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T1E NEWS AND 1Ei1ALJ).
WINNSO1O, a. C.
TRURSDAT. ArI 3, : : 4M1 1881,
dYES. .i. iNYNOLDS. A88s0cuve 1SmTou.
Tim flon. M. P. O'Oonnor, member
of Congresm from a the Second Con
gressiomnl District, died on Thursday
A uAILROAD, Just comploted between
lWaycross, Georgia, afi.d Jacksonville,
Florida, shortens the .tioue froml Bit
Vannah by six hours.
Co.ONEI, BO YKIPI ih.s Y1Aturned fromi
New York, convinced-hat he can so
*Tnre as many immligrants as arO ned
ed in this State. ' They are pouring
into New Yorki In swvarms.
THE Graniteville ud Vaucluse O.o
tories cle.8ed n1inety thousand .4ollars
0ast year., or ifteon per cent. upon
their capilal.. At eight per cent.
dividend was declared, and the bal
ance transferred to the profit and loss
ccount, whIch 1oW aggregates a hun
dred and si.ty-cisht thousanj 4 ollars.
Good for GraniteviIle.
The Alken Journa and Review has
evinced great interest in the cause of
public educatJoth aind d-u-ingthe past.
few months has obtained the views of
a iumuber of leading mien on the sub
ject, besides itself expressing its own
Ideas in 111. We are much pleased to
see the interest tukan in this matter,
and hail i', na an evidence that public
instruction is taking firm hold upon
The Abbeville Press and Banner
opposes public instruction upon the
ground that it tends to commuunism.
We see no more communism in the
public school system than In any other
- system which employs co-operative
methods, or tends to the aggregation
of individual efforts under oi e central
supervision. If communism means
the education of the masses the public
school system is communistic, not
otherwise. Indeed, communism has
reached most dreadful proportions in
France, where illiteracy is greatest.
The socialists of Germany and the
nihilists of Russia are chiefly recruited
,roi the mammoth universities of
those nations, so that, if education
matakes comiunism, its effects are not
confined to ;public schools. If the
Idea be that an imperfect education
leads to communism, the objectors
must, remember that the schools In
South Carolina have not yet begun to
reach their goal, and that as they im
prove, education n ill become more
I.0- ir purpose in this article, however,
is not to defend common schools from
such attacks; but, taking for granted
that they are beneficial, to inquire how
they niay be Improved. This leads to
the simple question of raising money,
and 110r0 the Jfournal avtd .Review and
~he Press and Banner are at direct
issue-the former advocating a. State
ti~n and in this, in our opinion, both
i are wrong.
'~ ItThe first scheme is impractIcable.
The Legislature is too desperately
afraid of increasing the levy, to doubl'e
~~ the sc~hool tax, and the time has not
- yet come whean the cry of the people
orv iltellectual bread wvill overcome
ivy this tinuidity. By opposing local taxa
tioni the Jour'nal and Review uncon
sciously gives aid to thle enemies of
tihe system, wvho feel that this is the
surest means. of inordisinlg school
revenues. 'We say tils in the kindest
spirj~t, fer our A~iken contemporary has
I. ~ defIned Its position very clear'ly .as all
-i advocate of public schools.
