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THEJJ NBWS AKID HERALD.
WINNSBOUO, '. .,
Au "DAY, JbNl; a, $ >.: '1 38.
dNO. a. ATNOLD$.1
lIfA M. 4. DUV0i,1} BDITORB.
-BARNUM hopes to secut 'a wlito
selephnitt-fromt the King of Sittn on the
pretence (bat American brethren may
be converted tto 3uldhism. Barnum
does not drink ruin or use tobacco,'but
llie'alwgls has a healthy lie handy for
tputposes of pnblic deception. Heoks a
moral monstrosity V 1he white ele
1phant is a physical one.
A KNOWING one shows how circus
lemonade is manufactured. One of
'thehief components is tartaric acid.
'When asked if it was harmless, the re
ply was: "'Why,inin, the very cloth
-that the glasses stood on was turned
as black as a coal. What nmust have
been the condition of the stomach after
ttho owners had downed three or four
glasses of the stuff? I would never
allow a child to drink it." Many coin
Inereial pickles are just as bad.
'tG4. UEOii: Cnoo1: Is about fifty
three years of age,.b't he loaka little
more than forty. He Is about five tet
ten inches high, wiry as a grey-hound,
<and can ont-ride and out-march any
-nan in the American army. It is a
historical thet that he lived three days
on no other nourishment than tree
-bark during one of }his 't:empaigns
against the Indians. lie has a itir
'complexion, his hair is straight and
cut short,.,erl lie has a large bushy
beard, which divides llatuda!? in the
-centre.
Tii. Mississippi HIepublicans have
snbbed Chalmers, refused to hear
him )!tnd t'ld him to go about his dirty
business. These words of the New
York Tribune may be of value to any
Southerner who hopes to plt.y the sAnie
trie'ks: "Spurned by the I)emocrats
and ruined by lila own invitations,
which have cometack to 1lague their
invelfttr, Chalmers concluded to take
his rejected wares over to the Itepib
lic an mlatxk., where they have been
treated to what we trust is their limal
kick. His fate is an encouragement in
nany ways, and especially as an indi
cation of an finprovement in moral
tone In Southern politics."
A WASIUNGTON con' espondent of
the Cori,rer,Jotma has had iis at
lentioin attracted to a new style of
sewing inachine. It makes the double
lock and chain stitch and other stitches
which it is said tho lachlnes now in
use do not make, Its invenltor says it
w ill drive a il the oilier se wing machmines
pt16. tile imwrket. linventor's are
always 5angu, nlowever, m.
say is not to be taken without a grain
(if salt. Some Washington men01 have
faith inl it, anld have purchased the
patenlt and organuized a company with
-a capiltai of onie million dlolhlars. -Sen
ator Call, of Florda, and Senlator Bitt
Ier, -of' South Carolina, are leading
men in the company.
G ovEnNioR 01n1TTENDEN, of El iasi1tt ,
recently put a sudden stop to a moVe
menolt,to present him,1 with a watch andI
chain as a testimnonial from hankers
and business men01 who desired thus
to express their app)reciationl of the
Governor's efforts to suppress crimie in
(lhe State. Ulearing of (lie proposed gift,
the Governor' wrote to 0ne of' the gen
tlemnen interested as follows:
MY DEAR Surn:--A few days ago my at
tention was-ea Wed-to thofact that, you and(
Colonel Elliott had issuied n circu!ar letter
callinlg upon the bankers of the State to
present me with some1 suitable testhnonia1
for lmy inIterest in behalif of la\v and1 ordier
in this State. Not havhig seen the eireu
lar letter, I am lnible (.0 quote fromu It.
Shtee 1 have been the E'xceutive of tils
State, It has been .my chief abui to Tlave the
law supreme In every part of the state;
sull)peme111 antltoritative over all *cFasses~
and towvards all classes. If successf'ul,
then, I have donleno-nore than my diuty',
and am nlot entitled:to a special 'stlmonial
over the mnany other efficient'law de'hcersof
the State. I possibly- may have been of
somec service to tile-hanks anti -obhmr prop
erty holders in the en1forcemiente ofat il\v:
80 haive others ini a luch more active wvay.
