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TUEWDATJaVu, ' J.19 : I I isp
heal Estate for Sale-Jas. 11. Rion.
Undertaker's Department -- J. M.
It Stinds at the Ilead-J. M. Beaty
& Co., Agents.
Notice for Initi Discharge-S. W. B.
- rise to remark that' there hasn't
iheen any Kinow Siplce our, ]as( Issue.
-The recent inteniN4l cold Spell
caused a good deal of coal talk aborti
-Balance brought forward, is what
a bookekeeper pjrolssioially calls
-Senator Bntler has 6ir thanks fdr
pitbliCl docIments containing useful
-t'he recent weatleF blockad6 all
ng. of "hantds" and all sorts of
-Metdfologically, the times around
hi- are wet enough, but Itewsolog
icallv, most desperately dry.
-The -Bibl - Class of the Presbyte
rian church was organized on Sunday
afternoon, with about thirty pupiks.
-The genial smile of the Festivo,
social druannfei isn't at all ruffled up
by the soggy, HlUip and muggy weather.
-The lawyers are bcginning to brush
ui for the next tel:m of court, begin
ning on the second Monday in Feb
-Billibgs says that advice and physic
are to abidindant that any man who
makes a blunder or gets sick must be
soniewlat of a fool.
-The best payillV and only reliable
Guao-the Monarch. Sold by -i J.
Mbiarley & Co. Come early Aiid
avoid the rush. *
-4'Ile Cbester Graded School had to
su~i'ed Xeercises for a daS, ol accounlt
of nhaviig bij wood--and so did the
Moulit Zion Iist.itite.
--The Railroad Commission have
returned from their visit to Adanta,
whither 'they had gone to consult with
the Georgia Comiission.
-Tie Rev. O G. Bradford, of
Winnsboro, will preach at the Black
tdck Baptist .church ol the irst and
third Sutndilys df every month.
-The days are growing longer, they
say, but somehow they seem dread
Fully short to the man whose note is
due in the bank in three days.
-Beef b-Attle are reported rdinitg
i'apidly scarcer, and the question of
advanced prices for steak and roast
hiust; it secns, soon be grappled with.
-The con temaplated changes in the
schicdules of the Charlotte, Columbia
& Augusta. Railroad, of which men
tion was Ijiade, have lbecit postpo ned
-Go to ,R. J. Mctai-ley & Co.- and
buy the Monarch Gnaatv. They. a!
wiys give the highest prices for cotton
to their enstomors..*
-Dlintquents are regqiested to let
ns hear-friomi thtemn by registered let
thi' bi by a deposit of' $2.50 or more
at this office. We'll exacuse thtei' from
the three days of grace.
--Speaking of matldes, Mark Twain
remarks that he naever saw but one
harm less tnuc, and thIat. 0one was dlead,
utand the bumzard9 bdd eaten all the
mitscles o6l his hind legs.
--Mr. M.- TI. Bartlctt, fr'eightt agent.
at the railroad dlep~os' at Chester for
the p~ast twof years, has been eeted
clerk of the Railhroadl Commutission.
Hie wvill at once go to Columbia.
-On the plantation of Mr. L. A. C.
Estes, of liaIsellville, last wveek, a
colored child was born, havintg two
dlistittct heads, four arms,- four legs,
wvith one body. The monstrosity was
--Mr. J. Fleming Brown, of Winns
boro, wvas elected principal of the New
hertry Male Acadenty a fewv weeks ago.
Hie expectedl to 'make about $1,00)0 per
aEnntumn. The academty *na openled on
the 8th instant, but only ten pupils
attenidintg during the week Mr. Brownt
ftave up the school and left the town.
-Call at the office of'R. J. McCarley
& Co. and1( leave your 6Ydeid for thb
M1onarch M~nto-the only Guano sold
in this nmarket that gives perfect satis
PosiTv a No'raca.--Those that are
indebted to the und~ersignmed for denttal
work done in good fti will nowv
r.lease come forwvard and( set tle at onc'e.
I htave given amplle time, and now re
quest jtbnppt payment, as money I
nted hiet- foney I must haue, to mneet
any obliga'tions. "A Word to the wise."
* ~ 1. SIMIPsON, Dentist.
