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ATURDAY, M10314ft 4 lost..
'TEns OF 'J,1 rIkWS AND IIKIE*AI ).
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fty cents por inch for each subseq sent
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line for Clie frst insertion anO sovell
anid on-IaIf cents por line for eicl
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' Wiishoro Publishing Company
Wi.insboro, S. C.
I.Anauoxn SoniUUi.-The 'tralins
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passeiger, 12.18 p. m.'
south-bound, 5.30:p. m.; north-bound
freight, 8.64 a. n.; south-bound, 1.15
p. in. These arriMals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster tHan Winnsboro time.
Cold Soda Water-J. W. Aiken.
Grand Tidings-Jno. L. IMimnaiugh.
Bank Report-T. K. Elliott, Cash
Saved from the Wreck-U. G. Des
-Fine fresh honey at G. A. Wllies
-No rain yet, aid the small giain
needing It badly.
-Soveral fishinIg parties WerC orgail
zed Iinllg the past week. We have
nlot eard the result.
-Thc thermometer stood at eighly
two oii Thursday eveninug at eight
o'clock. Pre.t.' warm lor May.
-Mr. U. 0. Despoites offers for sale
sOeIC blacksliitih-sh1op fixtires at very
low figures. Read his new advertise
-A getileman who has s ein a large
Portion of this couitv says the stand of
cottoni this year is better thai lie has
scun it in a 1lng while.
-Tickets I ticket:.l -"Aun Becky is
got my tcket. haigig- oi a peg," said
o oi "ofur boys." whmi aroised from
his sleep, nid ask ed for his ticket by
t ; -Charlie Davis (colored), living oin
Dr. T. W. Nelson's premises (Simp
sonl's T. 0.) saw a large deer one day
last week near the store, supposed to
be a wild deer.
-The two German immigranits on
Genci-al 1iratton's place are said to be
Much above the usual average. They
are intelligct amid educated, and arc
picking ip otir language with great
* s facility.
-Little Suggic Nelson, of'Simi psoin's
1Trn Out, has a Iturkey gobbler sitting
S twenlty-thre'C Guineat-liOwl's eggs.
We wVill report againi when his broad
hatches, lie ailso hias a Yang-tse-Kii
ag gandier with young goslings.
Mr.Juo. W. Aikent hasi pult is
sodla-fountin in oper'ation adii. is now
di spensing that delicious bevemrge in
form and qutal ity to satisfy the miost
Sfastidious taste. Hie also keeps oin
hanitd Is usual good stock of confec
-T'ico thanks of' the aflice are tenider
rt ed to Mrs. T. WV Nelsoni for' some die
Jlicious strawberries. Editors ini gent
cral-and those otf TE NEws ANi)
A IERAMmmu ill par'tic~lar-have a decided
w eakness for strawberries, and whenci
as nice as those sent they are especially
TiE FEsniva.-Everybody shoul
r'~ ieember the festival for' hie' Episco
pal churchl, wvhich takes place in thle
r OVO inl front of tihe residenice of' Mir.
Jio. S. Reynlolds on Tiucsda~y cyening
next. The Citizens Cornet Band will
diecourse music, and every meanis will
be used to make the occasion an enjoy
NEW GOOI)s.-Mr. John IL. Mim..
naugh, of tihe ''Augusta Store," an
nlounices that lie has in stor'e a fine
stock of notions aind faficy goods,
w hich he will ofil'r at very low pi-ices.
