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TOWN AND COUNTY.
'4UESDAY. Noteenie~r , t.- \~ 1880.
T~iuns or Ta1E NEwS AND TIHEnALD'
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Al commnfitiicatlons, of whatsoever
Wture. Iald be addressed to . the
W sh::na ?ublichimr Company I
Shee. M-usiei-J. M. Stoddardt &
Diphtheria still prevails about Doko,
and several other fatal cases have re
Cotton is coming in well, and the
good prices and good weights given In
Winnsboro have attracted over six
thousand bales already to this place.
Mr. John E. Williams is authorized
to receive all n.oneys due to TinI Nuws
AND HERALD, whether for advertise
ments, subscriptions or job-work.
THE TEACHERs' AssOCIATION.-The
next meeting of the FairfleId reach
era' Association will be held in Winus
boro on Saturday, the 20th of Novein
ber. This day has been chosen be
cause the preceding Saturday will
mark the close of Fair week in Colun
bia. The meeting will be quite inter
esting. Mr. Richardson will discuss
the subject of - teaching different
branches by diagrams. Mr. Durham
may have something more to say on
grammar, and Mr. Davis will discuss
Grube's method of teactimw arithinetic
to little children, as explained by Pro
fessor Soldon in Spartanburg. Mis
cellaneous exercises will follow, to be
participated in by all who wish to take
part. The zeal of Fairfield teachers
will be measured by the attendance.
DEATH OF CAPT.. HENRY GIBSON.
The Rome, Miss., Sentinel, contains
the announcement of the death of
Capt. Henry Gibson, which took place
at Louisville, in that State, on the
night of the 16th 'lt. Captain Gibson
was born iI Fairfield District in the
year 1783, where he reared a -large and
interesting family, and where lie con
tinued to reside until the year 1871,
when he removed to Georgia, where
he remained until the year 1880,
when he removed to Louisville. Dur
ing his long and eventful life he al
ways took an abiding interest in the
-welfare of his country, passed through
many trying and critical events in its
stirring history and was ever foluid
on the right side working for his coun
try's best interests. Wherever lhe livedl
he won the confidence and esteem of
his friends and neighbors. A good
mani, a worthy citizen, a devoted faith
er, he has gone to the grave, leaving
an example whlich all may well foliowt.
DEATrs.-Mrs. John 0. Mackorell
died on Friday, after a short illness, of
congestion. Mr. Mackorell has re
cently met with sad bereavements. A
little daughter (lied not long since,
and lost week Mr. Moses Mackorell,
lisa brother, diedt after a long illness of
consumption. To the bereaved rela
tives we extend hearty sympathy.
Mrs. Margaret Thompson, wife of
Mr. 0. RI. Thompson, dIied of apo
hllexy on hainray moringt. She had
lbeen iin-a imiinglv sc,cd hnadtth up to
th<- aa. u, ' hier de it h, andia, thbough
Coni~l hiii ing of .lig indisos~it)iionI for
a fewv days~ previous, there wvas 110 rca
soni to alpprchend the sad event which
has caused the sorest grief to many
hearts. Mrs. Thompson wvas the
daughter of the late John McMaster,
.and had just entered her forty-sixth
year. She had a wide circle of de
voted friends, whom her good quali
ties, notwithistanding her retiring dis
p~ositlon, had drawn around her. A
true, u nostentatious Ohristian, a de
voted wife and affectionate mother,
.she has been takeni awvay ini the prime
* of life, and left a void that can never
abe filled. I1er family have the conso
lation of knowing that therec arc miany
who share their grief and join in pay
ing tender tribute to the memory of
one who was so greatly endeared to
Almost at the same . time with the
death of Mrs. Thompson, intelligence
was received that Mr. Charles Thomnp
son, eldest son of Mr. 0. R. Thomp
son, had died on the 25th ult., of con
gestive chills. Mr. Thompson was
well known in Winnsboro, where he
spent his boyhood. Shortly after the
wvar he removed to Tennessee. Mr.
Thompson was about thirty years of
age, and had been in good health uip
to the time lhe was attacked by the
dreadftil malady that caused lis death.
