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TL'midiv; F~brary 0. 3 : 18P8.
' vwAdtverttse~we. ra.
To Rente-.. E. Aiken.
AtteUtlb',T. P. Caldwelj, Secretary.
Fitiiers Read Thlis-Robt. Hf. Har
ileductIon 1i Clothing-M. I:
UCltatidli-;j It. Boyles, Judge of
Norman's Neutt'alIthuig CordiaIl-Ex
celisior Chemical Uo.
-Wall6 Odino, sidluda OnaU;
Wnlido Acitl; Wando Ash Element,
for sale by Culdwell & Lauderdilo.
ANT.-Lolt. begis to-iiorroi'-t
being Ash Wedisesday. There will be
ervicos il tle EpIscopal church at
Eievbr o'clock in the morning.
l1lME IN TIlE COUNTIY.-Oi Thurs
(Ily last fire was discotn'ed fit thb
hittan onl thle ril1road platform at
us dii tle Spartanburg, Union
A, Columbia Railr-oad, and hofore tide
fltines could be extintgtiid fifteen
balem of' cot ton woro destroyed -nine
belonging to Col. . T. Dawkins, and
six to Mr. F. C. Lupo. The fire
started from a match lighted and care
lessly thrown on the platform by a
Uodhd through freight tudtI diO'd flere
Pk af iO, p. in., ran off the track about
throe miles north of town on Saturday
night; Eleven cu'ea were thrown off,
anit some were slightly damaged.
Nobol dv was hurt.. Th-e Ia'4 was
Icleed inl Lillie t1f. the Suilay passoel
ger trains to run on schedile time.
The accitlent is supposed to have re
af6d from a broken .or defoctive rail,
And lro'ilame if attributable to those
in chalrge of the train1.
- y tle best-Wiulo is the best
guto; Wando Acid is tile hlgliest
y rade. For sale by Caldwci & Lauder
ITEMS J'1Rit LEiBS FORD.
-W' hiifc but little of intorest f6
your readers in this vicility.
--. W p Williinham has rc
turneid fioi Texas and speaks of soon
1,Idmovillg there withl his famnlv.
-I .h'arv o' no schools havinopen1ed
inl westcrn Fairfield but Professor
.3usbv's and'l the oIt0 at Monticello.
-Thle Spartanburg and'O1nibh Itull
ie dotiiltalny speaks of er'cectig a
(eLdpo at Ll~'s F1ord and runnling
a telegratph ofice also.^
--Mr. Ephlraim Roberts has pur
rhased Mr. Thlomnas Aughtry's stonk
of goods at Lyles's F~ordl and lately
added a ne0w stock to it.
--Every farmer should take UIk~
,Bouthiern C'ultivator, puLblisBied at At
Ljmnta, G a. T wo numbersJ01 witli Bill
Arp's letters are wvorth the price.
-A largei nuimber of niegroes have
lefttheficiityof Monlticello fb~r the
Ln'ta State,~l as wvell as some famji
- lies of' whiiles and youn~g men. As to
-the nlegroes, it would wvork well for
the muaterini initoeets of ot' State
s4lhould half of- that- populatiba leave
- Farmers arc'preparinmg~ now, since
.t'ie long spell1 of raiy weather, to so
oats. Our soil has' been so dh
.lyachedJ~ by the excessive rilifaOti niit
its vitality so mnuch- ihnIldiod, that
farmewrs WillP not receive a full yield
froum it thm& Ipresenlt yentl'. . Plant less,
- frtilize fnly, and1 cultivate thoronlgh
1)y, ia the adiie of your correspond4a
-It halS' l~en' ralninlg,' tlising anid
s11owinlg ine6 t~lo 18th of Novembler to
t mc 27th of' January, provenlting farm
ers from sowing but little wheat anld
oats. February anid Mlirchi pnay yet
do( to sow eat s ill, but the yield Is often
pr~iecarious. The early fall, wve knlbi,
was too dry ill most localities to sbw'
(whleat,Aand~ we can~not, therefore, ex
* pet near-aL full crop of it in the South
crl3rtl, If a hlalf 0110. It wouldl be
*to our interest~to be quite economical
iln thte nano of food to both maln amnd
beast, anid' soiv' a large area in oate,
* .besides halving- a millet lot. Many
Imve sown atbavley lot,'which is right.
wiATRs' RB N MFONT ICJCLTZ.
