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WINNSBORO, B C.
SATUXUDAT, AprlJ 30, I I 88I,
M, M-X4N3 Du& VlS, Kin)TO'n..
TAE. .1. i KYOLJPS Awsocm Tz Emion.
T R 1epubillcanl Senators have hald
A Cacues aid appoJleJ d at Committce to
conder a prograuijoi.; While : he
assert roundly Jtithey, will never
give up .the tight, the inclinatjon
amlojpg themil to have som9i executiveyt
- assiot IS is VerVy srog, An executive
session will be a victory for the Dem
oerats, as they WJil have gained the
first point. They will contiiinue to
light Gorham and Riddlcberger tQ the
TuxE death of lion. Al. P. O'Connor
Caua-le genuine sol-row throughout the
State. lIN was earliest, active and
.energetic, and had he been spared
iwoud have been of still greater use
fulness to his cousatituents and to bis
p arty. A new election will be ordered
at some future day by the Governor.
As E. W. M. Mackey claims to have
been elected last November, it is to be
presumedl that consistency will forbid
him from entering the race at a special
election; yet in that case should Con
gross decide either that Mr. O'Connor
wae .lected or that there was no
election,.Mackey would lose his chance
of making a second race, its Mr.
O'Connor'p successor will have been
ulected. This appears to be the status
of the affiir at ia casual glance. It may
Iot stand the test of closer examina
Til., uppe'part of the State is all
agog over railroads. The Virginia
Midland will be extended certainly to
a point within North Carolina, and it
is hoped that i" will push idown to con
.ncct with Augusta and Port Royal.
S)artanbur'g and Greenville are each
striving for the prize, and delegations
from these rivals visited Baltimore
ast week and had a long talk with the
Baltimore and Ohio magnates. They
make most libural pledges on behalf
of their respective cities, and Ill glow.
ing terms depict the prosperity and
growing wealth of (lie Piedmniont, re
gion of' South Carolina. Spartanburg
elnjoys the advantage of a more central
position, and of a larger number of
r1ailroad coimnections, but Greenville
mis abundant push and energy. The
Green ville News advises the two
li places to pool their issues and work
together, as it believes a road can be
seicred passing through both places.
It will be a big day for South Car'olina
when a line, competing with tie Rich
iond and Danville, passes0 through
her borders to the seacoast, opening it
second route to the North and North
Tii scandal over the "star routes," V
as the hor'sc-and-saddle-bags-miails are
called, proves to be of the first mig
ailtude. Last year the Democrats ap
j'ointed a committee to inv'estigate
Assistant Postmaster General Br'ady;
but they failed to0 OUSt him although
fetathony of the most damaging- chari
actor waus elicited. Gartleild expresses1
Jdetermination to sift the sc'andtal tot
the bottom. Iumnor is busy' with thet
namies of lprolninent lnen. ISK-Carpet
batg Senator D~orsey appears to have
been the chIef swind1lerI. The man ner'
of' working the job is simple enough.
A route, say f'or t hirity mlliles, one0 tip
a wveek, is lot out by con tra'ct, and the
rinig underbids all bionr f/lcde oil'rs,
eind secures the r'ou te. In a f'ew months
t-he trips are dloubled 01' the tine
shoirtened, and then, without ealling
f'or bids, Brady increases the Iya and
conchi~des a contract. 10or four year's.
In this way itny number of' coltracts
have been raised from two thousanid
dollars, or less, to thirty and forty
thousand dollars. C~ongr'ess is made
to pass5 a deLlieinuy bill, and the ring
Pockets two liillon dollars. Urack~
claims I hal. hie is backed1 by Congress
inen~ and( Senait ors, anld that lie cannot
mth~niniistration, but the starl r'oute
swindle towvers above them all. 11ad
ibeen fully' exposed last year', Ilaun
(ock would no0w he Pr '.esiet, and1(
ahon lie miost in'signifleant, of'