IHe was a young man of estimable
qualities aiid fine promise. Ills family
have our sincere sympathy in their
-Commenting upon the insults to
the South in thme Rtadical journals of
Cinciinnati, the Missouri Rfepublican
Aays: "Old Man Sesesh" 18 a fine old
fellow~when lie p~atronIzes Ciucinnati
railways and buys Cincinniati goods;
but lie is only isin old reprobate when
. lie declines to vote alRepublican ticket,
and proposes to run his part of the
country to suit himself-no$ Cincini
-Subscribo to 7Fpx NEaWSA UN flEE
A NEWV KINI) WOJ WA''CI CASE.
Now because itt4 only within the l ist few
yeara that.it ln heen lIproved. and bro'.ugit
wititin: the reacii of every one: ot in pn iueiplm
because'the ilrst invent Ion was intud and stkc
first, patent taken out nearly tventy years Pgo,
and cases made at, that time and worn ever
since, aro nearly as good as now. itead the fol
lowing which Is only ono.of tho. many huni
dreds; your jewelers can toll or similar ones:
MANSFIELD, PA., May 28, 1818.
I havo a customer who carried one of lios'
Patent Cases fifteen years and I Xnow it two
years before he got, it, and It now appdarn goodl
for ten years longer. It. E. OLNE4Y.
Itemember tldt Jas. Boss' is thn only patont
case made of two p;ates of solid gold (one out
side and oo Inside) covering every part ex
posed to wear or sigit. The great advantage
of these plates is apparent to every one. hoss'
is the only paient, case with which thero Is
given a written warrant, of which the following
is a fac-similo:
tr- - g G MANI6010JRCO UNDI
See thatyou get the guarantee with eachicaso
Ask your jeweler for Iliustrated Cata'ogu(e.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING, RATS AND FUR
At tho Great Clothing Store of
SUGENHEIMER & OoscHEL.
Every one in want of lothin - shouk
go to the CLOTHING STORE
of Sugenheirimer & Groes..
chel, before buying as
tho larg3st .and
Stock of these Goods ever offered in
Winnsboro will he found thoro.
HOW TO BET.
Don't bet on elections, but bet
your hottomt dollar tiat. S1-.f(nhllimin
er & Groeschel can suit you for the
least rnoney of any house in town.
Wo select ourClothing with watchful carc,
We try toi always 'deal withi you tir.
We're bound to please --ever ready ic trv,
Come uand see us when you want tlu
SUGENIIUEIER & GROESCIIEL.
ATIANS BROS.' Old Cabinet RYo,
Also, RotterdaI Brandy. Cold na. for
lunciherm 11 to 1 o'clock every day.
L HAYE recently made ex tensive add1i
tions to my stock of Wines aadl
liquors, which consists of a full as.ort
ment of Rye Whsky Corn Whinkov
Fre'nch Bra ntly, Apple Iircndvi , Peac h
Brandy, Sherry Wine, senppornong wine,
Obampagne, etc , etc.
.f' I claim to a -11 the FINEST ANDI
PUJREST1 RYE WHISKEY to be had in
Winsboro. Give it a trial.
I also also kr ep on hand a full sulplynI
SEGAR~S AND TOBACCO,
in great variety, and adapted to the. tastes
Caliat the~ PALMETTO IIOUSE, in the
Winnsboro Hotel building.
mo 2 . OIENDINING.
Olothing for Men, Youths and
Bloys, wvell made, good quality and
always cheap in price.
SUGENJ(EIM ER & GnOR~SCHEL,.
(4UGAIRS, assorted. Coll'ees, Rio,
. Lagurra andt Old Gov. .Jna.
Rio anid Old Goy. ~Java Roasfted.
Teas, Black, Impljeial, Guntipowder
andt Younlg Ilyson).
matoces, Salnmonm, Cornied Beer, D eviled
Macaonroni and1( (Cheese, G imiter Pe
ser'veM, Pini IIt'ad( Oat Meali, CoopeClI
Gelaitine, Mustarid, Black PeIpper and1(
Bald ,v'in Cat sup, Cross & Black
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea &. Per
rin's Wo'cstershire Sauce.
