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THT NEWS AND HERALD.
"WOUICsAY. Juno 10. : 160.
ivo3.. R. VVOLDS. AleIATO E9 Ot.
The DLy. L~orme Wins.
Tlie agony is ended in Chicago and
1gain the dark hose wo is. The Ivor
lem broke down ill the home stretch
mid are laid ip fbir repairs. James A.
Gar-fuld Carries off the honors1- that
w*Nero sought by Grant, Mlaine aind
Sherman, and of whicht dozens of Re-1
piblican statesmen havo dreamed dur
Ing the ptast week.
On Monday twolity-eiglit, ballots!
were held, the first of which has been
already given. The snceeeding twen
ty-Sevenl were alilost exact repetitions.
On the fifteenth Grant reached 3109
votes, and onl the fourteenth Bliaine re
ceived 286. Sherinati began at 93 and
on the twenty-eighth touched his high
est point, 98. Ediminds andt(] Walsh
buruie kept iinong the thirlies, and
'Widom kept. the tenl votes of Atiin
%%o11iI the whole timle. On the
t wty-eighth, wilen the conventionl
ad.journed to Vuesday, Grant stood
807, Blaiic 279, Sherman 92, Ed
Inumnds 31, Wasiburne 34, Windoin 10,
and (4arlield 2.' The balloting began1
tit about the saime figurc-3 Tuesday. On
the thiry-sixth ballot there was t,
slatilp)de of1all the aniti-Granit mienl to:
UIlrflield, anld at the close (lie result
was Gartleld S37, Granit 3 11, Viline
42, tle fh-st ned having eight'eM
votes to spare. The Grant Vorees died
inl the laitt ditch, and thie im whom
Conklinl-g lintrodueed ats haviing ieverl
been defeated in pCitce or. inl w%Ar emnlie
out of the sealimble ruflied aid towsel
ed alld bethl-It-gled, wit all his pres
tige gole ai1t his repitiationl badly
dalgillged. Coilkling, fite 1arroganlt,
floiuindered inl the mire beneath his
great. cheftain, .gll wits flateltte
out like a ho,1n-i and 1 0u Ca1ionl
w%as bi6dt (ut! of'rig-ht.
While hailai the defeit o. f C,rant ia
an eveit of political iinportance, ill
Sholwinlg that tho vitality of h(le ie
public is not dead and is not ready to
violate Constitutional traditions,. everv1
Joe eof ,deeley mu1tist. dotlblv rej-oice!,
it the disvomlilire 0of the great 1lt Senta
toril tr-lliniat and thleir paid
Imyrimidolls. soling is the most
Complete persollificailt o of pretentious
blackguardismi Ia retilled mi"lignily
that. this country has ever seen. .1 lo
wou'i have (ictated tle policy of the
couitry inl tlie event of G ant's clee
tionl, jud wyoukd have been ten1b)(I
moe daelingerous to the peace and
stability of' the Republic tlanI his pre
tenlded ma-ster. Don Caieroln is ia
political prig, of 110t mu1ch weight aly
-where, except in Pennsylvani, and
L~oganl 3 is viilgar' luterer'lC. They('
wou hl nt have d(netc h harm10 onelt) 1
way 0o' anotheir. Coinkliing w~as the!
kinig-mnaker' andt thle mov~intg spJir'it ill
the thbird termii conirali'tcy. 1(y his
self. The thir id (termi camp11 is reontlili
wit(h 03ath(s at this writing. What the
leaider's say is n11ot t]h. W hat rh"iv
Grant, who th-m11ht it ~wouhl bel '"a
d-O 5hiiun if they dlon't nomi.inate'
3'i," hl3e to 5,.~tajV-, is of ntiu intteiet. to'
the read]ing.. publhi4.
