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Crah W . .le . 6 . a I
by, l o a1cros li tow uship no. I prIO
David P. Crosby to Lizzie A. Crosby,
88 acres .In township- no. 1; price
W. II. Abell to J. M. Galloway &
Co., one lot at White Oak; price
Sarah T. Gibson to Win. J. Shelton,
the right, title and interest of the con- t
veyor In a tract of 482 acres inl town
ship no. 1; price $650.
John M. Wilson to Stephen Fee, 46
acres in township no. 3; price $1065.
8.-1. Cameron to H. U. Terrace, it
275 acres in township no. 2; deed of 9
S. H-. Cameron to Lee McAfee, 976
acres in township no. 2; deed ,of, gift.
Jno. B. Davis, Sheriff, to James D.
Ifraser, 26 acres in township no. 14;
W. F. Rutland to Thos. P. . Ligon,
100 acres in towinsilpi no. 9; price
Beverly M. English and Harriet F.
IPnglisb to John G. Mobley, the right,
itle and interest of the conveyoi a in a
raet of 160 acres in township no. 1;
T. Ellison Cloud to Samuel Sins,
13 acres in township no. 6; price
W. W. Entzminger to Hattie E.
Cantzminger, 163 acres in township no.
1; price 3000.
W. A. and James A. Clarke, Execu
ors, to'Starling Glenn, 100 anres in
ownship no. 9; price $220.
MARRIED-On the 20th instant, at .
lie residence of the bride's fattlier, by
lie Rev. T. W. Mellichamp, Mr. J.
PUaIEn S-riw.ArT fo Miss ELLA Ox.)-m.:
ripn, all of Fairfleld County, S. C.
ATTENTION I G. L. I.
Y()U will assemble tt The.spian Hall
. Ihi-i (Thursday) evening at 7.}
e lock, f'atigue equipnientsg, without uni
'orm, lor drill and inspection.
J. 1-. CUMMINGS.
oot 29- tl I fit Sergeaint.
PRICE'S BAK ING POWDERS,
PRICE'S FLAVORING EXNiIACTS,
?RICE'S COLOGNE ON DRAUGHT.
Another supply of the FOREST
P'LO WElt COLOONIE, andi a variety
>f Preparations for Coughs and Colds,
Jy %W. E. AIKE-N.
DR. W. E. AIR EN,
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
VINNSBOIO, 8. C.
A LL persons holding claims against
the county of Fairfield will present
bhemn 10 the OLerk of the Board of I. ountyI
'30mmissioners by the 1st of November.
188.J. A. IllNN ANT,
oot 5-txtd C. B. C. .
Dress Goods, Laces, Collars, Cuffs,
Boots, Shoes, Neckties. Hlats, Caps,
Notions and oceans of New Goods.1
Prices Lawv, First, Last and All the
Time. SUoENniEIMER & GIIoEsOHEL.
CHEESE! CHEESE Ii
A FRESH supply of Cheese just re
ceived anid for sa c at
J.'M. hEATY & Ce's,
sent 1 -On the Corner.
rpHIE undersigned begs leave to say
Ito the public that he is now run
ning a first-class Shaving Saloon in
esvery respiect. None but comp etent
and expert workmen are emplloyed,
amnd those who wvill favor us with their
custom are guaranteed satisfaction.
Done in the latest anid neatest style.
Don't forget to call and give me a
trial, anid .I will please you.
J. Mi. McCALL,
Opposite Dr. Aiken's Drug Store.
THlE SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE
AGRICULTURE AN.D MECHIANICS
WILL be opened for thme Instruction
of the young men of the State, on the olh
OCTOI3ER, in the buildings of the otd
South Oarolina College, with the lollow
ing Faeulty, viz.:
WM4. POROJHER MILES, LL.D.,
President and Professor of English Litor
JA MES WOODRLOW, lPn. D., D. D.,
Professor of Geology, Mineralogy, Botany
Professor of Muttlhemautics and Natural
'WILLIAM B3URNEY, Pui. D.,
Professor of Analytical and Agricultural
Chemistry and Experimental
TiUITION FREE TO A LL. Room rent
for the year $10. For further information
apply to the Scretary at Columbia, S. C.
By order of the faculty
Seeretary of Faculty.
Columbia, S. C.. August 13, 1880.
