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WI* R4091AUr, JUbre 17. : aIB
V. .V3AA PA 14 S. nmioa.
.IZy'A & '.CPNLDS, AocATIT E3toa.
TiE DMoORArS OP ILLINOIS HAV
Opened th -catupaign with a boom
Their convontion coitained six huim
t'ed and forty sefen 'delegates. A
00oi as the 0onVenltioni was declare(
ready for business, every delegt
sprang to ile feet shouting for Lyina
Trumbull for governor. The scon
was one of wildest excitement. Judg4
Trumbull endeavored to allay th
confusion by nominating General 1L
B. Parsons. The delegates heard bin
throusrh rospoetftlily, but as soon a:
he sat down ronewed.their shouts foi
Trumbull. General Parsons rose au
Pald that Trumbull was the man- tc
lead the Democrats to victory, a)(
amid tremendous cheering the nomi.
miationi was made by acclamation
Parsons was chosen for lieutenant
governor by acclamation also, and at
exceptionally strong ticket was com.
pleted. Trumbull was one of the Re
publican Senators who joined the
Greeley moveinent and was thereupom
shelved by his party. He has shice
acted wit I the Democrats. It i8 though
that owing to the squabbles inl the liRe
publican party of the State and i
Chicago, the Democrats may bc
able to throw Illinois in the doubtfl
coluiInu-1 r Ovided the Ci unati nomi
ationis be wise.
Poor Garfli-ld has already discoverei
tat, the Iead hat even prospectivel)
Wears the crowin rests uneasy. Scarce
ly'lhad collgratulations' Ceased pour
iig iu onl hi from every side, wheti
the opposition papers began the task
of ventilating his past record. Tw<
episodes in his career, once alinos
forgotten, are now in the months o
every oneq On1e was his connectiol
with the Credit Mobilier fraud, the
other his acceptalince of a large muml) ol
money for helping a job in the shapi
of a paving contract to pass througl
Congress. As many of our readerE
are unacquaiitedi with the particular:
of these altirs we will give then
WV hienl (lhe Pacific Road was fit course
of construction its directors, isteud
of letting the work to outside parties
organized themselves into a coipaiv
called the Credit Mobilier, and as di
rectors of the road coitracted witi
theimselves as members of the Credit
Mobilier to build the road at anl enor
mous cost. They received about fifty.
million dollars for doing tienlty-1ive
million dollars' worth of work. Il
order to have Congress favorably dis
posed to them they pe'rsu1aded a num
ber otf Congr'essmen to Lake shares an(
to pay~ folr lthem out o1'f lie dIividends(
Wheiin thie fraudt wats diAcovered, a
Oakes Ameir' imemora timbim book was
Congessumn, aimotng themn James A,
. Garfield, hadi' nominlally puriichaie.1
shiares iln the Credit Mohiiller, and haul
.dirawni dividIends. T1hie par value ol
Garfield's shanres was t we thousnd
dollars, anud his div idends. were twc
thousand three hundred and fiftv-nine
dollars. Garfild bitterly deniied al
first ever havinag had anything to d:
with the fraud, but the books showedc
tht lie had drawn three hundred an(
twentyv-ninie dollars in cnsh, lie thier
fought the examination and pretendei
thant lhe had borrowed the money
Colfax w~as caught in pr'ecisely thc
raime t.ralp, and wats left at home b)
the people. Gaiel returned to Coin
* ~ gress, but by a majority redluced fron
ten thousandi down to two thousand.
The other fraud Is thus chairge d
Sever'al years ago, when the Shepher<
ing wee bankuptinug Washaington by
the erectien of' magnifIcent streets am
p)avemients, a main fraom~ Chicago
niamed'( D)e Golyeri, had a patent for
pavement, which lhe wished Congr'es
to use. Garfield was then chairmai
of the committee of applroprmiations
and lhe was p)aid by De Golyer fivn
thiouisanid dollars. A letteir fromn oni
of the firmn at the time states tha
valuable work that afternoon had beei
done with Gairfild. As a Congress
man lhe puIshIe<t the measur'e thriough
When deCtected, Gared 10(1swore tha
he got the fee simply as an attornecy
But the qunestioni imnmediaitely arise
what legal ser'vices did lie rendeir foi
that money ? Both these charges ar~
very' serious, and it i's contilentli
urged that they are true. If so, Gau'
fildh will have a hiard fight, wi th all th'
clhanices ag:ais his elect ion.
