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TOWN AND COUNTY.
THURCSDAY MO3tNING, Many 1.1, lterm.
'Pi-llhx O( i ls I -:w n AN) I 111 \l.,1,
--Tri-weely editirln, fouur dollo.1 pe,
an itnum, il advance; weekly ediiioll,
two dolharrs 1111t ill'tyvoi eann
ill alvanc31e. Liber*a) <ie-ulcut to (1n0,
of' five andl tipwanl .
Hl.Vris OF A>V) 1SrIslN.-Olne dollar
pur inielh 'or (lie flrst, ilnserItion, z lad
filtty ce I is per. inlh 1 6r each sulbiSe eit
i nseit ion. Theise rates apply to i II ad
vert iseits, ol' whatever 11111 tI ce, itu1d
are payable strictly inl advance. Con..
tracts tor three'. six or twelve mon111th1s
mlade onl very liberal (ce lls.Tr
sieit local notlices, fifteen cents per
line! For the I ifrst insertion anld sevei
and onle-hall'1 cent s per linec for each
sbsequent insertion. Obiltuiries and
tribuiles of respect, charged as aidver
lisellents. Sii ple anlonetlicelliits oi
nrriages and deaths published free o
charge, an1(d solicited.
All coiluilillnicatiolnS, of walltsoever
na1itrlie, should le addressed to the
Wvinnsboro Publishingr Conalpany
Winnsboro, S. C.
We are pleased to hear from Black
stock again. We are always giad to
give our si. ter lown ia ppec ill tie
picture when ailly .of her sonls (or
dangi'l ers) are p blispirited enlonglh to
sound le. praise or record her deeds.
On account of the absence of some
of the members of the llistrionic Club,
ihe entertainnient has been postponed
till Tuesday, the 27th. The Club ire
making extensive preparations to have
the finest exhibition that they have
ever oflered to Lhe public.
Tmin SIEFF IANo.-3Ir \\r. L. Joi:
son, travoling salesman for Chas. M.
Sti ef', Phn1io Manufhcturer, lbaltioore,
is now ill Winnsboro, looking up 1nsi
uess for the firin, ifnd will d > tuning
reparing wh'lile irn towi. He wil, lcave
on Friday morning. The Stielf' piano
took the only American medal for
pianos at the Paris Exposition in 1878.
Tm-: S'rAvr lu iss Assoc,vriox.--Thet:
fifthi anillI nieeting of (ie South Caro
1a State Press As-ociation will lake
place at, Spraburg, on Wednesday,
June II, at U3 oclock i. ill. Joual
iss who aire no1. m~enlbers n-c cordially
invited to at1tend, and joinl the ASocio
lion, 1as alaihers of illporta1ce. to the
es o'cthe St ait e will come up for con
Sidri.in011. It. iS hioped that every pa
per in tie State vill b rereented.
well known troup were ail1ounced to
give all ea nertain 11tenit a tL theI TheSpian
1Hall last night, preselitinIg 'East
Lynniie, 0. Aliss M\oultoni, the Gov
erlness,"' and (te Imusical comedy en
titled Ann';ec. This troupe ias attal ifed
a1 high repi u izl lon all over the couniry.
31iss Alice Vane, (lie leading lady,
raniks high inl her profession, and has
won golden opini is froiii her andi
en1ces and thie press evervn here0. 31r i.
Templeton is ailso an actor 01' the 1ir
order, (1 lacu th 1 support by the. rest
the~ troupe1) is good. The coipny w:II '
g'ive an1 enltertaimlnen, to-:ici , ;
UNDI.Eit W)'II10i kING?
Comnparlson or Taxat Ion Uncier Ratdlc.e
' anuul Uuader Democxoratc Itule'.
Somec time sinico a correspondent
wrote a communication oni the sub ject
of taxation, ini which it, was chiargedi
that the peop1)c still pay about seven
teeni mills (axes, and thalt the load has
not beeni to any great degroa di
iisheiid. The following exhibli1
shiows that our corresp~londenit was
mistakciu in his facts and dcanme
Fon 1875. ACREAGIC 460,018.
