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1OWN AND COUNTY.
WTUADAY, Auguft 6 0 i t 1.
TERMS oF THE NiWS AND TIERALD.
-Trl-weekyeditlon, four dollars per
n-num, in 'advance* weekly edittt,
two dollars and fifty cents perannuto,
in advnao, Liberal discount to clubs
of five and upwards.
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per inch for the first insertion, ad
fIfty cents pto inlih fbr each subseq tent
Insertion. These rates apply to all ad
vertiertenits, of whatever nato reo, and
are payable strictly in advanee. COn
tracts for three, six or twelve inouths
made on very liberal terms. Tran
aMent local notices, fifteen cents pur
line for the rst insertion und seven
and dirmlalf cents per line for each
subsequentinsertion. Obituo-es andi
tributes of respect charged as adver
tisements. Simple announcements ot
marriages and deaths published free ox
charge, and solicited.
All comn) unleations, of whatsoever
'nature, should he addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company
Wisnboro, S. C.
AMItROAb SCIEDULE.-The tralus
now pass Wlji,nnsboro ns follows:
North-bound paA4eiger, 12.28 . mbN
south-bound, 4.28 p. i.; north-boumil
freight, 9.05 a. t.l south-bound, 1.37
p. in. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen tiiutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Application for Charter-W, A.
Ancrum and Others.
-The Carolina base ball club have
received their new unifornss.
-Our reporter begs I o thank tihe edi
tot of the Chester Bultotin for courte
-Guano, Orlin guanol Thats the
question that is now agitatig Clhe
-Mr. M. C. Robertson, the efficient
clerk to the Secretary of State, is in
town on a short visit.
-The "bloods" turned ont in tidll
force on Thursday afternoon in a beau
tWilul new carriage and an elegant
steed. It's a good thing to be rich.
-The court-house "ring" is steadily
Increasing. We think they ought to
have all anniversary dinner next sLn
-A ball will be given in honor of
the Carolina base ball club after tL.e
game to be played in Chester on the
tenth of this month.
-We wonder if the Orator of the
B. P. U. doesn't feel as though lie had
lost something? If he doesn't he de
ceives his looks very much.
-The sheriff says lie has so many
"boarders" now that he thinks the
county commissioners will have to
increase the "roomage" of theJail so as
to accoinmodate the fall "bummers".
-The Columbia Register, quothng
the item in TilE NEws AND IERALD
about glass-ball shooting, sayst "The
best way to settle this question Is for
the Winnsboro team to get up a shoot,
but don't confitie it to the Columbia
team and themselves; bring in all the
teams in the State; and we will bet
the nub of our pencil Columbia wins.
Botto voce-the team may bet more."
FREsH B-ER.-Just received five
cases of Portnier's Tivoli Lager Beer.
A full supply of Berger & Engels
Celebrated Lager Bleer, by the dozen
or on draught, at F. W. H.ABENIoHIT's.
TA LL MEN.-Anderson county boasts
of a negro six feet, eight Inches in
height, and the papers say l'e is to be
taken in hand bly Barnum .and 'exhib
ited as a phenomenon. Six-feet-eight
is "p~retty good for high," but Fair
field can beat it. Mr. 1R. M. Steven
son, an esteemed citizen of this couni
ty, stands sIx feet, nine inches. lie i4
eighty years old, but is in fine health
and genmerati vigor1 M1r. Stevenson had
several brothers who measured not
less than six feet, six inches-but they
weren't considered so very tall.
THE BIX'fl IEGIMENT.
Fourth Annual Mceting of the SurviVors-.
A Fins Glathering qt Oh.eter--Address by
Doctor Boggs-- ho Business Tranmacted.
[REPORTED FOR THE NEWR ND ISERALD.)
