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neat executed at this offico,-CIIEAP
hen Gambotta is married, he
his Wife together will only have
Ce eyes, being a majority of one
favoir,of his wife.
An editor of the New York lerald
.,ints with pride to the fact that t ho
lry leader of the Ameer of
anistan is an Irishman.
"Put My Little Shoes Away."
is is a mule song, dedicatod to
e little' chap that has been hit in
ear by a left-banded jackass.
Aare Wouldn't have been any
lin the cocoanut if some of our
-ymen had had the original con
otion of it.-Gincinmai Satur
- Kearney is speeding to
4he OMoidont. His career in
ast, like hat of a picturesquo
oat, was brief but odorous.
Ovor-Ditson is the oldest music
lisher in the United States. le
been in the business over forty
4s, and has bought out more
A that number of rival firim.
4 Atotten telegraph pole which fell
e time ago in New York city,
ng. 6ne woman and injuring
t0ra, has already cost the coin pa
thousands of dollars as the result
,uits for damages.
tinid Bostonian has married a
1g lady whose weight vorges
tiCed. They a'e paI aor, "shall I
y eorn their mono " "No,
*p9oted that, - tho fence."
rva#ve peoplq of th-nts does not
n4d,' smeting aiboutin te New
o*ernents,' abhout the is vote for
harT.0r of the ~Soutrnted to tho
adr,-vnd the meaning o.22, against
nii especially . in sne, for Han. -
', uth Carolina. But a
I ~ , f Charles Nordhof. ?aylor, Democrat
e't~ coi 6% ciongress elect from the
~~ad, s'abriot of Tennesseo, will be
~aze. . t member of the For'ty,
by' ress, being now twenty -
I.' ld, just the constitutional
tdisposes of Spoor's
Saltimore Gazette says Sena
GQordon is one the sensible,
?'vative, thoughtful men who
frice to the country nowa
- nd be stands a splendid
q ~of being nominated for Vice
Ident before the next eclipse.
taj~blin schools of New Je sey
. t'phrbious. The total
Siofschool.funds duin the
~ as $1,972,682 34 The
o~q~rty is valued at$,0
1 number of pupils
A~ ~js~~84, the number of
'~V~otenoding school is
' also teachers receive
q onthly salary of $60 50,
e eachers $36 14.
ni Jamaica, , Long Island,
~4e of a somewhat an
qtaails in defiance of
.He knew ho would
o,so lie hurried be
elf.wa fied$10, i.e
inows th satupefying:
afqualite ofpiumn ; still
'& eg quantities of this
t pg sola as a- soothing
Shidi-n. Dr. Bull's
eontains nothing ini.,
il1J relieve your baby
disorders of the
TG OFF !
'hW rig fully dotor
th4 resnt businosa
~foonh r~the en
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OFFIcE COUNTY AUDITOR,
WINNSBORtO, S. C., Nov. 16, 1878.
IN accordance with instructions
from the Comptroller-Gonoral's
office, I hereby publish the list of
delinquent lands of Fairflield county
for the fiscil year 1877 :
Towl,simr Num1E CNE.
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.
TOWNSHIP NUmiBER Two.
J. A. Caldwell, 840 acres, 1 lot and
Wash Davis, 2 acros.
Nancy J. Dove, 51 acres.
Pink D. Hinson, 3 lots.
Robert Stevenson, 150 acres.
Levin Stewart, 135 acres.
Sarah Swann, 198 acros.
TowNsip NUmEi TinmE.
Margarott Austin, 10 acres.
David McCullough, 100 acres.
James Sweat, 52 acres.
Henry C. Yonguo, 50 acres.
TowNsIr NUmmEm Foun.
Elizaboth Cathcart, 1 lot and 1 build
Thomas Dillard, 1 lot and 1 build
Isaac Dobson, 1 lot and 1 building.
.J. A. Frasor, 1 lot.
John A. and Jas. D. Fraser, 70 acres.
J. C. M1ckorell, 1 lot.
S. W. Ruff, 1 lot.
Mrs. Ltfayotte Potoot, 1 lot and 1
William S. Rabb, 1 lot and 1 build
Eo.ate Edward Rutleg, 1 lot and 1
TOwNsuIP 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.
