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TOWN AND COUNTY
SATU1ii4'k ktm11m0,. May 31. 17C
T;nusq TipNws-- AND HEUA.u
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vertisements, of whatever nato Ce, aM
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and ono-ha.f cents per Hine for cac
subsequentisertion. Obituaries an
tributesiof respeot charged as adver
tisenents. . Simple announcements o
lmarriages and deaths publisheid fo o
chIArge, -And seljetted.
A-lld.inmmunications, of whatsoovel
nature,. should be addressed to ti
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Winsboro, S. C.
A Penny Saved-W. H1. Donly.
Fairfield Fire Engine Company-J,
E. McDonald, Secretary,
Mr. Boag, the agenlt for Fairfield, ha
recently sold quite a niumber of the
Davis.gewing Machines, and in every
case they, bave giveni the greatest satis
faction. - The Davis is decidedly onc
of the very best miachines in.'Ie maloet,
Mr. )im. 11. Donley advertises in tis
issute "of TnIi: NEYSAND HIDnALD 501)c
new goods, which buyers will do well to
look after. -1p addition to Ilis usual
wellselected assortment of groceries,
wi.nos and liquors, he has recently got
in some very fne old rye, whiskey and
sone fit-raUl cider. Tlieso 1ro good.
We know tis, fir--wp have tried
RiTaious.--S6rvies mvay be o
peeted in the different churches to
norrow as follows:
Assoqiate Reformed Chuch-Rev.
W.11. Ii ilIe. 11 A. 51.
Episcophl'Chirdh-Rev. J. Obear,
11, A. 51.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. 11. B.
Pratt, 11, A. m. and 4j, r. Ar. Sundqy
School, 91 A. '. Prayer Niecting,
Vednesday, 44, r. r.
Methodist Church-Rev. W. A.
JRogers, 11,' A. 'Ar., anid 8, P, At.
Sunday School, 10, A. M. Prayer
Meeting on Thursday at 8, t. At.
MISSIONAny ADDRESS.-ReV. J. B.
Hartwell, a missionary w'hio has spent
twenty-one years of his life among the
Chinese in their iative country, and
is familiar with thoir customs, lan
guage and mode of living, will doliver
a lecture oil next Monday night, the
second of June, in the Baptist church,
in i'e'rence to thlese people in thcir
native land ; and will also touch upon
-the important problem whmich their
their emigration to the United States
prsents to the Christians of this coun,
county. Tihe public are huvitedi to at
BouND VoL~U~M s.--We have rcently
received from Mr, E. R,. Stokes, the
well known book-binder of Colum~lbia,
the bound files of the Fab field HIerald
from June 20, 1866, to October 1, 187G,
and of the wveekly NEws ANjD JIPnA L
from October 1, 1877, to October 1,
1878-the volume of 1876-77 having
previously ben bound. These vol
tmes furnish a compllete local history
of our county for twelv;e years, and are
fiull of Interest. Weo value them veryv
highly.-Mr. Stokes' part of the work
is donle in his usual admirable manner,
and shows him to be a master of his
trade. We be-speak for himthe pat
ronage of all who desire anything in
his line of business.
TH E .UXBT RIONIC CLUB.
First Entertainment of the ?rosgnt Season
--A Fine Success, and an Evening a(leap
nye for Everybody.
Thespian Hall was fillled on Thurs
dlay evening wvith a select audience, to
witness the entertainment of the His5
trionlo Club. A great deal of care
had been taken lbi preparing the ,tab
leaux and easting the piece. The
scenery was new and handsome, and
added greatly to the effect. Thme first
tableau, "Crowning the Floral Queen,"
was very striking, and produced a
beautiful effect. Then followed the
fine four-act drama, "Better than
Gold." The first act ons with the
death of a rich old followv, Gordon,
who leaves a wvill of which the con
tent -are unknown. The dramatis
peoi'ae are Dick Gordon, a prodigal
son and outcast. Gilbert Murdock, a
younger son by private hmarriage and
a peraon' of high Integrity, Lawyer
Perchant who prepared the will, a
blundering clerk, Tomi Payson, whoe
has'inislafd the will, Belle Gordon, a
near rolatiVe bf the d6eesed, and ani
expectant cheir, Mrs.- Garfild, the
housekeeper, adi~Vh& daughtor Annte,
who loves and is loved, by ?Jurdock,
and Jonfie Joy', with whmont Payson is
desperately enamored. While old
Perchant'ib hunting for the will Paysof
ends it and privately tells the contents.
