Newspaper Page Text
, August 5. : 1890
S. Brice for Representative.
1 Sheriff's Sale-H. Y. Milling, S.F.C.
B. Hawley Robertson for Jury Coma
-Don't forget to pay your Savings
hd Loan to-day.
--Dr. Quattlebaum will be absent
from his office till about the 15th inst.
-On Friday last 1.90 inches of rain
and on Monday 2.19 inches were pre
eipitated. A total of 4.09 inches.
-The Fairfield County Sunday
School Association meets to-day in the
Baptist Church at 10.30 a. m. An
interesting programme is prepared for
: -Mr. W. R. Garrison has a variety
of corn which is very prolific. lie
brings us a specimen where four stalks
grew from one grain and six ears
hang from each stalk.
-, -,- PERSONAL.-Miss Sallie Wright, of
Gladden's Grove, is visiting in town.
NOTICE.-All young men interested
in athletic sports will please meet in
the Town Hall to-morrow (Wednes
day)ight at8.30 olocE.
Messrs. Editors: Please announce to
the public through your columns that
I am not a Tillman man, notwithstand
ing, without authority, they have imy
name enrolled on the Tillman roll. I
am a sure member of the old Demo
cratic Club at Blythewood and do favor
John Bratton for Governor.
EDwlN A. DAVIs.
Blythewood, S. C., 3rd August,1890.
A PLEASANT OCCdA3IOY.
One of the most enjoyable dances of
the season'was that given at the hospi
table residence of Capt John Thomas,
nepr Ridgeway on the evening of July
30th, to the visiting young ladies.
A more lovely night for such an
occasion could not hav'e been choosen;
the pale moon shone with unwonted
brilliancy and kindled- many a flame
of sentiment during the lovely drive,
to the scene of the festivities.
No sooner was the house 'reached
than dancing was begun, and con
tinned with short intermissions into
ee sma' hours; music being fur
nishetby Morris' bandfromLongtewn.
Among the ladies tho graced the
-occasion with their presence were:
Mrs. Charles Thomas, who wore a
costume of black Henrietta.
Mrs. Peyre Thomas,black cashmere.
Mrs. B. H. McKelvie, cream lawn.
Mrs. W. H. Buff, India mulL.
Mrs. H. W. Desportes, black silk.
~fMrs..R. H. Brown, wite Persian
MissF ymie Desportes, blai net.
Miss Deiphine I)esportes, white
Alertrude Modre, beliotrope challie.
Miss Nellie Davis; black net.
Miss Eloise Fosene, black lace.
Annie Lee Thomas, white mull.
Amongthe gentlemen present were:
Messrs..B. H. Brown, W. H. Ruff,
J. S. EAnmunds, James Parker, J. B.
-Boyd, Ni. W. Palmer, John Parkdr,
J. AE. Desportes, Jr.; and A.-T. Moore.
The Tmma.n Delegates Withdraw Before
Prelimiary Organization is Effected
The Regulars Complete an Organization
and Elect Bratton Delegates.
The County Convention held here in
the Court House on Saturday, Angast
2., will undoubtedly. be long remem
bered by our people with regret. It
has never in the history of our old
county had a precedent,. and we hope
that it will not become in the future to
be regarded as such. Every one felt
that the utmost skill and tact was re
quired to carry us safely through this
critical juncture; that upon the~ calm
yet determined resistance of tbe con
servative element in the Convention
depended the unity of the Democratic
,party in our county, and so all who
thelonged to this element determined
that reason and not passion fast preju
dice should govern them in theii- action
on this day. Well would it have been
if all of the members of this assembly
had been moved by the same pure and
lofty motives, detern'ined to lay aside
petty strifes and imaginary grievances
when they met in council to decide
upon issues with which the Convention
was confronted. Such, however, was
-not the principal upon which the Till
man taction thought that things should
Long before the hour had arrived
for the Convention to assemble the
streets of the town were crowded.
