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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
4M)rMJAMI Mpoy t 1380.1
n. 1JrkNa DAF18, IMIToe.
N.. TMVO.LlI . AMsoVIATI1 RDimen.
IN A FoUMLER ISSU:E WE COPIED AN
article flomi the Columbia Mercury
advocating the ro-election of Colonel
R. M. Sio as Secretary of State. We
Ive this nominationl our- fillest en
dorsemont. Colonel Sims has filled
the position for four years and is
thoroughly acquainteo with the duties
of his office. There is not t truer
Democrat or more genial gentleman
in the State than Colonel Sims, and we
hope that lie will continue for years
yet to be the keeper of the great seal
of the State.
Not in June.
The Neus and Vourier predicts that
the approaching Convention will make
nomlinatioi for State officers. About
a hundred and twenty delegates have
been elected and sentiment is pretty
equally divided, but thirty-eight dole
gttos have still to be chosen, and these
will decide. Our observation leads
us to uitfier fitom the Neaws and Couri
er. The vote may be close, but un
less there are changes from tho pres
eat sentimeut, the nominations will
be postponed. It is a misrake to hold
that. all of General 1agood's friends
favor early nominations now, and that
those. who oppose them are either
Garv men or ''third man" men. Num
bers of Democrats in the State who
are willing and anxious to see Generpl
11agood governor nevertheless believe
in tihe advisability of postponing the
selection of the State ticket until Au
gust., and expressed this belief long
before there was any talk of a third
man. A month ago Tia NEws AND
HIuALm expressed the conviction,
however, thltt when the Convention
met, the question would resolve itself
into a mere personal contest, the
fiends of the strongest candidates
fighting for a nominlation and the
friends of weaker candidates opposing
it-md it may yet come to this.
In our opinion it would be more un
wise to make nominations now and
f-hen allow a month or two to elapse
beflore beginning the campaign than to
begin the hurrah at once. Every con
vention Or public meet ing? of citizens
rouses enthusiasm, and the campaign
should receive its impetus fresh from
the Convention. But if the delegate
go home and ill excitement dies out,
it will be diflicult to rouse it. again.
Again, we cannot see the force of
the argument that a long campaign is
better calculated to secure tle lower
counties. The excitement of a close
canvass is exhausting in the extreme,
and while 1tulical bummers and de
negroes can )ive on such pabulum for
ever, meon of business will get worn
or else suffer manterial in ijury. Charles
ton can be carried by an aggressive,
ent husiastic camnpain of ten weeks
more easily than by a long contest of
five muonthas. In the D~emocratic coun
*ties not even ten weeks are needed.
The game of the Radicals is to
watch thne Democrats andl build on
their action. The longer this action
is delayed, the longer will the Ra4di
cal party be I a state of chaos. Then,
*too, until the Democratic nomninatioii
- is made, every aspirant andi all his
frIends wvill clamnor for adherence to
the party. A fter that, as we hav'e be
fore said, adlherence to the p~ar(ty will
* e a mere matter of princilie; and al
. though we believe that this will be
suillclent to niuke the D)emocrats
tnanimous, still it illj not have the
- potemncy thant persoal motives to
seeure this unuani mi ty would possess.
T he News and Courice fears that a
post ponemn t of nominations would
leadl to -the bringing out of a large
number of' candidates in each sect ion
of the State, and create more excite
imnent than the placing of a State ticket
* in the field. Grant this. Admit for the
- sake of argument, that every section
will bring out its candidate. This
* would do no harm whatever. There
would be a fir fIght in the Conven
lion, the strongest man would win
-andi the whole party' would be satisfied.
Jiut hurry -up the nominationms and
-thus suppress what mnight have been
Sgeneral free fIght, ain the resjlt,
must be detrimental both to the nonil
hoes and to the p~arty, Wheniever any
~saue arises, the people must have the
-widest latitude and the amplest time
to make their choice. Ollherwise tihey
bJecome but agents In registering the'
dieislin of thle few who have con
.trolled the nominations.
*It is idle to say that the masses have
lhad ample time to select. The call of
p~rlse to two-th~irdls or thre-foumrth~s of
khe voters of the State. And the gen
erlbelief since then that nominatIons
would be postponed has caused the
suasses to go on with their business,
leaving p)olities until laying-by time.
