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SATURDAY, fa7y T ' . t 1881
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nlow pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.18 p. m.:
sout.h-bound, 6.30 p. m.; north-bounl
freight, 8.51 a. in.; south-bound, 1.1.,
p.nm. These arrivals are on the bash
of Railroad time. sixteen iniiiutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Citation-J. It. Boyles, J. P. F. C.
Estate Jas. M. Rutland-A. S.
rE- The entertainment for the hellc
fit of the Episcopal Church has been
postponed to TUESDAY, Till, 17'Ti It T.
-The piii of the Columbia Feniale
College oil Friday was an entire suc
Cess. Full particulars will appear inl
-The Town Council is having all
the platforms in front of tile stores ta
ken away. This will be a great im
provemenlit, the streets.
-Mr. ). V. Walker has one of tle
1nest fields of oats, just out of town
we have ever seen. Mr. Walker lia.9
always been successful in his planl ing.
-The thanks of the printers are ex
tended to tile ladies for the delicious
dinner sent to thmn on Friday. In ex
cellence and abundaice it rivaled
King Arthur's faIous bag-pudding,
of which it is recortded,
"What, they dld not, eat, that night,
Tihe Queen nextinorniig fried1."
LucaRNE.-Colonel Rion, who has
given much attention to lucerne, has
made an estimate of the yield per acre
from a patch which lie sowed on the
18th of February. The estimate is
made from a square, ten feet by tell,
on whieh the growth is below, rather
than above, the averacge. 'Thie lucerne
from this square, being cut aln. weigh
cd, was a fraction over iiuneteeni
pounds. Putting it, at. nineteen poinds
the yield per acre wvould( be 8,276
pounds. It is safe to sa;:. that the
half- Vacre paitc(h from which this was
___takeni would yield 4500) pounds--or
minci t.housandl~ p)ounIds to the acre.
Ani ImplortatI Mieeting of thie Boardl of
Examiners in Coilmba on wedniesday.
Th'le Columibia corresp~ondenit of the
Kews and Cour'ier says: "Th'le 8tate
B3oar~d of Exaimiers met to-day (Wed
nesday) with a full at tendamice. A
number of vacancies in the county
boards were filled. Theli board wvas
thoroughly impr~iessedl with thle im
p~ortancee of securing greater cili iency
among thle counity school iomisiionl
er's, and1( with this object ini view a
commliittec was appolinted to0 rep~ort, it
lihe nlext meeting ot the hoard int Sep)
tembher, whether it is comipetenit Iir
the Legisatutre to prescribe by law
lie gnaiifleattins for counity schiool
conuiiissionlers. Theli follow intg recsolu-t
tioins were aidopt ed:
'. hat. tile at tent ion of thle county
school connnliissionlers het called to th'e
tlheiri schools-a dt uly which ini sonie
counities hats no01t ben it hulily dhis
2. Tihiat in the opinioni ofl Ithe b~oarid
the couty it~ school comissionters
shiould not. be allov ed complIensationl
for more than one hiuth-ed (lavs in
eaich year for. the ofiee workr, and that
any additional compenlsationi which
maty be allowed should b~e tor services
r'enderemd ini visiting schools.
The boaird dlisenlssed the qtuest ion oh
the apphor'ti(omnienit of theO selhool funds,
the prlcsonit system of making the ap
portioniment on the basis of the at tenid
alnce during the currenit year not be.
inig satIsfactory. Ini accortdance wVith
theo views of the board thle su1perint end(
ent of edlucationi will propose a bill
emibodyinig the niecessar'y chaniges in
the law,~ The bill willi provide that
lie average attendance for the last
preceding school yecar shall be tused as
a basis in makinig the apportionmienit
for any year,
It was decided to hold the next
Teachers' Institute in Greenvi-lie dur
lng the month of Atugust. As alreuady
stated ini this corr'espond~ence,n Oilnslti
tto for colored teachers will be behl(
also, the time anld lacel of whicht will
be made known as soon as the nteces
sary details shall be arranged."
A R1RMINDER OF TUB.I PAST.
A Staute Docimnenit Jsued Teun Years' Ago..
A, The Blarney and( Hypocrisy of tho Car.
