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DUE~ 'XEW'AND IMM~ALD.
TCESDAT. May 3. I as1.
St. -A ANX ZPA ill, amITor.
O. . .t I-' rIOLA, Asoc A rrl VIo.
OvER vitWnty--lre thousand persons
voted at. the primaries calle4 last weeik
fbr thn reorganization of the Demo.
cratic party in New York city. An
Tammany.has nevcr east more than
eight thousand votes at any primary,
it is thought that this new movement I
will be emuinontly successful.
FJFTEEN yeFtrs ago, Birmingham,
Alabama, was a cotton tleld. Now it
numbers six thousand inhabitants, has
extensive iron fIarnaces and rolling
mills, and has just succeeded in induc
ing a Pennaylvantia capitalist to invest
a million dollars more in steel works.
Yet Frye says the South is dead.
Last Week in Washington.
The post-office thief, Brady, is the
principal owner of the National Re
Publican, of which Gorham is editor.
The Republican throws mud all over
Garfield for removitng Brady, where
upon G4arfield says that the election of
Gorham as clerk by the Senate will be
an insult. that he must resent. Conk
Jing sends an ultimnat-unm to Garfield
that the deadlock cal only be broken
by the withdrawal of Robertson's
nomination for the collectorship, and
Garfield iforms the conmnittee that
such a thing cannot be thought of.
.Mahone has put on suinmer pants, and
his. legs are more pipe-stemmv than
ever. Mr. Nordhofl'o assertion that
Dorsev, who is linhicated In the star
route steal, called Brady a scoundrel,
Is pronounced by IX.rsey a mistake.
Mr. Nordhoff says Dorsey's denial is a
mistake, as he can name the man *to
whotn, and the time at which, Dorsey
called Brady a scoundrel, and thei he
goes on to prove that Dorsey also is a
scoundrel, by giving figures to show
that Dorsey's brother, brother-in-law
and best friend got half a million dol
lars through Dorsey's influence with
Brady, and 1hat Dorsey has botight
their contractu from themi for the
paltry suin of $20,000. laine has the
geut, and Burnitside still swears there
was no bargaini with Mahone, despite
Butler's dozen or more proofs to the
contrary. It. was Senator Morgan who
druv up the thirteen IOPoSition3 on
whic'h the Democratic Senators stand,
and Senator Bavard, who gave them
to the New York Ierald. All this
is last week's Washington gossip.
Mayor Courtenay on Eduoation.
Charleston is fortunate in having so
able, energetic and intiring a person
as Mayor Courtenay at the head of her
anunicipal government. During his
tern of office he has, with the aid of
his council, succeeded in effecting
taany reforms, and in putting the
affairs of the city upotn a sound busi
hess footing. llis annual report to the
council is an admirable production,
evincing a vast amount of' information
and patient research. It is, in fauct. n
ic.-r*-r .a' n eIy, atit espec'ially of
gestions for the future. 'k'he last in
stalment of the message relates to
education, giving a resume of' public
iastruction in the State and city since
1810. In that year $37,000 we:-c ap
piropriated'for the establishmtent of
one free school in each county for
every representative in the Legisla
ture. Two years later an un~suceess
ful attempt was made to abolish this
aystem, tnd from that time on, free
education was to a small extent grant
ed by the State. In 1876 the school
fund for the State was $189,35~2, and
in 1880 $351,415. In 1880 Charleston
receivedl $36,057 from the State and
raised $26,000 mnore by local taxation, a
total school fund of' $62.000, or :i& mills
on the dollar, against 2j mills raised
by Boston. Ini the city there are liye
public schools, with six mialo and
eighty-flye female teachers, and 2,071
white and 2,069 colored pupils. Be
,iides these there are several other in
iitituitionts, partly supported by city
funids, This is a most efieetual refuta
hti of the stale slanders of Radical
demagogues. In proportion to her
means South Carolina, and es pecially
Charleston, does miore tbr eduication
than most of the Northern States.