'.l'haese alleged nem wereme commnitte<
years ago, wheni Garfleld was by n'
meanas thle imporan t personage lie I
no.wi, aind the story hiad almost beel
forgotteu, when the electric light~ of.
nomination revealed all the dar'l
places of his past life, Hie is anothe
instance of the fact that one's sini wi]
find him out. Ills friends have bmll
gled his defence very badly in Washi
ington, anid lie hias b)e'en sent foi' t
conie himself anid clear' his~ rCcordA. a
wvellI informed corre'spondenit savs t hi
the Rlepublicanis are already becoin
apprehensive about the per'sonnel <
- the ticket. It shows signs of wvea1
--According to thei Snake Poise
Conmmission of' Calcutta, in 1875 27
000 snakes and In 1876 213,371 sanak<
'iere killed ini India But thie snakm
killers did not have it all their owv
way ; for in 1875 the snakes and oth<
iIld animals kIlled 21,000 meon ami
16,000 ini 1876. This, hiowever', Is im
a full lIst, nnid our readei
e 'i add as many to the numtber as the
Some Accuetor the 061 0onnement ik
. er.Oase-rThei Grtaduadlag 8utasu.
toak AN OedAR6N4 !oIRUMPONDUNT. j
OHALOrT, N. U."'J.1n4e 12.-'4he
I.. commenconont exercises of the Caro
-lina Milliary Institute began on Sun.
day, June Oth, with the excollent ser
mon of the Hev. Dr. Harding on the
text, "1s the young man, Absolon,
The amiual exaintinatloi of the class
es havintg been concluded, the com
- iencenoit exercises came oil' Friday
S evening. The chapol, of the Iistitute
iwas filled with an ippecitive audience.
After prayer by the Rev. J. K. Mason,
Cadet ). W. Ebaugh, of Charleston,
a S. C., delivered the salutatory address
e I es. Then followed, according to the
3 programnme, the orations of the second
class and of the graduatintg class. The
Superiitendent iLconfiried certificates
of graduation of upon Cadets D). V.
Ebaugh, S. C., and J. L. MeLaurin,
After the annual address before tle
corps of cadets, by Maj. C. Dowd,
Cadet McLaurin delivered the usual
valedictory addresses. The benedic
tion of thN clergyman ended the scene.
This occasion closed the seventhi an
nual sessi.' tills Institute, founded
by Col. J "1mas, October 1, 1873.
and malm .. him as an iidiv,idu
al enterprise. .1s success is due to
Sonth Carolilna---more thal nine-ienths
of the cadets froinl abroad havinig beenl
from South Carolina.
The Institute has sevenateen names
on the roll of' its grIladuaes. It has
educated to a greai(er or less -extenll.
about three lii Ildred anlid t wei v-live of
the youth of Nor-11h Carolina, Souti
Carolina, C Golrgia and Florida. Ut has
imilliainand its staal(lard ald Imlore thanl
rvalizecl tile expectations of* its founder
and its friends. S. C.
A f'ook of Pom1 .
To-day I fotnld ill a drawer,
Where I 1111d 1101 looked fo6r years,
A voltime of little poems;
And ily eyes grew blind with tears
As I turndi the vellow pages
r And foudl 8omeic <itisies dead,
That marke(d the last sweet pocin
My darlinlg ever rel.
low well t Caln rellellber,
That art'ei'ooi il Mav,
We saw (lie while sailed vessels
Go saililg down the bay;
And our ships went, sailin'g outward
As far as ships coul lbe1
iBound for tle Car-ollf islaid
iI love's enchanted sea.
Sie read ile t his qjallt, sweet poem,
11er little had11(l inl I e,
1 can hlar the sobbing ocean
A lsee the L hiu waives shine
And like some dremn of, sorrow,
The years have passed mway,
And I ii by her sidle againi,
This afternoon in 'May.
I look ill her eyes .anld listen .
To her voice )sooft aId sweet,
As her lips this strange, sweq flieN
Of the poet's brain repeat,
Aild I hink hInt love is a -oem,
So) 01(1 and1 yet so ne(w
The sweetest otf al l)poeuS
To t hose who make it truc.
A h ! but1 thie poemil is enlded(
I The beat'if1ul drte2ama is done !
The thiarest flowecrs are thle f'railest
0' a1l1 llowe'rs uder the sunl.
