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.OWN AND COUN
bAVURDAY, AuguStSOO : : t 881.
TE~Mi oF.TunE NEcWS AII IIINALiD
Tr-weoklf edition, OAA% dollars pe
Annut, in advatc' Weekly edit on
' o dollars and ents per ankium
in advance. Libldli discount tW clubi
ofr tle Uid upwards.
RATs or ADvERTIsN.-Ono dollai
per inch for the first insertion, 9 au
fifty cents per ich f9y eachO.AdbseQ A0ni
bihsert ion. Those rAtes apply to ail ad
Vrtiements, of whatever nato ce, alu(
are payab #trio y ii advaneo. Con,
tracts fqf W ree, six or twelve tnonthi
ma'd 1 .very liberal terms. Tran,
slent local notices, fifteen cents pCi
Ine for the first insertion ai sevei
A1 one0-half cents . gr ,Jkko 11'i dAW
iubseuentinsertion. Obitua'les amli(
tributes of respect charged as adv'r
tisemients. Sj eple announcements oi
marriages and deaths published free o1
erge, and solict d.
A11 co 1111An os, of whatsoeve
nature, R ld q idressed to the
Vimvishoro Publik Company
WI imsboro, S.C.
..AILROAD SCHEDULE.-The trains
now pass Winnsbora as follows:
Noth-botind sasenger, 12.28 p. m.;
south-bounid, 4.28 p. n.; north-bound
freight,,9,.0.5 a. m.; south-bound,. 1.37
p n. These arrifts. are 6i tlb basIs
' iaillroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
-A large number ' one:atd . tOo
horse wagons have been brought to
Winnsboro for the fall ttitle.
-Another bale of cotton was
brought to town on ThUH ay. It be
longed Ar. T. L. tdhmnson, of White
Oak, and Was bought by Messrs Boaty
& Bro. at 116 cents.
-A young man must be in i terr
ble l!tite of mind wiien lie steals a silk
bow belonging to a married sister amd
cherishes it, thinking all the time that
It is his sweetheart's.
-The treasurer of the B. P. U. has
a keen eye to business. le has been
on atzinspecting tourthis week, osten
sibly looking after the cotton crop,
le extended his visit as far as "Kai
-Mr. DuBose Egleston has taken
the agency for the sale of Mi'. Davis
great work, th' "Rise ank Fall of the
Southorn Confederacy". Orders lell
at the postoffiee will redive .p inpt
httention.' This book should be in
every Southeri family.
-'tim I rooks, colored, was up be
fore the Couicil on Friday, on tl.e
charge of using obsceif language oi
the street. le was clearly guilty, and
lie. was.aenteneed to a fine of flive dol
,ai'si or'tdays' Imprisonment in jail.
He went to jail-served hihi exactly
-Im consequence of the bad weath.
-er last Sunday night, Dr. GrifIths was
.prevelted from dehvering his lecture,
as announced. le will presenat it to
tudiow night--subiect, "Lessons from
the Life of a Fast Yokih Miun". le(
public are invited to at.end. Tie usu
.al services will be held in the morninmg,
--A nuinhlii mof little boys amnd one
or two young mcen were bef ore the
Council on Friday, on thme char~ge of
shooting within the corporate lithits,
he'y1%d been ''going for the bats"'
Thlis belig the iit time the aa tem
was befgre the Council, th6. otenaders
were discharged with aaylee ilot to dc
so any nmre.
-'The Qordoni Light'Infaat1'y arn
comfmfefliBn to inm1he preparations 1et
the Yorktown tbentenuta, whdrb. ithey
**pecat to be-presenat vwi the1 full com
plemnent of officers anid ien allowed
It. has beetr suggested that they shouli
haave a suitable .complany hhtiilar, llh
wKunderttfad that the indies .hmav<
N~ijoecen -to on -the subject, anc
wil inD ubt ake the.matter in1 hand
Wh~pe theilr efrorts will aiiidt w iti
~&Goors MU6IdAr JoURlNA'L.-We
bacreceived thhi Ariernst :htimber o
U4 ,Nouthern ,ifusicaZ Tount al. TJi<
,ist;13. uentetite is at once full ant
VarIed, co-ntainifng "The Troning di l
Bidi,'A vith' a full page illust rat ionm, am
'other literary items; the Jang story o
the Rhine Lurlel ; the concolusiona o
"Dr ifted Together," Mrs. dieveland'
ator'y, with its-"Dust Bug and BonC
fineter" episode ; poems of A ddison
Henry Clevelahi Wood, Mattie C
seward and the "O)deon Minstrel ;
bditorls on Church Music, Patti, ain
"Our President," "Vieuxtehips;
"Hloiiit Musical Mention," "Souther:
Musical Review," Berlin correspond
once about Wagner's "Iting or th
Nibelungen," and three delightfu
p)iecs of nitisic-"T wickenham Ferry
and "I Am Content," vocal, and th<
bopular Swedish "Wedd ing Manh~.'
