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TOWN AND COUNTY,
TUESDAY, blay 11, : : : 1880,
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Winnsboro, S. C.
Fresh Arrivals-Desportes & Ed.
Towi Ordin-mues-E. S. Chandler,
Clerk of Connall.
Fresh arrivals-J. Clendinig.
During the first week the tax booke
were open, the treasurer issued three
tax receipts. No great alacrity on the
part of the peoplo to get rid of their
FimEsn AtHmvA.s.-Nathans Bros.'
Old Cabinet Rye, 1863, Old Roanoke
Whiskey, 1860. Also, Rotterdam Brai
dy. Cold H1am for lunch every day
from 11 to 1 o'clock at J. Clendining's.
Captain Gaillard says that the mad
dog on Tuesday did not go into his
kitchen, aml he did not itre at it. The
dog trotted quietly through his yard,
and he saw it after it had passed be
Capt. R. S. Desportes has resigned
the command of the IIntnpton Rifle
Guard, owing to the pressure of busi
ness engagements. The successful or
ganization of this company was large
due to Capt. Desportes' zealous and
constant efforts, and the corps will
greatly feel his loss. The vacancy will
be filled by an election, which we pre
snme will be held soon.
Read the new advertisemenut of
AMessrs. Desportes & Edmunds, of Co
lumbia. They have just received a
ull line of lawns and other dressgoods,
together with ribbons and necessary
trimmings. In addition they keep al
ways in stock a full-assortment of dry
goods, faneyg9ods, boots, shoes and
hats.' Tiey naike a speciality of f'nd
Mr. G. C. Bacot has brought to this
office a cotton stalk consisting of a
stump) of several iI)ches, -of last year's
growvth, aVid from it at sprig of fresh
wood, about three -inohes long,' With
fully matured leaves and several
"forms." Tiis' stalk; and several
others that have sprouted again were
on the northern edge of a Aleld adjoin
ing a forest, and the trees may have
sheltered (hem. A number of peCrsons
say they have heard of a cotton stalk
livinug through the winter but had nuev
er seen it before.
A LmmTR IY T1(EAr.-Miss 'd, Comabs
Wood, the p'opuir elocutioni., -will
give a number of readigs and1( reia
tions in the Court IIouse on Friday
evening next, half of the proceeds of
the entertain nt to be givcn to thec
Presbyterian Church. Miss Wood has
been agivihag Slessons - in elocution in
Winnsbor*o, which show her thorough
acquaintance with the principles and
rules of that art, besides having a well
cultivated .nd flexible voide,adpes
ingdekei'.She conmes highly re
commended fromt persons elsewhere.
It Is to be hoped that there will be a
largegattmdance both of grownf per
sons and children, as the entertaiment
is varied in its nature, "from . grave to
gay, from lively to severe." Admis
sion for adults 25 cents, for children 10
. RTE8 PROM BENEX.
A Colored Child Burned to Deatlr.-Tb
Coolest of the Cool--Crops and Marbles.
MoNrICELL.0, May 7.-The weather
Is flue, news is scarce and "dots" must
*be few. Oats is flourishing, corn is
promising, cotton is being "sided."
Rust in the wheat, but as yet donflned
to the black. I expect at a f\tture
time to give you a "big dot" about
that oats patch of Mr. J.?K. Davis. It
Is said a mad dog passed through the
village last night. I have not heard
that he bit any animal there. A little
negro was burned~ to death a few days
ago on the Vance place (new 'ground.)
Its mother went.for water and left it
to make a fire. Upon her return she
-found It In the yard so badly burned
-that It died In a few hours.
We have a photograph gallery, and
Ir. Ed. J. Rabb, with his camera, Is
kept busy taking the faces . t' the juve
Last week on a hot day I, witnessed
a cool sight, to wit: a darkey coming
* out of the field at 12 o'clock, midday,
with an umbrella ove' him. iIe was
riding blit did not have a saddle, his
animal had on a blind bridle and a
shuck collar around his neck. I came
'to the'conclusion that he liked con
_trast, eun,in the field and shade on the
roost. It Is said "there is nothing new
under the sun,'' but a "colored gentle
man" coming oiit of the field riding a
"sweaty creeter" with an umbrella
-wide spread over him is something
cool if not'"new trnder' the sun."