S3till, as Mayor Courtenay shows, even
the most oarnecst efforts of onfl people
fail ntterly to supply adequate edul
catilonal facilities to our children ; and
unless somne extraneous aid is granted
the percentage of ignorance will long
be app~allinig. lie calls for national
aid, and fortifies his pica by cogent
arguments of his own, and by a strong
memorial of the trustees of the Pea
body fund, in all the' new States
mtost liberal grants of land have been~
given by the government to schools,
in some States amountinig to one-six
teenath of all the soil, With the ex
ctption of the small pittance ini land
scrip fov agricultural colleges, nothing
has been done for the original thir
tecn States, whose valor and mioney
won the Northwest territory and oth
cr ceded territories, and w hetherefore
are entitled to a division of the profits
accrued. It is suggested. that a fund
be collected by the United 8t'atea gov
ernmment, admInistered as the Peabodv
futnd is, through the State superinaten d
MyrCourtenav's message will beI
read with Interest, not alone in
Charleston, but by frienids of educa
tioni everywhere, especially those who
see ini tile dense cloud of Ignorance
overhiangling the lately enfranchised
black race, serious menace to Rlepubli
can Institutions. The latest scandal at
- Washilngton--the star' route swinidle
is striking evidence of thii lat tr.
Dorsey, an tnprincipled adventurer,
was sent to the United States by the
ignorant blacks, and there, by virtue
of his official ponitionl, ho Involved one
of the governmnciital bureaus in whole
sale thelft) and jobberiCs. The daiti
Ing developments . of Grnta *econd
admliniiistration w-ill ever. be a monu
Iment to the crime of' investing igno
rance with power, and to (he truth
that. knavery and debaneliery in one
part of the Union will affect all sece
The Democratic Congress, if not al
ways wise, was honest, and this is
much more than cal - be said of its
Republican predecessors. And when
Northern philant hropists rave and
tear their hair over what they are
pleased to call a free ballot and a fair
Dount, let then remember what their
so-called free ballot and fidr count,
manipulated by Federal bayonets, ac
aomnplished Uot only for the south but
for the people' at large. Let them
road Mayor Courtenay's message aiid
hoed other utterances and then raise
their voice in general accord for intel
ligent suffrage; inade possible by the
most liberal expenditures for the edu
cation of all the ignorant. Why enact
quarantine laws against yellow fever
and the small-pox, whenf festering hot
beds of ignorance aire suffered um'o
lested to taint the air, and send forth
noisome exhalations, fatal not alone to
physical life hut to social, political and
uI'II'iTE M IGQ. T1N.
Soinc Valuable Sggetimid as to Organized
J./essrs. Editors: White i mm'igrati-on
is, we all tdmil, our only Barationi ; as
we cannot increase the white race
rapidly enougih by natural laws to
meet the necessities of our situation.
Imnmigration should be encon raged by
every go)d citizen. The time has come
and the tide has commenced to roll the
stream to our homnes-to brhig to us a
race of people with pure white blood
in their veinls-to help us to build up
our waste places anmd develop the re
sources of our land. It is true that
the means at I he cominand of Colonel
Butler is limited, but lie is to be much
coil)mciled for what lie has done, and
we shoulhl do ill ill our power to aid
him. Altl cannot be doae by hired andt
paid agensl.. Thos4e inlterest'ed, and we
all are, shotild Ilend a helpi og hanud
and give sucl voluiteer tssistaice a1s
cin be(3 rendered. At present the best
thing to do, perihaps, would be to have
public mceting-s at each Court llouse
and appoint i C") commiittee ill each coun
ty consisting of one or 1uore of' the
very best citiswers hr each township.
which couirnittee should select a cen
tral or' execut ive coinimittell at. each
Court louse f1o tihe purpose of aiding
the (011 ll itsiotter.
The execuitive committee shouild re
ceive anid care for immigraits arriving
utiil tiLey procure eiployiemt. Such
inminigranrts Im ight be conined direct
to them I' I Ie cotsmiisionler without
stolipphig over in Colunmbia.