~Thiis sale of' these good~s wvill commence
at. 9 o'clock oil the~ mornxing of' the 16th
inst. In atddition Mr'. Minnaugh has
a lar'ge stock of' goods too varieid and
* too lai'ge to be sot. foirth even ini his
adlvertisement, The way to (do is to
*- call at 1118 sftoie and look for yourself
S BUCKING AGAxs I~T'l HE No-FENCE
~ LA~w.-Dave Boutlwai'e, a colored man
/n Townshiljp Numblei' E~ight, Is b)oister
~usly opposed to the law prutecig
rop)s anid lislsts upon)i gr'azig his
l' ock,. consisting otf hogs, cows and(
t afs, 01n his neighbors' substance.
esse Edmunuds, a quiet, law-abiding'
any~ also colored, b)ore wvit.h this in
lent breach- of thle law until foi'
arance cease-d to be p~leasanit, whien
cattle wei'e conifined, and Trmiai
Btice, Elkin was apphlied to for' relief.
part~ies wiere boforeo his court last
aday mnoring, D-ave wvas still
fribls call refud to eligt
- PARiK NE.EED.-Every pbi
ion, stich a, hi picnic of last
innlsbor'o shlould have. at public
of Cats. access to tile tolwn. There
public property suitable for open1
thorings, and these can be held(
blrough the courtesy of' private
r's.. There areo several tracts
d town- that shiould be purchiased1
on legised for a tem of year's pro
a fflr prios is given. An ex
tiru'e of~ t1I8 klind would ho an in..
Into mone If tecessary. We have no
idea, liowovovbr, that,- once enjoyed., .a
park of thiis ort would ev.cr be aban
doned by the town. We call the atten
tion 4f our onergetle counciland of olt1
zens generally to this mattor,1nd ask an
expression of opinion fioin them, We
hope, also, that owners of suitable
places will make reasonable offlers foi
their sale or lease.
THEIl LANDS1'oau. WATER POwvrt.
Mr. James M. Stewart Has complot
ed his maps aud charts of the Lands
ford Water Power on the Catawba,
recently su'rveyed by him. They are
not mnerc surveyors' plats but aro got
tenl up In tle hest engineering style.
The Catawba River at that point is
about five orsix hundred yar.tps wide,
buLt by mcans of an-island a dam can
be made much sliorter thi that. The
existing canal is 9,995 feet, in length
and fourteen feet wide, with two locks,
giving a total fall of thirty feet. The
projletctd canal is to be (Ifty feet wide,
giving a fall or fifteen and a half feet
at five thousand eet from its head,
twenty-four feet at seven thousaid
feet, and thirty feet at the end. Thie
supply of water is practically ilhitit
ed. Two surveys previoutsly imade
give thr'ee inches less 'fall than 'Mr.
Stewart makes it, but they were matte
when the river was a tice lower.
This,pewer is about. eight riles only
fromii a railroad. Tihe property in
owned jointly by Col. Davie, Capt. Al
len Jones and Dr. T. C. Robertson of
York, and Col. Edward McCrady of
Charleston. They offer liberal indace
monts to-capittalists to invest.
TuR. SIXr CUwurr.-The Lancaster
Leycder says: "There are rutinors
mloat as to the asphiants for the judi
ci-l ermine of the Sixth Circuit. Tbc
General Asselnbly. at its next sitting
in December, will be called 1pon to
elect six or more jlidges to fill v'acan
cies by r'cason of the expiration of the
teiliure or ofile. The Sixth Circuit
juid, cf.ip will thenl be filled by a iiew
election for the ensuing four years.
RI'eport says that among the iiumber
who will'bc placed inl nomination by
their respective friends, are lon. rT.,
J. Mackey, the present incumbent;
H1on. J. J. TIemnphill, ofClhester'; 1lon.
I. D. Witherspoon and Col. W. B.
Wilson, of York; lon. 11. A. Gaillard,
of vimnnsboro; and Hlon. J. ). Wylie,
of Lancaster. We are not aware of
the correctness of these runors as to
any of the gentlemen named, but that
,he friends of two, at least, of the
Candidates ill neigl.boring coitics,
are thusearly throwing out 'feelers'
cannot be denied. Who will lead the
vani, at this early date, we cannot con
jcture. All of the gentlemen named
would sit 'well and wisely,' and dis
ensa justice with all even hand, but,
alas, for human endeavor, only one
call receive the coveted mantle."
