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nTzs or Tn NEwS AND HREALD.
iaweekly edition, four dollars r annum,
n adVane.' Weekly edition, wo-dollats
ai)er annum In advance; two dollars .and
fty 6ents psr atum, it hot pald' in ad
lUATE Yon 4DvnTisi.-Oie- dollar
r iInch (solid minion) f6r the 'first inser.
tion, and fifty cents per inch for each sub
, 1jiuent insertlon. These rates apply t
. '.!rtisnI1tnts of every character, an are
jlyalbe stiictly In advance. Obituariis
i.ulit i iiutles of respect are charged for as
Svertiiioit8, blirriage notices, and
pasiile annoouncxenents of deaths, are pub
,wo free., taid arew ollited. LAberal ternis
Administrator's Notice-T. K. El
-Job work done* i1) the neatesvtyle
at Tn NEW8 AND HERA LD Office.
-Captain T. H. Olarlje, of the Cain
den bar, was in town on Monday.
-A nice shower ot rain would b
appreclitted just now by our farmers.
-"Some fine bananas have been on
the market during the past few.days.
We har that aanunber,.of gentle
4m) of t p 111 attend the coUmVen
tion 't ma next2eek.
-Tpachers' pay cofIftcafes and,' 4
proved county. paper bought for cash
RAGSDALE & RAGSDALE.
--How are you going to spend the
summer? This question has been
ftequently asked within the past week.
-Read the new advertisement of
Q. D. Willi'ord & Co., which appears
in this issue and see what they are of
fering in dry goods.
-We noticed several wagons loaded
with cotton on our streets on Monday.
it seema that some in our county are
able to hold their cotton.
Mr. D. Macaulay,. of Chester, a
brother >f our csf6derd Jow nsman,
Mr. D. J. Macaulay, has been spend
ing several days in town.
-Subscribe for Ti NE)VV AND
HERALD., The cam paigd is opening
and all our citizens should have their
county paper to learn what is going
-We are glad to chronicle the re
turn of our young friend Mr. Jas. S.
Elder, who spent last year in Illinois.
We learn that lie was well pleased with
-Mr. ativaiet, of tho OinaiP& Stew
art Company, who are working some
of the granite of Fairfield recently re
turned from an extended business trip,
and inforins us that -lie has made a
number oC contracts for furnishing
-The annual session of the Grand
Lodgo of, the Indepniunt Order of
Odd Fellows ivill' met in. Chester on
the 12th May. All railroad companies
wvill issu'e rounid-trili tiekets to all rep
resentatives at five cents per mille for
4,-Now is' the time'to get 'a good
'-neiniati Open--or Top Buggy, Thiee
spring Wagon, Turnout Seat Buggy,
Platform Spring or Farmer's Wagon,
with'shafts or 'p6le,, Single or. Double
M arness, cheap for cash' or bankable
paper, from.J. 0. BIOAG.
-A' r'dnavay on our streets on Mon
day attracted a good deal of attention
i mule to a .one-horse wagon took
fright and ran down Congress street,
draggilig the driver'for somne distance,
but he freed himself from the lines and
gaining his feet, outrun the mule
which must have been a lien one, and
halted before .any damage , had been
-Mrs. Boag has now, opened her
stock of Spring and Summer Millnery,
to-whioh she respectfully invites the
inspection of her friends and patrons
genierally. Call early and be suite'3.
SA full stock~ of Dry -Goods, Fancy
Goods5, Notions, Greceries, and every
thing usually found in the general
mnorelgatdise line. All to be found at
tliestereof J. 0. Bo6a as low as the
~'Tuit F'ARiuE MEFTING.-All should
rceiia'ii the meeting called by the
President fdf tijo,farnbra of the count
- t/y on the 24th inst. - It promises to be
an interestipg sheetinigand all farmers
should be present and take part. in the
meeting. Questions of .vital impor
tance will be discussed and all should
RIIDGEWAY hIGH SCco,. -The fol
' lowing pupils of the Ridgeway High
School received for the month ending
*12th 'Aprl. piarks. over 95--maximumn
ttit Simpson...f......... 98*
*Dephin Dospotes........: 98
Belle Moore.................. 96j
TH E WATEn Borrr.a.-The following
is the report of the policeman oli the
water supply measurements taken on
Court-house cistern.....8 10
eopot cistern............12 8
Elliott's cistern............. 9 5
Fienniken's cistern...........11 0
Matthews' cistern............7 7
Phillips' cistern.............9 2
- Thbro has been' corislderable de
*crease in the supply since the -lhs tre
LIGHT FORl THlE TOWVN.-We havo
been informed by one of our town
officials that the Coneil have pur.