Dry Goods and Notions for every
body and prics lowv at
SUoENHEIMER &, GROESCHIEL.
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G. L. .-J. H. Cummings.
Jnst Arrived-W. E. Aiken.
Aleck Patterson, the colored, bar
her, isks us to say that the report that
he cheered for Garfield or advised
colored men to vote the Radicli ticket,
Is entirely untrue. le says he Is still
a Democrat, and will vote for' Hanl
cock, Hagood and the whole ticket.
Booi-KEEPINO .-Prof. James Bar
toi, of North Caso6lina, is now at
Birown's Hotel, for the purpose of
giving lessons In book-keeping, under
a new system which is commended as
specially adapted to the needs of busi
ness men. Professor Barton comes
strongly endorsed by promnent mer
chants In the several towns where he
has taught. His terms are liberal,
and lie guarantees perfect satisfaction.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Since our last report the following
transfers of real estate have been en
tered in the office of the county audit
Jas. H. Rion to Nathan Means, 4
acre in township no. 14; price $40.
Charles Tims to A. M. Timq, 39
acres in towvnship no. 9; price $273.
Eustasia Chappel to Elizabeth J.
Nelson, 24 acres in township no. 8;
James A. Bice to Charles A. Dick
ey, 51 acres in township no. 2; prico
Reuben Motlv to W. J. Davis, 15
acres in township no. 8; price $120.
Thos. B. Madden to James A. Brice,
43 acres in township no. 14; price
D. S. Rice to Spencer R. Wilson, 12
acres in township no. 11; price $94.20.
Jno. B.' Davis, Sheriff, to Anna L.
McCarley, A acre In township no. 14;
Thos. B. Madden to Sarah L. Cath
cart, 800 acres in townthip no. 4;
Sallie M. Robertson to J. H. Cum..
ings, 170 acres in towvnship no. 3;
W. H. Kci-r, Clerk of Court, to HI.
L. Elliott, 145 acres in township no.
6; price 8300.
Jno. B. Davis, Sheriff, to Ji. C. S.
Brice, two lots in Winnsboro; price
W. B.'Creight to W. K. Turner,. 50
acres in towvnship n. .14; prnice $800.
Jno. B. Davis, Sherifl, to G. W.
Crawford, one lot in Winnsboro; price
G. W. Crawford to Jno. J. -Neil,
same lot above ; price $500.
William Ogleshy to Lizzie A. Cros
by, 81 acres In township no. 1; price
Margaret J. Shaw to Robt. M. Tiuey,
4 acre in Winnsboro; price $1000.
0. RI. Thompson to Jno. J. Neil, 44
acres In township no. 14; price $3500.
N. P. Myers to Wylie J. Davis, 122
acr~es in township no. 7; price $010.
W. B. Creight to Willard Richard
son, 474 acres in township no. 14;
J. W. Caldwell and Mary J. Cald
well to Calvin Brice, 88 acres in town
ship no. 2; p~rice $1000.
C. B. Lyles to Lou C. 4les, 234
acres in township no. 10; deed of
G. H. McMaster' to Margaret C.
Thompson, one lot in Winnsboro;
price not1 stated.
Carolina National Bank to Jnio. W.
Lyles, Trustee for Sallie L. Feaster,
814 acres In township no. 1; price
John Robertson to Luke Jones, 68
acres in township no. 6; prIce $28
Sarah Gladden and others to S. W.
McLurkin, 25 acres in township no.
.1; price $100.
Mary Mecean and others to D. P.
Crosby, 200 acress In township no. 1;
S. B. Clowney, Assignee of A. M.
Newbill, to Anderson Mayo, 521 acres
In township no. -; price $850.
Middleton C. Armstrong and others
to Sarah E. Crawford, 115 acres In
township no. 0 ; pruce $287.50.
Margaret Armstrong and others to
Middleton C. Armstr~ong, 198 acres in
township nto. 09; price $1155.
Middleton C. Armnatt'ong and others
to Margaret A rmstrong, 187 acres in
township no. 9 ; Price $023.83. -
Martha J. Freshley and others to
John C. and George A. Swygert, 150
acres In township no. 11; price $4000.
Thos. W. Brice to Ella N. Mackoroll,
8 acres in township no. 2; price $80.
