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11 NEWS AND HERALD
W[NNSBORO, S. 0.
J. Q. DAVIS,.
P. M. 1 t10Eol, t t t t Editor
Saturday, June 10, 18883
FOR PRtESIDENT :
OF NEW YORK.:
FOR VICE-PRESIDErNT :
ALLEN G. THURMAN,
Are We on Trial V
.Mr. B. 0. Duncan, of Newberry,
has written a letter to the Boston
- Transcript in reply to a lottei' of Dr.
Mayo in tho same paper, who defonded
the educational system and work in this
Stato against the false representatio)s
of Hndrix McLane. It could not be
expected that Mr. Duncan would have
anything good to say about South
Carolina, or the Democratic party,
being a self-acknowledged Republican.
It was, therefore, no surprise to road
in his article such terms as "Bour
bon," "ring rule," and other epithets
that are used t>y men of the McLane
stripe. Mr. Duncan is one, of the
lights of the farmers' movement, and
we think they should be advised as, to
his opinion about the 'Democratic
party-the party through which the
farmers hope to secure the adoption of
So much for Mr. Duncan. Some
PeoplO in Boston, urged on by such
men as McLane, secin to think that
their services are needed in this State
to assist in conducting the govern
mont. So far as we can learn the peo
pl of this State are abundantly able
to govern themselves, and the very
impudent ofl';r of assistance is declined
without thanks. Wu thinlk these peo
ple couldeasily find something to do
in Massachusetts, and if they are so
much interested in good government,
we think their clYorts would be far
more ellictive at home than in South
Aside from these peoplo, the Boston
Tran.cript seems to be itching to take
a hand in our aflii's. It devotes col
utns, both editorial and otherwise, to
alflairs In South Carolina. Oe would
think that the State was on trial in u
Boston, with the editor of the Tntn
script Judge and McLane & Co. jury.
What. has Boston, the Transcript or
anybody clo in Massachusetts got to
do with our affhirs? We are doing
the best we can, and proposo to make
appropriations to thoCollege at Comm
bin, the Citadel iad Cillin just as we i
wvant, wit heat consultinug any outside
parties. Massachusetts can goverm it..
selt' without our assistance. We pro
pose to do the same thintg. This
being the case the Transcript, McL~ane e
or any other mian can howl as much
as they please.
Appropriatins for Colle~geN.
Mr. D)uncan, in his let ter to t .c
Boston T1ranscript , arraigns tihe De)mo
cratic p)arty for its partiality in appro
priat ions for educatilon. The Columbia
Register, on this point, says:
Mr. D)uncan next belittles the State
aid for' colored educattion. lie says
that the State University receives
nearly $100,000, of' which only $ 10,
000 goes to Cillin, and ho comp~ares Ei
Chaflin's 9416 students with 175 ol' the
South Carclina College. Alr. D)uncan
must know that of the $100,000 at
least $25,000 goes to ex perimnental
wvork on farms, and cannot be charged
against instruction, lie must know
also that this new organIzation hazs not
gone into ell'ect yet, and therefore the
prVoposed expenditure has no conniec
tioni with the present allowance, lie
should know that the South Carohli na
College this year has not mocre than
$30,000. lie should know that this
sum is Inflnitesimal coimparedl with the -
money spent in Northern colleges, and
wvill not therofore alarm tho 11oston
Transcript as it frightens a South
Carolina voter. Again, the llegister
Is surprised that one who has attended
Gernmn universities and knows what A
higher education is wvould compare
Claimi's 946 'Ustudents'' wvith the 175
stud(ents in Columbia,.*when It, is true
that at Clafin not more than a hand
fuil are in the inastit ution. Tlhis isJ
nothing against Clatlin, but it is cer
tainly no argument ahainist the South
Carolina College, and the Tr'anscript
will be pleased to know that South
Carolina is not cheese-paring. It will
know aleo that t.he $10,000 given to A
Claflin by the State Is enough to suip
plmn orthern philanthropy.
WEAhink it would be well for the
Democratic party to be on the watch
for the enemy. It Is stated that Ieo
publicans are registering heavily in
some of the. counties, their inten tion -
being to make an ell'ort to defeat.
