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[OWN AND COUNTY.
HUlSDAY. May 19, f : a a 1881.
TERmi OF TilE NEWS AND MltAL).
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All communications, of whatsoever
nature should be addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company
-- \Ybmsboro, S. C.
.RAILudAn SCHEDULE.-The trailis
now pass Winsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.28 p. in.;
south-bound, 4.28 p. n.; north-bound
freight, 9.05 a. in.; south-bound, 1.37
p. in. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro thne.
Tribute of Respect-J. R. Boyles,
Tribute of Respect- G. B. McCants,
Masonic Meeting-G. B. McCants,
Estate Logan E. Brown-M. B.
f -Stores have to be swept out before
-"Just let the Mogul try to (10 that
againi" is the last comment of the Celn
sor; and the Mogul says thait nothing
shall prevent him when he takes a no
S tion into his head.
-The business men of the town
have agreed to close up their stores
and business houses at six o'clock in
the afternoons after next Monday.
( This is a good move, and we tink
every person will be pleased with it.
-Tle Chaplain and Orator are at
daggers' points at "these presents,"
and the public may prepare for a sen
sation. The Chaplain was exceeding
ly deaf and could not even hear the
sound of cornets or the beat of the
-Tile grove selected for the Sunday
School picnic on Friday, is the beauti
ful one adjaceint to the Presbyterian
chrc. No bet ter phice could have
been selected, or it is colvenient to
tow) 1111d iore shadv thaini illy other
suitable grove hi lihi vicin it . Bas
kets may be sent to ie gne.
-We commeIld Ile followilng: pro
foun(d remark of' 0 id to the colsider.
ation olf the bachelors. It imay serve
flor profitable meditation diring thewe
Cool in1mgs of Nay, 1ad lhe hige
otticersa should studyl it .enrefualy.
Say's Ovid: "Girlandumi gni loveibus
44cupidlerainum, et posse comiitat us flirt I
fe1 ini oqhmuid tobacco juice,
conamoisokissandino prmo sigh an
'@ dumn slino despeCrando( ihil faimnt abtl~.''
fgOvid foresa w the dlangers of t he bache
OFF' FOR THE hENAit AsEMBLY.
The Rev. II. B. Pratt and Capt. L. N.
Withers left on Tuesday for Staunton,
Virginia, to attend the Genieral Assemn
bly. Important matters will come be
fore thant body. Time pulpit. of Scion
church wvill niot be occupied inext Suni
day. Oin the fourth Suday the Iter.
J. Lowrio Wilson, of York county, is
expected to lpreacht.
THE FEsTIVAL.- Not withstanding~ t lie
unifavorable weather-it being cold
and somewhat cloudyv-there wvas quite~
a full attendance at the festival oni
Tuesday night. The grove was
lighted with lanternms aind bonifh-es, epd
looked well. The young ladies wuait
lng oni the guests wer~e kept quite busy
attending to their calls. The enter
tailnmnt was kept up to a late houra,
amnd seemas to have been universally
eiijoyed. We uniderstandi that quite a
good sum was realized,
RESOLUTIONs OF TIIANKS.-At the
regular meeting of the Gordon Light
Infantry, held 01n Monday, May 16,
the follhowinug preamble andi resolutions
were unanimously ad1opted:
Whereas, on the occ~asion of' their
recent visit to Spartan burg, t~o atlenid
the celebration of the Cowpens Cen
tennilal, thei memblers of' tlhs Company
were the recipients of a handsome onm
tertainmuent at tihe hands of the Ruich
land Volunteer Rifle Company durinig
their dleteintion at Columbia, anud as
the guests of said Company were treat
ed1 with great courtesy anmd cionsidhera
tioni, therefore be It resolvedl
1. That we hereby tenader' to the
officers and members of the Richland
Volunteer Rifle Company our' heart
felt thanks for their kmndness and at
gteiition on the occasion above retferred
to, amid hasteni to assure thmem of our
grateful appreciatioin of their soldierly
2, That a coyof the foregoing, ap
by ~tSerear to Capt. Rl. N. Rich
bourg, commanding the Rhichland Vol
unteer' Rifle Comnpainy, and that thie
samec be p)ublished in thie Winmsboro
NVAws AND) IIERIAID and th0 Columbia
S012 ARtOLINA Nh WS.
