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TUNSDAY, Odtober 1% ' 1888.
New Purnitin e-R.W. Phillipe.
The 0testion-J. L. Mlmnaugl y
Town Taxs-I.'N. Withers,' lo6rk.
S. 'rirte-f** '-.
-Messrs. 1.J. McCarly& Co. are
riepared to buy or sell.:Vuture Con
tracts for any.arties silng.-to oper
9.tik t Vs lne. All g#$lness coufiden
Mal. We receive aesS dispatches four
timnesaday and will keep our'eustom
*0l08ted. Oct 16-tf*.
-The new residence under the
1large . i dupervision of Colonel
Ulon, okk Congress street, *1 alsnot
poti'leted. It will be, when finished,
one of the handsomest and most tasgily
coistructed resldenop in town, and
will aid qo.Sittle to the general attrac'
tiveness of Main street. .
-Reliable authority inforls us t16t
eighteen marrilaes are booked in d~iu
J,9 for the ensuing winter. The
fever (this peculiar type we mean)
generally rages this season of 'the year
and Charlotte seems to be inflicted
with the scourge. The infected towns
umd citiesi should be qqarantined and
Winnsboro would perhaps be saved
& FINE 4TS.-Mr. Edward P. Mob
ey, Sr., te s us that he has three hun
4red acres of oats, six inches high.
Can anybody beat this?
MAJOR WOODWARID's ADDRES.
Copiesof Major Woodward's address
dqliveredi before the Survivors' Asso
clation of the Sixth Regiient, can be
obtalied bythe.members of the Asso
ciatiqu. froin Col. Jas4 II. RIjn.rEvery'
siurvivor should have a co'py of this
PERSONAL.-Mr.. . ;Ali allallan, of
this place, left1 on the five o'clock train
Monday afterA0oon for Charleston. 110
purpo[.Ss ;atteiidig the contse of lee
turea liti tlic South Carolina Medlical
College inl tf'at city during. the incom
ing fall and witer months. - Our
young f~eind is talented, aid we are
losition in his clacs , A pleasant atid
prontable year to hain,
TiE CoTToN MAnKE'T.--Tic
inig are the quotationis f'or MondAy
Strict low, nlliddliig.... .....9
New York spot cotton: Good ordi
nary, 9 11-1.6; low mlliddligi, 10 5-16;
middlingr, 10 11-16; Orleans, 10 15-16.
S, NWow si'ut ure market,12.40 p. m.:
October, 10.49; November, 10.541; Dc
1 ccmber, 10.64; Fecbruary, 10.92; March),
I d4 Abril,, 11.16; Ig4ay,411.27; .Jund,
11.38; July, 11.48; A ugust, 11.57.
TunE Ci1ESTER F Ain.-Thie fair at
Chester opens to-day with the most
~vay3 enjoyable, successful an d benue
ficial to all who muay attend apd take
intere~st in the articles on e*Ihbition.
We are glad to learn that a considera
S ble delegation fro~m Winnsboro and
different p~ortions of the county' will
.bp jn. atiendapce during. the, four days
*of its continuance, and not ti fewv Fair
field exhibits have been entered and1(
niised.Mr.J. B. Ttiurner, Onl Moni
ddy, vshipped to Chester~ his miagnuifi
cent herd of Jerseys, and it is conil
~'dently expected that is fie cows Wvill
bear up t5e prolppis of the fair jIust
begun. Tlid goiiiig people should re
member that the ball (to them), the
real event of the occasion, wvill take
pa at theQentral Ihotel on Thurstiay
evening. .We hope to hear favorable
reports from Fairficid, socially and
Phillips makes is new appaance in
THE.NE~vs ANti IIERAI.D this morning
y, announcing that he has niow In
storc a fine stock of furniture ini great
T variety, whichi he means to sell at the
t lowest possible prices. his stock cont
& tains everything needed te make a
h .ouse comfortable, ini the wvay of fur
plituire. ie also handles several of the
Sstandard sewvhig machines, wvhich lie
, Mr. Jno. L. Mimnaugh undertakes
tq.. anlswer-buit doest exactly anl
swer-the quqqtion "Howv is it thit,
Mnnaugh selin goodls so cheap.?" liut
bie, doea g9 onl to ,mention some of tile
new ,goc ofsg..ghich .he,.ls just
Qpeninlg, and to Invlie utinspeatIon of
all who wvant anything ijg. je several
(ines. qf gopp1s. hdis. hiun(luing, his
storest Chester, Columbhg.aii Winns
boro are full of goods, and be0 says lie
pyants to clear them out by a "big
X$skurous A CCIDENTy,-- yGans
youn colredwounan, livinig orn the
premises of Mrs. Sarah Caticar(:, in
t)uis place, was painfully and perhaps
fatally biinli fromi a kerosene explo
