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TOWN AND COUNTY,.
THUIRIS)AY MOINXG, May 22, 1879. V
.1 'Ti'r. Ni.ws Ax!> 111,i~u >.,
-ri-weeikly edition, four dollars per
annum, in advaince; weekly edition, S
I wo tiIo Illrs ant lif t ye cets per an Itun/, il
in advalce. liberli diseoutil to' clubs i
of live and ulpwailsk.
per. inch for the first insertion, P .id1
ifty. ceniti por inch for ebch subsel acit .n
insertion. These rates apply to -i11 ad- ci
vertisoments, of whatever nat.m me, and
are payablo'strictly in advanee. Con.
tracts for three, six or. twebl months
mlldo oi very liberal te ins. Tran- t
slent locttl notices, fifteen scents per t<
line for the first insertion alld Seven ia
anild .onie-hail cents lier line For gch
subseque i isertion. Obilltutries.aid Z
tributes oi' re.1neet. c ihaged as adver- b
liseinents. Simtiple 1imoulnceinmenits or
iarriges1and deaishs published free or el
ciIrg , 1111( olicited. ti
Al coiilmiluications, of whatsoever y
nattire, should he add'ressed to the
Wimshoro Pubilihing Company, g
WIiaIbl.boro, S. C.
We have had the pleaIsure of a call n
f'roi Mr. C. ll~nbert Board, the trav- 1b
eling agent of the Columbia Register. d
We aie ploijted to know that the 'excel- si
lent nedwSdpr he retpresenits.is th'riv- s
iug finely.. _ -.
RESOL'ONS Or TH.AKS.-Ati le
r-eguaIr meeting of the Gordon Light
Inlhuitry, held on .\loinda eve' :ig, the
following pn a tub.e unaid res lutionas
weo~ uaiantmiiowusly adopted: -. n
Wl'hcrets, oin t he ocaiiton of its visit.sk
te Columbia on the I3t.h istant, this ih
company vas tihe recipient of 11:ny)'
icts of clurtesv an1d attontion. at 1h4
hluasj of lie lailes of tie Monum n i I
A.sociatioi, o' the ueinbers. c~f tue ol
piglandiatftaion, and otf Me.srs l. sp
C."Robertson wldt J.m. steIvart' two
of our forier ftlow-townusnen; here- It
1. That ourv siicero thaniks are here- i
hv tendered to tihe ladies ot 1he Monu- to
niental Associatwm, to thie members of 11h
the Richliand Battalion, and to Messrs. t
Robertson anid Stewart, for their kind L
aid g*eierouis tioughttiaes for our th
welirare whilein oiu . .. cc
2. That, thle 111010 st ly to express l
our appreciatioi. of toi kin4iess Of fuy
Messrs. Robertson and Stewart, they be w
elected hoinorary inombers of the com1- 1)(
3. That, copies of the-foregoing pre- I
amble and resolutions be foriwarded to at
the Ladies' Moniiuumental Association, il
to tihe RiClhland Battalioni, an(1 to 1(
Mosrls. Robertson and Stewart1 aid at
that the same be published in thip of
Wilmsboi-o NEWs AND HEnALD, and el
the Colunbia Reyjiter. T]
AUDIToniS AND TIIEAsCnEn8.-COv
erunor simpson has recentixly made the th
follving" appointments: mi
Abbeville County-J. Wardlaw Per- ft
rin, Treasurer; J. Townes Robertson, bI
Aikae County-L. 11. Ransom, C,
Treasurer; J. A. M.Korgan, Auditor.
Anderson Coluty- WN. McGukin,
Troasurer; Thomas J. Webb, Auditor. &,
1arnwell County-Alfred Aldrich, Ie
Tircasu rer. C. E. Lurtigue, ~Auditor. t i
Becau for Coauity-B. B. Sams, Audi- b
Chuarleston County--P. C. Gaillard, na
Treasurer; W. G. Eason, Auditor. ni
(Chesterfileld County-T. F?. Malloy, '
Treasurer ; U. L. Evains, Auditor.
