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t 4IOro IoE tes appya
WIvA ltgeDatt:of euh are
t1 ' f i ii t; udof. r$ eot are .charged: for a.s
y, o)j Q8.k4 ,F kMla tk e. t0 And
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:'. < l I~ u are sollte l tbral terms
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.4 "'.J e ,Jy h6yvood, 8.
M #V, akitis, S. C.
too 6 A
dinauoo-'J. H. Cummngs,
t ' . are' in demand 'it twenty
vq bnapi;.o en.i Qur-ystreots.
Cht mat ~ou ngohunday this
year, $[onday will be observed by the
b kmei'oUfb sand '6thers 'is holi
btutt Zion Institute- closed on
F ,or the Chilettnas holidays.
" t ;will contintie 'itil onq-week
afteri ti 25th.
Ir -is. reported. that our former
t twslna( Mr. Ui. Browi MoMaster,
Swillacepot a "position on a. Mexican
railroad atan early date.
-r:WI. Y. Stork has opened a
first-class grocery store at the old
stand of M B. Sugenhoimer, where
he will be, glad to see -his friends when
thofI eeti Qrst-class'groceries.
-The general Appropriation bill re
-' ote bythe Ways an4 Means comi
titoe zoi -ho present Legislature
appropriates $807,205 for the pe
ditues of the State for the next year.
R$ONAL.--M0SSr. W. S. Sanders
and J. K. Henry, prominout members
6fo.Uhoster bar, were in 'town on
n TRY QILDERV'"PILLS
For -tho Liver.
' ." MMAsTEfl, BRICE dt KETo'CIN.
IOLIDAY GooD.-Dr. W. E Aiken
has acei'ved several choice selections
of Christmas goods. Call and exam
nc before they are picked over.
1i. DY' FOR CRIsTMAs.--Mr. - J.' 0.
oag a ready for Christmas, and his,
stock Is complete in every department.
When you need anfthing it* the way
of goods of any description give him
a ntbefore purchash:g elsewvhere.
AAL gCoN.-rsr.-Wo have re
001 cVa igttg to at tend the an
nV boigtet~ d.tveen<thue Literary.
Sogilte "cf, he 8o3lth Carolina UDI
leptho 20th.inst. Mr.' F. H.. Mc
Master, of WYinnsboro, will act as
-president oni this occasion.
Notro.-All personus indebted -to
the subscriber are respectfully 're
quested to.call at his office and settle
7 ~ at once, cr the account wvill be placed
in the hands of a collector.
i R. B. HIANAHAN, SR., M. D.
JI. J., P. ^
Ecures sick headache in twenty ninutes.
McMASTEER, BR10EB & IKEToIIIN.
COMPLETION OF BANKc BUILDING.
Mr. Frank Niernee, architect, has
been in Winnsboro for som'e days in
- specting the bank buidig, He finally
turned it over to the authorities, ex
pressing the opinion that it was a most
excqlhnt job, and geceived lis app~ro
)gtion. in. evely way. Thus the build
ing is complete, refl'ecting credit upon
the contraclors, Messrs. Lawing and
' Elliott. Mr. Lawing having com'
pleted his work left for Charlotte on
Friday, leaving inany friends int
Winsaboro, who will always be glad
t.o welcome him in onr towvn.
THF, CANAL BILL.-The Columbia
* canal bill has passed the Legislature.
*- n addition to the original bill the
olowing amendients were adopted:
~he .Stato' to havoe -'500 , horpe-power
free, and all mortgages anid -franchises
~of the, property will be suibjectto this
*coniditioni. The Slate Afurther iretains
a revorgloniiyy interest. in .the.-canal,
* *aird the trinsfer is based upon the con
ditin that the canal be finished to
~ervats street in seven years. There
4 wi~ya'au effort to. make tha,timas of for
;for ten and some fifteeu years, but at
last the. period of seven .years was
aged upon as a'coinpromise.
(SilOOTING AWFRAY.-We el3
4, ollowing fr,m the Columbia Register,
of the 10th inst, :
AaffrAy~tWiouitwuoo6ri 0 c II',
d, Sims and,John Crosby took place
Wednesday duear Shelton, in Fairfield
eQhy nd as a result 0 rosby is suf
frpgfrom caused: by The
co a6i~~b~h tgI It acgars
th' 4 yt *to
go as*eoft atteintD
of 6rndldie 'doyeeOcl of his
dem nS ~pee . rosby had al.so
been inqlfdt~ hip plot had besd1
4ec* i0 ~al~ as aru a w1th.va
pls4J.~WtI~,:t9~o no$66t Sims
shot rsyI b'o~oc befoee be
*Ita t tt4r ~ iyothe co.
