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90afr each sub.
r Y fr "o Y ,uras
4;u; a i and
-" u , oa,i, e .
R oWNay, woodwrd,13. 0.
4 Mont'eillo, s. v&
L 1 the MaydOt of town
V to. the 1g h indt.
,,4 'h another 0ol
041 WWI", in
''- ~ town wh1Oli winl take places before the
, Ideg rta."
M a,bora ot.dge no. IttX.. .
*eetiG 'nlghtat" o'clock, shat p. The
lo"of'ai o4ts I1)l.be held.
b nactoers of the .bank build
i eon nhand stps on the north
fhe building. .Thi will add
tp) to, tle appearance of the already
hn dfe buldiobg.
rnquoad seon of -the Grand
F. M. of South Carolina
ithe oty-of Uharleston
1_0. i The railroads have
q to three cents per
atpoilAeat fB O 88'TOBrrIN.
" ao ui-The time
for p g taxes- without the usual
laltqy will expire on the 16th inst.,
tI4ed .t rther extended, in which
-e due and timely notice will be
a given Tempyers will tAlodue notice
and govern themselves. 'eoordlogly.
aktItG or BAs AssOQATIoN.--The
thit4 o p aeett f,.the 8oy$h
( lp ~ rill be. heid
to 'oum$a on ThUrsday ind E'tid y.
Se~UUS 4nu i ddres beOrei' the Asso
. alatI l 'diered i'tthe House
~1t~tt~tiee on .Thuraday eve.
- Otan1?sstie) ishop.
PqtL.---the Iter, 3. floward
~ ilt" ha for several days past
beeb pahIV ifp, pthparatory ~to his
~ *ot Arkansas. We learn
aM'the I;ev. Mv. Pitthian, of Dar
het~tet 8. 0., will .anced Mr.. Car
ponter as 'pastor of the Baptist church
at this place.
M ~rs. J1L..Elliott he spending somne
timejwith her daughter, Mt's. Mc
MXaif anterarille, N-.0.
6.TO Ecutan Coex.-Frot8s. -The
Senate bill to. puelsh .dook4ghting
within three toiles of any chartered
no~tittia-tof.learning his passed its
- fiya1r4adieh and. will hsome a law.
~'h. vi of~o the bill are:.
)'Iiatit~hllbe Ktielademeanor for
* ? ~ ~to~ 16or e p*esent
at ockf ti' ihnthree miles of
a tyel*qeisttof o learning
in $hs Sut,a a p erson ibund
- i hllb fted o exopedi1 one
'a p49* rso ot
Tat Ir.-An exchange says that a
qo gamne hiq boon 6iinated, called
"ditors blIght," the plaA on which
it6 is plyeftalg in this wise: Take a
shdet of olnaiy writing paper, write
on it your name andpostofile address,
* fold it up earefually, and enclose a bank
note sufieutly large to pay all arrears
and'a year is advanceet send or hand
* ~ this to -the editor. Wijat adde. Im-.
mensely to the pleasuare of the game is
* ~ send along the natnte of a sdbsoriber or
* * tw.o accompaeied bp the cheh. Keep
- . quv *yes on the editor, antd 5f a smile
hAoftas lIit'14ce you hate wota the
'iiluanta APPW'nlTgS1rr.- The
Methodist Annual' Conferenne, whigh
p el t losed its sessions- at Sbattan
itarg, tade.4 the following appitint
monts for WafrUeld: Winshoo Bev.
G..P. Wai0on; FairdleJ) 'JNtIt, flen~
'~ It ~vM1lon; Mythewaod, ter.
Atlat. Who.maugj klands of
.Mr. Watson *111. be tr
* a~glad .to lean that for *uo her
tolY nothe hO will minister int ~r
det. tlle otirehos with w%
3*tX.Retoni has f . soe time
.beeaoo0u#eotd,. will gladly wlcome
r~)im oleh e. 'Te etM.
a 4nrat haf hIl Welf known
- ma a.4ble worker in the tausm nd
ivil beha *~ t is lce Anderson
thi4 n to be
eSred*hgace Itt ty h~aEnd*
9440 Age# 3IiAKROX
WO ~~To.Nxct.MA'he Rsoep"
of the Gordon Light
tlfi~ I por ofiheir' removal to
ther new and handsome armory
*b1 b takep place this evening in the
.40oi, plomIae to be one of the
gait " apomesfgl entertainments ever
' I p Winnsboo. The company
gone to considerable expense,.in
itting up their new 9rmory, and in
supplying music for, the. Hop in honor
of the occasion, and their only regret
is that, they feel unable to fltrnish re
fkesbments on the ocoa4on. The
ladies' dressing roola ba been neatly
carpeted, and everything which could
contribute to the pleasare and com
*ort of the ladies has been done.