Whilst thanking you an1.1 Colonel Elhlit
for your Interest in my1 bhlfl, permit' me
to say I will decline acceptling anly 81neh
te.stimoniial.
THF. Italian Minlister of War has
published aestatistical map, based on1
tihe official repouts from tIhe difThrent
provincial goverlnents-nbontt malaria,
by whlich the extent and ther intens~ity
oft this disease cant be estimated. 'taiv
cou.nlts sixty-ine p)rovinmces, six of
avhich only are-comlhetely free of this
piest;- ill twenmty provinces Ito: ravages
.ore' most sovere. It has been calculat
edi that more thanl 40,000.soldlers every
year hlav.e to par~3their tribute .to..tsis,
terrible scourgce. Mtlaii eauses to)
the State an. annIual' caponso- ofl -two
inillion dollare through the necessit y
of maintaining a nlulmber of' hosititals
expressly for malaria- patients.. TIhe
damage to the nlational. wealth enumnot
be calculated, but is .immense ; hun
dreds of thIousands of workig people
iln their best ago are soixetlly (lie (dis
ease,.1nd'large-tracts of othervise fer
tile country have to be left-Ilneuiti
vated. A very remarkable feature i&
the progress and the greater violence
--of the disease-since the construction~ of
r)ailroads, which circulmstanlce Is ascrlbd
~ed to tile necessary earth-cuttings and
-ithei bav'ing of stagnlant waters. There
. are'In sfatct some lines along which the
retronigest,.hiealthiest workmen Gic 0111.
clals stioned there are unable to rc
1sist the-atthl'ks of fever'; the conse
tiettcje t thait requisite. .WorkIg
*;...
taff can be kept up with:groat difficul.
ty, in spite of thQ oxceptionally higll
pay aliowed'ttbhre men.
2'1 A7NDAY BUIWOOL COIV V2TIoN
The Sunday School Cdnventlon Will
lneet lin Whinsboro, July 18, . at tena
!o'olock a. mn.,.in+the Methodist church,
and will continue In se'lon two days.
i-Each Sunday Sciool1Is,ontitled to three
delegates. . A full p1igiYanmelo Will
soon 0 bopliblisiod.
. .G. lRaADrOiln,
'ecretary.
2VOTRS FRtM 'LACKSTOCK.
)rogren in the Little City--The Closing Fx.
arclttes of the High Sohool-4A Creditab'e
Exhibit Ion, and a Ploasant Picnic.
"ilfIe.otrs. Rditors: I'httve"been a con
ataut reader df your -valuable paper
fur the past nine months and, seeing
nothing in it lately from this part of
the 't 'ittiy, I propose (?i you will
allow -te) through your coimns -to
let you end your mlany readers know
what we are doing up here in the lit.tl
city of Blackstock. The little towii
has grown considerably in the the hst
seven or eight years and nowapronises
to be still llr" er. The tnp.of the han
mor and the buz'ring of-the-saw wil:
soon be heard on the dwelli-gs of :1r
A. -1. D)ouglass andi the lRev. Johin
White, also on a new 'school-huuse
which is to ho built slortly..