A fine numnbem, tl'uly, and twelve auc
niumbers cost only~ $t.25, with $i1:0
wodla of premium sheet mnusi6s in th<
bargain. Specimen copy f'be. Ad
*dross thme publisburs, Luddon & Bates
--SuooTINGo TIs.- As some attentlol
-has redently been drawitl to the shioot
ing of birds abdut towil we publisi
the following extract (being~ settlo
five) of att Act of the Logiehiture; eun
titled "An Act f'oi' thb IProtection an
Preservation of U'sefsi Animais," ar
proved Ittarch 12, 1872:
That it shall ntot :bu lawvfu
for any persoh, in this State, t'
wantomnly shoot. or' entrap fo
the purpose of killing, or in anay othe
inanner destroy, any bird wvhose primi
dipal tod'i is insects, ot' take or destro;
- the ~ggs or young of any ofthe s )ecle
tn' V. 'idtyt of irds that are pr'o ete.
-by the tdtlshas of this Act,edtinr
- ng all td. ies and varietIda u
birds represt: fad by the Rever'al fitn11
lies of swalldws, bats Whip-pocr-*il Is
fly-catchmers,. thr'ashmers, warbhihtl', f1iluc
a's, larks, or'iolei5 nut-hatcheI's, wVo d
p~eckers. humhtmng birds, niodk w
bfr'ds, blue birds and i'ed birdsi, amnd al
pt er speeles - tad Varietitis of Ian
blrds, whether great or smnall~ U f evers
description, rdM arded as harmnless i1
il6fr -habits, an whose flesh is infi
too.l, i htig. the turkey buzzar'd
i he oki blackbird,- the agl and al
bewNk' hlidl owls, Mtit i-b~y upoll
other b ;44 and'any person violating
the Sislons of thi SobtiUn siall, ot
conv ion thereof, forfeit iitu pay ;
fine o "ten dollars oi' he Imprisoned
. ot lbes than ten days,,which flue, I
Imp'osed, shall go one:.iIlt to the il
form'dr, and the bther half thereoi' .k
th s6hool Wld of the county in iiibi
the ffense was botnmitted: Prbn
ed That no person hiall bb .pieveiiI
from protecting aly i'61 : Ruit o
glin Onl hlia own lands troti tie deli
reditions of any birds herei lihtendei
to bd protected.
hF GAME ATCfi oflmkm
hTie Chargep of "16iMi'tesy, Ma'to Againsi
te iinniboro Club, and What a Ciaste
Lady Thinks About the Mtet'.
In Thursday's issite th'die appeare<
a C11111;. hnicalltio d idicating the memn
bers of the Carolina Base Bill Club Ii
this place from charges of discotillewy
contained in a local in the Rd1k Hil
Herald. We had heardsonil talk of th
tinl)leasalilbss Wiltdidant uponl .h
game, and had hliard that the gentle
i men from Winnsboro were rather ag.
grieved it the nleglect they suffered- al
the hands of those of the Chester Club.
Nothing would have been said in these
colintas oi (lie stubject, but for th(
voluntary thrust of the Rock 11111 Her.
Old in pilblishing the local to whiel
We haW'b 'illuded. As to the condutt
df the Winmnsboro club we are iform
ed it was in every way as becones
young gentlemen. Uponi tihe conduct
of the Chester club, we shall not pass
judgment, but content ourselves witil
Q1uoting an article written to the Bul;
letin by a lady signing herself "A
Girl"t and, headed "To the Chestet
Base Ball Chib". Tib article is as fol:
Ali eve witness to the game of base
ball oi last We(tiesdav, I would bey
to nake i few reaimks oil its Imierii
an-1 d(emerit-and I ai aslitledi tc
4idl that thd latter far outweighs thc
Wh1 1ersons take it 0pon them
selves to Ihvite a party to their home
far the sake of enjoyinant, every sbilst
of etiquette will Iallow ti at it is thc
duty of, those persons to pay thle
strangers evy lct of coutesy thei
power, 1i111 to enideaivor to Iim.ake thei
fial imo-ead ii of the placo aid it;
inhabitants ffiure plealsanlt thlan thibv
over an ticipatil'h But there is just
where the young "gallants" of Ch1e0
have inade a grievots mistake. They
invite the Winnsbord ujtb to play a
inatch-game of base bulil, WIth the nat.