One dollar goes to the prodigal, hand
somihlegaeies to the others, and th(
bial~ef the plaplerty to, Vurdock and
Blel Go6d~di'ieonditioni that they
marry, and threatening forfeiture to
either that reftses the compact.' Belle
govee tlhe jr'edigal and Gilbert
loves Annie, and the pro diga
believes ho can makq one o the othel
violate the eozditio f I mnakea
Murdook taste liguuo tfAb.rat Uti
and get drunk, and pt4 Pa soui t4
but pepsto b6Y*beeb lpg13al
deti theo fennkela Ol ,*tlis S
ten~ ~ mA~, ooz4W
jer, who also expects a legaoy, and
expresses groat grief at his master's
loss. The second and third acts show
that Murdoek has married Belle, that.
they do nothing but quarrel, that
Murdock has been led to drink and has
lost all his property to the outcast who
now becomes mas'er of the house,
I He addresses Anile, but Is repulsed
with scorin. Old Perchant marries
Jennie Joy and L4 terribly hellpecked,
while poor Payson, robbed of his
sweetheart, also gets out at elbow by
I hia udsmanagement. Murdock and
his wife separate, and the lattor, for
bread, comes to the n'audulent owner
and asks a place as housekeeper, al
though wheu in her pride she had
spurned. Gordon gloats over her mills
fortune, and here Milrdock comes In
and has desperate fights with Gordon,
and in the melee accidentally kills his
own wife. Here the enrtain falls on a
startling tablenu. The iburth act
opens with Murdock and Paysoun in
a drunken sleep on the floor, and old
Asa trying to awake them. A gun
is heard, and both spring to their fect.
Tihe outcast conies in, gun in hand.
Ile has been hunting. Whn Murdock
gets ovpr his bewilderment, he dis
-covers that the palst two acts are but a
hideous dream, and that the shot that
killed his wife was only tijo report of
the fowling piece. le was still sin
gle. Frightened by the vividness of
the vision, lie forswears liquor, and
decides to forfeit the estate and marry
sweet Annie Garfield. In the mean
time Mrs. Garfleld tolls tho outcast
that his father forgave and blessed him
on his,dying bed, and this sottens the
young man to tho polut of true reperit
anbe. Mu'dock 'and Belle Gordon
nutally refusp to marry, and the for
mer takesAiuueanal the latter marries
her old'ldfe, the outcast. Paysoi anfd
Jennie Joy also ogree to follow the
fashion. iJtist here old Perphant comes
inl pufling and produces the real will,
one subsequent to the paper found by
the blunderer. By it all property
except the legacies is left jointly to the
prodigal and Murdock, without condi
tion. At this surprise all are happy,
and the curtain falls on a party who
beileve that trwo love .is better than
The.actors were well suited to their
respeotive roles. Belle Gordon por
trayed the imperious worldly girl, and
subsequently the crushed and desperate
woman with great ild4lity. Jennie
Joy, as the bride of old Perchant, was
capital, and the love scenes between
the two were irresistibly funny. The
sweet, tendor disposition of Annie
Garfield, who loved Gilbert through
all vicissitudes, and plea'ded with him
for reformation, could not have been
better portraved. Mrs, Garfield was
done to the life. The differeit phases
of the male character were capitally
done by the respective actors, and Asa
brought down the house.
This play was followed by a beauti
Ihli tableau, "The Harp that once thro'
The entertainment closed with the
sweet duet, "Good Night," which was
so charmingly rendered as to evoke an
enthusiastic encore. After these the
young peop~le chased the passing hours
with flying feet.
- SOUTh V tAROLINA dB Wa.
-Mr. J. W. Artdrey has been elected
mayor of Fort Mill.