Since "'hav-e spoken of-ia school
house, please allrw nfo to give you ;a
few retmlarks on the closing crcises
ofie Ulackstock Iligh School, which
closed for the sumiver vauntion on
Thursday, the 14tht inst"., with a con
cLrt antl it picnic. The school is taught
by M1Ii. W. JL T'honjp>son, Irincipal,
assisted1y Mniss 'Nette 'Johnshni stlicl
Mr. Jatmes AicCrOrev. 'IThe couceit"
took place ina the school-room, andcl
early in the evening carriages and bug
gies coull be seen coming iln t'hin all
directions, and by the tiue when the
exercises eominencecl the Iuse was
crowded to overflowing, atdtt a great
many could not get in at all. There
were several visitors frout Winnsboro
(and Chester preseut, andttl all n% ho at
tetled pronounced (lie exhibitiol a
uccess andt a proof' that tht puplils
had been "well prepared by their teah:la
ers. Now, lessr:. Editous, it is ito
tas -uuntiter to write about an enttr
taiunent, -where so in.atay took pirt,
and not slight soteodty, Ittt i' yon'
will ii ilge ne, T till give you the
progralttatto the best .1 uan, atd if' I
slight" antyolie it. is 'itiintentionally.
The exercises commuene+lc with tuill
chorus by the whole scltool--"(otod
Evening". This was so Wi-ilr enudered
that it wonld have ttiaetl invtne
who heajd it to eXclaiin, "I atm lihutad
to see it through if it last, till morn
itg".
Tho "remainder of the 'progrnlmte
wias as follows.
Nlias MI Thiorno and M-aster Al. T homt p
Speech1.'The Battlo 4Wield"-..Char
Twoy( intrumtitental dhi.)S '- lse
Jamo antd Miary Tiheimpsont.
.Speech, "T.Lhe L.i(tIle Speaker-Mlel
"Poeisive Schaottische"--Mliss Lela
-Steelo.
'Speech, "MNethodist Prenhier"-Johnt
Coopert t.
"W~elcomeo March" --Miss Pettie
Mackorell.
Speech, "'Excecllent Man'1-Aileynie
D.onglass.
-Vocal duet, "Whait '-e the Wild
Waves Saying?"--hiisses .lessie Johii
stoni and1 Naiie Eider.
Spech "oung OJt'ator"'-Jimmtie
"Water Lily Polka"---Mis Sallie
Simpson.
Speech, "lluckleberr'y Picnic"- Id
die La(tani.
"' lredlontiantarh"-Niiss L~ula B3laini.
"'Emapress I Ielirietta Wrtz"'-Mi ss
Maity Wylie.
MacitkorelI. Abr
"Go A way Galop"--Rabli, Thoinp
sonl.
Speech, "'The Bro'kent-hear'ted1 D)ulth
maon"-Jotnes M[c(rores.
MIsses Pettic MIackorelAl atid 8al lie
Spetecht, "Trthl"-iNddie Macekory.ll.
'tNancyi L4ee"--MN1is Naittti Thler,
Marwy Wyli,-tt-ad atiMak
rell. NtttCMcu
D ialogue--Reub,en McC.rorey n
RIobblie Shtamotn. itd
Speech,' "fihack I lorse and Ilis
Rider'' l{obbie Tlhiontpsol,
D)uel, "Secret. Love Gaaotee"-Lela1
Sterele and( h at ie Moy-khee
Chorus,. "huam'- x i'"-.. its.
Chtoius "Th'ler M Nusic in thie Air"'
~Speech, "V~.in aiention of Sou(I~th h
'Olllta"'-lDavi'l Mloblev.
"MNes'senger* of' Love Galop"---Miss
'Halle' Heik lini.
.Ttmnieni al (duet, "Raciiket Galop"'
-MNiIsses Ella andI Lul a Bla in.
"1)1hdogueit"---Joneos- McGror-W~ and
Josp)h (Coleman..
"Iliope Mlarch"--Niiss NMarv Tihornt'.
Sptecb, "Lee's Sur'rend6h:t".-John1
Biriec.
Song' "Wild Ash- reer"--Misses
21atttie linek4orell and( Eltil'a in.
"The-) Maidlen's Prayer"--*Miss Nan.
ie J'ilder.
SIeechI, '"'ihe IFrailty of Matn"-Jolhn
Mohlev.
Trhilosong, "Pntting ont Airs"-Misses
K-atie-'Mockbec, Lula Blain and( Jones
Sper:ah',, "'Soul th Gurolina"---W illie
Mobley..
