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TOWN AND COUNTY.
TiMEDAY 1Iftftm , Dray 27, 1879.
Tvtnrs op Tim NFws AND IfIEnA1.D.
Sri-w ey e(i.iin, four (ollars pr
annlfufl, inl advane.; weLekly (eitioni,
two dollars and tlxity cen1ts p.ufillnnutm,
in ad'vaneo. Liberal discount, to clubs
of live and upwards.
RATES OF Aiv ri'IsN(.--On (10dllar
per inch for the first insertion, v dd
1ifly cents per ipch for cach subsen elit
insertion. These rates apply to -ill ad
vertisenients, ol whatevor natto ce, and
are payable strietly il idvancie. Con
tracts for three, six or twel e iionths
made oil very liberal terms. Tran
Sient local notices, lifteen ecnt per
line for the first Insertion and seven
an1d on1e-h1alf cents per line for each
subseq -mnt insertion. Obituaries anld
tributes ) respect charged ats adver..
isents. Simiple announicements ot
manrriages and deaths published free or
charge, and solicited.
All comiunilet.ions, of whatsoever
nature, should he addressed to the
Wiinsboro Publishing Company,
Winnsboro, S. C.
For Sale-D. R. Flonniken.
E We are requested to state that the
entertainment announced to take place
this evening at the Thespian Hall, has,
owing to unavoidable circumstances,
been postponed to Thursday evening.
We under~staiid that there will be a
good deal of criminal business for the
Court of Se;sions next week-a still
cient, number of cases, probably, to en
gage the attention oft lie Court during
the greitter part of the week.
PrRasoNAt.-WO are pleased to see
in towi Mr. A. F. Goodlig, who Was
for som years a residont of Winnsboro,
an1d here made a large number of
filen1-. Mr. (o.ini)g is no0w ellgged
in business in lhrleston, wlither lw
went. last September. and is on a short
visit to Win nsboro for. the benefit of his
health. We trust he naiy find his" stay
so pleasait aid benellcial as to nake it
a long one.
CAROLINrA M ITA vY INSITUTE.-WC.
have received from Col. John P.
Thomas, Superintendent of the Caroli
na Military Institute, an invitation to
the C(ommencemeat. exercises of that
institution. The Comnmencement ser
mon will be delivered on Sunday
evening, Jnne 8, by Rev. Wi Atkin
son, Principal of the Charlotte Insti
tute for Young Ladies. The annuad
examination of the Cadets will be held
from the 91h1 to the 13th of Juie, in
clusive. Onl the evening of the 12th
there will bo dei3laniation by members
of the fourth class, with orations and
essays by iembers of the second and
the third class. The regular Com
mencenent exercises will be held on
the morning of June 13. These will
consist of orations and essays by mom
boers of the graduating class, the con
ferring of diplomas by the Superin
tendent, and the annual address before
the Corps of Cadets, to be delivered
this year by Rev. Ellison Capers, of
THlE HAlIfPToN RIFLE GUARD.
A Pleasant Time in a Beautiful Grove
Shooting rMatohes for the Drave Soldier
Boys and for the Fair Lady Friends--Theo
Winneri of the Diaorent Prizos.
7RPOT 11 O TUE NEWS AND NERALD.]
Last Thursday was a lovely day, tend its
loveliness was heightened by the recol
bection of other days that were sombre,
when rain) rather than sunshine wias
the rule, and by the preseu~ce of the
*beautiful ladies who are always ready,
when duty or plea'sure calls, to answer
At half-past nine ..'clockc the Hamp
ton Rifle Guard assembled at their
*rendezvous and marched in column of
fours to the picturesque amphitheatre
owned byDr. J. D. Palmer (to whoic
courtesy the community is largely in
debted for many pleasant visits to this
trysting deli) where sparkles the
most deliceus of springs, and where
the rivulet dances in the sunlight and
sings merrily as it flows out to the
sea. When the company reached the
grounds the ladies had already arrived
in large numbers, and were elljoying
the day. The genuine Creedmioor
target was quickly placed in position,
and the firIng by the Hampton Rifle
Guard began promptly, the men firinag
three consecutive shots, each without
rest. The judges were Col. B.E. Elkin,
Col. HI. C. Davis and Dr. John D.
