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t o dollad
~ ~. aXl ot paid in, ad.
)telli 614 ininloy) fortheo first luir
lion, and fifty eentsegnr inc611for each sti,
secftwit lpaertlon. 1hese rates appI ' t
se of'very chitacter, anid are
dgialb. ib c tly in a'ianc Gu ituaries
And tributes'of respeot a'e chaiged for as
adve Pt1sments, -larrIage noticos; and
'ImQ a ~irnleements of death, are pub
- hd free, anid nres licted. "Liberal tornis
.or cotitet adVortisemnts,
A(ttOitn-M. B. McMaster, See01
Wngner, Jr.-M.>Aes Clow ney, Buck
hv ad, 8. C.
-There was a very largo crowd in
owlvyon last Saturday, but close ob
siervors say thut there was an astoillsh
* Ingly' sull amount of.capital repre
-Somo roguo of thB lowest orddr
enteresl tie garden of Mrs. S. C. Gail
ldrd on Saturday night and stole a
number of flowers--soen of them be
Ing rare varieties. We wish the thief
could bp caught.
--Don't forget the. skatinge contest at
Bolig's 'Opera Houso to-night. We
omiitled, iII S.turday's paper, to ilen -
tiot the prize-awriting desk-for the
best .girl skater (twelve to sixteen
years old), and the prize-a photo
graph album-for the best. boy skater,
between tio same ages.
IN TIlE TRim, JUSTiCE COURT.-The
State Vs. W. E. Well-, charged with
negligently allowing his stock o tros
pass ou.the lands of anothei', Was sub
mittedto a jury and a verdict of not
guilty was found.
A LovERs' QUARIEL.-Onl Saturday
a juveile offender of the African por
suasion was arraigned in the trial jus
ticu court, for striking his sweethmoart
on' the head with a rock. Her parents
wore opposed to such familiarity on
his par't, and hence his trial. Ile was
ON THE Go.-Wo are told that two
suspiciouslooking fellows were seen oil
Sunday loailng around the freight depot
inspecting the machinery on the plat
form. They wore store clothes and
the appearance of cosmopolitan gen
tlemen who scorn both a local habita
tion and a name. What direction they
took on leaving is not known.
TFl.E WArER SUPPLY.-The following
is the report of the policeman on the
water supply measurements taken on
Depot cistern..............1i1- )
Phillips'. cistern.............4 0
Court-house cistern...........9 6
Matthews' cistern......,.. .... 5 0
Elliott's cistern.............9 .8
Flennikon's cistern...........6 10
Anvic.-It would seem that there
are a few people who have not as yet'
found it out, but it is nevertheless true
that "giving good advice" is now re
garded by all iypar'tial critics as mavery
disreputable. business. We were ap
proached a day or twvo ago by a fe'iow
who has for somd reason or other,
come to think that lie is "large Isaac,"
with the request that we pfease get up
something sensational. We have made
every endeavor to get his 'photograph,
but have been unsuccessful. Had we
secured the same it would have ap
Lpeared in this issue.
EAsTICR ErLxc'roN.-At the alniual
mecting of the congregations of St.
.Jdhn's church, Winnsboro anAd St. Ste
phen's church, Ridgewvay, hold on Eas
ter' Monday, the following named
persons were elected to serve for the
Wardens -11. A. Gaillard, Dr. R. B.
. Vestrymen-Charles S. Dwight, Dui
Bose Egleston, C. E. Thomas, R. A.
Meares, T. M.;Remcnbert, R. E. Ellison,
Jas. Q. D)avis.
'Delegates to Dioccasan Convention
U. B. iHanahan, C. 8. Dwight, R1, A,
Meares, J. II. Thomas. Alternates
HI. A. Gaillard, C. E. Thomas.
TE RECENT Fiia.--The peacet'ul
slumbers of the town were suiddenily
disturbed'at about 12:30 on last Satq
urdlay .night, by the violent ringing of
'the fire bell. Every one was soon1 up
and going of course. The bell indi
cated )Vard No. 1, as the locality of
the fire, 'and down Congt ess street, poll
moll wvent the steam' enginie, the other
companios . and -'the idiscri ate
crowd. Those in front had settled the
difficulty before many of the rear wing
came up: A little outhouse In the
rear of the Boyleton residence was
found to be solely responsible for the
entire excitement. It was thrown
aside by the firemen, out of dangerous
proximity to an r house that stood
'close by, and Ai. .od to consume.