--he acreage In cotton in Kershawv
counity is saidl to ben the largest ever
known to-have b~een planted.
S -The /teporler says that the prios
pet Is good for harvesting the largest
cr'op of oats ever' prioduced In Chaesteir
-Fully six thiousanad gallons of
-whiskey have been sold at Blackville,
-in Blarnivell coun ty,- slimce last Novem
-or'kville has eleacted an~ Iitendamt
Sandl wardlens pledged to prohibitionl.
This mmkas York a -"dlry? county
L'-The Jail at Spar'tanburg has beent
ompty of prisoners for two weeks, and
theru have been Ito sales by the sher'ir
for the last three months.
--The sunperintendent of ininigra
tion continues to receive favohable re
ports f'rom those aihrmers who have
engagod immigiants. Ile is daily in
receil)t of now orders.
-The board of directors of the Pen
itentiary have instrueted the superin -
tendent (o employ couiisel to! recover
agailst lessees ol' conivicts, the- pemnl
ties incurred by them for escapes.
-At the meeting of'the State Board
of Examiners in Coltimbia, on Thurs
day last, Greenville was selected as the
place at which the Normal Institute
wlli meet. The session of the insti
tute will be held ditrilng the month of
-A Charleston correspondent of the
Augusta Jvening Nem says thtit a
wealthv New York "entlentian has
subscrihed $130,000 lor lmpr1woving Sul
livan's Island. amd that, other capital
its are taking steps to build a lairge
hotel there, and genierally to make it, i
second Conov Island.
-Tlhe Abbeville Aledium is respon
sible for tile following tough story:
"A negro boy who lived oi Mr. J. C.
Lites' place, inl this county, while go
ing to his work riding a nmule, Went
into a mire. The mule was taken
from the mire With difficulty, his head
only beinf visible when discovered.
No traces of' the boy have as yet been
-The board of trustees of Due West
Female College met on Monday of last
week, al( directed Profbssor Kennedy
to act as chairman of the faculty, and
to take general charge of the College at
the present. Dr. Lindsay will con
tinue his services in the institution,
giving special attention to the classes
heard heretofore by Dr. Bonner.
-The track of the Chester and Le
noir Railroad is laid to Lincolintoii,
and the locomotive and freight cars
now extend their regular daIly trips
to that point. Passenger coaches will
be placed oii the new nort ion of the
road one day this week ; batt not until
the track is lined up and made perfect
-Some time ago, Mr. II. C. Braw
ley, wh.lo resides inl the westcrnli part of
Chester' County , wrote to his relatives
in Ireland and recommended them to
coie to (Nt county. On - Thursday
before last nine of thei arrived at
Chester-three of them young ladies,
toi young meni anld two boys. It is
tuiderstood they all contemplate mak
big Chester county their future home.
-William Henry Priester, who slew
llls father at Allendale recently, was
arresled at Greenville on the 8th inst.
lie camethere by the Air Line train
and wenit at once to the Exhelange
Hotel, where le was soon recog'nizcd
by a inuimber o1 personls. le will be
taken at, once to Barnw ell jail. There
is good grontid to believe that lie was
iisane when lice Colnitted the fatal
-The Greenville News of the 4th
instant says: ''lon. J. II. Evins, our
l)"esentiati ye inl Congress, las taken
(lil At poiient part in tle Midland
rail'oad extension ilmovemmienit. We
regre tIat his convictions of' duty,
by which lie was (il)tless goveried,
have plhiced him inl the position le has
ccimld on that question. Entert ainl
ing 1lie kiindest f'elings for him . per
somil.1 , niid genr(ailly approvinig his
piblic coirse, the people of Greenlville
will not agnin irive their aid inl elect
ig him to Congress, shioni 1d1 he desire
ire-elect ion. It is folly' for them to add
lie strmelngthI of oflcial positioni to a
genmtlemian so directly opposed to their
-~Take-it-Easy and Live-Long are
brot hemrs, and1( are related to Aver's
SarSapar'illha, which has length'ened
many a life. *
ITRIBUITE 01F RESPECT.