Palmer. They reported as follows:
Private Joseph Simpson, first prize
Private George Rhine, second prize
Private Hlaynes, third prize--score,
Private Walter Rufi', tin cup-moore,
This accomplished, the Rigeway
Rifle Team, composed of thirteeni
ladies, commanded by Lieut. WNm. G.
Hinnant and Sergt. C. Lowther, were
marched to the front Wyhere a comfort
able chair was provided and a rest for
the sporting rIfle--calibre 8. Each
one of the team fired three consecutive
shots, and surprised the beholders by
their nerve and soldierly qualities. So
conspicuous was their bravery that an
old veteran present declared his in
tention of "raising - a regiment of
sharpeshooters, to be composed entirely
ofiadies,forthe next unpleasantne~ss."
The genitlemen who acted as judges for
the Hampton Rifle Guard performed
the same office for tihe Rifle Team, and
~reported as follows:
' Miss Nannie Edrhunds, first prize
Mrs, R. .5. Desportee, seoonld prise
Affas Lillie frovende, third'prire'
The awards W. die IHampton Bide
* tnpd woere made by Maj. Charles E.
ho a f bOestiftdl and sptitited
address, which was loudly applauded.
Those provided for the ladies wore
presented by Col. B. E. Elkin in a very
pleasant and gracefil manner.
Tie collation furnished by the Guard
and tile coinmunity generally was
bountiftil and luxurious, and catiutl
fu!l satisfaction to the e'Vw wli, felt
(before dinner) that somethitig wa's
wanting to lii to the fullest the iost
gala of days, and to give the rose color
to the emerald surrounidings. DAmos.
Take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral to
stop your colds, coughs and bronchial
aflections before they run into con
sumptionl that you cannot stop.
-Up to last Wednesday .about $8,
000 of the May instanenit of taxes had
been collected in Chester county.
-S. E. Gaillard, the colored ex-sena
tor from Charlest an, who went to Li
beria on the Aor, died there a few
-Hon. John C. Shephard, Speaker
of the louse of Representatives, was
married on Thursday to Miss Helen,
daughter of Judge W. 11. Wallace, of
-There was no meeting of stock
holders of the Chester and Lenoir
tailroad Company, atNcwton, on the
15th instant, a majority of the stock
not having been represented.
-The Rev. John G. Law, having
been called to the pastorate of the Dar
li!igton Presbyterian Church, has en
lered upon his labors in that congrega
tion with a view to becoming its pas
-larnwell county will harvest more
small grain this year than she has ever
(lone before. This speaks well for] her
planters, and it is to be hoped that
-hey will increase the yield two fold
-The temperance workers In Ander
Sol cotnty are Imaking strenuous ef
t'orts to revive all the dorinait divis
ion1s withini Its limits, as well as to es
!ablish new ones in every section
where there is none.
-Since the first of January last
there have been received at the rail
m101ad depots of Chester 1,638 tons of
g.nato and acids. The recejpt.s la-t
Star were something more than 1,200
tons, showing an increase In favor of
this year of 400 tons.
-Joshua Y. Jones, formerly sheriff
of Abbeville county, whose unraccount
ible disappearane more than a year
ago was the subject of such widespread
comment and has ever since remained
ai mvsterv. has at last been heard from.
lie is hoding cattle on the wild wes
tern frontier, and, exposed to Mexican
raid and Indian foray, is making up
eiough money to return home in the
fall and make good the losses of his
-The Abbeville Press and Banner
savs: "Green Callahan, a- respectable
colored man of the Bordeaux section,
was in town, last Saturday, paying
taxes. He was the first to pay last
year. He Is now the sole owner of
640 acres of land, which is assessed at
$2,800, which was bought and paid
for since the war. He has done this
and supported a large family. Let us
hear no more of the unprofitableness of
farming in Abbeville county."
--Mad dogs are getting numerous in
Pickens county. Not long since one
bit a little son of Mr. Nroah Saxcon
while playinug in thie yard. On Sunday
last the town was terribly excited by
thne appearance of one on the streets.
The dog passed down Malin street
pursued by a large crowvd of men and
Doys, with guns, p)isto1s, clubs anid
rocks. Mr. J- C. Griffin, who was
mounted, pursued and overtook the
dog. and soon dispatched him with a
-Otn Friday afternoon, Mr. II.