Colioton Cou nty-Johu D. Edwards, er
reasurecr. . m
Darlingt)on County-J. A. Law, wv
Treasurer ; James T1. Blristowv, Audi- b'
Edgefeid County-Bl. E? Nicholson, pl
Treasu rer. W1
Fat :-tield' Couty-James Q. Davis, CU
Trcasurer; I. N. Withers, Auditor. ~
Iloi l County-W1-. Wet'.rcah, o.
Trer;h; A.i R.iuu Nont, Auditor, tidm
Horrya CountyE. . tyCreat- ta
Trurer; . En Sill, Auditr.
Marion' County-G. A. McIntyre, tb
Treasurer; J. A. Smith, Auditor. en
Marlboro County-J. A. Peterkin,
re.asur1Ier; P. P. Meckuns, Auditor g
Oconcoe County-H. F.. Alexander, -o
Treasurer ;.Jolmn N. George, Auditor.3 yc
Richlaha County4-'W, 11. Gibbds,
Treasurer; ; JOltuti Dha, Auditor. ~
Sp)artanburg Couty-J.,H. Blassin- ar
game, Treasurer ; Benjamin Wofflord,
Sumter County--W. F. Hlaynes- h
Willliamelinrg County-W.R. Brook- a
inton, 'I r asure:; T. M. McCu.o'ien ar
York County-T. C. Robertson, cc
Treasurer. - h
Ini nearly all these ca'ses the new" ap hi
pointes are the foriner incumbents. sh
-Thno Eailroad and tho Telegraph. ,lo
We have thus far refrained from
saying anything additional ini regard i
to the removal of the telegraph office
to the freight depot, because-we hoped
that the railroad would show some re
spect-for the wishes-of its patrons anu i
bring-'theo office back to the contral fo
place In which it lias ailways1~been va
located. As we have failed, however, a
to detect any spirit of accommnodationi rc
In the road, wve wish to say something ,T
further that we kngu3 on this subject, jjf
Ever~ since we can remenxiber the te- iih
graph .office has been located in the
passenger depot. The operator was fo
paid partly by the telegraph company, cc
for geueral message, and partly by el
the railroad conmpanmy for - telegraphing I
its despatehes. Several months ago
the telegraph compamny ceased payinmg
.the operator anything ; and the plea the all
railroad makes Is that 1iocause it pays iu
the whole salary of the operatpr it has 'i
a right to do just what, it pleases, i're
gardless of anybody elso's. comfort. sa
In reply we have only tbesayfthat'tlif. '
railroad company '(tuloss -;it~ be i
changed in the last week or so, which
we dddbt,) does unot~ay 4ih$)abrefoi
one red cent more thlap t 3qa 'i.
dne. Xs -ni w( in
company. .The withmdrawal, of 'the '
tl4aphi comparny's portiop .the
safL y was purely a matteb lest*een
tself and 'th operator, and the
iilroad company bad no privity
iatever in their contract. Had the
tailroad been compelled to increaso its
nlota so as to pay the ffall salary pre
iously given, there imight have boon
mc excuso for deliberation whether
le road should show anl accommodat
ag or a selfish spirit. But if the road
as found it Wofitable -all this time to
av so imuch a month and send its
keSages from the passonger depot. it
n- make no objection to continuing
recisely the same arrangement. The
icaning of the contract is simply that
te road pays a certain sum monthly
> the telegraph company oit the trans
ission of its despatches, and it has no
round to interfere between the tele
raph company and the operator.
ho Western Union is a certainly illib
'al, but that is a matter for the opera
Ir to complain of, .not the railroad.