Wje Iisist that whatever it may be to
tho delegates themselves or o ven to
f.bose who devote their time to the
discussion of political questions, to the
people a nomination In uJune would be
an injusttee. Politicians are always
S ready, The miasset move slowly.
ou th begirng it was urged that
an eal nomination wvas needed to
hiea(1d) 0 bolters and Independenmts.
Now 1iis:said nominations should be
,nade early, because there is no dan
e zr of a bolt, We see no consisteney
-~- -- -- n .these *'rgumenmts, As to the ox
pense of holding two 40v49ntions, that
h-mdramid sixty meni in -the . tate
~ on be found wowfvey 4l
~ pa ~IeiKOwn'b~ ~ rivto~e
deliberations of Democrats, and the
selection of the strongost man. As to
the two prominent candidates for gov.
ornor, we have already given our ob
jections to one. To the other, personi
ally, we have no objection whatever.
But we protest against the nomina
tion of any body in June, because the
people are Inot read%.
ZTiMi FROM AOV(C CICMEAK.
Some Practica Saagg tionus--Otir Corre
apondent.Jolu In th Cry Against Law
yers -Local News ad Gossip.
ROOK CiumEK, May 2.-As I am
almost an octogpnarian, anid its ia great
man once said, "I know of no light by
which to guide my feet but the light
of experlience," I take courage and
offer a fev words of advice to our
people. The first and most essential
is, that every main and boy not at
school, and twelve years of age should
go to work, and not hire so tinuch
colored labor. We are too poor to be
idle, and, besides, work is healthy and
htoniorable. J. G. 11., I niotied inl onte
of your late issues, seems to think that
the candidates for oflico should soon
ie 0111-says blackberry pies are good
to feed them on, if we have nothing
else. W1'ell, let. them remain at hom1e
until the crops have been laid by.
Rlesides, the brier patches have ill
been cleaned up and planted In cotton,
except a few scrubby briers, and the
old women and children need them to
make pies for home use. I see no use
of much sttmp-speaking. The first
stlltip-Speelt I ever heard, I thinlk
wias inl 1830, and the lawyers then
m1aie fools of us all, Iy telling us that,
our little proud, chtivilric Palmetto
State could whii) the wiolc or Yan
keedom with old Jackson at their
head. ''laste makes waste," was a
nixim of Dr. Franklin. Wo should
be careful as to whoitm we nomtinate
for otlice. We should have men ofI
practical experience to legisla!c fbr
us-I would say two-thirds or three
fourths of farmers. We'o have tried
lawyers long enough. We must have
some ott the judicial committee and
for other purposes. I hanve heard men
say a tarmer can't draft a resolution
or bill and speak to it. Why Itot?
Who was one of (lie most eflicient
Senators frot Richland county, the
last two sessions of our Legislature,
but a tpractical farmer? It may be
said that lie is an isolated ease. Not.
a word of it true. I know perfectly
well that before our late war, t he mtiost
practical and eiciettt legislators tha.t
we elected f'omti Fairfield were firin,
ers, Or rather cotton planters. I need
not name thetm but sonio are old
enough to recollect tMhetm. Now, who
was Cintcitnnatus? Was Ie not taken
from the plouh1 at(] carried into the
Rlomnatn Sentate, and afterward declared
Emperor, and then Dictator of the
mighttiest empire otn varth? Enough
WVe htad on Saturday attd Suniday
flute traints, mauch wanted. Our grow
ma-- 3i~ in ....~ .1. Vu mi-est
excep~t whieat, andi in some localities,
it is said, will yield a half to two
thirds ant aivetage cr01p. Griss is not
so abuntdat as is usual ait this time of
year, owitng perhaps to the late nl'eezes,
neither is the cut attd bud worm, or
dlepredattintg insects so cotmmon this
sprting as otf late years. What has be
come of "Cortner"? Shtould like to
hear now tabout ?tem Greeubucke rsi
Whtether they have become sane vet.
Catt't he give 'cem a dose of old Jet'ecr
sonitat Demtocratcy, an~d follow with a
big (lose of commtnon sense5 aIt( cont
sisteney to wvork off that crotcet. that
ttey have upon01 tihe btaint. If that wil
ntoi. (10 their case.is hopeless, and bet
ter let, thet m alone. TIitme will cur~e
themt,1 hope, as I knowv themtt to be ji
set of good, clever and honiest boys,
and itenid to see thctm crc lotng.