Wh (ile t he'( ipub iemits h ave not
nomina1:tethiri, best, lmit, they3 n.ight
mtorallIy t he sI ' tran3st, enital idat e, andt
perhiaips thle ihardest to bet, 3ii we'
thank the llepubllicanis ihr inot putt1 ing~'
himit up. Garle i se a man11111 ol' great
itelhect, but het lamcks baickbone, and1(
though it is siad that at hieart lhe is a
thle party~ lashi he is a statlwarit. of' the(
statwarlt s. T1he opini on we have &rathI
cred of' the man1 1is thIat. lie wouk (1maake
about such a l'r'esidenit als hlayes, and1(
G~arthld w'as bornl ini Or'ange, ( )io, inl
November i19.i.It3 , and hie iS i teai'(rel
but for'ty-t'ighat yea*rs (of aget. 1(e
gr3'adnu:e at W~illiamls College, Mta'ssa-I
4)r (xluVter, and1( presm iden't of' a litr
ry ist3ii ulion 1i1r sevecral years, after'
whieb h1 le becamle at lawyer. lie wais
Bi*ite Senaiitor in Oh)lio ini 1859-60, r'ais
(ed a1 recgiment11 ill 1861, becameII brwiga
Khlier-general ini I82 $3.was miade Chief
of t ait' of the Armay of' lie Cmniatber'
hlnd and1 promoi ted ma ijor'-genteral~ in
I 6t3. lIe lats served( in Congre.s
teighiteen yetars, and1( waIs electe'd Uited
States S'enator' to suc'eed( TIhurma'n in l
131 . He3 ser'vedl i on te EecQta'l
C..ommnission in 1877. F'or sev'eral
yearts hie hast blen the lIepub.,lican lead
or in tha3 1louse at Washiington,.
Gailleid( went to Chicago ais the
leadeir of the Shtermni f'orces, thoutgh
him isetlf be(ing menlt ioned( als thle dark
horse. lHe seemls ( tohve wor'ked
fithfully~ for S3hieritan, bt tie 1load(
wlas at 1 1110 toti I.t'.vy and1( it r.emiainted
for ht:' lf to V!uck the fruit.
suires (Ohio( to thle RepubIhlicllans, but
leaves the Eaist aIs deb'atale gr'ounid.
The clouds have not yet clearecd auway
fr'om I lie po0litical hoiz'hot, bt. it wol 1(
50eem that the D)emocrats hiave cause
13hr en1cour 3ageiment. Th'e breVachl in thle
Rtep)uicanu pairty is very' biroad now,
and Conikling is as tapEtS sot 1.o sit inI
hds tent like at sulking Acllles and let
New Yolk go b)y defaultt. As he~ is at
brothe3r-inl-tlw of .Seymnour's this cir'
(cums1tanc1e maity give Seymiour' stock
anhothter. boom1. VTe D)emocrtia w1ill,
in a1 shor' timei, put their ticket in theC
fieldI itnd thlen the 1h1nd( will reCsoundi,
Thle D)emocrats wvill win this thne and1(
1100 be ceated, eith1er.
A 1rj4.p)ctve West point Cadet Shoota's
Shoomato and Is Put UsiderArast.
(Fromb the N6w York Ietaid.1
WEST POWT, N. Y., June 4, 1880.
A singular and tragibal-ecurepD took
place this mor)Ing at. tenu o'clock, at
the Hig1ha:d Falls Academy, two
miles below here on the Hudson Riv
c., in which a youig man tweny years
old, Be:nlmlolt 13. BUick, of 1;)alas,
Texas, who was studyiing for admis
sion to WCst. Poit, shot through the
body a fellow stldenlt lilned John G.
Thompson, Jr., of Columbus, Ohio,
son of tho Sergeant-M-Arms of the
llouse of Representatives, Who was
also studying to enter the Academy
here. From all the particulars I gath
cred at Highland Falls to-diay, It ap
pears thit the young man Duck arriv
ed in that village last Saturday m1or,n
Ing from Dallas, Texas, fromi the Third
Congressional district of wliel State:
he received anll appollitilent as emlet
to Vest Poilnt firomn Conlgressman ()li
Wellborn. TO prepare himself for the
prelimilinalry exmiliiination Iece.sary lo
enter Wesl' Point, he went straiglhl
way to the liighlaund Falls Academy',
anl Istiution conducted by Clonel
Caleb lIIe. When lie made his ap
pearalne the flnst day at table among
the other studeits he provoked some
audible Criticism by his umaner of cat
ing. lie used a knifb where iliost peo
ple conmmoiy mse at fork, amld hisvgel
nral manner2(0s were liot. l1s morevable to
his acidemilc conimiionllis as hey
mi".1h. vi-I. Youngm Thliomtip.n 1 aa
subsequIenlt Ineal broIt li m 1111 a Aork.