Who sot it on fird (as it was of course
fired purposely) Will perhaps remain
a matter 'of conjecture. Before any
one camoeup, tifeeculjrit had skipped
o 'aather could not be recognlized as
etlls delectable devilslip was no
do t 'among the first arrivals, and
coti ho hate beeui spotted, he would
possibly have been carried, to borrow
hero, at once t the "sasignation" tree.
3 Infl pg9LT7CETh1o st~atementTilitf
the' hayi'opy In the United .State is
? orth agreat deal miore in the aggre
gato thaln the cotton crop, .will doubt
Ipsf. leoaspiho to some, but it/ is
nOvtholeSs tree, a referonce to the
, 5i 4tabily not
u'k8 nol0 this sog ) le iIIdapted tc
o ~d.eulture of ras~oe. .Ono or twvc
9~ :'tP' p lh s, h indulgo to
some extoit also in the luxury of agri.
ult ur, llhayo Itto past year or tv o
turned thoh' attehtilon to hay-growing
'Ind their Csucss will at least justify
the stIattllit that nto one shotild raisc
cotton to buy hay with. One of these
gontlemen, we are told, cleared fifty
dollars an'acro on a field of not loss than
fifty acres. This Ueats cotton growing
deoidedly, foir it requires an applica
tion of the princIples of "extensive
farming," togrow as imuch ais on bale
por acre, and that Is liberally valued at
fIfty dollars. Then we kiow too, that
it takes a bale to paV for raIsing a bale,
so in order to make cottoft culture as
rbnumerative as hay culture we must
raise two balos per acre, which is not
an easy task in these parts. From all
of this it will be modest to Infer only,
that every farmer should grow his own
A NEW IssUE o FoR EDUCATon.-t
will perhaps be Interesting to our
teachers to know that the question of
the study 'of the law in theo public
schools, is receiving some atten
tion just now in legal circles. James
S. Ewing, Esq., ofthe bar of Bloom
ingtom, Illinois, read a paper before the
Illinois Stato Bar Association at its
recent meeting in favor of the Innova
tion. Iln the last tmber of the Aner
ican Law Review, it is said editoriqlly
that -'the fact that the law-i not taught
in our common school systems of edu
cation, Is a monmental evidence of
1he incapacity and stupidity of tuose
who arrogate to themselves the title of
'educators.' ' Uttorances equally un
equivocal have-been lately made by
other eminent jurists, and we take It
tis highly probable that educators will
5b soon brought face to face with the
.1luestion. Its far reaching importanco
0ione will deny. It is also quite clear
(the question of impracticability aside)
that it would be a great step forsvard
in edncational progress. Blit the oppo-,
iients of 1110 reform will not be slow to
tLrgre tie absurdity of a scheme which
p)roposes to make every man a lawyer.
'liey will urge this regardless of the
fact that nothing of the sort is propos
2d. The problem simply stated Is
"Can the elementary principles of the
aw be brought to the level of the com
prehension of the youth who attend the
public schools?" Without presuilng
:o dogmatize, we answer in the affirm
itive, gund if the Stato is to educate at
ill, is it not a primal duty to prepare
icr citizens for the terrible maxim,
tUnoratio leg/is ncminem ceuzsat.
Theo Tenure of Omce.
Althloughl the Republicans in caucus
aied to agree ulponl-a party policy re
ari hei to to make an
~red by the tenure:.of-offico Act, they
bem to have been ulnaInmosly op.~
iosed to suich remoevals, for wvhen the
eomination of McGraw to be Imternal
Revenlue Collector of the WVest Vir,
rinia. district was reached, tile point
v'as made thmat the inicumnbent was an
3x-Union solier, tnid that hp had not1
merved four years. It was argued that
hough tile ollice had no fixed termn,
hoi principles of the tenure-of-office
A.ct were, n~evertIhlss, applicacle, and
he Republicans expressed1 themnselves
is opposed to malking removals of tile
ind. p)roposedl upon p~oliticai grounids
ilonie. A motion to postpone action
alntii after the list of pending nlominla
ions had gone over, anld upon yea and
iay vote, was carried by a strict party
vote. Several other1s of the non1-conl
[irmned lnmhtationis wvere temporarily
aid aside upon tile same grolund, anld
whlen the list had been comphlleted the
suibject was further discussed. There
being no0 prospect of agreement with
mt a long debate, it was concluded to
postpone action unltil December. Tihe
Seniato adjourned without electing a
['resident pro tempore.