A ssessed vailuo. .. .. .. .. ...$2,517,225
Assessed piersonlal p)roperty. ..1 ,758,809
Total......... .......... 4,276,031
State Tax................. 68,516.72
1878, ~ACRE AG E 465,311.
Assessed value......... ...$2,269,580
Total assessmcot.. ........ 3,707,365
Stat e Tax................. 34,930.79
From this it w!. be seen1 that wvhil~e
f be andlitor has addecd 5,293 acres to the
lands returned tho total of asses 0il prop
crt~y l'as been reduced $503,669; while
the Stato taxes have boeen reduced
fromn $68,516.72 to $34,930.72, a saiig
of $33,586, or nlearly one--hanlf. A t the
sameI tihne thle the poll tax was in
creased from $1,991 In 1875 to $4,847 hi1
The highest tax paid in any town
ship this year is ten and a qutarter
mills, of which two mills are levied by
the const.ILution for schools, one aind a
half mills to pay for the fenice, a
local measure, atid 0one mill local taxa
fion for schools. As a pure matter of
dollars and cents, the Damocratic revi
vali of 1876 has paid abundantly.
Fairfild county is in- a sound -finan
e'al condhition1. Last year there was a
balance in . the, coa'nty fuind and a
J't-ndsomd balanco iii the sihiool funid.
Con'hy 'paper is a good investment,
anid school .p~aper, under the preuent
good mnaingement, is sought afir in
stead of'bdig shianed as8 it 0onc was.
Teachers' .coificates were subjected
to a heayy tscoit at the begluning of
the yeav6 bdt rate.s al'e better n1o I, and1
as conifidduice 'is estabhlhed they will
commatid a readl sale.
MEMOstA3L.DA~' 41 IIACRBToorc.
DecoratpingthoGraveA df Ttob1 sltion
*Soldiers Alike-.Addreusaf Mr. Mlayes,
[BBPoED WoI1 N~T'NEIWS ALND tPR ALD.)
BrLAtr..sa'OolC Xtay 12.-4s thie niews
paporsdere teomingiwlth''notico of
too, conluded tlhatk~o ,otlldlhave a'
Satur a pg ndutr
and o t bofr~~aQ W)
Pot tt ai
oly two of those heroes wito g-ave
1ir li Iu'. blod fr6 their coun itrv-ime
w . ilg the grty thle 01her tie bile
. J . 1. Ah-A lh of, the H-th 1.1.p i
( .A., ana ' l eo \\oiadi of'
the --:hI 0hio, 1'. S. A. At tiln early
ioir in the. tveziing the llavkstock
I .' t Il nI'fA Ivy, tlIId1er colii:tild of
LitI . Johnl . Crain,, tupiam
Ilied by Ithe citizens- and pojile of'
the vicinitIy, repaired to the
'grave of the Federal I.oldler, disin
terred his mouldering bo6Aes,^% andl([
placed lil by tle side of.the Coplfelder
itv 5sol(dibr. Rlev. J. C. MeMullen, of
thie Presilyterian church, was called by
Ma.i. T. WV. lrice to) open the exerises15C
vith prayer, vhlich vas dolo i I
very soleini aid appropriate ialnner.
Then Mr. J. It. Mayes, of Kentucky,
wvas introduced and made at very
touching and lifketinig speech. We
regret we land Ito reportc present to
give his speech, but Send you t few
extracts. At the conclusion the graves
wero covered with flowers, Wreaths,
etc. Thus did .llackstock honor the
'riE ADDRES OF 31HR. 'MAYES.