T:he f*eOde of the'coinpany.will And a
hearty welcomeawsiting them on their
arrival at the' hall this evenlg. We
are requested to state that all members
of.the Company are expected to appear
in uniforn on. the opoaslon, and to
wear It during the evening. A grand
time is expected,,and-it is -our earnest
desire that no one will bb disappointed.
Register of Wednesday, says:
The Baptist Churoh was completely
filled with people last night on the
occasion of the narrige of Mr. War
ren J. $ ruggs. to ss Mamie Lou
Davidson the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I. !M. Davidson. Promptly at
8.80 o'clock, to the music of the grgan
the bridal party came down the centre
aisle to the front of the altar, the
bride and groom being preceded by
the ushers, Messrs. R. 0. Wright
T. M. Nelson, E. Brooks S'igh and
Beauregard Bucker. The bride looked
beautifl in white silk, with veil of
Illusion and a wreath of -orange blos.
some. The Rev. W. 0. Lindsay per
formed the ceremony, which was very
brief but exceedingly impressive.
Among those present were the young
ladies oftheColumbia Female College,
of which the bride is a lost year's
graduate, who came in a body.
Mr. and Mrs. Soruggs arrived in
Winnsboro on Wednesday, and at
once left for the residence of the father
of the groom, where a reception was
held in honor of the newly-wedded
pair. After spending a few days with
friends and, relatives in the county,
they will return to Columbia where
they expect to make their future home.
MAnIAGS.-On Tuesday morning
last Mr. D. A. McDowell,. accompa
nied by several friends, left on a very
Important mission in the western sec
tion of the oounty. To him it was the
day of days-his wedding day. At
noon, at the residence of Mrs. Yar
borough, mother of the bride, Mr.
D. A. McDowell and. Miss Kate Yar
borough were united-in the holy bonds
of matrimony- A few friends h?A
gathered at the residence to witness
the ceremnony, which was performed
by the Rev. 0. P. Wotsoo. After pare
taking of an elegant: repast the bridal
party left for Winnsboro, where they
arrived in the afternoon. A reception
was held at tihe residence of Mr. 8. 8.
Gibson In the evening, where a party
of friends welcomed the bride to our
town. Our best wishes areo extended
for the future happiness and prosperity
of the lives so pleasantly begun.
On Wedneay at 1 o'clock Mr.
,Gray B3oulwvare-. and Miss Maggieo
Robinson were united in marriage, at
the residence of Mr. J. M. Galloway,
near White Oak. The ceremony was
performed in the presence of a few
friends by the Rev. d, M. Glalloway, of
Yorkvllle. The young couple re
celved the congratulations of friends
present, after which an elegant dinig
was served In honor of the occasion.
We join with other friends in extend
ing best wishes.
-George Kennan's second paper on
the present condition of Russia will
appear In the December century, and
Is entitled "Prison Life of the Rus
sian Revolutionists." In this paper
Mr. Konnan explains with great detail
the methods of the RussIan govern
ment In the matter of the arrest and
Imprisonment of the revolutionists.
After glying Incidents of the most
heartrending character, Mr. Kennan
says: "It is not may purpose, In setting
forth this and other similar thets, to
justify the policy of the 'terrorists,'
nor to approve even by implication
the resort to murder as a means of
temperIng 'desoistn; but It is my
puas to explain, so far as. I can,
cert*umri socil phenomena. -
This remedy Is becomin so well know~n
on. All who ave used Eectic BItters
sine the same song of praise.-aA purer
todo all that Is claimed. Eectric
Biters will curs all diseases of. the Liver
and Sidney., will remoeve Pimples, Boils,
Sale Rheum and oer afectios caused by
MAaa evodre or cure of IHeadahe
Co0 tptinand 1ndig lon try Electric
Bitos--ntire satisfcton guaranteed
or money refunded..-Pc 50 eta. and $1.04
per bottle at MoMaster, Brice & Ketchin's
tLlegAromnuteatlon of Winns.
1 A. F. M. will be
n 7 at ocoksa. The annual
offiers wil ed.