Tillmanites and Antis could be seen in
all directions gathered in crowds of
ten or twelve. Very soon it became
known that both sides would go into a
caucus to discuss and adopt the best
mode of procedure in the Convention
from the standpoint of the two factions.
The Antis met ini the Town Hall and
- the Tilhnanuites in the store of J. B.
drosby in secret session. Ill-omen
that told but too plain that unity
amuong our people was but a remninis
cence of the past.
Promptly at 11 o'clock the Tilman
Smen crowded into the Court House an:1
took their seats on the right. In a few
moments the straightouts came in in a
body and occupied the left. After a
short delay County Chairman H. A.
Gaillard call the Convention to order.
C.hairman Gaillard addressed the meet
ing in a short but telling speech, set
., forth the objec of the call. and
begged of those who had met together w
as representatives of the party to b
throw no impediment in the way of
an amicab!c and barmoniops adjust
ment to all conflicts that may arise. at
He closed by reading, from the call Pr
published, the object of the Convention.
At the conclusion of the chairman's f or
address, Mr. G. W. Ragsdale, secretary w
of the County Executive Committee, lif
arose and presented a report from a
sub-committee of that body. The w,
report is as follows: so
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, in
COuNTT OF FAIRFIELD. I
To the Democratic County Convention for th
Faifeld County called to assemble on an
the 2nd of August, A. D. 1890: ,
We, the undersigned committee ap- p
pointed by the Democratic Executive
Committee of the county aforesaid to lei
examine the rolls of membership of ti(
the Democratic clubs of said county m
filed with the secretary of said Execu- ti
tive Committee, and to correct such
errors tncrein as would affect the ropre- th
sentation of any club or clubs in this a
Convention, and to report the number gr
of delegates that each club i; entitled ni
to elect to this Convention under the
constitution of the Democratic party, y
beg leave respectfully to report-- de
That we have made a laborious ex- th
aminatio?- the rolls of membership un
of t- Aeral clubs; have taken a
gre..cdeal of oral testimony; have con
sidered a number of affidavits and
other. papers affecting the membership m;
of several clubs (which are herewith I
submitted as a part pf this report), and ab
have, made corrections:: only after the
most deliberate consideration of all re
testimony brought before this com- mi
From the Blythewood club two rolls th
were submitted, each purporting to be W,
the roll of that club. We have elected ch
to consider the roll signed by J. W. th,
Campbell president, and W. J. Smith ba
secretary, as this was the only com
plete roll of the club submitted.
We find that the clubs are entitled to ut
delegates in this Convention as follows:
Feasterville, 6; Woodward, 4; Albion, m,
4; Gladden's Grove,5; White Qak, 4; ch
Oakland, 5; Longtown, 3; Ridgeway, w,
6; Blythewood, 5: Bear Creek, 5; be
Cedar Creek, -3; Greenbrier, 3; Old cr
Greenbrier, 3; 11oreb, 3; Old Horeb, an
2; Jenkinsville, 3; Monticello,4; Jack- of
son Creek, 4; Salem, 3; Young Men's, ut
6; Winnsboro, 6; Mossy Dale, 2.
We bea leave to submit further the be
following statement showing the num- th:
ber enrolled by the clubs, the number ji
rejected by this. comn15ttee, and the co
number of the corrected rolls: hi!
. , th+
V 3. le(
Clubs. . * tm
Feasterville...... 152 3 149 be
Woodward.......... 84 7 76 ch
Albion.............. 77 1 76
Gladden's Grove,....112 6 106I
White Oak.......... 79 1 81
Oskland..........118 5 113j
Longtown......... S 7 74'
Blythewood.......105* 2 103Ih
Bear Creek........118 118 n
Cedar Crcek.......55 5 .50a
Greenbrier.........84 13 71th
Old Greenb'rier. 0 4 56 t'
Horeb .........54 4 5
-Old Hloreb.........35 2 33D
Jenkinsville........ 9 59
Monticelio.......98' 1 97
Ja~ckson Cieek. . ... . 83 3 80 th
Salem........ o 5 S 2 9ad
Young Men'.......176 b6 140 or
Winnsboro.. ..... 12: 6 126
Mossy Dale..... 8 3 25 ro
All of which is respectfully sub
mitted. .G, W. RIAGliDALE.