.......ue'lt,-"redlhip Polkad"-~ I-Msses
Nannio Elder and( Belle I lick lin.
'iTrio song, "Down~,1 A ms itg Ilho Li lies''
-'-isses 13essio Johnston, Nannile El.
der' and Ella IBlain.
Wv'lie..
"Silvery Wamvs"- les.n .1 ,h ns:t on
"'Valeitoryv"-Robbh-il Do'ua:
'Jhe ent iro progratmme we e cart led
out,.and reflected great redLi poni all
the parddilpantts. I. did not rmtond' to
-coument.on anyone whten I. star.4ed
thils-detter,. 'but I canntot keel) r:-om
'rMnItg spooital.montiotn of onto speech,
M'hn Btuoenhearted Dutichman",
who-etnee by Mr. JonesMc-.
Crosawnnd so well, dlone that thes etw
tiire huuso was loopt Iin anm uproar. The
entergainmet lasted until after eleven
""clock p. in., 'W hen . every body red
In"tied top thwit homa~e tdelightedl with
11.he evien)ing's, ptrogrammtte.
1:horo,was a grand plenic on E~'rlday,
|.hich wrs well-*Itidocd by tn entire
-echool and Mi,lr relatves.anl friends,
and evurybu<ld seened to oittoy them
solves, especjally the young folks.
There wa an abuntjance.ft'eatables
well prltared, 1hJ,1I hiat if the
cruols are tiro"tood as last year there
is p!enty of goocfntin,g in tIho country
yet. I hope we will have mamny mo'e
'sch /leasant occusionls and have you,
I Messrs. Editors, with us.
G RANDPA.
"t3lackstock, S. O., June'it.
J.El; AND JOHNSTON.
tloner$: MeOlellan's' Opllon of $dtthleFh
Generale.
[.r eriiow in the I'brt WorthGawuetta].
"Who ti&; the greatest uoutllbi i
general ?"
"There were two of theti---J(O Le'eta
Johiiston."
"W\% iich Johnston?"
'"1"-in-hvelhed14l-1)f-Jeoin-rsont 1.'ttiA'
-tfilinto of Alhei't Sydney Jolfoten.
.Do you Biel-agr 'vith Niln?"
"Sydcy'Joliiston died too soon.
hadl 110 olportl itt y to beoIlne aCI
titaiited wit h1 his -'nerits ns4" Ioln
in11mdu'r. Oil"ers of' ability and "judg
ment, howeve, siIlforned me that Gei,
ki.tnding ability. 1l1 enjoved the0
friendship ai confidence ot Jefli'r.on
Davs, and tlnt. enabled him to display
his abilities at fher'iest."
"11lleh wias ,the greatest Roktt?!',
Joetttohnst<mII-r'Robert E. Lee?"
"It vild be difoicuit to tell. Both
hand '.enlins comn) file Ielto Wiit Ii their
upP'p'tniiities, atil( bol'hi deserve to be
rtanked, lno1g the. greatest generals of"
te ngo."
"1Wuaq either great or t han f lie otlhrr?"
4t wonul be -hard to I(h. 'They
Were,'Aoubtle!Z4, :pumiie.o a r -ot' t enL
(Inntlities. Leo vas quIick to phli,'tlid
JIohnston natchless in} lrf')rininon.
Lee was superb in Iho 4 edefeni-ve and
Johnston Was vithout a peer in the
oli nsive. Lee had r.1111(1ul flht1inl qua!
it ies iat tlt4oil,tsIot, could ecltrl Na ptr
leoii plinlling a calipayn."
'"Wh1,1t't about other Soutlhern cren
erals?"
"I thi-tk 3nriigard should ran :
next to Lee tindi Jotclen01. -te ':.e
an exellenI oiler, :11d pe'rai hil:t 1l1
no ("qual ats ant eng;in(e1r ill the :crniv."
