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advee e t Drrlago. notices, ant
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; ;_ Ilreree, and are solicited.' Liberaltermrr
+ No. A DEsonTES, Itidgeway, 8. 0.1
ro2. E a&zAIo, Blackstook, 8. 0.
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W. J. JoiHsoN, Bt,thewood; 8:.
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Ne Avpuetsment.1 -
Moragagee' SJe--- B; Crosby &
Land 8al-=John *ir innant, Judge
Shle 6 ""6 I Je
re 0es, this ear on
sun ay, mdfi to the regret of the
--The Christmas turkey i', now in
demand, and conleluently they bring
-Mr. Willio B. Stuart loft on Thurs
- day for- Atlanta, to visit his brother,
Mr. J.0. Stpart, who recently received
a painful injury on the Air Line Rail
--1Centueky hogs we see have been
selling ih. other towns at 61 cents por
pound. The. wise farmer will raise
his own and thus get around this ex
-The ,propUsed 'reunion of .Mc
Gowan's Brigade. which was to have
been" held4lij tbebli on the 18th
inst., dwe Aea. haisbeen indefinitely
-Just in, .a fres iqt of prime
Smoked or Dried beef. ams from 8
to 12 poun" g-just the %ize to suit
aseiall fatllillie-low- for cash at
* F. W. M1ADENIOBT's.
-Mr. F. W. Habonicht has supplied
himself with Ulhrituas goods. These
goods were imported' for the holidays,
and will be found freslh and' pure.
- Eg-nog will'ha a specialty. Call on
him Whenrin need of anothing in his
-We have an elegtit and fresh
assortmohtof French and" plain can
dies, which we Will close out at a sac
rifee, as we intend going out of this
K 1M'*f Q Da. Wu,LL1oRD Co
--Mr. U.. . Huey#,~lsays keeps up
~ ihthitio ossin Hie has a lot of
-ChristnIff goods, and'by 1o.okiug at
his new advertisement this morning
you will see exactly what you want
for Xmas. All ,of lii goods are fresh
and pure, with prices to snit.
---OR FRAGRANCE. ELEGANCE anhd DU
rabinty, Barrets ImpriaRI NEToHIN.
a. L. L. .BAA 4211) OPTION.
- There was a sound of revelry on
*Thursday night, And the beauty and
chivalry-of.Winnsbore and the StLte
had gatherod at the'new armory of the
Gordon Light itnfantry, to chase away
the hours With flying feet. The day
was a most disagreeable one, but it
took more than rainy weather to
dampen the plea,sure . of those who
attended. The members .hatt done all
*possible to mnake all things pleasant
and right well did they do it.
The large ball was brilliantly lighted
with four beautifuil chan4eliers, and
the iValls weye decorated with various
plotui.es aric two Iarge United States
flags. Ame6ng those decorations was
an engraving'containing the names of
all soldlers of the Palmetto Rleglmept
who participated in the Mexican war,
and scones and designs of incidents
A large concourse of both old and
young from Winnsboro and other
yo1nts partIcipated in the dances or
were interested spectators.
The muslo was furnished .by the
* Italian band of Charlotte, and this is a
sufficient guarantee of its excellence.
Dancing comm~enced at 96 o'clock and
continued uintil the wee. small houtrs
of the night, and when all had left
they went away with the feeling that
it was one of the pleasantest occasions
imaginable, and with thb hope that
they might in'the future enjoy again
the kind hoispitality of the Gordon
I Light Infantry. The Gordons may
~well congratulate' themiselyes on .the
.success of the entertarinient, there
ieing nothing to iar' the pleasure 'ol
tohe occasion. There Were - lsitare
ffromI other places present, who alsc
o6ntribiuted their part to the enter
tainment by their presence.
DBlow is giyen the names of the par
ticipants, with the costuimes of thi
> lad~eMrs. G, . Jordan, cositume o
brownt tricot, diamonds.
4. ~ Mrs. HI. BI. Refo, pale blue nun't
wdilings, oriental front, diamonds.
Mia 0. T. Goodinig, costume of grej
sthiUsg and crimson. velvet, Aiamonds,
Mi'd. Jas. Q. Davis, bla6k cashmere
Mrs. 3. M. Stewart, baksilk, gol<
A iss Marion Doyal, emnbroide~re
grenadine and corn colored satin.
Msg Salle Crawford, costume orean
&a stros, aetracantiblack,
le 'otdo Dsdight, erojam slk an
Io, pearl orunments.
s Nellie Davis, handsome coi
tune of cream colored albatross a u
lace overdress, with plutae ornameints
Miss Flla Doty, Qosturne ofembrold
ered navy blue serge.
