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uent insertion. These rates apply to
advertisements of every character, ana are
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and tributes of respect are charged for as
advertisements. Marriage notices, and
simple announcements of deaths, are published
free, and are solicited. Liberal terms
for contract advertisements.
J ?w Advertisement*.
Excelsior Cooks?J. H. Cnmmings. j
Sheriffs Sale?Jno. D. McCarley,
Fresh Arrivals?S. S. Wolfe.
Executor's Sale?J. A. Turketl.
Fruit?C. Bart & Co., Charleston,
. S. C.
Offer.?N. W. Trump. Colum
bia, S. C.
l?S^%^Show Cases?Terry Show Case Co.,
?Good wood has been in demand
for the past week.
?A number of Fairfield fanners
will have exhibits at the State fair.
?Cotton futures are lower now than
they have been since the fall of 1879.
?Go to D. K. Flenniken's for fresh
orrrarif-.r iust received and sold low
?There was a very pleasant dance
at the "Winnsboro Hotel on Friday
?The Rev. W. "W. Orr, of Huutersville,
X. C., has been spending a
few days in town.
?Mrs. Lula McAlpine is spending a
4* /love arjfh friends and relatives in
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?Ten of the Edgefield lynchers have
beeu admitted to bail in the sum of
two thousand dollars.
?Miss Lizzie Harrison, of Reidville,
S. C., and Miss Birdie Sloan, of Columbia,
are visiting Miss Jennie Boag.
?Belton Yarborough, colored, one
of Mr. Doly's hands died very suddenly
on Friday of heart disease.
-We are informed that the farmers
of the county are settling up their
liens with nnusual promptness.
?The Kennel Club of Winnsboro,
has met with little success this season.
The fox seems too sly for the dogs
?Don't forget to sell your cotton,
and call at our office and fix up your
subscription. Your conscience will be
easier after paying the printers.
?The "Boss Masher" of the B.P. U.
will attend the State fair this week.
We hope to have a good report from
him on his return.
?We have heard rumors of a number
of marriages which are to come off
next month. Invitations done up in
the latest style at this office.
?The Board of County Commissioners
met on Tuesday, and transacted
the regular routine business. Nothing
of importance came up befoxe them
?Deputy Sheriff Milling spoke in
^ high terms of the treatment of the
convicts at ths stockade near Summerville,
and that it was as good as
they reeeived within the walls of the
?"We are informed that considerable
cotton is being held on hand by
farmers of this county, in hopes that
the price will go up. This shows a
better condition of afiairs in the country.
?A number of Wiunsboro people
have been in attendance at the Chester
fair. Those who have attended both
the Chester fair and the Charlotte fair
pronounce the former superior to the
latter in every respect. The Chester
fair is the fair of the farmers of
York, Chester, Lancaster and Fairfield.
A combination hard to beat.
Bargains ! Bargains !?Now is the
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inns tu get, uurgaiiis iu jjauica ess
Cashmeres, Flannels, Worsteds, etc.
Yelrets to match. D. A. Hendrix.
Next door to National Bank. *
Death.?We are sorry to announce
the death of John Austin, the twoyear-old
boy of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Blair of this county. He died on the
4th inst. after a few days'illness. We
extend sympathy to the bereaved
Shoes! Shoes!?Don't bnv your
Shoes and Boots until you come and
look through our stock. Our prices
Wiii convince you mat we are uciuauy
selling cheaper ili&n the cheapest.
D. A. Hexdeix,
* Next door to National Bank.
Our National Bank.?On Monday
ten shares of the Winnsboro Bank
A--! * ? ? A iJ. J V.A./.V.i
iock were soiu at auuuuu auu uivuguu
120?. This shows the condition of this
institution, and what the public think
of its standing and stability. No better
showing could be made by any
bank whose existence dates back to
so recent a period*
The Liquor Traffic.?Deputy Mar
shal McUreignt has been Kept Dasy lor
the past few weeks in arresting parties
charged with selling whiskey without
license. George (Joins and Wade
Ford were lodged iu jail last week
charged with this offence. They had
been operating, we &re informed
around White Oat, and had gotten to
be quite bold in their dealings.
A Fbee Ride.?We are informed
fhftf cpt*or*l tramfvs secnred & free ride
from this place to Charleston a few
days ago.' It seems they had gone into
:a cotton car labeled for Charleston to
!take a nap. The car was locked by
the agent at this place without knowing
that they were in, and tue car sent
to Charleston. It is not often that
they are so successful In securing a
Death.?A private letter from Chicora,
Louisiana, announces the death
ill that place of Mrs. M. M. Adger,
who formerly resided in this county.