*chased sti gasolino lamps from a firm
in Atlanta, and that the lamps oni Main
wtee will nu a-fed..nIghts be lighted
'ah-his fd. , hoy. also purehased
a handlyp:~ to use the same duid, for
teTown Hall. Several towns of the
*.State have made purchases of the Com
pany, and express themselves as being
pghlygpieased,. as it gives A.mAoI
btieter Hiht than' th 06ninnon oil. 1
*111 be quite an lhprovemont on kero
s0ne oil, and our Council havo doubt
loss shown wisdom in the purchaso.
PREPAINO FOR TIE CHANG1X.-Al
ready the authorities of the Charlotte
Columbia & Augusta Railroad ar<
doing work, preparatory to narrowlin
'the guage of the road. Hland-cars art
at work taking up some of the spike
and placing them in the required die
tance for the change .on the first o
June. The rolling stock is being
changed at the shops in Columbia, and
it is pyoposed to do all the work in v
few hours, and without interruptioi
of the regular schedule. Sectio!-mas.
tore have received their new hand.cari
and' will be ready on the appointed
TiHE Poon MULE's FRIEN.-We
called attention sometime ago to this
invention, which had been patcuted iy
h gentleqian of Macon, Ga., and whicb
pr omised to revolutionIze the cultiva.
tion of cotton. It is a kind of sweep,
and has been examined by a number
of promin6nt farmers of our county
and. pronuneed by them an excellent
JM inforM0q4ymr. W. J.
IMf the ,agent of th "Company,
tiM. itw4ll be tested- on- tbe 24th inst.,
When all the farmiere of the county will
0an0 portsinfty of seeing. what
9,.d of Wbrk ct-be'done With it. If
i d6eswhat i4 p romised for it by the
Coinpany, it will eertainly be quite an
addition to onr present. agricultural
THE PALMETTO ASSOCIATIbN.-The
closing entertainment of tie season
was given by the Palmetto Mutual
Improvement Association at the Pal
metto Quarries on lastFriday evening.
Handsome invitations had been sent
out by the committee of arrangements
sometime previous to the occasion,
and on the appointed evening quite a
crowd of young ladies and gentlemen
had assembled to enjoy the hospitality
of the Association, and to spend a
while in social intercourse. The first
t' , g of the evening was a meeting of
f Association, to transact any busi.
fless Which might properly come -be
fore it. This over, the mus'c was
commenced, and all took partners for
a quadrille, the opening dance of tihe
evening. The dancing was kept up
until an early hour in the morniig,
When approaching (lay told them how
pleasantly the time had glided away.
Refreshments were served at proper
intervals, and added much to the en
joynient of the crowd. Winnsboro
was well represented on the occasiol,
and all speak of it as tihe most brilliant
affair of the season. All loft the Hall
feeling that it had been a most delight
ful evening, and anticipating wvith
pleasur~e the next entertainment to be
given by tihe Association.
FRANK L~psLIE's POPULAR MONTHLY
FOR MAY.-"Socialistic Movements in
England and the United States," which
opens the May nlumber of Frank Les
lie's Popular' Monthly, is a most time
ly and well writ ten article. It reviews
all tile ideal schemes put forward to
bring about a state where all shall
have equal enjoyment with the least
possible labor, where there shall be 110
wealth, nO crime.. The article on1
"Poetic Dancing" discourses of the
ballet and its royal founder, King
Louis XIV. William Elliott Griffis
takes a stroll through old Yeddo, and
interests us in old Japanese life. "Thme
F'ruit-ships at New York" will surprise
many who have little idea of the
enormouis value and variety of foreign
fruits that are brought every year to
tis one port, wvhichi 1n tIs respect has
no rival on earth. "The American
Goldsmith," by Walter Edgar McCann,
brings tihe reader to know anld appre
ciate one of tihe most endulrinmg of
American poems, "The Old Oaken
fucket." "Weimar-on-the-Ilm."' tells
very entertaininigly of tile city asso
ciated with Goethe, Schmiller, Herder,
Wieland and Lizst. Mr'. Holder
treats of the "Electricians of thme Sea,"
the various kinds of fish to which
nature has giveni electricity as a defense
and a power. "The Etna of the Antil
les" describes our nearest volcano, as
"Stonehenge and the Druids" recalls
tho long past. The stories by Florence
Marryat, Charles L. Hildreth, W. Hi.