-The ladies of Newberry are mov
ing to erect a monumenut to the Con
federate dead In that county.
,A York county negro was plough
ing amnule. A tree fell between the
negjo and mule, missing both and
crushing thie plough to pieces.
-Mr. Jack Gardener has resigied
the captaincy of the Jenkins Rifles, of
Xorkville, and Sheriff Glenn has beep
elected as his successor.
-Miss Florella Meynardle, a daugh.
ter of Dr. E. J.. Meynardie, has usnt
finished witing a novel, and will in a
few days go to New York to put the
manuscript in the hands of the prlhter.
-The Press and Banner says Rev.
E. Rt. Miles has declined the call to the
rrotorshipOt Trinity 1Spis~oeMl Church,
Abbeville. Hie has accepted a call to I~t.
--it Is said that Sherman's bummers
among the negroes of Abbeville coun
ty, urging his clain.s to the Presidency.
-The RIeporter says that. on some
of the plantations a few miles wvest of
Chester*, the negroes have been seized
wvith a religious fervor or frenzy which
interferes very greatly wvith farm
wvork Iin the present grassy condition
of the crops.
-The Governor has pardoneod C. R.
Franklin, convicted at the October
General essions of assault and bat
tery with Inten~t to kill Wita. McAlister.
and sentenced to pay a fine of $500 or
be Imprisoned In the county jail for
one year. Franklin was in jail and In
ill health, and his petition was signed
by a numnber of respectable citizens,
-Rock Hill Herald: Passengers
fr-om towards Charlotte report that on
Monday afternoon a most destructive
hallstorm swept across the country,
near the State line, fifteen miles north
of this,.going In an eastoi'ly direction.
it Is said that thie stones wvere nearly
aMlarge as hon eggs'and that wheat,
eorui and cotton wore entirely cut to
pieces In the track of' tile storm, which
was abont one mile In width.
-The Book Hill Herald says: ''We
have received intelligence (though
meagP0e entirely reliable, we think,)
that a man named Sauniders was delib
erstely shot a few days ago, just wvest
of Broad River, on the U niona county
side, upon the pnost frivolous preteic
by a tramp. 'who for w.ome time had
been infeting that neighborhood. His
name our informant Is not oertain about
but thinks it was given him as lEd
wardsr He is described as being a
small man with a sear'op his fkeoe. At
st account. sixty imen were husnting
hin in the western .pprL.of~d county.
--Bachy Nurnnamlaker '6~ ot Mrs.
ith a 14 It ra~e
seems thet w.as wt~~~a
CZLLOW FV7E--LAOK VOMIT r.
ltws tOO int o iOlget't tltI rivages9 of this
ert le i d1t'ase, witch will no doutbt. return in
l MORIt' 111Ahtl4tu i)t antd vili'tlenit. forn in the fall
nonlths; of 1,419 .
NlitELL'8 itEPATINC, a renedy discov.
red In Southern Ntiblalod utsed with such
vonderful results iIn 80titt America where the
n0st- aggravated orses of fever are found, C
"tIuses fron one to Iwo ounces of bile to )e Q
Iitered or strained from the blool each tilmc it C
oasses through the llver, as Io100 as an excess k
bit exists. 1Y Its wolinierfi action onl the
,iver alid Stomach the IIRATINK not, onlyI pre
'Cnt0 to a certainty ally kin. of Fever and
liftek Vomit, itir, also cures Ileiadache, Colisti
at-ion of thie Bowels. Dyspepsia and all
No ono need feir Yellow Fever who will
XI)l the M'aMr,i POisomt and excess of bile
rom1 the blood by using M Kiiu:r..'s 11 I-ATINS',
hih Is sole by till 111ruggistA in 15 cant andl C.
1.010 bottles, or will b", seti )y express by thu rX
A . F. M El it EL & CO., Phila., I'a.
)I. Pemberton's Stilliigt or Queen's
cWTIic reports of wondrfuleiures of Itheumna-. F
sIn, scroftla, ialt Ilileutin, Syphills, Cancer, C
leers atid Soes, that conm1 fr'omn all larts of
lie oultry, it' not only rentrkable but so
ilraculouti as to be doubted Was It not for the
busthtnee of proof.
emarkablo Cure of Sorofula, Ao.