The Press aind Banner opposes local
taxatiou because it does not believe in
I ~the systemn, and wishesno) mfore muoney
expended in that direction. We have
ansawered its argument before. Under
a conltributory system tihe chlildrenl of
I ~" Lhe poor .ore diebarred from their share
of tile public f~ud, or else are comn
pe1lled to inicur obiigatioais they cannot
fulfill. Ab~solutely' free tuition gives
equal facilities for a practical educa
tioni of tile .child of thle millionlaire anld
the pauper alike, and( Ander' it any 0one
P ~ of ability call rise to better thlings. A
' II ~ glance at tile Congressional Directory
wil shosy what N~orthlernl free schlools
have~ done for en of ntional reputa
Ante alirguet of the Pressiand
tihe opoer mw ak hole-aeplaeo
levyof ive ills l)Pi t Abbevile duing
lo Rdcal eime. sigle ga attes
Cohin o~hbia uoresig sool adtax
folrl te alurmet of "uer aimmi-l'
grat(on," or~ lfrom Tsen arc eds.nw
as whic "paupers " maO y ae twhle-l
factoraies pon thoeirty 'inlte uis~de
of a oeaie tare snot gihlance atoth
A ln~At ningelr fonbr fas she dis
trel, wloldow haeprntoter pockesre
not. gon tel part( ofeor roetempora
II esablis h ool s for tareulhly urdend
Nthopars have othrli in tsay n
tmhel'a oer.o Te dicrion is wleft,
sofery no perityoa own ltes, nd itere
41 byve oapng in an loca et of tie moi'ls
'I,~ ~ a to panupers.dhil Evyfor fown tin
facto 11riesra'vebtei. Thnetchildren
ifieaie r ntpues o
cilities for tieir otfhpi'lg. Wopoo
.ittnigrantayhio -cornes, not oaring foe
school, is a poor immigrant, indeed,
an4 most likely to become t paupe:-,
The millionai-e humigralnt Is not coim
ing yet. It will not, do to attach the
stigma of paulpelismQ to those who at
tend public schools. They can laugh
at tis chialge.I
Now as to local taxation. We yQyld
suggest to the Journal and 1/evielo
that some parts of the State are nyjgcly
more progresslyg thani others. If
Alken desires good public schools she
cannot afford to wait until Abbeville
1s ready to tolax her. An iicreaseq
State leyy canl be secured only when
a njority of the counties, or at least"
of their representatives, are ready for
It, and that, is ih the sl)Adowy future.
But local lhvs peri)t each town or
ek.h neighborhood to .act independent
jy for itself giul to consult its own
wants. By throwing safegu.ards
around the law, any exorbitant levy
can be prevented. A ha)f loaf Is much
better than no .breqa. Three districts
In the Skate., outside of Charleston,
now enjoy increased revenues for
wlileh they would have vainly waltedI
under a State levy. The Journaland
//cview may hammer away at the
Legislature for a general tax, but let
it in the mean time advocate a local
tax for Aiken.
General Alexpulder's Reply to the New York
Chamber of Commerce.
New York Herald.
It is a very easy thing to find fault
with railroad management, as well as
with a great many other afrliira of
every (lay life. But. to find fault is
one thilig and to snggest feasible reme
dies is another. I freely admit that
there may be hardships frequently ex
perienced by particular Interests In the
development of the country under the
present system of railroad control and
management. But it does not by any
means follow that every remedy that
has been suggested, or aiy of them,
would lessen the evils. Fori my own
part I very munich doubt the power of
legislation to accomplish any good.
The general tendency ol' the present
situation is certainly rapid toward im
provement. Rates are ower now and
discriminations are less than they ever
were before. A study of the causes
which have led to this result, I think,
will indicate that the consolidation of
railroad Interests to such an extent as
to resist competition within reasonable
limits is the only method which has
Wen attenided. with any success what
ever. Whenever that. has takent place
discriminations have been reduced and
local frieght charges lessened. The
efforts In this direction are as vet In
their Infancy, and it is possible that
the establishment of some court or
tribunal of high character, Ruch as to
command pu lic respect and to con
centrate Imblic opinion upon any cases
of' unfairness or o))ositiont, maity fos
ter the growth of such consideration
In the proper direction and to the
proper extent. Railroad companies
have endeavored themselves to provide
such a tribunal, at their own expense
In the appointment or arbitrators of
the highest ability and character which
money can command. For my own
part, I would pr.fr the establishment
of such a tribunal biy proper' legislative
authority, if it could be so guarded as
h~tmutts tellig ais accop taT~)eto t he
public as it would be to: the railroadls.
