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Tif meike)IA R.RADiCA.S HAVE 1.AD .
I)w-now in Atlanta, lasting several
(lays, and cltarattized by the usual
1lnwunt of tighting and drinkin;r.I
1hrine and Sherman tlen. joined forces
and gave the ex-Presidentt it black eye.
Qu'ltiN V 1CronItjA, ON WEDNEsDAT,
summoned the Liberal triumvirate,
l:ari Granville. the Marquis of Hart
ington, and Mr. Gladstone to Wind
sur Castle, aid after consultation with
them, she entrutsted the task of form
ing a cabinet to Gladstone, appointing
htn First Lord of the Treatsury and .
Chancellor of the Exchequer. Glad
- stone kissed the Queen's hand in
recognition of her fuvor.. A year ago
she snubbec him by not inviting him
to a royal marriage. Gladstone en
Joyed ai perfect ovation on his way
"back to London. Beaconsfield goes
Tim 'l'EEXAS l):aoClRATIc Convention
expressed a preference for -Hancock,
but pledged Texas enthusiastically for
l he nominee of the party. New York
has held her regular coiventionl and
her 'Tammanv atil. The latter pro
posed a uniun on the basis of some
other jtnun than Tilden, but the Itegu
lars, being three-tourtlhs Tildenl mcn,
anbhed Tnmnttmany, and instructed tie
New York delegates to vote as a unit
at Cinclitatti. This means Tilden iti
tale old m:tn1 sees any chantce, other
wise it is expected that he will have
the vote cast to stilt himself. Massa
chtwetts Republicans are for Edmunds.
John Sherman is having a hard time
in keeping Blatine from capturing his
own State, Ohio.
Fall in Prices,
During the past month or so there
has been a general decline in prices,
notably in that of iron. The great
demand by railroads and other enter
prises flooded the iron mills, 11(1 ran
the prices up over a hundred per cent.
As Foon as Europe saw the high prices
she hurried her iron over and broke
down the market. The prices are still
said to be very remunerative to the
mill owners. Cotton tumbled also,
.bu . "allied somewhat. On Saturday
uplands were quoted at New York at
eleven and three quarters, and low
middlings in Charleston at eleven and
. seven-eighths. Provisions are not as
high as they bid fair to be some time
since. Altogether it appears that the
market was inflated about ChrIstmas
times, caused by speculation, and the
decline was to be expected. While
the country is fairly prosperous she
will not get rich all at once.
The Whtittaikei myvstery at West.
Point has attracted thte mtost. wide
spread attention, anid the court of in
quiry is btill engaged int the apparent
ly hopeless ttask of untraveling it.
Nothing whatever has been developed,
althoughi all the caidets tend half the
'popunlat.ioni of the little village of'
H Iighuland Falls have been uftiupon
the statnd. It bis fair to be another
case of" "Who3 struck Billy Pattersont."
The Radicals are taking ttdvanting of
the circ.nmstances to slander the entire
-South anid to heap mnountafinsq of fo'ul
mouthed abuse upon the Military
Academy. Beecher' raved a whole
hour in PIymout b Churach last Sunday
on socil ogJracisunt and v'owed thit
West Point should be tilled with color
ed cadets hereafter, wh'Io shal-l secutre
social recognition. Beecher has takent
a pretty heavy load( upon01 his should
ers. While these God-antd-mnotality
pseudo-philaint hropists are iniveighintir
atgainst WVest Point, they should look
nearer homei. Thie .New York Wit
ness is a so-called religious paper, but
devotes au large p)ortlon of its space to
abuse of the South and to frantic howls
for equality of the races. Yet a week
ago all the comtpositors in the office
of this truly good paper struck in
continenitly because two colored broth
ren had been introdtuced itto the coin
- posing room. If a godly paper like
the WJitness cannot influtence its em
ploy6s wvho are compIlelled to read it,
what blame can be imputed to men of
war and sona of Belial at West Point
who desIre to select their own compa
ny? T1he Cincinnati Commercial, a
Republican paper, Is Impelled to make
the follow lug confessiotn:
The compositors on the New- York
Witness recently struck work because
two colored printers were employed In
* the office. 'The northernt section of
this country has no great call to plumel
itself on its good treatment of thel
negro. One charge agaist the black
* ~ mnan is that ho has no ambition: tJt,
give himt what chance you ill he
will never be anythhtig but a wivtde
wa'sherm or a ditning-room waiter. At
the same tine, it is almost useless for
him to learn atny trade or p)rofesslon,
since white men ill not work along
'with him, not oven In the -composing
room of a rellgious new4paper like the
New York JWitness.