I cannot tell you nything this week
- about big storm. (~ afs big~ raius.
Blut there Is 9o b 6*rk ging on
In the del4* an4 noie bimarble
playing arl'l In by
. ~ - SEf *ex
DOTS Flcoxf a IAf.
Waced up by i Stean F ,gine--The Dlai
flkhmieito of a Mluckberry Fic-A Thir
A hghMay7.Inroading yourvy
Uable pA por' I hear from every sec(l,
of tlhe3 county except our (uilet lit
community. .And not -scing at
thing about our humble selves I
proIptedi a short article. Wo
J,not greatly excited over mad do
as our friends in the Boro scom to 1
but will keep a shar) cy out for th(
inever(leless. lon pa'nsat, would
not be advisable for your town coti
cil to issue an ordinance against (
whole canino race, declaring death
thoso who have the temerity to y
ambulate the streets to the terror
he people in general and straingers
We are not altogether asleepl h<
Politically or otherwise, but are ki<
Ing like mad. We are going to live
flame houses this year, and we wo
bring the lumber from the pin
woods either. Our worthy citizen,
B. Pettigr6w, has a )owerfuil str
engine to which he has just attached
saw imill. When the whistle blew t
other morning and shook the groti
for a hundred yards around, it se
ously endangered the security of ;
the-two-story dwellings in the comm
nity. If overybody does4n't live
frame houses, it won't be G. 13. P
From "Senex's"account, any canll(
date approaching Alonticello befr
thle crops aire laid b)y will mneet with:
Monticello whipping from the ihrmel
I am a farmer myself, Messrs. Editot
and I never fail to have time to takt
drink with a candidate and poillt o
the residence of the next voter.
coincide with the StateExecutive Cot
mnittec in calling for the convention
June. All the candidates should coin
around by blackberry time by i
rcans. We know that the candidat
bijoy toothsome articles like the re
of us poor sinners, and what's bett
than a good blackberry pie, a cc
drink of water and a shady tree t
balance of the afternoon? As
waitingir till the crops are laid by, v
are all looking forward to the a
Proachilig campaign and anticipatii
a lively canvass, but nipping uts ill t
bud in this way has greatly disappoii
ed us. Don't mind those MoN !eel
fellows. They are a mighty loqi
cious set, but a pretty clever set wI
it all. It is true beef, sheep, mutt(
and goat are splendid in their seaso
but I have beein on the stump inse
and speak fiom experience when I s
thAt strong beef and tongh goat a
nowhere, compared With lblackber
pic and its usual campaign auxiliaric
And when the candidate begins to e
patiate on the coming election in I
usual bland and serene manner, ti
Pies will follow each other with wo
de'rful celerity. From the way 12
chickens arc growing they scemi
anticipate air early and lively cai
pamign. Tj~he old lady asked me t2
other mnorn1ings ''whien was canudidat<
time." I asked her ''why." She sa
because wvhenever one caine I. w
moved by some1 unseen (?) stimnul
~to go to tihe spring immeiately, c
wood and p)roeed to make things
comfortable as possible. J. G. II.
--"The grass is turning g:j.,"f wy
the observnt remark of a young mn
escorting a pretty damsel across t
cotmm, and the saucy mliss repli
"that he had got ahead of tihe grass
at number of days."
-The city of St. Augusline isenti,
ly free fronm debt. T1hie last of the 0i
staniding~ scrip has been cancelled, aln
their is $2,000 in the treosury..
An Ordinance to Prevent the Carryi
of Deadly Weapons.
BE IT ENACTED AND ORDAINED 1
..)the Intendaat and Wardens of 12
Town of Windsboro, 8. -C., in Coun,
I. That hereafter it shall not be lawf
for any person- to. carry concealed abo
his person, within the corporato limits
the said Town, any pistol, dirk, dir
knife, bowie-knife, razor, sling-sh<
other deadly weapon.
II. That any one violating this Orc
nanee, shall be arrested by tihe pollee at
committed to the guard -heitse, unlc
go.od bail, in the sum of fifty dol lars,
~giVeh. to secure his appearance before t
tlie Town Council for trial when sui
III. That any one violating this Or<
nanec, shall, upon conviction thereof,
fined not exoceing fifty dollars, or be l:
prisoned in tile county jail for a termi u
exceeding ten days.