To-day in the whole Stte of South
Carolina is re-echoed the sympathy-for
oir ierioc (ead, an11d while we cherish
those tattered balmers that floated
proudly in the breeze, that dipped fie
vaters of our beautiful bav, while the
smnolke curl;ng froim tli battlements
of Sumter made the only sombre cloud
in V'ic April sky, and echoino shouts
.(im shore to shore ainiionnceti the first
victory of a th new-born nation, let
uis ntow%, with the Samle p>atriotic Spirit
that. thenl Coursed our1 vernis, pay, tribute
to this hero of Mississippi, who is- rest
ing ol Fame's eternal cmping-grould,
where no trumnpet shall awake" him to
earthly glory again. And while we
are bringing offerings to the imighty
01 our own brave, let I's not, since the
din of bultic is hushed, and the clamor
ous voices from the North Ire aniswer
ed by tle cl'ivalrous bpirits of the
entire "South-conciliation, weaco, liar
liloIy, prosperity and inelenCidelce
once mnore-Forget those that lost their
lives inl our' midst, inl opposirg the tien
well-iierted rebellion, in which cause
sions of the North as vell as of the
South fell. Pay tribute uito them,
1i rt- t' ing the anim1osi ty tlhat existed
wil hin tle bosom of every A inwrican
eitizen of 18i, hurv all our sIoos
wih hlioulderillg aishe~s betore us,
ad141 1 ivet our hopes uponl a ii )re ioble
c-lue thai w'as cherished ill the
hourii's ofrhellliol-by encinli" otu
4'ilers lit. Wasi-igtol to gri.)sp every
oplpor illy that pi'esenlts i t I -'or the
promot ion of' 6ta0o sovertigumy 11nd
ta's rights, dwini to ourve u v
orerinets, that f'c'ed-1n "1-h1ut 1 1.0 VA..
jo. ed byl) every c, i:iz n1 wilo liv'-; 1ii.1un.
a~ rtt- I u zila turmii of' goverinuint
do ii leil down to us hIv. oill oire.iihlers.
While we recognize tie chivalrous
sirit of t lileobi1 wolleni of South
Carolina, that spirit so commoii amoin* lg
tle fair 'Mex, inl laiborilig with ini
releintitig indiustry for tihe colui hpletioln
and 1iuveilinig of a inlloient to our),
own dead, let us not forgelt that the
.1 u I hat is une urled to ithe breeze on
the l ith in commemoration of the
event, waves over (lie whole United
a es Uiile.
(mr :mmhier'i here is limited, vet surt
n.i thilt ro.1n thie lastid (3.,I
.'I' in laitri utlrbpL and4 shie hmal(&.'.
with ur Noi hernl bretilwen aIcro.ss (h
omtly~l (dhasml, anld cry, t. ai -c, hap
1ieS, low, liefrthtl' iait und rever.
T11 uE COxNne' u A1~TJE MON UMEN.T.
Smposing Ceremonius of Its Unveihg
( t-axident. Day Coultamia Hias Ever Sceen.
Tb11c mlonumeni~ft ected by tihe
radties' M~onumntll Assocition, in
memory of' thle Confederatc dead of
Soutth Car olina, wats univailed 0on the
lu3th inst., with appropriate cer~e
mloiies. Tfhe miilittary orgvanizat ions
and1( Confede~ltrate surPvivors 'Orom
all parts of the Siate, and1( from Char
lotte', N. C., particip~ated. . At three
o'clock a salute of cven guns was
lived 'by thet German Artillery of
Charleston, this being the signal for
the procession to form. The column
embraced twenty-flve companies of
cavalry, ar'.illery and infantry, wi dh
several bands of music. Uinder coim
ai and of ex-Gov'. M. L. Bonhani,
acting as chief niarshal, the procession
moved ut) Main -street to the post
ofie, thence down to (lhe State House.
Tlhere was assembled an -immense
theong of peoplec, awaiting the opening
of tho execises. Governor Simpson
cail(lie assemb~lage to order, and
t~he exercises wet'e opened wit~h prayer
by R1ev. Ellison Capers, of Greonville.
Governor Simpson thien nyado a brief
anud appropriate address, and intvo
duced Gen. Johnm S.. Prestoii, the
orator of the occasion. General Pros
ton's oration was a most admirable
product ion. We hope to publish it
hereafter. At'an~ appropriate point in
the oration, the four. young girls,
dressed in white, wvho were .to per
form the act of unveiling 'the mnonu
mont, wvere handed flrom the stand to
te base .of thme monument by four
one-armed Confederate soldiers. Four
ropes were suspended from thie statue,
attd one of these was placed in the
inds of' each ot the girls, and, . by
means of them, they drewv awvay the
yoil. The namies of those girls are
MPss Cheves McCord, Miss Rtoberta
fleck, Miss May bargtun and Mfiss
Beverly Means. The oneihrined
sohliers who handed them from- thme
stand were Col. J~ohn C. HJaskell,
Capt. S. L. Leaiphart, Mr. 8. W.
