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'OWN AND COUNTY.
UESDAY, Jantary I. : : 1881.
TFIms OF TIHE NEws AND hERALD.
-TrI-weekly edition,.four dollars. per
amiUm, In advaince; weekly edition,
two dollars and fifty cents pCraninum,
i advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of five and upw'ards.
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ud one-half cents per line for each
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remnents. Simple announcements o1
arriages and deaths published free or
targe, and solicited.
All communications, -of whatsoever
ture, should he addressed to the
innsboro Publis iug Company
ijnsboro, S. C.
RAILROAD ScuCULE.-The trains
i the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
allroad reach Winnsboro as follows:
ay passenger, northward, 1.42 p. m.;
uthward, 4.57 p. i. Night passei
rj northward, 12.16 a. in.; south
ard, 3.59 p. i. Day freight, north
ard. 8.55 a. in.; southward, 12.38
m. Night freight, northward, 2.38
it.; southward, 10.35 . n.-This
hodule is on the basis of. Washing
n time, which is about fifteen minlutes
lcad of Winsboro time.
(The night passenger' trains will not
p at Winnsboro.]
Bargains at Connor & Chandler's.
Notice-J. E. Mcionald, Assignee.
. 0. 0. F.-J. P. Caldwell, Secre
Sale and Feed Stables-A. Willi
Attention G. L. I.-T. H. Ketchin,
The fine large Newfoundland (log of
r. 1). Rt. Flenniken, died on Sunday
bout one "o'clock. Bruin was a fine
pecmen of the canine tribe, his nor
al weight being about one hundred
ud thirty pounds. le was about
inae years old, and had been well
rained. His death was caused by too
rent anl accumulation of fat inl the
ardiacal regions. Heart disease is
cry contagious, as the Vice-President
ud the Akoond of Swat of the B. P. U.
ave reason to know.
David C. Aiken, one of the colored
urvivors of the Sixth Regienat, says
iis son Dave, about fifteen years old,
ark colored and slightly stooping,has
ot the swell-head since the election,
ud has run off from him. Ile thinks he
s somewhere about the line of Fair
old and Chester and ie wants to get
old of him. Dave says he used to be
Republican, until he saw there was
to good for anybody in it; and if any
ood should happen, it would be by.
occident. So hre is done with it.
NEWi ADvERTIsEMENTs. - 1\essrs.
Conner & Chandler advertise great
pargains in everything in their line.
f yea want something pretty call oni
*hem with the cash. They also requaest
arties indebted to them to call prompt
Sy and close their accounts.
Mr. A. Williford takes occsion to
hiank tihe public for past p~atronlage,
ad to announce that he is ready to
serve them again, lie is prep~ared to
supply all wh'o may need mules or
horses, or both. Good Lerms given to
A GALL TO T1H E CLUBS.
The County Chtairmian Mtakes an Appropri
ate Appeal to the Demtocrats of Fairaceld
I had not expccted, .Demnocrats of
Fairfleld, to commuunicate with you of
ficially before it was necessary for ns
to reorganilze for anlother~ campaign twvo
years hence. 'L he recent electiont had
passed off gjuietly, without bloodshed
to mar~ the occasionr,or a single instance
of aggravated violence to linger and
rankle in th< hearts of any of the citi
zone of the county, although it was
known to you a,'d to m.e that sche~mes
had been devised to crowvd you ro
tihe polls and overwvhelmn the boxes
with fraudulent votes, and that anry anid
all other moans for the carrying of tho
election-including the slaughter of'
Democrats-had been proposedl anrd dis
cussed and, in some instances, agreedl
upon. Through this contest, 1110 bit
terest and moat determined, upon the
part of the Radical leaders, which I
have ever witnessed, and with all the
above causes for discord and ill-tem
per, yen bore yourselves like good cit
izens and brave men as yen are; exer~
cising chuarity and displaying magna
nimity, which, although under the
peculiar circumstances, was, p~erhap~s,
due to the ignoranlt, dleluded race with
whom we had to deal, still reflected
great lustre upon01 your manhood, for
yeu relied solely upon0) the legal, peace
ful agency of the ballot b~ox, when
taunts and threats were sufficienit to
have driven you to another and quick
er and far less onerous process, and
crowned your party efforts with suc
cess, thereby achieving another tri
uimph for thre cilvilizationl of your day.
