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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18. : : 18S5J3TO.
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There are three hundred charitable
association in Boston.
True bills have been found by the
grand jury against lhlrty-one of the
alleged Edgefield lynchers.
The Citadel Cadets will visit Colam
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bia to-aay ana win oe review eu uy
Governor Thompson. They will probably
give an exhibition drill on the fair
grounds some rime duriosr (be day.
Ex-Sexatox Skaeox, died in San
Francisco on the 13th inst. His health
had been failing for some time and his
death was expected. For the past few
vporc hp has c&infid considerable nolo
riety from the divorce suit of Hill vs.
A leading exchange says that if
Mahone will stick his finger in the
Atlantic, then pull it out and notice the
hole he makes in the water he will
have some idea of the space he occupies
in American politics at present,
A pious citizen of Buffalo, N. Y.,
proposes to attach a Bible to every
. telephone bell and give the operators a
chance to read soir.e while waiting for
The war clond still seems to thicken,
and we would not oe surpriseu to see
the year 1885 end with a fierce struggle
in which the whole of Europe
might be engaged. Prospects are
gloomy for an amicable settlement at
Pbesident Cleveland's proclamalon
has had a wholesome effect on the
uiti-Chinese rioters in Washington
Territory. Quiet has been restored in
the Territory and the rioters will be
called upon to account for ^eir unlawful
The President lately received a bride
who was on her third bridal trip. She
was nrst married during Grant's ad
ministration, and agam undei uayess,
and her present husband she married
ilnce President Cleveland came into
office. ITappv woman!
P. Lokellabd the great horse man
has made during the last season in
round numbers $100,000. The best
score was made by Dewdrop, who
won six races out of ten, and came
out second in two others. Quite a
Ax India Medical Gazette suggests
that condemned criminals be used in
cholera experiments. From three to
four hundred persons are hanged annnollf
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medical profession ample opportunity
for experiments in various forms.
The Supreme Court of Illinois has
affirmed the decision of the lower
court in the case of J. C. Mackin who
was convicted of receiving spurious
ballots in the recent election. Only
executive clemency stands between
him and a sentence of five years in the
It is said that an effort will be made
at the next session of Congress to
secure an appropriation for the erection
in Washington of a national monument
to Gen. George B. McClellan.
The monument has the promised snpnnvt
r\f "Vnrrr .toi*COV spiiatnrs.
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An intimate friend of James G.
Blaine says that the latter rejoices at
the defeat of Davenport in New York,
as he wishes to enter the campaign iu
1888 with a record of receiving more
votes in the State of New York than
any Republican since 1884.
Monday, November the 9th, was a
big day in cotton in New York. The
estimates from Xew Orleans ran the
crop down considerably. The largest
sales in two years were made in New
York on that day. From all report?
it is not probable that the crop will be
as heavy as has been expected.
The following notice appears iu a
prominent Western Methodist journal:
"I want a preacher of ihe ojd style,
who can ride a circuit, live in a small
narsnnflce. work hard, live oil a small
claim?$400?pay his way, and come
to Conference with a record of forty
converts. None others need apply."
Ix ::he elections which have been
held in various States the Democratic
gain over the vote given for Mr. Cleveland
was 118,000. This shows whether
the Democratic Administration is
making large gains or not. In New
York alone the gain was 11,000, in
Pennsylvania 3,400 and in Virginia
The following timely question has
been asked the Newberry Observer by
the $eics and Courier:
What substantial benefit is derived
by the farmers of Newberry county
from the present protective "tariff, in
return for the enhanced cost of the
necessaries of life, including clothing,
farming implements and machinery,
which is due to that tariff?
We are arxious to see a reply.
The trial of Dr. Bellinger for the
murder of Stephey Riley ia Charleston
a short time ago resulted in a mistrial.
The jury, after remaining oat
twentv honrs. failed to aorree. and thev
were discharged. It is said lb*', one
favored a verdict of guilty and the
other eleven stood oat for a verdict of
, not guilty.
The following remark is said to
have been made bv Don Cameron, and
will doubtless find an amen in the
hosts of a great majority of Demo...
crats: "Offices belong to the Democrats,
and the sooner thev get them the
better, if there are not enough capable
Democrats to fill them, then it
might be in order to call on the Republicans
to close up the gap."
Col. Tbexholm, the recently ap
pomtea commissioner ot tne civil scr- i
vice, accompanied bv his colleague j
Mr. Edgerton, was in Washington on
Monday and took the oath of office.