ItId I lie insIIt, inglidi wts Iot too
vll relt h6'd by the Texaii.
A 4.0n 10m I:301Y.1 FOR INIS LTS.
C'iell lihe ahpp. e 211ared to be II took
nticie ol, everythill- Said allot donle inl
i:ny waly Viultiled r(ell(elitpo 111m111.
Ill'- was about Inlediumill hight.1, Ohinl
Anld sallow inl thw fa.e, Chirly vdre sed,'
buunumsaal Vsteri'n orlTexani
ty Ie of, cloltis-a lroad-brillimledI
4 .ll ht, a w i ti SitlI short. waist an2IId
b)ox-toed boots-. Ilissult allonle would i
hnve beenl sure to provoke the ridictu i
t'tlie boys. It is on recorl that llit-k
id Tllomuipsoni, aftier the 1ieident ('!
le Vork, met il alnotler sh(u"lnts bed.. I
14Oonl n111d haId S11me WordsI. tl' TNexaI
zelaOlilgl. his remIlaralk. with I 1ori16do
W>e xI rinl _.of'ots Oni slumbwn 11i.1h1
he te blos IOVS'COnt'll to i)v Blv'k a
entilehani, and, like \V'iili.r. ie
Iiim, bit a tiin that lived to r'vpent
>Whi, frood intvinlions., 1,-mIho% w h
l'xn wNIs biginnin'rilot fiwe e1 a1 imo
litionl that soinw. jok w.Nas, nboul. hving
dlayetd ( him. Cl. thad %ih1241 1 niv
wenll fo bed he took t club~ uiter tIhe
-lothes with him. h'lle joke to oe per
MItred was to Ivt down a rope out
;ide the house fom an ipper wildow,
)rin it inl throu.1gh the wilillow of
B ek's rol, ilsteln i to the end oft hI
wd Clothes llnd4 <h.w theIll of' hi in 1
lie Imliddle of' le 14:!li, A .ll,1 -1ot
x ho slit inl te s2.me rsii m nie hiick
Ind w.ho was inl theq 'N'trn ",wa
Xpveted to lie Ihe rope (o p h' lmd
'olhes. li lle ilinatlilie volil2n Ahs
9 uning to warnhl fiedenh
>peled tlie door Ind22 stf-pped iit eliv
room2, but, helbre lie kn ew whIere 1he
was,15 he was1 knioeced lal 0on th 12loor11
b y a1 blow rI'1J .linck's5 club I, ine'k,
1)f cour2 se'. supposed h151le had no I'iind
in the pltace. 'lhe blo4w waIs so hooud
tat, it. sinviitItd. ( 'otlnel .ituse in ius
room11, ando he rushied w i th a Ilight in
he direton 22 of the sound( and2( t here
f'orun221 lhick sw inginig I he clubh ar2ouniil
bis 121ad,1 anid r'eplyingL~ to Ite Colone22l's
lil uiriy as to whazt was thle 1matter~i, "I
t2ave1 knoctked1021 one iiow' lown iin itc
'1 u12n.. A\ll:,2ti he.ar.ing;I till ( 'ohe 1
'('221ing, eraw3~'led mialet' tha (ks lhe
norn'Iing . It beg'an22 to) ihe. niiiied'. abt2
tiexi daiy Ili that t Txn2 wa2s lwi' dedttt
w3ith 11a 1itol, m241thim it wouiihe a)~1
himii of1it. A rlad w:li mado1 122 his
(ake w ay 2 Il. A fltth inciident of lhe
idlub Huciik paid1( aI visi,to We~~st. P'oint
to) see Cadet. Scott, whIo wais appoinit
from12 the same1( distrilct as himselif four'
year1s ago. anitd who( was his "pre2'd.,"
in the atgo of th 1le posi, (or pre'(de.
