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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
TUESDAY. September 25. 1 t t 1$88,
ONO. a. ItRYNOLDS,
c:1.AS. A. DIUTGLAS 0,
SiN.Yron B'AaRI) will take part In
the Ohio campaign. Detocrats in
that Stafd write that the dissenl4ins in
tho party are colifined to iainilton,
couty, 41nd that Ihe I)mocrirtiu pros
pects Ibi carrying the State are bright.
'IiE I:ettle is cultivated to some ex
tont In Germany. A thread is obtain
od fiomn it the fittest. knowi to the
t rade-so fibc that sixty miles in length
of it weighs only two and a half
poutds. Sone scientific farmller of
inquiring turn of mind will experi
ittht tvihh the troublesome anid much
dispised thistle somne of these days,
and discover that. it too may be useful.
Ia GEioolui CLINTON SITrH IMwo
polulnds thus novel theory in the Popil
lar Science Monthly, for October, that
cyelonles and tornadoes are rapidly inl
creasing inl frequency antid violence in
the United States, owing to the ex
tt;hsion of our railhays and telegraphs.
IBow does it happenl then that the cy
clones are most frequent where there
vito fewest railways filtd telegraph
AT the United States District Court
in Greenville, last week, )istrict-At
tornov Melton rebuked the commlntis
sioners who had been issuing warrants
of arrest for trivial and insignificant
causes, and hsked for an order of court
prohibiting it in future. lie said that
it had been brought to his official no
tice that sixty per cent.. of the cases
which had been brought before a cer
Iain commissioner during the recent
quarter of this year had been diseharg
Tiia investigations into the alleged
internal revenue abuses in some sec
tions of this State show thtlt. there is
foundation for the charges made, that
stills have been put up by the conniv
ance of some deputy nm1rslmas, the ob
ject being to seize themn for the re
ward, and a1lso that num11erous arrCst.s
were matte for alleged violations of
revene Iws, the parties disch:rgeu
re-arrested on trivial charges several
times, and brought ljetw ro United
Staltes C'omllissionler4, the object of
the arrests being to iake fees for the
ing flgm'ecs conicernting the niavies of
he world. T1he waur navy cost $84,-.
ii00,000(, wir h $36h,000,000 off for sales
of v'essels and m iateriail at the closo of
thue wvar, wichel net sIUm i ill be still
lurther reduced by (lhe saile of thirty
live vessels ordlered sold by the last
Conigress. Sinec thle war we have ex
pendted $3,000,000 on liew ivessels,
wh ile Engrlauid has spent $ i56(,000,000;
F"rance, $88,000,000 ; Runssia,, $35,000,
010; Italy, $3I2,000,000; Germtany,
$37,000,0t00; Turkey, $17,000,000;
Brazil, $10,000,000, and Chili, $7,000,
OIi(, all on ironelads-in all over $ 10,
000,000 heended by our inaval and
THrE Rlaleigh Obserrer,, ini 'ommilenid
i ng to. Ihe youang men of the State thle
examptle of' thle hat e Farisha l-'urman,t
say s:' "lu-at it. is said that agriun Iture
is not. an e ngaginig occupat tion. This11
Idea we would comblat. ia the first
place, generallIy agrienituare is more
remun Ierat ive t hani manliiteturing. It
is ailso generally more remnutnerative
than the l)roessionis. It is prefeorable
becauise further remtoved fro ni tempita-.
tionis-less exaict ing, attended by f'ewver
vic*es andi( more1 lleaisures. Th'le arena
is niot so splendid, butt the skilful,
as F'urmnau was, anud such as many of
outr people aire, have more weight, a
better r'eputationi and a higher influ
eneee than the ordinuary mnanufactur r
lawyver or' physician. We could wish
to see huindreds of our young meni
seek to waltin thte pathway this dis
tingnished Georgian has so admirably
THE eXcavations wvhich hayo bein
itnstituted ini Rome by the Collegio Ro
mano are provitig to be rich in Egyp.
