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TOWN AND COUNTY,
SATUItDAY April 0, 1 : 2 1881,
Chatpter Meetintg-T. R. Robertson,
F. 1F. E. Company-J. 1. Harden,
-Mr. A. P. Miller invted the ofilcO
e sterday to partake of soda water
from his now fountain. Thle beverage
lwoved dellious, anid( was of course
much enjoyed, Ile will keep it on
haid all the summer.
--Mr.. ', W. labenicht advertises
that he Is now ready to serve his cus
tomers and the public with all the
summer beverages, and with Bergner
& Engel's celebrated lager beer'
which latter he keeps fresh and cold
all the time,
-We are pleased to learn from a
cominicloation received here on Wed.
nesday front the Clerk of the United
States Supreme Court, that the appeal
- lis been dismissed li the case of Harvey
Terry vs. The Planters' Biank of Fair
field. This ends the Terry bank cases
i this State.
-We were in error In stating in our
last Issue that tie Gordon Light In
fantry would be the guests of the
young ladies of the Columbia Female
College at the approaching picnic. On
the contrary the Gordons propose do
ing the honors of the occasion, and
Will extend the hospitalities of the
town to the young ladies in true sol
dierly style. Full particulars of the
picnic will bo given next week.
DEA'I oF Mus. Guoiu 13.. ADDISON.
-Mrs. Mary C. Addison, wit of
Ocorge B. Addison, Esq., died at her
husband's residence in Edgcfleld coun
ty on Friday last at the age of thirty
live. She was the eldest daughter of
the late Hoi. Preston S. Brooks, and
U grand-daughter of the late Rov.
Robert Mecans, of Fairfield. Much of
her early life was spent in this county,
anid liher former friends and acquaint
"nces will mourn that one so lovely
und so noble has been -called away in
the midst of ier usefutness.
Til; CowrENs CENTENNI A L.-Thanks
are returned for a very handsomely
engraved inivitation to attend~ thle Cow
pen-Is Centenni11al Inl Spartanlburg Onl
the I Ith of May. Tbe committee ofI
arranigemvnts cosists of n the o.
A. Couirtenay, W'. K. Blake, Esq.,
Dr H . liitsh, Prof. Chairles Pet
ty. Col. T. S. lier,1ow, Capt. G. D.
Bryani, Lieut. A. WV. Mlarshall, Lieut.
WV. S. Simmons. J. B. 0. Landrutm,
Esq., Gen. J. C. Anderson. Lieiti. G.
1. Edwards, Lieut. J. C. Johnson and
,28. S. Ross. Amoig other notables,
thePresident and Mrs. Garfield and
Secreltiry f-liline are expected to be
present, besides a number of govern
or's from othier States,
DEAT OF ul. JOus .)OHNSDN.
11r. Joniohnisoni, of this pla2ce, was
fonda dead in his bedl on Friday morn
in1g. lle haed been unwell for some
dlays, but t here was no reason to ap
prehend a fatal terminationi of his
sickness. le is supp~losed to have died
from heart. dlisease, of' which lhe had
some1 symptoms at dlitlerent times be
fore. Mr. ,Johnson was a native of
iIrelad(, but canme to \yinnisboro-about
ten years ago. Hie was about thirty
three years of. age, and had miade many
friendsl in this coniunty . Th'le funieral
services werei' held in t he Pres~byterian
cnhurchtynr'd on Friday afttemrnoont, anid
were perf'ormned by the Masonic
Midchanel Patrick O'Cantiol Is No More.
Sketch of a Distinguihed Man--One of
Carolina's First Menm andi Most Emincnt
Chtarest~nti iNews andi Courier.
For hinm who lies ini peace with rest
ful hands this mnorninig, it had been
hot ter, perhaps, had heo never knowni
the vicissitudes antd responsibilities of'
political life. It was alI loss to himt.
.lho gain was to htis peole and the
State. So must it he too often in sucht
times as these, with mina most worthy
of pulici trust.