eessor,2t' no1w about22. to) giaul ,4' It
)i''1seem inek told( Scott , apr)topOs; of the
':11b plbrmance2 i1121(, 21ha2 he1 hadl ('caned(1
'a11s," 1121l SIOit, promi221 4o his' co222
1ad )-'ll Academy.t0it. 2 1(ht
1.'ai2A . Tr.1:22 x .1r22 or -nn: 'ill - A mi-t
liinck was5 no0w in It worse odor than0
before,2'4 but h( was2t 222 ngy ouston)22y-1
to tackleO. Ye't for' the 12112n'r of' iiilh
landi( Falls Al(cademy it w'outhl not1 (10 to
aullow f he assertion1 to go unchltleniged,
tat he' had3 cleaned out the alcademyl) oni
2a(('' velin night with a cilub. \Ifhat
ofteboy's ofthe4' plebes'( 01who allowed
1lad from22 Texas?
Finallyt, ti~s min2i-2. at ' 22 o('clock,
occurredv( the( eimiiaion of)1 th2ils hov..
tinli.shed' its rec'itat 122 ionsasi had( re1' iretd
i luse, soni of214 the pinc(1ia, was12 ini 4on.
versaion11 41 with Ii uc2(k ti'al eiln! his att-I
TlhIomfpsonl steCppe4d in betwieeni '.hemi,
and( 1(4 hiressing I (uck, sid M. '1 uml1e(2
stand1( you have'1 been sp)readinRg are
24 12s ;dl ou1t do(wn he4re'." I(21ek mus22
('o221i22medl thalt lhe hoped04 he~ woh21 take'
that hack andLI at1 once o ecii\- thte ('..
travi3ag'ai sla24emen't wh2en ' e nx
went 2(o We'st Poinit, 122d that Ilm Was
mnot. the (tIe to cle'an (222 am~ hoay
Ihiiek antswered(' tha h~fle wouhl2 t e hi('' 212
('iloi opson) anjd lie rest 4of tem
donnied if' lhe ouihina't say whtM hic
please54d abou)1t. him, 12m1i, wi'th a sim,-n
(2thers1 to tiek him1, at the smn21e 22lm2(
pllatmg2 his hand1( upon01 his pistot
whic wasl ot; t.he1 pistol 2that hand bxen
stoln 1101n his trun2k, 1)ut 112notheri'
&ud and1( a1 Ilnch mo14re formnidalte one'(.
'I hmpSOni seemig the muovemient, ex..
elaimed, "W ~ell, dIraw' your listot anid
shtoot as you leatse. 152am nOt afraid 1'
T'he ne(xt 1instatt 1Ihtik whipped1(4 his
1isttil.Out., tand, stanidinlg WithI in six
feet of' is viein, fired 11he ball, one of
32 ealibre, st rdi king 'Thiompson0 v141)4
tile grinli and1 ploughinig its .12 .
I hrough In t he bac(k . Th'lompson dtill
not kno a2)'it theI m2om2ent, that, lhe wasti
idhot, and11 waIlked Iwenty) fleL of'tho
balcony, going leho cracton of ti
veatibu1j, without t-roublerwhen
auddekily-:called ont to k.one of .i.4 At
low stuetoite, "Hold 6n, Pn h1t;" i
staggered over to the balcoy railh
for support. Froml hero hie wa.takq
In the arlns of two of his complialo;
gently up stiirs anid pit ill bed. T
whole thing transpired in such a sho
periodI that thtre was no tine ifor Jinte
Fereice by anyboty. Colonel jilus
whI ws s ting around file corner
the south pviza, vard the 1Pistol r
port. and conluldet tat. somebody w
pr-actising fit, at farlet. anld to- puit
stop to ite halstn4i< florward only
dis9cover that it' tragedy had becii a
ilptll. Buck, il the.in tiane, l111
dlisappearc<l, the attention of all arom,
beig concentrated on the vihtini of tI
NOTIFYINCI T-IIC AL'TORITIES.