Done in Council, this the 7th day
May, eighteen hundred and eighty, wi
the corporate seal of saisI Town affixed.
Atet JAB. A. BRICE,
E. S. CHANDL~ER, Itnat
An Ordinance to Prevent the Frighte
ing of Horses.
I. That from and after the passage
this Ordinance, itshall not be lawful.f
any person to fly any kite, play any gar
ef foot ball, or engage in any other gar
calculated to frighten hlorses, on t
streets of said Town known as 'Congr<
street or WVashington street.
II. That aay person violating this C
dinaneo, shall, upon conviction there<
be fined in a sum not exceeding ten dm
Done In Council, this 7th day of Ma
eighteen hundred and eighty, and wi
the corporate seal of said Town affixed.
JA8. A. BitIOE',
E. S. CHANDLEor.
An Ordinance to Protect the Citize:
frdm Mfad Dogs.
.I. That.on and after the 8th day
Mtay, 1880, all dogs found on tihe stret
of said Town not muzzled with a wire
ether secure muzzle, shall'
killed by the police.
- IIv That-Iiee-iing out this Ordilnan
the police may call to their assistan
any person or persons.
- Done in Council this 7th day of Ma
eighteen hundred and eighty, and wi
the corporate seal of said Tow.n affixed.
JAB. A. BRIUEZ
A. s. on.AwrNLE,
kd. ATRANS BROS.' Old Cabinet Iye
11y N 1863, Chd Roanoke Whbisk(,y, 18611
Also, Rotterdtam Br-indy. Cold lIam fox
lun1h1 front 11 to 1 o'elock every da% at
may 10 J. ( LEN)INNG'S.
oil - -
do OILS, OILS.
,. EAS-F Oi, Liseed Oil
Olive Oil, CaItor Oil (Cohl
e,v PressedM1).CaIStor Oil (comiion), (7r
M- Liver Oil-pure, scot!'s Emu1111sion
it 0as(or Oil, Emitlsionl, read) for use. ii
[1- sm11all bottles.
lie For sale at the Drtig Store of
W . E. AliKEN,
to Imay G
W E BEG LEAVE to inform omr
a customers and the public generally
,d that we have purchased from Messrs
ill McMASTER BRICE & CO. their
; entire stock of
HARDW AR E,
s, And that we will always keep on
hand a FULL AND SELECTE]
I STOCK. All we ask is a trial, and
n you will find our stock and prices tc
st J. F. McMASTER & CO.
ol nmy 6
le 81IAVING SALOON.
V lE undorsigned bogs leave to inform
- his cuntoiers and the public gener
p- ally that he is prepared to give satisfac
tion to all who may favor him with their
t- 1' . 1IUTCHESON
lo will ;have you with facility-entting
* dyeing and dressing in the latest anl
IMost approved stylt-, with
J. Mf. McCALL
At the Champion BarberShop and Sham
n, pooing ,8aloon, Winusboro, S. C.
If, nov 15
s. pWOcar loads ilne White Corn,
wo car loads Fodder, Hay adlid
e Will find it to their interest to call
to onc before thiey iike their puirchas
es. JNO.'D. McCAR.LEY,
iC EW Ini the store south of Sugcnheimn
s' er & Groescel's Clothing Store.
( mehi 16--3m
Lit To Provent the Sale of Liquors on
p IlT 'NAC'TED na ordained by the
SIteondant and WYardenus of tho 'i'own
asot' Winnsboro, in Council miet:
That if afe the passage of this Ordi..
nance aniy person shalldeliver to any oth-.
*-r person any sp'iritulous or malt liquors,
for any past, present or futuro considcra
7Y tion. between the hours of twelve o'clock
on Saturday night and twclvo o'clock on
Sunday night, at any place within thec
e- corporate limits of the said Town of
t.. Winnsboro, the person, so offending shall
1( be liable to a fine of fifty dollars; or to
teo. days' imprisonment in the county jail
- f) Fairfteld County,
- Done in Council, this the 30th (lay of
April, eighteen hundred and eighty, and
with the corporate seal of said Town af.
fixed. JAS. A. BIRICE,
Seal. E. S. CILNDLER.
may 4 Clerk.
ii AN ORDINANCE
ut To.i Impose an Annual Tax Upon Cer
of tain Business Therein ME ntionDCd.