- J. H.KENNEDY, M
- . F. (.o'OPE,
S. R?. Rutlanid asked, as information,
it it wa's not proper to appoint a comn
mitteeon credemiials. A deb-ate then Re
arose .which: was participated in by
S. R. Rutland, J- 'W. Lyles, C. A.
Doug lass, J. E. McDonald, G. W.
Ragsdtale, 11. Y. Lemmon and J. G.
Mobley. The anti-Tilimanites made
the point that it was not the proper
time for the appointment of the com
mittee on credentials, that there must J.
first be an enrollment of thellegally Hi
existing clubs with such number of
delegates as they were respectively
entitled to' by the report of the sub
committee of the County Executive
Committee, and that that enrollment
would constitute the basis of the tern- -.
porary organization of Convention,
after which the chair could entertain a
motion for a committee on credentails;
that to said committee when appointed
should be referred all dontests and
protests efecting the number of dele- IV
gates and personnel of the same. The
Tillmanites argued that the committee
on credentials should be appointed at
once and that the report of the sub- Q
committee should be ignored; that the C'
appointmenrt oft the sub committee by
the Executive Comnmittee to revise the'.
club rolls was wit hont precedent and
authority of thre law of the party, and le
tat the Convention was the sole jude
of the election andI qualification ofit
members and should decide every ret
question relating thereto. O
The Antis here conceded that the
Convention was, of course, the judge a'
of the election and '4ualification of its
members, and that the temporary or- cr
ganization being completed could re- ret
view and reverse the report of the O.r
committee and seat any member whose C
seat had been conte~ated; but it was
essential to have some basis upon
which to effect a temporary organiza- e
After prolonged discussion the chair
in ruling said it was impossible for the
chair at this stage to determine who
constituted the membership of the de
Convention, that there were delega- ba
tions present representing clubs Lot
yet admitted ; in addition to this thereT
were some delegates whose seats wereE
contested; in this condition of affairs
it was impossible for the chair to de
termine who would be entitled to vote C
upon a motion to appoint a committee G.
on credentials, or, if such motion pre
vailed, who would be-eligible toap
pointmnent on such committee. tH
thereore ruled that it was es-sential to
have a basis of temporary organiza-r
Ition, and that the report of the Execn-F
tive Committee should be such basis;
that after the temporary organization
was effected all questions of contests t
or disputes could be decided by the t
Int deciding.nupon the question the
chair referred to the constitafion of g5
the party, State and countly, wM'ch in
is judgment fully justified the action ec
of the Executive Committee and its th
authority upon this Convention intl
efecting the preliminary organization._
Jno. WV. Lyles asked ti1e chairlto
aom could an appeal from his ruling
made, and was informed that suet
peal could be made to the temporarl
Messrs. Rutland, R. Y. Lemmot
d J. W. Lyles contended that th(
oper mode should be by first enroll
the delegates present.
A number of speeches were made
both sides and discussion was kepi
thin the limits of decorum and par
mentary practice until Mr. J. W,
ries sprang to his feet an;d said thai
ere was r.o man in the State that
>nld yield to the will of the peopl
Dner than he, but that ha did not
end to be throttled by the will of one
in, or of the ring that lied withir
e shades of these walls.
After this there was a generel stil
ton_ the Tillman faction. They a!
rang to their feet with the avowec
,rpose of leaving the Convention.
