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T1URSDA , oVTonRn 17, 1878.
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c.-U.
Citation-O. I. Thompson,Judge of
The Histrionic Club is rehearsing for
Butter and eggs are remembered as
aiong the. things that were.
Apple and chestnut Wagons have
made their appearace, but the chicken
wIagols still keep their distance.
"How are we to pay our taxes?" is
the iomentous question that has to be
decided by the 31st.
The noctui'nal howliing of hounds is
replicing tile m11oiriftil music of fune
real toicats in tle fourth ward.
The beiitiful weather is ma1kilig the
heart of' the cotton pickor glad, but 'lhe
cool mornings Will soon bring oi the
Prepare youIrseltf for the severe and
siudden chiaiges of climate of winter
and spring, by procuring a bottle of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
The people of Winsboroshou)(l take
steps to secure the passage ora a act
allowing them to levy a moderate
school tax. A good school in Wiins
boro, by attracting boarding pupils
froml other poinits, will [r,-Ily repay
the small tax levied to maintain it.
Every iorning we open our sub
scription book and lay out a lot of our
newest and Imost, attractive style of
receipts, contaiining a chromlo in the
northi-west corlier. And every even
i' 'We put theml up with a sigh oflope
def*0rred, and a tear for the broken
promises of our delinquent subscribers.
Winnisbior1 has, this season, beenil e
of the very best comon mnarkeis in
tle State. The 1m1argin on the New
York price has been reduced to the
Imiiiilum. 1In consequence the liimi
ber of bales brought into town has
1)een marked. Firileld flrmners will
find a much better market, for them
ini Winnsboro than any of the towns inl
It is said that the yellow fever has a
peculiar proneness for people who
dol't pay the printer. It is also an es
talAished fact that the fhver never
reaches an altitude of six hundred feet
obove the sea. W1innsboro is only five
liundred and fifty feet., and the average
for the county is about the same. Fifty
feet of yellow fever lito a million,
more or less, of delinquent subscribers
goes-blut w can't continue the prob
lemn further unless some f'eilow conmes
in and gives us money to buy a hand
j kerchief. We p)osit.ively cannot dry
our' tears on an imposing stone or a
JounINA SrIC.-The Alkeni ierlem, a
Ahiirty-two colunn weekly, will be
issued at Aiken oii and after the 23rd
instant, it will be a D)emocratic jour
uual, staniding on the platfoirm of the
par'ty. The editorial and literuary de
partment will be under the control ot
James Gray Por'ter', Esq., a talenited
young lawyer, who has had1 conisidera
ble0 journialistic experience as corre
spondencut f'or several papers. is as
sociate is L. A. Ransom, Esq., who is
also well qualilledl for his work. Aiken
should su1pport at first-class5 paper, and
we feel assured that with a liberal supl
- port the Review wvill be all that is de
Col. James A. Hoyt has purwchiased
the Baptist Co?urier', published in
Columbia. Rev. A. W. Lamar will
conduct the editor'ial departmnut. Thec
pr'ospects of this well known r'eligiou
* ~ jour'nal are promising.
* "Ml?.TnnYdr J'arrLANo7f 78 71t5
.PRICE OF LZ1U.gT y,n
.Aesars. Efditors: We hope that
non11 of ouri people0 aire deluding them
selves with theidoea that there is noc ne
cessity for vigilance oni their puart so far
as the Radicals are concerned. They
should be more vigilant than ever be
fore, because our Political enemies are
working secretly, and concoct their
nefarious schemes in so quiet a way as
net to arrest the attention of casual
observers. IUder the cover of prayer
meetings, pretendced re'vivals, funeral
sermons and othier similar shams, the
Radical leaders get their ignorant fol
lowers together, and discuss and( (de
vise means to revive the rule of pub
* ~ lie plundering anid robbery. That this
thing is of weekly, if not nightly, oe
cuirrence, we have reliable information,
and It behooves our people, one and
all, to awake to the fact that, while
they are enjoying p)eaceful slumbers,
the enemies of good government are
scheming and plotting to regain politi
cal contirol of the .conty and State.
We are not alarmiste, but what we as
sort we have abundant evidence to
prove, and we Warn the Democracy of
Fairfleld against being deceived by the
.5Doming ind11fFrenae o*' tJ Raa
Onily last week some of the unsuccess
ful calldidates Itt the recent primary
election wVere called uponl by proi
n1it ladicllsm, aInd solicited to runl ats
illeiciulent(s. Failing in this, tho
leaders lhad consultation ill Winnsboro
on Saturday last, and doubtless they
imagino now that their olrorts will
slced. We ar1e confident, howover,
that the exercise ot' continued vigilance
on the part of tle Dieocracy will de
stroy every chanoo of Radical success.