tian tre:isutres. An obelisk which wat,
rccenttly found, and which has beeni re.
imoved to (lie Piazza del Collegio Rlb
mni? is ink a wiotnder'ful state of lpre
servation. It is covered from top) te
is thte very couniterpart of' the onc
statndinig in thie Piazza of (lie Pantheon,
anid the t,wo mtust have stood togethese
in fr'ont, of the Trempjle of his, whiere
theo onte last excav'atetl was fouitd,
F"romi this anid othe cni'ircumtistanices i
has been tounid p)ossible to draw con
ctstions as to the dlestructlin of thtt
Tiemple of' Isis. Th'le attempt o!
Nichiomnachus F'lavianis, ini tho- yeau
.891 B. C., to tevivo the worship o!
Isis was mnet by a strong reaction,
whlichl resulted ini theo wholesale muti
lation and destruction of (lie Egyptiar
idols. The area of the temp)le is cov
etred with fragments of staituces, &c
The lately-found obelisk, hiowever'
stood1 erect for a longer period, and
only felI after the destruction of th<
tcir.p)le, otn the site of which now standi
the only Gothic Church in Rome,-8ata
Mar'ia Sopra Minterva,
Nowv is the time to subscribe to Tru
Nw8 AND) ILEnALD.
--Books of subscription have been
opened for the capital -stock of a na
tional bank to be established at Marlon.
-The 1arling-ton Manufacturing
Company have issued a call for ten
per cent.., the llrst Instalment of the
-The indications are that there will
lie aIt least four canlidates to oppose
the 1lin. Gco. D. Tillman in his dis
trict. for Congres.s
-The Etpieopal church at Seneca
City wias struck by lightning on Mon
liy list. The lalnaige to the building,
Iowever, was not seriols.
-A negro, supposed to be one of the
Iilirtel tmurderers, is lurking about
(Catherilie's Island, atd It greant. hunting
party is being organied to lect his
-\Ir. s. T. Sltuman, a Washiigt
artist o' eIin tee, hits liiire'id t) paill.
it portrait of Wate llpionl ant pre
solt it to the State. It will be hung
in tlie executive chlatber at Ihe capit 1.
-Solicitor Gaston and A. G. irice,
Esq., counlsel for the State in the calkse
against ex-Treasurer .Jllius Mills, of
Chester county, have filed exceptlons
to the report of J. E. McIonald, Esq.,
sp.cial re'eiece. Ti whole subicci
will coio ip t'or a. hearin; befort
Judge Fraser at the approaching term
-Tho money market in Catndien
seemns to be finctuiating. The Jt-.ouiral
says: "The intere.sA. on tunn v va ries
froi Seven per ccnt. per annimlt to live
per cent,. a (1i1' on cull, ath Soinet ines
it is not possible to get it. ainV price, uo
matler what, the security inav he. A
l'ew tlionsad dollars in i bank inl
Cmtnden would be as goold nilt invest.
nent- as any persnut could want."
-Mir. V. J. Assniul, of Lexington,
the referce in the case of' G'rifli Ii, ad
niinistrator of the estate ot' IlooI
ateainst tie Chiarlotto, Colnirbin &
Augnsiti Hailroatd Cotuipain , hits liile(
his rep ort.allowving $10,000 damages t<
the pl aintifl. I)amages 'were chlitiet
againsl the roadc F'or the mlulilaetiont of
the dend body' of look Iv Iiiree rail
road ta'il is which ral over it.
-V. iR. J(.lleoat and Hlenry spire
two of the Lexington ini-stock law
rioters, were acquiiiedt on Satur(ty
eyvciit o' the cla'ge ol' irsoin. The
proved an a/ibi to the sa: i .litiotn o
the jury. The othler cases iivolvin i
Cases against several o' the rioters t'o
pulling down pasture fences and ont
ting othe ir imhor outrages were con
tinuted until the ntext. termu of' CoULrt.