Mehfssrs. Editors: A sildlot insatWtee
to atouse remembr'ancootf'this place of~
rt'verell nan'ie, prompts these linet
Th'le sounid of Ihe steam whistles ini 'it
p olreIcts gIves0'-ovidence' of vitallity and
* . Ihope of stroniger devel *ment. Its
usnal nuleicVWas, broken b'the festive
inery-maiklmntfr Christmait A tasto
fully arranged, wecll ladeots and well
manai~iiged tree i1utrodd~lOlt10' sbason.
'ih young people follho\\o afthe
Spirit by' a serins of pades -f~ two
w ieeks, each 0one inicr'asliby h-itaflous
and enljnyable, from the soifniiof-'gai
ety. rThe light, fleecy sno0W edtib
43u ted Its' sliare to tihe joyous odc~ioi,
evidenel by the blig snow-b'alling
participat0d in by ol and young.
Evenl Our! l'respited Representative
wvas found iln tid mi'dst, receiving and
soendinr'a full share.
Next in oidor of events was 'the
mneetig of thle Patroits of the school
to ar'range ab~out the local tax. They
dlecided to lower it one mIll, making
Ione mill anid a half the tax this year
for School Distr'ict No. - 15. ,From
heading' the list in the wholo Sf.Ato In
Jocal tail, outside of Charlestoni, thd
fall Isalhumbllng to tihe pride of somd
and clouding to the bright prospects of
a'rIsing school. In comietion mnay bd
uilentioned the favorable opening of
our graded school on thio1th of Jann
ai'y and the fine averagd attendanco
1a - spite of' mud and rain' A'. feW
bl 4it.ys have Yd a large liNieasi
The tWual ntfibet of seventy me
reasonably.so i b expected. Of ot
.1pug1 wet an boast-the Academy hi
bver been -closed for want of wooj
nor forced to resort to garden paling
et61 On the contragy a big P 0,131
_ia44, thanke to, pughtfu Cap 1
. 40 w in front .,f the door, justil
no ?o1e of a holiday to any stra lit,
urohli; for want of fire. . The am< tic
of instrumental and vocal music hi
givet Ilcreased interest, in our schoc
.t, is,.tleasant to testify to the goc
decorum of the pupil 41nd the unlusu
Interest and earnestfatss in studies4
tlih upper grades,
The colored s6liool has also opent
well. As reported by one of the pupi
on ti first (day, in answer to inquit
49 to numpbQr--"there were a grei
ealfr' leaing the imagination to si]
piy the rightn1u subject.
The Texas fever, which has br:y
away some of our best citizens fro
0.1. pert of th'e county, is now rafil
aniong sevefai colored fatnilli o
Brod1 river. The departure " son
df tieir friends for that great-83 Dorf
k1 so absorbs their rifinds lhat the
refuse to hire, hoping 1r a like goc
fortuno to send theln the mneans I
roacl tho same lilace.
Lost our good mjnisters may n'
havebeen faithful i# litking knoni I
yoi their constait ,a ) in this part <
the county to tie the Gordian kiio
several marriages might be noticed I
jmstify tho claim to a full share in thi
IIQ of p'rogress.
A close must not be 1pade withot
saying that our SunaY'-schoo hi
n1ever been in winter quarters, and ti
usual attendance has been good. Ot
worthy' suiporintenldent has never falle
.t.& 6 fit his post, ral or shine-lienc
so good a report. i. r. E.
MARRIED-January 25th, 1883, atl
residence of the bride's father, Mr. .
Yarborotigh, by. the Rev. R. G. Miller, M
JoHN B. puiuuY to Miss ANNA YARUoI
Obor. Al I of Iair'eld Coutty.
-Why suffer froit a state of Ji1 healtl
Why be troubled with dyspepsla Brown
Ir in Bitters will c.reypp. -
A Startling Se.v MedIcal Discovofj'.