They spent some time with the Presi
dent, discussing plans tor the organization
and government of the commission.
The leading journals of the
country speak in flattering terms of the
The Board of Visitors of the Citadel
Academy at their recent meeting
I in Charleston elected Prof. W. G.
[ Brown of the University of Virginia
to fill the vacant chair in the Citadel.
Prof. Brown comes highly recommended
and will doubtless fiil the
position to which he has been elected
with credit to himself and honor to
A telegram from Washington to
the Neics and Courier says:
Representative Hemphill was at the
postoffice department to-day looking
after postal aJ2airs in his district He
expects to capture a foreign appointment
before starting homeward.
The statement is a little ambiguous,
as it leaves the reader in doubt as to
whether Mr. Hemphill expects to capture
the foreign appointment for himself
or some of bis constituents.
The trial of Dr. Bellinger for the
killing of Stephuey Riley in Charleston
some weeks age, has been in progress
in that city for several days. At the
conclusion of the testimony the defense
offered to submit the case without
argument, but the offer was re
Tnqpfl ny 'll" solicit015 u-wrwxpnurable
tbat a verdict of not guilty will
be rendered, as the testimony as far as
we are able to learn would warrant
such a verdict.
Tee prohibition question is the allagitating
one in Atlanta. The people
are thoroughly aroused as to the result
of the coming election. The most
prominent men of the city are arraved
on both sides of the contest and the
fight is growing more interesting day
K Aott Com TAnoc? fHo WkriVftliftf.
U2 Ul?J? UUIU W?*va^ MMV
with his gospel tent, is working for
prohibition; Senator Colquitt, Emory
Speer, Ben Hill and a number of
ether prominent men are championing
the prohibition cause, aud will use
every effort in their power t? make it
a . accessful issue.
A number of the members of the
famous Wallace House of 1876-77 met
at Wright's Hotel in Columbia on
Weduesday for the purpose of effecting
a permanent organization of its members
and meeting together once a year.
The organization was perfected and a
number of committees appDinted to
arrange for a reunion during the next
State iair. it is meir purpose to xiave
the Governor and other State officers
at that time and onr Democratic Senators
present at the reunion. The
meeting will be addressed by the Hon.
W. H. Wallace, who presided over the
House during that trying period.
The New York Mail and Express
published an article recently in which
it stated that it * not only possible but
probable that the President's annual
message will contain an outspoken
utterance in favor of woman suffrage.
It says that this question is inevitable
and must be settled sooner or later
one way or the other. We believe
President Cleveland a man of. too
much sense and foresight to recommend
any such measare for consideration
by the next Congress. It is better
to err on tfce other side and place a
restriction upon suffrage than to
make it more extensive than it is at
present. It would be a bad day for
the South should the privilege of suffrage
be granted to the females. We
think that women have their distinct
and separate sphere of action and the
right to vote is not included.
There was some apprehensive at
first that Secretary Lamar did not have
the business qualifications for supervising
the Interior department. The
? c? xt/* . rvr,-*i,i
luiiumuz nuui me xvia ff \ii w,
shows that the people were mistaken
in the man.
Mr. Lamar has surprised all of his
friends by developing the fact that he
is a good business man. No one
would have suspected this scholar and
student of being underneath a sound
man of business. He has completely
reorganized the. interior department.
He ha*> completely divided up its work
into divisions, so.that he can take in a
complete picture of the service without
being fretted or bothered with too
much detail. He reads all of the deI
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| cisions niaue. nis cchiuj, iiisieuu ox
' breaking down, as some of his friends
thought it would with the work of the
department, is improving nnder the
excitement and stimulus of it.
Galveston has had a severe blow 1
in the recent fire, in which five hundred
families were rendered homeless
and nearly $2,000,000 worth of prop- J
ertv was destroved. Five hundred (
buildings were burnt, among them j
some of the finest residences of the i
city. A relief committee was organ- i
ized aud everything possible was done |
to prevent suffering by any of the ]
persons left homeless. Jay Gould '
telegraphed his sympathies and told 1
the mayor to draw on him at eight for j
five thousand dollars. A number of (
other rich New Yorksrs contributed
liberally to the relief fund. The city
is equal to the emergency, says the
Neicst and in & short time will be
doing business at the old stand apparently
unhurt from the great conflagration.
