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* .TUzU8VAY, APRRi a., s , , , 18se.
TUnus or Tua NEws AND HERALD.
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In advance. Weekly edition, two dollars
er annuin in advance- -two dollars and
cIty cents-per annum, ?f not paid In Ad
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tion, and fifty cents per inch foi each sub
sequent insertion. T'hese rates apply to
advertisements of every character, and are
payable strictly in advance. Obituaries
and tributes of respect are charged for as
advertisements. Marriage notices, and
simple annour.cenents of deaths, are pub
slited free, and aresollelted. Liberaiterms
for contract advertisements,
Clitation-J. R. Boyles, Judge of
Notice-to Trespassers-Geo. B. Mc
-The rain has come at last, but In
very scarce quantities.
-Job work done in the neatest
style at THE NEws AZD JIERALD ofce.
-Teschers' pay certificates and a p
proved county paper bought for cash.
.* . RAGSDALE, & RAGSDALE.
--A local. oditor "is expected. to be
everYwhere and see evefytbitig at one
and the same time.
Row are you going to spend the
Sutnoae, is a question asked on every
--It is rui reid dthfit we ;are to have
a wedding in town soon. Both parties
to the contract-reside here and rumor
says it has boon on hand some time.
-The June -term of the Court of
General Sessions for our county prom
ises to be a short one. There is only
one prisoner in jail awaiting trial.
-Mr. John Alexander, who has
been spending some time In our town,
left for his home In Philadelphia on
-There will be a dance at the
Winnsboro Hotel this evening. Our
young people are anticipating a lively
-Mr. R. A. Gibson who has been
engaged in TnE NEwS AND HERALD
Office for Over thirteen years, left on
Tuesday to make his home in Columbia.
-After surveying the field, we learn
that ROveral candidates for 'political
hon have expressed their intention
to raw from the race,.
have been informed by some
O i rmers that the small grain in
tions ot the county is begin
ning to suffer for rain.
-The sound of the parlor rifle is
heard in the land, and we judge that
the young ladies are practicing for the
shooting contest on the day of the
. -To-day Will bean exciting one at
the Capital with the farmers of the
State. Th 'result of the convention
will be awaited with Ioterest by the
.gF. eW. labonicht is overhaul
hit the entire .ifterioi.. of his bar and
tilliaid rorn, atid expects to make
somne changes which will add much to
-Lair range has been recently dis
cussing the question wether a man can
sow grain, and raise his feed for a
horse and keep him cheaper than buy
liug everything. There are severa
en thusiastie supportersonu both sides.
-There are still some delinquents
on our books from last year who
wvould greatly oblige us by calling and
mgIng settlement. We know that
it is hard times, but' this should only
ma~ke'yoit settle a small bill quicker.
-Mr. D. A. Hendrix has fitted up
his soda fountain for the summer, and
if you wish something cool and re
freshing try his soda. We can testify
to its superiority as wve know whereof
-Now is the time to get a good
Cincinnati Open or Top Buggy, Three
Spring Wagon, Turnout seat Buggy,
Platform Spring or Farmer's Wagon,
with shafts or pole, Single or Double
Harless, cheap for 'cash or bankable
paper, from J. 0. BOAG.
-We learn that the Adjutant and
Inspector General will inspect tihe
Gordon Light Infantry on the 17th
*. May. Tihe Gordons are always in the
front rank of tile companies of' the
State, anid we are safe in saying thlat
the company will not fall short of its
previous record in the coming drill.
-,-Mrs. BJoag *has no0W opened hler
sto'ck of Spring and Summer Millnory,
to whli siho respcifully invites thie
unpletjonfio~rt;fifoids and patrons
generally. Call3 early and be suited.
A'~ fail Afsoo1 cif Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods, Notions, Groceries, and every
thing usually found in the general
merchandise line. All to- be' found at
the store of J. 0. Boag, as low as the
CORREcTlON.-In the card concern
ing the "Poor Mule's Friend" Swoop,
the sentence, "we consider It a fi rat
elass implement anld even worthy of
trial", the last phrase should read,
"well worthly of trial." The card was
In the handwriting of Major Wood
- ward. .