(lon last Eunday morning. The
woman was attempting to kindle afIr~e
i~ her hlouse by pon ring kerosone on
thle wood thtropgh theo spout of a kero
senue can. The oil became ignited and
fhle blaze was carried by means of t116
tipout into the can, cauisinlg a fearful
e.xplosionl. The unfortunate .woman
was enveloped in the flames, and niot
withstanding lher screams ihr help and
tmfsyassistance rendered hie', all
'fher elothinlg were burned of anid
hier body painfully burned in different
portfois., The phiysleten in attendance
report the case to be of a very serious
i4ature, anq tlgt it is impg1gbly as yet
isay.what the results will be. It is
JpodA~)~ .Qgh~9 may recover, and still
;wll iqw:Jake waialig f'om tlh9
wigortunate accident and in itturo
leave off such foolhardy acts.
THE STATH FA.-usy prepara
tions are now being made for the open.
Ing of the gAttoi iir In Columbuin. It
opens oil the 1th of Novemb'r and
ends on the 16th. Thoeofolumblans
are certainly making moitb than their
accustomed efihrt to. make the ap
prdkching fair of 'nusual interest and
profit, and there is every reason -tO
believe the number and character of
exhibits will surpass anything hereto
-fsre seee0 at the capital upon sinilar
.OcasjOus. The officers of Agricultu
ral Society and Columbia Board of
Tr'iho'are exerting every effort to make
the fair thiis year fply if not more at
tractive thanien anyi,,previous occa
,sWon. A number of tW6 exhibitors at
the Louisville F4positiop .will vailry
their contributionh to Columbia, while
the:listof hone contributions will be
proportionately large. Accommoda
tions will be ample for the greatest
crowds. In addition to the commodi
ous hotels n6w glen in that city the
old Columbia Hotel will be opened for
that purpose, and besides large num
bers of private houses will take board
e:- during the week. The usual State -
ball will wind up the pleasureosof t~p
week and racing will be one anii .
the interestiyg features of theloccasion.
Everybody who can should go and
spend several days In Columbli'be
tween the 13th and 16th of November.
TimE CnARLOTTE OnsEitvEt-Messrs.
R. H. &. HI. W. Iarris, -the proprie
tors of( the Journal-Observer, have
sold out their interest in tl~at paper to
Mr. Chas. R. Joties, the fo'rner editor E
and proprietor of the Charlott,9.04
scrver. The Journal-Obse'rver, 'nder
the efltorial and business management
of the Messrs. Harris, deservedly.
ranked among the very first papers in
the Carolinas, and its spicy and inter
esting articles were. frequently quoted
in our exchanges. Mr. Jones, in tak
ing -control of the Charlotte daily,
sgtys . "It,was blsilness to sell outathe
Observer on the first day of April, and
I resume its publication to-day as a
matter of business, the reasons for
whic) are personal )inly to myself."
His first issue on Sunday last appeared
in the old familiar and popular dues
of the Daily Charlotte Observer. Mr.
Jones is one of the finest and most
successfu'l joiuralist in North Carolina,
aid the penoplo of Charlotte are assured
iat fhe papefr will be kept fully up to
the high standard of the.. JowLrAql
Observer. am)(t that Colonel Jones will
make-the Obse-ver of totlay the same
staunch paper of the peIoIle that. iv
tbr- it its support and patroniage in the
.NEWv O0K..-V0 have.la~ecle
a copy of "Copp's-U: S. Salary : List
and Civil Service Rules." Our read
errs will grelcome the solid inforin
ation contained in the 160 pages of this
recently-issued book.' Iti is p~repared,
by ienry, gT. Copp,,a laiwii' of W~ash,~
ington, P. C. All the government
salaries arc gively from President Ar
thur's $50,000 to postmasters with
$500, ufficials of the treasury, interior,
wa-.n navy diep)Q)tmets, uistom
hou'ses, poslofflices, and fully 20,000
Federal otlics arraniged by States and
Territonr. Spechnen examinat ion
quest ions for admlittancee to tlhe civi) sem
vice t broughoutth~e coisystry. muide
The price .of tie. book.;iomn. thirty.
five cents. )Every young~ man and
woman wvlm has not decided upon
calling in lii'c needs this publication.