As evidence of the general advan
tages of this success, honest, honor
able, competent men fill o'ur official
positions, fromt governor to coroner;
nor is there an intelligent, truthful
man of either race wiho doubts for a
moment that equal and exact justico is
within the reach of every one; nor
who denies that all things, both mate
rial and mioral, have been substan
tially benefitted by this overthrow of
Radicalism. Notwihstanding these
admissions, which are made ont all
hands, there are a few disappointed
white man haters--villains at beart and
thieves by nature and lifelong prac
tIce--whoe .It seems are not to be de.
prived of at portion, att least., of' that
Dlunder rioan which the had st thei
heqrts It elected, and for purposes of
galit are trumping up cases, through
perjur11y, against the Democrats of both
colors i this county, and many of our
best citizens-are being -dily arrested
and bound over to attend, at great
ilcOllvoiClCe, the United States Court
in the city of Charleon. Somec of,
th1ese gentleien, opecially those of
color, cann ill aillord the loss of time,
and hargo expenses to be incurred in
these trials. A nd I had as well ment ion
at olc that tile object ot this colm
iication is to sayN' that it i t0h dity of
the Domjocratic party of tho State, and
of this county inl pirticular, to imlako
com11on cause with them, aiding them,
not on1ly% Ivith our counsel and svipa- (
thy, but by other and more substan
tial imeans. No partv canl cxist, nor
olight it to survive fir' anl hour, 'wich
does not individually feef uid collec
tively rosent the oppressions and ill
suits to its huiimblest iltubers- whichj
is not )IllelCIled here, for in this in
stance our most Worthy, ellicienit and
indefltigable laborers are selected,
knowing, as our elellies do, that with
men of tills character rendered useless
for the fuiirie, ltadicalisi can again:
run riot iough our country. Indeed,
tie jeopatizing of the liberties of a
whole conhliuunitv by the peljurv of
beasts like Heiry Jolhson, NoahJohn- T
Son), Tom Moore. the Mart.ins, Boitig
Gregory, Aleck (oode, aind a few oth
ci's 01 this Stripe, is of' little ilolielit it'
Radicailismn canl again assume (lhe lead,I
dtl fiw dolilrsdroppedinfl tile pock
ets of Ilobbs 1111d his ioro decelit neC0gro
colftrer-es who are hiduniding oil the
plrocess, ad disgrmcing wl t ought to
be at decent adinlistr1at'ion, evenl al
most assumiig tie roll of pimps and
spies. Fili I to colmie to t lie sitllce
of these, your brethbren in distr(es,, aId a
I say to you frankly that. Demnocracy 14
Will'have no0 cliai upon 111)0) te se0rlvicCs
of men of nerve, of energy and)(1 of
liteiprise ill the future, an(], inl n1 8
opinion, will looik inl vaill 1or. that
deliveranile wv hich thesc (1lone have
votcllsafeid to you in tile pist. The
presidents of clubs throughout the
colity will. therefore, at oince assem
ble their clubs ain(] assess each mem
ber $1.00, to be collected torth1w itl,
and held subject to orders from these (
headquarters, said auinoult to hei used
at the discretioni of our executive con- I
mittee, an(d for purposes set forth in
I think it, would he well also when
clubs meet to take a vote and author
izo tile plresident's or other parties to
(enilanid of the sCh1ool t'ustees of each
district that no more Radicals be al
lowed schools, but that Democrats be
given prefereice ill all instances. "As
the twig is bent so the tree inclined,"
and it is a significant, fact tiat in most
instaimces, at tile last election, Radical
school teachers aid educated niggers
Were Seletedit as spies and piiimps.for
the dirty wivork of the party. Give us I
the educiting of your children amid we
Carm little who runs1 the governmlienlt,
has been ai old and truthful maxim of
the Church of Rome.
