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" WINNSBORO, S. C.
r Wednesday. June 20. : ; 1894w
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mb 11. 11. xowxe5, oi 1'OYCIiy Hill,
Edgefield county, has suggested the
name of lion. Gee.- D. Tillman for
Gov. Tillman has not passed on the
matter of military disobedience yet.
His judgment and decree will be made
known later on.
The South Carolina press seem to
be disposed to jar at Senator WaUh
because he is disposed to be a hustler.
We see no crime in a man pushing and
trying to make progress.
General Farley has issued a circular
to all new military companies to
driM ami prepare themselves, stating
that arms and uniforms will be forthcoming
as soon a* the Legislature
when an appropriation will be
made to buy them.
The Reform movement (as intended
Dy toe promoters or insugaiuis./ uaa
reached its base. The rank and file of
* "" the farmers are honest' in their intentions^but
the politicians who put on
foot and ploughed it with a double
line, Lordy, how they have behaved.
Governor Tillman's reward for
the apprehension and arrest of the recent
lynchers is a tremendous bluff.
It just about amounts to a grand jury
recommendation. If he really means
to catch these lynchers he can do it
beyond the shadow of a doubt, with
- _ the aid of a detective.
John Sam Veexer did not fcave
very far to gc to get in the Tillman
ranks. He ran on the indefinite, indefinable
John-Sam platform in 1890,
and a great many kept a close eye on
him then. What office does he want?
"We hope that he will net hare as hard
- a time as Judge Benet did in convincing
the Reformers that he is really
one of them at heart. May he light
y .. sow:
It is a great mistake to suppose that
the South Carolina College is not
thoroughly equipped. "We republish
this morning a very interesting letter
to the Newberry Voice of the People,
irritten by Col. Jos. W. Keitt. He is
a member of the board of visitors,
which recently inspected the work'
being done at this institution, and the
candid testimony which he gives
should convince the friends of this
great old institution that it is as well
equipped as ever to be. of great usefnlness
to the State.
Tiie Alumni of the South Carolina
College will hold their annual meeting
during commencement on the 26th and
27th of this month. A great many of
the Alumni are living in this county,,
and we hope that they will make an
effort to attend these meetings. Aside
from the duty they owe their Alma
Mater, the social feature will well repar
them. Old friendships will be
renewed, and we know the visit will
be made pleasant to them. The principal
object of the meeting is to keep
alive an interest in the old institution.
It deserves success, and its Alumui
? can do much for it.
We desire to call tbe attention o!
the various trial justices to the incom
plete preparation c?f cases sent up to
Court. A great many cases are sent
to Court without sufficient evidence to
warrant action. This greatly hampers
the Solicitor in his work and entails
great expense on I he State. Some of
them are not explicit enough?records
not full. In one case iu particular the
record was not to be had; all the
Solicitor could find was that there was
a man in jail for shooting some other
man in this connty. The Solicitor
rea nests all trial iustices to Dut full
names oI all initials; not to say George
W. Brown or Adam G. White, as the
case is, but write out in full George
Wilson Brown and Adam Glenn
White. Let your warrants contain
full name of all initials.
The campaign opened at Rock Hill
Monday. The candidates for Governor,
as far as we know, are Messrs.
John Gary Evans, W. II. Ellerbe, J. E.
Tindal and Sampson Pope. These are
all "Reformers", and we presume all
will run on substantially the same
.-?w. 'I'Ua n
^ body will not take any interest in the
campaign. They are not encouraged
to do so, for they have been practically
ostracised since 1S90. "We have no
special preference in any of the candidates
for Governor. Possiblv Mr.
Tindal would be more conversative in
his policy than any of them, but that
? very fact will operate very materially
against him- lie is not aggressive,
defiant, and has not got that ''essentially
destructive genius" which is
such a potent factor nowadays in put
~ ting a man into office.
We hare just as little interest in the
senatorial race as in the gubernatorial.
