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T RMe of0 10 NEws. AND HERALD.
i"ft~h vine 10*; weekly--'ett~itir
two dollars and fifty cents peo*mz-, a
h advance. Liberal discout to clubs g
of five and up arch.
RATES OF v /eliTQ .M~
ter inch for he first insertion, o ad t
Sifty cents per inch for each subseq Aent I
Insertion. These rates apply to ail ad
Vertisements) of whatevr' natu e% aid
$are payable staletly in advaheo. Coil
tracts for three, s1x or twelve months
1Yaf.ony oty liberal- terms. Trau
Ipiett..4oal.. tieseo, fifeen Cehts per
line -for the hret insertion and seven
aud one-lf ents per ine for each -
subscenentinsertion. Obitua'-les and 1
trihtts of' respett charged is avdv-r- At
tisements. -ShApleo aniounacements or c
loarklages and doathis piblished free or
chairge, and solielted.
All commuiloations of whatsoever f
satur-, should be addressed to the I
Winnsboro Plblishihig Company v
Wimiboro B. C..
UAIXAOAb 8CnF,DOULE.-hO trains
Siow pass Winnsboro lis follows: t
North-bound passenger, 12.28 p. in.; t
Voud.-bound, 428 p. m.* north-bound j
e1eigbt,b.05 a. m.; som.th-bound, 1.37
p. m. These. arrivAls. are on the basis
of Railroad lime, sixteen ininutes V
raster than Winnsboro time,
Masonic Meeting-G. B3. McCants, o
-Buggy ridig in the afternoons 1
i becoming quite fashlonablo,
-Master Barn well has decided that 1
a bale of cotton is a "heavy article". I
-There has been a run in ice during i
the past weeks The demand exceed- v
ed the supp-Is
-It takes couples a long time to go
oit.and getsoda ivater these moon- v
- light rnghts.
-The town council has had the pnib- V
lie pump repaired in such a maner as
to even prevent the entrance of a mnos
-The youig people had a moonlight -9
pienic at Rook City oi Monday night,
and soft eyes bpake love to eyes that
replied "go and came agai., t
-Tuesday night's comparative cool- (
1ess (c9nparatively only) gave peo
pie a chance to eatch up on a week's I
16s6 of sleep
- makes our i'dis throb to state I
that that dear little four-legged chick
en of Uir. W. 13. Gilbert's is. dcad,
PeAce to its ashes.
1'eople had to Afnchio their - ther
knometers during the hot spell to kep '
them from going. out of sight. Several
jumped off the -.nall on which they f
-Sam. Barber, the negro who forged'
the order on Mr. Jno. P. Matthews, r
Jr., had a preliminary hearing before P
Justice Nell on Tuesday norning, andt
was committed to. jail in default of
three hundred..dllars bail.
--When the shower of rain caime np
on Tiuesday several persons raised
such a shout of we'lcome that we think 1
that long looked for fellow, "rain," be
came ftrightened and consequenitl y
made his departure during the night.
E Iverybody should keep very quiet the
-next time he comes, fir lie is somesc1
what a stranger to this section of the
.Trial Justiee Neilwaengd
during tegreater portion of Tuesday
mnorning In hearing the case of J. G.
*Shedd vs. T. W. Rabb, Sr.-a suit for
a balance of an account bet ween the
parties for the year 1879. Messrs.
Gaillard & Reynolds represented_ the
plaintiff and&T. It, Robertson, E.'sq.,
the defendant. After hearing the
evidence the Justice gave judgment
for the defendant.
RAIN AND THEC CiROrs.-Pleasant
rains fell at White Oak and the adjoin.
ing country on Saturday night, and on1
Tuesday afternoon it rained a little in
-Winnboro, and a good deal In other
parts of the county. A~ general sea-1
non is badly' needed. Old corn par
ticularly is dead, and new corn in sonme
places is almost burned up. In othier
sections, such as the Sawniey Creek I
bottoms, both corn and cotton are
* looking well. Taking the county as a
whole, however, the drought has been,
and still is, disastrous. A gentleman
who has a threshing machine last year,1
threshed out fourteen thousa~nd bush
els of oats and wheat, and this year
will not thresh twenty-five hundred..
A failure both of oats and corn this
year will make hard times next year.
