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Thursday, May 16. . : 5
-The union service will be held at
the A. R. P. Charch on Sanday night
-Persons going on the wagons to
Greenbrier to-day must be on time
9 o'clock, sharp.
-The council has raised the license
for selling meat from seventy-five
cents to one dollar.
-There is a party of horse traders
camped near town. They hail from
Nashville Tenn., and are stopping over.
here for several days.
-We had a hail storm here on
Thursday evening. It visited other
portions of the county also.* Very
little damage done, however.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cain have
taken up board with Mrs. S. P. Martin.
Mr. Cain is the superintendant of tne
Winnsboro Granite Company's works
at Rion. Winnsboro welcomes them
-The Methodist Church is the point
from which the wagons will start for
Green Brier Sunday School picnic
this morning at 9 o'clock. The baskets
are to be left at Mr. G. A. White's
-Did you ever have any one to come
at you with a whip handle? Usually
it is not a very pleasant anticipation.
However, the "Whip Handle" cigar
which Mrs. F. M. llabenicht handles
is an entirely different matter. We
handled onie the other day and it
whipped out anything we have tried
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
WHAT THE TAix SAID.-A colored
'man who was relating the sad ex
perience to the would-be excursionists,
says that the train said to them as it
glided up in the crow., "Take care!
take care! take care !"
THEY WANT Us TO COME. -We rc
ceived two invitations to the Davidson
College commencement-one from Mr
C. S. Matthews, and the other from
Mr. W. S. Hamilton, of White Oak.
We thank theyoung gentlemen.
MUJTAEY INSPECTIo.-Gen Watts
will inspect the Ridgeway Rifies May
20; the Greenbrier Rifles same day;
the Fairfield Rifb3 Guards and the
Fairfield Light Dragoons on the 21st
of May. There will ba a picnic at the
"latter inspe ation. wl
be held in the following churches on
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. C. E. McDonald Pastor. Service
at 11 a. m. Sunday School at 5 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 6 p. m.
Young people's meeting and choir
practice, Friday evening at 8:15.
Presbyterian-l1 a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 5 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. mn.
Methodist-i1 a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday School at 4 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 5 p. mn..
.Each Republican precinct chai:man
is hereby requested to meet in their
respective place of meeting and elect
delegates to meet the Republican
County Convention on Satarday the
25th inst., at 12 mn.
Jos. C. JACKSON,
Rev, and Mrs. Theodore Bratton
returned home to Spartanburg on
Friday after spending several days
with friends and relatives here.
Mrs. Q. D. Williford has gene to
Rock Hill to visit her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. T. M. Hill, a sister of Mr. J. E.
Coan, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Coan.
Mr. G. L. Kennedy, from Black
stoek, spent Friday in town.
Mr. Mose Mackorell is visiting rela
tives in town.
Miss Lois Harris arrived on Thurs
day and is vi~iting her sister, Mrs.
C. E. McDonald.
MAJ. BACON'S LECTURE.
Here is what th~e Charle to:1 Pest
says of the lecture:
"The many cultivated Charleston
p.eople who heard Colonol James
T. Bacon, of Edgegeld, last night in
the handsome Unitarian Parish Hall,
will have at:i least one delightful
memory for a lifetime; and thoee who
did not hear him, have perhaps a treat
before them i the future. Colonel
Bacon's now famous lecture, An Old
Man's Kiranky Kaleidoscope,' is a
string of pearls-pearls of thought, of
pathos, of humor, of sentiment, of
religion, of fun. Colonel Bacon, to
begin with, is a man of exquisite
personal grace and genislity. Hi<
mnannet s are the perfection of high
breeding. As a pianist, lie is very
accomiplished. is playing, altho~urb
of the mo~st advanced mode n style,
i-, like everything he says and does,
exceeingly - original. As a lecturer
Colo-el Bacon is undoubted ly the
comning mnii, it indeed, he is not, al
read1y comle. Colon1 1 Bacon's li e
record is a ve y nioble one. lHe de
see ves the mnost exa'lt- d measure of
"Colonel Bacon's delivery is as
gdainlt and charming as the subject
muatter of his address. lHe can-.ot fai:
*ru Ba 'ALv -e. ;n~ the wvorm( f or tLj.,
ikrsoea, seo Uicer., Salt Rtheumn. i .
