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TUABDAV, July 20. . 1881,
Tcuis OF THE NuwS AND UKHALD.
-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per
annum, in advance; weekly edition, C
two dollars and fifty cents perannum, I
in advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of five and upwards.
HATES op ADViTIsINo.-One (1011111t
per inch for the first insertion, aid
,ifty cents per inch for.each subso ient
insertion. These rates apply to ril ad
vertiseients, of whatever nati' ae, and 1
are payable strictly in advance. (on
tracts for three, six or twel e m ioiths
made on very liberal te Ins. Tran
sient local notices, fifteen cents per
line for the first Insertion and seven
and one-half cents per line for each
subsecuent inbertion. Obitua"iCs and
tributos of respect charged ast advr
tisements. Sinple announclments o
marriages and deaths published free oK
char e, and solicited.
A11 communications, of whatsoever I
hature, should he addressed to the I
Wi nnshoro Publishing Company a
Whmsboro, S. C.
Vennor's Predictions. a
8ealed Proposal-James R. IIarvey,
-We have taken wood, potatoes,
corn, eggs, butter, onions, cabbages, 3
chickens, stone, lumber, labor, sand, ]
calico, sau:. kraut, second-handed
clothing, coon skins and bug juice on
subscriptions, in our time, and now a
man writes to us to know if we would , s
send the paper six months for a large c
owl. Therecare few things an editorI
would refuse on subscriptions, and if
we come across any fellow who Is
out of an owl and is in need of one v
we'll do it. t
BURNT To DEATH.-A negro man o
named Jim Goode, living on Mr. Sam- t
uel Cathcart's plantation was severely d
burned on Friday night last, and died
from his injuries on Saturday morn- u
Ing. lie had a kerosene lamp in his r
room, and undertook to fill it while it I
was lighted. The oil in the can be
eame ignited and, the can exploding,,
the burting liquid was thrown On c
t ie clothing of the man. Heran or.t of I
dgors, which only fained tie flames,
and when assistance reached him, it
was too late to do him any good. Af- a
ter intense suffering, lie died on Satur- v
.day, asbefore stated. I
A Gi.oony STATEMENT.-A writer
signing himself -'Tax", writing to the
News and Courier froni Rtidgeway,
July 20, says. 11
The state of the crops in Fairfield iN Y
ideplorable. 'Tle oat crop wias a ftil
ure, wheat was very poor alnld -weet I
tpotatoes were entirely ruinied. There C
-are thousands of 'etores of cori that I
will not make a peck to the -acre, in
factsbeing cut down for rough tood.
'Cotton will not. make one-half a crop:
'mudh ofit isiiot out of tile wit. aill
night. Tip forms are Itlying uitp ( I
the stalk. Wihat of tile ffutuwe? Liens
to the amount oif $l.50,'00 al I his plar e
;lloneC-not onie-fourh wvilI hbe piaiul.1
N~ot co11n enoungh wvil lbe madie to Iast
'until Christ mras. I have -beenI a1 tta-l
ter near forty years andi~ this is the a
most alarming yeaar ('ever experieniced,
-our farmers are ruined aind miany will
aiot be~able to pay their tax.
INCENDIA RIsm-On last Wednesday
2light the barni unid stables of Mi r. R1.
J. Giladney. were destroye'd by an in-i
cenadlary ire. The batrni was a two
'story building, amid tile staills fotr the
-livestock surroundedi thle lower stoiry.
The anlalis were fortunately in a
ipasture, and were consequenatly .svd a
On Sunday night two other biuilings
en Mr. Gladney's p~lace (a crib and a
4wo-room cabini usedl as a stable) w~ere
bunit, the fire being again the wvork of
inucendlaries There 1s nao inlsuranlce on
anuy of this property. We lunderstanld
that two nlegr('es have been arrested, i1
charged with the burnuina,- anid they 1
will be held for anm inv~estigationm into
thre case. We trust the guilty pairties
will be caught. It is time that this
burning of houses be bought to an
-enh-Hlanging is too good for tile
wretch that commnits such~1 a cr'itme. '
Mr. Gladney has been peculiarly uin
fortunate-having lost four buildingsi
by fire In tile piast few mnths. Tile
first was his blacksmnith shop. Ile hlas,
the sympathy of tihe comuniity in his
mnisfortunes.-The negroes arrested are
Cain Jones and hisa sori.