Tite Agricultuoral -"oreaN of thn State
Figtiren froma the (tenanu ai at a Showing
theo Qreatly Inwcasetd I'roductioni of Sonth
The tables given below are the first
or thme kind made up by the United
4 States Census Bure'au,, from the r'e
turns) of' last y'ear, for atny State, and
wer'e furinished in aidvafice by sp~ecial
reqluest to our1 indefatuigable Commils
I. 14011ner Of Agricult ure, Colonel A. IP.
Iwill be seeni thlat thietotal number
Iml rin is 3,000,972, which is 80,
-ff2 acres mnore than~ aill tihe "'implroved
'p ~ laid'' in the State in 1870. TIhe pro
dumct or cotton is 5 Iti,490) halos, against
221 ,h00 in 1870, a gain of' about 130)
p~er cent. .in corn the ier'ente is fro'm
7,ti I I,2(07 bushxlels int 1870 t o II ,763,
Jer enit. Ini ots the tables show~
2,71 .,413 bushels againlst 613,1493 bush
els in 1880, or, inl othert words, the oat
prlodniet of' the) State hats multiplied
imre than11 fouir'ol ini ten years. in
wheat the iincrease is~ from 783,6 it
hushels iii 1870 to 9)62,431 bushleis in
1880, Oi nearly 20 1)er cent..
The United Stuttes Agricultuiral lie
* ))port, for 1879, shows that thle average
y ild of' cotton peri aucre for all the cot
toni States in ftt. year was 188 ponels.
'iITh smaitllost. yield ini anv 0111 c iutyo
this State for 1880 Is in Ileaufoit whero
it. is rep)orted at 3612, tand that, it must
he remembered, is long staple cot ton.
The average yield of' corni per' aet ini
the nitd fates in 1879 waus 29 h~ush
els ; thle average yielt ini this Stte for
1880 is eonly 91)bushels per acre, wvhich
shiows how munch room there is for
imp rovement, in our methods of oulti
vation. .The average yild of wheat
(or 1879~ WAS 1#,.8 bi)es i #oaverag.
vieldlin this Sti for 1880 is given a
6.6 bushels. 1The average of oats IA
g4voi at 13 bishels as agailist 28.5
buhe*s iveOge per' t.w I tike Unitet
tt(es lin 1879.
Th'le greatest agg'regite yield of cot
.t, 34.907 bales, is in 10dgelleld co0n
ty ; of corn, In York-626,305 bushels
of oafs, in Edgelield 416,243 bushels
and of whlit( 1 o7,608 bushels in Abbe.
vilie count-~y. The grveatest yield ol
ot.to01 per aere is 1in fariboro, ili(
Teml) pe lne cou nlty, where it is 857
pousis ; of cori 1ihe largest yield I1
13.3 huihels in Kershawv covniity; o)
o.ats 18.2 bmsliels In Gcorgetowl) couu.
tLy. and of' wheat 12 bushols fin Charles.
tol county, the yes.gtl of experimen.tal
The g-ures, considered Inl 1he light
of tJe past1, are very gratifying a
showing int improvenient not only fit
the extent of lani(d stutder cultivitionl
but. also In the m3nisier of cultivating,
but in the light of what can be done
wnd is done elsowihere by improved
systems of farming they leave iuch
yet to be desired.
Aeres. Ales. per acre.
Edgefield.. 91,356 34,707 674
Barnwell......83,646 28,809 519
Abbeville .... 82,862 26,226 476
Fairtield....... i9,179 26,01 63
Orangeburg. ..68,854 25,344 595
Laurens.......63.764 24,422 b6.1
Newberry.....67,809 24,092 633
Darlington .... 60,368 23.912 676
Marlboro......41,261 23,714 857
Sumter........57,910 22,43t 681
York...... ...65.239 22,256 605
SpartainiMurg...66,531 22,15 686
Anderson......60,81 21,867 622
Marion.........4,428 21,743 718
Chestor ......5..52,284 19,043 17
Greenvlle....41,301 1,6;97 664
Union ........0,911 18,811 r(0
Aiken..... ....39,987 14,287 687
Lancaster......30,744 12,678 6.10
Kershaw.......28,900 11,280 683
Richland.......28.361 10,973 581
Lexington .....22,762 9,017 695
Diarendon....26,674 8,572 482
Dharlesten..22,235 8,500 67.1
Desterfleld.... 18,480 7,733 640
Hampton......21,411 7,665 830
Pickens........18,364 4,724 461
Williamsburg..15,831 5,607 630
Dolleton.....1...,390 4,846 580
Deone ........13,556 3,803 419
Beaufbrt.......11,570 2,740 362
1orry........17,740 809 691
leorgetown.. .. 3 158 640
Total.....,1,347,373 b17,190 .
Of corn Fairfield produced 367,930
uishels, nn averiage of nine bushels to
lhe acre, the averwage for the State, and
'our bushels per acre less than 1(er
uhiaw which has (lie highest average.
