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dreaw WM~SH & WRIGHT
no, 12 - Auggsta, Ga.
PEOPLE te kniow that we hiayo a good
Painter and a good Trimmer, end that
we are thoroughly prepared to do good
Is well seasoned, being from two to three
willaattend to the 1orpp8hping,depart
We sell the famous Tredoegar Horse and
Mule , Shoes, Southern . manufacturo,
Also, the Brodnzed Horse Shoe Nail, liest
in the market:.
All work aslepreented,, or o charge
Prices as loW as any respons. ble'.frm,a
in the county. 9
sept 8-- *he+lnighhatnd PaiIri'ert.
T H EAl UJG U
STILL IN T
QUCCESS has smiled on my short pi
kday will offer greater bargains than (
list, which I will warrant to be as chen
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES-Boughi
the same at prices never before hoard
HATS, HATSt all grales a t41
50 centp, sold0 .- Wre at 85 4
10 dozen La4ii iats to bdijbdll :
DRY GOODS, b
calicoes, 6t cents.
Good Linseys at 15 " y
Kentucky Jeans Cothmenci'ig 10 "
Kentu.ky Jeans, something 1
extra, 20c. up to the finest 33*" A
Cassimeros and Tweeds from 25 cts.
up'to the finest pants' patterns at I
four and five dollars. I
Heavy Csnton Flannel, sold every I
pl(.co at 15 and 16 cts., only 10 cts. (
Bleached Shirting commencifig at
6 cents up to Fruit Loom, 4-4
shirting, 10 cents. I
Wamsutta 4.4 shirting, 121 " I
Lonsdale Cambric, 15 "
Towels commencing at 8 cents ard
.ranging up to-the line Damask,
at 25 and 30 co4ts.
S LrJOHNL. I]
The Loader of Low. Prices
-FOR DESIGN AND WORK
Before making your purchasqs el wh
LUM:l A: P ' I ES )O U
AL~O f R1 A EI
I keep on hand. a fullU maipyly of
Coffins of Ebe finest' finish. Also, a et~
oct 22 ' R
A.fine lotcof-Augusa-Flour-of various
~Sun Beoam, Sno0w Flake and Pilot.
A fi esh lot 9f M4cke,el' Fisli. in bar-i
rols, kegs andAkitd.- Frtesb *Bolte(-Meat -
aild PNar Grist.
A nico lot of Irish. Potatoes and
Onions. Cheese, Oraelksersdru.
50 lbA. ;best Gre"n' Tea ($ 504 ps-b
I havo just recivod a mece lot of.Indian
no.v 12 WM. HI. DONLY.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
rbHE largest stock of. the above ever
efofrod by him. Great inducemnents
to cashi customers.
oet, 17 -U. . DESVOR TES.
MUT TERU WB
J. O. B2A, ettMfi
ofit sysem and on and after Mon.
iver as ou will see by 'my price
p as 04ester, Columbia or Charles
for hartvash and will be sold for
(esm- A big drive in a man't ha at
dnd:-fourth their original cost.
Save your co'ppers, just think what
ou can buy for one dollar in fancy
44 buttons for shirts or calico 5 cts.
xthur & Co.'s Needles, Sharpe, sold
everiy place at 10 ets., only 5 ets.
ins, 3 "
rairpins, 2j "
'ine Toilet Soap, 3 "
lood acbine Cotton, 200
yards, Black Spool, . it
iteel Thimblei, -metal lined, 2 "
Wst Unlaudried Shirt made, 95 "
very good Unlaundried Shirt,75 "
Don't forget the place.
TM.A so E.'E3,
-- - Winnsboro, S. C.
NTED AS REPRESENTED.
A new supply of- Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic..
tures, Wfl Pockets, Brackets,
'Uirrors, Spiing Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For i4es, cal at the first
T THE TIMES.
DO4E AT AOfSATE*P1RtCES.
T~ MAINE 'NO.01DER.
hietalic' and Roskwood. Cases and
eap stock of Ckoffns.
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' N JANUARY next we will issue the
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Dauso of Edlucation in general. To bring
it'within the reach of all, we have fixed
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oct 22-xt3mn 17 North 7th St., Phil.
