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Winnsboro Publishing Company
Whimsboro, S. C.
-RAIVRfOAD SCHEDUiE.-The trains
on the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
Rillroad reach Winnsboro as follows:
Day passenger, northward, 1.00 p. m.;
southward, 5.12 p. i. Night passen
ger, northward, 12.20 a. in.; south
ward, 8.69 p. m. Day freight, north
ward. 8.55 a. m.; southward, 12.40
p. m. Night freight, northward, 2.38
a. in.; southward, 10.85 p. n.-This
schedule is on the .basis of Washing
ton time,'which Is about fifteen minutes
ahead of Winnsboro time.
We must ask our subscribers to pay
us at once what they owe. The little
from,each can easily be paid, while the
aggregate is quite a consideration to
The new heating-furnace for the
rresbyterian Church has been put in
working order, and was used on Sun
day. The church Is now as neat and
comfortable as anybody can wish.
The improvements made are largely
the result of the zeal and labors of Mr.
D. It. Flenniken.
A GALA WEIE IN CIIARLESTON.-As
will be learned from our advertising
columns, next week is to be a season
of pleasure'for all visitors to Charles
ton. The Industrial Exhibition of the
Agricultural Society of South of Caro
lina, will be well worth seeing, and
will doubtless attract a large number
of people from different parts of the
State. The Jockey Club have arrang
ed for races, and other kinds of amuse
inents wilt present themselves. The
railroads will sell tickets at reduced
fare, and the people of the metropolis
will "spread themselves" to m'ake
everything pleasant and comfortable
for their guests. The Exhibition will
commenoe on the 6th and continue till
the 17th December.
POLITICAL PROsEcUTIoNs.-We un
derstand that Mr. John D. Sharpe,
Cornelius Johnson and Thomas With
erspoon, from Jonkinsville, the first
named whlite, and the others colored,
and all Democrats, wvere before United
States Commissioner Stoeber in Co
lumbia on Friday last, Mr. Sharpe be
ing charged with failure of duty as
supervisor, and the two colored men
-for voting more than one ticket at the
recent .election. Witherspoon was
discharged after a preliminary hear
lng, and Johnson bounid over for trial.
In Mr. Sharpe's case the Comnission
er reserved his deelsioni until he could
hear from Chief Supervisor Poier as
to whether or not Mr. 8. had qualified.
As a matter of fact none of the Demo
cratic supervisors for this county
qualified, and Mr. Sharpe cannot
therefore be held liable. The Martins
are supposed to have instituted these
prosecutions, and our own "sweet
scented" Henry Johnson appears to
have had a hand in them-as he was
seatedby Stoeber during the examina
- tion. Let these things be renoembered.
A NEGRO STABBED.- Saturday after
noon a dispute arose between Jo~hu
Rlochelle and Guy Lumpkin, resulting
in the stabbing of the former by the
latter. Rochelle's story is about as
follows: lHe and Lumpkin had been
joking together about their strength,
when he bet Lumpkin fifty cents he
could knock him down. Lumpkin ac
cepted the challenge,' when Rlochelle
knocked him down with a blow about
the head. Lumpkcin soon afterwards
met Rochelle on the street and, coming
suddenly upon him, gave him a severe
stab-the knife entering near the col
lar-bone and severing some minor
artery. Rochelle bled profhsely, but
went at once to Dr. Aiken's store,
where he was promptly attended to by
Drs. T. T. Robertson and E. W. Aiken.
The bleeding was checked after a short
* ~ while, and the wvound seemed not
necessarily fatal. At last accounts the
wounded man was doing well, and
there seem to be good chances he will
- not die. We have not heard Lump
kin's side of the story. We presume
he will claim that hie struck in self
defense, or, at all events, under very
severe provocatIon. We know nothhi
of Lumpkin. -Rochelle is a bad char
acter generally. If hts wound shall
*have tho'eff'ect of making a decent man
of him, the community will be greatly
THnE MEITHODIST CONFERENOE.-FoI
the information of our readers we
publish the following list of lay dole.