Your committee Is, of course, aware of'
t he intense jealousy which exists be
tween all rival commtiunities. Let us
take, for an example, the .rivalry be
twveen Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
Yor'k and Boston, for the export tr'ade
of the West, and the earniest efforts of'
New Orleans and other Souther'n pt rts
to participate in this . trade. is the
Chamb er of Commerce of New York
prepared to take all power from the
railroads which work-in New York's
interest more diiectly, and 'to have
any three men invested with a power
to deter'mnine what the comparative
rates shahl he from Chicago to each of
A Hisrour Swono.--The sword
Generasl Johnstone Jone~s wvill wear at
Yorktown is a valuable relic and hlas
an Interesting history. it was worn
by his great-grandfatheir, 31ajor' Cad
wellade~r Jones., during the war of the
Revolution. lIe wore It as Mlajor in
Baylor's regiment and as aidle to) Geni
er'al LaFayette at the battle of Brandy
wvine and at the suirrenideir at York
towna, and in ot'her' battles in which he
participated. The blade in the sword
was p resented General La~avet te. It
is a genuine Tioledo, and can' be bent
p~oinit to hilt. A tradition exists that
this blade is one of a lot of' Toledoes
presenited by Charles III., Kina of'
Spain, to George Washiingtont, an8l by
him dlistributed as5 pr'esents among his
general oflicers- T1hie swordi was also
worn by General ,Jones' fatherwi, Ci
wallader Jones, thle third of that amne
in the direct line of' desent as Colonel
of' theTwelth South Carolina li egi
ment in the late war. Tlhe 31ajir
Cadwallader JTones whlo served'( 'on
LaIayette's stalT', w~as thi'elii4sando of
the Peter Jones who f'oum~ed the cits
of' Petersburg, Va. Anot her Caidwal
hider Jones, it. is also said, carried t lhe
sword in the war' ot 18$12 and yet an
other in the war with Mexico, 18-17-18.
So the good bilade lhas a history.
A DiErEcT' ov -rus: CatsUs Rirorrs.
- What has thlie Amuerican baby done
that it should he entirely ig'nored by
the compilers of' the census? Wec are
nf(ormned how nmuyit cows, sheep anid
pigs thie counltry has on hand, but upon
the little two-f'oote'd animials, no> ou
of' whiom coulId lbe bought for~ a whole
herd of livye stock, we geft not a li ne or'
Ilgure. They arie nuo. notlic(ed even un
dler' the head of' home idustiis or'
(domiesi itieiI r dcts alt hiougliht arie
the obijects of' miore lit tentilon in ' these
two deparItmeneuts oif hinnain etor't, thtan
many other yieldhs that are ser'ved up
in almost emndless (cohtiunis of' statistics.
All this is very~ unir , fa.r thte babv
frequently costs moreu than aill thle lest.
of the year'~s crop). Why should I e
cen!isus repor't, burst4 withI statisties
abiout thle muere.'se of' sorghniun (it the
revival ot' sugar culiture in the SoiithI
wvhen all the whule a much sweeter'
pirodutct Is left toi shiftt fori itself? The
Census bureau had bet ter make haste
to refoirm, for somec beinmgs who ar'e
more) babies to-day areO sur'e to have It
in their own hainds one of' these days.
.N. Y. Heral.
Sumbceibe to Tr'';i i~xws Anur ilai
OGuardsxl ar1Ia, qwWhhos
The Penitentary Convicts En1gage isn Mak
ing ouuterfeitallvosJo)are--One of the
Guardis Imnpliced Wt Th1
COlUn-AbterRegt4ter, April v-.
One of the' Pensitcntiary Guards
nasno.d Williai Lowry., of toxington,
was yntrlday brought before Uilted
States Conmmissionor Stoeber on a
hargp of being im plicated in the coun
terf'.tin of Milted States silver * cur
rency. (Jommnissioner Stoeber decid
ed that the prison1e' mulstgive boid or
he ill risonled to 41welt tl.' He was
comn5tmtted to the Ilichlanid county $11
last nlight, bgt will be allowed a fow
days to proculre bail.
The cirumnstances which led to his
a'Test were as follows: Colonel Lips.
comb, the Superintendent,' had some
information wlich led him to suspect
that Some of tle convicts were making
planis to escapo, and, in ptursuilng his
nvest)gatiotns into that matter, caused
onse of the white prisoners to seerfto
himself under the bed of one of the
suspected negro convicts. .While
there, other convicts came ini and en
gaged in coversation with the iogro
about. the plot and let out mtich of their
proposed plans of operations, all of
which was reported by the man under
the bed to the authorities of the teni
tentiary. Day before yesterday 'olo
nel Lipscomb had fifteen or sixteen of
the imaplicated conivicts brought up
and confi'onted with the proofs against
them. When they found that they
were detected in this manner. they be
gan to acc!use each other, and* it caie
out that forty of them had made their
arranlgenmenats to overpower the guard
on Sunday morning, (le first of Nav,
take their guns away and break out ot'
conflnement.. In the course of their
coniso.lions, they accused cortain con
Victs of having counterfeit mone0y,
made in the pelitentiary, and on a
search being made, some cotunterfeit
silver dollars were found ini the pos.
session of soffic of them. InVostiga
tions being pushed still further, two of
the dies were found in the room of the
guard Lowry, and( this led to his arres'.