E TENACTED and ordained b' the
B Intendlant and Wardons o the
Town of Winnsboro, 5. C., in Concil
. met, and by the authority of the same:
d I That all lecturers, traveling theatri
cal companies, concerts or musical entar
atainments, or exhibitors of curiosities o1
0any kind, except for charitable purposes,
w ho may lecture or exhibit withinl' the
"corporate limits of the Town of Winns
bore, shall pay an annual tax of one hun
H. Thall .all peddlers, or vendors of
tsoaps, medicines, gods, wares, or mer
ot chandise of any kind, net the products or
manufacture of this State, or by a citizen
of resident in this State, who, shall tuffor their
hwares for sale within the corporate limits
of the theo Town of Winnsboro, shall pay
an annual -tax of one hundred dollars.
I[L That all gift enterprises, itinerant
lightning rod dealers, itinerant physicians,
surgeons, chiropodista, or any so-called
m.. professor of theo medical or surgical art,
who shall carry on their business within
the corporate limits of the Town of
of Winnaboro, shall pay an annual tax of
r two hundred dollars.
se IV. That any person engaged in any
1e business above enumerated, who shall
'ie desire to carry on the sajuo within the
ss corporate limits of the Town of Winns
bore, for a porlod less than a year, shall
r- pay such less sum than thle antnal tax
f, above imposed on any such business so
1- desired to be carried on, as miay be
agreed upon between such person and
, the Intendant of.said Town.
h Done in Council, this the 30th day of
April, eight,een hundred and eighy, and
with the corporate seal of said Town af
fixed. JA8. A. BRICE,
Attest: E. S. CHAN.DLER,
may 4 .Clerk.
yea1 0 ii r"or$*10 $*,0. da
t me. doa well as men.,I any make more
3r han the amount stated above. No one can fait
e o make m~oney fast. Any one.can do t,he work.
Yo a ake from 50 ets. to $9 an houra b de
voting your ey nige and spare time tothe
se busint8 N6lg Uko it for money making
30 ever ofrdefro. Business pleasant an
strictl honorable. Reader, if yu want to
.knowa about the best payig b1 ssibfor
p', the pub i0 snd usyourp4rs tidwwil
h sen you ulpatculars and prV. to trms
free, sanIie h also freei o ca then
I--y yf oii subscription.
FIRE INSURANCE AUENCY
JA3ESI W. CAW.
7o the -Publie:
Why not iinre your property? See
the cost of a per lien expenme:
-. Daily cost of insurinig $1,000 tat 3 per .
I vent per annum in only 81 cosits.
At. 24 per colt. per annum ig only 7 c.
At 1 per cent. por annum is ily 4 o. I
At I per cent. per annum i only 2 c. I
At per cent. per anum is only 2 u.
At por cent. for 3 yoars im only 1.88
At I A per cent. for 3 yoars is ony 1.35 c.
At 11 pero ot. I'or 6 year im only O.F8 0.
At. 2 per vent.. for 5 years im only I.1 e. C
Uvvellingm in town or countrv, detaoh- f
ed, insurablo at the following ratl, vi,.
For one year I per cent.
For three fcar 14 per cent..
For five years 'I- per cent. -
barins and contents, gin hoIes, baled
cotton, torfi)houes. nierbchandi8o, iills
and chiurchcs iisurablent. adedolate ratos.
I represent only the very hest comnpa- 1
niem of long experience and well establish- _
JAMES W. LAW, i
110W WATCiES ARE MADE.
It will bc appareit i.o any otne, wIho will ex
anino a 81.11 (1o1, W4-rin. that aside from "
(te necessary thickness for engraving ant 0
polishing. t large proporlion of the preclous
Ilit,lI used, Is neeoed only'to st Iffen ,: nd hold
the engraved prtlisons In plco, and suply the ...
n cesary solidity wim1istrength. Tihe surplus
goild is acetualt;y needless so-fa r ats t'ri rrry and1
beauyv are concerned. In JAMIC8 11088' PAT.