-gates and reserves to the South Care.
lina. Conference, which meets at Mariors
Courthouse on the 16th of December:
Orangeburg Distrit-B. A. McKib
bon, Dr. J. W. Summers, Jamea
Stoices, Rev. John Inabnit. Reserves:
J. E. Wannamnaker, P. V. Dibble.
Charleston District-Win. Stokes
A. E. Williams, Dr. N. F. Kirkland
V. C. Dibble. Iteserves: W. S. Utsey
J. M. Brabham, H. Cogawell, W. J
* okosbury Dietret-Rlev. M. M
Boadta.-r.-Lyon. J. R. Wright, T. S
Colutnbia -Distriot--Abram Joneb,
P. L. Wright, Dr. W. M. Walker, Rev.
A. B. Brown. Reserves: B. R. Tur,
nipseed, W. T. D. Cousar, R.D. enn
R. H. Jennings.
Greenville DIstrlet,-W. S. Morr.
son, P. A. McDavid, J. W. Daniels, J
C. C. Turner.
Spartanburg District-$. M. RIcO,
Dr. A. C. Fuller, T. L. Itames, J.' .
Sumter District-W. H. Steinmeyer,
John 0. Durant, William It. Croskrey,
E. Rollings. Reserves: J. W. Rem.
bert, M. E. McDonald, S. H. Spencer,
Dr. James M. Burges4.
Florence District-J. B. Clarkson,
G. Hoffneyer, J. F. Carraway, I. P.
Brock. Reserves: J. Epps, W. A.
Brunqon, R. R. Lawson, J. A. Kelly.
Marion District-Messrm. Norton,
Sellers, P. M. Hamer, J. C. Covington.
Reserve: Dr. E. L. Swett.
Tme GitEENVILLE RAILHAD.-At a
meeting of the incorporators of the
Columbia and Greenville Railroad
Company, held in Columbia, Novem
ber 28d, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
R. S. McCaughrin. president; A. C.
Haskell, vice-president. Directors
J. S. Cothran, Abbeville; Wm. A.
Courtney, James Conner, F. J. Peizer,
Charleston, A. C. Haskell, Columbia;
II. B. Plant, Wm. P. Clyde, R. T. Wil
son, New York; T. M. Logan, James
Bryan, James H. Dooley, F. R. Scott,
Richmond. The following officers
were appointed by the board of direc
tors: T. M! R. Talcott, general mana
or - James Conner, general counsel ,
J . Fry, superintendent C. H.
Manson, treasurer I Thomas i. Bar
ker, secretary and auditor; Sol. Iaas,
general freight agent; A. Pope, gen
eral passenger agent Resolutions
were adopted declaring the policy of
the company, and directing that the
mnanagement should be conducted with
a view to develop local traffic and pro
duction throughout the country tribu
tary to the road, and that large and
liberal facilities should be afforded to
producers and to the patrons of the
road, with a view to the fullest devel
optment of the business of the road.
Resolutions were also adopted that it
was not the purpose or policy of the
company to divert trade and. busi
ness from Charlston, but to increase
it so as not to injure but to benefit that
TRAUIO DEATHS IN UNION.-Last
Thursday, while Ephraimn Kelly and
Major Jeter, two negroes, were -at
work haliig cotton -on Mrs. D. E.
Gee's plantation near Santue, a dispute
arose -between the two, which resulted
in Kelly's almost instant death by a
pistol shot from the hands of Jeter,
the ball entering the region )ust below
the heart and going entirely through
the body. Kelly spoke but a very
few words after receiving the fattil
shot. It Is said that they were drinking
at the time the difficulty occurred, anid
that Jeter became angry at Kelly for
teasing him about something an'd de
liberately pulled out his pistol and shot
him Jeter claims that it was purely
accidental. Jeter is a mere boy, only
eighteen or nineteen years of age. le
was arrested and iodge4 In jail to
await his trial at the next term of -the
Court of General Bessions. -On Fri
day Frank Jeter, a colored brAkesman
on the Spartanburg, Union and Co
lnmbia Railroad, was struek on the
head by a bridge 'as the freight train
was passing under its Is injuries are
--Sitting~ Bull Is about ready to ne
gotiate a surrrender to the United
States authorities. His warriors' are
deserting him and the Blackfeet In
dians raiding his. villages. is opin
ion of the government of Queen Vic
toria has changed, and he doesn't wish
to be a British subject any longer.
For sale at the Drug Store, by
nov 18 W. B. AIKEN.