A physiian of high repute advises cne
lf his patlentsi to buy every moih a tick(
tr a fractional part (if oqle)-n the Gran
M inthly Distribution of Th I u1sian
Stute Lottery. Ie his noted, afte an il
usually large and varied experience, thr
tle hope of wiluning one of the prineel
fortunes that are lied out as hiducenieni
to investors, causes a buoyancy and mnenti
el(arLds superior to any alleviation ir<
dded' b'' drug. lie says the Five Dol a
s0t to 1 . A. Duuphin, ew ' Orleans, Li
before the second Tuesday of each niont
acts like a charm in ainny casec,
In another colunm you will fin( an a(
vertisviment of Norman's Neutralizing Co
dial. This excellent medicine is a sove
eign remedy for all disorders'of the st'omac
and bowels. It is as pleasant and harn
less as blackberry vAine, contains lio oplui
'Aiid will not constfiplte,
Not a Cure A12.
Norm an's Neutraulizin~g Cordial is not
cure all and( we do0 not recommendhl( if f<
coughs, corns, rhieumlatismu and all the all
"'to which the flesh is heir."' It is all, bi
nothing more than is claimled for it in L
na1ie of this cite'llent.'nmed$ys,.,It jientrai
lzes.the acids and gases of the stomiacl
mlak'es digestion easy and gives tone to ti
LAsT~ APPEAL.--Lookcing to ynir on~
interest is one oi the Iii'st laws of natui'
T1herefore having granlted liberal inidu
gence to miy cuastomierg'they I~usit'1lotfeu
plain If they find, afier thio 10th of Februi
ry, their aceouuhte in other hands(1 for imm
(date collecetion with cost ad~ded. In f1:
future payment will positively be require
whlenills Comle duo, regardless of pirici
being too low to sell cotton, or ration b)il
anid bankd debts to pay first. So it wvill I
to your interest to colrie and'settle at oneC
In order thiat I may d' likewise. Thi.s
my last appeal. L SIMPSON,
Winsh)OrO Steamt .Fie Enigine C
A -T'TND rc"ular' ieetlng ofCmpi
11. In Town dlM1this (Tuesday) evenih
at 7 o'clock.' J. P. CALDW ELtL,
Feb 6-11 Secretary.
TiIE undersigkt'~has ab)out 100 acres
-Lathble laii'd for rent,'andi wvill disp1
of'the samec for a mioney consideration<
for a p~ortion of thle crop.
Feb 6-f2x1 ~ W. E. AIKEN.
STATE OF~ SOIJrl CAtllIA
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
By, JT. R. BOY LES, Esq., Probate Judge.
W H IEREAS, -W. W Kennedy hal
m~nade( suit to n % ti grant hiim lettel
of adnministration of the estate and effeci
of Ma[ry A. Kennedy, deceased:
Thlese are~, therefore, to cite and admuoi
lih all and singuliar the kindred and ee
i~ors of the said Mary A. Kennedy;,. d
epCt'ed, that thieyh1an appe larQ~i before inl
in tile Court-oft ibathi,'to be0 held(1
Fairfield Court House, S. C., on the 201
(lay of February next after publllicafl(
hereof, at 11 o'clock in fihe forenoon,
show ecatse, If aniy they have, why the so
DGivtin un~der' myband, this 5 thda
Fourur Amo omil 1883.
Publis ed on the 6th day of Iebruai
1883, in THE NEws AND) HIimIst.
Feb 6-fx1 Judge of Proiate.
rARM1YERS, READ) THU~
IMPROVE AND INc1iEA@ YOUR GIIOrsi
UsING TilE BEST SEED.
.MdPROVED OLEMMER SEED)OORE
neetd(41 &bbed eirpressly for seed. Be
fot' -~ci~~ best for stock, anldiMetto pield
b)o '~i'upland, Weihs 60 Doumds p
bushel." Also, "01Rn LONG StfA PLE SiI
O'roNi Seedl.: "The earliesty fliest 01
most d1~ueot n grown. *. Price
seed, fr eachi'1 u~~, $1.50; 4 bush'el
$5.00. *HackeA'n'd d e~vered on.gars.