Mise Livlo Skiaier, creatm Nun'
Miss Maggle Alkep, navy blue bilk
-Miss Lizzie Eberhardt, of Columbia
blue Nun's veiug, oriental lace, pearl
Miss -Lizzie Gerig, elegant dress of
old gold satin and black.
Miss Maggie MoCarley, handsome
costum of uile green satin trimmed In1
nile green watery velvet, . white kid
Miss Lillian Williams, combination
costume of- velvet.
Miss Ida Sugenihelmer, white satin
rnd velget, diamonds.
Miss MRcenry, Cincinnati, Ohio,
handsomely dressed in white silk
. MIM Jonny Lee MoMaster, Colum
bia, striking costume of cream alba
tross, -white satin bodice.
Miss Susie ICetchin, handsome cos
tume of pink Nun's veiling, trimmed
with blue -plush and oriental lace,
with ostrich tips.
. Miss Lizzie Kerr, extremely pretty
costume of oriental lace, with olive
blue satin bodice, dianionds.
Miss Mattie Egleston, striking cos
tume of oream Nun's veiling and
Miss Lillie Caldwell, pink Nun's
veiling and oriental lace.
Miss Wachtel, Chester, pink silk
with tulle overdress,
Miss Noble, costume of blue satin,
Miss Lilla Ketchin, black silk with
Gen. John Bratton, Ernest Young,
Charlotte; Jas. Q. Davis, Maj. W. L.
McDonald, J. F. McMaster, Capt.
W. G. Jordan, Lieut. J. H.Cummings,
Lient. J. W. Soigler, J. W. Ianahan,
Q. D. Williford, F. H. McMaster, L.
Samuels, A. M. Withers, E. L. Wilson,
John Davis, E. C. Smith, A. E. Gerig,
R. E..Brice, J. S. McCreight, W. 0.
Brice, M. W. Doty, R. B. Hanahan,
Jr., R. E.- Ellison, 8. B. Crawford,
J. S. Elder, D. W. Aiken, Max Sug
onheimer, T. W. Lauderdale, J. H.
McLure, Chester; Mr. Robertson,
Rook Hill; W. M. iamer, Sontth Car
olina College; Walter Pringle, Charles
ton; B. F. Perry Beattie, Greenville;
H. L. Elliott, W. I'. Douglass, H. C.
Elliott, D. A. Crawford, C. EL. Rabb,
H. B. Refo, H. E. Ketchin, 8. Y.
Clowney, J. M. Elliott, Jr.
TRY GILDER'S PILLS
For the Liver.
MOMASTER. BRICE & KETCIHIN.
R. L .
Cures sick headache in twenty minutes.
MOMASTERI, BRIToJ & KETOHIIN.
This remedy is becominAs elel known
and so popular as to neec no speclal meon
tion. All who. have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise.-A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
tNed to do all- that is claimed. lectric
flitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Salt Rheumi and other affectionseaused by
impure blood.-Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as cure all
Malarial Fevers.-For cure of Headache,
Constipation and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters.-Entire satisfaetion -guaranteed,
or money refunded .-Price teets. and$.00
oer bettle at MeMaster, Brice & Ketchin's
Drug Store. *
B y virtue of powers of attorney con
tained in three deeds of mortgage to
us given, respectively, by J. G. -PHce,
J. D.. Price and W. J. Price, of date the
first day of Februaryx 1883, and recorded
in Regiter Mesne U5onveyance's ofice,
Fairfied County, S. C., in BokW, pages
7, 9 and 11, we willoffer for sale on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY next,
before the Court Honse doer in Winns
bore, at pnblic outcry, to the highest bid
der, all the right, title and interest of said
J. G. Price, J. .D. Price nnd W. J. Price in
saId mortgaged Dremises, containing
Four Hundred arnd Sixty-fiye (405) Acres,
more or less.
Terms of sale-Cash.
J.1B. CROSBY & CO,
P URSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THlE
-*Court of Probate of date the 30th
day of September, 1887, whereby it was
ornered and decreed that the tract of land
hereinafter described be sold for the pur
pose of paying thle debts of W. K. Turn
or, deceased,YIwillioffer for sale before the
Court House on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY
next,within the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidd'er, the following-descrIbed
property, to wit:
All that tract ef land, lying and being
in the County of Fairfield and State of
South Carolina, containing
more or less, and bounded by lands of
Martha B. loyes, J. M. Yongue, J. M.
Lenmmon, T... Feaster and the "McMul
TERMs OF SALaE:.
All of the purehase.-ihoney thereof to be
pid in Cash, -and the purchaser to pay
December 10, g188P1.a.