The Survivors of the Sixth Regi
ment, Sottth Cai'olina Voluinteers, held
their aninual reunion at Chester oni
Thursday~ last, the 4th instant, being
the fourth meeting of the Regihnftal
.Asociationi since its formation 1.1
Chester~ in August, 1878. IL was gel:
orally understood that the Chester dl
vision were making extraordinnky ef'
forts to get up a celebration worthy of
the occasion, and It wvas expectedl that
a large crowd wvould bie in attendance,
The~ survivors in this county,. living
near Winnsboro and south of It, wvent
to Chester on thue through freight tralin
on Thurisday mor'ninag. -Those livi ng
ini hie upp)!er sectfoti went by private
conveyance. By nine o'clock Trhurs
day morning quite a good crowd. o
survivors and their friends were seen
on the streets of Chester, and at tes
o'clock the p~rocession was formed te
march to the Fair Grounds, where the
celebration was to take place-Major
Julius Mills, Chief Marabal, being h1i
command. The following was the
order of the procession
Sandy River Band.
Lee Light Infantry.
Intendant-and Wardens of Chester.
R1ev. W. E, Boggs, D, D., Orator.
The Execative Committee.
ionrry Members of the Association,
Survivors of the Sixth Rlegiment.
The old battle flg of the Rlegiment
was born by Mr. James Tinkler of thu
county, a member of Compny G.
One thing especialry noticeable in the
processioni as the appearance of sov.
oiral colore' men in the rauks of the
survivors, muongst them Frank WII
llama an Dave Alken, both well
knownii hWinnaboro. These duskyk
with badges, Walked as proudly as
tilelr white friends, and recalled vivid
ly to our recolloction the thithfulness
displayed by so many Qf their race,
both at home and ou the tented field,
during the trying scenes of the war,
Arrived at the Fair Grounds, the ex
ereibes Ivere opened with prayer by
the Rev. G. T. Harmon, and a most
beautitiil and impressive invoeition it
was. Gen, John Bratton, President
of tie Association, now rose and ad
dresod his old comrades In arms, Ills
remarks were very eloquent and feel
ing, and brought tears to the eyes of
many of the battle-scarred veterans
who stood before hin, and who had
followed him Into the thickest of the
fight.on the days that tried men's souls,
Genev-al Braton next littroduced the
orator of the oceasion, the Rev. Dr.
W. E. Boggs, the former chaplain of
mhe regiment, and a native of Fairfield)
but now in pattoral charge of a large
and influential congregation at Atlanb
ta, Georgia. Dr. Boggs spoke extem
poraneouisly., with only a few notes at
hand, 11111 w are In consequence unl
able at present to reproduce lils re
marks. It. Is sunflcient to say that he
silstaied his well-earned reputation as
an orator and public speaker. On the
one hand lie held the survivors spell
bound by allusions to his intercourse
with them around the camp fire, and
recalled fatniliav scones and incidents
of their heroic struggle for liberty ; on
on the other his beautiful and match
less flights of oratory. and the brilliant
11ashes of genius with which his ad
(Iress glittered, ecihalned the undivid
ed atteItionl of the Vast crowd of men,
women and children,'that constituted
his audience. His plea for constIttitton
al g)verInenllt l d civil libierty was a
unts: i-piece, anldI hIs arrunenit Was un
answerable. Thongh quite lengtlhy
his remarks were listened to with
great interest and attention through
out, and the pleasuirte felt by his audi
tory was ianifetted by the hearty
chers and congratulatiois that greet
ed the distinguished speaker when he
took his seat.