Gens an~d all Ski. Erup'tions. and piai
tvely curea Piles, o:- no pay required P
is~utramend to give perfece ; isfactus,
'e :I-mey refund'ed'. Price 23 ''nts per
THTEY GOT LEFT.
On Friday morning by five o'clock
Night Operato: Jones was disturbed
by the noise of colored passengers,
who had come in from the country to
tak. the excursion train from Rock
Hill to Columbia. The cr owd s.velled
until by 10.15 o'clock there was about
$60 worth of tickets sold. John Rus
sell was selling tickets here for the
promoters of the excursion (some
Chester darkeys) and business was
The impatient crowd was like a
flock of black birds, you could not
bear your ears at the depot. Mr.
Gantt sold eight or ten accident poli
cies, and everything was ready for the
ride. At 10.15 some one yelled out,
"Sight! Sight!' and in rolled the
heavily ladened train. McPherson,
the engineer, cast a mischievous glance
at the crowd, and when opposite the
office "pulled her wide opon."
There was a look of anxious in
quiry, then a burst of laughter irom
the crowd. "She's not going to stop,"
they said. "Ain't dat a way .o do?
John Russell got to give me my mo:.e)
Some of the darkeys who expected
to go rau away, they did not v-aut to
be seen in the crawd. Many would
say, "1 did not want to go; you see 1
just come in my every day cloths to
see 'em off.
When last seen John Russell was
besieged by an earnest crowd demand
ng a "refund."
A Chester darkey, thinking they
were going to stop, jnmped off and
got lefi. He hurt his knee by the
Children Cry for Pitcher's Casteria.
BILLETS GUOM BcCKHEAD.
BuCKnEAD, May 11 1895.-For the
last four days the weather has been
dangerously near the frost-linc-in
deed. I heard a gentleman say he
thought, from the appearance of his
potato plants, there ba1 been frost.
Fres have been necessary for comfort.
I hope "history will not repeat itself,"
and give us another "year without a
summer," as I once heard your former
correspondent, Mr. Wm. Edrington,
Corn and cotton came up nicely, but
the worms have cut the former down
so badly as to render replanting neces
We had several severe storms last
week; the laud was badly washed and
a large white oak near the yard was
split by the lightening. We heard
that Mr. J. B. Frazier lost a fine mule
during the same storm.
Miss .Estelle Lyles has gone to Lex
ington county to take charge of a
school during the summer.
Capt. and Mrs. Lyles have gone on
a visit to their. daughter, Mrs. T. W.
Woodward, at Rlockton.
Mr. A. L. Edrington, we are glad
to report, is improving-can get from
his room to the piazza by pushing a
chair before him.
Mrs. Ladd is well.
The prospects for an abundant peach
crop are good, but there will not be a
half crop of apples and pears. The
blackberry vines are covered with
their beautiful fiowers, and will, by
and by, give us an abundant harvest
of berries. Gard ens are indeed back
ward-even salid is scarce.
Quite a bold robbery was perpetra
ted by a negro near Shelton last week.
Mr. Thomas Shelton had a fine cow
driven off in the night, but lie was
fortunate enough to get a iclue, which
he followed, and found the cow at
Mr. Stevenson's the negro havin~g sold
it to him. The same night a party of
men surrounded his father's house, on
Mr. L. R. Fee's place, and came near
capturing him. Hope he may yet be
caught, as he has been a desperate
character for several years.
Rev. Mr. McDowell has accepted a
call to Rock Creek, and will preach
thers the fourth Sunday in this month.