Tobias McDuffle to Phwo Price, 4
acre in Winnsboro; price $176.
The Wlnnsboro B. and L. Associa
tion to Maggie Chappell, one lot in
Winnsboro; price $400.
C. P. A. Broom to S. W. Broom, 50
acres in township no. 9; price $350.
Sallie 0. Nelson to Adelaide D.
Jlanahan, 0r10 lot In WVjnnsboro; price
O~t N~osily viiint thte f'at few
OaMtt ,tit Ias beon improved. and l'roughit
vltI in the rede4l of every ?nO: old in priu'elIlo
44e-wi.h6 *1t inveilioniwag made and tie
Iret patent t6k1n out nearly twenty yea 1go,
n easeim at that thne anil worn o.ver
ince, are noarly as good as now. itead 'tho f61
awing which is only one 'ot the many h'nm
[rods; your jeweiers can tell of shnlar ones:
MANSFIRLD, PA., May 2, 18T8.
I have a customer who carried one of Boss'
latent cases fifteen years and I know it two
'cars before he got it, and It now appears good
Dr ten years longer. it. R. MLNIy,
Itemenber that Jas. Boss' 1s the only patent.
ase made of two pates of solid gold (one out
ide and one inside) covering ev%.ry part ex
ofed to wear or sight. The great advantage
I these plates is apparent to every oe. Bass'
l the only paent case with which theme Is
iven a written warrant, of which the following
See thatyou get the guarautee with onclicaso
sk your jeweler for illustrated cata.logue.
Oct 9-ly ftmchl -
'ALL AND WINTER
'LOTHING, HATS AND BUR
AV the Great Clothing Store of
SUGENIEIMER & GtoEsouEL. F
hvory one in want of Clothing shonld
go to the CLOTHING STORE
of Sugenbeiriner & Groes
chel, before buying as
the larg3st and
'tock of these Goods ever offered in
Winnsboro will be found there.
HOW TO BET.
Don't bet on elections, but bet
our botton dollar that Sugenheim
r & Groeschel can suit yon for the
3ast money of any house in town.
70 select our Clothing with watchful care,
We try tio always9 del with you fair.
re.'ro boind to Ileaso.-ever r eady to I ry,
Cono and see us when you want tu buy.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
ATHANS 11OS.' Old Cabinet Rye,
1803, Ol Roanoke Whiskey, 181).
Iso, Rotterdam Brandy. Col Ham for
rich from 11 to 1 o'clock every day .
J H AYE recentl'y mado extensive addi
L ions to my stock of Wines and
iquors. w:hich consist, of a full asa.rt
m:ent of Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey..
'rench Brandy, Apple lirandy, P'eachm
randy, Sherry WVine, Scuppernong Wine,
hIampagne, ete , etc.
JMD I claim to sell the FINEST AND)
'URESTf RYE WHIISI(EY to be had in
Vinnsboro. Give it a trial.
I also also k- ep on hand a full supply o1
'SEGARS AND TOBACCO,
n great variety, and adapted to the tantes
Call at the PALvETTO HOQUSE, in the
Vmnnsboro Hotel building.
mo 7J. OLENDININ4G.
Clothing for Men, Youths and
3oys, wvell made, good quality and
~lways cheap in prlice.
SroENHiEIMER & GROEsCHiEL.
~UGARS, assorted. Coffces, Rio,
*Lagtuiavrat and1 Old Gov. .Javat.
ho and~ Old Gov. Java Roasted.
['eas, Black, lImp erial, G unpowder
nud Young 11ysonl.
Pears, Penches, Pi neapples. To
natoes, Sal momn, Cornmed Beef, Deviled
flam and TLurkey, Sardines, &c.
Macarioni nntd Cheese, Ginater Pre
ier'ves, Pini Ilead~ Oat Meal, Coopoi
Jelatine, Mustard, Black Peppier and
Unid(1win Calsnp, Cross & Black
veil's Chow Chow, Empire CThowv
Thow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
in's WYorcestershire Sauce.
