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THE MWS AND HERALD,
WINNSBOnO, S. C.
tUESDAY. MAT 1 9 4. ise.
OMO. X. RRTNOTD8.
OMAS. A. .JOV.ZA59 1
GEoMIA is advocating the claims of
Sountor Brown for the Chairmanabip
of the National Democratic Committee.
EX-OCC'PANT of the White House,
.R. B. flayes, is said to be a candidate
for the postmastership of Fremont, his
iative town. The position pays a
salary of $2,500. We would be glad
If the President Would appoint hhn1
and the Senate unanimously confirm
the nomination. Mr. Ilayes could
then congratulate himself on having
'food title$ to the offlice.
GOVMNoR CLEVELAND has had the
moral courage to veto the bill to pro
vide a pension at the rate of twelve
dollars per month to the Now York
survivors of the Mexican war. Such
measures are generally Introduced and
passed for political purposes, aid here
tofore no one has dared to refuse to
Vote for them. Governor Cleveland
1has taken a departure, and the New
York Herald comnpliments hin for his
1riniess, COUrage and good sIIEe.
ALEXANDI SULLIVAN, the recently
leoted Prsident of the Irish National
ague of America, Is about thirty
years of age. le stumped Michi
r the constitutional amniudmnent
to negroes the riglit of suffrage,
s al activeabolitionist. le was a
can until 1872, but at that time
ie Liberal movement and sup
reeley for (le Presidency and
since been a Demorat. He
law with A. 8 Sullivan, of
oi k, and has been for a iinumber
rs in successful practice inl
GIMENVILLE and An(rson are push
ing their respective claims for the next
session of the State Normal Institute.
The former argues her larger po)ula
tionl, cool a4i wholesome atmosphiere,
University buildings, street cars and
omnlibusses; the latter, that time about
is fair play, and that Anderson aifirds
ample facilitics for the acconimodation
of all who may attend the session of
tile Institute. As to which the prefer
ence should be given, if to either, ve
are not prepared to say, but at least (e
sesslon should be hold ill some of the
northern citics or towns of the State.
A cool place should be selected by all
IT is strange indeed that not a shligle
applicant throlghiout thle First Con
gressionial District (w hich inclu11des
Chlarleston), applied for the appoint
mmnt to tile Naval Academy a~t An
anid wvell-seleecd board organized and(
equipped, met on tile 27th uilt., to pass
upon01 the mferits of tile ap)piicants. Of'
course tile board ndUonrned sinC (die.
Mr. Dibble will nowv be justinied in
ininaftinlg a calndidate of' his own so
- ~ lectioni. We hope some ambitious
young man wvill be selected, whios
course at Annapolis will reflect hionor
upon01 the appointee anld credit upon01
THE New York Truth (Recp.) ap
pearsV with a lonig editorial on thle very
significant questlonl, "Is tile Rlepubli
can party dead?" Truth says it Is a
ease of "suspended animinnon," anid
thlat "recovery is almost imp lossible" be
cause there is "blood poisoning." Thle
specific offered for the malady of the
plarty is to turn oult the "half-br'eeds."
Thue New York IIerald, conmmenlting
upjoni the sulggestion, says: "Tlhe plan
seems to us to have great merit. It, is
a sure way to halrmonly, and harmiony
Is what the part.y n1eeds." Th'le preg..
nant question i'orces itself to the front,
Can tile Repu)lblicans aifford to lose thme
Garfleld1-Blalnecicelemnt of the par'ty?~
If no objections are heard from thait
quarter, certainly the Democrats
eTEFFER:soN DAVIS, a short timle ago,
said to a correspondent of the Boston
J/erald, "Tihat he dlid not like to h)0
interviewved, because hue is conlstanitly'
being abusedC1, maligned amnd vilifled by
thle press." le furfher' said: Wa
50 (1uo0 romn me by way of hospitality
I shall only be too happy to extend to
yOU, but We mulst let politics alonie. I
am1 nlot a public man, nor am I public
property. I am not a seeker for ofilee
nor is- any office seeking me. I am11 a
pIlaini, private citizen, who in the eve
ning of itis life desires to live i quiet
anid peace with is neighbiors, without
molestation or outsidle interference."