--Vhen the Norfthern Pharisees get
their own doorsteps cleanly swept, they
can afford to belabor the South on her
~ ~' plgheadednuess., We advise Brother
Bleecher to bring his batteries to boar
-uipon the 'Witness and let up a 'little
Yonl West Point.'
--"Emnma 11." asks the Springfield
#hel is Pgagetd to him?" Whereun
~Ieq~t'te off a very etagia
6 lt.V haaYe had sno experience
th itter refeirred to." Wh
i64y If it was onr~ girl and
~ 'it~ Ifits was t; thter 'gil
es ut it as our
CuICovs LiEG.tr, DIC,NrTvION8.
rechnioal Itorpeatiotns of Ordinary
Albany Luw Journgl.
The law )as taken painls particularly
0 define sohte words and expresions
he meaning of which would seem
uite apparwnt, and has drawn some
inc distinction in definitions.
IIn the [lainlc] case of McCarthy 1
gailst. Portland the court say in illus
:-ation [of the ueaning of the word
'traveler": "A boy mIa1ty be witlhi i
le protection of the slttute while rui- 1
lin upo. ilon the street, if going to or 1
-turnling from school; but not ss) if I
)articiptiug in it gaile of ball being 1
-arried o1 at tlie time in the highway.
lie might be a traveler, perhaps, .un1- t
ler- sonie cir'cumstanees, while sliding
(ownt hill on his way to school ; but $
lot ii merely engagedl iii slitliig down (
till Is a pastimne anid sp)ort." li I Brit
oin alglinst Ctimm1nington [Massahlut- i
etts) it was left to the jury to say
xhether a person driving oil a high
viy1' ceased to be t ''traveler" for t he!
lute, by leaving his horse and wa!gon, 1
mId pickingI berries at. the roadside.
It is perfecty ivwell settIed thait a dog
s Jiot it tersoti. A [Michigati] stattle
icetised "iny person" to kill i dog
oing at large and not licensed or col
airel. Ifl 11l action to recover fo' the
kdlling of platinti's dog by defendant's
log, it was beld no lefenise that phiii
ill''s dog was nol licensed and collared 1
is (lefeiuldant's (log Wits not R "perslt.''
That It wife ilay at the same time be
I ''widow'' is held in Georgiaii ail
road and Banking ('oinpatiy against
:arr. This was where it sin'lttO gave
t "widow' the 'i-rlit of action t'or the
lolicide of'her hushnd, and it was
lleld that such right w-as not divested
ly her imarria1ge sub-e<luent to the i
omunnl(ment. cf'the autionl. "The
wor(l 'wid''w' iidia:es tie piei'son,
Ilot tie State, 1111(1 is ts('( its SyIlonv- I
iouis with wife," say the court. Thie
:ourt seemi t.o hav streiss 01n thle thet
that the widow had waited it ''suitable
Ahne," as the womecn phrase it. "Ihis
foung vidow wlaitedl sO1e tour
eirs," exclaiim the court, in admira
Lion, "and thent in no hot baste, but
decently, and after a long widowhood,
comparatively, m1airriedl again." And
so she got a new husband and $7,O00I
t'ir the old ole.
In Kennont against, King [Montana]
the court refused to stultit'v itself' by
pretending not to know that ''poker '
is a game of chtnce, remarking that
there is "no reason for calling proof as
to the Imeaning of (his word tlint
would not ap)ply with equal propicity
to the words deed, lease, coutraet,
river, city and chip-ch."