P111inlnr1'riox.-We have received
from the Rev. S. Lander, of the WVil
l iamston Femtale College, the following
circ'ular, withl tbe request that we' plub
P'lease allowv me space to report t~o
your readers that up to this time 1
have hand thle pleaisurie of' senduing out
5600, headlings of a peititiont askinig our
Legislaturle to pass5 a law totally prIo
Ilhi iting tihe inanufacture andir sale of
ar'dent spirits as a heCverage ill our1
State. These petitionis aire ini mfore or
les's active cir'culation inl nearly- every
noo0k anid cornier' of ourm Common
wieal th; and(1 Il m almost dill recei v
r'iouts sectijons of' the flr'ld,
I will beglahd to send( out. as5 hianl v
moreC hieadinigs as can be itsed to na-"
Vanlt age, and1( to receive occasional r'e
l)orts of' pro~gress fr'om those enigaged
iln tile work.
Let us5 give atli our1 people1 tile oppor01
tuiity of ex pressitng t heir delsirie oni
this g'reait quet(dion. so t hat our1 law
mnaker's tmay inowt to what extent thev
canl rely' on lho 5 suppor't of thle publi'c
inl enfor'cing whlate~'e1 law they niay
iIlmblyV inivokintd tile divine 1bless
ing, and1( the actiVe coloeation of all
g"ood citizens, inl our1 earnlest etl'ort to
ridl 0111 pleople of tile curse of' "1um1
I remainm yours,
EAT!oF CAm'T, W. L. D)ElA ss,
Capt. W. L. D~ePass, of' Camden, ar
r'ived ill Columbia last we'ek on1 somel
law buslineOss befor1e the Supr'eme
Court. 011 Moniday lie.condullcted hlis
1labors as uisuat!, and1( looked as well as
ever, complllainling, hlowever', that he
felt unmwell. Ile (lid niot. pas~s a restful
nlighlt, anid his conlditioni was1 worse
the ntext mcnrning, although lhe woul~d
lnot. alow a phys3'icit to be summtionied,
depreat'lting thme ide~a of' aniy daniger'
frmom his attack. Ihis illness rapidly
inre etsed, howevier, anid a hysiciant
was called for', bult b~eforei the laittei'
arriived lie r'ose, walked a few paces
and1( fell, dying ill a few mlomlents, at
half-past (eight o'clock. lHe had1( only
Itime or give a wor'd of' meCssage to hi's
wife before his dleat h. ic (lied of'
hearlt. dlisealse. Octueirai kenneidy andic
M~ajor Leitnter, of' Camiden, wer'e withI
him, anld his body was attended to by
thetm and1 escor'ted by (lie Knights of
I lonor, to whlich he befonmged, to the
Sou thI Car'olina Rauilr'oad, takitng the'
trainm f'ori Camtden.
MADM of puiro Bi-Car'bonato of
Soda ahdI not rnarble dust, as is
generally used. Onl~y Five Cents
a glass, at the Confoecionery of
J. W. AIKEN.
A cheico lot of French and Stick
Candies to ar'rivo in a few days'
- Subscrlbe to InE NEWS AN1b
OF TIlE COND1TION OF T1H
WIM8BORO NATIONAL BANk,
WINNSBORO, in tho SMta of South
Carolina, at tbo c100 of businos,
May 6th, 1881.
Loans and disicounts, $ 90,405 00
Overdrafts, 1,448 98
U. S. Bonds tosoeuro circulation, 75,00 00
Duo from approved roservu
ag ents, 11, 102 13
Duo froi other National Pankq, :2, 189 83
l11 estate,, ftarnlituro end li.
tures, 1,808 45
Current expensc and taxes paid, 1,768 14
Chee- s and other cash items, -10 (,0
Bilh of othor BIanks, 3,1 21) 00
Fractioral .paper C'u f r 0 n c y
nickels antd pennlies4 20 01I
Legal tonder notes, 2,000 00
Rtedemlptiont fund1 with V1. 8.