Mr. Davis, report says, is growinig
very feeble of late, his hair has beeome
entirely white, and1 the old1 gentleman
takes but little interest, i the affairs
AN anionymnous letter' was somne days
ago published in the National View,
the Wa.shsingtonm Greenback erganl, al
leged to have beenl receiv'ed by J.
Hlendrix McLane, lato Greeniback
nominee for Govermnor of this State. It
has been forwarded to the Attorney..
General. It, reads as follows :
Hleadquamrters K. K. K.: We warn onee.
Our second nlotice will be followed by tim.
Iblackc hand of vengeance, armed to red'rss.
thle ins~ults and oppression heaped up~on our
rtfizens. Their sufferings cry out, andI
niaught but blood will satisfy. The eyelops
of our lodge has decreed that bust one head
.shall far1 and that headi Ia tine. Your
choice' is beCtween (exile amid rummuary exo.
et.ti-m. T'lm"ef..re, know()' anId helieve it is
II - t :0if.n a,' 'im'i hti !olumiaj on1
.the ::.at o. ,..,. m : v.m2 w::- -...k ~ niJc
and if QA still persist in romniinT on tho
2hOfA1*i the bolt will fall and you will
be numbered among the dead. Peflect and
act. In flight Is safety, In resibtanlco is
death. By order of the grand Assizer, D.
Aa Und T. 1. D. Order F. P.
80VT oARozINA iMS
-Capt. J. A. Minnekin, of Tll
Swamp, Orangeburg county, Who Is
now in the seventy-first. fear' of 1Is
a has invented anl ingenious Ma
ch for ptilling up stumps Whloh is
proiounlced a success.
-The stockholders of the Granite
ville Aantifacturilng Company hield
their annual meeting last eveck and
re-electc<d the same officers. This com
panv has paid (IiIng the past year a
divi'dend of twenty-one per cent.,
which shoNva the profit a well Inallaged
factolly cln make in South Carol in.
--Senator Butler says that the most
important economil guestion for the
people of this State is the Ini 'ovemetit
of our public highways. lie saiyls lie
Intends to stidy tihe subject anii thom
givo his views in one or more cominn1
ications. If lie dovifies a satisttaetory
system, lie will justly be regarded as a
-A itirdorous saimlt was nade on
Mr. Edward Moulton, in Yor-k county
last week, by Henry Blalock, colored,
who attacked hin with ia knire, or
with several knives in fact, aid would
have killed him but fAlo the tilmelv
assistanco rendered I)y several whit'c
IrSons present. Ie was finally dis
armed and was sent. to jail fAr trial.
-Tho giilouse oin the lato Mrs.
Gilder's place, inl El refield conity,
was burned down) oil Tuesday nigt,
the 17th ult., betweenl twelve and on
o'clock. There is no doubt that it was
set on fire. A negro named Bob Grout
Wits suspected, anld (he evidenee Is
pretty stroig imainst him. lie was
nirested, but escaped from his guard,
aid is now at larue. This is the second
gishouso burned in that section re
-Ii 1882, 4.000 lieis of all kinds
were fIled in tle clerk's oill,c at Abbe
ville, averiing one hmiiumred dollnrs
each, inakinig $400,000; ny to Ihis; date
in 188.3 3,600 have beenl filed. averag
Ili niety dollars eachl, maiikinl- $:2-1,000,
which leaves a balance so hair inl favor
of 1883 of $76,000. More lietis will
be filed, perhaps enioligh to make up
the deliciency . Not more thanl half as
mclI C COIn1 has 1)e01 S1ippled to tlit
phice Ilp to the presenll date its wits
Shipped up to (lie sailne datt. last year.