"airfield is 11he fifleoith county on tle
1st, in the auggregtaIte productio'n of this
Of oats Padl-ield prOduced 86,2,6
mushelt;, an average of a 1 1ttl'3 over
l1even bushels to the acre, standing
'leven(ith on ie list, 111 average for
lie State being thirteen tishels.
Of wheat she produced 24,511 bush
Is, six bushels to ilte aere, and she
tatu4 thurteeith oil the list, (eorge
own briinging up the rear, with one
ere andi six busxhels.
Of all sinail grains Fairfield nro
Ilued 111 ,t19 bushels, aading
welfth on the list. It will be seen
1121 a larger perceitiage o' cotton Is
iO1nii n1 Faiitleid to the aereage th
11 any other counily.
THE BRADY UiMTvSS.
unut Puostaater Genueral Niep D~own, und
WAstusao'ros, A pr1 2.--'hose who
laim to know all the poiunts of the in
estigation which is being made Into
lhe tuethods of the star route againi Rav
hat thie halt has niot yet been mad'e
nibhic, anid will not be unitil mea0)sures
bre taken to bring Bradv to justice and
ho penItentiary, jf piossible. The
vhole steal ie practical ly divided be
ween what Is knowni as the DLorser
rang and the (Gilmuer and Salisbur'v
ir y, the lat ter beinug by fari the nitost
'xtensiv'e operators in thie swiiidle.
l'hc D~orsey gang' is composed of .J.
V. D)orsey, J. M1. Pieck and ,J. B.
dineor, whlo have acted as blinds for
~tephien WV. D~orsey, ex-Senator from
*rkansas and Secretary of the liepuib
ican National Conmmit tee, biddiung f'or
md receiving the contracts. J. W.
)orsey is a briother of Stephen W.
Jorsey. Only a little' over three vears
go be w as a farmier ini Vermnon t', a n
gnorant , stutpid specimnen of' hiumani
y. lie was not. so stutpid, however,
hat his iuore bri llianmt br~ogher coul
iot. 'se him as ai enits'-lpawVt to pull the~
gold fi-om (lie pu blic T1.reasuiry, antd he
as brought to Washington f'or this
)urpos5e. JT, M. Pee'k, tho second
worthy of the trio, Is a brother-In-law
>f Stephen W. Dorsey, having mar.
ried1 the sister of the hitter's wtife, and
J.R lnris a p;art ner of thie great.
wiginal D)orsey himnself. IHe was
Lrught. fromn Sandusky', Ohuio, ex
pressl y to go into the star route busi
ness. Th'le amtiount known to have
beeun peeketed by the Stephen \W.
llorsey gang in excess of thle amiounit
enlled to.e by their original b'ids is not
less in roun d muniber than $-1-1..>,00.
W~hat per'cen'u.o of thits wats t r.mns
lerred to lh'adyv u-, his shaire of the
spoilsonly Stephen tY. 1)orsev and
T1he firm of G3ihiner, ~u~samrv &
Co., which did an even more exten
sive bus1iess in fte SWindle~ thain (lie
D~orsey crowvd, is composed of J. 1".
Giihuner, Miinro Salisbury and 0. .1.
Salisbury, a younger' brother of
blunro. J. T. Ginmer was tormerly
a stage driver over (the Iholidav ovei
land route, from St. Jlosephl to Sacra
miento, Calif'ornia. lie was a v.erv
ignorant. marn, and could senreel'y
write his own nmne, but lie had 'a
shrewd eye for business. In 18(18 lie
forimed a partniersihp with the two
Salisburys, and bought out (lhe stage
lines of Wells. teargo & C2o., over
wi'hiebh most of t he manils in the Trerri
tories were at t hat time carrie~d. Si nce
thien t he firm has been enigaged ini the
star route busiiness and1( has made ai
large forittne. Among the ageiits who
have madne st raw hids in (lie ierest
of this firm are V. W. Parker', T'. A.
McI~evit t, A. S. Patrick, Luke V oor'
huecs, George 11.PlaIt, O. .Salisbury,
Pat riek & 'hrown, A. It. hirowni, (f.