In the State *ot Louisiana against.
Holmes we 1111(1 it delfition of "'drug
ist." It was there h eld that where a
license is required to carry on the busi
ness of a drug'fgist, one catmot sell
drugs and imdicin5es uiider i livenlsc as
a retail merchant, although "c'uggist
properly means one who buys and
sells drugs without cotimpouiding or
preparation." The term,l therel')re,
has ia miuch more limited and I'esi ri(;t
ed iealnillg tlau the word "apothecl
ry." In alnotice Case the detfendant
was indicted for selling li<iuor withot.
license; had dry goods one side of his
shop and drugs on the other; he was
required as a imechant to be licensed,
but as it drutggist he could sell in
( quntl tities less than it lua't without
license. The court, cha'ged 1hat. it he
was a mnerchant. and unllilensedl, and
sold less than a quart, he was guilty
unless he wals "ai dritiuist ini good
taith, and his businiess wias 4Jomplound
ing and( selling drugs," etc. This was
held crr'or, becatuse it confiled the
btusiness of' ani apJothecary 01' retail
drutgglst, to one who actually coim
lunids his med(icineCs.
''Trade" is dletined in Enseoe againlst
Dunn11 [Connecticut] wher'e it was
held that the horse's aind eart of one
catinig ('oal ave not exempt as "im
p)lmets of at debtor's tra'ide." The
coturt say: ''By the word( tiradle, as8
used inl this stattute, we suipposes is
mieanit the business of' a miehanie.
str'ictly speaking, as the b)usinless ot' a
car'penlter, blacksmuit.h, silversmuith,
pr]inter' or' the like."
Under' the statute of exdempltions, a
usic teacher'"s pino has been hiehi an
"lmpillemntt of' business"; so a fisheri
mann's net anld boat as "tools" ; and so
a fIddler's fiddlle and bow; a canial
boatman's tow-line; an iroii foilunder's
"'Cont iguous" mans iln acttual (lose
contact.; so buildings fifty feet ap)ar't
atie not ''con(iguous."
Wor'cester' deinlies '"auctioneer" as
one whose trusiness it is to otl'er pr'op
er'ty for' sale at auction." But in City
of' Goshen againist Ker'n (Indiana) it is
held that 01n0 wluo sells his own goods
is anl "autctioneeri."
Trhe word( "pants" is nlot recognized
by lexicogr'aphlers nor by aniybody but
"gents,"~ and yect in State of LoIuia
against Johnson it is held that ani in
di ctimetnt for stea'ling "a pair ot ')pa,nts"
is goodl. Thle cour't says, "'the wotrd
pants has COml)pletely superseded the
Seven is "sev'eraml." The cour't [In
anl Alatbaima cour't] said "several"
mecans mnore thanm two, but not very
many, and1( Includes seven.
.Fno3r FiAT TO LEAN.-Amuong the
imiiungr'ant passeng~ers whoD came
ashor'e at Castle Gar'den from the
steamnshilp Westphalia, irecently, wer'e
fonu' Germans, three of whom werec
womlen and( one a inau. 0One of (lie
wtonen was of peculliar build. iIer'
featur'es were long and thlin, and her
shoulders niarriow, bt with these ex
ceptions sIte wats qulite por'tly, aind
looked to be-about two htundr'ed and
sevent.y-five p)ounds itn weightt. Sho
moved slowly in seeming dilstr'ess.
To inqirers her companlionis stid that
she was v'ery Ill, and the cus5tomsI of11
cIars permiNhtted her to pass nidistur'bed.
Mrs. Jetie Ferri's, the cuistom house
inspectr'ess, saw hier a few muinuItes
after'ward seated in a chair' In the0 gar
dletn, anId, after' a sharp11 scrutiny ot'hler'
recquested lier' companionls to assist lher'
to her pi'vate r'oom. Ever'y step the
woman' took shue made a 1moan1. Omce
linside the room, thle inlspectress r'e
qutested tIhe two comnpanions to withu
draw, and she locked the door after
they went out, leaving lir alone with
the suflfering womanl. Iln a few min
tes the door was unlbockedl, and a taull
anld anguhar woman stepped sp)ryly
ouft in place of thue r'otund, slow-go Ing
wonan that had entered. On the floor
lay twvelve yar'ds of' cloth, thait ex
plained the elhange in lher' appearance.