I47'' Sofd .nrdneyiza reglatered" letter'
the subscribdr, Wu' du faill rit t'hat ye
order. . I T. HI. lARItS.
Pinoville, Mecklnburg Co., N. C.
tI/* Read tile following .fromn T1.)
Mitchell, Esqi., 'a large and .well know
planter of Fa ilield County, S.'6'
"Mu.'ROnT. Hf. IIAnnIIS-..Iear S8i:.
writeto know if you cani fu~rlah me fll 11c
enouh ' eed corn of tse Clemthdr vfiei
to plqi~ my entire erop the c4iin~g sdauso
I olsider It the best corn lI' hav6 evi
phlnted. Yours truly
I T. P. 1N[TCHELL."
tIi I#Mt. Mitohell tried tho (.!ornuzfeup yea
T HIE partnership hercitoforo exIsting 1
.1tween~ thd~ undersignled, ~under ti
styjp of "TnilcWINNanono PU~ni1
COMPANY," is this day dissolved by mnutu
The business of thle firm will be sctth
b~y Mr. Jno. a. Reynolds, 'who i herel
authorized to reb~fve and' rece it for
dobts due, theq. c4frn. Al p arties havh
claims VlI-Ipresdnt them to 'hbn for pa
mont, and all parties indebted wIll ma]
imnmedite payment to hIm.'-.
The t'we a reqtw*eWtc aqi4ftt1ly to notter the nct
au I enlar kghom to be rawsn Monthly,
' W PITAL PV.IZE, 75,000.4.
Tickets only 05 bMares lea Proportion
Louisiana Mat Lottery Coipahy
i "Wo.fg,% cert that fre at ervis
sha m or. the .Month una
Hein t )uidtal of T'he Louisian
its Xottery Go U4n and inl person meu<an
d nd contol e rawto M!thmselen
glut that the seanto arw caf'lefe Ivith hont
) y fairness, and in gp4 faith toinard 01
partw4, and We alth re the Compainy t
so this rt cate, ith fac-similen of or
ignatures a tacd, p its advertisments."
- CommtillsI onlers.
, ncorporaterd in 1SOR for 25 years by the i.egis
latare for Educational an,1 Charnable d, purpose';
' -with a Capital of rI ,0I0,a00--to which a reserv
d fund of $550,0010 liat, since been ad(ed.
By an ovrwhelming populn r voto 1!s frau
0 chts was maado a part, of thc presor w Vate !on
qion ado)ted Iceembe 2(1, A 1. 5.
enly ho tor ever voted on ani esudoroed by tho
Neople of anyp start.
I never scale or pospopoes.
Of Its Grand Single Nuaael Drawings takc
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN
0 A O qP . SECOND OlAND itAWING
8 JAStjJ3, AT NEW OUlLEANS. T'UJVAnAY
Rebruary 13, 1883-153d Monthly Drawing
it '* .CAPITAL PRIZEI. S'75,09O.
100,000 Tickets ait Five Dollors Each
0 3ractions, in Fiftaa,' li Proportion.
LIST OF PRIZIS.
2 C OITAL PRIZE.....................$3,oot
I do do .................... 25,oon
0 1 (10 <10 .................. Io.ooc
2 P TIZES of $6000.................... 12.000
5 do 2000.................... 10,00n
10 do 000.................... 1,oor
20 do 500.................... 10.00o(
100 do 200.................... 2o,o00
oo dO 14o....,............... 80,ooo
0 50 00 60..................... 25,oo
1o do 25................20,oo
APPROXIMATION PaRZEs. .