TowNsfip NUMBER Six.
Estato Zachariah Crumpton, 110
W. T. McCrorey, 492 acres and 3
John J. Nelson, 100 acres.
Mrs. Nancy Stewart, 30 acres.
TOwNsip NUmBE SEvEN.
James A. Grigsby, 1 lot and 1 build,
TowNSHIP NUmnE EIGHT.
Essie R. Durham, 252 acres.
Janio B. Davidson, 165 acres.
Gladden & Grisby, 52 acres and 3
Charles M. Porter, 200 acres and 2
William Rush, 100 neres.
En ThoIs. Richardson, 302 acres.
Bessie L. Sweatman, 30 acres.
William Trapp, 83 acres.
Moses Wootenm, 210 acres and 1
William C. Youngue. 1 lot and 1
TOwNsHIIP NUMIBER NINE.
Samuel B. Clowney, 635 acres.
Laura C. Gibson, 145 acres.
Mariah L Horlbeck, 71 acres.
Clara D. Lowrance, 325 acres.
Annie R. Simmons, 50 acres.
TOWNSHIP NUMIBEa TE!N.
Elizabethi K. Andorson, 1457 acres.
~John W Boyd, 25 acres.
S. B. Clowney, 150 acres.
,Joel P. Fmnley, 513 acros.
Joel A. Hagood, 94 acres.
Simon Nelson, 150 acres.
King Nelson, 150 acres.
Tow~Nsun> NUM1BER J"LEvEN.
Wmn. S. Alston, T1rustoe, 600 acres.
Alonzo E. Blitch, 460 acres.
Jim Bird, 260 acres.
Mr's. C. G. Eskin, 473 acres.
Manton Latta, 65 acres.
TownsII NUMBDER TH1IRTEEN.
Estate W. J. Alston, 3020 acres an-1
Riobert D. Ashford, 50 acres..
Estate WV. 1). Ashf; 'd, 50 acreR.i
Estalto F. 1H. Edrington, 90 acres.
Nancy E. Jennings, 17T acros.
A. B. Jennings, 134 acres and 1
Isaac Mior, 100 acres.
Ben31 McMooil'in, 6 acres.
Wmn. IH. McGlill, 115 acres and 1
Mr's. Sarauh Pearson, 150 acrecs.
A llen Stewart, 160 acres and 2
1Iazel M. Zealy, 192 acres.
May C. Smith, 170 neies.
Notice is hereby given that the
whole of the several p)arcels, lots and
paruts of lots oif real estate described
in the pr'~edinig list, or so mucn
thereof as will be necessary to pay
the taxes, penalties and assess
mnents charged thereon, w.ill be sold
by the treasurer of Fairfield county,
on the FIRST AMONDAY OF NEQEMBER,
A. D. 1878, unloss such taxes, as
sessments anid penalties be paid
bef9o thattimeo; and sOOly sale will:
bp continued frmm diy to day inuil
all of the sarid par'cols, lots and parts
of lots ,Ire I tate s Mh 1 old 9r
PEOPLE to know that we have a good
Painter and a good Trinmer, 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 soil the famous Tredogar Horse and
Mulo Shous, Southern manufacturo.
Also, the Bronzed Horse Shoo Nail, best
in the market.
All work as represented, or - o a harge
Prices as low as any respons. ble firm.
in the county.
DESPORTES & MONTS,
sept -- Wheelrightsand Faririors.
Conor & Chanll1orIS
Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Necklaces, Chains, Brooches,
Sleeve Buttons, Collar But
tons, Studp, &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. MI. BEATY'S,
Fhave just returned from Now
IYork, and 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 State"
stan dard screwed and wire
Bowed Boots and shoes.
Every pair guaran~
teed to give
sept 26 J. M. BEATY.
CHEAPEST DAILE IN TEE
THlE EVJENKING SENTINEL,
Is PUBLJIJED AT TIUE Low PRicE OF
5 4.00 por yea~r.
TI A BltlIGHT, NEWVSY EVENING
. apr and is odited with ability by
Mest:hrs. JAMAEC Rt. RtANDALdb and P. '.