A Literary M:an Went Wesf.
The ihne-stone %'ater of Olio tisordiet
his 1oVels and laid him ol a heel of sick.
ness with horrilile (nanps. ''or fith.ee.. hi
2ni three nights lit was wretevl-'1. Tht
he said ''why didin't I think of 1l-i:I
I ).tvis's PAIx Kit..rtt'.'" l1e silt for i
ande teXperiencedl Sneh prompl)t and thor.
ough reliel' that he sidie hie \wa-is it fool I'm
not getting It. at firSt.
ORANGES AND FLORIDA.
Itet.li' thtan ltreezeJ and ItIossums--Under r
Evenl the iftliny air a4nd1 orange groves o
Flork4la fail to ket i4 its ipeopl4e full of' hapl
zones('," write14s I)r. .1. . Walhr, oft Fi
toi have't tile wl4rlt for ai 11iehl, ;nn14 inolst (4
tiht ('niir'ent. d14isnss yie'l41 to its it actin.
treattnentafr hai~ tsrbeianyfle
wlly I to4 bingt~ abont4. 12 aIt also 'gi:niti
lit. tlersonall11y oaf ai tonhlt'somet 'l1itnie' 4on
Mlessers. Eli ('tx& Ct. tall eItspec'ial at
ttioniti to t.he I:aet thazt after A pr11ill, Id;$8:!
tt'eimmeii al etyo hitis prepara4sltttion win
herefter ~i(l'1 he spy Parkert''sIli '/ie ''
G iger; and u1 s gi 'nger' is aOno unipotani
suietha louru fr'iendill vi 2ia're with ins a
1ltuds tof d 'alerst, wrapped undeiiiihr th nam 41 i
tof "''inti:1a's (tNhiR: TIoN it'," cta412il
thle getilli'e1 1ediine' If (te signiatiiire
lIt scox & C'o. is at. thel biottomli (If oiutsid
From thes80 stous arise three-fourths o
the diseasesj0z of tho hlumanIl raco. Thtet
By myltomidiatltO theireOxlitce:osa oa
APpetite, .nowels Costlive, Sick hoead.
ache, fallUness afteri eating, avers ion t(
exern of bodly or mainti, ErnetaUtos
of food, 1rritbiity of temper, Losn
spirts feliaof having neoglec(tee
ome ty, D zz n, luittering at th<
ireart Dosbfoet e e highly co1.
relUrine, CON8TIP TION,- itl d(de
manlid the0 11so (,f4 a remedy thant acts dlireetJ
On the Liver. .As a Liver mieiino T UT TO
PZL L8 havo no eq1i1al. Their action on thel
idItneys and1( Sk in it a lso pr'om pt remloving
ail imipurition through thesnl ti reo '' scav
te, somil tlgeseton, enn 8(008at Cil
skin and a vigorous lbody. TUTT's PLL
ennso8 110 nanslon. or gipinIg nor interfert
wih dily W'ork and( are0 a perfect
IIE PEELR Iuti A J%EWI MAN.
I1 have had Dystpepsiia, with Consuipa
tion, two years,antd have~' triedl ton ditrereni
kinds of pills, and TUT's are the first
thlat have dono me any goodi. Thtey haivt
cleaned~ me1 ont 1ni00ly. My alptito 1)
Spilindid, food digests readIl and( 1 no0w
.have natural palsageis. I f like a 1new
Iann- W-.D. EDWVARDS, Palmyra, O.
Sold ovrywhre,250. OfBo,44 Muray 8t.,N.Y
TUTT'S HlAIR D)YE.
stanti yto a GL ossy RILA cK by a sitigleo a
Plientlon of this 1)Yi. Sold by D)ruggisto
or sont by orpross on receipt of g I,
Offle, 44 Mulrray Street, Ne w York.