Nichael Pat rick O'Connoir was born
in Beaufort, S. CI., on September 29,
1831, and was educated at St. John's
College, 1%ordham, N. Y., whcro lie
was graduatedl int 1849. The tmcxt year
ho camne to Chtarleston, atid begani the~
sttudy of the laW. In 1864 Ite was ad
miuted to the ba'. Thero wvas tto long
wvaiting f'or busineoss In the c ase of Mr.
O'Conntor. Success was sooti achtioved
in the walks of his~ professiont, butt his
popularity and~ his power as a public
sp~eaker led him htito polities, andc itt
1858 Ito was elccd a memiber of the
State Legislature. 1lonr titmes he was
re-elocted, the successive terms otnding
in 1865, It w~as mnot by any subservion
cy that. lhe retained the contfldentce of
thle pe~ople. lIt his fIrst termn lie made
a stronig spetech in thme House ofiRopre
sointatives against resolutions declarintg
that it was tht! true policy of'thte State
to re-op~en the slave trade. Thec next
- year he mace the legislative halls rinig
with an appeal for te maitntentanco of'
the Utnion of the States. But the cur
rent set towardcs secession wviith ove~
increasing strenigth, stid Mr'. O'Conmnor
loyally acquiesced In the decision of
the State, givintg his whole Itoughts
to the bloody sttngghn ini which the
Soth was soon1 engaged, atdc lhoping
to thte oend that intdep~endentce wvoLd be
'IThe wvar over and the property Ito
had inihetited swep~t away, Mr. O'Coti
itor imnmediately' wvent to'wvork. There
was noe abatement in the trust amnd es
teenm of'hnis old1 clients, anid lie enijoyed
a large and profitab~le prtactice. The
course5 of' politics he closely watchedc,
but. the Natil~tal Do nocr'atic platformi
of' 1868 wvas not. In htis opinion, wise
or likely to be beneficial to the South,
and he abstained from active partici
pation 1mn lolitical afinirs until 1872,
whten he wvas elected
A DELEGATE FROM saoUTH CAftOLYNMA
to the National Detociid Convent.
tion. 4Itas then to bo. :determnited
whetheir the .ioination -of IUorace
Greoely should b'a comnfirmmd by
)aloeta .Teri Was a. B
tion tirembled i. the Wlinck' Mr.
tOConr, at t.isi imoieit, ejnIaig to
his feet, and In an impassioned address
p1ortrayed the'duty Of the Democratic
Iarty to itself and to the couitry, with I
a po'wer that bore down dissent and I
caused the platform and resolutions
recognizing the results of (lie war and
the binding force of the. constitutional
amendmeits, to be adopted by an over
whelming majoiity. 'lis speech gaye
Mr. O'Connor a national reputation as
an orator, The man and the hour had
met. In the campaign which follow
ed, Mr. O'Connor canvassed Massachu.
setts in company with Gen. Bradley
T. Johnson, speaking at nearly every
important point in tle State.
Mr. O'Coinor was a delegate from
South Carolina to the Natiomal Con.
vention of 1876, and was a imeiber of
the cominittee appointed to infor1m
Mr. Tilden of li. nomination. Ill tlat
year hie was nominated as tihe Demlio.
eratic candidate for Congress ill the
Second District of South Carolina, tin
(er peculiar circumstances: The De
mocracy, after a long struggle, in
which opposing views were held by
mien of equally patriotic purpose, de
cided to nonlinate a Aill Democratic
ticket, with a Deinocraic candidate
for every oflice to be filled at the ensu
ing general election. There was not
at the time any widespread expecla
tion that the State ticket would be
elected. The change in the prospect
later on was wrought by the uinfag
ging work of tihe united Democracy, I
the former Opponents of the Straiglit
out policy being conspicious by their
energy.and devotion. It was ilifficult
to find iproper perSons willing to accept
what was deened the barren honor of
a nomination where there was no Iope
of an election. This was the ease ill
this Congressional District- Major
Barker consenting to be nominated
For Congress merely in order that
there should be no gap on the ticket..
Two days after, Major Barker dc
clined to run provided any other per- I
son were found willing to undertae
the race. M r. O'Connor was nominat
ed, aiin made a vigorous fight, but
was defeated. In 1878 lie was elected,
and again in 1880.