Trosurer (5;" of circulation), 2,448 75
Total, $192,217 10
Canild eleck paid in, $75,000 00
Surplus fund, 15.000 00
Undivided proit's. 9, :28 2t
National Bank notes ontstand
ing, 07.000 00
Dividends unpaidc, 232 00
Landividiual deposits subject to
check, 24,873 77
Due to ethor National Banks, 983 07
Totida, $192,217 10
STATP 61 SoUTH CAROT\A,
Coiuty of 'airlfild, sa:
R, . R. ELLIOTT, Cashierof tho abovo
namoued banIk, do Holemnily swear that tho
abovo statement is true to the bost of my
knowledge and belief.
. T. K EL4LIOTT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo muo this
11th day of May, 1881.
War. N. CHANDEJI, Notary Public.
W. R. RGBERTISON, )
G. H. McM0A.-TERt, Directors
JA.'-. 15,EATY, I
FROM THE WprRECK
One Tire Plate, one Tire Bendor,
one Tire Shrinker, three Screw
Plates, one Bellows, one Anvil, one
Vise, one Boxing Machine, cost
$18.00, will be sold for $10.
Lots of Oval, halt Oval' 1ound,
Band, Square and Tiro Iron; Hubs,
Spokes, Rims, Carriage .3olts, Tira
Bolts and all manner of castings.
TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF
NOTI~CE TO ClmEDITOR~S.
trR. OBERT1 McCARLEY having, on
.LY- the 4th inst., made to mec anm as
sig'nent for the benefit of tho crodlitors
of tho stock in trade, assets, ete., of the
business heretofore cohducted by John
,Johnston, Agent, at WVinnsboro, S. C.. all
creditors of the said Jlohn Johnston,
Agent, are htereby netll led thaut a nut etim
of the said cred itors will be h eld n't
Winn-h~wo, S. C'., on the 17th day of
May. 1 8X', at II o'cl'c k, a. ii , at the.
oflico of A. M1. Mawkey, Espi*~, Attorney at
nay 10-td Asi igneo.
I M.tv 9, 1881.
r r HE books of this oficoe will be open
1ft'omi Jun e I st, io Ju1. 20, 1881, to
receivo returns of personal property ov' n
edl by each taxpayer on the 1st day of
Juno. All maic persons betw~een the ages
of twenty' one and sixty year'sare liibl.e to
pboli-tax, 'mdI will repiort accordin-.dy
Fori the accommotE~tion ot tnlxpaiyerfi I
will be at tho following places on tihe
danys spiecilled for' tiho Ii~lurpo of receiv
ingJ returns, vi'z.:
WVoodward's, from the airrival of' freiight,
trai, Juno 8th, to departure of south
bound passenmger train June 9th.
Whito Oak, June 10.
D)urham's, .June 11.
Cald well's S(ore, Juno 13.
Gladden's Grove, ,June 146
Ridgeway, June 15 land~ 16.
Bear Creek, Juno 17.
Bly t.howood, ,Juno 18.
Jen n ings,' St ore, June 20.
Jenkinsv'illo, Juno 21.
Mont icello, June 22 and 23.
Buckchead, Juno 27,
Feastervillo, Juno 28 and 29.
Please fake notice that, the office in
Winnusboro witl1 1 o closed during my
atbsenico att the above fitiltmoits5, and
open on all other (days during t~he ap
L. N. WITif ERS,~
may 10 -tfj Auditor F. .
WINNSiioRo, S. c.
AT OUR 'HOUSE
CROW1E SUMMER BEVERAGES,
OLD VIRGINIA MIN'T JULEPS.
TRY THE CELEIBRATIE)
BUCK B EER,
arSH AND COOL.
J. L E N D) IN I N G.
uay 8 Next door to W. It. Doty & Co.
FRESH GRODERIES I
UG A11S, asorted. Cof'ees, Ibo,
Laguavra and Old Gov. Java.