An Awful Fanl.
During the Moses and Chamberlain
Darpet-bag and scalawag misrule in
P'outh Carolina, anl adventurer name~d
Hliramn Kimnpton becamne a very con
siderable personl. He was fiancial
agent of the State ill New York anid a
Wall street broker. Hie was a Yale
gradumate, of tile class of 1863, and1( af,
onle timle em ployed manl)y clerks and
possessed $2,000,000. While Kimnp
tomn's old Gubernatorial friend h~as goe
from bad to worse, fin~ally descending
to petty Jarcenly amnd the wvork-house,
the fInancIal agent has come to the
same grief and nearly theo same abyss.
The Southl Carolina bend6 proved his
curse at last, involvIng fraud, degra
dation and outlawry. When is funds
departed, his wife and friends also
vanished. .He took to opium and
whIskey. On Tuesday last, thle poor
wretch, iagged, Imblecile, filthy, Ils
malodorous raimlent kept upon is
body withI a yellow rolpe ar'ounmd thle
waist, was hauled up before the York
yille Police Court on a charge of
vagr'ancy. Hto still fancies that he Is
rich, but really hlas not a cent. A
more melanceholy wreck, at48 years of
age, can hardly l'e found, amnd yet there
are worse menl who wvill probably
never share Is doom of squalor and
Th le President, has signled the corn
milssions -f Thos. J. Jarvis to be
minister to Brazil; Charles W. Buck,
to be minister to Peru; Richard B.
Hubbard, to be mInister to Jaan;
A. M. Kelly, to be minister to Italy;
Wi Roberts, to bo minlister to Chili;
Ruflte Mageo, to be ipinister resident
at Norway and Sweden; 'George W.
Merrill, to be minister resident at the
HaWaiian Islan~ds; Isanc Rell, Jr., to
be minister resident at the Nether
lands; Eidward Edward P. 0. Lewis,
to be minister residenut and consul,
goeeal at Portugal; Edmud Jnen,
to be consul-gdiferal at VIeina; RI. I1.
Anderson, to be rtilstor resident and
consul-general at, Denmark' Fr'ederick
ReMino, to.bo'.consul-genera? hit BerlIn;
Thomas M. Wallen, to be consul-gen
eral at Lohdon; Wmn Caldwell to be
collantor of cnatona at thinnna t
A$. ," $ A 1 8t
wh~t~i hWvept m)IA r. tL V esterni
hilSout'l1 On Wuil ay nigl Seevms tAb
haveo 1;~ inmuch more dst~ -loutthian
wasat t 't stated. A hev r-li fell
over 4 IA tArepa of Coll unat all
t h0 stre Were grieto 'iwollen.
Bridges we. camrriedsmix,,ay teti of lier
damnge oie. The hil't~nt'ri a00o
ailroad Was a-heavy "sntlere . 110
ports from 8edalla uiitid loithe- po01nt1
say four biidgCs welae swept away on
the main 1in1 West und oin the LbeMt
and Sedalia branch. Trains are run
ning via thy Lexington branch. Sever
ail washouts are also' reported.- - At
Waverly, Mo., the storm amounted to
a cyclone, about 6 o'clock on Wed nes-|
day night, destroying ie residencea of
J. S. Webb and ,V. If. Fletcher and
four honfOR belonging to J. 11. llol'a.
my, besides other prope:ty. The roof I
of the Christian Church was blown off
and carried a long distance. No per
son was seriously hurt. The damage
to property at Wavorly is stinatet at
Chinese Burned in San Irancisco.
