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OATURA1U , January 20. 3 t a 14.
Perry Davis's Pain Killer.
'Sealed Proposals--Jas. I% miarvey,
Summions-MoDonald & Douglass,
-The weather is so bad that nobody
goes about, id nW is decidedly
-The board of county commission
ers have elected Dr. T. B. MoKinstry
plhysician to the poor.
-Will the News and 64ower kind
ly give us a rest on the Princess Louise
aud her paltty? We are wearfs
-Dr. T. C. Robertson, of the firm
of Jones & Robet'tson, of Rock Hill,
was in town on Thursday and Friday.
-The Frick Eclipse Engine is ac
knowledged to be the best engine
made. Sold by R. J. McCarley & Co*
-Major Jas. R. Scott and W. S.
been in town this week, on profes
-There seems to be of late a slight
decreasp in the number of petty crimes,
and the trial Justices are not quift as
busy as usual.
-Dr. VIanahan an Ni. . W. Han
ahan 'rcturned on Friday from tie
meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows at Graniteville.
-The "Do mestic" sewilng machine,
sold by -Messirs. J. M. Beaty & Co., is
in every respect one of the very best
in Ithe market, it certainly.has no
Flhe board of county commission
ers will meet agala on the 31st inst.,
when tihey- will receive proposals for
fulrnishing the poor house with sup
plies tIhis year.
-Mrs. Mary lrawlegy the grand
mother of Wn. ii. Brawley, Esq.,
former solicitor of this circuit, died In
Chester on Thursdiayl in the ninety
ninth Year of her age.
-When the proposed night schedule
goes Into -eifett, there ought to bo-a
special train run, to give Winnsboro
S l*op6e n chance. to go. to the Ilepot.
Aost of them go there at train time.
-Tihe ollowing are the Fairfild
appointmetts of the Rev. A. M. Chreitz
Ieig, Presiding Elder ot the Columbia
)istrict, for the first quarter: Winns
boro, February 21; Monticullo, bob
ruary 24 and 2.5.
DEATn OFI MRS. ii'LL'*mHA'lP.-The
manly friends of Mrs. P. C. Mlli
champ, Oauighter of Mr. Edward P.
Mobley, will be pained to learn of her
death, which took place on Thursday
last. We have heard no particulars.
POSmTyV NOTICE.-Those that are.
indebted t*o the undersigned for dental
S work done in good~faith will new
please come for ward and settle at once.
1have given ample time, and now re
quest prompt payment, as money I
i nedand money I must lap.e, to meet
mylgai. "A word to the wise."
* I. Sn tson, Dentist..
Goon ROAns.-This is the season of
the year which gives the travelitig
public by pinivate conveyances a propecr
* idea of the value of good public1 high
* ways. Owing to bad roads travel is
~' almost entirely suspenmded in some
secti ons (during the winter months, and
S trade is very' much interferedl with.
Those intterested should make a note of
it no0w, andI "tie a string around their
"~ inger," uo that when -road-working
time conmes every highway in the coni
V ty shall 1be puit ini sucha thorough repair
that travel and traffic may go on uniin
terrauptedly all the year round.
Tmtia S.ouTmtuN CL'dfvATO.-The
January number of this stanidard agri
cultural publication is on our table.
It Is, perhaps, ahead of any other
naumber in general interest. In its
palges are treated all matters pertain
uig to the success, comfort and happi
ness of the farmer. The puiblishers are
Ii doing wvhat nearly all the proprietors
of Southerna publicaltions have failed to
do, nanmely, employing the best wri
"iters in the South to contribute to its
colmins. And they are thus making
t he most entertaining agricultural
6 journal over funishaled the Sonthern
S people. The .Janunary number has the
uasual able contributions from Dr.