Rtowan and Mr. JTames Fraser. As
the veil fell f~'om the noble and beauti.
Adi and imp~ressive proportions of the
monument, a hush fell upon the multi
tude for a moment as they -ga d upon
it, and thenr theh' a'mi to and
sympaithy burst forth' in rouna of pro.
longed and ehthusitle .. applause.
A miember' of thme Ridlh!and V1oluntpoes
Wyho was on the Iddr, behi4 . the
statue, placed a beatfnd wreath upon.
the bayonet of thQ qoutdi'n e
o~,and t 4f igu I'
Ehd asso'a '
td'edre' ~th. dediatmry na
was oflered by Rev. .William Mitrtin,
ol'oluinhia. At the coice!sion, 1ll
artilt'ry ilred a sialite, tit( bands play
ed "Di-xio,'' and the inmeilse throng,1.
e(t iiated at. t wolve thousantd people
Slowly and quietly dispersed.
The miiitnent i8 11ty feet,.high
I d'oi the grouiid to tie top,.o -The
stlt UI a(t the top i, ihIt 'eet high; and
rcpn .ents a Coni 'ederate soliicr hold
ilg lis guti with fixed bayonet, - He
sitds with. one .foot advanged, his
head rect aid liis ileo lookin. b.thily
to tihe fronit.. I le wears a cape, ' the
left side of which is tihrowi o cr his
shtuldor, a PI .uc!i lit, anid all the
trapilpings ofia soldier Oil dity.
Oin the front die-stono beneatl is
written the Tollowing inscription:
Per pet uitues the I: nuiory
Trte to the instincts of theil- birth,
Fiith lI- to the teahetii1gs ot'tlheir v at hiers,
Conistant ill their love.for the Stato,
Died inl the pel6'ortnaniceo
Of their duty:
Have gloritled a 'allen cause
By tie.siniinle .Inalihood - of their lives,
The patimit e ldurance ofsuflering,
Aid ti heroism of death
In the dark houlrs of illiirisonilent,
In the liohictessiness (if thd'h1ospital,
Ili the short, sliarp agony -of tihe field,
Their support and consolation
.it the belief.
That at hoic they would not be for
Oi the rear'dic-iioiie the1 following:
Let the stranger,
Who nmy il Ii'iture times -
Iadl dt'is i 'we'ript ioll,
Pecognize Ihat t hese12 were men
viom Power coubl not corrupt,
W b'o'n 1)eath could not terii\
Vliom Detbat. could 'not <ishoior.
Amid let their viriuics paid for just
Of the cause in which t her perishied.
Let Iie South Carolinini
W7ho may read this roll of honored
That. the , late taught t hem
How to live and hiow to die,
And that. from her brokenu forttunes
She las Jeti. to her children
The 0c price~ess .(egacy of their
litilii ' es,.
Teachi Ig all who 1a1y
Claim tihe same birthright
'I hat C
Truth, Cout rage, an id Patriotism
On file west thce of' 1th. base are
the words: .
TO SiL'1 CA RLOLINA'S DEAD
181. Or TilE 15.
CONPEDI) ATF1 ARMY. -'
On the east fthe olfthe base the fol
ERECTED BY TIHE WjOMEN
On t(e front of thc shaft. is carved a
palmet.to tree, wilh a shield liceath it,
on which are cut ite letth-rs "C. S. A."
On the east ami wet t'aces of the
shat't arc th' embihlms of thle army and
ois of thle Confe.denic States.