The governnent offers lucrative and
honorable employment. Every citizen
who expects his Senator or Represen
tititive to offer him a government posi
ton, by possessing this manual can
decge at once whether to accept or
decline the offer. It migy save'eandi
dates from declining fat offi-ces thiough
wvrong in formatiom ShoulId I he Dem
ocratic party carry the next Preslden
tial election, ever'y Democrat in tihe
country would want this book without
delay. Politicians alone have hereto
fore hold this'knowledge. The people
now havg a, chance to hegrni intpg'hose
pockets their money goisb atid howv
the nation's income is expended.
The "Gate Oity."
A gentleman from Atlanta, Gas,*. .says
that if all medicie was as pleasanmt as
NormnanM Namtralizing 0anrdial lhe .would
not nndgetting siek. That is \why Nir
man's Cordial Ia so popular. Eveni jhe
youngest children are as fond of it as sugar
, . (e he Good Work Go-Ofi. .s ,
*iehsrs Crow & Rodgers, Merchnts, Fall
Creeki S. C., says: "We were iduced to
try -a.small lot -of. -Norman's Neutralizing
Coi-dial and Yudreiad' Aale-for it. ithas
g Wen slemndid atsaton, and we sell ft
great (deal of it. Let. the goodi work go
91." Normaun's CordlIal is poptilar ev'ery
where. -., . -
TIIE time for the.. coi~eetion rof. Town
Taxes has boeen extended to the 1st of
B~y order of the Council:
I. N. WITIIERS,
Oct 16-ttd Clerk and Treasurer.
FOR THE SKIN.
C phurA anWJrblic and Glycerine anid
lioney and IBayherry qa~ps, andi Camphor
lce. Also, Hlatters'Sh1ap, lue and White
CJastlle Soap, Punmlco and Oatmeal Soap,
Ca shmere B~ouque~ ..Soap, Sliver. "Soap,
Flannel Soap, Erasi va.Soai ;Kitchen Soap
andl Land rySoaps, for same by
-Mc AsTm, BnecE &KETcNIIN.
F you *ish onions early in thme springra,
Iplant the PEARL ONION SET thfs
fail. For sale by
MOMABTER, TRueE & KE~enixN.
BLUE-MTTLENBtown and White
impotedCasileSoap; for sale at the
Drne Sorn e y-.i.Aii
F A L L OPENING
P. Lan*ldet.ke8r & Bro.
LATESt STY S!
.We-,bag $o infrm 6ur friend and .Pa
rois that we can confidently say that our
[ALL AND WINTR
TOCK- in aav 'tipl:6 4o every depart
aent, aild defies competition.
:- anid -
All of the VERY l)EST MAKES and
]LOAKS! LOAkS! CLOAKS!
iII all the newest styles.
-'UkNISIING GOODS I I
Foir Men, Youths, Boys and Children, at
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
WHITE GORS, e.
Our stock is quite full f- all of -the best
>rand's of Longeloths, ShIrtings, Shectings,
L'wills and Drillings.
Al.l pf the above goods are offered at the
?.OVEST CASH PRICES.
'T.erefore an early call of inspection Is
P. LANDECKER & 'iRo.
HE ADQ UART ERS,
*1 smc grae, n imrae, a
'ery desirable and handsonmc mialtu -eA, cut
aoth In walking coats and sacks. There is
rio dilscount on the wool-It's the genuine
irtlic. Trhe garments are of stylish shape,
aewed with sIlk, wvell made antd nicey
brimmned. Do you .conteahaplate .buying a
mit soon? If so, 's~ islould Mece these
when coming to Clumbia. If there is
inythaiug under the sun In Fall and WVin
der apparel that you require you can find It
i our stock.,.
