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THURSDAY Novembor o,0 : : 1888.
Strayed or Stolen-W. Watt Brice.
Citation-J. R. Boylos, Judge of
Citation-J. R. Boyles, Judge of
Chapter MeetIng-P. Landecker,
Pyobate Judgo's Salo-J. R. Boyles,
Ju dgo of Probate.
-The south-bound passenger train
was an hour Into on Wednesday.
-Tihe Democrats will have just sov
onty-five majority in next 101180.
-Services will be held in the Epis
copal church this morning at eleven
o'clock, the Rev. Frank Hallam offlciat
-To-day being National Tianks
giving day, and a day generally ob
served, no paper will be Issued on
-Mr. W. H. Flonniken Is now on
gaged in erecting a new barin and.sta
blos upon the spot where his recent
--The tunlo n.. 50ly%1 hmMissoiate
Reformed church this morning at
-The postofflco will be closed to
day, except for one hour after the
Opening of the mail, for the delivery
of mail only.
-The registration for the election
on the question of "license" or "no
licensc" closed at 6 p. i. on Wednes
day. Three hundred and thirteen
voters have registere(.
-Mr. James A. Brice has about re
covered from the wound recently re
coived ill his hand and is up and at
tending to his business again. His
many fricids will be glad to learn of
-Messrs. Rt. J. MeCarley & Co. arc
prepared to buy or sell Future Con
tracts for any parties wishing to oper
ate in this line. All business conflden
tial. We receive press dispatches four
times a day anld will keep our custom
crs posted. Oct 16-tt*
-Major Thos. W. Woodward on
Monday, tile 26th inst., returned from
Vicksburg, Miss., where he has been
in a(lendanco upon the session of the
National Cotton Planters' Association.
The 3Mijor gives favorable reports of
tile Success of tile meeting an(d the
good results likely to follow there
-All parties who bought guanos
from1 us must settle oil or belore the
1st of' November, or they wii lose the
cotton optioll :111( will have to pay tile
face of tIheir notes in 1110nev.
R. J. McCAndaY & Co.
Oct 27-tf *
--The county auditors and treasur
ers are no0w ini session in Columbia.
They arc trying tiIntimidate the Leg
'ure anid to get an inicrease of sala
ri --porhaps so and' perhaps not. Ati
am ' ale it. is certainly bt, just and
proper~ that tihe salaries of these of
ficers should1( be incereased at least so
that they wvill 1)e fairly compensated
for their work and recsponsibility. We
have thoughtful and able representa-1
tives fromi Fairfield county-they no0w
have an opportunlity of doing an hlonor
to themselves and justice to over
worked officials by drafting a bill look
ing to inicreased pay. Will they do it?
It remains to be seen.
Th E COTTON MA RKET.-The0 follow
ing is the report for Wecdnesday:
Strict lowv middling.........9.35
New York futures dll amnd easy:
January, 10.741; 1February, 10.89;
March, 11.04; April, 11.17; May, 11.30 ;
NionTl~LY MEETINGS.-The proh11ibi
tionists arc hoilinig nlightly meetings
in tile court-house and much enthusi
asnm is beinug aroused in conlsequenee.
A meeting wvas h1e1( last nlght'at the
usual hour, and a full atccount of the
proceedings will be given ill another
issue. An address wvill be delivered
in the court-house to-night at seven
o'clock by a colored speaker from
North Carolina. It is earnestly hoped
that arrangements willl be made by
the executive committee for ladles to
attend, If they desire to do so. It
might be well to reserve all the Boats
insidea the hne~ fm-. that 1mpinose.
R1AmIrnOAD ACCIDENT.-A 11ul11 be
lonmginmg to Wilonm Williams, colored,
inl this place, w~as, Onl Monday night,
tile 26th1 inist., throwni from the rail.
road track near Mr. Desportes' store
by the south-bound thlroulgh-freight
and one of its hlind hoofs wvas torn off
by the engine. The mule had just es
caped from a stable niear by and was
uponl tile track whleni overtaken by the
trainm. Tile muile was gotten off thle
track just inl time for tho second see
tion of tihe freight trailn twenlty mlin
uytes later. The accident to the mule
Wendered It worthless and it was con
sequentfly shlot. Accidents of tis kind
are b~ecominlg quite fiquont Inl or near'
Winnsboro. Whlose fault?
THE FAmaFIxELD DEFENDANTs.-Mr.