My book of lif'e has its p)oaems,
And the .sweetest, poeam I here
Is the mtemory of nay dlarlino
Safe~ whlere'the an'gels tare.
PUX:;orsr P~~laaan.lis.-The folbw
iigechoice extraacts frotm late letter's
tfrotm Precsidctit I haves to Gen. Chaester'
-A. Arthur, thle Rlepullicillanlominiee
for thle VriC.cresiene, will be readc.
"You hauve made the cnstom-htouse a
centre of' pa rtlsana polit ical inanaige
ment."-R1. B. Ilaves to Collector Ar
thuir, ,January 31, 1870.
"Withi a deep sense of my obliga
tions under the constit~utiona,'I regard
it as imy phtant dut y to suispetnd you ill
order that tile otile max' be honestly
adiistered."--1. B. I1ai~ es to Col
lector Arlbutr, Jaaauarv 31 , 1879.
'"Gross abuaises of' adinllistarationl
have cotatianued andc incereasedl durlIimr
Iyour inicumbeacy."-~Johni Shermaua to>
Collector' Arthur, Jlanuarv 31, 1879.
"'Persoais have beea regulaarly p)aid1
by you wh'lo have rendered little or no0
service ; thte expenses of' your oflice
have itncreasedl, whilo its reeeipts have
diminished. Bribes, or gratuities in
thle shlape of' bibIes, have b)een retceived
by your subordianates in se.ver'al
branches of thae custom-house, tad yon
have in 110 case supported the effort to
correct these abuses."- Seeretary Slier
nnin to Collector Arthur, Janlmary 31,
'-It is at curions fact niot generally
knowna thaat at a certain poinat in th'e
Uppler Cohimbia, close to the waiter's
edge, t he tineC sandi is conit inually t rav
cling upl streliam ill one eterindIl)pro
-cession. TPal k of thie great aurmly of
XAerxes on thle mlachi--what was t thiat
to the mai d bi(at talionas thant pace (lie
n1r1e of' 1 the tm i'itv r'iver ? In comn
p:ai''i a ila thie these tianv tra veler's
whl a u,"hle "'leaves of' the forecst
w liena suunnerca is urreena?"' T1his snad
is be.intg coat tinauaillIy wuashied aish ore,
and ais the watetr falls aiway with the
deaiit h of' Ihe season it drvies, is taken'i
nyli by (the windls, carried back utp
stra'cm, as blown into the waiteri anid
anakes aniot'ler Vvyaige, and1( So thle
Swor'k of tranuisportationi back and1( forthi,
by land atnd by sea, goes on forevetr
r and( ever.
I -Froim anl article wr'it teai by Georg~e
- Ticknor' Curt is andc lmbillishied' in thae
y says the Wor/,'d, "'that Presidenit Lint
coin saivedl his par'ty byV his cour11se to
ward Genteral McCilihm. I lad (Gen..
t. eiral McClellati beein reiniforced, as lie
deservyed to be, aiid as imil itar'v urit ies
f agree thaat heo ought to have been, ait
- lI arrison's Bar'. thle wvar would in all
humnani probabilhity' have baein br'ought
to ani end( two years earuilier' tItan it.
actually was, anid nothinag coil d have
n pr'evenited the election of the ictotri
-otis younig General on a ('onsera'iutive
Unin platformn to the Presidecy'l(~."
- -Why let your baby siuffer' aind per
ha Ips die, when a bottlhe of I >r. Bll's
SBaby Syrup would at once relieve It
t and'effect a cure. Price 25 cents a
y *-Subscribe to TH'uE Nvws .an lInu.
)ouiauiistc fIbth-a paper m11
--The bakor's toornIng cry Is a ro
-The weather is settled. At lent
-The caroer of the uns,16cossf\
dramnatist-"Ail wor-k and( to play.11
-The politictin's doom follows IIaIIr
Upoll his boomn.
-Of all sutmer clothing the stra,
hat is at the head.
-Ilo told1 her- to Pot her day,1- ani
hlie Sator I-day f or0. Weddin't (1.'
-Ciricussos nover, wiit to -take
town by storm. They )prefer clen
-A Nevada paper promises to stit]
Port file pirty that will adopt the To
Comm einiSiits its a platt01-m1.
-Man calinlot aidd onle cubit to III
own statire, but lie ctuit make a hors
-Gent lemn1'S coats are Iworn short
or this season than ist; but it takes it
long to got t hem.