'THE DoMasTIC SEwaING ?'vACH1NE..
*Atteuntion is requested,. to the adver
"th~ernent of the D)omestic Sewing Ma
chine, whtich ap~pear~s In another col
nmtt Tho Dome'stie is certainl~y a verf'
supl'ior~ mnachinte, possessing it a htigh
dlegree the important qutalitiles of slm-u
ltiity?. light ruann ig, noiselessntess,
antd adaptability for different kintds of
work. Mes~a'. J.- M.- Beaty & Co.
ar~e the agents for thtis edunit.y. Any
lady' wishintg a machine perfetly sat
ifactory in ev~iy g~articular shehild
buy a D~omesti.- It cortaitnly ib'wli
Out a superior.
COTTON STATE.MENT.-TIjO followiig
is the compar'ative cottont statemnt for'
thie wveek endling January 19,- 1888:
Net receipts at all United S tiles portR
dturintg tihe week 148;752; to sanme timne
last yoar' 99,251; total receipits to this
date 4,017,424i; to sanme date last year
3,55,208. Ex ports for the week 129,
78;same week last fdar 61 ,954; total
expor~ts to this date 2,654,280; to same
(late last year 1,707,849. Stock at nl
last year 1,159,246 ixtbek fit all liiteIlor
towns 182,630; same timo last year 199,
411; stock at Liverpool 814,b00
smein time last year 597,0O0; stock
of American afloat for Great Brilain
290,000; sinne time last year 204,00C:
A GOOD DO DO.--The Charliot te
Obseriver' meitions a very sharp little
phim adopted by some boys of Atlanta.
H&it timd ago' an advertiremenlt ap
peared in a daily paper In that city
stating tiadt dli receipt of fifty cents a
book that no newly married cotiple
should be without would be sent care
fully scaled so as to escape observation,
and that all commnunications would be
strictly conildeitial, cti. Some of the
boys of Charlotte bit., and sent hi their
half dollars, and in return got copies
of the New Test'ainent-revised edi
tion. The firm sending out the books
is composed of three small boys fiVom
twelve to tifleen years of age, the tes
tatheilts being given to. them by a
Bible society. TlIcy sid out one of
the books' .wherever the orders are
accompanied with N6 cash; and meet
every Saturday night and declare a
dividend. They claim to get quite a
number of orders.0'6nI young people
In tihe country t!1'i0 aronmid Atiaitta.
Old Boreas on the Rampage.
The huighi wind whistled around the
Chimney tops and steeples, blew bricks
down into the .street, scirhig the people
who walked below. Sno*, leet and hall
drove into the faces of those who dared
expose themselves, and made them button
their coats tight around their throats. Of.
course there were iore throats and -colds
and coughs and rhenmatims the nexf day.
lit what were these to men and women
who could step Into any drug store and hu
a bottle of 'EnuY DAVIs'S PAIN KILLER1?
NOTICE FOR FINAL ISCiARGE.
I WILL a p ply to the Judge of Probate of
Fairfield County for a final discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of John
McLurkin. deceased, on Friday, February
23, A. 1). 1883.
S. W. B. McLTR1KIN,
Jan 23-tlx3 Administrator.
D EPA RTMENT.
I AM pleased to. inform the public that I
have on iaid a full line of
CoFFINS, BURIAL RO.698,
FE., Ef.l4 m4 prepared to do anything in
UNDER TA KIR'S LINE.
We adl- for a share of the pait'ronage.
J. hf. E LLIO'k'T, SlR.
REAL ESTAT1 FO R SALE:
AS Agent of Mrs. Judith E. MeClena
ghan, I will offer for sale before thd
Court House door in Winnsboro, on Mon
day, the 5th day of February, 1883, at pitN.
1l.r outcry, to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing parcels of land, viz:
1. /U" that piece or parcel of land, lying,
being und situate in the C'ounty of Falrfleld,;
in the Starte of South Car'olina, on a branch
of Bear Creek, containing Tu'itm* tunaUNE
AND) 8EvENTEEN AND1 TH inEE-QU AitTEnaS
A~nEs, morn or'- loss, atId htavbig such
shapes, inarks andi bottedpries as are rep
resented on at plat mtade by Wma. B. Ealkin,
attrveyor, on 3d1 D~eember, 1874.