Ini clearing np the sher'ifl's offie a
few days ago, the following document
Conrlm. May 2, 1871.1
To the Shecrqj of.Fai :/ld County.:
Sra-I have been credibly informned
by a number of citihzenis of FaIrfield
counity, as weoll as your' own offcial
comunicationi, that oni the ntight of
the-29th nltlmo, a body of armned men
in disguise rode0 Into the town .of
Wginnisboro, anid left at the houses of
several cunity offcers a written paper,
in which they were commanded to re
sign, and threatened with yiolence if
they failed to obey .As rou are the
thief execntive o 1ny a h. comty l
"f.youit;v t4*. n meftgeo tweer'
tan and to bring to justice t ieseii'aOk
ed violators of the public peace, and
fAr this purpose, yoihould, lrotiptly
involke all the resources which the law
places at your disposal. li the last
resort, shg uld thle ordinary service of
prbboss -prove inadequate to make the
the necessary arrests, by reason of any
armed combination, yon will call otit
the posse comitatus-whcll call, I
have no doubt, will be resjo1ded to
)y all good citizens. In al cases of
fIli claaracter) N% hore citizois are put
inl terror by aried bands of lawles
men, It is expected that the local au
thorities shall exhaust all legal re
sources to give adequate protection to
life and property belore the State Ex
ecutive can properly intervene, by ex
traordinmary exhibit'ons of force, Ihith
erto unknown to the administratiou of
the laws in civilized coimniulities.
Tih faiilure of the proper county oill
cers to exert their titmost vigilance to
detect., and their most vigorous efblrts
to bring to putnishmnent all disturbers
of the peaco, will be deemed conclu
sive evidence of their flagrant neglect
of duty Or gross inefficiency. It is a
grave reproach to thle people of Winns
boro, that a band of fifty disguised
horsemen should have been Permitted,
undisturbed, to enter their town, and
occupy) it for several hours, with the
declared purpos of' putting in terror,
o' inflicting violence upon, the sworn
public officers of the county.
In this coiniection, it is proper that I
should call your attention to the recent
Act of Congressi, which mitakes all citi
zens who are privy to any acts 'of or
gaiized violeice, and f111il to give any
informiation in their possession, that
may lead to the arrest of Il he perpetra
tors, pa2ticeps criminis inl their guilt.
Ron'orr K. Scorr,
This paper was issued when Scott
and his thievish crew were frightened
out of their wits, and when the (irty
carpet-bagger himself was playing the
role of' reformer and petce-maker.
[low thise was all his twaddle about
exhtautting the ordinary civil reme
dies bef'ore resorting to exttraordinatly
measures Is well known to every I
spectal~he inant it tie State. At the
very time when this lttcr was written,
Scott and his ring vere ma10kin1g ell'rts
to pjace certii portions of the State
under muirtial law ; and it was very
soonl after(I this t hat lie m11ade his famuous
speech at Washlingtont, inl which lie d( -
Clared that the only law for the South
was "Winclester-rifle law." Tohe
paper is Yinterc'atinlg as a slight remind
er of the ',degree of oppression anlt in
suit to which the white men of South
Carolina submitted, purely to keep the
public peace and to avoid blood-shed.
By the way, we imagine that this
State document reads as if' it Came
from the pen of Judge Mackey. The
Judge was at. that tine very thick with
Scott., and lie is sipposed to have
written the most important of tile car
pet-bagger's messages, etc. . We think
this letter sounds remarkably like some
that have appeared over the Judge's
MARHIlED-By' the R1ev. D. Harr'ti
son, Apili 7, 1881, at. the residenuce of'
Dr'. Ira Scott Mr. JOnN D. BIR~im to
Miss MINNIE A. Scorir. All of' Fair
I don't go much on religion,
I never ain't had no show,
Bunt. I've got a miiddlin' tight grip). sir,
On the handful o' things 1 aow.
I don't pan out on the propheits
Anmd free-will, and that sort of thing,
lut I b'ieve in God and the atngels, a
Eve 11ece one ntght last spring.
I comec into town w"ith some1 turn'fips,
And my little G. In caime along, -
No lonr-year-old in the county
Could beat him for pretty and strong.
Pearl and chipper and sassy,
Alwai a ready~ to swear ra f~ ight,
And I'd larnkt him to chaw terbacker
Jest to keep his milk-teetht white.
Trho snow come down like a blanket
IAS I passed by Taigga:rt's storo,
I went in for ai jug oif molassos
A nd left the team at the door.