.DEDIOATIION ExERColsEs.-Thme hand
some 0 nellurch which has been
recently completed by the New Hlope
people, wvill be dedicated on thle 3rd
Sunday of May. Tihe Rey. W. W.
Orr, of Huntersville, N. C., has been
invited to 'preach the dedication ser
- mnon, and has accepted the invitation.
Tihe building Is said to be one of the
handsomest churches in the county.
In Tunm SUREME (OURT.--Appeals
from the Sixth Judicial Circuit wlli be
heard by the Supreme- Court, on~ the
4th, 5th, 61h and 7th May. The fol
lowing cases from Fairfld will be
heard: M. A. Pearson and Others vs.
Hazeol, Tounguel. Messrs. Ragedale
& Ragsdale for Appellant, Col. Jas. H.
,Ion forRespondent. J. D. McCarley
vs. W. W. Ketchin. Messrs. McDon
aide & Douglass for Appellant, H. N.
Obear, Esq., for Respondent. Harriet
M. Ketchin vs. -John D. McCarley.
Samne counsel. The Continental In
surance Company vs. Jane J. and G. P.
Hoffnan. 0. W., Buchanan, Esq., for
Appellant, Messrs. McDonals & Doug
lass for Respondent. As a consequence
of the above appeals, about half of our
bar will. be in attendance on the
Supreme Court next week.
A Dakota Man's Mistake.
A man from Illinois got off the North
western train at Estolline the other day
and met an old friend now living in Da
"How's old Jim Stanford prospering
out here?" asked the Illinois man.
"Jini's gittin' 'long poorly, very poor
ly. You di06 Jim made a mistake and
it set him back."
"How'd he make a mistakeP"
"Sot his house on the ground with no
underpinin' under it."
"Well, s'posin' he did, I don't see what
hurt it would do."
"Of course you don't-you live in Illi
"#Well, what hurt did it doP"
'"Why, hang it all, pardner, this Da
koto selo is so darned fertile that the
house took root and growed4'
"It didP Well, admittin' it's so, I
should think it would have been better;
pe'd had a bigger house."
1"Yes, that's what Jim 'lowed at first.
He had a nice two-story, then a three
atory one, and pretty sooi a five-story
"I don't see anything bad about
"No, course not; but when he got up
there, instead of headin' out with a
French roof and a lightnin'-rod, the
blamed house took to branchin' out with
bay windows and piazzers, and pretty
soon the whole thing blowed over and
killed a yoke of brindle oxen for Jim. I
tell you, you can't build houses in Dako
ta. without underpinnin'." - Estelline
Common Sonse at Home.
One of the advantages of a great city
is a ceptain independence which we en
'joy. The rules of fashion or custom are
not so severe. It is only young, inex
perienced people who fOl that they
must have the latest style and tint of
paper, and remake their side trimming
ito box pleatings, when that is the last
mode. In fact, a little dhange from the
prevailing custom is considered original
and rather admired, unless too outre.
For instance, the other day, a friend of
mine determi4ed to see all her acquaint
ances and repay many social calls. She
accordingly sent out her visiting cards,
with "Old-Fashioned 'Tca" written under
the engraved name, and in the corner
opposite the address, added "From
Four to Seven." In the back parlor
the table was simply set with tongue,
sandwiches, the most delicious crullers,
made by her mother, who is famous for
that particular cake, cookies, equally
delicious, also home-n made sponge cake,
chipped beef and cheese. Two young
relatives poureji tea. And'chocolate, and
served the 'refrehments on old family
china, beautiful enough to form the 4
nucleus of a museiin. It is neetdless to
waiy. Lnna exoery>uy uuntie aniu was us
lighted. There was neither bake-shop
confectionery nor dlishes for show, but
all tasted andi tasted, again and again,
exclaiming "Oh, how good it is!"-an
axclamation which your corres pohdent
heartily echoed.-~Mrs. if. Mt. 1ole i
Mischief is Wrought
by bad cooking, tough meats, late
hours, busiiness worries, irregular
livers, sour dispositions, cvii digestion
and impure blood. Much of thuis mnia
chief can be overcome by the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters-the best tonic
ever' made. Mrs. Emilie Crawford,
Reidsvillo, Ga., writes: "After trying
Brown's Iron Bitters we are per
suaded that it is all that it claims to be
--a good and reliable tonic.'" Thou
sands of others speak in like manner. *
.Buceklen's Arnica tialve.