2. All that piece or parcel of land, lying,
being Anud situate in the County andi Atate
aforesaid, on Simmons Branch of Twentty
five Mile Creek, evntaining Two HU:Nm~tED)
AND EIoniTYi-PIVE ANDP TIHEE-QUArTElte
AC~tES, more or less, and having such
shapes, marks anmd houndaries as are rep
resenitedl on the abhove-mnentionedl plat.
TVElIMS-One-third Ot ethe .pm-chaimse
Imboney to be paid1~' i.cashm; thme balance 01.A a
credit of one and tvo. ear's, with annual
intg rest from day of .'al , purelmager to give
boti d, secmfred by a mo tgay o'f the premn
ises, and to p~ay for all papers. .
Winnshoro, S. C., January 19, 1883.
13UY THIC PAJLMErTO WVAnoN OF~
UL~YSSE 0. D)ESPOlIT ES.
W E are prepared to fill all orders for
Lnmber, and we respectfully so..
licit a share *f the public p)atronagaA. All
orders will be promntly mect. Address
T. W. B'1YLE & BR1O.,
Ridgeway, H. C..,
,or 1. R. 1i0Yi.E8,
Oct 28tvima Winnsboro, S. 0.
To LICENSE CERTAIN nUSINESSRti.
Be it Ordainied by the Intendant and
Wardens of the Town of Winnsboro in
Council met, and by the authority of the
That' an annuati tax of 'rWEINTV-FriH
i)OLIiu he infposed upon01 eachm Telegraph
Conmpany having an operator resitdent in
said l'owj; amt itpont each Express Com
Pany havim~g a ' esident agenmt in said Towna;
and upon eachl Livery Stable keeper doing
butsness in said Town; antd an annual tax
of TEN DobiLAIIs for egeh Pubilic Dray do
ing b~ushiess in'saidi Town; uponm tihe, pay.
nmnt of which sums a license shall be
granltedl to such telegraph companies, ex
press comnpai s, livery stable keepers and
public dlrayst, to do business for one year.
D)one I Couneil this 28th damy of Detcemi
ber In the year of our Lomi one thousand
ci ght hndred and eighty-two, under the
corporate seal of the satid Town..
J. N. CENT ER~, Cl14rk.
PANTED a humfer fom' ny entire' stodh
.... of Staple an'd 1fanmcy (Iroceries,. ,i:
~lOrs, Wines, Tobacco, Ci' ars, eftc., sitn'af
ed in best business part 0o 'own. Store
room wvelIl adapted to them business and
rente'd for ne~xt year. I intend to leai'e the
county and request all parties indebted to
me to comeI up and1 settle their accounts
promptly, andi save themselves trouble.
mean business, and will sell to a ecash buy
er. Very respectfully,
W. IT. DO)NLY.
SEA L E) D PROPWhA4.
COI!'ri COhMISSIONE~ts' OFFICE,
WIrNN8,nlOo, 8. C., Jam,. 18, 1883.
~EALED) proposals will he reeivted
a'haofleeo until1 andt ont the 31st
day of Januamtry, 1883, fttm pattiies
'desirhmig to furnish suipplies forn 11 e
Pobr lionse at time lo~yest pemcentay
nm eshm pricles, fronri Februarmy 1 to)
Noveihber 1, 188. ., .~EY
I'AS. R.IA W Y
Jatt'dn-t l Chab-man Ihd. C. C.
CROS5~Y MIL-T A R INSTIT UTR.
D, B. 3iSBT, A. ?,, PlNCIPAL.
F EA STER N I L LE, 3,' de
l2' S3m PoX OrmcrLAUa
I HAVE recenitly, comninced busi
ne0ss oppjosite Mr. J. M. 'Eliott's Gin
Shoi; where will be toid Cookinjyt
a1( Heating Stoves ind Tinware ol'all
Rooill andil Guttei'ing dono In a
good aml substanltil Ilinaner, as 0heap
1tile e heapet.
Signs Painted in the bost style;
Merchants will find It to their inter
est to cease selling light Yankee Tin
ware, poorly soldered, and sell. III)
TII.W ARE, as It l about a CI1 Al,
kiti is made of GOOD M ATElRlAL.
