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Thursday. May 16. .: : U5
Wanted-Mrs. F. IN. llabenicht.
An Ordinance-Jas. W. Hanahan,
-Photographs-Hennies is here.
-Major Bacon will lecture here on
the 21st. The ladies of the Presby
terian Church have been instrumental
in bringing him here. Give them a
-Ralph Bingham will be here on
the 20th, Monday. A fine treat is in
store for the town. The Baptist
Church here will be benefited by the
proceeds. Let every one attend.
-Wagons to carry passengers and
baskets to Greeubrier picnic on Satur
day will leave the Methodist Church
here at 9 o'clock a. m. Please deposit
baokets at G. A. White's store before
-Prosperity will put up a $50,000
cotton mill, so says the Tradesman.
This place used to be called Frog
Level, but she has gotten way above
that level now. She is above Winns
boro in the line of progress.
-We had the pleasura of meeting
Captain and Mrs. T. M. Lyles in town
on Wednesday. They are visiting at
Maj. Woodward's. There are not
many couples as elderly as this one
now in; the county. Both seemed to
enjoy good health and were in good
-"The audience will forever re
member Ralph Bingham with satis
faction, and if he is never criticized
but by his superiors, he will enjoy long
and perfect exemption from that vexa
tions sort of help."-Poughkeepsie
Eagle, Y. Y. Ralph will give a per
formance in the Court House on
Mond.y evening, May 20.
It is comforting to read the adver
tisement of Caldwell S- Ruff. They
" -now what they are
talking about, and they say: The hot
weather will soon be here in full
force. We hope they are right for if
they are not you may look out for
'possum-eared cotton. They are sell
-Ug wit-Irish points." We know
some people that that need some of
there articles. Give them a call.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
NOTICE.-All persons who have caps j
belonging to the Winnsboro Steam j
Fire Engine Company will please turn
them over to Dr. B. J. Quattlebaumn. t
G. B. McMAsTER, Secretary.
FRos.-A great many people say
that. we had frost this week, others
laugh at the idea. Mr. H. E. Ketchen
brought us some potate leaves which
he said were killed by the frost on the
night of the 13th. The leaves were
dead and almost black.
'NEVER MLND THE WEATHER.-There
was a pleasant party of young people c
assembled at Mr. J. C. Caldwell's on I
Tuesday night to eat ice cream and I
strawberries. Some people had on
ove: coats, but belles and beaux never
mind the weather ; ic~e cream is good
to them while frost is on the ground.
Fxz STRAWERRES.-Captain C. S.
Dwight showed us the finest assert
ment of strawberries we have seen this ~
season. Some of these berries mecas
ured four and one half inches around; t
they are of the Sharpless variety.
Mr. Robert Caldwvell showed us an 1
assortment of the same kind which I
* were very fine also.
QurrE A TREAT.-We were the re- 'j
cipient of a vessel full of delicious t
strawberries at the hands of Mrs. 1:
W. B. Creight on Monday. These i
were scarcely in the house before an- ]
other tempting dish of the same arrived a
from Mirs. Q. D. W illiford. We greatiy t
appreciate the kind remembrance of t
our friends thus. Mrs. Creight has I
them for sale.
ENcOURAGE TEF.-The steam fire t
co.mpany has appointed a comittee e
to procure new uniforms for the mem
bers. They should meet with encour -
agemlent. There are many citizens in a
our town who have been benenited by
this company t.. the extent of hundr eds
of uniforms ini the last ten s cars.
When the comnmittee c->mes to see you
just remember that they know thant t be
tImes are hard. That is not a dia
puted point. Give them what you
know they derserve. This is the mostt
important department-the fire depart-i
ment. When you help it you ' lp ja
Winnsboro Steam Fire Engine Company. t
Assembie at engine house to-morrow s
(Fridiay) afternoon at 5 o'clock for t
- drill. I
By order of the President:
G. B. McMASTER, Searetairy.
WILL PUT IN A SIDE-TRA.CK. -
Messrs. Ragsdale and Ragsdale are
preparing to put in a side-track at their
quarry near B'airs Supt. Berkley, of
The Southern Railway, has been here
to consult with them in referance to
the matter and a satisfactory arrange
Ipeople who require medicij~e to 1
he bowels and kidneys will fmnd
rmedv in Electric Bitters.
coes not stimulate and con
ey nor other intoxicant, but
ic andi alterative. It acts
tomach anad bowel<', adding
giving tone to the organs,
Nature in the performance
.s. Electric Bitters is an
tizer and aids digestion.
it jcet exactly what they
fty centsper bottle at MIc- I
DEATHr OF MR. MAT O. i
WI learned of the death of Mr.