-Evil comlIititilentionm Corrut -0go
inanners uiless spotled inl time by thi
-1. Toldytuso is on3e of thle mlos
knowing 3im in tie Cotlmtry, thow
to be siro he is a little late.
-The jockey lvans on a 2:10 gait.
ioston Transeript. And the eidi
datte leanls lin aldelegate.-VindcImna
-At 31 a11ilwv station: ''What tim
does (lie trainc go?'' 'Toward night.
"Wha1t ltme does it arrive?" "Towar
--Freckles are not so bad. It I
,aid thallt. onle (ir1l does not. ol>ject t
secinlg them oil 110her girl's Vhee.
-Ai English prolfessor of wilzin
says I hat tihe best. rule is "lsprinl ll(
Molide." P11cke advises: "PrateliM,l nla
an orange peel."
-It lie goven'mIllenlt wislies to kee
Colored Cadets olit of' trouble it sholi
plailt, At terme pa011 I?Itche.; at 'Wes
-Sail Soda vats sent to the work
house f1r telling a lie to (he olleer, anm
fryig to Solt-soap tile judge after
-Wheni (lie publishers dress theil
beaulitifu1 nmew books il blue and gOl'
they- cano expect them to be red.
-Dudley 111k has composed at IINI
eong entitled "The proposal." It i
prwobibly written in the key of' "B
--The Jilps studfy political econlomy
Ahi, yes; we knowm what thit is. Fii
dollhirs directlY to Ohe voter is wortil
$2> speit oil fireworks.
-It is only I he feinale mosquito tha
bites, blt Whenl at manl gets a111111nce ((
bel le with a1 (lwel, lie's goinllg to d(
it witholl ISopping to inq(uire is "e
-Sone one expresses (le sui-pris,
lhat (le very pret Iy and aiiitable MIle
M. doesn't 31&1arry. "Oh," aNyS Ih
Counsess de Is., "shw can fhid 'plentll
of1 huisbands. The (itlilit v is to th3
-It. is ain1outiled Ilhat (he0 1,frtcoml)
ing voltimeip ol the "EIlelvClopedih
Blritanniicat" will extend ti-onil;o t(
"Il." 11. is a lively volume that start
10111 tie word go.
-The young Eitglinai just ove
reads to his wife the hlading 'Ira 11iU.
pou)11dsT ill ten dalys," an id remnarked
"'1Iexcetllenit waiges, I hat, Mary-."
-Mis.s Kate1 FieIld defenOds the La,
dies' Con-oper'ative Driess ASSOciaIl11
nii a letter3 to (he Tr'ji/no. [l1t wvh
youngi" wyolimni w ho screatned becausi
hiei felowII didl 131o kiss heir?
-A briide of' a mlonith weit to a mar13
r'ied ladyk of' ai quarter1 3' ait yea anll133
said: "My dar(Ilin1ig sars. 11hat1 woe1C
other1, "hle is i oly ..01 itding 130un13
wait iiuitil lie rea1ches5 ad1jectives."'
-Elder Sister-"'WhaIt 3111 thle cool
say wh'len youi 11old hier Ithat the chil
drenOi di11b't like the sonp, LUiddy'.t
lIi(lddv-"Sure, Ithen, anld whalit 'n'd(1
he bhit 13er snuf311 1that dropped in), amil
shle thought the0 childer'" 'u:1 b'tavei
wats plipperi!" 9
- A 1lazy man wi. go uip abhout lh
lak(es of'31iinne3sota for 11h0 summiier
and1( claim hat (111le hats nolt (in13_ to se33
even a1 posta1 l ard to) (dear fi'ienlds a
1h011n1, and1( yet lhe w-ill go oul. dayi art'e
ii.ty and drocp ai line 1o fishes who lov'
hibi)ts muen fromi secl'.ding whlen in
dullgin3g in (lie ''llowin~g howl'" ha1
been11 ini operat1 ion sinlce Ithe first. of thi
inonlIh, an:d al1realdy thle dealers are' bt)
g'u333 ng In feel Ih loss105 of cuistomn.I
C3ambruidge', wvhere lher'e ar3e so) inan
ha-dhf'ul col leg'e boy-s, trd has(1 111ublle'
ol't illy pCI' cenlt. l1asement saloomi
with IiIlie h ar' well hack Iri'o Ih 1st 1reel
con13nnanu d a high r'enti, heCause5 th
compu)ilsor.v reOinovalt of Ithe s'3ceem
cur'tainus, ,(ltained glass, etc