SAIML. D. FANT.
SAInDLES, BRIDLuIq1) IIAHK aiSs-" WAY
ULYSSE G. IYEIPORT LS.
Christmas Goo !
FIESH OOS 1EN BUTTEit.
NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
London Layers, Loose Mutseatels and Finest
Gulden Italsins, whole and gtq-uer boxes.
CITRON, CUARRANTS ant SPICES.
New Magnolias, Brtinswicks and the
Tongues, Sousd Plg'q Feet, Mackerel, In
all sizes and quantitles, and .ulubrlngs
Pride of tihe Sea, in 5lb tins, the
finest fish put up.
Gallon Aples. e'fil onI genuine Joe.
uie Photo. SanInli.
Plain and Fancy
CAKES AND CRACKEls.
COFFEES, SUGARS anid FLOURS are
very low-get my prices.
SPOKES, RILMS AND HUBS.
In larness of all kinids.
Single Buggy Hiarniess $9.50 up, worth $11.
The Louisville Turning Plows are eq ual to
any', and mu cheiper. I have all sizes.
IED IRUST 'ROOF OATS, SIXTY
J. .H1. CURITI INGS.
IT IS A FACT, NE WILL SELL YOU A
Wagon or Buggy for .ess lnan anyonea in
town. ULYSSE G. DILSPOTES.
AND EEl) STABLES
cash r on ieul "fa, bymain m
cane pu rd theirod forle, pahrt fay.r
go fI..Ialso hav e extaghtepadee and
hAlrss oreshain ombined, and hore .ine
ponies. .1 invite everybody- in wvnip
stck to call and see mne as I defy copei
W~~'INsnoio, S. C., Jan. 1, 1883.
D)ox'T UUY A WAOON UNTIL YOU sEE US.
It will pay you.
UtrxSSN G. DESPORtTES.
ViE have just receIved a large and bean
tiful asaortmient of Christmas and New
C A R D S.
Also, a handsome lot of ot~her goods suilt,
able for COfiRITMAS and NE YEhAlt
BOOKS ! BOOKS !
All kInds of lunnks'idtale. for Presents.
Thi largest and most comiphele stock of
we have ever offered.'
We would respeetfully call theo attention
of the PublIc to these goods, and requet,
an inspectioni before purchiaslng.
McMASTFAI, BIlCE & KET~'ChIIN.
'Y v'rin" of the power and authority
Sv--ste-! 1mn aand corn fered upon mec by a
IDeed of Assh~ymmejnt ma~de .by Frinneis
Elder on thne 4th (lay of .January, 1882i, I
wvillI offe'r for sale be'fore the. Couirt I louse
door ini Wimnnsbloro, on the' first Stonday ini
Februar ' next, between the legal hours of
sale ton tn. lej highst bidder, thne following
descrIbed lot of land viz: All that lot or
parcel of land, dleiIgnatedl as L ot, P, on a
plat of survey of lands of Francia Elder
situate, li ng and being In tine corporatei
liits of tie town of Winnshoro, . In th e
County of Fairfleld and State of Southn
TrInIIS OP SATI-CASJI. The purchaser
to pay for necessary l) phers.
J. E. McD)ONALD,
~~ Assignee of F. Eldoer.
[1R E AID
Durliin the remainder of the beason w(
will sell our wiitet stock at
GREATLY REUI)UCED PRICES!
IF YOU WANT
DI39 Y G GQO23J
DRESS GOODS AND SUITINGS,
We exhibited a hiO. .electlon of the
goods this season anid sold many; stil'l a few
pretty styles left, which we wish to H011 al
a low price. Coie and sve.
CLOAKS, DOLMANS, ACKETS
A few of each kind hvid enl, p)ettl
goods-will sell theso to elose without v
'Golts' aild Ladies'
UNDERW EA R.
These goods we bought at low rces from
manufacturers. The remnant of stock
will now be offered at a large reduction.
Sha~l1s*, Blankets aild
FL./1NNME L S.
