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The Oakland box came into town
wrapped in crape, mourning for the
Radical county ticket.
Not a single Radical voted at Bear
Creek. What few lived about there
crowded over to Doko.
Mr. A. A. Morris will be in Winus
boro for about ten days, ready to serve
his friendis and the public by taking
their photographs. Call on him at
the Thespian Hall, and he will surely
Read the new advertisement of
Messrs. Desportes & Edmiunds, of Co
lnibia. They have just brought in a
large and varied stock, in anticipation
of the State Fair, and they invite all
their friends to call on them and exam
Inc their goods.
The Radicals in Chicago adopted the
plan of challenging all Democratic
voters and prevented large numbers
from voting, so that the Democrats
opened additional boxes in which to
deposite votes. Polities are the same
all over the world.
Tu ELECTrION U FAIRFIELD.-The
following is the Denmicratic majority
at the several precincts in this county -,
W innsboro...................... 295
Bear Creek...................... 241
Durham's....,......... ...... 88
Gladden's Grove................. 137
Monticello.............. .. .. 856
Foasterville ..................... 136
The Radical leaiers concentrated
voters in Winneboro from five differ
ent precitmcts. About 800 camne from
Dudismbn, sever'al hundred are re
Ported from Gladden's Grove, a num
ber from Yonguesville, from Ridge
way and Jioreb. It is said their ob
ject was to capture the polls, rush sev
eral hundred through, send them off
to repeat at other precincts, atid with
the remainder to retain possession of
the polls here. This was frustrated
by compelling them to vote one by
one, so that only the usual number,
about 1100, were voted here, most of
the others finding their game blocked
left towu and returned to their prec
cincts. One old darkey was ordered
from Oakland to Winnsboro, seven
teen miles, and then walked back, and'
finally voted the Democratic ticket by
At Doko, on Tuesday, the Radicals
massed several hundred voters, al
though the Radical vote in the palm.
ist days of Reconstruction never ex
ceeded 150. They formed a dense
mass around the polls before the vot
ing began, and as each one voted he
retained his place so as to prevent the
Democrats from coming near. They
continued this game for some time.
The Democrats finally forced their
way in, whereupon Sam Adams, the
Radical supervisor, ordered the ne
groes to leave the polls, and say that
they were not allowed to vote. They
did not obey promptly, and lie canght
one or two and actually forced them
away, despite the protests of the col
4 ored men themselves, the managers,
and the Democrats generally. Several
Democrats made speeches to them,
-urging themi to come back, but Sam
Cl Adams persisted in driving them off.
Bristol Kinsler, a lending Radical,
vote~i, andl induced twenty-flye or
thirty of this party to follow his ex
ample, and denounced Sam Adams
for his interference. Trhe negroes had
been sent from Ridgeway by Moses
James, and they are indignant with
him for sending them from Rlidgeway,
and with Sam Adams for running
them from Doko, saying that if they
had remained at their own polls they
would have been able to vote. Sam
i Adams shonld be indicted for this
high-handed oiutrage. He ,is the only
man in Fairfield yet heard from who
thrust a voter from the polls.
-Reports ot' disbanded dramatic
companies come froma all directions.
The political campaign 'keeps peopile
away from the theatres in the interior
clties, and man'y of the travelling
shows this season are too bad to draw
under, any circumstances. Hotel
keepers are the greatest losers, because
the claim for board is usually against
tife manager, while the only p~roperty
in retteh is a wardrobe belonging to
individ nal performera. The case of
an "Uneile Tiom's Cabin" company at
Ciucinnati, however, was different.
Fiour fine bloodhoulnds were the attrac
C tion, and the landlord qoized them.
A IMtkZ AJIoQX InnAK1na.
Teirsible Tli e of a ZIlal Oeutlethan at the
. . .stoni PC st. .
Mr. Tornado Raft has-recovered
from his injuries. TIhe way he got
hurt was this: Mr. Raft was appoint
ed by- a certain up'country missionary
s0oiety to investigate the theatre anil
Soo If it-ie really a wicked thing. le
came to Boston and called on a mana
ger and explained his business, and
the manager told him lie was at liber
ty to go behind the scenes or his thea
tre and witness how things were done.