VOCAL Musio CLAss.-An effort has
been made to secure the services of a
vocal music teacher for the0 young pecO
ple of the towni, and wve are glad to
state that the effort In this direction
has beeni successful. The teaeru with
whom arrangemnents have been made
is Mr. J. S. Collins, of Charlotte, N.
CI. The class will be taught In the
Bhaptist Church, and Mr. Colis will
open the session or neoxt Monday
niight, the 18th inst. A list of sub-.
scribers has been partially made up;
and any other persons desiring to joIn
the class will please meet the teacher
at that time, or on Tuesdlay mioring
the 19th at 9 o'clock. In order to
acconodate all who desire to attend
and obtain a thorough knowledge of
the principles .of music, thiere wvill be
a session at nih/ndnte dirin~g
the day. . '
Tnm Ott> BrxTr.---Thue -Fairfield I
sttrvivors of the -Sixth Regiment, 8.
0. q mnet in the Town Hall, July 11,
-President 8. RI. Farnt, .j i, tcealr.
The minmutes of the iiet weet ng .e
read and confirmed. Th's president
-reAla letter from Capt. W. T.DI. Cousar.
inviting all of the survivors .to attend
the dinner to be gIven by-the Chester
p~ ~j~vors on the 4th of August ne1tt,
'hes bIotf~~on of Mgijor
roadwNl~, tho Ansociation ftgieed to
at "houl wll 4akek giace in
,hester on Thursday, the 4th of An.
rust, and that Ie Is oxpectoad ,to-ad.
iressthe.Assoeiation. On motleQi.Afo
greed to take the train at one o'clock,
n., on the 4th of Augusty. Tt
keBQetlon then adjourned to meet in""
he'Town Hall oi the 11th of' October
iext, at 11 o'clock-, a. m,
BAsE liALL.-Notwithstanding the
mifavorable weath'er) a thatch-game of
Vise ball Was played on Tuesday evo
iing between the Star club of Chester,
ud the P'ahnettoes of Winnsboro,
'ho ga1e coiueweCed at five o'clock
vitl the eBro to the bt.-. At thle end
f the second Inning Chester had be
oine demo'alIieed) having allowed the
almetto-es to inale elghtee runs to
our, About the beginmning of the first
Ining Mr. Quay Wilirord sent a'- fly
rhizzing over the right fielder's head,
vhich seemed to surpwise him and tho
ost of t he fielders, as Quay is iiext to
lie snallest player among the Palmet
)css Next caine the Stars to the bat.
Ir. Nail sending a "'daiscy-cutter"
ito right field, it was neatly p!cked tip
rith one hand by second baseman, Mirl
lark Doty. The gaine continuMd
moothly. for a short-time, giviig the
layers no chatice to display any mark
d skill. But at last Mr. Holbrook
tion changed the monotony of the
aie by driving a ball over all of the
elders, making three bases on said
.y, The Chester boys thinking it.
bout time for them to do something,
11 seemed to deternine at once to do
heir very best. Their determination
was proved by their pitcher, Mir. R.
Tall, %vho -aUght a line ball hot from
lie bat with-much che. His example
tas followed by Mr. iamilton, who
eautifully caught.r lofty fly in centre
eld, Mr. Ehrlich shfowed great skill
in the game by grasping A ule fly sent
o second base, with the case and
race- of : a professional. The best
core oil the Chester side was made by
Ir. Bond, he having made three
runls" and no "outs", and the best on
he 13oro's side was made by Air. J.
. Buchanan, he having nlade four
'runs" and no "'outs'". Mr. Buchanan
4ayed as catcher for the Palmettoes,
!ld we ventire to say that he fills his
ositioi n Ith as muci ecase, grace aid
urety as any eatcher his' size in the
Owinig . the inclemency of the
vent her, the Utnpire M. 11. J. Mack
rell, called the game at the end of the
i xh innilng, the score standing thirty
our to fourten, it favior of the Pal
neltoes. After cheering the Stars, the
corer and the umpire, the two clubs
eturned to the hotel to talk over the
-1h0 Wife of U1n.ainih Corporang,
f Meteghan, N: S., gave birth to two
inys amal o-s -girl, weoiginlg r'espec
ivcly three, fou:r, and five pounds.|
all are doing Well, The woman has
ati five children itn cleven mnonths,
--LONDON, July 4.-A Constantine
Ie dispatch says the Sultanx has resolv
d to conmmute all the sentences of
leath except in the cases of thie actual
riurderers of A bdul Aziz.