Her death was very sudden. While
performing on the organ in church,
- she drepped off the stool and died in a
very fevr minutes. We are informed
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j mat ner motner aieu very LLlUl'lJ iu tuv
j same way in the Presbyterian church in
i this place. Mrs. Adger has many friends
and relative in this county "who will
be pained to learn of her death. She
j was a daughter of tha late James GamI
A War Relic.?"We were shown on
Monday by Mr. Clarence Rabb, a very
unique relic of the war which had
been found on his place by his little
boy Eagene. It seems to have been
presented to some one for running- the
blockade iuto Charleston during the
war. On one side is the following
! inscription: "Jan. 2nd 1862. St. Ella
I "Warly, Alex. G. Swasey, Commander,
Ran the Blockade into Charleston,
S. C." On the other side is written,
"One Florin, one tenth of a pound."
It was found while plowing on Mr. j
Rabb's plantation, and is as bright as
a new silver dollar. Captain Swasey
and his family lived here daring the
Town* Bonds.?The parties who
were appointed to solicit names to a
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petition wmcn is 10 oe suumuieu |
the Legislature asking that the town
be empowered to issue bonds, has
handed the list to one of the members
of the Legislature. It is signed by
nearly all the taxpayers of town,
eK/inrc! tV>? intAl'PSf fif'lf in fllfi
n UlVil OUUHU (UV vvr? ww*. - -
enterprise. The bonds will find a
ready sale and nothing seeuas in the
way to hinder the erection of a hand-'
some school building for the Mount
Zion school at an early day. We sunpose
it is be a substantial brick building
erected in modern style. "Would
it not be well to have some professional
arcnuect iu pmpuio a. jjiau ivi i
A Tobacco Shed at White Oak.?
We noticed, ou a recent trip up the j
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Kail-1
road, at White Oak a peculiar looking
building which, upon inquiry, we
learned to be a tobacco shed erected
by one of our most enterprising farmers,
Mr. Thos. G. Patrick, to be used
in curing his tobacco crop. Mr. Patrick
made an experiment in tobacco
planting during the past year, which
gave such fair promise that he has not
hesitated to go to some expense for
the purpose of cultivating this lucrative
crop on a larger scale. We believe
that "there are millions in it" for
those enteprising farmers of ordinary
intelligence who will attempt the cultivation
of it. The soil of Fairfield
is well adapted to the crop, the climate [
is perfect and the railroad give every
facility for the marketing of the product.
Our Colored Firemen.?At a recent
meeting of the Tiegulars, Engine
Company No. 2, the following officers
were elected to serve for the ensuing
President?J. D. Smart.
Vice-President?J. W. Smith.
Secretary?J. H. Wade.
Assistant Secretary?Wm. Goins.
Treasurer? D. M. Kcily.
1st. Director?J. P. Montgomery.
2nd. Director?I. L. Lewis.
3rd. Director?S. Garrison.
4th. Director?J. Phillips.
1st. Axeman?IS. Henderson.
2nd. Axeman?J. J. GoiDS.
1st. Pipeman?W. Woodward.
2nd. Pipeman?H. Bosttic.
Solicitor? H. W. Barber.
Assistant Engineer?\V. Carr.
Secretary pro tem?Win. Goins.
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JfRICE OF UOTXON FKOM iO.'U iu jloou.
?One of our enterprising merchants
has been kind enough to furnish us!
with a list showing at what price mid-1
dling cotton was sold on the 9th of
iNovemoer smee io/o. xue xum/wiug
is the list:
1875, November 9,12 cents.
1876, November 9, 10$ cents.
1877, November 9, 9$ cents.
1878, November 9,11 cents.
1889, November 9, 10? cents.
1880, November 9, 91 cents.
1881, November 9, 105 cents.
1882, November 9, 9f cents.
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JL050, i\ovemDer ?, cents.
1884, November 9, 9 cents.
1885, November 9, 8? cents.
From this list it will be seen that
there was only one year, 1878, when
cotton was as low as il is at present,
and that there has been decline in tiie
last decade of 3? cents per pound, or
in other words the difference between
the price in 1875 and 1885 is 3? per
pound. It is well to state that in 1878
the price run down to 7$ per pound
on the 9th of November, but run up in
April of the next year, 1879, to 10?.
Wedding Bells.?On the afternoon
1 of October 28 a company of friends
and relatives assembled at the residence
of Major Culp at Rossville to
witness the marriage of his daughter,
Miss Laura Culp, to Mr. Richard "VV.