Waitt, Ellinor Brooke and others, hre
all capital and tile minor articles full of
Mr. Tamura's Lecture.
The lecture of tLe Rev. Naomi
Tamura, in the Presbyterian church
on last Friday night, attracted a very
large auditory. The services were
conducted by tile Rev. D. E. Jordan ;
the R1ev. John Glass reading an appro
priate selection from the Holy Scrip
Mr. Tamura took for is subject,
Old and New Japanl, and considered it
under three heads-(1) manners and
customs, (2) education, and (3) reli
gion. Each of these was treated in~ a
manner extremely simple, but very
strong, and equally attractive, from its
very simplicity. Mr. Tamura's Elng
lish, of course, is strongly togched
with the accent of his native tongue,
but the attenitive listener lost few, If
any, - of his words-certainly not
enough of them to interfere with a
ready understanding of the speaker.
dlldging from this lecture, the compass
of his English vocabulary is not exteni
sive, but this fact rath~er strengthens,
thlough it does not ornament, his style.
Hlis simple Saxon-English is stronger
for its being little infected with foreign
derivations. Mr. Tamura's style ie
natural, earnest and effective, his ges
tures graceful;i and he keeps his audi..
ence Witi him throughrit his dis.
I coirse. Taken altogother, his lectup
was'a strong presentation of his there,'
and must bear fruit In an increase of
interest and of effort In behalf of
. Mr. Talnura went fIoll here to
Columbia, where he preached on Suti-.
'rtIN VA LVe OF MERTA hA.
.3ce8rs. .ditors:.A' ii time when
it Is so ommion to speak contemi'tu
otisly of silve', .. I i.s interestiig to
know What was thought of, It by
Xenophon, the GrCelan historlan aud
philosopher. Lie says: "Silver does
not resemble the other prod'uations of
the earth. Let iroil or copper1ecome
cottunon, to such a point that voi-k of
these iterials sell too cheap-and the
workmen are completely ruined. The
same Is true of agricuituristt, il years
when wheat, vino oi fruits are very
abundant. With silver it Is qui(f the
coiiti'ary.. . The moro.nires, are found
and the more f hey are' vork 01--lie-ore
we see citIz6i eager to poss s them.
In case of. wat'.sleyr is also necessary
to support the troos ad to pdf the
allies. It will perhaps be objected
that'gold is at least- as us'eftl, as silver.
I shall not maintain the contrary; P
will simply remairk that if' gold 'sliould
become more common thip silver, the
latter would rise ir value and gold
would itself fall." ir.
Liko an Old Creaky Window Shutter.
That is the way a man's rheumatic
joints somLtimes are. Hinges old,
rusty and worn, and badly need oiling.
The trouble is in the blood. A man
who is of any account Is worth re
pairing. The repairing can be done
by means of Brown's Iron Bitters.
Enriches and purifies the blood, drives
out tile pains, and works coinilete rle
storation. Thousands testify to it
from happy eXI)rience. Mr. .C.. H;
Huntley, 918 North Sixteenth st., st:
Louis, says: "I used Brown's Iroln
for rheumatism, general debility and
prostration, with the best-results." *
-There has been a reduction of 267
in the clerical force of the lnited
States Treasury Departmient under the
Moseof the diseases which afillct mankind are origin
alle by adiorerd conutonhof the .IR
the Liver, Bilouiness~ Nervous Dyspepea .K
tion. Irtegularity of the Bowel,, oontipatio . -
bency. Bructations and Burning of the aoh .
(sometimes canled Heartburn), Miasma, Ma.
Bloiody-Flug, ohills .andeFever. Blrakbone Fever,
Exhaustion before or after Fevers, oIhronio Diar.
rhwLose:*s*of ppe*teHeaach,''B~ Breh
a"n* ;STA DIGE R'S A URANTIl
Ichanges the' complexion from. a.wx, yelo
tinge, to a ruddy, healthy color, It ent'el reAnoves
low, gloomy apirits. It is one of the- MEST AL..
TERATIVES and PURIPISRS OP THE
BLOOD, and-Ia A-VALUABL.E TONIO.
For sale by allDruggist.,_Pricegl1.00 per bottle.
C. F. ST ADICER, Proprietor,
140 80. FRONT ST.. Philadelphia,' Pa.