The convicts particularly implicated
are George James and Alex. Rodgers,
both colored. James is from Chester
field, and .his sentence is for thirty
years, for mitrder. Rodgers is froin I
Greenville, and hA sentence was for
two years, for I .my, and ho has
about six monthr 'o serve.
The dies were made of plaster of
Paris. Two dies were captured, one
being a dollar die and one being a
quarter of a dollar die.. The latter
Colonel Lipscomb thinks has not been
usied. A third (lie was thrown into
the canal by one of the convicts, and
for this search will be made,
THE MONARCHS oF j11ALZ MTREET,
Vanderbilt, Gould, Sage and Their Corn
peers -A Real Estate Boom.
New York qor. CincainatI Enquirer.
"Who has been th6 most successful
operator during the year?"
"William Vanderbilt, D. 0. Mills
aMd Jim Keene. Vanderbilt has got
more money than all the men in this
street put together. You see veny
wild stories printed aboLt the re
ources of the large operators. I tell
you that Vanderbilt's pile is' bigger
than the whole of then put together.
Next to hmn, probatbly, comes Russell
Sage, who has more ioney than Jay
Goumld. Sage has saved Gould once or
twice. Two 'cars ago Gould was
practically broke and hsad to surtesnder
his Uniont Pacific stock to make a set
tlement, lHe had been bearinag Norfe~
MtvI~ ni'en INeAf; 'fbr which he
hsad paid1 par, or nearly so, at sixty
flye centts on the dollar. Thsat is wvhy
he Is out of - Uniona Pacific.. Vander
bilt, AMills and tihe rest are buyinsg It
"What do you cossder ,Jim Keette
to be wor'th, with all his success?"
"Seven mIllion dollars at the out
side. It is mnote ntearly apt to be sonme
what betwoesn thrsee mtillions antd five
millions. If he has got seven million
dlollars the best judges lhere are deceiv
ed. .Russell Sage has got about tw elve
million dollars. Mills is ai rich man
assd a prudenst one. Hie told sme ins a
recenat. conversat ion that he was out of'
the stircct anid was going inato resal es
tate. licehas boughtt all this prop~ert.
alonsg Broad stacet ftad is aiout to pu't
up ani innense oflice builinsg, and he
has bought lots on botht sides of' tihe
city oppiosite and above park. Vasa
derbilt has also beena a large buyer of
real estate. I infer from the general
outlook, from thme necessity of some
thsing to-secutlate in, and from thte
opersationss of mteni like these, that we
we ntow to hanve a big mnovemsent in
real estate, first ins New York, ad then
in othser cities of the counatry, till It re
esebles the real estate operations ump to
(WOUc~ND ON WHJTE Sroor~s.)
GEORGE A. OlARK,
*.00 BROADWAY, INEW YORK,
Sinco tho introduction of this Spool
Cottora into the Americana market, its suce
'ens hsas been unprcedeted. No other
bramnd of' thread hass ever matt with the
~siame amsounlt of publio favor in the same
spacto of limo.
T1ho "O, N. T' " m~asufcturors woro the
Iirsxt to recognize the implortatnco of tho
Sewing M.sabino and( to nmako a six- cordh
iottont, which las over been1 the rcog
ntiz(ed stanudard for machines.
All tho inmprovements in machinery
that thae inlventivo genius of the snn
teeth centutry has produced have been
adapted by the manummfacturrs of "O.N.T.i."
At aill liho great Internatioal Faire of
the world, "O0. N. TI." lasa booen awarded
thae highsest honors.
'IhIo "O. N. Tr." factories at Newark,
N. J., ami Paisloy, Scotland, employ
5,200 Opera'ftive - make isuffieionat thread
daily to go arountd thoeworld four timecs.
Consume Id40 tons of ooal dail y
The manufactnrers of "0. N.'T." are
the largest mianufacturers of spool Cot
ton in tihe world..
A full assortment of this Spool Cotton.
caun ho hadl at wholesale and retail at J. MI
ltA'ITY & CO.'S. r.., 2- x-mu
ik,.M M% GIA 'NOTICES.