TIIE BEsT SALVE in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all 'kin
Eruptions, and positivel rcures Piles
or no pay required. It s guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price .25 cents per box..
For sale by McMaster, Brice & Ket chin.
An Enterprising, Reliable House.
McMastor, Brico E& Ketchin can3
always be relied upon, not only to
carry in stopk the best of everything,
but to secure the Agency for such
articles as have well-ljnown merit and
are popular with the people, thereby
sustaining ..$he reputation of being
always enterpaising, and ever reliable.
Having secured the Agency for the
celebrated Dr. King's Now Discovery
fbi~ Consumnstion, will sell it on a pos
itive guarantee. It will surely cure
any and every affection of Throat,
LI~uge.anid G3host, And to show oir
confdence, e~ invite yotu to call and
179'IC10 '.O TRESPASSERS.
N and ilfter this date all persons are
Uwarned not to fiA or bathe in my
onsor ogrwstrD8supon my plan
atoas thy ilb ealt with accord
ing to law. . .GEO..B. McCANTS.
Winnsboro, 13. C., April 29, 1886.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAInFPIELD.
By J. 1R. BOYLEBS, Evsq., Probate Jusdge.
W HEJREAS, W. HI. KCERR, C. C. C. P.
hathi made suit to me to grant
him letters of administration of the estate
andl effects of Catherine Bishop, decceased:
These ared.herefore, to cite and adnmon
ish all and singular the kindred and cred
itors of the said Catherine Bishop, do
ceased, that they be and ap pear before me,
in the Court of Probate, lobe held at
Fairfield Court House, 8. C., on the 7th
day of June next after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 27th day of
April Anne DomIni 1886.
P'ublished on the 29th day of April,
1880, In TnEa NEws AND IIER AW,..
J. R. BOYLES
.Apl29t1xo Judge of Proate.
NOTICE TO LAND-HOLDERS.
SLL persons holding or cultivating lands
along the public highways of the County
are warned against trespassing upon the
limits of such ighuways-many egmplaints
having reached the Commissioners.
J. L. RICHMOND,
Anl1K. Chin dA Co. Coim
INSURE your life in the EQUlTABLI!
LIFE of New York, one of the strongest
and most reliable Companies in'the world,
fE MI-TONTINE .POLIer,
non-forfeitable after three annual pay
Insure 11roperty against damage
from fird and lightning.
Policies written in reliable, prompt-pay.
Ing com anies at the lowest rates a lowed
by Soutpleastern Tariff Association.
J. C. CALDWELL,
May19txly Insurance Agen I
Three times a week, fresh from
the sea.. The best fresh Fish that
Charleston. and other markets en
furnish, at Winnsboro Ice House
F. W. HABENIOHT, Proprietor
TIHE GRlAND JURY OF FAIRFIELD
County, State of South Carolina, for the
year 1880, in examining publie buildings
find that the NEW HOUSE recently
GROESCHEL & CO.,
next doore to Dr. W. E. Aiken's Drug
Store, as a
found that it Is neatly and properly kept,
and that tihe proprietors do all In their
power to please their customers by serv
ing then with the best
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
tnd give the LARGEST MEAL and the
BIGGEST DRINK for less money than
my House in the County. Therefore, we
ecommend the public to patronize then.
DAVY JONES, Forenan.