Featherston. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. C. G. Bradford, of
Winneboro. After an hour pleasantly
cn#?nf nf. Mflior Oulrvs. several of the
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crowd accompanied the happy couple
to their future home?the late residence
of Mr. Joseph Arledge, deceased,
where a large gathering' of neighbors
and friends enjo\ ed the festivities of
the evening. About ten o'clock supper
was announced?and such a supper
! On every side was heard, "What
a beautiful table!" It is needless to
aau mat toe opinion exuresseu was
folly sustained by the enjoyment of
the gnests in partaking of the tempting
least. The bridal pair received a
number of beautiful and useful presents.
Everything indicates a bright
and happy future for the newly-married
couple. They certainly have the
best, wishes of a laree circle of friends.
Death of Dr. Jxo. R. Cook.?The
Marshallville, Ga., Enterprise of the
24th nit contains the announcement ol
the death of Dr. John It. Cook, a gentiemar
well known in Winnsboro. Th(
sau eveuL piuvc vu miu iui
Dr. Cook was in the 65th year of his
age. He spent his whole life in Mar
shallville, and enjoyed the esteem o:
that entire community. He was firs1
i married, in 1847, to Mrs. Harmon, o
. that place, who died in 1851. Som<
years after her death he married Mrs.
Sarah S. Owens, of this place, a
daughter of the late Osmund Woodward.
Dr. Cook was in his last illness,
a very great sufferer, but his troubles
were softened by tLe attentions of his
numerous friends and by the consolations
of religion. In concluding its
notice the Enterprise says: "ine poor
of this community have lost a dear
sympathetic friend. When a patient
suffered, Dr. Cook shared his sorrows;
and the bereavements and afflictions
of others affected him as his own."
Our Colored Firemen*.?Wednesday
was the anniversary of the Regu
lars, Eugine Company No. 2, and as
usual was celebrated by a parade and
dinner. After an election of officers at
their hall, the procession was formed
headed by the drum corps, next came
the Hook and Ladder Company No. 1,
the invited guests of the Regulars.
The Regulars in their bright new uniforms
presented a handsome appearance,
and are a company ot which the
j people of Winnsboro should feel proud.
The Hook and Ladder Company also
presented a creditable appearance.
After marching through the principal
streets of town, the company wilh its
invited guests and other friends, assembled
in the pines in rear of Col.
Rion's, where an elegant dinner had
been prepared for them. The colored
firemen of Winnsboro have always
responded to the sound of the fire bell
and have been untiring in their efforts
in cases of fire, for which the people
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nave always icu yiimum. jluv uvju
lars will accept our thanks for an invitation
to be present at their dinner.
Tut; Notorious Dick Brown.?Dick
Brown, a notorious character, who has
made a reputation for himself in this
county and in Newberry, is back in
charge of Sheriff McCarley. His
career for robbery of all kinds commenced
in Newberry county a good
many years ago. lie was frequently
arrested and was as often successful in
making his escape or defying arrest.
Several attempts were made and in
more than one instance did he return
firp rm thn nosse who was after
him. Several futile attempts were
made in Fairfield till finally a posse in
charge of our present Sheriff called
early one morning and bagged their
game. He was sent then to the penitentiary,
but negro like, returned
within two months to his familiar
haunts near Waterec, but was only
there a weekorsotilltheSheriffpicked
him up again. He was bronght from
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CUUIUiei YXlIi; Liii^> muk, ?-*j
Sheriff Milling', who arrived on the
ground at the expiration of his sentence.
He will be tried at the next
term of Court for some of his former
offenses in this county. The way of
the transgressor is hard.
Free Trade Clubs.?The first Free
Trade Club organized iu this State
since the war was formed in Columbia,
on the Slst October. A number of
orominent men from ihe State were
present, and others sent letters of
t regret. This is a movement in the
right direction and should have the
support of the entire pubiic. Delegates
were clectcd to the Chicago con;
vention, and the following resolution
i of instruction was read and passed:
That our delegates to the Chicago
Convention be instructed to advocate
such a course of reform in the tariff as
shall prove in its operations gradual
and moderate, but tending to constant
and persistent reduction of duties until
I a revenue basis be reached ana ulti
! mately absolute tree traae De auaineu.
Before the Club was adjourned Prof.