ural diIre of themselves beiig tie Vic.
tors, nV'6r hea:ing in miid that all o1
us are liable to lose somie hin 1g in life,
or allowing their attention to r( St
balmly upon the questioi id think of
this simple eircumstaitee: That it is
8 natUr'llfor the opponents to i'ish
for the sadfe res-ult on their sile. Ithr\
.the Che4er t*luji. instead of (lie ilillei
lo ks vhich 'dlatigured tit- facee
while they were playing so iliierahlv
and with such lack of ijidgment. iin tip
early piart of the ganie-had they I
epieat, allowed the game to progr 1'.
With less incivility to their guests, it
.would, in tle event of heir losing t to
game, at least left the-nm that which is
so easy to acquire, but which settlis sc
foreign to some of the players in thh
'nine, viz; politeniess aind refinemenit,
Why onie of thorn remarked to me:
'-We werec just y-endv to pitch iintc
them and have a fighil 1" li.''eed I dIc
not blasti'e the WinnsbWro .gentlemeni
fil leavi jg befoire the hol if the first
p~art of their visit was received will
such Rsan acts of' couiiries-.
Ainothe- lthnriing feat are. indispen:
sable to Chester's 'o3ut-door enitertain.
mnts', and whlich was not omnitted ci
this oitcasion, was the usual excite
mneitulf a "negro fight". Picture it
-i'Thefinld becomes dleser-tedl in. a mo
,nd metfi d ydu see ladles of cultur<
h. rry Iiig away, fearful.I of encon ter
inig violenit-scenecs aiiul vile. laniguage
Th.i then, is \vhat attracts tl e *ioni
l .nptn of Chester. They even m-eb fo~
Ithe time being tle ga'me wiih is pro
gresung, amid go yell1-inll to surrouma
the dlusiy combatante. And.hore ti
einentlpolice ihree come int- play
h ut I[dare not aff'ront these dlangerou
hut, gorgeous appelIdages to the publi<
p~eace, wvho are dr-a yed in brass but
tomns and blue coats added to wb'id~h I
a club anid a puistol, without which w
SIwould have to place a placard 01
thei, inm the pv-ent of somec one askinf
thieil oedu pat idh
Let me say in honclIusioni that bas
billi ini (UsteiP has well derived it
Iume ; for the game lust Wedniesda;
rwas oin some accounts decidedly base
Base ball Is play3 ed at the North imd ii
larg-e plaBa, by genmtliemn with smil
~. Ings faces, who go up at the clone iii
shake handrs with the Vititorious part~y
leavinmg all recsenti Il feeling on thi
grounids--thius maiking the ghitte wvel
wor~th sedihig as wvell as ihtcrest.ing an
I os~d that the Phtiii in blintin
the garme to a close, was a providemitl
blessing. \Vithout it, had the Chtes
ters lost, I tim sure thle town wouls
have witinased what is itio.tt inittietsl
inlg to Chester bovs-namely, a tlght
1Anid these iue they who gerumble whadi
y*ounig ladles refuse to natond thel
danitces oh-liher aumusemenits. I, whi
irite this *blece, ami ahuiays most dhe
sirous of Chester's ii@ iiit-ho laurelh
but it' thPg lose theu hit thiu los
prove o111P Ohester boys genitlemei
even in adversity.
I municipal ye ar has b.-enl eod
Auglst 31st.I 15 pet- cont, penalty oi
former rettitus will be aded to all wh
fail to attend to thi~tior.
E. 8. CHI A NDIA'R,
- aug 16 Clork of Council.