8e the etd o$ thedhody
~"''tuidgf )Man 4.dyhuvt, bit
. Vj,Wduoday ove.
s., rge oontoursv
of . tcude *d x'latives assembled el
tii;,nt$ o Mr. J4bn Wylie, rest
dent > 2v $l e ? reic Wlnnsboro, t<
wittpeset b.pnarriage ,ceremony of his
daigiht.Miss .14lIa M. Wylio to Mr.
W. S. Weir, also of this county
'ronptly at sovep o'olook the.con
trcting pair appeared and were united
forever in the holy b'onds'of matri
nlony by the Rev. J. S. Douglass, pas
tor of Wateree Presbyterlan Church.
the attetdanta wore: Mr. Wm. E.
Hendrix and Miss Janie Wylie, Mr.
W6. G. Templeton. and Miss Carrie
Wylie. After the ceremony a splen
did entertainment was given the
guests, 'which .was 0r coiuro. greatly
enjoyed. 'Both of the contracting
parties are *ell kilown in Winneboro,
both having attended - school. at 'this
place.. They have .the best , wlshes of
TU NEWA AND HE'RAr.D as well as a
host of friends in Winnsboro for their
i'tic$ happiness, which has beenso
A Lee of the Lees.
(Xfto York 84ar.)
A ann. Of note,. whose career in
Cougress will watQhed with interest,
Is Gen. W. H. P. Lee of the Alexan
driq, Va.. district. - he succeeds the
Hon. John S. Barbour, who is expect
lhg to be elected to the Senale this
winter to susceed Mr. Riddleberger.
Gen Leo Is' the youngest son of Gen.
Robt. E. Lee and is a large, heavy
men,'With high color and gray show
ing in his hair and bevra. -lo bears
a strong resemblance to his, father.
He has for some yerrs past been lead
ing. the .life of a farmer, but has en
tered publlo life -now with tho.vlew of
remaining if he likes it. Like all the
Lees he is a man of education and
refiuement, and, while not rn orator,
has good capacity for debate.
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. Btainbridge Munday, E . County
Atty., Clay Co.,' Tex., says:' " ave used
Electric Bitters with most happy results.
My brother also was very low with Mala
rial Fever and Jaundice but was cured by
timely use of this mediolne. Am satisfied
Electric Bitters saved his life."
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave,
Ky., adds a like testimony, saying : lie
positively believes he would have died, had
it not been for Electric Bitters.
This great remedy will ward off, as well
as cure all Malaria Diseases, and for all
Kidney, - Liver and Stomach Disorders
stands unequaled. Pribe 500. and f1. at
McMaster, Brice & Ketchin. *
Fettered by Eloquence.
(Youths' Oompanion. )
Ben Hardin, the Kentucky lawyer,
was an orator possessed of such skill
in moving the hearts of men that very
low who-heard the begivning of ooeof
his speeches had inclination or ability
to leave before its conclusion.
Tie once hit . upon the ingenious
describing the conversations which
had taken place among the dogs of the
town about his client's adversary and
the opposing witnesses. - The speech
Occupied the greater part of the day.
A farmer's wife, living In the coun
try, had sent her negro boy to town
on an errand, with orders to return
as it was completed. The boy, how
ever, did iiot appear, until nightfall,
and his mistress, out of all Fatience,
asked heht husband to take him out for
The master, Intending to comply,
thought ho nould, nevertheless, hear
what the negro had to say in self
"I'll tell you how .it was mass,"
sald' the boy. "I wenit to town, and
wvas starting home, and I heard Mr.
Harden speaking. [:put mny head into
the court-house door, just to hoar
what ho was talkiug about. Ho .was
telling what soIne dogs had said, and
I got to listeninig, and the first thing I
know It was night.