Thomas McGill, Jr., anld Mr. Janmes
G. Hoerron, of tis counlty, are to be
tried at tile prCeent sessioni of the Uni
ted States Court at Columbia. Thley
are chlarged with violation of the elec
tion laws anld intimidation at the bal
lot-box at the last general election.
Wihan hOlnest court anld anl Impartial
jury the defendants cani confidently
expect anl aicqiltfta. of the charlges pro
fe rrd against them. The wholesale
po' urlos committed by Republican
and Greonback hIrolingd in th6,politi
cal cases are simply alarliig, aind a
repetition of it may'be counted on to
coivict Democrats. Now "time about
is fair play", let the Democrats keep
their eyes open and whenever an occa
sion presents itself prose.cite the hirol
ings for perjury, in the 9tato courts.
This will get at the root of the evil,
and 1until this is done innocent and
unoffending citizens need not ask or ox
poet any quarter.
AMONG TIE JUSTICES.-Tho caso of
the State against Horace Jackson,
charged with trespass, was heard be
fore Justice Nell on Tuesday after
neon, the 27th inst. Tihe defendant
was found guilty and sentenced to pay
a fio of ten dollars and costs or be
Imprisoned in the county jail ten days.
The fine and costs were paid and the
defendant was discharged.
The case of the Stato against John
Floyd and John Mack, charged with
bunting and ranging upon the prom
Isos, of Mr. George Robertson, Sr.,
without permission, was tried before
Justice Catheart on Tuesday, the 27th
inst. Messrs. McDonald & Douglass
appeared for the State and Messrs.
Ragsdale & Ragsdale for the dnfino
- ,uay and
sentenced to pay each a fine of ten dol
lars and costs or be confined in the
30nty jail twenty days. Counsel for
:ho defeice gave notice of appeal and
:he dofondpnts gave bond pending
CO3MMITTED FOR BURGLARY.-The
)relimninary examination in the case of
,ho Stato against Thomas Cullen,
sharged with burglary was held before
istico Neil in the court-houso on
L'uesday, the 27th inst. Messrs. Mc
L)oyald & Douglass appeared for the
lefondant. Thomas Cullenl is charged
vith having comitted the burglary
ipon the premises of Mr. James Q.
i)avis on Garden street in this place
m Wednesday night, the 21st inst., a
'uli account of which was given in
hose columns last week. The evi
lence produced against the defendant
vas principally circumstantial. His
>r.scnce in town on the arternoon of
lie burglary, his strange and suspi
ious conduct while here, leaving
own early on Thursday morning on
bot, his demeanor when captured. at
lidgeway, were among the circum
tances against hii. In addition to
lie above an examination of 'tle tracks
bund1(1 in tile vicinity of Mr. Davis's
iouse, vlcn compared With the feet
>f (he prisoner, showing a correspon
lence in length, and Mr. J. N. Cen
er's testimony that the prisoner cor
-esponded in iappearance with a manl
ic saw within 150 yards of Mr. Davis's
ionsc on the night of the burglary
nade up the evidence upon wvhich the
lefendant wvas committed to jail in
lefault of bail, to await further in
'estigation at thme neXt regular term of
le Court of General Sessions in Fob
ectaro of the R1ev. J. C. Priec, col
>red, of Saulisbury, N. C., ini the
~ourt-hiouse on Monday evening was
~ortainly something out of the old
>eaten path, and the prohiibitionists
ye not simply pleased, but highly
tratified and surprised at the masterly
ibility and eloquence of the colored
3rator. For fully two hours lhe held
le mixed audience of whites an~d
)lacks, men91 and boys, spell-bound
ivith his thrilling oratory. The speak
r covered the entire fild of the dis
mussion, and, though unot sensational,
1e painted in vivid colors the evils of~
ntemnperance andi closed with a pow
~rfuil arraignment of the cxicting law,
icensing the trafic. The lecture took
vell and doubtless strong impressions
ivoro made upon the colored portioni
>f the audience. On motion, a hearty
roto of thanks was tendceod the
speaker for his address. Speeches,
forcible and to the poinl,wcre made in
the course of the evening by Messrs.