"ord waq sent by Colonel 1usO i
the village for I uleflical aid and also I
West Point. Drs. Aluttr1o, Edsail an
Chase ruspoide< firoln tihe villige a1l
Dr. lAippillcott fronm te post. M
i.eginlil illie echared that only At
im one of* the larger fitidelits
1'iildof"IThomlpsonl's--WhII hle saw tIi
latter sho(, woul have allen on lBuc
:111l "11n1<le it ilval of hinm" if' hel ha.
hadcl his way. hick stayed but hair
mintite on (lhe scene, and at shorl till
slbSJie<jilIl made lis wav to Sji
ofilcv, where ie ttrrendere
'TlIC WOU'NDEI-1101"S' COND)ITTIN.
itr. J. G. Thomnpson, Jr v., who w:
Shot, was a1 fill(, athletic h:nldsoll
young flullow o'itineteenl vears, stroll
inil well bilill, with re iu', clear eI
'1,11111-cs, bright, bilue eye. 1 :111d clw
croppedl brownl hair, lIIe wa, fbild<
I idoorl gamv.;, yet was intllelullll
bight. i I (. hl buen ith Iighlant
''alls Aen ll.y tw four. Imlonth
anld wa, Ver111 popular with all wh-If
kinew him. lINS conldicionl Ohisevellinl
is prevalriois. ThAre 11s bel-i lo
of blooi, thouh the bullet, ploughe
1hrollg1h his holyV. H is father, Mi
d11h1 G. Thon1illSonl, hans 1wen ((-I
gra1pli Ior and will bu here to-niig:
BhIck was found ill tho Shel-itll
offive it Newbur.. III.l iw waIs ) tts v wi
illp, a l)ng hler to his a'1tN.r,
whtoi, he said, he hai previouly4 ltel
11ra1phied. The pri.,onitr haO ah'eard
co l.l i \l r. M!ici UI . i lirg.chher'
mne oftthe bicsi lawvers inl Ihis Sec1iUl
ofIlt, e +: 1e, andl, by, his advice.1wotil
.,ay nothi l b1kolt thw Shootig. Il hou1 .
i talkedi rly I Y oni oilher tnatte-'
Il k is a tall, Sivieml t Uer 1 11o1an, no()
at, atll Ilnerous ig . lie t,Is
( hait. his fi ber is .1.G 11 . I "uck ,pri
( 1len. otlhalillas Colleuv. at .Ilas, TIi
lls. Buick Clainmed that heL Was$ VOY
badiv used by. thie stiude'na! iat Colont
llu: .se'sscool an<d Ot:t they h:-Id hazel
imitho 1t wfli nt, mrey i sas thn
(hey centered his r(boil inl tie(* nighl
1al rItl , N111 thel' lihtII S V .re :lt l
out, altik olaved 11rNek,; oin him. 1
cheIftila ill lilvsit where om.h ov callel
him to the wv i tillow , while 1'ai ltle
sloom rvnty inl a1143er111 i t ory to mItI111
n pail ( w:1v1 ( t L.is h11"Id. I t, t
Inisake I Ie one 1hall w-vas calling hill
!"v Nv aher (1ver. hi .,t .eI
ai stha th- suelntswere4 ulwavs ihl
&aggres1or,ani that hu trie<d to be ill
ianerad ald 11ol, it) g,ive ofimev
1111ick wea s 1 fine gol Il';(.l Cor1 ex
cllence i orator, whichi he3111 won( (o1
l a ys tihe (itt'' is311 31 prae13i1al printe1111(
t'(an< lu'i by throa of43several tiu
I l4y <' In'tholice of14 the l as he/(4
~' I .' t H334 1 li'c30'33 f iii 5~ 0 irbOan, l
illtretll(tb 03'i 1unwrittenstorveo1neern
Spin's Grno < hL4 t '0i I)Is biqater
in h bon' of ( itin of.'l thei Colo
ne's, (4 11ir. h ieber 141 Craf t now livil1
in4' loh C33a'i, Listiana.1( OneIW1 da3'(
