E. AIK EN,
Dru m . do ,ToId~ Goode, etc.
WINES AND LIQUORS
G REAT VARiETY.
- - TI
WOULD most respectldly infor
1ny cl-stomlers and (lie (itizenIs of Fair
cid generally, that I kcep in stock a
uil sufpily of lillo Liquors, Cigars,
.obacco, &c,, &c., and guaranitee
atisiliction to anly one1 giving meo a j
rial. My stock consists as follows;
)TARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNAC
BRAND'S SCII IEDAM GINS.
JAMAICA L. 1). RUMS.
% MOlINO DE MORA SHERRY 0
F, MOLINIER PORT WINE.
it. ITMM & CO.'S R-1E1MS
GENUINE RHINE WINE,
AlATOGA PUIITE RYE WIlS- ~
K E Y.
ATIIAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
TRAUSS' 1MI'ORTED RYE WI
CESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
TONE1 MOUNTA1N RYE AND
,ELEBRA1ED PFEIF FIPER E, RYE
3ENTUCKY BOUIIBON WIls
'LANTATION RYE WHISKEY.
rIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
TORTH CAROLINA SWEET MASH
C'ORN Wh ISKEY.
LANTATION CORN WhISKEYS.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCIHE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
ERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
R1OME~ MADE WVINES.
KEG DRY SCUP'PERNONG WINE. su~
KEG SWEET SCUPPERNONG
KEG SWEET CATAWBA. WINE.
lJA LT LIQUORS :
iER1GER & ENGEL'S CELEBRAT
;D LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT
LASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
"URE NATURAL APPOLONA
JIGARS AND) TOBACCO.
tHIAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN-b
HIE PRIME MTN ISTER CIGAR-3
FOR 25 CEINTS.
HE PUCK CIGAR--3 FOR 25 B
. CENTS. B
'HE CORONET CIGARL-8 FOR 25 mn
['iE SONORA CIGAR-- FOR 25
HlE SMASHER CIGAR-- FOR 25
['HE LIGHITNING CIGAR-5 FOR fa
H'lE MONARCH OF ThE SOUTH
CIGAR-5 FOR 25 CENTS.
HE MASTER STROKE CIGAR-5 -
FOR 26 CENTS. ..
PHlE AMEJUICAN TWINS CIGAR
5 FOR 26 CENTS.
['LIE COSTA RICA CIGAR--8 FOR
['HE 'ROYAL SEAL CIGAR--1
FOR 25 CENTS.
['1E ROSE AND LILY CIGAR--1
POR 26 CENTS.
['HE HAVANA CHIAROOTS--5
1'. W. BLACKWVELL'S SMOKING
CHE WING TOBACCO-THREE eo
- ::-.----. c
SODA WATER. u)
LDHE BEST MIXED BEVERAGES
OF THE SEA SON SERVED
AT ALL HOURS OF
011E DAY, TO SUIT THE MOST
F. W HrABZNIVnW,
Fresh Arrivals - Every Wek
-AT TIlE NEW STORE.
ITONAT, upillet of VtIc' tle dtlro, l ttIc. Tace Ut.j VicFoin L s, c ocked Ol
L JAIV( Phi(Jle. Jit'1timil (lol it tIIZ lires* lins. Lace litintings, PI'rfts, All III 110% styles, L'ong
IyVE N LL-811.K RIBBONS, tiE TN d TWEN'rv.Fll UN'S, WO&T, TE1IMUNL
)"Urchaelnies have. beei motto 1uJ1FORIE THlE TID)AL WAVE IN PICES AND Aftlllt rrs.,
11,4 il H nII0(j III CO()Ij8C eaj Vn,' yiagod vaiue to our o0o~en t ouir patrolifge.
1,110 best, iwortozent of LACK COLOVES &N IdMTtS III tIIo City.
WE SRL .~RIT r, FOR QiLSI!
nityI DESPORTES & EOMUNDSI
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
VILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
WE HAVE REMOVED
UR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE
AMONG THE BET IN THE STATE,
TO TIE STORE ROOM IN RE AR OF OUR
)RY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
All Goods Guaranteed'!
apl 17 - SUGENIIEIMER & GROESCHEL.
F. ELDER & CO.
L ESPECTFULLY beg leave to iform the citimens of Winnsboro anq
surrounding country that thoy are now in receipt of their Spring and
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE.
CLOTHING FOR EVERYBODY.
STRAW AND FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDBEN.
NOTIONS IN PROFUSION
AND L1NEN DUCKS,
All our Goods are fresh, new and pretty. We will tike pleasuro in
hibiting 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. Be
re to come to see US, and yon will certainly get your money's wor h.
INNBOR DR GODSFANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
OODS are flow open and ready for inspection, and-ladies will do well
to call and see the best selected and largest stock of Millinery ever
ought to this market.
Domestics, Straw and Chip Goods, French Pattern Hats,
Cahicoes. Feathers, Laces, Nets, Lawns, Muslins.
hbite and Colored Piques,, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Lbbons, Corsets, Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Laco Bonnets Ruching,
alts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fichus, Ties and everything generally
und in a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery Establish -
ant. You can get all you want as reasonably as same goods can be bought
zywhere. Always on hand a
Of Shoes for Men, Ladies and Children. Men's and Boys' Hats. All kinds
Family and Plantation Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., &c.
Another large lot of tihe popular new Davis Sewing Machines. Every
mily shOuhl have one. No one should be without it. Call and see tho
nge of work it will do. I sell it on its own merits,
april 1J. O.BOAG,
raS R eC.EIVED 10 Pieces of Lace Buntings in all the new and do..
e ,ur Piees Lns Black Cashmeres, light weight for Spring and Sumn
Ten Pieces Lattice Lawns, sonmething new.
Oe Piece udsoine Tackinen aT 50 cents per yard, wor"% 78 cents,
ewhe e Hu s nJ n tT c ig a 90cents per rd, worth *1.25
Another lot of fine Marseilles Spreads at $2.00.
Twenty.five Dozen Turkey,.Red Dloilies at 75 ents a job--mwarranted fast
Fitfteene P iee Swis5 s ulns commencing as low as 10 cents per yard
Two Pieces India Mull Muslin to close out at 95 cents, worth 50 cent.
In Guipure Bands and Irish Laes.TeGoeCeeLo2nh
td Buttons in all the new designs.' 0,SoeOrp aenhn
Another Lot of beautiful Ohroanos just received and to be. sold lower
april 22-. . 9-Aek o edghd et