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RAILROAD SC11RDULR'.--2'lhC follow
ing is the p)resent schedulo or arrivais,
oni the Chairlotte, Columbia and Au
D)AY 1'A8SLNWnt-Goi?;,u NonTIL
Columbia - - 1.45 1-. lit.
Blytheivood - - 2.41"
Ridgeway - - 3.03"
Winnsboro - - 3.35"
W'oodwvard's - - 4.10"
Bilackstock - - 4.15
Chester - - 4.46"
DAY, PAURBNOICI-GOIN~G SOUTIL
Chester - 12.47 1,-. m.
Bllackstock - - 1.16"
'Woodward's - - 1.21"
Winnsboro - - 1.56"
C(Aunibla - - 3.26
Notice for final discharge-Johis
Reinoval-F. Gerig &.Son.
To the Citizens of Fairfleld-Sax
genheimer~ & Groeschel.
Mr. 11. Baruch, a prominent mncr
chant of Camden, has removed to
Charlotte, N. C. Hle was for several
years iu Winnsboro.
A crying babi ir,a bore to the whole
neighborhood, and the parents should
be forced to keep Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup handy. Price 25 cents.*
The p)ublic punip, which is a great
convenien6e to thle town, hai been out
of order for somle time. Ve hope thle
council will soon have it repaired.
B18IES CIIANGHS.-Mc8srs. Su
genheimer & Groeschcl have recently
purchased the entire stock of goods
formerly owned by Mr. Sol. Wolfe,
aud are now running two stores--the
one lit the Gerig buildiner, and that re
cently occup)iedl by Mr. Wolfe. By
reference to their advertisement in
another column, itw~ill be seen that
these gentlemen have in stock an ex
tensive and varied assortment of dry
goods, notions, boots, shoes, hats and
ciothing. These goods they will sell
at p ices of whih purchasers will have
no0 Cause to Complain. Be sure to
come and see them.
Messrs. If. Gei-ig & Son have corn
bined their saddlcry and hardware
business, and have mlovedl their stock
into the store on the north ee. of the
Gerig building. Ilere they will keel)
oil hand a full stock of all goods in
their lite-hardwaro, tinware, wood
enware, saddlery, harness, etc.
wih they offer as low as can be
bought anywhere. We bespeak for
them a good trade.
A HISTORY OP S;UVM (AROLXi1rA.
Professor Davidson's Work--A Good
Text Book for Beginners.
Davidson's History of South Caro
Notice for Final D ischarge.
NOTICE is hereby given to all whom
it may concern, that I will apiily to
the Probate Judgo of Fairfield county,on
Monday the 16th Fobruary next, for a
final dischargo as Admninistrator of tho
Estato of Richard Dove, 1r., doceatiod.
January 16, 1879. Adminiutrator.
jan 10-- tlxlaw4w .
MESSRS. F. Gerig & Son would
inform their friends and cus
tomers, and the public generally,
that they have removed into their
own store, next to Sugonheimer &
Groeschol's-combining the two
stocks into one, and making a
COMPLETE STOCK OF
Hardware, Tinware, Woodenware,
ALL PARTIES indebted to F.
GERIG or to F. GERIG & SON
are requested to settle at once, as
we expect to keep only one set of
F. GERIG & SON.
Citizens of FairDielf.
WE have recently purchased for
Wcash the. entire stock of Dry
Goods formerly owned by Sol.
Wolfe, and have made considerable
additions to it in staple goods ; and
,we are now offering the entire
stock at prices in keeping with the
dull, hard times that are upon us.
The stock contains many valuable
goods, consisting of Gents' Cloth..
ing, Underwear, Fine Hats,
Shawls, Shirts, Hosiery,
Gloves, Collars, &c.
Ladies' and Children's Dress Goods,
Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, in
great variety, Notions and
Staple Goods generally.
We also offer special inducements in
100 pairs Gents' Gaiters, at 50 cents.
100 pair~s WVomen's Shoes, at 50
cents, 75 cents and $1.00.
100 pairs Children's and Boys' Shoes
at one-fourth their value.
We mean what we say,, and all
persons in want of bargains will
do well to call and examine the
stock, as we intend to verify our
promises by actual proof.