Murs. Ferris had unrolled It fnm heor
waist-Y. Y. Bun.
A s Co'roN 18 K1xG in commerce, so
thle Liver Is klug it\ the human sye
tenm. We enuot live ini an~y peace
with this greoat organ diseased. To
keel) It in conditlin to perfoerm its
Ibuetionse, use Dr. Gilder's Liver P11s.
Thley are sold by all drugglsts and
Counltry meruchiants. -Yor sale 'by Dr.
W. E. Alken. t20
A ROON TO 1irA nnxED 1VR.V.
tn Iugofntdus Invention Which Saves Maly
Miraculous Inventimns are the -order
)f the day. Even Edison has been
aurpassed by a genius who has Invent
d what, Is calle;d a; "Married Man's
tidicator." It is it wonderfully sentsi
ive arrangeinent of t he ordinary ther
noneter in" convenient pocket size,
mid is graded to .t scale of Cabalistic
narks, which shows the exact state of
he a-tinosphere at any hour of the
light. 'I'le hard worked and belated
imisbinld arrives at h1o1ne, say at mid
light. Ile lakes out his "Indicator."
lirusts it in (lie keyhole and leaves it
here a few seconds. PuIlinir it out
iuickly, he scaus the dial by iTe m.oon
ight's tit(ful glaminig. It marks "S.
\." (sound asleep) t.he poor husband
mills oil' his boots noiselessly, uses his
light key wit Iiihated breathi, gives the
loor a quick shove to keep it i:otif
reakiiig, steals trelnblingly to bed,
mid( when his dear little wiie wakes
ip atbolt two .seconds afterward and
van(s to know how long Ie has been
ole, he is so son 1(d tisleep that Ga
)t'ieI'x trupil)et coutldn't wake him.
"If' the ''indicator'' scores "A. A.
B. 1. I). K. W. 'T'." (awake, awful
;ross, but does not know what time it
s) the husband puts a few weore grains
if cofe in his nouti; opens the door
)oldly; walks in with a slam-banr
ir; lits his foot intentionally against
h chair; wants to know why the devil
he chairs ain't. kept out of the way;
rets desperately mad on general pri'n
:iples; scalrs is wi t clear out of her
Tros81CSS an1id intenided C:rtaiil-lec
ure; refuses to let her tet i) an(
;trike a match-never did like a light
it. nigtt, nohlow; reimlarl.s gruffly in
'sp)onise to t limid query that ''it's
ibout. tweut.y-five minutes aftar ten."
mad then tu ito) 1)4 bed in such an ap
)arently awful state of mind that the
xitie of his bosom is afraid to speak to
liu-at which he is very sad, of
'T'here are numerous other marks on
lie in(ticator showing just where it
xill do to "play ti' lodge dodge" or
l "si k friend;" or "been standing
m the c.wner talking with so-and-so
for more than an hour;" or "geleral
r honorable this or that from you
know where, was in town, iad had to
o away on the two o'clock train, and
he insisted so strongly that, the whole
)arty stayed up to see him oil', although
it. was a great. bore, we only did it
But the iost awful of all the cabalis
lic signs on the dial is the one on the
lop, about. two marks above boiling
point. When (lie weary husband
romle home about four a. mu., from the
direction of'tle butcher shop, with a
roll of meat held high in the air, so
that everybody lie ihlsses cannot fail
to see it, and sticks the ''indicator" in
ie keyhvle, he is almost too weak tc
draw it out. With hair on end he
reads it by the fiint light streaming in
upol him from the eastern hills; and
sweat. breaks out on his noble brow in
drops as large as walnuts, as he seF
the bulb of the indicator jammed
smack up against R11. II. S. 11. W. F.
