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TOWN AND COUNTY,
HATURDAY. July to, z a - 1884
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Winnsboro Publishing Company
Witinsboro, S. C.
Closing Out -F. Elder & Co.
Building and Loan Association-D.
R. Flenniken, Secretary.
Mr. R. D. Bollek sends us a fully
matured boll of cotton nearly ready
The drought is breaking up over the
whole cunty. But the early corn is
generally gone. Much ef it will
not make a bushel to the acre. Cotton
is healthy but small.
A heavy hail storm visited the
Waterce section last Monday. During
the drought Dutchnan's Creek was
perfctly dry, but on Monday evening
ateIr 1he railk it is. said to have been
higher thia it had been before in
A severe hail and rain storm passed
below Ridgeway on Thursday after
noo1. Mr. W. 8. Robinson says his
cotton was literally stripped of its
leaves, while corn blades were torn
into shreds." He reports that the Rev.
, U. M. Porter's crop was also injured.
What other danage was done is not
PERSONAL.-Capt. 11. A. Gaillard
.and Mr. J. F. McMaster returned to
Winnsboro on Wednesday, after a
tour of saveral weeks on business in
Arkansas. They report a linc country
there,'but great scarcity of labor.
Taken all in all South Carolina has
many advantages to counterbalance
those 'f .other States.
Messrs. F. Elder & Co. are offering
great inducements to cash buyers of
all classes of goods in their line. In
spring and summer goods especially,
they propose to give great bargains
selling these articles at cost. Pur
chasers with the ready cash will find it
to theirInterest to call at Messrs. El
der & Co.'s establishment-which w'ill
be found well filled with a great varle
Jy of merchandise.
CL.osE oF ScIfOOL.-Mount Zion
* chool closed on Wnednesday for . the
summer vacation. Written examina
tions and oral reviews ini the several
grades had been had for several . days
previous and showed a very satisfac
tory advancement in tihe pupils. The
last day was devoted to geography
uand spelling matches between the dit
ferent grades and a c.ursory review in
other branches. The whole conclud
ed with some voluntary declamations
by several of the pupils. "The Charge
of the Light Brigade," by Fitz McMas
ter; "Patrick Henury's Address," by
Allie Gaillard; "South Carolina Dur
ing the Revolution," by David Aiken ;
"The Quarrel of Brutus and Cassius,'
by Hlartie Wolfe and Jake Gerig ; and
an amusing dlialogue by David Flem
ing and 'Alber-t Gerig, showving the
different ways in which "Brudder
Bones' Gal Killed Hier-self." A fter this
the principal in a few remarks dismiss
ed the school and made a hunudred and
sixty souls happy.
BAsE BALL.-On Wednesday after
nloon a match game of base ball wvas
played On the College Green by twc
junior clubs, the P'alnaettoes and the(
Athletics. Both clubs were in full
uniform, thme Palmettoes In white caps,
white shirts, blue pants and str-ped
stockinags; the Athletics ini white caps,
blue shirts, white pants and blue stock
'Ings. Owhing to the dlisplarity in size
the Athletics were allowed fiftecen
runs In the nine innings. The gamen
was called at four- o'clock, Mr. 11. II.
MbcMaster acthmig as umnpir'e, andr thet
Pahmnettoes ait thme bat. Tihe weather
was outrageously hot, but iabumbellas
nd trees gave the requisite shade to
tile spectators, while the p)layers seem
ed not to care,wvhether the thermnome
ter stood at fifty or five hunuudred. T1he
game was gallantly contested and thle
A thletics showved both skill and pluck.
But their op)ponlents werec too heavy
for thema anid gradually lessened tile
gap at the start, anmd fimnlly forged
ahead. The most interesting innings
were the third, fourth and fIfth. Ina
the thir'd botnh sides were whlitewashmed.
In tihe fourth the Palmnettoes scored a
vredb wi tewashing th Athletics.
At the end of' the ninth Inning the
scone stood thirty-six for the Palmet.
toes anid twenty-one for the Athletics,
Trhe shouting that followed this an
nouncemnent showed that ther-e was
plenty of breath left on both sides. The
score was as follows:
0 . RI. 0. R.