Jones--hi "Thoughts for the Month*
ndthe entertaining ''Inquiry Dcpaart-.
mnent ;" articles on .-Prepar'ing Cotton
andrMar~ket; Crop Lien Ltuv, Railroads
aiRight of Way, Farm Teiiants, In..
tensive Fiarninig, Jute in the South,
'The Sugar. Cane Question, Stock and
K Dairy Departments, Bill Arp's Inimn
itable. Letter, four full pages of Cor
resp~ondienI(e directly from the farmers,
Biographical Sketches and Portraits of
Senator Barrow and Major Campbell
Wallace, a full discussion of Fish Cul
* ure, And the Patrons of Husbandry
Department. The enumerated articles
are only a small portion of tihe con
tents. It is a paper well wortll the
price, $1.50 per year, or ten copie one
year for $10.00 Address Jail. P. Har
rison & Co., Atlanta, Ga.
RAWSoE R ETUR~s Tn H N~s.--The fol
lowing is the text of Senator Ransom's
telegram to the Demnocratic caucus of
the N orth Carol ina Legislature, for his
unanimous renomnation: "From mny
heart I thank thme Democratic caucus
for the great honmor bestowed ona me.
t have nao words to express my deep)
sensibility to the members of the Leg
Islatuare, and thne people of North Car
olia, for their conati nued confidence.
* I pray that God wvill give me strength
.and virtue to do mny duty to the State
hinglln~ uilds up shattered constitu
j Mt1ItOALi FOKR THE MGM~ -
Prnot Btrohg as Holy Writ that the W1i6t4
People of South Carolina do Desire the
.ducation ot the Blacke.
From the News and Oouior.
COLUMIA, January 18-The leiCIal
reco-ds siow tbat thn correspondent of a
the New York Bmft has not only "tlade k
a fool of hitmself," but that he has also
not told tile truth. His stateient that
the South Carolina Denaecrate do not
want to educate the negro Is a base
and maligiant fabrication. Almost C
the very 's-At act of the Democrats
after regaining control of 'he Stateo
Government in 1876 was to submit a:
constitutionsl amendment to the peo
pie for the "levy of an innual tax ofa
not l1s than two mills on the dollar of
aill the taxable property" iII the State,
to be "paid out exclusively for the -
su'll01t of the im1blic school.." In
addi tion to the amonit realized from &
this soilree the entire poll-tax receipt %
go to the support o' tle public seliools,
and in var'ions scotions special levies
are also inodo for the bamte purpose.
Much of the largest portion of the
taxes for the support of the public
schools is paid by the white Democrat
In pre,)rty-holders of the State, and is
paid out for the instruction of (lie chil
d'en of the State without regard to
race or color) under precisely tfie same
conditlons. In 1880-81 the school fuind
amounted to $452,965.44. The school .
fund of 1881-82 is believed to have
been even In excess of this amounit. IC
In 1880-81 there were 72,119 negro
children ttending the public schools
in the State. There were 10,780 more
negro than white chitdren attending T
the public schools. 'it, 1881-82, 1her%
we 80,575 negro children in our public
schools, an excess of 15,176 tuegr'o
pupils over the number of: white Pupils.
in 1881-82 the amount expened fo'r
the pupils enrolled was $3.16 per
capita. At this rate the State, in G
1880-81., expended fbr the education of
the negro children $227,174.86, or
$33,957 more than the amount paid out
for the education' of the white chil
dren. In 1881-82 tie State paid out
lbtlm education of iiegro children
$253,811.25, cr $47,804.40 more thatn
wits expended duinug tle same period
foi- the itication of tle white clildren .
These Wre stubbor'n facts. Mr Wilke
so1 should correct his injurious state
inents or apply flor a staff lappoiltnent
on. the Boston Herald, although the S
paper which lie represents is known to ,
niany New Yorkers as "the lying
BAnNWE"LL.-The Barnwell People
is quite elated because of the coniple
tion of the Ba'riiwell Railroad, and the
establishment of a telegraphic lineo
connecting Barnwell with the outer
world. It predicts that "within ten
years Barnwell will becotie t.e pret. M
tiest and most prosperous town in k
COUNTI COMMISSIONERs' OFFICK,
WINKsBOlto, 8. C., Jan. 18, 1883.
3EA LED proposals will be received
atthis oftlee until and oti the 31st
dav of Januitry, 188:3, from parties
desiring to furnish sipplios for' the
Poor I louse at the lowest percentage
on cash prices, -from February 1-to
November 1, 188.