V. K. Elliott and A. M. Mackey.
On Tulesdlay evening, promptly at
seven o'clock, the hour apploinited, the
11ev. A. Coke Smith, of Charleston,
was at his -post of duty, and all wvho
were present felt the impetus lhe gave
to the movement in Winnsboro. The
Revy. Mr. Smith kindly came to Winns
boro upon the special invitation of
some of our prominent citizens, and
his reputation throughout the State
had caused anticipations to run high,
mid no higher and more deserved com
pliment ean be paid the address of the
ovening than the fact that no oine left
the court-house disappoi ntedl, or duri
ing the hour and three-quarters grew
weary or tired of It. For logical
power, sublime pathos and lofty elo
quence we have seldom heard his
sup~erlor and scarcely his equal. In
systematIc and natural order lie spoke
of the causes of intemperance and
then of thie remedies to be employed.
In his description of the potent Influ
ences of home-life upon01 the temperate
or intemperate habits of men, and of
the mission of women ini the cause, lie
reached the climax of lis polished
aderess, and temperance men, women
and children woent to their homes and
fircsides strengthened in the convic
tIon that the cause was right
and would finially triumph. The
orator was accompanied by the R1ev.
Dr. Darby, of Columbia, who, on invi
tion, offered prayer at the opening of
the meeting. A vole of thanks was
tendered the lecturer for the interest
lie had manifested in the mnovemenit
and for his able and interesting lecture.
R UST PROOF WHEAT AND OATS,
Cheap for the CASH,.
J F. MnMAWTRR A Co.
Ono Among Many.
Mr. S. K. Cannon, of Iligh Falls, S. C.,
says he will sign any testimonial we may
write of the virtues of Noruant's Neutraliz
lug Cordial. Ho Is thoroughly convinced
that it Is truly a groat nedielino and ho
recoumends It to everyone affileAd with
stoniachie disorders. Small size, 25 cents..
Bad On America.
Nine-tenths of the people of the United
States suffer with dyspepsia, and what are
its many causes. lot food, hasty eating,
Iltemperance, bad air, lack of exercise, ex
uessivo use of ten, coffee or tobacco, and
anything that prevents the regular action
of 1h stomach will produce it. Its sy ip
tois are headache, flatulency, loss of en
orgy, fetid breath iolancholy. Its cure,
Norman's Neutralizing Cordial. *
A REGULAR convocation of Winnsboro
Chapter, No. 2, I. A. M., will be
ield In Masonic Hall on Monday evening,
the 3rd of December at 7 o'clock.
Nov 29-ti Secretary.
STRAYED OR STOLEN,
F ROM the undersigned on the night of
the 20th inst a -Sorrel Mare Mule,
about nine years old. Any one knowing
ainthiug of said mule will confer a favor by
ddressing W. WATT BIRICE,
Nov 29-tlx3 Woodward's S. C.
TrATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Iy J. R. BOYLKS, 1les., Probate Judge.
HEIREAS, It. L. Elliott iath made
W sit to in to grant hii letters of
ulmninistration of the estato aind effects of
Flizabeth Deleiey, deceased:
iese are, therefore, to cite and admion
sh all and singular the kindred and erod
tors of the said Elizabeth Dellenley, de
'ased, that they he and appear before me,
I; the Court of' Probate, to he lid at
l'airfield Court Ilouse, 8. C., on tie Iatin
lay of December next, after publleation
lereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
;llow cause, if any they have, why the said
idministration should not be gran'ted.
Given under my hand this 28th day of
November, Anno Domin1 1883.
Published on the 29th day of November,
1883, in THE NEWs;AND .EIIRAL,.
J. R. BOYLES,
Nov J--t1x1 Judge of Probate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAYRFIELD.
7y J. R. BOYLES, Jiq., Probate Judge.
WIIEREAS, Jas. E. Stewart liath
Sntale suit to me to grant hini leters
)f adinistration of tho estate and (I feets of
elijali .Jones, deceased:
Tlhese are, therefore, to cite andI adinuon
sh all and singular the kindred anl cred
tors of. the said Elijah Jone.s, (ie
teased, that they he and appear before ne,
n the Court of Probate, to be held at
Lairfleld Court Iouse, S. C., on the 13t.h
lay of December next after public-ation
ereof, at i o'clock in the forenoon, to
Iow cause, if any they have, why the said
ud lin istration' *sloultd not be gran'tel.
G iven IuIdIer inv hand, this 26th day of
Soveniber, Ann l)oniii 1883.
Publisied oil tho 29th day of November,
.883, In THE NEwS AND I EIIALD.