A Pr Tm'ERi.--Amontg thie Iwt
which are newly comting Into faistion
are, it would Beem, playful youtng
tigers. At atny rate. onte wvhich is de
scribed as a "'beautinlilly mnarked andh
splendhidly stripied tig'raus, antd wihose
mtirthlitness and docility wore esppo
cially dwvelt utpont, waus sold a fewv
(lays ago in Londlon for Iifty-two
guineas. It is not satied wihat the hew
owtner prn~poses to do wvith this very
iterestIig anequisitiott, butt for th'e
sake of htis tteighbors it is sinceerely to
be trusted th40~ he ill keep the 'ele
gat creaturae" it a strong cage, It
waus one of the mtost lhayfutl tigers ever
knownt m India whtich, getting loose
on a fino ?aummer's eyenintg int the
walled city of' Jeyporedvnd o
otherwise disposea of m ore tha twen
ty of' Rajah's loyal subjects before its
jocularity was sat isfle~t. and tio)t long
goa dceJ ghttily (d0oci leelmtent
walked olr with 'ils keeper in (te
viviilty of Raroda. Thtere is somne
thing, no doubt, exceedintgly fascintit
Iitg to cetrtainminds in (lie Ideai ofcon
irollinig the immttentse, and the same
person whto cotuld take pileasutre in
citrbing a royal Bengal would be
equally delighted could Ito play with a
thtunderbolt. But while (lie latter
species of' amutisementt would otly cotn
cern thie individual himself', the ox
p)erhntenit of' keepinig a "playf'ul" ti ger'
may affect the neighborhood. 'The
inost beautilt'ty~ stilped tigress, If once
loose, tuJglt thin dlownt the populatiott
8uwr~an, S. C., Nov. 10, 1874.
hiR. W. If. ID~annry, Angusta, (Ga.
Dear' Sir-ft gives tme great, pleas
uro to attest. to te efficiency of tho
pil11s received n'oom yout a few days
aigo. They have accomph~lshed every
thintg that. desired of them, and Y
have givetn several to myb nieighbotrs.
P'leaso send me two dlozeni more for
use on may farmt. Very tespectfully,
*t24 .JNo. C. TrspA LE.
--Food greatly benefits when prop
erly given .at the right periods, but to
Qvermfeed the baby is to siebent It, and
Indluce a degree of sutFoerIng; Dr. $iulis
Bab Syrpp Is the best r'em,3tly for the
discomtort, ayislp nlou oyoeyfeeding
tb0.baby, VPri 52 cents,
Oubscribe to TnHE Ne AND Hent
W, W. Ward, Ieing Convicted of Forgery,
Draws his Pistol in the Presence ofJudge
and Jury, and Shoots at. thie Prosoeutoer
and a Wituess, Wounding he Latter.
[FroM TI NEWS AND COUiEtR.)
KiNOSTn(EEi, May 2(.-The most ox.
citing and tragic scene that has over oc.
curred iI a Court of I his State was on.
acted here to-day. It was In the cas
of the State against W. W. Ward, in
(dcted for forgery.
The readers of the NCWs ant Cole
rier will remember that at the March
lerm, 1879, there was tried it this
place a caso of foreclosure where
'James Iirper was the plainiltiff and
W. W. Ward defendarit. \Vard held
at receipt of I furper's for $2,400 in1 pay
ment of a bond which Harper denied
was a "eluill paper, iad whiol idtJude
Mackey, sittiig ill equity, prolmiulced
a forgery, and ordered that Ward be
illdicted. The criminal suit was be
au yesterday and conoluded to-day.
a1nes Harper was the prosecuto'r.
Wiren the jury relidered their vordict
of gUilty and the Judge ordered the
sheriff to take charge of the prisoner,
Ward, who1 was sittin" 0 nside 'of the
bar of the court, and WTo 'was perfect
ly sober, deliberately arose from his
seat, drewhis pisto and fired it lar
per one time, ald 0110 tiio at. V. K.