Phillip R. Mayo on Monday. le died r
on Friday at his home near Alston.
Mr. Mayo was about 80 3 eors of age.
Ee was a gentleman of the old school,
in upright, honest man, who stood by
his convictions. His remains were
burried on Saturday.
Miss Lidt Yarborough i3 visiting
Mirs. D. E. McDowell.
M-s. J. Q. Davis and Miss Annie
eave today for Fortress Monroe to
visit Mrs. D. D. Gaillard.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harrison are
visiting at Mr. D. V. Walker's. Mr.
Harrison leaves today to attend a
meeting of the confederate veterans in
Mrs.T. M. Rembert returned home
n Wednesay after visiting her mother, j
Mrs Thos. G. Robertson.
Miss Hessie Dent returned to Colum- C
bia, her home, on Wednesday, much
to the regret of her many lady and
etlemen friends here.
Mrs. J. D. Mc%arley retuned from
Blackstock on W ednsday where she e.
went to see Mrs.H. Y. Milling before
ier departure to Lancaster.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
'AN OLD MAN'S KRANKY KA LEID
Pictures of Jife in the South Forty and
Forty-five Years Ago, and Contrasts Be
tween Phases of South:irn Life Then and
Corresponding Phases Now. b
Mr. James T. Bacon's lecture, en- ti
itled as above, will be delivered in M
Winnsboro on Tuesday evening, 21st
day. This lecture will be avery at- m
ractive piclure of life before the war V
n the South.
History and romance, pathos and a
umor, wit and merriment, music and
omedy, incident and accident, quip a
nd criticism, the grave and the gay, Si
Il stand out prominently in Mr. Si
Bacon's delightful lectare.
The ladies of the Presbyterian h:
hurch have secured Mr. Bacon's ser- W
rices and a part of the funds raised a
will go for church purposes. Let
verv one attend.
An Onion Sociable.
One of the Iyoung ladies who lives
n the extreme southern suburb of the
own has been trying to get up a New
Crk "fad." It is clled an onion H
arty. The plan is after this manner:
t a gathering of young gentlemen
ud young ladies, some young lady is
bite the onion while the young men
tand outside. Then the young men
nme in, one at a time, and pay tena
ents for each guess; after they have a
nessed the correct party who bit the
nion they have the pleasure of kiss
rig every girl in the room except the
ne who bit the onion. This last con
ition we understand ciused the
ailure of the sociable here, none of
e girls being willing to bite the
nion, thereby losing a kiss; the scheme P
a~iled. It might succeed if the onion
iter had the same showing with the
A BOY BAND. hi
The town has been treated to brass
and music for several days. There fa
as been a delegation of colored
rphans from Knoxville, Tennessee,
topping over here from Saturday
ntil Tuesday night.
They gave two entertainments which'
rere patronized by white and colored
eople. The songs and recitations y
ow that their manager, Rev. J. HI. re
anley, has them thoroughly drilled. "'
hey have a "Blind Tom No. 2" with *
hem. He was fostered by a white -a
idy near Columbus Ga.. and to her
due credit for his advancement.
e resembles Blind Tom in his actions
d manner considerably. His immi
tion of the train going through a
nnel on a church organ was fine.
e would imitate the air brakes, the
ignals were sounded and the organ
ias made to fairly hum like a train on
he track. Rev. Manley is no stouchi
a negro imitation; his song, taken
om Rev. Jasper, of Virginia: "The
m d. move" is fine. The whole
ffiir was very creditable to the young
rphans. They performed well on
meir instruments. The collection
as about $60.
A. BUCKLE IN T.H E WINDPIPE.
There is nothing more horrible than
have a foreign substance fastened
a the throat. A good many years
go the doctors took from the throat
a boy in this county a grain of
rn. It had stayed there long enough
> sprout. This was a perishable i
bstance and not so fearful in in its
m ndances as what we are about to re- i
On the first daiy of December last,
I r. Thos. P. Ligon's son, a young r
oan, had ini his mouth a gripper,
rhich is used on suspenders; it is
bout the same article which holds a
uf in the sleeve. He swallowedi it
.nd at once sent ;or a doctor. It was
hoght best not to perform any ope
ation, so the youn'g mani went ab ut1
s affair.a. lle soon, however. de
eloped a serious caugh an ithe d--ctor
:omeced t treat him as he would a
:onsumpive, but be made no improve
nent. Ie Icwas failing and unable to
ork ; but on the 9th day of May, five1
,nouths an~d nine day s from the t ime~
e swallowed it, he coughed i' np.