-A celebrated preache' inakes the
ecomnidationi of Avet''s Pills a mat
or of~ religious duIy. - Whenm 1peop)1
tr billions and dy'speptiC,. whlat thev
moed is the Gospel of [health. In such
!ases, tie best. creed to swvallow con
ista of the thirty sugar-coated articles
n a pill-box. *
.T~ooETnERI Too SULLEN-Phe
'ounig man had expended as much for
heatre~ anid prolmenadc tickets as he
hought his purse wvould warrant, and,
,s the excursion and( seaside season
Vast justt cominig onl, he made upl his
nind to- to. Well, this is what lhe
aid: '"I've beena thinkinmg that you are
'er~y dear to me, Louise; anid I've
eeni thinkinig that-t hat Louise, 1
hat is, I think' lots of you, and-and
rhat (do you think ?"
"Oh, George, this Is too sudden.
low is your bank account?"
"Wl~ell, this is a little sudden, too. I
mnd hoped you would consider your
mank account lar'sce nough for both,"
The partini kids that night sountded
Ike the brea king of a pipe steim, and1 it
vill never be repeaOfted.-.
n IASONIC M~IEINo.
A . regtlar eannication of Winns
3.boro Lodge, No 11, A. F. M., wvill
>s held at Masonic Hall this (Thursday)
avening, at 8j o'clock.
0. B, McCANTS,
july 14 --1 Secretary.
TO PRIFvExr FORIESTAL.LING.*
13 E ITr ENACTED AND) ORLDAINED
by the Intendant andl Wardena of
lie T1owh of Winbsboro, South Carolina,
n Council met:
I. That fram and after - the p'assage of
his Ordinance, rio person shall engage in
lie business of a huckster within the
orporato limits of the 'Towvn of Winns
>oro, without first obtaining a license
rem the Town Council, which license
hall be0 granted upon the payment of
['WENTY.FIVE DOLLAR8 per annum.
kny person shall be deemed a huokster'
vithmn the nicanifng of thuis Ordilnanco
vho, not being a mnerchant having a tixed
ulnec of business, shall engage in the
>usiness of selling chickens, tutkeys,
lucks and other poultry, eggs, butter.
ruit, fish, gamns and vegetables, not of
heir own raising, catch ing or produtction.
XI. That from and after thme p'asage of
his Ordinance it shall not 1)0 lawful for
ny person, other than a licensed huok
ter, or a merchant having a fixed p lace
if business within the~ corporate lim its of
aid Town, to buy, with intent to sell the
oe withina said corporate limits, cr to
hip the saine for safe to plaece outside
ho corporate limits, anly chickens, tur
:oys, ducks or other poultry, eggs, but
er, fruit, fish. ganmo or other vegetables,
aot of their own raising, entohlug or pro-.
III. Any parson v'iolating any of the
imovisions of tbis Ordinance shall, on
oniviotion thereof, be fined not exceeding
he sum of TEN DOLLAIIS, or be fim
>risoned not exceed ing TEN DAYS In the
:enty jail or town guard-house, for cash
nd every offenco.
Denn in Coflboil this oth day of July',
8811, aind with the Corporate &nal of said
4ttest: E, S. CUAmIEN,
4 T_ x MOST I
SODA WAT1L . -
rEMO NADE9 a
DUD V-RGIN.A.M1N JtJ WS.
* THE CCiLE053RATED'
kSH AMTD 007.
4 VJPND IN I N G.
MAy A' i do t'W. R. boty & Co.
AIRV constaatly being received by hie,
ksHynopsis of whioh I give below.
EW ORLEANS MOLASSES AND 8.RUP8
UGARS, 1FROM TfHE iIOlEST TO THE
'HIE FINEST FLOUR IN THl MAlTC"EI-II
PATIN' FAMILY"-ALSO ALL GRADES..
JAIUCSON'S BEST FAMILY FLOUR.
"ALIFORINIA PEARS, 't'meting Choio.
SUCCOTASlI, B3oabs and Corn ConjbineC
EPPER. . TQ., E
ALSO INVITE YOUR ATTINTION TO OUL
Give me a call and exanitrio for yourself.'
Lrticles too numerous to nnution.
.. It. FLENNIKEN.
--IS called to my fresh and welL.
lelectec stOak of
IAV, IY GndCERIs
I ha ve just opened a splendid as,
CANNUUM 4iOOM .