O . Bric.e, 2 5 .J. Cathcart, 8 1
Q.villIford, 3 3 A. G4allhard, 2 2
W.Snith, 3 4 ,J. Ger-ig, 80
J. Elliott 4 -4 N. Hanahan, 8~ I
C. Gladden, 1 6 D. Aiken, 1 1
C. Connerm, 1 3 RI. rImce, 2 1
M. Doty, .2 3 F. McMaster,4 0
W. Gail lard, 5 1 J. Gilbert, 3 ,0.
J, Eehght, '8 4 J. DaviA, 3 0
HI. Elliott, 8 E6 G. Worthy, 8 , 0
Total 27 86 | Total 27 6
To thQ.gore of the A thletie the fif
.teen.ali6Wd them should be added.
A Gratty 11G erease In'the P0pulatto,
. Fairneld County.
Tho roports of tho different consi
enumerators have been filed with tl
clerk,of the court. The following
the-aggregate for the county, compar(
i with the Federal census of 1870 at
the State census of 1876:
Townships. 1870. 1875. 188
No. 1 2,286 2,004 2,41
No. 2 2,169 1,013 2,81
No. 8 1,600 1,931 2,41
No. 4* 1,554 1,689 1,6
No. 6 932 1.184 1,)
No., 6 1.120 1,157 1,6
No. 7* 1,280 907 9(
No. 8 '1,562 2,283 2,61
No. 9* 1,00 1,952 2,0
No. 10 1,059 1,132 1,2!
No. 11 1,280 1,810 1,64
No. 12* 1,266 1,646 1,8
No. 13 2,240 1,782 3,0
No. 14 - - -- 6
Winnsboro 1,124 1,398 1,5(
Totals 21,012 22,791 27,85
Increase over. census of 1875 5,o
Percentage.......... . '
Increase ovei returns of 1870 6,81
Increase over official aggre
gate (19,888)............. 7,9
* Part taken off to form towAshl
14. The population of No. 4 is give
exclusive of Winnsboro.
t Tho census of 1870 neglected t
add the population of Winnsboro t
that of No. 4, and this made the aggr<
gate only 19,888 for the whole cotint)
Both the census of 1870 and of 187
were inaccurate, The prosen
census has been taken with great car(
and may be relied upon. It shows
COME'NCEMEXT AT DUB WEST,
Closing Exercises of Erskine.College and.(
the Female Seininary-A Pleasant Thue.
[UEPORTED FOR THE NEWS AND HERALD,)
The commencement exercises c
Erskine College and of the Due Wev
Female College came off during laM
week, and from accounts received, 1
seems to have been one of the moF
successful commencements ever ha
by the colleges. The Rev. Dr. Jonei
of Pendleton, delivered the serimo
before the graduating classes of th
two colleges on Sunday morning, th
27th June, and in the evening th
students of the Theological Seminar
were favored with asernion by th
Rev. Dr. J. B. Adger, also of Pendk
ton. Both these reverend gentleie
being so well known and of such mi
questioned ability, any comment
upon their respective discourses woul
be entirely unnecessary.
On Monday evening following th
Philomathean and Euphemian Literar
Societies celebrated their anniversaric
in their respective halls in the presene
of select and appreciative audience,,
The exercises of each were varied an,
entertaining, reflecting credit upo
the students themselves, and at th
same time delighting their visitori
Capt. W. T. R. bell, of King's Moum
tainm, 1N. C., presided with grace an
dignity in tile hall of the Philomathi
ans,-anid Mr. Edward McCrady, Jr,
of Charleston, delivered the aninivoi
gary oration before the Euphemiana
The address is rgpresented, to hav
b)een a fine effort.
On Tuesday evening 'Lindsay Hal
was filled with a refilued and intel
gent audience who camne ho witnee
the annual contest in essay-r'eadini
and .declamation, between memb)er
ol'the junior and sophomore classe:
in these contests two memhers of eac
class are chosen by the Societies
represent them-the members of th
junior class reading original essay
and those of the sophomore class d<
claiming selected extracts. The priz
for the essay this year was awardedt
Mr. J. S. Moffatt, of Ohio, and for th
b)est declaimer to Mr. D. E. Walker, (
Chester, S. C.