Whereas, it. has pleased the Great Rutler
ot the Universe to remove from our
midst our esteemed brother, .JonN Joux
STroN, by a audden~f dispensation of His
Pro'.I ilece, therefore. re(solved:
1That we how in humble submIssion
to the w itl t our Malwr in this tHis
.Ablet ive dli'vi '~Wiion1a of lii Prov.idecel(,
hlilejvin.v fit~ he doe hi atl thngs wveil.
'2. TF.-; ini 1* <1. M at' .- HN JolliN.''CN
hais lost a nin iaml 'cithilt membeir, whoi
w'as a. c' r ie to ) is oblihiia ns'i to his
brei'th ren in thle bonds~ of' friendshc ip ani.
t.'lThat 1,these r'esoluationi h)a npreadi~
upnh inao or Atoaunt Zion Lohteg
as a t'stimon411ial of our1 esteemii.
4 . Tlhrat a ian'e ini r~i nr11 miute~ booIk La
53. Th'iat a cojvtw (11 thse ' relt ions 1.
torwazrded mn Ii i affiliet (.1 faile i .
Elxt ract irom thie ,ainutt s:
TRIBUTE OF ltESPF.OT.
At a rcgtilacr commiunication of WVir ns
boro Lodgo, No. 11. A. F. M., held Mit
12, the following preamnbio and resohi
tions were adopted:
WVhereas, then Supreme Disposer of
events, has, b~y Ihis inhinito p~ower, and
through His mySsterious providlenco, brok..
en another link ini tho chain 1that holds us
together in unity andl peace, and has
ushered Brother JOHN JOHNSTON from our
midst into the eternal prosence, be it
Rlvled, That in is death we ore call
od upon to deplore the less of one, wvhio
though teserved, unobt)1rusiv'e and quiet,
demanded our sympathy, brotherly afl'eo
tion and1 resp)et, aind especially is our
sorrow deeph and t-rue, whteti we remiom-i
bor' that alone, at midnight with a blue
ocean tet ween the Chamber of Death adt~i
(lie home of nativity and relatives. with
not or en a Mason by his sido to cool the
congested brain 'md watch tho flickering
pulse, his lite ebb~ed awaV~y. TIhough leav
ing earth all alone, lie seemed p~eacefuily
to surrender, anxiously awaiting t~o join
otheis of OUr 1-umber, who, like himself,
though in the p~rimo of life, partedl upon0
theo square. and passed before the Master
of H-Ieaven's Eternal Lodge.
Res~olvedI, Tlo remember him with kind
ness and love, ti'at mourning shall drape
for thirty dlays the emblems and r'egialia
of our Lj adge, that a page in our minute
book be inscribed to Ihis memory, that a
cop)y of these resolutitons be publihe in
'I na Nswn AND fiEnA ',D, and an issueoiO
the paper be sent to his relatives aeross the
Extract fromu thei miniutos!
GlEO. B. McCANTS,
- -~ t$cretary.
ES'1'A'PTE LOGA N I2. BROWN.
A LtL rersons having olaims against
13.the estate of Logan E. Brown wvill
present them properly attested, and those
lnd ebted will make payment to
M. B. L A W R ENCE,
mavi~ 19 xlttt Exeoutor.
N N extr~i commiunication of Winne
boro Lodge, Nor. 11, A. F. M., wal
be held in Mlasonie hall en Thur'sday,
'lay 19th, at 8) o'clock, p. mn. 'the E. A.
degree will be conferrcd.
Bly order of the Wi. M.
GA. B. McCA19TS,
mav 19-.t i frua..