V. Mlesserole. C. Cosgrove. WV. VtY.
Giiddlings, A. L,. Seeley,'F. W.G(ilmer,
a brother of J. F. Gilmier; WV. L.1Ili11,
Il ugh Wh' ite, Salisbury and Nichols,
Wim. I lamilton, ht . V. Nichols and
Wmu. ii. Force. 'l'he exess of' par
received bho- Gle 1ilmner & Salisbur'r
combintion, over that called for b'v
their original contracts, amnounts to
the neat little sumi of $778,508, with
more1 still to hear fi.m
In addition to the tuoney givent to
these la rgoecon tractors, who li mnade
their bids thbroughi straw agents, small
fortunmes haveo beeun dividedc betweeni
1hrady anid smaller conitractors, wvho
made thieir bids oin thioh mano...,
In Letislana, Dr.L 1. petarsoil Sc
cureOd anl excess of $40.201. on a rout
of 241, milen. Di. Peterson was forni
orly alnembor of the Wrnioth ring I1
11oiiana, but ow lives in this Oit
upon the ineoino deiyod from Il
dealngs withi Brady. Cliase Andrewo
who received onl two routtes ceto
twenLy rolules long, all excess o $12
267, is a Waishiigton mnull. U1e wa
formerlv a clerk in the Post Ofile
Depairtient here, but was removed 1)
P'ostinaster.-Generl Jewell, for nal
feasaneo In office. John A. Walsh
Who Se-tared in Ireease of $ 18,47-1
ol the route froml) Prescott to Still
F, Arizona, for wbich lie originali
contracted for $18,500, is a native u
Loulisiana. Whenp the war broke Oil
he jolned the Rebel army, but afte
tle Itecolstruction of Lolisialla, h1
joined tile Warimoth ring. ie was in
dieted iI New Orleans for makin
illicit whiskey, atid was saved frosi
illlprisonment by Brady, Who was a
that tlimo Supervisor ot Interial Rove
into in Now Orleans, and refused L
appear as a witness agahist1 him.
Tiho Provisional Government In Ful
Charge of Afiirs.
PANAMA, April 16.-Onr dattes frtol
Limia are to the 7th list. The diftlcn!
ties illminellt between the Provisiona
Goverintleit and tle intlicipalI au
thorities ofLitna, who were of I'ierola
appointing, have been settled by th
proLmp1, action of the new officers re
contiv ppoilted by Calderon, withou
'waiing for the Courts to decide thi
questioi 11s to whether Pierolas o
Calderon wits "King." The new ip
ploiitCs promptly took possession o
their 1seats, anld the ol municieipalit.v
which was liomtile to the new orde
of things, f10nn1d themselves (ulieli
shoved out of oflice. At tle head o
tie ilew city govermiteiit is Col. Cesai
Cane Varo, a gentlemall of gren
weililt and excelleitt chartcter, an
one of tile tw officers of the Peru vial
IIrmy who have miade a reilly hon-ora'
ble record during the late 'wretche
war. Tile changc il the city govern,
meilnt assures tranquility in the contra:
departments and loyal idhesion of th1c
people to the new goveI'nl mellt. II
the North aid South, however, new
elements of confusion and anarclv
have arisen. Monteno, in Cojamexici
and Solar, in Arequipa, have declare(1
iI favor of Pierolas' govermlnllelt, an<1
denonCos as traitors, worthy of death,
all Peruvians who are d11isposed to
make peace with Chili. It is probable
lat the C(hilian occupation Will be a
thing of years instead of ionths, aitid
will soon be extended to every part of
Pern. Minister Vagara has gone to
Chili to consilt with his government.
lie is known to be thoroughly dis
gustted with tile condition of ilitirs and
sees no remedy but aunexation.
A Noinu. NORTEiR LAnY.--The
following note was receiveda Few dilays
ago by the "Mayor of Cokesbury,'
Will a beattifil wreath Qf red, bine
an(d White flowers. The note explains
itself'. Ak more delicately conceived
manifebst altioll of nloble, wo'llailly syN
patly with true Illilhood iad bravery
than this tribilte froll a Northern lady
could scarcely be imagined:
To MJe ah1ayor of (Cokesbury :
DEAU SIR -.lav' I reqnet that on11 Of
your lady frien'ds will place this,
wreath of immortelles upon (1he grave
of Gen. M. W. Gary, as i slight tribute
of respect from a Northern ,lady to the
mmory of a brave man .
\rerjy truly yours,
Apr1 14, 1b XNEVY.K
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL.
LAR FER DOZEN.
HALF? PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
TYFIVE CENTS PEiR DOZEN
BOTTLES TO BE RETUJRNEI
F. W. HIABENICH-T
- N(iAl NOTICES.
B . ; _...