Wednesday was comnmencement da
in Erskine College. It was the da
long wished for by the memberso
the graduating class as the climax c
their college car'eer-the crownvin,
event of the~ir lives and tlie throshholt
of a new and untried existence. Th
cap)acious haili was tilled to its utmios
capacity by a sympathizing and atten
tive assemblage of people from t.h
adjacent counties. The graduates al
acquit!ted themselves handsomely, aun
showed the thorough training and dia
cipline that had been brought bon
upon themi. Dr. Grier presente<
diplomas to th6 v'oung men of th
graduating class, and)ile Bacchalaur(
ate address wvas made in his usual win
ning and happy muanner. One of th
chief and most interesting features a
the dlay was thue anniversary oration
by Maj. Ilugh S. Thomipson, of Colum
bima. Major Thompson needs no intrc
dluctioni, and his address wvas one (
his best efforts. It was most highl
anid tavorably mentioned on all side
and by all who enjoyed the privile~
of hearing it. We'are unable to giv
an outline of the address, but hopet
see It published for the benefit of thes
who did not.hear it.
In the evening the allumnnm essay b:
Miss Nannie Stewvart, of Fairview, E
C., was r'ead, and Col. J. M. Thomi:
son, of Selmai, Ala., delivered th
Alumni address. After this th
medals were delivered to the success
fuul students of thme College, by Capi
WV. T. R. lBel, in an appropriate mai.
nier. Thus enuded another commenice
mont (day of Erskine College..
Thursday was the day for th
"sweet girl graduates" of the Dui
WVest Female College. There wer
quite a number of yoting ladlies in thi
gradluatinug class, each of whom hai
> repared an essay for tihe oceasion:
f le exercises weore Interspersed wit)
excellent miusic, both vocal alfd instru
mental, anid tihe young ladles sustainoe
the interest throughout thec entire da3
anid wvon the applause and admilratiol
of the large crowd that filled the hall
We are pleased to not ice among th<
graduates the namue of Miss Lois If
Douglass of this county. Thur'sda;
even ig was set apirt for the annum
reepltlonl in tihe Chapel of the F~emal<
Coilege. This is an occasion who1
the pupils of the twvo colleges ar
permit ted to muinglo freely together
when tihe,.rigi.d noW . intercourse rule
are relaxed, and whenu the tongue I
allowed to utter what tile eye has a<
often betrayed. It is a time than
brings the sweetest joy to some an:
the most bitter dIlsappointmient ,t
others-a season of ten..er adl.eus ani
regrntftl farewells. Fai.Ma ...
t'epresnted this year in tbe teniale
Coliege by Misses Lois E. Douglass
Nnfe Roddey and Johnute C. rice
and In Erskine College by Mlessrs,
36 William L. UoDouald and Christopher
lo S. Brice.
Is Altogether the occasion was one of
d the best in the history of the Colleges,
and the numerous coico.ise of people
evinced the est1i1nation In which thoy
are held in the surrounding comiini.
0, ty. The weather during tie first part
12 of the week was excessively hot, and
9 the dust unpleasant, but theso things
5 are of little moment when weighe4
In the balanco with the pleasures of
[6 the occasion and the unbounded hos
9 pitality of' the good people of Duo
0 '%Yost, Uay thy live Long annd pros.
13 ZERONT E TE8,
,0 x-Col. Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte
:7is ii New York.
io -Mariner Thompson will go out
10 West to see if the Pacific Ocean Is In
its right place,
5b -hlr. Bierstadt praises tile point.
- ings of the Princess Louise whoi he
- has beet visiting,
4 -Beecher told a Brooklyn Eagyle
2 man that lie loved the sound of a din
3 nor bell better than all other music.
2 -Wo learn front the New Haven
Regliser that Mime. Jananschek lin
7 packed her dialect and sailed for Eu.
p -It cost Sarah Bornhardt 144,000f
n to lose her temper. But shie wias so
very mad that she probably got her
0 -Tialivrand boasted that he never
0 wrote a letter and iever burned one*
Secrelary Sherman keeps his letters,
and has inam from his brother, the
5 General, sone) of them forty pages
-After an unbroken courtship of
thirty-lve years, two People were
a rricd at Newpoit, 1R. 1., last week.
The (iest.lon of where they shall spend
their evoijiigs raust already a4lict the
-A flne buildig is to be erected
f by Mrs. Fletcher Webster oil the site
of (lie old homestead, alt 1arshlileld,
Mass. The old chn which Webster
f valued so highly still stands, though
t the fire badly daiaged it.
t --M. DeLe-sseps calls King Leopold,
of tihe Belgiats, "a model king," be
eause lie has common scnse, and is not
t foolishly elated by his grandeur. lie
1l says: "lie is tihe mIlost intelligent
P iounarch I ever inet.
u -A newspaier up the Hudson sol
e elnnly annonlices that "the Rev. Mr.