It must be a matter of solicitude to
each well-wisher of his couitry to
know that taxes collected from Demo
crats and levied by Demiocrats are to
be perpeltually used to educate a race
in our iidst who are so prejudi'ced
against us that they actually refuse to
have t heir children educated'by I Demo
crats, although of their own color,
and that those 'ho have been ost.
beneclitted by the expcinditure (.f the
white mantii's money are now ieast
cager to report and1(. swear lies for. his
destruction. It is time that tile sickly1
senltimlentality hieretofore purIsuied by
the Democracy of this iStatc shouldl
cease, and thazt these grave questions
should 1)0 dealt wvith plainly-, practi
cally and heroically for thle 'good of
0our peoleh anid the pea(ce of our conu
try, and11 not as heretofore, for tihe
futile purpose of coniciliatinig North
T. W~m. WVoonwAun,
--Bob Inigersoll says that it was
dIrinkinig hotel coffee whichl first made
him) ain atheist.
I. 0.0o. F.
ALLa members of Mt. Zion Lodge, No.
.. 35 L* 0. 0. F., are reqluesited to
bpresent at tho meetiig to-night for the
installation of oflicers.
J. P. CALD WELL,
jan 11-1t. zecretary.
A TTENTI&N ! G. IL. II.
A TTEND4 extr'a meeCtinfg of company
..L. in Town llail this (Tuesday) eve
ning at 7 o'clocek A full attendaunce is
desirodl, as business of imiportance will be
transacted. By order:
T. HI. KE'TCIIIN,
jan 11-fl Seretary.
A P. MILL~ERl, muorchant, of the town
-i. of W~insboro, N. C., hiaving, on
the 4th day of January, inutanlt, mado an
assignmen~it to mae of all hlis propewrt~y and
stock in trade fo'r thle benefit of hiis cred
itorti, notico is hereby given that a) meetL
ing of saidI ecditors will ho hold in amy
oflice. No. 3 Lawv Ilanige, Winnsboro, N. C.,
on U'ridaiy, thme 14th inistanl, at 1 1 a. mf.
All persons having claims will preaent
them on that day, and till persons jidebt
ed to the said A. P. Miller will mnako pay
ment to tho undersigned.
J. E. McDONALD1,
Jan 11.-t2x1 Assigneo.
llilor & haleors
WATE have bought largely this sea
sV(Onl and must have imucy to
settle 01ur bills. We tberefore offer'
sP1DCIAL~ B.'iARG INS
'to cash pur'chasers. .Those who come
early will secure the choice of articles.
We respectfuilly request those who
owe us to come for'ward( and( pay3 upi.
We helped thlem in their need( and~ ex
pect them to help us ini our1s. Th'ie old1
y'ear has closed and all accounts should
All who have jobs In our shop of
Watches, Clocks and Jewel'y, should
call and get themil, and save the same
from forfelture, .'
OF THE CONDITION'OF TIH
WINNSBORO NATIONAL BANK,
W INNSBORO, in the State of South
Carolina, at the oloso of business,
Dcoemuber 31st, 1880.