Rio aid Old (ov. Java R1.oa0sted.
Teas, Blaick, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young Ilyson.
Pcars, Peaches, Pinler.pples, To
Imittoes, Salnon, Corned Beef, Deviled
11am and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni zind Cheese, Ginuer Pre
serves, Pin IIetid Oat Mleail, Coope*1
elat inc, Mustard, Black Pepper and
Bald vin Castnp. Cross & Bick
weil's Chow Chow, Empire Chow.
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Worcestershire Sauce.
J. F. MCMASTER & CO.
ARF constantly being received by me,
a synopsis of which I givu below.
NEW ORLEANS MOLA:ES AND SYRUPS
ALL GI.. 1) KS.
SUGARS, FROM THE HIGHEST TO THE
THE FINEST FLOUR rNTuE MARKET--THE
PArENT FANILY'-ALSO ALL, GRADES
JACKSON'S BEST FAMILY FLOUR.
CALIFORNIA PEAI Sonicting Choceo.
SUCCOTASH, Bdana'and Corn Combined.
SA LMON, 8A R bINES.
PEPPER- N~. ETC.
I ALSO IN'.iTE YOUR ATTENTION T'O OUR
Give mec a call and examine for youraelf.
Ar tilesh too numerosttoUt montOin.
I). It. FLE"NIM.N.
WE iiave now oponed oiur STOCK
of SPRING and SUMMER DRY
GOODS, and ask ahi inspeaotio 0f
the samo) by the PUBLIC.
Each Department is full1 and
Completo, and in Styles, Quality
and Prices aro Second to NONE.
All we ask is that you examine
OUR STOCIK; anid wo will convince
you that we
"TALK SOLID! FACTS."
MCMASTER, BRICE & J'EITCl IlN,
J USTL received, a hiIre lot of choic
Gardon Seeds of all kinds.
the choicest kinid s. Choice lFainily
Groceries arriving daily. I have on
hand at large lot of best quality Sole
Leather; which will be nold ait low
I am paying highest picts fot-Dry
Hides. Give me a call.
W. H. DONLY,
feb 12 On~ the (Uother
Estate Jat. M, Rutlanld, Deceased.
NOTICE In hOebyh given that I wil
. aipply to the Jud ge of Probate 0o
Fairfield Couty on TJuerday,. 'Juno 7th,
18s1, for a final dlisohargo as Execntor o
the WVill of Jaw. M. Rutland. eleceased.
A. S. DOUGLASS,
T N connection with the Bupgy and
.8pring Wagon buniioun, I have for
nulo th well-known
Farm Wagon. My one horse wilpons. are
coupled th iame al a two-hero wagon.
have front hound:i nd rocking bioluter.
Warranted for twolve mont ho.
J. H. CU3CVMYINGS,
"Ii 28 Opp. Dunlovy &I Pant
Boriier & Ellgoll
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL
LAJR 1 ER DOZEN.
HALF PINT BOTTLtS AT SIX
TYFIVE CENTS PER DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNED
CLARE ' PUNCHES,
F. W. HARBENICILT.
ESTrA BLAIHED 18-3
(WOUND ON WuiTr, Sroot. )
4U.EORtGE A. OLAIUR,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
(irico the introduction of thin Spool
Cot~oui into the Amei'ican umarket, its suc
eens has(F b)een unpllrcedenlfed. No other
b~rand~ of thread has ever met, with the
sameo amtount of public favar in the saimo
Trho "O. N. T' " manufactureys were tho
lrat to r(bcognize the imporftaneo oif the
Sewing Machine and~ to make aL s5ix~ ~ord
cotton, which has over boon1 (lhe recog -
nlized standard for mrachians.
All the improvomni in mnehinery
that thn inventive gonluse of the n ine..
teeth century lhas produaced have boon
adapted by the manufaceturerms of '. N.Ti."
At, all the g reat International Fairs of
the world, "O. N. TI."' han been swarded
the highest huonors.