FROM THiE WRECK
One Tirm Plate, one Tiro Bender,
ono Tire Shrinker, throo Screw
Plates, ono Bollows, one Anvil, ono
Vise, one Boxing Machine, cost
$18.00, will be sold for $10.
Lots of Oval, half Oval' Round,
Band, Squaro and Tiro Iron ; flubs,
Spokes, Rims, Carnago Bolts, Tire
Bolts and all manner of castings.
TO bE SOLD REG'.RDLESS OF
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
Free to Everybody!
A BEAUTIFUL BOOK for the ASKING
By applying peronally at the nearest
officeof TI1E SINGER MANUF&CTUR
ING CO. (or by postal card if at a dis.
tanco) any ADULT person will be pro
sented with a beautifully illustrated copy
of a Now Book entitled
STORY of the SEWING MACHINE
containing a handsome apd costly steel
engraving frontispieco. also. ' 8 linely on.
graved wvood cuts, and bound in an elab
orate blue and gold lithographed cover.
No charge whatever is made for this hand
,ono book, which can bo obtained only
by application at the branch and subordi
nate oflices of The Singor Manufacturing
THE SINGER MAXUPACTURING CO.
Principal Office, 31 Union Square,
may 17-1y New York.
(oux N WH ITE Sroot~s.)
GEORGE A. OLARR1,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Since the introdluction of this Spool
Cottoo into the American market. its suc
cess has bieen unpijrecede nited. No other
brand of thread hasi ever met' wvith the
same amount of pubic ia;,>r in the same
Tof iO. T " anufacturers were tihe
f irst to rieogniize. f110 im'potrtancee of the
ewinyMtt Alii ~in ir to mako a six cord
cotton ,X.-shih has evi~r been lhe recog
ntizi d stanidar d fo r n.chiines,.
All lie impro uments in macihinerv
tha~dt tho in vt nive gen ius of the n ine
troth century hais riro-l ue.l have breen
adaptedi by t he nt u lact urers of "O.N.T.'
At atll ihIo gra Initernatiional I'rirq of
theo wnild. '-0. N. T1." has; been an arded
' ihe -(. N. TI." fat:'orie' at Nowrt .
N. J, an i Paij yo enond, meid v
5.2 nI o prr Ii'.s a t- i i flic'ieni thresti
thi hirge--I nana near .'f a;]e Crt -
ton ini theo worbi.
.\ lull iassor~tnt oft is Rpro-! (otl'on
enn hi birhd at whIoleeale. nd reta ii r;t .J. Ai
HEAT V & (CO.'S. lob 22 t xthn
J UST1 received, a large lo( of choice
tGrden Seeds of all kinds.
Seed anid eating irish P'otalocs of
the chioicest kinds(1. Choice lhimily
oetries arriving datily . I have on
hand1( at Iarge lot of besi (juatlit-y Sole
Leather, which will be sold1 at low
I ami paying higherst prices for Dr)
.1Iides, (Give me a call.
WV. II. D)ONLY,
feb 12 On thle Cornier
Iyf1 MAHIo C eds
I'64- IN CI4A RIES.ST.
boro, S. C. dleo
Estate Jas, Mr Rutlaind, De'ceased:
N OTICE Is horeby giveon that. I will
apply to the Jiudge of Probate of
Fairtield County on Tueday, Juno 7thy
1851, for a final dischargo as Executor of
the Will of Jas. M. Rutland. decinn ed.
A. S. D)OUGLAfI3,
mn. '~l. t ixvoumo.
AT OUR HOUSE
4 TlE MOST
CHOICE SUMMER BEYERAGRT
OLD VIRGINIA MINT JULEPE
TRY THE CELEURATED
P."'*H1 mD COOL
J. V L E ND I N I N G.
may 3 Next door to W. It. Doty & Co.
UGA RS, assorte d. Cof'ees, RI<
Laguavra and Old Gov. Javi
Rio anid Old Gov. Javia Roaste(
Teas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowd
and Young H1yson.