AS A CONGREssMAN,
Mr. O'Connor was an earnest worker,
interesting himself in many measures
for the benefit of Charleston and the
colored people, especially in the mat.
ter of the Freedman's Bank swindle.
Mr. O'Connor's highest ambition
was gratified wlien lie was elected to
Congress. A candidate, at first,
agaiist his will, lie soon was fascinat.
ed by the variety and excitement of
life In Washington, and could not look
with equaniinity upon the prospect of
defeat in lie futuro. T'hroughout his
first term lie was exposed to is harass.
ing and fatiguing contest on the part
of ins oppilonent in this District, and no
sooner had lie received his certificate
of election last year than a new claim
for his seat confronted him. These
contests and the feverish activity and
chronic fret of Congressional life wore
him down and wore him out. The
seeds of the disease weie sown during
his canvass of Ithe District last sum
imer, ald they ripened all too rapidly.
At his post he remained, however, ui
til Congress adjournied. Thei, bowed
and broken, he cannei home to die.
surely M. P. O'Connor had not. an
enemy, and the friends ho had lie
oupnid depend oin as they could rely on
him, Always aiectionate-, generous,
tenmder' and considerate, with a bright
smile lor every acquaintance and a
firum, strong grasp, of the hand for
every, fi-iend, his beaming eye amid
cheering face will long,!long 1)e iuissedl
in.Ch larlestoni. Honored lhe was b~y
this lpeople; loved lhe was by those
who knew~ the sweet sinplicity of his
gent Ie, affectioniate ntu~re ; reinmuber'
cr1 lhe will be as one whose whole ea
reer was free from the stains ot'mailice,
envy and revenge, and wvho leaves to
those hearts a ache for -himn to-dlay the
priccious memnory of whose life adloi 1Ld
tby generosity anid charity, and by a
kindlinmess that never failed.
A Prxoihinent Vaurig Man Chaorged With
Speclol to the savannah News.
Cn~~uu.:'roN, 8. 0., April 2.
yonng man belonginig to 01ne of the
muost, resp)etuable fiunilies inm the city,
andit a conildential clerk of a pmromineiit
cotion faci'br here, disappeared1 abont
hiree weeks ago .and has not been
heard of since. T1hie hia-tei' was kept
a p)rofound secret, but it has leaked
ont. that at the time of his disappear-.
ance the fhetor was rob~bed of about
three thousand dollars by means of a
raised cheek, which was p~resenited to
th;e South Carolina Lonn and Trust
Comnpany of' this city and cashed.
The factor declines to make any
charges aigainst the yottng man, whose
nal no is cons~eq uently withheld from
publication, but it is knowni that theI
information has bent telegrap)hed to
police headquarters iii all the South
--Hall's Vegetable Sicilian hair no
newer is no ne0w ptl'rtioni for th6
pubib to ex periment with ; its success
is ulinparailleledl for restoring gray hair
to ifs natural color, promoting its
growth, and1( prodiuig new hiair' ori
bald heads. *
rflUE regular monthly convocation of
..Winn sboro Chapter, No. 2, wvill be
held iri the Masonie Hall on Monday eve
ning, the 2d of Ma~y, at 8 o'dladk. 'The
Royal Arch Degree wvill be conferred.
T .1R. ROBERTSON,
ap 30-It eretaf'y.
A SSEMBLE for antriversaiy parado at
L. your Engine Hoitso, at io'clock
(Monday) May 2 in full dres~ niform
shirt and bhak pants. A faill attendance
is requested as an election of officers will
be held just after tile parado
ap 30 Secretarg.
NOTICE TO CONTRIACTIORS.
rp U11 T1on Council proposo to lot, out
.oli dotitract tar one year from May
1, 1881, tile keepiig in order of the
Istreets and pavemnfif, bridges aind oross.
ings of (lie town, comimencing aind ead
ing at specilled limits. The limits of the
streetsq and patoments to be worked may
be ascertained by referonOc to a diagrm
Iplaced in miy hands' by Coneil.
The contractor to gi've bopd with ap
proed ure~yIn the um of two hundred
an iy(250) dollars for the perform
ance of coptract, Concill paying monthly
such inmtlnasnt, as shall 1)0 agreoovl upon.