.L.) sio' .0:jt of' Winn~sbir, .- .
a L.n"ii met anet. by authority of' th
I iM a(tion 2 of an Ord inance relat inc.
h2ue dis;haurge ot tir('-arms (tc., v itthis
2 cor1orait. tim its whliich reads. '"T';t
mly persen or persons who shalt discharg
'utty gnnt er pistol0 or set. tire to, explhode.
iuse ifny s;quib, liro-cracker or~ explosive.,
r1 ani y o her dischargec of powdler, exce'Oe
ni the. I ischatrge of some1 pulic dty,~
h.Iall forreit andie pay for each and evr
;ich ofl2tei a1511 sumnot 'execedinug tel
loirs. Provi-lesi, that on Christmas
''i other holiday the use of fire-craeckers,
fire-wobrks and oib~er harmless ex pldsives
'ha:1 the att thie disetion of the Itntend
nt.," be nanend d by inserting after thw
words "'teun dllair" and befo the wor
*proi-le~td" the fotlowin g: "Or boe im-i
prisonecd not more than ten days."
Done in Conil. Ihis thirtieth day of
\pril, A. D. 1879, under the-corp~orate
seal of the said Town Council.
JA8. A. B3RICE,
E. S. I'rANranB, tnat
ORthe best half-.dimno smoke, try
. "TeSmatsher," superior to all
oth ers, at; F, WV. H ABENIoHLT'S, Rear'
of Town Hall.
rjIHE. County Auditor, or: an assistxnt,
..'will be at the f'ollowing places on
tihe days deignatoel, for the purpose ot
receiving returns of' the .taxpayera of the
county, for the, next fiscal year, viz:
WVoodward's, Jufie 6 aind 7
IEidgeway, Juno 9 and 10.
Bllythewood, June 31'aid 12.
Glladdea Grove, June. 13.
Caldwell's Sto're June 14.
Durham's, Junie 16 and 17.
Bear Crock, June t8 and 19.
Horeb, Juno t'3 and 21
Jenkhinavillo, June 25 and 20.
Monticol~o, JTune 27 and 2..
.Feastervillo, .June 30 and July 1-,
WVhito Oak, July 3.
The ofileo. at this place (Winneboro)
will be open from 1st to 5th June, and
from 4th to 20th July. Each tanpayer is
required to make return~ en oath of all
real and persorial property
owned 'or controlled by th em on
.June 1st. All citizons between
the ages of -twent.ond and sixty
years, except those exempt ,by law, are
required to make return of. their polls.
After thd 20th July, a penalty of fifty per
cent. attaches. X, N. WITHERSB,
may 6--txtf County Auditor.
KEJIEP Cool. Ice, Lemons and
. Soda Watdr at MiORNING STAR
SArOON, 10ar of Towni Hall,
SR AVING SA LOON.
r0lHE undersigned would respectfully
L: inorni he pbli thait ho has
opeIod~ a Shavin and .H~alrouttiti Sa
16on in the room Mt.o (doork 1brah of r4. J.
D. McoCarley's; hei-e lio will takd pleasure
in serving all who may favor him- with a
onll, Everyhing in the tensorial iie
donein te bst syle
GRAND OPENING I!
H tvn her cotisns and her
sistrs i aid her atiiti
Seenl silch aitn ed less
variety and magnitleent
NEW SPRINo AND SUMMER GOODS
as were i'urchnased it tile recentt great
sales in N,..v York, anid will bo sold at
Our stock is conpleto in dry goods, no
tionis, oibroideries, ladio<u' neckwear, per
faxinery, liesiory, ladies' hat.I, muuillnerv,
tra, goods, geit'H fuitinialitig goods lin
all brauncheR, latest style straw and felt
hats, boots, and shoies in all bizes for
-alies. geitiltnen, misss adl child*ron,
cloth and leather. Also, the htet st lo of
To convinno yourself and saive money,
call at the well-Known sttnd of
SUGENHEI1ER & GROESCIEL.
SP"CIULTY-One ilundred largo size
lulio s Parasols, at, 25 cents each.
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bbls. Molasses-all grados,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Croamnl Choose,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades, i
14 Sacks of Coffeo-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets. X
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams. fi
Choico Rod Rust Proof Oats, Seed ;
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule .
Shoes, Axle Grease, White a
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Taisins, Currants and. Citron.
.ro -iOn ALSOu n
Tomaitoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pep~peI' Sauce.
-t fine lot of BOOTS AND SEDESg
All of whi'ch will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEdN.