Berkmann, ofdharleston, went Into his
room, in rear of his clothing and dry
goxls store, and lay down as he had
b een in the habit of dohing. The attena
tion of some member of his family be
ing attracted to him, lie was found to
be insensible. Physicians were im
mnediaztely sent for, but one arrived
only In ti me to see the patient die. A
paper which had contained morphine,
found ntear him, told the story of lisa
sudden death. There Is no explana
tion obtainable of' the act, the deceased
having, so far as is knowvn, given no,
one any reason to anticipate it.
xxJV raon wa DAY,
.-The spring meeng of the Pimlico
course, at 1$alimorce dosed on Satur
day. Among the notables present
wvere Senators .Bayard, Beck and
-It Is stated that Mr. Beecher's
lecture agent has o0'ered Mr. Jefferson
Davis $400 per night for a given num
ber of lectures, It is not supposed,
however, that he will accept, busily
enmgaged as lie is upon his book.
, The menagerIe establishmnent of J.
W. French near Detroit, Mich., was
destroyed ifire on Thursday. The
elephant, " iltan," five lions, a zebra,
a leopard and many other valuable
animals were cremated. Loss heavy,
-S. Kelly, a white man, was hang
ed at Blackshear, Ga., on Friday, for
wife murder. He confessed and said
the man who caused him to kill her
was present. There were 1,600 people
present. The prisoner- died appar
-Horace Waters & Sons, of New
York, dealers In pianos and organs,
have made an assignment for the
b~enefit of their creditors. Their. lia
bilities are estimated at *60,000 and
total preferences on promissory notes
amiounting to 646,617.42. The failure
Is due to deopression in trade and diffR
culty in collecting bills.
-In a difficulty at Culpeper, Va.. on
Friday, between D. M. Beam, editor
of the Culpeper 7Vme., Philip M.
Jones and G. W. Jamison, seven pistol
shots were fired by the different par.
ties. Ream was shot in the abdomen,
and it Is thought fatall - wounded.
Jonell received a bali in te shoulder.
Jamison, who did most of the firing,
was not hurt. Jamison was commit
ted to jail.
-FAx-Governor Seymour, of New
York, in a recent interview, expressed
the opinion that President Hayes'
vetoes- will "unite the Democratic
ptyand lift it out of the troubles
spriging from the difibrenoes .,of
"minon about candidates andc dnandeg.'
Tlae Dernoerts of all eledes and seo
tions 'will 14 of one sunG about the
.-/...he sl b
bales, at an too I 09%t
pf on.iO been so
excited a sene on $eetton echang
for a long while a- Was witnesqed be~
Tuesday and Monday, consequen
upon advancos of a strong market i
-At Kingston, Ga.. on Fridaj
morniig, Thoinjooy, and Joseph Mjor
ri.. bthetIrS. V' al& dI the oI 1 or1i
nancei0 by tir"r pi$al., lurroughPi's
tie town ( . , .0 , c>i le 3. ed atI& i (I') 1
iht, each;). . - >.u:A ' dt).1.%1orr-i thfi)jlo)we<
Bhrrrouvihs ; ("he <14.1p1t ald slappe,.
his laice. liuans..ighs (rew a stick
Joseph Morris siapped i pistol a
Burroughs. who coinienced firing o
his ossailantts, and retreat ing across thi
railroad track. Tihe Morrisses ad
vallced and cmptied their pistols, am
then threw rocks until b-h fell fron
wounds. Thionipson died in thirt
minutes. Joseph wias mortalli
-Absalom W. Ford was hanged a
Lake Charles, La., on Friday, for thi
m r ter ol' Joseph Bazee in 1878. Ili
broke jail last winter after seitoice
and was recently recaptured in lien
derson, Texas, after being desperatel,
wounded. lie afterwards broke hi
wounded leg in attempting to escap
from lienderson jail, and consequent)l
had to he sipported by the sheri ani
his deputies to the scaitfid, where hl
was seated in a chair. Though suffer
lng intense pain from his woundei
leg, his features remained coimpose
during the reading of the death war
rant and the pravers of the priest. 11
occasionally pIfled a eigar, looket
composedly at tihe sky and at the
crowd of over five hunidred personi
present. Ile did not show the slight.
est tremor. His conitortions wer
violent for five iniiutes, and he live
nearly twenty minuses.