Ie had been taking creosote ini so sne
ther mnediue an~d we are inormed
t'at it ate the pol sh off the mne;ai ani
had eAten it thinner. The young-mmani
Childrn Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
i allright now ani is working every
av. It is said that you could hear a
eculiar whistling sound as his breath
rould pass the obstacle in his wind
ipe. We congratulate him on his
RIoN, way 13.-W. U. Jamison is
isiting his children and grand children
t Simpson's, Ridgeway, Blythewood,
'illians, and One Hundred Mile
Mrs. Robert Nicholson has gone t
ithonia, Ga., to see her daughter,
ho is quite sick.
The following are the arrivals at
[otel "Rutland": P. McCurdy, W.
[eCurdy, J. McCarthy and Geo.
Mr. Sam Powell is keeping a private
Darding house. His advertisement
,ill no doubt appear in your next
Mr, L. D. Robertson will cut his oat
op with scissors, and several others
ill'do the same in this section.
Mr. E. A. Smith, fiom Charlotte,
. C., the renowned "Bantine," de
ghts the people at the Quarry every
reniDg with his rich voice.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hartin, from
enver, Col., will summer it at Rion
ad are now the guests of Mrs. John
Mr. Elmore Maddox, of Nashville,
ene., is here, and Mr. Starke Delleney
a charge of him for the summer.
Great preparations are being made
r our annual baby show. It had to
a postponed unavoidably until some
me in June. This year the prize
ill be for the largest baby.
Whooping cough is very fashionable
-th the children at the Quarry, much
> the delight of their mothers.
Mrs. G. W. Brooks paid the Quarry
flying visit Sunday morning.
The paving cutters meet every day
.10 a. m. to discuss high and low
de gondolas. R. T. Roberts is the
lver-tongued orator of the branch.
Work en the Calhoun monument
is commenced. Ten stone cutters at
ork and several more will arrive in
day or two.
Many of the Quarry people will
sit Char'cston to hear our dear old
ampton speak to the Sons and
aughters of our Veterans.
The Quarry base ball club, Master
llie Rutland, captain, is now pre
red to meet any nine in the county.
e begs me to say that any club wish
g to meet them, please to give seve
1 days' notice so their mothers can
ake it convenient to let their nurses
Mr. Elias Jamison was unable to
tend conference at Blythewood,
bich he regrets very much.
R. T. Roberts is again in the water
lon business, this year. He will
ise the "job pocket variety" and has
gaged the Greenbrier Rifle Club to
>duty at his patch.
Rev. Mr. Dent has kindly offered to
each to the Quarry pecople. I am
re they will appreciate his kindness.
The bicycle craze has just struck the
arry. Messrs. Newman and Wal
ig have just purchased two second.
nd ones and go and return from
)rk on them. The roads at the
iarry meet the views of the mana
ecrcr of the ties. 's"
The Community Shocked,
" Lst evening, just after tea, while Mr.
iomas Hartman, a prominent and higlily
sected citizen, apparently in the best of
alt h and spirits, was reading a newspaper,
esheet suddenly fell to the floor; hie
m~ed one hand over his heart, gasped, and
ik back in his chair, evidently uncon
's. The family were stricken with con
eation, and immediately summoned a
siian. But it was too late. The old
:10eman was dead. Physicins gave heart
case as the cause."-Holbrook Herald.
ivery day the papers contain statements
* lar to the above. Even youth is no de
:eagainst heart disease, and the awful
ity' with which it is claiming victims
-.; upon all a conviction of its prevalence.
:exder, if you have a symptom of this
-I disease do not hesitate a moment in
:iding to it. Delay is always dangerous,
! it heart disease too often fatal. Some
.toms of heart disease are shortness of
:h, fluttering, or palpitation, pain or
Iruess in left side, shoulder, or arm, ir
i! tr pulse, smothering, weak or hungry
k, fainting spells, dropsy, etc.