2. To see that immnigrants are em
pluyed by proper parities, to advise
thei and to aid them in procuring the
best wages aid the hest. honmes.
3. The comititee at hlage should
stand, pledged to advise these strangers
arI'riig amnongst, us, andi~ especiaully'
those sot spakingsa our language, ad
to interfere antd protect thien in em~~
4I. A pplicanmts for iminigrants should
be expected to pay the e'xpen~ses of
such ihmmigrants as they emplov while
aailtinmg enmployment aifter th'eir ar
rival ; and( pieferen~ce should be given
to those emuployers wh'lo would refund
the passage money fponm New York to
Columbia, as t his woul'd much increase
the number oft arrivals.
S. The county executive comimittee
nmight keep a register of hands for sale
or ment, together with the names of
parties applying for hired help and
rates of wages offered.
If' such coimmnittees were organize~d
they would readilyr be recognmized by
Colonel Butler wrho could'supply each
inmmigranmt goinag to suchm county with
the names of' these committeien,
written in the characters of the imi'ri
grant's own languaste, also with a not~e
stating that the 1mniigrannt is at. liberty'
to alpplv to such coammitteemien for ad
ice. 13y the way, the comimissionier
shouldl suplyl the Gerinanis, on first
arrival, withI a card conita.hiing a few
hunidred wonde i Germuan with Enig
lish translation opposite, so aLs to enia
ble t hem to lire fill th1ey learn more
English. Such books 'or tables are
found( all over Europe.
And lastly of all, it should be the
duty of sumcim comimit tee to see that
newly arnred Iimminigra nts prompt ly
take out naturmalizat ion patpers, iand,
morme imipor'tant still, this committee
should make it as especial care to in
struct these new-comners as to thme
relativec status of' lhe two races here,
andl to show t hem that they can re
main white and be white ainong white
mcei, or descenmd to the level of the
negro, and b~comeO lower' and blacker
than a negro anmoingst negro(es.
Let us be unerstoodi by the terms
"immigrmant ," "citizen"' and "'our p~eo
>le." We refer to (lie white race oilv.
'he negro has no interest in this mat.
ter, save thatt (lie head of' this column
of white immigration umeas to himt
the beginning of his end ; amid be it so.
Ennuorns or SP'EECH.-Say "I would
rather walk," and not "'I had rather
Say "'I donht nmot tikat I shall," and
not ''but 1 shall."
Say''fi th you anid me," and not "for'
you and 1."
Say ''wh2ether I he prIesenit or not,"
and inot ''present or' no."
Say "'not' that I kn~w," and not
''that I know of."
Sami' "re'turn'l it. to mue,'' and not ''re
turn it. back to me.''
Say "'I seldom see him," and not "'I
seldom ever' see him i."
cSay"'fewer frienids," andi not ''less
Say "if.I mistake not," and niot ''if 1
ani not !mstal;ens "'
ay' "'gamec is pilentindu," and not "'is
Say "I1 ami weak in comparison with
you,'' and gnt ''to y'ou."
SayC' "ia rains veyfs, and not
Sayr ''le was noted forhlis violencee,"
and not ''le was a mnan niotor'ious for
Say ''this nmich Is true," and not
"this1 muclh is true."
May "1 lifted it," and not "I lifted it
A1JANDONING SOU2 E RN2 CJROF.
A lawyer who gave his Imoney liber
alily to (eet the iepublican notninees
in'thle late 'residential electiot Ias
just said to Gath: "4 have) not Iuch
faith in bunding 1tl) Republicat aseon
dency in the Sout by dividing the
loaves and fishes, I think that, Toho R
publicans in the North oi hlt by this
time to undertand that t icre cannot
be prodoutfhenede aud development in
the Southern States as long its the
blacks are stired up by thle white demn
aigogues just ait crop-gathering timne.