In it, as in the race for Governor, both
candidates are running on snbstan*
tially the same platform. Il is purely
a personal campaign. Governor Tillman
Trill depend upon liis prestige as
a "Refawmer", and Senator Butler
will rely upon bis well known personal
magnetism. "We do not care a
snap of the finger which wins.
That .Registration Law,
The matter ?f testing the constitutionality
of the regiftratiou law will
not come up at the present term of the
Supreme Court iu Columbia. The
Attorney General asked for time and
the Court granted it.
ui/uiuuuxitt AI iiC.xir.iv.
A Picnic at Rock Clty.-Otker I ems of
Ridgeway, S. 0., May 15.?Ou Friday
last your correspondent, with
others, was prevailed on to attend a
picnic at Rock City, given for the benefit
ot the pupils of the Ridgeway High
At an early hour, 5.30 a. m., the
pnpils, accompanied by their teachers
and friends of the school, left this
point for Rock City, reaching there
before Sol had risen sufficiently high
to make the ride unpleasant, with the
exception, however, of one of the
vehicles, which the young men said
was so heavily laden with precious
jewels that the wheels were not SHfficently
strong to bear ap the weight,
consequently this party of young
ladies and gentlemen, n?t pupil#, were
a little late reaching the city, and there
being no mechanics in the number, of
course were forced to depend on
frieiidu for tiie loan or a wagon ro convey
thein home. Through the kindness
of Mr. \V. R. Kabb, who is
always ready and willing to help
friends in need, they succeeded in
reaching home about midnight, feeling
some the worse for the day's trip. We
had hoped some one ot the uuincky
eighteen could give a description of
the trip, break down, etc.
There were all told eighty iu the
party, who were scattered here and
and there, uutil the bell notified them
that it was about time io satisfy the
inner man, where, through the kindness
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rutland,
to whom the party centainly feels
under great obligations, for the use of
their hall, the baskets were transferred
from the vehicles to the ball, and when
emptied three long tables groaned
under the weight of the nicely prepared
lunch of which all were in
humar of partaking.
Having finished this iepa>t, the
crowd ot young, middle-aged and old
amused themselves in various ways
until the time to return arrived, when
we directed our course homsward.
The only accident to mar the pleas*
ure of any in the party was the breaking
down cf one of the wagons, which
caused some delay in reaching home.
'OL. -1 .1 J _ A'. .. a L ...
me ueiayeu pariy, uuwkvit, buy uicj
had a delightful lime and minded not
the smash-up of their vehicle as ranch
as the more fortunate ones imagined.
The children appeard to ei.joy the
sights, going here and there, but it
puzzled them (the little fellow>) nw
little to understan 1 "why a rouster
would crow every time the anvil rock
we were giau 10 meei our vvuiig
townsman Mr. Jno. McEiciiern, who
cam? up Saturday on a risil to his
father's fauuly. Glad to find his
health reste red aud he looking so well.
IJe has a great many friends In and
around Iliclgeway who will always
give him a bearty welcome.
Still needing rain badly. Many gardens
almost ruined and crops suffering.
One of our oldest citizens sava we will
have no rain notil the moon lulls, and
we are inclined to think lie will predict
right this time, for the prospect is
anything else than favorable for rain
now. * x. y. z.
CHIPS FROM THE QUARRY.
T>t/y*t ft P .Tnnp 15 ?T P_ Rrnnts
^-7 v ~ - - -
has purchased from his friend Jackson
a fine Jersey cow. "Capacity, three
pints per day."
L. D. Robertson, the champion farmer
of this county, has bought a twohorse
wagon. The wa?on was made
in Winnsboro. He will start to ship
his mellons in the latter part of September,
if it will keep dry.
The picnic party from Ridgewa\
oATTrtH^rr fi T7A O
IIUUlUCi i.U? awui BCTCllll-UIV; ll?u u
nice time at the quarry on Friday.