Democratic candidates for t .ongress.
Democrats must not remain inactive
under such circumstances. Every
Democrat should register.
THEREmi is great opposition mnanifosh.
ed In Congressman Tillman's district v
against him, owing to his views on a
the tarlfl'and opposition to the admnin- a
THEm State Executive Committee
will meet on the 19th lust, Arrange
monts wvill be made for the u'ominating
convention and the date of its meeting. i
TilE MIllis 1)111 contains 1,332 lines,
Uip to Friday only seventy-five of theto
lines had beeni considered, and they ~
have been considerably patched up. e
-1ev D)r. Uurrows, pastor First Baptist J
Church, Augustsi, Ga., says: "I have used
I1. II, P. myself and in my family for years
and find it to be theC best reniedy known
44 ~ for sick headac1e eonstipation or bilious
disorders. I jdise' any one sufferin
*fronti these trou>le to use it and keepi
ini their fainl1."Yoi' ale by M.I[ast.r, -
' otel Arrivals.
W1'INnsBOto IIoTErT." -llarry McCaw
Yorkyillo, II. M. Davidson, Phiiadel
phia, Judge J. B. Kershaw, Camdel
J. A. S1ewart, Woodward, C. J
Stevenson; Albion, F. I. Hyatt, Co
lumbla, W. A. Sanders, Chester, IW
T. TC1oms, Camden, E. J. Gage, -1
Y'., W. H. WVills, Va., J. D. Churd
Va., M1aj. T'. WV. Woodward, County
A. J. Pead, Baltimore, J. L. Ervin
Buddinglon, N. U., J. A. Ilaniltou
Chester, J.-C. James, Ridgeway.
Duvar. lousi.-N. Dunbar, Wood
Ward, John McIntyre, Ridgewaty, - J
S. -Edmunds, Ridgeway, J. It. Stirling
County, W. W. Banks, Fairfield, R1
C. Dove, county, C. V. Bell, Nelson
J. WV. Wootan Blythowood, Josepl
McMeekin, Alston, T. W. Traylor
Shelton, Thos. Blair, Dawklus, J. A
F. Coleman, Feasterville, J. .W. We.lr
J. K. Stevenson, county, J. M. Crumlp
ton, lidgeway, W. M. Bruinslid, S
C., L. D. Tinkler, C. U. Boulic are, J
D. Aiken, copty..
Syrup o Figs
Is Nature's own truo laxative. It. i
the most easily taken, and the most
efIcctive remedy known to Cleanse the
System when Bilious or Costive; tc
dispel lieadaches, Colds and 'oFevers;
to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indi
gestion, etc. Manifactured only by
the California Fig Syrup Compalny,
San Francisco, Cal. For sale by Dr
W. E. Aikon.
Ilucklen's iArnilen Salvo.
''HEn usr SALvE in the World for Cuts,
lruises, Sores, Ullcers, Salt ltlicun, Fovel
Sores, 'Tetter, Chapped ll ands, Chilblants,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay reqiuired. II
Is gintratitoed to give perf'ect satisfaction,
or money refunded. l'ricu 25 cents pci
box. For salo by McMaster, 13rico &
Thi Verdict. Unnni,nous.
WY 1). Suilt, 1)ruggist, l;ipputs, Inl., tes.
,ifles: '1 cnn reconunend Electric lIitIers
[is tho very bo.,t remecly. Every bole.Li
sold has given :ellef in every case. One
man took six bottes, and was cured of,
Ilhemnatisn of tenl years' stanclilg.
Abrahiamllanre, Drggist., ellviill, Ohio,
illirmns: "''Th best selling ute<leine I have
ver handled inl my twenty years' expe
'lence, is Illectrie iten;.'' ThousandIs of
Ithers have alidded their testimonll y, so tht1I
er d1 curie all diseases of Ihe Liver Kit
ieys or Blood. Only a halt dollar a i ottle
IL hlcMister, lBric-e & Ketchlin's I)rug
TAP'IOCA, OAT M1A1, SA('O,
'ailina alld Cornl Starch for Cunlilnerv
Cox's, Nelson's and Jtoyal (elatine.
lillard's Chocolate and Extr'act for
Cook's Medal Columbia River Sal
0ion, the finest ever brought here.