Davis moved that free trade clubs
be organized in every county, and he
instructed to send delegates to a free
j trade convention in Columbia 011 the
9th of December. There i" no more
iniquitous burden 011 the American
people than protection. To rid ourselves
of this burden it must be done
gradually, and unity of action is the
great requisite of succeess. Free trade
' rrotninor Jllld if diS
; cusscd and agitated by clubs over the
State, others will flock to its banners,
and the influence of such action will
be felt without our borders. Shall
Fairfield be behind in the march of
progress and reform ? Let some of the
influential men of the town call a
meeting at an early day ana sena rep?
i-esentatives to the convention at CoEumbia
in December. There is no
ticne to be lost. Who will take the
The Industrial Exposition.?The
Centennial Industrial Exposition ol
| the Agricultural Society of South Car[
olina opens in Charleston on tbe 23rd
\ iust. A very attractive programme
I kas been arranged. In addition tc
I the usual premiums the following
j special ones are offered:
For the best two bushels white wheal
half ton ammoniated fertilizer, offeree
by the Ashepoo Phosphate Company,
For second best two bushels white
I wheat, half ton Acid Phosphate, offer
[ ed by the Wando Phosphate Company
| For best two bushels red wheat, hal
[ ton ammoniated Fertilizer, offered bj
( the Stono Phosphate Company.
i For second best two bushels rec
wheat, half ton Acid Phosphate, offer
' ed by the Ashley Phosphate Company
For best two bushels of bread corn
half ton Am moniated Fertilizer, offer
ed by the Atlantic Phosphate Corapa
For second best two bushels brea<
' corn, half ton Acid Phosphate, offerei
by the Pacific Guano Company.
For best two bushels stock corn
half ton Ammoniated Fertilizer, offei
: ed by the Ashley Phosphate Companj
For second best two bushels stoc
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!corn, nan ion z\.ciu r uuspuait,
by the Atlantic Phosphate Company.
For best two bushels barley, ha
t : ton Ammoniated Fertilizer, offered b
] the Etiwan Phosphate Company.
] For second best two bushels barlej
k J half ton Acid Phosphate, offered b
the Ashepoo rnospoate uompsuy.
' All exhibits competing for thePremiums,
must be delivered to th
c Secretarv, by November 21st, 1885.
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t The Columbia Fair.?The prepan
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f j tions wbicb have been going on u
} I several weeks past have been comple
f ed; and the State Fair this year promi
isc3 to be snperior to any that has been
! held in the past. The exhibits at the
Chester Fair will nearly all be removed
to Columbia, and other portions of
the State will contribute to make the
Fair of 1885 a strand success. Visitors
are always anxious to know of the
accommodations which will be offered
on an occasion of this kind. The following
from (lie Columbia Register
shows the efforts which have been
made for the pleasure and comfort of
visitors: "The accommodations for
entertaining ornests are more extensive
I o 1-1
and complete than ever before. Besides
five large hotels and numerous
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exceueut uuaiuiug uuuaco, ?
of Trade have secured accommodations
for more than a thousand visitors
in private families where the provision
for their comfort will be as complete
and the rates of board as cheap as at
the regular boarding houses. An intelligence
office has been established on
Main street, next to McKenzie's and
visitors who have not previously secured
boarding places, by applying
there on their arrival will be directed
to suitable houses." A special train
will be run on the Charlotte,Columbia &
Augusta Railroad every day. The train
going south will arrive at Wlnusboro
I of n m o r>rJ vntlUMUIlfr will lAftVfi
?U U .T'-? a. Hi. , aim ? vvtik?>*?D
Columbia at 7 p.- m. Fare for the
round trip will be SI. 40. This is a
cheap rate, and all who can, should
take advantage of this opportunity to
visit the capital of the Stale av.d at the
same time take in the Fair.
? Within hricrht PVPS and elastic SteD
yet gray, Insterless hair. It is unnatural,
needless. Parker's Hair Balsam
will restore the black or brown prematurely
lost, cleanse from all dandrufl,
and stop its falling. Don't surrender
your hair without an effort to
save it. *
Again Victorious.?Five competent
judges award (he highest prize to the
New High Arm Davis Fertical Feed
at the late Charlotte Fair for the best
Family Sewing Machine. For sale by I
J. O. Bo AG. * |
Opportunities to Get Christmas Money.
It is well to be advised from the record
of the past as to futnre action. Now let
anyone resd that at New Orleans, La.,
Tuesday (remember it is always on Tuesdav),
October 13, 1885, the 185th Grand
Monthly Drawing of The Louisiana State
Lottery came off with this return to the
investors: Ticket No. 51,291?sold in fifths j
at ?1 each?drew the First Captal Prize of
?75,000; one-fifth was held by A. Kevlin,
No. 14 Valette st., Algiers, La.; one by I
J. D Hill, of Bay St. Louis, Miss.; another
was collected^ for a San Francisco
partv by Hie Wells, Jb'argo & uo/s aanK 01
San ^Francisco, Cal.; and the other names j
are withheld by request. No 184, also
sold in fifths at Si each, drew the Second
Prize $25,000; one-fifth was held by Patrick
Conner, Xo. 526 Golden Gate Ave.; one by
Mrs. H. M. Kibbin, No. 125 Ellis St., both
of San Francisco, Cal.; remaining fifths
were held elsewhere. Xo. 45,818 drew the
Third Prize of $10,000; sold as a whole j
ticket to Senor H. von Gundell, Guaymas, i
Mexico, and collected through Wells, Far- J
go & Co. 's Express. Nos. 62,143 and 75,516
drew the two Fourth Prizes of $6,000,
also sold in fifths; one to X. Hammond,
Lansing, Kan.; one to A. T. Burr, Jr.,
Danville, Va.; one to J. H. Syestine, of St.