'arles Raven, York, Pa., writes: "'I suffered
Sheart disease 22 years. Frequently my
- would seem to jump into my mouth, and my
~:Pioni made 16e very melancholy. Physicians
-"inm no relief. I became so much worse that
- not expected to live, but was induced as a
r sort to use Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. The
id day I fclt greatly relieved, and at the end
days I felt like a king. My gratitude is to)
.*i Rockwell. Unlontown, Pa., aged 52
e as: "For four years previous to begin-.
t-' of Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure I was
. it a heart disease in a very severe form.
e.~n all so-salled cures, but with no benefit
Ius'ed Dr. Miles' remedy, one bottle of whih
DBethards, High Point. Ia..* makes the f.
~~statement : " I was a wreck from heart
c and stomach trouble when I began uisinig
Miles' New Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver
1< sa result of their use I am well."
ir. Miles' New Heart Cure Is sold by all drng.
t. on a poitive guarantee, or sent by the Dr.
le's Meical Co., Elkhart. Ind.. on receipt of
', SI per bottle, six bottles for $5, express pre
d. It Is positively free from all opiates or
geros drugs. Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver
tIs 25 cents per box, five boxe', $1.00. Mailed
ywher. Free book at druggists, or by mail.
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT t For a
IIUN&CO, ho have ha nearly fifty years
os trctly confidential.bAusn dbook of In.
ormaton concerning Patents and how to oh
aa them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan
Patets takene thougnh i a &Co. receive
ssue we1ekl ineor i s ted d da er
argest circulation of any scientific work In the
Budi Eaditin mothly, $25 a year. Single
pies. '2)cents. Evry number contains beau
.Iful plates. In colors, and phoorahs ofnewi
tonses. with plans. cnabling builders to show the
ateda sand senr Bonrai AddeA .
I am now showing a great variety
of fancy Dress Goods and Silk Waisi
colored dotted Swiss. A handsome 14
Sateens, Ginghams, Outings, Chambra
coes, white and black Lawns, white at
linen Sheeting, Table Damask, Scrim
Toweling, Table Napkins and Doyli
Special bargains in Hosiery this season
Some people have queer notions, but
body, Fix your attention on this, youl
and Summer Neckwear. My stock of
thing nice in a Linen Wash Tie.
Low-cut and Half Low-cut Shoes.
children's Slippers ever seen in this tol
When you want a Trunk, Valise, or E
Yon can afford to dress yourself and
prices are low indeed. My variety is Ui
fine assortment of Boys' Knee Pants.
In quality I am on top. In price I at
Goods exchanged or money refunded
J L. MEN
CaOSBYvILLE, May 14.-The farmers
are about through planting. Oats on
the river are. looking well. Corn is
growing nicely. Gardens are doing
Coleman Lodge No. 97, A. F. M.,
held a lodge of sorrow in honor of two
of its departed members, Mr. Thomas
Jenkins and Mr. John Propst. Dis
trict Grand Master Ardery, of Fort
Mill, was prevent at the latter part of
the ceremony and made a nice talk on
masonry. Capt. Legg and Rev. J. D.
Mahon also made very appropriate
addresses on the life and death of the
two members. There was not a very
large attendance on accont of the
very busy season of the year. All
seemed to be benefited by being pres
ent on the3 occasion.
The terminal point of ouir mail route
will be changed from Leeds, on G. C.
& N. R. R.. to Shelton, on the Spar
tanburg and Union Railroad. The
ontract has been let out for carrying
the maill- to commence on the first of
uly. Mr. Thomas Boniware suc
eeded in getting the contract. C.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phcebe Thomnas, of Junction (ity,
[I1., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumptiou and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cured her, and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers,
139 Florida St , San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching Con
sumption, tried without result everything
else tfien bought one bottle of Dr.'ing's
New Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. lie is naturally, thankful. It is
such resuits, of which these are samples,
that prove the wonderful efficacy of this
medicine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial
bottles at McMaster's & Co.'s Drug Store.
Regular size 50c. and $1.00. *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
For Over Fifty Years
MR. WINsBLOW's SooTHING SYinor has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
in., with per fect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wInd colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immxediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. fwenty
five cents a buttle. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
t no other kind. 5-26txly
When Baby was sick, we gavo her Ca.anda.
Wh shOwsaChik1d, she cried for Castoria.
Whn she becamO Mis she chang to Castoria.
Whn she had Chikkren,she gave them Catod~a.
PERTAINING TO TIIE GRAZINSG OF Cows.
Be it enacted and ordai;!ed by the
Intendant and Wardens of the town
of Winsboro in Council met and by
the athbo ity' of the same:
That the grazing of cows on the
streets cf Winnsboro shall be lawful.
except as hereinafter provided.
