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THURSnDAY, D1CR'EV.O 0, 1 1878.
SAII,noAD1) SCtDUI,.1-The1 follow
Ing is the present Schedle of' arrival.4,
on the (IarlottO, Coltunbia alnl Au
DAY PAsSENOEn-ICoINo NORTHfi.
Columbia - - 1.45 M* n.
Blvthewood - 2.41. '
Ri(lgeway - 3.03 '
Wini.,boro - - 3.35 '
Woodwa'urd's - - 4.10 "
lilackst.ock - - 4I.5 "S'
C'hester - -- '446
DAky lASS-NEn--GojN(1 SOT1H.
Cheter .. 12,47 r. M.
Blackstock - - 1.16 '
Woodward's - 1.21 "
Winnsboro - 1.56 "
ltidgeway - 2.26 "
Blytdiewood - 2.44 "
Co)nlmbia -- - 3.25 ''
.,Ow Advertimain a.
A Card--M. P. Refo.
Railroad meeting-C. Bonknight.
The Register says that at last ac
counts fnovernor iampton's conditiom
was greatly improved.
Several lots of land were oflbrold for
sale oil Moiday by the Winnsboro
Building and Loan Asseciaioi, but
tie bid were all too low, n,d the
property wva, bought in by thu Asso
That's right, give,iI to him. This
was tle expression of aii old nuirse,
when somebody recommended Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup to- our- litllo Charlie,
who was sulering with colic. *
We are informed that a dimcultv
occurred a few nights ago betweei
Mr. r. W. Iavls and Mr. D. G.
Smith, in wh.ich Che latter wrs stabbt d
by the former. We have no infornia
the difficulty. Mr. Smith's wound is
tion of the cause or of the particularsof
not considered serious.
We call attention to the card of'Mr.
Miles P. Refo, formerly of Wiimsboro,
and now of the well-known lonse of
Cohen & Loeb, Charleston, This
house has quite a reputation for fair
dealing and low prices, and all orders
sent to the house will be promptly at,
tended to-Mr. Rlefo giving his per
sonal attention to those from Fairfleid,
TYPE- Fon SALE.-We oflfr for stle
two hundred pounds long primer type
-Oiht with which the outside of TiH.
NMs AND ITERALD is 11Nw lrinted.
This type is in ecellient condition, ind
is only abandoned because we wish to
change the style of our type. We
offer it at the low price ofitwenty cents
per Pound for the lot; smaller quan
tities in proportion.
PEIRSONAL.-Mr. J. Fleming Brown
is spending his vacation with bis rela
tives in Winnsboro. Mr. Brown has
been teaching for some time in Unioli
county, and b)y his talents and zeal has
already taken a high rank in his pro.
Messrs. James D. and Johu A,
Fraser, two original '''Boro BJoys," but
now living in the far-famed county of
Edgetield, are on a short visit to
Winn1 sboro. These gentlein deserve
well of Edgelleld. But for their eff'orts
the Democratic flaljority inl that coun
ty, in the late election, would have
beeni only seven thousand and thr~ee.
.. pornaps less,
SALEs-DAY.-QUite a consieahle
quantity of land was sold by the Clerk
sof Court on last sales-day, as follows:
In the case of Lucy A. Mobley vs..
Edward D. Mobley and others--the
*'David Yongue Tract," containing
293 acres, to Edward D. Mobley' for
In the case of 'W. HI. Kerr, Clerk of
'Court., vs. Austin F. Peay and others
the "Brown Place," formerly belong
ilng to N. A. Peay, deceased, contain
lng 1,000 acres, to James Jones for
In the case of Margaret Armstrong
vs. MIarion M. Smith-a tract contalin
lng '128 acres, to M,ri.i M. Smith for
In the case of Printup., Bro. &
Pollard vs. EC. A. Blacot-one lot in
the town of Winnsboro, to Printup,
Bro. & Pollard for $110.
In the case of Thomas C. Pollock,
Tr'ustee, vs. Henry L. Elliott, as .ad
inisltrator, and others-the lot in
'Winnsbor:o., fo rmuerly thme residence of
.James R. Alken, deceased, to Thomas
.0. Pollock, Trnstee,, for $3,000,
~inth1e case of Wim. C. Bee & Co.i s,
.J.D.logan and others-a lot in
Blythewood, containing one-half of an
.acre, to IR. D. Jones for $265.