To the ladieb of Whmnshoro wve wish to
announce that wve have the lairgest e~thek of
Boys' Cilothingja1 Colpamli.c. Boys' school
anid dress suits; 'also *a -maddsomn.. Ilo. of
KIlts for the little ones, -.hid '-ma d and
trimmed In the latest sty les'.' We '*'isd
guaranteo a pierfect fit,. All orderA sent to
may addlress wIll receIve praompt ,jittentioy;
and If they (10 not suIt or fitl~ ai cr
turn themi by paying half express.
Respectfully, ,ILN I.
A N FE STABLENS,
TO all persoils indebted to theo hnder
signed~ forrtehl..botight thIs sprIiig nd
summaner afad gIving their notes for same,
and kniowing they fail due oni thme FIlISTI
OF OCT01BER, wvIll prepare to meet tlieni
promptly, as full payment will he requjred,
unless other arranigenments be made by thec
p~artles holdIng said1 notes. Also, the naotes
of 1882 thiat.,I have carrIed over for the
present year must be paId at once or I wIll
have to-force collectIon if not Inmmbdi.
tately settled. I mean buiness.
. A. WILLIFORID.
INSURE YOUR COTTON .*INS,
I NSURANiCU-writte. oha Cettui*lmus,
Lforlaoart t~ime, at reanonahle rates.
A T a meeting of the County 1Boazl3 of
Examiner's on Monday, thle 4th inst.
lie following gentlemen were a iponitel1
rustees in thiL respective School i .
School Distrie1 No. 1.--W. B. Estes, Dr.
W. Meador. T46 he filled out.
School District Nd. 2.-Jnio. S. Dotgtass,
11. C. Clowney W' I,. Rosborough.
School Distrit No.- 3.-t . John1s1 o,)1
Ed. 1). Mobley, J11o: Vinison.
School Distrilet No. 4.-W. A Smillh, M.
W. Boutware, ). 11. Jobertsovn. .
School Distrlct No. 0.-.ino, 1ollis, Samil.
McCormlek, N. A. L'eny.
School District No: --E. 1I. s, F.
L. M. Duke, Postell ltarrison,-e !otre.
School District No. 7.-To bo hitled out.
Old Trustees to act untiL new ew::s are ap
School DiAtrict. No. 8.-S. W. Booklhart,
J. A-. Turkelt. To be filled out.
School District No. 9,-Floyd Jackson,
D, G. GiT, N. C. Robertson.
- School District No. 10.-C. K. Rlabb, Jo:.
A. Clark, Wmt. B. Murray.
School Distrlct No. IL-). L. Glenn,
Thompson Cliappefl, A ndrew M. Wa' lace.
..School Distriet No. 12.--J. T. Stitt, T.
11. Andrews, M. A. McDowell.
School District No. 13.--W. J. Clowney,
I. M. Means, 1en1. Jaanes.
School District No.'14.-J. If. Rion, Jas.
A. Brice, It. L. Eflott.
School District No. 15.-J. T. Dawkins,
Amos Davis, Jere Itabb, colored.
School District No. 16.-R. S. Desportes,
A. F. Ruff, E. \V. Parker.
- School istrlct No. 17.-Il. A. Glenn, J.
P. White, Thos. Watt.
C. A. UOUGLASS,
J. E. McDONAlD,
County Bd. Ex. Fairfield County.
DRES - MAKING DEPAtTMENt
PALACE OF ATTRACTIONS
Is NOW IN FULL OPEt\T . MN.
THE PUBLIC WILL ALWAYS.A'P1itECI
ATE A PUILIC JEN .
This.wa. the only tihought hw whleht we were
noit'lialtl whenl we 13r*a!, pr "11 i 1 "inkr' I hto
extem lve ('ttan1ges whichl 10-11.1 ar a reali
ty in your iiit.. Th walis i tIhe pi
ple w?- alre deterilinled to .tjNy. 1Taba
fact. tis.now fully (Cilon'- d. 'Ihl.'
ciaige 1Icly 1the4 italount i.: the olt
lay was UnlImtnted. Diprtiineil.