at300 the dinner I ablea remark31 lwa.Its 11n3
concern1iing 53te per manes. CI'3tnpane115
1o4t 'te town by)1 ' the Fe3eral 1s whoa
1110. Creai i Mta woma's1' ebareei( W
('ie earne Stns,O' sai:3u1i I "D' t beia t o 1'i
14)e of3 (11.81'sti that. u oswl be'3l ,lom
ra butxmti 't rnrk in~ lohute
it 1Ztyle onti ly iUn'a waser suiig1
l:rtie~ to ear, in(hIt iluu aiteen m3'Oit
liite all'wai l4ih'the1rebelg weregIt ai
tow ianti ller( the( skiln tilt 1)o1sebac0h
in- hi luite Ito ilutin.3 the n andt'k gei
awyntheItrin Gnu leilNo. his 1un1
1a.n :i swoniatnMrs.' Cngist's houst
Thea Sri' was barel ou0 t)3gt 1 1igh
haing'e1 3 onsboard Gra43 ('1uxl113 his stl
Crills bo'e in'Q theu yope of hW (in
the3'4 Federal sCont'ulnonder ad thiIao
party (Il o und'tI .\lr.1' 1Grant, buitl <
notl oly~ '. atrue 3)So utr Iw onn q b1t4k
ai true,11114114 hih- i ed t,alv. hid the
iusa'c 11he1' h'ad ihitedrp s te rues<
hospt alt yin a t mpt ng i het ra'hi
AR Therefore wil takm ploasure in an.
a nouncing to our -fiorinds and ous,
to Woiers-that we havo jDade a groat
- reduction' inx pt ices of our stock. We
are determi"Wed never to be
r1. We N ill givo our customors a sp3
>r cial benefit by offering greak and
-a rare bargains.
10 airos, Muslins, Swiss, fand all
11 kinds of White Goods for summer
a wear at
-0 GUEATLY REDUCED PPICES.
Suitings, Linon Buntings at great
ly roduced Prices.
3 Cottonades. Jeans and Cassimeros
10 ait gr-eatly reduced prices.
Jtt received a new lot of Ladies'
Lf MisseS' and Children's Slippers.
A now invoic- of Gents' Scarfs,
' Neckties and Summer Underwear,
which will be sold cheap.
d WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS.
MOSQUITO NETTING !
Than Evor in Embroideries, Ho
siery, Notione, otc.
We now iavo 0n hamnd a full stock
of lothing, Ioots, Shoes, lats and
G 'ents' Fnrnishing Goods dive us
a Call beforo buying elsewhere and
LP. INDECKE It & ORO.
<AGAIN THE S-CENiE
-W3 CANWOT SIN THE~ OLD
-IIn themt old pIaeC ainy longer It's
-oosmnall. iNot halt' large enough
ferv ouri famuily, hiousehohal goods and
tradolC, therefor'e we shall break camup
July 1, next, and establish new mun
sial heaJfdquart 4ert ini the~ handl(some
NTew Double Store
COlR. (CON(.R ESS & W IllTAKERI STiS.
. Where we shall hi ivo the largest
- and finest Muical Warerooms in
-the entiro South. B3efore we go,
We maust, to save heavy exp)ense
ijand labor of remroval, close ont our
entiro stock of Pianos and Organs
no11w onl hand and to arrive pPior to
July 1. To do this we shall iun
gurate forthwith a
GR CflAND CLEARING OUT SALE,
Commencing May 15 and ending
July 1, (dnring which time we shall
e sel1l at M.aijacturer's' Wholosale
ii 10 .Favorite Pianos.
I 27 Chickering Pianos.
21 ighato & Co. Pianos.
isJ 5 Iallet & .Da.is a inos.
i- 62 Southern Gem Pianos.
'28 Guild, Church & Co. Pianos.