Dinner was now annonneed, and
being, like a motion to adjourn, al
ways in order, no second invitation
was needed to ilduce the survivors
and their friends to tirrouind the boun- A
tifully prepared tables that were ticar
it hand. The spread consisted of
harbecued meats and picnic "doings",
with the usual accoinpaniments, and
was gotten up in a manner that re
flecteel great credit upon the commit
tee of arrangements and their ady as-.i
sistants. Everything was in abund
antce, and everybody (including this
reporter) went away very well satis
tied. After dinner the associalion as
senbled in the Fair building, and was
called to order for the transaction of
regu'ar business, General Bratton inl
the chair, and Capt. 1H. A. Gaillard as
secretary. The following is an epitolne
of the business transacted: The old I
officers of the asqociation were all re- t
elected. A resolution of thanks to the
Rev. Dr. Boggs for his able and elo
quient address Wias uiimR1iiioUsl y ILdopt
ed. Winnsboro was selected as the
ntext place of meeting, the time, the
first Thursday in August 1882, and (le
Fairfield division was directed to
niake all necessary arrangements. A
committee was appointed to draft
suitable resolutions wilth reference to
the death of Capt. WV. S. Brand, and
Messrs. Iranens Pope and Archibald:
Hood. Major WVoodward turned overi
to the Association a lettetr written by1
exA9ov. John H. Meanis In July, 1861
to Col. Maxcy Gregg, urging hiim to
take the Colonelcy of the Regiment,
made vacant by the resignation of Col.
Rion. The Executive ConmIttee was
charged With the selection of an orator
for the next rettnion. A fter the pas
fage of thlanks to the Falir Association
for the ue of their building and
grounds, and to the Lee Light Infant ry
for their escort, the meeting was dea
APPLICATION FOR CHARTER.
NOTIOE is hereby given that applica.
LN tion. will lye made to athe L.egisla
tutes of the State of South 2arolina, at its
riext session, fot a charter to construct
a railroad from sonma point On the Uhar
lotte, Columbia and Augnssa Rtadroad,
between Columbia and Wiunsboro, to
some point east of Camden, 8. C., by way
of Caindeft 8. C.
Aug. 3, 188L. W. A.- ANCRUIM,
F. L. ZEMP.
E. w. P'ARKERI,
J. 7/. lAY.
STATE OF SOUJTH CAROLINA,
OOUNTY OF FAIRIELD.
COUJRT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mary l! Ilose, Fanny A. [logan,
Isaiahm N. Smith and Ifenry Y. Smith,
Plaintiff's, against Ed ward P. Smith,
as Administrator of the estate of
Wrighmt R. 8mnfti, deceased, andi in
diviilually, Silena F. Smith, Robert
Smith, Ella Smuith, Aar'on Felder~
Smith, Mattic Ii. McDaniol, .Jamaes
'W. B. Smith, Derrell Smith and
Wylie J. Davis, Defendants.. Stun
mons for Relief-Conmplaisit flot
To THlE DEFENDANTS AnOvE-NAMEDi
YOU are hereby summoned and re
qtliredl to answer'tihe compllainit In this
aiclion, which is tiled In tihe ofiice of
the Clerk of Common Pleas, for the
saihl County, ata( to serve a copy of
your ansawer to the said compllaint on
the subscribers at thmeir officoe, No, G
Law R ange, Winnsboro, 8. C, wvthin
twventy (<ays after the service hereof,
exclusive of (lie day' of such service;
and If you fail to answer the comiplait
within the time aforesaid, the plai ntiffs
in this action wvill apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the comn
Dated 1I8tfi eluly, 1881.
bOUGLA SS & McCANTS,
To the above-named Defendants Silena
F. Sinitl, R~obert Smith Elfla #mitif
and Aaron folder Smit? i
Take notice that the surtmons itt
this action, of which the foregoing Is a
cop~y, andi the cornplainmt were flied in
the office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas, at Winnsboro, in the
County of FaIrfld, In the State of
South Carollna,on the 15th day of July,
A. D. 1881.
Dated 15th .July, 1881.
DOUGLASS & McCANTS,
VENTNOR'S PRUDIOT IONSI
rthis Mobth's SOe , e ret4 OxffyI
ph3 a orsherji. 301 t?4za -
R 001 HUSEj
4 fift MOST).
;EE RRY COBBLERS,
)LD VIRGINIA MINT JULEPIS,
''RY THE CELERATED
B OCK C E . IR,
PESH AND COOL.
may 8 Next door to W. R. Doty & Co.
ARF constatitly bolbg received by ine,
synopbis of which I give below.