TUTT'3 MANUAL.OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE~
UN DER TA KING
MR. J. MY. ELLIOTT, sII
Respectfully Iiforms tihe public thtat hI
has on hand a full line of
COFFI NS A ND CASITNi
and Is p)repared to do aniythiing in undo(k
a futll line of BURIAL ROBES, for meit
women and children-a new feature--vei
necat, appiropirlate and cheap.
1We ask for a share of the uatrioniage.
S U I MCOMPLAINT
There is no time to be lost when those
we love are taken with these
The beauty of PERRY DAVIS'S
PAIN KILLER is that it acts
so promptly, surely and
D1on't be without PAIW KtILER
I lave it ready for instant use I
Keep it with you at home
or abroad I
ALL THE DRUGGISTS SELL IT
TIE COTTON PLAN'
An eight page forty column Agrleultu
Journal, the only paper In South Carol
lmblished c.retusie1y in the interest of I
iarmer and Manufacturer. The BE
and ClIEAPEST Agricultural paper lit
ONLY SIXTY CENTS A YEA
The oflicial organ of the State Gran
Endorsed by the leading citizens of
State, and by the best farmtera in the St
and the South.
Send postal for specimen copies for yo
self andi your neighbors.
W. J. MeKEIIALL,
Marlon, S. C
Roceived This Bal
BlUCKW HEAT-The first of the seat
One Barrel of the BEST OATMEAiL
FIESII PAlCIIED COFFEES in half i
one pound packages.
CIIEESE and MACA1RONI.
SARDINES and SALM(
CODFISH, MACKEllEL and LOBSTE
C (ANNED) BEANS, PEAS AND 00
G!ItATED PINEAPPLES, JELLIES
And a great many other things which
find in a FlIRST-CLASS OROCE1tY
ICAIIIIAGE, APPL~ES, ONIONS A
PO)'l'A T O CS A LW AYS ON IIA ND,
S. S. WOLFE'A
J Y irtu ofan execution to mec direci
1 Iwill offer for sale before the (-i
use oor' in Winnsboro, South Caroll
'FilSST MONDAY IN OUTrOlEIt NE:
wit hin the legal hours of sale, to the higi
bidder, for (;ASI I, the following-descri
- property, to wit:
.All 'ha:t piec~e, parcel or tract of la
iviiig, bein.g and4 .stuate in the ( kvnty
naiefield and State of South Caruna,c
ONE llUND)MED) ."w EIfIfTY AtCh
iimre or 1ess, iat hOrinde(d by innds of
Es?tatte of l"urman, It. 11. M artist, .Itn
Ferry Iload and JeBf Guignard.
- -A LSO
All that pie1c, parcel or tract of la
Iying, beting and situiate in the Count
l>airliel and State of South Carolina,
TIIltEE IIUNDI)IED AND) TWELV
necres, mlore or less, and bounded by ha
of11. 1 Martin, the Estate of Furman
All levied uiponi as theit property of It.
Syrborough, at the suit of hheperd &
Creery agantst It. 'T. Yarborouigh.
JNO. D. McCAU1LEY,
Sheriff's O11lee, 5. F. (
\September U), 1883.
'THE BLACKSTOCK ACADF
W~ill o1te1i on M[onday, Septembher
prox. 'uition, panyable one-ltal CIn
P'rhuary Thypartmnent, per month..
ltermediate IDe partmeisnt, per nont.
liIigher Eniglish D)epartmnent, per
(Classical Depa rtment, per month.
Music, with use of plano......
INo dednet ion for absence, exce1,t in
of protrateei slekne'ss.
For patiulas 1 lto
Sept 5-xA Princip'a
DRI. J. M. QUATTLEBAUM
COLjUMInA M. C.