0 Approximation Prizes of $75o........ 0,75o
- 9 do, do bed........ 4,5or
9 do do 260........ 2,250
1967 Prizes, arountting to................$265,50c
Application for rates to clubs should be madAe
only -to the olice of the Company In New
Or ens. ' eCop. y i
.o o rther tpformnation waite clearlf. giving
full adiiyss.' bond orders by Express, Iieiister
ed Ketter or Money Ord!*a\ adidressed only to
MN. A. DAUPHIN,
hi or 14. A. DAUPIIIN,9 New Or10leas, L~a.,
* 007 Seventh St., Washington, D. 0,
d Jan 9-pg. .. ow
TiS TnULY WO i)lt pUr
RlIDI}Y If AS NIV'R
I- F"AI LICI> 10 (TCUIIE
Its speedy action upon all 13rncxchiil -m
ht Puhunic Affectioins is hevond lielief
to those wvho have nver tried it
or twen it ulsod.
It slieedily allays Bronchial and
monic Fevers. It is a wencaderful
rEXPECTORANT AND) HI E A L E 1R
it It koopt the digestive andi urinary or
to gans in a natural and healthy condition
PURIFINS THis BLOOD,
Instantly relieves night sweamls, geneitst
of appe tito and general debility. It hau
been known only four yoars and
H AS NFEREI FA ILED TO PEllFEC'I
~- Any on aflicle'd with whtisgneal
~-considered death's ne'mta coiurier, conisum 1p
e tion, can be enred for $2.50, $5.00 01
d $10.00 according to the stago wichl tiat
a5 diseasc has1 reached. No patient las yel
Is taken $10 worth beforo a cure was affectemd
0 TIhe SPECIFIC is recomm nendecd only fem
''pulmonary affections, amnd those d1esniin.
Sto use it can (do so by sending; their orden~
to the prop~rietors of tis pap~er or direc1
ji mie, stating that you saw this advertise.
mont in the Winnsboro N Ews AND lima
Curoe"Ididumnatisml, either acute or chron
ic, in from eight to ton days.
Pr'ico Ly Expr'si, $5 per liddle
>r ne . 1RtANKLINTON, N. C.
hAND' FEED STABLIES
diSE8,MARE AND SUE
'Onfdifahdr'& toadi for sale, either fo
cash or ' tlmo'litil fall by makingm
Irs. -.1 also tavoelchen
etwenty good young mares that Iwaint t~
mn exchange for old fat lug mules or htorses
ir All pers6ns havlu 'l mules or horses om
Ml hand anii shuing' tb purchase young ones
I ean put ini theIr old stodk in.part >ay.
If also have somel e'xtr (t I~~ 5e .sail I ant
s, harness horses combined, angi ~a few lin,
ponies. I invite overyhlody &m ,want (a
I .A. WILLIFORI.
WI~SaIOno, S. C., Jain. 1, 1883.
I IIA VE r ecentlv commenfcelCd hus15
r ness o1pQioite Mir. eY. M. Elliott's(Qig
Shop, whorio .will be found.Cokn
andi Heating Stoces and( Triiwar' or~ ai
kiuds. . 2~*~
. Roofing and diutterlng" (dono in
wi good ai suibstanitial manner, ujs choal
r'd as the chea >cst.
al Signs~ Painted in the best style
Merchants will find itto theirine
est to ceatse Rlling light Yankeo Tin
gware, po'orly soldered, and1( soil nr
y-- TINW ARE, as It is about as CIJEAL'
C0 and is made of G00OD MATERIA L;
SAIIL. D. FANT.
hlUY TJHE rA LMF/rTO WAGON OP
NEXT TlHIRTY DAYS
NOT W ITHISTA NDING
Our customers may rest assured tia
we will not bo unde'sold by iYy other
fouse iu town. Our ilrollo lis been,
and still is, "QUICK SALES AN)
SMA LL PROFITS."
WTo oftor, for the NEXT TIlRTY
DAYS, great bargainsiti
Latest Styles of TRIMMING BRAID,
NOTIONS OF ALL RINDS.
Owing to the extremely warm eath
.cr, wd0 Will sell all of our
IGENTS' an(I YOUThS' CETHING
it (li iho.;l at oil!shi'ngT low prices.
Wo do inot wish von to buy tiless
ful ly suited, and will refund t he njin
P. LANDECKER # .JRC.
During the remainder of the Season we
will sell ouri winter stuc'k ati
GREATLY RED)UCEJD PR1ICES I
]Fi YOU WANT.