1EW ORLEANS MOLAS88 AND SYRUPS
UGARS, FROM T E HST IEST TO THE
'E FINEST LOE It I X T11E MARKET-"TUE
PATENTr FAMILY'-AL S~O ALL (liA D)ES
JACKSON'S BEI FAMILY FLOUR.
ALIFORNIA PEARS, Someting Choice.
SUCCOTASH, Deans and Corn Combiheo
'EPPER. ETC., ETC.
ALSO INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUl
Olve me a call and Oxamine for yourself.
rticles too numerous tb mention.
D. I. FLENNIKEN.
.?roe to Everybody!
BEAUTIFUL BOOK for the ASKING
By applying personally at the nearent
ficeof TH1E SINGER MANUFAXTUR
NG CO. (or by postal card if at a dis.
ance) any ADULT person will be pre
ented with a beautifully illustraied copy
,f a Now Book entitled
;TORY of the SEWING MACHINE
ontaining a handsome and cratly steel
mngraving frontispiece, also. 28 finely en
craved wood cuts, and bound in an elab
rate blue and gold lithographedl cover.
o charge whatever is inade for this hand.
ems book, which can be obtaine I or ly
>y appllication at the branch aid subordi
iato offices of The Singer M1anufacturihg
L'HE~ SINGEIt MANUFACTFUlING CO.
Principal Office, 34 Union Square,
may 7-y New York.
GAI, ssorted. Cofibeso, 1io,
e anraand Old Got. Java.
Rio ani Old Gov. Java Roasted.
1'eas, Black, lInpeial, Gunpowder
itnd Yotiing Hysoui.
Pears; Peaches, Pinespples; 'o:
msamoCorned Beef, Deviled~
[Ha amukev, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni and 'Cheese, Ginger Pre
serves, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coopet
Geolati ne; Mustard, Black Pepper and
Bald win Cattsuip. Cross & Black
wvell's Choty Chowt lmpire C how
low, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Worcestershire Srince.
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
FROM THE WRECI
One Tire Plate, one Tire Bender,
one. Tire Shrinker~ three Screw
Plateis, ofte Ibellows, one Anvil, one
Vise. Oixe Boxing Machin'e,- cost
$18.00, will be iold for $10.
Lots of Oval, half Oval' fouind,
Band, sqtrare anid Tire Iron;i Habs,
Spokes, flims, Carriage Bolts, Tire
Bolts and all manner of castings.
TO BE SOLD XREGARDLESS OF
ULYSSE 0. DFPOR~TES.
Pa EL rnDER'S.
DURING the continuance of the
dull season, I will offer bargains tp
CASH CUSTOMERS in all depart,
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS,
MUSLINS and LAWNS,
IrARGAINS IN CLOTHING,
CAS1MJERES and JEANS,
SHOES and HATS,
BEST WHITE DRESS SHIRT IN
TOWN for ONE DOLLAR.
Nice lot of Gauze and Nainsook
Undershirts and Bleached Jean
A GOOD WHITE DRE 5 SHIRT
FOR ONLY 75 CENTS.
I also ofTer good CIDER Vinegar
at the low price of TUN 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 GROCEiAV STOCK ALWAYS
WI4, tlie undersigned, respeefnlly In
form the citizens ot WINN8RIORO anid
vitiinity that, we have IREMOVED to
And are now in receipt of a full line of
now and desirable
SPRING Ab StuMft dOODS
Which we will soil at the lowest prices
Laces and Embroideries, which iwe offer at
accordingly low prices.
We respoctfttlly ak tile attention of th
Ladies to our entirely new fresh
stock of these goods.
English Swiss, Plain and Plaided san
sooks, Piques; in great 4kriety.
Ladies' Lane Scarfs, Tien and Pows, at
Aifteen cents, wofth thirty-five cents.
BEAUTIFUL SPRING SUITS
FINE, MiEPIbit and COMMON
For MEN, IYOb'.fif sud~ tOYS.
MADE TO ORDERS
Suits made to order at very low prloes.