"Where is Loiigstret't.'s i)ce?' ?
llie tntile al exvull nt" lighter, nlic'
dist iugnished himfll Ir' ;-eticrally as 1l
oflirer, 1un Joe "JI: h1ston1 1111(1 i;o,eri
E. Iee were tiie soliers of the Con
"Of the tinion generdt'"
"Y1.on1 111n1-4 .'(t $oIlld on1e el.ie to d'rs
cnss thelui with -m\.''
"Thought the Child Voutia Die."
This 'ihat, the Sisters of the 1loni'o for 1
poor. iltti*t child who wus.racuking itse'l1' al-1
mocst to (eth"iti with Whlltinll c"uuci. The'
child was suthltnly in-k:n ','Verr y .litnts
indl vom,illn:, endl with f'right.fui ltpain: In
the head. he'li. Sisters write: "We used
P'i:1(iy D).vus's Pamir -K.Xii."1 with the:
mlloS. ustonishing res.ulfs. .it" s. f(;wv hours
the disease was gone anti the chil was
well." *
The I11y Queen.
Who shalll :he h0?
Vhe ti owers are blooin ng
A.ir ic.est adornin..t
Thelu Queen remitedy sha1 ' b,
OAU GHT
ABA D OOLm
'The -SUMME1R .COLDS andt
Coughs are quitb as dan
gerous as those of
- -miwinter.
But 'they yldc to the sa me~
* treatment and ought
to be tak eh'lri
* stim3.
For' afi diseMse' 6? 'THROAT,
NOSTRILS, HEAD dr
* BREATHING AP
PARATUS
[is_the SOVENIElGN Remdy
LALL DRUGGiSTS KEEP
PAIN KILLER
WI En.NE
T] Z-tID TIH ]~X1\3
iHuy thei G EISER~ ENfINEF and SEPA
ItV'It fromi
J. M.. E-i . OT'', Sr.
We hlave triwlhed% e :i linow tiem (o
he goodii, anhd woufhlilttal them if -we dlid
not tiinirs.
Thei we'li-knownh
"ELMIOTT *4MI%
Is offer'ed t'o thll inihilei - ie willi he p1ignaed
to hai~ve till honn-l sWrders4
Nowl~VI la h t.hheit t'o britg:i Oi)r, (INS
for repatiris. . .~ ;;'' I:.j
Y) v'irtue of' ani ex'cuhtion to me11 dli'cted(,
I.1 will ofe hflalior'8 sal bfore' the Cut'
IiOU.oe (1b11 il Winnhsbomlt,-8.- (',-an 41ha
F! RSTi MO0N1)AY fN' .WL.Y N-E'Xi,
4 ti'e !': .i, IiUie o119f 1 t nt eest.ofh~
8: .ai I4i : .tri a')s ~Vh ns a le h
I. d na Em as tIh orefa,sXt v of Mfrs. M. E!.
t.rnll ..!. I .e' SI t El *fs ~ 1t ' & Lowrantce,.
Wiimshorio, S. U.,,
JIme14 ii, l8s..
ilune 12-tdl
'UILL 1N0TICE.
P. A R R MILLTS are in excellent condition
for -rinding WI[EAq'.. With 'faeli-i
thisS'fITWO SET 'ROCKS,. adFJFICIEN T
WMR' POWVER and att EXPE~RT
brige have' ii t.p,l In, and s'rad
eadeito ohr milT gro ingno(od4 .
J1. U. B3WYGERT & O.
Junlo'tix3 - 3roprietors..
~#IRN IT AL
--$HALL WE .BE
\LOTHEDfI
Is one of thci :eSttons which uiAt pei'
>lexes the mind ot'the 'Individual atid ""th
+.1 mily. To relieve yoiu'self of this pei
p1cexit,y, yuu should call and hear our price
oil.