Pears, Peaches, Pineapples. T<
matoes, Salmon, Corned Beef, Devile
hal and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, Ginaer Pr(
serves, 'in Helad Oat Mil, Coope
Gelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper anl
Baldvin Catstp. Cross & lacl
Well's Chow Chow, Emrrpire Cho
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Pei
rin's Worcestershire Sauce.
J. F. MoMASTER & O.
ARF constantly being received by m<
a synopsis of which I givo below.
NEW ORLEANS MTOLASSES AND BYRUPS
SUGARS, FRoM THE U1IGIIEST TO - TH
'I'll E FINEST FLOUR IN THE MTARKET-"TH
PIATENTFAlMILY"-ALSO ALL I HA )ES
JACKSON'S BEST FAMILY FLOUR.
SUCCOTASH, Bonns and Corn Combline
9AJ2LMON, SA RDINE;
PEPPER. NTC., ET(
I ALSO INViTE YOU.R ATTE~NTION TO OU
Otve mue a canl and examino for yoursel
Articles too numerousc to mention.
WE have now Openfed.our ST'OC:
of' SPRING and SUJMMERt DR
OOODS. and ask an inspection <
tho samne by itho PUBL3IC.
Eachl Deoparl.mnent is full an
COmupleto,. and in Styies, Qualit
and Prices arO Scond to NONE
All Wvo ask is that yOu eixamni
OUR STOCK, and we wvill conviihe
you tliat wO
"TALK SOLID FACTPS.''
McMASTfER, BRIICE~ & KET'LCim
MAY 9, 1881.
r[ 1E b)ookf of this offico will bo opc
.L from Juno 'ast to Jumly 20, .1881,
receive returns of personal property owl
etd by ech taxpayer on the 1st day<
Juno. All miale persons betwoon tho aig
of twety one anid sixty years are liale
poli-tax, Mnd will repiort accordingly.
For the accomnmoudation of tarpayers
will be at the following placesca onI1
daiys spotiedClic for tho purpose of reccil
ing returns, viz.:
WVoodward's, from the afrivaI of froigi
train, Juno 8th, to departure of souti
bound passenger train June 9th.
White Oak, June 10.
Durham's, Juno 11.
Caldwoll's Storo, June 13.
Glaiddon's, Grove, JTuno 14.
Ridgoway, Juuno 16 anid 16;
Boar Creek; Jun- 17.
Blythowood, Juno 18.
Jennings' S'ore., Juno 20.
Jenkliniville, Juno 2'.
Monticello, Juno 22 and 23.
Unmokhoad, June 27.
Feasterville, Juno 28 andI 20..
ease take notice that tho omeoce
Win >oro wvill } o olonod during n
abson t tho ab~ove apspointmntsr, an
open Onl other days du ring tho ai;
may 1 tfj I. N. WITHJERSI,
may 0- ti -Auditor k' 0.
FARM WAG ONS.
- N coilnectiol with the Bu'fgy and
. Spring Wgon business, I havo for
8a00 tho well-known
Farm Wagon. My one-horse) wagono are
coupled tio tnme 41f a t wo-bovso wagon.
have front bounds and rocking bolstor.
Warrauted for twolve mouths.
J. 1. CUMM3INGS,
ap 28 Opp. Dunlovy & Fant
Berller & Fgel
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL
LAR I ER DOZEN.
HALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
TY-FIVE CENTS PER DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNED
. MJNT JULEPS,
' SHERRY COBBLERS,
-- QGJ K 3.M M. ---
F. W. HABENICHIT.
M4 IL. KINARD'S
COLUMBXIA, S. C.
JUST received the largest and most
complete stock of SPRlINQ~ ULOT HING
that,basl e'vor been in the Stato, and at
pricosLT to Kuit the tms
Warranted, at $12.50.
MEN'S ALLVOOLj COEv(iOT SUITS,
Warranted, at $10.50.
YOTIJS' SUITS FROM $3.'0 to $16.00.
Boys' sunTs $1.50, 2 00, $2.50, AND
c- ALSO a fmne atock of Taylor's eel brated
>f Mackinacw Straw Hca and Maenillanc,
'. in s'hados of Silver, Tan, Chocolato
and Wh ite.