A wki.t. k'tfewn nollMclan made ra.
cently the rMowing remark to a re- '
porter of tb&National Republican on j
Fitz Lee is a strong man intellec- <
tuaily, very much stronger tban his s
ordinary demeanor indicate?. Lee's 5
iarge majority eame from negro votes.
He rode through every county in the i
State, and in every locality talked with
lao^mrr mon A?? ^rn Af #
WiVi VU 4UVU AVI11 VI ill V VA (_
them together?told them why he ]
asked their support, and urged "them ]
to form clubs. In almost every case <
they went away enthusiastic for Massa i
Fitz, who had tru3ted them. You (
may be sure his administration will be <
a great era in Virginia's history, and <
one that will be of immense benefit to i
the whole country, especially those "!
sections connected Dy snort lines witti l
Virginia tidewater." His commitee is t
as much surprised at the extent of the i
victory as its opponents are. As Gov- ]
ernor be will be safe, sure and progres- i
si ve, "without fuss or rush. I
Monday was the last day of Riel, I
the revolutionist, in this world. Pre-1
p&rations were completed and kis life ;
paid the penalty of the crime of which i
he was found guilty. The following I
description of him will be of interest j
to our reauei 6;
A long unkempt beard, of a light
brown color, nearly overspreads his
face, almost corresponding with his
sun-browned features. His hair is
quite black and falls nearly to his
shoulders in small ringlets and curls.
His forehead is high and intellectual,
bis features prominent, his closely
WI Li prtSIJMJU IIJUUIU aiiu a^utJiuv uvou
being indicative of the firmness he is
known to possess. A keen, piercing
blue eye with heavy dark eyebrs*vs
give the man the appearance of a determined,
imperious person who would
meet death unfliching[y, no matter
how or when it came. In person he
is ot medium build, and since his
confinement he has become slightly
stooped, and lost somewhat his former
The following expression from a
prominent Tammany leader will give
to oar readers some idea of the part
which Tammany will play in fnture
To throw the doors open to good
Democrats, who have under past
mzftiageinent been snubbed or had no
political home. I do not expect Mr.
Kelly will retnrn, and as far as I shall
have any influence I shall advise a
i;ko?*al onr? /vAncArvuH vp rrmrsp. If
that be done there need be no fear of
a future of Tammany. We have held
no jollification as was done in the past,
and the brooms were only on the front
jot ti*o?foiH?Kmc Uay. They" never
should have been "put there at all,
and would not have been if I had
been in the city at the time. Toward
the County Democracy we entertain
none other than the kindliest feelings.
They are good fellows and shrewd
politicians, and they were not so very
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Dacuy Deaten, au uuugs cuusmcicu.
Ob, no. Things with us will be
changed. The Tamtriauy of the fatnre
will not be the Tammany of the past.
It is stated that there will be over
300 M. P.'s in the next House of Commons.
The following announcement of the
death of F. H. Gantt taken from a
leading exchange will be read with
regret by the people of our Stat ^
The announcement of the death of
Col. F. Hay Gantt, Solictor of the
Second Circuit, which took place
Tuesday, at his ancestral home in
Barnwell, will be received throughout
the State with sincere regret. Blessed
with fine animal spirits, a great fund
of humor and a pleasing address, Col.
Gantt was one of the most popular of
men, and until bis last illness he retained
his youthfulness to such a de
gree tnat mauy win oe surprised 10
learn that he bad nearly if not quite
completed a half century of life. Col.
Gantt was admitted to the Bar in 1856,
and began the practice of his profession
in Waltertboro as the partner of
Col. Owens, at that, time Solicitor of
the Circuit and a lawyer of marked
ability and no little reputatiou. Co!.
Gantt was just beginning to make Ins
way as a lawyer when the Confederate
war broke out, and he, like many
others, abandoued the forum for the
field. He was elected colouel of the
9th S. C. VM a regiment raised mostlv,
if not altogether, from his native county
of Barnwell, and served faithfully
with it to the end. After the war he
resumed the practice of his profession,
and adhering to the fortunes of his
people and to the Democratic partv,
L- to?/? 4u
UC WBS, 1SI 10<U, UUUtCU bUUUILUl Ul tuu
Second Circuit, which position he has
ever since retained, performing its
duties with vigor and abilitv, and to
the &atisfa<.tion of his Ron?tituonte.