"WVell, George," said his master, "if
that was what kept you, I shall h'ave
to let you off this time. I was caught
by that same dog speech myself I"
You cannot afford to waste time In ex
perimenting when your lungs are in dan
ger. Consumption always seems, at first,
only a cold. .Do not permit any deoalei' to
impose upon you with somne cheap Imita
tion of Dr.sKing's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs, anid Colds, but be sure
you get the' genuine. Because lhe can
make more' profit he may tell tell you he
has something just a9 good, or just the
same. Don't be deceived, but Insist up)on
getting Dr. King's New Discovery, whioh
sa guaranteed tgive relief sn all Throat,
Lung and Chest affections. Trial bottles
free at McMaster, Brice & Ketchil's Drug
'EARNESTLY request mny friends who
L. are indebted to me to settle their bal
anees on or-before January 1, 1888, as- I
need every. cent that I can raise by that
date. If you can't possibly pay money,
giveme'paper.tha.: I can use. Don't fai4
$1 ttnit tismatter.
JNO. P. MATTHEWS, Jn.
. AN ORDINANCE
To PROHnuT THE SHOOTING oF' FIREc
'CRAOKEltS .ANID OTHER ExPL.OSIVES
ON TfHE STREiEr.
Be:it ordained by' the Intendant and
Wardens of the town of iWinnsboro,
in Concil assembled,' and by authori
ty of the sanie, That any person or
persons who shall discharge anya gun
or pistol, or set flire to, explode, or
use, any squib, fire, 'fire-cracker, or
explosive, or any other discharge of
powder, excepy in thQ discht.rgo of
some public duty,within the corporate
limits of the town, shall forfeit and
pay for each and overy such offence a
9a)m nog exceed1ing ten dollars, or be
Imprisoned. at the disceretion or the
Iptendlant. ..Provided,..That oni Christ
msas og other holiday the use of fire
crackers fire-works and other. harm
less expl'oies, shall be at the discre
tion of the Intendant.
Be it furthey' ordlainedt, That any
persori or persons who shall exhibit,
set fire to, ol. explode, ainy fire-work'e
or fire-baills or 'rhise oft' elevajefay
balloon by.heat within the6 corporate
limits tof the town, unless -by othe
written permission* of the Intendant
first .had and obtained, shall forfeli
and pay for each and every offene
the suw of- five dollars, or be impwh
oied at the discretion of the In
J. H. OUMMiIlGS,
rmx~s apply to
Dectztt J.(7. EASTER.
-turns Of plbperty;"i r axa
will be at the plae4 nod below, on
theda ,tspeoif ef -either in pQrQl or
by p All personta owiing per
sonal property on. the Srat'day of Jan
Uary , are required to return,the
sanie, under oath. Personal property,
moneys and oredits of every .desrip
tion are returnable. - All porson8 be
tween 21 and 60 years, noE physically
digabled, Are liable to poll tax and will.
report accordingly. Any transfers of
real estate by sale or purchase mustr-be
White Oak, Tuesday, January 10,
Woodward, Wedesday, January
. Feastervllo, Friday, January 18.
Buokhead, Saturday, January 14.
Ruff's Store (Uorob), Tuesday; Jan
Jenikinsville, WWedneeday, January
Monticello, Thursday January 19.
Ridgeway, Tuesday, January 24.
Centreville' (Ihogan's), .Wedneday,
Bear Crook TIhursday Jandary 20.
Blythewood, Friday, January 27.
Gladden's'Grove,. Monday, January
Flint Hill (3onlwaro's Store), Tues
day, January 31. .
1. N, WITHERS
-6iJl A titorF. ,.
SALE UNDER POWER.
TN ACCORDANCE W.ITH AUTHOR
lty and power of .sai given by deed,
dated January 20,.A. D. 1882, and record
ed in the office of Register of Mesno Con
veyance for I+airflek. County on the 6th
day of Febraury, A. D. 1882, In Vol.- 8,
pages 448, 449 and 450, .we will offer for
sale, at public auction, at the Court Rouse
in Winnsboro,.at 11 o'clock,. a..m., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY
next, the following-doscribed real estate
now or late the property of Wm. 0. 1in
nant, situate in Fairfieki County, near the
town of Rlidgeway, to wit:
All that tract of land, measuring and
SEVENTY (70) AORES,
more or less, buUln'g ald bounding north
on the track of the C. C. -A A. Railroad
Company, and an lot of P. M. Spence
east on lot of Aimwoll Church, sonh and
west on lands of the estate of Dr. Thomas.