J. F. McMASTER & (00.
r 'IS is an Association of business men,
Iwho, for their mutual prom ection,
~ontribute towar:.1 a fund, so as
*n case of death, i oir families may re
solvo. from $2.Ii00 t(' $5,00nl, according to
mrount of certifioate. This Is one of the
eaet plans of life insuranco. You pay as
rou go, just like fire insurauce, and with
rnore convenienceo 'an. ns von pay by
smnall instalments during thio year. We
refer to those best acuainted with us,
t'iz. members in Fairfield: G. HI. Me
Mhaster, Jan. A. Brice, Jno. B. Davis, D).
[I. Flenniken, B. Sugenheimer, J. W.
kicOreight, Jno. J. Neil, 'Thomas h. John.
ion. J. Giendininag, R. B. Hlanahan, iR.
~feanq Davis, Jas. Q. Davis. Any one
hant should liko to becoipe a membor will
iprly to 0, C, B3ACOT,
ot 2 Agnt.i
TII 1E SIC HOUSE OF TlESOUTJ
EtiMOVAL TO OUR
New Double Store
An Immense Music Ten:ple.
Two largestores, eaoh 30 foot front mt
four storios high, fronting on threo stret
ind filled from cellar to loft with mnusic
s1upplies. Nothing to compare with it
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRAD
AND MOR2 TO cOku2
During the ten years since our estatl
ishimont of our house wo havo dovelopt
ho music trado of the Houth to a woL
ler'ul degree, but as yet we have only b
,un. Wesee, not many years ahead,
>usinosa of a tmillion a . ear, and to talc
are of' this enormous trade we have prc
'ided our present mamiintoth wareroomif
?all trade 188' will be immense. Wo a
-Cady for it. For nionths our senior part
ter hia boon at the North contractiu
vith Piano and Organ manufacturors f<
11truments. ly las concluded m:
dvatntageous contracts. ani the Pianc
1d Organs are "'coming, coming" 100,00
n1ore, by overy steamer. New StIle, No,
Iices. New Terms, New Etoro, 'Now D(
TPECIAL OFFER, FALL 188(
Cash prices with three Months credit..
3uring monthu (if A'-, Sept.. and Oc
vo will sell Pianos nm d Organs at Lowi.
AnJ PIC:Es, payal 25 (31ash on a 1
-mo or $10 Cash on ant Organ, with ti
>jalnc in thro months, wuiour zNTF
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFIEI
Write for Illustrated Catalogues am
iow Prico Lists for Pall I b0 and pr
are to be astonisled.
LUIRDEN & 1R ATE8
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealer
A tE no offering for the illspectio
of the citizens of F'airlleld the
11ALL AND WINTER STOCK. Em
l'lftiepatment of '1)ress Goods, 1)i
Goods, Clothtitg, Genits G oods at
Hats, is full npl ilth goods tiat ha'
bteen CARIEF'ULLY SELECTEI
'Te gnality' of onr Goods is F1W
L)LASS, and they wiill be sold as lo
Ffs anyblody' can or will sell thcem. V
IIEAIDQ UA llTER H
For all goodls in our line. In Sho
we are' second~ to none1t. Ini gnatli
thov aire a1s good as8 are shonwnin ill l
or any ot her tuket. Remc.inher y
sell thec folloing- brzads, andl th~
every pair are warranted:
We have sold these brands for TE
YEA RS, and1( theoy have ahvav's givi
enitire sattisfaction. As for prices, nt
body shalil Inn udersell us.
Wfe have a nice line of Carpets<
hand, and are still selling the celebri
ed P'EARL SHRT, as we can find i
McMASTER, BRICE & KETICHII
TilE NEW YORK
JAMES GORDON IIENNET, Propriet.
TiHE BEST AND) CHEAPEST
ONE DOLLAR~ PERl YEAIE,
FIFTY CENTS FORL SIX MONTH
Au nExtra Copy to Every Club of TFen.
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thani three miont ha.
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wo allow nto commnis5iona on subscriptitons
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NEWV YORK 1HElRALJD,
8 oadway andi Ann Street, Noew York
BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS!!!
wiorth of Boots anid Shaoes at
ELDER & CO.'s. Comio and bny
pair. We can snil yon in price.
rT'UE books for the collectioyi
t town tatxes will be0 open onil
1st of October, and( renahl~ O >en un
the 1st of December'. .My ofhlco Is
the store of Messrs..J. Elder & Co.