A VA LUAlILE WVORKi
r HiE undersigned has talcen the ag~on
Ii . cy foy thia sale ot- tho #NCYCLIA
y PAE!IA OF- BUT$It4E8S Al4 801Al
r F!ORMS, i work recently p'3ublished bi
, tho .Nwatiotial Publishing Cojnpany, 0
- Philadelphlit. The book otabraces th,
*laws ot' otildtielle ahil good society, togeth
eir with phlin aid s mple instructions is
s the valuabt" art of appearing to the bes
Iadvantage on all ocovnions, how to droni
- wld tast fully, how to acquire a
f god ttwting, aned hidi' to expiena
-writteft thoughts ini a correult and ole-gan
,itnnne, etc., e'to. It is written by James
4 D. McCabo, the well known author, an<(
. ls prepaired with great card. Tho bool
rI printed h. Sine tinted pape~r, hind con
taia aillageoctavo pages. It is hand
s omely Uohnd,~c and Is embellished witl
a largea nnrnber of superb engravings
ilItte uxpttely for this great work by r~h,
best artists atid ang tav'ers.
t The wtbtk Is solL subscription only
W uy~i3 IAM T. 83MITH.
AT OUR HOUSE
j THE MOST)
CHOICE SUMMER BEVERtAG
LEMONi ADES and
OLD VIRGINIA MINT JULEP1
TRY THE CELEBRATED
J. C L IND I N I N G.
may a Next door to W. it. i)oty a Co.
3 dull season, I will offer bargains i
CASil CUSTOMERtS in all depari
MUSLJINS and LA WNi
QASSIMERES and JEAN!
SHOES and HIATI
BEST WHITE DitESS bHIIfT i:
TOWN for ONE DOLLAR.
Nice lot of Gauzo and ?'\ainnoc.
Unders'.is ts and Le el od JTea
A GOOD WHITE DRlESS SHIRl
.FOR ONLY 75 CENTS.
I also offer good CIDER Vinega
at the low liribe of TEN and FIF
TEEN CENTS per gallon, and th,
boht White Wino Vinogar t
TWENT'Y CNNTS pbr galilon.
Crockdry, Glassward and Wood
enware, all at low prices. Comn
MY GROOERY STOCK ALWAYi
, FOR TWO WEEKS oNLY.
HilUN bikhs diMF04
ARTICLES TO BE 6LAUGHTElRED
'14 MAKE RO00,F1 Vl FALL STOCK.
THES GOODS WILL BE NULD FO.
CASH AND CASH ONLY.
CALICOES, STA CDAlID BIANDS.
iUUCi FROM 81 TO.1 ;.j CN S.
TWO TIOUgAND YARN)S STAN
IJAltD JLEACllEI) SHIRTING,
REDUCE AFOM t) T1O 8 CENTS.
I~tLE AND C.JAl)L[NA PL4AJ D
)f1OMES8PUN.' RED~UCED TJO 9 UENTS.
FIVE TH'1OUSAND YARDS 4-4 SEA
ISLAND SIllRTING, RED~IUCED)
FRtOM 10 UNE'S TU V CENTS.
;, HUiDRES 09 -l'TICL 0 . 0
.NUMER OUS to MENViON i h Ia LF
DON Tl FAIL I)'
LEADEU G LOW PRjICEg.
AND FEED STABLES,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
UOA [IS, asoltcd. Cogbe ;jRio,
Laguiania arnd O1 d Gov. Java.
fio and Oh Gov. -urvt ltI'nsted.
Treas, Illnek, Impwerial, Gunpowder
and YuIIg llysonl.
CANNED G OOtS.
Pcan, Peacih, Pino pples. To
matos, SalmIIIIon, Corned Ie, 1')eviled
a 111111 ad Ttirkey, 31rdines, &C.
Macaroni and Ciees*, Gnimrer. 1re
.er es, Pin I lend Oat. Meal. Coopei.
Gelatine, Mustard, Iitek Pepper id
11.11(1.0n Catsup. Cross & Black
wll'S Chow Chot) , EIlliire Uhbw
CI'how. Assolittd l'icklme, Lea & Per
rini's Worcestershire Satue.
J. F McMASTEI & JO.
(WOUND ON WaIITJ KoS1.OOR.)
GEORGE A. OLARtE,
00 BROADWTADY, E \V YORK,
Since the introdluction of this Spool
Cotton~ into thet Amterienwn mailrkd. its sule.
eens hats been utibrede Itedh No othaor
brandi of thread l li erei- m't, with the
4Ramel amnount of puiblic iavar In LaO same~t
spnce0~ Of time.
The -'O. N. T'.' mlanulfactulrors were the
first to r'cognijzj the impljortancle nf the
ewing Machlinoi and3 to mahlkai a ix-eord
cotton, which ,t ls (ever hueil ioh recog
njizedr standard f' r macehinos..