J. F. McMASTER & CJO.
RELIEF ASSOCIA TI ON.
T HxIS is an .Association of busine ss men.
Lwho, for their mnutuail protection,
contributo towards a fun, no as
in ease of death, their families may re
ceive fromi $2,000 to $5,000u, according to
amount of certiflcate. Thuis is one of the
best plans of' life insurance. Y'ou pay as
you go, Just like firo Insurance, anm with
more conkveniience even, as youl pay b
small instalments during the year. We
refer to those best acquainted with us,
iz: :anmbera in Fairllold: G. Ti. Mc.
Master, Jas. A. Brice, Jno. B. Davis, D).
RI. Fionnikon, B. Sugenheimor, J. W.
McCreight. Jno. J. Neil, Thlomna, U. John
son, J. Clendining, R. B. Hlanahman, IR.
Means Davis, Jas. Q. Davis. Any one
that should liko to become a member will
apply to 04 0~, DACOT,
pet 2 - g~.
slow th1e Govrnuheut J.'inds are Selling In
Lnad sales are the great national
gn4,1 of prosperity, and the land'saleis
for the fiscal yelar ending last stinnier
show, as great prosperity at the South
as the cellsus. The Federal govern
nent still holds large amounts of pub
io lands in all the Gulf States, as well
as in Arkansas and Missouri. The
sales of iublic lands it these States for
the fiscal years 1879 and 1880 were as
States. 1879. 1880.
Flori.da............. 60,845 95,863
Louisiana .......... 27,465 92,680
Missouri .......... 40,8t2 98,688
Mississippi ......... 21,235 66,287
Complete ret-urns show that the total
land sales for 1880 were 9,166,918
acres, all increase of 616,699 as con
pared with 1879, so that the six South
ern States naned above not only fur
nished in 1880 over 10 per cent. of the
lands sold by tho government, instead
of less than 6 per cent. as In 1879; but
the entire increase, and something
more, in the sale of public lands came
froi the Southern States. Kansas
id Nebraska each had greater land
sales thanl all.the Southern States pIt
together, and Dakota twice ats Iany,
but the increase in Federal sales, both
relative and absolute, was larger in
the Southern States, taken collectively,
than in the Western States as a whole.
A portion of these sales in the South
cmrn States were u1nder advertiseime nat
and inl large qunintities, Congrmess hav
ing found it necessary to abandon flhe
restriction that sales should only be in
6mall holdings of 160 acres each, but a
large part of this 1,096,405 acres was
sold to small proprietors, black and
white. Such sales f'eglster the indi
vidual prosperity of the laborer which
blossoms into small farms and peasant
proprictors. Slowlv. munch Imore slow
y than men hoped' fifteen years ago,
thme small farm is appearing by the big
lIamtation at the Sotth, anid increased
anid sales are one prool' of' it. They
nark the welfare of a nation whose
troslerity is the prosperity of the
whole country, stronger by every
added acre in the Southern States, as
.vell as by every new farm broken in
tho West.-Spring field Republican.
--The world's population is est i mated
for the latest edition of' Die Bevolke
rung der E rde, the great Germana sta
tistical publicatiomi, at 1,455,923,500, ot'
which Europe has 315,929,000, Asia
8:134.707,000, Africa 405.G79,000, Amer
jcu 95,495,1600, Australia and l'olyne
sla 4,031,000, and the polar regions
82,000. The United States are given
a population of 48,500,000, besides
300,000 Indiais; Caiatia, and1(1 tihe rest
of British North America, 3,839,470;
Mexico 9,485,600, West -Indies 4,412
700, Central America 2,759,200, Brazil
11,108,291, Venezuela 1,784,197, Uni
ted States of Colombia 3,000,000,
Ecuador 1,146,000, Peru 3,050,000,
Chili 2,400,000, Argentine Republic
2,400,000. The British possessions in
Asia are put at 240,298,500, China 434,
026,500, Japan 34,338.505, Persia 7,
900,000, Arabia 5,000,000. In Europe,
Greece has a population of 1,702.356,
Italy 28,209,020, Spain 1G,625,860,
France 36,905,788, A ustro-llIungary
38,000,000, Germany 43,9413,834, Great
Britain and Ireland 34,617,000.