Now Is ie season to wrap well and pre
vent colds and pneumonia. We ;rre sc
enrois as to prefer ouir custonieris to have
tbese goods rather than ket ibem ourelves
Have no anxiety about the price.
Are atlong the stock which must b4 re
dleed before spring. Ijon't buy until ou
goods are seen and prlecd.
Sellil 0t Crockery.
Ve don't expect to handle it longer, anI
S-e gennmie bargains until the stock
W e invUe all to call and examine:
____BEATY & CO.
NET THRT BY
NO'I'VNITHSTA NDI NG
-A LL TH E--.
Our cnstomers mnay resL assut'ed tia
-we will not bo undersold by any othei
house in town. Our motto has been
aind s'lvl is, "QUICK SA LES ANE
SMA LL PROFlITS."
Wo ofyer, for tho NEXT 'fiiRRT1
D)AYS, great bargairwhin
'Latest Stylecs of TRT'MM lN( BRA ID
NOTIONS OF' A LL KINDS
Owing to the extremely warmnn weath.
er, we will seil all of our
GENTrS' and YOUTUS' CLOTIlING
at tho moat asfonlhinmg'y low prices.
We do not wish y'n to binr unlesa
fully suited, and will refumnd the mioney
for any unsatisfactory pu rchiase.
P. L.4NDECKER 4' BRO
CIANARIIES FOlt SALE.
Anumber of extra lhens. PrIce $3.50 in
pair;, or $3.00 for the male and fifty cent
for the femnale. Parties wishIng to pur
chase syli, please add~ress
South Carin-I11a Railwhy Companhy
( N and afh'r November 12, 1882, Passen
ger 'rainits will rui as follows tit.
TO AN) FROM (nAitts1TON.
Leave Colunbla at: .*.0) a. m. $fl.5 p. ni.
Arrive Chaieston ... 12.57 p: ml. 111.- p. m,
Leav~harest ....7.f) a. ml. *--.00 1). mi.
Arrive Colunili. i . . .11.27.,w.in. 10.05 p. i.
I Daily. .*DalIy exceptSiiday.
TO AND FnO!M AMIEN.
Leave Columbia at. .*$.Od . Im. *-fl.5 p. I.
Arrlye at Uaniden.. . 1.07 p. i. 1.5 p. Ii:
Leave Camden at... .*7 .00 a. i. *4.45 p. Im.
Arrive at Columbia. .11.27 a. ma. f0.05 p. I:
*Daily except Sundays.
TO AND FInOM AUOU8TA.
1 A BT.
Leave Columbia.......::.....*7. fi'
Arrive Augusta.................. 7.55 a. i:
Leave Aiiusta.....*7.00 a m. *1.20 p. il.
Arrive Colutinbia . . . . 4.08 p. i1: 100.05 : Iii;
*Daily except Sunday.
Connections made at Columbia nith Cd:
lumbia-and (reenvIlle Railroad by train
arriving at 11.27 a. i., and diepartingi at
6.55 p. ni: Connection inade at C., C. & A.
Junetion with Chnirlotte, Columbia and
A ugusta Railroad by train arriving at Co.
lumnbia at 11.27 a. i., an1d deparling at 6.5.
p. Im., to and from all points on both roads,
with t1hrouduh Pullman Sleepei'r het Wveit
Charleston and Washington, via V'.irginir
Midland route, without chaiingn. Coniece.
tion made at Chatrleston with steaminiers foi
New York.on Wedniesdays and Saturdays
also, with Sayannmal and Charleston 1(dIl.
road to all iointsi South.
Connections are made' at Augusta wiito
and from all points West and South.
Thlrouhl Tickets call p purchased to all
Points South and .' ., 'by applying to
1). McQIEEN, Agent,
Coluimblia S. C.
JOHN. 1. PECK, Cern'ral Manager.
D. C. A LLEN, Gell. Pass. and 'Ticket A gent.,
Charleston, S. C.,
Charlotte, 011umbi & Auigusta it. R(
P~A S S 1 01 -. I ID I' f I N',
CoiUMIA, S. (., Novembier 5,-1882.
-rj ili E initial link in Smith Carolina in the
1. Richmond and lIhivilie system work
Ingtto and f kom Charleston via the South
*No. 5. J No. 17.