There is also a lot of good substan
tial Table Cutlery, Pad Locks,
Stock Locks, Steelyards,
Double-Barrel Guns, &c.,
Which we will give great induce
ments in, to clear.out.
Remember to call at the old stand
of Sol. Wolfe. MR. FLEMING is
in charge, and will take pleasure in
waiting upon all who may favor him
with a call ; and should you not
find all you may want there, just
stop down tO
in the Ger'ig Building, and that
agreeable and polite young gentle
man, A. W. BROWN, will take
special pleasure in showing you the
large and complete stock under his
charge, from which you can supply
all your wants, at prices that will
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
Five Ladies' Paisley Shawls-oost
originally $20 and $25 each-will be sold
for $5 00 each.
SUGENHEIMER & GROES0l1EL.
TIHE WINN8BORO HOTEL
MRS. M. W. BROWN.
rpHIs Hotel, situated in the centre of
..the town, offers and guarantees to the
publio inducements unsurpeassed by any
other house In the place. Table sup
plied with the best In the market. Comn.
fortable rooms and polite attention.
Tecma.--2.00 per at. ' aug a..w
FRESH GOODS !
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bbIs. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Choose,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbla. Choico Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, Whito
Wino and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salnon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Peppor Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whii,h will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. R. FLENNIKIN.
CHEAP GOODS! GOOD GOODS
MESSRS. J. F. McMASTER & CO
HTAVE now in store and aro recoiving
weekly now, cheap and good goods,
Clothing, Boots and shoas, Hats, Trunks,
and Valises, Satchels, Umbrellas, &a.,
&c., &a., &a., &c., &a., &o,, &c., &c., &c.
A full stock of Gonts Furnishing Goods.
Complete line of Ladies' 3isses' and
Childrens' Ilosiory and Gloves.
We have marked down t, the very
lowest figures our stock of Gloves, in
which we are offering great bargains.
Linen and Hemstitohcd Handkerchiefs,
in groat profusion at very low prices.
In Boots and Shoes, we are prepared
to offer special inducements.
Blankets ! Blankets!
New Bluckwhieat Flour, Fresh B3uckwheat
Flour, lelgant New Cr01p New Orleans
Molasses, the genu ino Simon pure
article, Sugar, Coffee, Lard,
Syrups, Soap, Starch,
Full stock of Woodonwaro.
Our constant aim is to keep up the
rep)utation already gained.
We invite the p)ublic to call to-day and
every (lay and take a look at our stook
which will always be shown with pleas
ume nov 23
$3,000 IN TH1REE .PREMIUMs.
WA E will pay the agent sending us the
Vlargest list of subscribers before
March 1, 1879, one first-class 7A octave,
rosewood or walnut, NEW soALE, UPnIoHT
PIANO, $850.00. Ti.his list to be at least
For the second list, not to be loss
thain 200 names, $100 in geld.
For the third list, not to be less than
100 names, $50 in gold.
For $13.00, at one time, we will send
ten copies one year.
For $7.00, at one time, we will send five
copies one year.
For three names and $6.00 we will
send the Companion Scroll Saw and
Drill, value $3.50, as a special premium.
Fer five names and$10.00 we will send(
the Companion Scroll Saw, Drill, and
Lathe, value $5.00, as a speial premium.
We will send Tins HIAwEY. and "GLEAN
INos ion THE CURIoUs" to agents at $3, 00
and return $2. 00, if the book is not wantedl
on examination, for its return, post-paid,
If returned at onee. Address
HIAWKEYE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
dee 6 Burlington, Iowa.
rHE firm of Cummings.& Co., Is this
5day dissolved by mutual consent,
HI. L. ELLIOTT,
JNO. 1P. MATTHEWS, JR.,
J. II. CUMMINGS.
January 1, 1870.
The business will hereafter bo eon
duoted under the firm name of Matthews
& Co., the members of which fir.n are:
JNO. P. MATTHEWS, JR.
J. H. CUMMINGS,
Jan 2-im T. K. ELLIOTT.
CHEESE! CHEES I0HEESE
j-p ' LLBS. Chioles Factory Cheese.