SGreeuville and tie Rev. Mr. Staats
will exchange pullets next Sunday."
o Hous ther wL; considerable meiri
e -"The sight of a lightiig rod man
would bea novelty in Detroit," says
n ,the .'ee Press. From which it mal31y
be inferred that all the lighNinlg rod
men in Detroit are sightless--"go it
s blind," as it were.
.1 -Capoul complains in a letter to a
fiend in Paris, that lie foliund "Pina
0 fore" in America like the phylloxera
y among (lie vines in France. "Add to
s '1linafore' the immense lnentageries
a which inundate-Amerjca, andyou can
form some idea of what we had to
d contend against."
n The Marquis of Bute, who is sup
(e posed to have sat for tile portrait, of
;. Lothair in Beaconfield's novel of that
u- namie, recently visit'ed Jer'usalemi and
d liked the neighborhood so much that
lihe bought a house and grounds unear
,the Mount of Olives where he intends
-living whenever he wants to.
. -Bismarck was at his country- es
0 tate in 1870 talking' with his gardner
about tihe best sort of onions to plant,
w~hen a telegram was brought inm.
"One muoment," said lie, " mnust give
a instruct,ions in that Spamnis u business."
The "inistructions" lhus given brought
'5 on thie Fro.nco-Germanu war.
hi --There are noEv three Uebrews ini
0 Congress--Messrs. Jonas, Morse and
0 Emstein.1 In the House there are six
5 German Repr'esentatives, among whom
are Hecilman, of Indiana; Poehlier, of'
0 Minnesota; Muller, of New York, and
i) Deustor, of Wisconsin,
'B. AND L. ASSOCIATION.
I IR 65th regular inCtin or Uhe \vinus
vi boro nu di(ing and Loan Association
wlbeheld in the '1 owvn Hall on Monday even
ing the 1211.:ntat at, SX o'clock. Members wvill
aftr tof tem etnts per haeilb charged
D. R. FLENNIKEN,
Sjuly 10 secretar'y.
TO RIAIsE sUPP'LIEOS FOR TIlE MUNICIPAL
I 1EA R 1880--81,
r E Il ENCTEDand ordained by the
Inedant and Wardens of the Town
of Winnsboro, s.,c.; in Couneil-'met, and
by the authority of the same:
That, for the purpose of raising sup
plies for the year commnencing April lst.
C 1880, and ending A pril 1st, 1881, a tax for
fthe sums and1 in the manner hereinafter
,mentioned shall be raised and, paid into
the treasury of sai.l town for the use and
-service thereof, that is to say: two and'
f a half (2k) mills ad v:ahorem upon every
dollair of the real and personal property
Swithin the corp)oratc limits of the town of
a Winnsboro; two dollars ( ) to be paid by
e every male inhabitant of said town be
tween the ages of sixteen and fIfty years
(except fifty (50) nctive members of eahh
0 fire company) in lion of working upon
the streets of said town, and three (8) per
cn.upon the amount of all sales at aue
. ton.Al taesassessed and payable
- under this Ordinance shall be pald in the
e. foliwing kinds of funits .and no ether:
e Gold and silver coin, United States cur
rency and Natiobal Bank notes. All taxes
assessed herein, shall be due and payable
-between the 1st day of petober an d the
80th day of November, 1880, inclusive,'
-adaltxes remaining due and unpaid
or h (stlay of Decmbor, l180, shall be
0 colleted by distress,pr otherwise, as pre
o soribed by 1a,ogchr wvith all legal
e t.Alpersons owning propryn
0 the corporate limits of the said~ town 01'f
W ~inbsboro are required, between the 15th'
. day of June and thfe 1st day of Augusi,
l 88 I, to make a sworni return of
.said property to the Town Clerk, and the
said 'lown dilerk is hereby required1, when
p)ropert.y-holders fall or refuse tod make
said sworn return, to add fifty (50) per
i contamn to the return of the previo'.s mu
3 Done in Council this the 4th day of
Ji. no under the corporate seal of said
.i JAS. A. BRICE,
e june 8 Ulerk.
S T RON BITTEft8, Leibi 's Etract of
I icoef, Cod 'LiAer Oi, Congress
F 1or sale at Drug Store of
june 11 W. . AIKEN.
a --Pny your suhsc-ipn.