9 OFFICE OVER~ ST2ANLEY'S ChINA irA
o May 10-sn
ET [wIll pay thet highest cash price for so
TVdry COTTON BEEtD thtrough onur I
ageilt, at. all railroad stations and steaml
D'ntng in this Stato during this seaaorw.
i, W eW) aliso exchange Cotton Seed Moal
CO'"tOiEE. Write for pamphlets' Oc
y spondten,ce solicited..
Chuari'eston l 11amiwfacturing
ONCE XORE TO
-AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS.
WITH A LAltOE STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
For Alen, Iloys and Youths. Men's
suits made of the finest imported and do
d-mestie gtod, and made equa.l to any cus
ut--ma(e Work. Alno, ft large Stock of
Overeoats, in five different styijus, IJlsters,
Ulsteretto Sacks, reversibles, and the Nw
Mahrket, the latest out.
GENTS' FULJRNISI1 ING GOODS!!
Stock is complete. Underwear in all
weights and in all grades.
Young Men's and Men's BRA Hats, with
ythe patent flexible brim, that wIll shapie to
anyh head; also a line of Soft and Stiff goods.
TO TILE LADIES OF WINNSBORO.
Our Boys' Stock is the largest and most
stylish that We have ever placed on ou
counters. Suits and Overcoats of every de
rl. scription. All orders addressed to my care
tit wil receive prompt attention; and If the
lie goods do not suit, will exchange or refund
S'T the money,
R. M. L. KINARD,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
tt0'FARM MACHINERY !
I HAVE for sale, (lirect front the manu
facturers, all kinds of Agricultural Machin.
ery, Implements, etc., etc. Engines of all
-- sizes, from three to one hundred and fifty
SAW MILLS AND GRIST MILLb,
Manufactured at the Metropolitan Iro
Works, 1lielinond, Virginia.
From the York, I'ennsylvania, Agricul
tural Works-all kinds of 1m1pleients,
from a Heel-Serew to a Thresher that will
thre$h and clean sixty hushels of wheai
per hour or two hurdred bushels of oatt
Sulky Pl(unhs, Cultivators, Ilarrows anc1
l'loughs and Ilough Stocks of all kind
o and izes. Aliso teapers, with self-droptpei
- I am agent for the
u DED1iCK H AY AND COTTON J '1ESS
Tis Press will, with three hands, press
straw in smiall bales as fast fast as tin
thresher can clean it; and with three hanih
can hale cotton faster than a sixty-saw gih
cann turn the lint out.
I have Iko sohne of the best made COT
TON GINS, with all the modern im rot'e
mnents, with PiRESSES from the factories
RS 1 also sell
(N, COTTON-SEED OIL MILLS
mRnles of all sizes, that wiul "'*
and Carrfages, utligibs anid 111ding Carts, o
all sizes and1( price's.
Ifanpersotn wes to purchase any of the
(o.'all at Mr. .JA MES Q. D)AV IS'S oilc ami
leave word with him, and I wvill call am
showv catalogues, etc.
n JAMERS PAGAN,
e, Wye have just received our stock o
EACH PAIR WARRANTED.
S> PlIlCE GUARANTEED
syY IPOR STYLE, FIT, COMFORT AN[
"$ TIEE SflO.E$ UNSURtPA SSE[
E Our Stock of LAIES' CUSTON
and MA DE SII)ES JiUST IN.
Me.' As we have sold these goods for
nunber of years, we canf safely recom.
mnendl them in every particular.
WeJ respectfully request an inispec.
ad- MQMASTER,_BIGE & EETCHIN
TIIE ELLIOTT' GIN,
- Th'le Forty-five Saw GIn I got from you Ii
,now sixteen years old.. I got it In 1866. Om
the twelfth day of this month, I ginnet
bin bakrs from sun-up to sun-down wvItl
the greatest case, I honestly believe I car
LL- save the toll for any customer i the clean
-Ing of tIhe seed over any gln' I have evel
-seen. Ilemember,, It Is only a 1rp
*VNO,. S. DOULIAss.