D' CBE4P.Ai'-n order to ulace a
rollatle Will within the iveuen of 11. the
erice of i Apple P1114 hias been i e(itteed to
- 6%. Sold by all Druggista in thi:
When you notIco cholbiat in your Ioga a
chickens, give thepIt i Bioenfeld's hiock Feed
freely, and they wyilv recover. It Is best, how
ever. tO Coelience the Ilse of tite stock feed
A little ahead of the chojera- season, whjoll ivil
prevent theai from taking the dtease.
-QUITMAN, GA., Apail iS, 1948.
For the boneint of all those who are inter
-eted in raising fowls I take pleasure in recom
mending Sh0enfeld's Medicated Stock Feed.
laind several chickens witn cholera, and by th
u1O Of this wonderful article,given according
to directions, all of them got well and are now
In a healthy condition. WM. 11E NJILLE.
I fully concur in the above.
S. T. PiRiCE.
Sold by the druggists of this county.
Messrs. LaMar Rankin & Liamar Dear Sirs
I had been troubled for a long time'before usini
your Consumptive preparation, with something
11(o Asthma, and after using only two bottlem
of your Browor's Lung testorer I breathed per
fectly fred, and have felt no symptom of the
disetse shice. I am confident your medicine
cured me, and I cheerfully reccommond It to al
who are sulfferIng from Asthina.
JOHN D. ROSS.
MAOON, GA., March 20, 1880.
Mmasrs. Lamar, llankin & Lamar, Pear Sirs
I have used your Jirewer's Lung Restorer for
Vert igo, and have never been troubled with It
ilrece using the medicine. I cannot say tot
much for it, and cheerfully reccommend it to
all Wvho need relief from Vertigo.
Yours truly,. J. 13. AIIToPE.
MACON, GA., Maroh 20, 1880.
Messrs. Lamar, Rankin &-Lamar, Dear Sirs
I suffered two years with Consumption. and
dinring the time was treated by Drs. Iead
Thomas, Chalton and others of this city, am
also by a prominent physician of Macon, ua.
without finding any relief. My husband I)oughi
me six bottles of your Brewer's Lung Restorer
which I began to take it onco, andI found Im
mediate relief. I have used the six bottles and
have never felt a symptom of the discase since
a nd my general. health is better than it has
been In years. I therefore recommend It to al
,vho have Consutniption as a Pearl beyou
PrIceo. Very respectfu!ly,
Mits. 31. (OOLSDY.
Sold by ?1e Druggists of this county.
have been tried, but none with such hippy re
suits as Jtankin s Extract of Buchu ann Junip
eu. If you are suffering from uny derangement
of the Kidneys or Bladder, Gravel, Ptiln oi
Weakness In the Back or ip, get a bottle-oe
or two will relieve you.
This art.icle has been before the public foi
nearly ton years, and Its sale is constantly in
creasing-and that with very little advertising
-vwhich proves it to be an article of merit. We
have testimonials from some of the leading
physicIans of Georgia, South Carolina and
Florida, and other States: in regerrd to Its re
liability as a Diuretic, and a remedy for the dis
eases for which it is recommended.
Prepared only by Ilunt, Rankin & Lamar,
Druggists, Atlanta, Ga., and for sale by .all
MACON, GA., Nov. 1, 1879.
Dr. 0! J. offett-Dear Sir-We have beer
landling Teet'nina for several yea-s. and the
.emannad Increases as the article becomes intro_
:ueed and is k-iown. our sales average froin
Iwo to three g,, oss per month. We believe that
'our Teethina (Teething Powders) will eventu,
illy become a atmidard and indispensible arti
,lo, for in no single itias-nce has it failed to gire
aatifaction. No complaint has ever been made
o us, hence we conclude that it (loes all yo
iilaim for It. Ateril is botuul to aucceed.
LIU NT, IAN KIN & LAMARI, Drnggists,
PRRHT, GA., April 14. 1879.