From the News and Courier we
clip the following which should re- j
ceive the attention of all who desire to
honor those who died for the "lost
As the seventy-six Confederate soldiers
who are interred in the cemetery
of Emmanuel Church, near the defences
of .Richmond, were mainly
from North and South Carolina and
Virginia, the families and friends of
those who were from this State will
be glad to hear of the purpose of the
Ladies' Memorial Association of Henrico
county, Va., to erect a suitable
mouument'to their memory upon the
spot where they lie. The Association
will hold a fair at an early date to aid
in raising the necessary funds, and it
is hoped that liberal contributions of
money or articles of any kind will be
made from the States named. Sonth
Carolina cannot affof-d to manifest anv
indifference towards so worthy an object.
It is a worthy object and our State
should be found among the loremost
in honoring those who fought so well
and died so nobly upon many battlefields
in the late war.
?Within bright eyes and elastic .step
yet gray, lnsteriess hair. It is unnatural,
needless. Parker's Hair Balsam
will restore the black or brown prematurely
lost, cleanse from all danlirufl,
and stop its falling. Don't surrender
your hair without an effort to
save it. *
These are Solid Facts.
The best blood purifier and system
regulator ever placed within the reach
3f suffering humanity, truly is Electric
Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness,
Jauudice, Weak Kidneys,
Constipation, or any disease of t).c
urinary organs, or whoever requires
in appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant,
will always find Electric Bitters tbe
test and only certain care kuown.
rhey act sorely and quickly, every
x>ttle guaranteed to give entire satisfaction
or money refunded. Sold at
ifty cents a bottle by McMaster, Brice
fc Ketchin. * .
A Bemarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunkhannock,
Pa., was afflicted for six years
with Asthma and Bronchitis, during
which time the best physicians could
jive no relief. Her life'was despaired
>t, until in last uctoDer sne procured
i Bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
ivhen immediate relief was felt, and
jy continuing its use for a short time
she was completely cured, gaining in
lesb 50 pounds in a few months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain
;ure of all Throat and Lung Diseases
it McMaster. Brice & Ketchin's Droif
Store. Large Bottles $1.00. rhe
Star Shone Brightly on an Algiers Trio
Some days ago three very worthy
ntizens of" Algiers, La., Augustus
Etelvin, a joiner on Patterson st; Louis
Elyrael, foreman of the Yallette dry
lock, and Anthony O. Guillot, machinst
at Patterson and Oliver sts., all inlustrious
and accomplished mechanics
>f the highest respectability, bought a
>ne-dollar uefcet in tne Uctober Drawng
of the Louisiana State Lottery.
Yesterday when the drawing of the
ottery was announced it was found
hat the one-dollar ticket had wou oneifth
of the capital prize of $75,000.
Sor was their equinjmity disturbed by
,heir winning $5,000 each. ?New Or'ea7is
JDailv States, Oct. 14. *
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
<; We do hereby certify thai we supervise
the arrangements for ail the Monthly and
Semi-Annnal Drawings of The Louisana
State Lottery Company, and in person manage
and control the Drawings themselves,
and that the same are conducted with honesty,
fairness and in good faith toward all
parties, am we authorize tac company w
we this certificate, with t fa facsimile* oj .our
signatures attached, in its advertisements."
,NPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! t
U OVEK HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Company.Incorporated
in 1868 for 25 years by the
Legislature for Educational and Charitable
purposes?with a capital of ?1,000,000?to
wlich a reserve fund of over $550,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its
franchise was made a part of the present
State Constitution adopted December 2nd,
A. D. 1879.
Its Grand Single Number Drawing?
will take place monthly. It ntver
ncalct or postpone. Look at the following
187th Grand Monthly
Extraordinary Semi-Annual Drawing
In tl.2 Academy of 3Iusic, New Orleans,
Tuesday, lJccember 15,1885.
Under tne persona; supervision anu management
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Loaitiiana,
and Gen. JUBAL A EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL lritlZB, $130,000.
^'NOTICE.?Tickets are TEN DOLLARS
ONLY. Halves, Fifths, ?5.
LIST OF l-KIZES.