Kinny Bros' Straight-Cut, Kin
y Bros' Full Dress, Kinny Bros'
sweet Caporal,.Duke of Durham
Jigarettes, Sitting Bul-Durham
)f my lare assortment of Sprig and
,umnmer etok of Clothingfo meon
rouths and boy's. Thiis is tihe best assorted
tock of Cohng you will findI anywhere
n the State. Having purchased from the
ending and most reliable manufactures of
he country, enables me to show the most
omplete assortment In styles, designs in
atterns and first class in wvorkmanship
hat has ever been showvn before. These
~arments are placed on thme counters and
'endy for your critical inspection. The
rarlety of these garments are so great that
: will only attempt to give you an idea of
few lading articles. The One-Button
Jutaway will be the leader in cutaway
rock sumts. They are mnade from imsported
orkscrew, Whipcord, Cheviot and Broad
vail in .all the p)revailiug shades; while
he Sacks are cut square, and round corn
irs are made of the same goods as the
ibove Cutaway~ Including fancy patterns
nm Worsted andbssinmeres.
My Hat stock is fillied with .choice novel
;ls in the light weight. Stiff Hats in
P~earl, Granite, .Mixtures, Brown and
Blacit. See my Pearl Cassimere Beavers at
43.59, made in the6 latest spring smcapes.
Glents' Furnishin Ghoods and Shoe De
partmnent are compte with all thme trovel
,ies of the season. When in the cit call
wd look'-thmrough this eminent stoc. It
wvill be a. pleasure to shoW. you ,through,
wvhethmer you purchase or not...
. L. KINARD,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Jutreceived 5,000 of the Cele
rtdKangaroo Cigars. War
etdall Havana Flea .W
VERY OLtI FiXNJ2 WHISKIES!t
The Celebrated"Kentucky Bell"
Whiskey, the Choice Old Cabinet
Rye; the Old "Golden Grain" Ken
tncky Bourbon, the Old Silver
Creek Kentucky Bourbon, the Old
(Genuine) David Jones Kentucky
B~ourbon, for sale at prices to suit
the times, at F. W. Habenicht's
THIS PAPER. erM~t1T&ute
-NORMAN PERCHERON STALLION
May be found as follows, until further
Winnsboro, Mah 29-31.
Blaeksg k, ArilH 1-3.
Bell's B dgo, ril 5-10.
Winnsboro, Ap 12-14.
Blacketock, April 15-17.
Bell's Bridge Aril 19-24.
Winnsboro, pri 26-28.
13lackstook, April 29, 30, May 1.
Bell's Bildge, ay 3-8.
Winnsboro, May 0-12.
Blackstock, May 13-15.
Boll's Brldge oay 17-22.
Winnsboro, May 24-26.
Blackstock, May 27-29.
Other appointments will be announced
"Major is a beautiful red bay, black
MIano and tail, nine years old, a good
-walker, and works weil'in harness. He
was bred and raised by E. Dillon & Co.
Bloomington, Ills.; was slred by celebrated
St. Laurent, a horse whose reputation and
record as a breeder are not excelled by
those of any .draft stallion on the Conti
nent. St. Laurent is also the largest heov
lest-boned and most powerful N'orman
horse ever imported to the United States.
Notwithstanding Major's immense size he
possesses mrny ne points seldom found in
so large - a horse-such broad, flat legs,
massive quarters, wonderful shoulders
rising well on the wetheri, elegant arched
neck, a flue head well set on, large, expres
sive eyes, for which his colts are all noted.
Ternis-Twenty dollars insurance, or
fifteen dollars season.
Mares from a distance will be pastured
on reasonable terms.
-.H. R. ADAMS,
Mar23tx3m" Winnsboro, S. C.
JUST RECEIVED I
One Cask Tennent's XXX Por
ter, Imported, one Cask Bass Pale
Ale, Imported, one Cask Milwau
kee Lager Beer, one Cask Ross's
Royal Ginger Ale, Imported, one
Cask Export Lager Beer, at F. W.