SAN FUAxcisco, A pril 4.- Early this
mornuing the charred reminits ol''three
Chitwes were founid in the ruins1 of a
fire wi.ich lst night purd ally dest royed
a building and Its conteitp, inl the
heart o- chinatown. The loss was
about $80,000, fully inured. The
throat of one corpse was Found to be
cut, and it Is believed thiat the deceased
preferred suicide to suflbcalion.
The M'efangrove ani O.vsteri in V; 0o4.
I am inelliegl to bele, in t.e ouo
omy of nalure. ,.o far ua< vonstruutive
procoss g~os, t'ho inaroiive, j collibi.
nat'-oi t hvall the . 'sterc , ha . hl ' l ui-1 0
to do with the bulding up of I - we.s
ern frmgo of Florida. Tihere i i
factor of resisuu it 0 or (i:run u u a
passago which rente ; a wr.:. -rovo
thicket inpossiblo to travere sMve1 by
raccoons, snakes, or b er; bh,
in a delicate way%, with a C-1. l hit',
Pliant stalk right in the sat-watCr. 3f
ter a while, wihon the mau"rove ,- ..ws
to some four or five feOt hli, it throws
down suckers from its trunk or branch
es, which mot the waters again. IIn
time, the suckers being all around, the
main trunk seems to hitch itself clear
out of the water, and to stand iipon its
lower branches like a chcval-de-frise.
Now suppose a mainufacturerof gas fix
tures-had mnade a hundred big candela
bra, and had stacked Ctlu in a disor
derly way in a largo room, the maiL
pipes upward. and the crooks and
gucris of the branches on the floors.
If you were requested to wvalk across
that room you never could do it. You
can fight through an alder thicket, but
never throuoh a gcowth of mangroves.
I (10 not tilink sufficient imptortance
has been given to the role the ovster
plays in conjunction with those trees.
When the mangrove grovs on the out
er cdge of the water-lino, and drops its
aerialroots, no sooner ore these at. the
surface thani at onco the spat of the
raccoonl oyster finds a lodgient, for
there can be no waters so charged with
life as those In these warni seas. Ostrea
parasitica nature originated to weight
down the mangrove and anchor it in
place. These oysters accunulate,
growing in bunches as big as a man's
ha.In time these run through the
cyl ofose life, die, ahnd dire) from
thi 1bac, and fall in the shallow
water. 'Thoecaleareous portions of the
shells dissolve In part, but some of the
debris, with the silicious matter, re
mains, A little more soil under water
is made, .and here will sprout another
mapgrove, certain in time to have oys
ter appendages. It looks to mec as if
the trees on the very outer edge of the
clump sho0w greater activity in this
double vegetable and mollusean life
than the trees in the inside. Growth,
then, seems to be arrested at certain
points in this dual system,. and to be.
tidvanced at others, One, twvo, or three
of these thickets-are separated, and
may remain apart for years: then a
seed falls, finds its proper depth,
sprouts, a new mangrove rises, and
another and another, and the many is
Jands become one. Maigroves are al
ways growmng, oysters depositing, then
perishing, the shells dropping, and so
nature's laws of life and death are bal
anced, and make up that grand ever
lasting hiarnmony.--Barnct Phillips8, in
Harper's AMafazine for eJanuary
Thie tottil numtber of cigarsi produced
In tihe United Statesi is 3,000,050,00
annually. It muakes a fellow awvful sad
to think that he can't smoke them all-.
or it would make himt sad were lhe not
aware th at there are some 2,999, 999,000,
more or less, that he wouldni't smoke
under any eircumstances. ---oston
--Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the first blood
medicine to prove a real success, still
hok1(s its palace as first In public et,
mnation, both at home and abroad, as
shown by its miraculous cures, and
Immensely increased sales. *
A SUIM of money. Tihe loser can obtain
.tit at this oflice by proving owniership
andi paying for thuis notice. Apl7tl
S QUAD No. 1 has charge of the Reel for
Jthls month, Director HI. B. McMaster
in charge. A. Landecker, Foreman, J. P,
Caldwell, C. E. Cathicart J. Groeschl,
F". W. Hlabenlcht, J. W. Il'anahan,, W. E.
Hlendrix, J. S. Reynolds, E. L. Wilson.
M. B. MeMASTER';
Apl7t1 Sec. and T1reas.