Graind-Miother's Chair ;
I'opular---ordsm and Music.
"On the Tramp," March ;
Twickeina Ferry ;
Splenadid--Words a nd Husic.
Adeilian Gailo ,
.niu'eqy a nd preoasing.
.PUL L-SIZ EJI PIA No MUSITC.
JIailed on receipt of faour 3 cent stamps.
J. M. STODDAR & Co.
n~ov 2-4t P'hiladelphia.
Dress Goods, Laces, Collars, Cuffs,
Boots, Shoes, Neckties. Hats, Caps,
Notions and oceans of New Goods.
Prices Low, First, Last and All the
T'ime. SUGENHEIMER & GROEsOHEL.
I HE undersigned begs leave to say
to thme punblic that he is now run-.
ing a first-class Shaving Saloon in
Lvery3 respect. None but competent
nmd expert wvorknmen ar'e employed,
ndu thmose who will favor us with their
ustom are guar'anteed satisfaction.
Done in the latest and~ neatest style.
Don't for'get to call and givec mc a
trial, and I will please you.
JT. M.'McCA LL,
Opposite Dr. Aiken's Drug Store.
'IiE 80UTH CAROLINA COLLEGE
AGEICULTUREt AND MECHTANICS
ILL be opened for teinstruction
f theo voung mon of' tihe State, on the 5l1h
~OTO13laR, in the bumildings of the otdi
~oth Carolhna College, with the tollow
nag Faculty, viz.:
WMii. P'ORCHIER MILES, LL.D).,
resident and Professor of English Liter
JAMES WOODROW, Pu. D., D. D.,
rofessor of Geology, Mineralogy, Botany
rofessor of Mathematics and Natural
WILLIAM BIURNEY, Pu. D.,
Professor of Analy'tical and Agricultural
Chemistry and Experimental
TUITION FREE TO ALL Rloom rent
for tho year $10. . For further information
ipply to the Secretary at Columbia, 8. O.
Ily order of the faculi ty.
Secre~tary of Faculty.
Columbia, S. C.. August 13, :80.
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-Famil Reading, News, Markets, &c.'
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Inc Dollars an Extra Copy for one year'.
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3211 , Editorand P'ublisher,
tUI Ui)P1 ' "tATES'
THi MUSIC 1HOUSE OF TIl E SOUTH
REMOVAL TO OUR
Now IruMe Store
An iluuIense Music Teniple.
Two largostoreis, each 30 feet front ani
four stories high, fronting on three streets
and filled fron collaf to loft with 1hiusica
supplies. Nothing to comparo with it ir
the Southern States.
AI BIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
AND monz TO COME,
During 'itho t(ci yea r( 1our H tab
lishinent ut' our honso we have, dovol'opal
th musio trado of tie South to a won.
di. .ul degree, but its yet we have only be
gun. Wese, not imuatny years ahead, a
business ol' a imillion a . car. tnnd to talce
care of this enorinit trade we have pro
vided our present inaninoth warerooms.
Fall trade 188' will be imniense. We are
ready for it. For ionths oiir senior part
ner has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufactnrers for
instruments. I1 ha114s conenitd most
adviaIntag'oitt contracts, maid the Piamnos
and Organs nro "coming, cor1ning" 100,1000
more, by very sI leamer. New St 'vies, New
Prices, New ''erms, New Store, New Do
part u re.
SPEIAL OFFER, FALL 1880.
Cash prices with three Montls credit.
During nontlis of Aw-' 8ept. and Oct.
w. will sell PiaIoH ai d Orgaun at LowIc.,r
UAsI PwiCt.s, i)aya)le *21 (ash on a Pi
ano or $11) Cash on in Organ. with the
balance in threo months, WI I lOUT iNTER
WIIAT UO YOU SAY TO THIS OF'ESt
Writo for illuistrated Catalao gues and
New Price Li .1:ui for Fi I , and pre
paro to he astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES
SAVANNA H, (I A.