DRESM GOODS 'AND SUITINGS.
. We~( exhitied at ienC selection of thiese
good~s tis seasonI1 and sldju nt; st I' a few
prmet ty sty'les left, wlhih wet wish to sell at
a low pdee. Comet and see.
30OAXS, DOLMANS, JACKETS.
A few~ of each kiud' anid real pretty
goodts-will sell theseo to close without a
TI ese goods we bought at low prices ir i
mannufacturers. Thela remnant of stoeck
will now lbe offered at a hirgeo reductIon..
Now Is the sCaSOu to syrap ~~land' pr
venit ('oblls and pneui1mIonIa. Wii are so
generouis as5 to prefer our customers to have
thn.' eseds rather hlIh.kt~i thmu? ourselves.
llave 1n0 anxiety about the pri'ca,
Arc among the stock whlich io at be r
dIu'edl before spring. D~on't buy Uintil- oi
goods are seen and priced.
Wdo' expect to hndle It longer, anId
wIll gtive genu no bargains until tito stock
- We invite all to call and examnine.
J. M. BEATY & CO..
(IANWARUEM FORl SALE.
S1X pair stIll on hand for jale, and a
nmnbler of extra hiens. Price $3.50 a
pir; or $3.00 for the male 'and- fiftt centsu
for theofemale.. -Parties wishing . pur
chase wvill pleatoe address
Jan 11-Vineboro, S. C
Soutl( Carolina Railway Company.
N and after November 12, 1882,.Passen,
ger Trahis will runt as follows tuitii
TO AND FIROM cNAitLJEt'rON.
Leaive Columbia at...*8.00 a. n. t(J5 p. In.
Arrive Charleston.. .12.57 p. i. 11.30 p. Im.
. * * . wET.
hei( dharleston... .t7,00 a. m. *4.00 p. i.
Arrive Columbia.... 11.27 ij. i. 10.05 p. m.
tWally. *Daily except Sumdey.
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
* , . ., ANT . .K
Leave Columnbli.t..*8.00 a. i. *6.55 p. i.
Arrive at Camiden... 1.07 p. in. 9.25 p. i.
Leave Camden 0.) .*7.00 a. i. *4.45 p. i.
Arrive at Coltuiibhia. .11%217 a. i. 10.05 p. i.
*Daily except Stinday. . .
TO AND FiOM.AUOUSTA.
, . EAbT. * .
Lelve Columllbial............'. *....*7,.25- p). it.
Arrive Augtsta................. 7.55 a. in.
Leave Aunuist. . .. .7.O0 a.. .. 44.20 p. i.
Ai'rive Coluimbia ... . 4.08 p. ni. 10.05 p. i.
*Da1ily exlcept Sunday.
CONN ECT IONS.
Connlectionls mallde atjonihi ith Co
lInnmhia atld G 'reenville Iailiroal by t-ra1in
arriinmg at. 11.27 a. in., mi deparling at
4 55 p. m. Conivetioni ina de at4.. & A.
.. 1tnetionm With Charlotte, C oluihla .an11d
A nigusti Iaillroad by traiu arriviiT lt. (0.
Il bia at 11.27 a. i., and deptrthig at. ;.5
1). Ill., to ani1d from ill polits on both roulifs,
wvith1 through Pull1manl Sick-per b11ietees
( 11111rleston amnd Washington1, via Virgiia.
Mklland Voute, without :h ange. ConneemC
t iot imlde ft (nh'leston' witli stenniers for
N e, York'on Wednesdays a nd Satumrd-nys;
also, with Savannal anld C(1 harlestonlt hail
road to all iniitj INIthi.
Colnnections are ma ile at A ugusta with
(orgia Illiroad anid Central Railroad to
and. from all pints West and South.
Throluigh Icts Wnn be1 purhased to all
poifits South amnd West, by applying to
). McQUEl..N, Agent,
Coltia, S,. C.
JOHN. 11. PEcK, UGnieral Manager.