Ct, for months the operator has dili
3ntly and cheerfully sent all sorts of
essiages on his reduced salary. The
legraph company has thrown tl.e
cans of employment into his hands
r giving him the ue of the wires, and
Le railroad pays him for railroad do
>atches sent. The operator, we pro
ime, is willing to send Western
nion messages- in order to get a
mance to receive the fees from the
ihroad 'or its business. Thisi sort. of
ing's f rCeuemly done1. When the
ilroal iucreasesi its-i present salary, it
ill be time enough to discuss the
iestion of its right to inconvetnence
e business publc.
A PIERc-m AND A CARinNAL.-A
markiable jaragraph is published hi
le ot' the A. in!lo-Rolan papers re
ceding the ne.w EIglish Cardinal
(1 tbIe pIesent Prenier of England.
reads as follows:-On nmost Satur
tv .atternoons in the last year of the
st decade of the.. present century,
'o bovs, lived respectively n11ine and
e, mightmyve 1 n seen playing in
e grounds of Ulooumsbury square,
>ilon. The boys, both natives of
e square, onered the most complete
mntrast to each other in appearance.
te yonger, whose head was pro
so with lo'ig, black, glossy ringlets,
as a child of rare JeWish typo- of
!auty, and full of life and activity.
lie other was grave in. demeanor,
ore lihair' close cut, aiid walked
Ad talked and inovea in a way Which
young people is called "old-fashion
1." H[e was of ppre English race
the children dendtc 'these diffifr
ices as much as their appearanlees.
lie one was Benjamin D' Israell, the
her John Newman.
Sixtveight' years have pakssed since
en, and much has happened in the
eantime, but nothing more wonder
I than that the handsome little. Jew
>v should become a Christian and
Aine Minister of Protestant England,
Ad the Puritan lad a Catholic aind a
irdinal of the Holy Roman Church..
GENEIA,L GRANT AT BILLIARD.
>hn.Rusell Young in 11 Indian let
Itt tohe Now ark herald pays a
ibute to General Grant's skill as a
Iliardist. He says: The Maharajah,
I have said, plays billiqrds when he
not at prayers. He was anxious to
ove a gamne with the General. I am
tt enough of a bihla:'d-player to *do
stice to this gameo. I can never r'e
amber whether the red ball counts
ntat when you pocket it. The Gen
al played In an mndiscriminate, pro
iscuous manner, and made somec
and(ertXil shots in the way of missing
Ils he intended to strike. Mr. Borie,
bose interest in the General's ford
nies extends to billiards, bean -to de.'
ore those eccentric1 a erimmitdi;a
lien the General-sgid he -haud not plave
billiards fo'r "thiL'y ea'rs. lTfo
aharajah tried to lose thb;'tame,.ahil'
id to one of his attenudats ,that h
ais anxious to show the Oqmrkh t'
licate arak fliospytility. Su.
nnot imagine ia mom o .dinleunl~ttasi
an for one in full practice at billiards'
loe at d d e in)
ore points than I am wihlng to prinat
r' the gratinecation of the General's
emies. . ..- . -
A C ANDID OPINION.-AnI old lawyer,
mneus for his wise -and -candld: opin.
~.s, was the other day visitd.ba
ung attorney, who expla ied:
"I was admitted, to the bar two
are ag'o, and I think I know somie
ipg about law, yet the minute I
leo to address a jut y, I forget all nMy
its and can say~ nothing *Ndi, I
ant to ask you If this doesn't show
ukc of confidence in myself, and how
n I overcome it?"
Thme wvise attorney shut bhie eyes and
adled the eAse for a moment before
;My youn .friend4 if it is' lack of
undnc inforsef t wllsome day
nish; but itf It Is lack f brains 'on
a. better sell out your office' effects
d bur a pick-axe and long-hanled
"But how am I to determine?" anx
usrly asked the young mnan.
"I'd buty the pick-axe any~how and
vmy chances I" whispered the aged
viser', as he moved over ,to tlie peg.
r his overcoat.