They scared at something and started,
I heard ('no little squtll,
And bell-to-split over the prairie
Went to'im, Little Broeches and all.
Hell..to-split 07cr the prairie I
I was almost fruo witht skeer,
Biut we roused up seine torches,
And sarched for 'em far brnd near.
At last. we struck hosses and wagon,
Snowed tunder a soft wvhite imoundl ~,
Upset, dead boait,--iut of' little Ga be
No hide nor hair was found,
And here all hope sotured on me,
Of my follow-evitter's aid,
1 jest flopped down on my marrow-hones,
Crotch-deep in the snowv, and prayed.
By this, the torches wvere played out.
andl~ me1 and Isrul Parr
Wont off' for somne wood to a shoopfold
T1hat. lie said was somnewhar thar.
We found it at lastt, and a litfle shed
Wheire they shut up the lamibs at night,
Wo looked in and seen them hudtledl tfar,
So warm and sleepy and wrhito,
And thar ant Little Breec'tos and chirped,
As peart 'is evera you see
"I1 want a chbaw of torhackcer,
And that's what's thie matter with me."
flow did Ihe gilt har? Angels.
lHe coutld noe or have walked in that
They jest sceoped dowrr and toted him
'T.o 'rhar it wiis sate and warm.
And I thin k that saving a little child,
And biringin g him to his own,
Is a dertnedl sight better biusiness
T1harr lenfing around The Throne.
---Ayer's Pills-contain no croton o-1l.
calomel or milneral. They are comn
pounded of' pure vegetable extr'acts,
which have positivo virtues and al
ways cure, where cutes are p~ossible. *
Estate Jas. 31, Rutlaud, Deceased.
'TOTICE is hereby given that I will
.L aplhy to the Judge of P'robate of
Fairfild County on Tuorday, June 7th,
I8b1, for a fiaal dis chargo as Ezeontor of'
the Will of Jan. M. Riutland, decensed.
ma 'i-t12t* ,A. .. -OExecutor.
SrATHi OF S0UTH CAROLINA,
OOUI4ig f Oit ' AIUFIELD.
By J. Rf. 11 JEMg. 1-Probae Ju(cJe. I
W HtEEAS, John If. Neil hath
madc suit to mn to grant hitu lot
tors of administration of the e.tato and
effoets of Win. 8. Murphy, deceased:
Thiost are, therefore, to cite and adinon
ish all and singular the kindred and cred
itors of the said W.. S. Murphy,
doceased, that they be and appear beforo
me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Fairfield Court House, 8. C., on the 21st
day of May, after publication here
of, at 11 o'clockc il the forenooh, to shew
cause, if any they have, why the said ad.
ininititration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 7th day of
May, Anino Domini 1881.
J. It. BOYLES, J. 1'. F. C.
ma1) 7 -t1xi
APPEAL FOR AID.
Messrs Jdlito's: Prido of Fairfleid Lodge,
No. 2115, G. U. 0. of 0. F., will hold
their first annual celebration June8, 1881.
Lodges from ColumbiA and Cheeter will
be present. D)onations are asked from
the citizcus to assist il inaking tho occa.
sioh a success. lHadt(ls of music will be
hero from different p PintS. Hams. flour,
and such like, will be gladly received by
the Committee. also money. Donations
will bp handed to any one of the Conmnit
too or our agents.
JN . D. SMART, W. J. McDOWELL
J. M. McCALL, S. M. MeINTOSH.
I. L. PURCELL,
ap 23- Chairman Comnnttee.
LADIES' LACE FICHUS
TWENTY-FIVE PAIRS LADIES
SIOES--NO. 3 and 4--AT THE
LOW I)XTCE OF ONE DOLLAR.
"COME TO hEE ME."