.'IAS. i. TiAIRVEY,
Jan 20-tix1 Chairman Bd. (J. C.
STAT1E OFPSOUTHI CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF~ FA1UnFKLD.
COURT OF' COMLMON .PLEA S.
J. Ifeaster Lyles, Plaintitf, aruinst Charles
B. Young, 'Defendnt. -'ummnons frr
Rellef.--Coinpaint Served. .
To TnlE DEFENDANT AnOvl~-NAMED:
-YOU are; hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this ac'tion, of
which a cop~y Is huere-with serived upon yon,
and to serve a copy'of your answer t~o the
said complaint, on the Subscribers, at their
omfce, No. 3, Law flange, Winnsboro, S. C.,
within twenty (lays after the service hereofc
exclusive of the day of such service; andl If
you fail to answer the complaint within thet
time Lforesai d. the PlaintitY in this action .
wilL apply to the Court for the relief de. j
DtdMcDONAIJD & DOUGL ASS,
To THE~ DEFENDANT: s
TAKE notice that the summnons i this ti
action, of which the foregoing is a coply,
was filed in the offce of the Clerk of (lie
Court of Common Pleas at Whnnsboro, in
the County of Fairfieki, in the State of
South Carolina, on the .19th day of January, ..
McDONALD & D)OUGLASS,
BUY TUE 'AL.METTO WAOON OP
UILYSSE GI. DF.SPORTES.
~Eare prepared to fill alt orders for
VYLumber, and we respectfully so
licit a share of the pulhio patronage. All
orders will be promptly nmet. Address
T. W.B BYLE & BItO.,
Ridgeway, S., .
-or J. Rt. BOY'LES,
Ost 28tx4m. Winnsboro, 8. G.
TO'LICENsE CERTAIN BIUsINEtaSEs.
Bie it Ordained by the Intendant and -
Wardens of the Town of Wininsbhoro in
Council met, and by the .authority of the ti
Trhiat an annual tax 6f Tw76NTY-F!VTn
l)OLLA~tS he impoced upon each T1ele'graph
Comupany having an -operator- residlent In
said. rpwn; andl u pon echcl Express (Com
pany having a resident agont:in said Town;
andi upont each Liveyy Stable keeper, doing a
budinesn in saId Town; and an annual tax I'
of TRMN nOLLAn~s for each Pubice h)ray (10-.
lng buisiness In said Town; upon the pay..1
mfenit of which sums a license shall beJ
granited to suchl teleg~raph companilca, ex.
priess companies, livery stable keepers and
public drays, to do biusiness for one year. '
Done in Council this 28th day of I cem
her in the year of our Lord one thousand
eighathumfredt and eighty-two, under the
corporate seal of the said T own.
W ANTEDa buyer for mny entire stoek
fStahple anal Fancy G~roeries, LI- *
quors, Wines, Trobaco, Cigars, etc., stiut- a
edt in 'best business part of town. Store
room well adapted to the business and
rented for next year. I intend to leave the
county and request all'parties Indebted to -
me'to come up andl settle their accouncie
piromnptly, and save themselves troulie.I
mean h'uess, and will sell to a cash buy- 1
er. Very respectfully,~
Dee O-tx,~. W. IL. DONLT. I:I
CROSBY MILIT ARY INSTITUTE. <*'
D. 3. 3USBY, A, i. PRINIPAL.t 2
FE .AS8T ER T IL LE, , 0, I
QW 8De Pns TnhAnau
I HAiVP 6eceitiv commenced busi
0ss'opposite Mm. .M. Eillott's Gin
lwherom6 will' be found Cooking
nd floating 8toVos and Tinwaro of all
Rooflng and Guttorlng done I i
ood and substantial manner, as cheap
5 the cheapest.
srigns Painted In the best style,
Merchants will find it to their luter
it to cease selling light Yaikeo Tin
a&re, poorly soldered, and sell my
INWAIIE, as it is about. aq CIEAP,
id Is nmade of GOOD MATEltIAL.
SAWDLICs, BnIDLES AN D h ARN ESS--" WAY
ULYSSE G. IYESPORTES.