Joseph, Mo., paid through Saxton Xat'l
Bank there; one to E. T. Rounsavell, an
I omnlnwp nf Afltiins Exm-ess at Columbus.
O.; one to G. B. Haldermar. of Kansas
City, Mo.; other fractions to parties in
Havana, Cuba, and elsewhere. The distribution
has been made, and the money
paid to the lucky ones. Now the next
opportunity will be a scattering of $522,500
on Tuesday, Dec. 15, the 187th Monthly
and the Grand Annual Drawing.
Tickets are 510, and tenths are $1. All
information desired can be had on application
to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La.
And the certainty of the fact that any one
buying a ticket stands a chance of gecting j
$150,000, will cause a smile of hope to beam
on many a face North, South, East, or j
West. Try it on for Christmas spending
New Store! New Goods!?The undersigned
respectfully informs his friends and
the public generally that he has just opened
and daily receiving a fresh lot of General
Merchandise, all of which the public
are invited to inspect before making their
purchases. Expect to leave for New York
iv. o four ,1n-e wllArA t Will rmrfiliaSfi One Of
the finest lines of Gents' and Boys' Clothing
eve brought to this market. My
prices will correspond with the cut off on
cotton crops this season, and those that
call on me will realize the fact.
I have secured the services of Mr. J. A.
Simpson, an experienced salesman from
Ridgeway, who will be happy to serve any
of his friends and the public generally.
* B. SUGEixHEIMEK.
TT * -"w ^A\fT>rvrn T>T'CTxrT7Ca WTTTT
XIAVJL^U iji/ ?
pleasure during my recent trip North, I
am now receiving new goods daily. I have
just received a fresh supply of Choice
Family Groceries, Cheese, Cakes, Crackers,
Candy, Tobacco, Cigars, Soap, Staich,
Mackerel, Lard, Bedsteads, Mattresses,
Safes, Chairs, and other furniture. Heavy
Piece Goods for gents' wear. A nice lot of
Gents' and Boys' Clothing. Tin and
Wnnrlonwiirp nr.ri Crncke>rv?all of which
will be sold low for Cash. My motto will
be "Short profits, quick sales and kind and
i polite atteutioii to customers." Also another
lot of the best Sewing Machines on
! the market. Please don't forget me on
The Corner, where you can get almost
anything you call for in the general merchandise
line. J. o. Boag.*
IN pursuance of an or^er of the Judge of
Probate, I will-sell at public outcry, to
L the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, the
( 14th day of November next, the personal
property belonging to the Estate of Anna
R Scruggs, deceased, consisting of hpuse
f bold furniture, etc.
W. H. KERR, C. C. U. P.,
t October 30,1&85.
; GBART & CO.,
CIIAKLJESTUJN, B. U.j
The Largest Importers of
f r a t
In the South, offer for sale a well selected
stock of Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Col
coanuts, Lemons. Nuts, Dried Figs, Rai.
sins, Potatoes, Cabbages, Onions, Peanuts,
and every thingelse that a first-class Whole
s'.ie Fruit House should have.
?gr Country orders filled with dispatch
j CHARLESTON, S. .
E. T. GAILLARD, - - Proprietor
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k OTIS' PASSENGER ELEVATOR
d ELECTRIC BELLS,
[f Rates, $2.00 to $3.00.
vekTold fine whiskies
; The Celebrated "Kentucky Bell
* WliisVftv the Choice Old Cabin e
>e Eye; the Old "Golden Grain" Ken
tacky Bourbon, the Old Silve
j Creek Kentucky Bourbon, the Oli
(Genuine) David Jones Kentuck;
i- Bourbon, for sale at prices to sui
>r the times, at F. W. Habenicht'
BY virture of the powers conferred iipon
me by the last will and testament of
Turner Turkett, deceased, I will offer for
saie as puouc outcry, to me uiguest. umder,
before the Court House door in Winnsboro,
FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER
next, the following-described tract of land,
All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, being and situate in the" County of
Fairfield in the State of South Carolina,
TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIYE
Acres, more or less, bounded on the north
by lands of J. Russell Black, on the east
by lands of J. A. Ballentine, on the south
by lands of Jacob Frick, and on the
west by lands of M. S. Abell and G. H.