tiromi the windoIlws 11oes 131t, eIxpolSe th
uitesi11. Why~ (lie la1w should Ioo
wvithI especial l'avori on he PII o'cloc
i nile clear, but1 it. does. I )ealers en1
keep the0 bidls d1own and the1 i screen i
upaIll) 1 t31 iies ex cept f'roma mlidn3ighltt
't a1. Iii., al13d Oil 8u3(lIays,
-T'he re'iilts of' a f'ormal trial of' Ih
ing~I a l aic sw ater repelhmtOS are3 r'<(l'
porte'd .1o beC most1$11 533 atseloryV. Th'l
mventor103, Air. Iaie' l 31 3,amb, a1 Ci
nai1mi, has sui(c0ceded in dliscrinliI
wh'lat is 1now termeld "'Neplni31e,"'
subhslac heldC1311 ill sol ut.ioii for' it
purpose05 of' 'l1 trainig silIks, wiolemlII
coltonis, teatIhers, paper,l'I leathler' an1
oIlher',ma11terIils, and1( rendring'i3 the:
proll)'o~i gam1 d111n1ynless, mide anC 13
mo3t1hs. Thell 3nature3 of' Ithe solutionm
suchi tha33 chIl fib)re is sturl ald I'l n11
('0 olle withm ai thin, elaistic and11 13 imp
vlius coalting, ' hlieh is both I coloie'
andii dles'l's. Ciipita118listsiae bough
brinlginig thle process5 befocre Ithe publi1,
Dll IN 11:ts Cii, i1.-Alichaeil M
Closkey-, on3ce at lopular 1 land1111lord a33
restarauteurC11I ill Urook)lynIV, N. Y.. con
blowing out1 his brins333 'with a pisto
ie haeoe d131hI'03C(espondenC3t bieaulsl 4
hoiniess reCverses. le wats one of' Il
goldi hunterCis ini the0 early (days of Cal
f'oriai, and3( mad(1 at 'large fortun
which lie subhsCeuently lost.
F~Ol1 COT'TY CO)31IlSSIONICit
M3fr'.s. JI4irs: Theo frieunda of WI:]
lAM A11KEN. Es. respeenl.l1 annou3
hliman' <auhdilato for ('oariLy (Comm
stonrr l at.0 e ensuing electioni, su1bject
the result of the0 D'emocratic p)rim3aries.
-. -- Non-rux-W ES'P.nu FArI' mr.n,
I-lny your' sub.script 1013.
LI In the old place any longer It's
tod small. Not half large enough
r .ler our family. houshold goods and
trade, thei efore we shall break camp
V July 1, next, 14nd establish new mu1
sical headqualmh in the hundsomo
It X,h mv ouble StQo
COi. CONG It E,8S & W111 ITAKER STS.
Whore wo shall li ive the largest
and finest Musical Warerooms in
the entire South. Before we go,
We must, to savo 'hoavy expenso
- and labor of removal, closo out our
i entire stock of Pinoa and Organs
now on handl and to arrive prior to
July 1. To do this wo shall inau
gurato forthwith a
GRAND CLEARINM OUT SAIZ,
Commening iMay 15 and onding
July 1, during which time we shall
s sell at Manufacturers' Wholesale
10 Favorite Pianos.
t 27 Chickering Pianos.
21 L:ghte & Co. Pianos.
. 50 Miatlushlek Pianos.
5 11Hallet & . Da.is r ianos.
- 62 Southern Gem Pianos.
28 Guild, Church & Co. Pianos.
44 Sterling Co. Organs.
100 Velonbvt & Co. Organs.
110 Mason & 1ia1nin Organs.
All new and just from factory. Also,
100 Second bfand Pianos and Or
gans. Most ill of thei used only
iromon tv six 0 months and Precisely
as good is now.
tONT .N I MiSS THIS CHANCE
- To securre a fine instrument "awful"
cheap. Writs for Clearing Out Sale
Circulars vnd Piico Lists, and 0
quick about it. The salo ends July 1
LUDDEN & BATES'
WNholesale 'iano and Organ Dealers.
I y 22
- T 0heefore we takm pleasure in an
nouncing to onr friends and1 enIfs
Itomers that we have made a great
Ireduct ion in lo ices of our1 stock. We
are dleterminued never to be
Wae 11il give our customers at sp3
cl)benefit by ofl'ering great and
iCalicos, M\uslins. Swiss, and all
kinds of White Goods for summer
.GREALTLY RIEDUCED PPICES.