I leve had a Juveile experience in the
Southern States since the war. and
have planted cotton there. S spontit
neous is the soil under the sun that
weeds grow faster than the cotton, un
less our labor at that particular pe
riod will fight the weeds out and let
the cotton live. And those political
demagogues, without the least interest
in the prosperity of the people, would
come along with a band of music just
as you were fighting the weeds with
all your hands, and would give a polit
ical howl, and would stop the work
make everybody drunk, and probabl-y
0spoil your investment. To plant. cot
ton you put, perhaps, $60,000 into
your plantation, and then borrow $50,
boo in stuff to eat from your merchant.
Just about the time you begin to see
yonr money In sight, tihe sprinrg )oli,
tics on the negro. That is the cause of
the indignation in the Southern States,
and the Northern people cannot be
made to see it.
"T:ie brain of the white man has
made the South. The negro labor has
been necessary, but so has the labor of
the mule. That diretaiig mind andi
energy residing in #he white man has,
miade cotton one of the great staples (4
the earth, The negro ii to be protect
ed; and since the experimenmt of the
ballot has been carried out, lie shoul'd
vote; but there inst be in the South
ern States the recognition of some
present necessity of safeguards to capi
tal as well as labor. White mien who
Iilanme tihe negroes to abandon the
crops are nmere lncendiarles, whether
they come in the name of politics 01
religion. Malhone thinks he can start,
a white element in the South which
will moderate both whites and the
blacks. It looks to me, however, as if
the white people there had become so
lidified by his mnovenment."
How THEY Do IT xr Otiro.-The
school-book war in the Ohio Legisla
ture is over. The bill was defeated in
the Setirre proposing to constitute five
State officers a conmumission to reeeive
propvals foi firnishinir a series of
rea ern for all public schools in Ohio,
aud to forbid the use ofanivy other read
ers than those appr-oved by the com
mission, who were to fix the price at
which the books should be sold. It is
alleged that ten thousand dollars was
one firm's share ot' the cost of defeating
the measure. The fiual debate in thi
Senate was a very bitter one, full of
--No humility is perf'ect and propor
tionied but that whelicl imiakes u1S hate
ourselves as corrupt, but respect our
selves as immortal; the huiility that
kneels in the dust but, gazcs en the
-11all's Vegetable Sicilian IHair Re
newer is no new preparation For the
public to experiment with ; its success
is unparalleled for restoring gray hair
to its natural color, promoting its,
growth, and producing new hair on'
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL..
LAR TER DOZEN.
HALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
TY-FIVE CENTS PE~R DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RIETUJRNED)
SH EIR RY COBBLERS,
I?. W. HLARENICHTr.
aE. tA1,s AnI Ct'U-.--It orrier to ptlatce a
lltitatle Liver isl W 1iin 1.1u " 'ItUae of till, t1ho
i Orfhilty Apple P11lj*I lmivben reduced to
oull bot. old by all IDruggists in thiS
1Whe'in YOU 110 oth ('hlerOIt In your hogs ai(I
elickens, gIve th1on Hhoenfelu'S Wtock Feed
freely, and they wfil recovecr. It, is test, bow
ever. to CorntInence the ise of the Stock Fetd
at little aheatl of the cholerat season, which will
prevent them fror taking the d1ease.
QUTrMAN. GA., A prl 1:i, 1 *i.
For the benetit of all those whito are tlier.
ested lit raising fowls I take pleasuire lin re omI-a
ilending eeoenfl's Mdica tell Stock Feed. I
harl several ch.ckens witi, hoead i y the!
Itse of this wonderti article, given aecorditg
to directions, all oft (hem go. t ell, and tre nOW
in a healthy Con'dtttona. . WM. TENNILLE.
I f[lly concur in the above.
6. T. PItICE.
Mold by the druggist.; of this county.
fessrs. Lamar, Ibsaikfn & Latnar, Dear Sirs
I had been troubled for a long Ilane before using
our itsuIllptive preparation, vith soltething
Ik A.thml a, and altter lisIng i - ly two bottles
of your Drewor's Lung Iestorc ' breathed per
fecetly i re, a d havo felt no symiptoin of tho
disease Since. I am confildtnt your iedieitie
eured me, aind I cheerfully reecommond it to all
who aT Suffering from Asthwa.