TEEMS OF SALE:
One-half of the purchase-money to be
paid in cash; the balance on a credit of
twelve months, with interest from the day
01 sale: the purchaser to give his?bond for
the credit portion of the purchase money,
secured by a mortgage of the premises
and to pay for all necessary papers.
J. A. TUHKETT,
Surviving Executor of Will of Turner
By virtue of an execution to
me directed, I will offer for sale before
the Court House door in Winnsboro,
S. C., 011 the
FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER
next, within the legal hours ot sale, to the
highest bidder for CASLI, the followingdescribed
property to wil:
AH that piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, being and situate in the County of
Fairfield in the State of South Carolina,
two thousand one hundred
and twelve acres,
more or less, and bounded on the north
and west by the Peay's Ferry Road and
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UI X\. JV. X lUAClt, U'i %-il^ WUWU K/J
lends of Edward Shannon, Wesley Hall
| and Estate of John W. Durham, deceased;
and 011 the east by lands of Jas. H. Rion
All that tract of land, lying, being and
situate in the County of Fairfield in the
State of South Carolina, containing
Acres, more or less, and bounded on the
north and west by lands of R. K. Pickett;
on the east by lands of R. Patterson; on
the south by lands of the Estate of J no. R.
Pi/?L?aff slanaacorl* oriH nfViOrwiCA hv
of James Jones and P. C, Mellichamp.
All levied upon as the property of Edward
P. Mobley, Junior, at the suit of The
Merchants' anil Farmers' National Bank
of Charlotte, N. C., against Edward P.
Mobley, Senior, Edward P. Mobley, Junior,
The above-described premises will be
divided and sold in smaller tracts, of which
a plat will be exhibited at time of sale.
JNO. D. McCARLEY,
Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C ,
10th November, 1885.
IN ALL SIZES, WITH AND WITH;
RICHMOND "LEE", allsizesand styles.
GOLDEN HARVEST, ail sizes and
The above Stoves are first-class ar>d warranted.
I have a full line of cheap Stoves
from $11.50 to $20. All styles of HEATERS
for coal or wood.
Drove r uiiutuic,
Sheet Iron, black and galvanized,
' Tin Plate, Solder,
Valley Tin, Wire, Etc.
Hou?e Furnishing Goods,
Shafts, Poles, Hubs,
Leader Chilled Plows, all sizes,
A nice lot of FANCY BUCKETS.
J. H. CUMIKGS.
Buy BITCKHORX FENCE WIRE.
Cheese, Macaroni, Raisins,
Currents, Dates, Prunes,
Almonds and English "Walnuts.
Young Hyson and Gunpowder
Teas in One-Pound Cans
and on draught.
Oysters, Beef Tongue, Ham and
Corned Beef in Oue and
Jellies, Apple Butter and
Also a good many other goods which
will be sold at the lowest price for
CI Li T?T?
C3. 0. VV UJUJ AH.
MY FALL STOCK IS NOW
READY FOB INSPECTION.
i I have a full line of Fancy and Staple
Groceries, consisting in part of Flour,
Meal, Grits, Rice, Hams, Bacon, Lard,
Molasses, Syrups, Tea, Sugar, Spices, etc.
' Call and ask to see my Coffee at 10 cents
and 12% cents. A large assortment of the
Celebrated "Larrabee" Crackers and
' Cakes. A lot of fine Mackerel, in kits and
quarter barrels, inspected and bought by
myself before the advance.
, My stock of Canned Goods is being daily
replenished with ^thing but goods of first
quality and full ^eight.
A naw line of ToDaccos, anc ine celebrated
. "SWEET VIOLET CIGAB."
Wooden ware and Tinware. A full assortment
of Staple Dry Goods, such as
Jeans, Shirtings. Bleached Goods, Plaids,
Calicoes and Osenburgs. A Job in Gents'
'' Red Undershirts and Drawers. Somethinj
This stock is full, and all I asK is ai
I examination. The goods were carefullj
" purchased, and a large number of then
" made to order, and I will sell cheaper thai
l anywhere in town. Try me and if I don'
" I will give you a pair of Shoes. All Good:
- CASH?none to be charged.
I K. ?. Ill'KY.
\ ONE BARBEL
s Pure Old Mountain Apple Bran
dy, just in. F. W. Habenieht.