CA.,E iOF COL. J. U. BitANSON.
K NoSOto, GA., September 15, 1871.
CSNTs :-For sixtcon years I have been a great
ilierer from Szrotult lit its tuost, distressing
rias. I hiave beet conilmied to illy roout 1its(
-i lor ihteen years with scrotuious ulcera
tns. I lie most, itilrovud ret0ilio4a foe Such .
uwes hat leen u.eIl, and tihe most etilnent Fl
1aQe,0ians conullite(il, wtlott, any k epeed
itunnt,. 'nus prostrateri, dis 'teS(tI, despontd
lK, I w4% otuvUcl ty AU'. Ay0r, or Floyd coun
. 0-W., to votkltUl1iV the UoL'f 0 uttr Comn pound
aL act, kiilllt(3,1. JLangtlzge I s 1ilts uli ll4ent,- E-4
0 &Ulr1100 illu rIlt i uQLttiIed fioim the Use 01 4
10 1t5ia.igi 1is It, is IQic 0vy an1 Rti luntte
Wit UL tite iIteiIVity of min sa (Tering eore ( 1
Dilng your lletCIeU; sulllCIent, to say, I am,
jntLt till otuier reniedi's and continueti he use
j3our Extrat, 01 Stilinga. until 1 can say "
Uly '1 tiln cuired t till pain," o ill discase, r4
10i iothing to obstruct tne active pursuilt, of
y pIOebsiol. More tian eight inoiths have
apacut since tits remiarkabie cure, without
.y retun11 of tIIIt diuse.
For 11J tritli Of the tabove statentt, I refer
ainy geltilenan in IBartow Ctunty, Ga., and
the iueniabe s of the bar of C.iciNce Circuit,
)ho ale actiuailiteti %titl nle. I siall vVe
uanin, with th e deepest grall tude,
J. C. Il A NSN, Att'y, at Law.
W'EST POINT, GA., Sept. 16, 1870.
G iTs:-.My (1tugil1' was taxen on tue 2th
ly 01 .J une1, i5sJ wilul whatt, Wts supposeti to La
cute Jteltiatlnismn, Hnti was ti -1kjUU tor thq
kime wIt nuq kiuccess. iln Nmtyh, followinig,
0UVt oi bette llegan Vo 'worK Out of Lt right,
:m., and contltted to appear till l1 tiO buiio
on. lie elbow to lihe sutulder joint came o .
anly pieces of b1ne C4m1 011Oul 01 rigitt, loot antd
g. Tne CIse ws tel )roonced oni of
'II U welli-'g. Alter hating beeii conilned
bolt, six years to ner bed, antil 1 casu con
dr hopej.s, I wits inductid to try Dr. Pemn
.rt ols's Conpounid Extract, of ntillingla. ititd
as so wyel Itt sittI witi Itji effeets , tiit, I have
mtinued the use of it until tile present.
My daughter wits coninietd to htlr 'bett about
x years before sht sit, up or even turned o.ver
ithlotit, hel. Suo now sits up all day, and
uws luiost of her time-has wa lketi across ttie
oin. Her general health is now good, 1anr I
liIcve sh!e will, as he. limbs gaino strength
alk well. I atttributo her recovery, with the
essing of God, to tiho use of your lvaluablo
With gratittide, I am, yours truly,
V. B. BLAN TON.
Wr PoiNT, Ga., Sept. 10, IT0.
O'rs :-The above certificate of Mr. W. D.
lantton we know iind tertify to as being true.
lie i hlng is so; hundiretls of t he nost respect
I eitizens will certir' to It. As ulich reforenco R
In be given its may o required.
CRA WFORD& WALKER, Druggists.
lOlN. I D. WILLIAMS.
W- DR. PEMBER1 ON'S STILLTNOIA Is pro
Ared bir A F. M KRiitEL A& CO.. Phi1a., Pa11.