Suitings, Linen Buntings at groat
-- ly~ redcelICd Prices.
atCottonades. Jeans and Cassi meros
Jutreceived a new lot of Ladies'
Misses' and Children's Slippers.
A new invoice of Gents' Scarfs,
Neckties and Summer Underwear,
which will be sold cheap.
s WHITE ADCOLORIEDSHIRTS.
MOSQUITO NET TING !
MOSQUITO NET TING !!
a Thani Ever ini Embroideries, Ho
:1 siery, Notione, etc.
1 CLOTYLHING, ETC.
IWe nowv have on hand a full stock
of lotig,. Boots, Shoes, Hats and
G- nts' Furnisinig Goods dive u
a call b'efore buying elsewhere and
: .P. IADLEIR & BR.
MEATS-FOOT Oil, Linseed Oil,
1 Olive Oil, Castor Oil (cold
o pn.essed), Castor Oil (common), Cod
~. Liver Oil-pure, Scott's EmuuulsionI,
to ,Castor' Oil, lunuatlsion, readly for use inl
small boti les. Du ~eeo
F"or sale at tIheDrgSro
. W. F. AIIHEN.
-WTr TUE NEW STORE.
PDITIONAI, sUplies of. Pac'fo Perthshire, Ltttee, L-/co nnd VicOtrti twLIn, pot'ked Antd
Le,ce Pique, Hernani duth aluAUrcMs 1,111an4 Lace 131ID111gsi11rhits, all III Inow stmw, 1.0al
.rTI'INl I.LK RIBBOt), at TIN and '1 WENTY-FIVE UENTS, WORTH THRNIE
Our psirchases have Ieen inado UNFOR TIE T DAJ, WAVE IN ItIC.8 AND AFTSIt 1Tr1
SUSIofaEN08 and IIecocquetnce 011 pivY e good veife ()our eUstoner.t their patrouage.
The best assortnt, ot LACE GLOVES AN D M ITS. ht t It City.
WE 8FI STRJCTLY ."POlt CAH Si
DESPORTES & E DMVNDS.
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THIT
WE HAVE REMOVED
OUR ENTIRE STOCN OF CLOTHING, ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE
AMONG THE J3E3T IN THE STATE,
TO TE STO-RE R 1OOM IN REuR OF OUR
DRY GOODS .ESTABLISHMENT.
All Goods Guaranteed I
api 17 SUGENIEIMER & GROESCHREL.
F. ELDE,B & CO.
ESPEOTFULLY beg leave to inform the citizens of Winnsboro an<t
. surrounding country that they are now in receipt of their Spring and
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE.
CLOTHING FOR EVERYjbODY.
STRAW AND FELT HATS.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN.
NOTIONS IN PROFUSIO1N
AND L1NEN DUCKS.
All our Goods aro fresh, new and pretty. We -will take pleasure in
exhibiting our stock to any and every one. GAve us an early call.
OUR GROCERY STORE
Is full and complete as it always is. Prices and Goods guaranteed. Bo
sure to come to see us, and you will certainty get- your money's w~or Ii,
WINNSEORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOOD.S, AND MILTLINERY
pOODS are now open and rceady for inbpoetion, and ]ldies~ wviiH do we!
'Jto cll1 and see the best selected and largest stock of Millinery over
brought to this market.
Domestics, Straw and Chip Goods, French Pattern Hats,
Calicoes. Feathers, Laces, Nets, Lawns, Muslins.
WVhite and Colored Piq1ues, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corsets. Gloves, Notions, Hosiory, Lace Bonnets Ruching,
Belts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fichus, Tries and everything generally
found in a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery Establish -
mont. You can get all you want as reasonably as samo goods cani be bought
anywhere. Always on hand a
Of Shoes for Men, Ladles and Children. Men's and Boys' Hats. All kinds
of Family and Plantation Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., &c.
Another large lot of thme popular newv Davis Sewing Machines. .Evory
family should have.one. No one should be without it. Call and see the
range of work it will do. I sell it on its own merits.
april J. 0. BOAG,
GR EAT DERECIATION
1T HE latest news my mail and cable brinlg is the tidings of depreciation
ii all the loading hines of merchandise. And as I purpose keein
up with the t,imes, I will offer my entire stock fari belowv last wveek's quota.
tions. This is a rare op>portunity to parties wvishing to buy goods for cash.