A PETRIYIED STATE PRNTER. -The
utilsburg Patriot states that wheun
e remaitis of Mr. Benjamin Singerly,
rmerly State printer of 'Pennsyl
nia, were disinterfd at~ Plttsbiu
short thne agoNor the *purpyose
moval to Philadelphia, they'wore
und to have undergo'Ie petrification.
:1e entire face an4 .form seended as.
chiseled ini m~rblo, every? fd$attre and
teament behmig te'perfect as- in life.
r. Singerly weighed at the time of
s lleatiomd two years ago, nearly
ur hundre pounds, but the petrified
apgo 'weighed nine hundred and
~hg oun s, arnd a block and tackle
are lund necessary to raise It fikom
ALLa SAMEE.-He wvas a Chinaman
ghatly over , the bay and he rushed
to a Blake-street saloon excitedly,
shed up to tihe bar and ,oyled,xcted
"Whisked (ioeke.-tailld ?61 me, allee
rmce Mcean man."
J'he bar-hefer arr ~ the mittai
uide4 itp9t, and th hilnamnan pour
,g it down, art fox the door,
' before .the bar-ke~e r
of. a lub,. ths 'l Ial
as senno more of mn
..4ew is theb e ' nb~ to
Im~ Nwa Ar AWD.
A INDER' ANt) 1ta REWARD.
Du'll his first visit to Paris M. L
salle, distinguished Gernan, pr(
Se)ted hime)f-it thle house ofa -we
knowni lady, to whom he had sent. 1o1
ters of Introduction in advance. Who
the servant opened the door and receis
ed his caril she condicted him to (h
boudoir and .tid him to be seated
saying: "Madame will coine immedi
Presently the ]ad% entered. Sh
was in ditshabille and her feet wet
bare, coveed only with loose slipperk
She bowed to hini carelessly and said
"Ah, there you arc; good .orniin .'
She threw herself on a sofh, lot fall
slipper and reached out to Lasallo ie
very pretty foot.
Lasalle was naturally completoly a,
tounded, but lie rentembered that a
his home in-Germany It was the cuf
ton sometimies to kiss .a lady's haud
and he supposed it was the F4is mod
to kiss her foot. Therefore he did no
hesitate to imprint a kiss upon tiio fR
cinating foot so near him, but he couli
not avoid saying: "I thi ank yo,u la
dame, for tis new method of makin
a lady's acquaintance. It is much bet
ter and cortainly more generous thai
kissing the hand."
The lady jumped up highly indig
nant. "Who are you, sir, and whm
do you mean?"
fle gave his natne.
"You are not, tho, a corn doctor?
"I am clar'ned to say, madame, that
I am tot."
"Bit you sent ine the corn doctor
11. was true. La.sal;le in goinig oiu
thlat, morning' had plidete u!) tW 4o1ca1d
a' cur doctor trmuil oi- d pit
it in his i eket. Thi wilou glnIti
ing ati he had give: to the ser-vta:, who
hiAd ialkenu it to her1 iml '. resZi . Th;r
w%'as itothlitg to do but latuigh 'ovr it
-At Wiard's Corneh, Delawar<
county, Iowa, AI lred hush ow'ns -
French stallioni. Sihice he purchases
the animal, the latter, lias shown a
most vicious temper, and is uisaf<
and dangerous to handle. Mr. BJusi
has a sot about two years old, foi
whom the horse has formed a grea
atta'chment, and the two frolic togeth
or strangely. The boy will put hi
little hands in the horses inouth, put
out his tongue, seize his tail and swinl
with It, climb up his legs-ln .fact, di
whatever hig childish freaks prompt
For hours tiey thus play together, thi
horse appareitly enjoying it as well al
the boy, and, what is singular, th
horse will allow no one to coro neal
while the hoy is with him, and t
specially cautious about injuring thi
IA LF OF IT.-The other day a pretti
girl at one of the tables In the charit
fair offered a bunch of roses to a gei
"low much?" said the gentleman
a well known sharper at the Stoc
"Four do~ars," said the lady.