We hope his pastorate will be both
pleasant and profitable.
Oldpeolewho require medici~e to
reglate the bowels and kidneys will fin'J
the true remedy in Electric Ditters.l
This medicine ( oes not sti:nulate and con
tains no whiskey nor other intoxicant, but
acts as a toutc and alterative. It acts
mildly on the stomach and bowel<, adding
strength and giving tone to the organs,
therey aiding Nature in the performnr.c0
of the functio: s. Electric Bitters is an
excellent appetizer and aids digestion.
Old People tiud it just exactly what they
nee. rice fifty cents per bottle at Mc
Master & Co.'s Drug Store. *
VIEWED FROM NORTII CA ROL1MA.
Mr. Edit: Did the carth trembte
the other day when the "pronuncio
mento' camne forih from John Gary
Evas, er were the people much
friitened or were any men run over
whn the rumsh came to get to a lacr
where "whi-e supremacy'' wouh.l be
The pro-:.nd did' not shake a bh ump
hrv, nor we e mna'y people imchi
aar.ed . In f:ic; , nearJly every nr-e
laged Some s.aid that if the G o
ei nor- has :nyv friends ini South Car
ln iey oughlt to h e bi m in clh rge
ai.d ka-p him from mnaking a f Il of
hi- elf agiin. Somie others said they
.ught to :ake im to, the asylutm 0u
let Dri. Dabee~k itake care 't him n
It i as b< ei s:id. that he that h:gh
la laughir best. The 'Stagiu
Democrat/' have not seen nmei in
Sttie affairs for the last four years to
make thens laugh. TI-ey may be1 ex
cs for being a lit tle merry when
they see thle "Rihngster" begin totr
la e I sunnne they feel alil ik
Beishazzar did when be siw thc "writ
ing on the wall."
Free ballot seems to be that which
affects the knees, and well it may, as
honest elections mean "exit ringsters."
The Governor expects to frighten
weak-kneed Democrats by the cry of
"black f19g" and the wreck of "white
I do't suppose there is one sensible
man in the State who believes that
-'white supremacy" would be endan
gered by ihe votes of negroes. They
want honest elections-so do the Cor.
servatives-and if honest and capable
men are put up as candidates for the
Constitutional Convention they will be
elected. I do not suppose there are
many negroes ;n the State who would
live in a country not governed by
white men. The cry of the danger of
"white Eupremacy" is all bosh.
I don't suppose the 'black flag" will
frighten many. Just let the Conserva
tives keep firm and "ring rule" will
soon be at an end. J. P.
The Old North State, May 16.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phobe Thomas, of Junction ' ity,
Ill., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumptiou and that there was no hore for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cuied her, and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers,
13. Florida St, San Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful eid, approaching Con
sunp'on, tried without result evervtiing
else 1::-n bought one bottle of Dr. King's
New !!iscovery and i i two weeks was
gu-. He is naturally thankful. It is
sue;. 1saits, of which these are samples,
thapt pore 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 Piteher's Castoria.
For Over Fifty Years 'M
Mt2. WI sLOw'S SooTHING SYRui has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teeth
in -, v ith peffect success. It soothes the
child, .oltens the gul.is, allays al' pain,
cures wind colie, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gits n every part of the world. Twenty
five ients a buttle. Be sure and ask for
'-Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
kM no ';ther kind. 5-Y txly
When Baby was sick, we gaeir.kria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became )iiss, she clung to Castoria.
When she bad Children, she gavethem Casoria,
PERTAINING TO THE GRAZING OF Cows.
Be it enacted and ordained by the
ntendant and Wardens of the town
f Winnsboro in Council met and by
the anthority of the same:
That the grazing of cows on the
streets oi' Win.isboro shall be lawful,
xcept 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.
Provided, futhr That each cow
shall be securely haltered and held
w ile grazing. and that the grazing of
ows shall only be permit ted between
the hours ef 6 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Provided, further, That any one of
fending against the provisions of this
rdinance shall be fined twenty-five
ents for' each and every offence.