Potted 11an. Itoast heel'nn md 'I'ng11 r1.
'Teas amil (Cotlees a specialtr.
1ordenl's Condensed ?Lilk, (arolina
Th'le b)est Gr itS, Melrl, anid the b,est
Mlaisse's, SnigarIs of aill grades.
Evapor'ated A pples anmd fresh Prunes.
With a good manymt other goods, all
I which will lbe sold eaip for' cash at
TIUR NI iGS,'
Write or callfor prices.
P'. P'. TIOA LE
.Mchi27tx ly Charlestona, S. C.
NO ill SUI'PLYt AO TiA
GINGElt A LI,
SODI A WATEII,
PAINTIS, OILS, &C,
I llAVE AltIIANGED) WITil TIlE
vo best Paint. JIouases ini the United
tates to -sell their Painats, amid at a
cry lowv profit. I, therefore, call the
Itention of every one in the County
nticlpatling any painting to call andl
3lctL what they mnay ned.. Any
rdcr will be0 filled for cash at Char'les
ma or Columbia prices.
WV. E. A IKEN,
Vithrop Tlrainilag School for
4PPLIG(ANTfS for State scholar
1.shi ps in tho \Vinthrop Training
chool for Teachcrs will report for
ramiinationa at the Court I louse In
finnsboro, S. C., at 11 o'clock, n.'m.,
uly 31, 1888.
JAMES 0. McCANTS,
W. II. W ITfIlEIIOW,
MISS E MILY OIE A It,
Board of Exainercis.
--Take your cornty paper.
P01 L.V, .
'This powder nevor varies. A. n)arvel of
purity, atren gth and wholosolneness. More
economical tlian the ordinary kinds and
cannot be sold in compotition witI the
multitudo of low test, short welht: urn
or phosphatl powders. Sold only in cans.
ROYAL 13AKINo POwim)n11 Co., 100 Wall
St., N. Y.'
Sold by McMaster, Brice & Ketchin,
PIEDIMONT A IR-LINE.
IIIIMOND AND DANVILLE Rt.R
SOI'rI CAROLINA DIVISION.
Uotlelsed Schedulo in Effect May 13,
TRAINS RUN BY 75T"l MEIn3DIAN TIME.
North Bound. No. 51. No. 53.
(viaS.C. R.It.) 0.15p.m. 7.00a.m.
Lv. Augusta, 7.Op.n. 9.33a.n.
lLv. Graniteville, 7.53p.mn.10.10a.m.
Lv. Trenton, 8.30p.in.10.4$a.in.
lIv. Johnstonl's 8.47p.m.11.05a.m.
L,v. Coltumbil, . I1.25p.m. 1.40p.m.
1.v. W1'unsboro, 1.10 a.m. 3.19p.m1.
l.v. ("hmster,' 2.17a.mn.4.29p.m.
lY'. Rock 11111, 3.10a.m. 5.12p.m.
Ar. Charlotte, 4.20a.m. 6.15p.m.
Ar. Salisbury. ."l1i4a.m. 8.02p.m.
Ar. (.rvetbiioro, 8.28a.m. 9.40p.m.
A r l(ilhmomil, :3.45p.m1. 6.15it.m1.
A r. Wanshi ngton, 8.23p. m. 8.10a.In.
Ar. B1altintore, 11.25p.m.10.03a.n
Ar. Ph11iltde!l)hia, 3.00a.m.12.35p.m
AIr. N(ev York, 6.20a.m. 3.20p.m.
Souti Iound. No. 52. No. 50.
Lv. New York, 4.30p.m. 12.llngt.
Lv. 1'Iila'phih, 0.57p.m. 7.20a.m.
Lv. Italt.11more, 9.42p).m. 9.45a.m1.
L"v. W1'ashtington lI.O0p.mn. .11.24a.n.
I,v. lilichmioid, 2.30a.mu. 3.10p.In
liv. U reensboro, 9.48a.m. 10.44p.In.