4 "A fter Dinr"at F. W AE
NIc!IT's, Rer of Town Hall.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color. r'
A dressing A
which is at once
.a g re ea ble, i
healthy, and ef
factual for pro- ~
se r vi ng the_
hair. .Faded or
g'rag hair-is soona
'I. restored to its
or-iginal color, '
tvidh the gloss and freshness'of youth.
Thin hair is thickened, falling hair
checked,- and baldness often, though
not always, cured by its use. Noth- c
ing can restore the hair where the e
follicles are destroyed, or. the glands 3
atrophied and decayed. B3rit such as
remain can be saved for iusefhlness
by this application. Instead of foul
ing the hair with a pasty sediment, it'
will keop it clean and vigorous. Its c
occasional use will prevent the hair C
from turning gray or falling off, and 8
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious dubstances
which mndko some preparations dan
gerous, and injurious to the hair, the
Vigor ean only benefit butt not harm
it. If wanted merely for a
nothing else can be found s0 desir
able. Containing neithar oil .nor
dye, it does.-not 'soil white cambric,
and yet lasts long oni the hair, giving
it a rieb, glossy lustre and a'gratetul
Prepared by Dr. 3. C. Ayer & Co.,
Pratteal and Analytioal Ohemiste, 3
LOWELL, MASS. S
--Y - .
MRS. M. ,W. BROWN. . a
~FHIS Hotel, situated in the coentre o
Ithetown, oftersad gtariates to tho
P#blio Insnuomon4 uisur s~by iny
4i s. 'rorcuIeycstete
TELh, CFT, LATYST IMPROVE,
S';Vti pI H MAC irt m~ ecr haavicaal. AlI
thec weoaaiug1- parh rr 11.1aa( (.0101 SCOGT
STCI, CARr4F3t1,Y -VIr.'PrRCtD
rn-I are ADJUSTABLC.
Jf 'nra the A rT'JOfi ouizc IIx 71:e ro u
lan tllo JAdBONMT Itnyl )111h14s1the
Easiost Thrcaded Ch-t-tic,
The DOBBINS arn ommOt-j.7 D widonmt
RUNNING or U14lJ'i?AD.L Ulu
It has a Si-LF-SETTYN0 NE1EDL1; It
iwss:a DIAL for regitihg tho L.'agtlh ot titch,
Wi'rI'TkT TEh-k'N1i; It hIa a I Ao0.
WAOEP 1n:der tho armi; It Ia NoISEI.Eas,
Ima has moa' p piia of kE%(1LLEN0C thiat
01 othier adfalaei coaaaljnaad.
3-Agentri wtanted in locnlitios
"haro wo nro iot represoented.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
TANCY G OODS.
E ]RESPECTFULLY call the
attention of the ladies to ont
rge assortment of Fancy Goods.
TIES ! TIES!! TIES!!!
hite Lace Tics, Black Laco Ties,
olorod Laco Ties, Silk Ties, and, in
tet, Tics of all kinds.
A beautiful assortment of Bows
t all colors and shades. Silk
[andkerchiefs in great variety.
'rloves! Gloves ! ! Gloves! I ! Call
ad look at them.
'RIMMINGS ! TRIMMINGS!
White and 'Colored H~amburgs,
arillings, Laces, Linen Dress Trimn
uings, arnd lots of other r1immIings.
orchon Laces-a good assortmnen t
f them. We offor to the ladies
XTRA INDUCEMENTS in those
oods. McrMASTER & BRICE.
L RRIVE D
AL the Wininsboro Dry Goods,
ancy Goods and Millinery Bazaar
second lot of new, cheap and ole,
ant goods. Millinaery and Fancy
foods in all the latost stylos and
ovelties of the season. Mrs. Boag,
aving a first-class milliner to assist
er in this Department, is fully pro
ared to please the most fastidious,
nd will taiko pleasure in doing so.