aftor depa irunent has hi-nJ -tilt led.,
. TH 1il CA ITPA l tIt, ' .s
.: 'l. A4 t If i F~ 0
partimnts wvo'ill In.. a lia-llk 1:1 -1 :ik no
Count. But- 'It.s (I,1, Inspli'l b.1 v 'ili bi lon
that,011, City shotuiud St an(d so'ioli to Ito 11t',
we felt tr.ht, to bring our tinii.,.:e est al).
lishment oil anl C(iti toot ing wit i New
York. Boston. or elsewlterv, w- h:itd 11)
ptlaco bel)tO our ptirls i st hel; of
iLchl . inatpill ticle, C il a11h u1 itill
Velvels, lit hnery, k4'. Wo
frola thei lODlUc'T'1O1-'
EVERIY CLIME ON THiE GLOBE,
Wielhzve also neu'd n l,-1
ilied, M lAs". a :ivi Chlrn'
'Unulerweao' .r.iiat t :.-ht . 1ier.
cr h':itore ''initiii in thu'
Soth. 'lii h l. .t re meteo' s:
pies oine 01 I he' r.i tig' or l"mgin~.
Centl O:,ner~ih'.,1 It hien a : tr rea 'dir.: hy~
.fottr 5ta111W 'ys. 'T'ie r0tira: c-I ehi..
of our mitny3 fit'iI, a wint1. lttig :u .-ri V'.-r:
much elt~in cltl.ielt snell,1 an0 ty. a l)ress-14
1-.fou "th litdies(14 of Nt 'is anitM<l onh(i
ii ut 11hat, w' ha ve'S'il iiur1 Lih.- l44erii ve- or
idvo its skilleid ari I-t IS hav ei' e cit 0r
cii to t hi lnstes of ti s SeciIon, 3irs.
Sirilt h, as Ot t or :- it F'in I r. :44u(
iss 31ar'.,h:iti, as. ferap.r a ni
ili her.~u '1ite'st Iadi.4 at lut ic
talste4 hazs liong t :on k iouwt
circles of New Y'o't II 1i-*.r, l'tlladespoitil-i
THEREFORE WE IIAVE~
no hieit at ion in sayving to ! hep latles of N'4' Ib
ai otithi artotlut thed. we have tinw a nrs-;
gltis~s UriessNinking lulep-irment, whetnr. tiailles
c an rely un .1 heIr tuos' ptariloulatr liloas ns 1(o
anty freak 'of rfashion beatuig riz41i1/ed. We Ita vi:
IILtCed up In excelltenile a~yi' spa):tgi ft'i'i or'
011r Di-as-Makin.g Deapar'ltin.. 5I1uppi l.-d wih
wearC fully r)''Peie to gun tui :-,at lhfat:tin
in l fttug, style and14 w~orkntoashtI p.
Wt sollel. th ilavor of .vonr ordiers lit her' in
person~ otr by untilI. whichl shtal ii Yulv 41ur most1
prompjt, anud carefult ttent1I00l at, till .titnes.
We arc, your~s very ttruly,
WITTKOWVSIKY & RAxRUCIr.
GIiA illT" N. (.
MoIIII Zion College.
PAT"ONIZE H1E~l IN ""I rl.'IONS
<NOUNTh ZI1ON INSTJ'rITE
iconnntlenced t ho prese(nt. sion
Otn (Ilo..17th of ;Stptimbelas't 5,
and1(1 tS tilli'i'~ly lo reeiiv'e ad-.
.dit.iinal pup1ils. Il a reicent
resOlttIOn of the4 MIout ion etf~'ile'ty inr
has beeni estalisedl a ( lnssien i'lepatmlenit
in which special atttenitionu is gi' nl to ire'
Faring puphils o~f both. sexes for CJole~gie.
has'beien electe' wilich allows' lihe oth1ers
inore timlo for 'the thior'ough thanlagemnenlt
of le Graded~ Schaooll De'partmnt,.
11e( cihartgies, p).1 er toth, o~f ,he Classical
D)epartmient are( as I ohlows:
O0% Ektra Struly.. ..... ........ ..ec
TIwo Extra Studlies.................... 1.11o
TIhiree or mior~e Extra Studies... .......oO.0
SI.f IIFF"'N S A TL 1!.
B h'uef.a 1ecttion to me ire'cted,
JHouse (door in W'innsbo~ro, South Car'olina,
Fl RST1 MOND)AY IN NOVEMiBIit.
next, withini the legal hoturs of sale, to thle
htighiest bIdder, for CA81ib, the followving.