7Iflsore-bulding and lot iiow occuplet
oai bthe underal ned are offeretd for sale
The l one the-best In Wlnnsboro
for andI Ia in prime oondWlon. The location F
rre- one of the most advantageous in town
The lot it quite a large one, and ui 1)01 It art
-,a large warehouse and other huil ings,
Terms vy moderate. For further par,
ticulars apl to
M.iy 2on n. SUG nhIEma
-IMPORTER AND DYIAL1f' fl.
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, T'OCACCO,
0ROCH1RfIB3 AND IROVISIONB,
No. 175 EAST BAY, CHARLETON, S. C, tl
o 1TOTIEDEMAN & SONS,
102 AND 104 EAST BAY STREET,
CI1tARESTON, S. C.
WIIOLEBLE GROCERS, LIquolt DICALERS o
COMMISSION MERCIIANTS, i
197 EAST BAY, CIIARLESTON, S. C. S
S. B. TIIOMAS, AGENT,
No. 320'KINO ST., OPPOSITE LIBERTY,
WINDOW SIIADES, PAPER IIANG- -
INOS, LACE CURTAINS,
CORNACS AND UPOLBTERY GOODS,
CHARLESTON, S. C, -
SWiNDoW AWNINGS MADE TO ORDER
A G. CUDWORTI" & 00.,
SADDLE RY WA1tEIIOtSE,
155 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
CIIARLES'rON, S. (.
H ENRY BISCIHOFF & CO.,
AND I)EALERS IN CAROLINA RICE.
I'ROPRIETORS OF THE CELEBRATED
CAROLINA TOLU TONIC.
199 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C, (
A INA GAGE & CO.,
CHARLESTON ICE 110USE,
MARKET, CORNER CHURCH STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
t-Wlee packed for the country a specialty.
S A. NELSON & CO.,
-WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
I3OOTS AND SIOES,
No. 23 IIAYN E STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
0 W. AMAR & CO,
VWHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
01101CE D)R1'O!4, 3fE:I1INES. CITIEMTCALS,
BUIOIIAL INSTUMENTL ,.'1'.,
1EIIFUMERIES AND TOILET ARTICLES,
Cor. King and Vanderlorst Streets.
CIIA RLESTON, S. C.
ALSO IN STORE :
BACON, MEAL, I
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH.
UL~YSSE G. D)ESPORTES.
TAKE NOTICE t]
BUY your Wagon Mafetial, SPOT(FM
RIMS anid IIUIk8, SHEA F'TS POLiF',
WA(GONS, ClROCEIES, iEIACH INIA
OiL, (INDSTYONES TRACES, WEL1L.
IlAINS, and all kinds of P'lantation
C~OOfA STiOVES, HIEATrING STOVES,
froi $14.00 to $50.00, cois,iit
OIL STOVES, WOODENWARE, ETC.,
J. H. CUMMINGS.
The UNION CIHURN Ia soTi on its.
inerits. I can refer to a dozen palrties
usinig it In thIs vicinty. It Is not ai new
thing,, bat ha sStood tlic test sine 1804,
D. J. QUATTILEBAUM, D. D. 8.
IOFFICES Notside WashingtonSte,
Opposite Trown UnIaf.
WINNSBORO, SOUTH CAROLINA
Un-Iiy ZeiglIer Brothers' Ladiesr, Misses'
Iand( Childr(enOI 8 FiiRe Shoes.