TriHlAT ifart of my plantation near Buck.
-Ahead P. U., Fairfld County, S. C.,
containing Six Hundred Acres, morp or
less. For terms apply to
Dec7txtf J. C. FEASTER.
fWELLING HOUJSE AND LOT. form.
erlyI occupied' by the IBev. Willard
Richarde. For terms apply to
Nv12IxJant T, K. ELLIO TT.
T EARNESTLY request my friends wh<(
L. are indebted to me to settle their bal
ances en or before January 1, 1888, as)]
* nee eery coat that I can raise by thai
gite. If yop can'te posbyp ona
.JNO. P. MATTHEWS, Ja.
PLANTATION FOR RENT.
rIHE plantation, kcnown -as ther "In
.Ltit ution Place," three miles wes
Sof Winnboro, on which Is a nic4
residencee barp and good otithouses
For terms apply to C, K AB
N ov28O.KRA .
SALE UN DER POW R.
N ACCOROANOR WITH AUTHOR.
ity and 1ower of sale given by deed,
ted Jahuary 26, A. D. 182 and record
ed in the office of Regster o Mesne Con.
voyance for F'alrfield County on the 6th
day of Febraury, A. D. 1882, in Vol. 8,
pags 448, 44S and 450, we wiil offer for
sale, at public auction, at the Court House
In Winnsboro, at 11 o'clock, a. in., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUAUlY
next, the following-described real estate
now or late the property of Win. G. Hin.
nant, situate in Fairfield County, near the
town of Ridgeway, to wit:
All that tret of. land, measuring and
SEVENTY (70) AORES,
more or less, butting and bounding north
on the track of the O. .0. & A. Railroad
Company and en lot of P. M. Spence
east on to of Almwell Church, south and
west on lands of the estate of Dr. Thomas.
All that tract of land known as the
"Jones Trtet," measuring and containing
ONE HUNDRED AND TWO
Acres, more or less, butting and bourding
north and east on.lands of the estate of
Mrs. Bones, south and west on track of
the 0. C. & A. Bailrosid Company.
All that tract of land known as the
"Bulow Tract," measuring and contain
TWENTY (20) ACRES,
more or less, butting and bounding on
lands of Mrs. Fannie Bulow, the estate of
Mrs. Bones Jones and the track of the
C. C. & A. itailroad Company.
The followlng-described personalty, to
wit: One Elght-horse Portable Engine,
manufactu-ed by Birdsall, Auburn. New
TERMS OF BALE:
One-third cash on day of sale and the
balance in one and two years, with inter
est from day of sale, to be secured by the
bond of the purchaser 'and a mortgage of
the premises. Purchaser to pay for pa
THEO. D. JERVFY
EUGENE P. JERV1Y
LAURENS N. CHISOJM,
ERWIN S. JERVEY,
WM. C. BEE & CO.
Citron, Raisins,- Currants, Pure
TRY A PLUM PUDDING.
Mince Meat If you want the bost
buy ATMORE'S, take no other be
cause you can buy inferior goods at
lower prices. Apple Butter, Apples,
Figs, ates, Nuts,
PLAIN AND FRIENCH CANDY.
A lot of Imported Scotch Orange
Marmalade, something fine; Macaroni
and Cheese, Imported Pickle and
Sauces, Ca.mned Goods of every kind.
Try a Can of~ my -Sugar Corn. Gro.
cery Stock full in every lino.
When you want material for a fruit
Cake send me your list with the cash
and I will fill It. -.
All the above Goods are fresh and
pure. A trial solicited.
Pure Cognac Brandy, (Imported,)
Pure Jamaica Rum, (Imported,)
Pure Scotch Whiskoy, (Imported,)
Pur'e Champagne, (Imported )
Pure Old Port Wino, (Imnported,)
Pure Old Sherry Wineo, (Imported,).
Pure Old IHilland Gin, (Imnport'd)
Ross' Royal Ale, (Imported,)
Bass' Belfast Ale, (lmp'td.,)
Pure Old Kentucky WhIskye,
F'ure Old New JEngland Rumn,.
Pure Malt Whisky,
Pure N. C. Corn Whisky,
H lostotter's Bitters, -
* ~ Carplina Tolut,
Tolu Rlock and hlye,
Gin And Buichu,
and plenty of*
PLAliTATION WIJJSUYS &,,
Is plenty able, perfectly willin
For two weeks ouly I will' offoi
8)000, yards of bE
1,200.yaids of 4
1.10 yards of P<
1 piece 5-4 Black
JUST ARRIVED: Job lot of
D. A. Itondrix has just receive
useful toys. Cono and see them.