TAKES PLEASURE IN INFORMING
THE CITIZENS OF
That he is receiving one of the best as.
sorted stock of Fancy and Staple Groceries
Raisins, Currants, Citron,
Prunes, Evaporated Apples,
Sugars, Coffees, of different grades,
Teas, Chocolate. Broma and Cocoa,
Fresh Engljsh Walnuts, Almonds Pecans
bpices of all kinds and k!xtracts
Imported Sardines in
Quarter and Half Boxes,
Cunned Fruits and Vegetables
Peaches, Pears and Iincapples,
Okra and Tomatoes, Corn and Peas,
Flour from the cheapest to the finest,
Meal, Grits, Laid, Bacon and Syrups,
With good many other goods all of which
will be sold at the lowebt -price for CASH
only by S. S. WOLFE.
nicht's: Fine Ginge ei.sranuly'
Blackberry Brandy, Old Whiskies,
Pure Rums, Pure Gins, Tolu Bock
and Rye, Tolu Tonic, Cider, Port
Wine, Sherry Wine, Seltzer Wa
ter, Ales, etc., generally kept in a
first-class Liquor Establishment,
at F. W. Habenichit's.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Ri. It1
S CHEDULE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 4
1885,--Eastern Standard Time.
NO. 53. MAIL AND ExPfn5ss.
Leave Augusta...............9.10 a. m.
Leave W. C. &. A. Junction.1.12 p. mn.
Arrive at Columbia......... ..1.22 p. in,
Leave Columbia..............1.32 p. in.
Leave Killian's...............1.58 p. mn.
Leave Bly thewood. ............2.13 p. mn
Leave Ridgeway..............2.34 p. mn.
Leave Simpson's.............2.47 p. mn.
Leave Winnsboro..... .........3.02 p. mn.
Leave White Oak.............3.22 p. mn.
Leave Woodward's............3.43 p. mn.
Leave Blaekstock..... ..... ..3.50 p. mn.
Leave Cornwall's.............3.58 p. mn.
Leave Chester................4.15 p. mn.
Leave Lewis'.................4.32 p. mn.
Leave Smith's................4.40 p. in.
Leave Rock Hill......... ....4.56 p. mn.
Leave Fort Mill..............5.20 p, in.
Leave Pineyvile...............5.40 p. in.
Arrive at Charlotte...........6.00 p. mn
Arrive at Statesville............9.35 p. in
NO. 52. MAIl, AND ExPnuss.
Leave Statesville..............7.45 a. mn.
Leav2 Charlotte..............1.00 P. in
Leave Pineville...............1.27 p. mn
Leave Fort Mill...............1.44 p. mi.
Leave Rock Hi11............-...2.02 p. mn.
Leave Smith's................2.22 P. mn.
Leave Lewis'.................2.30 p mn.
Leave Chester............... .2.44 p. mn.
Leave Cornwall's.............3.03 p. mn.
Leave Blackstock.............3.12 p. in.
Leave Woodward's...........3.18 p. mn.
Leave White Oak.............3.30 p. in.
Leave Wlnnsboro.............3.48 p. in.
Leave Simpson's..............4.03 p.'mn.
Leave Ridgeway..............4.18 p. m.
LeaveByldwood.............4.32 p. m.
Leave Klna%...............4,4 p. mn
Arrive at Columbia...........5.1'5 p. mn.,
Leave Columnbia. ............5.2w p. mi.
Leave W. C. & A. Junction..5.57 p. m.,
Arrive at Augusta............9.38 p. mn.
Conniection is now made at Chester (by
trains 52 and 53) for Lancaster and inter
mediate points on C. & C. RI. R., and for
all points on C. & L. R. R. as far as New.
ton, N. C.
.C. W. CHEARS3, Assist. G. P. A.
0. B. TALCOTT, Superintendent.
D. CARDSWELL, A. G. P. A.
WINN SBORO HOTEL.
T HE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PL~EA8.
in informing thepeople of tFatrfed
County and the trvlng publicthth
has taken charge of the WINNSBORO
HOTEL, and is now prepared to receIve
both permanent and translent boarders.
l'he bullding has just been repainted
and put in first-rate condition throughout.
The table will be supplied with the best
that the local and neighboring markets
afford. and no pains will be spared to in
sure the comfort of guests.