GEORGIA STONE MOUNTAfli
At F. W. Habenicht's and A.Wlhliford's,
Sole Agents for Winnaboro. nov 25
COLUJMI A HOTEL.
nov 254xim . PROPRIETOI.
F IN E L IQUO RS.
N ATHANS BROS.' Old Cabinet Rye,
1863, Old Rloanoke Wiskley, 1860.
Also, Rlotterdam Brandy. Cold Ham for
lunch from 11 to 1 o'olook every day,
I HAVE recently made extensive addi
tions to my stock of Wines and
liquors, which consists of a fall assort
ment of Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey0
French Braundy, Apple Brandy, -Peach
Brandy, Sherry Wino, bouppernong Wine,
Champagne, ete., eto.
1?o laim to sell the FINEST AND
PREST RYE WHISKEY to be had In
Wlonsboro. Givo It a trial.
I also also keep on hand afuill upply of
5EGAES AND TOBACCO,
in great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at the PALWETTO HOUSE,'In ths
Winsboro Hotel building.
. mch 21,
TiE REASON WHY
O ouany farmers Aril 16 itot 'so inucll
... on seount of the'.politioal situa.
tion, but becauso'thei don't. blf Go
ceries fnom- the undei'slgned. As t
gidep'I giv an abbreviated catalogut
Flour-all grades-prices ranging
f'om*8.60 lo $10 per barrel; New
Buckwheat Flour, just. received; Su
gars, Coffees, (Roasted and Green),
Bacon, Hams, (canvassed and uncan
vassed), Lard, (in tierces, buckets and
cans), Cream Cheese, Maca'rol, Bolt
ed Meal, Pearl Qrlts, Molasses and
Svrups of all grades. Also a lot of
new crop New Orleans to arrive In a
Red l*ay Wheat, (a fino select ion),
Rye, Barley and Red Rust-Proof Oats.
The "Farmer's Friend Plow," a
want long felt by the industrious til
lers of the.soil; ivill not choke in the
foulest land, light and easy to handle,
yet durable. Also Plow Hoos, Axes,
frace Chaius, Nalls, Horse and Mule
BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of my Goods will bear inspection,
which I Invite.
nov 23 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
r HIS is an .ssociation of business men,
-A- who, for their mutual protection,
contribute towards a fund, so as
in case of death, their familins may re
ceive from $2.000 to $5,000, according to
amount of certificate. This is one of the
best plans of life insurance. You pay as
you go, just like fire insurance, and with
more convenience even, as you pay by
small instalments during the year. We
refer to thoso best acquainted with us,
viz : members in Fairfield: G. H. Me
.ianstor, Jag. A. Briep, Jno B. Davis, D.
R. Flenniken, B. Hugenheimner, J. W.
McCreight. Jno. J. Neil, Thomas L. John
son. J. Clendining, B1. B Hanahan, It.
Means Davis, Jas. Q. Davis. Any one
that should like to become a member will
apply to G, C. BACOT,
ont 2 Agent.
WORTH OF GOODS
TO BE SOLD AT
VERY SlYALL PROFITS.
N0 change necessary to be made in
our business, for the reason that we are
gaining ground instead of losing, and
if this good trade of ours continues,
the bait thrown out will become so
tainted with skippers, that the parties
holding the line will be met with the
sad fisherman's luck.
We extend a cordial Invitation tc
one and all to call and see us.
SUGENITEIMER &g GROESCHEL,
8UBSCRIBE FOR TI1HE
WEEKLY PALMETTO YEOMAN,
It is an eight-page paper, designedl for
the people, hie Iinteresting ma'tter
-Famnily Rading. News, Markets, &c,
Subseripitlon: One year, $1.80; Seven
Months, $1.00; Three %Ionths, 60 eegts
p ayable mn advance. For zsix Names and
Ninc Dollars an Extra Copy for one year.
Specimens furnished. The D AILY YEO.
MAN, an afternoon paper. is $4 a year.
C. M. MeJUN~KIN,
121f Editorit nd Publisher.
DR. WV. E. AIKEN,
.Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
'WINNSEOEO, S. C.
-Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
- I3ASTORI OIL, Bluestone, Borax, Cay
\ enne Peper, Lactoneptine, Bath
Sponges, &ouh Syrups. SoothIng Syru>s,
Bay Rtut, Perfmery, Cinehonidla, Qui..
nine, Tufia', Gilder's an I Strong's ils,
Essence Ginger, Capsine Plasters.