Y. J. .. T." (redhot and still a heating
amid waiting for you just inside the
door). The inventor of the instru
mlent says that when this terrible mis
tortune overtakes a man he feels that
there is nothing left in this life wortl
living for, and appreciates the fill]
force of (hose beautiful lines:
"This worl<i is nul a aceting show,
For' mll 's densiion given."
Hie sljigs the meat out inuto tihe yard
and1( braices himse5lf for the cominim
tray, but sa's niothiing for nothinig cam
he said. lie lie ever so giftedl a liar,
his accomllishmnent is more than valii
iueless.INo lodge, 110 sick friend, inc
talking oii the corner. no0 sitting up tc
see (lie genienil off, no0 sweaurimng thai
he will never' (10 it again--in fact no ih
ing will av~il. It is an absolutelv ini
defensible ease. Hie is caught in'fla.
/runt?ie delicto. Even.the ghostly gaic
ty wit hi which, two hours p)reviousR, h<
had said to the boys that lie "guessec
he'd see it out now-might as well bi
killed for a sheep as a lamb"-Iiad ail
vanished. The indientor havinig tok
hinm the exact 'situation of things h<
knows just wh'lat to (10, and that ii
mothing, but to get into bed at oneC<
and1( to wrap the dlrap)ery of his conel
aibouit huimi, pull the pillowv over his
ears, and( wvait for his wife's breath t<
give out. It's awful wvhile it last.e, bul
it has.its hise In relieving the unfortu.
nate husband's muilnd of p)art of' its
Tlhie Iidientor is a grecat iniventin
and nio famiily should b~e withiout one
[or sale at all stores . where they are
kept. - '
TH E PROPOsE~D BANKRUPT LAW.
Mr. Ilutehlus, a D)emnocratic membe1
of (tie Ilouse of lleiwesentatives, hai
introdluced a volumimois bankrupt bill
mnaking one hundred p)ages. 1t pro
v'Ides that the District Courts of thi
United States shall be constitute<
courts of bankrup~teles, and shall havy
original juirisdict ion, in thQir own dis
trict, in all matters and proceedilngs il
banikruptey. Th'leir jurt sdiction is t<
ex teind to all controversies betweei
bankrupts and their creditors, to thi
collection of.all the assets of bankrupts
to the ascertainmient and 119gnidatloi
of the lIens and other speCifie lien
thereon, to the adjustnuent of the va
rious prIorities and conflicting Inter
ests of all parties, to the marshaling
and disposi tioni of thie different fund
and assets so as to secure the rights e
all p)arties and due dIstribuatIon of.th
assets among all the creditors, andt
all acts, matters and things to be0 don,
under and In virtue of the bankrupte
until thie final dIstribution amid settle
ment of the estate of the bankrupt an<
thie close o'f the proceedilngs in banki
TImE NEwsPAPER1 OF TO-DAY.-Th
mOelrni lewspaper is altogeth1et a dlj
feront soi't of thinug from the newsps
per of omily a few yeairs' agQ. Cori
t.rastimg the dIfference between then
the Louisville Courier-Journal says
"The locomotive and . the telegrap
made many revolutionls, but none1 a
great as that in Jlournalism. 'A hand
press amid a huddle of old type wver
no longer' suffienmt to set 'one up I
busimness who had failed ini all elsi
Cheap postage obtained. Then apoi
ular thirst for news. Ultimatl
popular diemanid that facts .should b
given on wvhich readers might form Ir
telligent opinions of their own. Jobi
nalism beeame a profession; the* at
and practice of jouirnalismn a seece
the journialist an emancipated- being
Iustead ot'a puffing maobine-an ,olh
-a worthless stipendlary on Its prt
-the newspaper has a, ndlependenm
commnereji Oxistenceq, anid Is-looked I
b)y thousands of read ers with .resped
procportio)m.etoh stronti 41 nd dot
eisteney of Its opInion, Itp riuAtWOrtil
ness and Its si! ert~"~*
11Ow Mui.us CAMP INTO FASII(ON.
Vow of the irmiers of this cduntry are
aware Whttt a depth of gratitude they
owe Geurgo Washington for 1.he intro
duction of mules into guneral use for
fdrm. purpose$. .