Decef 1 0. M. CHANDLER,
Dee81 . ecret.ary.
' 0*1OJ0AJJ IIOTIOE.
*ea on ore ore anuar 1. ~8 as
ee8txY ~till a ~ rie yta
1U93Up titon, ktUown as the -"In.
'.ethzln Place," three mniles tresi
tf Whso on .which is a niet
res4ee.~tMIaand good outhouseea
Fot te agigy to
rIiI p ar fm? tt0)er 3
cotining ixIudrlA ;Ior
lQss. For terma apply to
Dee7txtf J. C. FEASTEIi
DWELLING HOU8$AND LOT foi
e occupied- by the Rev. Will,
Richaren.' For terms apply to
Nvl2txJanl T. K. ETLLIOTT
STATE OF SOUTI .CAROLIN
COUNTY OF RICHLAND.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEA
John L. Black, Plaintiff, vs. John
Miller et al., Dofbndants.
PURSUANT to, the .decree of I
PCourt aforesaid, duly render
in the above-entitled cause, I 'i
offer for sale, at public outcry, at t
depot in the town of Ridgoway, Fa
field County, on SATURDAY, 'II
TENTH DAY OF DECEMBER no:
at three o'clock in the afternoon
All that piece, parcel and tract
land, situate, lying and being in Fa
field County, containing about
EIGHTY (80) ACRES;
bounded on the. north bf' lands
J. H. Miller, on the east by lalids
airs. Bulow, on the west by lands
Mary P. Black, and on, 'tlie south
TERMS OF SALE:
One-half -cosh balance on a crei
of one year, with interest froni day
sale, secured by bond of the pi
chaser and mortgage of the premis
with the privilege to the purchaser
paying all cash, if he so desire.
JOHN T. SEIBELS,
Master for Richland Conity,
15th November, 1887.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEtD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEA
John Kincaid James Kincaid, and W
llam Kincald, Plaintiffs, againt Thon
Anderson James A Brice, as Assi:1
for the benefit of the creditors of D~i
R. Flenniken, and the Unknown Hei
of Patrick Hastin , deceased, Defer
ants.-Summons r Relief-omplas
not Served. .
To THE AnOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS
THIS ACTIoN :
OU are hereby summoned and
quired to answer the complaint
this action, which' is filed in the office
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pie
for the said County and to verve a co
of your answer on the subscribers at thi
office, No. 2 Law Range, Winnsboro, 8. 1
within twenty days after the service of tl
Summons on you, exclusive of the day
service. If you fail to answer the co
Plaint within the time aforesaid, the pla
tiffs will apply to the Court for Judgme
against you for the rglief demanded in t
Dated October 28 A. D. 1887. >
RAGSDALE & RA( DALE,
To theDefendants, the Unknown Heirs
Take notice, that' the complaint in til
action (together with the summons
which tlh foregoing 18 a copy) was I91
in the office of the Clerk of tl)e Court
Winnsboro,e the County of Fairfeld,
the State of South Carolinam, on tihe 21
October, A. D. 1887.
"No xtAGSDAL .&D j,
STATE OF SOUTH CARIOLIN.
COUNTY OF FAInFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLE~A
Mary S. Caldweil, Plaintiff, against XW
11am A. Kincaid, John Kincaid, Janr
Kincaid, Thomas Anderson, James
Brice, as Assignee for the benefit of
creditors o1 Davld R. Fitenniken, t
UnRnown Heirs of Patrick Hlastini
deceased. and W'.li1am R~. Ram': a Is A
mninistrator .of the .Estate of Patri
Hastins deceased, Defendants.-Bu
mnons 'o Relif'.Uomplaint nzot servel
To THlE DEFENDANTs IN TiS AcTIrON:
YOU are hereby summoned and
..qured to answer the complaint
this action, which is fied in the office
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pie
for the said County, and -to serve a cc
of yur answver onl the subscribers at th:
ofce Winnsboro, South Caroiiha, ;wit1
twet days after the service of this su
mons on you, execlusive of the day
serviQe. If vou fail to answer the cc
plaint wlthin the time aforesaid, thepl
tiff will apply to the Court for j udui
against you for thme relief demanded ii1
Dated 28 October, 1887.