IT Is TIlE
ONLY SEWING NACHIIN)
It has Self-letting liwsdie.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Ia thb ightest Runnn1i
A Newa.ni Bike eD'eVIe
Wtindig% be Bobbir
'theut d b Lie .
flai. 0 AIOy Mi.?
The W orld's' Greatest Show, and Ten
TIMES TIE GREATEST AND GRAlDEST ON EA UTH.
WILL EXHIBIT AT WINNBORO, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27.
HO WE'S Gret London Show'.
SANGER'S ENLARGED BRITISH MENAGERIE, AND
THE GROTESQUE MARDI-GRAS CARNIVAL,
'E. ' A. .. .-3r~ -12 ___A O -
Purchased from an English Duke, with drivers, buglers and guards, cos
tumes included, at a cost of $10.000. The costly equipago is
drawn by six Flemish Horses, and is a literal
ROYAL PLEASURE LIFE IN THE MOTHER COUNTRY
TEN WORLD-FAMOUS LADY RIDERS,
Led by the Expert Principal Equestrienno and only Female four-hors
Rider in the Word, M'lle ELISE DOCKRILL. Twelve suporb MALE
EQUESTRIANS, Headed by the undisputed bareback King of the Arona,
* FR.aWCE SCO0 BRO WV
TWwoexa"3r Ton of'.EL '3.ant'M-2DisI.,
FIVE ELEPHANTS IN PYRAMID,
Military Drill, play ing Eloquent Music, Dancing Waltz aid Quadrille, Standing
on Rind Legs, etc.
Inspired by the Australian Athlete, FRANK GARDNER, in ik Terrific
LEAP AND DOUBLE SOMERSET OF THIRTY-EIGHT FEET
OVER A HERD OF ELEPHANTS.
With his trained horse "Ellington," and the celebrated
STUD OF SEVEN TURKO-SERVIAM1J HORSES.
TI SWIM M I TrG- Q,U E EN
Six minutes under water.
SEVEN rOLD-COVERED CHAR10TS
f stupendous size and narAelousabenut.
LAPLAND DEER AND ZEBRA TEAMS
AWLIONESS AND THREE NURSING BABIES-,ps
DEN OF SIX TAWNY PANTHERS I
GROUP OF FIVE ROYAL BENGAL TIGERS.
LAIR OF EIGHT GRAVE.ROBBING ITYENAAS
Manipulated in open dethe streets (uring the Pageant.
WOMAN WITH HAIR FIVE FEET LONG,
-WITH TIE MOST
C;iganxtic4 'VV711<C. 1E30ED4. T- r SX-XO'>n ,
Ever congregated uider neres of water-proof pavilions, and the
inest Act of Spring-Board Leaps ; Best Feats of Tumbling
The most elegantly dressed people, and the
LARGEST COMPANY 01F CIRCUS PERFORMERS EVER SEEN
In any one establishment on.earth.
Gorgeous Free Street Procession. 800 People, 800 Horses and 100
The ficent Tableaux Cars, All1gator Whale pnd atiry Cliniot% Bilinnt CotImes
and 001=ioUthd IHarness, the ever popular MSAR DI QU1AS C~ARNIVAL,, the amusing MoWitini.
m eAutia, 1g0 iFils, manners and waving Pimnest and an eadless catogto of ienationat
slg14wo h coh ingh hdreCds Of, M110l9 to wit.negs; tihe whole grand display enlivened ftnd eil.
TWO FULL MILTTA"Y BANDS OF MUSIC.
ememnber the London alone perforis all its 1veitis and that Its rord Is brighter and
clearer than that of any contemlporatry. No trip1g 0tihMOnt over receiveit sneii eiiiogia_
toPo'tle,and hearty praise from thte liberOL9( ra ir.rnodfiwit p4blld. iiAt IOV h
WNothwlthatanding the tinendouslncreased piop6rtlo of its RA' SOW th
50.Cents forAdults and 25 Cents for Children under Nine Years,
10sMeit Seats 96 Cents Extra....
wo' Performances Daily, at. 2 and 7:30 p. m;., Doors open one hour
ChESTER, NOVIMBER 29&; .. WlNSaORO, NOVEMBER 274