8caled proposals will be recei ed by
the un dorsignda t.ill May 1, 1891. C unolil
reserve to thiomisolves the right to eject
any or all bids..
By order of ConncIl:
- E. S. CHANDLER C
i pn -.tid.
OFFICE or COUNry TiaE:W URn.
INaNso, S. ( ., Alnil 10.
T HE books of this oflico will he opeu
receivO the taxes of the fiscal year
1880-81, On the first day of MAy 18P1, an<
remain open to the firs! day of Juno fol
lowing. Tho rate por centul is It foI
'own. Con. T o t a
shis State. Co. Fence. el. 31ills.
No. 1. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 2. 6 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. :3. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 4. 5 3 1-5 2-. 10.1-5
No. 5. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1.
No. 6. 5 3 - 2 10
No. 7. to 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 8. 5 3 -- 2 10
No. 9. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
Nro, 10. 5 3 - 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 11. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 12. 6 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 13. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 14. 6 3 1-5 3A 11.7-1(
No. 15. 6 3 1-5 4 12.1-5
A poll-tox of Ono Dollar Is required o
Ill male persons between the ages o
wxventy-one and sixty years, except thos
vxoipt by law.
Tese taxes shall be due and payable ir
wo equal instalments, as follows: Th<
Irst instalmot shall be duo and payabbc
'rom the firt day of May to the first. day
)f June, 1881. and the second instalmeni
thall be duo and payabldo from the fif
centh (lay of September to the thirty
Irat day of Octobor, 1881: Provided, Thal
L, shall be, and is herehy, left to the op.
ion of any lperon either to pay th<
inount of' the first in talment at the tim<
irst inentioned, or to pay the whoh
imount at tho time of t.ho paymeit of til
iecond instalmont thernof: Provided fur
her, That if any person whosoever shal
rail or refuse to pay his or her taxcv dat
inder the first instalment, he, she or tho
haill be charged with a penalty of fiv<
)er centum on the firrst instalment, whicl
)efnalt-y shall be added."
The Treasurer is authorized to receivi
n payment of the above taxes only goli
Lnd silver coin, United States eurrency
iational Bank notes and Coupons, which
haill become payable during the yea
881 oi the valid .onsolidate Bonds o
his State, known as "Brown Bonds.'
rury tickets and the per diem of StWt'
vitnesses in the Circuit Court will be re
eived for County Taxes, not, includinit
JAMER Q.. DAVIS,
ap 19- County Treasuror
E G JEWE C H
.-. 0 m
0hr tie:" he BelnPrktcotisag
pe c c
a ote n
to. kyr e b I
h Ch p ,
To antrop cet u ne .yl0. iThe t lcan be re
sott: The Royn ili C'asket contains i gahy
ring, eleath craln gne sta' m bo, acy' nelk
race, cetor ee e st ns orae gold p r'bmd laIs
bakrace esrPnOeKf. plated Indy'aset,oi
cameoscarfpn ese' Paian toiamord tti
Mats crs with l P. id cn benrea
jThsee buytlonss, patrt llar e.%me' butnplates
lceon. Malese )~e-riga with gol Int
brettles, goetc' full nc ob. atethyestset l
fuplateel b Sets, twhe to godlae tts,jet anc
tcameo scarf pine. gld'tf pate dle'a ons
Te wle oft tens plate colletton pin'
secure by mall for -f, 2 for ei .70. 4 for $1. This in
can be retailed ensell at, from $5 to flU. Addre'ss
N. Y. JEWVELRJY ( )., A tlanta, On.
,TIE A TLA NTA .LoDF 5ays: "'Tis ennpaiy Ii
perfectly reliabule, and the' amiount they gIve fo:
your money is autoutnding."
APPEAL FOR AID.
Messrs J~litors: Pride of Fitirniold Lotdg<
No. 2115, G. U. 0. of 0. F., will hol
heir first aiudil colebiation ,June 8,\l881
bedges from Columbhs and Chet e' wi
be present. D)onations are asked fret
Aho citizens5 to assist in msaking tile occa
non a success. JBasnds of mlusic will b,
[lore from different p~ >iin. lams. 11lou1
1,nd such like, wvill be gladly received b,
Lhe Commnitten. also monev. Donaition
ivill be handed1 to any one 'of the Commit
eo or our agents.