I,v. Salisbury, l1.23a.m. 12.37ugt.
l.v. Charlotte, I.00p.m1. 2.10a.m.
I'v. 1 R0k. 11111, 2.02p. m. 3.19a.in.
Lv. Chester, 2.45p.m. 3.52a.m.
Lv. Winrnsborti, 8.47p.mn. 4.b3a.mn.
Ar. Columbia. 5.431p.mI. 6.5511.m1.
Ln. Johnstrt's, 7.45p.m. 9.Ola.m.
I,v. Trenton, 8.02p.m. 9.18a.n.
liv. (iranIteville, 8.31p.m. 9.40a.m.
A r. A ugus,ta, 9.10p.m. 10.30a.m.
(via S. C. IU.lt.) t.45p.m. Il.OOa.m.
1uillian Palace Cars between Augusta
and Danville on Nos. 50 and 51.
1 ulini I'alnco Bunfet Cars between
Augusto and \Vashington, 1). C., on Nos.
52 and 5.
t1) and 5! nakos close connecttou at
Coluliblia with C. & (1. Uivision 50 and 51
to and from points Vest via Spartanburg,
Asheville and lant rock.
* .M.S. Colnubla, 8. 0.
(l ener~ al Pabege Agent.
WVINES, LIQUJORS, TrO
BACCO, CIGARS, ETC.,
R, P. LUMPKIN'S,
Th'lree doors south of WV. C. Beaty's and
oneC door niorthi of S. S. Wolfe's,
Winnsboro, S. C.
. 3 moto i "QickSales and
1 Smll rofis." Cheapest in
towvn f'or cash. I also soil tho famous
U5~ degrocs. Th'le safest, and best. It
is just, whlat you want and what you
shiouild usC. 1. is a good insurance
policy. Ask for Fire-Proof 0il.
R. P. LDUMPKIN.
t:iPU1E RYE AND)COJRN WIIIS
KEY A SP.ECIAUPIY.
SUtIUtEYS, .1 UM P SEATS, OPEN and
Tpliuggles aind ltind-Carts. Prces and
styles to sit tevery one. WVe call special
attent Ion to our lI nggy I Isrness and C0l
laris. Our 75. and $1 Whips areO beaut,es,
but our $2 Full Bone Iluggy Wip is a
WINNSIIOlUO WA(GON CO.
IIRVESTI'NG~ MACIIINES, BINI)
El lS, REA P'EItS and MOWERS.
SEi JF--S N IAlMMAIG EI VA POR A
TORS AN) .PORT1ABiLE
Nowv is you Iimio to placo your~ or
Ji. F. McMASTER & CJO.
Do Your Own Dyeing, at Home.
They will dyo overything. They ore told overy
whr. Orc 0. a eak age. The have uoequal
forSegh DrIghtess, Amonii in akae
or or astessdf Color, or nion.faiding Quliteb,
They do not crook or smiut; 40-oolors. ~For salo by
L.)ouglas & Co..) Drugglsts. Blacekstock,
8. 0 andJ. rlco & Co., General Moehani.
dire, 'oodwyrd, 8. ., J.'A. Desports Dru
4NNQt?V-ZMq Nj8 -
Messr8. Rtora:.We beg 4ave. o lace
in oninatibit Zor tho ollice of Shoraff for
Fairfol 'ut Mr. I. YONO1JE'MLb
LINO. M li :.i in ove1y.Way qual
ifledto llllthe positon; having had a nunt
berrof yers' experience iI the ofile and
woi Id make, a most acceptable oleer.
'T'h u=omnation is subject to the action of
the Demooratic primary.
Tho.frlcipds of Mr. R. H. EI.LISON io
spectly present him to the voters of
aof dCounty -is a man n every way
sutl "'and worthy to fill the ol[c of
Shi , and hereby announce him as a
cahui tt for that position-subjoot, how
evbr, to tho action of the Domocratic party
In the primary election. *
FOR OLERI OF COURT.