1low 14. So.v..o I-r.-Heferriig ti
a late inquiry of the Pioneer Pre
for the plural of "'goose,' a 1ialori
irion, the La Crosse (Wis.) (C4ronich
tells how a Dowin East countiry ner
chant solved the philological problom:
"Ills first order was: 'Please send mnc
two tailor's gooses.' Not. satisfied
with the grammar, and fearing to be
laughed at, he destroyed that and
wrote: 'I'llase 'send me1 two nilor'.
geese." After this was sealed and
posted lie became afraid of' receiving
a shipment of live geese, and obtAkinCt
the letter from the post-offile. Foi
two days he thought of little else thai
how to wvord his order so there (ol01
be no mistake, with the following re
sult: 'Please send ine oie tailor'i
groose-and send ine another just lik4
FEW very fine thorough blood pigs
the best in the county. Seventy-fiv
days old, and will weigh seventy-fiv
pounds. D. R. FLENNIKEN.
AND 11.ft CO'D:
Consisting of 200 pieces Calif',
10 pices Muishin. 25 piewes Piqa
W hite an i Fitzure,.1, 100 pies
t3leache i Dnmestie, all seleet, branud
New~ York Mill, Wamntta ane
Finit of the Loom.
D)ress Goodls in all styles ana
quality, All Wouol Bnntings, Gash
-neres, Cottonades and Brow.
OUR~ STOCK OF CLOTING,
Boots, Shoes and Hats is comnolete
whieb we sell at very low' pries
'Al we ask is to give us a trial befor<
buying elsewhere, as we take part
tieoular pains in showir g our goods
OUR NOTION AND MILLINERY
Department is full of New Goods
aind Styles. Ladies' Gloves fron
one to six Buttons in Lyle Thread
and Silk. Ladies', Misses' ani
Children's Hose in all styles ani
colors. F~ans and Ladies' Neck Woal
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENgON
Collars and Cuffs and many style
100 Parasols at 25 cents each.
100 Neck Ties at 5 cents each.
.25 pairs Boys' Button Gaiters,
worth $8.00, for $1.00-Nos. 10, 13,
and 1 to 4.
One lot Women's Shoes, Nos. 8
and 4, at 50 cents.
One lot Gents' Shoes, worth $3.00,
sold for $1.00.
Remember all these will only be
sold for the- next:
at these prices, before taking stoeli
and a change of the firm.
SUGENHIM E GR CHE.
NO WOOD, NO PAPER
IN the Standard Screw Bay Stat
Shoe. J. M. Bamr & Co.
AT THE MORRIS HOUSE~ you cat
get transient or regular board at prices t<
suit the times, with acoommo4atlons no
surpassed in Winnsboro.
* A.A ~l Onn8
no DEST, LATEFST IMPROVED,
.it most THOrfOUNH.Y cons3vtcwce
%EVlNO MACH trC: ever invent. ani
'hlie wearilng ptrtn re uimie or the OroT |
STECL, CAREF1.' LLY T1MPCRED F
awl are ADJUS3TADLL.
It I-an tho A rVTOMA T7 v'-rE N ,ON It
has tIo .-ARGE1921 J)jso jA; It Iiu the
EaViest Threaded Chuttlo.
The BOBBINlS are WOUNID withlout C
RUNNING or UUTBRREADING tle
It has a s.3r.PFrTTrN< ?EEDLEi It
hias a AL fJor regtliniing tho I)gtih otstitch,
wITO1UT TE.'JN(I; It Jats It 3 ARGE
SPAE 'tinter the nrnk; ILt In NOKS1Ej%1s.
.q14oi an noro pol: .its is t l-LErNoV than
all ollicr IjittLhines~ cojoiblici.
41-Agents vanted In loCelities
whoro we aro not reprosomnd.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
FANCY 0 GODS.
E BIRESPECTFULLY call the
attention of the ladis to our
large assortment of Fancy Goods.
TIES I TIES ! TIES I I I
White Late Ties, Black Lace Ties,
Colored Lace Ties, Silk Ties, and, in
fact, Ties of all kinds.
A beautiful assortment of Bows
in all colors and shades. Silk
FIandkorebiefs in great variety.
Gloves! Gloves! I Gloves !! ! Call
and look at them.
II3MMINGS I TRIMMINGS !
White anil Colored Hanmburga,
T illings', L cs Linen Dress Tritu
:, an i lots of cther T'rimmings.
-iic on t !eina good asortment
af tdiom. We offer to the ladies
CX I.'RA INDUCEMENTS in these
~Otdlf. Mc~MASTERL & 1BRICE.