E. S. C.HANDIA7R,
sept 30 Clerk and Treasurer,
WINES AND LIQUORSi
WOULD most respectffully inform
my customers and tho citizons of Fal -
field generally, that I keep in stock a
fAil supply of ilne Liquors, Cigars,
Tobacco, &c., &c., and guarantee
satisfaction to (ily one giving me a
trial. My stock consists as folloi :
* IPORTED IQ(UORS
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNA'
a BRAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
id RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISKEl S
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MOIIINO DE MORA SHERRY a
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. i. MUMM & CO.'S 1tHEIMS -
GENUINE RIIINE WINE.
DOME NTIC lIQUORS.
a SARATOGA PU lIE RYE WIIS
- NATHAN'S 1863. CABINET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE WI1S
itK 41 Y
j KEESE'S ''OWN" RYE WHISKEY. t
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
CELEURATED PFElIFFER1 E. RYE
- KENTUCKY BOURBON WIllS
PLANTATION R YE WHISK I
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACII
NORTH JCAROLINA SWET MASh
El CORN WJIISKEY.
PLANTATION CORN WI! ISKEYS
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCIE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VE RY FINE OL) CLARET WINE.
I0,1E MADE WINES.
I KEG DRY SCUPPERNONG WINE.
u 1 KEG SWEET'l SCUPPERNOX
.v 1(KEG SWIEETL CATIAWVBA WINE.
e. MYALTI IQUJORS:
'T-. BERG ER & ENGiEL'S CELEBURAT
~v ED LAGER~ R'ER ON IUIAUGUT'I
e AND) BOT1TLED.
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
*Y PURtE NATUlRAL APPOLONA
OMCIARS AND TOBACCO.
THlE AMERICAN TIWINS CIGAR
S FOR 25 CENTS.
' THEl h AVANA CIJAIIOOTCS-5
CENTlS EACh .
m Tr. W. BLACK WELL'S SMOKING
mI CHE WING TOI1ACCO-TrII1EIE
THE BEST MIXED BEVERAGES
OF TlIE SEA SON SERVED
AT ALL hOURS OF
THE DAY, TO SUIT THiE MOST
S. VERY RIESPECTFcULLY,
F. W. IEARENIO3IT.
ma8 REAR OFiTOWN HALL
AL esoswo ogtotc
fro me la7 srigo1m1hs
p lL h~Ofepre who bougt to.a
full payment wvill ho roquired.
Prompt paymont will only enablo
mo to accommiodato themn next
a~ CORN AND FODDER
- Delivered at my Stable on Conigress
Street, located one door so'uth of theo
of Ladd building.
at sept 2a
1yuwant tosave money go to
ScannuEDIRrn Ar GnawSCUEL
FALL AND WINTE Gna O3
UW BEG leave to Inform our cuRtoners and the public. generally, that we
lately disposed of our Grocery Department for the purpose of making moroe4,
om for our
Which are now in store, and have been marked at prices.to indie quick sales., W4
annot enumerate the i arious kinds and styles, but cordi.illy Invite all to oftil and o
imine our stock, and we shall endeavor to make it the interest of all to purchase.'
CL OHING, HIAT1 AND GENTS. FURNISHZ(1G GOOD8.
This department has been extended, and we guarantee prices as low as the lowe'
)ur Troy City Perfect Fitting Crown Shirt cannot be surpassed. Laundried or -
auadried niade to order if desired.
BAY STATE STANDARD SCREWED SHOES
Are our specialty, and to those who have tried then we need not Mdd words.
hose who are yet strangers to the durability of this honestly madie Shoe,-we ask yo ti
>)call and buy your winter supply, ora single pa-ronly, if you prefer. trying them
ou will 1ot have to come often--they are acknowledged by many~to outwear an
ZFMLER BROTHERS' Gents', Ladies', Misses', and Infants' Fine Shoes. Iedaq* >
our Sh ) bill and save money by buying the best. temember the place
J. M. BEATY & CO.,
oct 7 ON THE COINEB.'
GRAND FALL OPENING
P. LANDECKER & BRO'S.
LAVING just returned from the North, we can assure our friends and
.1 customers that we have secured the finest selection of Fall and Win-.
or Goods. Full and complete assortment of the latest Novelties for fall
KID GLOVES I KID GLOVES II Two and three Buttons, 50 cents.