All that tract of. land known as the
"Jones Trgot," measuring and containing
ONE HUNDRED AND TWO
Acres, more or less, butting and bounding
north and east on lands of the estate of
Mrs. Bones, south and west on track of
the C. C. & A. Railroad Company.
All that tract of land known: as the
"Bulow Tract," measuring and contain
- TWENTY (20) ACRES,
more or less, iutting and botnding on
lands of Mrs. Fannie Bulow, the estate of
Mrs. Bones, Jones and the track of. the
C. C. & A. Railroad Company. .
The following-described personalty, to
wit: One Eight-horse Portablo Engine,
manufactu-ted by Birdsall, Auburn, New
TERMS- OF SAL.E:
Oac-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. aind a mortgage of
the.- premises. Purchiaser to pay for pa
pr. THEO. D. .JERVEY,
EUGENE P. JERVEY
LAURENS N. HOuoMr
-WMEL C. DEE & CO.
MILCH COWS AND OATS.
2 OoBUSHLELS of .Pure Red Rust:
Proof Oats and several goodf
Mulch Cows, for sale by* ' AVS
Monteilo, S. C., November 2, 1887.
Castrol.w.m for axles,- Castor Oil,
Kerosene, Red C Oil, Machino, Noats
foot, Olive, Lard- and Harn1ess Oilsy
Raw and Boiled Linseed 0il caud
Sperm Oil for Sewing Machines.
MOMASTER, BICE & KETCHIN.
FPOR THE BLOOD.
Cuticura Resolvent, P. P. P., Mc
Lean's Cordial, Brown's Iron Bitters,
S. S. S., Mrs. Joe Person's Rtemedy,
Ayer's Sarsaparlila, B.- B. B., Extract
Sarsaparilla with Io'dide, Harter's Iron
McMASTE~R, BRtICE & KETCHIIN.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAInFIELD.
By J.A. HINNA,T, .Iiq., Probate Judge.
WHERAS, JOSEPH It." A LSTON,'
Vhath made suit to meoto grant im
letters of administration of the estate and
effects of. Mrs..J. A. Cook, decased:
These are. therefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular the kindred and- cred
itors of the said Mrs. J. A. Coqk, de
ceased, that they be and ap at before me,
in the Court of Probate, beheld at
Fairfield Court. Ihouse; S. C., oni the 28th
day of Decembler' noxt after publfeation
hereof, at 11 'o'cl'cJ itfhd.foreiaohi to
show caea '.if 'any tle have, why the
said admiin stratjon shol1 not^be granted.
Given nder miy hdnan -this 12tn ayo
December,>Antro Pinn1887. d o
Publiahed on the 13th day of December,
1887, in T HE NEWS'AND IIERKD
J. A. IiNNANT,
Dec19lt1x5 Judge of Probate.
STATE \OF )UCTH CAROLINAr
COUNTY OF FAIRtIELD.
By J. A. HIINNANT, Rug., Probate Judge.'
W HJEREAS, W. Hf. KERR, 0.0. C. P.,
hath made- suit to me 'to grant him
letters of administration of the estate and
effects of Charles M. Porte deceased:
These are, therefore, to toand admon.
ilh all and shigularthe kindred and credit
ors of the said Charles M. Porter, de
ceased, thua, they be and appear before me,
in the Court of.-Probate, tobhe hold at Fair
field Court hIou.se,g. O op the 81st day of
December, after pubhidation hereof, aE 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if
any they' have, why the said administra
tion should not be granted.
-Given under my hand, this 21st day of
November, Anne Domnipi 188?.
Publieshed on the 22d day of November,
1887, in THE NEwA AND JIEnALD.
J.' A. HINNANT,
Nov29tigo5 Judge of .Probate.
p10IdAG /'S SALE.
T~ virtue of iowets 6f attiorney con1
tained in tlirek deed o6f i g~to
first dia .of neraty recorded
-i tresx1.e at~' .offli
-eor th urt .$lonse. ix'hne
hbr,tIbii b uly , bid
n1~~j~~ AIO cJo Y & 0.
PlI _S# R_
Is plenty able, perfeotly willi
For two weeks only I will off
- 8,000 yards of 1
1,200. y4rds of 4
110 yards of I
1 pieco 5-4 Blac
JUST ARBIVE : Job lot o
D. A. Hendrix has just receiv
useful toys. Come 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. OLaw'Range, -
WINNSBORO, S. C.