ENT (101.1) VAT'Ii CASES, this WASTE Of pre- 0
clous metallisovercomne, and the BANI Oi.IDIry 0
AND STIIXNGTII produced at, from One-third to ,
onle-h1aIf of tihe U31sual cost of Solid cases. ThkS
process is of the most, simple nature, as fol- 0
lows: a plate of nickel composillon metal, P
specially adapted to the purpose, has two plaites '
of SOLID GOLD soldered one. on each side. T
three are then passed betwevin polished steel
rolleri, and the re.mit is a strip of hietvy plated
composition. from which the caso.s, backs, cen- P
tres, bezzle-s, &c,. arc ctt and shape: by siuil- 0
le (lies and formers. The gold in these I.ases at
is sMniciently thick to admit, of all kinds of ti
chAsing, engraving and enaimeling; the en
graved cases have been carried uint i worn per
fectly smooth by tine and use without remov.
lg t he gold.
THlls IS Til ONLY CASE MADE wITH TWO
PLATES 01 801L11) GOLD, AND WAiMANTEI1
BY SPECIA l CERITIlFICATH.
For sale by Connor & Chandler and C. Muller. J)
Ask for Illustrated Catalugue and to see war- N
rant. mcIh li-txly
A large lot of choico Cologne, Ex
tracLa, Soap,Toilet Waters, S
Toilet Powder, &c., &c., CHEAP. ol
JUST RECEIVED BY 91
MOMASTER, BRICE & CO.
COUGH MEDICINIES!! L
Allen's Lung Balsam, uTh!'s E.xpec- f
torant, Ayer's Pectoral,- Bos
chee's German byrup, Dr.,
Bull's Cough - Syrup,
of Tar and Wild
Preserver, Hal l's
Balsam for the Lungs,
Hegeiman's Tolu and Livers.
wort Expectorant, Wild Cherry
Pectoral Winea, B3rown's Mixture,
Har ter's Lung Balsam, McLane's
Catarrht Snnfl, McMlaster &
B3rice's Cata.rrh SnuffE
Chlorate of Potas~h Lozenges,
Brown's Bronchial Trochoes,
Eley's Carbolic Trochecs,
MdTLano's Lung Healing Globulos.
Fon SALE BY
MoMASTER, .BRICE & CO.'*
E..AT$ and SF3CQEIS,
GROCERIES, &C., &C., &O., &C.,
Just to hand and for sale at
aprl 9 U. G. DESPORTES. .
TI HIAVE recently made extensive addi.
1.tions to my stock of WVines, and
liquors, which consists of a fulli asitort
ment of Rye Whiskey, Corn WVhiskey.
French Brsndy, Apple Brandy, Poaoh
Brandy, Sherry Wine, Scnppornong Wine,
Ohampagnd, etoa, etc.(1
$t Iolaim'tog'll the EINEST AND b<
PUR EST RYE WHISKEY to be had In n]
Winsboro. Give it a trial.
I also also ke.ep on hand.a fpil supply of
SEGARS AND TOBACCO, y
in great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at the PALvET TO HOU8E, in the
Winnsboro Hotel building.
DR. W. J0.AIKI*W,
Pruga, Medcinee, ''oflet Goods, etc. it
THE WORD I
in workmanship is equal to a Clironomil
cdamn first-1.vcF-ta Piano. It received t
--d Centenniial Expositior . bT 1E\
' other mIachilen. ItH capwcity is unl11imjil
MACHINES sold inl the UniIed 8tates
1other. Th W1LSON MEN1dNG AI
of repuiring WITH OUT PA'TCH1NOr,
- GI T W~I8ON 8EWI
us,reenivedl and to arrivok- in a few
,31tly now gclmls bmilyht beforme flhe re
cont hL v Ildvilnie, wvhichl wN\ -
11 ) old ait the; very O."t vosh poricef; to
onr 1'r-1ndS a11-1rid slomevrs.
r E1ilegant casimieres, Hornan;Ii Dressi
A nlice ussor-111me1n i, ofcalienes, nM11811ns,
Latwim, Dresg Linmis, White (IGonds.