The quarry people, about three hundred
and eleven, are making preparations
to attend the ice cream festival,
to be given by the ladies of Crooked
Hun, on June 20. The object is a
charitable one, and we hope it will be
W. F. Pearson h is been appointed
locomotive engineer for the Winnsboro
Gramite Company. He will soon receive
his uniform from Wannamaker,
who received the contract to make
The Rion Band meets at J. P. Brooks
every Tuesday and Friday nights for
practice. It is composed of some fine
James F. Bedding, President of the
Winnsbor* Granite Company, spent
several days at the quarry." He 'is
much improved after quite a sick spell.
It. T. Roberts has contracted with
several lai^e tin factories to supply
bim during the sumfaer months with
tin dippers, &c. The first consign
ment of three car car loads will arrive
in a few days. He will do principally
a bartering business.
The quarry people will try and hare
a representative in the Legislature
this year. Later on we will mention
The Blockmakers' Protective Association
will picnic at the river next
week. The President, W. H. Walling,
will have charge of all the arrangements.
They will be absent several
Manual for Southern Butter Maksrs.
In pamphlet form, brtef, pointed,
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l'UUttUlC auu. lUicit^giT fi AAVten
to meet a real Kant. The work
contains valuable information to be
had 110 where else, Written especially
for beginners and prospective dairymen.
Worth many times its cost.
Price 30 cents by mail. Publisned by
the anther Edwix Montgomery, Starkville,
See tlie World's Fair for Fifteen Cents.
Upon the leceipt of ycur address and
fifteen cents in postage stamps, we will
mail you prepaid our Souvenir Portfolio
of the World's Columbian Exposition
the regular price is Fifty cents,
but as we want you to have one, we make
the price nominal. You will find it a
work of urt and a thing to be prized. It
contains full page views of the great
buildings, with descriptions of same, and
is executed in highest style of art. If not
satisfied with it, after you get it, we will
refund the stamps and let you Keep tne
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Liver Oil is the greatest remedy yet
discovered for consumption and all
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STATE TICKET NOMINATED. !
Columbia Jley inter.
Editor Register: Please give space to
the following communication ami i
Please put before vour readers the j
following ticket for the Reformers of j
South Carolina, viz :
For Governor?W. II. Ellerbe.
For Lieutenant Governor?W. II.
For Secietarv of State?I). II. Tomp
For State Treasurer?W. T. C.
For Attorney General?O. W. Buchanan.
For Comptroller General?Jas. Nor011.
For Adjutant and Inspector General J
Fer Superintendent ?f Education?
W. D. May field.
For United States Senator?B. R.
. The names above referred to represent
the best, or among the best, men
in the Reform par'v of South Carolina,
and we ask that the good people of
South Carolina give this ticket heartv
Later we may suggest the names of
others for Ifcc other offices to be filled
by the votes of the people. We are
looking to the best interest of those
whom we think would thank us (did
they know us) for giving them some
points as to how to vote for the men
who will best represent them.
Dironouro A X"r> ArTTiVfFUlV.
to school commissioners. A
Circular t* Them About the New Department
of the Teacliei'g Association.
Superintendent of Education Mayfield
will send the following circular
to each school commissioner of the
"Columbia, S. C., Jnue 11th, ISO-k
"Dear Sir: I desire to call your attention
to the fact that a Department
of School Commissioners has been
provided for by the executive committee
of the State Teachers' Associa
- -- - mi IIr
tiou. School Commissioner jlros. ?v.
Keitt of Newberry has been appointed
to take charge of the department.
"Matters of importance will be
brought up for consideration during
the session. It i9 very much to be desired
that you be present and lend
your aid to" make this department a
complete success. The meeting together
of all of those who are in
charge of the public schools will result
in material good to the cause of
public edncation. They know the
wants and necessities of these schools
better than they are known by any one
else, and therefore, a general consultation
and discussion of the matters
affecting the schools cau but result in
in good. It is to be hoped that you
will find it convenient to be present
and participate in the work of this
department. "Very respectfully,
"\V. D. MAYFIELD,
"State Superintendent of Education."