-The coninittee of' twelve cifizins
aippoilited by)' the3, lowl Coliniil of Cti
den to conlsider. the applicationl of the
Moiutiental Associalion to plaec tIhe
m11onu111(en1t. inl tle Centre of irload
street where it Crosses liaulreniq Street
on Mciiilietli Square, hIave decided
that there is 13o relasoni wbr plmIllissionl
shild not. be grainted. Capt. C. (.
lihile Mir. Tr .. Canto, sIrveyors.
decided that the reinoval of the cam
nonl, which is now the mIain landniark
of tie tow, wvotuld not interfere with
any, suirveys of the town. Work 11ponl
tile tWill(1ntionl Cor tle m1ontiinilt is to
comimnelce at onice.
-Anderson's prospect for a factfrv
Sbrightening. No Vormnal sbels
(.ion list has vet been started, but, is
expected to begin ant an1 earlly day.
Severalt large subscri ptions have boen
piromiised frtniOi butsiness 33103 in1 thaIt
city, and( at great muanyt smaller' 0ones are
e,.xpected. Th'le lanllt'ter ariound An.
initer'est ini the' enteiprI'ke, and3( seve'l
of' them have proised3 ( viousP33 sumis,
ranliging t'roim 030ne i hundred to two
lhoiisand. dolaritis. Alt Oother, things
look decidedly3 enIcouraginog .just now.
-Oni .Mondayt3 aftt0eroon, thle 23rd
u31., an enouniter look phlaco bet wveen
Mr. '.L. Catrtimaill anud Mr. P. P. ,lolmi
son wvhile they wore goling to t he(ir
homes in the Fork from Oraniigebuirg,
ini which thie latter' was killed. It-is
sa3i( that they', beco01n3 inIvolve'd in anm
alter'cation on the r'oad, and wvords 10ed
to low',s, and(1 at struggle ensued with
the result. unengiooned. Air. JTohnsoni's
throatt was1 cult anid his face wa'is badly13
gatshed. T1hie mattetr excites a great
deal o'1 interest oni necolulit (of the fact
that both of' thie par1ties conern'3ed are
wellt kniown'i in the~ coml11mi13. Car3 t
mill cani't be f'outnd, andl it is supposedl
that lie has fled, 1but his wvife, whio is
chiariged with being an accessary, lies
been arr'ested and lodged in jii .
-Mir. Albeif Gunerry, thle art ist, hats
no0w on exhibit ion at hlis stlie his
mnaster'ly portraitst (of Johnu C. Cal houni
and William C. PreCston. Thelise por
traits1 belonig to 0one (of the literary
societies of Woflord College, whlich is
cer'tinly fotunaliite in the plosRssion of'
such wvond(erf1ul pr3oducltion3s of' u' artiti
skill. No wor'ds of' our3s (can do jus
tice lo thle genius whIch has pr'e"r'edl
tor coin g generation11 thle stikinug
f'eaftures of' Car'olina,'s greaitest states
man11 anmd gr3Ceats oraitor. Of Cal
of Winnsbor'o, wiho probably knew
time great original better' thanti iiiny manti
now livig, satys: "'I pref'er if. to any
likeness I havc ever' seenm of himn. Th'e
colorig, puosturei', expre'ssionl, and even
the dre~ss are' trulthfu'tl. All the full
longtIh painiitings I have seen give ani
erectnhess of' postur33e ando an3 app)ear'ane
of self-assRertion3 thait are' not 3 nilr.
'he bc.light s1(oop andi( a lppearanuuce of'
.unnandi(f'ulneoss of' sell' ini v.oIur pain3t
ing at;ne tru'e to life. Whallt' str3ikes mei
most is the expressioni, ando 1 mu33st 81ay
I atia cur3ious5 to know hiow you couild
have so truthfulhly por'traived it. It is
".ot his expr'essonm when inm the anmilma
tion of' coniversationi oir speaklig, hut
when in deep) abstracttioni of' thioughmt.
When so abstr'actedl huis eves had3( am
enlharg edi alppearncie as5 if looking upon03
no p.artieunar oh,ject, but gazinmg into
the fam' dlistanice, his mlouthm comprh)3esmd,
andio all isi feaures evinicing lisa deep
onvictioni of theo t'iith of' imomIenItous
coniclusonms, to wvhic'h his refletions
were leauding himi."
aon Ifaude of Greenu Obeao?
Thtat is onieof the thinigs we know very
little atbout. So also abhout tilhli 1an1h the
mo10311 we know haridl y aniythilng o. im.