- Practlces In the State and United States
H. N. OBEARt. W. C. RION.
- OIEAR & RION,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
- Nos. 7 and 0 East WYashington bs.
WINXSnORO, s.- c.
Offices same asoccupield by the lato Col
James H1 lion.
J. E. MCDONALD, C. A. DOUGLAs
Solicitor Sixth Circuit.
McDONALD & DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Nos. 3 and 4 Law Range,
WINNSBdRO, S. c.
Practices in all the State and UnIted
. W. L. McDONALD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ,AT LAW,
WIN18 tO110; S. C.
. Office- up stairs In nut NEWS AND IT1."it
JAS. GL11N McOA1(TS,
A T TO R.NE t -A T -'-L A W,
No. 1 -LAW1 RANG10,
WV I N NSI O.R o,-s. u.
irractces in the State and United
E~. B. RAUBDALE. ..,G. W. RAIBDALF?.
UAGSDALE & RAGSDALE,
ATTORNEYS AND O0QUl|LL.OIW Ai'. LAW,
.W INN.SJB R O, S. 0..
OMNIUND W. BUOCKANAN,
-.No. 7 Law )t'ange,
W I N NBSB O1O, S. C.
Practices in all United States and State
Dourts. SpecIal attentIon to corporation
an'd insurance law.
R AISIONS, CURR AN1'S
NUTS OF ALL KIND.
FL AVO1ING FOR SAUSAGE.
CHOW CHOW AND
. COFFEE8-'JAVA -AND RIO.
-* AND BLACK.
NEW ORLEANS MOL ASSE~S.
A J F. McUASTER 4& CO.
68 8D g
ig and alwys ready to giye each ai
ar to the public bargains never bef<
best Prints at'610., wortli 7c., anywb
k4 Fi Mt of the Loom and pther Do
'eperel 10-4 Sheeting (best quality)
5-4 Imported' Black Cashmere (all
k Caslimere (nice quality) at 74c0.
1 piece 4-4 Brown Cashme
E Overcoats. Come and see theni;
ed.a nico line of Holiday Goods, si
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JOB D~EPA.LTIE NT.
Having increased the force
of our Job Department, we
are now .prepared to execute
all kinds of job work neatly,
1apon the shortest notice, and
at the lowest possible figure.
We will gladly furnish price
list on appli.cationi, and guar
antee that you will find, the
same as low,-if not lower, than
a.ny other establishment of the
kind in the State. Send in
0110101 NO. ;. AND 2 MAUK.
ERUEL, WAT AND JVI0Y.
and . 0atmeal fresh by. the
package, Thurbers and Cook's
No. i Salmon, New Canmed
Peas and Corn..
SECOND .4RRIV4L OF
New Crop Raisins and Cur
~anithMaillards SWeet 'Choco.
late~ New Crop New .Orleans
toIsses, sCholde 'first of th
ason-FIriQ da Orape 0ni
3B~New hvaporate d''plea
(~vth great many other &odi
alf w fiIh wil be. sold a
thelow:est cash price at
d every cristomer just as good a1
B A..D ECMd
re equalled in Winnsboro :
ere in town.
mestics at 810.
wool) at 98o., cheap to aly one t
1 piece 4-4 Black
re (a bargain) at 890.
the best coats for the money ever <
Lol as Dolls- Albums, Toilet Set
South Carolina Railway Company,
C OMMENCING SUNDAY, JUNE, 12,
1887, at 6.10 A. M., Passenger Traine
will run as follows, "Eastern time:"
- TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
Depart Columbia.. 0.50 a. in. 5.33 p. in.
Dne Charleston....10.35 a. In. 0.45 p. in.
Depart Charleston. 7.00 a. in. 8.00 p. m.
Due Columbia.....10.45 a. i. 9.45 p. in.
* TO AND FROM CAMDEN. .
EAST (DAILY EXOEPT SUNDAY.)
a. in. a. in. D' in. p. In.
Depart Coluibia....0.50 7.45 6.00 5.33
p in. p. m. p. mn. p, m.
Due Camden......12.52' 12,52 7.42 7.42
WEST (DAILY SUNDAY EXOEPTED.)
a. in. a. in. p. in. p. in.
Depart Camden....7.45 7.45 3.30 3.30
a. m. a. m. p in. p in.
