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Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tiokets, &c.
neatly executed at this offioe,-O-HEAP
In teno, California, fall overcoats
are' frequently made this year of tar
Only men with absolute' faith and
trust in the integrity of their fel
lows realy enjoy sausage.
The best thing to go hunting with
is a club. It doesn't 1il your legs
full of shot or kill any cows grazing
in the next field.
The only unfavorable report about
Grandfather's Clock is that it went
ninety years on tiok.-Stamford
The leaves of trees, like summer
boarders with bills unpaid, take
their departure, leaving their trunks
behind them.-1ckeansack Repub.
Undoubtedly that San Francisco
foreman killed himself because he
couldn't get everybody's advertise
ment at the top of the column.
Judge Hilton has been heard to
remark that none of the gentlemen
who stole Mr. Stewart's body shall
ever stop at the Grand Union hotel
while he has control.--Baltimore
A mob -in Wilmington, Ohio,
could not get at the murderers
whom it wanted to hang, and so
vented its fury on the house in
which the murder was committed,
tearing it to pieces.
A little boy, weeping most
piteously, was interrupted by some
unusual occurrence. He hushed his
-cries for a moment ; the thought was
broken. "Ma," said he, resuming
his snifile, "what was I crying about
just now "
A man rose up at the Murphy
meeting in New York Tuesday and
- denouinced the temperance reformer
saying : "Murphy, you're a traitor
to your country and your God !"
Mr. Murphy's only response was
"God bless you, brother 1"
On his return from India, Brown
was asked how he liked tiger-hunt-.
ing. "It is very good sport as long
1 as you hunt the tiger," he replied,
"but if hard pressed, he sometimes
takes it into his head to hunt ; then
it has its drawbacks."
The Wisconsin State Journal
publishes what it pretends is a com
plete list of "the game laws of Wis
consin." How complete the list is
can be judged when wve state that it
makes no mention whatever of
In Arkansas county both the
candidates for sheriff were confined
to their beds by illness during the
campaign, and could not make the
canvass. The peole were so grati.
fled for the reli thus afforded
them, that they wanted to elect
"Whiat kind of readers do you
keep ?" ing 1i ed a sin*art Alexander,
as he entered a school--book estab
lishment.. *All sorts of readers,"
replied the dealer. "Very well,
then," rejoined smarty, "give me a
mind-reader." The dealer said he
bad a "mind" to pull his nose.
It Paradise, Nov., is not to political
Two mn whowere running for
ofRe entthreand made speeches
after which they lodged in the
only' hotel. In the morning all
their clothing, except the shirts
that they -had kept on' their backs,
bad been 'ocosely taken by the
Ofcourse, any show of resentment
Early fte Potatoes,
,pd Sweet Cider.
N4w fh,ohch s elight
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
WINxSBnoo, S. C., Nov. 16, 1878.
IN accordance with instructions
from the Comptroller-General's
office, I hereby publish the list of
delinquent lands of Fairfield county
for the fiscal year 1877 :
TowNsHIP NUMBER ONE.
Lucy A. Crosby, 215 acres and 1
John English, 150 acres.
Robert S. Jenkins, 160 acres.
Mrs. L. W. Smith, 75 acres.
Mrs. Nancy Parnell, 15 acres.
TowNsiaip NUMBER Two.
J. A. Caldwell, 840 acres, 1 lot and
Wash Davis, 2 acres,
Nancy J. Dove, 51 acres.
Pink D. Hinson, 3 lots.
Robert Stevenson, 150 acres.
Levin Stewart, 135 acres.
Sarah Swann, 198 acres.
TowNsHIP NUMBER THREE.
Margarett Austin, 10 acres.
David McOullough, 100 acr;.'.
James Sweat, 52 acres.
Henry 0. Yongue, 50 acres.
TowNsuiP NUMBER FoUn.
Elizabeth Cathcart, 1 lot and 1 build
Thomas Dillard, 1 lot and -. 1uild.
Isaac Dobson, 1 lot and 1 building.
J. A. Fraser, 1 lot.
John A. and Jas. D. Fraser, 70 acres.
J. C. Mackorell, 1 lot.
S. W. Ituff, 1 lot.
Mrs. Lafayette Poteet, 1 lot and 1
William S. Rabb, 1 lot and 1 build.