NOW IS THE OPPORTUNITY
AVAIL YOURSELF OF IT!I
Pre ierve your books, periodicals,
.iwapaperai and music.
State, county and railroad officers, and .
usiiness men geneni ily, supplied with
dlank boo'ts made to any y attern.
All families have old books, poriodi
~als, newspapers, music, &e., wiclh they
iesir3 to transmit to their posterity. Then
HAVE THEM~ REBOUND!i
hl~iih will preserve them and will make
them look almost as well as new.
Old books, &e., should not only be
rebound, but the current literature of the
present clay should be pu t in a durable
:ormi for preservation ats welt.
This can be donb in the shortest pos
ilbie time, with the best material, in the
most handseone and duratble style, and at
9 rico which cannot be dui 1 ca.ed any. c
where, by E. R. STORES,
3,ationer, Bookbinder and Blank Book
dIanufacturer, No. 155 Main street,
OOraxara, 8. 0.
pa- Send in your omders at one,
T HE County Auditor, or an sosint,
L. wIll be at the following places on
the days designated, for the purpose of'
receiving returns of the taxpayers of the
oounty, for the next fiscal year, wis:
Woodward's, June 0 and 7.
Uidgeway, June 9 and 10.
Bthewood, June 11 and 12.
Gldden's Grave, June 13.
Caidwell's Store, June 14.
Durham's, June 16 and 17.
Bear Creek, June l8 and 19.
Horeb, June 23 and 24.
Jenkinsvifle Juno 25 and 26.
Montloelao, J'une 27 and 28.
Feasterville, June380 and July 1.
White Oak, July 8.
The office at this plaee (Winnsboro
will be open from 1st to5th June, and
fron 4th to 20th July. Eneh tax payer is 4
re nfred to make return on oath of all
reai and personal property
owned or oontrolled by them on
I une 1st. All oltizens between
, ho ages of 4wenty~.ont ad sizty
mra i, exoept those exempt bylaw, are
required to make return of their poils,
AI'ter the 20th July, apenalt of fit per
cent, attaches. I, N. WVITHERS,
may 8 -txtf . County Auditor, t
- LOW PRICES
ASTONI8U 20O ! LOOK :
Sugar-Gured Uneaassed aams at 10 A
Fresh lb6 e
~~. ~ ui the ~ sil~
I~teat *t~ buat to ?'lq 4
ALL WC TL Imii -g ii lit e
pac.rts, , -.4 I1, c:C. .:d I I I1 .wu's. I
U0olors. A% lar1go assor-uuentA Of
Swiss, Victoria Lwn, iques 1a
Drills and Cottolaldo.s. Als3o,
i Shirting and Sheoting. Plain and
CALICOES I CALI(
A nico line of H-t it
)Nr Shoe 0 stock i foloe than cv
Clothing in great varicty, i
4 No baits thrown out to catch t
g tim %to Profit.
P. S.-A largo addition to our
FOR DESIGN AjND WOR]
3ofore making your purchases olsov
LUMBER AT PRICES TO S
I keop on hand a full supply o
offins of the finest finish. Also, a
3EST FAMILY 81
rhe 'NEW A MER1CAN" Is easily learned, di
wlth less labor thana any othaer machloc. I
0 . BOAG, Agent for Fairficld,
workmanship is equal t<
:-; elegantly finished as a
'e highost awards at the'i
tions. IT SEWS ONE-F'
nchines. Its capacity is
YII.SON MACH INES .sold
he combined salos of al
JIENDINC ATTACHMENT f
WITHOUT PATCHINO, give
JORN AND HAY.
TrUST Reeelved-at the old stand of T.
J i. Rtobertson--80i,000 pounds Timo
by and Olover Hay. Two Car LoadI,
N4ORtEI CAROLINA CORN.
ot c whioh will b.sold levy .heap fo1
moh 22 JNO. D.' oOA~tL5
TH 1IS ISPRING.0
A.n1!n Sib i n IItem:Istripes and1( P1hu
White Goodsl suchl as Jaconet
I Cambrics. A full lino of Lin
Cassimeros, B3lehed an~d Brow-1
Figured Lawns, Caubrics, an
I Strnw, W~ool en1 Felt.
vr, whichi fat, speakso for i,,;, '
Id a full and1l lm uok 14
ho unwary All Goods sold .