1 QQh ? 1 QQK
D T A \T1 MTPin? !? ft-"D"Dn
X . Ljl\iy KXi JL>J-tA7
Announce the opening of a large and
assorted stock of
NEW FALL AND
COXSISTIXG IK PART OF
which we are offering at the most reasonable
For Men, Young Men, Boys and Children,
in all the latest designs and coloring
BOYS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS
From Si.75, ?2.00, $2.50, S4.00, $5.00 up to
For further details and prices we
ask your personal inspection.
P. LANDECKER& JBRO.
fifl the popular favorite for drcss^5^
JW ing tne hair, Restoring the color
w"en preventing Dandruff.
It cleanses the scalp,
x/1 stops the hair falling, and is
sure to please. 50^. and $1. sizes at Druggists.
The Best Cough Cure yon can use
and the best known preventive of Consumption.
Parker's Tonic kept in a home is a sentinel to
keep sickness out. Lscd discreetly it keeps the
blood pure and the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys
in working order. Coughs and Colds vanish before
it. It builds up the health.
If you suffer from Debility, Skin Eruptions, I
Acthma. DvsoeDsia. fcdney. Urinary or I
Female Complaints, or any disorder of the Lungs,
Stomach, Bowels, Elood or Nerves, don't wait
till you are sick in bed, but use Parker's Tonic
to-aav; it will give you new life and vigor.
HISCOX & CO., N. Y.
Sold by Druggists. Large saving buying $r size.
CHOICE BliANDS OF FLOUR-Rollei
Patent?Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Baking
Powders, Choice Cream Cheese, Macaroni,
and a well assorted stock of Canned Goods,
LEYEEING'S BOASTED COFFEE,
Pronounced "fne best on the maiket" bj
those who have tried it. Give it a trial and
T-ir.T7.OTT cnn* n>T>iPri?PS incf TO.
JDIViLOIl OUJ-'H Vi?U?i.v?ii unv jvuv *V
ceived. Give us a call and you will find
our prices as low as any house in town.
FRESH GROCERIES ! !
FLOURS?Luxury, Patent Cream.
MOLASSES-New Orleans, Muscovad
and Sugar Drip.
CHEESE A.ND MAUAKUNi.
COFFEES?The Celebrated Momaja, Ol<
Government Java and Graded Rios.
TEAS?Green and Black.
MOIR'S CHOW-CHOW, Mixed Pickl<
and a fresh and well assorted lotof Canne'
FOP. THE LAUNDRY?French Starci
enameled. Try it.
Call and examine before buying els<
D. K. FLMMKEiW
The undersigned t akes pleas
in informing the people of
' County and the traveling public toath
1 has taken charge of the winnsbor
tjatttt onri ic nnw T>rffi>area to recei\
r . uui^u, ...
' both permanent and transient boarders.
The building has just been repaint*
and put in first-rate condition tkfoughoa
The table will be supplied-with the be
that the local and neighboring marke
k afford, and no pains will be spared to ii
T sure the comfort of guests.
1 A Sample Room is provided, convenien
1 ly arranged for the use of Commerci
5 TERMS- REASONABLE.
A share of the public patronage is r
A. F. GOODING,
" THIS PAPER S-jaSSSSffiSS
Demands tnat we snan no longer oner 10 u
Largest Stock of Goods ever offered in our'
goods on the Lien or Long Time System, tfc
per annum invariably offered for
Our buyer diligently -worked for the Lowes
York recently, and we can now say we are
to Cash Buyers the times den>and of a Prog
make our purchases judiciously as to suffici
selection, with judgment as to fabric, with 1
Calling attention to our Dress Goods (Butt<
say they are pretty. Our selection of Calic<
Collars, Edgings, Etc., is better and cheape
low prices of our Flannels, Cotton Flanne
Bleached Homespuns, Ticking, Domestic G
The '*Gold" and "Silver" Shirts should be <
wear well. Our Hats are stylish.
The reputation of our house in this line will
styles are more varied, and our stock will e
REMEMBER THE CORNER S
Means that the purchase of new Winter!
nowriAf Vv/i Vircf. o licrVit:
UaiJJlVb IA> A ,
weight Overcoat to put on and off as the ,
weather changes from day to day. Then1
heavier Underwear, and afterwards a]
heavier Fall or Winter Suit, and as I have j
prepared for sudden changes you will find
my stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods in I
all styles, grades, sizes and prices, all entirely
new and fresh. Also an immense |
stock of CLOTHING for Men, Youths;
and Boys. This line cannot be surpassed J
for its elegance in style, finish and make,
and fit equal to any custom-made work of
which I guarantee. This is the largest
stock that I have ever had the pleasure of
showing to the public, and the general
style and make of my clothing has gained
much popularity in all sections. I think
this season that I have surpassed all my
previous efforts in selecting this beautiful
line of goods. Now, if you have not been
throiifh the Emporium of Fashion you
should not fail to call and see this stbcK
as well as the Hat Department, whick is
full of aH the leading styles in Stiff, Soft
and Silk Hats, and in this line I have
extra sizes up to 1%.