Lane, One of his witnesses. Hiarper
escaped untouched, but, Lane was
wounded in both.hands. As quickly as
possible several gentleieni sprang oi
Ward id disarmed him and he was
taken off to jiil. Whei the firing oo
,urred lfarper and Lane were both
3jiting inside - the bar, which was
,rowded with the lawyers, ofilcers of
the court and citizens, all within a few
paces of Ward. That no one was kill
,d is miraculous. One of the bails
buried itself in the wall of the hous,
Ind what becaeio of the other on1e 1has
lot yet been discoverod. Great con
-ernation prevailed in the crowded
.'ouirt-room, and one or two ueggoes
jlumped out of the windows to the
groind, ia distance of twenty-five feet,
.l l Llret ,
. udgo Aldrich ordered a warrant, to
1)e issued against Ward for assailt and
atlerv with iltent to kill. The Judge
ills sOntonced Ward to a five of
live hundred dollars aid seven years'
iprisolnlent. ill tile piJitelt-iary.
I'hoc forgery case has excit(td great ill
Lerest, and was ably conducted by
ltichard Dozier, Esq., for the prosect
.in, and by Messrs. Barron and Lamb
4ol Cl.r the dllence. The jury was anl
initclhigent one, composed of ten whitp
e11011 alid two liegroes
THE JMfB JlV$ DWO
From a washington Letter.
One of the peculiarities of tile House
is the riso 11 fall of the various 1u1m111
bers wiho fro ti mile to tiiie comlle to
ite front ivith an "I object."' The
rulbs ti C the hadIS of rpreoselt;tive8S
'o tightly that a large part of the milor (
business can only be don by Uianiti
mlons consent. For cxtnpfd, a cin,
mitoco reports a bill wvicli cson) inem
ber is especially interested in haying
promptly pllsed, but it has to go 1o)i11
tile calendar at the very loot of it long
list, whJere it stands 110 0111111ce of ever
being reacihed inl its regular order. If,
however, the member canl obtain
unaninois consent to take this
bill up a ad put it its passage, it
may be got through ill twvo mlinutes.
As tie spioftes SCSji aI:gryhs
chtim imore and1( morei of thue time1, the
struggle tier unantt~imlous conset in,
crealses, ando ahnost every day aifter the
reaiding of tile journal a (dozen1 or
twenty mlemnbers arc* onl their' feet
yelling "Mr. Speaker" and( seeking to
p~ut thrioulgh bills in whichl they a'ro
specially interested-upon01 tile passage
of which perhlaps their noina iitionl
may depend1(. It is on such occasions
that tile ;veraige '"repr'esonlIative of tile
people" sees his oppor'tuntity to asser
his powecr, A singlo "I object" is fat
tatl to any bill1; a single cal! for the
-"regular or'der" will take the whlolo
crowdi on' their feet, and1( bring thte
Ilouse at once down t.o its regular roul
twoe, Somec days everi'ititg wvill go
smoot0hlyV tor hatlf an hour, and( per..
hlaps aL dozenl bills ilil be rushed
thiroulgh ; antother' time the very first
attemp lt mayii encounter tihe objection1
whlichl defeats it, or theo more disafl
trous5 domanlld for thle "re'gular 01(order"
wvhich carries all thle others wvith it.
At dltifferet. stages of thle soession
difi'ernlt individuals como forn ard,
enaact. tins role tor ai while and( then01
subside. Liast winter it was guenerally
Brewer, of.MJichiga~n, who stood in the
way of e'vryody that attemapted anvy
thimg out of tile re0gulari order. Grta'r
iually Brewer seemaedi to rejax his yigi-.