ITEMs FaOM DARK CORINER.-OLur
correspondent "Dar'k Corner" writes
as followvs: ''We are still dry in the
Corner, but we still hope to get rain
soon on our cotton crop. Upland corn
Is a failure in this immlediate settlemenlt.
We were present at a picnic dinner
at the old Antioch church ground on
the 20th, wvhlch was gottena up for tile
purpose of soliciting aid to rebuild a
Methodist church. By ten o'clock we
found about three hunlldredl persons
present. Tile meeting was called to
order by Mr. Joseph K. Nevitt, an~d on1
motion Mr. Thoes. WV. Traylor was
called to tile chair. After explaining
the objeet of the meeting anad going
through the regular routine of busi
ness, Mr. James V. Legg, being called
responded in his usual easy way.
on, showing tile many~ reasons why all
settlements should have a church and a
Sunday-school, itlh the great moiral
bearing they have on thae rising genl
eration, and tile whole settlenment in
common. Next the R1ev, J.' I. Matt
hon was called on and Introdneed.
With his strong influence ando clo
quence he brolughlt every ladly near the
stand. His strong reasoning and1(
earnest solicitations made the work of a
~he committee on subscriptions easy. I
~bou onme o'clock dinno~r was ala
toeied, which was splendid, and
proved to be bountiful for all. Capt.
J. Bu.P3yau.Crosby was present wit hi
his Oornoteland (which is tile pride
of the O~pr),' furnishing good music
* 8~I~tJ'Rs all tMrugh the day,. The
b st'o? feeling exIsted throughout;'and
the #bole affair Ivas a. Stand1 sucess."
T'IIM TW~rLld *EK MENT,
4tletig of theaireld Sutvivors -Tribuite
to a Dfeeased Member-MsosUaaeous
The survivors of Companies C and
P, 12 8. G. V., met lin the Court House
o Saturday, July 28, Vice-President
'. U. Austin presiding. The comnitt
ces on statistics made revorts, which
vill be published hereafter. An eec
let was had forofficers for the ensu
ngyear. and the following were elect
d by acclimation: President-. C.
)avlst 1st Vlce-President-F. D6
istin; 2nd Vico-President-Jos. N.I
.ook ; Secretary and Treasurer-N. C.
.obertoni ; Corres)poiding Secretary
f. It. Boyles.
The Comimlitcee which had been up.
>Ointed to draw i) menorial resoulu
ions oi the death oa' Mr. W. B. Yar
irougi, subiitted the following:
As It is fitting and proper to oherish
he memorv and emnilte the virtuesof
Ivery food eitizeii, we lb-4-I it to be
.peelitIy beciumig to record some
ribute i) the memorv and work (if
Mr deceased comrirade Ili iarms, IV. It.
(Aitio)tocun. Thie sul j et of thuis
keteh. vas a native of Fairfleld coun
y, iad ws borni oil tle 15th day of
Lyril. 1827. H1e was the soft ofljiry
nd Easter Yarborough. Upon the
0th day otNovember, 1848, he was
appiiiy uited in nurringo to Miss
bizabeth James, daughter of Thomas
I. and Eliza James. lie united hiu.
elf with the Methodist church some
ime during the year 1853; and during
is after liO wias ever true to lise pro.
ession, bein r a zeilois advocate and
(anch defenuider of the doctrinies of the
hurch whieb lie hiad embraced in early
m1anhllood. ils occupation was that of
1,1rmUer, an to this laudible avoca
ion he vielded the resources of a more
han ordinary minid. Ills uailsshutig
vorth amd modesty endent ed him In
lie respect and esteem of the wvholo
ommunity in which lie lived. At the
utbieak of the wiar, lie was amoig
he first to offer his life and services to
efenid the cause of constitutional lib.
rtv; and lie became a meUiber of
,ompany F, 12th South Carolina Vol-1
nteers, which was under tle comu
3and oftMr. McMeekin. While brave.
v fighting upon the field of battle, at
lie Second Alaia.sas, lie received a
round which disqnaitiled him for
etive service during the remainder
f the war. Atter recovering from the
.nmediate effects of the w ouud, he
fats assigied to light duty, ill whici
e continuied to be engaged until the
lose of the war. Inl the Regimient
,id aonmig is coinrades lin arms lie
vas inst. highly esteemed for his
werit iad bravery, his goodness and
.niialbilitv. lie vas tie f-eiend and
ounselor of all and gained a firm hold
potn the aiflictions of all with whom
e caine in contact. After the war,
e returned to his home, and enigaged
11 his former pursuits for a itnimber of
'ears. After lingerig with a painful
lisease for severali months, he Cahin1ly
'aassed through "the valley and shad.
w of (eat hi, oti the tenth .daV of
kpril, 1881--leaving a devoted .vicei
uid sevei childreni to mourn tlir los.