SAMPLESi ON EXHIBITION.
P. Laadecler & Bro.
I N coitaeetion with the Bigggy and
.Lpreg Wagon business, I have for
salO the wll-kniown
Farm~ Wa gon. My one-horve wegons are
coupled the aarne as A two-bsorne Vagon,
have front hounds and rooking bolster.
WYat~ated for twelve months.
ap Opp. IDueIevy & 7at
Be1'ller & Ene1
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL.
LAR FER DOZEN.
HALI PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
TY-FIVE CENTS P.i0R DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNED
F. W. HABENICHT.
ESTABLISH ED 1912.
(WoDND ON WurrE SPoors.
400 BRtOADWVAY1 NEW YORK,
Since the irltroduction of this Sp~ool
Cottoo into the Atnerican mark. t. its sne
cess has beeli unb~reddnted. No othier
brand of thread lhas Ovet' lnet with the
same amount of public f~at ih the saine
space of time.
The "0. N. T * manufntureA wern the
first to ?edoghlte tbe importance of the
Mowing Machine and to make a six -cord
cotton, which has ever been the recog -
nizqajd ar o aciD chi.r
that the~ inventive genius of the nine.
teeth cehtury an p rorliaed have boer>
adapted by the man ufacturbts of "O.N.T.'
At all the great Internatipnal Fair8 ni
the world, "0. N. T." hilth beeri Kwardecl
the highest bots.
'Iha '0. N4 T1." factories at Newark
5,200 opervtives -make suflicient threai
daily to go around the world four tinues.
Consume 140 tons of coal daily.
The manufacturers of "0. N. T." arn
the larkest wmMfufacturers of Spool Cot
ton in the world.
A full assortment of' this Spool Cotton
can be had at wholesale and retail at J1. M
BEATY &CO.'S. feb 22 ixfim
Ia~s iseeti fu
eonustant use by th
publie for over twent
years, and is the liest
prepbtatt fon ever in. 'i
tented for RESTORING Stat
ORAY HAiR TO ITS Asae
%AND LIFE; .. Ohemi8t
It supplies the tu. of Ea88,
ral food and edl.or to the
hair glands without . ,DN
staining the skins jI wi laoaz
thereasd and thicken the Phy8i
growth of the hair, pre- ofand
vent its blanching and endorse
llling ofi and thus d
AVERT DALDNE80S 200
It Cures It DngI Erup. DmeDd it
tienE and Dandruff. As ,
a HAiR DRESSING It
Is very desirable, giviog 6t
the hairsa since,, softness tinumph
which all admitel It IB 1medi
keeps the head clean* biB
Sweet and heal hy.
will dchange thd 6eard to a IeRWN
or BLACK at dhjorotion. Deing in
one preparation it is easily appliod;
aad pr'oduces a permAseed o6.or
Nha wil eotassof.
3, P, H &CO0. NASHUA, ll.ik
IN order to make rootu for my Fa
annual inventory, I will offer special in
LAYS IN DRY GOODS, OTIONSa
75 pairs Cablo Screw Brogans, rei
100 pairs Cable Screw Plough Sho
60 pairs Men's Pegged Calf Ties,
50 pairs Women's Grain Polkas, r
99 pairs Woinen's Cable Screw Ca
150 pairs Ladies' Half Cloth Gaite
Ponething nice in ladies' fine goo(
is a SPECIAL DRIVE for thii ty daya
ONE HUNDRED Sets of Cups an
price of 25 cents per set, for the retail
TWENTY-FIVE Sets of Cups and
75 Sets of Plates reduced to 83 ce
100 Sets of Plates reduced to 50 c
18 Covered Dishes reduced to 65 c
Bowls, Pitchere and Baking Dishl
25 Sets 13andod Goblets reduced t(
and ends in glass sets and dishes, for h
JARS, JAIRS-Sust received one a
my prices before buy ing elsewhere I
a few sizes-putty, etc. To arrive nex
cheaper than ever, and will be sold acc
PAINTS. PAINTS-2"he "Town t
highly recommended, and will be sold
HATS, HATS-One hundred Str
not want to carry any of then over.