All the imnprovemnents in macohinerv
tha~t Viho inIventivo genius (of the nine
idaited by the mntufacturers oIf "O.N.T.'
At. alt the grea Intet national Fairs ol
ho \Vorldl, "O0. N Tr." hai bdtn aIwarded
tho lhighest honors.
'Iho *'0. N. T. factories at Newark.
).200 opeUrltives - malk. tuiient thread
flaily' to go aroiltl tho world four ti.aes.
Conusumei It0 mnsI' of edtal dily,
Theii mlanuhfac01urers of "0. N. TI." rer
the~ largest manufacuirers of Spool Cot
ton in te worbu1.
A full assortinent of th1i sSpool Cotton.
enn bn had at wvh 1lOela' anid reutail at J1. M
'IEATY & CO.'S. feb 2.!txGmi
Is a onmpound of tho vliuhe of sarsa.
parilla, ti llingia, mndutrako, yeliow
dock, with t 0(1 odid of potash and iron,
all powerfull IIOOd-mlaking, lIood-ceanu
ing, and lifo-suhtainfing olomets. It is
the puirest, safest, ant tuost effectuial
alterative avalI ahlo to the pulicl. The
sciences of i Icino and chemistry have
never produced a odiitdy so0 potent, to
cure all diseases reattltin froml imnpure
blood. It CureCs 8er fta an d all
scrofulous diseases~ 'rysipelaI~
Rioso, or St. Atithodi 's 1'io Pimt.
V~sand ado-rubs, i'~tules,
i o tites, JollT umors . Totter,
Humlors, Balt tasuh, Se ld-head,
Jtinug-worm, Uecr .Sores, Rheu
uatism, Mrual Diseaise Neit.
hala, Femonalo Weakno ses and
irregularities, .atudico, Affections
of tho Livor1 fliepala, Emacia.
tion, and G.Otorai Jlebility.
13 Its searching and cleansing qttalib
ties it purges out, the foul corrupjtionsB
4vwhicht contaminate the blood( anad cautso
derangemnent and deocay'. It stimultatesi
tho vital fitnctionl restores andu pre
serves health, and fnfnses ne0w life and~
4vigor throttghout thot whole system. No
stierer fronm any dis~es -of tho blood
need despair who will givo AYERI'S
SAnISAPAIrrItA a fair trial.
It is folly to exporimneht with the nti:.
inerolts low-priced nuilxturea, without
medicin1al virtues, otffeed as blood-purl..
flers, while disease btbeomes more irmly
seated. Avrn's SAnsIArAnr ta-A is a med i
eine of suICh concontratedl curative power
that it is by far the best, cheapest, and
most reliable blood-~purilei- known.
Physicians know its comitposition, and
prscribe it. It has been wkilely tused for
ort years, and has won the tin qual.
fle confidence oft millions Whom It has
PREPARED BY . . AYER & Co,
tiatical and A al tical Chemiste,
MOST cotiplete stockelr Clotti 11
and neckwear in endless val'ieiv. BOs-'
the latest styles amd fluish, at prices t'o a
FINE shoes for men and boys.
Manilla. and Webster's braids in ill col<
Alpaca coats i all suades and qualities.
and Miohair Dusters inl all styles.
ALL ORDERS PRC
WILL MAKE, FORTHl, NEXr 0 b,1
$850 SQUA RE'"GRl"VD I
STYLE 3 1'2trings,
(ur now potent byerstrung tealct beaitiful<
large fitney miotiIding roantd ca-e, fiall ]rohI
niers; ini fitet. every initrovenimnt which can
instritnent has been added.
frOur price for tlit Ilimtsrineiht boxed imdi
New York, with flu ifaho Cover; Stool Atilt 1;
Tl'is l'aro will UO sitt fin test. tril. i'ke
money with order. CatSh scrit with order w:
by us Ioth ways if 1i4hio is not just as reprc
in use. Hen I (,r Catalogue. Every instrmu
.3 ~ $160 to $400 (with
PlassKt and id Iltt 'i
uade one cf tho finest. cliaplas fit the Cente
reconmended for the IINIEST HONORS
Scale, the greatest, i nlrov.cIielit inl thult hiist(
scale Up) ight i-o. t1e tihest in AmePIL. F
Pianos, of-the richest totio and drdatei. luri
hi test musical anI tiorities ill the country.
d ie iurc . All l1ianos athd Orgais sont
UNsATISFAktOti' .Don't fatil to writo us befo
..argains. Piano Cata'ogile mailed free.