1 CAl'ITAL 1'iUZE OF ?150,000. .$150,000
1 GEAXD FRIZE OF 50,000.. 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE OP 20,000 w 20,000
2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000.. 20,000
4 LARGE PRIZES OF 5,000.. 20,000
20 PRIZES OF 1,000.. 20,000
50 do 500., 25,000
100 do 300.. 30,000
2u0 do 200.. 40,000
600 do 100.. 60,000
1,000 do 50.. 50,000
100 Approxi't'n rrizes 01 s-uu.. ?&i>,oou
100 do do 100.. 10,000
100 do do 75.. 7,500
2,279 Prizes, amounting to $522,500
Application for rates to clubs should be made
only to the office of the Company in New
Orleans. .. .
For further Information write clearly, giving
full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Oraers. or New Yck Exchange In ordinary
letter. Currency by Express (all sums of
$5 and unwards at our expense) addressed
M. A: DAUPHIN,.
New Orleans, La.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN.
"Washington, D. C.
Make P. 0. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
LOUISIANA NATIONAL BANK, . . .
New Orleans, La.,
STATT? \ATIO\AL BANK.
New Orleans, La.,
GERMAN J. A NATIONAL BANK,
New OrleaDg, La.
Ml FALL STOCK IS NOW
READY FOR INSPECTION.
have a full line of Fancy and Staple
Groceries, consisting in part of Floar,
Meal, Grits, Rice, Hams,* Bacon, Larii,
Molasses, Syrups, Tea, Sjpsar, Spices, etc.
ChII and ask to see my Coffee at 10 cents
and 12^ cents. A large assortment of the
Celebrated "Lavrabee" Crackers and
4 A l/\f Af \fonl'nrol ?n lrif.c onrl
VsitltCO. -n. 1VU Vi. *** ???suuw
quarter barrels, inspected and bought"by
myself before the aavanco.
My stock of Canned Goods is being daily
replenished with nothing but goods of first
quality and full weight.
A naw line of Tobaccos, and the Celebrated
"SWEET VIOLET CIGAB."
Woodenware and Tinware. A fuU assortment
of Staple Dry Goods, suck as
Jeans, Shirtings. Bleached Goods, Plaids,
Calicoes and Osenburgs. A Job in Gents'
Red Undershirts and Drawers. Something
| SHOE DEPARTMEXT.
This stock is full, and all I ask is au
examination. The goods were carefully
purchased, and a large number of them
made to order, and I will sell cheaper than
anywhere in town. Try me and if I don't
I will give you a pair of Shoes. All Goods
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Uiiojti?none u> ue cjmr&eu.
K. M. HUEY.
IX ALL SIZES, WITH AND WITH
RICHMOND "LEE", all sizesand styles. I
GOLDEN HARVEST, all sizes and
styles. . I
"The above Stoves are first-class ard warranted.
I have a full line of cheap Stoves j
from $11.50 to $20. Ail style? of HEATERS
for coal or wood.
Stove Furniture, ? ;
Stove Pipe, ? (
Sheet Iron, black and galvanized, "
Tin Plate, Solder, .
Valley Tin, Wire, Etc.
Hou?e Furnishing Goods,
Tin-ware, Hollow-ware, ' . ?
Shafts, Poles, Hubs, ]
Leader Chilled Plows, all sizes, ,
A nice lot of FANCY BUCKETS. !
J. H. C1JMMIXGS. J
Buy BICKHOBX FENCE WIRE.
The undersigned takes pleasin
informing the people of Fairfield t
County and the traveling public that he i
has taken charge of the WTSNSBORO s
iiv/1 jCjIj, aiiu is uu*v picpareii wj iwcivc
both permanent and transient boarders.
The building has just been repainted
and put in first-rate condition throughout.
The table will be supplied with the best (
that the local and neighboring markets s
afford, and no pains will be spared to in- (
sure the comfort of guests. 1
A Sample Koom is provided, convenient- I
ly arranged for the use of Commercial
A share of the public patronage is re- n
spectfully solicited. . v
A. F. GOODING,
Duke Durham Cigarettes, just
received at F. "W, Habeniclit's. j
DRY GOODS, f
THAT MUST BE SOLD OUT!
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LIKE OF GOODS IX STORE
V Vil UXU X V V M.
DRESS GOODS, DRESS FLANNELS, PLAIN AND BROCADED
Velveteen, Cashmeres, Ginghams, Bleaching-, in all standard brands, BedTicking,
Red and White Flannels, Clothing, Cloaks, Shawls, Blankets, Table
Damask, Towels and Toweling, Trunks and Valises. Also a line of
' TSOOTS AND SHOES.
which we intend to sell as low as any house in town, simply because we want
We will not say how and where we bonght these goods, but invite every
one to call and examine the goods and hear our prices and be their own judge
as to quality, cheapness, etc., ctc.