JoH N D. 1t1088.
MACON, GA., Matroh 29, :881).
Messrs. Lamar. Itankin & Lamar, Pear Sirn-.
I have used our Brewer's Lung Restorer for
Verligb, auhave never been troubtwd with it
since using. the tnedicine. I cannot say toe
tuch for It, and cheerfully rcecomimeud it to
aU who need reliet front Vertigo.
Yours truly, J. B. ARTOPH.
MACON, GA., March 20, 1880.
Blessrs. Lanar, Itankin & Lianar, Dear mIrs
I suffered two yeatrs with Consuiption. and
durig the titme was tieated by Drs. Itead
Thots, Cialton anid othersi of this city', and
also by a promlinent physicin of aiteon. Oa.,
wilitout tnding ally rellef. My hlsbalnd bought
mte aix bottles of your Brewer's lung Restorer,
whilch I began to take at oncc, and found id
mtediate relief. I have used th" six bottles and
have never felt a ss aipton of tie dlense since,
id ty geteral health Is better tanl It has
been In years. I therefore recomtneud IL to til
who have Consunption as a Pearl beyond
Price. Very respectfu!lv,
Alt 14. M. OOLSBY.
sold by the Druggists of this coutty.
have been tried. but )on1e with such hippy re
suIlt as i ainkin's Ext rtit of Bucha nnrt J1unp
('.1. If you ate suffert' 1rm any" derannyement
of the Kidneys or iladder. Oravel. P ein or
Weakness in i he Back or HlIp, get a bottle-one
Dr two Vill rellieve you.
This artielo has been before the public for
nearly ten years. aid its sale is constanmtly In
nre dt'g-nd that w'th very 1tile ntertiung
-whleni proves it to bo an at tieln of nerit.. We
have testnionals fromi zr-mae of th1 leadling
ph.tsiclaini of Gleorglia, South Carolina and
Florida, and other States: in reg 'id to Its re.
liability ais a Diurelle, and a rentedy for the dls
nasa's for willett it i4 OifmmnPWtde.(l
Prepared only by liunt, Itankit & LAmar
DruggIsts, Atlanta, Ga , and for sale by all
MACON. GA.. Nov. 1, 1879.
Dr. C. J. Moffett-Dear SIr-We have been
aindlinei- 'T'oettina for sevtr anl yea s and ihe
emanmd increases its the artiele becomesi I--tre
luced and Is k iown. Our sales tve ...o f.-.-in
%wo to three g' oss per month. We bet.ve that
rotir Teethina (Tcething P.owderL.) wall e-vetm.
1ily becomne a standatid andil pe-be r.
le, for it no efny:e inlwanee hJa R faj od to gite
icitisfaction. No vomnplaii In. has ever been mnaide
o Its, hence WI, CO1ttaudil that it does all you
laim for it. Nordl is bound to qv-ceed.
HUNT. ICANKIN a: LAM ..t, Drnggists.
PeRnny, OA., April 141. 1979.
I have watcheel the use of I in itedlicine now
known-as- -w f'syphfillle spectic" since the
tear 1827-over al0 years--aind have never hearti
f i faliuro to cure when properly taket. I
'lomnenced the iuse of it oi my slaves, between
1850 and tS14. and also ,Old i iumbotr of nay
neighbors ald in every case: that camnie within
lily Knowledge it effected a tcure. It 135 my
rot.hor-lin-law, Georg. Walker. boutght at ioce
1on a slave not irrr-te'l. After the plirtchase
t was discovered that be hal had Syphiti for
twelve year-* Ills head was withol' a h1air. on
it He treated hin with this reroetly, and in
ronr~ weeks ho was souand andt well, and in a
short, t.Ini~e htad as flo a Iaent of it Ir as was
ever owned by a negro. lie ownted this slave
mnany , and he never hand anyt r aetilrn of
ble cure~ atde by this tmedlcane itt all any
past. lIf I have tevetr kinown a r'emedyu I hat,
would so fully atccofanplish what Iit, la'eCOmf.
mionadedl to do. It. L. DENNARtD,
I'llE SW IFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Proprie
torA Atlanta, Una.