The "'O. N. 'T." factories ant Newark.
N. J., and Paisley, Scotland, emIIploy
5,200 opecotive~nmake outlicient thread
(laity to go around the world fouir tunese.
Consumen 1410 tons of coal daily,
TVhe manufat'cturors of "O). N. TI." are
the largest manufacturors of Spool Cot
ton in th8 world.
A fall assafortmerit of thin Spool Cotton.
cIan bo had at whtolosaleand retail att J1. M
BEATY & O.'S feb22- f x~m
MONEY SAVED) IS MONEY MAD)E!
~DURCHIA SE your Enug ines from us, and
.L. save $100 on ai 10 Horpo; S'.00 on a
20 Hlorso, and S30on a :0 Horso-Power
Engino. Sen d for onr prices before pur
chsngEgie, Gina, Proesset, Saw and
Grist Mills, Threshers., or any kind of
Machinery. WVo are Manufacturers' Agonta
and guarantco nataxfaction in quality and
price. WVALKI ER & LOUJD,
No. 135 Meeting St., WVestside,
Near Charleston Hlotel, Charlesiton, s. C
LADIES OF I
HAVING hought a big landmlide in
mnuch finor than hasu ever before been
boro, mid by taking the entire line at
(Cnts on the Dollar, Cash down on de
If yon don't beliCvo it, bring it along
io what you think about it. This sa:
16, at NINE O'C.LECK. 8800 in all.
Two bundrled pierne of 'Nechwulr
Fichim. Twil I and 1aoJ iixd Fic.hus.
the fullest line of those goods ever Mh,
up to 50, 75, and from 81.25, $1.75, :
chaser, at(d all for cash. Over 500 11
dI signs itmiginable, illadies' and a](
!colorCdl, borIered'j, immIiitcihed, cordut
50, 75ml :1.00. An line
$1.00, 13 1. 25. 81 75.
T1're Iindre'l Ladi and Childrei
Fiftv JInco eolrvs 1111(d colarettos, -
Just the thing for littlo girls, at 15, 2(
to Boo those goods.
H 0osiory, lIopiory. for the million, at
neckwear, suspenders, marsoilks quilt
Over two hundre.l towels, all of diff
cents up to fine lHIuck and Danish, 29,
Berln Lisle threadi, lce, and in ia vari
Someuo of rOv cOIpeitore )lt fcrt
goodsi are inferior when I quote pricel
will visit my rtore they will be convin
offering are better goods than were et
PAINTS and KAL9OMINE.-I an
houses in this country. Mixed paint v
One hindred and ift,; cotton hoes,
PAY FANCY PRICES.
THE ACKNOWLEDGEUi LEAI
lina been in3
constant use by th I
pnblio for over twenty
years, and is the bast
preparationa ever in- un
voented for RlESTORINGI I tt
GRAY lIRi TO YETS
ToUTlHFUL COLOli -Sayer
ND~ LIFE. a
It supplies th u- O0cii88
ral fond and color to the 01(
hair glands wit hout ~
st~aiing It si. It wlHi aiV
incasu and llhlchen thu Plys)
rowtha of t ho haIr, pro- Oianii
von t Itsa blancing i, and CndorSo
AVERT l3ALD)NE;s, nd
nIi crvltiiia5 isiI32\ e!i
lionsa undr Dnndrutir. Ana
a H~uLR DRIESSING It
is very dlesirale, givinag groa
theo haIr a silkoi softnaa, trnn ph
whieh nil admlilre. It
keepn; thc haeaid cletau, nfldi
sweet nd haealhy.
W HISKER S
ill chI13anc heard to ii 1L~oWN
or BLACK~ nit diltcretion. Beving in
oneO preapar~ation it. isa caisily applied,
and plroduies at pormnazient color
thatt. ill not w'~ash oir.
R. P. hA~LL & CO,, NASHUA, H,
Sold by all Deators In Medicine.