0hristma, Goods I
RESH GOSIIEN BUT'ER.
NEW BUCK WiEA'T FLOUt..
ondon Layers, Loose Musentels and Finest
olden Raisins, whole and qu-ter boxes.
ITRON, CURRANTS and SPICES.
ew Magnolias, Brunswieks and the
oig1ues, Soused Pig's Feet, Mackerel, In.
&l1 sizes and quantitles, and J uhrings.
Pride of the Seh, in 1b this, the6
finest fish put up.
' pf all kinds.
allm Apples. To only genuine Josk
71ume0 Photo. 15alml
Plain and Fancy
CAKES AND CRACKERS.
OFFEES, SUGARIS and FLOUlS are
very low--get my prices.
SPOKES, RIMS AND HUBS.
In Harness of all kinds.
.ngle Buggy Harness $9.50 up, worth $11.
he Louisville Turning.Plows 're equal to
any, and much cheaper. I have all sizes.
ED RUST PROOF OATS, SIXTY
J. II. CUm~mZ1NGs.
IT IS A FACT, WE WILL SBELL YOU A
'agon or Buggy for less than anyone in
WS. ULY"iC G. DESPORTES.
LND FEED STABLES
ORSES, MARES AND MULES.
One hundred head for sale, either for
tsh or oni time until fall, by making mec
>Od 'p~pers. I also huve eightee~n or
venty good young mares that I want to
schangte for old fat nliniz miules or horsesq
il person.4 having 01(1 mules or horses on
imd and wishming to) purchause younig ones,
Ln put in their old( stock in part pay. I
sc) have some ext.ma line saddle andI
Erness horaes cOmnbinedi, anmd a few flne
mies. I invite everybody in. want of
ock to call and1 see me aS 1 defy competi
WImNNsnOnO, S. 0., Jan. 1, 1883.
D~ON'T n3UY A WAOON UNTIL, YOU BER Us.
will pay you.
ULYSSE G. D)ESPOR TES.
NE have jusat received a large atnd beau
CA R DS.
Also, a 'handsorihe lot of other dhods suIt
ile for UlIRISTMAS and NEW YEARt
30OKS8! BOOKS !
All kid: of Books suItable for Presents.
lhe largest and most comiplele stock of
a have ever offered.
Ve would respectfumlly call the attemntlon
the PublIc to these goods, and request
1 lnspection befeo purchlasig.
McMASTER~f, BRICE & KETCITIN.
AMIO4N EE'M SALE.
) Y virtue of the power and authorIty
) vestedl n andI confcired upo01 n m by a
d' of Assignmnent madice by Franels
idler on the 4th clay of January, 1882, I
ill offer for sale before flhe Court House
ior in Winunsboro, on the first Monday in
ebruary nuext, between the legal hours o~f
dle to the hIghest bidder, the followving
ascribed lot of land vIz: All that lot or
strcel of land, dleslinatedl as Lot P, on a
at of survey of lands of FrancIs Elder,
tuiate, lyIng and being in the corporate
mIts of the town of Winnsboro, in the
ounity of Fairfild and State of South
T':MiS oP SA LE-CASIU, The purchaser
pay for nlecessary. paera,
J. j. McD)ONALDP,
A s'ignee of F. Elder'.
During the remainder of the season w1
will sell our winter stock at
GREATLY REDUCED. IRICES
1F YOU WANT
ID ~EE -_T C31 0 0 T E
DRESS GOODS AND SUITING
Wo eXhibited a nice seletion of thesi
goods this seasm and sold naly; sti'l a fev
pretty styles left, whih we wish to sell FA
a low price. Come and see.
CLOAE3, DOLMANS, JACEETS
A ,few of each kind and real prett,
goods-will sell these to. Close .yitllout
QeitsI aild. ,-Ladies
These roods we bought at low prices fron
manufacturera. The reminant of stoel
will noW be offered at a large reduction.
Shiaw1s, Blailkets a116
FLANNE L S.
Now is the season to wrap well and pre
vent colds and pneumonia. We are s
"Ierotts as to prefer our customers to havq
Stese goods rather than keen thetn ourselves
Have no anxiety about the price.