IBut 1w (do kniow, thait If the' 3man1 in thie
131001 or' any other iinani, par3tatkes too fre'ely
of grein cheese or anly ot hem' hliges~tible
artle IA of diet, he ill have dyspe2 sih: and
hIOWel troubles. Aind we know that tho'
waly (.0 get rid of such is to take. .rmit.n
D)Avis'a PAIN KuiLI,io. *
-When yout don't, just kiiow what ails
youu; when you feel aches and3( p3ains all
over; wheni yen feel tired ait faint, use
Browna's. Iron Bitters. A wonderfu'l re
ONE RAREr, TMPORTEDA FR'itNCIT
W llE WlN1E VIN EGAIR. Specific
gravity alamost that of AcetIe Acid. For
sale by W. E. AIKEN.
)ON''r "U Y A W AnON UNTIl, YOU FlEE Us.
It will pay Yel D WIS
S P C 1 F ICI
rRIr LY Wwo?DEFYL
LRD TO CURB
[t, Spedy kt-f4in Upon all Bronehfi fild
Pulihoilia Affeetilns Is beyond bellu -
to those who have never tried It
or seen it used.
It Ppeedily allays Brohlilal and PiAlno
io Fevore. It Is a Woidrfil
KXPECTO-ANT AND H E A L ER.
It keep' the digestivo and urinr or
lane in a natural and healthy conditioli
'natantly re)lives Dight AwOts, goVenes
>f apPetite ael. getieral debility. It has
seen Kn%oWn;duly four years and
RAS N VIC I FA ILED To 1JPERFE CT
A CURE. .
ADy ono nflicted with what iR generally t
)onsidered death's aran( courler. conautup- I
4od, cab ho oured for $2.80, $5.00 or
510.00 no00iing to the stage whiuh -the
liseuro has reached. No patient has yet
aken $10 worth before a cure was affeucted.
L'he SPECIFIC I" reommended dnly for
[ulnionary affectioun, Andll tlao desiring
o ise It can do so by sonding,theirorders
lo the praprItors of this .p-' or 'dirtot.
to me, statingthit you sow tzi - Itdvertisb0
ment in th Wiunsboro N E 1manAmAD. u
aureg RhuhktisWm, either anuto or chrion
.%Jton eigt to tou dayR.
Prim b. ExpreA4, 6 per Bottle
.1. W. WALKER,
.rr1 l ANKLINTON, N. C.
OPENING rIIJ1S DAY.
lams,'Shoulders and Breakfast Strips.
Dried 11of~and Smoked Beef Tongues.
Pickled Cod Fish and Snow Drift Cod FIh. :
Choice Hyson Tea and very Flne English
omni oleeso aild Macaroli. C
Parched and Gren Coffees,
With a good inany other nice goods, all v
of which will be sold cheap; at
5. S. WOLFE'S.
MR. .. M. ELIOTT, SR.,
Respeetfully informs the public that lie
has on hand a full line of
OFFINS A ND CASE ET4,"
and is prepared to do anytlhhig in under
A full lie of BURIAL ROBES, for men,
wVomien and children-a new feature-very
neQat, approl ante and cheap,l
We askc for a share of the patrlounge.
J. M. EL L,IOTT, Sr.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST !!
V CHEAPEiR THAN EVER,~
Boots and Shoes Made to Order Out of
the Best Material.
Fine French Calf Skin Boots... . ......ao
1Foxed BOots and Congress Gaiters...5i
Conigress Shoes... ....... .... .......$.00
Lu w-Qua rtered Suimmier Shoes..$5.50
Rejinirini neatly and1 promptly done1 at
the iA)WgST PiflcESi.
Coing*ress Street, next dloor to J1. M. Bleaty.
A1) 2-Iwo J. OLECNDINI NG.
WE~ HAVE .
TRI-BT T'IElVM i I
Uuy the GEISER ENOINFE and SEPA-.