J. R. 130YES
Nov 29-t1xi Judge of ProIate.
PROBATE JUDGE'S SALE.
iTATE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF YAIRIFIELD).
W'm. S. Aiston, as Executor, Plaintiff,
against .Joseph K. Alston an~d Oth
I[N purllsuance of ant order from the
1.Court of~ Probate of the State and
2ounty aforcsaid, uuado in the above
tatedl case, I will otler for sale, before
he CourtL House door ini Winnisboro,
ltihe first Monday in Januarvyet
~vithlin tihe legal hours of sale, at pub
ic outcry, to tihe highest bidider, thle
ol lowving-described Iro perty, situiato
in the County of Fairfield, in tihe State
f South Carolina, to wit:
*All that pice, partcel or tract of
and, containing TWENTY-ONE HUN DRED
~ND EIUTY-3IX ACRES, m1ore or lcss,.
Jounided onl the nlorthl by lands of Wmn.
I. Dawkins, T::ustee, lands of . Tihos.
Dawkins,.Jlands of Jno. W. Lyles and
lands of Charles Free; oni tihe east by
lands of Mrs. Fannie C. Powell anid
lands of the Estate of B. Frank Pear
ion, deceased; oni the south by lands
formlerly of the Estate of Daniel
llughey, deceased, and on the west by
Tis tract will be divided into sepa
rate parcels, of which a plat wvill be
Oxhibited on the day of sale; anld the
parcels wvill be sold1 sep~arately.
All thait piece, p~areec101' tract of
land, knlown as tihe "'Cedar Creek
Place", cointaininig FIVE IIUJNI)nED
AcR~s, more or less, lyinig on tile wa
Lers of LittlIc Cedar Creek, and b~ound
3d onl tile northi by lands of -
Damnack, On the east by lands of tile
E~state of John Ihinnant, dleceasedl, Onl
Lihe south by lands of the Estate of
Tohn Hinnanlt, deceased, lands of thle
Es5talt of Phillip Cook, deceased, and
land conveyed by tihe Jud~ge of Pro
bate for the County of Fairfield to
Mr's. Isabella Ligon, anld 0on the( west
by saidI land conveyed by the0 said
JIndge of Probate to tile said Mrs.
All thlat pice, parcel or tr~act of
andi, known as the "Buffalo" or "Piney
Woods" Tract, conitaiilng FOUR TIUN
DRED(1 AND) siXTlY-THRIEE ACnIEs, moreoOr
less, and bounded 011 the north by
lands of Chas. A. Abell, Onl tile east b'y
land of the Estate of John Broom, de
ocased, and on tihe southl and wesatb
lands of J. Russell Black, and Aaron E.
All that pice, parcel or tr'act of
landl, known as the "Little River
Place", conltaining ONE IIUNDRIED AND)
V~il.ff ACREs, moreoOr less, anud hound
od b~y lands of John Leitncr, Christian
L~eitnler, James Mann and others.
TERMs OF SALE:
One-third of the puirchiase-mnoney to
be p~aid ill cash, anid tile balance iln two
equlal annual inlstalnlents, from tihe
(lay of sale, withl interest Oil such bal
ance from said day, p~ayab~le atnnually'
said balance to be secumred by tile bond
of theo purchaser an~d a mortgage of
tile premises sold; tile purchaser to
have tihe optionl of pa1yinig tile whlolo of
the purchase-money in cash; and thle
pulrchazser to pay for all necessary
J. R. BOYLES
Judge of Probate.
Probate Jiudge's Office,
Winnsboro, S. C.,
November 28, 1883.
-Buy Zeigler Brothers' Ladles', Misses'
and Childreni's Fine Shoes5.
WIT TKOW SKY!
CHARLOTTE, N. C.,
OFFER EXTRAORDINARY IN
DUCEMENTS TO PEOPLE WHO
ARE DOING THEIR TRADING B3Y
OUR MAIL ORDER DEPART
MENT IS SO ARRANGED THAT
"SIIOPPING" BY MAIL IS, REN
DERED EASIER AN) IS OFTEN
MORE SATISFACTOlILY DONE
ilAN IN PERSON.
T.WMIYVERS OF INQUIRY ARE
PROMPTLY RESPONDI)ED TO.
3AMPLES SENT AND ESTIMATES
YIVEN. WE GUARANTEE SAT
AGES FOR OVER TEN DOLLARS
[N AMOUNT, FREE OF EXPRESS
)R MAIL CHARGES.