S. R. Rutland made a speech of some
gth in which he counciled modera
i in the interest of harmony and
ity, but he u,ed these words: Th
ie has not yet come for us to tithdraw
Aftir this attempt at conciliatioi
ere was a great deal of talk that had
thing to. do with the question. A
eat deal more unnecessary pyrotech
es were indulged in.
S. R. Rntland got up and said that ii
is understood that the Blythewood
legation w.ould be contested. Whal
is had to do with the motion to lav
the table nobody knows.
Mr. J. G. Mobley called the gentle
M to order and he took his seat.
W. J. Jphusop, of Ridgeway
ic some ' statements about the
deway contest bich were inaudi.
1e .o the reporter.
Some Tillmanite moved to lay the
port on the table. The point was
ide that the chair could not- enter.
n at this sta_e of the meeting as
ere was no way of ascertaining who
is or was not entitled to vote. The
air sustained the point and said that
e preliminary organization n,nst be
red on the report of the committee.
T. W. Traylor moved that the con
tion tate a recess for thir'y min"
Again the point was made that no
>tion could be considered by the
air. Things ha t been growing
rmer and warmer for some time,
t now they had reached such a de.
c of excitement and confusion that
y attempt to get an accurate account
what transpired was impossible and
J. W. Lvles, who seemed to
haunted all the time with the horror
it somebody else wo.u!d get ahead of
n and lead the secceders from the
avention and thus cut off forever
chance of being enrolled among
great men of the futare,
ped to his feet in a wild and excited
niner, rushed for the door, exclaim
as he A'ent, "Good bye! Good
e!" The confusion at this point is
rond discription. The straightouts
!ered vociferously and those who
re retiring did the same. Cries of
urrah for Bratton ! Three chairs
Bratton !" were aroused by like
+er. for Tillman. For some ime
utmost confu.ion proceeded. The
Inmanites withdrew in a body ; but
y were not all sa,iefied t'aat this
vement was proper or even advis
le. Members were heard to regret
i it had been resorted to; so strong
a this feeling that one time it was
mght that they would return to the
fter the withdrawal of the Till
~nites and the rest.oration of order
report of the snb-coinmittee was
aptd .as the basis of temporary
'he following clubs were then en
V. B. Woodward, Jr., S.B. Clowney,
tj. T. W. Brice, RI. J. Mactorell.
)aniel H all, J. A. Douglass, D. M.
bley, J. (. Johnston, Juo. G.
W. S. Durham, John .Ilolli., R. C.
ees, RL. V..B3ray, T. L. Johnston.
. B. Austin, C. K. Morrison, J. S.
munds, P. M. Spence, R1. HI. Me
ie, W. T. Campbell.
f. W. Campbell, J RL. Broom,
W. Smart, C. G. Hluffima, B. P.
r. W. Sligh, M. *L. Cooper.
E. W. Woodward, WV. RL. Rabb,
1. P. Irby, Thos. Anderson.
7. M. B. Holly, A. M. Wallace,
1. W. Ragsdale, WV. J. Elliott,
D. Williford, J. E. McDonald,
A. Douglass, J. WV. Hanahan.
1. K. Elliott, RL. J. McCarley, WV. G.
dan, T. Il. Ketchin, J. D. McCar
, J. C. Caldwelb, J. Q. Davis.
Lhe following are the clubs not rep
ented: Albion, Whith Oak, Long
vni, Cedar Creek, Greenbrier,
reb, Monticello, Jackson Creek,
lem and Mossy.Dale.
fter a short d,elay the committee on
dentials reported. The report was
:eived and adopted and a permanent
tanization was effected by the elec
n of the Hon. H. A. Gaillard,
unty Chairman, T. K. Elliott Vice
airman, and W. RL. Riabb, Secretary.