J. M, 1ELLlOTTr, Sr.
We have tried them and know thehit to
be goodi, and would not sell thema If we did
not think so.
is offered to the public1,0 We will bo pleased
to htve the hiomek (oN ders,
,NoW is the time to brIng in OLD~ GINS
J. M. ELLIOTT, Sr.
."LtIVEN TO THF,
ALL CA~LLS .PROMP.TLY AT
I keep on hand a f all supply of
METALIJC BURIAL CASKETS
of thme fnetflnisha, and
WALNUT CASK ETS
of the latest styles; and also Imifation
ROSEWOOD CASES AND COFFINS, -
and a CHEAP GRADE of COFFINS and
OPEN.r BUocma8 AT fr37 andi $45~ AT
ULYSSE. U. DESP'ORTES.
JUTRCc'D n arloadl of OLDl
H KRYWGN,which will be
soid cheap for ech, or on~ thmno for good
9ae. J. F.. M'cMASTER & CO.
1ROWN'S IRON BrITERS
is one of the very few tonio
tnedicines that are not com..
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
an.ce by promoting a desire
BROWN'S IRON BITERS
is guaranteed to be a non
Intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso.
lutely. kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G.W. Rice, editor of
the American Christian Re
view, says of Brown's Iron
Cin., 0., Nov. t6, rM8r.
Gents:-The foolish wAdt.
Ing of vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indul.
gence of our people, makes
your prearation a necessity;
and if applied, will save hun.
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c., and it .never
fails to render speedy and
THE TESTS OF
PROVE BEYOND DOUBT
THE GREAT HEALTH KEEPER
THlE RELIEVER OF DISTRESS
THE COMFORTER 1FOR PAIN
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
A n1f A caDIunJ ne -nLcI,
FAMILY, WHICH SHOULD
ALWAYS BE AT HAND.
EVERY DRUGGIST KBEPs
Perry Davis'Paid Iiller -
ATT1EN TION -
IS CALLED To FRlESHI ADD)ITIONS
Trhe C'elebrated "Blruniswick" hatns--try
Ocean Gemu Mackerel.
Saint Lottis Roast Bef,tLuC'l eef
ImlortdI and Anterlean Sardines.
Salmion (Soist-d), Mackerel.
Fresh Chee Imported Macaron I,
Bartlett reshE Apes, hti gallon cans,
"W'tinslow 's" Sri e(<tlhI1-.4 hak tes.
"D)avis Lestor Manor"' TomiIatoes--hands.
(Crosse'& lIacel~yl's Chow-Chow Pickles.
Iae' r ipirtedi WVorestershiire Sauce.
Fres Nno-Flaes. Condensed Milk.
ALL CIIEAP FOR CASII.
S P~. Mi. IHWY.
BRUNSWI CAN VASSED1 HIAMS,
DECORTICATrED PATENTr FLOUR.
.KOASTrED RIO and JAVA COF'FEE.
SALMON, CANNED CORNED REEF..
POTTED 11AM, CHICKEN, TURKEY.
FRtESHI OAT MEAL.
PINEAPPLE and PEACHES.
PICKLES AND CH1OW-CH OW, and
a full stock of everythking usurdly kept
inL a fLrst-class
All of whielt will be Bold LOW for
J. 1i IATC&ATASRT1 2 .n
-SHALL 3V IB
Is otne of the questions whilch nost p1er.
letke the Inind of the Indiviklual and ti
.mily. To relIeve Volirself of this per
lexi ty, you should call and hear our prices
4 4 1 -o4, 6 . 4 0ItI Pp.,0 0
Of which we noW have a laige and Well
84orted stock. 14verythin ithe way of
M1Y GOOS, NOTIONS-, etc., that is
vanted, froll tho commoneist domnestic to
lie nicet DR M8S GOOS ald all the
ovelties in NOTIONS. I you want a
.le suit of
*...... ..... .. ... .. .. .... ..
*40005 4 5 4
Come and see our stock, or choose from
ur lind of samples. If we Cannot please
,ou in one we can in the other We have
omuething nice In t is way, and guarahtee
its as well as quailly of goods.
We lave a very pretty and nobby line of
IATS, In both felt and straw, and can
>lease the most faltidilots.