ISPRING GOO)S,"
Of.whiel we now have a large ttntd well
assttrted stock. Everything i thfe way of
IDitY GOODS, NOT1IONS,. ete.,. thait is
'wanted, frtllt; conuonunest donestle to
the nicest ut!:SS OI)S, and all the
noveltiFs in NOTIONS. If you want a
-ntiecit 1't of
OLC TI-IIJsrc3
Uom und.-se our' stock, or choose from
"our hInr'iff'niplor. .'1f we Caninot please
you hn one we can in't.hi other. Woelun-o
dnftthing nive in Ihis way, and guarantee
'tits d: well as quality of g;oods.
We have a very pretty and nobby line of
MTS'1'1', in both telt and straw, and can
please tile ntost, fastidious.
We ask lni vej'tioit (if "YAiMut stock of
11U0,8y, which I' yfi' e, 'iiMhj eing all
qualities and sTjie. "Soniething nico in
'leWCf'ets and slippers.
III all departnme t we endeavor to give
IWap best goods at )WEST PKU.FhM.
CALDWELL & L1UIE1UAEE.
'WHER-EWITHAL
Is anether pIp1'lexinr iueston. It also
conses to worry whil once "oyt look into
our
where yotu will lind all kinds of eatables c.t
most reasonable p-:ie.
COME AND SEE US.
V take pleasure in showing ilor goods.
Itespeetfullyj,
cALA)U1WE;L & LAU )E:DAI,E.
SPRIG SIIW&E.
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A )~ )N l2J
Our :toe.k of Spring and Smiunner (Goods;
is conlIplete inI ev~ery dlepartinent.
WVe have just received in all the n1ewe'sh
shades the imost popular goodls of the daIy:'
NUN'S'VEILING.
NO)TfED) AND) PLAIN SWISS.
.FIGUlmDEr MUSL1NS.
LACEI' NT) STlIMP1I'D PIQUES.
'ITRIPED) NA INSOOKS,
~fcU NCYCND NA INSOOK8.
A)u eleganL line of' Laielis', (Gents' and
y1 s' SiiraW( I1its, oif'ail Styles and QuaIl:
ties.
Xlt51'did' 6(isa'T VA10ETrY.
Our Stock of FuhfiAhing Goods Is now
complete in gjutlliy and 1slv.s. 'lPhe Gentle
laIi'- Undierw~ear consuists of L,isie T iaila
and( Gauuze, and( are in .'ufiM4 oc' h4parate, to
MVeall is respectfully sollellddl fom all.
1' .i.4 )E~.JCTCEkj? .t BRlO.'
WI[l'TEN1No AND) PRIEIRING
Ti'AE TEE Tn.
KitSES 'fIE- IR EATI1I POJRE *ANiD
SWVEETF.
FdITMUIJA OF~ DR. Tr. T. AfUR. 4
We.:C.j FJSHIEfR,
t1oVIteALE AO1i0NT, COL,UM1IA, S. ''O,
Wlor'Salo in Winnseboro by
MiA'[STEtj1 J3UE & K ETCIIIN.
eh 22-|x3
VT fI UN tLVERTISEIfN'['S.
(%1r1,DF $ 3hCIUS, .
-*tM- OJI on4NDr DEALNR IN
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U1 1 8 n i)J'UV IkIONB,
No, rtaWAST.)MAy, -}IAlIESTON, S. C.
TTQfTDO>NT''& SONS,
MUMOLESAILE GItOUiits,
0I 15t0N I)N'ils,
12 i y }d4' l AS'T' BAY STREET,
;flAItIES'rON, S. C.
-Wi1oJ4S8DLE (4ROC:iit, 'QiqUbn DEA-L'ItN
COMMISION' iltI,41ANTS,
S.EAs'r bAY, CIIALESTON, S. .',
B. 'OiMAS, A(NE'I ,
No. 320 KTNO ST;, OPI'OSITE 1lBERTY,
WINDOW SIIADES, 'APtRT '2IA NU
INGS, LAC1': (:UJITAINS,
ContNAi E8 AND Uii itOLrEity 3ooj,
C iAti,In N, S. C.
WrnDOw AWNINrnW \i-iiE TO OlnlatN.