'hlls, haiving spent his d ys in sobrie
y 1111d usefulness. honiored ana esteem
(I ny il, he gat tered I lie driapery of
is coiuch bout itim and laid' him
lown to pleaiant dreams, w hicl fd
hlirI reaii.ai-ion0 ini Lihe briight and gto
ions immioart alit v of the fu t ume.
lie it therefor re.xleved:
1. Thait ini the dleath of W. 13. Yau
Iout~Onl the counmty has beii depiiv
d of a miaithful ana zealous citizen,
ad the Survivdra' Assaociationi has lost
ii ardenit and1( eairnist member.
2. Tlhiat we will cherish his memory
5 a brave amid fearless Conifederat'e
oldier; anid that we will endeavor to
niuhate his worth and virtues as a
3. That a bhaik page in oui minute
ook bei snitably iiiseribed to his niem
4. Tlhat a copy oif these resolutious
ie tranismiitedt to is hereaved ihmiily,
mdi aL copy senlt to Tluia NI.ws N
J ME.s 11. IItuvEY,
Sii.M4 W . 1R IFF,
9 Jos. K. Cooa,
Mr. Jan. 11. Harvey ainnouiiced the
ieathi of Mir. Wmii. .liell, allot her miem
)1ri ofI Cott niiny F'. and1( requlested thle
>residenit to apioint ia commiittee to
iraft. Ruitale resioiutionis thiereoii.
Ehe followving-unmed miembr'e wvere
ppinh~ttedl: WV. A. Mceiow'ell,. J. RL.
3loani and Thhos. Andi~ersoni; amid they
vere inistructedi to report by3 (lie 13th
TIhec coriespondiing secretary an
iounced that lie had made arrange
unents, by which membhers would hie
)mISsed tO antd from Lancaster at about
brea dlollairs, including tare oin both1
-oads. Hie aiso read a letter from
japt. J. IH. Kinsler, saying that lie
v'ill be oni handi~, untless Providentiaully
aindi(ered. Tlhie treasurer inadle a sat is
Oinimotion, thie .Association then ad
ourned, to meet oui Saturday, Au
-There were t wenity-seveni deaths
romn sunstroke at Cinicitinati on the
VENTNO1'S PEDIOTIONS I
~or this Month's wnst her. n'nnarst ex pressly
or STODDART'S REIVI EWI.
Rample copyi maijed for So. 8ta map.
'.M.8SToDDAUT, P'ubiisther, New Ye. k, ['hiladel.
bla or Chiciago. - July 27-xSt
A UJDITOnl's OFIE,
WNNsnonO, S. C., Jul.- 52. 1881
'I HIE County Board of Equal Ization for
J. Farfletid Coon ty will meet at the
uaitor's Office en Monday. the 1st, day
if August, i8mu1.
I. N. WVITHERS,
July 23-t4xl County Auditor.
3 E AILED proposals for furtshing pouts
a ointers at the different fork and
ross-roadsu, in Fairtild county, and
reeting the'same. will be received at- this
te up to Aagust, 13, i88i. The Comn
aIiitonri will furnish the pointers and
ontractoirs will furnish the nails. Posts
o ho 4x4 inches, of long-leaf heart piae,
ost or white na: sassafras, cedar or
hostntnt, Inserted two feet under grond
nd reaching twelve feet above (lie ground.
ls will be received by townships, and
ny given township will embrace all the
'0ads in said township, with the reads
eading from dividing roads into arid
ownship~s Township No. 14 wIll le
-mbraed' In No. 4. and No. 15 in No. 13.
L'he CommIssIoners reserve the tight to
eoject any and all bidr.
JAG. B. .BAUtYEY,
jilyt2 Git2 Oma-n.