D. C. ALLEN, Gen. Pass. and i'leket Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
_-The best paying and only iinble
G(uano-tlie Monarch. Sold by 1. J
McCA rley &K Co. Como early and
tvoi(d the rush.
Twrrc Ildrl'cfs Choice NoW Orleani
Molasses Just leecived.
Tw'nt'y-tWo Hundred Poumla Choice
Itlour fromi Noel Naille Mi.s
Five ilrrels Best Whrlito Wino and
Nine Cases Canned G00(ds, assort(ed.
Sitisfactioni guarahiteed oii c'ery
D. IR. Flenniken.
UNDERT AK ER' S
I A M pleased to inform the public that I
have on hand a fuil line of
COFF1NS, UAIA L -ItODES,
19tc., and ami prepared to (d0 anything in
We ask for a share of the paitroinage.
J. M. ELLIOTT, SR.
1),seond terni of fald insiTiniruh will
coim'~mevce oni thle 5th daiy of February, at
which time re-orgatmiiat(in of classm.* will
takd phace. TJheoronih lnstrult ion ini all
iiiepart.mon. Tu'ltion ammi.libor as5 low as
ennu h, obltalined in anmy firs'.ehiiss inistitufi'im
of the kind. For .further .infor~nation, aud
i' MRS. MA RY'UI. MEANS,
. .-.-P'incipal, WfthceVllle,.Va.
' Mrdi' reaps refors, biy pehiilssioni, to ex-.
(Obvcran, Tlngood and Prof. R1. .M.' D)avis;
Oglmb4,Ge. John Ursttonu 'and 'Cg J.
FRUESHI GOSllEN BUTTER.
NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
LondonILavets, Lose Museatels and Finest
Golden Iafsinsv, whloles and qu~artor boxes.
CITRON, OUR1RANTS and diMO(E8.
New MagntoIas, B'runiswlcks and t.hie
. ..UMitO IJAMS.
Tonggecs Soused l'ig's .fet Mackerel, ini
alt sizes and~ quaniitities, anid Jluhring
Fride of the Sea, in oll>tips', tho
fmnest 11l1h pult up.
of all kinfdS.
G4alloa Apples. The only genulno Jos.
.1ii nie Photo. Salmuni.
Plain anid Fancy
CAKES AND CRACKERS
OOFFEES, SUGA~Yt8 aind FiIU, are
, very low-get my prices. "
* POKES, 'RIMS AND IL~JBS..
Speciai Indu cements
In I rarness of all kids..
Single Buggy 1Iarns $0.60 up, worth $11.
The Louisville'Turning Plows are equial to
any, and muchi cheaper. I have all sizes.
RED RUST PROOF OAT~S, SIXTY
CENT;8. ~ x rs
II'.Y , CU. RIN.. .
REDUCTI IN IN
I vill close out my winter (o
at REiDITCED PRICES4i
large stock of
Men's, Boys' and Yonths' Suit
at good bargains. Be sure to i1I
OJTOSITE GRAND CENT]
l he reevit."y0illellecd bust11ess iI the
a James Turner & Co., where will be. found
STAPIMAI AND1h FANC
Wve s hlallI keep at Ilways oil hand a vil-aried1 supjp
Irst-clss (.'rcery Store, aid our prices shall alwa
L-O W AsT..
III dhits presenting ourselves before the public,
>f their patronage, assuiriIng thema of endtire sutisfai
J. IL IIAR1
COT TON I
ARE VERY MUC
I I A. V F' nver ha.d any likinig for great "blo
h1paleul Irat lir Ipouin selit ing goods at such prices
irwanyv new V l(ions.
I still itateind to aolit the suam lan, ad I fee
Very asIsertion I ah'. It is impossible to give tl
nstor'. But I 111ut.:
Pi:3I ( NT I I( IENPUN, lilt', best lin the T
CA Iai 'O al 5, G nand 7 etts-th last. figua
S I( ).S, in. grealt viariiel v amit at. lI'aces to sull
C IA)T1 IlNG of all syle's and lit a1ll prices.