Provided. That grazing shall not be
permitted on Congress Street, nor on
East Washington Street, nor on Zion
Street north of East Washington.
Proided, further, That each cow
shall be securely haltered and held
while grazing and that the grazing of
ows shall only be permilted bet ween
the hours of 6 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Provided, further, T hat any one oj
fendi g against the provisions of this
[Urdinance shall be fined twenty-five
ents for each and every offence.
That a:1 Oidinances and parts ot
)rdinnceb inlconsis enlt with thig Or.
dinance be and the bame are hereby
Done int Council this 15th day of
May, 1895, and with ihe corpo
[L. s.] rate seal of the town affixed.
JAS. W. HANA H AN,
Attest: J. A. IIINNANT, Clerk.
DR. E. C. JETER,
Physician and Surgeon.
Offers his profes.si:nal services to the
people of Fairfield.
I'..totf.c addres. .Tnrkimar ille. S. C.
th a Jump.
of black Dress Goods; also a nice lin
Goods. Something Dew in white ani
t of Percals, Cotton and Linen Duck
vs, Shirting, Scherioth, Challies, Cali
a black checked Nainsooks, cotton an
, Cretons, white Quilts, Towels an
es. A big line of new Dress Linings
I have Notions to please any and every
ig men:.A complete new line of Sprin
Neglige Shirts are beautiful. Some
rhe largest stock of ladies', misses' ani
5atchel, I can please you.
boys in the latest style now as my
oo large to specify all the styles. I
a at the bottom.
All smokers in
Town and County
This is the world-beater,
as it is; the BEST
5c. Cigar on earth.
long Havana filler,
MR, F. M. IA B JIIT
Chloride of Lime
Late Cabbage Seed.
Hires' Root Beer.
Soaps and Perfumery.
Teas and Vinegar.
Extra fine Smoking Tobaccc
and a fine
Assortment of Pipes.
Winnboro Drug Store.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
THE UNDERSIGNED bas a ful]
line of the latest designs in
BURIAL CASES AND CASKETS,
at moderate prices. Orders filled
promptly, night and day, at the old
stand. Thankful for past patronage,
[ ask for a share of it ini future.
Hearse farnished whben ordered.
11_atf I. M. ELLiOT T. SE.
Please Gall at t
We have some Winter Dress Good
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SE
That will give you a good stand in you
arrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN S']
ISEED IRISH POTATOES
We think we have the best Irish I
and have questioned many others who
they are the best. Potato nearly round
earlier than the Early Rose; is more I
and give us your opinion. Respectfull
J. M. BEA
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COe
Zasteta Time at Columbia and lt. S**M
I Nortbbound, No s6 No 10INo 88
April 21, 1895. Daily DaLY Daily
Ly. Jacksonvlle. .40 p . ..... 7.00a
Lv. Savannah........... 10.14 p ....... IL a
Ar. Columbia...... ... 2'40 a . ..... 3.43 V
Lv Charleston. .. ......5.30 p ....... .......
Ar Columbia..... ....10.10 p ....... ......
Lv. uguta...........1020 140
Graiteile.........11.15 P 2.10 P
Trenton.............. 148 p 2.33 p
Johnstons...... ........12.06a 2.45 p
Columbia. ..............2.20 a 4.22 p
yColumbia. .........3. a .50. 4..0P
Winnsboro .........49a 4.49a 5.52p
Chester.......-. ...5.35.. 5.35 6A0 p
Rock Hill..........6.08 a 6.0a 7.20 p
Ar Charlotte. .........7. a 7.00a 820
D-)anville...........11.40 p 11.40 a 2at
Richmond ..............4.40 p 4.40 p 4.00 a
Was 4.49 p .4 9 5.52 a
al r .1 1115.35 p1 5.835 a0
Phdelphia .........1 3.00 a 6.00 a 10.25 a
New York ..... . ......210 a. 1.4 a 12.5 V
southbio.. .. No35NO 9 NOS?