WHO WILL MAY ao TO CONVERSE.
To the School Cojnmissioncr of Fairfield
County, S. C.:
Dear Sir?The authorities oi Converse
College authorize me to make
the following oiler of ot.e scholarship
of frci tuition in the collegiate department
of Coi.verse College to o;.e young
woman in each comity in the State of
South Carolina. Each scholarship is
..i. cxfi -...i i . .,,,.,.1 -p ... j v
WUi ill aim j;vuu x / v m ?/ ; v??. w.
1. The applicant must be at least 13
and not mure thm 18 years of a^o and
must be of good moral charac er.
2. The examination must be heid at
each couuty seat on Sam. d iv, Ausius!
18,189-1, or as near that ii ue as will
be convenient to the Schojl Commissioner
of aaid county.
3. Applicants must pass a written
examination on: 1st. Arithmetic and
Algebra to equations ot the second
degree; 2nd. Geography; 3.-d. U. 5.
History; 4Ui. English Grammar and
analysis, and ihe applicant passing the
best examination shall be entiled ^
the said scholarship.
4. The School Commissioner may
determine the snocesslul applicant or
appoint u carnuiittej to examine the
papers of the applicants.
o. If there are no app icants for ( xamination
on the da\ appointed the
ochcol Commissioner shall have power
to appoint one \oang woman to said
The School C?>nrni?M>nt r of e.ich
county will please repel to the pr sident
of Converse College ? ? soon after
the examination as possible officially
certifying 'o the mu-c ssl'ul applicant
Your attention to this ami vuur care
it) having thi- oll'-r ?ud?: known
through yoar county piper will be
greatly appreciated. Very truly,
?S. F. Wjlsjn. President.
Converse Coiege, bpartatiburg, 8. C.
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THE SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE
Is an Institution to bo Proud of--Its Many
Advantages Told by a Friend.
Newberry Voice of lice People.
Messrs. Editors: It was my good fortune
to visit last wetk the South Caro
iini Coliege and to have the opportunity
to inform myself, br persona] inspection,
oi its most excellent equipment
and o'f the great advantages it
offer* to young men and women desiring
an education, i had thought
that the institution had the appliances
and apparatus necessary for thorough
work, but my expectations were more
than realized. In all the classrooms
are found maps, charts, and such other
appliances as are needed and helpful
in illustrating and impres>ing a lesson.
Phrcir-a! frainintr aofS hand ill hand
with mtntal and moral training, and
to attain this enh there is a completely
equipped gymnasium in chargc of a
thoroughly competent instructor. We
witnessed the performance of this class
in physical culture and wete much
pleased, with the evidences ot thorough
The chemical department is thu?onghly
organized under a most cfflci< n?
head, ;-nd is *aid. by thojccompeio.it
to judge, u? be < qu:il to Ileidelbnrg or
any European University. From the
making of the s>imple.*t experiment to
the assaying of ores ai d soils, everything
is' at hand.
In the department of physics everything
necessary to illustrate natural
phenomena is at hand. In the class
room ot Fro/. Davis we saw some
Imilg WU1UU etpcoiui I Y picasgu na, ??u
which set us to thinking. It is a homemade
stereoptican. By means of a
mirror, two lenses, and a slide, properly
arranged, he is able to project a
picture upon a sheet SDme iO feet distant,
and in this wav most beautifully
and impassively illustrate historical
events; bringing, as it were, the historic
persoaages and places immediately
before the eyes of the pupils.
Cannot such an apparatus be in every
common school house in the country?
It is cheap and most efficient. I hope
every teacher from Newberry county
who attends the Mimmcr school at the
South Carolina College, ami 1 hope all
will attend alter attending their own
institute, will request Prof. Davis to
exhibit this apparatus.