The friends of S.' WHMOTER YONGU
norpinate hin a candidate for the ofil
of heriff at the onsuing eleOtion--subjec
(6 the notioli bf-the Denlidoratio prinwarie
iessrs. Riors: Pleese anno 0 D
R. E. ELLION. JR., as a candidate f
Shoriff of Fairfield County, at the ens
ing elootion--subjoot to the action of th
Democratio primary, IANY F1IENIDs.
Tihe many friends of Mr. JNO. D. mc
CARLEY, recogoizing his peculia? Mitues
for the oflice, roxpotlly nominate hiii
for Sheriff of Fairfield County--uubjent t
tire action of the Democratio priluary.
Alesrs. dlors: As nouinations are i
order, permit us to present the name o
.)L. JNO. B. DAVIS as a candidate fo
Sheriff at the oiiing election, subjeet
of course, to the notion of the Demoorati
primaries. AMANY FnIENT).
Messrs. Editors: Please announce Mr
JAS. L ICiOND as a candidate fo
Sheriff at the ensuing elotion, subject t<
the action of the Democratic Clubs at t,
primaries, and oblige MANY FRIENDS.
JIessrs Eiors: Plealo allounce Mr
J. Preston Coopor as a candidate for thi
Domoratic nomination for sheriff at thi
coming election (subject to the docisioi
of the primary election) and oblige man'
friends in the
SOUTIWERsIn POnTION oP TnB COUNTY
FOR COUNTY COMISSIONER
Messrs. ]iHors: Please announeo Mr.
CHARLES DOUGIA118 as a candidate foi
County Commissioner of Fairfleld, sub.
loot the result of the Democratic primarv
Messrs. Editors: Please announce Mr.
J. E. POWE LL as a candidate for tie offic(
of County Commissioner at the onsuinE
elootion-subject to the action of the pri
mary election of the Democratic olubs.
The frionds of Capt. JOHN A. HIN
NANT respectfully nominate him for re
election to the ofilce of County Coinmis.
sioner- -subject to the result of the De.to.
Messrs. Editors: The friends of WIL.
IA11 AIKEN, Esq., respectfully announce
him a candidate for County Commi s
sioner at the ensuing election, subject to
the result of the Dernogratic primaries.
.esess. Mitor,s:Ploaso anonnen JAS
R. HARVEY, Esq., as o candidate for the
office of County Commissioner at the en -
suing election---subjedt to the action ol
the Democratic clubs at the primary elec
tion-and oblige hiA ,
Messrs. Bdilors: PlIase announce Mr.
H. M. ZEALY as a wi didate for the oflic
of County ComiissiOper at the ensuing
eloction.--subject ts the notion of tht
Democratic primary. MrANY FrIENDs.
Messrs. Bfilors: Please onnounco MIt
H. OSCAR D UKE as a pandidate for Count3
Commissioner at the ensuing election
subject- to the action of the .Denmocrati(
primary. MANY FBILLNDS,
The friends of Mr. JAMES W. COLE
MAN respectfully nominate him for th<
office of County Commissioner of Fair
field-subject to the action of the Demo
Me.ssrs. Editors: .Plea~se unnounoo MR
ROBERT D. BOUIOiK as a candidate to:
County Commissioner of Fairfield at th<
ensuing .election--subject to the notion o:
the Democratic primary.
The fribonn of Mr. James G Heron, o
Salem, respectfully nominate him for the
office of County Commnissioner at the en
suing election- -subject to the action o:
the Democratic primary.
FOR SCHOUOL COMMISS1ONIO
The friends of DR. JOHN BOYD, ap
preciating the skill, zeal and fideie
with which ho has discharged the dutiel
of School Canmissionrr, respiectfuall,
nominate him for re-election-subject tL
the action of the Democratic primaries.
The friends of the REV. JAMES DOUG
LASS respectfully nominate him for the
position of School Commissioner of Fair
ield County at the ensuing election.
subject to the notion of the Democratia
party at the primaries..
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Messrs. .1Mitrs:. Please anriounce th<
present incumbent, J. R. B3ovies, Judg
of Probate, as a candidate for' re-electio,
at the ensuing election, subject to the no
Lion of the Demnocratic..party at the pri
maries. By so doing you will oblige his
14 MANY FnIIENDs.
The friends of Tr. P. MITroHELL regart
him fitted to represent the county in Lhe
House of Representatives, and respectfulla
submit his name to the Democrats of
Fairfield for their action in the primary.
ROW WATCHES ARE MADE.