IT 18 A LITTL9s) UARtY, 1U'1T WE DIIGITT AS WiMLL~ R901V IT AT 0OCI
at titu SH11 O I I1 s boltund to affect and ei' tit onWaid 8trid! (t progresl
id prosperity in the State at large, and the people lubst
CCONO-IZE THIS YRAR MORE TI-A -rj ?R,
Some of us the short crops may not effect, but It behooves its to work to the interest
the poor mlan, and gell good8 at tu saliclst miargt til1bles
Is evet alert to the interest of the Peoic, lebuItt Dry Goods int la giit qttaititled
Ian any lhoyse In the lpp(er pat t f the State , outsisle of Grecnvill tied(lb)hl busine sti
i a this yar Lt CULt1;IBIA V1tINSUlO at i , we ex
ct to eclipse our proilos efforts. All S 1A'NAIt U00 a iU ilifactred 'Soith at
lanufacturer's Prices. DOMIEST1ICS at les9 than most nien caut biy tWill,
Carolina Plaids 7y centts, (raiuitevlie 4 cInts, Graniteville X 5% cents, Grana
eville 4-4 7 ents, araniteville lIllfttg 7, en ts.
Coats's Cottoit b5 cents, lem six per cent. discottnt, cash. Belding Brothurs' Spool
Ilk 10 cents per spool, or threo for 25 cents, to arrive next week, Eagle & Phinbi
alThroad 1%4 cents per bail.
'rTe above goods ve will sell by the piece or any quantity desired. All g6ods market
b short crop prices,
J. L. MIMNIAUGH.
Clioster, York, Fairl1d an Lallncaster
(ORICUL'tRAL, jOR 1R'ICULTURA L AND MEOHANICAL
F A IR
-HESTER, S. C., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16,
AND CONTINUES FOUR bAY'.
-A.T~ES OPE1N. AT 11 O'OLQCEO,
'he most VALUABLE ever offered. MR01 THAN QNE-11AL. IN MONEY,
iNNUAL ADDR ESS ON WEDNESDAY.
By Ladies and Gentlemen, Masters and Miseg
A UUIll iNVA1, 1U 11iJ E.ST WIIEEl.MAN,
WILL MORE THtAN RIVAL TIE STATE FAIR.
On the grounds will he a new atttnwt ion. All who desire to ekhibit Machinery
ilease notify the Secretary of the kind and space it will occupy.
TO THII LADIES.
The Premiums in the Household Department are Increased and nany quadrupled hi
EXCURSION TICIiETS ON ALL TIIE RAILROADS.
FRIDAY, OLYMPIC GAMES ANb RACI ,
No entries adnhitted after MO''I)AY, OC'TOBEIt 15, except STOCK, Which may
m eig tel ed hefore 11 o'clock on ''ti'u +lay.
Sept 20-tx4wJ. . Secetary,
Sept_________________ 20fxw0I ESTER, S. C.
WITTKOW KY & I3URUCH,1
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
We hereby lnform the "Wholesale Trade" that ote "varlons lines" con.
)tising the Wholesale Branches of our business are notw complete, and we In
ite our Ctstomers to give it dtue considclation. To those wishing to engaga
n business we say that there is no house
rhat has better facilities titan ohrs, and that we can and do duplicate any bill
f goods, no matter where Itought,
0-=VEJ vS .A. 0A. z, L1
WITTKOWSKY & BARUCH.
T STANDS AT THE LHEAD
That It Is the acknowledged Leader in
the Trade Is a fact that cannot be dis
MANY IMITATE tT-NONE EQUAL ITI
The Largest A rrned
The IAghtest hinnng
'rhe most Beautiful Woodwork
Ali IT Is WAhItIANTED
To ha iade of the best material,
To do Rll/ and all kindsi u, uK
To bit eomplete In every respect.
For Sale by
-.. Al. BEAT'V & CO.,
Winnisboro, 5. C,
Agen vantedl in ulloccupied territo
- I)OME''SI 810AWING MACIIIN'
Rlclhmnond, Virgla. .
NE W SHOES
TIl C~ORNmwn SToIw.
(RNTrS' AND LJADIRWYfXE SffOtR8, ALL, MADE
OF (iUAllANTrED S'1TOCK. TllY A PAmilt.
OFF FOR NEWV YORK
FAIL DRY (GOODN.
TlXS SPAGE WILL flE RIESERVED FOR NiOTICE~
OF MY STOCK.
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