Gents' Fine Shoes in all styles and
shapes. The Boy's Department ~ is filled |
with Choice Suits and Overcoats for the |
coming winter season. The latest novelty j
in this department is the Norfolk Suits,'
which has become quite popular. I want;
to make this assertion that for prices and
quality of my entire stock that I will not
be undersold, by any house in the City. I
invite you to call and see this display. I
have polite and attentive assistants and j
will take pleasure in showing you through. |
iXVCOLrvCVl Ull Vj
M. L. KTSARD,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
We have received and are
; selling one of the largest
stocks ever brought to this
1 town, consisting of
as well as our usual lot of
- We ask an inspectior/of
our goods, for
we believe that taken
as a whole our siock
5 is the cheapest ever
? brought to Winnsf
* MCMASTEK, BRICE & KETCHIN
ai THE ADXIRERS
OF THE TRODUCT OF 1. W. HAP
PER. Distiller. Nelson County, Kentuckj
e- are hereby informed that bis Whiskey i
not sold promiscuously over the country
but is placcd only into the bands of on
respectable dealer in each place, wlios
name is a euarantee that the Whiskev i
sold pure as it comes from the Distiller)-.
T. T. LUMPKIN is the only authorize
S? Agent for Winnsboro, S> C.
le people of Winnsboro and Fairfield the
Town; that we shall no longer buy our
ms losing the 1234 to 25 per cent, interest
t Prices and best discounts when in New
in shape, and are willing, to make the
Tessive House. We have endeavored to
ent quantity to give our customers a nice
Laste as to styles and designs.
>ns, Trimmings, etc., to match') we will
DCS, Ginghams, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs,
r than usual. Posted buyers will note the
Is, Bleached and Unbleached ShirtiBg,
oods of all kinds, etc., etc.
?xamined. F & C Collars will fit and
. be fully sustained this s#ascn. Our
leet the increasing demand.
BEATY & BRO.
ONE CAR-LOAD OF WESTERN
Unroot! qui] Marco
11U1 uliftj ^uiU itiuiuu ^
ALL WELL BROKEN' TO DOUBLE OR
SINGLE HARNESS, AND AMONG
THEM A FEW WELL GAITED
1 ALL OF WHICH WE WILL SELL LOW
? ott AT? wrrr t "pttatt a vpt?
jjvxt u-ajati, yy xjju
THEM FOR GOOD HEAVY MULES.
PARTIES WANTING EITHER
TO PURCHASE OR TRADE WILL
FIND IT TO THEIR INTEREST TO .
CALL ON US AT AN EARLY DAY.
A. WILLIFORD & SON,
Winnsboro, S. C.
CIGAES! CIGAES!! CIGAES!!
Good Cigars at 2? cents apiece,
good Cigars 3 for 10 cents, good
Cigars at 5 cents apiece, fine Cigars
3 for 25 cents, fine Cigars 2
for 25 cents, Superior Cigars 1 for
25 cents, at F. TV. Habenicht's
For sale by
JNO. P. MATTHEWS, Jr
Have your Policies written at J. F.
McMASTER'S LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE
AGENCY. I am agent for the
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York?the largest Life Insurance
Company in the "World. Policies
issued, payable monthly, quarterly, semiannually
and annually. I also write
FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES
in first class companies. All losses paid at
once on presentation of proof.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
J. F. McMASTER.
Fresh Magnolia Hams at 12? cents
per pound, fresh Shoulders at 6? cents.
Augusta Meal, Flour, Sugar, Coffee,
Tea, fresh Oat Meal, and a fresh and
well assorted lot of Canned Goods
always on hand.
Corn, Oats and Bran at the lowest
EF* Call and examine before buying
McCARLEY & CO.
Three times a week, fresh from
I the sea. The best fresh Fish that
! Charleston and other markets can
! Tf inneVvrcm Tf>A HoilSfi.
j lUlUAOAly OiU ? ? i i i i ?. . , , ,_, .
; F. W. Habenicht, Proprietor.
J JUST RECEIVED!
r>, One Cask Tennent's XXX Por*
ter, Imported, one Cask Bass Pale
e Ale, Imported, one Cask Milwan*
kee Lager Beer, one Cask Ross's
"R/vroi ri-ino-pr Ale. Inmorted. one
o , i
d Cask -Export Lager Beer, at F. W.
i Habeniclit's Saloon.