IOnion Sets, Prepared Cocoa, Canary
Seed, Gun Piwder TIoa, Hyson Tea, Pow.
dered Black Pepper, Macbin. Oil, &e. Just
MoMA STEIR, BRlICE & KEITChINl.
I.now oco'.pied by Mr. John Glad
den. Apply to'- F. EbfDERt..
nov 12A In ~..
THE MUSTC HOUSE OF1T HE SOUJTH
ItEiOVAL TO OUlt
New Doubl Store
An Immense Music Temple.
Two largo stores, each 80 feet front and
four stories high, fronting on threo streots
and filled from cellar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to comparo with it in
tho Southern States.
A BIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
AND MORE TO COM,
During the ten years sinco our estab
lishment of our house wo have developed
the niusic trado of tho South to a won
derful degree, but as yet we have only be
gun. Wesee, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a i oar, and to tako
care of this onorinous trade we have pro
vided our present mamimoth warorooms.
Fall trade 1881' will be immense. Wo are
ready for it. For months our senior part
nor has boon at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
instruments. fle has concluded most
advantageous contracts, and the Pianos
and Organs are "coming, coming" 1011,000
more, by overyi steamer. No Styles, Now
Prices, Now Terms, New Store, Now De
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880.
Cash prices with threo Months credit.
During months of An" ' Selt. and Oct.
w.- will soll Pianos at d Organis at LowEsT
UAsI! PRIoEs, payable -Ir25 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Orgia. with tcho
balance in three months, wilnouT INrEn
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO T1is OFFEE?
Write for Illustrated Catalogues and
New Price Lists for Fall lbt16 and pre
pare to he astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES'
- SAVANNAH, GA.
Wholesele Plano aniI Organ Dealers.
A NEW KIND 0F WATCH CASE.
New bebause it is only within the last few
years that it has been Improved anti brought
within the reach of every one: old in principle
because the first Invention was made and the
first )atent taken out nearly twent-y years ago,
and cases made at that tImq, and worn ever
since, are nearly as good as now. Read the fol
lowIng which Is only one of- the many hun
dreds; your jewelers can toll of slmailf~r ones :
M ANSFI ELD,,PA., May 29, 1878.
I have a customer who carrIed one of hoss'
Patent eases fifteen years and i kinow It twoe
years before lie got It, and lI noiw appears good
for ton years longer. 1I. E. OLNRY.
Rlemember' that Jas. Boss'lis tho- only patynt
ease made of two plates of soltld gold (one oute
sIde and one inside) coverIng every part ox
posed to wear or sIght. Th. great advantagt
of those plates Is apparent to 'every one. Boss
Is the only palent case with 'whIch there fi
given a wrItten warrant, of wvhich the followinf
Is a fac-simle;
IP $NM~roitr 011
see thatyou get the gualrantee with each'cns.
Ask your jeweler for illustrated catalogue.
We think we can show a littlo th<
nicest Stock of New Fall and Win
toig Goods, over brought to enu
burg. Come and see us.
SUGENHEIMER & GROEsCHIEL.
HIANC~OIR AND ENGllIl
. FIVE THLOUSAND)
8 Y N 0 1 0 I T I0
FIVE CENT CIGARS
A ME RIC A
F. W. 1IABJENICHT'S
.DEBTORS TAKE NOTICE.
A LL parties Indebted to us on any
~.. accouint whatever will please comt
forward and settle immediately,as we need
the monoy and must have lSE Any on<
who has bought stoek -fromn us, who is sc
ithfortunato as not to be'able to pay, wvill
please bring the stock and agroe on
settlement so ss to save us trouble, andc
costs to themselves. Settlement we imus
have. No other notice will be given, and1
action will be taken at once againast all
who do not respond.
nov 13-f x2w 'W. 11. DOTY &CO.
Clothing for Men, Xouths and
Boys--A meaning sign, yet oul
friends say there's nothing monr
about us. Como and attit yoltr.
solves. RunEtnunneen~ A .QZIESIE
J?. LANDECK( l
A N D)
GOODS GIVEN AWAY!