That all Ordinances and parts of
rdinances inconsistent with this Or
inance be and the same are hereb~y
Dane in Council this 15th day of
May, 1895, and with t he corpo
.. s.] rate seal of the town affixed.
JAS. W. [HANAHAN,
Attest: J. A. HINNANT, Clerk.
AND) SALE SABLES.
I STILL H AVE ON HAND
6 R Young Mues
A FEW GOOD MARlES.
A FEW BUGGIES.
A FEW SECOND-II AND W AGONS?
FEW MIlLC~l COWS,
I wil! sell cheap for cash or exchange
hz f':r dry citt.I c
Wi nl;bloro), S. C.
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENTe For a
mtU a&er , wo have hd Deal ifty years
experience In the patent business. ommunica
tIons strictly conmedential. A Handbook of In
formation concerning Patents and how to ob
aind the senti free. Aso acatalogue of mechan
Patents taken through M.unn & Co. receive
pa notice in the Scientific Amtericnn, and
tus arc brought widely before the public with
issuedee l clegantlyillustratedhas byfar te
largest circulation of any scientific work In the
world. S3 a ear. Sampe copies sen fresie.
copies, 2icents. Ecry number contains beau
tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of niew
houses. with plans, enabling builders to show tho
latest designs and secure contracts. Address
MUNN & Co., NEW YORK, 361 BaoAnwA.
DR. DAVID AIKEN,
ae:No), 9 Va-.itn o:' S-treet., .3 Doors
,.r'In id;;eway s C.. e'very Wednes
I am now showing a great variety
of fancy Dress Goods and Silk Waist
colored dotted Swiss. A handsome loi
Sateens, Ginghams, Outings, Chambrai
coes, white and black Lawns, white ani
linen Sheeting, Table Damask, Scrims
Toweling, Table Napkins and Doylie
Special bargains in Hosiery this season.
Some people have queer notions, but I
body. Fix your attention on this, youn;
and Summer Neckwear. My stock of
thing nice in a Linen Wash Tie.
Low-cut and Half Low-cut Shoes. 'I
cbildren's Slippers ever seen in this toil
When you want a Trunk, Valise, or S
Yon can afford to dress yourself and
prices are low indeed. My variety is ';tc
fine assortment of Boys' Knee Pants.
In quality I am on top. In price I am
Goods exchanged or money refunded.
J L. MIld
If You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat frames are made of white
ash, thoroughly glued together at corn
ers and a syrrmetrical skirt cut on
inels are made oval by arranging
the ins-hi w,-awith a special rig we have
-otten up, s5- when the seat is
nished it preesa vex surface,
thus causing the varnish o ft, to
good advantage, and giving the vehic
a handsome appearance. Eeats are
thoroughly ironed to a pattern so that
they are all alike, and backs and tops
are interchangeable. The advantage
f this is that if yon have one of our
buggies and want a cushion, back or
top we can send you one to fit. Panele
are made of Blue Ridge Mountain
Our seats are made by Mr. Cicero
Moore with a competent corps of as
We proudly challenge the world to
coopare seats with us.
Mr. W. M. Patrick, of Woodward,
ba recently accepted the agency for
our product in his vicinity, and will
be pleased to explain to yonu the merits
of the "PREMIUM -CAROLINA
Yorkville, S. C.
"PR1E F FAIFIEL,"
Sired by Imported Washington Par
rot (which .cost owner $2,000), 14i
hands high,jet black with white points,
stylish, smooth, and proportionately
made, will serve a limited number of
mares at my place-"Fairfield Stock
TERMs :$1O 00 to insure (with foal
7.00season without insurance
payable in advance.
5 00 single service, pay
able in advance.