W' ILL be found at the followIng pl Aces
vv this season, viz.: At lisa stable
Mondaye houesday and Wednesday- a
MonleeloThursday- at' Bell's BrIdge
(lir. W. 'H. Adamud, Friday; Thos. P.
Mitchell's Mill, Saturday.
WAGNER, Jr., a adark sorrel, sixteen
hands highy drives well in harness, and his
riding qualitIes are unsurjfassed. Age
four years. For terms and particulars
appl toMOSES CLOWNEY,
ApXl7txtm* Buckhead, S.'C.
TEE A1DRIRERS '
OF THE PRODUCT OF I. W. HIAR
PER, Distiller, Nelson County, Kentucky,
are hereby informed that lia Whiskey i~s
niot sold romiscuously over the country,
but iplaced only into the hands of onie
respectbl dealer in each place, whose
name is a guarantee that the Whiskov is
sold pure as it comes from the Distillery.
T. I'. LUMPKIN is the only authiorized
Agent'for Winnsborg, 8. C. .
HJ lE very fast trotting staillon COLUM.
B IA BIOY will ind the season of
188 at Itock City. Coumbia Bo - is a
very hiandsome bay sixtenhands'Nb, six
years ol, and is of exceedigl kin die
position, For terms ~p~fmation ad
whoia eedbod os 2
mapegtot the A soq3
Lrges s t arthfelf taby'sy.
age,01 an obstinate disease tibuseof
Sine'then Mr. LU&AND has recommended
AYER'e SA1IAPARILiLA in 'snany ,similar
aseC, and he has never yet heard of its fail,.
ure to effect.a radioul eure.
Some years ago one ot Mr. LUAra0s farm
laborers bruised his leg, Owng to the bad
state of his blood, an ugly serotfloudswellng
or lump appieared on the injured limb. 1Her.
rib)e tohing of the skin, with burning andt
darting pains through the iwts made life
almost intolerable. The leg bome onor
anously enlarged, and runnizig Ulcers kormed,
discharging great quantities oft extremely
'*ffenslve matter. Noe treatineunt was of any
avail until the nian, by Mr. LarAND's diree
tion, was supplied with AIR. AsAA
RILL'A, which allayed the pain and Irritation,
healed the sore., removed the dwellng, and
Completely restoredt the limb to use.
lMr, LRstxhas personlally uied
for Rheumatism, with entiredess andi,
after careful observation, tl #~e thatg i
his belief, there Is no m~odi zeworld
equal to it for the cure of LltDisbrdes,
Gout, the effeots ot'.high liviag, Salt
Rhoum, Sores, Eruptionsrand all theo
various forms of blood diseases,
We have Mr. IaraannD's permnissionto Invite
all whommy deslro further evidence in regard
to the extraor'dinary curative powers of
AmaR's SMAAAILL4 .to see him person
ally either at his mamoth Ocean Hotel,
Long Biranob,or at the popular Leland Hotel,
B~roadway, 27th and28th Street., Now Yorke.
Mr. LELANID'S entensive knowledge of the
good done by this unequalled eradicator of
blood poison, enables himn to give lnquil eru
muich valuable Information.
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IrritabilIt of temper, Low spirits, with
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Weariness, Dimainess, Fluttering at the
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AN election for Intendant and four
Wardens of the Town of Winnsboro, 8, C.,
to servo for tho eisuing muntlopal year,
will be held at the Towrn Rail on Mongay,
the 6th day of April. prox. Registration
books will be open~ed on the Thursday,
Friday and Naturday JIdeeding said ece
tion, for thea registration of voters.
The following peirions are herby deslg
nated tQ conduct the registration and man
age the election: J. 12. Propst, W. 8. Rabb
By order ot Connell.
Wirnibor I N . WITilloits, Clerkc.
Winbr. 0 ., March 14,1885.,
Su so ro srcovdrlNW
Call and inspect the Spring
Stock just received by
P. LANDECKER& BRO.
We guarantee at all times
the very LOWEST Priees
in Dress (Ioodr, White
(Goods, Notions, Embrolde
ries, Laces, Ribbons. Veil
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Fancy Ginghams. T Ih e
largest, best as.,orted and
FINEST STOCK OF
OPRINNG AND gUMMEII CLOTHING,
Consisting of ress and
Business Suits, for Men,
Youths and Boys, wIth a
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GHENTS' FUItNIMIIING GOODS.