Fhe Executive Committee then were
[he Convention then proceeded to
Ct eight delegates to the State Con
ation to be held on tbe 13th inst in
lumbia. The following are the
legates, all of whom were elected by
D. A. Douglass, T. W. Woodward.
W. Brice, RL. J. McCarley, J. S.
Lmnds, John Hiollis, HI. M. Zealy,
G. Mobley. Alternates-S. F.
oper, Daniel Hall, J. E. McDonald,
The delegates elected were instruc
to vote in the State Convention for
U. A. Douglass offered the following
Be it resolced by the Democracy o1
drfied in Convention assembled:
1. That we renew our pledges ol
elity to the ever-living prmnciples of
e Democratic party.
2. That we publicly declare om
ith in the administration of the StatE
>vernment by the Democracy sincE
76 as thoro'ughly honest, capable
onomical and upright and deserving
the commendation of the party anc
3. That we place on record om
Continned on Sond Pasre.
RAND - FI-ALE
DETERMINED THAT OUR IMMET
of triumphant success.
Balance of summer stock marked
sacrifice. A big slaughter this week in I
ING. A large stock:ot MEN'S and CH
WILL CLOSE OUT B.
This great sale commences to-day,
but come and see for.yourself.
P. S.-We are now making prepai
von here from us late..
A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Lie.
It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap
ping paper, but it saved her life. She was
in the last stages of consumption, told by
physicians that she was incurable an
could live only a short time ; she weighed
less than seventy pounds. On a piece of
wrapping pa e " eadLof Dr. King's
New.DscoveY, a a sample bottle ;
it helped her, she bought a large bottle, it
helped her more, b~ught another and grew
better fast, continued its use and is now
strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 140
pounds. For fuller p elars endstamp
to W. H. Cole, Drugo'it , Fort Smith. Trial
Bottles of this wonderful .Discovery Free
at McMaster, Brice & Ketchin's Drug
Store. - *
For Over Fifty Years
MRs. WINsLow's SOOTHING SYItU' has
been used for *ver fifty years by n illions
of mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success It sootqes the
child, soften's the gums, allays all pain,
cures i ' the best remedy
for Diarnc t will relievte'urt
tle sufferer Immediately. Sold -by Drug
gists in every part of the world. Twenty
live cents a. bottle. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. 5-26txly
Bucklen's Arniac Salve.
TIrE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chepped Hands, Chillblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, o: no pay reqvired. It
is guarante.d to giva ptrfect satisfaction,
" r money refunded. Price 23 c -nts per
box. For sale by Me11s3t 4rice &
Sale of Real Estate fr )elinqoent Taxes
for the Fiscal Years commencing No
vember 1, 1886, 1882 aIid' 1858;1 uhder su
Act of the General As*t,187 Page
86J, No. 429, approved Deebr24,
188 entitle A c nRIo to
Collection of Taxes. M.K
STATE OF SOUTliBUNONA,
CoxNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
I)Y virtue of executions issued to me by
Lthe- County Treasurer of Fairfield
County for the fiscal yeals 1886, 1887 and
1888, dated respetieiy, February 1, 1888,
January 17, 88,and February 16, 1890,
in accordance with the above entitled Act,
I have levied on and wIll sell on Mondy
1st day of heptember, 1890, in front of th
Court House at Wiinnsboro, S. C., at 11
*'clock A. M. the fol owing descexibed
lots, pieces or parts ot land in Fairfield
County, S. C.:1
TowxSHIP, No. 4, O.AKLAND.
Mary J. Bloulware, fiseal year 1888, 218
WATERIEE TOwlNsEIP, NO. 5.
John Quar es, fiscal year 1888, 240 acres.
BE.u CREEK, No. G.]
Estate Samuel P'ea), fiscal yea.s 1886,
1887, 1588, 42 acres..
D. E. Per, fiscal years 1887 and 1888,
48 acres and Ibuilding.
Dr. John-Wafascfisegar'1888 l
acres and 14 buildings.
JACKS5ON CREEK, No. 12.
W. S. Montieth, fiscal year 1988, 280
acres and 5 bui;dings.
MT. ZION, No. 14.