J. L. MIM
MOST compiIe stock of Clthiig in
rad netck w ear ini emileass i ariieiv. Umci s'
the latest styles nad fiiish, at prices t'o st
.FINE she fl hietci 'abd lior s;
Mjnilla. and WVebster's braidla in tdll colo
Alpaca coats in all shadites and1 qualitlcs.
anid Mohair Dusters in all atyl~es.
A LL OndW11S PlRO
WILL MAI(E, 1OR TI!IE NEXT 60 PA
$850 A3QUA4RE GRAJVD P
STrYLE 3 1-2 M"nfl
our now patent, overstrung alei, beantiul c
large fancy inoulding roujid cgt.se, full Irbn]
muers; in fact every imaprovceett which tari
instrument haq been added.
. W'Our prIce~ for this, Instrumnent boeel and
New Yor, withi fine I'fano over, Stool anei nI
Tj.hiis Pino will 00 sent on test triad, Pie,
money with ordei'. ah Reit t' ith 6i-der wi
by its both ways if Pin snot just as repi-e
ina 11 Send for Cataloguo. Every instrhu
$160 to $400 (with
11.9 i\ I~Y(i)Sclaiss and sold atw
madle one cf the flinest dljsplays at the (O;~ e
reconmnded for the H fGiEST1 HIONOlb;
Scale, thin greatest imnprovo'nonat in the hiik
scale Upal ghts nre thec finest in Ataterica. I
Pinos, of tho rlchaestt top andr groatest. durn
highest musical Itittaoritiaes iii th 10tountry.
fled purchaser. All Piatnos aind Or-gans selit
-UwsA'-rx51uot'oay Don't fatil to writeo us bofi
targains. Piano Catalogue mailed free.
Piano Ca'alogue of fif ty pages mailed for sih
tanuted fihr linc ydrtth.
"ORINTAL,"styl 99 lathe bafidsomnost,
ever ol"'t'td tho mnisical puiblic. It contain,
Celeosto, Diarpasoun. .Sub-IBass and Celastina.
viz :Melod fat' Celeste. (a tbarrning to >,) D
Forte, Celoste.-Forte. Expression, TPre lie-C
Organ, (whaich throws on thae enitiro power e
Swell, Loft Nnce Htop and Grahad Swell. H
boXed. 35i0 1bw. 'The ease is of solid *aliini
enrtirt:ly new tand beautiful tdesigna, elaboratt
lamp stands. fretwork. &o., all elegantly fin
imnprovemna ftr, with great p~owor, depth,, bri
Beautiful solo effect anad stop notion. Row
cash price to hanve it introdiuced. with stool
sells ethers. Positively nio deovlttidii Ua pr'b
fully tested thle organ an yoiur own home.
andi pay frelgh t both ways if instrument is r
cotitalnx no "Iiogfis" Sets of' Reeds, or "~Dua
inaake no anmsrepresontationas, ando gtarab tee
FUxar waituNri' for five years. Other styl
Over.X4.000 sold, and every Organ bas givet
FACTORtY AND WAZiEROOMS; 5'
SHlE iT MU~S I C
Catalogue ino udhes most of the popular mur
comapesition, thin boi ,ruthors. ..Addrer
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO
KING'S MOUNTAlf i ts iiEROS
T HIS work, fro-m the pen of Lyman C.
"Drap'er, L1L.D., w~ihhll e r, ady foi
delivery iri a abort 'lrme It will be fann
the fullest antd most accuir~to accoant (it
one of the moist htoportant battle~s of' the
Revo-,ton. Every South Carolinlar,
should have a cop y. The booko is iold
only by sub 6'iption at four dolAr jor
copy It may be proou'ed 9ftiro unt' or
signed, solo agonts for Fair <iio.
a IL L. WITHEIlR8 & CO.
pg Reviser1 New TI'stardents. in all
the different styles, m'tay be hand at pub.
lisher's prices. Jualy ln 8mu 1
* \* 0O3?dMZNTING,
All kind6 ol ,10B PRINTIlNG, such
as Letter IMS ?'d' ill liends Enavelopes,
&c., &c.-, dotne in neat style anid v'ery
tiMEAP. at 'Tae. ANzw awn u.