The department of mineralogy, ;
geology and biology is fully equipped !
with nil flint is needful for thorough !
training along this line.
We had been under the impression
that the South Carolina College i* an
expensive institution. Such is not the
case. Good board can be obtained at
the Steward's Hall for $8 per month.
All necessary expenses need not exceed
$110 per annum.
The water, obtained from a well far
removed from contaminating sources,
is clear, cold and pure. This is an
important matter, and the excellent
health enioved by the students is in a i
great measure due to it.
Tlie faculty is composed of gentlemen
who arc* at the top in their respective
branches. They are able, enthusiastic,
sympathetic. What more can
be desired ?
"\Vith all of these advantages of personnel.
equipment, location and cheap
nebs, why is it that our youths do not
go to the South Carolina College?
Simply because they are ignorant of
the excellent opportunities within their
This grand old institution is historic
and deserves patronage.- The proud
rank which South Carolina has taken
among her sister States was made
possible by the South < urolina College
and has been achieved by her alumni.
She has a pround record. It i3 said
that out of the college bred men of the
United States who have attained to
positions of honor, trust and eminence,
? ** - .1 \ . ..
twenty pur cent nas ueen lurnisneu uy
the South Carolina College. Lei not
this proud record be lowered. Let not
this historic institution die for lack of
material upon which to exercise its
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copy of Guide to Health and Household
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with peifeet success. It soothes the
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Caused by Carelessness.
The majority of people die sooner than
they should- Evidence of this fact is growing
daily. Waring says: " Disease is not a
consequence of life; it is doe to unnatural
conditions of living?neglect, abuse, want."
Dr. Stephen Smith, on the same subject,
" Man ia luirn tft flnrl lrmtr 11 His
ease is unnatural, death, except from old
age, is accidental, and both are preventable
by human agencies." This is almost invariably
true of death resulting from heart disease.
Careless over-exertion, intemperate
use of tea, coffee, tobacco, alcoholic or other
stimulants are generally the causes of this
difficulty, and indifference to its progress results
in sudden death, or long sickness ending
in death. By the newspapers it can be
seen that many prominent ana hundreds of
persons, in private life die from heart disease
every day. '
If you have any of the following symptoms:
shortness of breath, palpitation, irregular
pulse, fainting and smothering spells,
paiii in wiumuei, uuc} va- <cuwf enuncu
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heart disease. If you delay, the consequences
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James A. Pain, editor of the Cony, Pa., Leader,
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Dr. Miles'.New Heart Cure is sold by all drug(fists
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per bottle, six for $5, eipren prepaid. It is positively
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rheumatism, rheumatic >gout, sciatica and |
nervous affectious. Send for descriptive ;
G-12 C. V. WARD, Manager.
folian Pari Hotel
A GOOD I'LACE TO SPEND TIIE j
'Where von can have
11 )?>tns and
Attention at a
A a ..>!! .? JA C 1 OriA Pant ( Ink 1.1/irVilO I
Al Ml UilUllItU U1 Jiuv mi in' iiigiiiD
ara al\va>8 wol, water cold ni.d pure,
and scenery grand.
For ia!( s write to
C. M. NEILD,
An iiiv.tation is extemle l
tD all panics to call at otir
store when ihev wed Pure
Dru^s at ilie lowest prices.
We receieed a large snpply
of all the remedies and blood
purifiers, such as Simmons'
Liver Regulator, B. I). B.,
S. S. S., P. P. P., flood's
and Ayer's Sarsaparillas,
Lemon n,nxir, kc.
ALSO TANGLEFOOT FLYPAPER
AND INSECT POWDER.
That we still h/.ve a laiyo
supply of AI la 11 lie Whiir
L<ad, Paints, Oils and Vaini-hes
BUSTS GMDl SIID
aift s ill in derrsnd. We I
have th<:ru. Give u* a c-ill.
Drug - Store.