Daily Daily Daily
Lv.New York...... ...... 12.15nt 12.U5 4.80 P
"Philadelphia. 7.20 a 7.20 a 6.55 p
" Baltimore.......... 9.42 a9.42 a I9.20 P
Lv.Washington..... .... 11.01 a 11.01 a10.43 P
Lv.Richmond...........1.00 p1.00 12.05 a
"kRockall.......... 61 .0 64
" Johnstns......... 1.51.5 93
"Pk Hrntn.......... 18.104.22.168
"CGrantevill..... 22n 225 10
Ar. Agsta.......... 1.4 .41.5a
L! .Columba....-........022 10
"Treton............10.6.48 6.42 p
"Ganteile..........7 41.05 9.5P
Ar.Augsta............1.00 11.35 P02
Ar~aneson~.......1.... .30 a.8.40 P
LvCoumla.........0 ...1 .0 P
" Jacksonville..... ....10.30 a....9.20
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Nos.87T and 38 Washington & Southern Lim
Ie.Pullman cars Tamp to New York.
$olPn11man train with D~iing cars north of
Nos. 85 and 86 U. S. Fast Mall. Through
Pn11lman Buftet Sleeping car and fErst-class
goseh Jacksonville and New York; also Pull
Clan car Augusta and Charlotte.
N. B.-Nos. 35 and 36 do not enter Union
Blation Columbia. but discharge and take
pasners and baggage at lianding St,
WA. TURK, S. H. HARDWICL.
L.EEKELY, Sup?., COLUm3IA, S. C.
WE. GREEN. J. X- CULP.
0 $pt., WASEGTog. T M, W~AEzNol.
Either Ayer's, Hood's, Stone's or
"Our Own" Sarsaparilla.
S. S. S., B. B. B., Mrs. Joe Parson's
Remedy, Indian Ssgwa, ( uticnra
Resolvent for a blood purifier-.
Harter's and Brown's Iron Bitters,
Electric Bitters, Warner's Safe.
Cure, Simmons' Liver Regni
lator for the liver and
Sctt's and Koch's FEmulsion, Fellows'
and Hematic Hypophosphites for
Johnson's Fever and Agne Tonic,
Ayer's an~d Peruvian .Wine of
Cardin and Pierce's Golden
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Early Amber and Early Orange Sugar
Cane Seed, Penn Richmond and
Western Golden Dent Corn.
Now is the time to plant Beans. We
have 10 or 12 varieties.
Just Received-A barreleof Leggett's
McMASTE~R & CO.
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
Over One Million People wear the
W.L.Douglas $3& $4ShOes
AHl our shoes are eqtualy at'sfnetory
They give the best value for the money.
Th equal castom shoes In style and lt
Th warngqualities are unsusd
The prices are uniform,---stamf on aoe
Prom S to $3 saved over other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply youwecanl. So'lby
W. J. JOHNSON,
7-3 Ridgeway, S. C.
be Corner Stores
, Clothing, Shoes; &c., which we wish
E - THE GOODS.
r garden and make.fine vegetables, will
otato that grows. We have tried them
have also grown them. The verdict is,
, skin red, meat white and cooks dry;
,roductive and keeps well. Try them
['Y & BRO.
ANEW SUPPLY OF
I Comb uinig Numerous
Points of Merit.
Cheapest and Most Popular
Buy for profit, keep up to
date and get the best. A new
as low as can be bought in
Columbia and Augusta. Save
your express charges.
R. We PHILLIPS
And see the line of New Spring
Snits which we are now daily receiv
ing. Never before has such a match
less stock in all the latest styles been
brought to this city, and never before
have such values been offered to the
people of this community. To open
the season we will offer during this
week the following phenomenal values.
They are new goods, and an inspection
of them will reveal the beneficial effect
of the reduced tariffon woolen fabrics:
One lot of black and blue
Cheviot Sacque Suits at only
One lot of black Cheviot
Sacque Suits at only
One lot of beautiful gray
mixed Cheviot Sacque Suits
These are specials from amongst our
kamense.Iine, which embraces all the
other grades frem.$7.50 to $35.00 per
We are ,showing.'a beautiful line of
Youths' Saits, 14to '19 years, at $2.50
to $15.00, and inviteattention to three
special lines of Knee Pants Suits, 5 to
14 years, at $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.
Our line of Furnishings contains all
that you regqiire in Laundered and
Un1aandered- Shirit, Neglige Shirts,
with attached and 4etached collars and
cuffg in eiggisite line of Neckwear in
the new wevesad shades, and our
pritigshapes in Derby Hats are the
no.bbest to be .d iii this city.
NIL 14INA RD,
THE PEoPLE)' CLOTHIER,
1523 Maiu Street,
.COLUJMBIA, S. C.
B. J. QUATTLJEBAUM, D D9N
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