shor time " h nu$ c ecnarsag l
pltdwthcan gt hw it ayseo
- t eba c u u s rl ek
buto , (k , p to ,i ialn s
la iad h ieveoe
0i g r iiinoet r e
Flaintroeeteu(ton envsyglesd lts tade
camocrf ine, "TenturIn Parkst dcaondssagou
.Malted wtc crss wit. daianeand pen, baut'sl
eat sent jwly o nc buttons. lae coratl pnatkd
Ia ede et wat we ngl b ri e b ad riet, cla
butoh kerin p ocke t lc e btatonsl
sea~ncur by mai fr , pec2 or $.70 enlor phes aod
N Y.t n31rs All the, utlv n . e t1 .AddreIs
p~ri y r~for ~1.0. aIan uo c emany o
Th E hyavo jusk t emplnsoyed suoirb a fethe
r moelgst or llt'ule and xpernc ek
law ornand lre utnow nraedy toldo la
kmaet oose carpen ol tedd I'vork.goWd
pate alsoe madto harangodaemnts, lovte
bor.o sor tn, analfter is~ dawe steprd
dles ringst hvae d old houenr repaied, or
cntemplat buin g, wite clla doelto, gortd
ae en. malte o o eg ghIing ont con -
statns .ea rawil'nlg colan. anhdla setfcaion
al~ aedly e arh he vterseIngs llt new1
sthyle and ts ofa tthe la. Co trac'sen
takn raywer ins ath Srouthl. Addrwork
wan. d. E~ye. tat,(
perecly lablUnderso andontraeygctot
W E atte UtRRt e lo e O o th
hr. Wo PoILLftrtIS(aew Agent Winn
boro R E~itl Weaeitrt(nal h e
*4 TViJE MOST' >
C1101CE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
OLD VIRGINIA MINT JULEPS.
TRtY TIIE CELEBitATED
BUC K BEEF1"R,
FRSK ATD COOL.
J G L E ND I N I N G.
may 3 Next door to w. It. )oty & co.
FRESH GROCERIES I
UGAS, assortetl. Coflees, Rio,
Laguayra and Old Gov. Java.
1io and Old Gov Java Roasted.
Tesa, Black, Imperial, Gipowder
and Young 1jyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pitteapples To.
matoes, Salmon, Corned Bee',l Deviled
lilam d111(1 Turkey, Sardine, &c.
lAlacar-oni and Cheese, Glintrer Prlle
seves', Pin Ilead Oat Meal, Goopet
(Gehit ine, MusLiard, Black Pepper and
Baldwin Calsup, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Empire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Woi-cestershire Sautce.
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
Combino the choicest cathartic principles
in medicine, in proportions accurately ad.
justed to securo activity, certaluty, and
uniformity of effect. Thoy aro the result
of years of Careful study and practical ex
periment, and are the most eotlectual rem
edy yet discovered for diseases caused by
derangement of the stomach, liver, and
howels, which require prompt and effeo.
tual treatment. AvEan's PT gL are spe
cilly applicable to this class of diseases.
They act directly on the digestive and
assimilative procosses, and restore regu
lar healthy action. Thir unenalivo use
by physicians in their practice, and by
all civilized nations, is oisa of the inany
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and
perfectly reliable purgativo medicine.
Being compounded of the Ocon Centrated
virtues of purely vegetable substances,
they are positively free frmalomoci or
any injurious proport ies,\ d can he
admnilstered to .hildren with perfect
AY~n's PILLS are adl effectual cure fora
Constipation or Costivoness, Indi..
gestion, Dyspopsia, Loss of Appetito,
Foul Stomach and Broath, Dizzi..
ness, Headache, Less of Memory,
Numbness, Ilitousness, Jaundice,
Riheumatismi, Eruptions and Skin
Diseases, Dropsy, T umors, Worms,
Neuralgia, Colic, Gripes Dlarrhee,
Dysentery, Gout, Piles, E~lsorders of
the Liver, and all other diseases result
ing fronijg disordered state of the diges4
As a Dinner Pill they have no equal.
.While gentle in their action, these
PrLLS are t he most thorough and scarch
ing cathartic that ean he employed, and
never give pain unless the bowels aro In
flamed, and then their influence is heal+
ing. They stimulate the appetite and
digostdvo organs; they operate to purify
and enrich the blood, and impart re
nobwed health and vigor to the whole
PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AVER &, C00
P'ractical and Analytical CheistS,
SoLD DT ALL DIIIUGISra SVSnYWBgag,
EST AJRUASI-:p 1512.
(Wotonn ox Warrez Br.ooLS.)
GEORGE Aa OLARK,
400 BROAD)WAY, N'EW YORKd
Since the introduction of this Spool
Cottoo irito the AmerVC~icngrket, its sue
cos has been unpllrcedented. No other
brand of thread hias ever met with tihe
same amount, of public fa-.-r in the same
spaceO of timo.