Mr. Raft-accpted. The piece being
produced that night was a spectacular
one, and Mr. Raft. vaidered about
among imps and goblins and fairies
until he got under the stage, an'd, un
perceived and unawares, stood upon a
trap. A devil was to be shot up
through that trap to the stage, and,
just as he came up, somebody on the
stage was to make a vicious whack at
him which he was to dodge. The
machinist who worked the trap just
glanced at it, saw that a man was on
it, thought that it was all right and
shot it up. Raft felt himself' going
and gave a wild yell, but it was too
late. Up lie went, and the man on the
stage was all ready to make the welt at
the devil, and made it. But Raft, be
wildered by his novel position was not
prQpared to dodge it, and got the
blow, a powertlil one, over the head.
It sent him flying clear across the
stage. it was In the play for every
one to kick at the devil, while he was
to dexterously dodge every blow; and
the man whom Raft fell near didn't,
in the excitement of the moment, no
tice 4hat it wasn't the devil, and kicked
at Raft, and, as Raft didn't dodge, lie
got hit, and was lifted clear up the
stage to where another man kicked
him, and he was terribly scared and
began to yell; and the audience,
which thought it was part of the play,
cheered, and then another man kicked
him, and then another and another,
and, shrieking wildly ,he flew about
like a foot-ball until inally lie rolled
at the heels of a trick mule on the
stage, and the animal kicked him into
the orchestra; and as lie fell Ie broke
two fiddles and a trombone, while his
head got stuck into a kettle-drum.
This wildly excited the orchestra, and
by that time the actors had found out
that there was some mistake, as the
real "devil" came up through the trap.
So proe'edings were stopped, while
Mr. Raft was extricated and taken to
the grcen-roomn. The manager went
to him and asked him what the Old
Harry lie meant by getting upon the
stage and disturbing the piece, and
Raft said rt was a conspiracy to slay
him. Finally the matter was explain
ed, and Raft was sent to the hospital
in a back. -He has reported to the so
oiety that the theatre is the wickedest
place iII existence and actors the wick
-The number of yearling thorough
breds from the great breeding estab
lishments of England sold during the
past year aggregated 451, the progeny
of 112 sires. They realized 89,996
wuineas-a decrease in the amount
paid to breeders of 41,773 guineas as
compared with 1877, when 486 year
Lings brought 131,666 guineas.
I will operate in my Old Gallery in the
Thespian Hall until 1st December.
[f you want
PHO TOG 1 A PHTS
iomne at once, that I may the better serve
If convenient, make your engagements
the day beforq. A. A. MORRIS.
"On the Trap," rcodead ; so
Twc enha fe pirit~ng.
Adprigiany andi pleasing.
.FULL-SIz ED .PIA NO MUSXC.
Nlailed on receipt of four 3 cent stamps.
J. I. STODDART & CO.
T HE undersigned begs leave to say
F to the public that he is now run
ning a first-class Shaving Saloon in
every respect. None but comnpotent
and expert workmen are employed,
and those who will favor us wvith their
custom ,are guaranteed satisfaction.
Done In the latest and neatest style.
Don't forget to call and give me a
trial, and I will please vou.
Opposite Dr. Aiken's Drug Store.
THlE SOUTH OARtOLINA COLLEGE
AGRtICULTURtE ANJD MECHANICS
\/ILLa be opened for the instruotion
of the young men of the State, on the 61h:
O(ITJOIER, in the buildings of the otd
S~ouith Carolhna College, with the follow.
ing Faculty, viz.:
WVM. POROHIERI MILES, LJL.D.,
President and Professor of English Liter
JAMES WOODRLOW, Pr. D., D. D.,
Professor of Geology, Mineralogy, Botany
Professor of Mathematics and Natural
WVILLIAM BURNEY, Pu. D.,
Professor of Analytieal and Agricultural
Chemistry and Experimental
TUITION FREE TO ALL Room rent
for the year $10. For further information
aplly to the Secretar at Columbia, S. C.
By order of the facult
Scretary of Facunity.
Columbia, 8. 0., August 13, 1880.