XAJ-n AND C14Un41.-In order to place a.
I rellat-lo LI r Pill within the venen of till, the
rIcO of Al Apple Pills ho 'een recliteed to
Joe. p r v. Hohil by all i)ruggIsts in tise
When yoti notice cholera lin your tlogs and
chickems, -gvo them-i Uhloenfeld's Mtock Fecd
freely, (ndlhey will recover. It is best, how.
9 ove, 11tohjene the use of the Stock Feesi
aii little aht'atl of the eholera Zseaon, which will
U proYent thent from taking the (ieste.
Qt'ITMAN, (IA., A pril 11, 1878.
. For the .benefit of till those who are lIter.
MIL III raising fowls I tuko pieusure in recon
mending Hhoeif(id's Medcate( Stock Feed. I
111rd coveral ileckens with cholera, and by the
use of this wondertil nrilele, given according
to directions, all of them got. well and are now
v in a niilathy condition. WM. 'i'ItNNILLE.
I fully conctir in the above.
8. T1. PIt ICE.
t old by the druggists of this county.
- esars. Lamar. Tiankin & I.autr, Dear Sirs
I had been troubled for a long Ilime before usIng
youtr Conouaiptive preparat.ion, with something
like Asthima, and aiter ibing only two bottles
of your Brewer's Lung I estorer 1 breathed por
feotly free, ad have felt, no symptom of the
- (IIase nce. I amt confildent your medlelino
c unred tme, and I cheerfully reccommend It to all
who are siferlng from Asthnia.
'JOlN D). 11088.
MACON, (IA., blarch 20, 1880.
Messrs. Lamar, htankin & Lamar, Pear Hirs
1 I havo used your Brewer's Lung Jtestorer for
Vertigo, and have never been trouibed with It
sitne% uillig the medicine. I cannot say too
I muc) for it, andI cheerfully reccommend it to
all who need relief front Vertigo.
Yours truly, J. 11. ARTOPE.
MACON, OA., Marcl 20, 1880.
- Messrs. Lamar, Itankin & Lamar, Dear Sirs
I suffered two years with Consumlption. and
during the tiue was treated by Drs. Head
3 Thomns, Cialton aid others of this city, and
- 1l.o by a prowtinent phytician of Macon, On.,
withoit finding any rellaf. My hitbind bought.
mI! six botIles of your lBrewer's Lung11 Iliestorer,
3 n hiel I began to take at, once, ant( round tl&
medltie relief. I havi used the six bottles and
hnvo never felt, a symptom or the dlenso since,
and my gonoral healt it 1. better than it hs
been in years. I therefore recoonmond it to all
who have Constnption as a Pearl beyond
Price. Very rcspcetfu!iy,
M I. M. 00LSIY.
Bold by the Druggists of this county.
have been tried. but none with sich hippy re
sults as Itankin's Extract or lluehu ani Junip.
--If Iyou re suffering froin tiny deranqement
of the Kidneys or Iliulder, Oravel, I.in or
Weaklness in the hack or Hip, get a bottle-one
or two will relIeve yout.
Tihis artIclo has been before the public for
nearly ten years, nid it-ssalo 1s constantly it.
crensittg-and that with Very littl atvertising
-which proves it to be an alt tilet of merit. We
have testinonlals from sonic of t4ae leadln
physicoils of Georgia, South CarolIna t:.l
F lorida, and other states: lit reg-trd to its re
liabIlity non Diuret le, nnd a remedy for the di
enses for whieh it Is recommended.
Prepared only by Hlint, Vankin & Lnmar
Druggists, Atlanta, Oa., and for sale by till
MACON. GA., Nov. 1, 1879.
Dr. C. J. Afoffett-Dear SIr-We have been
handling Tecthina for several yea s. and the
deiand increases as the article becomes intro
duced and is kiown. Our sales average from
two to three g! oss petr month. We believe that
your Teethina (Teething Powders) will eventu.
ally becono a standard and indispensiblo arti
cle, for in to single instance ha iss .iailed to oe
eatibsartion. No complaint has ever been madIe
to its, hene wi w ccuitio that, it. does all you
claim for it. Meril is btsn d t Streed.
HUNT, RANKIN & LAMAIt, Druggists.
'-r- r? A -
Prannv, WA., pril 14. 1879.