44 Sterling Co. Organs.
n100 Pelou bet & Co. Organs,
le! 110 Mason & Hmin Organs.
o All new and just from factory. Also,
v 100) Second hanid Pianos and Or
guns. Most all of them used only
IC from onle to six months and precisely
1..1a good as new.
o DN"'' MISS TUIS CHANCE
3r To soecurro a fino instrument "aw~ful"
a- cheap. Write for Clearing Out Sale
- Cii culars anid Price Lists, and be
quick abIout it. The sale ends July 1,
LUJDIDEN & BATES'
e SAVANNAH, GA.
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
N.EATS-FOOT1 Oil, Linseed Oil,
Olive .Oil, Castor Oil (cold
pressedl), -Castor Oil (common), Cod
10 4ivera Oil-pmi.e, Scott's Eamulsioan,
st Castor' Oil, Lgn.ilsion, ready' for- use in
I- For sa,L..,. .t1.e .rug Store of':
e. .E. mmKEN
MINES AND LIQUORS
WOULD most respectifilly inform
my customers and the citizens of Fair
field generally, that I keep in stock a
full supply of flne Liquors, Cigars,
Tobacco, &c., &c., and guarantee
satisfaction to any one giving me a
trial. My stock consists as follows:
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNAC
B3RAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISKEYS.
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MOI1NO DE MORA SHERRY
' F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. 11. %ITMI & CO.'S RHEIMS
GENUINE RHINE WINE.
SARATOGA IPU1E RYE WIS
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPORTED RYE WHI
KEESE'S "OWN" RYE VIIISKEY.
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
CELEBRATE) PVEIFFER E. RYE
KENTUCKY BOUR11BON WIIIS
PLANTATION RYE WITISKEY.
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTH CAR OLINA SWEET MASH
PLANTATION CORN WH ISKEYS.
G IN(- ER BRANDY.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCIE'S "BOST0N" GIN.
VER1Y "FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
1 KEG DRY SCUP~PERlNONG WINE.
1 KEG SWEE;T SCUPPERNONG
1 K EG SWEET CA TA WBA WINE.
SA LT IQUORS :
BERGERL & ENGEL'S CELEBRLAT
El) LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT'
BASS & CO.'S iMPORTED) ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATRAL APPOLONA
RIHAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN
TIHE PRII ME MINISTER CIGA R1-3
FOR 25 CENTrS.
TIHE PUCK CIGAR-3 FOR 25
THlE CORONET CIOAR-3 FOR 25 e
TilE~ SONORA CIGAR-3 FGR 25
TIHE SMASHER CIGAR-5 FOR 25
TIlE LIGIHTNING CIGAR-- FOR I
TiHE MONARLCH OF THIE SOUTHl
CIGAR-5 FOR 25 CENTS..
TI! E MASTER STROKE CIGAR-5
FOIl 25 CENTS.
TI!Ei AM ElUCAN TIWINS CIGAR
5 FORL 25 CENTS.
THlE COSTA RICA CI(;AR-3 FOR
T.IIE ROY AL SEATL CIGAR-10
FORl 25 CENTS.
TIHE ROSE AND LILY CIGAR-10
PO)R 25 CENTS.
THiE HAVANA CHIAROOTS-5
T. W. B3LACKWEL~L'S SMOKING
CIHE WING TrOBACCO-TIREE
TIHE BEST MINED) BEVERAGES
01F TIHE SEA SON SERVED
AT ALL JIOURS OhF
TIlE DAY, TO SUIT THlE MOST
FASTIDIlOU S 'TAsTES,
VERY R ESPE~CTFULLY,
F. W. HKABENIORET.
REAR OF TOWN HIALL
-AT THE NEW STORE.
AITIOT1NAL smVp1tes oft PaW~fle, rerthelitro, LnU.1co. 14faeo ai Viotorla 1.tils, CtteokTd fnd
Loco Pique, Ilevani Clot alid Dres Lions, Lace Ijuntings, Printa, all it ,ow atyles, LOni
11001i, 8110OtLas 1110Vo (.nRP COt=S, ei-C., C11QAP US tho 0011PRIVI.