AT OUR HOUSE
4 TUE MOMT
CHOICE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
014D VIRGINIA MINT JULEPS.
TRY THE CorEEBtRATED
BUCK B E E R,
2"3 S AMD COOL.
J. C L E ND ININ G.
tuay 8 Next door to W. It. Doty & Co.
Free to Everybody!
A BEAUTIFUL BOOK for the ASKING
oBy applying perqonally ait the nearest
loeo 'E ISINGER MANUF ITUR
ING CO. (or by postal card if at a disi
tance) any ADULT person will be pre.
sented with a beautifully illustrated copy
of a New Book entitled
STORY of the SEWING MA CHINE
containing a handsome and costly steel
engraving frontispiece. also. '/8 finely en
graved wood cws, and bound in on elab
orate blue iand gold lithographed cover.
No charge whatever is made for this hand
some book, which can be obtained only
by application at the branch and subordi
nate offices of The Singer Manufacturing
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
Principal Office, 34 Union Square,
may 17-1y Now York.
GLADDEN HOTE L.
WE, the undersgned. respec'fully in
form the citizens of WINN BORO and
vicinity that, we have REMOVkD to
And are now in receipt nf a full line of
new and desirable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Which we will sell at the lowest prices
DRESS G OODS,
Laces and Embroiderics, which we of'or at
accordingly low prices.
WVe respectfully ask the atntion of th
Ladies to our entirely new fresh
stock of these goods.
English Rwiss, Plain and Plaided Nan
socks. Piques, in great variety.
Lad ies' Lane Scarfs, Tics end Pows. at
fiftee'n cents worth thirty-five cents.
CLOT hI NGi
BEA UTII'UL sPrIING* SUITS .
' FINE, MIEDIUM and COMMON
.For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS
MADE TO ORDER.
Suits made to order at very low prices.
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
~. Luldockor & Bro.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN~
ELEGANT SECOND STOCK OF
GOODS, WHICH IS READY I/OR
THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF
Ladies' Neckwear in the City.
THE BEST STOCK OF WHITE!
Goods in Town.
AGENT -for the DALSHEIMEI~
BROS., OF PHiLADELPHIA,
FINE LADIES SHOES.
BARGAINS in GENTS', YOUTHS
AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
ma. GA~ i aj.
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL
HALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX.
TY-FIVE CENTS PER DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNED
- C Umm.D' . --.
F. W. HIABENICHT.
EARS for the XILLION I
FOO CHOO'S BALSAM of SHARK'S OIL
Positively estore the Hearing. and Is the only
Absolute Cure for Deafne~ss Known.
This oil is extracted from a peouliar
species of small Warrn SwHAn, caught in
the Yllow Sea, known as OZrcharodon
RIondeleii. Every Chinese fisherman
knows it. Its virtue as a restorative of
hearing were discovered by Buddhist
Priest about the year 1410. Its curep were
so numerous and many so seemingly mi
raculuns; that the remedy was oilloially
proclaimed over the entire Empire. Its
use became so n niversal that for over 300
years no deafess has existed among the
('binese people. Sent, Aharges prepaid.
to any address at $1 per b onte.
Only Imported by HA LOCK * CO..
Bole Agente for AmerIos. 7lBa 42W York.
Its virtues are unquestionable and its
curative character absolute, as the writer
can petsonally testify, both fi-oin experi
ence and observation.
Among the many readers of ti~e Revieto
in one pafrt anid another of the country, it
is probable that num bers are afflicted with
deafness, and to such it 'thay be said:
"Write at once to Haylock & Co., 7 Dey
istreet, New York, enolosing $1, and you
will receive by return a remedy that will
enale you to beer like an rbody else, and
whose curative effects will be permanent.
You will navva-r regret doing so "-Editot
of Afercaniile Review. jun 26--3m
(WOUND ON WUITE 8P~Oens.)
GEORGE A. CLARE,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
Since the Introduction of this Spoo
('ottoui into the American market. Its inc
coss has been uinpreceda nted.' No othe
brand of thread hahu ever met with th<
came amount of public favor in the sami
space of time.
The "O. N. T * manufacturera were th,
first to recognise the Importance of th,
sewing Machin can d to mnake a sti.-cor<
cotton, which has ever been 'the recog
nizte-d standard for machines.