Sold1 by all Druggist s.
Call for a copy of.* Young Mon's FrI'emt."
DefectIve Watcha Cases are onte of thte chIef
?nuse's of so tmany watcites ntot being good
atem ieces. Thea catses beingthlina aud nIot lIt
hang well, itdlnit dlust atnd dirt, to the tmove
laentL wichl soon interferes witht the i'ttnanng
parts of the wvatch nt'eessitatlng eletaning, re.
pairitng, &c., na:i the~ notatnt thtus ptaidt Out if
Illplledt towuard buying a good case in tihe be..
gining, w-old hav't rav'ed all this trouble andtt
Spenase'. We have recenttly Scott at ease tihat
mteers all thes r'eqtuir'eimcnts, it htaving been
ar'riedl for over twenty year's and still remainls
perfect. We refer to the JA.9. 'lOSS' Patenat
'it lff'ened Giold Caseo, w.hlceh hats become oine
it the sttaple artieles of the Jewelr'y Liade,
possessing as it does so maniy audv'antages over
tll other' watch calses, being' made of two
Ilenlvy plates0 of solid gold over' a plate of comi
ost ilon. Allnd we advise atll ourI readers to ask
1th' JeOweler for a card or entalogueo that wvill
L'xphiin thec ianlaer In which they lary mtoilIae
It is thte only3 811'oned Chase tatit withi two
hlattes of g')ld, seamllessa pttndtats, andt centrle,
molid J''lnts. Crown'i pietces, &(., all ref whgilh are
'overed by letters patent,. Theiarefore huty no
:as '(fort) conasulting a Jewehot' iwho keeps thte
yol u mty loenu lthe dlf~iee betwveen It andt
all imul~ittionS tat clalim to be equally goid.
Fot' sale by iih r'esponasible Jewi-lers. Ask to
see thea wairranat that aecomnpanies each catse,
atnd don't be p~ersuadeitd thalt, any 01oter' make of
anse 1 is good-. ap 12.
WtE Ihve no0w opened ourl STOCK
of SPRING and SUmMER DRY'
GOODS, and askl an1 in)spection of
tho samoe by the P UIC.
Each Department~ is full and
Complete, and in Styles, Quality
md Pr-icos arlO Second to NONE
All we askr is that you examnino
OUlR STOCK, and wo will convince
you limd Wo
"T ALK SOLID FA CTS."
McMASTER, PRICE & Im TCIIIN.
ENLARGE AND DEVELOP THE FORM,
If abrunk wholly or in part from nature or dIs.
('IIe. Advico free. Deserthe~ case and send talmanp
to I'. De I, U-i. Atitta, Ija. Nc huabug; ttttra.
In Rolation to Lloemses for T'rago in
* 1 E IT ENACTED and ordained by tho
Iutondait and Wardens of tho
Town of Winnsboro, S. 0., in Council
1. That in all Licenses hereafter grant
ed for tho retail truflie in spfrituous aId
malt liquora, it shall be i condition that
wheno er, in the opinion of the Town
Counwil of said Ton n, the closing of the
bar-rooms shall be necessary to thepeace
and good order of the said Town, by roa
son of thoro being a largo assembiago of
persons in said Town on a public day or
otherwise, the bar-rooin of the person so
licnsed shall be closod on thu request
thlIreor by tde Inteindant.
'i. That any failure to comply with the
provisions of the first Auction of the Ordi
nanuo shall be at ucause of furfoitiro of
Donein Connoil this 19th day
(SJCA L of April, 1881, under the cor
porato seal of the said Town
JOHN J. NEIL,
E. S. CnANDLEn. Intendant.
ARP constantly being received by me,
a syLOpsis of which I give below.