W E, Cle undersigned, annlounice .o
. lihe public that we iave just re
coived a now lot of
LADIES' AND GENTS'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TRUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
Whuicli we will sell at the lowest; and
In addition to the low priecs we give
to every puichasor of $5.00 an extra
FIFTY CENTS WORTH OF GOODS,
And to every purclaserof $10, an cx
tra preseit of
ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH.
A new lot, of Three-Unitoned Hid l
Gloves, only 50 icents, real Alexander
Kid Gloves, $1.00--worth $1.25.
ALL KINDS AND STYLES.
A call for inspection is cordially in
vited, and satisiheltion suniaiteed InI
every respect. I
' P. LANDECKElt. & BRO.
Pg ol o arfea
NOTICE is now given' that it will
btothe zavatage ot buyersl ' to
GLANCE AT GOODS
in our lino before buyving elsewhere.
WVe propose selling Goods as lowv as
.the same quality aire sold or ofleredl by
any body. Our Goods speak for theni
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OPFFERED
We would call the attention of the
Ladies to our stock of
an inlspectionl of which we respectfully
3 McMASTERI, BRICE & KiETCH1N.
llOne & Chialt~rs
T HIE Finest llnes of tadios' and Gents'
.Gold Wastcheis, Chaiuns, Pins and
Ear-Rings, that havo ever boon brought
to this place.
A fine assortment of (Jameo and Plain
Silver and Plated Ware of all kinds.
Violins, Violin strings, &c.
HIANDSOME TOILET BETS.
Vases, Motto (Cups, Lainip Goods, Glass
Wvare, Clocka, &o. All as CuxSA as the
Cheapest. nov 16
-HER~MANN BUL EYN1ELE,
Faetor & General Commission Morehant,
CIHIA R L E S T N, S, C.,
I ~ DEATKR IN
GERMAN RAINIT, or POTIASHI SALT,
Peruvian Guano, No. 1 ond No. 2,
Pure'Fish Guano, Nova Scotia Land
Planter, Ground Mouth Carolina Plhos
phato, snd other FEPRTILIZES11. Also,
CO0R N, O ATS8, H A Y, E t ,
Orders 1)llied with dlispatch, and liberal
advances made on conislinents of Cot
toin and othet- Produce.
nov 4-xnm * . - - --.
KA' TIHIE CU]
FALL IAN) V
E, BEG leave to inform our customei
lately disposed of our Grocery Do
room for our
Which are now in store, and hnvo been
Mannot eniumerato the inrliousg indsq and 81
imnine our stock, and we sh1all end'avor t(
CLOTHfING, HA TS ANI) G I
This department has b'con extended, at
3r ITroy City Perfcet. Fitting Crown 8hir
.aundried nado to order if desirod.
BAY STATE STANDA
Are our specialty, and to thlose who have
ihose who aro-yet strangers to the durabil
0 cal0111and buy your winter s1pply, ora Hi
iou will not lavo l' como often--thoy art
ZEIGLER BROTHERiS' Gents', Ladies'
,our S. o bill and save money by buying
\/ Y STOCK of Furniture, which Wi
LV1 est according to quality, and for
tememiher tit all Imy goods are warra
aiture elsew here, thno come to the
est selection and ean hluy chealpr. 11
vav. BlIIthewood, White'Oak, Woodw
Id York. This is a recommlendlationl
A now supply of' Windowv " Shades, Air
Pratnes, Chromiios, lilt Iftiks, and Bool
The largest su1pply% of TPiu CIh(flamijer 8
er Suits. Ca.'ill aId see them. A new
Iy. J)on)'t Bliv a Miacinile merely bee
LI ain likes it. Ilemeimer tha1t, iost o
miReid have but little ierit. The one I
1ime td vexation, is noiseless, ru
t.. Remember tihe (old Nedli was aw
*ver eighty competitors. I (ln referi v
I ways given elire satisfaction. 1ein
4ish LaIetory. All orders ClIti'uisted to
hle lowest prices. Ftirit ure n1eait.ly% rel
repalred to uike to order. Lumber an
lig Mainle Nevedles an1d attaichments 0
lo. )ont Ihiil to cill 1bef010 purchasini
RIWAYS ON HAND I
The very best NORFOLK OYSTERS,
:hree timecs a week, at
F. Wi. HIAIENICHIT'S.
Best Salt Water FRESHl ISH~, all the
year round, and always warranted to be
-F. W. HIABENICH'S.