THE WINNSBORO BAR.
H, A. GAILLARD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office in building of WinnsboroNational
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 9 La: Range, -
Cractices in the- State and united States
H. N. ODEAR. W. C. RION.
OBEAR & RION,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
- Nos. 7 and 9 East Washington br.
Offices same asoccupied by the late Col
James IH Rion..
J. E. MCDONALD, C. A. DOUGI:AS
Solicitor Sixth Circuit.
McDONALD & DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Nos. 3 and 4 Law . Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices in all the State and United
W. L. McDONALD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office a stairs in TUn NEIWY AND IIFEn
No.1 L.AW ~ANGE,
W I N N gO O S. C.
St Conft~ I i~ ate and Unite;d
E. B3. RAUBDALE. G. W. RAGsDALE.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOIW AT LAW,
No. 2 gaLW Wnge,
W IN N1ORBO , e C.
os,flWe~ W. 1WcItAWAN,
AT TORNEY-A T-LAW,
SNo.? flavY Range
Practices in all United States and State
Courts. Special 'attention to corporation
and insurance law.
Sage's Catarrh Cilr
ELT'S CREAM CURR,
TIHE UNIVERSAL REMEDY FOR
HAY FEVER ANID CAT'A1H.
* W. E. AIKEN,
U o s.a oe DOaBUmW
o ecle an -
A o a dufq .
Spr AOO fo ein Mahns.
Wasoill keop thles Cansto .011,a
Stero rne,ro' So01lubcle, Moel
foot, Ol, ard Lands BIak~ Ol
dr, and VioeloLinseor cla and.
fee. Fne ce and hes .
McMA I4 BICE& KETCJ IN.
T FYOR TH) ENTS dOD.
WutEa tl Ree the P.es Tea at
Lterb oarrilk's Irbe on BMe,
s o, are Leaes B.kn; rw
tir,ard.itll l id to carter ng rf
MoATEJI, Rn A: KETCHItq
g and always ready to give each ai
to the, public bargains never befo
st Prints at 61c., worth 7c., anywhi
4 Ftiit of the Loom and other Do
pe -10-4 Sheeting (best quality)
5-4 Imported Black Cashmere (all
Cashmere (iiice quality) at 74c.
1 piece 4-4 Brown Casuneo
Overcoats. Come and see them; i
d a nice line of Holiday Goods, s
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BA MPLE COPY ON APPLICA TION
Having increased the force
of' our, Job Department, we
are now prepared to execute
allikinds of job work neatly,
upon the shortest notice, and
at the lowest possible figure.
We will gladly furnish price
list 'on application, and guar
antee that you will find the
same as low, if not lower, than
any other establishment of the
kind in the State. Sendl in
CAIOICE NO. 1 AND 2 MACK
EREfl, FAT AND JUICY.
and Oatmeal fresh by the
package, Thurbers and Cook's
No.S almon, New Canned
Peas and Corn.
SECOND AIVALJ OF
New Crop Raisins and Cur
~rants, Maillards Sweet Choc6
'lte, Newv Crop New Orleanis
Mola.ises, Choice first of thc
Season Flor ida Orar>ges, One
,Bcox New Evaporated Apples5
with great many other Goods
all of which will be sold at
the lowest dash.price at
td every customer just as good a bn
re equalled in Winnsboro:
3ro in town.
[neBtics at 8be.
wool) at 98c., cheap to any one at
1 piece 4-4 Black Ca.
'e (a bargain) at 39c.
ho best coats for the noney over off
cli as Dolls, Albums, Toilet Sets,
TURN PLOW t
WILL DO THE WORK OF ANY $5 PLOW.
XX BRIGHT ENGINE OIL,
50 cents per gallon.
90 cents por gallon. Cheaper and
better than tallow.
HEATING STOVES IN GREAT
A lot of fancy Baskets at cost tolI
close out. Tinware, Woodware, Hubs, 1
Spokes and Rims.
.J. H. CUMMINGS.
name on a paokage of COFFEE is a
guarantee of exceilence.
stores fm the tlantl o thePofo
COF FE E
i ever good *hen exposed to the afr.
Always buy thisbrandtnherm.ticaly
bealed'ONE POUND PAOKAGEO. 4
Owing to the unusual stringen
people generally have practice
in all branches of trade. The
has felt the pressure with the re
we fool gratified that our bush'
our expectations. Now.that ti
the reaction has come, and knc
PEOPLE WI LLIHiAV]
In antiol ation of this we hav<
usual, we expecd to sell til
assuredly doing it
AT OUR L4
Now we want to give a timely
-thoroughly acqualfnted with or
give our undivided attention
from beginning has been Smal
fail to try our house.