''All '.hat piece, parcel or' tract, of land1(,
litng,lbeling ami( sitaite in the Coutnty of
1'aiellian Stalte of S(o1 itt Crolhtia, 'cotn
FIVE IIIUNDR ED AN J) FOltTY A CRES,
mnore or less, pnd~ h)Otudied by lands of Jio.
ii. Thtomas, it. iR. It oshoroiugh, 'Mf's. Annl
Huntitter alnd IC. WV. Ptarker.
Le~yIed ut)ppn a(11 pro ler(ti'y of Jamies 11.
WValtoetr at the suit ofi 'arahi E. Means
agaiiist James ii. Walker.
Slietff's ...- J NO. D). McCAiR L 'Y,
Shr ft' lice S. F. C.
Win nsboro, A. C.,
Octobter 8th, 1813.
Oct 11-pxd -
$25 REWA RI'.
A REWAJRDOF TWENTbYFIVEDOL
preheonhlon of olie or more of"'then paties'
eoncernied In the robbery of' mty otore iln
tis ~ace on thto night of' Mondra~ Stein
Sept: 27-tx~ .wb ILIlti
That worries-otir competitors at Wminnm
-iIMNAUGI SIL LSOOODS SO CIIEJ
we don't propiose to give it away.
I 11111 ow opening .lmy second shipme
in New -York In the VlItthing busliess am
to secure goods at prices never heard of I
Black Casimeres, Volored.Casinnere4
A nice line of Lndles' M its, direct fr<
elegiaedecannot be surpissed by any liou
Omt: buyer notiflis 1us.to1 lose out our
TIE DOLLA . Ile advises us by Satu
. O3T~EC 3:i"T 35\ I
to iVlnaboro. Don't buy unt1jou see I
1art of my time, the presenceC of .
311AIL BE FFjrT IN TIlE WD
TIN SETS-nonc prettier. - My rie
:6 come and See, anld It I cannhtuot 8.-1 'll,
h1r-y 1.4 ned liot. feel that. yol are uIn
ne. So get your ticket, via thislPOP U.&
F/ItS T-OILASS 1"
You wIll. get GOOD /LAG1ALIY
PR1U'ES. The WISE and the ECONON
ALWAYS FRESH AN]
W~e hav~e jutm. received a fre~shi si
and1( more1 toI arrive iln a fewi (huva.
.Uso, SilELF" GOODS, CANNF
thing usu ill kept.II in the G itOCElIY
J. HI. Hi
TrEN TIIOUSAND "SI..
CIGARS. A GOOD TEN
THEL OLD CRi
We have Just rceived our stock
l1E!ISElh'S G ENTS'
EACHl PAlIR VWAtNTIED).
FOR STYLE, FIT, COMFOIlT AN
T1 II ESE SHIOES are UNSUIIIPASSh
Our Stock of LADIES' CUtSTO'(
MA DE SIU)ES JUST IN.
As we haveo sold theseo goods for
nutmb~er of' yga3ra, we can safely recot
mtend them in i every piartihtnlar..
Weo respectin'lly regnest ani fns e
MoMART1BR! BIRIO02 A 10TQHI1
oro, Chester and Columbia: HOW IS'IT
LP? Well, this Is our own little secoret, and
nt this season, and owing to the many failures
I many other branches, I have been enabled
Trimminlngs, of all the latest designs.
in Manufacturers' Agents, and for style and
m in WN11HORO.
tock of BLANKETS at SIXTY CENTS ON
day's mail of the shipment of
hese goods. While my other places take up
A UG H
NSBORO DRY GOODS MARKET.
D ECO RATIONS.
D TO ARRIVE!
BIO INDUCEMENTS-NOT IN t
JOB LOTS Ok ODDS AND ENlDS,
'UT BARGAINS IN NEW
STYLES AND BEST QUALITIES.
AS COOD AS CAN BE MADE,
A N) AT PRICES LOW ENOUGH
TO A T'T R A C T ECONOMICAL
s will surlrlse you. It will cost you nothing
'o Uf MON/', time (and trouble, buy else
ler the sliphie it obligations to purchase of
R O U' 1, anud come straight through to the
rU JTATURE STORE.