\\J E HAVE OPENED IN THE I
H st..n? iooiii formerly used by us
as a Diablo a fine J!lie of
BOOTS, Etc. Etc.
And in fact the things that the farmers
need. We also sell ihe
Rock Hill Co.'s
We also have in stock HARNESS,
BRIDLES, SADDLES, &c., of
every description that will be
sold to suit the times. We
will also carry on our
LIVERY, FEED, SALE & I
EXCHANGE STABLES j
in rear of the store, and shall be pleased
to see our friends and customers, and
we promise to give them value for
[^Stables kept open day and night. HALL
& CRAWFORD I
WINNSBORO, 8. C. *
i^e nrAs^rint,inn for Infants
ither Opium, Morphine nor
it is a harmless substitute
ag Syrups, and Castor OiL
ee is thirty years' use by
i destroys Worms and allays
cnts vomiting Sour Curd,
1 Colic. Castoria relieves
nstipation and flatulency,
od, regulates the stomach
y and natural sleep. Gas?
,cea?the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
known to me."
E. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. |
" Our physicians in the children's depart- j
meat havo spoken highly of their experi- !
nee in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only havo among our 1
medical supplies what is known as regular I
products, yet we are free to confess that the j
merits of Castoria has wou us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensary,
Allen C. Smith, Pres.,
array Street, New York City*
Handsomest Cover F.ver Seen.
New Style Skeleton Case.
'x %r '' !- - ?.<? T wnr
ine umy jiacume inu win cew ua.uivWARD
as well as FORWARD without
stopping. Quiet Running, adjustib'e in
ail its parts.
WE SELL, TO DEALEKS ONLY.
UNION MANUFACTURING CO.
WM, PETER, Owner,
JUNE IS THE TIME
Mil 8AGA I'M SEED!
?. - |
A SUPPLY OF FKES1I SEED just
in. Other Turnip Ser-d' to lollow
LEMONADE AND ICK ORE AM.
A fresh supplv of Lemons, Extracts,
Chocolate, Corn St*rch, ere. Thin
Glass Tumblers, plain am! engraved,
Ice Cream Saucers, just received.
Another lot of Cups and Saucers,
Fiates (plain, scalloped and figured),
Pitshcis from pints to half-gallons,
Ewers and Basins, and several very
pretty Bed-room Sets. Call and see
our Crockery, for ve will be pleased
to show them.
We have 10 or 12 varieties of Beans,
and a full supply of Garden Seed, and
our usual stock of Drugs, Medicines,
Books, Stationery, etc., etc.
AT THE DRUG STORE.
McMASTER & CO.
A NICE LOT OF
And our stock of Groceries is
WHEN YOU WANT
Flour, Meal, Bacon,
bugar, Uonee, i obacco
Rice, Grits, Lard,
Roast Beet, Chipped Beef,
Tomatoes or Tinware,
Give us a call.
A, B. OATHCART.
PURVEYING DONE AND SOLICIT
i-ltxly JeDDicjjs, S. C.
Your * Sprii
Can be best supplied if
I make a specialty in keeping
cannot get in any other store ii
A pretty*)ine of Wool and Sill
lot of Black and White Laces
My line of Cotton and Was
1 . r\ _ t _
some, sucn as sateens, rercais
Colored, Calicoes, Muslins, Cr
Nainsooks and Lawns.
A big line of Notions. I hi
in this department.
My Hat stock is full. Som<
And when it comes to
You know my store is the pla
have a good stock of Gents' JF
ments are freshty stocked for t
* t i _ _i_i ?_
popular ana aesiraDie guuus
thing you may need and get i
can meet and none car
: to show goods, and less troubl
J. L. Mil
Q. D WILLIFOI
THE HOT WE4T
And you will need light weight goods
It will make you foel cool to look at
Check STainsooks, Dotted Swiss, etc.
Dimity, Swiss and Challies.