I have Watehed the Ilse of the medIcine now
knon a 1s --SWif's SY phiIltlC Speel Ilc" since the
year 1S7.-over 5o years--and havb never heard
tof t falltire to cure when properly taken. I
(")miIlenc'd I he use of it onl iny slaves. between
1850 and 1.4m. and also did ' numbe!r of my
ieighbors and in every ease thatl ntnte witiun
my knowledge it effected a cure. In 1835 ly
uAbter-ln-law, Georgc Waiker, hitrgyh at aitc
tion it ier' wnt rarrmt~ted. A(ter the tipurchase
it. was discovereo that. he had had Syphilis for
t welve year- Js Lead was witlioutti hair on
It lie treateliJ with thtis remedy, anad in
fortr weeks lie wai. Joand anid well, and in a
short. Lime had aui dae a heaid of haIr as was
ever owned by a-tegro. Hie owned iIs siave
mnny years, ah never Sad nny return. of
the disense, nor-JS ad dy 'a work. ThIs Is oniy
one among hund tja of lizsttanees of remarka
ble cure~s ade byl thIe .anedl-io In all my
past life I hiave itver' known a remedy thatn
wouiki so fully-h f~mplish w~hat It. Is recom-.
mentded to (1o. 11. L. DENNAltDI.
TIlE SWIFT SPECIF1C COMPANY, Propric
tots, Atlantn, (ia.
Sold by till Diruggista,
Call for a copy of '-Younlg Men's Friend."
DefectIve WVatch Cases are one of the chIef
causes of so manny wat ches not, beling good
liano pIeces. The en30es beinag thin anid not fit
titng well. admlt dust. and dirt, to the move
ment, whIch soon interferes wit Ih the running
parts of the watch necessitating cleaning, re.
palIing, &c., an:i the amount thus paId out If
npieid towardl buyIng a good easte in thte he
ginning, would haivo raved all t his trouble nnd
expens~e. We have recently seen a ense I hat.
meets all these requIrements, it having bretn
calrriedi for over t wenty years and still remaIns
perfect. We refer to the .JAS. 11085' Patent
Stifiened field Case, wvhilh has bec-ome one
of the staple articles of the Jewelry trade,
vyssessing as it dles so mnany adivatages over
all other watch nes, beIng made cf two
heavy plates of solId gold over- a plat e of coim
positIon. And we advise all olur renders to ask
t heir Jeweler for a card or eataloytto I hat wvili
explain the mannet- In which thtey are made.
It Is Ithe only St ifened Case. made wIth two
plat es of gol, seamless pentdanis, a nd cenmtre,
soild joints, crown pIeces, &c., aili of whicit are
covered by letters patent. Th'ierofore lilly no
cnse before euonsulting a Jeweler who keeps the
JAS. BOSS' Paitet SIlftened (Gohl Case, that.
you may learn Ithe difference taet ween it and
till imitat ions that claim to be' ('lially good.
lar salo hy all responsilblet Jewelers. Ask to
seec thle warrant ttat, tecCompainles each ease,
andit dont't bet plersutndedl tit any o1ther make of
- ease is as goodi. nit 12.
.WE haVe now opened our- STOCK~
of SPRING and SUJMMER DRY
GOODS, and nak an inspection of
the samo by the PUBLIC.
Each Department, is full and
Complete, and in Sty'les, Quality
and Prices aire Second to NONE.
All wo ask is that you examinlO
OUR STOCK, and we will convince
you that wo
"TrALK SOLID FACTS."
McMASTrER, BRICE k,& ET'CHIIN.
,ELIARE AND DEVELOP THE FORM.
IIf abrtunk wholly or In part from nature or dls
easeO. Advice free. DescrIbe c-se- satd send stamp
tt' . De, L2.(o., A ttnta,fGa. No humbug. High.
rt riiference. Crrespoudntcnon Maen tiat
In Relation to Licenses for Tramo iv
B E IT IBNAOTED and ordained by the
Interidant and Wardone of the
Town of Winnsboro, S. 0., in Council
I. That in all Licenses horeafter grant.
ed for the retail troflio in spirituous and
ilt liquors, it shall be a condition that
whenever, in the opinion of the Town
Council of said Toun, the closing of the
bar-rooms shall bo necessary to the peace
and good order of the said 'own, by ron
son of therb being a largo assemblago of
persons in said Town on a public day or
othorwise, the bar-room of the person so
licensed shall be closed on the request
therefor by tdc Intendant.