Trho "O. N. TI' manufacturers were the
first to recognizea the importance of the
sewing Muechino anrd to m'ako a six-cord
cot ton, which hais over bcen the roceg
nized( standaerd fo'r machines.
All tihe ilmplrovemenOtsl in machinery
that the inventive genius of tihe nine.
teeth century hias p roduceed haveo.bAen
adapted by the man nfacturers of "O.N.T."
At all the great International Fairs of
the world, "0. N. T." hasu beenl awaidod
the higheut honors.
'Ihe "0. N. TV." faetories at Newfark.
N. J., and Paisley, Scotland, employ
5,200 operatives -make sufilcient Thread
daily to go oround the world fouri tunieA.
Co~nsumo 140 tons of coal daily'
The manufacturers of "o. II.'T." are
the largest manufaetnrors of Spool Cot.
toln in the worbil.
A full assortment of this Spool Cotton.
can bo had at, wholesaleand retail at J. M
BAY& CO.'(.. fbta n
R1VALRY, CALM YOUR EXCITED NERYES, I BRING YOU "PEACE
AND REST--A LONG RELEASE FROM TOIL AND CARE."
'TIS BETTER THAN THE EINDLESS, HOPELESS, WEARYING
AND STRUGGLING AGAINST
MIMNAUGl'S TREMENDOUS LEADERS.
-- ---- 0jo - -.
3,488 yards of Calicoes nt 5 cents, worth 7 and 8 cents elsowhcre.
2,000 yards of f Shirting at 4- cents, worth 6 and 7 cents.
2,000 yards of Jeans and Cottonades at 12 conta, worth 20 and 25 cts.
BRAINS, ENERGY AND CASH IS BOUND TO TELL.
200 pairs of Latien Cablo Shoes, worth $1.75, at the astonidhingly low
price of $1.25.
50 Mlarseillos Quilts at $1.60, former price $2.50 and :3.00.
25 Pieces Piques jivst received in a variety of pretty desiglls, at 71 , 10,
15 and 20 cents.
PRICE THESE G OODS BEFORE PURCHASING.
100 Mon's Straw Hats. The biggest drivo ever ofTered in this places
for CASH, only 50 cents. Just think of it.
89 Men's Hats at $1.00 each.
5 dozen Ladiop' Trimmed Hats from the groat slaughter salo of HART
CO., at half their original value.
GROCERIES! GLOCERES I I
Teas, Sugars, Coffees. Molasses at 5 per cenL. over their original
25 Boxes Soap to arrive this wook, at four conts per pound by the
SPACE DOES NOT PERMIT ME'1 TO ENUMERATE THE DECIDED
BARGAINS I AM OFFERING THTS SEASON FOR CASH.
NO ictliol~ Or Long~ Timfe Prices.
J. L. MIMNAUGH,
THE ACKNOWLEDGED TEADER.
ELEGANT IN~ FiIirlf,
AND IN* FACT
The Only Pe11foct lc~p
A. 9 A. G. ALORD,
No. 23 South Calvert Str'ot,
BALTIMORE, MD. AenOts for BAZAR PATTERNS.
SPRING GOODS FRESH GROCERIES
<AT THE ADF ontfaufly being received by me;.V
a synopfis of whlrph I give belowv.
CORNER ST ORE.
SUGARS, FROM THE 1IGI1ET TO THlE
THEF1?NEIT FLOUR WII HE MARK ET1-"TH1IE
DRESS GOODS, L GANDICERCIEFS, AADES
DRSOGOD, IY (ECV~s JACKBON'8 BIEST FAMILY FLOUR.
CAMBRICS, CORE NECKWEAlt.
PIQUES; CALICOES, TURMMINGS,
MUSLIN , LACES, CA NED GOODS.
AN ELEGANT PTFCE OF DOUBLE WIDTH
FRENCH BUNTING. CALIFORNIA rIARS, HometingChoice.
ALL KINDS OF .DCMESTIO DRY GOODS.
MILWARD'S HIELIX NVEDLES, FUR Ti.%rS, TOMATOES, PEACHES,
WOOL HATS, IIAV IATS. CLOTHING. S,
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OR SHOES IN ALL
GLOBE KID OLOVES TO AFlRIVE IN A FEV IV
J. M. BEAktY & CO.
I ALSO IlNVItE YOUR ATTENTION TO OURE
I. ~hGvo mie a call and oxamirib for youzrself.
Artieles too niamerous to mentlon.