Estate Edward Rutlege, I lot and 1
TOWNSHIP NUMBER FIvE.
William Boulware, 138 acres.
Mrs. S. J. Johnston, 650 acres.
James R. Martin, 1275 acres and 2
George W. Melton, 400 acres.
Austin F. Peay, 1000 acres.
Alfred Posey, 210 acres.
TOwNsHIP NUMBER Six.
Estate Zachaual Crumpton, 110
W. T. McCrorey, 492 acres and 3
John J. Nelson, 100 acres.
Mrs. Nancy Stewart, 30 acres.
TOWNsUP NUMBER SEVEN.
James A. Grigsby, 1 lot and 1 build
TowNsHIP NUMBER EG1T.
Essie R. Durham, 252 acres.
Janie B. Davidson, 165 acres.
Gladden & Grisby, 52 acres and 3
Charles M. Porter, 200 acres and 2
William Rtush, 100 acres.
Estate Thos. Richardson, 302 acres.
Bessie L. Sweatman, 30 acres.
William Trap)p, 83 acres.
Moses Wooten, 210 acres and 1
William C. Youngue, 1 lot and 1
TOWNsHIP NUMhBEII NINE.
Samuel B. (Clowney, 635 acres.
Laura C. Gibson, 145 acres.
Mariah L. Horlbeck, 71 acres.
Clara D. Lowrance,-325 acres.
Annie R. Simmons, 60 acres.
TOwNsHIP NUMBER TEN.
Elizabeth K. Anderson, 1457 acres.
John WV. Boyd, 25 acres.
S. B. Clowvney, 160 acres.
Joel P. Finley, 513 acres.
Joel A. Hagood, 94 acres.
Simon Nelson, 150 acres.
King Nelson, 150 acres.
TOWNSHIP NUMBER ELEVEN.
Wnm. S. Alston, Trustee, 600 acres.
Alonzo E. Blitch, 460 acres.
Jim Bird, 26Q acres.
Mrs. 0. G. Elkin, 473:acres.
Manton Latta, 65 acres.
TowNsHIP NUMBEa THIaTEEN.
Estate W. J. Alston, 3020 acres ani
Robert D. Ashiford, 50 acres.
Estate WV. D. Ashford, 50 acres.
Estate F. H. Edrington, 90 acres.
Nancy E. Jennings, 17 acres.
A. B. Jennings, 134 acres and 1
Isaac Miller, 100 acres.
Ben McMeekin, 6 acres.
Wmn. H. McGill, 115 acres and 1
Mrs. Sarah Pearson, 150 acres.
Allen Stewart, 160 acres and 2
Hazel M. Zealy, 192 acres.
May 0. Smith, 170 acres.
Notice is hereby given that the'
wvhole of the several p)arcels, lots and
parts of lots of real estate described
mn the preceding list, or so mnch
thereof as will be necessary to paiy
the taxes, penalties and assess-.
ments charged thereon, will be sold
by the treasurer of Fairfield county,.
on the FIRe-r MONDAY OF .DEcEMBER,
A. D. 1878, unless such taxes, as,
sessmnents aind -penalties be a paid
before that time; and such~ sale will
be continuied fremnda to db.y inl
all of the said parc~ .ots and ~ati
41 lia of. eal sats& hallk bsp P04
offered for sale.
nov 19~rMztaw a'
PEOPLE to know that we have a good
Painter and a good Trimmer, and that
we are thoroughly prepared to do good
is well seasoned, being trom two to three
will.attend to the Horse Shoeing depart
We sell the famous Tredegar Horse and
Mule Shoes, Southern manufacture.
Also, the Bronzed Horse Shoe Nail, best
in the market.
All work as represented, or - o ch arge
Prices as low as any respons, ble.firm..
in the county.
DESPORTES & MONTS,
sept 5- Whoolrightsand Faririers.
Conor & ChallefIS
Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Necklaces, Chains, Brooehes,
Sleeve Buttons, Collar But..
tons, Studs, &c.
A fine assortment of fancy and plain
Glassware, Platedware, Toilette
Setts, Vases, Lamps, &c., as cheap
as the cheapest.
We will sell off our stock of
Crockery (except Plates and Cups
and Saucers) at
COST FOR CASH.