G, CU.vWOt'Il.& Co.
8 A-D ' \V t'1 E 1FOi s^i ,
155 ,M' I'INC STRlETls:,
O I'o s.1 .'l j .C'nn A It 1. ' -N ,H.1' ;.
1ENi(t UbISHIOFF & CO,
H.\'iLiss.\I" E(:ltov:lis
ANF)'4:1'Ml tS IN CAROL1 NA iNCE-.
PtOP'RIETORiS OF TIHE CI.1111ATE
CA:lIOIIN A Tii l U T)N IC.
199 EAST "IAY, CHAll,NNTON, S. C.
(JIAfiLI'.SION ICE HOUSE,
3 i.\OU, -'. Eits" CI111c1Il STrI:EET
CTAI1(LESTON, S. C.
'te pakc'l for the Country a syd-lait.
A. NELSON & ( --
-WUoF:IS.\ I. 1Ei,ELlS OI
A1"X)TnS AN I) S10 ES,
- o. 2:J ": A Y itf B 10 i '1r,
('l.1;iAs1 ' , IR T N . (;.
W. A1MAli & CO.,
WIIOI,ESA T,EAND ET.AII. I)V7.-L;P; IN
CHOIen :i)Rt, M Eti1' :*. CI1s.1ts1IC::,
PEFU3 INS A.ND 'F;fTdi ,r ArICLa,
Cor. Kliig aid Vande -horst Streets.
(ii A1LF.STON, s. .
CONSISTING 01F PLOU UN1 THE
beCst grades, Meal, .1e'ii driTs, Iic(, Ned
Orleans Molassecs and Syrup1A fufll line 6f
Canned .Goods, Corned'( leef, Sega-Con
Okra andl TIoinattoos, TIomnat tnes, -Sahnoni,
Peaches Pineapple, Cielbratedl Bb%t!e6t
Pears, Sue-coni~sh, Squash, ChoW-Chowva nd
M' xed Pickles, Pre pareil C'ocouu foi
pies, cakes andh puddinugs. Eva porated
VIMeta les for Soups, -Evaporated .Apples.
Old 6eyunif, Java aind lio CiVe.i,
Grecyt and lilack TVea, and all Grada's of
Sugars and Coffees-.
PRESII
GR O CEiRI.1ES!
hIRU1NSWICRj CAKVASSED .1rAfS,
ffO'rEl6 N1:() and3A'V A GOIIE.
SALIMON, CAN NED) C(ORNm) IIEEF.
Fi ESi OA'lT ME''.h
'OAN.NLID TOMA TOEd..
SUCCOTAsfl.
IflNEAPPLE and1( PEAOI,~ES'
'bfCKr IES AND) C0W U176feYw, an
a full stock of eve.rythuing -usunity -k4opt
in a Jlirst-class
*ltO'CERY STOIM.
A'l of wilAeh-wtll b>o sold .hO :fOr
J. E. McD)oNALD,. 'C. A. DOUGLASs.
Mcl)ONALD. & #D0 iLAs88
&ttorneys .at-' JIeuW,~ No. 8, Law Ilange,
VINNsI10On, 8. G
Vi'actlie' fh aft' flho State 06tii'ts.
INGL18It SADDtV1I FOR' $5 $6, $1 ANii'
46f G.. DSPal'IES.
RflIEF 'Y EbPlATV
'WEIVUT-.
TERIBLYV CONOEUtUVJN.
ro tonyanalinv9ntorg' ifor' theb
inuduccinients to close) out -gbodaR in thei'
seafsonl. TIheso goods' 1 wllI phiee on tIl
Cenitre Uouiters, niid( imairked at pri1e4
that is -bduid to bc .nhlplAditated. Coni.b
carily and staeure the best so1ctli
tJesp)ectliiy,
SPIRiNG GOODS!