We have hato thii dep'artment in the
roar end of our utioro, and aro uffering at Di . FLENNAJEN
the low est pricos
SUGARS. ~ ~ 1~~ . ...1......
CE0 HOC E BVAPIATH II E
AND APPLES. CIICE CANNED TO
bl %TOBR PEBACIES. PINHAPIXAff. UII
HAOS ICE FLOUR 118T GUNPOWDER SVUanMod IJ4us
T 'A, MESS MACKERIEL IN CANS, ETC.
ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE OUR FRIENDS AT
THE CORNER STORE;
i.M. BEATY & CO.
SEEDS ! SEEDS I
Jtrsr receiVed, a largo 1ot of choice
Gardo Seedi of all kinds. WINNSi3Ot S, C.
Seed and ealing Irish Iotafocs of
the choicest kinds. Choice Family
Groceries arriving daily. I have on
fiand a large lot of best quality Sole
Leather, which will be sold at lOw
I amt paying highest prices for Dry 'LKI1Ffl
Hides. Give me a call.
ARFh oine enmanl big eeie b3
.qE'W AN D DESIRABLE SWRINO
3RIEAP AND PRETTY SPIiUci
BL ACIC and colored Cashmerei, Ala
>aeas, Mohairs, MoiNiC Cloths, Grel
1ines, Bnitligs, hlernani Cloths.
LAWNS, Mnslinx, Linens, Sittn,
i(que, Ginugbamus, Calicoes, Nainsooks.
ASK to see "Renfreu" Gingmazns,
"assimeres, Jeans, Cottonades and
BLEACLIED, Brown and Plaild
TABLE Linen, Dovlies, Towelg,
5heeting, Pillow Casing.,
F ANY BODY WANTS A GOOD
I[AT for a little money, let themr
all on me1. Nobby line of Strktw 11ats
V ANY MAX OR BOY WANTS A
SUIT of good, pretty, nobb, charm1a
ug Spriig Clothes) let tlnIIi call ott
F' ANY MAN, WOMAN O1 .Li)
VANTS a pair of Shbos. chenp, let
hem call. onl m11e anid ge6 themIII.
LIioSE SIIET rAN) SilIA WLS A141%
A E.AUirFUr Line of Laenr
lIaImbuIIrg Edgings aldI nsCrtiols, (o(
iENTS'Silk and Lincti Ilindker
LA DIES' Linen IIemi-stitchlod IHand
G3EN'T'S', Ladies', Misses' and Chit:.
'31NTI'S' AND LADIES' SCARFS,
COALARtSand (hll's) Ruflling Etc.)
3UT WHLAT IS TIE USE TRYIN(G
TO mention everything in the Store?
Ist. come 1n1d sec me, that is ill- and
will make it pay you,
MY OIROOERIY STORE,
AS usual, i4 well stocked with all
ho necessaries, an11d it FvW of the inixu
ics, of life, (Ita is, in the vating lint.
lut if you should need any hardware)
rockery, glasvsware or wooden wardi
vhty I Can supply y-ou.
3O DON'T FORGET TO CALL ON
WEf the nndersignod, i-oppe 'fully ii
ornti 'ho (nizenai nf WVINM8 10U0 arid
inirity that we have REMOVYr.D-to
n~ew and desirable
irnING AND SUMRma GOODs
Vhich we will sell at tho lowest piidos
delOs and Embroideries, which to baot a&
accordingly low prices.
Ve i-canoctfully ask the attontion df the I
Ladies to our ontirely now fresh
stock of those goods,
uglish~ Swiss, Plain arid Vlaidad~ Naba
nooks, Diquon, in great varioty.
adies' Lane Sarts, T.Iie nhtd Foewa, ab
fifteen cents, worth thirty-dra centu.
EAZJTIFUL SPRIING SUITS' *
FINE, MEDIUM ahd00f 1
. 3L(UE ILANN5L1
jFor MEN, YOU'iH8 an~d EOY
MfADE TO OtIbER.
nuits made to otder at very lo tbces
S3AMPLES ON EXHIGITI&2N.
TOILET S9A PN
. MR4E lot, of the oheaiport Tnile
. optoi theo pricefv 4'troug"lht tt , -
finneboro. Call and bie 9onvithod.
McMASTJ3It. BRU~, En 4 ~ r