lance, anld foll back into the ohbacgrity
whlieb had1( (enveloped hini unitil heo
challenged ntotoriety' ini this w'ay. Tfho
last few weeks Briggs, of New- lahmpl
shire, a man11 of' very ortlinaryi ability,
who had priev'iously been1 0110 of ti
least consp1iculous antmbers, hias blos,
somled as thle reguilationa objector' .and
champion of' thae 'regular order." Tho
iprudent con)gressmianI who wanits to
p~ut through a 'little bi)ll" niowadays
maiikes is p)eace with tile great Thrjggs
in advane, for hie Is ulsumally obd urate
411md seldlomi yields When 01nc0 lie has
inlterposed1 tile two wvords whichl snifle
to preOvet all the 292 other reembers
of the house8 fromiit pasSing a bill if they
are not withdr'awn. Besides thle spo
r'adic objeclay)s, as they may lbe egled,
there are Ihe rogulatiohn ones, of whomji
Conger, of Michigant is the chief. It
is amullsinlg to .see 0110 of these 11e0n
for'ced to tatkol A dose of his own mnedi
eline onice in a while. Con ger', for In
stanice, has a bill which 110 Is ver'y
anhxious to get thrtough at thlis sessionm,
and1( he hals madle two oi' three attempts
to scure Its palssage. it Is quiite a
lonig bill and( takes six or eight minutes
f'or tile clerk to road, ando every 111m1
thajt the spleaker' asks whether there Is
aniy ,bjection, a y oung K-"ntucky
meobe~r by thje name of' Thomn 1)son
hiops up anld enter's hlis prlotest. 'Onec
ger' got pre'tty maid about it the last,
time, and anot wvIthout reason, for the
b)il is a very mer'itoions 0110, to ap
poinit a master for a haarbor of refuge
oil Lake liurol), bitt 110 ought to r:e
member thlat be has blocked many ats
deservinig a mneasur'e with hise objoctiosa;
anid should notA wV oe that somow
Democrat feels like p~ayinlg him oil int
is owni colna. Disagreeable and ob
structive as lhe oftent Is, thle objector Is,
nevertheless, a valuable person to
have aronhd, anld as there Is no0 other
way in wichi the average member can
so easIly mife~ltst his powver, there' Is
happily nto danger that tho race . will
.1AVINQ purnbhased a nmey es tcno andl
oeof Ardwells' -eeobratedj
threshers, I ami.w pre ared to thresh
yha~ d pas to' sato fa
WINES AND LIQUORS
WOULD most respectfully inform ti(
my customers an1d the citizens of Pair-,
field genierally, that I keep hi stock i
full supply of Iltic Iquors, Cigars,
Tobacco, &c., &c., qpd guarantee
satisfaction to anly 0110 giving uinc ab
trial. My stock consists as follows;
QTAID, DUPU Y & CO.'S COGNAC
BRAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS,
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISKEYS.
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS. bf
F. MOlINO DE MORA SH.E1Y n,
W INE. P
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G, 1-. MUMM & CO.'S iiIMS
G~NUINE 11HNE WINE.
SARATOGA PURE nYF WILLS
NATHAN'S 1863 CADINET RYE
STRAUSS'IMPORTED RYE W11IS- U
KEESE'S "OWN'" RYE WIIISKEY. S
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
CELE13UATE'D PFEI FER ,. RYE
KieNXTUCKY ]ROUREO;0N WHU1S
PLANTATION RYE WiIISKEY.
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTI H CAROLINA SWEET MASH
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYS.
*NEW BNGLAND) RUM. 0
FRENCIIE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VIRY FJNE OLD CLARET WINE
nOME AkIE1 WiNE~S.
1 KEG SWEETY SCULPERNON(G
I KEG SWR~ET CAT AWBA WINE.
MA LT LiIQUJOiIS;
BEJ$GER & ENGEL'S CELJEBR4T
ED LAGE R BEER ON DRJAUGH[T T
BASS & CO.'S IPORTEp ALE.S
PURIE CRAB APPLE CIDE~R.
P'URE NATURHAL APP~OLONA
R IS WATER.
CIAIES ANDI TOISACCO.
RHAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN
TIIE PRIME MINISTER CIGAII
FOR 25 CENTS.
THlE PUCK CIGAR-3 FOR 25
TrHE CORONJET CIGAR-S FOR 25
THlE SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR 25 c,
TH$ SMASJ3IR CIGAR.-5 FOR 25
TViE LIGHTNTNG CIGAR-5 FOR
TIHE MONARCH OF THE SOUTII
CiGAR-5 FOR 25 C$NTS.
THlE MASTER STROKE CIGARe-5
FOR 25 CENTS.
TILE AMER[CAN TWINS CIGAR
S FOR 25 CENTrS,
THlE COSTA RICA CLG'AR--3 FOR
THlE ROYATL SEAL CIGAR-10
FOR 25 CENTs,
THE ROSE AND LILY CIGAR-10
POR 25 CENTS.