roans and discouits, $ 70,235 .97
)verdrafts, 629 71
J.H. BondH to secure circulation, 75,000 00
Duo from approvod reservo
agents, 6.467 69
)ue from othor National Bank?, 2s,030 64
Ieal estato, furniture and lix
tures, 1,803 45
urrent expensea and taxes paid, 2,893 97
Ihecks and other onsh items, 28 00
illa of other Banks, 6,442 00
?ractional paper C u r r a n c y,
nickeliuand pennies 19 57
pecio - 2,781 00
iegal tender notes, 13,300 03
tedemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5OU of circulation), 2,739 60
Total, $'03,2"0 90
'apital stock paid in, $75,000 00
u rplus fund, 4.017 84
Jidivided profts. 17,548 42
tional llank notes outsitand
Ing, 66,200 00
)ividends un paid, 163 00
ndividijual deposits subject to
check, 42,986 63
)omnd vorlifieat."s of deposit, 660 35
ue to other National Banks, 1,101 06
Total, $208,270 90
S-'TT.. Mr SOU'rH CAROLINA,
Counitv of Fairield, as:
I, T. M. ELLIOTT, Cashierof the above
aiied bank, do solemnly swear that the
bovo statement it true to the best of my
nowledge and belief.
T. K ELLIOTT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this
th day of Jauary' , 1881.
W1?. N. Cu ..trx, Notary Public.
Comuc-r - Attost:
G . 11. 'McMASTElt,
JAS. A. BRIC0, - Directors.
D. Rt. FLENINIKEIN,
j in 11-ti
iINNSBORO, S, C.
S 1880 has passed away, I am
thankful for the past favors be
towed on me by my cusfioners of
hester, Lancaster and Fairfield coui
ics, and niust say that I hitvo col
Dcted excedingly vcll, notwithstund
nig the dry seasoin and short crojps. I
tow in vite them to come, and I will
.MIULES .AND HORSES
mn time until fall, upon their making
ne good pap~ern. I also invite (Cash
muyers, as I can sell to them as low as
hie lowesat for Cash.
I DEFY COMPETITION.
THIE firm of Desportes & Monts is thits
Lday finally dissolved by limnitation,
L'ho accountfs against the concern niiust
>o* preseted immiiediaitely, and those in
lebted are requested to mnkolc promipt set..
lemnent. Mr. UI. G, Desportes is author
zed to receipt for the same.
U. G. DESPORTES,
Jaunary 1, 1881.
EDITORS AND NEWSPAPER MEN
if the country enldorie James Bloss' Patent
Joid Watch Cases. As a proof, read the fol
lt imere. Mrd., Marc~h 8. 1880.
It. gives me pietnsttreo to inform 301n thaft tihe
[amas 11oss Wantch Case I haVo carried has
ulily. J. TI. HiINGOL ,)
Ed. anld Prop't TJele'gram11.
IAI~ayet (Ce, 11nd , Mairchi 8, 5880.
T l~ake pleasurle its 'omedintig 1.he0 James
loss Walch Caise as highlIiy sat Isfact ory andio
(gulll in wvear t~o one of solldl gold. Thley are
he "Jioss" in fact, as well as in noime.
\V. s. LiNOhE,
Edi. nnd1( Prop't. Courier.
lD's 7,lint , Ia., Feb0. 23. 1880.
Our mannngr ha:s carriltl a James Boss
I'nit('nt Watt chi Case5, a nd cheerfully says that, 11,
:anniot, be becateni in rinv way.
5T AVTE LEADIER CO.
1Uiib'rs la Slatc Leader.
I aim plePtS('d to say thait, the Jamiies noss
Watchi (ase I hav'e is enitirely sahlsfactory,
bein g in every respct, juist, as irrsenited. It
is at prfect, beauty. M. HI. PJCTIEttI,
Wauisaui, wis., March 10, 1s80.
Th'ie WVatch ('ase [ haive of your make Is in
ivery way3 sat isfactory : It Is jtst Spllntild.
MAUK H1. BARtNUM,
Ed(. and prop't Turch of I~berty~.
The abiove areC Cccrr'ed in by hiunilreds of
rit her~ eitors as wiell as mierch~ant s, mechanics
iiid jel ers, in all paris of thei counltry.
ThIs Is (lihe onily patentl ease marie of Two
Plaites oif Solid Gold. Itlls whaated by spa.
clal cerItlicat e. Ask your jeweler for ilustra
tecd cat alogule ucntaining lull descrIption.
Fresh Driugs and1( Medicines.