All the improvements in. machiner;
that tha inventive genius of the nine
teeth century has produced have bsej
adapted by the manufacturers of "O.N.T.'
At all the great International Fairs o
the world, "0. N. T." has been awardet
the highest honor.
'Ibe -'O. N. T." factories at Newark
N. J., and Paisley, Scotland, emplo
,00operatives-- make sufficient threat
daily to go around the world four tite.
Consume 140 tons of coal daily.
The. manufacturer's of '0. N. T." at
the largest manufacturers of Spool Cot
ton in the world.
A full assortment of this spool Ootton
can be had at wholosaleand retail at J. M
BEATY & CO.'R. feb 22-tx~m
KINGi'8 MOUVITAlN and its Ii EROESt
rgNHIS work, from the pen of Lyis.- C
U. Draper, LL.1D., will be reaidy to
delivery In a short time It w11ll'oe foun
the fullest and mnost accurate account o
one of the most important battles of th
Revoiution. Every Souith Carolini
should have a copy. The book is sol<
only by subscription, at four dollars pa
copy It may be prooured of the undem
signed, solo agent. for Fairfield.
I. L. WITHiERS~ & CO.
.p Revised New Testaments.. in al
the different styles, may be had /t pul:
lisher's prices. July 18-8m
J AM now prepared to reciae return
of all real estate and personal prop
evty owped by the oitiseans of Winsbor<
for the Munilcipal ear 1861--2.
* I. 8, CoANDEReU
DURING the continuance of the
dull season, I will offer bargains to
CASH CUSTOMERS in all depart..
BARGAINS IN WHITE GOODS
MUSLINS and LAWNS.
rARGAINS IN CLOTHING
CASSIMERES and JEANS,
SHOES and HATS,
BEST WHITE DRESS SHIRT IN
TOWN for ONE DOLLAR.
Nice lot of Gauze and MNinsook
Undershirts and Bleached Jean
A GOOD WHITE DRESS SHIRT
FOR ONLY 75 CENTS.
I also offer good CIDER Vinegar
at the low price of TEN and FIF
TEEN CENTS per gallon, and the
best White Wine Vinegar at
TWENTY CENTS per gallon.
Crockery, Glassware and Wood
enware, all at low prices. Come
MY GROCERY STOCK ALWAYS
AND FEED STABLES,
WINNSBIORO, S. C
rs a purely vegetable bitter and powerful
tean cure fez ever and Aue, Chill
and Fve interatitent or Chill
analarIal disorders. In miasmatic diw.
tricts, the rapid pulse, coated tongue,
thir, lassitude, loss of appatite, pain in
the bak and lins, and codess of the
nois and extremities, are only prenmoni.
os of severer symptoms whic termin'
ate in the ague paroxyrsm, succeeded by
high fever and profuse perspiration.
It i a startling fact, that qainine ar'
eenio, and other posonous minerals Lorn
o basis ofn mosof the " Fever ad Agua
aratlons made from these miners) poIsons
reak te chli do notcr atbt teave th
maalarial and their' own rmfg pison i
th sytm, producing a iuism, &liines
ehrdiso4rusnmore fortmidahle than
She disease tey were latepded to curs.
Aru's Aos Conts thorougl eradicates
these noxiougsons f o h system
and always eone the soxjest cases. I
contains n quinie, inn , or any thing
tatcould injure the most delicat pa.
sys e s fro asbefore the
For iJves Complfat., A.'na's Aoi
Cuss, by direct acion on the liver and
blary aprats, dries ot th ho ison.
tihlay thed snystem to a vigorous,
eut it when taken according
Prepared by Dr. 5 0. Ayer' & Co.
a Veseeieal ae Anabtient CbemIsts.
, -st er 11t& Sapeeser UYaatwDSaS.
IN order to make room for my I
annual inventory, I will of'er special
LAYS IN DRY GOODS, NOI'10Nt
75 pairs 'lable Screw Bropus, r
100 pairs Cable Screw Plough Sl
60 pairs Meln's Pegged Calf Ties
50 pairs Women's Grain Polkas,
99 pairs Wonen's Cable Screw (
150 pairs Ladies' Half Cloth G iii
vomething nice in ladies' fine gc
is a SPE CIA L DIRIVE for thirty da;
ONE HUNDRED Sets of Cups
price of 25 cents por net, for the reta
TWENTY-FIVE Sets of Cups a
75 Sets of Plates reduced to 35
100 Sets of Plates ieduced to iC
18 Covered Dishes redueed to 6
Bowls, Pitchers and Baking Dis
GLASSWARE I GLASSAi
25 Sets Banded Goblets reduced
and ends in glass sets and dishes, for
JARS, JARS-Just received one
my prices before buy ing elsev here
a few izeR-putty, etc. To ar ive m
cheaper than ever, and will be sold a
PAINTS. PAINTS-The "Town
highly recomnmended, and will be sol
HATS. HATS-Ono hundred Si
not want to carry any of them over.