*As low as the lowest.
est 17 U. G. nuaB?nnena8
Whether for family uso or manufacturing,
is the double-throad, lock-stitch
Iight -ru n1 ning
It will last a lifetime--overy Machine
T HE Vertical Food is the groatest ad.
vanco mado, in nowing mechanism
since the invention of sowing Inachine.
We invite a careful examination of it,
believing no one can fail to recognize the
fact that it is the most perfect Sowing
Machine made, combining simplicity
strength, durability, and economy. We
do not hesitate to claim for the
in addition to its superior principles,
moro absolute perfection of workmanship
and more completo adjustability than
pertains to any competing machine now
in the market. Among tho various im
provonents is the Improved Shuttle,
Milled Shank Noodle, Adjustablo Noodle
Plate, New Patent Thread Controller and
Automatic Bobbin Winder. Every Ma.
chino is on good substantial rollers, for
which there is no extra charge. For
tucking, cording, braiding, quilting,
ruffling, fringing, embroidering, shoo
fitting, tailoring, dress-making, and
THE DAVIS HAS NO EQUAL.
References to those who have the Im
proved Davis Machine in uso in Fair
Mrs. William MeNall
Mrs. William D. Aiken.
Mrs. A. W. Ladd.
Mrs. J. C. Rowe.
Mrs Dr. T. T. Robertson.
Mrs. Dr W. K. Turner.
Mrs. J. W. Bolick.
Mrs. William Stevenson.
Miss Margarot Aiken.
Mrs. A.P. Miller.
Mrs. Eliza Williams.
Mrs. James Q. Davis.
Mrs. Robert Crawford.
Miss J. Harvey, and others.
Just think of it-a machine selling for
$60 a short time ago you can now pur
chase for $30, from
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for Fairflold County.
Also agent for two other first-class
machines- 4ho New American, and the
Call on J. 0. BOAG, and got the b est
Family Sowing Machines mado.
Great reduction in prices of Dress
Goods, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, &o.
Always a full and complete line of
Fanlily Groceries, Tobacco, Cigars, Con
foctionaries, Fruits &c., as cheap as the
Lumber and Furniture for sale low
for cash by
jan 11 y. 0. BOAG.
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FOR THE SEWING MAOHINE.
The Four WYheeled Automatic
saved by using this castor, Price $2.60,
WVIi lit any machine. To be had from
W. H. SMITH
Jan 7 -Auont fr Fair.eld
New and Beautifal
Conor & Chandlesfs.
COME EVERY DAY,
And Exchange YOUR CASH for
CLOTHING AND HATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Coffee at from 15 ets. to 20 cts. per
Sugar at 12 pounds for $1.00.
Parched Rio Coffee, Ground Coffee,
Brown Sugar, Extra C, Granu
lated Sugar, Pulverized Su
gar, Candy, Crackers,
GOOD GOODS AT L OW PRICES
Remember those substantial Boots.
and Shoes, the "Bay State" stan.
dard screwed and wire sewed.
J. M. BEATY.
If you detest a bursting lamp buy
the Vestal Oil. If you like a bril
ant light buy the Vestal Oil.
dec 24- .T. M. BEATY.
O UR HOUSE !
STILL AHEAD I
3HE summer having como and gone,
..I ami now prepared to furnish in the
place of cooling beveragos, all kinds of
winter drinks, such as T'om an d Jerry,
Hot Scotoh, Egg Flip, &o.
Wines, Liquors, Lager Boor, Sweet
Cider and Cigara. The best in town.
EGGS! EQGS! EGGS! EGGS!
Dozen Eggs, jusi, roceivod for the Christ.
mans Holidays. Call and you can get all
the Eggs you want.
Meals can be had all hours at my res. -
taurant. Presh Oysters, Fish and 8au.
saugo always on hand.
--GIVE ME A CALL.
dec 19 JNO. D. MCCALEY.
Best F3actory Cheese, @ 15 cents
jan 7 W. IT. DONL.
LIVES ARE OFTENiTT
Y theouse of cheap Kerosene. Got
..oneoof our safety 'Lamps in which
sven the anost dangerous.oil is safe,
*20,000 Saved Yearly to Fairfild,
. When our farmers learn to ~urol'tas'
Themicals and make their own fertlizei~
Diall and get 'a book telling how it cani bo
de 28 MoMAPTE'r,~ BRIOE.