Prvioune .to 1783 there were very
feiv, and .th9e of such an Inferior or
der as to prenjudice, farmers against
them as unfit to compote with horses In
work upon the road or farni. Conse
t uently there were no Jacks aid n1o
disposition to increase the stock ; but
Washington -became convinced that
the introdiuction of tnuies generally
among Southern Planters would prove
to them a great blessing, as they are
less liable to disease, antl longer-lived,
and work upon shorter t'ed, and are
muclg less liable to be injured than
horses by careless servants. As soon
as it became known abroad that the
illustrious' Washington desired to
stock his Mounlt Vernon estate with
mules, the King of'Spain sent hiu ajack
and two ienunets from the royal stables.
and Ilitfayette sent another jack and
Sjennets from (he island o'Ma'lta. The
first was of gray color, sixteen hanids
high, heavily built aml of sluggish na
taare. Iie was naied the Roval Gift.
The other was called the Knight of
Malta ; he was about as high, lithe and
fiery, even to ferocity. 't he two sets
of animals gave him the most favora
ble Opportunitv of making 'improve.
nents by cross-breeding, the result of
Which was the ' favorite Compound,
because hte betook of the best. points in
both origina'.s. The General bred his
brooded mares to these jacks, even
taking those from his fiunily coach for
that purpose, aiid prodIcedt such sau
p,crb mules that. the country was all
agog to breed some of the sort, and
they soon became quite comnon.
''liis was tho origin of improved nules
in the United States, and though over
seventy years ato there are now sotne
o' the third ant' fourth generations of
(night of Malta and Royal Gift. to be
found in Virginia, and the great bene.
fits arising from their introduction to
this country are to be seen upon every
cultivated acre In the Southern States.
-1Woodford (Ky.) Sun.
* ATTENTION Y G. L. I.
\&SSEMiIBLE at Thespian Hall thu
~ (Tuesdlay) evening, at 8 o'clock,
with arms anA fatigue equipments, fo
drill. A full attendance is deired, as ne
squads will be formed,
J. H. CUMMINGS,
apl 28 ' 1st Ser;;t.
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
WINNSBORO NATIONAL BANK
%TINNSBORO. in the Stat t of soutli
Carolina, at the close of bu.siness
April 2.1rd, 188.
Loans and discounte, $81,580 4:
Overdrafts, 371 21
U.S. Bonds to seouro circulation, 75,000 tK
Due from approved reserve
agents, 7,189 Of
Due from other Natidnal Banks, 2,243 7
Read estate, furniture and fix
tures, .t 1,453 4t
Current expenses and taxes paid, 1,343 01
Bills of other Banks, 2,300 0(
Fractional Currency (including
nickels), 42 71
Specie (including gold Treasu
Sry certinicates), 3,222 4?
Legal ten<1er notes, . 5,000J Li
Redempti.on fund with U. B.
Treasurer (3% of circulation), 2,7750
Capital stock paid In, $75,000 0
Surplus fund' 4.080 0
Undivided pronte 0,976 7
National Bank notes outstand
ing, .66,900 0
Dividends unpaid 15 0
Indiviual deoposita subject to
-check, 27,690 7
Due to other National Banks, 1,978 8
Total,' -*182,521 9
STATE OF SOUTH CJAROLINA,
County of Fairfield, as:r
I, T. K. ELLIOTT, Cashier of the abov
named bank, do solemnly swear that thi
ab)ove statement is true to the bust of mn
knouledge and belief.
T. K ELLIOTT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thi
26th day of April, 1880.
WM. N. CHAwnDLn, Notary Publie.
G. H, MoMAST ED,
D. R.FLENIKEN Diretors.
A.nice assortment of TOILET SOAPEI
Another supply of SEA FOAM YEAS
3 For sale at the Drug store of
- April 24 W. EAIKEN.
SA large lot of choice Cologne, Ex
-Tilet, Soap,Toilet Waters,
oiletPowder, &c., &c., CHEAI
* JueTr REOEIVED BY
MoMASTER, B3RICE & CO.