Lv. A iigiista a. .. . 7. a . a. i . ..........
A r. Columbia b. . .11.:9 a. in. Lv. 5.00 a. i.
A r. W iiIisboro b. . 1.1:1 p. i. 7.52 a. i.
A r. Chester ..... 2. 17 p. In. 10M) W. In.
A r. Chbarlot-te d. . ..1:1 p: 11'. 3:1.51 p. m.
Ar. Statesville c. 7.05 p. im . ............
*N o. 52. J No. 18.
Lv. Statesville c... 8.01 a. i ............
Lv. Charlotte d.. . 2.30 p. i. 5.22 a. in.
lIv. Chestere... ... 4.29 p. i. 9.25 a. Ii.
Lv. Witinsboro.... .5.3:1 ). i. 1.22 p. i.
Lv. Colmnhia b. . : 7.07 p. i.' Ar. 3:5" p. mn.
Ar. Awgusta... 11.15 p. . ............
*Daily. t Dail9, except. Sundays.
italilfoad (or Washington) tiue lifteen
minutes ahead of Winnsboro time.
a With all lines to anld - from savanim1
Florida and the South and Atlanta, Mavoi,
anid the Soit hwe'st.
. b With Siuth Cai'olina Rtilroad to and
from Charleston by Nos. 52 and 5:1and witi
Columbla and G rviiiville Railroad.
'Witlh (hesti' aiiud Cheraw and Cheste
d With lRichmond and 'anville liailroad
to and from all pointi North, Athtuti,
Tennesse'e and Ohio Divisio n and Ca roli n
e With Wi~teste'rn Nort~h Caroli na 1tilroaud
for' Ashieville, Warmi Springs andil poinbt
on that line.
M SLA.U.01IT El, (4. P. A.
D. C A imwr~i.i,, A. U. P. A : . .
G. R. TlA i.'O'T, Supariniendent.
ONE MAN'S CASH M~
AS ANOTHIEIUS ArT
SOtITHERN M U S I C hOUSE
Only House ini Amierica. Selling
TllA TH LOWSTKNWN
Oen mthod ofW seling. S t(
T ONE ~lMPRICE foYALTAI,
proseruasstede ofSelling ons aiiir
Oass ndr li, deaertiv hrt, ahe prie
bei,h ei l owesiritt one tha e gitii~' iv'en,
IiWe are poied to su a this as have
don' it; an w'. ofvrayiill doir i. Itos m
eareieiin tre fralce ~lNo ol'ther Pian, and
Ourpricisd atin plain ofigrs oare bulaeso
everyt tins uenitiiut. A ou c ikii ienTbuy aslo
aiispe rs traer. A11 n othir lloisr
havte "hih priestii a lnt. i give iscunt.
Te "e Price"t t tytae a as tiar h
donadi, anis we ly saisfaor - way te~
hruser and osprller; for othiei Pia hapr
an diount~ dsytm on thouprncipecs
tOner buys(', ine in tigure ha hacas bot,
every qntl.i Why*cil Ueeasn itbyasva
havpre hh iis'lmod cean discos''
Organs 'are Ion a' bhht'e dnnd tie.
I redli, u s the y.Aly tifactore are h
hye' andeset herw pri', on Phieo and~h r
1ans1 canott contin, adVil noth aeain
truuilei tyhe is t yasu~'i. T hs ho u
1M3. Aftck. thi w'e a roise no n'ing.e
Dlays arie Isahngereusra Manineent stouk
nOwii are hand BanO~i 'r'hl dmand Oe
200il tifern sple nowAl the toriwareooms
Jhin ordnrs. 200.e it Beahifu tia
canno Egset insiet ui'ers.a waiti'o
ri'l.e ofver alneamnt hati r an -re'pin.
anbes can cotr Comput, aon wit l1u
the world. Don't f i i fwu;~ toenrouCata.
Iloges arndfall(Prices Lis t 8.et tr
200 ~ffrent stli'snowin or wicroni'
SOUTHERN MUMOI HOUSE,
S A VA N N AI, G A.