We ask an insiection of our stock of
'l1OES, whieh Is very large, embracing all
ittalitle.s and styles. Something nice In
,)w-elts and slippers.
In all departlments we endeavor to give
he best goods at LOVEST PUVUS.
CALDWELL & LAUDERD)AIt.
MALL WE BE FED?
. -atiother perplexing question. It a1
mises to worry when oine you look into
rhere you will (Ind all kinds of eatables at
tiost reasonable prices.
COME AND SEE 1YS.
We take pleasure In showing our goods.
'ALDWELL & LAUDERDALE.
MAnI)I, fuiDLEAID D IIA 11sNs-''WAY
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
['HE DAVIS SEWING MACHINE.
Mu. J. 0.' BeAn-Deat Sir: It gives me
nuehcl pleasure to testify to file merits of
r'he machine I got of you about five yeari
igo, haes been alnost in conistanIt use
Iver sin1ce thlat tine. I cannot see tihat if
.a worn any, and( has not cost 111 one cent
or repairs sinice we have had It. Am well
$lcased and dion't wish for any b'etter.
Granite Quarry, fear WVinnsiboro, S. C.
We have used tihe Davis Vertical Feed
4ewing Machilne for the last flye years.
W'e would nlot have any other mlake at any1
>rice. Thie mnachine has given us it
Muis. WV. 1C~ TVUnNFc and( Daughters
Fairfield county, S. C., Jan. 27, ign*
Hlavinlg bought a Davis Vertical Feed
sewing Machine fromt Mr, J, 0. IBoag someI
bIree years ago, and it Ihtfing giveni meI
erfect satisfactioni in every respect as a
amlily machine, both for heavy and4 lIght
ewIng, and never needed the least re
>alr in any way, I can ceerfi leom.,
ll4nd( It to an~y one as a first-class machind
nI every pairticular, anld think It second to
ilne. It 1.9 011e of tihe simplest machines
nade4; my chIldren use it with all enge,
rile attachmnents are more easily tidjusted
*und lt(does agreater range of work by mneans
f Its Vertical Feed than ally other ma
11111 I hlave ever Reenl or used.
Mus. TuloM!As OWINOs.
Winnsbore, Fairfield conty, S. U.
We hlave had4 one of tihe Davis Machines
bout four years and hlave always found ft
('ady to (d( all kInds of work we have hlad
ecasionl to do. Can't see that thle nIfachline
i worn any, afld works as wvell as whenCl
lew. MIIS. W. J. (IRAwFIORD.
Jac4kson's Creek, Fairfield county, S, 0.
My Wffe IS highly pleased wih thle 'Davis
hIlnchinle bought of y'ou, She w~old( not
ake doub11)e wha1t she1 gave for it. Thie
nachline h1as not been oult of order sine
hue h1ad it, atrd she can do any kind of
vor-k onl it. V'ery resp)ectfully,
J AS. F. FUKEE.
Monticello, ItFaiold counIty, S. C.
Tihe D)avls SeWing Machine is simply a
reasure?. M11s. J. A. GooDWYN.
Ridgeway, N, 0., Jan. 10,188%3
J. 0. BloAo, Esq., Agefit-1ear Sir: My
rife has$ been ulsinIg a Davis Bewing Ma
lIne conlstantly for the past four years,
nd( it hlas neOver needed ally repnirs and(
vorks jIust as~ well as WhenI Arst bloughlt.
hue says It will do a greater range of prac
ical work and( (10 it easier and( bette't than
nly mlachhtel she 1has ever used. 'We cheecr
uiily recommlIenld It as a No, 1 family
a'achine. Yours trully,
WVinnlsboro, S. C'., Jan. 3, 1883.
WOOD'S ODON TiNE
VH[ITENING AND PRESERVING
CEEPS TIHE BREATrTf PURE AND
'ORMULA OF DR.. Tre T. MOORE.
WV. C. F..ISHIE.fR,
VHOLEBALE1 AGENT, COLUMnIA, S.. C,.
For Sale In Winnsboro by
[cMASTER, flRICE & KETCIIHN.