My stmok of
ST APLE AN) FANC
i has, ILil 2nr, et., will be sold n' coreso nd'l(llig
h-edii'il toI show,~ myW gois. -
(ive lil a call at, It'NT1 & 11IO.'S OLD S,
E;" bitemeber the ldace-Old Stand of heal
A HAPPY NEW I
Tihae longi :anticiplied holiday rushl ha~s co
with Iiits hli(Iblen fuln.2re hats dawiedl nio us;
1lndeavl~or. Iio inieait, ini fitltare theC very liberal
4> me11h Imitst yearP. by ~~1 cosuting at all tina
take this opporti ahty of anuooag that fr'ot
F A LL AND WIN'l
Will be0 sold at GRtEATLY REDUCE
prep~arationa Ioa a more extendc~l
TRAD)E TIIAN JIERhETOFORE.
leIase call antd examine my stock beCfore
price will conavinlce von that. I meanll just, wviu
Th'anuak ing mya Iriea ads fora theidr v'ery libor
you all a halppy and( prIosper1ous New Year.
J UST1 .k LE1VED),
a0 have j ust. received tho following
Freisha am1t Choico Goods:
Ginger PreseCrve ,
. fruit Uuitter, .. A
(orni hoef, 'The I
IUnck wheat, and .s
New Crop New Orlean's Molasses. lio
JT. F. MAcMAdST ER s- CO. w4
-- qf Gh
A N ORLDINANCEC an in
') . J70LICNsE CEnTAIN nIIJNEISSES.
lB it O)rdained by the aIntendamnt and
WVardenis of thea T1own..1f Wlnnsboro in
(ouimell meut, anad by theo authori~y of the
'Fhat (1n Iannl~ila .taX of TwE.NTY-FIV4 ti
1)orna un he hniposed upona .eacTel I(egraphl UR
Coampany having an2 ohprator ,teldenlt Inl
:maid I'owna; ani lol on ech Express Ciom
lanIy haaving a res dent ageunt in said Town OWU D
anid uaponz each Livery-Stabile keeper doing-~
buasines4s in said Town; anld amn auia taix
of TE'N D)ohLAjt$ for each.Public Dray do.
Ing bausianess ini said. Town; upon .the ..y
ment of which sums a i conse a shal Ub
granated to such telegraph e< lptne x, F
press c~nnanieflls, livery stabloeilbrs and -
publ)ic drays, to (d0 busiess o ne art~.e a
D~onc in Conneil thia 28V1 day of pee~m- ~~
ber' ini the yoar of our Lord oneo fhotisan& B
eIght hum ed~ and eigbt! w,. undter thae
coaporate sieal of t.!' z:sa:(le dowr
k of.O ,4O) ,7]|"l'
Drder to iake ioom for d
s. Fine line of Overcoats
CAL, COLUMBIA; S. C.
itore formerly occupied Iv Mesers.
new and completAI astlock
IN of .everything usually kept in a
ys be foui as
we respectfully solicit a liberal sham'
:lon, both as to quallty and picc% of
)EN & BIRO.
ia rxGw EM
wing" in advertisenentsi, but have.
is to sitisfy my old custooIrs and
sur that I can com fully 11 to
u prices of the nuimerous goods I havo
irke'at 7 cents per yard.
re for th best.
ly low pr1ces, and I shall always be
V & liro.
BAR TO AL
me andltone, and the Newv Year,
pat ronag'e that has been extenided
H thp ,iutePrst3s of fny ,custon1Iers, t
ai this dat ni liresen stock of
D) PRICES, li n ode.r in maken
)nakinlg your pnrchases as my.
ali and gratify'ing favors, I wish
E have just received a large and beau-;
assortment of Christmas and New
C A RDS.
o, ai hattdoomo-lot of other goods auit
for (0lltZ5TJ'.A3 and NEW YEAR
)OKS! .BOOKS !
kinds of Booksutable for Pronta
afgest and most complete Stock of
Lvo ever offered.
wvould respecdtfully call the attcerion
1 Publ~c to- thaos goods, and reqpnest
$Pect.ion before, pucaig
SAXSTERI, 1tirCE &KE'TCHIN~
SBY'MiIL RLY INSTITUTI.