THlE HAVANA CHTAROOTS-5
T.' W. BLACKW~ELL'S SAIOKING~
CHE';WING TOBACCO-TJI Rj' EE
ICELEMOS, ODA WATER. 11
THE BEST MINED BiEVRAGE
OF~ THlE SEA SON SERVED '
AT ALL flOURS OF
THlE DAY, TO SUiT THE~i MOST
1880s SPRINGs 1880s
P. LANDECKER & BIRO.
knnounce the receipt of a large as
sortineit of .pring Goods in the
verj latest desigi m andl Nov
elties, 1 nd they o'fer the
lollowing goods as
low as. anly
In the 'Boro.
Wool Bunting in all desirable shades,
French Bunting in Black and Navy Blue
1he handsomest ever brought to th is mar
wt. A beautiful line of
In entirely now designs, with ins.ert.
ngs to match,
Just opened Ond ready for ipspectin.
all tDcl Rae,
Of all kinds and of the beat quality
t the lowest possible ligures. Cgll eprly.
A largo stook of Gents' Furnishing
Joods for the Spring trade. Call and be
We would call the attcntion of the pub
ic to our large stock of Ladies', Gents',
ismes' and Chi'eiren's Shoes, which we
re now disposing of at a rorarkably low
)rioe. Give us a call before you pur
Ahaso elsewhero, as we feel satisfied we
ani suit you in quality, stylo and pripe.
TRUNKS AND VALISES,
WO will soll our lprge stock of Trunks,
alises, llaillroa(l Uags and Satchels litold
lricos, although. they haye advancpd fil
y 25 per cent.
AN EARLY CALL
Will repay ladies. We ask you only to
ome to see our stock and to hear the
rices. and if you do not find it to your
dvaitge to buy, we will not ask yui to
P, L4NDE(KEB BO
.kAIN THE SCENE
CAO.NNOT. SING T13 QL~D
In the old place any longer. It's
~oo small. .hot half large enough
ecr our family, hOnsehoDld goods and
brade, thoreforo we shalil break camp
July 1, next,1 and establish new mu
nical headquairtern in the handsome
New Duble StorB
DOR. CONG RtESS3 & W HIT AKER STS.
Where we shall have the lairgest
and finest Musical Warerooms in
the entire South. Before weo go,
We must, to save heavy exp~ense
ind labor of removal, close out our
antire stock of Pianos and Organs
flow on hand and to arrive pripor to
July 1. To do this we shall inau
gurate forthwith a
GRAND CLEA1ING OUT SALE,
Commeing Mlay 116 and ending
July 1, during which time. we shall
sell at Manufacturers' Wholesale
10 Favorite Pianos.
27 Chlickering Pianos.
21 Lighte & Co. Pianos.
150 Mathushek Pianos.
5 Ballet & Dlavis .lanos.
62 Southern Gem Pianos.
28 Guild, Church &r CJo, Tianos.
44 Sterling Co. Organs.
100 Peloubet & Co. Organs.
110 Mason & Hamlini Organ's,
Al e n u froi factory.Alo,
100 Second Hand Pianos ndw Or
gans. Most all of them used only
from one to six months and precisely
as good as new.
DON'TL MISS THIS CHANCE
To securre a fine instrument "awful"
ab~esap. Write for Clearing Out Sale
Oirculare an~d Price Lists, and be
q~uick abont it. The sale end4e July 1,
LUDDEN & BATES*
Whlolesale Piano andi Organ Dealers,
NEATS-FOOTr 011, Linseed Oi1i
NOli1vs 011, Castor- Oil (cold
aIVr lI--pure, -Scott's MCrulsion,
Castor Oll; F~.mtlsI n, ready for' tes i
small bottlee -
For sale Storeot of
1IE latost news my mail and cable bring is the tidings of deprcoiation
ir. all the loading lines of merchandise. And as I purpos lcepu1gl
> with the tinkcs, I will offer my entire stock far below last wook's quotq -
>ns. This is a raro o1pp)ortlinity to puties wishing to buy goods for cah-,
25 pieces Onlico at 6.1 eents, reduced from 8 cents.
103 pieces Calico at 7 conts, reduced from 9 cents.
500 pieces (alico at 8h cents, reduced frir 1.0 cents
100 pieces Pripted Jaconets at 9 cents, reduced from 124 cents,
20 pieces Pique at.9 cents, redico- from 10 cents.
1') pieces Pique at 15 cents, rpduced from 20 cents.