25 pieces Calico at 0 cents, reduced from 8 cents.
103 pieces Calico at 7 cents, reduced from 9 cents.
500 pieces Calico at 8A cents, reduced from 10 cents.
100 pieces Printed Jaconets at 9 cents, reduced from 12}. cents.
20 pieces Pique at 9 cents, reduced from 10 cents.
1') pieces P'ique at 15 cents, reduced from 20 cents.
50 pieces Cottonades at 15 cents, 20 cents and twenty-five cents--far
belowv their present value.
50 piceos chocked Homespurns at Factory Prices.
5 Bales Domeetic Shirtings and Shootings cheaper than over.
15 pieces New York Mills ( Shirtings at 8 cents.
800 dozen Fans at 8 cents, 4 cents, 5 eents and 10 cents.
A Few Handsome Canopy Parasols to be Sold at Cost
An Elegant Assortment of Dross Goods in All the New Designs.
5 boxes Spring F?lowvers at Half their Actual Value.
To close out, Five dozen Ladies' Untrmed Hmus.
Another Lot Glass WVaro Just Received.
As space (1oes not permit,I will only mention t. few of the many decided
>)a;gains which I have to offer to thme trade. This is one of the oplotu.
nlities whieb rarely p)resent themselves. You can save from ten to fteo
per cent. by giving my stock an inspetion before buying elsewhere.
Leader'of Loy yh~~
WINES AND LIQUORS
G REAT VARI ETY.
WOULD most respectully Inform
m custoniers and the citizens
fleld generally, that I keep In stock v
full supply of fine Liquors, Cl.rar,
Tobacco, &c., &c., and guarantec
satisfaction to any ono giving me v
trial. My stock consists as follows;
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNAC
BRAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISKEYS.
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MOR1INO DE MORA SHERRY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. h. MUMM & CO.'S ItHEIUM
GENUINE RHINE' WINE.
I)OKM ST IC LIQUOJIs.
SARATOGA PURE RYE WHIS.
NATITAN'S 1863 CABINET IYl
STRAUSS' IMPE1 R1AL RYE WILLS
KEESE'S "OWN" RYE WhISKEY,
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
CELEM IATED PFEI FFE. E. RYE
KENTUCKY BOURBON W1I1S
PLANT.ATION RYE WIIISKEY.
VIRGINIA AlPPLE AND PEACH
NORTH CAIOLINA SWEET MASH
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYS.
NEW E.NGLAND RUM.
FRENC E'S "BOSTON'' GIN.
VE'Y FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
RlO?FE 4A11DE WINES.
1KEG DRYSOIPElNONG WINE.
1 KEG SWEET SCUPPERNONG
1 KEG SWEET CA TAWBA WINE.
BERGO ElI & ENGEL'S CELEBRAT
El) LAGERI IEERI ON D)lLAUGHIT
BASS & CO.'S IMP'ORTED ALE.
P'URE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATURAL APPOLONA
SIS W ATER.
CIGARS AND~ TOBACCO,
R.IAPSODY-A STRICTLY TEN
CENT CIGA R.
TrH E PRIME MINISTER CIG AR-3
FOR 25 CENTS.
TIHE P'UCK C1IGAR-3 FOR 25
THLE CORONET CIGAR-3 FOR 25
TIlE SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR 25
TIHJE SMASHIERI CIG A R-5 FOR 25
TIlE LIGIITNING CIGAR-5 FOR
TIHE MIONARCHI OF THlE SOUTU
CIGAR-5 FOR 25 CENTS.
THIE M ASTERB STROKE CIGAR-S
FOIR '25 CENTS.
TIHE AMERICAN TWINSq CIGAR
5 FOR 25 CENTS.
TUE COSTA RICA CIGAR-3 FOIR
TILE ROYAL REATL CIGAR-fl
FOIR 25 CENTS.
TIHE ROSE AND LILY CIGAR-1(
PORL 25 CENTS.
TILE IIAVANA CIIAROOTS-4
T. W. BLACKWELL'S SMOKINC
SUMYIERi RE VERAGES,
TI1E BEST MIXED BEVER1AGEE
0OF 'THE SEASON SERVED
AT ALL HOURS OF
TIlE D)AY, TO dUIT THlE MOS'J
REAR 1F TOWN hrALL.