Piano t'a alounto of tilty pages inaled for tix
1'iilti't. for fivo yearti.
JuBi r1 LEE ORGI
* O lt-ICNTAI.," It~u , Ni , the hanidsiomeist,
ovii' offered the musiail public. It containi
.'cleste, DI iapaon, Silb-BIass and Clestiina.
-iz : M lcilsi, Cel s te. tit charming top,) D
orte. Celeste-Port e, Ex pi siohi, Treble-Ci
Orgain, (which throws (:n the chtiru powi
sIwtell. Left Hneie Poly auld Graiind SIvell. R
ooxed. 3it 1w. The catse is ot Nolid walnut
-ntirely ne' w i-u. heautlifiu design, elaboratc
am1p staiils. frihvierk. &o.. till eleganily tin
m11provt'etmIen1ts, with great. pow'er, fleptl, bri
3eanitil solo II'el'ets and stop atu 'iln. !(eu
-A4h price to have it m1itrodiuced. with stool
ells others. I'ositivel y io devialtiol in pri
tlly teste tf.ho ogmai in your own home.
nid 1ity rreighat both ways if instrumnt.ii
lain nto IUngiu"i sets oi Ilends, or- .101m
mke no miiproesentatins, ald guarantee
ACLL1Y wvAlt.\Nmi fE r 100 vv years. Other Ht yl
iver .1,(00 sold, atid every Organ has givei
FICTOutv AND NVAltElOoM; 51,
SHIE T [IMUITS I C
amb1 4lvIu e ilud ., mmt us! ti.o p) . ula so
omitposition. 1-v thl- t u.anhort; A-bir.
31 ENDI".-OllN '' VN I I
A 1EA UTI I L T 30OK Tor the1 ASIIi
fly a' plyl 'g perionatlly at the n'e'rost
lie orTIl''', 81NGER MAN4UFMAT.Ult
\'O CO. (or. by postal dard if at a dis.
.neeo) i by A ')ULTI perison will be pl-o
"intedl with a bieautifully illustnetd doltly
t'ta Nw Bodh661 onititledl
STORY of the~ SEWING MACHINE1
'ttntaining a handsome, atnd castly ati el
ngraving frontispiece, also. '28 finelv en
trauved wood enits. nnd biund in ain 'elab
rat blue andl gold l~tihograiphied cot er.
'to charge whaitever is made for thin hier.d
'0ome book, whliih can he obta'ned oi ly
I)y atpplicatib" at the' branch tand subordi
'nto onices of The S:inger Manufacturing
l'111 EiSNG Ei MANUFACTURtING CO.
Prinelpal Orice, 34 Ubion Square,
may 17-ly Now York.
HAVING determninedlo 4tCtOSE
OUT" our stock of Spring Dross
Goods, wve oi'or you froin this dato
tnneual bzu'gains in nme., We hav~e
a complete line c'f thosb goodis, and
part ios Wil! (do we'll to call, examine
and prlit theheo h:'fore putrchasinJg.
Weo wouild ala~o call .y'our~ dientioni to
oni' lino of F.ancy Muslin~ and Linen
Lawvnd In whito goods weo are "Full
Up." Our line of the goods con
sists of Linen .tawins, Victoridi
Lawns, Bish op Lawnsr, Plain, Plaid
anud Striped Nalinsooks, Jaconote,
Camnbricr, Pignes, Plain and Plaid'
Si' is, &c., &o. Laces, Laces,
Lacos. Edgings, Edgings, Edg.
CALLI AND EN i"OR YCtJR
McMASTElt, BlC2 & Khi'T'.
6 Uniti3 80 8
- WJM ER~N
br't.C Plb.o Aet in
,COLtJMIlJ, S, C,
the Stato. CenW' fdeIllishing goode
Suits, Yoiths' Sits tihd 16ns' Suito of
klit the t1tt8.
Taylpr's celebrated ildkiniw, pluo
>rs, the latest is the Deiby Straw.