The many friends of Mt. 11. 41. JEN
NINGS announce him as a candidato for
Clerk of Court-subject .to the action of
the Democratic primary. *
The many' frieds of Capt, J. LEWIS
.WARDLAW hereby announce him as a
candidate for the- ofice of Clerk of the
Court. Capt. Wardlaw -Is well known In
the County and is fully qualified toper-.
form the duties of the' ofice. This noil
nation is subject to- the action of the Derm.
ocratie primary. *
We are authorized to present Mr. W. II.
KERt as a candidate for re-election to the
otlico of Cleric of the Court. This nomi
nation is made,subject to the action of the
Democratic primary. *
Tile many friends of Mr. 11. M. ZEALY,
throughout the County, nominate him for
Clerk of the C.ourt, beieving him eminent
ly qualified to fill the duties of the posi
tion. This nomination is subject to the
action of the Iemocratic primary. *
We are authorized to"announce Dr. JNO.
BOYD as a candidate for re-election to
the ofilce of School Commissioner-subject
to the action of the Democratic prinary. *
The many friends of Mr S. R. JOHN
STON hereby announce him as a candi
date for School Uommissionor-subject to
the action of the Deniocratic prinary. *
The many friends of the Rev. JAS.
DOUGLASS respectfully nominate him
for the office of School Conmmissioner
subject to the actio,i of the 1)omocratfo
11essrs. l'ditors: Please announce Mr.
HENRY L. DUKE as a candidate for
School Commissiener-subject to the Dem
ocratic primary election. Being trained
and skilled in modern methods of lustruc
tion, and having made teaching a study
and pro- fosston, his qualifications cmf
nently fit him for the position.
* MANY FIttENDs.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
We are authorized to announce Ca pt.
JNO. A. IIINNANT as a candidate for
re-election to the office of Probate Judge
-subject to the action of the Democratic
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
We are authorized to announced. Mr.
JAS. I.. RICIIMOND 'as a candidate for
the oflice of County Commlbsionur-subject
to the action of the Democratic primary. *
We are authorized to announce Mr.
JOHN A. STEWART as a candidate foi
re-election to the office of County Com
missioner-subject to the action of the
Democratic primary. *
We are authorized to announced Mr.
II. A. GLENN as a candidate for re-elec
tion to the office of County Comnissioner
--subject to the action of the ~Democratic
We are authorized to announce Mr.
J. TURNER STEWART as a candidate
for re-election to the office of County Comn
issionor-subjech to tihe action of tile
Democratic primary. **
Tio many friends of Mr. JOHN S.
CATHICART .'hereby nominate himt for
tilollce of County/owmmissioner--sub
jqY9t the action ~~lm atic pri
-We are autif inmdino rmrf-.
JOHN -HtOLLI ~ ai~ddato for tihe
01llco of County Con ioner-subject to
the action or tile Democratic primary. *
* FOR SEkATOR.
WoT are authloriz.ed to announee rMajor
THIOS. W. WOODWARD) as a candidate
fel re-election to the State Senate-subject
to tihe action of tile Democratic primnary. *]
'Tie many friends of Mr. JAS. B.I
TURNER announce im as a candlidate
for a seat in tihe House of Representatives.
Mr. Turner is wvell quaiified for the ps
tion and wvili mnake a good Representave
This nomination is subject to the action of
tile Democratic primary. *
We are authorized to announce Dr.
THOMAS B. McKINSTRY as a candidate
for a scat iln tihe House of Represcuta
tives-subject to the action of the Demo
cratic party in tile primary election.
WVe are authmorized to announce Mr. -
OSMUND W. BUCHANAN as a candi
(date for a seat in time lower b)ranchl of tile
General Assemby-subject to the action
of tile Denmocratic primary. *
We arc authorized' to. annlloun)Oe Mr.
JOHN D. H ARRISON as a candidate for
tile 110118 of Rlepresentatives--subject to
tile action of the Decmocratic party. *
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION.
Thie Cedar Creek (Uiub resliectfuijlly . pr
eent tile uname of Mr. JN. 0. SMARTa
a cand(id(ate for time of1ice of Snupervisor of
Registration-subject to tile action of tile
D)emocratic party. *
Theil friende of Ma~jor JAMES PAGAN,
recognizig hmis wvorthm and ability, hlerebly
noint himi for tile office of Supervisor
of Registration-sumbjet to tile action of
tile Democratic primary.