CENTER & CLARKEnT
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Four Mmi ail Six Mired Dollars
[pif3 Worth of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps,
"Rnnfs. Shoes and Clothin.o- to be closed out CHEAP FOR
[j^y I expect to leave Winnsboro shortly lor good,
and will commence on MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
2nd to close out my entire stock in each and every
DEPARTMENT, and then will be your time to get
BARGAINS in Ladies Dress Goods, such as COLORED
CASHMERES, WORSTEDS, FLANNELS, CALICOES,
CALL AND SEE US.
NEXT DOOR TO THE BANK, WINNSBORO, 8. C.
D. A. HENDRIX.
WITH A FULL STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
JUST RECEIVED, a full line of Black and Colored
Cashmeres and Dress Flannels in all shades at
Also a full line of Domestics, Notions, Circulars and
Cloaks. Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing.
I have a large stock, which I will sell at prices to suit the
Hats, Boots, Shoes and Trunks. To trouble to show
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD.
1 ME* WOOD WORK ^ ^
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For Sale by J. M BEATY & BRO., Winnsboro, S. C.
J5T" Agents wanted in unoccupied territory. 'Address DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE
COMPANY, 909 Main Street, Richmond, Va. Mtv23-ly .
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Demands that we shall no longer offer to the people of Winnsboro and Fairfield the
Largest Stock of Goods ever offered in our Town; that we shall no longer buy our
?oods on the Lien or Long Time System, thus losing the 12to 25 per cent, interest
ner annum invariably offered for
SPOT CASH. '
}ur buyer diligently worked for the Lowest Prices and best discounts when in New 1
fork recently, and we can now say we are in shape, and are willing, to make the ;
I.OW PRICES 4
o Cash Buyers the times demand of a Progressive House. We have endeavored to
nake our purchascs'iudiciouslv as to sufficient auantitv to eive our customers a nice i
.election, with, judgment as to fabric, with taste as to styles and designs. t
COME A3T.D SEE. c
falling attention to our Dress Goods (Buttons, Trimmings, etc., to match") we wiT ^
ay they are pretty. Our selection of Calicoes, Ginghams, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs,
dollars, Edgings, Etc., is better and cheaper than usual. Posted buyers will note the a
ow prices of our Flannels, Cotton Flannels, Bleached and Unbleached Shirting,
ileaclied Homespuns, Ticking, Domestic Goods of all kinds, etc., etc. c
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["he '-Gold" and "Silver" Shirts should be examined. F & C Collars will fit and
rear well. Our Hats are stylish.
SHOES AND BOOTS.
rhe reputation of our house in this line will be fully sustained this s?^son. Our
tyles are more varied, and our stock will meet the increasing demand.
REMEMBER THE CORXER STORE, ?
J. M. BEATY & BRO. \
Sept 26 IC
nnwts mr\T5 * CYD J
Anli tixiMx 1
Our buyer has returned from the North
the largest and best selected stocks of Dry1
and Clothing, ever exhibited in this town.
A GREAT MANY
LADIEa, vou must look at our fine lin<
are exquisite. Our Black Cashmeres are pe
Fancy Ribbons, in all the latest styles. Ou
and Newmarkets very cheap. A Grand Di
Kid Gloves?the cheapest vou ever saw.
A BIG DRIVE IX TOWEI
Don't forget to look at our fine line of I
large lot of BLAXKETS, which we purcha;
down. A Job lot of Hats at about half-pri<
MANY GOOD BARGAINS IX G
Look at our 50 cents Undervests, well
Ladies' and Gents' Trunks and Valises. T
tbem out low down.
Give us a call, and we will convince yo
AND HOUSEHOLD DECORa
MY STYLES ABE EXTIE
ISM ED, AND 1
I keep pace with the times, in PRICES
I have a new supply of SEWING MAC
ranted to give entire satisfaction.
LUMBER AND SHI
FURNITURE NEATLY REPAIRED
P. LAN DECKER &BRO
Announce the opening of a large and
assorted stock of
NEW FALL AND
CONSISTING IN PART OF
which we are offering at the most reasonable
For Men, Young Men, Boys and Chil-,
iren, in all the latest designs and coloring j
BOYS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS
From ?1.75, $2.00, ?2.30, $4.00, $.r>.00 up to I
i3T" For further details and prices we j
isk your personal inspection.