[1ASTORt lilt, luestone, Borax, Cay.
\... 01nno Pepp~er, iLctopeptihL, Bhath
Spo0nges, .ouigh Syrup~s, Soothlng Syru ps,
Bay Rum i, Perfumiliery, Cinehonid in, Qui
nind, Tufts', Gilder's an I Stronig's Pills,
Essenco Ginger, Capsine Plasters.
Onion Sets, Prepared Cocoa, Canary
Seed. Gan Piwdor 'Pea, Ilyson Teca, Pow
dored Ilack Pepper, Machine Oil, &e. Just
MeMASTERI, BIRICE & ICETCHIIN.
King's Mounitain Military School,
Y OI rCVILLE, S. 0.
T HlIE SECOND) SEIO4N of' the twventy
I sixthI yp'.2 will begin February 1st
and closo Juno 30th, 1881.
TEnMs PEP? a.ssION:
For School Expen.,es, 1, e .Board
Tuition, WVaahing, Fuel and
Lights, .. , - - $100.00
Suirgeon's fee and use of books, - 5.00
For Circuilars eontaining full linformna
tion, a sly to CJOL. A. COWARDI,
dee 2 1-tfebl Principal.
For sale at the Drug Store, by
uoW 18 WV 1. A TT/t i
LUDDEN & BATES'
MU SIC HOU$E.
TIlE MUSICIIHOUSE OF THE SQUTII!
REt MOVAL TO OUR
New. Double Stare
An Imumense Music Temple.
Two large stores, each 30 foot front and
four stories high, fronting on threoptreots
and till!od from collar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to compare with it in
the- Southern States.
A BIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
AV' MOns TO coOs.
During the tcn years since our estab.
lishment of our house we have developed I
the music trado of the South to a: won
derful degree, but as yet w6 have only be
gun. We see, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a year. and tq take I
care of this enormous Irade we have pro
vi(ed our present inamnoth warerooms.
Fall trado 188(t will be immense. We are
ready for it. For months our senior part
ner has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
instruments. Ite has concluded - most
advantageous contracts, and the Pianos
and Organs aro "coming, coming" 100,000 3
more, by every steamer. New Styles, New i
Prices, New Terms, Now Store, Now Do
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880.
Cash prices -with three Months credit.
During months of Aug. Sept. an Oct.
we will sell Pianos ai- d Organst IEsT
CASH PmioEs, payable $25 Cash bn -a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Organ, with the
balance in three months, wITHOUT ITEu
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFER?
Write for Illustrated Catalngoes and
New Price Lists for Fall 1880 and pre
pare to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
COL UMIA HOTEL.
R., N. . W N
nov 25-tx8m' PROPRIETOR.
Ri. W. P11ILLIPS, Agent; Winns
boro, 8. C. dec 21-ly
lllrral [or llr 110118
OiH, YES! I H, YES!I
rV3HERSTONE MOUNTAIN COIt'N WIlS
EYhas come and is still coming.
If you want good Whiskey and good 1
Sogars, call at
CLENDINING?~'S10 H tTE,
next door to W. 11. Doty & Co. JWe keepN
the best of everything The best Nathan's
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The best Gibson's
Whiskey. Tihe best Ton Cents Segar.
'Phe beat Five Cents Segar. And, above
all things, the best Dinner for 40 cohte.
And if you come into town between 11
and 1 o'clook, and are hungry, call at
Oleadining's for a drink, and he will set
up a free lunch for yous Clendining
keep amoral and a quiet, house.
1Now Storeo !
Noin Goods ?
IN addition to my Grocery oh the corn.
.1or, I have opened a Fanc Grocery In
my 01(d stand, one door south of lBeat &
Bire., wvhere I keep a full selectioni of nice
things for Christmas times, such as Rour
Kraut, Bologna Sausage, Breakfast Strips,
Onions. Apples, Oranges. Cocoahts, ha
nanas, Cal age, Iri h Potatoes, etc., etc.