J. Is BEATY'Se
hav just returned from New
I Yk, and aan opening daily a
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 State"
standard screwed and wire
.sewed Boots and shoes.
Every pair gnaran..
teed to give
sept 28 J. M. BEATY.
UHEAPEST DAILY IN TE E.
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per in the 8onith that pp bises the-Tele
graphie dispatches of the New York
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round all the news that cnes byele
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ports received tup to the tme 9f gon
OfFICIAL PAPER OF THE3 CITY.
THEl EVENING SENTINEL is the
official paper of tlpe,city of,Augusta .
*ir All who waith- eheap paper should
or six' uioitIs ai *i for e
SSend for speogpers pepiese
WAL4H'& WRIQ lIT.
no' 12 Augusta, Qa.
STILL IN F1
Q UCCESS has smiled on my short F
k day will offer greater bargains than
list, which I will warrant to be as ohe
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES-Bougl
the same at p rices never before hoard
IATS, HATS, all grades and quali
50 cents, sold everywhere at 85 andi
10 dozen Ladies' Hats to be sold al
Calicoes, 6t cents.
Good Linseys at 15 "
Kentucky Jeans Commencing 10"
Kentucky Jeans, something
extra, 20c. up to the finest 331 "
Cassimeres and Tweeds from 25 ots.
up to the finest, pants patterns at
four and five dollars.
Heavy Canton Flannel, sold every
place at 15 and, 16 cts., only 10 ets.
Bleached Shirting commencing at
. cents up to Fruit Loom, 4-4
slirting, 10 cents.
Wamsutttv 4 4 shirting, 12j4"
Lonsdale Cambric, 15 "
Towels. cm.moncing at 8 cents and
ranging up to the fine Damask,
at 25 and 30 cents.
'E 3 0E .LTC ;?rU
JOHN L. MI
The Leader of Low Prices -
FOR DESIGN AND WORK
Before making your purchases elsewl
LUMBER AT PRICES TO STJ
I keep on hand a full supply of
Coffins of the finest finish. Also, a el
A fine lot of Augusta Flour of various
L...brands5, consisting of Double Extra,
Sun Beam, snow Flake and Pilot.
A fresh lot of Mackerel Fish in bar
rels, kegs and kits. Fresh Bioled Meal
and Pearl Grist.
A nice lot of Irish Potatoes and
Onions. Cheese, O'rackers &c.
50 lbs.. best Gree'n Tea (4 504 per lb.
I have just receivod a mece lot of Indian
nov 12 WM. H. DONLY.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T Elretstock of the above ever
offredbyhim. Great inducements
to cash customers.
ot 17 U. G. DESPORTES.
B tt'AMULY SI
th ss a oer
rofit system and on and after Mon
over as you will see by my price
ap as C hestor, Columbia or Charles
it for hard cash and will be sold for
ties. A big drive in a man's hat at
, ono-fourth their original cost.
Save your coppers, just think what
you can buy for one dollar in fancy
144 buttons for shirts or calico 5 ets.
Arthur & Co,'s Needles, Sharps, sold
every place at 10 cts., only 5 eta.
Pins, 3 "
Hairpins, 21 "
Fine Toilet Soap, 3
Good Machine Cotton, 200
yards, Black Spool, 3
Steel Thimbles, metal lined, 2
Best Unlaundried Shirt made, 95 "
A very good Unlaundried Shirt,75"
Don't forget the place.
ITA. & O t.D
-- - Winnsboro, S. C.
&NTED AS REPRESENTED.
R THAN EVER.
A new supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic.
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets,
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
j tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
IT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICES.
D TO MAKE TO ORDER.
Metalic and Rosewood Oases and
ieap stock of Coffins.
"T HE T E ACH ER."
'N JANUARY next we will issuo the
...first number of
A monthly 'ournal dlevotedl to the in
torests~ of 'encheors, Schools, and the
Ca&use of Education in general. To bring
it within the reach of all, we have fixed
the subscription price at the low rate of
FIFTY CENTS PEn ANNUM.
Specimen copy will be sent hy mail
prepaid on receipt of a. five cent stamp.
pe Teachera will do wvell to send for
our Educational Catalogue.
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