Wholesale Jia10 an1d Oigan *!ealers,
, i E iiow toffering for thle ispection
of the tilizn IYofl1t lPatirItlic thir
FALL AND WI NTElk'TOC( K. Eaich
clepatinenit o1f D ross Goods50., .1)rv
(.oods, (lothIlig, (Gecits G oods ail
hiats, is full 1up wiithl goods that have
beeni CA llEUL~ILY SECLECTED,
Theli qualhity of our Coeds is FItIJST
CLASS, and1( thaey will be sold as low
as tuiyh~ody cain 01r will sell theta., We
H E ADQ UA R TER1S
F"or all gfoods in our line. lin Shoes
we arec secoind to noneW. Ini tquality.1
they' are as good as aire shiown ilnI hiis
0or an y otherl'11 inaket . Iliiimrimheri we
sell the fol lowinig br'ands, aind that
A DL)Elt& CLEM'IENTS'
'We have sold( those brantds for TVEN
Y EA ICS, anid they hlave always'. giveni
entire saitisfti on. As for prices, no0
body sha111ll dersoli us.
W ii hae a nice line of Car'pets on
hand, anid are stil1l sellinig the celchrat
ed l'EARLI SillRTV, as woe can Ihild no
McMASTEll, BRIICEJ & KETCHIIN.
'J.TilE NEWV YORK
JAM ES (1tDON RENNET, Proprtetoar.
TI IE REST'I AND CI lRAPEi~ST
ONE DOLLAR PElR YEAR,
F1ITY CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS.
A n Eixtrd Copy to Every (itub of Ten.
THlE NEW YORK HIERALD,
Pcnin EDl EVERtY DAY In the YEAR.
sto Pnys for one year', Sundays t I cled,
$8 pay's foir one seimr, withiouta Suanys.
$5 p)i1y8 for' six moini ha, Siltdays inelituted.
$4 31ays fr s6x nionthls, withot, 81und:ays.
*2 1nysoronie year for lany speettled tday of
81 pa:ys fr' sitx inonths for alny spec11ied day of
81 lperl mionith (Incliltig Sitnd(ays4) wuil be
charged oni subscatriptions for ii less period1
than three mlonaths.
TO EUROPE, INCLUDING POSTAGE.
~Ye~ El i tpe n 1EdO'o)..."..,........ .4 0(
Weekly (Inmestic Edition).................00
Dnily E~ttin.........2X centa per Copy.
Mtlday Editlon--.............nts per Copy.
We',kly.Edi.on-............. e ts Iper Copy.
N. n.-Not, less lhaun 5 copIes mniled to news.
tdea ilers l. whiol.sue r'ates.
We allow40 noll cmmitin on Paubserlpt~ons to
all Edith,on. Addaress~
NEdV YORKJ IIERIA LD,
l:oatdway anad Ann screet, New York.
SihOES! SilOES!! ShlOE6!!!
BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS!!!
plP. We canI stit, you iln prilco.
'TUE~ books for the collection of
7 town taxes wvill boen on 1 the
1st of October', aind remafini open1 iuntil
the 1st of' Doconmber. My'ofllec is at
the stoic of' Mossr's. F. Elder & Co.
E. S. CI[ANDLERI,
sent 30 C~lerr oumand tesi.
VINES AND LIQUORS
WOULD most respcttfilfly inform
my customers and the citizens of Fi. -
fild generally, that I keep in stock a
t'ull supply of fiuo Liquors, Cigtrs,
Tobacco, &c., &c., and guarantee
Satisfaction to aly 1 one giving m a
trial. Mr stock consists as follow
OTARD, DIUPUY & CO.'S COGNA'
BRAND'S SCIIIEDAM GINS.
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WIIISKEX.8
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
P. MOlINO DE MORA SIIRY
F. MOLINIEIL PORT WINE.
11. \MUMM & CO.'S IREIME
GENUINE RIIINE WINE.
SARATOGA PUR'E RYE WIllS
NATHAN'S 1863 CABiNET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPEJRI A L RYE W I-.