We have the Laces to suit all style
ceived in which are some beautiful p;
"We have a nice line of Silk Glove
Gauze Underwear at low prices.
The cheapest and prettiest Fans y<
We have added a full stock of Be
all the latest fashions. June fashior
We arc still offering Bargains:
of Ladies' Oxford Ties.
We have had a big trade in this d<
nnco nf ct<-k/?lr /liirinor .TnnP is
cash buys a pile of goods now. we
bis: value for it. Come and see us.
NEW km 9
WE HAVE JUST Rj
COME AND I
STIFF HA TS.
. LATEST SHAPE
T. H. KET(
The Latest Novel
TRDIHED HAT->, FLOWI
DRY ROODS, NOTIC
Agent for PIANC
ALWAYS ON HAND, BUGGIES, S
Don't forget I always have a fall li
ing Stoves and other good? at the Fnrni
jcky & en
PURE, OLD FASHIONED NORTH t
RYE WHISKIES, APPLE AND PE.
of pure goods for private use and medicinal
as standard, and we sen nouung out nign g
celebrated KEY bran J of old-fashioned han
packed in cases of one dozen bottles. We c
N. C. "Poplar Log" Corn Whiskey, $i.2J I
Bye Whisfcey, $2.00 to $3.00, accordirg to
Apple Brandy, $2.00.
Peach Brandy, $2.15.
We can furnish Corn Whiskey in cases of
pints, half pints and quarts, ready for use, a
Can make special prices on barrel shipme
country of old Corn Whiskey, ripened and m
it for private use.
ng 4* Wants
wjiy store. You will find that
a line of novelties you
k Dress Goods. Also a nice H
and Insertings for trimmings. I
h Fabrics are large and hand- H
Dotted Swisses in White and H
epons, &c., White and Black. V
ive some special good bargains fl
" i. i r*. _i'%" 1
2 very nobby r eits ana ocraws.
ice to buy that all the time. I fl
urnishing Goods. All depart- fl
;he spring trade with the most H
t at a price you can afford to
1 beat my prices. No trouble
e to sell them. ,1
?Tl _ _ Ma.raiMir
BER IS COHDie, 1
"We have them and at right prices. p
; our White Goods in Plain Lawns, I
Also full stock of Figured Lawns, |
;s of goods. A new supply just-iW
atterns in the fashionable butter color.
s and Mits, and can please yon in *
ou ever saw.
itteriek's Patterns and can show yon fl
1 sheet now ready.
in SHOES. A specially niee line /?
epartraent and want to clean oat bai- ?
vonr time to fret bargains. A little .J*-,
/ ~ ' O <J m \: |f'
want your cash and will give yon . ^
)WELL & RUFFTvj
wi iQti mvc
11 julott HA Jt 5*?:. iS
ECEIVED A LOT OF
EN'S HATS, j
r i _
SEE THEM. ;
CRUSH HATS. J
!S AND SHADES. . I
3HIN & CO. j
of the Season.*
:ks, kibboxs, TV;
? s *?
LTHEBS. VEI1MC*. KJC4 JL
IRS, FANCY GOODS, 1
)S and ORGANS- _
Prices Easy. j
tJRREYS, CARTS, WAGONS AN^^~
ne of Furniture, Baby Carriages, Coot- *
iture Store, next door to W. C. Beaty** A
Q. BO AG. '
a. N. C.,
CAROLINA IIAND-MADE CORN AND " ^
1CH BRANDIES. We make a special^
1 purposes. Our brand > are all recognizM
raae gooas. we are so.e pn>puewro w*. mjo -
d-made Corn Whiskey and Apple Brandy,
luote as follows in lots from 1 to 10 gallons:
to *3,03, according to age.
charge for kegs and jugs, aj
1,2, 4, G and 8 doz?n bottles to case,to ..9
it low prices. 3
nts. We have the largest stock is tb? I
tellowed by age, and esptcialty rtcxaamtai Jfl