1t Will be apparent to any One, who will cx
amine a SOLID GOLD WVATou, that aside fron
the necessary thickne.ss for engraving ant
polishing, a large proportion Of the preciouts
metal used, is needed only to stiffen and ho1.
the engraved portions in place, and supply th<4
n cessary solidity andi strengt.h. The surpihu
gold is actual'y needless so far as UTILITY an.
beauty are concerned. In JAMES BOSS' PAT.
ENT GIOLD WVATCH1 CASES, this wASTE of pro,
clousttmetal is overcome, and the BAMs asoLIDIT1
AND STRENoTH produced at froin one-third t(
.one..hilf of the-usual cost of solid cases. Thiu
process is of the most simple nature, as fol.
lows: a plate of niokel composit,ion metal
specIally adaptedl to the purpose, has two plateo
of 80LID GlOLD soldered one on each side. Th'S
three arc then passed between polIshed steec
rollers, and the result, Is a strip of heavy plated
composit.lon, from which t,he eases, backs, cen.
tres, bessles, &e,. arc cut and shaped by suitas
ble dies and formnors. The gold in those ease
is auicientiy thick to admit of all kinds oi
chasing, engraving and enameling; the en.
graved cases have been carried unti l rntper,
feetly smooth by time and use without remov
lng t he gold.
TiS IS THE tONLYf CASE MADE WITHITW(
PLA TES OF HOLID GOLD, AND WAJRNANTEI
BY SPECIA L CEIRTIFICATE. .. .
For sale by Conner & Chiandler.un(l.c. Muller
Ask for Illustrated Catalogue and to ace wvar
rant.. mch 1l-tx1y
'CU LORtIDE of Limo, in convenlon
~.Jpackage , .Hostetter's Bitters, Hart
er's Tonic, Elixir of Calisaya, Tartari
Acid, Bismuth. Blucing, Liebig's Extrao
of Beef, Gargling Oil, Collodion, Quicl
Silver, QuinIne, Cret Tartar, Cod Live
Oil. Soothing Syrup, Hoyt's Cologne.
Just Receive. -
july 3 MeMASTER, PRICE & Co.
-Subscr'Ibe for the NEwe N
l"ATIANR BROS.' Old Cabinet IRye,
0, N 1863, Old Rloanoke WhisHkey, 1861).
t Also, Ilottordam lMrandy. Cold Ham for
- lunch from 11 to 1 P'%lock ovory d4y,
r I HAVE recently marde exton4lre addi.
Itions to my stu0c of Wines aad
' liquorm, which onwis)t of a full assort
l ment of 1yo Whiiskoy, Corn Whiskey.
. ronoh Bridy, Aplie Brandy, Peah
.Urapdy, Sherry Wino, boappernoug Wino,
lChampagne, eto , etc.
.50' I olaim to sAl the :P4NEST AND
PUREST RYE WHISKEY to be hid In
Winiborn. Give it a trial.
I also also k op on hand a fulsupply of
r SEGARS AND TO1AcCO,
i in great variety, and adapted to the ta4tes
Call at the PA'ETTO HOUSE, in the
Winusboro lJotel buildipg.
TO THE CITIZENS OF FAItFIMLD:
1 HAVE established a Sale Stable at
SWinnsboro, and am prepared to
sell stock stock oi very accouinodat
ing terms, either for cash or on time
until next fall for negotiable paper.
Persons wishing to buy or swap will
do well to call on me before purchas
I will also pay the highest cash price
CORN AND FODDER
Delivered at my Stable on Congress
Street, located one door south of the
A LARGE lot of Wheat Bran at
FINEST Tobacco ahd Cigars at
THIRTY-FIVE Barrels all grades
Wines and Liquors at Donly's.
FRESH Augusta Flour, Bolted
Mieal and Pearl Grits, at Donly's.
A LARGE lot of fresh Canned
Goods and Fancy Groceries at
ALL EINDS of Garden and
Flower Seeds, Clover and Grass
Seeds at Donly's.
BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, Hardware,
Crockery and Glasswvare, WVooden,.
' ware and Willowware at Donly's.
GIVE me a call and get a bargain.
apI 10 Onm the Corner.