WE KEEP EVERYTHING THAT
[S NEEDED TO CLOTIIE MEN,
EOUTIIS AND BOYS, LADIES,
AISSES AND CHILDREN, IN
3LUDING A COMPLETE LINE 0:
[iADIES' AND MISSES' UNDr..
WVEAR, AND IIAVE TIlE BES'L
D) iPESSMA KING ESTAIMISIDIENT IN
SEND US A TRIAL ORDER.
WITTKOWSKY a BARUCH.
ECEIVED Gilt-Edge But
ter, fresh and sweet, .Cream
Checeso and Prunes, Newv Or
leans Molasses, with a good
many other goods. Call soon
and get bargains at S. S.
Received this D)AY GOSi[EN
UTTERE, Cheese, Rnisins,
Dates, Almonds, English Wal
nuts, Tomatoes, Penehes, Fresh
and Pickled1 Sahnion, "resh andl
Pickled Mackcerel, Sardines,
SOysters and Lobsters, .Pottedl
and1 Devilled Meats, (Gan Pow
der, Young Ilyson andh English
Ureakcfast TEAS, SUGARS,
Coffees, Syrups, VINEGAR,
Flour, Meal, JBacon, Ferris's
HTams~ and Ureakfast Strips,
uckwheat and OATMEAL,
Cabbage, Apples, Onions anid
Potatoes. All of which will bo
SOLD ATl TH'IE 1.0WESTI
S. S. WOLFE'S.
Patent Pro-cess Unickwhieat Flour, Choice,
'ancy anid Patent Family Flour, L ondon
[anyer- RaisIns, Cr-eam Cheese, Pilneaio 1
.1heese, Imlported M~acaron i, .Imported
P~iles and Sauce, Imiported anmd D~omestic
ardines, Salmon, Mackerel, Cox's Gelia
lie, P'owd~eredi and Cut-Loaf Sugar, (.rat
dl and Sliced P~I~ineapple, Okra and1( Tomna-.
ocs, Pears, Peuache's, Tomatoes, Succotash
md many olheor goods I that line. In
s full of FRIESIH STOCK of the vecry best
I have a large stock of heavy BOOTS
mdi SHOES 1'r wvomen anid men, that
nzust bo 80old by Janiuar-y 1st, r-egar-dless of
proflt. Also heavy goods for p~ants and
loats. Price no object. I waent money.
A.LL FOR CASH ON TnHE SPOT.
R. M. IHUEY.
Derpete andi Eouse Wralthing Goods, The
Largest 3tock fSouth of Baltimere. Megue*,
Eat Crumb Oloth, Windowha
Upoht Engraving' Chroutos, Picture
JAII A OO0IKEEY AUGUSTA, GA.
TIIIS MORNING AT NINE O'CL
on tho market at a regular sacrifico.
WE NEED IONIEY and MUST 11
to get goods at prices only ofrered b~y
This has been the prediction of som
the conclusion that they were better 1i
ALL PARET1S INDEBTED TO
IT STANDS. A
STOVES A SPECIALTI
I have in store the largest stock of
Cooking an1d Ilcatting STOVEl
ever brought; to Wimshoro. At tho iva
of the list; is tihe Charter Oak, No. 8, wit
aill tIle latest improveleiits, ineluding ti
wondermful wire anz ovn-l dloor. Othe
size:. of t e saillo Stoves and N os. 7, 70, 7
&c., of ot her first-class cooks. Mornilin
I'ght, Centennial, Cooks Jewel (rawolvinj
Io), wmproved l.o, Crown, Cottonl Optlon
Iill A rp, Gul f Stat's, I Aonl, Magnate, &c
All siz's of 1,T EA',IES, for COA l o
WItni. Grattes, (pen Frankllns, aid lt
StIoves from 1$6.m up. Stove trinunillill.
tun Imarts oil hand or- splield promptly
The) "'Iam ily COPPF, lmmsTrie, supplhe;.
[ Iog telol wn t. Is air-tight, and1i1 roast
pefclI to :1 lio1unds coll've. Will Ill tll
s v . I'rie $. 200.
Fi'ilAl1 l:Ms, SI'K1S and 11U1.13k, a full
tock. To shops I sell very close. Writ
01r cnll for prices.