J. L. MIM
M, L. K]
MOST complete stock of Clothing
and nteck wear in, endless 'iniet. Lou
the latesnt styvles andu ilish, fit p1'-ics t'o
FINE s4hoes or inen nud -hove.
Manila, andu Webster's braiids ii n'll co
Alpmca coaits it all sados silid quialities
anid Mohair D)usters ins all styles.
ALL ORDERS PR(
WILL MAKE, FORt TilE NEXT GO D
$850 SQUA/R E G RA ND.
STYLE 3 1-2 an"
cur neow pate-nt oven~rstrng scal, beautifu
large fancy meoulding. round ens~o, fnll Irr
mers; ins fact overy imaprovemelnt which ca
istrumnent ha4 been added0(.
NA'Ie~rYrk, via1$ i ilt I'aio Cov. 8too stat
T.jhxt I'iano will tc lsent, en test tread. 1'
money with order. Cash iient with ordor
by Uli both ways if Piano Is not just s rep
int use. Hend me'r Catalougue,. Eve'ry insitr
PBI A NOS $10ao 4" (i
miado oune cf tie linesPt dlei)pla 1 at the Cen
recommre'nded for the HIG'1ESTr IIONOIV
Scale, the greatesut isnprovo'uenut ini the his
scaleu Upa ighlt.4 are theo unet, ini America.
Paianos,~ at~of t ricest tonetiand greaest. O'It
fel puirchaiser. All P'ianosa atidi Organs se
UNHAII.FACTOaY Don' fulal teo wri o us beoI
Liargains. P'ianoi Catta:og~u mailed froei.
Piano Ca-.alognso oft city paiges 2illed for I
ranted for live vears.
'-Oluxi*NTAL,"' etit 99, 11.s 1 the handkrser
ever oflered the muisicatl public. It contai
OCeste, Diapamrch, Sub-lhase tand Coleti na
vir, Mcedten, (olesete, .:n charmmtg top,)
Forte, Celeste-Forte. Expreisseion, TIrele
Organ, (which throws cin the enatire peowe:
swell, Le~tt K~neti hop and Granid tSwell,
boxed. 3j0 lbv. Th'lo els3 caio solid wailn
onstrly new ian.i beautifu' design, elabor
lamap sthll1i. fretwoerk.. e'c~., all e'le gat~tly
imphrovemtentk, nI ithi great power, <l (ptta,l
Beantiful solo (efeia and1( stotinti 11. I<
oansh prrico to hav~e it mitrueced, with atol
sells othern Poitivel:. .no deviation in
fully teted the oirgasn in *30nr own hom1e5.
anti pasy freiht both ways if inlstreument
contain no "liogue" Ret's of Receds, or "1
maoke nio ma tier.-pre-enftatious , isad guaran
Fet,' wvAien~irED, ior live years. Other
Over X~4 0001 eotm- and every Organ hase gi
FACT()ZY ANDr WAIIEIIOOMs
SHEET1 MUS I C
Cataloguse inelindes tuost of the p)oplar~f nI
omposition, by the best umthjorn, Add
jun 25 Sm
12 R. W PHIILLIP'S, Agent, Winne
bore, . S.de
Pall and Winter Stook, and prior to
inducements for the r.ext THIRTY
aduced to $1.25.
toes, redneed to $1.85.
, reduced to $1.75.
reduced to $1.00.
'alf Shoes, reduced to $1.25.
,er, reduced to $1.20
ods, reduced to $2 25 a pair. This
ms only, and can be bought for CASHI
md Saucers at the astonieng low
,1 trade only.
id Saucers reduced to 50 cents per
cents per set.
cents per set.
hes reduced accordingly.
to 65 cents per set. Some odds and
half their original value.
and two quart Cohansev Jars. G -.