A LL personis havig claims a natlit the
.1.Estate of J. K. McCarley, (lecased,
are hereby nlotlfk d to present thle same,
duly attested, to the nurll ined.
T, KC. ELLIOTT,
Apl20tlx2 ' Admninistrator'.
S mA ED 'on)osaLs for the rento
thle market, for the yearll commencing May
1, 1880, will be received by the T1own
Councll of Winnsbor'o up to A pril :30, 1886,
at 12 o'clock, m., I. N. WITLIIERS,
- .Clrk of Couincil.
NORMAN PERCH ERO(N STALhlON
May be found as follows, nntil furthero:
Winnsboro, March 29-31.
Blac~kstock, AprIl 1-3.
Bell's Bridge, Aril 5-10.
Blackstock, AprIl 15-17.
Bell's Bridge, A pril 19-24.
Wlnnsboro, ArIl 26-28.
Blackstoek, ArIl 20, 30, May 1.
Bell's Bridge, May 3-8.
Winnsboro, Mays 0-12.
Blackstoek, May 13-15.
Bell's Bridge, May 17-22.
Winnsboro, May 24-26.
Blackstock, May 27-29.
Other appointments wvill be announced
"Major Is a beautiful red bay, black
Inane andl tail, nine years' oldi, a good
walker, anid works well'iln harness, He
was bred and raised by E. Dillon & Co.,
Bloomihingto, Ills.; was sired by celebrated
St. Laurent, a horse wvhose reputation and
record as a breeder are not excelled by
those of any draft stallion on thme (Contl
nent. St. Laurent is also tile largest, hoov
lest-boned and miost powerful N orman
horse ever imported to tihe United States.
Notwithstand Ilng Major's Immense size lhe
possesses mrny nu Ie pimnts seldom found in
so large a horse-such broad, flat legs,
massive quarters, wvonderful shmoulders
rIsing wvell 0on the wetheors, .elegant'archmed
neck, a fine head wvell set on, large, r'xpres
sive eyes, for which his colts are all noted.,
Teorms--Tw~enty dollars Insurance, or
fifteen dollars season,
Mares froum a distanlce will be pastulred
on1 reasonable terms,
HI. 11. ADAMS,
Mar23tx3m Wilnnsboro, S. C.
TN bo found at F. W. Habe
nichit's: Fino Ginger Binndy,
Blackber'ry Brandy, Old Whiskies,
Pure Rums, Pure Gins, Tolu Rock.
and Rye, Tolu Tonic, Cider, Porb'
Wino, Sherry Wino, Seltzer Wa.
ter, Usit., general. kept in a
fls-lasv Liquor Es ablihmneht,
at F. Wffabenicht's.
FOR OOUOHS AND CROUP USA
.0 A =nG -0 0 same
strwoth M 4,m
,ea ndeker B;ro.m
*Mu Idating ex erRtutolpi. that bornes
thie 4'.. orkla~pengb ad stmu.
f a r%34. n p ib eroup sa
ersandth7etrad eealy,a oth in o sand
4 whe 00j1 Il, ir
I. LsdjkI@tts*f* & preo
Sutok f now
Wet he a0 Aiesgoteto
I='es G4ds from 0 UeNtup
ri4lck an ld Sis. r
and I ;.n oiisp rcr b r it -
. ant trd ena', bo a
tW~1)es arewgent for t t p.
MN'WE ITA EMIDRS
i oE neS
Res p e tully
IVe have hfinc- [A ortWnSt ofI
Good iarsi cents apece,
goo Cias 3 oread 10ycents goo
gars afre25acnts, fine Chigars
THE O'ST AN'.CIJORY' OFi FlltFEL
oeped by -
P.RLENECI(L & CO.,
neGooCretir 2V. E.Aens Druge
gtors a o 5cns ieCgr
County tat o soty aroply,~ kiept
anhd that the prpietor oS alen tly
poet t(oopee tr E Austomers Dsrug
WI.ESAULIUOR , BIAR
and that the proriEosT MEA alind ther
BIGGEST DRINK for less money than
any iouso in 'theZ County. Therefore, we
recommnendl the public to patronize themn.
DAVY JONES, Forenitan.
Otard, Dupoy & Co.'s Cognac
Brandy, Trib e Flavor HollandI
Gin, G. H. Muimm & Co.'s Chamn
pagne, Ross's 3Royal Belfast Gin-I
ger Ale, Puiro Jamaica . Rum,
Genuine Port and Sherry Wino,
at T. W. Jabenicht's Saloon.