W. D. DAVIS,
316 Monticello, S. C.
USE f It always
Great Pain Alleviator.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache,
Headache, Cold in all its forms, Cuts,
ores, Bruises, Sprains and Lameness,
Diarrhoa and Cholera Morbus, Colic
id all Bowel Troubles.
It alway relieves when properly ap
T. X. L. COMPANY.I
C. M. DEMPSEY, Manager,
South Carolina Div., 030 Main Street,
Columbia, S. C.
For sale by
John H. McMaster & Co., Winnboro,
'. C., and Drs. Linder & Team, and
. L. Rosboro, Ridgeway, S. C., and
all druggists at TWENTY-FIVE
4 C;COlmING to an Ac; of the Leg
.t1 islature to eelablish, a free ferry
at Ashf,.rd'i, over Bron'i River. near
:y other, we will procee-d to tet to tbe
l st hidlder on the 24th day of May,
1b9.5, at 11 'clock A. M , at the ferry,
thec buhi ing of one ferry boat and pt-~
t a wire c .bie across thbe river.
Panis and geccificit ions made known
on day ot letting?. Bonid twice the
amont of bidl required for faithful
perf:ranmce ot contract.
B. G. TENNANT,
Funervisor Fairfield County.
WV. A. HILL,
Supervisor Newberry County.
th a Jump.
of black Dress Goods; also a nice line
Goods. Something new in white and
of Percals, Cotton and Linen Duck,
s, Shirting, Scherioth, Challies, Cali
black checked Nainsooks, cotton and
Cretons, white Quilts, Towels and
i. A big line of new Dress Linings.
have Notions to p!ease any and ev.ery
,men: A complete new line of Spring
Neglige Shirts are beautiful. Some
'he largest stock of ladies', misses' and
atchel, I can please you.
boys in the latest style now as my
o large to specify all the styles. A
at the bottom.
, - Manger.
All smokers in
Iown and County
his is the world-beater,
as it is the BEST
5c. Cigar on earth.
Long Havana filler,
~R&P . MHABMNIT.
Chloride of Lime
Late Cabbage Seed.
Hires' Root Beer.
Soaps and Perfumery.
Teas and Vinegar.
Extra fine Smoking Tobacco
and a fine
Assortment of Pipes.
Winsboro Drug Store.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
TIE UNDERSIGNED has a full
line of the latest designs in
BURIAL CASES Ai) CASKETS,
at moderate prices. Orders filled
promptly, night and day, at the old
stand. Thankful for past patronage,
[ ask for a share of it in future.
Hearse furnished when ordered.
1-6t T. M_. ELLYOTT. SR.
Please Call at ti
We have some Winter Dress Goods,
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SE]
That will give you a good stand in your
arrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN ST
SEED IRISH POTATOES
We think we have the best Irish P:
and have questioned many others who b
they are the best. Potato nearly round,
earlier than the Early Rose; is more p
and give us your opinion. Respectfully
J. M. BEA'
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
Eastern Time at Columbia and Pts. Sorth.
Northbound, No 36 No 10so o 38
April 21, 1895. IDaily Daily Daily
Lv. Jaeksonville.. ... 5.40 p. 7.00 a
Ly. Savannah..... ....... 10.14 p ....... IL30 a
Ar. Columbia .............. 2'40 a . 3.45 p
Lv Charleston.........5.30 p.........
Ar Columbia......... 10.10 p ....... ..