KIEESE"'S "OWN" 1YE WIISKE.Y.
STONE MOUNTAIN JINYE AND
CELERATED 1PEIFFER 4. RYE
KENTUCKY BOURBON WHiS
PLANTATION R YE WJIISK .I
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACII
NORTIH CAROLINA SWEET MASI I
PLANTATION CORN WhiSKEYS
GINGER BR ANDY.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCILE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
IIDYE lIAUDE WNINE.
1 KEG DR Y SCU PPEllxcNN WINE.
1 KEO~X SWEET~'I SCUPPERUNONG
hUKG SW'EET CATlAWBA WVINE.
IBEIGEII & ENG EL'S CELEBIRAT
EL) LAGER BEER. ON DRAUlj'T'
BIASS & CO.'S IMPORITED) ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATURAL APPOLONA
cIGAnS AbI) TonBCO.
TIilE AM ElRICAN TW'~INS CIGA R
b .FO RI 25~ CEN'TS.
THlE HAVANA CJlAlUOOTS-6
TV. W. BLA'W~EL1L'S SMOKING
CJE WING TOBACCO-TH~I REE
THlE BESTi. IMIXED BEVERAGES
OF THlE SEA SON SERVED
AT ALL HIOURIS OF j
THlE DAY, TO SUIT THlE MOST
F. W. UKABENICIIT.
may 8REAR OF1TOWN IHALL
ALL persons wh~o bought stook
from me1 last spring on timno whose
notes ar10 (1uo first October, will
please bo prepared to moot them. as
full payiment will bo required.
.Prompt payment will only enable
mo, to accommodate themn ioett
CORN AND FODDEfR
Delivered at my Stable ou Congress .
Street, located one door south~ of the
sept 23' A. WJLIFOlJD.=
If you want tosavo money go to/
SuanEzatu &G n. \m4
AT H- E CORNE R STR.E
FALL . AND WINTIER a 00DS.
T E EG leave to inform our customers and the public generally, that we hav i
lately dispos'ed of our Grocery Department for the purposO of making muor>
oom for our
2D .T G O O D S,
Which are now In store, and have been marked at prices to induce quick sales. W.
annot onumerate the % arious kinds anot styles. but cordidly invite all to call and ox
Imine our stock, and we shall endeavor to make it the interest of all to purchase.
C LOTHING, .7A AT AN) G ENTS' .Fp URKISHEING GOODS.
This department has been extended, and we guarantee prices as low as the lowest.
)ur Troy City Perfect Fitting Crown 8hirt cannot bo surpassed. Laundried or Un.
aundried mado to order if desired.
BAY STATE STANDARD SCRE WED SHOES
Are our specialty, and to thoso who havo tricil thorn we need nit add words. To
hoso who aroyet strangors to the durability of this honestly mado Shoe, we ask you
o enll and buy your winter supply, ora single pa.r only, if you peefer trying them.
You will not have to conmc often--they are ack nowledged by many to outwear any
ZEtTOLER BROTHER1S' Gents', Ladies', Misses', and Infants' Fine Rhoes. iReduco
,our Shw > bill and save money by buying tha bot. Remombor the place
J. M. BEATY & CO.,
oct 7 ON THE CORNER.
[RAI FLL OPENINI
P. LANDECKER & BRO'S.
AVING just returned from the North, wo can assuro our friends and
customers that we have soeured the finest solection of Fall and Win,
or Goods. Full unt1 complete assortment of the latest Novolties for fall
KID GLOVES! KID GLOVES !! Two and three Buttons, 50 cent,
'nglish Lisle Thread Gloves with two, throo and six buttons, all sizes,
)otlm inlwhite and colors.
Ladics' and Misses' Colored Hoso in variety. Men's Half Hose-all
Our stock of White Goods, Embroidories, Handkerchiefo, Notions, &a.,
ias never been moro completo.
Gents' Furnishing Goods in all the new and attractivo styles. New
1othin;; in now stylos and at old prices. Notwithstanding the advance in
ho prie of woolon fabries, wo are receiving the largest and handsomest
tok of Hiu, and medium Clothing that hts over hoi exhibited in the
3oro, which wo will vell at LAST FALL AND WINTER PRICES I
An inspwtion is respectfully solicited.