11. That any failure to e ompl y with the
provisions of the first section of th3 Ordi
nance shall be a cause of forfeit.tre of
Done in Council this 19th day
1SEA L of April, 1881, under the cor.
porato seal of the said Town
JOHN J. NEIL,
E. S. CHANDLER. Intendant.
ARF constantly being received by mo,
a synopbis of which I givo below.
NEW ORLEANS MOLARSEM AND SYRUPS
SUGARS, FROM TIie IiGHnEST TO TIE
LO WEST GRA DES.
TIE FPI NEST FLOUR INTIIE MARKET-"TrlF
1A'HNI FAME IY"-ALSO ALI, RA DES
JACKSON'S BEST FAMILY FLOU.
CALIFORNIA PEARS, Someting Choice,
SUCCOTASH, Deans and Corn Combined.
PEPPER. ETC.. ETC.
I ALSO INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR
Give me a call and exnmine for yourself.
Xrticles too numerous to mention.
1D. It. FLENNIKEN.
. L. KINARD'S
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JUST received the largest and most
:oomplete stock of SPRING CLOTHING
hat has. over been in~ the Stato, and at
prices to uit the times.
UITS OF MIDDLESEX FLANNEL,
Warranted, at $12.50.
d1EN 'S ALL WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS,
Warranted, at $10.50.
IEOUTIIS' SUITS FROM $3.'0 to $15.00.
BO0Y8' SUITS $1.50, $2 00, $2.50, AND
&LSO a fine stock of Taylor's cel brated
Maokinatw Straw Hats and Manillas,
in shades of Silver, Tan, Chocolate
[HAVE added to nmy stock fine shoes for
.ontlemon, to comleta an outfit, guaran
eed not to rip or break; itf they do, will
~ive another pair,
WINNSROR(, S. C.
lllrrali for Ollr iloiso
011, YES! H~, YES!
r HSTONE MOUNTAIN (OItN WIIIS8.
. KY ascome and is still coinlg.
If you want good Whliukoy and1( good
Sogaru, calf at,
next door to WV. 1. Dotyi & Co. HeI kee~ps
thme best of' everylthing. Th'le best Nathani i's
Old Cabinet Whiaskey. 'The buest (lblson'l
WVhiskey. 'The best Tlen (Jonts Hogar.
Tho bes't Fivo Cents Hegar. And, abovo
all things, the beist Dinnaer for 410 conine
And If you comBO into towvn between 1i
and 1 o'clock, and a hmungry, call at
Clendining's for a drink, and he wifll set
up a free lunch for you. Clondining
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
OUR newspapers are constantly I
vartisoments calenlated to misleadi I
unheard-of fabrics aro set forth in E
inducements to spend your-money i
of us all should prove a wholesome '
peals. Spend your money at home, a
men whom you know and to whom i
not satisfied with purchases. The (
SUGENHEIMER Is still alivo at tb
and stands ever ready to duplicato a
WE call spacial attention to our 4
PAITAKENT. A fine line of 3
in all styles and colors, will be adde
Laundried and TJnlaundricd, .and C1
best bloacbd muslin in the maiket
worth $1 00. Call and be convincei
Enterpriso, and that ours is still th<
ap 14B F3T
The Earliest Eli
J2 ~M SP MO IT Ej
HAVE RECEIVED Beautiful Cambrics
Beautiful Onlicoes at Of cents. Large Lir
at 10 cents. Gonta'.ilk Hiandkerohiefs (
kerchiefs at 10 cents. Ladies' Linen Han
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF S]
ADDITIONS to our large.tnd select st,
TO T H.E L.ADIE S OF FA IR
HAVE just opened and have now 1
large1t an( best. selected stocks of Al
NOTIONS ever brought to this place.
MIIS. BOAG, with the assistance of
Baltimore, intends sparing no paiis in
and kee) thei full during the season.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOOD|
best and icheapest line of CORSETS.
T Ebet in the market for plain o
it-both as a machine and theO range of
with any of the first-class machine on
chines in use In Fairfield 'County.
A fine lot of Planting Potatoes, (
Crackers, Cakes, Candies, Bacon, Flo
Tobacco, Cigars, Bedsteads, Mattresse
To arrive, 15,000 feet of Good Assol
Dry Goods, of all kinds, Millincry,
lot 01 Spring Goods.