I have watched the use of the medicine now
know i as ISwil's 8y philitic Specifle" since thc
year 182T-over 50 years-and have never heard
of a failure to euro when properly taken. I
commenced the use of it on my slaves, between
1850 and 1815, and also tiid 't number of any
neighbors and in every case that came within
any knowledge it effeeted a cure. In 1835 my
lrothier-ii-law, Georg. \Valker, bought at auac
tion a slare'not tearrantr,. After the purchase
It was discovered that lie had had Syphilis for
twelve yearn- Ills head was without a hair on
It lie treated him witJi this remedy, and in
four weeks lie dWs 04wd and well, and In a
short, tIme lied ~Ri~ a head of hair as was
ever owned by a ~Ck. Hie owned thIs slave
nian ' years, and haevr hlad any return 01
ble curies ah a medicine. In' a11 my
past life I have, nevep kcnown a r'emnedy that
would so fully ajg ~1sh what it Is recom..
mended to do. , ... H. L. DENNAIID.
TPlE SWIFT SPRCIFIC CoMPANY, ropie
tore, A tlanta, Ga..
Sold by all DruggIsts,
Call for a copy~ of e-Young Men's Friend."
Defeotive Watch Cases are one of the chiel
auses of so manny Wvat ches not being gootd
lime pieces. The cases beIng thIn and not, ll
ting wvell. admit (lust and dirt to. the move.
anent, which seen interferes with the ruanning
parts of the watch necessitatlng cleaning, re
paIring, &c., andI the amount thus paid out ii
applIed toward buying a good case in the be
gnning, would haive savedl all this trouble anrd
p'hense. We have recently seen a ease that
meets all these requiremnats, It, havIng been
arrled fto' over twenty years andI still remains
perfect, We refer to the JAS. 1BOSS' Patent
Stiffened Gold1 Case, which has become one
nf the staple articles .of the Jewelry trade,
iOssessIng as it doees so many advantages over
nil Other watch cases, being made of twa
heavy plates of solId gold over' a plate of coin
pasiton. And we advIse all our' readers to ask
hira Jewveler f or a card or catalogue that wll
eXplaIn the manner in whIch they are made.
It is the only Siffened Caso made with twa
plates of gold, seamless pendatm, amnd centre,
olld j'inats, crown p~ieces, &c., all of whiich are
~overed by letters patent. Thereforo buy ne
asea 'efore consulting a Jeweler whlo keeps the
lAS. BOSS' Patent Siffened Gold Case, that
you many learn the dilrercnce betiween it, and
all imitautions that claim to be eqiualy good.
For sale by aull responslble Jewelers. Ask ta
.ee tile warrant, that accomplanies each case,
and don't be persuiaded that anly othier make of
~as s saod. -ap19
Whave no0w opened our STOCK
G and SUMMER DRY
00 - and ask an inspootion of
~ho same by the PUBLIC.
Each Department is fuill and
jompleto, andi in Styles, Quality
ntd Prices are Second to NONE.
All we ask is that you examine
)UR STOCK, and we wvill convince
you thlat we
"TALK SOLID FACTS."
icM AST1ERI, BRICE & I(ETCJuN.
ENLARSE AND DEVELOP THE FORM,
If shrunkc wholly or in part from nature or die.
seo. Advice free, Desacrlbo ease and sand stamp
I' . o.A lantmaa. No humbu . H igh
t-atre roae. Crreponee cndntl
In 9e1ation to Liconses for Tra fic In,
B F IT ENAOTED and ordained by the
Inendant a;d Wivrdors of the
Town of. Winnsboro, 8. U., In Cotipoli
I. That in all Licenses hereafter grant.
ed for the rotsil traffio in spirituous and
malt liquors, it siall be a condition that
whenever, in the opinion of the own
Council of said Toun, the closing of the
bar-rooms shall be nooosu .ry to the peace
and good order of the said 'own, by roa,
son of there being a large assemblage of
persons in said TQwn on a public day or
otherwise, the bar-room of the person so
liconsod shall be closed on the request
thorefor by tde Intendant.
I. That any failure to romply with the
provisions of the frst section of the Ordi
nanoo shall be p cause of forfeire of
Dono in Council this 19th day
SEAIJ o(f April, 1881, under tile oor
porato seal 4 the said Town
JOHN J. NEIL,
E. S. CHANDLEn, Intoudfnt,
ARF constantly being received by no,
a synopsis of which I give below.
NEW ORLEANS O b ISF8 AND SYRUPS
SUGARS, FROM TEI ITIGIRIST TO TIE
THE INESTFLOUR INTIR MARKET-"'I'1IE
P'ATE'NT FAMILY1"-Al SO ALL, G1RAMJ;
JACKSON'S BEST FAMILY FLOUR.