IT TAlTDS A'I
A RAPPY NW
The lowtr ant1icipd~i'd holiday ru1sh hasI
with its hiddenli, li1r!e 1ms daw1ied 11)111
1n4)or l uerit in luture.llh very libel
to Ine the patyear. by conlsultingo at all I
take this opportunily of annoiuiniuig that I
FALL AND- WDr
Will be wild at GH-EATLY RE'DU(
pi'eimhil1ion For it Iluore extended
THA DE Til;AN lItEHETOFORE.
Pleasew enil and exam11ine my stock bef<
prives will conv i incev n N-,111h 11 al l aninISI.vN
'I'lli 1 in mny f-rieII(l ror IlIt ir very lil
you all a, happy and pro-peruis New Yet
Ehavo rPeeltly OnInInent'd slinesilleS In, 1
iJes 'luoer & Co., wlere will be folu
hTAPLE AND FANM
We sha1l koep always on h'i a varied si
first-class (rocery Stior, and outr prices 01hll al
LAO WT .A ~ P"2T1H32
In thus presenting .o,ir'ves before the pull
of their patronage; assiuig thom of entire hati
J. 11. HAl
MAfUST' BE SOLD, ANsD Wi
THE NJEXT S
At pr ices unheardc of in Winnsb.
CLOAKS AND D)OLMANS
Come and see how LOWV I a
will be mire to infest sdme ofyf
IS AS .T lL F; SHININLG T1 TIT H~
WINES, BRANDIES, LIQ
OF TIIE CHIOICE
FREJSH[ OYiSTERS AND
MEALS' IIAD AT
Respe (tflt fy,'
.READ) TfiS !i C
F~t~RrS (;RO CE it IES OF THER
FlIour-iie by Iit141't prIoces.
hams--can vassedl and un~canv~assed.
Sugars--of alU g'rded.
Coffe"4t-Glroen n'd Roasted, Ol.d (Tovern- I"r
ChieNew Orl!eans Molassesq
Frei.tu Uneik wheat lour, Oat Meal, Pal'is,
CuIrrantas, Citronl, auuu a full line of
P Ilekles-ChiowChopw aind M4ixed.
I Vlnegar--Whit eWtra ail'Clder.
Maearonil and Chleese.
Saucees-Worcestershire, Bir4 Pepper and
Mlneo' Meat, Plum Pudding and Ginger
Pea't and Apple Butter, anid everything
Inice for ChrIstmas or any other time.
tr A supply of Red Rust Proof Oats N
ftlways on hand.
. E, PL KKKKE'
That it is the aeknowledged Leaderin
Te Tradels a fact that caiunot be dia
MANt IMITATE IT-NONE EQUAL ITi
Tto Ly.rgest Armed
Th Ights unning
The most Beautiful Woodworld
AND IT IS WARIRANTED
Tb he inade of tDO best interlal.
To do any and all kinds of work.
To lie completo lin every respeet;
For Sale by
3; M: BPATY & CO.,
Winnshoro, S. C.
Agents Winted in unoccupied territo.
IOMESTIC SAWING MACHINE CO.s
TEAR TO ALL.
come aid ro, and the New Yead
id as I ittetid. to use my itiost
III pitirona11ge that hast- bIL Iexnd
mes the intei-ests of my e stomers, I
rofif this date tmy present stock of
,ED PRICES; In order to mato
ha I prms intisavrtsrnn.
eral ald gratifying fato's, I wisU
w storei foly i1 cu 0Npi'hd by Iosrs.
ild a inw aind cmtiitph te eltock uf
111j1Ny Of ( m"'0,1ig iuual'y kept In a
way 1'. fo:,d as
1ie, we respectfuly soli"It a libernl shar
ne'. tion, bo)th as to quality anid ioces of
IDEN & BRO.
LL BE OFJ!I;REDI FOR
X TY DAYS
AT LESS THAN COST;
nr 6ffering goods, aind yodi
ur sparc chanic.
A FIN' ASSORTfEN~T
UORS AND CIGARS:
ST BR ANDS.
FHIH EVERY DA./;
"ETM .FR1Rf GOODS'!
E ha.'ve jut.t rbocjvod thec following
esh andl Choled Obds
Fruit flutter, .
Meai. iwne Meat, somnething nice
ew Crop New Orleans Molasses.
J. .p. M6 .STERy CQ