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- 0. M. Mc~JUNKIN,
A NIW K1M) 0V VA'1CI CASil .
New becau i0 It i only wituia the last few
yetars tiytt;R l h n pro*eit 1 tail bro,:1ght
withinl'ti roadh of .v'ery One: bid t': P iitelpl
beuitlu th rki iyention was made and h(
first patent taken out nearly twenty years ago
and cases made at 'that time and worn over
since, are nearly as good as now. Itead the tot
lowing which is only' one'ot the many hun
dreds; your jewelers can tell of similar ones:
MANYsFIELD., PA., May 28, 18'8.
I have a customer who carried one of Boss
Patent cases fifteen years and I know it tw(
years before he got it, and It now appears good
for ten years longer. it. E. OLN;Y.
Remember that Jas. Boss' is tho only patent
case made of two piates of solid goldi (one out,
side and one inside) covering overy part ex.
posed to wehr or sight. Tho groat advantage
of these plates Is apparent to every one. nloss
is the only patent case with which there h:
given a written warrant, of which the following
is a fac-simile:
see thatyou got tile guaranteo with eachicaso
AsC your jeweler for illustrated catamogue.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING, HATS AND .FUR
At the Great Clothing Store of
SUOENHEIMER & GoEsoHEL.
Every one in want of Clothing should
go to the CLOTHING STORE
of Sugenheoirior & Groos.
chel, before buying as
the largest and
Stock of these Goods over offered in
Winnsboro will be found there.
HOW TO BET.
Don't bet on elections, but bot
your bottom dollar that Sugenheim
or & Groeschel canl suit you for the
least money of any house in town.
We select ourClothing with -watchful care,
We try to always dual with you fiir.
We're bound to please -over'realy to try,
Come and soo us W1hen you want to buy,
SUGENUEIMER & GROESCHEL.
N ATHANS BROS.' Old Cabinet Rye,
1863, CId Rloanoko Whiskey, 1860.
Also, Rotterdam Brandy. no11 Uam for
lunch from 11 -to 1 o'clook every day.
I HA VE recently made extensive addi
tions to my stock of Wines a.3(d
liquors. wvhich consists of a full assort
ment of Rye WVhiskey, ('orn Whiskey
French Brandy. Appie lIrandy, Peach
Brandy, Sherry Wine, Soeuppornong Wine,
Chamhpagne, ete , ete.
$r I olaith to a.ell the FINEST AND
PUREST RYE WHISKEY to be had in
Winnsboro. Give it aL trial.
I also also k, op onl hand a full supply of
SEGARS AND TOBACCO,
in great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at the PAL''ETTO HOUSE, in the
Winnsbor'o Hotel building.
Clothing for Men, Youths and
Boys, weoll made, good quality and
always cheap in price.
SUoENnEIMERI & .GR OESCHEL.
NUGARS, assorted. Coffees, Rio.
ALaguayra and Old Gov. Java,
Rio ami Old Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowdel
and Young Hlyson,.
Pear's, Peaches, Pineapples, To
matocs, Salmona, Corned Beef, D~evile<
11am and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni anld Cheese, Ginger Pro
servos, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coopo]
Golati ne, Mustard, Black Pepper nt
Baldiwin Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chowv Chow, Empire Chov
Chew, Asserted Pickles, Lea & Per
rn's Worcoter~shir. Sauce.
J. F. McMASTE~R & CJO.
T HIS6 is an .4ssocintion of business men
who, for their mutual protection
contribute towards a fund, so a:
in ease of death, their families niay re
coivo from $2,000 to $5,000i, according t<
amount of cerificate.- This Is one ofth<
best plans of lite insurance. You pay a
yeu go, just likec fire instanoo, and with
.moro convenienee ovenm, as you pay b;~
small instalments (diring the year~. -W1
refer to those best acquaintedL with us
v'iz.: members in Fairfield: 0. 11. Me
Miasteor, Jas. A. Briee, Jno. B. Davis, D
B. Flenniken, B. Hugenheimor, J. W
McCreighit. Jno. J. Neil, Thomas 1,. John
son, J. Clendining, 1R. B. Hjanahan, R~
Means Davis, Jas. Q. Davis. Any on
that should like to become a member wil
apply to Ci, CO. BACOT,
996 2 Agent,
THE MUSIC HOUSE FTIESOUTJ
UIEMOVAL OUl -
Now Double Store
An Immense i1is1c Temple.