We again say to our people, be vigi
aut, cvor on the alert; sleep with one
eye openl, and, oftel With both eyes
oll. It lay sarely be assuinled that
tlie Rtadicals will have i tickot. hatteldl
out bel'ore election day, anid the friends
of good government must. not. be caught
'llapping." It is very inmportant that
(e lRadical leaders be closely watched
all their movements reported for tho
informaltion of the public. Watch par
ticularly .Joe Thompson, Bob Pearson,
Isaa Miller, Jordan McCullough, Clufi
Rocellel, William Bolilware, Itilliard
Bell, Wyatt Boulware and Tom( Camp
boll. Don't forget the colored prenah
ers, for several of them aro known to
be very active just now, and they can
exert a powerful influence for evil. By
all means let an unflattering vigilance
be maintained, and ottr county Is as
suredly safe. SErINELS.
CHEESE I CHEESE ! CHEESE!
LLIS. Choice Factory Oheese.
' 00As low as the lowest.
oct 17 U. G. D ESPORTES.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OP FAIRFIELD.
By 0. R. THOMPSOX, 14q., Probmle Jdye.
W 1EREAS, Jesso 0. Boney hath
made suit to me to grant him
letters of administration of the estate and
effects of Arthur Boney, deceased:
These are therefore to cite nnd adim. nish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of the said Arthur Boney. deceased.
thatthey be and appear before me, in the
o'urt of Probato, to be held at Fairfield
Court. Uouse. Q. V.. on the 31st day of' Oc
tober, after publication hereof, at i
o'clock in the forenoon, to shew cause, if
any they have, why the said administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under niv hand, this tfit-l day
of October, Anno Domini 1878.
0. R. THOMPSON,
oct 17-t'x2t J. P . . C
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
N these goo-is I'm determined uot to
be undersold. Como and cee for y our
oct 17 U. G. DESPORTES.
J. M. BEATY'S.
h hae ust returned from New '
I Yor, n am opening daily a
varied stock of
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
My Friends are Invited to Call.
I again call the attention of the
public to my stock of "Bay Stato"
abandard screwed and wire
sowed Boots aind shoes.
Every p)air guaran~.
goed to give
sept 26 J. M. BEATY.
Consisting of Fresh Sugars, Coffees
Green aind Roasted-Tea, Best
Family Flour, Grist, Bolted
Meal, Syrup's, Molas.'
sos, Soda, Seal),
LARD in bble. cans and buckets,
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Bye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
LShoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Saboon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Ohow
Chow and Popper Sauce,
oet 8 D?. R. FLENNIKEN.
TO MAKE MONEY
Pleasantly and fast, agents should ad
dress FINLEY, HARVEY & CO., A tlanta,
Gooraia.- .*nna 5-ly
PRIC1E1 THIRTY DOLLARS.
2, K~IL AND WINTER OF
J. 0. 10AG,
URANDWINNHBR1 It oi10 FAN
CY 00D)8 AND) MIL1,11tV
Bogs leave to say to his cus
O tomors and all othors in nood
of Goods that lie is again pro..
pared to show them one of the
Lagof t and best assorted stock
Y Dry Goods, Faney Goods and
that be has over exhibitod. We
are receiving goods daily.
Every department will be
A kept full of desirable and
and buyers may confldontly
z rely on getting their goods not
only at low pricos, but of the
most desirable quality that thei
has ongatgod the services of a
first-class Milliner, who will ag
sist her in her department, and
- who will take pleasll-0 in pleas
ing the most fastidious fastes.
for the celebrated and most ro -
4 liable paper patterns-But
torick's-for Ladies, Misses and
A full and complete line of
z Gents', Ladies', Misses' and;
Q Children's Shoes.
Cheese, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack
ers, Maccaroni, Spices, Can
dies. Tobacco, Cigars,-in fact
. you can find anything you want
tat J. 0. BOAG'S as low as thei
1same goods can be bough t any -
D sept 27 J. 0. BOAG.
'SIIVTIOcI XE&JAUIL SOIDICI
New Summer Cook.
F$ DOES NOT iH EAT THE HOUS:
Perfect for all kin ds-of Cooking and Het
Always ready and reli.abloe,
The most satisf'actory Sitove made and il
py- Send for circulars.
WHITNEY & HALL MF'G. CO.,
july 27-ly 123 Chetnut St., Phila,
White Lead ad ixe~ Paiiit Oo.
IJ&PTAL STOOK, $100,000.
shade or coornt i any nte io~
One Quart -to a JBarroL.
DO YOUR OWN PAINTING.