I i IIAVE added to my stock fine sheoen for
o gentlemen, to completo an outfit, guaraen.
- teed not to rip) or break; if they do, will
give another pair,
8E0 THAT SURPRISE!
~IUi FARMERS' "BONANZA."
~ oan aim hcn~ ever grow heru deil~c'dus raw v
ine. HJea sent by nc a2et. a paper.c noa
fodder pln also l et krv. F ba
Qeer grVrnrmeon, mpor d. rges~t variet
see, 4 ppers for 1. Ver carce. ro~tWoo
Ca iiv e a a procfi et.a aer. liax
ya tian Cor (from the tl pi
y for table or st'oek 2 etq acor 75 et, a
hensin mte, one pln feri a oo tw days: lOOi2
- ie roa. ?4edri brief hoea prioo,i e
AddresS C. R. (AEBERT * . Atlanta, O.
Refeence Hon. W. L. Calhoun, Mayor if
HAVING bought a big landslido
much finer than has over before bee
boro, and by taking the entire line
Cents on the Dollar, cash down on <
If you don't believe it, bring it aOon
me what you think about it. Thio i
16, at NINE O'CLOCK. $800 in a
Two hundred pieces of Nockwel
Fichns, Twill and Lace mixed Fichu
the fullest line of thoso goods over E
up to 50, 75, and from $1.25. $1.75,
chaser, and all for cash. Over 600
designs imaginable, in Ladios' and C
colored, bordered, humstitched, cord
50, 75 and $1 .00. An elogant line i
$1.00, $1 25. 81 75.
Three Iumidred Ladies' and Childi
Fifty Laco collars and collarottos,
Just the thing for little girls, at 15,
to so theso goods.
Hosiory, Hosiery, for tho million,
nockwear, suspenders, inarsoilloa qn
Over two hundred towels, all of (I
cents up to fin I I tick and Danish, 2
Berlin Lislo thread, lace, and in a va
Soni of Imy competitors put fo
goods are inferior wlion I quoto pri<
will visit my storo they will be convi
offering are bettor goods than wore,
PAINTS and KALqOMINE.-i
houses in this country. Mixed pain
One hundred and fifty cotton hoe
PAY FANCY PRICES,
J. L. MINd
THE ACKNOWLEDGED LE
THE BEST REMEDY
Diseases of the Throat a11 Lunis.
In diseases of the
AYEX~9 pulmnonary organs
remedy Is inval
unablo. Y* a n's
is1 such a remedy.
9It is a sicientiflu
combihnation of tho
CH ERRY plcsriul enrauvo
united, of such
power as to insure
~ORL. tho greatestt possi
,', bin eiliciency, and
PEC TO "'is. "It strikes t
tho fndation of all puhnonary diseases,
affording prompt rel ief and~ rapid cures,
and Is adtapted to pationts of any ago or
either sex. Jieing very palatal, the
youngest cild(renl tako it readily. In
ordinary Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
lIronchitis, influenza, Clergyman's
Sore Throat, Asthina, Croup, and
Catarrhs, the effoets of AYmn's CHIERRY
IIcCToIA,, are magical, and mittltitudes
are annually preserved from serious ill
noss by its'timely aind faithful use. It
abould bo kopt at hand in every house
hold for the p~rotection it effords in sud?
don attacks. in WVhooping-cough and
Consutnaption thore is no other romedy
so eficacious, soothing, and helpful.
Low prices arm Inducements to *cy
some of the many mixtures or syruIps,
made of cheap and ineffeetive ingredi
ents, now offered, which, as they con.
tan no curativec qualities, can afford
only temporary relief, and are tire to
(ilsappoint the patient. Diseases of the
throat and lunga demand activ ,and.
effective treatment; and It is dlant'ev(ouw
experimienting with unknkown an"'.'heap
mnediclnes, from the 'rent lialdity that
these dIseasea ma y, w ilo so trifled sn ith,
hmecomno deeoply seated or Incurable. Use0
AYER's Cu tont I ECTOJIA i, and yo'u
znay confietlyrexpect the bmest results.