DRY GOODS A
In Dress Goods and D)ress
bought heavily and did well y
to do more this fall in that lin
to clear them out. Hlandkeroh
we have ever handled. Hlosie
prices we leave to the docis
Goods Damask, Napkins,Do
lngAloaching at bottQ in l
WhiteiiFlane, Calico, Ging i
D~o yolk know that there Is e
there is in pie-crusts. You g
cents for a poor dinner, while
good one. -As a rule you sa:
thp beAt, because it was botti
with shoes; ydu can't make gi
11avon't you often been ten
that looked as well as higher)
want to put youri money whei
'our advice and buy nothing
such as found at the Corner
will thank us for the suggesi
trading with us, wve have .nc
them In our store eoe'y tjt*he
rgain as any competitor in town
lhmere at 49c.
ored in this market.
Dressing Cases and many other
L rT m-AK.IWit,R
3out1 Carolina Railway Compan
COMMENCING SUNDAY, JUNE, 13,
1887, at 0.10 A. M., Passenger Trains
viii run as follows, "Eastern t,ime:"
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
EAST (DAILY). V
3opart Columbia.. 0.50 a. in. 5.33 p. n
)ne Charleston... .10.35 a. in. 9.45 p. in.
Depart Charleston. 7.00 a. in. 8.00 p. m.
Due Columbia.....10.45 a. in. 9.45 p. In.
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT.SUNDAY.)
a. n. a. in. p in. p. In.
Jepart Columbia...6.50 7.45 5.00 5.33
p m. p. m. p. m. p, in.
)uo Camden......12.52 12.52 7.42 7.42
WEST (DAILY SUNDAY EXCEPTED.)
a. In. a. In. p. In. p. M.
)opart Camden....7.45 7.45 3.30 3.30
A-. in. a. in. p in. p ii.
)ue Columbia.....10.25 10.45 7.30 9.45
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
)opart Columbia.. 6.50 a. in. 5.33 p. in
Juo Augusta......11.40 a. in. 10.25 p. in
Depart Augusta... 6.10 a. in. 4.40 p. in.
Uue Colunbia.....10.45 a. in. 9.55 p. In.
dlado at Union Depot, Columbia, with
.ilumbla & Greenville Railroad by train
xrriving at 10.45 A M, and departing at
i.33 1. 1. Also, with 6. C. & A. Railroad
>y saie train to and from all points on
Passengers take Breakfast and Supper at
3ranchlvlio and Columbia Depot.
At Pregnalls to and from - all points on
rutawvillo Railroad. At Charleston with.
eamers for New York Js.oksonville and
olints on St. John's 1 iver on Tuesdays
nd Saturdays; with Charleston andSavan
nh Railroad to and. from Savannah and
wints i Florida daily.
At Augusta with Georgia and Central
taliroads to and from all points West and
outh. At Blackvlllo to and from poin
Slarnwell Railroad. Through tioke
an be purchased to all points Souti and
Yest by al>)l1,ing to,
NIN Dl OT, Agent. Coluunbin, S. O.
IO.UN B.P.KCK GoerlMangr
J. U. AlLEN, Gen. Pass.& Tkt-At.
Charleston AS. ,
CoMME1tCIAL BiAi4K DUILDING,
COLUMBIA, 8, C. V
Promnpt attention ylv.en to thie transac
l(,n of business in tieo State and Federal
Jourts of Souith Carollna.
ly t'or the last few seasons, the
I economy in their purchases
089 has held its own beyond'
e times aro bettor, we fool that
w that. . .
E NEW FALL GOODS.
filled our shelves fuller than
iese goods of Course, and are
) W P RI CE S.
suggestion to all who are not
r way of doing~ business. We
to our wQrk, and our motto
1 Profits, Quick Sales. Don't
Trimmlugsas witr we
rith them. 'ihis Influenced us
3. Come and see. Wo Intend
ef-i, a big line, and the prettiest*
.y, a well selected lot, and the
ion of thie purchaser. y Ir1ie
res, Canton Flannels, ted andi
s much difference In shoes as
o to a cheap holi and pay 25
at another you pat $1.00 for a
SIn the end the higher p$oo is
ir qualfiy anid no ehdddy, So -
>od shoes out of poor tnatorial.
pted to Invest in oheap shoes
>rico goods? If.-however, you
elit wilt do therAost good ,tako
tut reliable, well mado shoe,
Itore, and our Ol'&for it y6tv
foit. To thoe *ho have boen
thig o sy;We e~tdet te seo
they wish to' bu.