IYO. D. SMART, W. J4. McDOWELl.
r. M. McCALL, H. M. McINTOSHI
ap 23- Ohnirmian Collmtt ce.
LADIES' ItACE FIOHIUS
TWENTY--FIVE PAIRS LADIE!
SHOES-NO. 8 and 4-At THll
LOW PRICE~ OF ONE DOLLAF
"COME TO SEE ME."
I 1EW STOR~E
WE, the midersigned. respecifully ir
form the citizens of WINN0Iilto an
vicinity thiat we have REMOVED1) to
And are now in receipt of a full line
now and desirable
SPRING AND SUIMER GOOD!
Which we will sell at the lowest pric<
Laces and Embroiderics, wich we offer a
accordingly low prices.
Wo resPectfully atsk lihe attention of t1i
Ladies to our entirely now fresh
stock of these goods.
English Swiss, Plain and 1lailled Nat
sooks, Piques, in-great variety.
Ladies' Lane Scarrs, Ti's and Fows, i
fifteen cents, worth thirty-fivo cents.
BEAUTIFUL SPRINO SUITS
FINE, MEDIUM and C071110"
For MEN, YOUTIIS and BOY.
MADE TO ORDER.
Suits made to order at very ;ow price
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
1P.'Lalitookor & Bia
Is a purely vegetable bitter and powerfu
tonic, and is warranted a speedy and el
tain cure for Fover and Agne', Chill
nd Feover, .Intermittent or Clil
over Remittent Fever, Du1mbi Agua
Porio ieal or Billous Fever, an<l al
-msalarial disorders. IXnumiasinatic dli
tricts, the rapid pul1sd, coated tongue
thirst, lassitudol, loss of appotita, pain il
the back and loins, and co1ltlcSs of th
Spine and extremities, are only premnoni
Lions of severer symptoms whicli teril
ate mn the aguoe paroxysm, sneceeded b;
high fever and profuse perspiration.
It is a startling fact, that quinine, ai
sonic, and other puoisonous minerals forti
the basis of most of the " Fevexr and Ago
P Ireparations,"' "'Specifies,"' "yrups;
and " Tonies,'" in the market. The proj
arations made from theso mineral peisomi
although they are palatale, and matu
break the chill, do not cure, but leave thi
thlaia andte thpr odn dIrlg poison I:
the stm,-rodcin uinisnm, dlizzinesI
ringig in the cars, hea ache, vertigo, ani
other disorders more formidable tha:
the dilseaso they were intendedi to curt
AYERi's AoUE ConE thoroughjY oradicate
these noxious poisons from Who systen
and always cures the severest case5.]
contains no0 ijpinine, mineral, or any thin
that could 1injure the most delicate pi
tient; anm ts (!ai'oistg excellence, aboev
its certainty to curo, is that .it leaves th
system as frco from disease as before thi
For Liver Complaints, Avmr's Aou
C~unn, by direct action on the liver an
biliary apipardtus, drives ont thbe poisor
wvhich produce these complaints, an
s timniat es the system to a vlgorou;
We warrant it when taken accordini
IPrepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co
Praotdeal and iAtalytjeal (Jhemtste;
OoLD BY ALL DRUGGI8T8 ETEalYwnBRE.
vaie.64 NtW CHARL.ES.Sj,
boro, S. C. dec
T TONSE lSIIlNFO 'Io 1TIT
W E ha just emplyed some of t
m ost, skillful and experience
workmen, and are no0w ready to do
kinds of' house carisenter's wvork. -1
have also made arrangements Withti:
leading saw mills to fiurnish us with lur
b'er. So on afhl after this datto We arer
pared to do all kinds of work. I'er'b
desiring to have old houses ropgirod,
contemplate building, will do well'to ~
an estimate- from uhoiegvngout co:
a seiat. DrWi are versed iii all the ne
styles and cuts of the day. Opntra(
-taken aywhiero in the South. All wol
JOHN I. PUWJ'ELL & BROs.,
JWinnaboro, S. C,
- -- U -
,. R1VALRY, CALM YOUR EXCITED
AND REST-A LONG RELEAS
'TIS BETTER THAN THE ENDI
3,488 yards of Calicoes at 5 cents,
2,000 yards of f Shirting at 41 coe
2,000 yards of Jeans and Cottona<
BRAINS, ENERGY AND CA
200 pnirs of Ladies Cable Shoes, y
price of $1.25.