.M. F. McDonsld, fiscal. year 1388, 1 lot
3 building, Zion St.
ScUOOL DIsTRIcT, No. 17.
Estate Jemnima Cook, fiscal year 1887,
ScuooL DIsTmIcT, No. 18.
Weston C. Bookman, fiscal years 1886,
1887 and 1888, 82 acre.
1!. Y. MIL LING,
August 4, 1590.. - -. ..S. F. C.
--4,000 P aUNDS
J. F. Iclaser& Glo
EMII-ANNUAL - OLOS
ISE SPRING AND SUMMER BUSINF
REDUCTION IN J
down until you can hardly see the pi
1EN'S SUITS. Look at the values we a
[LDREN'S STRAW H ATS that must I
LLANCE OF LADIES'
SLIPPERS AT COST.
and will continue until our annual stoc
Q. D. M
-ations to add a Millinery Department tc
ANNO UN CEMENTS.
The. many friends of the Hon. T, S.
BRICE recognizing his worth and qualifi
eation nominate him for the lower house
Af the General Assembly, subject to the
iction of the Democratic party.
* MAxy FRIENDS.
Messrs. Editors: Please announce that
I am a candidate for a seat in the House
of Representatives, subject to the Demo
eratic primary electioi.
* JNO. D, HARRISON.
I desire to announce that I am a candi
date for re-election to the House of Repre
sentatives. subject to the action of the
D THOS. B. McKINSTRY.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the Democratic nomination to the
House of ttepresentatices, and pledge my
self to abide the action of the Democratic
JAMES W. HANAIIAN.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the office of Auditor for Fairfield
County, subject to the aetion of the Deni
* J. B. CROSBY.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
tcr re-election to the office of County
&udiror, subject to the action of the Dem
* L N. WITHERS.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
I hereby offer myself as a candidate for
re-election to the office of School omumis
sioner, subject to the action of the Demo
aratic primary. H. L. DUKE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of School Commissioner, sub
let to the action of the Demo-cratic pri
* JOHN BOYD.
FOR COUNTY COMM1ISSIONEIt.
We hereby nominate Mr. JOHN A.
STE WART as a candidate for re-election
bo thetoffice of County Commissioner, sub
ect to the action of the Demiocratic pri
nary. -M.n FmaENDS.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
or re-election to the office of County
Dommissioner, subject to the action of the
* J. S. CATHICART, Sn.
I hereby announce myself,a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Commis
ioner, subject to the action of the Demo
ratcpr*s JOHN HOLLIS.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
~or the office of County Commissioner,
ubject to the action of the 'Democratic
* A. S. WHITENER,
FOR JUY OM3ISSIONER.
I hereby announce myself a candidateI
~or th office of Jury Commisioner, sub
ect to the action of the Democratic p arty.
*B. HAWLEY ROBERTSON.
Mcssrs. Edstors: ?lease announce that I
no acandidate for re-election to the office
>f Jur Conamissioner, subject to the ac
;ion ofthe Demjocratic primaries.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
or re-election to the office of Judge of
robate, subject to the action of the Dem
>ratic party. .AHI ANT
SUPERV.ISOR OF REGISTRA TION.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
or re appointment to the office of Super
visor of Registration, subject to the action
>f the Democratic primarie AGAN
JUJST AR RIV'ED
IN ADBLTRWN TO
STOCK ON HAND
R ANGING from 14i to 15j hands
Lihigh. Also some nice
Also a few'
GOOD YOUNG MARES.
Persons wishing to buy will do well
to ex&mine my stock before buying
I will exchange them for broken
down stock. Pri ms to snit the times.
WTZNSRORO. S. C.
[NO - OUT - SALE
SS SiALL GO OUT IN A BLAZE
ice. All of our Dress Goods at a big
re offering in CHILDREN'S CLOTI
re sold at some price.]
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It acts on the Bowels, Cleanses the System.