Gray Fox Skins
i*r The highest cash prices w
eDB 1Wr1d. 0 v
K enls "fej ILOg.4
DR. WV. E. AIKEN,
DrThugs, M!edicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
MayneQ odsbugtbfoeth e
Lawns Drceiss indnhto Goodns.fe
in 1W)ds tebORNER liTORo it,er
cena pries~v wh~ticouich uarnte
las1 te ery doweot. as a prae. to
oCalf.early an i curstocker torug
Elcgsp elaO , i I rai r
Ou nck ssrt*of gerBoes' fsinhes
a~ s sp e a n arn Vt. oo
TioshooLs. ihigand low 1-osi, andu
to ses in ig aekwnd Glow es, ,
JTgoutnl. en faite. r, ocut, hoo
hands and mhin OwIed Sc'rowed
Even p,hoochildrenand babios were re
pleor w d ,htasom.sle
Call at ony and mko u sok atorough
Or sletionour iesur o utslo
froml g. sampolres. ~ i
Oar oc ofgan einl sotFer,' Hata, Sofs
Wartte and ofra Hts idw a
New goodes in hrockery, laswars, ndro
tonrsies Hoos hihP low o- s
Each deatmont' its. redlor au loo al
and band beclin pleaed.sewe.
Aagiere or Bhoie Clnolge; x
Toiet Poodrkery c, &c,s~r, HEAP
csT-hE, BRICE, &e CO
Boeh ur motgh isyUp, ALS
A Preslt fcherr Clo' ,Es .
tatsam fo,o t Lungs,
Toegoweman' Tolu and LivEA
PecoaSWie, Brwn' MixCur.
Aer's Lung Balsa, McLan ~es
t raic.e's Catral, Bouf -
Chlora o Ptah Lozeng,
ofy' Carbon ldoces
McLaneSmit'g HeLnge lbls
McMAsTER, .Ball's CO
Basp frth 24ns
Sbcribes tauh NeS nuff,
W3 PANNOT SIN THE OP
In the old place any longer It's
too small. Not half largo -ppgh
fer our faitnly, household goods and
trade, therefore we shall br9k camp
July I, next, and establish nw mu
sical hoadqunrtertj ift tho bandpome
Now Double Store
COR. CONGRESS 4 WHITANER STt,
Where we shall 1 iye the large
and finest Mtsic;tl Warerooms in
the entire South. Before we go,
We must, to save heavy expense
and labor of removal, close out our
entire stook of Pianos and Organq
now on hand and to arrive prior to
July 1. To do this we shall Inat,
gurate forthwith a
GRAND .1ABflG OUT PALD,
Commencing May 15 and ending
July 1, during which time we ohall
sell at Manufhcturerf' WlesnlIq
10 Fayorite Pianos.
27 Chickering Pianos.
21 Lighte & Co. Pianos,
50 Mathushek Pianos.
5 Ballet & Da;Is Pianos.
62 Southern Gem jianos,
28 Guild, Church & Co. Pianos,
44 Sterling Co. Organs.
100 Peloubat & Co. Organs,
110 Mason & Hamlin Organs.
All new and juft from factory. Also,
100 Second hand Pianos and Or
gans. Most all of them used only
from one to six months and precisely
as good as now.
DON'T NISS THIS CITANCE
To securre a fine instrument "awful"
cheap. Write for Clearing Out Sale
Circulars and Price Lists, and be
quick about it The sale ends July 1,
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Pliano and Organ Dealers,
Therefore we take pleasure. in an
nouncing.to our friends and cas,
tomnors that we have mNade a great
redudtion in prices of our stock. We
are determined never to be
We w ill give our customers a sp3 .
cial benefit by off'ering groat and
(Calicos, Muslins, Swiss, and all
kinds of White Goods 'for aummer
GREATLY REDUCED PDICES.
Suitings Linen Buntings atgreat,
ly rod uced Prices.
CJottonades. Jeans and Cassimeres
at greatly reduced prices.
Just received a newv lot of Lad?es'
Misses' and Children's Slippers.
A newv invoice of Gents' Scarfs,
Neckties and Summer Underwear
which will be sold cheap.
WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS.
MOSQUITO NET TING I
MOSQUITO NETTINQ l 1
GREATER BARGAINS 1
Than Ever in Embroideries, io
gaiery, Notione, etc.
We how have on hand a full stoelt
of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and
Gent.' Pur nishing Ooods dive us
a call before buying elsewhere and
P.ANDE(KER & BRO.
N E A TS-FOOT Oil, Lised 0O! .l
pressed), Castor Ol[ (common), Cod
small bottles. Ia o s i
For sale at the tgre