Call at Headquarters, on the corner,
and buy your Brandios, Rums, Liq uors
and Winos, of which I keep a fall slec
tion. Forty barrels of these goods on
hand. W. II. DONLY,
doe 4 On the Corner.
DIn. w. E. AIK EN,
--DEA LERJ IN
Drugs, Mfedicines, Toilet Goods, ote
OODS GIVEN AWAY!
ATE, the unIdersigled, announce to '
T the public that we have just re
fyed a new lot of
ADIES' AND GENTS'
OOTS AND SHOES,
TRUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
bhilh we will sell at the lowest; and
i addition to the low prices we give
every purchaser of $5.00 an extra
IFTY CENTS WORTH OF GOODS,
and to every purcahcr of $10, an ex
a present of
ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH.
A new lot of Three-Buttoned Kid
loves, only 50 cents, real Alexander
id Gloves, $1.00-worth $1.25.
ALL KINDS AND STYLES.
A call for inspection is cordially in
ited, and satisfaction guaranteed in
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
URE BACK ACHE
nd all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder
and Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidney Pad
It is a marvel roy healing and relief.
IMPLE, SENSIBLE, DIR100CT, PAIN
LESS, POW ERFUL.
It ectres where all else fails. A ReyeCs
atioli and Revolution in Medicine. Ab
orption or direct appliesntion, as opp~osed
a unsatisfactory internal me4icines. Send
or our treatise on Kidney troubles, sent
ree. This is the Original and Oettuine
Eidney Pad. Ask for itand take no other.
old by druggints, or sent by mail, on re
eipt offrice,$2. Address .
Tac "Only' Ln Pad Co,4
WViatus Block, Detroit Mieh.
dcc 2l-t x6m
'ures by ABSOltm iN (Nature's way.
'LL 1hIRfOAT DJIEASES8,
It Drives into the systein curative
gents and healing me diefues.
It draws from the die cased parts the
oisons that ectise death:
Thousands testify to its virtues.
You can lbe Relieved and Cureds
)on't des pair until you lhaeye tind thisf
;ensible, F,,atelly Applied and RADICAL.
A FF"EOTUAL Rtemedy. Send for tes
imonials and our bobk, "'Three Millions
Year." Rent free.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by mail on
ecoipt of price. $2.00, by
'The "Only'' Luht Pad do.,
Weillitina Blook, Detroit, Mic'h.
R E ILI EF A SHSO CIA T I ON.
T' IS Is an Association ofbusinous men,
- who, for their tittual protection,
sontribute towards a fund, so as
n case rif death, their families arlay re
:eive ffdin $2.000 to $Og000, tdeordin g to
tinoffnt of certifloate. T~fhis is one of the
est plane of life insarance. You pay as
rou go, just like fIre insurance, and with
nore convenxienee even, as you pay b~y
mall Instalments during the year. We
efer toi these best aequainmted with us,
ri moeinbors in Fairfield: 0. H; Me
gaster, Jas. A. Jiriee1 Jno. D. Davis, D.
ti. Fionnike, 11. Su erhoimer, J. W.
de~reigli. Jno. J7. Nei, Thomas IL. John.
ofi, J. Cedining, li Bi. Ilanahan, Rt.
Wiaus tis, Jru*. Q. Davis. Apt erie
hat should If1k6 to become a fpemnber will
apply to 0. 0. B3AtOT,
ont 2 Agent.