>f first quality and full weight.
Apples,. Baked Beans, Pineapples
Peaches, Sucotash, Salinob, Toma.
boes, Sardines, lustard.
ROBINSON'S IMPORTED OAT..
Odlidenlsed Milk, "Ocean Gem"
Afackeral in.& lb.-cans.
in bulk, as good as packages, andc
A. palatablo hoverage for ibValids as
well as persons in health, and highly
recominenned by physicians as a
diet for children.
I DO NOT close at six o'clock. A
share of the plic patronage is
MAY 9, 1851.
fromJuno40 o Ju., 0, 181,to
ed by each taxpayer on the ist day of
Juno. All male persons between the ages
of twenty. one and sixty years are liable to
polistax, and will report accordlagly.
or the nctonintodation of taxpayers I
will be at 'the following places on the
days specified for the purpose of receiv
zng returns, viz.:
Woodward's, fromi the arrival of freight
train, Juno 8th, to departure of south
bound passenger traini Juno 9th.
WVhite Oak, Juno 10.
Durham's, Juno 11.
Caldiwell's Storo, Juno 13.
Gladden's Grove, Juno 14.
Ridgoway, June 15 and 104
Roar Creek, June 17.
Blythewvood, June 18.
JenfnlingR' SH ore, Jun~e 20.
Jenkinsville, Juno 21.
Monticello, Juno 2'2 and 25.
Buckhead, Juno 27?.
Feasterville, Juno 28 and 29.
Pleane take notic that the bffico in
Winnsboro will l e closed during my
absence at the above aplnoihtmetits, afidt
1pen- on all other daya during tho ap
I. N. WITERS,
may 10-tfj Auditor F. 0.
WINNB1OIRO, S. C.
DvURI G the eioutnoance of the
dull seaso, 'I vill1.4er bargains to
CASH CUSTOMERS In all depart,
DR SS 1OODS,
BARGAINS IN ,.
BARGAINS IN W
MUSLINS and LAWNS,
BARGAINS IN '
CASSIMPINXS and JEANS,
SNOES and HATS,
BEMST WHITE DRESS SHIRT IN
TOWN for'ONE DOLLAR.
Nice lot of Gaute and Nainsook
Underahirts and Bleacbed Jean
A GOOD WHITE DR'EiSS SUIRT
FrbOI ONLY 75 CENTS.
I also of'er good.OIDER Vinegar
at thl lo* price orTEN and FIF
TENN CENTS per gallon, and the
best: White Wine Vinegar at
TWINTY CENTS per gallon.
Crockery, Glassware and Wood.
eliware, all at low prices. Come
MY GROCERY STOOK ALWAYS
Free to Everybody!
A T1'AUTIFUI BaL foyhe ASlNG
ING CO. (or bypostal card if at a dis.
tance) any ADULT person will be pre
seated with a beautifully illustruted idopy
of a New Book entitled
UEiCM8j lE WA1UDND,
STORY~ of the SEWING MiAUHINE
containing a handsomu ah'd custl~y rstee1
Ongrhving ftentIspiece, alsh. ?8 ihely aba
graved wvdod cuts, and bourl'in an elab
orate blue aind gold lithogrbped cover
No charge W'halee is wae f' this hand
aoint book..which utah be otaihed obla
by applicationi at the branch andi subiordi
nate offces of The Singer Manufa-otuIii
THE~ SINGER~ MANUJFAdi'UlING CO.
Principal Offlue, 84 Unioh Stinare
may 17--1y New York.
FOO CHIOO'S BAL8Ali of SHAIRK'S OIE
Positivel Rlestors the U~eal rin d is fhe on13
'fhi oil is 6xtradted froina a peculiai
species of small Wnri's SiIAnK, caught in
the Yellow Soa, known as crrcha rodor
Rondedetii. Every Chinieee fishermtil
knows it. Its v$ f~uds aft a ilestorative oi
hiearihg *oe (1 i*cbvered by Buddhisl
Priest about the year i410. Its cures were
so numerous and many so seemtingly mi.
raculus, that the remdd1 was offieially
prodlaihted over toi entil~ a pirei Itt
oa became Ito un lvo1tal thait f'or over 30t
years rio deafziesb has etited amdun the
Chinese people. Sent, dharges prepaid,
to any ad dress at $1 per bottle.