Old CODNA Brady.
TUST RECEIVE, one cask of ipuro
dJ (very old )impbt Otar-d, lUni.ny
The best ini towhi. for six years. Also
And first-class Imported anid Domes
tic Winuos, Liquors, etc., sucih as time
MtJMM'S EXTRA. DRY CIIAM
PAGNE, Etc., and the test of
KENTUCKY RYE and NORTH
CAROLINA CORN WVHISKIES, .
and eolry othmer brand of Wi1no, Wis
key, hoer, Cider, etC.* to be found in a
WVELL STOCKED SAMPLE ROOM,
Southl of sunrlso8 at'present. Call and
see me. Oposite postofilco anfd near
passonge'r (op)ot. '
F. WV. IIABENICIlT'S,
PA INTS AND OILS, BRLUSHURS, ETC.
Onr Reudy-Mixed Paints at $1.50, guaran
teed 'equal to .tile hligher priced brands.
Use thorn on your house, and if not satis- i
factory wvil repaint with any paint you 1
THE WNNSBOO BA.
A T T-Q1 ' A T L A W,
Wrt i130, S. p.
Oliceup.stairs oVe-.J:1i. Beaty & Bro.
E. MODONA; .A. DOUaLAR
Solicitor Sixth Circuit.
MCDONALp & DOUGLASS,
ATTOtNEYS AID COUNSELLORS AT LAV
Nos. 3 and 4.Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practice In all the State and Uuitc
H. N. OnEAu. W. C. RIOi
OBEAR & RION,
A'T'TOI4NES AND COUNSELLOItS AT LAI
Nos. 7 and 9 East Washington by.
WINNSHORO, S. 0.
Oices same as occupied by the lato C
James II. Rion.
W. L. McDONALD,
A.TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 5 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
E. B. RAUSDALE. G. W. RAOSDAI
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LA
No. 2 Law 1Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
OSMUND W. BUCHANAN,
. No. 7 Law Range,
WIN N S B O R O, S. C.
Practices in all United States and Stai
Courts. Special attention to eorporatic
and Insurance law.
JAS. GLENN McOANTS,
. No.1 LAW RANGE,
W&Practces .In the State and Unite
SANDERS, HANAHAN & CATHCART,
ATTORNEYS-AT - LA W
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practicec in all the State and Unitec
t 'Oilce upstairs in Bank buildlngt
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
No. 6 Law Range,
W I N N S B O R 0, S. C.
Practices in the St'to and United State
IIOICE EVAPOR ATED APPLE
CHOICE TURKISH PRUNES.
CHOICE CREAM CII EESE.
CHOICE MESSINA LEMONS.
3ROSSE & BLACK WELL'S IM
.EA & PERLRIN'S WOROIIESTER
STEAM-COOKED CRIUSIIED OATE
A full line of Canned Goods, in.
iluding something very fine in
Pecaches and Sliced and G.rated
P'RE~SH GROUND SPICE-all kinds.
SUGAR-CURED PIG H AMS.
RIOYAL BAKING POWDER,
at reduced prices.
TERMS FOR ABOVE-CA SH.
R. M. HUEY.
A NEW LOT OF
RIBBONS, FLOWERS AND
1F YOU WVANTI A UANDSOME IIA'J
>r BONNET at a reasonable p)rice, giv4
is a call.
PATTERN HATS AT COST.
Everything in the Millinery line cheat
or cashi at
STLL TilY COME
GROESCHLEL & CO,
[AS OPENED A COMBINATION STORE~
\I THERE YOU WILL FIND BACON
VTMeal, Flodr, Grits, Lard, Oil
lugar, Coffee, Starcli, Salmon, Mackerel
y,AxeGes,Baking Powder, Soap
?klsCondBeef, Pickled Beef, Sar
lines, Cigars, Tobacco, Ples, Paper
Envelopes, Pens, Inok. Penei B,lacking
3rushes, Broom's, Cakes, Candy, Spice,
sepper, Cloves. Nu~tmieg, Bologna bausag4
ad Magnolia H~ams.