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THAT FACT CALL ON
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HIGH ORADE FERTILIZER.
R ECOGNIZING the importance, in a
ate season, ;'of farmers ~uslzg lIIGH L Y
EMMONIATED FERTILIZNRS, we have
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mntil the ist of May, a HIGH GRAD)E
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Shipments made proniptly.
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A.TLANTIC COAST LINE.
bILMINGTON, N. C., OCT. 0, 18841
)lharleston and Columbia and Upper
.enve Charleston.............7.00 a. in
enve Lanes.................8.40 a.mi.
~envo Sumter........... .....9.48 a. in.
~enlve Columbia........ ...... .11.00 a. mn.
enIvO Winnsboro.............2.31 p. mi.
enve Chester............... .3.45 p. mn.
~envo Yorkyile..............5.35 p. mn.
eoave Lancaster. .. ... .........25 p. mn.
.envO Rock Hil1..............5.00 p. mn.
icave Charlotte............... 15 p. mn.
trrIve at Charlotte.. ....... ...1.00 p. mn.
t.rrive at Rock H1ll1... ..... . ..2.00 p. mn.
trrive at Lancaster... ..... ..9.00 p. mi.
t.rrive at Yorkyile.. ....... ...1.00 p mn.
t.rrive at Chester...............2.44 p. mn.
t.rrive at Winnsboro..........3.48 p. mn.
trrive at ColumbIa...........5.30 p. mn.
krrive at Sumter.. ......... .. .6.55 p. mn.
t.rrive at Lanes...... ....... ..8.05 p. mi.
trrive at Charleston............45 p. ml.
Solid trains betwveen Charleston and Co
r. F. DIVINE, T. M. EMERSON,
Goen'i Sup't. Gien'i Pass. Agent.
rREH GRtOCEIES6 1
FLOURIS-Luxmiy, Patent Cream.
MOLASSES-New Orleans, Museovado
rnd Sugar Drip.
CHEESE AND MACARONI.
COFFEES-The Celebrated Momnaja, Old
Iovernment Java and Graded RIos.
TEAS.-reen and Black.
MOIR'S CHOW-CHOW, Mixed Pickle.
bnd a fresh And well assorted lotof Canned
FOR THE LAUNIDRY-Freh Starcb,
~namneled. Try it.*
Call and examine bef~ore buying else
SI IM. LNmaliefkiI.
Uyflthe OEt6EBEATED FitY TRUSS,
-of which Woluhave a supply. We
18lfru k& Ied. ane~w10oft russes
Moc5AST B BMOE KF/WZIXN.
HURRAH! FOR THE CHEAPEST STOR IN
THE M08T GoODS FOR THE TLAST MbNE!
My stock of Ladies Dress Gobda is complete, consisting of Ladles' Black
Cashmere-all Wool. The Cheapest lot of Dress Worsted ever brought to
this market. Dress Ginghams in all the latest colors. Also a sple ndid
tine of Dress Flannels Back Flannels, Ladles' Waterproof-cheap. These
ods will sell themselves if you will look at them. Volveteens-Blue,
Brown, Garnet and Black.
TOWELS AND DOYLIES, AND TOWEL LINEN.
A splendid stock of Blankets and Bed Spreads Lindseys, CantonFlannel,
Vhite and Brown ileachings and Unbleacied Homespun, Drillings,
White and Gray, Slowe's Balmorals, Iloop-%kirts, &c., &c.
These Goods are bound to soll. They wore plked out from among the
latest sty ls. My stock of CLOTIIING, for durability, cannot be excelled.
-MY S TOCK F1. (lENTS' FURNISH ING GOODS IS COMPLETE.
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
(all and be convinced of these facts. Polite attention given to all.
AT PRICES rro SUIT THE TIMES.
SILK VELVET ANI) P11USI1 PICTURE FRAMES-the cheapest, newest and
A new supply of Oil Window Shades, cheaper than the cheapest.
A new suppl of Patent Step Ladder.+-the best made and ti le cheapest.
SEWING M CIINES at reduced prices.