ST1OVA LL. It is the only afternoon pa
p)or in the .Month that pulblishes the TPole
graphic dispatches of the New York
Ansociate~d Press. In its columns will be.
found all the news that comes by tele
graph, and the telegt'aphic market re
ports received up to the time of going
OFFICIAL PAPEn OF TIlE CITY.
THlE EVENING RENTINEL is the
ofioial paper of the city,.of Augusta.
Me All who want a cheap papor should
subacribe for it. TEaMS-$54 per yeAr;
$2 for six months; and $1 for three
*rtf Sendl for specimen copies. Ad
SE A NRI'i T
nov 12*gust Gai
STILL IN 7
Q UCCESS has smiled on my short :
L day will offer greater bargains than
list, which I will warrant to be as che
SHOES, SHOES, SHOES-4-Bough
the same at prices never before hoard
HATS, HATs, all grades and quali
50 cents, sold everywhere at. 85 and 9
10 dozen Ladies' Hats to be sold at
Calicoes, 61 cents.
Good Lineys at 15 "
Kentucky Jeans Commencing 10
Kentucky Jeans, something
extra, 20c. up to the finest 33 "
Cassinores and Tweeds from 25 cts.
up to the finest pants patterns at
four and five dollars.
Heavy Canton Flannel, sold overy
place at 15 and 16 ets., only 10 cts.
Bleached Shirting commencing at
6t cents up to Fruit Loom, 4- 4
shirting, 10 cents.
Wamsutta 4 4 shirting, 12 "
Lonsdalo Cambric, 15 "
Towels commencing at 8 cents ard
ranging up to the line Damask,
at 25 and 30 cents.
JOHN L. Mi
The Leader of Low Prices -
FOR DESIGN AND WORK
Before making your purchases elsew:
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SU
I keep on hand a full supply of
Coffins of the finest finish. Also, a cl
FRESH GOODS !
A fine lot of Augusta Flour of various
ibrand s, consisting of Double Extra,
Sun Beam, snow Flake and Pilot.
A fiesh lot of Mackerel Fish in bar
rels, kegs and kits. Fresh Bolted Meal
and Pearl Grist.
A nice lot of Irish Potatoes and
On' ions. Cheese, Crackera ko.
50 lbs. best Green Tea @3 504 per lb.
IPale Aojustreceivod a nice lot of Indian
nov 12 WVM. HI. DONLY.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
mIHE largest stock of the above ever
I offered by him. Groat inducem ents
to cash customers.
oct 17 U. G. DESPORTER.
BEST FAMILY SI
The"N4EW AME UAW'"is easily learne'd, d
with leet bb thlat any other machine. II
rofit system and on and after Non.
over as you will soo by my price
ap as C ester, Columbia or Charles,
t for hard cash and will be sold for
Lies. A big drive in a man's hat at
ono,fourth their original cost.
Save your coppors, just think what
you can buy for one dollar in fancy
144 buttons for shirts or calico 5 ets.
A.rthur & Co.'s Needles, Sharps, sold
every placo at 10 ots., only 5 eta.
'ine Toilot Soap, 8
aood Alaohino Cotton, 200
yards, Black Spool, 3
3teol Thimblos, metal lined, 2 "
Best Unlaundriod Shirt made, 95 "
k very good Unlaundriod Shirt,75 "
Don't forget the place.
wE.".M. S T O E:.3H,
- - Winnsboro, S. C.
kNTED AS REPRESENTED.
[ THAN EVER.
A now supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic.,
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets,
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
.tresses, and Children Car.
For prices, call at the first
IT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICES.
) TO MAKE TO ORDER.
Metalic and Rose wood Cases and
ieap stock of Coffins.
"T HE T E ACHE R."
' 'N JANUARtY next we will issue the
?first number of
A monthly journal devoted to the in.
terests of Teac4hers, Schools, and the.
Caiuso of Education in genoral. To bring
it within the reach of all, we have fixed
tho subscription price at the low rate of
FIFTY CENTs PERn ANNUM.
Specimnen copy will be sent hy mall
propaid on receipt of a five cent stamp.
fi& Teachers will do well to send for
our Educational Catalogue.
ELDIIEDGE & BRO.,
oct 22-xf3mn 17 North 7th St., PhilIa.
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