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The White ali em 8111ph11r aS Chalybeate,
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sicians atid others. -
The hotel accommodations are good, and
no effort will be spared by the proprietors
to give satisfactiog.
Hot and Cold Sulphunr Baths.
Telegraph, mail and express facilities In
String Band engaged fot entire season.
Amusements of different kinds provided
Close connections made at Charlotte and
Lincolnton, -N. C., and Blacksburg, S. C.
For information, terms. etc., apply to
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The above will be sol w and
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SU. G. DESPORTES.
COOKING & IIEATING STOVES
ALWAYS ON HlAND.
A LSO, TIN WARE, HOLLOW-WARE
LJars..Flower-Po';s, and general house
old furnishing goods.
STOVES, TINWAE. .' REPAIEED
All work guaranteedfirstelass. Every.
thing at prcsto suit the times.
When intown gieme a call. OJ e dooi
north of P. Lsn~ ero.'s
SU essor toJ. HI. C ..mmings.
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T BE undersigned, representing the
LKn?.ville and other Insurance Comn
paniese's prepared to take risks on dwel
ings, e:otton, merchandise, gin-houses, etc.
A s5-are of the patronage of the citizen
of the county and town is solicited.
9 12 W. H.KERR, Agent.
B AS'ONI ________________
T HIS question was brought in lIead
1 ing shoe store in a-cy =an+clas Y
caused by the examination ofteporaits
of several well kodwnshoe
whose craniums showed a ;notleabie;ab"
sence of hirsute adornment. :The ques
tioner was nearly as bald as theim b of a "
dude's cane. His clerks''Were7 wing
that way. All had luxurlati before
going into. the shoe busine. D6es 4he
shoe business Cause baldness? it why?
If the ,abQve cannot be sol edWe.will
propose one whieh is easily-anlwered.
Why is it .
knocks all others bald? We havesne
ceeded in having them made-of -pliable.
durable calf skin, tanned by. taneraeo
undoubted reputation; toppinof :elegit
dongola; hub goring, .warr bottoms
of wear-well sole. leather. and-sewedon
to a welt just the same-3ns-abadwed
shoe, and can be' balf-soled by'iandNo
lasting tacks to.prick the feet. A geod ?
shoe must be made ,of good leather; but
good leather does not cntie tO
shoe unless it iossesses s dyle and:Gnua
bility. BEATY' $300 SHOE has style
and finish. They will arrive shorty.
Some job lots~in store-ilbe sold atre
ducet prices for casa during "%alance of
s.ummer .or until closed out Pleaae call
J. M. BETY BR
FOR GOOD SHOES
FRESH IEON. :
Canned Paa Pic lsi aieP, nTlP^
der, CondensedMikEai rid,il
lard's Breakfast Cocoa, amn adns
Corned Beef, ' a, Starch, Bueg Sd,
Fresh Soda Crc~severywek;les
Candy. Best' Frs beese vzwek' __
during sammer, oflacar rident
n, Lard Itee, et.e atL~~U,~
"sTJTUH-D~OW,". an, e'egant smnoke
-Try uswth th Cas1 -~
Respectfully, : .
CAU1TIONf tha! |:'
ha-a his name ad price stamped enb.etin
05 - -
$3 SHOE ame
Fine. Calf ad Laced Watee3E13
nhe ezceunce and qu latItaOS
mets of its thandsAc Of WUIU
S.o'G.ue Hd.e we,dSUs3
s4H.eo wed.2 .1.ad D-p.r.nlI.02tS
ARmae1 Cnges, uoadam.
oa rnher,anat sno e
W. L. DovGLAs,as
- WINN6mORO, S8 .>A
BREAD, CAKES RIFS
PLAIN AND REC
Tbe cd,SlPhur,a o
aiva, er' Salve, Syo f&gs.
nsectyPowdeo kies, Vigor
ALSO - -
Fresh Turnip Seed and Cornfield and
Garden Beans, for salle by