50 pieces Cottonades at 15 contr, 9A eits and tvonty.JlvO contal-fa
>low their present valuo.
50 pieces checked HopIospunp at Factory Prices.
5 ]ales Domestic Shirtings and Shootings cheaper than over,
15 pieces New York Mills - Shirtings at 8 cents.
30Q dozen Fans at 3 cents, 4 conts, 5 cents and 10 cents,
A Few Handsome Canopy Parasols to be Sold at Cost.
An ]4legant Assortinent of Dress Goods in All the Now Dosigna.
5 boxes Spring Flowers at Half their Actual Vale,
To close out, Five dozen Ladies' Untrinmmd Hats,
Another Lot Glass Ware Just ileceived,
As space does ilot permit, I will only mention r. few of the many decido
rgains which I havo to oQ'er to the trade. This is one of the opportu-.
ties which rarely present themsnelves. You can save from ten to fifteeA
ir pont, by giving my stock an inspecti'li befqre hijyinjg plueawhore.
Leader of Low Prices.
-ATI TIlE N7W STQRE,
'DT A suppies o 1 a('lle, Perishire. i.ttlee, LAcA nd vitMor'i T/twn. QiheckeI -andI
11 e ilciIMzi C1l at11.1 lir s LineS . 1, o i L titings, Prints, all In new styles, Long
S1(i(it k1gs. PI'Iilow~ (3a,( Colt~ tois, etvc.. oiheap Its t Ie j., I et.
A RINi.,;N ALl-SILK 1l(II)ONA, ti TEN and T'ENT1"'F1VE OENTS, WORTH T1HREIq
MES TI VONEY.
r tIr rehutes have been inde EFmOIE Till, TIDA L WAVE IN 'RICES AND AFTER ITh
tsu E. nd in con loet' en i cd valUe to our emstomers fOr thvir patronage.
IW'ttesf, [ISS01Ult,fli of LAUB LILOVES AN D MITS In the City.
WE SELL STRICTLY FOR CJASl I C '
DESPORTES & EDMUNDS.
OUR FR IENDS AND CUSTOMERS
ILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
WE HAVE REMOVED
UR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, ACKNOWLEDGED TO B11
AMONG THE BEST IN TH STATE,
TO THE STORE ROOM T* REAR OF OUR
)RY GOODS ESTABLISHME~NT,
All Goods Guaranteedi
api 17 _SUGENIIEIMER & GROl8HE1,
- TELDEIR & CO,.
ESFECTFULLY bcg leave to inform the citizens of Winnsboro an4
Isurounding coiuntry th~at they are now ini receipt of their' Sprigancl
DRY GOO4S IN ABUNDANCE,
QiLOTHING FOR EVERYB~OU.
fSTRAW AND FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADI1S ANP OHILDPRN,
NQTIONS IN PROFUSION
AND L1NEN DUCKS.
All our Goods are fresh, new and pretty. We will tak? pleaspro In
mbbiig our stock to any aind every one. Qive us an gyy cal),
OUR GROCERY STORE~
Is full andi complete as it always is. Prices and G3oods guaranteed. Be
ire to come to seo us, and yon will certainly get your money's war 1b
G RA 0 OPl@N6&
rINNSD3ORO DRY G1OOpS, FANCY GOS, ANP MflkTINERY
IOfJDS are now open and raduy for inspection, and ladies will <}p well
roh to alhidso te best eelected and largest stoog gg gillilpry' evey
Domeal coes Strawy aJad Chip Goods, Fr~ench Pattern Wats,
Ca 'os Fethrs, Lac0s, Nets, Lawns, Muslins,
hbbtonand folorod liquos, Dross Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
iols, Corsetsd LaceoCo'Notro , Hosiery, Lace Bonnets Ruchin,
nii a als-lss Dry Goods, Fann Goods nd M ilinery .stalsh.
Lotyh. ouaon llyu ivant ae reasonably as samea goods egg b'loggl
iOf Sl es for e, Lalsand Children. Men's and Boys' fats, All kicndq
FAothy arn Plantton G'oerles, .Cigars, Tobyao, &o. &o.
Amil e h uldare lot o l p pular new Davi Bowing epo1)les. I oy
rmyso ae of Wok.i None shotild be withoutl.PhIn e )
w~e f wohc - .oid. ~~1I n its own g1ii