,nglish Lislo Tiroad Gloves with two, three and six buttons, all sizes,
oth in white and colors.
Ladies' and Misses' Colored Hose in variety. Men's Half Hose-all
Our stock of Whito Goods, Embroideries, Handkerchiefp, Notions, &c.,
Ias never been more complete.
Gents' Fuiishing Goods in all the new and attractive styles. New
lotliung in new styles and at old prices. Notwithstanding the advance in
he price of woolen fNbrics, we are receiving the largest and handsomest
took of fino and medium Clothing that has ever been exhibited in the
oro, which we will sell at LAST FALL AND WINTER PRICES I
An inspection is respectfully solicited.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
Y STO CIK of Fmnitnre, which will be the larvest, handsonest and cheap
.Kest accordinlg to qutality, and for design anti workmanisbly unequaled,
temiembier~ that all my goods are warranited to ,be as represented. Price your
nurniture elsewhere, the(n com-o to thle first-class store where you will have the
eit select ion an~d cani buy cheaper. 1lear in ind -that I 81h1p goods to Ridge
var. lUlvthle'od, Wbite' Oak, WVoodw trd's, Blacks~ook, and as far as Chester
md( Yor'kl. This is a recommiiendautioni of tile quality ain~1i pric of my goods.
A new supp~ily of Window Shades, Wall Pockets Brackets, Mii'ror~s, Picture
?raines, Chiromtos, liat Raceks, and~ Books Shelves, ciieap)er thlan the chenpest.
Theli largest. supply of Tin Chiamber Sets, made to match Cotfage and Chamn
>er Suits. Call and see thein. A newv supply of Sewilng giachlnes as good as
my. Ih)on't Buy' a Maclilnc mnerely beeause your motheri or, your neighbhor has
t. and1 likes it. R~emiember' that mtost of the machin'es that' are most largely
itifled have but, little mer~lit. The one you want is the one that will save you
imo1 and1( vexat ion, is noiseless, runs light anid will last a long lime. I have
t. Renmemnber the Gold Medal was awarded to one of' the Machines I reprel'scrit
>ver' eighity compe)Ltitor's. I canti refe~r you t~o many that arc uisiiag It, and- It las
Ilways givenl entire satisfaction. Rememibeir that I ami agent for~ a Door and
:sah.Fiactor)y. All ordersl' en1trulsted to inc wIll have prompt attention and at
heo lowes't p)rices. l'urniture. neatly rep~aired at moderate prices. I am also
>repared'C~ to make to order. Lunmber' andl Shinigles for sale at small profits. Sew
ng Mane i Needle's anid aninnmnts antd parts of Machuhtes cani be had through
me. D~on't fall to call befoiro purchausing elsewhere. IR. W. PHILLIPS.
FRESH ARIAS1 GREAT
[WOULD respectt~hiy inform my :
I. cuistonters anid thle pliblic in geni
Ltal that my1 stock is nowv,1
n all deplamrmenls. I call lhe special V tc vrprhsdb s
uttentlti of the farmeirs to at large andad'hh ilbdspedoatoW >
sheap lot of Soap). Tilrt-y-lyelBoxesprcs'
mI hand-00 large cakes for $3.20
-mly. Twelve Boxes of .'The People's DyGos
starch" at 64I cents per lb.ClhigHa
3O T~WES 35Hares Lo nseathe lare
mm greattvai'ecerypCrocharedaby Glass
DryCane Goods,ToacCgrbtcnruhuysaweaeoer' - q
Cal an exai ne mytstock. ing solid bargains, atid will be glad
to see you.
W. Ii. DONLY, U. G.DESPORTES. '
oct 21 On the Corner. sept 20
DON'T BUY FANCY PAPER.'
~. a. ~ ~-A NICE Assortmnent of Fancf ?a
Until you have seen our's. The -ALSO
Pamous WEBSThR, beautifully paint- -iltieBatre n
strong, durable. Don't forget the 1~ollmansLvePa.
WEBSTER WAGON Livr Fds
ls the BEST THlING ON WHEELS. We think we canis*
t. 0. DESPORITEO' nicest Stock of ~ew~
m. s, D1,'tns& 0 . - ,~eO te, Goods, verbrthi;
sep9 idgeway, s. c, burg. Co iqnd e "~~
,1 sept 9