It Is of ackno~wlediged curativo power,
and Is as echeap as its enreful preparat ion
and( ihme ingraidlents will all ow. Emi..
hoot physicians, knowing its cornposi
tion, prescrib~o It. The test of half a
century has proven Its certainty to cure
all pulmonary compllaint~s not alreatdy
beyond the reach of human aid.
PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER & Co.,
.'ractical and Analytical C hemistu,
SOLD DT AL!. DRIUooItrs EVmrnTWEnU.
WINNSBOlRO, S. C.
in NOTIONS and FANCY 0 GOODS,
n shown on the counters in Winns
t the astonishing low figures of Fifty
lolivory, the Almighty Dollar will toll.
g when you go shopping, arid then tell
malo will opon Monday morning, May
ir, consisting of Lace 'iia, Laco
s, Tvill Embroidered Hand kerehiefe,
howing in Winnsboro, from 5 cents
$2.00. $2.25, $2.75, to muit the pnr
handkerchiofs in all the different
konts' plain, white, linen, embroidered,
lod, bordorod, from 5 .conN tip to 25,
:>f silk handkerchiefs, at 25, 50, 75,
'on's collars in plain and embroidery.
with laco and embroidered mixed.
20, 35, 50, 75 and $1.00 Don't fail
at 5, 10, 25, 50 and 75 cents. Gentil
ifforont patterns and designs, from 10
2, 25, 40 and 50 cents. Gloves in
rioty of shades and designs.
rth the throadbaro theory that my
,o that they cannot touch. If they
nced that this lot which I am now
Dvor offored in this Town at those
a agent for one of the largest paint
b a specialty.
s, 7, 7J and 8, at 50 cents each. Don't
LDER OF LOW PRICES. ANi
*NIW AN D DESIRAIBLE SiflIN4d
CHNAP A.N IWRTTY SPftiNG
BL ACK anid colored Cashmenrep, At
paea'Is, Mohir s, Mi~omnie Clot hs, G rena
dinies, Bunitings , lernmani Cloths.
L AWNS, M ~uslis Lhenia; Siltini vs;
A SK to se. ''Rei'reu" GIrighamsi;
Cassimeres, Jeanus, Cottoniades and
BLE~ACU1ED, Browvn and P~laid
TA IILE Lien, Dovlios, Towels,
ShiectingC Pillow Casing.
1F ANY BODY WANTS A GOOfl
HAT for a little money, let thoei
call on mec. 2Nobby line of Strawv IatA
IF ANY MAN OUt iOY WANTS A
ISUIT of gd, pretly, nobby, chai-r.
inmg Spring Clothesh, lot theni call 'h
IF ANY MfAN, WOMAN ORl CILI)
WJANTS a pair of S;hoes, delfenp, let
the'u mii all onme and get, thern.
A BEAUTIIFUL ILine of' Iaesm;
Haiiimurg Edlgings anid laseortions8, Cot
LA DIJES' Linent Hein-stiteh'ed Hated
G ENTlS', Ladies', Misses' 'and( Chiil;
GE'NTS' AND) ,A DiES' SCAiIS,
COLA RS and Cuffs, Rufinmg; Etc;;
BUTr NVHAT1 IS THlE USE TIRYING
TO( mientioni e~very~thiiiin i11th Sibi-e'/
Just. comei and.1 5co me1, that iS alli; and
I will make it paiy you.~
MY GROGCERYv Na4,
AS tisnal, is well stoefked With all
the tiecssaries, and~ a fewv of (ho luxu.
u'ich; of' lfe, thajit is, inm thte eating lino,
But if' you shmoftd need any hardwaure,
crockery; gJ akwaroe or wvooden ware,
v*"hy I Cdati sny ply yo'(I.
80 DON'T FORGETL TO CALLS O~
inch 26 ~~&r
ENLAndE OEVDIOP THE FOftK