To arrivo this woeok one barrel Old1 13
NATH AN'S C'AIINETi Wil1lSKEY, (gen
P. S. Some of same, veCry old, in stock,
PHJIJLADElPIA LACUsR BEER in
one-half Pint Bottles, for Family uiso,
very lowv, at,
F. WN. H AhENICHTI' 'S,
ALL~ persons who bought stoclt
from mo lasit stpring on timo whlos<
nlotes are duo first October, will
pllonse bo prepared to lneet them. as
fuill patymen~t wvill be required.
Prompt paymiont wvill only' onable
mnc to 'accommodate them nexi
CORN AND) FODDER
Delivered at my Sta ble on Congresa
street, locaedl 01ne door south of the
sep1t 23 . A. WILLIFORD.
'It1 undersigned begs leave to say
to) Ihe publlic thaiit he 18 nIOW run
ning a first-class .Shaving Saloon in
avery resp~ect. None but comi 1ten1t
md1( export workmnen areo 0omp oyed,
11d( those whlio wvill favor us8 with their
mustom are guar'an teed satisfaction.
Done in tlie latest and ntest style.
DIon't forget. to call and give me a
Irlal, and I wvill please yet.
J1. M. McCA LL,
OpposIte Dr. Alkeun's Drug Store.
rs and the public gener.lly, that we han
partimiout for the piirpouo of, making 1or)
o o:D S,
markeid at prices to induco qu1ie'< Raleq.,
tl'ves. hut cordially invi'c al1 to nil and ex.,
Snako it the intertst of' all to purasinOe.
!NTS' FURNLSHING GOObs,
d we guarantee prices a low as the lowest,
t cannot be sirptUsud. wLaundried or Un.
LRD SCRE WED S110ES
.tried then wo need niot odd words. To
ty of this honestly uaiudo 1itoe, we ask you
igle par only, it yon prefor trying thini.
aoknuwlodgod, by many to outwear any
Mises', and Infants' Fine Shoes. Red noo
the bort. Romember the place
J. M. BEATY &.CO.,
il be the largest, handsomest anid che'ap .
designi and wvorkinanlship uiiiit'tialed.
ntd to be ats represented. Price your
first-class store where you will lmve the
mirl in mind that I ship 'goods to Ridge
ard's, l1iackstock, an1d as far 118 Chester
)> the quality and price of my goods:
all Pockets, Brackets, MiArrors, Pictiro
< Shelves, chollper tialln tle clieapest.
Mts, made to ma1utch Cottage and Claim
supply of Sewini. Matlchines a1s good as
1inse yout mother or your iighbor his
fi the machies that iro most largely
vont wait is the 0110 that will save you
is light and will last, a long timo. I have
arded to oneo of the Machines I represceit
)I to m1an1y that 111 usling it., 1111d it haIs
ember thait I am agenit for a Door and
mie will have prompt attention and at
mlred at moderat prices. I am11 alIR
d Shinlgics for sale at 1sm1all proIts. Sew
.id pars of Machilnes canl he had I brough
g elsewhoe. it. WV. PI'll f 11J111,1.
I1F YOU WANT
ANYTHIING %N TiE
CALL AND GET THIE BEST AT
FW J./MBENVIHT S.:
SCOTOU WHISEEY~ PUNCHES,
3AMVAIOA RUM PUNQHES,
TOY! AND .tERRhIUWS,
~IADN OF~ TIlfl IEST IMPORLTED Lt
F. W. lA13ENIOHT'B.
THlE "DON tCAR~O ,"
BEST TEN CENTS OIGAR~ FOIL TIIFId
MONE~Y, T '
nov idF. W, HIABENIIHT'$.
FO.E TJIH E PE OP~10.
ONE C Afl LOAD OF. THElS - AMOUS
O~ta CAfl .lOAD OF' THEl REILTAB~l
WJB WILL NOT BE UJNDERSOLD~
-For sale by.
U. 0. DES2OR TESD
B, S. DESrORlTEs & 00.,
Ridtgeway, s. 0.
Ladies' furnishing goods, apaw
nice Stockings, Corsets,, (lotnkf.
Shawls etc. See the New Goods a1c4
learn ti16 prices.
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