Two large stores, eotil 30 foot front at
four stories high, front ig on three stre
and filled front collar t loft with music
suplies. Nothing to nmpato with it
the southern States.
A BIG STO.RhE,
A BIG OCK,
A JIG TRAD1
During the ten year$ so
litshment of our house we havo, developt
the musio trade of the South to a woi
derful degree, but as yet we have only b
gun. Woco, not many years ahead,
business of a million a year. and to tal
care of this onormous trado we havo pr<
vided our present nininmoth waroroom
Fall trade 1880 will be immense. We i
ready for it. For months our sonior pari
nor has been at the North contractin
with Piano and Organ manufacturers f<
instruments. Ile has concluded mo
advantageous contracts, and tho Piano
and Organs are "coming, coming" 100,0(
more, by every steamer. Non Styles, Ne
Prices, Now Terms, Now Store, New D(
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 188(
Cash prices with three Months credit. -
During months of A-t. Sept. and Oc
we will sell Pianos at d. Organs at LowEi
Casu P10IOES, payable $25 Cash on a P
ano or $10 Cash en an Organ, vith ti
balanco in three months, wIruour INTE:
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFEli
Write for Illustrated Catalogues an
New Price Lists for Fall s0 and pr
pare to be astonished.
LUDDEN &. BATEs
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealer
A RE now offering for the inspectic
Sof the cit izens of' Fairfield te
FALL ANDI WINTERf STOCK. Eac
department er'i Dress Goods, Dri
Goods, (Clothting, Genis Goods ani
Hats, is full up with goods that has
hecn CARJEF'ULLY SELECTEE
The quaitlity oIf our Goods is FIRtS
CLASS, and they wvill be sold as Jo'
as anyb'lody can or will sell (hemx. W
HIE ADQ UA 1? TERlS
For all goods in our line. Ini Shot
we are . second~ to none. In qiualit
they are' as8 g~ood as are' shiown in th
or any othier mtarket. Renmtmber u
sell the followving brands, aind thi
every pair' are warrantmited:
We have sold Itese brands for TE~
YEiAR1S, anid they hiave always give
entitic satisfaction. As for prices, 1n<
body shall uinder'sell us.
\fe have a nie litne of Carpets o
hand, and are still selling the celebra
ed PEARL SlIlRT, as we can .tid 1:
McMASTER, BRtICE~ & KETOIID
T HE NEWV YORK
JAMES GORDON BENNET, Propriett
THlE BEST AND CHlEAPEST
NE W1SPAPER1 PUBLISHED.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
FIFTY CENTS FOIR SIX MONTH
An Extra Cop~y to Every olub of Ten.
TiIE NEW YORK HIERAL)]
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810 pays rot' one year, Xundasys ["eluded.
88 pays for one yenr, witout Suntdays.
85 pays tot' six mont ha, Sundays Included.
841 lpays for six mnont.hs, without, liundays,
82 pas for one year for any specified day
I 1 pays for six months for any speciied day
61 por' month (inchiding Sundays) wvl
charged on subscriptions for a less porn
t han three months.
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WVeek'ly (Dltoetn Edit ion).............
NEWSDE ALERS SUPPLIED,
Daily' Edition ................2X cents per Co]
Bunday Edition................4 cents per Col
Weekiy Edition.......... cents per Coi
N. B.-Not, less than 5i copies mailed to nbl
dealer1s at; wvholesalo rates.
We a llow no commission on subscriptions
all Edition. Address,
NidW YO1EK IIERtA LD,
Blroadtway and Ann Streel,, New York
SHOGES I SIOES I! SHOES !!!
BIOOTS I BOOTS!!I BOOTS I!!
I~'VE THIOUSAND) DOLLAI
I worth of Roots antd Shoes at
ELD)EIL & CO.'s. Corme anid buy
pair'. We can1 SUlt, you ini price.