Are aimolig the stock which must bn re
duvel befort m1whig. Dont buy util ou
goodls are seen sid~ priced.
SliIng 0111 Crockeiry,
We don't expect to handle it longer, an<
will i 'e genunute bargains untitil the stoel
We invite all to call and examine.
J. M. 3EATY & CO
NOT W ITHISTA NDI NG
Our customers may rest assilred tha
we will not be ndersold by any othe
house in town. Our' mioto has been
anid still is, "QUICK SALES ANI
We offer, for the NEXT THIIRT1
DAYS, great bargains In
Latest 8tyles of' TRIMMING BRA11)
NOTIONS OFT ALL KINDS
Ow ing to thie extremnely warm weathI
er, we wvill sell all of our'
GEN4TS' and YOUTHS' CLOTIYNt
at the most aetonisingly low price..
We do not wishb yon to buy uniles
fully suited, and will refund the money
for any unoatisfactory parebmaso.
P. LAN.DECKER 4& B1RO
CANARIES FORl SALE
SIX pir till on hand for #fale, and
pr:or $3,00 for the male and fifty cent;
for h feimale. Partces wishing to pur
chase will pleas9 addres MIIss
Jan 11. WN os(IE, t
South Carolina Rairway Conpany.
N and after November 12. 1882, Passen
ger Tralins will rwi as follows until
TO AND FROM OffAILESTON.
Leave Columbia at..*8.00 a. n. t6.55 p. in,
Arrive Charleston.. .12,57 p. in. 11.30 p. in,
Leave Charleston.. . t7.0 a. m. *4.00 p. in.
Arrive ColumbIa...,11.27 a. tn. 10.05 p. i,
IDally. *Daily exce lt Sunday.
TO AND FiROM CAMDENf.
Leave Columbla at..*8.00 m. 'n. *6.55 p. in.
Arrive at Catnden... 1.07 p). in. 9.25 p. in.
Leave Camden at.. .*7.00 as n. *4.45 p. m,
Arrive at Columbia. .11.27 a. m. 10.05 p. in.
*Daily except Sundays.
TO AND F11OM AUGUSTA,
Leave Columbia............. *7.25 . m.
Arrive Augusta..... ........... 7.55 a. I.
Leave Augusta..,..*7.00 a. in. *4.20 p. in.
Arrive Coluimblia.. . . 4.08 p. i. 10.05 p. ma.
*Daily except Sunday.
Connections imade at Colunhia l wih 10o
lumbia and Greenville lailroad b train
arriving at 11.27 a. m., and de mr ing at
6,55 p. mn. Connection miade tt U. C. & A.
J unction with Charlotte, Colimbia anid
Augusta iallroad by train arriving at Co
lumbia at 11.27 a. m., and depiatiig at 11.55
p. n., to and from fill points on both roads,
with through Pulhnan Sleeper between
Charleston and Washington, via Virginia
Midland route, without change. Connee
tion mAde at Charleston with st.enmers for
New York on Wednesays and Satiurdaiys;
also, with Savannah adt Charleston Rail
road to all points South.
Connections are made at Auguista with
Georgia Railroad and Central Ho iIroad to
and from all polnmms West and South.
Throi i Tickets can he purchased to all
poInts South anid West, by amlylng to
(Cohunia, 8. C.
.OION. B. PKCK, General Manager.
1). C. A1,1EN, Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agent,
Charlestonj S. C.
Charlotte, Colunibia & Augusta R. It.
PAsSENon DHPA nTMIET,
COLUu7,1.A, S. C., November 5, 1882.
Tl 1 ,Initial link In Soutlh Carolina in the
Rlielhmond and Danville svstem work
iniijto and fromn Charleston via the South
*No. 53. i No. 17.
Lv. Augusta a.... 7.35 a. in............
Ar. ColumbIa 6.. 11.39 a. in. Lv. 5.00 a. iii.
Ar. Winnsboro b. . 1.13 p. i. 7.52 a. Im.
A r. Chester e..... 2.17 p. m. 10.50 a. In.