1havi had 1%-t o skok of gotis amaged during kei0i-01'p&i1 R on
1 roof o %bis bulidli n thep go IsI oft,r at a more moiety of their origina
value. li other departmonts seepeOla lidht"detnets ths weooka
800 Mei's Straw Hats ft 0,4eits.
600 Men's Strw Hate at 10 0nts.
Nl!o Goods for boi at 1o, 20, 25 and Ob ientst worth double t.1 17 oh
1000 Hats froi aujfioni at the ridioulous pl Of 60 b0ite, Wo1t
86 Menp' Patent Corded Edge Vanamuas, at $9.00, sold la
boro at double the uon.eyt
100 pairs of Alotils tow-Q1thrter t..7& rs 3-le's Lows
uartered Shouis at 1.60 and ofSLIPLUS for ladi anid
8ses cannot be surpasp" e in innsb6o4
In this T I an offering r ell bnigta1no. A ar GOtD
SUT OF CI*T.- I.P to 1te U SS SUITS at 8top$ 12
and $15. 4
I CXpEor TO MAINTAIN No I TON E LBAJ)EjtQL0
THE CO,RNER- S T'OREFs
UNAVOIDABLY .mv stok was boupht latft this Sprin than u lna it
fortunatelv, at SUCI PRIUES its to anle t me to iet the SHAR PST
COMPETITION. I am keener to 9e1 thun ever, iid tiibutly extend
TO eveli' 0nn, vomnai Md child in Valrfdeld Coiinty to visit MY STOIRA0
Within the 11et THIRTY DAYS,
DON'T LVAVVI MY STOE WITHOUT ASI(M( TO SEE ANY
ARTljLh YOU WISH TO LOOR: AT, AND ASK THE PRIGE I
AiUL SAtALL Vt WAITED ON POLITELY, AND NO GRUMBLING
IN CASE A SALE IS NOT EIPECTE[). PRICES SHALL 131) A1 .LOW
AS THE 8AMIE GOODS CA1 BE SOLD AT IN WVINN8oko.
M. BE A.TY.
SPRING GOODS! L SPRING GOODS I
I have now -eady for inspection a fulliline of SPRING
GOODS, con6isting of
NUN'S VEILING, BUNTINGS, 130TTD itnd PLAIN4
SWISS, PLAIN and FIGURED MUSLINS,
LACED, STRIPRD and CORDED,
(GINGH AMS and CALICOES.
A stock of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, which will be
STRAW 11ATS IN ALL STYLES AND PRICES ~
Men's, Boys' and Youths' low cut Shoes. Laieis' and
Meds Cloth and Leather SIfppe~rs, Also, a beautiful line of'
CALL AND EXAMINE BEFORE PURCHASING,
J. GkOESCI1EL, Agent.
1ET ST ANDS AT THE E AD.
- Tialfi, lm the decktowledged Leder in
th< 'adie is a fact that cannot ha dhk'
MWANY IMITATE 1T--90'NE E4tUAL I'Tf
Thue Largest Armed,
Th'e Lightest RIunnin,.
TVhe most Bleautifitf W'oohdwor1,
AND IT Is WAURANTEI
To be made of the becstnmaterial.
.* ,To dto any~ atnial kindsq of work.,
'o be comipluet& InI cvory respect.
- For sale by
Winnsihoro, S. (:
Agnt rwanted In unoctupiedI territo.,
FLOR, LOUR 4O CENTS A PECK.
Nes.g -g-- ST XR
A FREF$H SUPPLY OF VERY 1YI
JUST RECEIVED. EVERY SACYCT ARRIVE:
WARRANTED BY'(h~~ IS-ma I I in thme telebiated Jumbo,
JIl cfs S a , fly E .kedI Beef Se ,.lc
full line of Uned Frit, e dieant
OUNDS 1?I ON VEN~A
A "FESiI SUPPLV OF TIHE VERYafwe.Wlhaenxwek
BESTP QUA ALITY, .os-r RECEIVED CATROi
n th u fe I r ce, arde Hayci Fowe
tam tmoderaht S>ree. Wil have nexdfor weo
Sjthis stove before p)im1aqai sodfo.gSe
A U-CU MINQ#