11 and Winte'Stook,-and Prir if
ducements for the n'ext 'IJiII1UY
--MY P11 ICES%
tLitod to $1.28.
op, rbAxWed to $1.38
'edited to $1.75.
3dtleed to $1.00.
If Shoos- reditend to $1.25,
rs, reduced to $1.20.
Is, reduced to $2 25 a pair. Thia -
only, and can be botight for CASH
d Saicers at the astonisbing low
Saucors reduced to 50 cents per
its per set.
ents per set.
a reduced -accordingly.
IE I GLASSWAR19 11
65 cents per set. Some odds and
Odf their original value.
hd two quart Cohabsey Jars. Get
lindow Glass--a special bargains in
t week another lot of tinwarej
Ud Country" Iixed Painjt is vorf.
at a Very close margin.
Av Hats at and below cost- a I d
LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
Lit thte tiuses.
rayl1or's celebratedj fekihW. als~d
rs, the latest. is the Derb" Strav.
.8ilk Strges nnd A ipac- und Luen
] TLY F1 E
YS ONLY, A GRA2ND OFFEiR O1
L4/IsU FOR 0A L Y $:'.
irved legs aid Lyre1 hieni ye jerpetu . and
hi any iva~y tbkid tb the pe~rudbiion of the
oki>ered on board'ears at ~)~ C
iso send~ reference if you do niot senc
II be reftstided and fzreight ohairges pitid
seated in this advertIdsetient~ Thousand
tent fnhly warranted for five yeara
Stool, Cover andc Book). All s.trictly first2
holesale favdtory pries. These Pianot
unlial Exhibition, ar'd wo uinaninously
The squai-en contain our New, Pitent.
ry of Piano making. The now paterit
osit ivoly we make the finoit U righti
Lbility. Thley are reoconimended by the
Ov'er 14,00" ift ise; and not one diesatis
onl 16 days'. test trial-i Ittcuv IITFRE 1?.
a buying. Positi elv we offer the bes.t
Handllornlo Illustratedl and noe.4oriptive
cozits statnp' Evory fIdhho fully war-'
'. Oni New Style Jubilee Orgaii
ht Japanese Case, .called thed
tastijest and AweoteAt loflOdl Parlor Orgi
5 Octaveti, 5 sets of Reeods, vii.: MelotlU
Also Fifteen Beautil'ul Stops follows,
lapl nsoI, Sub-Bass, Echo, nulce, bodia
>u pier, (betbstina, Bass-Uoup'er, Grrtid
I the instrumnitt,)1itight K(riee Biop atta.
eight 70 ini.; WIdth, 24 in. ; ).eight;
veneered with choice woods, and uifof Aui
ly o'tved; with patnels, music clbdet;
ishod. Possesses 411 the~ ltt and bet
lliancy and synipatilietto. quality of tone;
ilar retail price $27g. Otir tyhologalo niet
tnd book, only $8'--au. one oi-gatu sold
e. No piay 'tent reqjuired unlil you. be'
Ye 14end( all i garts on 16 days test tridt
Ot as rep~resenited. Positively, our OipnI
itany"'stops, as gdoloohny oth~ers. w '
hone'st fuld lair dealing, or no sale.
ni $35. $50, $57. $05 $70, $75, $85, etc.
I the fullest usatisfaction, Organ Catalogtid
tha STItEET stiid 16th AVENUE.
t one-thirdl price. Catalogne of 8.04l
hoico pieces sent forn 3c. stamp. ~Tisg
io of the day arnd every variety of intistont
,P. 0. Box 2050, New York Cify.
R. W PJ.ILIP8, AgAzi
boro, S. 0.