PLO)WS and plow blades. I have ia fev
af the iou isille I 'lows that I will os
ouit. Will h'ereafter' run the LI1a l)l*:l1.
Ihe st low-priced chilled plo0w.
lasses, N FW4~ Ilhiekhwheat. I'Iour, Iliirnie
fast lhuit, Il oloihm Sauisag,.e, No4. I Mark41
namiied blow ats to thle excel lencee of thle
A. llrice, WV. .J. Iberi-on, Saml. ('atharti
Mrs. *J. Ihea r a ti (others.
T[wo) I11un11red lhushies lIed Htust-Proo
J. H. CUMMINGS.
While we have sonmo good suits at s7.r0
S9, $10 andl $12, the variety at $:3.r50 an
515 Ia much greater, andl embihraces man
very desIrable andl Ihnd.someW muixtures, en
both In walkin g coats 1and4 sacks. Th'ere I
no discount on the wool-It's the genuhn
artie. The gairmuents aire of stylish shiapes
Iewedi wIth silk, well muade anid nicel1
trimmed. D? yOti conitemilato buyingi
it sonI so, you shiouid see test
when coinng to Columbia. If there I:
aniythilng unlder' 1.11 s1un in Fall and Win
tor apparel that you requ11iro you caind 11I
li our stock.
To theO ladies or Wil~nnbo wo wIsh t<
nunitIec thaft we have the largest stock (
Iloys' Clothuinh Clonbtia. .loys' schioo
Fl hdress suits; also a hanl1dsome1 line( 0
K1Ilts for the little onesM, and1 mado41 amt
In nnued In the hatest styles. We als<
guaranttee a plerfect fit.* A Il orders senmt t<
miy addrl ess wIill r'eceive promphlt attent1iton
aind If they (do not suIt or flt, y'ou can rc
turni thtemt by paying hialf oxpress.
H h L TONSC
N H E 0. O -
30K I WILL THROW THIS STOCK
AVE IT. Now, if over, is your timo
3 of our competitors. We havo come to
iformed than we thought they were.
US WILL PLEASE SETTLE AT
eT THE HEAD.
That it is the acknowledged Leader in
the Trade Is a fact that cannot be dis
t MANY IMITATE IT-NONE EQUAL ITI
Tho Largest A rled,
-i The Lightest itun1ning,
'I'he most, ieauiful Woodwork.
ANI) IT IS VARRANTED
o b made of the best Imiatelrial.
'To do ally and all kiliils of work.
To be coiplete in every respect.
For Sale by
J. M. BEATY & CO.,
Winnsboro, S. C..
Agents wanted In unoccupied territo
DJOMESTC SEVING MACHIINE CO.,
lm and IFreet urI I n u.a.ty fr io - . enr., of
Prm n St. IiI. 00 411 ry. or 1 -
. n.. - t . -.i., 'i a ' I - a at m .
-c l xl'Ia t I. I
b ~ate .. .a a . . i f Or
Ch y. -Cty
li~ad. ta at ay.~t :i~.. itt N
i e a l a i a I. 'a othin.
ri ce -tt c. m. 1 ..a Ier bati.
ho tlb jal Dr i:ix mIa >I Ia~aa - lain it~e1n
Solri e Prop:ri j act, . tc
Walhatlla, S. C. UJ. eJ. A.r.
Come and see the largest and best se
lected stock MillInery, consisting of
T1rhmmed Pattejrn liata nad lionnets, 9un
tinuneitd g~oodsl, Velvets, Sat Ins, Rtlhlbons,
Flowers, T'p1s, Pl unes, IlIIrdsaindn lFeath
era, all colors, Crapes1 Illusins, lilack and1(
White 1Laces, L oTe, Grapi~e, Veils, lhiarego,
Ti'ssure and1( Parlsienneo Vcllinig, llair
Switches tromn 75 cents upi, Curls, hangs'
Croquetries for the hair, Crepe, Lisle amd
other lluchitngs for thne niek, FichaIus, (Co..
harettes anid Tics, and all kinds of Fancy
A full stock of ILadies' iad MIsses'
1Hoslery. Irlin, bIsle, SIlk andI Kid
Glloves, all colors and new styvles. An ars
sortmniait of Ldieis' iad ANIIsses' c~olored(
aind white Corsets, all sizes. .1oop1 SkIrts,
Dress SieLlds andI Palpitators. Ilandker
'hilefs ini vari'ety, fronm Coitton to SIlk. Silk
FarInges, P assemrentei TJrimmiin g, Vel vet
JRibbonas, UI'rids anid other D~ress TIrlim
mings, lluttons in great vartlety, styles
and( prlees, at
J. 0. BOA Q'S.
A fuill stock of NotIons of all kInds.