0nly imphorted by iiAVLdth & ct.,
SLIIO Agents for Ametter. 7 DOy St., New York1
Its virtules ate utintiestionable ahd itri
curative ohti-acter absolute1 as the '%'ite:
can persohally testify. bbth fretti eiperi.
ence andi bbseortationi.
Among the many teadora of the )revieu
In one part anid atothozof the country, it
is probable that nunibers areoafflicted witlh
dt'aftbess, ahd to sudh ii may be said
"Write at once to [Haylook & Co., 7 Dey
itreet, New York, enclosing $1, and yon~
will receive by return a ronted that will
enable yeu to boor like anybod else, and
whose curative offects will be permanent.
You will never regret doing so."---Edut
Qf MercantileReviet. ju 25--Sm
1N~ connetion with the Btt y and
LSpring WagOn basinoss, I hve for
sale the Well-known
Farm Wagon. My drie-horse wrmo'ns are
conuplod the same as a two-hb'/b wagon,
have front bounds. and rookafig bolster.
Warranted for twelve motaths,
Sap 28 Cpp. Dtblty &9 Fanti
AM fhew prepared to receive returne
of all real estate and personal prp.
ary owed bythe citizens of Winn boro
bo the Moni ipalg ea 1 1-2.
PIlT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL
LAR PER DOZN.
HALP PINT 3OTTLES AT SIX
TX4EFIVE CENTS P.0lt DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE IETURNED
---- "120 SEWa -
F. W. HABENICHT.
SPooX COT ON.
4 MAR K
(WOUND ON IVErE gPOOLS.)
4iEoRGE At (LARK,
400 BIROA DWAY, NMV~ YORK,
Since 'te it'odadti'da of this Spool
Cottoo into the Ameridan matket, its suc
cess has been unprecedented. No other
brahd of thkead hn~ ever met with the
same an Mhhi et publid favor in the same
spa~ce o.f Niyho.
Th'o "O. N. T ' niantilaoturers woere the
first to recognite tbe importance of the
8e*Ing Mutbbihe and to make a hix-cord
cotton, which han et'ei beeh the 'recog
ni aed standar-d for machihes.
All the ihiprovemehits ih inhinery
that the ikiventive genius or the nine
teeth celntury has produced hatve be4en
adwspted li' the tunt%41fatturer's of "O.N.T.:
At all the great International Patirs of
the world, "0. N. T." has been awarded
the highest honors
'Ihe *40. ?. Tr." faotories at 1Newark.
N. J., and Paisley, Scotland, empllloy
6,200 operatIves--make sufficient threadl
daily tb go fttriad thn wor'ld four tinies.
Consume 140 tons of coal daiyl,
The mnanufacturers of "0. N. ''t." are
the largest manufacturers of Spool Cot
ton in the Wi3th1.
A full assortment of this Spool Cotton.
ean be had at wholesale and retail at J7. M
BEATY & C0.'S. fbb 22-tx6m
FOfl RE.*dRINe BRNY HAIR TO iTS
NATURAL VITAL~ITY AND COLOR.
.I-r is a most agreeable dressing1 'rili
is at once harmless and effectual, for
preserving the hair. It restores, with
the gipss and freshness of youthij faded
61r gray, light, and red hair, to a rich
trown, or deep blacks as may be desired.
By its use thin hrair is thickeied, and
baldness often though not always cured.
It checks failing of the hair immedi.
ately, and causes a new growth in all
eas wherd the glandS ard not decayed ;
irhile to brashy, weak, or otherwise
disease<. hair, it imparts vitality and
etreugth, and renders it pliable.
The Vraon cleanses the scalp, cureS
and preventd the formation of dandruff;
and, by its cooling, stimulating, and
soothing properties, it heals most if not
all of the hubloA and diseases peculiar
to the alp, keeping it cool, cleanj and
soft, under which conditions diseaheS
of the scalp and halt are impossible,
As a Dressing for Ladles' Haiti
The Vroo'n is incofriparable, it Is colot.
less, contains neither oil u~,r dye, and
will not soil white eetfnriac. It imparts
an agreeable and lasting perfume, and
as an article for the toilet it is economni
cal and unsurpassed in its excellence.
PREPARED SY I1V. I, O. AVER & CGO,
*resess sia Asuasurea chemIse,
seb at a. maawa .e...,...