CALI FORNIA PEARS, Someting Choice,
SJCCOTASH, Beans and Corn Combined.
PEPPER. ETC.. ETC.
I ALSO INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR
Give me a call and examine for yourself.
Articles too nmierous to mention.
D. 11. FKLENNIMEN.
M. L. KINARD'S
COXLUIMBIA, S. C,
JUST received the largest and most
complete'stock of SPRING CLOTHING
that has ever been in. the State. and at
pricos to suit the times.
SUITS OF MIDDLESEX FLANNEL,
Warranted, at $12.50.
MEN '8 ALL WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS,
' Warranted, at $10.50.
YOU TJJS' SUITS FROM $3.60 to $15.00.
BOYS' SUITS $1.50, $2,00, $2.50, AND
ALSO a fine stock of Taylor's eel-brated
Mackinaw~ Straw Hats and Manillas,
in shades of Silver, Tan, Chocolate
I IHAVE addcd to my stock fine shoes for
gentlemon, to complete an outfit, guaran..
teed not to rip or break; if they do, will
give another pair,
W~INNSBOR1O, S. C.
llrralifor Onr Honse
OH, YES ! OiH, YES!I
I JiE STONE MOUNTAIN CORN WiHiIS,
KEY has come and Is still coming.
If you want good Whiskey and good
Segars, call at
next door to WV. IR. Doty & Co. Ho keeps
the best of everything. The best Nathman'a
OldCin.et WVhiskey. The best Gibson's
Whse.Tho best T1on Cents Sogar'.
The best. Five Cents Segar, And, above
all things, the best Dinner for 40 cents.
And if you come Into town betweoen 11
and 1, o'elock, and are hungry, call at
Clendmning's for a drink, and 1he will set
up a free lunch for you. Clendining
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
OUR newspapers are constantly hold
vertisemonts calculated to inislead the
unheard-of fabrics are sot forth in glom
inducements to spend your money awa
of us all should prove va wholeoome wari
peals. Spend your money at home, and
men wllpn you know and to whom you
aot salisfied with purchases. The OLI
SUGENHE.IMER is still alive at the C
atnd stiuds ev.er ready to duplicate all b
WE9 call special attention to our CL
PARTMENT. A fine line of M1en
in all styles and colors, will be added ii
Laupdried and Unlaupdried, and Chevi
best bleached muslin in the maiket for
worth $1 0.0. Call and bo convineed tl
Euterprise, and that ours is still the 0]
ap 14 :. -("JQ
Tle Earliest F1oi
ID 0S 3P 0.~ERT J S
HAVE RECEIVED Beautiful Cambrics at E
Beautiful Calicoes at } ents. Large Linen
at 10 cents. Gents' !ilk Handkerchiefs (beax
kerchiefs at 10 cents. Ladies' Lipen Haudke
- BEAUTIFUL LINE OF $HO
ADDITIONS to our large and select stock
TO TJIE LADIES OF FAIR FIA
HAVE Just opened and have now read
largest and best selected stocks of MILl
bLOTIONS ever brought to this place.
MRS. BOAG, with tiheiassistance of her
Baltimore, intends sparing no pains in thl
md keep them full during the season,
A FULL LINE OF bIRESS GOODS, I
best and cheapest line of COR~SETS. Ah
DAVIS VE RT
T IE bes~tin the market for plain or Ii
TOSAND DOLLARS REWAR
t-both as a machine and the range of w<
vith any of the first-class machinle oni the
hlineis in use in Fairfld County.
~A.LSO I T
A fine lot of Planting Potatoes, Onic
Jrackers, Cakes, Candies, Bacon, Flour,
Irobacco, Cigars, Bedsteads, Mattresses. TI
To arrive, 15,000 feet of Good Assorted
DyGoods, of all kinds, Millinery, etc.