AD IIVE IN ALbi-SILK IBBoNS, at TEN and TNTY.FIViE CENTS, WORTU THREN
Our purchates Iave been made BEFOR E TIE TIDAL WAVE IN PIU CES AND AEVRIt Ir3
WDSIDENCE, ond u onsquuc. cal. give good %aAe to our customneri tor their patronugo.
The best, assortineuit of LA010 OLOV)38 ANI) MITS fit tho Ulty.
WEB SELL STRICTLY FOR CAS t
may 11 . DESPORTES & EDMUNDS!
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE TH1T
WE HAVE REMOVED
)UR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE
AMONG THE B'3T IN THE STATE,
TO TffE STORE ROOM IN REAR O OUR
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
All Goods Guaranteed I
apl 17 SUGENREIMER & GROESCHEL.
F. ELDER & CO.
ESPECTFULLY bog leave to inform the citizens of Winnsboro anA
. surrounding country that they are now in receipt of their Spring and
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE.
CLOTHING FOR EVERYBODY.
STRAW AND FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN.
NOTIONS IN PROFUSION
AND LINEN DUCKS.
All our Goods are fresb, new and pretty. We -will take pleasure ijr
xijbiting our stock to any and every one. G&ve us an early call.
-OUR GROCERY STORE
Is full and complete as it always is. Prices and Goods guaranteed.. Be
uro to come to see us, and you will certainmy get your money's wor h.
VINNSEORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, ANI) MILLINER~Y
OODS are now open and ready for inspection, and ladies wvill do wel
I to call and see the best solected and largest stock of Millinery ever
rought to this market.
Domestics, Straw and Chip Goods, French Pattern Hats,
Calhcoes. Feathers, Laces, Nets, Lawns, Muslins.
Vhite and Colored Piques, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, SatinB,
t.ibbons, Corsets. Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets Ruching,
selts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fichus, Ties and everything generally
ound in a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery Establish.
aent. You can get all you want as l easonably as same goods can be bought
nywheore. Always on hand a
Of Shoes for Men, Ladies and Children. Men's and Boys' Hats. All kinds
>f Family and Plantation Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, &e., &c.
Another large lot of the popular new Davis Sewing Machines. Every
amily should have oif'e. No one should be without it. Call and see the
ange of work it will do. I soil it on its own meriis.
aurin J- 0. BOAG.'
HE latest news my mail and cable bring is the tidings of depreciation
im all the leading lines of mer'chandise. And as I purpose keeping
1p with the times, I will offer my entire stock far below last week's quota.
aions. This is a rare opportunity to parties wishing to buy goods for cash.
25 pieces Calico at 6+ cents, reduced from 8 cents.
103 pieces Calico at 7 cents, reduced from 9 cents.
500 pieces Calico at 8* cents, r'educed from 10 cents.
100 pieces Printed Jaconets at 0 cents, reduced from 121. cents.
20 pieces Pique at 9 cents, reduced from 10 cents.
10) pieces Pique at 15 cents, reduced from 20 cents.
50 pueces Cottonades at 15 cents, 20 cents and twenty-fiye cents-~far
>elow their present value.
50 pieces chocked Homespuns at Factory Prices.
5 Bales Domestic Shirtings and Shootings cheaper than ever.
15 pieces New York Mills .Shirtings at 8 cents.
300 dozen Fans at 3 cents, 4cents, 5 cents and 10 cents.
A Few Handsome Canopy Parasols to be Sold at Cost.
An Elegant Assortment of Dress Goods in All the New Designs.
5 boxes Spring Flowcrs at Half their Actual Value. g
To close out, Five dozen Ladies' Untrimmed Hats.
Another Lot Glass Ware Just Received.
As space does not p)ermit, I will only mention &- few of the many decided
>argains which I have to offer to the trade. This is one of the op rtu.
uities wh)ichlrarely present themselves. You can save from ten to fiten
er cent, by giving my stock tn inspection before buying elsewhere.