OBEAR & BION,
To the Defendants, the Unknown Ue
of Patrick Hastings, deceased:
Take notice, that the sumnmons in t
action, of which the foregoing ms a co]
and the complaint in this actUin were f1
in the office of the Clerk of ,the Court
Common ?!ens for'the Coumnty and Sti
aforesaid, at Winnsboro' .in tieCounty
Fairfield, and State of outhm Carolina,
the 28th d'ay of August, 1887.
Dated 28 October, 1887.
OBEAR & RION,
Nov2x6t Plaintiff's Attorneys
STATE OF .SOUTkI CARIOLIN
CollNTY OP #AInIELD.
By J. A. HIN!mANI 'Aeg., Pr'obate Jud
"NH~AS, W. ii. kERR, C. C. C.
h itto me to grant bi
let's of ad ~ tsrtion of the estate a
effecerof C ltMi1orter, deceased:
T'hese are-, therefore, to. cite andl adm
ishi all and singulair the kidred an'd cred
ors of the said oih'arles M. Porter,4
eased, thns they-lbe and appear beforer
In the Court of Probate, to be held at Fr
field Court IMouse, 8. C.,.on the 81st day
December, after publication hlereof, at
o'clock in the forenoon, to shlow cause
any they hlave, wihy. the said administ
tion should not be granted.
Given under my land. tis 21st day
November, AnVto omnini 186T.
Published on the 22d day of Novemib
1887, In Tun N'!EWS AND 1lEnfALD.
Nov22tixo Jmudge of Probate
STATE OF SOUTTI QAlIOLIN
COUNTY oF PAlnFtnLm.
By J. A. ILINWARNT, Enq., Probata Jeu
H1 JEREAS,'W. H. KER1h, 0.0. C.
letters ofamnistratin of th estate
effects of Sarah Carmuan, deceased:
-These tire, therefore; te cite and adm
ish.ail and s1ngular the kindred and cr
itors of the said Sarah . Carman,
easned, that they be and aear before i
in-thme Couit6 of Probate to held
Fairflid Court House, S.9., on the 1
day of December next, after publicat
heeof at 11 o'clock :inr the-forenoon,
show cause Ifany ' they have, why
said administltin should not be grani
.Given -under mny hand. this 2nd'day
November, Ano Domin( 1887.
-Published on sthe83rd dy of Novemi
188'7, in Tuhn N[nwe
Nov31fixB Judge ofPfobah
OTICE TO RUW!0
Atiprsm are he el
'remiss at d toedsat1ighs
NIo wl b80x2 wt 1~crdWu t i
d Is plenty. able, perfectly willin
L. For two wooks only-I will offer
U. 8,000 yards of be
1,200. yards of 4
ed 110 yards .of Pe
he. RESS GOODS.
t 1 piece
of ; 1 picco 5-4 3lack
. JUST ARRIVED : Job lot of
D. A.- Hend14 has just receive
useful toys. Come and see them.
of THE WINNSBOItO BAR.
Y H. A. G.ULLARD,
lt ATTOfRN -Y-AT-LrAW,
of WINNSBO6O, S. C.
?s Office in building of WInnsboroNational
A. S. DUVLASS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNBItLLOR AT LAW.
No. 0 Law Range,
- W I N N S PO R , S. C.
A', Practices in the' Stte and United States E
il- H. N. OBAIR. W. C. RION.
As A OBEAR & RION,
!id ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
7. Nos. 7 and 9 East Washington bt.
nt .1WINXSIJORO, B. C.
IN Offices same as occuplcd by the late Col
James II Rion.
J. E. MCDONALD, i C. A. .DOUGLAS
of Solicitor Sixth Circuit.'
McDONALD & DOUGLASS,
' ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
of Nos. 3 and 4 Law Range,
M- WINNSBORO, S. C.
nt Practices In- all the State and United
he States Courts.
W. L McDQAL D,
, ATTORNEY AND CQtJNSL6R AT LAW,
of . WINNSIqRO,-S..C.
,Is Office up stairs in Tni, E AND lin
of ALD building.
of JAS. GLENN McCANTS,
l. ATT.OR N lAATF'L A :W,
thi - -NbW B' 'ANGE,
W 9S B S'O
ITPractices in the State and( Unt
E. B3. RAUBDALE. G. W. MtAG8 >ALE.
s RAGSDALE -& RAGSDALE,
ATTORNEYS-'AND COUNSELLOIW AT LAWV
es No. 2LwMne
W INN.S B.O SO, ,S. c.
e OSUND Wv BUCHANAN,
ck No, 7 Law-BRange,
W I N N SBQO S. C..