-and nieek~gay e e
the latst styls an~d Ali.
IN.E shqes for men. and ho e,.
Afanifla, ami Webster's brais in .ci olo
Alpaica coats in ill sbadete~nd qudiThtati
and Mohair Dusters illull sty lese.
IS OJR L
AND DANGER~ I
A rapid discharge or a bust. To avoid
- k . discharge
5,000 yards Printed Lawn O} eents
2,000 yards good Calico 5 cents-Re
8.000 yards Printed Jaconet 8 ent .
5,000 yards Lace B tings 15 cents
300 yards Black Leco Bun tings 1O3 c
1,000 Blarc Turkish Bath Soap a. 5 <
3,009 4-4 Sea Island Shirting at 7 c
A Big Job in Lace.Tiesy Fischas, Ha
thoir original value.
W xTt X UT R2Sfl1 Vi.
80O Lbs. Search at 0} cents per ib.
530 Boxes Blning at 2 cents.
300 Gallons Kerosene Oil at 17}4 cen
44 .Boxes Soap at 4j- cents per lb.
A good gallon Coffee Pot at 20 centi
99 lbs. good Black English Tea at 4
5 lbs. good Gun Powder Tea redl
good tea and try it and.sa'vd 25cents i
50 gallons of t'own and Country Mix<
If yo do not buy yonr godt8 froni
have my competitors come to the acn
25 pars Ladies' Newport Ties at $1.
100 pairs Ladies' Cable Sowed Shoot
5,000 Lap Wichs at }ii, 7 an'd 8 can
From this day foiwardI wiiE 4d. 0
cents each. These gooiL - ies F i) Ho'
the store, al I Qnl.y liste. to the jingle
I will still ofter great indoments
b 11 MIM
WVILL thiAith, FOR TOEh iNiT 6t) bA
$850 SQU lnkE IA1cnD P
STYLE 312 2n
our new patent verstrun g scale, beautiful
large fancy miojiding rouhd caso, fill Ir-on 3
mer; in fact overy improvement whih cahii
instrument has b ieen added.
goOur price for this instrumehtijoxed and
Now York with fine Plano 'nver, Btool aui xi
This l'onno will bu sent o il te fot 1tal.. I'e
money with order. aih sont with o'rder wi
by us both ways if Piano is not just as rprei
in use. Send for Catalogue. Every intrniS
PT A N ~$160 to $400 (with
. olass atid sold9at w
madeo one cf the flihest dispilh.s itt tile Cehte
recommenndedc for the HIGHEST HONORS
Scale, the greatest imnprove'uent in the histo
scale Upnighits are the finest in Am'corica. P
Pianos, of the richest tonie and ~reates. aiic
highiest inuaical itu~I Iorities in theo country.
ied purcha~ser. All Pinhos and Organs sent
UNBATIsFAUTon. 1)on'i fullh to wrile usa befoi.
bargains. Iliano Catalog~ue nirilled free.
Pjano Catalogudc of titty pages mailed for six
"ORINTA," syle99, isthe htidsoreest,
ever oft-red the miicat piblfe. It ontains
Celeste, Dinpason, Sub-l ass andi Colentina.
viz.: Melodlac, Celeste. (a cbarmiing top,) D
Forte, Celeste-Foi-to. Expresioh; reble.c
Orgab, (which throwva on tha entird power o
S8wel. Left.IKnoe Stop and Gi-and Swell. HI
boxed. 850 ibr. The Oaigo is of solid walnit
entirely new and boatitiful desigtn, olathorazt
Iaamp stahads..frat-woi-k. &c., all elegantly an
improvelnonta, w ith great power, oept, bri
Beautiful solo effects aend stop notion. Re g
cash prico to have it introduced, wilth stodi
sells others. Positively ho d&.lation in pri<
fully tested the organ in your own home.
and pay freight both wvays if instrument is r
contan no- "B~ogus" sots of Reeds, or "Dur
make no niIsreprestbttiona, and guarantee
Fur.LY wAnnANTan for five years. Other styl
Over 84.00 sold, and oer Organ has giver
FACTORt? ANDm WARERrOOSzS, 5
SHEE T MIJSI C:
(Catalogue-~inoj tdes rnost of. the popular inus
compdgitiob, by the hdat antifors. Addroc
ME~NDELSSO11N I'ANO 00
B Y vlr~iie of an executian tb med dl
3rected. I wvili offer for Aale before
the court-bouse door ini Winntsboro,
S. C.. oM the lJ ret Monday In Aiuguet
next,.within t uo lega! hours of sale, id
the highest biddg r; for cahb, the foi .