Lades'a Linenr and Lace Collars, Zepihyrs,
Saxony, Berlin and Shetland JHoods. Chiul
dreni's Zephy'r Hoods and Sacques, Shawls
andI Boulevard Skirts, at
All kinds of White Goods, WhIte Lace
and Muslin CurtaIns, (CretoInnes, &c. &c.
Also a full andl complete line of D'ress
Goods of various fabrics, styles arnd
Lries from Calicoes, Worstedl, Cashmeres,
Silks and Satins'-your can find any thinrg you
-wan~t In that line and at arny price. 'These
goods we are deterinedIC to sell cheap arnd
real nre stock.
Our stock of Shoes of all kinds wIll 1b0
sold at and1( below COST, as well as hleavy
pi)ce good s for Men's wear, andi other
goods that WO (10 not intend keep~ing after
Ip~resent stock of samo Ia sold. We mean
what we say.
J7. 0. BJOAG,
FIFTEEN more of the
NEW 1110H ARIM DAVIS MACHINES,
The best Machine on tihe market, and
gives perfect satIsfactIon In every partlcu
a, n aeneral favorIte with tihe ladles.
E~very Machine WARRUANTIED In every
partilr'. No family sh~ould be wIthout
onte. Send ordler or come all and bury one.
J7. 0. BOAG.
A lot of BUGI4ES and H1ARNESS.
WAlT FOR THEM.
___ J. 0. BOAG.
OATMEAL, Buckwhieat and New Crop
New Orlane Ugolaseos.
I. ). oKASThRR & 00.
VWliuto Oakt Stanldrd
ALSO IN STORE :
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH.
UL4YSSE ". DESPORTES.
JS NOT GOOD TO CLEAN THE
teei oft a comb or a ross-cut saw, but it
TEETH OF HUMAN BEINGS
As NO other preparation can. It is per
fectly hirmiless and promptly efficient.
25 cents a box.
W. C. FISIER,
Wholesale Agent, Columbia, S. C.
For salo lin Winnsboro by MCMASTER,
.UCE, & KETCIIIN.
R( REAL REMEDY!
NEITHER MYSTISAL NOR INDIAN hUT 8OIEL
YhFI0 AND SPEOIFC.
A REMEI)Y of o'er twcnty-flive ears staun .
A ItEM EDY more pompilaw at home, and he
* bedt known, than all otlier rematicaof t kind.
A Ui14,ii0n1 eilorsed by the best Physician
and Dlruggists a its htom e.
A IEMEDY that Mr. C. W. O'Noll, Goodwateo
Ala., says raised his wife from an invalid's bod
and lie believea at'cd fierife.
A EMEI)V of which a prominent Atlanta
nierchattsaid, "1 would havogiven8500assooyA
as I would a niekle for what two bottles of yoU
mediciino did for my danghter."
A IEMEDY in reyard to whicht S. J. CassoUl
M. . Drugist of Thomasvillo Ga., ays: "I
can recall ustanCos in which ItqfforcfA
'fter at the usual remnedles htadfaucez.
A itEM1EA)Y about which Dr. It. B. Ferrell, TAe
CIrango, ain., writes: "I havo used for the last 20
years the medicine you are putting up and
considor it the best combinat oit over gotten
together for the diseases for which it is recony
A IEEMEDY of which Dr. Joel Branham Atla
tn. said: "I hate examincd the recipe and avo
hesitation in advising its use, anI confidenug
A R1MEI)Y which the Rev. Hf. B. Johnuel
near Marietta, ia., says ho has used in his faa.
ily with tho "utmost satisfaction" and reco
mended it to three familios "who found it tobt
ust what it 1a recommnended."'
A titMEDY of wvhich Pemberton, Ivorgon, &
D~enison say: 'We have been selling it for many
ears. with constantly increasing sales. Tho a
t'ele tIs a sa lo with us, anud 01One absotesmerit."
A 1IE I101) of which l.n mar, Iankin & Lamnar
ray: "Wo soldi SOfross in fonrmonths and never
erol It in any nuee hnt whati itws wanled again."