IN JIuxRST GOoDA at the LOWEST
ICAL GETi OFb IIEltE.
R, W. PHILLIPS.
SCIIEAP AT HARDEN'S.
iply of WV ESTERN FLOUR of all grades,
3A11S, CO)FFEES, TEAS, SYRtUPS and
ID GOODS, CHEESE, and in fact every
ARDEN & BRO.I
CENTS CIGAR SOLD) FOR
TS A PIECk.
OF VERY FINE
, R Tovo This B'
ofUCl(W II E AT--The firaf of the seasqon.
Onie JBarrel of the BEST OATMEA L.
FRi ESIl PA RCIIED) COFFEES in half and
one p~oundl packages.
ChlEESE and MACARONI.
SA RDINES anid SA LMON.
00JDFJII, MA CK EREL and LOBISTERlS.
ANNE BE AS, PA AD. CORN,
PE A HES, .APLES, SL ICED) AND
ORAT1ED) PINEAPPLES, JELLIFES anid
M MA RMALIADES,
Arnd a great many other things whieh you
at find In a FIRIST-CLASS3 GROCE1.Y.
a- CABBAGE, APPLES, ONIONS AND)
POT TESA LWAYS ON H AND.
S.r TS. WOLFE'S.
white Oak-,' StaDlas
ALSO IN STORE:
)RY GOODS, NOTIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASI.
UIYSSE G. DE4SPORT ES.
IS NOT GOOD TO. , CLEAN THIE
otl of a comb or a cross-ent saw, but it
TEErIi oF LILTMA N BEINGS
As NO other preparation can. It Is pir
ictly harniless and promptlt1y elicient.
5 cents a box.
W. C. FISIER,
Wholesale Agent, Coluibia, S. C.
For sale in Winnsboro by MCM.'sER,
RicE & KETCrIlN.
i REAL REMEDY!
KITHER M'STICA. NOR INDIAN BUT 801EN
TIM AND SPECIFIG.
RECMEDV of aver twedy-fiAe years standlng
t HEMEDY more po)hu at home, and where
hest kniowi, tha n a, I other rentcd4c of ita kind.
L REMi)Y endone by the beast Physiciang
and Droggists at Its home.
L REMEI)Y that Mr. C. W, O'Neill, Goadwator,
Ala.. paya raised ls wifo fi-om an invalid's bed,
and he helievos aeired ficrt(fc.
L 16EME)DY of which a prominent Atlanta
merehant aald, "I would have iten W00 astoout
as would a nickle for wlhat two bottles of your
medleito did for my daughter."
LREMHEDY il regard to which B. J. Cassell.
1-. D., Drugg~ist 0f Thomasvlle Ga., rays: "I
can recall instances in which It rda rlief
r all the ua rc-.edtci hed failc<d
L ICEMElIY abouit which Dr. ". 13. Ferrell, La
Grange, Ga., writes: 11 have used for the last 20
years the medicino you are itting up and
gonsidor it tho best combination ever gotten
together for the diseasc. fur which it iW recom.
k REMEDY of which Dr. Joel Branhnm, Atlan
ta, said: "Jhace mriamined the racpe, and have no
hesitation int odvising its use, and confIdently
I lREMEDY whlich the Rev. IT. Bl. JTohnson,
near Marietta. Ga.,* says lie has used in his famn
fly with the "utmost tiatisinetion"' and recom
mended it to three famlls'< "who found it to be
just what it ls rccomm~nIdd."
I REMEIDY of which Pecmberton, Iverson, a
Denition hay: "We have beeni scling it for many
years. with constaliy iltsreasing sales. Trho ar
tHcle isa sta ple with us, and one of absolufe erat."'
I NtEMEIJY of which Lamnnr, itahkln &
say: "We sold 50gtrows in foutr months, and .
oIit nanvpace bit w,1,4thtwas wanted agat'
*-h*A~. a ? nh til aun us. nnusu~t, u1 L.m mi -,
(In., says: "I cured 'ott of the most obstinat..
case's of VicAnmUwa M;:ssTshArioN titat cever
canmo within may knowledge, n~ th a few bottles."