OUR LIQUOR DBPART'MEMT
s stocked With the oldest and Ilnest Corli
,nd Rye Whiskies, WInes, Brandies, &c.
s lasopen, where you can get the
es ftesason. ..
Come to see us..
GROESCH EIL CO.
8 S I
d - WE IHAVE JUST RtECEIVED
In all grades from cheapest to
cheap, and it will be to your intores
They have boon shipped to us direct
slippers exclusively. We are sure w
. SOME S i
We are of'oring (ils week SOM
ONE lot of Ladies' Best Shoes, wori
ONE lot Oc
ONE lot Dress Goods- Silk and Woc
SEE OUR FANS
d LACES. LA
ONE LOT OF CREAM AND WI]
THE GOOD WVIL[L of every man, w
the invitation to the north east, south an
are w tited, or it is desirel to inspcet oui
HIGH GRADE GOODS
Walk up ; run up, or hobble up. Co
wagons ; coie on ra iroads ; como on hor
baek, or any other way in creation, so yo
Whatever we offer for sale our cust
represented. We are not here for a day
poses, and wish to maka our trado upon t
Rentation. The quick-sands of deceptloi
WHAT IS TO.
We cannot sell our goods at less tihan
arc marked at the lowest posible, and wi
as poress demands. WV stick as close1
affor tosell on small margins. Parties 11
We expected by hard work and ap>!
We prepared for the expectation by ball
not beentdisap bouted. Aireadl we haIv
Manchester S ens, Nun's Voirings, Cha
Colors, Black and Colored Cashmere, I
Trimmings to match. Elegant lines or si
ured LawnsB, India inlOns, Pure Linen I
Mull, Checked and Lace N'aisook, IImb
chies, Hosiery, India Gauze and Jersey
00d and mnan' othter fabic too numecro
haian. he boom must be kopt >1)
store before sending off orders to fo r:
goods outsl(de our home market has been1
parison of fabrics and prices solieitedl.
We are Shoe men. We have gven tht
In store is our special p)rlde and ht by. V
Shoee we think we kntow whereof wve spca
Tro all who accept our invitation, and
to give One Thousand Mills' worth of stu
ANOTI[EER TRlIUlYPE FE
A few nmonthts ago we had thle pleasurm
that the Davi Swng Machihic Ccm pny
at Logidon and hle firt ordler of MerI a
tion, to say nothing about thte minor awa~
.gloe wvhich, although unheralded. have
at the factory at Watertown, N. Y., in 0o
American pblic is pt wvell acqualutte(
chine, and tie Indefaigable travelers and
nuptenovel mech anim antd provingi
in Machte. 'rile management of thto' I
secured a good market fo th~ tmacinio ini
ful ey on the expert trade. The Davis A
tihe goe, and tihe ccmpany is spreading I
for sewing machines, both In Estern andi
Tbe Davis Sewing Machine is a hatrd m
hmave before mentioned, no emmployco of ti
safe to say that every one whlo is conniect
and isaemploed in its sale, whether at wvl
own machn thoroughly, bunt ia pretty v
dlefects of competing machines.
We started ot to say that thte DavisSev
"Good wine needs no bush," and( we will
company, a copy of which has been kindi;
Davis Sewing Machine (Jo.: I have tho hi
have been awarded at the Intcrnatonah I
The sameo has been deposited, suhlject
2ntd Division, 10 tof5 o'clock, on presentatl
wili irmve tile goodness to afi, your ai gna
Should you desire us to send( the mo11t al
the name of tile Mayor, for 1 franc. 60, fo:
'The medal shtould be remnovedl beforo th
Tila isuimlent to show that the me10
abroad; anId in Uncle Sam's domain thi
vantage anid to good customters. In the hi
Bale and retail, it is a terror to compettoi
COOKING & HIEATING STOVEf
ALWAYS ON IIAND.
A LSO, TIN WARtE, 110OLLOW1-WARU
L.Jars, Flower-Pots, and general house
hold furnishing goods.
.STOVES, TIN WARN, &C., RI IWAIREI
All work guaranteed first class. Every
thint at ries to suit thoe time..
Whn I towyn givesme a cali. One( doo0
north of P. Landecker & Bro.'s.