.beautiful line of Silk and C~tton
'arasols ; Corsets', Kid Gloves,
aadies' Jabots and Ties or Scarfs ;
press Goods, Buntings, Poplins,
ilks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimmings
-in fact a full stock of such goods
a are usually found in a first-class
[illinery, Dry Goods and Fancy
A beautiful line of ladies' and
Ihildren's Slippers, .Gaiters and
hoes ; also, a niee assortment of
A full and fresh stock of Family
Irocries: Bacon, Meal, Flour,
orn, Sugars, Coffees, Soaps,
a short, you can find all,' you want
b J. 0. B3OAG'S, and as cheap' as
le samo goods can be bought any
here. Dont forgot to call. No
rouble to show goods.
J. 0. B3OAG.
Sixteen new and first-class Sowing
[achines to be in store in a day or
o. The New and Iraiproved Verti
al Feed-Davis, XX. P. F3. ; also, the
lew and Improved American, rang
ag In p rice fron $20 upwards.
'hese Machines are from the facto,
Los of good, responsible coinp anies;
nad are wari'antMe to beo ,jst ija
J. 0. BOAG,
Agetit for 1 a iel&Oounty~
mayB 8 ~
ao Whieky ~W
NAVASSA GUANO. BAY STAT]
IS called to our Now, Largo and T
only a few varioties of which (for
Alpacs, Victoria Las
. Dress Goods,
Bleached and Brown Homospun, Co
Drills, Printed Lawns, Ticking, Table I
is full and complete, with all tho Nov
Ladies' Scarfs, Fans, Gloves, Collars
We havo just re-eived as Full a.Lit
Shoes as can be found in the State, in
respectfuilly ask tho pnblic to Oxamilnl
We havo the Largest Stock uf Mon
Hats in Town, with somo Specialties
A full lino of Clothing that will ast<
A full stuck of Famiuily and Planitati
RtGIEM3ER, W1E DON'T :
by selling loading articles at less than
at a LIVING PitOFIT, and as cheap
HOES. GRAIN CR2
FOR DESIGN AND WORK
B'UI T] I'TTYl
Deforo making your purchases elsewh
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SU:
I keep ohi hand a full supply of
Coffins of tho finest finish. Also, a cl
3.STF M LY_
'he f' rW MFR CN l nit ernd o
1'c gantly~MR1AN fIshc~~ edno, c l
ahins.br~a ots capac~iy le h
0.NDOAG AeTTfAiH .Tf
6 10 C wfres t t7theti
a bTa 8reWeS a O4 b
otot Bc. s kopaciy Us
o 10A10 MAHUI sl
15 corsb1s ~~
:1L# ~ ATrMNf
'SHOES. .PIEDMONT GTJANO
roll solocted Stock of Dry Goods,
want of space) we mention, to wit:
Rtonades, Plaid -Homespun, Linen
Lainatsk, Towels, Napkins and Doilies
oltics and latest styles in Batton
Rd Cuffs, etc.
io of Ladios' Misses' and Children's
ade especially for our trade, and we
I' and Boys' Folt, Wool and Straw
in Straw Goods.
nish cash purchasers.
in Groceries, Hardware, &c., &o,
3AIT OUR CUSTOMERS
cost ; but we will sell all our goods
ias they can be bought anywliere.
F. ELDER &'CO
LNTED AS REPRESENTED.
. THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pie.
tures, Wall Pockets, Bracketn
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
:e tresses, and Children .Car
For prices, call at the first
[T THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICE
) TO MAI(E TO ORDER.
Metalic anid Rosewood Case
teap stock of Coffins.
-..IT 1I TH2
ONLY SEWING MACHIINU
- :Mulen u.i4
'It has Self-Setting Needle.
_Ncycr .1,:rgksthe Thbrend
Never Ships Stltes.
Is tho ightest RunnIng
A New and Shmplo Device
., Winding the Dobbin,
. ' .ut.Lauthreadw gtker
The timplest,$5o.1Tst Dairabe -
and in-ovory respoct tho'
s not c.t out of order, and wll do more wris
strated Circular furni~- on appucarloa,
a Chrnmeter Wa*di and
rst-class i ano. Itto~vod
enna and Centenhial Ex eO'
URT H FASTER, than ethO*a'
unlimited. -Ther0etv*gre q
in the United tSt~tels
the otheft. 'Tha 'WILB
r dongall klncief oropain~