V S'TOClK of Firitrwhichw
Furnitire elsewhere, thicn comre to the~
best selection and can buy chieaper. I:
way, Blythewood, Whlito'Oank, Woody
and York. Thius Is ai recUonnnelaiti
AX newv supply ut WVindowv Shades, 'V
Frames, Chiroimos, I l flinks, anid 1l00
The) largest s(uply~ of'4 'in Chambe lr I
beor Snit s. Call ami see thlemil. A new
any. D.oni't liny a Macvhine naerely be
it and1( likes it. Itimembjer that most
mfuled have blit Iit tle meritli. Tihe one14
imoc andI vextion)1, Is noIseless, ri
it. llemnemberi thle Gold Medlal was av
over' eighty comrpeti lors. I d carfr
aIlways g( ~ive enitiirt ISaifacion1,. tl
Sashi Fact ory'. All (orders en truhe 4(I
thie lowest prices. Furniitutre neatl reI i
prepariedl toi maike to orider. 14tilberi al
IngI Machine iNeedles and1( atlachmnits
nie'. D oii't, fit| cll be 1((I nfore~ yasi21S
SEEDS THAT SURPRISE!
fron anyihlin iver r iW hornd .aioIot a a or
k. iod O n ~ il 0 ca. a h ntprSy
n r an. bait tiaort itp ra. l by rhon
lsin ri e l f hran ooadr ko nin
nethr Rt hrowu otheM.fr, c ~orn a falls. Une ule
e ig y ,onop in e ap o ui2 ia a pah' of
apapor. A ~~thao.vo esrenr1,30.eac'for$
eiAddn v. r.ywayLDRTc, & aCO. Atlnt~n s
ii oe: Hon.i w .or ot.e Con ata yr ofqle
iolding out attractivo and flashy ad.
Ihe public: a long array of prices and
plowing colors, an attractive array, as
tway from home. The past exporienco
varning against all such flimsy ap.
nd help to build up your own business
rou can go for redress in case you are
)LD OHEAP CASH STORE OF B.
e OLD STAND in Gerig's Building
11 bills bought away from HOME.
DGOTUING AND RAT DE..
[en's, Youths' and Boya' Btraw Goods,
d in a few days, Our line of shirts in
teviots is full at prices to suit all. The
for 10 cents. Corsets at 50 cents,
I that we are the friends of Home
Cheap Storo of WINNS30RO,
wors of sprillg
Ac 0- D M -- JS . S,
at:8, cents. Beautifal Lawns at 61 cents.
te Towels .at 25 cents. Large Linen Towels
oantiesat 10 cents Ladies' Lawn Hand
dkerchiefs (Marvels) at 25 cents.
'IOES IN ALL QUALITIES
:ck made every week. Samples sent on
IORTES t& EDMUNPS,
COLUMI IA, 8, 0.
'IELD COUNTY ;
-eady for your inspection one of the
ILI'JNEltY, FANCY GOODS AND
her new milliner, MISS BLACK, of
-these departunuts, and will replenish
9, R~uttons and trhuings to match. Th'le
Also a lot of Lineni Ulsters and Under
IACH IN ES.
eheavy and fine family sewing. ONE
ARD) to anyv one who can compel~te with
work it. tunrns out. Warranted to wear
the market. Two hunidred of these Ma
)nion Sets, Seeds, Corn, Oats, Cheese,
ur, NeIal, llhams, Smiokinmg anid Chewing
s. Tebles, Safe~s, Chiris, etc.
etc., low dlown to make room for a newy
J. 0. BOAG.
ill lhe the hf est, iumndsomest alnd ycap
r* de4sign ani workmashipiil '~i unequa led
iint ed to be ats repVrsented. Price youri
first.-classc storo where you wilt have the
ca m ind1( thaitlI ship goods to Ridge.
vmrd's, Illackstock, and as far as Chestcr
of t he qnliy and1( price of my goods.
ail I 'octs, Birackets, Mirrmors, Picturo
k ShelOve's, chea~fper than (he cheapest.
Sets, maderl to match Cottage and Cham.
supply of Sewing Machines as good as
'anisc your mrothor or your neighbor has
,f thie maichhias that are most largely
you wantif is i m 01)0 that wvili save yotu
mas light and ,' 'I last. a long time. I have
mIrded:( to one of the Machines I rep)resent
'oni to many that are using It, and it has
mebriiii: that~ I am agent for a Door and
,ime will have prompt attention and at
pirei(d la moderate prices. I am also
id Shin lgles ihr sale at small profits. Seiv
and1( parts of Machines canI1 he had through
ig elisewhore. Ri. W. P'IIILLIPS.
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