Pay your srubscription,
MY STOCK of Furnitnre, whieb will
est according to quality, and For (
Itemember that all my goods are warran
Furniture elsewhere, then come to the i1
best selection and can buy cheaper. Bea
way, Blythewood, White Oak, Woodwai
%nd Yor. This is a recommendation of
A new supply of Window Shades, Wa
irames, Chromos, Hat Racks, and Book
The largest supply of Tin Chamber Set
Mr Suits. Call and see them. A new s
ny. )on't Buy a Machinei merely becat
t aid likes it.. Remember that most of I
nffed have bitt little merit. The one yc
ime and vexation is noiseless, runs
t. Remember tle G(old Medal was awaor
>ver eight.y competitors. I can refer you
ilways giveu entire satisfaction. Remet
)ash Factory. All orders entrusted to m
lie lowest prices. Furniture neatly repal
)repared to make to order. Lumber lmd
ng Machine Needles and attachments am
ne. Don't fall to call before purchasing
ELEGANT IN FINIXh,
AND IN FAMr
l'ho Ool Perfect Machin Muf.
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
Io. 23 South Calvert Street,
IDamage. Goot i
THE FO.LOWING GOO1S WILL
F~or the reason that they have this day,
been slightly dainaged,
1 Piece Black Cashmere worth$*1.00 at
1 Piece Black Cashmere worth 85 cents
at 60 cents.
1.,Plece Brown Cashmere worth '70
cents at 46 cents.
Thuese prices are a great deal less
than we paid for them anid are RION
Mc4MASTElt, 1uICE & KErTCHIN.
WT E have nlow in store the largest
Vstock ever purchased by us,
and which will bo disposed of at low
.Clothing, Hat ,
Shoes, Groceries, Bridles.
Saddles, Harness, Red Loather,
Harness Leather &e.
We are uot given to "BLOWING,"
but can truthfdlly say we are offer
iug solid bargains, and will be glad
to see you.
O F New Cirop NEW ORLEANS
MOLiASSES, best in the mnarket; aMi
syrups of all grades.
A findi assortmnent of
Also, a goud iality of OAT 1l4EAL1
in five pound packagess
- IE AfE A CALL,
iD. II. YLENN~k#g.
be the liaest, handsonest and clicalp
esign aU workmanship unuc(lale(.
ed to be as represented. Price your
rst-class store where von will have the
r in mind that I ship 'goods to Ridge
d's, Blackstock, and as far 18 Chester
the quality and price of ny goods,
l Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
Shelves, cheaper than the chicapest..
s, made to matgh CotInge and Cham
ripply of Sewing Machilles as good as
tse your mother or your neighbor has
he machines that are most largely
n want Is the one that will save you
light and will last a long time. I have
(ld to one of the Machines I represent
to many that are using It, -and it has .
nber that I am agent for a Door and
e will have prompt attention and at
red at moderate pricco. I am also
Shingles for sale at small profits. Sew
I parts of Machines can be had through
elsewhere. Rt. W. PHILLIPS.
11vrertq Co-. IA 7. 4P. VT'O i'rT '
WORTH OF GOODS
TO BE SOLD AT
u - -
O chango necessary to be inado laI
mar business, for the reason that We ave
raining ground instead of losing) and
f this good trade of ours eohtlutes,
ho bait thrown out will becomeo so
aiuted with skippers, that the partlce
iolding the 11in0 vIll be met with tho
;ad fisherman's luck.
We extend a cor~dial liivitation to
meC and all to call andi see us,
SUGENIIEIMER & GROESCillCL
~UGARtS, assorted. Coires, iti:6
IRio anl &d Goy. Java Roasted a
r'eas, Black, Imperial, GJunpbowdei'
mud Young Ilysons
Peares, P'anches, Pidlern les, o
:batoes, Salmons Corne Beef 1)ey1lad
liap'u and Turkey, Sardanew &I.
MIacaroni and Cheese, Gimrei' Pr'e
erves, Pin Head OtMetli Cooper
3elatineg Mustat'd3 1idok ipper and
Bald ini Cattp, Cf'oss & Black-.
Aell's Chow Chow, Em Ire Choy
)howv, Assorted Pickles, en& er.
'in's Wdi'cestorsire Sauce.
i$- F. McMASTER~ &~ (0.
j. FJ MU1NONAwD,
A'loftigM AT LAW,
2VOs I LAW RANG~
WINN8BORIO, S. O
i n ltsr ottou*t *Eoun.