NEW ORLEANS MOLASE91M AND SYTRUP8
A LL G fA DES.
SUGARS, FUOM fTiE IHIOIIEST TO THE
''ll V FINST FLOUI IN TIlE MARKET-"1THE
'A'1N'I' FAM ILY"-AtLyO ALL ORADES
JACKSON'S JIEST FAMILY FLOUR.
CALIFORNIA PEARS, Someting Choice.
SUCCOTASH, Beans anti Corn Combi-ned.
PEPPER. ETC.. ETC.
I ALSO INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR
Give me a call and examine for yourself.
Articles too numterous to mention.
D. R. FLENNINKEN.
M. L. KINARI'S
GlOthing Empo filY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JUST received the largest and most
complete stock of SPRING CLOTHING
that has ever been in the State, and at.
prices to sait the times.
SUITS OF MTDDTTNP.Y FLANNE~L,
w arranted, at $12.50.
MEN '8 ALL WOOL CUE VIOT SUITS,
Warranted, at $10.50.
YOUT hS' SUITS FROM S3.60 to $15.00.
BOYS' SUITS $1.50, $2 00, $2.50, AND
AL'SO a fine stock of Taylor's eel brated
Mackinaw Straw Hats' and Manillas,
in shades of Silver. Tan, Chocolate
I HAVE addedc to amy stock fine shoes fur
gentlemen~ to complelte nn outfit, guaran
teed nr' to rip or break; if thoy do, will
give another pair,
LADIES' LACE FIOHIUS
TWENTY-FIVE PAIRS LADIES
SHIOES--NO. 3 and 4--AT THE
LOW PRICE OF ONE DOLLAR.
"COflE TO SEE M1E."
OUR nowspaporo are constantly ho<
vortisomonts calculated to mislead the
unheard-of fabrics are set forth in glov
inducements to spend your money awa
of us all should provo a wholesome war
peals. Spend your money at home, and
men whom you know and to whom you
not satisfied with purchases, The OLI
SUGENHEDIER is still alive at the C
and stands ever ready to duplicate all b
WE call special attention to our CL
PAILTMENT. A fino line of Men
in all styles and colors, will be added ii
Laundried and Unlaundriod, and Chevi
best bleached muslin in the maiket for
worth $100. Call and be convinced tb
Enterprise, and that ours is still tho Cl
ap 14 j3, STJTG
Th Earliest Floy
]D~ED-SI )E6 T-DJs c
HAVE RECEIVED Beautiful Caribrica at 8
Bealutiful Calicoes at (.I cents. Large iUnen
it 10 cents. Gents' 1i lk -Jin 1kerchitfs (b at
kerchiefs at 10 cents. Ladies' Linen Ilandke
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SHO.
ADDITIONS to our large and select stock
TO THE LAD.ES OP FAIRFIE
IHAVE just opened and have now read
argest and best. selected stocks of MiLl
:OTIONS ever brought to this place.
MRS. U1OAG, with the assistance of her
Bailtimnore, intenids a4paring no pains in the
111d keep theim ull duinig the seatsol.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS, Il
best andc cheapest, line of CORSETS. Ali
1I'"")C"t in"themarket for plin or hi
TH''IOUSAND DOLLA RS RE WAR]
.t-both as a machine anzd thec range of wc
w~tih aniy of the first-class machine onl the
:hines inl use in Fairfield County.