Silk Surgbe alid Alpae% nti ttOt
LYS ONLY, A GIIAND OFFERi 0#
L.4r)Q FOR 'ONL Y $45,
out rosewobd case elegantly 11 inhed, 8
73 Octaves, full patent canttantq iIrafiia
lred legs anll lyre, heavy sdrpontia and
bAthib, Fr. nvih Grand Actioh, (3rund 11inm
ill am' way tihd t the pertectiki' tif thd
liv oi bfird trmat $245 O
ook) estly$2 50
axe Hend reference if yon do. not send
11 he refunded and freight hrges pid
sehted ih this advertisernent. Thonsends
nent folly warranted for give years.
Stool, Cover ahd Book). Al stkicti .fitAt.
holes~tdo iaetory Iftieed. 'heso >iids
nuial Exhibition, ard were uhanimotilf
h'lio squareo eohtain our New Patent
rv of Pinho making. The new pateht
ositively iake th'e find4 Vpkht
kbility. lhey aio recomimended by the
Ov'.r 14,00-i in use, and not one dissittis
ofi 15 days' teAt trial- R ElgnT i' RX W
e buying. Positi. tily w'e olfer the hest
iandsome illustrated and Decriptive .
ceIts StUm) Eory Piano fully var
Our New Style Jubilee OrgAt
in Jay'mnesO Casp called the
tastiest and sweetest toned Parlor Organ
5 Octaves, 5 sets of Reeds, viz.: Melidil;
Alsd Fiftech 1eautiful Stops. as followt,
iapason, Sub-Bams, Echo, Dulcet, Molodia
rmpvlcr, Celestina, 1daiss-,ouple', Griih
I t mItiiment,) Right Knpo Stop ai
eight 70 in.; Width, 24 ih. ; Weight,
, veneered with choice woods, and is of an
ly carved, with pamels, muslo oloseh;
ished. Pdssesses all 11b hQ.tt and best
liiaby abhd synmpathettt quality of tone.
Atir itait lrice .75. Our wholesale het
and hook only $8-.-as one organ sold
e. No pny .tent required in'il you hat4
Ne m-nd all dt'gasa on 15 days test trial
hot a representt.d. Positively our Oriens
umty" stops. as do ninny rihoere. We
hnona had Iah' dealing, ot no ital
esi $35. 'z50, $57 $05 $70, $75. $85, eto
i the hillest atmisaction. Organ Cutildgd6
ith T1INiET and 10th A4V1N'.VjJ,
t one-t'bird price. Cataingue of 3.00
l11ee picm Rent for 3'. at:an.. This
ie of the day aind ev ry viriety .f mical
'.Ii .bl I.o 0 l. t I ha
kit, con'stahtly leing kedeined by ie,
Ssynopsii of whtu k:J gIv4e.be1d*"
NEW ORLtANS tOLASIRR AND BYRUPS
'A LL GRtAtDEM.
SUGARS, FROM THlE HIFIGlEST TO'' IIS
P'AT'ENT VAMlLT"-ALSD A DAES
JACESUW's DEST F.A~til LUR,
CA LIFORNIA PEARS, Memeting ChoIce.
bUCobTA sI, Beans and Corn Conabilida
8A LMON, 'aRDI NE$
PEPIPER. ETC., ETC,
I ALSO .1NVi'IE YO)UR ATTENTI1)N Tb OtI
R'o AI3TED COFFEEI.
01ve me a call and etahitnc for fouri1ylfi
Artlidles too nittnerous to mention.
FIIOM TIHE WREFCi
()no Tirb Plate, one Tire .Beader,
one Tire Shi-nker1 ltreb Sdrow
Plates, one Bello~s, bne Anvil, ond
Vise, Ghob boxing Machine, cost
$18.00, will be stold for $10.
Iiole of OWal, half Oval* J.olindi
Band, Sqtarn and Tire Xiob; Htibs;
SpoQke, Rims, Carriage Boita, Tire
B3olts and all ianioor of castinmg5.
TO bt SOLD ENGA1RDLESS O0F
I Lsn k, frotqthe pen of Liian C .
del. ': n. a short ime 1i8 4l1as fotand,
the N.lles a nd nioa6 ocohiaite aiccount of
one most iupb tant bat this f the
sI o tid have a copy. 'T6 boo It it Fbld
o1,l.by'flubhbription at fonr dollars per~
copy it may be pirndtbed of the und~era
1. L. HE~Jt &(CO.
pit' Rovind New Tstanitvhta, :.in all
the different sityle's. ma- i lunbd 'i rul -
13 kinta ot JtUIi[1tlETINO, auit
as IM-.I eamil 13111 lendmJglVThlog
CiIAng, at THE 1rEwft 2 hiltLa