Lv. Augusta ........ .......10.3 p 1.40 p
Graniteville.............1115p 2.10 p
Tenton......... ....... .. . 4
Johnstons.....-- ...... 12.08 a 2.45 p
Ar Columbia. ..............2.20 a 4.22 p
Lv Columbia. ............3.50 a 3-50a 4.50p
Winnsboro............49a 4.49 a 5.52p
Chester..... ......5.35& 5. a 6.40 p
Rock Hill...........08. 6.08a 7.20
Ar Charlotte. 7.00 7.00a8.20
Davile.............11.40 p 1.40 a pQMt
Richmond. .. ....p 440p 6.00 a
Washigon 9.5p 9Z3 p 6.42&a
11.35 p 11.35 p 8.05
..... .. 100 a 3.00 a 10.25 a
6.23 a 6.23 a .53 p
Bouthound. No 35 No No 37
" Da nile.. . . Daily Daily Daily
Lv.New York........... 12.nt 12.35nt 4.30 P
" Philadelphia... ....... 7.20 a 7.20 a 6.55 p
"Baltimore...........9.42 aI 9.42 a 9.20 p
Lv.Washington..... ....11.01 a~ 11.01 a10.43 p
Lv.Richmond...........1.00 p1.00 p12.05 a
"Chester... -.- .122n22n1.0a
Aruut........ 80" Graniteville...... ~
......re1.14 a 8. 4 0 p 15
L....... 'la 1 20 a 1.00 p
Jaksnvll..... .30.. 9 .20 p
Nos.37nd 38 Wshi..t. .......her1 a im
LS.oldu ma........ ...... Di.4n a r ..... 4.0
ArCharlst . ........1.0a....s4
No.Columbad...... ..... 1.30 ai.... Through
"oo Jacksonville.. a.... New3 York; . also Pl
N. B.--Nos. 35 and 38 do not enter Union
Sation Columbia. but dischar e and take
~ssengers and baggage at ~landing St.
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWICK,
E. BERKELY, Supt., CoLzamzA, S. C.
W. H. GIEEN, J. M. CULP'.
G Spt., W.&sElzGToE. T M.WAsEIGQoZ.
Either Ayer's, Hood's, Stone's or
"Our Own" Sarsaparilla.
S. S. S., B. B. B., Mrs. Joe Parson's
Remedy, Indian Sagwa, uticnra
Resolvent for a blood purifier.
Harter's and Brown's [ron Bitters,
Electric Bitters, Warner's Safe
Cure, Simmong' Liver Regu
lator for the liver and
Scott's and Koch's Emuision, Fellows'
and Hlematic Hypophosphites for
Johnson's Fever and Ague Tonic,
Aver's and 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 lime to plant Beans. We
have 10 or 12 varieties.
Jast Received--A barrel of Legget t's
MeMASTER & CO.
Under Winnsboro Hotel.
PIT FOR A KING.
i 4.3.sFINE CALF&KNGAROI
-' $3.49 POUCE,3SolES,
/ 04~o2. WORK1NGlMlf
.m - LADIES
Over One Mllion People wesr the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the money'.
They equal custom Shoes in style and it.
Their wearnug qualities are ansaassed.
The prices are uniform,---stamf on sole.
From S: to $3 saved over other makes.
If y0~urelcnnOt Suppyyo We can. SO~db)
W. J. JOHNNON,
1e Corner Store;
Clothing, Shoes, &c., which we wish
E - THE - GOODS.
garden and make fine vegetables, will
NOW IN STORE.
>tato that grows. We have tried them
ave also grown them. The verdict is,
skin red, meat white and cooks dry;
roductive and keeps well. Try them
'Y & BRO.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
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.
EL. W. PHIL LIPS
And see the line of New Spring
Suits which we ire 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 ar-e specials from amongst oar
immense line, which embraces all the
other grades from $7.60 to $35.00 per
We are showing a beautiful line of
Youths' Suits, 14 to 19 years, at $2.50
to $15.00, and invite attention to three
special lines of Knee Pants Suite, 5 to
14 years, at $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.
Our line of Furnishings contains all
that you require in Laundered and
Unlaundered Shirts, Neglige Shirts,
with attached and detached collars and
cffs, an exquisite line of Neckwear in
the new weaves and shades, and our
Spring shapes in Derby Hats are the
nobbicst to be had in this city.
M. L. KINARD,
THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHIER,
152.3 Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.. '
B. J. QUATTLEBAUM, D D 8.
WINNSR4RO, M4. C.
D~EF &'"*DlE CRE