COUGII MEDICINVES? Z
Allen's 2tutg Balsam, Tutt's Expec
torant, Ayer's Pectoral, Bos-.
chee'scGermann byrup, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrnp,
-. Brown's Comnpoundl
- of Tar and WVild
Balsam for the Lungs,
a Uegemahi's Tolui and Liver-.
a vort Epetorant, Wild Ob erry
.Pectoral Wine, Brown's Mixtur
-Harter's LugBalsam, McLane's
a Catafvh Snuff, McMaster &
0 .l3rice's Catarrh Snut,
Chlorate o~f Potah Lozenges,
~,Brown's Bronchial Trocheos,
Ely's Car bolio Troohees,
Mcan' Lung .Healing Globttle
oMIS'iB B1IE& 0.
i ON THE POTOMAC.
The War Over! Peace Deetared
Both. Sides Victorious.
PIANO BLOCKADE RAISED
The long strike and lockout it
New York Piano factories ended
All factories open. 5,000 locked oul
workmen again t work. A new pi.
ano turned out every ten minutes
Workmen happy. Purchasers wh<
wanted pianos and couldn't get then
also happy. We have had a sor,
ry time for the past twQ months t<
furnish pianos to impatient purcha&,
ers who wouldn't understand that pi.
anos had to be made before beinE
delivered, and it has worried ui
much 1y, but the "winter of our dis
content" is now over, and we are
ALL RIGHT NOW
Back orders will be filled in shor
metre, and new ones by lightning
express. Our stock now on hand il
very lrge, and it is only certm'ii
" styles that we have been short of
These are "coming," coming," 800,
000 more and den't you forget it
Best of all, read this :
Present Prices Guaranteed I
Having made nev contracts witl
leading manufacturers, which hol
good until July 1 next, we engage ti
fill all orders received by that dat
at our pr3sent prices. Come what
will we shall not raise prices agail
until fall trade opens and fall price
are established. We have advance
retail prices but a small per cent
notwithstanding the large advanc
in wholesale cost, and our presen
prices are still extremely low.
BUYEAS Can Never Buy OHIAPJ
And they will lose time and mone,
by waiting. We have special bar
gains to offer cash buyers. Now in
strumeuts, new styles, nei
prices, new terms. Send fo
Catalogues and Descriptive Illus
trated Price Lists, giving full infor
LUDDEN & BATES
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealeri
1880s SPRINts 1880
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
) Announce the receipt of a large.a
sortment of Spring Goods in the
7 ver' latest desigis and Nov
3 eit ies, n nd thecy offer the
-- following goods as
in the 'Jioro.,
e Wool Bunting in all desirable shadel
e French Bunting in Black and Navy Blue
v the handsemest ever brought to this mal
ket. A beautiful line of
H AMBURG EDGINGS
In entirely new design., with Ineri
ings to muatch.
Just opened and ready for inupectioa
Call and see.
Of all kinds and of the' best qualil
I' at the lowest possible figures. Call earl
A large stock of Gent.' Furnishir
Goods for the Spring trade. Call and 1
We would eall the attention of the pul
lie to our large stock of Ladies', Genti
Misses' an d Chill ren's Shoes, which i
are now disposing of at a remarkably lo
price. Give us a call before you ps
ebase elsewhere, as we feel satisSed1
can suit you in quality, style and prie
TRUNKS AND VAISES.
We will sell our large stoek of Trun11
Valises, Bailroad Bags and Satchels etco
prices, although they hare advanced fn
ly 26 per eeht.
AN EARLY CALL
Will repay ladies, We ask you only
come to see our stocek and tohear tl
prices, and if y6u do not.find it to yo1
advanta.ge to buy, we will not ask. yob
IF. L ANDEC[ER & Die.
.BUY THE BESt'!