W. HI. Kerr, Clerk of Court, vs.
Martha J. Means and others-a tract of
land containing three hundredi and fOfty
.acres, to David P, Crosby for .$1200,
In the case of Hopkins, Dwight &
Co. 'VS. H. W. Desportes--tho tract
known .as the "Johin-Harrison Tract,"
.containing 848 acres, to Mrs. Martha
LeO. Desportos for $83.
.In the case of Hem:y L. fllilott vs.
James Harden--some traoctntidnIig
487 acres;- one tract containing 66
.*eres; one trcrotiiniisa
the three sold together to H1. L. Elliott
In the case of R. S. Desportes vs.
1.holm's Arled--a tract. contalig 310
ICres, being a portion of the "San(t
.1lill Tract," to It, S. Desportcs for
The following lands were sold by
i the ae of W . S. Dunlap vs. C.
A. Abell-a tract containing 175 acres,
to John Bloom for $417.00.
In the case of Saini. B. Clowney, as
Clerk, vs, Wim. B, Elkin and others
a tract containing one hlindred and
fifty aoros, to Joseph Freshley fQr
In the case of Henry 13ischoff vs,
John El, 14nlglish-all the right, title
and interest of the defeldant in a tract
of land contaliniug 150 acres, to J.
jFcastor Lyles for $85.
lu the case of lItdward Pollard vs,
Win. B. Elkin and Ileary L. Parr-a
tract of land containing 50 acres, to
Edwar(I Pollard for $50; also a tract
containing 20 acres, to Prince Rt. Mar
t1n for $30.
In the case of John W. Lyles, as
Guardian, vs. Win. C. Harrison and
others-,a tract containing 128 acres, to
Mrs. Susan C, Lyles for $300.
The slicriff also so1l a considorable
(Iiantity of personial property.
George It. Walker, Referee in the
case of A. M. Lee, Trutce vs. Jacob
A. Caldwell and others, sold the tract
of land known as the " Gaillard Place,'
conlaininiig 810 acres, to' - for
Thomas C. Pollouk, trustee of the
bankrupt estate of Leverich & Co.,
ollre d for sale the lot in Winnsboro,
on which stands the store occupied by
Mr. J. M. Beaty. The properly was
knocked doiw to the Trusitee at $1500.
WI,X1Y.S OR MA itK IKT R 1P0R T.
CORRECTE) W kiRLY BY
CU31311NOS & CO. AND It. J. McCARLEY.
.....i.lin ............ .........
o i .... ..........
,Low Middling. .. ........
BREADSTUFFS AND GRAINS
Floijr,poi a r l..... ..,..$.0 70
Corn 5 cal, p r buihel.............. .sna
Gri st, " " ............. SO
Corn, "f "6 ............. AO
Peas, "6 "9 ............. .XO
Bulk C. R. Sldd!,, per potundi,....... 5Xa6
Bulk8h ut s 'A 4$ ---...... 6
- 111,'1s, canvassed 16 " ........ 1415
MI.ims, Uncanvassed, par pound .... 11a02
Count,ry, per pound................ 15a20
Goshe4, Gilt Eige, per pound...... 83
.eaf; Choiceo..-..... ............. O a12
Yell-n . per pound.................. s
):xt,ra .C. " " . .... .......... sxag
A . ... - . .... ....... i 1
Rio Fancy, per pound..........
Rio Choice, " " ........ 9
Rio Ordinary"' " ..........I15
Orerni, per pound............. 5a5
IjiacIc, - ' ....... 0 7
Gunpowder, "'. .......... 75a.00
310LAS8ES AND SYRUPS
New Orleans, Choice............. o
New Orleans, Fair.................60
Reboijed 31oiasses.,........... g
31uscavado............ .. ..... 5
BIAGGING AND TIES
Gunny American, per yard.......1sad
Arrow Tiet, new, por.ibunglo... 25
" " pJc d, " " . .... 2.21
Nalls, pwer keg- -................ $.2
Candy, Pilin ................... 52
I takce this mnethod of inforning ray
friends and 'atrons of Winnsboro and
Pairfiold, that -I am now with the flim o.
.Q.)hen & Lwoob, and all orders for Dry
Goodis, Notions &o. will have may persona:
and prompt attention. Orders f'or sany.
MILES P. ItEFO.
Charloston, 8. C., ,Dcomber 3, 1878.
deC' .5 -t3xl
BAILROAD MLE I G.
CIIuanTorr, omUMntA & AUousrA R. Rt. C.
I CoLMBorA, S. C., December 2, 1 878.