-ALSC0 I NT
A fine lot of' Planting Potatoes, Onic
Dirackers, Cakes, Candies, Baconi, Flour,
l'obacco, Cigars, Jicdsteadhs, Mat tresses. T1
To arrive, 15,000 feet of Good Assorted
Dry txoode, of all kinds, Millinery, etc.,
ot of Spring Goods,
,Y STOOK~1 of Furniture, which will b1
est according to qutality, and for dei
Elemember that all my goods'are warrante
'u rmiture elsewhere, then coinic to the fins
mest. selection and can buv cheaper. Bear
Vvar. Bhlythewoodi, White'Oaik, Woodward
md4 Y'This is a I'recomendlation of ti
A new'. supply of Windowv Sb::des, Wa'll
['ramnes, Chironmos, I Jat Racks, and1( Book SI
TLhen largest supplr of T1in Clmhambe Sets,
2er Suits, Call and sue themi. A new snj
myv. Don't Bayi as Machine merely becaus
t and3 likes it. Remembier that miost of th~
mlfled have but, little merit. The otte you
ime and vexation, is noiseless, runms I
t. Remember the Gold Medal was award<
>ver eighty competitors. I caa refor you I
iilways given entire sat isfaction. Reinemi
samsh Fatory. All orders entrusted to mc
he lowest priecs. Furniture unearly' repairi
irepared to make to order. ItLnber and SI
ng Machine Needles and attachimenits anid
ne. Don't flhil to call! before p~urchmasinig ei
SEEDS THAT SURPRISEr -
THlE FARMERB' "BONANZA."
srnzie, a new vegetablo from f4. A., difiering
rom any3. eve ron ha e r isteliclotta raw or
c o k 4 i t e e ! c s t h m a tI f 2 0 c . a p a e r b c h
fodder Iant, alo. Heed 15 ctsi. a paper. Cuban
te virmelon,~,s I6 mported, largest vASIlety
kU. ,r auri, 25 seta a pafr 0921
30 ea.r a er.(Cin ax the
ling out attractivo and flashy ad.
public. a long array of pricos ani
ring colors, an attractivo array, at'
y from home. The past experionco
ling against all such flimsy ap.
help to build up your own busincss
can go for redress in case you are
)CHEAP CASH STORE OF B.
D STAND in Gerig's Building
ills bought away from HOME.
OTIRNG AND MEAT .DE1
s, Youths' and Boys' Straw Goods,
i a few days. Our line of shirts in
ots is full at prices to suit all. The
10 cents. Corsets at 50 cents,
at wo are the friends of Homoe
Lea) Stor-o of WINNSBORO.
J !. 32EUIMWEJI.
i cents. 3eautiful Lawns at 61 cents,
f'owela at 25 cents. 1arge Linetn Towels
ties) it 0 cents La ies' Lawn Hand
rehiefs kMarvels) at 25 cents.
ES IN ALL QUALITIES
made every week. Samples sent on
RTES & EDMUNPS,
COLUM-IIA, . 0.
y for v011 inspection 0110 of the
INERT, FANCY GOODS AND
nvew milliner, MISS BLACK, of
s8 department, and will replenish
nttons an ld trimmliings to mat11chi. T1he
o aL lot ofb,ie Ulsters andt -Uudene.
~avy and fine famly~ sewing. ONE
) to anya one who canj compjete wi
*rk it turnrts out. WVarranited to wear.
market. Twvo hunlldred of these Ma
n S9ets, Seeds, Corni, Oats. Chmeese3,
31eal, Hamtis, Smoking and Chewing
Sbles, Safe~s, Chairs, etc.
low down to make room for a new
J. 0. BOAG.
th'e lareest, mu hanes( arneT enea
uign aml( workmansahip uneualed
El to be as representedl. Price your
1-class store where you wil.l have tho
mn mind that I shipJ goods to Ridgc.,
's, Blackstock, and'as fair as Chester
me qnality and price-of' my goods.
Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
iclves, cheaper tIian the cheapest.
madle to match Cottage and Chami
'ply of Seing Machlues as good as
3 your mother or yeur neighbor has
D miachjines that are most largely
waniit is the one that will' save you
ighi and' will last a fong timo. I have'
3d to onie of the Machines I re iresent.
o maniy that are insing it, an itha
>er that I am agent for a Door and'
wvill hamve prompt attention and at,
3d at mioderato prices.. I am also
ilingles for salo atanmall profits. Sow
p)ai't of Machines can 1be had throngly
seIwhere'. R- W. PHILLIP'S.
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