Notice to Famner.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
SO NOW COME ANI) LOOK AT TIHE
Nixon's Patent Ifeel Sweep.
Cotton Plainters-three kinds.
111110 Grass Sulky PIlow.
Walter A. Wood's Rieapers andl Mowers.
Taimer & Delaney Engines.
Early Field Seed Corn.
Early Garden Seed Corn.
(Carden Seed-all kinds.
Come and mako selection from my stock,
or give order for what you need. I deal
TRADE 4 MARK.
InthWmne growintCountries or Europo,
tihous oithis Mdiediatod.Wine is inivcrsal.
Itis composeLoftie mnost approved.
-which are introducedinto a-puro
being its medicalbasis,itis confidondly
recommonded as a cure andprovontive of
FEVER AND AGUE,
indall olier disea ses originating from.
-13 u0 0 O-"
andimproving the Socretions,Cl'ronio,
curoforDyspepsia,Cramp inthe stomach,
Cholera-morbus andkindrod diseases,
GeneralWakneoss,Norvous and Mental
Debility, a souveroignremedyfor LiverI
Complaint.anddiseases of the tidniaes,an
excellent appotizer', anda
without a rival?'
-in shiortifor invijorating altthec functions
oftho system, it is un equalled.
.-D c s u --
A small Wine-glassfull;threetimes a day.
Sold by all Druggists and dealers generally.
TOPAZ CINCHONA CORDIAL CO.,
." SPER TAN'BU'RG. S. C.
Price per Bottle $1.00.
Chlarlotte, (Columulna & Aug~usta. R. it
S 'CIIED)ULE IN EFECTr OCTOBER 4
1885,- Eastern Standard Th'ine.
NO. 63. MAil, AND) uritdS.
Leave Aumgusta................10 a. mn.
Leave W. C. &. A. J1unction.1..12 p. mn.
A rrive at Columbia............1..22 p. in,
Leave Columbia...............1.32 p. in.
Leave Killian's................1.58 p. mn.
Leave Illythewood.............2.13 p. mn
Leave liidgeway. .......... ... 2.34 p. mn.
L eave Simpson's..............2.47 p. im.
1 .eave Winnisboro)........ ......3.02 p. mn.
1.i'ave White Oak..... ........:1..22 p. um.
1I.eave Wodwr'...... ........3.43 p. im.
I .l.ave hli toc... ... ... .......1.50C p. mn.
I .ave (Chester1......... .......1. 15 p. mi.
L eave L ewis'......................2 p,. mi..
Leave Silh's.................10 Ii p. mi.
L~eave 11lock I ill........... ......; p. mi.
1Leave Fort Mill............... .5.20 l, in.
1Leave P'ineville............... 5. .0 p. mn.
A rrive at Ch:lariltt.............*00I p. mn
A iveyt at, Staitesvill............'.i.35 p. mn
Le'ave Statesville'.. . .... .. .. .7..15 a. mn.
L eave (Charlotte................l'. p. m
Leave P'ine'vi le....................27 p. im
Leaive iFort Mill................ ...1.11 p. mn.
Leave lHock lull1.... .... .... ... ..02 p. mn.
Leave Smith's.. .. ....... 22 p. mn.
Leave Lewis'...................2.30 y' mi.
Leave Chester............... .2.441 p. in.
Leave Cornwall's...............031 p. mn.
Leave llackstock..............3.12 p. mn.
Leave Woodwvard's.............18 p. mn.
Leave White Oak.............3.30 p. im.
Leave Wir asboro.............3.48 p. im.
Leave Simpson's..............4.01 p. in.
Leave Rid geway..............4.16 p. in.
Leave Blythewood............4.32 p. mn.
Leave 11tilan's.........,.....4.49 p. mi
Arrive at Colunmbia....... ... ..15 p. im.
Leave -Columbia... . ..... ....6..25 p. mn.
Leave WV. C. & A. Junction..5.57 p. mi.
Arrive at Augusta............9.38 p. mn.
Cniectlin 1. now made at Chester (b~y
trains 52 5 :3) for Lancaster and1 Inter
medla'v points oin C. & C. RI. R., and for
all points on C. & L. R. Rt. as far as New.
ton, N. U.
U. WV. C11E AlS, Assist. (4. P. A.
(. iR. TVALCOTT1, Suiperinitenident.
D). CARtDWELL, A. (4. P. A.