I ItEM6ED)Y of whieh fDr J. (. Ituss, Notasulga
Aln., says: I att fully conylneedi that it is un
rivaled for that chwsaof dhreuses wh,'lich it claims~
I IEEJDY abont which Maj. John C. Whitner,
of Atlanta, well and favorably' knolwn all over
the United State s at a G eneral Iummrance Ageni,,
sa.yn: "1 used Ihiatremnedy beforo the war on a
largo-jilant'ition on a great ntutnber of easea,
aittvays w'ith absolute suece s."
~. IEa1EDY about which Mr. J. WV. Strange, of
Cartersvrilte, Ga., cortifica that one bottlo enred
two members of hIs inily 'of mncnstrua Ilirregu
larlty of mnvyeaora stam(iing.
A UIE1DY tl tls clsAt'in THI/.N ANY OTHERl
M~gtnleNof its l:lnd in the world, hceeo 1 ont
2 no'flI.xs5 wIIL (VInE TIls ,to:r Olais NA-r. CASE.
Tills onAT POP'UAt.aMEnY 15 lIntADWFLu.94
M54I t' OULAToI:, (Woman'sa Becs( ir'end.) For
sale b~y all Druggists. I'rice: Small size 75 cents.
1o1e 1 reprIctor and Manmufaecrr
No. 108 S. P'ryor Street, A TLANTA. Gi.
Swift's Sp~ciric baa been the mnenns of brinplhp
tealth and happIness to thtouenndsi~ who were lro
mourjed inciertiblte of llood and Skin Dilsease3.
HEAR THE WITNESSE~I
I amn rom thnt Swift'srcfeevdm life'. ,t
iauI'm iertily i oiin.i~a:.jlit hintarins. andi wn- eve
ii' to ie. -lswSif lpce rell-eved m1e promtynnr1
telI tin~uit it ia the ti..tei-t rct6eedy oft t- lye.
C'. (I. SP'ENCEII,
Sup't his Works, Itonmo, Ga.
S. 5. 5. enres the won st form-i of Scrofuila, Old
4ores', t'hl lctrs, lecuam, limrper, anti all fIlood or.
Si:ln inmr:or. it cluinianlr-s thae l'ison froml the
~ittod, andt dIris it out throug~h .the puirts of thm
IIAD 3CRlOlrULA FORl 17 YEARS.
I hnve suffered immtn Sernfitin nbot t 17 years. Theu
ilseatie tlitin ms ly conflned to myi Ugs and nkles
ny suahi imes Wce covered wIth rgie uklers aneJ
un t'e 'm <f rolkfle,sh, and ths <alor twas ab~noet un'
iiarabl!e. All remediles-nnd tretntents which I tInc I
filedt to) d, ite ai' n oo. AL ,iad I betga takiE
t S. 1., rotinuinit for abhot fotnr mntth, and I ANI
' fT VL WCL, I took 8. 8. 8. umler the
suiperviasin f aphylinn (f 2(1 years' activa prac-.
liec, b~y y o-tr order, I'revotta to taklig 5. 8. S. 1 at
limes co~uld sCatrce ly sua'k. Now lean 'eal all day,
and iA'ac to umukeA 8. R. . and it only, for my cur'e.
84 F'onidry streaet, Atlanta, Ga.
T'he seel of this discaso Is in the Bilood.
$14.00 t woudd nt pturchase from I:'. what S. S. 5j
hats oaicered in tuy case. it enred mae of Ilalarial
Editor Repubikan, llpringileld, '1 on.
A erfro was enred of a violent caso of Rlheuma
Lim by 8. 8. 8. Witbont the remed~v hto wold havo
lid. WM. hi. S.\il'li, M. D.
Tumbling bhoals, i. o.
W~rlte for a copy of thte little book-free.
Vin' EBWA R D will be paid to any
Cahnmmst whlo will Iind, on analysis
of 10 bottles of 8. It. ii.. on patrtiln of mercury,
Drawer 8, Atlanta, Oa.
--or ILS --
0DTTENT n egrms, gr ta
or? this annoying trouble it has been In ouar ime
dn s y favorably ~oaas a
him SORE NIPS, Fatas h oi
~ sen, SoAwLHaD, Tara,iUzmsasa~
lprddiseases. .l e
had for tomen.ytatwr ,tan
>bta in)an permaWnUA an
or'es&.a m t. ~ alf~ cey
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