MY STOCK of Furniture, which w ill b
LIest according to quality, anid for de
[lonmember that ali my goods'arc wa'rr'ante
T'urniture elsewhere, theni comei to the fira
)est selection and cani buv cheapfer. Bear'
wvay, Blythewood, White' Oak, Woodward
und York. This is a recomindcatioun of
A new supply of WTidow Shades, WVall
Lrames, Chromnos, Hat Racks, and Book S:
The lar'gcst supply13 of Tin Chamnber' Sets
>6r Suits. Call and see themi. A new su
my. D~on't Buy at Maclilnc merely becans
t end likes It. Remember' that most of ti
,uff'ed have but little merit. Th'e onme you
inme andl vexation, is noiseless, runs
t. Remember the Gold Medal wvas aiward~
ver eight-y completitor's. I c.ani refer you
dlways given entire satisfaction. Reinem
ash Factory. All ordlerR entrusted to me
he lowvest prices. Fur'niture neatly repim
)reparedl to make to order. Lumber and S2
ng Machine Needles and attachments and
no. Don't fall to call before p)urchasing e
,SEEDS THAT SURPRISE!
T'HE FARME1RS' "BONANZA."
fof ani thain er rwn hs~o reictous a a or
a oft Iie ant na l 2n a ea. a paper .ahe
todditer n t hn etood kn san. ine
I onU tw t , gt variety
Munkinelon, lar aet known, 2 toll fent - ine
qaltn e r ,w orlyc.rol ic olid-.un
for th Soi wthere other cor alls.t Uucqa d
Teostin e, cue plat foods a cow two days: I0 to 12 af1.
a paper. All the above eenor$,3 0aorea $2. ,
Address C. It. GILBERT & (O. Atlanta, Gam. ~1
lefene: Hion. W. L,' oalhoun, Mtayor of
ling out attractive and flashy ad.,
public: a long array of prices and
ring vqlQrs, an attractiv'o array, av
y frowa home. The past experience
ning against all si4eh flimsy ap
belp to build up your own business
can go for redress in caso you are
Q)IEAP CAS11 STORE OF1 B.
%1DP STAND in Gorig's unilding
ills bought away from HOME.
OTUING AlD hAT DEw
s, Youths' and .joys' Straw Goods,
2 a few days. Otir line of shirts in
ots is full at prices to sult all. The
10 cents. Corsets at 50 cents,
at we are the friends of Uomi
cap Store of WINNSBORO,
fers of Spril
3 cents. Beautifal Lawns f4 Al cents,
Towels at 25 cents. Large Linen Tqwels
ities) at .0 cents. Lafaes' Lwn Ha d.
rchiefs (MArvelkf) pt 25 oents.
ES IN ALL QUAUTIES
made every week. amples sent on
RTES & EDMUNPS,
COLUM-IA, 8. 0.
y for your inspection one of the
INElY, FANCY GOODS AND
now milliner, MISS BLACK, of
so departmenta, and will replenisl
Iuttons and trimmings to tinteh. The
~o a lot of.J Lie .Ujsters anud Under,
'IC AL FEED
avy and fine family sewing. ONE~
D to any1~ one who cani compete wvith
>rk it turns out. Warr~ante to wear
market. Two hundred of these Ma
mn Sets, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Cheese,
Meal, H~ams, .Smokinug and Che~ving
pables, Safeis, Chairs, etc.
low down to make room for a tiew
J. 0. BOAG.
Ilh ags, doead he
sign and' workanship uneqnaled.
d to be as representedI. Price your
it-class store where you wvIll have the
in imind that f ship goods to Ridge.
's, Blackstock, and as far as Chester
lhe quality and1( prilce of my goods.
Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
bielves, cheaper than the cheapest,
maiude to match Cottage and Cham-n.
>ply of Sewing Machines as good as
0 your mother or your neighbor has
c machines that are most largely
want is the one that wvill save you
ight and wvill last a long time. I have
ed to one of tho Machinecs I re resent
to many that are using It, an~ it has
ber that I am agent for a Door~ and
will have prompt attention and at
ed at moderate prices. I amn also
hingles for sale at small profits. Saw
p~arts of Machines can behad through'
Isewhere. Rt. W. lJlILLIPS,
SUBSCRIBE~ FOR THlE
FEEKLY PMMA~ETTO YEOMAN,
COLUMBJIA, 5. C,
It is an eight-page prea -.
e pepe, filled wvith Itoretno
FaiyReading. News, Marke
ibsoriptionz: One yer $l.60~
onths, $1.00; 'Three Monshs, 60
yablo -in adivance. For Six Nami
no Dollars an Extra Coy for one
>eoimens furnmeo T DA'h
AN, an afternoon per, is $4 a