Practices in all United Statcs and Stato
re- Courts. Special attention to corporatIon
in and insurance law.
Sage's Catarrl Cliro
; LTS CUEAM CURE,
edTIHE UNIVERSAL REMEDY FOR
ito RAY FEVER AND CATARRIH.
Onl W. E. AIKEN,
?1 en md ter a)O BUYrP,
g100am ,aqcdf.m Md
p eesb and where to
fIn lgsd&sdzZ~ si~a
nd f utiJne. iwolet
11 S *
hm - Castroleum for axles, 'Castor Oil,
,d Kerosene, Rled (1 OIl, Mahine, Noats
on. foot, Olive, Lard and harness Ols,
ed. Rlaw and Bolled Linseed Oll- and
tie. perm Oilfor Sewing Machines,
no, MCMASTER, BRWE & KCETOIIIN.
anh TRY OUR 54) CENTS'fEA.
to WE also still ke.ep the finest Teas at
the reduced prices. Also Arrowroot Corn
ed. Starch, Crnrick's Solableo..Iood, Mel
of lin's Foo, /SaMe Leaves, Jakin rPow
er, ders, and.Vitellina for oll f~jgcof
' fe. ,inp losand the Id oa.
MOMASTER, BRICE & KEtOHIN.
..FOR THE I3LOOD~.
Cutionra 1losolvoti, P. 1. P, Mc
4t9 Leant's Cordial, Brown's Iron Bldters,
sur 5.-8. Mrs. Joe Person's Rteme~dy
no Ayer's arsaparilJa 2. B., Ettracl
arsparliis wit Iidoe Harto' I-ron
McAS r 110w.ECHN
g and always ready to give eachi
to the public bargains never bef
At Prints' at 6to., worth 7c., anyw
i Fruit of the Loom and other D
perel 10-4 Sheeting (best quality)
5-4 Imported Black Cashmere (al
Cashmere (nice quality) at 74c.
1.piece 4-4 Brown Cashm
Overcoats.- Come and seo them;
a nice lino of Holiday Goods, k
NEWS aud ERAL
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SAMPLE COPY ON APPLICA TIOb
H-aving increased the forc<
of our Job Department, w<
are now prepared to execut<
all kinds of job work neatly
upon the shortest notice, an<
at the lowest possible figure
We will gladly furnish price
list on application, and guar
antee that y6u will find th<
same as low, if not lower, tliar
any other establishment of th<
kind in the State. Send ir
COICO1E NO. 1 AND 2 MAOK
ERE L, FAT AND JUICY.
and Oatn'eal fresh by th<
p ackage, Thurbers and Cook'
No. i Salmon, New Canne<
Peas and Corn.
SECOND ARRIVAL OF
New Crop Raisins and Cur
rants, Maillards Sweet Choco
late, New Crop New Orlean
Molasses, Clioice first of th
Season Flotida Oranges, On
Box 1ew Evaiporated Apyles
with great many other G66d
all of which will be sold a
the lowest cash price at
nd every customer just as good a 1
ore equalled in Winnsboro :
hero in town.
omestics at 8*c.
L wool) at 98c., cheap to any one a
1 piece 4-4 Black C
ere (a bargain) at 89c.
the best coats for the money over <
uch as Dolls, Albums, Toilet Set
TURN PLOW !
WILL DO TilE WORK OF AM $5 PLOW,
' XX BRIG [IT ENGiNE OIL,
50 cents per gallon.
90 cents per gallon. Cheaper and
bet.ter than tallow.
HEATING STOVES IN GREAT
A lot of fancy Baskets at cost to
close out. TInlware, Woodware, Hubs,
Spokes and Rims.
J. H. CUMMINGS.
name on a package of OOF8'FE is a
guarantee of exoelleno.
stores fom the Atlantlo tothe PaoUls
is niever good when exposed to the air.
Owilng to the unusual string<
people geuerally have practil
inalbacheq or trade. Th
-has felt the pressure with the
we reel gratifled that our buti
our expecctations. Now that
the reaction has come, and k
in anticipration of this we ha
usual. We expectedi to sell
assuredly doing it
AT OUR L
Now we want to give a time
thoroughly acquah rted with.
-give our undivided attentlo
- from beginning has beeni Srr
alto tr u ouse.