A 1tL01iii1Yby which Dr. liaugh, of La~rango,
Ga., rays: "I curedl on1e of the most obstinato
cants of VICAnitUs MRCRTnUATION thlat ever
camne wit huiunay knlowledge, with a few bottles."
A IEMED)Y of which lDr. .1. C. Hiuss Notasulga
Ala .,u's:~ I alm fully convinced that it is unf
rivale or that class of diseases which it claims
A IR10MtEDY nbonutwhich Mal. John C. Whiter',
of Atlanta, well anld favoraU yknown all over
theo United Btnte.s us ationerai insuranco Agont-,
psayi: "I used this remedy before the wvar on a
large plantation on a~ gurent number of css
alwta w ifh aloJIiuite suwcs." css
A 1tli lll)Y abouit whtich Mr. 3. W. Strange, of
(Cartersvillo, (Ga., critles that 01ne bottle cured
two m)embers (If his family of nmnstrualirregg.
larity of muan y ers stand ing.
A 1REMEDY that. is cIIEAP'SLt TIIAN ANY OTHR
MHuicINE of its kind in the world, becauco 1 Cz
2 nIO~rLKS WILL CUatS TiHE MOST OBaT1NATE CASE,.
Tis onEKAT POP'ULAnI nIEIDY is BnADFIELD a
'EiilAI.ri R~OUA'ron W~oman's BestFriend.) For
sale by all Dru ~sa. Prico: Small sizo 70 centa.
Bolo l'roprietor and Mannfacturer
No. 1088. P'ryor Street, ATI.ANTA4 0A.
Swift's Specific has h~cen tho means of brlngihg
'.wauith and happiess to thtouisands who were pro.
noun~ced incurable of Biood and Skin Diseases.
HEAR THE WITNESSES!
hIam orn tiat Rwift's Speeific saved my life. I
was ter :ibly l,<isonied with Malaris, andi was giv3
up t'odie. Swift's8 Spcifllerelieved mepromptl y~
untirely. I think it is the greatest remedy of The agb.
C. (I. SP'ECER,
Sup't Glas WVorks, Rome, Ga.
8. i. S. cures the worst forms of Scrofula, Old
5"'e", (1b Uicers, Eremla, lherpes, and all Blo'od o
-.mI: lhm,r. It clliminates' the P'oison from til
jiim d, and drives it, out through the pores of t oe
hl.\D SCR'TOFULIA FOR 17 YEARS.
r have rufferedi from Scrofnla ahont l'/ years. Tile
disaae behus mostly confied to my leg and ankles
lay shuit ihones wero covered with la idco an
<ne arn rii o llen', ?jfeIISh, annat the orlor was almtni nEy*
be.rralu', All remedties andt treatments which I tried
fadedu to do, mc enyv good. At last I began taking
H. r:. S., cnatiuin g o'r about fenr months, andi I A)
(Si''A INLYI W FlI.L, I took 8. S. 8. uinder the
Aultervr iin (If a l~ihylcin of 261 'cars' active prito
ilee, lby yoiur order. Previous to king S. B, S. I at
ilmes could senreely walk:. Now Ilcan walk ali day,
and i uva l than S. . awld it oal or tycua
o.&f /uue o t Tn '110. McIPAilEND,
5l4 Fonii'dry Street, Atlanta: Ga,
The neat of thIs diseaso e i n tk3 .BlAI.
$10.00' would not purchase from me what S. 5.,
hats otekd in imy case. I cured me of Malara
Jthoumattim. AltChIIIIC TiIIOMAS
Ediitor JEpulican, Springfleld,'lfonn.
A neg was cnred of a violent caso of Rlhoni,
tla'm by 1. 8. 8. WVithont tile romd, he would h~
died. ~ VM.Tambling dhiats, . Q.
Write for a copy of the little book-free.
000 REWARD will be paidtoa
$1000 ~Chemist wh'io will find, on anal
of 10 bottles of S. S. B., one particle of meron*
iodide potassium or any minernf substatice.
TUIE SWIFT SPECIFIO C0.,
Drawor 8, Atlanta, Gs,
Thousands of wom a over the land testi.
fto the wonder'fulo eas o~ this great rema
dyitWill not only shorten labor andiqe
the iesty of ni and ueris oo
expsressicmn but trthan alli hvl
draly d i ho th 4~C
DWID tienta o*~