Tbrchoni Laetes. E-gings, l1osikry, 111and..
kerchiot'.Z, Necke aril, ("Inees, &-o,
You vian findl. in I'mil. Dry Gnmds of all
kimds ait tho COUNER. ;TORE."
A a(. prices which w\- giarainto "
plea'ji- or wo do not amk It miale.
Ca11. enrly andI givii our mtockc at t1toroughli
Inlfp.oction1, it( is
Our s.oek f ZeiLrBohrfn heW
and Ra Stat Screed wa
Neve boter andof hos kin we mak IS
handtrioi1 and i mahio iuo ind, feow
Eve th ew chilre andi~ babirs wero re
four them. ~u1ii1Ir,..
Cal onc and l mak a~it.I selin o a
Or levo yur masur or uitk e le te
(Jarlearginsi gini sofrtFol, a Stiul
Each departmto i ov for ok.Cl
Hmem e ! motO UIKSALES
Au ARGE ofZilor ot hoa rn atoe
FInE aSTet Tobacoad Carsaa
THIvR loTY-FIVE o Barrel aljul gr aes
Mi e n Pearh Giiluts, aDndly'. r
Aotsicsi LARGE hlo ndofofreshtCanned
Good and ai ncy GOvi,roris a
CALLtoe INDS ofk ardolen and c
FlowerSeedo, love land Gras
BOTS,n Shoes, hats,Hrwae.
.Ni d nCrockery, Glassware, ode
warh oatn atWiwwred a lDok.ly's.
(GIVE mei~ a c nd go iult a rg i
sMALL W. H. DONLY,
aprl 1 nteCre. N
NOfI NAT IONS.'
"ol COuNTy'Y COm.MISsi0Ni
The frienis C f Mr. JAME.S W. 00LF
TAN respecttully nomintio him for ti
flico i f Comity Commi msioler of Fili.
eld--- subject to the action of the Demti
.essrs. li(ors: Pleese announce MA
I- E. ELLISON, JI., as a candidato fc
horiff of Fairlield Coufi'y, at the ensi
tag eletion--subjet to tho action of th
lemin.iaritic primary. MANY FitiEmm.
The many friends of Mr. JNO. D. AT<
ALEY, recognizing his peouliar fRnei
)r tho offloe, rospeetfully nominate hin
ir Sheriff of Fairfleld Comity-subjet t,
te action of the D-mocratic primary.
FoiR COuNTY .OMMISSIONElE.
Iffs.s. Rlilors: Pl--avo announno MU
OHEIIT D. BOLICK as a Candidate to
ounty Cominitsioner of Fairfifild at th
ailing election-su11bjet to the a1Ctioni
ie Domtocratio primary,
'ORt SCHOOL COMIISS ONE
The friends of DR. JOHN BOYD, ap
reciating the skill, zeal and fideliq
ith Which he has discha1rg0d the dutie
f' School Cnmmisslonr, respect-full
ominate him for re.election-iubject, t
ie action of the Democratic primatrics,
Messrs. 1itors: As nominiations are' i
rder, permit us to present the name o
JL. JNO. B. DAVIS as a candidato fu:
leriff at the onsuing election, subjeet
course, to the action of the Domooratit
rinairies. MANY FilENDR.
FOR JUDUE OF PROBATE.
Messrs. Fillors : Please announce th(
resent incumbent, J. It. Boyles, Judgt
Probate, as a candidate for re-electiol
the ensuing election, subject to the -
on of the Democratic party at the pri
aries. By so doing you will oblige hit
14 MANY P1ENDS.
fessr Editors: Please announce Mir
Preston .ooper aR a candidato for tht
elocratic nomination for shoriff at th
iming election (subject to the decisioi
the primary election) and oblige man;
iends in the
SOUTHWESTERN POnTION OF THE COUNTY
1OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
The fM inc i of Mr. James G. Heron, o
ilem, respectfully nominate him for (th
lico of County CommisHioner at tho en
ting election- -subject to the action o:
te Democratic priuary.
jan 17- td
OR SC.110L COMMISSIONER
The friends of the REV. JAMES DOUG.
A88 respectfully nominate him for th
osition of School Commissioner of Fair
old County at th'e ensuing electiog
ibject to the notion of the Democrati
arty at the primaries.