TJIIE books f'or the collection
, towln taIxcs will be opent on t
lst Of October, and r'ema in open1 un
the 1st of' Decubeb'. My ofiee ie
the stoire of Messrs. F. El dcr & Co,
J. e..Ml C lark nm1'r-nser,
. WINES AND L1,QUO11S
WOULD most respectffilly inform
my customers and the citizens of Fal -
field generally, that I keep in stock a
full supply of ilne Liquors, Clgars,
Tobacco, &c., &c., and guarantee
satisfaction to any one giving me a
trial. Mv stock consists as follow :
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNA(
id BRAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WIHSKEXS
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MORINO DE MORA SIERRY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S RHEIME
GENUINE RHINE WINE.
a SARATOGA PURE RYE WIIS
- NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE WIHIS
0 KEESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE 'AND
CELEBRATED PFEIFFER E. RYE
- KENTUCKY BOURBON WHIS
- PLANTATION R YE WHISK I
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTH CAROLINA SWEET MASH
d CORN WiHISKmEY.
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYS
' BLACKBERRY BRANDY.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCHE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
HOME MYADE WINES.
I KEGDRYSCUPPERNONG WINE.
i 1 KEG SWEET SCUPPERNON
r ~ WINE.
y1KEG SWEET CATAWBA WINE.
e MYALT IQUJORS:
BERGER & ENGEL'S CELEB3RAT
V EiD LAGEiR BEER? ON DI) AUGUJT
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
Y PURE NATURAL APPOLONA
S HRIS WVATER.
.CIGARIS AND TOBACCO.
THlE AMERICAN TWINS CIGAR
5 FOR 25 CECNTS.
THE HAVANA CHIAROOTS-S
"T. W. BLACKWELJL'S SMOKING
n CHIEWING TOBACCO-TIIRIEl
.ICE, LEMONS, SOAWTR
THE BEST MIXED BEVERAGES
OF THlE SEA SON SERVED
r.AT ALL HOURS OF
TIlE DAY, TO SUIT THlE MOST
B. VERY RESPECT'FULLY,
I'. W. IIABIENIORIT.
my8 IEEAR OF.TOWN HALL
to ALL persons who bought stock
from me last spring on time wvhoso
notes are due first October, will
_ please be prepared to meet them, as
full payment wvill be required.
Prompt payment will only enable
me, to accommodate them next
a CORN AND FODDEMR
-- Delivered at my Stable on Congress
Street, located one door sooth of the
of Ladd buliling.
til A. WILLJFORJ,.
at Sept 28
If you want to sate money got
S ~ U(4ENHEY.MER RGOMEpNr
AT TIE CRNER STOCE
FALL A1D WINTER GOODS.
W t' BI'OJ leave to inform our customer and the publio generally, that w4 h..%,
lately disposed of our Grocery ?)epirtment for the piirposo .of making mot
roon1 for our
Which Are how In store, and have been iarked at prices to induce quick sales. We
cabUot enunerate the ak-ious kinds anit styles, bitt cordially invite all to call and oz.
amine our stock, and we shall ondeavor to uake it the interest of all to purchase.
CLOTJHING, IMATH AND GENTeS FUfrNISHING 0Ob.
This deparhent has been extonded, and we guarantee prices as low aR the loi'esk
Otr Troy City eorfect Fitting Crown Shirt cannot be surpassed. Laundriod or Un.
laundriod made to order If desired.
DAY STATE STANDARD SCREWED SHOES
Are our speoialty, and to those who have tried them we nood niot add words. To
those who are yet strangers to the durability of this honestly mado Shoo, we nsk you
to call and buy your winter supply, ora single pair only, if you prefer trying them.
You will not have to como ofton-they are acknowledged by many,.to outwear auf
ZEIGLER BROTHElS' Gents', Ladies', Misses', and Itifants' Fino Shoes. Itodudo
your Sh o bill and save money by buying tho best. Romember the place
J. M. BEATY & CO.,
oct 7 ON TiM, CORuNER.