Our Platform is low tariff on all goods used by the peopl, as low prices increase
trade and result in the greatest good to both buyer and seller. Values must govern
prices. Deal only in good and reliable goods-making the prices as low as possible.
A poor article is ear at any price. Use no misrepresentation. Sell every article on
its merits, and at its true value.
Have one uniform low price al give every purchaser the bellefit.
it. W PHILLIPS.
nnnr~nyr~n nnnm Charlotte, Columiibiai & Auguista R. RI
GOE U EIN G NF E O T OBE 12
T(O CLOSE OU T. La~ uut........5a n
I IIAVE (determined to close out all mlv ev ila'........8p n
Groceries, *and will, till all aire sok4, ,ev lt~~od.....21 .i
put themi at cost for ILa~ igwy.......4p n
CAslh ONLY. LevWinoo.......2pi.
C o ff e e s, L a o W i e O k. 2 p n
Teas, L-v onvl'........8p n
Canned Peaches, LaeCetr........7p n
Apples, LaeLws.........2p n
Plneaples. LaeHcc111.......1p n
Tomatoes, Arv tCalte......0p n
Corn, Ariea.ttsil......5p n
Okra and 'Toumatoes, N.1,WyFegt asne oc
Peas, Atah alyecetuny.
Roast Beef,Geanseaeolmi.......45. .
Corned Beef LaeCetr......1.5p n
English Brawn (nice), ArieaChrot.....40p n
GiltEdg Chese.GOING NOUTH
No. 53. MAIL AND EIXP'RE5.
*JUS OPEED. eave Asta....ll ..............5 a. in.
Leave WCro..A..Junctio....,1.0 p. mn,
A tb o Git Ege uttr, 0c.eos. LAvrievUlumb...............27 p. mn.
LdMoassRie atSpesEx eave Cotlli......... .....1.4 p. m.
trcsecSoeLeave oKil1n'1................8 p. mn.
Li i'' ni~oce~ae, ve B"" Smthewoo..............221 p. im
ut lti~~l~bI~p~e4~. oodsa ulce leavye RL ew'y.............2.304p. m.
J. I. UMMNGS Leave SCmson'..............2.44 p. mn.
Leave nsor.............3'.03 p. in.
Leave White Oak.............3.0 p. in.
Arlin lo C ri~Leave Woodward's...........3.8 p. in.
Leave..........B...ackst.......... ek..... ..............0 p. mn.
--Leave Corngwayls..............8 lp, mn.
Leave Litowo'...............4.32 p. mn.
IFIE I-I GY TE I 5 Leave KSmith's..............4.49 p. m.
Lavt ok in1..............5.1 p. m,.
Leave Corlumial.............5.25 p. mn.
TEETMSEEY WE.Leave Pinv.l&e......ti.......574 p. mn.
Arrive at AStav.l..........9.38 p. mn.
F JI E 51-1 9' 1S II No. 17,Wa' Freight, Passenger~ Coach
Attachae, Dally, except Sundays.
SEMIWEELY.Leave Cholmta..............5.45 a. mn.
Leave WCnsr..............40.5 a. in.
Leave WChestero.............12.5 p. in.
TArrive at Charlotta............4.5 p. an.
N. C2 AIDLLG EP.A..
Aige anb oFac G CakEdesBe, 0.-o.
Frnc Musarse, Pig's Feet, LEIMIeNeTONEx
rApletc. Onioes, and bages re
PandI utshn Gohsnta Lnsc , lin
Iri. Poate CIcNs
Eggsend utter. - nr
TheREEBRTED EVEGRO WIEK. '~
UTR CENTED CIGr. supl of
Oy asatr allkeors, thogh thcuday
PentCetus eostal nWneoo Srie e ~l
OrneBaans Cocoanuts,.Eer o~e il e ti
torpeven Pcotatoes, Chlekensitywi~
MgsadBtenr. n easn~e o~ythtmyocr
tiolF"neala all aboutrstog thei day N'ON ~,ea ettttl~~
imient. Few do. N'ot to kno~w is cllnn er l, l~s t~~t
aottLeavvoich Chgaote............1.0 p
Leave Pineville . .... .. ... ...2 p
L e v F r il . . .. . . .. .I.4 p
Leav llo k U ll... .... ... ..2.2 p