0 THE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD
HIAVE established a Sale Stable a'
Winnsiboro, and am prepared t<
1stock stock on very accomnmodat
ig terms, either for cash or on timn
iil next fall for negotiable paper)C
cerons wishing to buy or swap wvil
a well to call on me before purchas
I will also pay tihe highest cash prici
CORN AND FODDERl
Delivered at my Staible on Congremt
ureet, located one door south of th(
jan 20A. WILLIFOIID.
01110r & Chaidie!
AVE3 ENLAEQ3D TUZIR STOCE
STERLING SIL VERL
e. PLATED WARE,
Making it, entirely unnecessary fom
eir cnstomers to go outside of' WInnms
>ro for any article in their line. They
edge themselves to give advantage's
ARIETY,QUALITY AND PRICF4
3r7 Extra fine articles which the
arket will not justify in stock, wvili
procured on short notice.
>ARtTIES wishing Cologn~e of any
kind ad at any price, Oan Aind
a il 8 4. EF A EFN.
ClcroWatcl, and as gantJy tuil
lie hiprlrest awaruIx at tho Vien.
ONE-FOUlTH FASTER than
led. Thoreoro r more WILSON
ihan theo combmlled snles of all th)o
'TACHMENT, for doing all kjip,n
given FREE with each maGbino.
EG MACHINE C0
L., U. S. A,
EI E-RAT 0r
S 0UNION G URE
ASS.) NEW-YORK CITY.
HE JOHNSON REVOLVINO BOOK-CASE.
tM.'Ycra, Clcryumeln, Phystglaen,
.Edi'ors, .7unkers, Toachervi
and all who read books.
vic -IIttet. . a flgus totcha -cv<., ad
sta loh atL hights desid-lanch shelf Is 1lahies
are, ho)iling a at of Appletoun's UyPckWIdia.
edo of' Iron, it caumot warp~ or wearot. cauti
1.y ornamentett, making a hnn<daomo and novel
too of furniuture. Sizes for toblo hold 1 or S
vs of booka : sizes forlioor l,old 2, 8. or 4 tiers of
oks4, ns cle.-ired. S5'tid for clusoriptivo price lit.
nd'K>,conitsforntr New Ir.rAIRTIIA'rED CAAI -nWs
fu oe 1k1 i.ilustratiions of Elducaiona. mi
1BAKLER, PRATT & CO0,
tool Furniherg, nnil Deaiers in overythiug In the.
)iook andt Stat lonory line,
B:ADQUAR.TERs FOR ALL.SCHOOl. SUPPLUE8,
142 &14Grand St., New Yor
N1EW me~;i of Family and Flanfa
10 blis, Gamenv Orleans Molasses,
bbi~s. - .hoicco Cuba Syrup, besides other
rackson' becst grades Family Flour.
k lot of Paitent Family Flour-the host
Ull grades, from the highest to the
Peaborry (something -now), RLio and
v-a. Also Pairchod Rio and Java.
Roughut boforo tho advance, and other
ilos too numeorous to mnicrtion. All
id at the lowest possible prices.
.D. It. FIE'NNIIEw.
AnLoTTIE. Cor.UsMuA & AUaUSTA U. it.
OFFIrCE AsRT. 0. PAss. AGENT., .
ConvUMrIA, S. 0., A pril 7.
)N and after A pril 13th, in addition to
1tho Saturday excursion cards, this
mpanay will put on salo at all stations,
oud on ainy daty or train, local oxcursion
keta as follows:
Round trip> tickets from and to all sta-.
us, good >or three days, at three cents
r mile, each way.
Rond irip) tickets, good for ton days,
four cents per mile each way. Hlavoon
a, also at coupon.stations, tiokets to
w York, Philadelphia, Blaltimiore an
ishington, wiath excursion coupons: -
hoville, N. 0., and return, d ath
3 tinuing journey to destinatio, th
trbling passenger at a small cost to g
3 magnifnent scenery in the fanion '
AND oF THE xR." For any of , abov
kots alpy to stat,ion A ns For, it..
mation address -D. 1lAtD WELL,
Asst. G. P. A., Qolumbia, 8,0,