Due Columbia.....10.25 10.45 7.30 9.45
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
Depart Columbia.. 0.50 a. in. 5.33 p. ni
Due Augusta......11.40 a. in. 10.25 p. in
Depa rt Augusta... 0.10 a. in. 4.40 p in
Due Columbia .... 10.45 a. in. 0.55 p, in,
Made at Union Depot, Columbia, witli
Calumbia & Greenvillo Railroad by train
arriving at 10.45 A. M and departing at
5. 83 P. I1. Also, with . C. &A. Iailroad
by same train to and from all points oi
Passengers take Breakfast and Supper at
Branchville and Columbia Depot.
At Prognalls to and from all points on
Eutawvtilo Rairoad. At Charleston witi
steamers for New York, Jacksonville and
points on St. Join's tiver on Tuesdays
and Saturdays; with Charleston andSavan
nab Railroad to and from Savannah and
points in Florida daily.
At Augusta with Georgia and Central
Railroads to and from all points Vest and
South. At Blackville to amd from polntb
on larnwelI ltallroad, Through tlokete
can be purehiaed to all poiits South and
UN 1 1 , tAgent Columbia, S. C.
JOHN B.-PECK, General Manager.
D. C. ALIE1N, Geni. Pas.&T!cket A 6.
- JNO. S. R EYNOLDS
ATTO IINEY- AT-LA
COMMEUWIL DAN K BIUIJ,hiG,
- COLUMBIA,8. C.
Prompt attention given to thme transace
tionm of biusins in the Stato and Federa
Qourts of Southm Carolina.
Owing to the unusual string
* people generally have practi
in all branches of trade. Ti
has felt the pressure with the
we feel gratified that our bul
our expectations. Now that
tho reaction has come, and k~
In anticipation of this we hi
usual. We expected to sell
assuredly doing it
AT OUR L
Now we waiit to give a tImo
thoroughly acquafuted with
'lgie our undIvided attontio
frmbeginnIng has beeni Sr
fail to try our house.
Ini Dress Goods and Dre
bought heavily and did wel
to do more this fall in that I
to clear them out. Handker
we have over handled. Hoi
prices we leave to the do
* Goods, Damask, Napkins, T
ings, Blieaching at bottom fi
. White Fianels, Calico, GIng
Do you know that there 1'
there is in ploeruists.* You
cents for a poor dinner, wh
good one. As a rule you
the bes't, because it was hi
with shoes; ypu can't mnak4
llaven't youofen been I'
that JoQO4 11ol as hight
want t. tlg ~ur money wi
our advice ad buy no;hini
such as founcna 1 th Comne
will thaunk u for'tb e ugg
trad wth hav
theI4I n u e r tis
1 ~ J' FL f
bargain as any, competitor; iton
)ashmere. at 49c.
>ffered in this niarket,'
i, Dressing Cases and many other
WILL DO TH WOR OF A1 $5 'PLOW.
XX BRIG HIT ENGINE OIL,
a0 cents per gallon.
90 cents per gallon. Cheaper and
better than tallow,
HEATING. STOVES IN GREAT
A lot .of fancy Baskets af'co.st to
close out. Tinware, Woodware, $ PO,
Spokes and Rims.
.L. iL. CUM,ING.
name,on.eaokageao Ce aFe a
AOE lit ofac sketsi alt fstos
Spokes anoms.eAlntot hePoa
sW never the lnt txoe te ainq
Ieae O POUND EAJAGES~
uncy for. the.lgst few seasons, the
cod economy in their purchases.
ie general merchandise business
rest. Considering the situation
Biness has held its own beyond
,.the times aire better, we foci that
Lye filled our shelves fuller than.'
those goods of course, and are
ly suggestion to all who are not
our way of dolng business. We
n to our work,.and our motto
iail Proflts, Quick Bales. Don't
AND NOTION S
as Trimmings, last winter we
I with them. This influenced us
jue. Come and see. We intend
chiefs, a big line, and the prottlest
iery, a well selected lot, and the
elsion of the purchaser. White
loylies, Towel Sheetngs, Shirt
Lm,eCton i?annels, lied and- --
go to a cheap hotel anid pa 4
le at another youpa *t 0
may' in the end the ng9 o 4
tier quality and p h1~q.
good shoes~ont ofp& no1
ofnpted 1 invest In ohT S1
g but r~Ia$, olr~ l~.
hot,Kt a~O~Xest ~ ~ .1