W. W, KETOIllN, A gt..
Successor to J. HI. Cummilings.
A LA RGE ASSORTMENT OF+ SLIP
best. Those goods are exceptionally
t to come and seo them before buying.
from at lar"ge house that mannfi'atires
0 Canl please yon.
h $3.00, for $2 00.
>lored Linen Lawns, worth 25o., For 15c.
- w o r t h 4 0 e . a n d 5 0 c . p e r y a r d , f o r 1 1c.ANPR A O S
A ANDE ARA SLIS.
IT L A(1)! TO BE mC,,LO.SEI) OUT.
umn In an1d ch11hl in lirii+tl, an, l we exleind
b west tos c;:n to goor sto whenVer golods
AT LOW% CASH1 PRIC'ES.
mn in carriages; coemo i ht:gies; coine g.
3eb)aek ; con)) onl mu1leh) t"k ; come)lt onl <x
ut coN+' with(renak
Diners. can rely upon (inding 'to he just s
or a mtonth, but w.) are hero until timeo dis
l) basIS Of Full Count and lionest Reprc
t Shall not Stain ourpa past aresnt or futuro
icio sto d) aCii~ )CI larger businethi spomg.
1l1,.Engls lricge, ; Ieriltl' intI Blacki s andmeli
belak Tamtse1o Uii ntiste and? Boutos9nd
,awns,- Madri s liisteh~ .CordanWht
urg ltobos ndl Edging,)01 lovies,t )landker
ornderwet, etci. We rewihr tiho tese1
us3 )5 tor nlion toi man moes Fairfed'
shl notrkets. olreay thei or buyingi
OT EXECT L1
iso li for tidnight study andk Ohur ostoek -
hen lwayl o to Inerit or demrit s o
com to( lihi' our 1fo t reiwe guarateu
ffi foris Ia ge,o Dllariett' f tBlacmpany
1M.kTiis BEAT &ait 1 BRitO. a
o ofinormingr ethe ewinh 1.0chow trado
has toel awardedio to e 1)1 'ipom of aiorfi'
,We Adeade (Adistaliea ulcoo Exib
rd n akt.Alnreandy other idecton of thyin
n eesspitae n thncrias of thny produtn
lith th nourmidntstudy Davis1 thwing Ma
,hie wertendcact of th lio Davneis ofw
avis Ctopony sonlooe for trd egaand
e dof itsmii bith, sbuit hahept'adtc.
ahs ctarded ini soni oer puorno
r(s buines .in al lands wther eclibero o h
WetCOsioten Ueiisphelresn.' t- wdtt
achine' to mket inl w ouoithion, t)Iand, as wo
;dwith the Dais fth )vis Swing Mn-0
toal Corrta h, not only unoderal
thei p01osted biordith ood ha ns andh
[Ig achin ha s re d,0Wii anSothi er ptimph
ro roules al letr lecnty vhrectev'd byth
ye urnie usI,e; s
Linorli to inorm yo ha o m'pritoaductso
edositho t Toiou~Sewigl Mcedl.,
to01 you r dsptin, aot thel Mao'sOlideacohi
nro, anstd theosaldi o t-u houo. oht n
eii posg e d 1. pacng, ohe i 11)
o 20e rofeI Miteruc itav theev honor ther
f It sh f d thuDsM hnoaergzd
nach1ino Ila byood ptopl, yor prouctio
ond of the anexo r,eent toh awhhe.o
-J. 0. 1IKG, Agent.
MONEY. To LEND
REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL gP1CDRI y
I - -BY TVIlE-.
FAIRIFIEt.D MAVIN(,s d& LOAN
Monthly meeOtinig on theo FInseT TUFsAY'
. In each mon0th, at wvhich tuno tho monthly
.istalment Is (du1.
W. (.. JORDAN,
Seeetary 011( Trrehsurer.
OUR (GAllDEN 1.I.OW OR WllEEL
ric i1l eeds only to be tried,.e Come round
nd try ono. $3.00. Plow tStools, Stee,
'Blades,- Leather, l[ardwaire, Irbn, Steel1
etc. WINNSIIORO WAGON 00O