"Four dollars! Good heavens
madam, I might as well be robbed il
the street. However, maybe you'l
sell me half of it."
"Why, certainly," said the lady, an
with a clip of the scissors cut the rose
in two and handed him the stems.
"Two dollavs, if you please," sh,
He paid without another wor'd.
BE1 it enacted and ordained by .t11
i . Con Council of Winnsboro, 8* (1.
inCuclmet and by authority of (h<
That section 2 of an Ordinance relating
the disoharge of fire-arms etc.,, .wz'thia
the coroteg limits which reads . "T'Ita
anly purscn~ or persons whIo shall'discharg/
anly guku Or'ptatol'or set fite to; ekfibdel
or uso any squ~ierordlokor or 4ixplosive,
or any other dlscharge'of powde except
i h ~I oitg of o r ed p~ vell
-.ach offuhooe-rstusni' nO% :exceedinig ler
dollars: Provided, that on Cbtiatium
or otle rlacljdgy the~ use of fire:erptoken
Jare-wor -s aihd oilher lharmless explosivoe
shail-bo at the discretion of. the Intend
iant,'' be amended by inserting after th<
words "ten dellat-s" and boforo the worn
"lprov'idled" the following: "Or be im
prisonacInbt more than ton dayA."
JB9n9!1fn-oouncil, this thirtieth day of
\ .;. 1879, under tlie eorporate
saal o il aid Town Coutncil.
* JAS. A. BI[CE,
Attestwe *' -Intendant,
-. K8. CHANDLER,''
Clerk. . -
GO for the Bay State Shoe.
.J.M.BEAT & Co.
BUGENBEIMERI a GROEBOBNL'S.
P. 8.-One htandred. Parasol, at 9
NO WOOD, NO PAPER
I N the Stanidard Screw Baty Stat
Shoe. J. M. BMrr &Co.
get transtad of t sa tapatd at prices I
salt the tinarDlwthjumgeg $ons n'
0 ,rh im r, LATEST IMPROVED,
--l 1141 m *THR OOCH()j~-LY constructed
8EW P KO MA014 C.M ever Inlvenlted. All
-11 iho l1 wearing p are nro nmet oft'ileo 1311T
tS'TR-EL . C APo-F U L LY TEL.mpEaRED t
o ADJ USTADL.
t Easiest Throniled Shuttlo.
9 Tl 11 UV l0-OND uthout
U- g.jjn~j.j~ ok i
Tt I'N' !Is hat It
I. 0 'UNiON U. AR.Y
L : AD :ES'
8LW WE ESPOF.ULLY ve iwcll the
I Ti v agt ntion othe d to o urthe D -3
TIES ganTIE wti IES 100116
- Whitnacs, lack Lac TCo s
Sat~, iesof ll inds. cR
A augtf asstment of B Gows
in al colors an shades. Silk
Handkerchiefs -i great vaiiety.
Gloves I Glovesel Gloves !!I 1 ball
and look at them.,
TRIMMINGS I .TRIMMINGS I
ril ling, i 'L iln.r% 1Dress Itri
Torohoni~Ic ts-a; od I Nasortent~
- gfiI ,n hem :Wet to th laie
-XTA IoNDUC Eant in ocltiese
goods.n lArk1! & BRC.
ohlae asrten orancsiod.
Colore ct ands Sailk T fiers, andi
bus, ines men gea lly dsup e ,w
bA~n beauifulmastoent of Btern
inAll camlos hane oadeos. Seilk
de rchiesi torteat ovtriety. e
Gloehih wilopeseve Gle and wiCllk
I and look amt e l ow
Orldlboos, Lacs, shoutno ress Tre.