SLighit est Sel
unnm~ * R~~ai~
Y~d MACHINE CO. Vm
.W Pi'llL.J.1l's, Agenlt, WpVuums
boro, S. C. 'lec
dEEDS THAT SURPRISE!
%oO Sed d 101s by mal Octs. a psapoc
l~ato las th riliest hamnantoo kn ovn, ni
QreDrormrolse, lust ampor ed, argt v
'ariy: bc4. tr nr cr ratja eta. a pp or20
Mu~skancon. 1. sgs. 2 tos, feet in
lthe SIb wh o otbe r,7 fnta Unequl
~-i road. 8~. ~lbrlta rhao'apraetn
Atd aeaa. R . RFRT&CO. Atiaa ta, tae
NOTIONS and FANCY GOO'DS
shown on the counters in Witnis
tho astonishing low figures of Fifty
livery, the Almighty Dollar will tell.
when yon go slopping, and then toll
o will open Monday morning, May
,consiting of Laco Ties, Lace
Tv ill Einbroidored Handkrchiofe,
>wing in Winnsboro, from 5 cents
-00. $2.25, $2.75, to uit tho pnr
Sindkerchiofs in all the dilforent
its' plain, white, linon, embroidered,
1, borderedi, fron 5 cents up to 25,
silk handkorchiefs, at 25, 50, 75,
a's collairs in plain and enbroidery.
vith Lice and emibroidere' mixed.
3, 35, 50, 75 and $1.00. i't fail
5, 10, 25, 50 and 75 centa. Gents'
orent patterns and doBigns, from 10
25, 40 and 50 cents. Gloves in
ty of shidos and designs.
k the throadbare theory that my
that they cannot touch. If they
eod that this lot which I am now
br offered in this Town at these
agent for one of the largest paint
7, 7j and 8, at 50 cents each. Don't
)ER OF LOW PRICES. AND
NEW AN D DESfRABL2 St.RIPd
CHEAiP AND PRETTY SP~RING*
BlLA CK and colored Cashm'res, AlN
paea~~ os, niirs, Mom 1 i of th;U Groulz
dlines, Bunitin1gs, llernni CidthLs
L A WNS, Muslins, Linonst, $tiings;
Pique, G inghiams, ('alicoes, Nainsooks;
ASK lo seo "Renafre'" Olighama.
Cassimnores, Jeans, Cottonades and
B3LEACIED, Brohn and Plaid
TIA BLE~ Linen, Doylios, Towels;
Sheeting, Pillow Casing.
IF ANY BOD)Y YAN~T3 A GOOil
H AT for a little tUoney; lot, thein
caull on me1. Nob~by line of Sti-ay Hats
IF ANY MAN OR BOY WVAN'iS A
SUIT of good, pretty, nobby, chai'm
inog Sprintg Clothaes, let. them~l dI on
IF ANY MAN, WOMAN ORlCLILD
WANTS a panit of Shoes, cheap, let
thema call on me and get thc~id.
THOSE SHETLANf? SHAWLS ARE
A. BEAUTFVL ijne oif Laces,
Ih'ahne g Ed(ginags andC iInbertionIs, Cot
GENTPS' Silk and Linont Handker
L A DIES' Linena Iem-nt itched Hand-'
GENTS'', Liadies', Misseb' and ChiN..
GENTS' AND) LA DIES' SCARFS..
C7Ol LA RS atd Culie; Rluffing, Etc.,
BUT'I WHTATI IS 'THlE USE T1RYI-NG
TO ment ion e'iery thing ini the Sto'e ?
Just comoi and see me, thiat is all- and,
I will mnake it, pay yo'u.
AS usl, i well to'ised With alV
the ne(cssatries, a~Id at few oif the luxx.,
ries, of life', that is, in f he ea'tinag 1li0',
But if yo should need any hardware,
erockery, gilasswvare or Woodentard,
why I can supply you.
SO DON'T FORGET TO CALL ON
~NLAGi AND DEVEtOP TIlE FOAS