loiging descrihed property, to wit:
.All that tract of land li ng in. Faits
field Conty; 8. C., containing oxib hiin
dred and twenty-two (122) acres, and
bounded by lans of' Sami. AeQuattere;e
N. Marsh l, C. At~tns; B. -8 De
pories and B. E. Elk iv,. Leyie~ tipons
as the property of B. E. Elkiii at the
suit of no. 0. ~M C r. .
Sheriff's Offico 8. F.C.
July~ 11. 1881; july 11
raylor's celebrate& M01O tnaw, also
rsethe latest- Is the. Dorby Stram
Bilk St eif afidAlpaev- and Linea
the latter . repair to the frst antd
-IJtedciced trota 10 cents.
lueed froii 7 cents.
-Reduced from 10.
-Reduced from 25.
ents-Reduced f.6m 25.
makerchitt aA -Towe, at hall
I USER V9 I CANYTi
to per galIoit
iced to 76 dehis. I ktmine thid
xd Paints Arranted; at 41 .40.
.ie- take miy 'qu6tAtions -along ant
)wled Regulatoi's prices
40 - Reduced from $105
redneed to $1.25.
tW per dozen.
nd o. 1 Lanip hineys at 5
s6lfor~el :aipod effjs leaviti
of the-ahnighty dollar.:
tho.wholealk tia4. x
IE RE!GUEA.TORh O1. PRICES.
YS ONL~r A GitA D OFFER 09
rMv JVpOijt OWVL $ .45
mit rosoeood ca'se - e'egatly ii lehed, 8'
'A Octaves, full patent oantante agraffea;
trved lena 1ana lre, heavy~ serpentine and
ratue, French Grand Abtion,. ran1 H-Im:.
ii any way tend to the perfection of thd
e ogwuareferebce if. y'' (1 doot senid
'hlo refinded ahd fif t .charged paid
ented in this adverdse ebt-. Thousands
oent Aully warranted fo~r lAve yoars.
Stool, Covet- ahd Book). .All 'trictlj first.
lolesaib ladtory prices. These lianoD
ltilal ExhibItion, ard ter'e- unanimously
The squares contaid nur-New Patent
ry of Piano making. .'t'he new patenti
ositively we makec the fibieat Upright
1hiity. They arep recommended by thie
Ov'r 14,00 iin use, atid n~dt.on'e ditssatis
on I5 days' test trial-,--) REIo1T FR1!.E IF
n.biiying. Positig 1 -we offi- the best
Ulrinddone illustti d i'.hd' Dlescript~d.
cents stamp- Every Fiaio sully war
SOur New Style dubilee Oi0ai
iN Japanese ciaso, calld h
tastiest and. W*idtt~t toned Pa'rlor Orgad
5 Octaves, 5 seta of Reedit viz : Wlodia;
Also Fifteen Bleautifdl StdpA I, s followis;
apason, Sub-Bass, Echo, Dflect, Mlodia;
iu pier; Celestina, : Bass-Oodipler, Grancl
I the instritment,) Riht IKnee Slop atid
eight, 70 in.; Width, 241 n.; W eigLt
veneered with choide woods, and is ofa
ly airved, with panels, music closet;
ithed.'essesses all the 1at't and bdst
Iliancy and HnipeIthitiid jra i y of toite;
thit reta1i pi-ce $27t>. Out .* ,olesaile net
mnd book, only $8'ens one organ sold
0.. No paytlent requi'rci ud'il you have
Ye send all organs on 15.'ddys test trial
ot as represented. Positim-ely. uiur Otgahs
any. stoph.. as .do manny pthers. W.
hottet and fair dealing, or no sale.
es $35. $50, $57I. $65 p70, S75, $85, etc.
the fullest a sthstlon. Organ Clitd4ogud
'th STREi!T aid 1ith A*'E~it1E.
t one-third price.- COffilogue of 3,00d
hoice pieces sent fodr 3i. atop. Thi
lt ofte day aind every 'variety' of fid* biba
,F. 0. Bor 2058; New York Clig,
g ilnl Pa, ge, una
ro, . . o~