FR l/ .A.
1-,50 Marseille Quilts at $1.60, fOrI
25 pieces Piques just received in a
15 and 20 cents.
PRICE THESE GOODS B
100 Men's Straw Hats. The bigg
for CASH, only 50 cents. Just think o
89 Men's Hats at $1.00 each.
5 dozen Ladiep' Trimmed Hats frc
& CO., at half their original value.
Teas, Sugars, Coffees. Molasses f
25 Boxes Soap to arrive this week
SPACE DOES NOT PElMIT ME T
BARGAINS I AM OFFERING
No Fictitions Or I
J L. MIM
EfLEGANT IN FIWIs2K,
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
p .-;AT THlE'r
CAMBRIICS, NECK W EA\R.
AN ELEO.\NT P'IFCE OF DOUBLE WVIDT11
FiI ENCII IIU NTrNO.
SALL KIND)S DP1OMSI'I YI~ GOODS.
\$M I IA T ,81i IIJ NIt),, CI IlATG
A BEAUIFIUL LINE OF SHOES IN ALL
GILOBEJ KlD G.LOVE' 10 AliRIV E IN A F2W
J. M. BEATY & Co.
We haelv ths opatmntin the
tho loweost pricoi
SI \9IIS, COFFEES. TI BRRAN S Pl ~II ED
CHAFEE ChE I'O FAThI)N )ERIE
ALWAYS OLAD TO sEE OUR FIENDS AT
J. M. BEATY & Cd.
.- CON FECTI NER1ES,
to F'RUCITS, 1DlTC.
1-- rfilP ulndersigne~d hiavifig plfrchorled the
0- 1. stook in trade, recenfly owned by
its A. P. Miller, pposca to sell t1-.e same a
ran d holow or~fht ioot. IHe offers F onoh,.
ot ICandy ate th ty-tivo conts per pound,
n-Ladies' Biutko at cost, Dolls and 'Toys
A~ nd always on hand, Fresh Bananas, Or- I
angezi, Lemons, Apples, Cakcoand Broads
of differont kidIs
J. W. AIKEN..
2At Bread, geozd and fresh, &lways n
band. mar l-.tx~m Jj
NERVES, I BRING YOU "PEACE
E FROM TOIL AND CARE."
ESS, HOPELESS, WEARYING
worth 7 and 8 cents elsewhero.
Ats, worth 6 and 7 cents.
Les at 12 cents, worth 20 and 25 ets.
M IS BOUND TO TELL.
orth $1.75, at the astonishingly low
ier price $2.50 and $3.00.
variety of protty designs, at 7j, 10,
st drive ever offered in this place,
m the great slaughter sale of HART
tt 5 per cont. over their original
,-at four cents per pound by the
D tNUMERATE THE DEIDED
THIS SEASON' FOR CASH.
Aill~ Tim Pricos.
! ACKNOWLEDGED LEADE R.
Awgonts for BAZAtt PATTERNS.
~iGARS, ass8orted. 'Cof'ecs, Rio,
J4Laguavra anid Old Gov'. .Java.
Rio and Old G ov. Jav'a Roausted.
TIeas, Black, Imiperili, Gunpowder
a~nd Young Hiyson.
Pears, Peaichie, PinnsppIlesI~. To
maitoes, Salmion, Cor'ned Beef, Deviled
11am and Tu'irkey', SardineIC, &c.
Mlacar'onj and Cheese, Gimzer Pr'e
serves, Pin Ilead Oath, MeIa!, Coopei
LGelatiune, Mustard, Black PeIpper and
Bald wvin Catsup, Cross &. Black.
veo~s Chow Chow, Empire Ch~ow
'Thow, Assorted Pickies, Lca & Per
'inl's Worcestersh irte Sauce.