Notion Deparftment will arrive
F. ELDER & CO.
1111.1A C0FFE. '
'MANSHP UNEQUAL1 ED.
1ANTED AS REPRESENTED.
R TIAN EVE I.
A now sipply Cf Windov
Shades, Picturo Frames, Pie
turcs, Vall .Pockets, ]3rackets
Mirrotrs, Spring Bods;, Mat
tresses, aind Children Car.
For pricos, call at tho firBf
UIT THE TIMES.
( DONE AT MODFRATE PICEF
DD TO MAKE TO ORDER.
F Metalio and Rosewood Caseos and
cheap stock of Coffins.
L, W. PHILLIPS.
ONLY SaWING MrACHINT
WHICH 11.%1 A
It has Sel(bSetting Nccle.
-Never lIrtaks tho Thread,
Never Skipa Stitches.
Is t:he I.gtetA R..ning
-'I IT UAu
A New, and Shlniple oycec
Winding the Dobbh
Ibu $ h' :21 he I. i. .tr p r o
T.iotinplezt, tho :.os Durebi
ar~d i:x oevery respect th.
3Cs not Lget Out cf order, and wi! do rmora w. rk
|Iustrated Circuliar furniahei.d on.: .ci in
E WORLD RENOWNED
a a Chronometer Watch, ant
flrst-class Piano. It receiver
hienna and Centennial Expc
DURTH FASTER than othe.
unlimited. There are more
in the United States than
I the others. The WILSON
or doin g all kinds of repairing.
n PREEK with each machine.
KING MACHINE CO.
ILL., U.S. A.
1NEW SUMMlYERt COORC.
1MPOVECMENT OF 18T9.
Perfoot for all k i6et QO0006 n.1X~
The dost $se
Tms standard artiq
ed with the greitost
Its effects are as
satisfactory as eye
It restores gray or
youthful color, of Moitpe
It removes all Ws old1 respec
and dandruir. Ifrried 78 e ears.
cooling, soothingies, the young
comf'ort, and tuno It wits feared
becomes white .heard from in
By Its tonic
the capillary gl&nd sawed thn
vigor, proventiig ba ro
ing the hair grow thick an
As a dressing, niothing I
found so effectual or desiral
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State \As
of Massachusetts, says, ",
stittlents are pure, and care
lected for excellent quality ;
consider it thO BEST PREP
for its intendled purposes."
Prico, One DoUari.
FOR THE WH'
relied on to change the
board from gray or any 6t.
able shade, to brown or b
cretion. It is easily appi a
o preparation, and quil
fectually produces a pernwi -
which will neither rub n. nearly
Manufactured by R. Pts or bar
6114 by AU Dnggishi, 5au Duhlt
L.D ][ rcent.
Q OLE Agent for Wimnj0*
i Nathan Bros. 1863 ON,
Ryo Whiskey. F. W. H
Rear of Town 1all.
J U S T
At, the Vinnsl-oro D ry
Fancy Goods and Millinery 1
a second lot of now, cheap an
gant goods. Millinery and Fiqri
Goods in all the latest styks a
uoveltios of the season. Mrs. 13
having a first-class Milliner to a
her in this Department, is fully.
pared to ploaso the most fastiQU
and will tako pleasure in doin4
A beautifual line of Silk and
Parasols ; CoreetE, - Kid Gle
Ladies' Jabote and Tios or Sea-fQ
Dress Goods, Buntings, Poplin
Silks, Buttons, Fringes, Triminig~
~-in fact a full stock of such goo ca
as are usually found in a first-clapss
Millinery, Dry Goods and Fane~
A beautiful line of ladies' andy
Children's Slippers, Gaiters an#f ~
Shoes ; also, a nice assortnient of~
A fall and fresh stock of Famnil'
Groceries : Bacon, Meal, Flour,
Corn, 'Sugis, Coffeces, Soap
Jn short, you can find all you want
at J1. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheap as d
the same goods can be bought any
whoe. Don't forgot to call. Noe
trouble to show goods.
J. 0. BOAG.
Sixteen ne w and first.-class Sewing .
Machines to be in stoi'e in a day or
so. The Now and Improved Vertid
cal Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, th
Now and Improved American, rang '
img in price- fron $20 upwarded
Thoso Machines are from the facto'
ries of good, responsible companie~
and are warranted 1to 1be just a4
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for F'airfield Oounty.
BEST iadelbhie aar er,
rehevoty day F. BE
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