Ar. Chbarlotte d.. 4.13 p. m. 3.15 p. m.
Ar. Statesville e.., 7.05 p. m. ............
*No. 52. tNo. 18.
Lv. Statesville e... 8.00 a. i ............
LV. Charlotte d... 2.30 p. n. 5.22 a. I.
Lv. Chester c...... 4.29 p. m. 9.25 a. ill,
Lv. Whinsboro.... 5.33 p. in, 1.22 p. m.
Lv. Columbia 6... 7.07 p. in. Ar. 3.50 p. m.
Ar. Augusta... ...11.15 p. in. ............
*Daily. t Dally, except. Sundays.
RaIlroAd (or Washing.eton) time fifteen
imnutes ahead of W'innsboro time.
e With nll lines to and from SaVaniai,
Florida and the Sotuth and Atlanta, Macon
and the Southwest.
b V ith South Carolina Railroad to and
from Charleston by Nos. 52 and 53 and with
Columbia and G.reenville liallroad.
e With Choster and CheruV and Chester
aid Lenlolir Iallroads.
d With ilchmond and Danville RIAilroad
to and fronm all poltits Noith, Atlatitie,
'Tennitessee and Ohio Division and Carolina
e With Vestern North Carolina Railroad
for Asheville, Warm S9prinugs and all points
oin thatt luin,
M. ShAUlIT Elt, G. P. A.
D). CAnnwu., A. C. I', A,
G. R. TI' A X r'r, Superitendeont.
ONE MAN'S CASH AS
AS ANOTHFERg AT
SOUT HERN M U S I 0 HOUSE.
Only House in A'net'ica Selling
HANDS & ORM*N
On the One Price System.
ONE UNIFOIR P1RICE' to ALL, AND)
'T11AT1 Til5E LOWEST K NOWN,
The usual sysh-mo of selling P~aiosi ahda
Org.ans isi for thme dealer 1(o (hargei any prie
lhe cana get. for thewm without regardl to eith
er~ a fair profit or t.he cuailee's interest.
Buitt 'we are proud to say t hat t his h~as necer
been our muithoda of selling.
For the benefit of purchuasers and( to se
cure thtem the full value of thelir nmey, we
established at the outset of our busi'ness,
twelvo yearnH ince,
THI 2! O)N1 PR 1C!; S TEM,
andl to this we attribute our innense andl
prosp~erous trade. Selling on thIs Square
l)asis, ren~dersI It iunperative that, the >~rieC
be the very lowest one that can be given.
We are pledged to this. Wem always havn
'done It, and we Always WIll do It. It's our
ecreed and our praelike. No other Piano and~
Organ lb ose deals on this principle'.
Our prices, in p lain figures, are placed on
every istrumient. A chIld can buny as low
as the sharpe.st trader. All other H ouses
have "hl h prIces andl give discounts."
Thel "One Prie" sytstemn satves time in
trading, and is the on.y satisfatctory way to
buy'er andl seller; for, on the high price
an<i discounit sy'stem., evenm though the cus
tom:-r buya5', he is niot sure that as hoatut
ADVFt!! TO PIA K1 ANYD
Ikiy quick. Why? Because ant advance
in price is aitlOst eortain. Plantis andl
Organs are onm a boomi. The deman~fd ex
ceds the supply. All the factorli. are be
hind orders. .. D)ealers wIth cash In hand
cannot gt inntrumnts as fast as wanted.
Prices of materal arl labmor are adlvar.ciner.
VTe presenit lo1w prIces of P'ianuos and1( Or
gans cannot contmnue, and will not again
rule In the next ten years. Th'los'e who hnI3
flow will save money. Lairge contracts jut
inaide with maanufacturers will enablle us to
guaranltee present prices until ,Jannar st,
1j.qs After Ihat we can proumiise niolhin.4
lDelays arc dlangereus. Mlaign ifi en t .staoe
,lO now o handl. 8.2den Girand Xa'kers. Over
200 dif~erent styles now In our wareroomas.
