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President-Rutherford B. Hayes,
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LUMBER AT PRICES TO SIC
I keep on hand a full supply of
m of the finest finish. Also, a <
At The Av
In Dry Goods, Boo1
W\-orth of Goods to be sold regard:
from theo market the third time t1:
benefit of the recent decline in Dry
can now show you New Goods chea
I have no old goods to try to get oft
handed down from season, dear at ai
you. Every article in my house is I
and will be sold much less for cash, 1
elsewthere. Read my price list and k
Elegant Calicoes, 5j cents.
Graniteville 3-4 Shir -ting, 5 cents.
3,4 Bleached Shirting, 5 cents.
Striped Cassimeros, 10 cents. .
Three yards of Jeans for 25 cents.
Look at my 20 cents Jeans.
Black Alpaca a specialty.
A very goo articed to cts.
frhitte aet thane atd cti.
Idhced no ol$god.o2ryt5.t i
Leaits SilTies, 5. cents.
LaSutri mmsiedHs, 0 o cents s
Loonlty 2 cents Jas
Th e ntW AMEICAN" educdioly. earnd,.
Wit es artande lanyel t mchnt.I
My opBOAG, Agdenst orsetirie
d 2c0d POUND2 S
Laes Failor Thiese, @ centen.
o--y 25 cets.
fast addess AMFINY Is AVEy& lered
wPhays lour subacipny t o mahe
Jam 8.n DEmmas agr,642
ANTED AS REPRESENTED.
R THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic.
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spring Bods, Mat
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For prices, call at the first:
[IT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICES
D TO MAKE TO ORDER.
Metalic and Rosewood Cases an
heap stock of Coffins.
s, Shoes, Hats, &c.
ess of cost. Having just returned
is season, and therefore got the
Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., I
oer than evor brought to Winnsboro.
' on you, rotten with old age and
1y price, even if they give them to
iow and direct from manufacturers
han old goods you soo advertised
cop it for comparison.
Flowers ranging from 10 cents up
to something nice at 40 and 50 ets.
Good Spool Thread at 21 cents.
Look at my Children's Shoes, 25 ets.
up to Misses Shoes, 40 and 50 ets.
A splendid one pioce woman's plow
Shoe, at 85 conta and $1.00.
The best man's plow Shoe in the
StLate for the money, only $1.00
My Ladies' fine Shoes can't be beat
for style and finish.
Eagle and Phoenix Ball Thread at
A big drive in Ladies' Collarettes at
I, The Acknowl1edged Underseller.
11T Is THIE~
ONLY SEWING MACHIINI
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It has Self-Setting Needic,
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Never Skips Stitches.
Ia the Lightest Running
A New and Simple Device
IWinding the Bobbin
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