SPRING GOODS ! SP"RING GOOIJSt
I have now ready f'or inspe?ction a P I- inse 'of SPRING
GOODS, consistinig of
NUWS VEILING, BUNTINGS, IDOTTED ~inci PLAIN
SW\TISS, PLAIN and *FIGURED MUSLINS,
LACED, STRIPED) and CORDED
PIQ,UES, CA MBRICS,
GING H1AM S and C-A:ICOES-.
A stock-6o Men's, Roys' endc Youths' Clothing, which will bd
SOLD LOW.
STRAW IIA'iS IN ALL STYLES AND) flRCES
Men's, .Bo7s' and Youths' low .cnt Shoe. Ladies' and
,,' C r 1 f ii e I14 ,'lw r A . ( l so+XM r/y " ' '
"n aiuleahe Slippers. A a bcautiful line of
CMA,L AND lEXAN INE 'DNITORE -PUROH-ASING.
*Respectfulfly,
. G ROESCiIEt, Agent.
IT ~TAfID AT THE HEAD.
r..,
TIIE LGitTi>UNNfNG
""'Vol t lly"'imI lit l m It. fo the 'lO ldc edr
"DOMESTIC.'
'he Trade is d.fact that cannot b di.
- utebd. n t
r - * UANY IMITATE IT-4ONE EQUAL T
' l'he Lacrgest-Ahmed .
senoi. hoe ;ods1 i- pcTe oteaui Wow
AND IT IS WVAIANTEiD'
To 1) niits -tthi bt.o batrrai:
Torl d ud anyuan all ksind of work;
{'o be complete in every respelt.
~ ~ ; -.For Mate by
J. M. B.1ATY & CO.,
.- -WO D Sr
SPRING GOOIN oo:
THE CESRIER STORE,
(iSfI~TTIo . Iaan keer to soll tinn ever, anid u ggiity e t&id
AN INVITATION
*Tf '(T ilin,Wonfi; o bild in Fah%l!d Corsty .YN MY N'I'R
A REQUs I,
AlB'11ICi1 YO -'Sl Ul0LO TA)AKTl PJ E AN
A .PR0MISE.
ALT. S IL AbW WAITED) ON PO(LITl1dV NI)N MMI~N~
IN CA SlC A SACLE I8 NO'T' E(Yl). p . A ANSWMLTN
AS TiE SAME OODS CAN BE SOLUL A AN-1 'RA'SOW
1883-AElITENTION
srPR G ST SCE s /LND'rO FRE81 DTII
TOMY.
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INSPE0flo1.
We think we c:in SA Ti W'j say that'we - -iliti -ldi Ic~ '~iILf
ave neye'v4r open'Ied at' tny time aL more1' 0 k1-.
om leteasortmeitw (A' l)tter c,lass ofr ~it~y.,
C1ds. Ob X N E 3i OE "UCnAIG
As.regrdis Pricks, we,wijl Onily say thmat: SalntLouSa n Lon p. Bgef
.leP)I goods wilIl be solWan low as te samud , '. wfote 111Amfliribeh Sarih s
-Rac'-:11)sed), Maccktu1j.t M io
(~~i~~s4 fi~ .4A)q1S ( ftO~s.ce. ' C1E ,Ae
re sold in ainy MAf71U/Iy/' and! assur on. IBartletL P rqin At19 pl hii gall1'n cans.
ustomers thatA thdy wil bpe iE 9 Pears, id .
priees, as we we a W " S tI W.1h
me in anything.-Iicti iakt t r "Davis Leustor .M~anor" Tro oes--hnd .
We would call speelal at kention 'to urC se& ela k e d; lWCii.,Pcls
AENTTW J)EPAI'rTMIEN aker's Dr:hi
vhich ill b) found comnplete in evr'h-Fresh Sro'Fdie O ondensed Milk.
Icular, and all We ask is an tinal)tion b 'A'lot' Olandled oesalid Grain -.radles.
ho public. ALJICHILIP FOR UA8Ha
RMASTEER 3RIOZ & TI . E -
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