1&gsjant Pianos .$f00. B~eantful Orqang
50S. .Eaeiest lnstdalmnent Terms. Sent on
rIal. Every inducement that any respon..
ai/de H~ouse cani offer. Coaapeti tion with
the world. Don't fall to send for Our Cata
logues and fall Price Lists, 1882,
Ludden & Bates'
S A VA NN AH, G A.
ThGea lana an nraa nanotor ijb uMonS
A IIAH NE# Y
The long anticipated holiday 1ish has c<
willi Its hiddon futurn has dawiled upoln us,
endeavora to merit in Aiture the very liberal
to me the past year, by consulting at all tIUm
take this opportunity of aunouncing that fru
1FALL AND WIN
Will ble sold at GREATLY REDUCE
preparation for a more extended
T~RA DE% TIIAN IIE1RETOFORE.
Please civil and examine my stock befowr
prices will convince von tihat 1Im1 ean.in8t, wi
Tliankinig my ti'eiids rfr their very libe
you all a haipy and prosperou New Year.
* E have recently comellcned business in the
James Turner & Co., where will be founc
STAPLE AND FANCI
We shall keep always on hand a varied sup
firsteclass G'rocery 8tore, and our prices shall alw
T-0 W .A.A T-EBJ
In thus presenting ourselves before the pubiilh
of their patroniage, assuring them of entire satisfi
J. H. HAR
MUST PBE SOLD, ./IJD WIJ
At prices unheard of in Winnsboi
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS A
Come and see howv LOWV I amr
wvill be sure to invest some of you'
IS ST ILL SJHiLWAQ WITr H
WINES, BRANDIES, LIQJ
0OF TIIE CHOlcEW'
FR ESH OVSTZERS ./1.AD
MEALS HAD AT 2
The bargesl Imp~ol'ters of Foreign Fruit ini
seleceti stock ol'
AI'1. O is, A"N(EM IIAANAS CoCC
antd everything else that, a first-class Wh<
COUNiTRY ORDERS .FILL1l
Oct 17- txem
R~EAD TIS! CI
FINit GJtOCERhIE OP 'TIR
*jST REJEI'tE, 00NS1.STING Oli'
Flour---t.nade by piatent process.
IIa~ms-canvassed and uncanvassed.
Sugars-of all grade.
('~es-re and1 Roasted, 051l Govern- FreCF
ment Java anad M lo, Th~urher's Celebrated
34t and 41. RI
Choice New Orlea~ns Molasses.
Ifresh. Buckwhteat Flour, Oat Meal, Raisins,
Carnnts, Citron, and a full lineo of
Plekles-Chow Chew and ixed,
Vineganr-White Wlae and CIder.
Macaroni and Cheese, at r<
Saues'--Worestershire, Ulrd IPeppet Mhd
.John a Iun'.
Minee Liest, Plm Pndding and Ginger
Peach and A pple Blutter, and Averything
nicee for Christmas or any other time,
1"' A sur'.y ofed Rust Proof 0a6s Not
always on hanrd.
EAR TO ALL.
1lno and one, and the New Year
and as Iintend to use my tauiost
patronage that has been exiciaided
Os the iliterest. of my customnei , t
iu this date my prcesnt Stock of
,b PRTh1CEiS, In order to malk
i ninklng your purchases as my
at I plroise ink this adtvertiseenellt.
ral and giatifying ,ihVors, I wish
store fornnirly occupled 1), iossr
t a now and complete stock o
ply of everything usually kept In a
iys be fouin as
, we respectfully solicit a liberal aba&
iction, both as to quality and pries of
DEN & BRO.
,L BE OFFER 0 FOR
T LESS THAN COST,
ofring goods, and you
r spare change.
P INIt ASSOR ,TikE iT
roRs AND> CIGAkS,
FISH EV'ER JAb./1Y
the South, ofib3r i'ol' sale it welt
I Aq Ls, oito's, r(IJTSs,
>iesalo fruit I~ollse Aholild have
Wi WrIT H .DIS.PArTCIJ
E~ have just received1 the following
h1 and( Choice Goodat
a. 3Mince Mient, soin dbing ni.4
V Crop New Orleans Miolasses.
J. F. cMASTER& C