P. LAN DECK ER&BRO.
Fresli three times a week, from
Norfolk. The Celebrated Lvn
laven and James River Oysters, at
ftlnnsboro Ice House.
F. W. Habenicht, Proprietor.
HONOR YOU R DEAD.
X^HE undersigned, manufacturers of
American Artificial Tombstones,
vould call the attention of the public to
he fact that they have opened a
Manufactory at Winnsboro,
n Mr. W. A. Remedy's Shop, in rear of
he Court House. We now offer to those j
vho would like to mark the resting-places j
if their departed friends a tombstone that j
iVill Last as Long" as MARBLE,;
,nd as handsome, for less than half the i
ost of marble. Call and examine our!
irices and work.
Township and County rights for sale.
BLAtft. <K WALdHUtilt,
WlXXSBORO, S. C.
Kin^y Bros' Straight-Cat, Kin
j JtSros r uil L>ress, Humj ?>ros |
iweet Caporal, Duke of Durham |1
Cigarettes, Sitting Bull?Durham j:
Cigarettes, at F. W. Habenicht's.'
?ORD & pO.'S.
era Markets, where he has bought one of
Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps
j of Dress Goods and Trimmings. They
>rfectly beautiful, also our fine line of
r colored Velvets, a noby line of Jerseys
splay of Yankee Notions. Kid Gloves,
jS AJNJLI TAJBLtXj XjJJXXJJXB.
jadies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. A
sod at a sacrifice, we will sell them low
EXTS> FURNISHING GOODS.
worth $1.00. We are overstocked in
7e have no room for them, and will close
u that we mean what we advertise.
, D. WILLIFORD & CO. ^
ITIOXS, ARRIVED A2FD TO
EliY XEW, FINELY F0(VELLMOE.
PRICES TO SUIT THE
Bear in mind that I have a well*
bought stock, selected with the
greatest care. Experience and
judgment have both been employed
in making selections, ana the
^ goods will stand well on tiieir
gj ;:a? merits.
They have been BOUGHT LOW,
and they will be sold accordingly.
MSBBsB Goods well bought are half sold.
[ Bear in mind I keep.
B FIRST-CLAS GOODS
and deal honorably with all?making
i, STYLES and QUALITY. >
IHIKES as good as can be made, and warNGLES
, AT VERY MODERATE PRICES,
fi. W. PUILLIP8.
ONE CAR-LOAD OF WESTERN
Horses ai Mares.
ALL WELL BROKEN TO DOUBLE OR
SINGLE HARNESS, AND AMONG
THEM A FEW WELL GAITED
SADDLE HORSES, ^^
ALL OF WHICH WE WILL SELL LOW
FOR CASH, OR WILL EXCHANGE >
THEM FOR GOOD HEAVY MULES.
PARTIES WANTING EITHER
TO PURCHASE OR TRADE WILL
FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST TO
CALL ON US AT AN EARLY DAY.
A. WILjLXFORD & SON,
Winnsboro, S. C.
F1ESI AIRIYALS. 1
Cheese, Macaroni, Raisins,
Currents, Dates, Prunes, j
Almonds and English "Walnuts.
Young Hyson and Guupowder
Teas in One-Pound Cans
and ou draught.
Oysters, Beef Tongue, Ham and fi
Corned Beef in One and ^
Jellies, Apple Butter and ^
Also i good many other goods which. ?
will be sold at the lowest price for
S. S. WOLFE.
CIGAES! CIGAES!! CIGAES!!
Good Cigars at cents apiece, a
good Cigars '6 for 1U cents, good M
Cigars at 5 cents apiece, fine Cigars
3 for 25 cents, fine Cigars 2
for 25 cents, Superior Cigars 1 for
25 cents, at F. W. Habenicht's
Fresh Magnolia Hams at 12? cents *
per pound, fresb Shoulders at 6i cents.
A rxrncfn MaaI. -Flour. Stlinir. Coffin*.
Tea, fresh Oat Meal, and a fresh and
well assorted Tot of Canned Goods
always on hand. ^
Corn, Oats and Bran at the lowest
J3T Call and examine before baying
McCARLEY & CO* 4
Three times a week, fresh from
the sea. The best fresh Fish that ^ a
Charleston and other markets can w
furnish, at Winnsboro Ice House.
F. W. Habexicht, Proprietor.