One Cask To'n'nont's X~ Por
tor, Imported, one Cask Bass Palo
Ale, Imported,,one Cask Milwau-.
koo Lager Beer, ono~ Cask Iloss's
Royal Ginger A4B, Tmiprted, one
Cak x ort Lager Boor, at F. W.
Haboic 's aloon.
THEY WILL SAV.E YOU MONEY.
" BVU YEllS DEIGIITED, and lookers surprised. All classes struck dumb
with astonishment. They all say our prices are right. So make tracks for novelties
and BARGAINS. Observe some of our prices: 5 dozen sp>lendid Corsets only 25
cents each. 240 nice ( ape May Straw Hats at 15 cents cach . A large Job Lot of
Ml'e Feit lats worth $3.00, wl , be sold for $1.50. STACKS OF -STRAW GOODS
A good White Shirt worth 75 cents for 50 cents, ant the best $1.00 Shirt In the
Worl(1. Hound to kee) the ball rolling.
Ilead(iuarters for ino Laces and 'nbroiderings. Glad and willing to show you.
Do not spend a cent until you look over them.
AGAIN, look at our Stock of Dress Goods, Calicoes, Gi/ghams, Wliite and
Figured Lawns. They are captivating, enchanting and feqclnating.
NOTIONS, NOTI ONS-'lhe are exquisite, and the great assortment strikingly
GRAND. Large Fancy Dress Ihittons and11 small ones to match. Large uanti tes
of Bleached and Unbleachad Domestics in which we shall not he undersold. Best
French Shoe Polish only 10 cents. Host Sperm Oil for Sewing Machiles-only 10 cents.
REMEMBERl, we keel) the best assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods In
Towni. A large lot of (Genta' Linein Standing Collars at 5 cents each-all sizes. A
Let there be a generous response to our GRAND OPENING. We show what
we advertise. Come early-come quick. Glad to show you-glad to see you.
Q. D. WILLIFORD &CO.
I ~ --FROM
TO THE PUBLIC.
ffif Attention is called to my IMMENSE STOCK o
DRY GOODS, CLOTIIING, HATS, SHOES AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
W My Store is being filled evey day with THE BEST
OF GOODS, which will be sold at R.14GULAR PRICES.
They are considered the CHE-APEST in Town. An,
early inspection is solicited.
G RAND ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS
-A T- -
PRICES GUARANT1.EED TO BE TH-E LOWEST !
JUNST RIECEIVED) : Choleest and( latest styles Dress Goods, Bunt~ings, Cash
mleres, 1Blactk andl~ White Goods, Laces, Edgings, Allovers. Table Dnamasks, Quilts,
l'owels, I )oyhes, Gents' and L~adies' Underwear, TrimmIngs, Corsets, and( ai fi 11 anid
compillete unea ofi I)oiiiestlie Goods.
THEI LARG (ESTI A AD CHLEA PEST LINE OF" STRAWI HATS
FOR LADIES, MISSES, JH EN AND CHILDREN IN TOWN.
Come and( see themi. I will save you. from 10 to 2') per cent. If you will only buy
your line SPRING SllOES from m1e.
r4' Next door to Winnsboro National Bank. D.A E DR X
IT STAN\DS AT THE HEAD.
LIGHT-RUNNING DOMESTIO I
Th'is~ Cuti shows I le niew style of'
w~oodh work thle compiian is no11w intro
WVITHOUT~I A PEERI.
lI itsmechianical construction It lhas
Thl hC NEW LINE OF ATT"IACII.
mmenis that ar'e no0w beIng placed with
- ~ ~ * the I)l MESTFiC are speci(alties. No
othier imiachine hais them.n. Thelse alt n ieh.
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'NEW WOOD WORK(
make the DOMESTIC more thlan evum
wvithout question. the acknowledged
stanidard of excellence.
For' Sale by J. M IIEATY' & 1111., Winnsboro, N. C.
I'E gnt wanted ini nnoccupied territory. Address DOMESTIC SEWING MA
CllINE COMPANY, 901) Maui Street, Richmond, Vai. May28-1y
BUCK-THORN FENCE "A*"'$o$sr*.
EAsY to bid Smplo to rpar Any bright frme a bor smar arm hand cn ,oss the job.
Writo for samnplo and Ciroular. The Buok-Thorn Fenco Co., Trenton, N. J.
T.'I1E above anid Ribibon Wire (same style without harb) Grape TrellIs Wire,
Sheet iron, Black and Galvanizsed Russia Iron, Tin Phate,Va Tne. .
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