ASample Room is provided, convenient
ly arranted for the use of Commercial
A share of the public patronage is re
. A. F. GooDING,
Pure Old Mountain Apple Bran
dy, just in. F, W. Habenidlht
COLUMBIA, S. C.
W NEAR TO BUSINESS PART 0
W Hot and Cold Batlis free to guesti
The only First-Class Hotel h1
Columbia run at $1.50 per Day
W. M. NELMSON,
OWNER AND PROPnITon.
FOR S-A L E!
FORTY HEAD OF FAT KF1TUCKY
MULES AND RIORSES-among then
some good Saddle . and Harness Horses
also a rew good Young Brood Mares.
We also have a fine selection in Mules
from L4 hands up to 15%4 hands high-al
sound and right.
All sales guaranteed as represented. Wc
will sell them cheap for CASH, or on tim
until next fall by the purchaser giving ti
COME ONE! COAE ALL I
Here is an opening for the -County t<
start their plows.
A. WILLIFORD & SON,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Otard, Dupey & Co.'s Cognac
Brandy, Trible Flavor Holland
Gin, ,H. Mumm & Co.'s Chan
pagne, Ross's Royal Belfast Gin
ger Ale, Puro Jamaica Rum
Genuine Port and Sherry Wine,
at F. W. Habenicht's Saloon.
Notice to Frimers,
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
SO NOW COME AND LOOK AT TIHE
Cotton Planters--three kinds.
Blue Grass Sulky Plow.
Walter A. Wood's Reapers and Mowers.
Tranner & Delaney E'ngines.
Early Field Seed Corn.
Early Garden Seed Corn.
Garden Sced-ail kinds.
Come and muake selection from my stock,
or give order for what you need. I deal
Mar30fxtf JAMIES PAGAN.
CIGARS! CIGARS!! CIGARS!!I
Good Cigars at 24 cents apiece,
good Cigars 3 for 10 cents, good
Cigars at 5 cents apiece, fine Ci
mars 3 for 25 cents, fine Cigars 2
ror 25 cents, Superior Cigars 1 for
25 cents, at F. W. Habonichl,'s
WILL FIND EVERtYTHING
they wish in the 8$ove and Kitchen Fur
nishing line in my store. Call and exam
ne the follow nga novelties;
Efsterpriso Iron Coffeo Mils,
Victior Rota~ry Seite,'
Towel Racics and Ba''rs,
Granite Iron Preserving Ketttles,
(lIghter, nicer, safer than brass or enam
Stoe Ppe Mlclvseled, and cheaper.)
(fits the stove-hole),
Apple Corers, Cake (Ontters,
flutter Prints, Wood Spoons,
Hleavy Milk Pan.s and the
Umnrivalled Union Churn.
Baskets, Wood and Cedarwaro reduced
to close out.
The ONE-HORSE LEADER PLOW is
the plow to bed up cotton andl corn ground
and work it. You wish a STOVE to bako
well and not smoke, therefore get one
from mne and run no risks. I have them
from $11 up.
J. H. CUJMHENGM.
INSECT POWDEli IN 20c. BOTTLES.
INSECT POWDER IN BULK 5c. PER
BED BUG POWD'ER IN LIGUID at 25c
Royal lume or Cement, for meonding
Wood, Glass, Crockery, Furniture, &c., aty
which holds with wonderful tenacity
Price 10c. and 25c.
For Sale by.
W. 3. AxENs.
Is always ready and willing to co4 te with any House
on prices and quality of any goods you 'wnt.
No pains will be spared to furnish tle public Ladies
and Children especially) with the BEST SODA WATER
this season ever kept in Winnsboro. Will be opened MAY
FIRST at HENDRIX'S Dry Goods Store, next door to
THE PROPOSED CHANGE
BU IL D I N G
WILL CURTAIL OUR STORE-ROOM DURING
the progress of the work. We must reduce our
STOC UNTIL SATJRDAY, MAY Isti
We will sell our entire stock of Notions, Hosiery,
Laces, Edgings, Dress Goods, Table Damask, Toweling,
Etc., at COST
All other Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats
Trunks, Etc., will be greatly reduced. Our entire stock of
Shoes will be offered at QUICK SELLING PRICES.