GRAND FALL OPENNG
P. LAND ECKER & BRO'S.
U AVING just returned from the North, we can asstre otir 'riends and
1.c ustOmerB that we have secured the filuot selection of r, all and Win
ter Goods. Full and comploto assortment of the latest Novelties for fall
KID GLOVES I KID GLOVES 11 Two and three Buttons, 50 cent
English Lisle Thread Gloves with two, three and six buttons, all sizesj
both in N.hito and colors.
HIOSI..EJH , OS.K
Ladies' and Misses' Colored Hose in variety. Men's Half Hose-all
Our stock of White Goods, Embroideries, Handkorchiefe, Notions) &c.,
has never been more complete.
Gents' Furnishing Goods in all the now and attractive atyles. New
Clothing in new stylos and at old prices. Notwithstanding the advance in
the price of woolen fabrics, wo arorocciving thi largest and handsomest
stoOk of fine and mediun Olothing that has ovor been oxhdibited in the
Boro, which we will sell at LAST FALL AND WINTER PRICES I
An inspection is respectfully solicited.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
You B- M~_-rSex
~1Y STOCK of Furniture, which will bo the largest, hiandsomest'and chcajP
lv est acco -ding to qualily, and for desiygn anid workmanship unequaled.
Remember that all my goods are warranted to bo as represented. Price youlg
Furniture elsewhere, thent come to the fIrst-class store where you will have tho
best selectioni and cant b~uv cheape)r. Bear in mind that I ship goods to RhigeJ
way, Bilythewood, White'Oak, Wroodward's, lackstock, apid as far as Chested
and Yor~k. This is a reconainendationi of the quality anid price of my goods.
A no0w supl1y of Windlow Shatdos, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picturd
Frames, Chromos, H at ltaecks, and Book Shelves, cheap~er than the cheapest.
The largest suplyl of Tin Chamber Sets, miade to mtatch Cottage and Chamna
her Suits. Call and see them. A new snpply of Seing Machines as good as
any. D~on't Buy a Machine merely because your miothier or. your neighbor has
it and likes it. Remembe~nr that most of the machaines that are most largelyr
pufiled have but little merit. The one you witnt is the one that. will save you
time and vexation, is noiseless, runs light and wvill last a long tine. I have
it. Remember the Gold Medal was awarded to one of the Machines I represeut
over eighty competitors. 1 can refer you to mamny that are using It, and it has
alwayA given entire satisfaction. Remnember that I am agent for a Door and
Sash Factory. All orders entrusted to me will have prompt attention and at
the lowest prices. Furniture neatly repalired1 at moderato prices. I am also
p)rep~aredi to make to order. Lumuinber and Shingles for' sale at small profits. Sew~
lng M acine Needles andu attachments and parts of Machines can be had through
me. D)on't fail to call before purchasig elsewhere. R. W. PIIILLIPS.
FRESH ARRIVALS GREAT
I WOULDI respecGtfully inflorin my :5
customers andr the public inI geni
e.ial that my stock is now
O PLET AND $ / av o i $retl 1mgs
in all dlepartments. I call the spci~land sol vrpucae yu,
attention of the teirmers to) a Iargo anid wihwl edooe ?a
cheap lot of' Soap. Thirty..tlve R~oxes rcs
on hand-100 large cakes for $3.20 PyCoc
only. Twvelve Boxes of .'Theo1'cople'sOoti,
Starch" at 64 cents per lb, a
W E0 0 haroness ineathe &arc s
in groastvariety. rockerysandbylass
of Camed oods,'i'oac~o Cigashbt esa t critfly a es rel'e
in gea, vaquret., roc.r andsli braGslanaslsb
Call and examine my stock.
W. H1. D)ONLY, If. G.DESPORbTES.
oct 21 Onm lhe Corner. et2 __
DON'T BUY~ FANCY PPER.
* Until you have seen ours, T'heATO
famous WEBS'TER, beautifully painlt,
ed, sitng, dutrab'le, Pon't forget the hohmm ie as
Its theY BEST Tl ING ON W H EELS. thnweanhoahtIth "
U. a. DEsPOR TJ~, nietSoko w llad.mt
winsboro, s. C.
s. 9,DSPORTms & CO.,. tyGos vrbogtt
Ridgeway, s. o, ug Cm n1 ~ ~ ..
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