In D)ress Goods and Dreg
- bouight heavily and dId well
to do more this fail In that Il
to clear them out. Handkerc
w ie havo ever handled, Hoes
prIces we leave to the dec
Gfoods, Damask, Napkius, D)
ings, Blheaching at bottom flg
White Filanels, Calico, Gingi
. Do you know that there is
thr sin pie-ernsts. You
cents for a poor dinner, whi
good one. As a rule you a
the best, because It was be
with shoes; you can't make
llaven't you often been ii
that looked as well as highe
.want to put your moi 11w
our adice and bufy iin
such as found at the Cornei
will thank us for the sugge
trading wih us, we have
them In our store 6very tins
hargain as any competitor in town
lashmero at 49c.
offered in this market.
, Dressing Cases and many other
South (arolina. Railway Compan
COMMENCING SONDAY, JUNE 12,
1887, at 0.10 A. M., Passenger Trains
will run as follows, "Eastern ihme:"
TO AND FROM CIIARLESTON.
Depart Columbia.. 0.50 a. in. 5.33 p. in.
Due Charleston... .10.35 a. in. 9.45 p. in.
Depart Charleston. 7.00 a. n. 8.00 p. m.
Due Columbia.....10.45 a. in. 9.45 p. in.
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
a. in. a. in. p' m. p. in.
Depart Columbia...0.50 7.45 5.00 5.33
In. p. in. p. In. p, m.
Duo Camden......12.52 12.52 7.42 7.42
WEST (DAILY SUNDAY EXCEPTED.)
a. in, a. In. p. n. P. In.
Depart Camden....7.45 7.45 3.30 3.30
a. Im. a. im. p i. p m.
Due Columbia.....10.25 10.45 7.30 9.45
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
. EAST (DAILY).
Depart Columbia.. 0.50 a. in. 5.33 p. in
Duo Augusta......11.40 a. n. 10.25 p. in
Depart Augusta... 0.10 a. in. 4.40 p. m.
Due Cohnba. ....10.45 a. in. 9.55 p. in.
Made at Union Depot, Columbia, with
Columbia & Greenville Railroad by train
arriving at 10.45 A M and departing at
5. 33 P. 1. Also, with b. C. & A. Railroad
by same train to and from all points on
Passengers take Breakfast and Supper.at
Brancllille and Cohumbla Depot.
At Pregnalls to and from all points on
Eutawvillo Rahroad. At Charleston with
steamers for Now York, Jacksonville and
points on St. John's River on Tuesdays
and Saturdays' with Charleston and Savan
nahl Railroad to and from Savannah and
points in Florida daily.
At Augusta with (eorgia and Central
Railroads to ant from all points West and
South. At Blackville to and from points
on iarnwell- Railroad. Through tickets
I can bo.purehased to all points aoutl and
W1est by applying to
UNION DE'T, Agent Columbia, S. C.
JO.IN B. PEOIK, Gonoral Managor.
D. C. AI1LEN, Geon. Pass.'& Tlcket Agt.,
* Charleston, 8. C.
JNO. S. R EYNOLDS
COL UMBIA, 8. C.~
Promp t attentioni g iven to the tXans8aO
ton of business in the State and Federal
Courts of South Carolina.
mocy tor' the last few seasons, tihe
sed economy in their purchases
o general merchandise business
rest. Considering the situation
ilnoss has held its own beyond
the times are bettor, wo feel that
4ENEW F~ALL GOODS.
ye filled our sholves fuller than.
thoso goods of course, and atro
O W P RIC0ES.
ly suggestion to all who are not
our way of doing~ business. We
ni to our work, and our motto
all Proflts, Quick Sales. Don't
9s Trimmings, last winter Svo
wvith them. This influenced us
no. Come and see. We intend
hIefs, abIi ino, and the prettiest
ery,a wll eletedlot, and the
isioni of tihe purobaser. White
oyhies, Towela, Shootings, Shirt
~uros, Cantoni Flannels, lRed andi
as much dIfl'etence in shes as
go to, a celia hotel and pay 25
le at anothier you pay*1.LOO for a
ay in thie end the higher price Is
ter quality angI no shoddy. So
good sho's out of poor mnaterIkl.
mpted to Invest in cheap shoes
rr'c od?I, however, yout
tere it wil do the most good, take
r but reliable,. well made shpes, ~.
Stoi'e, and our word for' It you
istiem. To those who have-bcen
tothimg to say; We exu,et to see
0 they #ish to be.