Window Glass--a Ispecial bal gains in
txt week another lut of tinware,
and Country" M;xed Pitia is very
1l at a vory close naargin.
raw Hats at and below cost, as I do
E LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
1, COLUMBILA, S. C.
in the Slate. Geit furni.ling goods
uis, Y<.uths' 5uits and .Meni' Suits of
suit the t'imes.
Tay~il's celebrated Mackinaw, also
lors, the latest, is the Der'by Straw.
S ilk Surges and Aipac-' nd Linen
PIANTO C. '
AYS ONLY, A GRAND) OFER O1F
PL/1NO FOR O~L Y $2.45,
cent rosewood case olegantly ft inhed, 8
,73 Octaves, full patent cantanto agrafli a,
carved legs4 and lyre, heavy werpentiee and
SFrate, F r t nh dranid Action, Oirnn.I Hamn
1in1 any way tend to the pieriectioni of the
dl,'1Riverct on boardt cars at $j245.00
lenase site rt eference if yon ..o Rnot, send
vill bie reltnded and1( lreiglht .-bar'ge paid
resenitedc ini this adver i,ciet. 'luiThosd
uie n t fulIly wanrrante~d for tIIvo ye'arst.
h Sto(ol, C'over atnd J20010. All strictly firstj
whlolesale fictory pices3. Thiesei Einos
foennial E3xtibitionl, a11-d we're nnanfiinly
Trhe squiare~s conltalin our New Pa'erif,
tory of Piano naking. The new 'atnt
Positively we umae t'.e line t t.praeht
rabi lity. TIhey' nre, r-00 cooene byl th-i
- Get 14,001 -t inuo. anl I no'" (ne lissa1 ii
itL on1 5 day a' te~st~ trial Im:IRon r' F r.F. iF
ort' bin g. P 'i33 e31 we off -e t 1 b. -:i
11 .n dsomei I1:- t roaIoii 1n D-, - ' d
ix cen ts stain e E s.ery I'i.t.ui fi" ' h:
\ N S Our Ne'w 8Lyle Jnubilog Orgati
n ,Japnese Case., niille~ I.th
t, tas10 tield H'weetest t'oed Parlor Organ
ns 6 O)claves, S sota of itee.Is, viz :.Il(irali.I,
.A iso Fiftian Bieatiin tops a f 0 1
Diaaon, .4 iw-hi. Echo, hante. t Mm
-Congi ler, Cele .innc. Ilos I- ,. I r n 1 i I
l . ile in uutrnlitent.)' Itigh' 1.t.
HeIit 70 in. ; Wi th, il
nti, 'gene(ered( wih ca"ide . nois
tiel'y curvetd, w.ih p ~Is,
ill i51hed. Possl 4(' ail' i he I ?
rIico. No payR enIt. rec ibira ii l y. \.RI bnm.
a not as reprsenat.-d. P'. sitive ly. iur Urgnre
ammtiy" 0.2). as do m~anty< toers. wa
cc honent andl tnir dealing, or -osl.
tyles $35. $50. $57 $65 $70, !!76. $85, eta
Vi n the fulleost : a isntIOn~OI. Or'gan C'ata'egue
, 57th &TRE~ET affd 10th AV5t--N~.
1 'at one-thilrd price. Canuogneof .. N'1(
/ choice pifeces set, for 3o. staIIRp. Thia
isio of the day andt overy vaity of musical
CO,, D. 0. Box 2058, New Yoi'k City.
)f Y virttic oIf anI excetion toR nif di
i ece.I nA Ill offe(r for1 sale betforeo
I he coulRI -house( oor in WIR inn huovo,
S.C., con the firmt 3tor~day in A stt
next wihinthelegal bhtta of sale, to
be igheost bidder. tor' cash. the ti
owing deserihed propeorty, to it:
All that tractt oi landt lyinig inI Fair
11(d Counity, S. C., coalin dingR 01ne httun
dred( and twenty-t wo (122) acres, antd
t)Onnded~t by kitis oh Sitil. MoQutatters,
N. Marshall, C. MeanRs, RI. 8. l3es
potes~ and B. E, Elkin. Levied Ltpna
as the property of B. E. Elk in at the'
J. D. McCA RLEV,
Winnarsff-o, b.. C.21
July 1, 181 l'a