An adjonrned meeting of ihe Stock
Iholders oftthl4s Company, for the pu.rpose
of electing Dil-octors. and nctinig npon
any sneh other mnattorsq as may be p)re
.sentod, will be held on FBrnAy, TuE 13rm
DAY QF DECEMBER, instant, at cloven
o'eloek, a. ixi.
doe ~-td D. DOUE.NIGHT,
TheJl State of' South Carolina
?UNTY OF FAIFIELD.
By 0. B, T'IO MPSONA, Esq., Probale J'uke.
15EREXmUAS, 11. J. McKeown hath
mVia-le Mnit to lue to grant him
letters of administration of thme estate and
effects of Power Hfelsoll, deconseod:
These are, ther'efore, to cite and admon
sah all and singular the kindred and credi
tors of ..tho said Peter IHssll de.
cased, that they be and appear before me,
In tihe Court of Probate, to be held at
Fairfield Coumrt House, S. -0.,.on the 10th
dlay of December, after publication
hereof, at 11 ~oook in the forenoon,,. to
show cause, if any they have, why the said
jidmit4jstkation should not be granted,
Ghnydemhand, thIs 25th day of
Novembet, Anne Domini 1878.
Ln~v27-42'O. B. THOblPSON.
0.nd 74: . 'J4P p.1.'0n
WE respectfully slubmit that we
have the LARGEST STOCK of
goods in Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods, Crockery, &c.,
over offered to the people of Fair
Wo don't care where you brir g
your samples from--whother from
Winnsboro, Chester, 0olumbia or
Oharleston, we guaraitee to put you
goods cheaper than the
When wo fail to do this we will
politely give thum away, aid with
a bow thank nu for the privilege of
Wrapping them up.
GIVE US A CALL
and be convinced.
The undersign. .1 will bo glad to
see th-ir frion Is ..!t LAI)D BROS.
0 Y. OWNo,
E. A. RABP.
-OONSISTING ;N lAltr OF
24 bbls. Molasscs,all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-1O Rio, 4 best
50 bbl. Choice -Family Flour.
BAGGING AND T;[ES.
LARD in bble., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
)lIye and ]3arley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, Wh3ite
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Cu.rrants and Cit,rog.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
.Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A ine lot of BOOTS AND SHOISS.
411 of which will be sold .cheap for
nov 9 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
-HO I FOR -
rpn,E first Housao in town to redue
..i. Whiskey to ten conta a drink, floor
to five conta.a glass and Billia.rda fifteen
cents per gamne.. llavinmga large and well
A0lOpted lot,of fugg ~hLre .On ba"d of
which theo followng .aro a fow of tle
Pure old Kentuck~y Blnnrbon, Cabinut,
XXXX and baker Rye, ? mir Mash Stone
IVon.ntain Corn, a sp)oeialty, Cogsmao,
Ca.dforp.ia, Poach and Apple Brandies.
Champaigno, Sherry and Rort Wines.
Cincoinn. ti Lager Beor always kept en
u,e, and all sorts of fazncy.and .cool.drinks
prepar.ed in the most tasty mainner at
ap:ll 30-it 5T. D. Me0A RLEY.
CH ~OIOE Red )King & Baldwin's,
-89.00 per busbel.
a- Th (n.a nD1nanm.T
J. 0. B3 (G,9
GRAND WlNNS110O DUY orom,D, IAN
CY GOODS ANDMILLINKRy
Bogs leave to say to his eus
p tonor$ and all otherm it nood
of Goods that ho is again pro.
Pared to show them one of the
I argest and best assorted stock
.r iry Goods. hilney Goods and
hat ho has ever exhibited. We
E tro receiving goods daily.
Every department will be
g kept ..ull of degirablo and
knd buyers may confidently
rely on getting thoir goods not
mly at low prices, but of th(
-nost desirable quality that th(
h -, s engased the Fervices of i
irst-clag Milliner, who will as
sist hor in her dpartment, and
C who will tako ploasuro in pleas
Hmng the most fastidious tastes.
ror the celebrated and most ro
a i,ble paper pattorn--But
P terivk's-for Ladies, Misses and
A. fill and complete line of
(1,nts', Lad1ies' Misses' and
Cheese, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack
ers, Maccaroni, Spices, Can
0 dies, Tobacco, Cigarq,-in fact
m you can find anything you wantl
C at J. 0. BOAG'S ns low as the
e u lne goods can be bought any -
sept 27 J. 0. BOAG.
Now ald Blloilft
ollior & Cialder'
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p)orts received aup to the time of go it
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