P. LAN)ECKER & BRO.
Yf VSTrOCK of Fur nituret, w hich will be thle largest, -haindsomuest and cheap.
e sfiaccoringil to tjiali ty, anml for designt aani workinanship unequaled1.
lemember' ftatl iiiv gootls are warrantedi to he as5 repreOsented, Pico your
"uriniure elsew here, theni come to thle first-class store where ' on will have I ho
est. select ion and cani huvr cheaper. htear in in id t hat I sil gods(1 to Rid1ge
'av. lIltlhewooti, White' Oak, Woodwardi's, Blacekstock, anidas far as Chestecr
ud( Y'ork. Tihiis is a recommmiaiilat ion of' Ihe quiality' anid pice of my goods.
A in'w siuppily 1V of Window Shades, \faill IPocket s, Birackets, Mirirors, Piclture
rmies, Chri olinos, Itint 1 lacks, andl Ilook Shelves, chieaper thani thle cheapest.
Theli largest su pply of TPin Cham inber Sets, netade to mnatchi Coillage and Cham
icr Suits. (CillI anid see thlino. A niewv siply~l of Sewing Machines as good as
iiy. Dlon't. luy aziaclino mecrely because youri miothier or your ineighibor has
,land likes it. h'emember t hat most oft thle niacines thl . 'are mlo~ht. largely .
e lied havi e but little meiritI. Theli one you want is I he one that will save you
mel and1( vexO Iion, is noiseless, runs high t [an11( will Ilast a long I ime. 1 have
~. Rlemembiier the Gol Medal was awarded to one0 of the Machines 1 r'liepset
ecr eighty compel itors. I cani refer' you to nmny that are using it, and it has
Iways given entirie sat isfiictionl. Rlememiber' Ilat 1 am aigent.for at Door aind
ash lFactory. All ordehirs cntirusted to me will have prIomptl) attenitioni anid at
ie lowest prices. Furniture neat ly repair'ed at miodleratco prices. I inm also
elpared to make to order'. Lumnber and Shinigles for' sale at smiali proflts. Sew
IgMachlinet Needles( andi aittaLchmenlts aiid pats of Machines cnnl b hd through
te. D~on't fail to call befor'e purchaliising elsewhere. Rt. W. Ph IL4LIPS.
FRESH ARIVAS GREAT
W ~OULD reseucttully inform my ----:o
ceustomners and the publlic in gen
.al that, nmy stock is now
OM .TE AND) OE OT W aenw~ tr h ag
iall depar'ti ments. I call the special tcevrpchsdb us
lteiitioni of' the fairmers to a large 10 and wihwl odsoe fa o
heap lot of' Soap. Tihirfy-flye Boxes p'~8
I handi~- 1(10 large cakes for $3.20
.ily. Ti welvo lloxes of .'Thie People0's Dy~os
itarcht"at (A cenlts p)0r lb.CltigHa
Ii great variety. Cr'ocker'y and Glass
rare in groat quantity.
I keep always on hand a large line Wa' o ie o~3O I',
fCanned Goods, Tobacco, Cigars, btcntuhul a eaeofr
mies, Liquors, etc., etc. hgsldbranadwl ega
Call and examine my stock,tosey.
W, II. D)ONLY, u .EIOTS
oct 21 On the CIorner'. slt2
DON' B2IUY FNYPPR
~Until you have seen our's. The E.AKN '
monr' W EBSTERH, beautIfully p~aint, -LS
1, strong, dur'able. Don't f'orget the 113('. iiatmelatcosan
-WEBSTER WAGONLiex a,
Sthe BEST TIUING O.N W IIElCLS.
U. G. D~PO T( hnkw aso htl
Winnsboro, s, nietSoko ewFl.u ll.
t. , DESWORtTES & C0., trGos vm rtgtt 'i~'
YRidgeway, s. a.br.Oon adois
Eeptavo now~l in str telags
stoc ovr prchaed y u,.
andwhchwil b dspsodofatlo