'rebon, bui ltso Eleaer Tfrminghe
formofor presaon assortme.
c4Thscn be oei t hres ladis
siblej tie INh ho eaETSaeil in the
goods, by ASt E. 3TOKE.,
tai~oner;V Bo ooke per..Bcalsoo
afnufactuer,~i No,1usiac. re
Sten ionyou a dr a onfce,an
muiess 8 .eai l, plodw
HF~n bCouny Adtonrtr, n.assr
Awaili es av e foldo os paesioi
StheR dayspesated,oc theyeo
direton -trnsi o ther tostaertof he
Wchy filorsv the Ad will vake
Whm ookwalmst awlnew6 .
Oldgewaylt, June sh9 n tonyb
Breb od, unbiket t au uo o2,
praldwelda'shorld e p . na ual
Duhs, nbe 6a ind th shestp
sbea time, itune 18a ana , n9. h
mot June 2o8 and d24.etle nda
aJenko whicle cJnote 25 a ' day
Mhonei, by un . 27Tand.
lnfaterl, JN, 180 a street.
WhiteU Oak, J. 0.
The ofea insr re pace.nsoo
?will be enh ffomlowtuoplace, and
from days teoi0ted for tah p er. of
receivireturak of the tayr of the
realty andth nersioa .r propert
Juondor..cntred them *0om
Guela.' Grove Junies betee
theagels or twntune. en sx
year, eek, Jhuse exmp a an, are
EAterve.2t Juny e of4ul 1.p
Wit. Otakh, Juy . TH
mahe -ffcea xthisloeb(nutdbor.)
re- n 1e0oa proeperty
v NEW GOODS
ALL VCOL Bunti-gs in Baci
>acats, Cashimros and Lawn-. L
Jolors. A largo assortment of
iwiss, Victoria Lwn, Piquso anm
Drilis and Cottonados. Also, 4
r4 Thirting and Sheeting, Plain and
0 CALICOES ! CALIC
zr A nice line of Hats in
our Shoo Stock is fuller than evc
Clothing in groat variety, ano
4 No baits thrown out to c:xtch th
P. S.-A large addition to our I
. few days.
FOR DESIGN AND WORK
Before making your purohasosaolsewl
LUMBER AT PRICE TO St
I keep on hand a full supply of
Coffins of the finest finish. Also, a P
BEST FAMeILY BE
The "'NEW AMERICAN" (a easity learned, dao
wlth lsse labor than any other machine. Il11
''. 'DOVEY. S'V --~~- M W. (
3. 0. BOAG, Agent for Fairdek1.
viorkmanship Is equal to
olegantly finished as a I
o highest awards at the V
tin. IT GEWS ONE-FC
acohines. its capacity Is
!i.SON MACHI NES sold
*o combined sales of all
ENDINO ATTACH MENT fc
IITHOUT PATCHINO, glvel
CORN AND HAY.
JUST Received-at the old stand of T.
U. Robert'so----0,000 pounds Timno
thy and Olover- Hay, Two Car Loadas
NORTH OAROINA CORN.
All of whioh will be sold very cheap for
mob 2 yO. D. MfoOA~tU.
,Tu1QN u~et imk ~ethe
and Co!ors. Black Crepe, Al
ioil Slitig.s in St ps and P1pii
Whito Goods, sutch as Jaconetf
Cambries. A full lino of Line.
1aesinero, Bleached and Brow
Figured Lawns, Cambrict, an<
1ES I CA LICOES 1i1
Straw, Wool and.' Felt.' 3
r, which fact sponuks for itsel t
I a full and completu stock of P'
e unwary. All Goods sold at
Totion Depar-en(t will 4rri
F. EL)E &
ANTED AS REPRESENTED.
R THAN EVER.
A now supply of Window
Shades, Picturo Frames, Pic
tures, Wall Pockets, Bracketa
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For pri<.s, call at tho first,
IT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICES
D TO MAKE TO ORDER.
Motalio and Rosewood Casos and
aeap stock of Cofns.
, W. PHILLIPS.
IT Is 'r118
'OMLY SEW INO MfACHlIN1
It hans Self-Selling Needle.