7o and inmeed Oi hoeld in solon and teaP
tit o as long asPaint nmixd in theorclnrwy
found inthem. Thousanseof hotses and sm
of the Panet yllas i Amerie are panted with
also for sample Oolors and Price Lists, to tlAp
GLOBE MIXED PAINT CO.,
103 ChambersF t New York
-Cor. MORGAN &WASH N 0 T$,JE8W CIm
NOTICE TO CREEITORS,
A L4 persons ndebted to the esat o
LA..MaryT.Lathamn are requested to gom
orward and settle at once, and all thos
iolditng claims against said estate ar
totfied topresoht thorn to the und.:
igned by the 15th of November.
. VA 1, WOODWAlRD,
FinREBH Oh Ges. and Cerar, at
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEX
OW that hard thne are upon our
OvQry family to. procure his Winter I
oIfats, &c., whoro ho can buy thorn
smallest outlay of money.
Tho attention of the readpr jA reppi
0 of Goods and Prices whiiqh NVill be I
AS TRUTUFUI AS. I
H Calicoes, 6} cents.
-A- Sea Island, 5 cents.
Hwivy Brown Domnestics, 5Lto 8 '
Kentucky Jeans Commoneing 10 l'
Kentuck Jeans a Drive, 18
Rocic Isand Doeskin Jeans,
regillar prino Afty pento, 133A
Scotch Highland Linsoys,
Cheap at 25 cents, only 15 "
IHeavy (anton F launl, always
sQld at 20 cents, only 10 "
Bleached Shirting common
cing 6 cents up to the best, 10
Best Writing Ink, "
Best Noodles, 5'"
Good Elastic Suspendors, 10, 15 '
H Colgate's Toilet Soap, 3 ii I
Q Good Machine Cotton, AQ0
yards, Black Spoi, 8 "
oct 12 WINNSBI1
ND inspect the largest and best so
t' locted stock of goods in Winnsboro;
which we giaranItoe to soll at the lowest
Our stock comnprise uj fuulj Jigo of
H Domestic Goods,
O Jress Goods,
Gonts' FurnishiO Goods,
CASSIIERES I CASSIMERES I e
From the celebr4ted Chorlottesville
Woolen Mill4. 1
Salem Jeans, IKersevs, Tweeds, Satinats,
A large and varied assortment of Uats a
Clothing of all kinds and at all prices. v
Best and cheapest stock of JDoots and a
shoes imq tow,.
N. B. -We would cal'. special attention 2
to our large and varied assortmeont, of
Hamburg Edgings and WYhit.e Trimmings.
J. F. M~tcMASTER & CO. ~
sept 28 _________
-HO I FOR
T HE first House in town to reduce
WVhiskey to ten cents' a drink, B3eer
to five cents a glass and Billiards fifteen
cents per game. Ilaving a large an d well
selected lot of Pure Liquors on han d of
which the following are a few of the ti
Pure old Kentucky Bourbon, Cabinet, bi
XXXX and Baker Byo, Sour Mash Stone ti,
Mountain Corn, a specialty, Cognac, as
California, Peach and Apple Brandies, ri
Champagne, Sherry and Port Winos.
Cincinns ti Lager Beer always kept on
ice, and all sorts of fancy and cool drinks b
prepared i.n the most tasty mannor at g
april 30-tt J. D. MaCA RLEY. p
Zn the Prios of
COATS' AND CLARK'S THREAD,
ja- 1Rivo Cents A Spool4. -Qq
s J)ry oods Clothing, Boots and Shoes
very, low for Cah, pio@der tQ make room
SUtgenheim0or &~ Ozi $$ I.
Jnly 20.-W N
PLE, THE PLACE TO :PV
farmers 46 behoovep te h9ad of
hupplies of Dry Goods, I1oots Shoos,
le bost and most durable foT. thq
ictfully called to tho following lis
ound to bo
r IS STA1TLING
rho Renowned Porlatine Lily
Whito sold at 25 cents, only 10 '
144 13uttons for Slirts and
Calico, &c., '
M'read Canabrio HandkerchiofN5 '
Domestic fofiery for 14n an4
Women, comnmencing 5 '
iteel Thimbls, netql lined,
twq for 5
[4ace Ediging, 2} '
Best Lead Pencils, 3 fqr 0 '
Best 11411 Thread 3 'f
fine Combs, 6 '
)ressing Conbs, 13
Pueking Con4bs, Tortoise
Shell, 1 a
"hil,dren's Ropnd Cojnbs, 10 "
And so on. To pmunerato all would
ake a sheeV too long for thp press.
Give me a call and be convince4
f imy live and lot jyo pricel.
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