Many Job Lots will be sold at and BELOW COST to
close them out. Come and see-we have determined to
No Goods will be CHARGED at the reduced prices.
April 22, 1886. J. M. BEATY & BRO.
. Ji ILLIFORD OJ 0.
THEY1A WiLL SAVE YOU MONEY.
5&" 1U Y llS i~l'I IT 11EI), arnl lookers sipiIsed. All classes struck dutmb
with astonishnment. Th'ley all say our pr ices. are right. So make tracks for noveltle~
andl BAIIGAINS. Obhserve somie of our p~rices: I doz'eni .splendid -Corsets only 20
Cents each. 240 ice ( ape Mla - St raw Iits at 1i cents each. -4'larg eJob Lot of
Flee 1Felt Ihats worth $3.00, will be. sold for Si.5i0. STACKS OF 'T'UAW GoOIS
wvorl d. IltlI ut (1J t< t ha7 1)11111gi. '""''
lleadquarters for line Laces and mnhroiderlngs. Glad and willing to show you.
Do not sipend i aI cet until youI look overP themii.
AGA IN, loo0k at our Stock of D ress G oodIs, Calicoes, Ginughams, White and
Figured Lawns. 'I'ihey are csaptivat.inag, enchtanting and fascinating.
NOTIbONs, NOTIONS-T1hey are exquisite, anid the great assortment strikingly
GiRANDI. Large Fancy D)ress lhattons and small ones to match. Large quantitles
of Blleached and Unb1hleachedl Domnestles In which we shall not he undersold. Best
French Shoe Polish only3 10 cents. liest Sperm Oil for' Sew~ing MachInes-only 10 cents.
REM EM BEll, we keel) the best assortmient of Gentlemen 's Furnishing Goods in
Towvn. A large lot of (;ents' Linen Standing Collars at 5 cents each-all sizes.
Let there he a generous responso to our GIIA NID OPEN ING. We show what
we advertise. Comte early-comec guick. Glad to show you-glad to see you.
Q. D). WI LLIFORD & CO.
IT STANTDS AT THE HEAD.
LIGHT-ERUNNING :00MESTIQ !
Thhlm eut, showvs the now style of
weOod work the company Is now Intro
A lilTiSi'CA LLY BEAUTIFUJL
WITH'IOUJT A PEER.
In its miechanlall enstruction It has
TllIE NEW LINE OF ATT~lACII.
ments that are now heIng placed with
the D)ON ESTfIO are specialties. No
o (the' r mcintllle has them. These attach
ntils and tihe
.NEW WOOD WORK
~~ ~make the D)OMEST1IC miore tihan ever
wIthout quesCtion1, the acknowledged
rlr~cnts For Stale by J. 1M DEATY & 11RO., Winnstboro, S. O.
a 'tF~gntswantedl In tnnoccupied terrItory. Address DOMESTIC SEWING MA
C11INE COMPANY, 9109 Main Street, Iichmond, Va. Miy23-1y
. oogl. Smalil Barbs. No Wiro.
BUCK-THoRN AENCE St.watod~ iainoo oon.
EASY to buid Simpe torcar Anyton.b famer's bomat famad ca oahjo.
Writo for Samplo an Ciroular. The Bucok-Thorn Fence Co.,.Trenton, N. J.
TIuic, aOove aia oo nL~)4l n-ei (samel style without barbs), Grape TrellIs WIre,
Sheet iron, Black and GalvanIzed itug.ia Iron, T4'in Plate, Vall ,IhlMINGS.
4epOS nilswere awondeful OCoY nyithro Ie thm in theworld. W1 poie o t o
10 Fr0901 .i the ieN awefo
ow ehe bbratedeLy
Duke~? Duramd21 JSOor.ejs MooIeHue
reeive at. W.th Haber3 05 nicht'sa F .Hapa rpreo