ADE/Misses' and infant' S
s, Shoes. made bySloh Srothers,
Piljadelphia. Oe "Std'tandas
S'lrewed he,m0 by the .5
Stat. Shoe aniLath~ 30.,,
deIties at t Ooetore,
%JUST RECEIVED 10 Pieces of Lace Buntings in all the new and do
sirable shades. *
Four Pieces Lul+in's Bkgk"CAshmeres, light weight-for Spring and Sum
mer, far below their actual value.
Ten Pieces Lattice Lawns, something.new.
One Piece Machine Tucking at SQonts per yard, wort ' 75 cents.
One Piece Hudson Jaconet Tucking at 90 cents per ard, worth $1.25
Another.lot of flee Marseilles Spreads at $2.00.
Twenty..ilve Dozen Turkey-Red Doilies at 75 cents a job-warranted fast
Fifteen Pieces Swiss Musline, commencing as low as 10 cents per yard
up to something at 25, 80 and 85 centp.
Two Pieces India Mull Muslin to close out at 25 cents, worth 50 cents;
In Gdipure Bands and Irish .Laces. Ties, Gloves, Crepe Lace Rnching
and buttons in all the new designs.
Another Lot of beautiful Chromos just received and to be sold lower
' than ever.%
ie L. pY1NAUGH,
The Acknowledged Leader of Low Priees.
OUR"FRI"ENDS AND CUSTOMERS
WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
WE-HAVE REMOVED .
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE
AMONG THE BE3T IN THE STATE,
e TO THE STORE ROOM IN REAR OF OUR
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
All Goods Guaraut43ed
apl 17 SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL,
SeconM Arrival of Dress Goods
r -AT THE NEW STORE.
AV$ Received a ln line of New and Stylish DRESS lOODS, Droatols, in Heltotrepe and
j1 lc..cru " Metellu t;ultinge, Lace liuntinge. in all shutdei; Fronehi Runtinge, Birecadcs, Taffeta
otha, DeL.aines; new tyls in Japanese no 1km, and Hert,tord Silk Suitings.
9 - ALSO,
A beautiful line of LAWNS, PIQUES, Muslins, Edgings and Trimmings.
GENTS' IURNIING GOODS. Agents for Celebrated- Eigbrle Sbirt. Gent's, Youths and
Childrent's Felt and Straw HIATO. Genta' Casslazerce.
andIies WRENCH KID BUTTN BOT. I.adies' ELd Newport Ties. Gents' Southern TIes
Wr Special attention giveui to orders by eat1.'
DERSPORT ES & EDMUNDS....
feb 50- . - CoLUMBIIA 8. Cr
G8R A ND O PE N ING
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLIkbfF Y
- (100DB are now open and reaidy for inspectiom, and ladies will do well
U to call and see the best selected and largest stock of Millinery ever
brought to this market.
Domestics, Straw and Chip Goods, French Pattern Hats,
. Calicoes. Feathers, Laces, Nets, Lawns, Muslin.
White and Colored Piques, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corusets. Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets Ruching,
Belt., Linen and Lace Collars, Fichus, Ties -and everything generally
found in a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy-Goods and Millinery Establish
nient. You can get all you want as reasonbyasangodcnheogh
anywhere. Always on hand a' nbyasaegod abeouh
y Of Shoes for Men, Ladies and Children. Men's and Boys' Hats. All kinds
r- of Family and Plantation Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, &c., &c. ..
Another large lot of the. popular new Davsis Sewing Machines. ery
family should have one. No one should be without it. CaHi and see the
range of work it will do. 1 sell it on its own meriis.
aprIl 1l J. O. BOAG.
F.1LDEB & CO.
5. EPCFLYbeg leave to inform the citizens of Wlnnsboro and
Iisurrounding country that they are now in receipt of their $pring azi4
T. DRY GOODS-'IN ABUl4rDAoB E.~ 1
CLOtBING FOR EVYBODY.
STRAW AN~D FELT HATS..
8HOE~S FOR.MEN, ,LADIES AND CHILDREN.
- NOTZO1NS IN'PROFUSION.
. JEANS, .
to 0,0TTOI5ADES .,)
-AND'L1ERN DUCES. . '
-i A U ou ods ar fresh, new and p1'ity,,W.wl take plav,I