Never Bireaks the Thread.
Never Skips Clitches.
- Ia the ILlghtcst flununag
A Necw and Simpleo bevice
Winding the Bobbie
W7ithntt rn'onr theCrap (ror
tho pm .!ott, the To~ a rab1'
c~d in ccry respect the
is not c--t out of order, and wi!i do more wvrk
astrated Circular furnished on rpe~la
SWORLID R ENOWNE D
a Chronorneter Watoh, ane
1rst-blass Piano. It receive
lenna and Centennial Expc
URTH FASTER thatn othe.
unilnited. There are mnore
in the United States than
the others. The WILSON
rdoin g all kinds of repairlng.
1 FREE with each machine.
WING MACHINE CO.
ErLLs, U. B. A.
NEW RUlMMlER COOK.
1MPROVBM3NTr 09 187.
#0 DOZ8 N.O? ffi ~ f7
I4rfoottox~all a~dt ooh~ng a4
Always ~odg arid ilab14,
The m~ost satIstoty Atone zaa the
0* to fooulm.,
Tis standard article Is compound.
ed with the greatest care.
Its effects aie as wonderful and as
satisfactory as eve'.
It restores gray or faded hair to Its
It removes all, eruptions, itching
and dandruff. .- It gives the head a.
cooling, soothhig sopsation of great
coinrort, and 'the scalp by its use
becoies white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their nornial
vigor, preventing baldiiese, and mak-'
ing the hair grow thick and strotig. t
As a dressing, nothing has beca
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M U., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, s ", .4Tie con
stitudutnt are pure, aind carcfuligy go
lected for excellent quality ; an, 1
consider it the BEs'T PREPARATIOg
for its intended purposes."
Prico, One Dollaro'
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on. to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir
able shade, to brown or'black, at dis
cretion. It is easily applied, being hi
one preparation, and quickly and ef
fect~ially produces a permanent color,
which will neither rub nor wash off.
NanyUfaotu'ed by R. P. HALL & CO.
- NASUUA, N.M.
m by aU Vnutat, Asa IDam a Noti
,iOLE Agetit for Winnsboro for
Nathan Bros. 1863 Old Cabinet
Ryo -'Whiskoy. F. \V. HABENICHU',
Rear of Town Hall.
J U S Tr
At the Winnsboro .Dry Goodl,
Fancy Goods and Millinery Bazaar
i second lot of now, cheap and ele.
gant goods. Millinery and FatQiy
Goods ii all tho latest styles and
novelties of the seasofi. Mrs. Boag;
having a first-class milliner to assist
her in this Department,' is fully pre..
parod-to please the most-fastidious,
ind will tuke pleasure in doing so.
A beautiful line of Silk and Cotton
Parasols; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' Jabots and Ties; or Scarfs.;
Dress Goods, Buntings, Poplins,
Silks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimmungs
-in fact a lull stock of such. goods
as are usually found in a first-class
Millinery, Dry Goods and Fanocy
A beautiful line of'- ladies' and
Children's Slippers, Gaiters and
Shoes i also, a nice assortment of
A full and fresh stock of Family
Groceries: Baconi, Meeal,- Flour,
Corn, Sugars, Coffees, Soap,
XIn short, you can find all yoi .want
at J. 0. BOAG'S, and as chpap .as
the same goods can be bought any
where. Don't foiget to call, No
trouble to show goods.
Sixteen now and first-.class Sewing
Machines to be in, store in a day, or
so. 'The 'New and -Improved Verti
cal Feed Davis, kX. P. F. ; also,.tho
New and Improved Amneican, rang.
ing in p rice fron $20 upwardse
Thiese Maichines are from the faoto%
rios of good, responsible comp anis,
and are warranted to be just as
represented. . .BA
Agent for Fairfield Couni't.
may 8 . .
BES Philaitelphia Lager Be
fresh every day at F.-W.HAsa~
macn's, Bear of Town Hall.