J. F. McMASTERt & %0.
jUTZt'e$'ceived, a la'go io, of choice
Gardeni Seede of all kinds.
Seed sand eting Irisih P'atat oes of
lhe cholcest kinds. Choice Faily
hrocerloes arriying daily. I havo on
innd a large lot of best qttanlty Sole
scathor, which wvill be sold at low
I am paying highe~st pr-ices for Dry
lides. Give rn's a call.
. W. HI. DONLY,
feb'd2 On the Corner
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N4EW AND f U1RABLE SPtINO
CREAP AND PEUPTTi BPRING
BLACK and colored Cash.meres, AlA
paens, Mohirs, Motnie Cloths, Grenia
di nes, Buntings, elernani Cloths.
LAWNS, Muslins, Lien,Suiting44
Pique, Gingliaus, Calicoes, Nninsookia,
ASK to see "Ronfreu" UInghix
Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonades at
BLEACHED, Brown and Plaid
TABLE Linen, Doylies, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Casing.
IF ANY BODY WANTS A GOOD.
HAT for a little money, let them
call on me. Nobby line of Straw Ilat.
IF ANY MAN OR BOY WANTS A
SIT of good, pretty, nobby, charm
ilig Spring Clothes, let them call oin
IF ANY MAN, WOMAN OR CLUJI
WANTS a pair orShoes, cheap, let
them call on me and get themu.
T HOSE SIIETLAND SHAWLS AR E
A BEAUTIFUL Line of Laces,
Ilamburg Edgings and insertions, Cot
GEN'S' Silk and Linen Handker
LADIES' Linen 1em-stitched Hand
GENTS', Ladies', Misses' and Chil
GENTS' AND LADIES' SCARPS.
COLLA RS and Cuffs, Ruffling, Etc,
BUT WIAT IS THE USE TRYILNG
TO mention everything in the Sore*?
Just come and see m'ne, that is all) -ai4
I will make it pay you.
3IY GROCERY STOU19i
AS tisud, is well stocked with all
the necessaries, and a few of the luxu.
ries, of lite, that is, in the oating lins
But if you shonld leed any hardware,
crockery, glasbwar- or woodonware
why I can11 supply 30u.
SO DON'T FORGET TO CALL OT
ESTAB BISnED talS.
(WOUND oN WHI1TE SroorM..)
GEORGE A. CLARIK,
100 BIROA DWAY, NEW 'VORI(,
Since tho lhtrodheion~ 8f this Spool
Cotto'i into 'the. Aujierican mnal'ket. its sue.
coss has been unpyrecedentod. No other
brand of thread hats ever mot with the
same amount of publio favor in the samo
space of' time.
The ". N. T " ninnufactutors were the
first to recognize the im portance of the
sowing Machino and to fniako a six.-cord
cotton, which has eve' d on the rocog
nized stanldardI for lii'hi hos.
All the imnprovements iri machinery
that the inventivo genius of the nino-.
tooth century has prdduce'd llave boon
adlapted l-'y the mnnufacturerA of "O.N.T."
At dli the greq $ Intertiational Fairq of
the woidd. "O. N. T." hum boon awarded
the highest, honoru.
Tfho '0. N. T." factories at Newark.
N. J., and Paisley; S'cotland, opxplo'y
5,'200 operatives-- hiake sufficient thieond
daiily tel go around tho world four times.
Constiino 1410 tons of coal daily,
Tiho matnufacturors of ''0. N . r
the largest, manufacturers of Spool' 00t.
ton ini the world.
A fidl ssofrtI medt of' thint fpool Co ttonm,
cant bo had at wh~olesnaloajd tetall at JY. M
B3EATVY & CO. 'S. feb 22-txhlr
'I N connection with tihe Buggy ad
.1. Sp ring Wagon business, I have fot
sale the well-known
Farnm Wagon. My onehorso wagons af'd
coupled the same as a two-horse wagour.
have front bondsi and rocking bolster.
Warranted for twelve months..
amp 28 0pp. ,Didevy & Fats
.I.Soap for the prioo. ever brought t9'
Wintiboro. Oall and ba coopyineo ..
McAmVterln nIuinl & rew.n