Sold by aill 1).uggssts in $1.00' bottles, or !ient
. ,I ress. Ageats iwanted to canvass ovory
Send for Book-"Curlos Story"--free to all.
edleines sent to poor people p arjable in Instal
The DE~ST, LATEST IMPROVED,
mid mioit THOROC~l.Y constlructed
SEVJ/IN DjOiVACH3- IC cver invenbtd. Anl
ho wearing parts tro iz3c of the, CGT
STEL CARFU.L.Y TWP ggg.D
md)1 are ADJUSTABLC,
it l'as time A rI'OjvA''10 T1ENp7ON(' U E
ian the .i1(U!JNtBO LS ]I021112;) It puag tbe
Ensloet Throadedi Ohuttlo,
The flOBBIINS fire WOUND whihout
WJ*INITG- or' UlHRElADIN(-1 tho
It has a S'ELF-SETTING NE )1FE; It J.
s 'rregumli 10 lQpag of' stitho
PACt! itder to arm c 1J la OiS E
'at has~ miore polits of EXOn'LLENCE~ thau
ii10other nmcnecs combIned.
EOdAgents wanteci in localitles
dhr9 w~ pro not ropresentocd.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION 8QUARI, N.Y.
10 for the Bay State Shoe.
U J. M. BEATY & CO.
'OR THEI BEST CIGAR I
1ALL for the "Model"-three for
/ 25 cents at F. WV. HABENJOnT 5
P. H. O'Brian, of' San Franoisco, Cal,
ys: "lHerqald Comipound is the best
wment for bWoken wares I ever saw. IV
ivee'artiol, s mended with it that stand as
>od as before they worno broken," Sold
i' all druggists and country merchants,
if yot.r drutggist hasn't got it, pnd .,
on't send for it, send 25 cents for a bot
c to JN() T. PATICK, .
may 17-fr5w Wadeeboro, N. .
MRS. M., W. BROWN. tb
rHIS Hotel, situated in thme centre o
thetown, offers and guarantees to the
oblio inducernente unsurpasaed by any
ther honso in the place ':'ble sup- A
li'sd with the best in the naarket. Coni.-o
rtable roorns and polit, attention.
erns- 9.00 per day. aug ft "
XaiWoo aio MZR
N the Standard Ssrew1y Stato
Shoo $ M.WYs &O,. e
gun was discharged, the whole load
enterIng deceased'sa right I reast, kill
ing him1 instantly. H1e was between t
twelve and thirteen yeais 4 ugo. of
F. F. E. COMPANY.
TTEND special meeting of the Con-I
I panyin Town h all on Monday oven.
ing, 2nd Ju.e, prox., at 8 o'clook. A full
attendance Is desired, in order to arrange a
for visiting firemen on Wednesday, 4th
Juno. Dy order of the President I
J. E. MoDON % LD, i
may 31 Socratary.
A PFNNY SAVED f
IS A PENNY GAINED,
You can save money by calling at the I
Grocery Ftoro of W Ui. DONLY.
Just opened a nics. lot of sugar Cured
Canvassed Hams tit prices to suitl
the the times, Also a seleot stock-COfees
and 8ugars. Arbucklo's Unground Roast- n
ed Coffee a -specialty. All the favorite a
brands of Augusta Flour, Bolted Meal and
Pearl Grits. Cannod Goods of all do
Rcriptions, Chewing and 8mniking fTobac
co, ' igara from the highest to the c heap
eat brands, Itools and 81hoes at low ,
figures. Ladies' fline loth Gaiters, all t
sizos, lower than the lowest. Choice b
Wines and Liquors, Porter, Beer and Ale. e.
Fresh Spairkhpg Cider, Cider Vinegar, ,
and Lemnns iUv nao a eall I will a
n4t bo undersoltd, V, .. PONLY.
TAX RET UINS.
'1MjE County ~Auditor, or ail assistant,
..L.will be at the followlig plaeos on i
the days designated, for the purpose of I
receiving returns of the taxpayers of the tI
ecnuty, for the nlext fiscal year, viz;
Woodward's, June 6 and 7 a
Ridgeway, June S) and 1.
Blythowood, June 11 and 12,
Gladden's Grove, June 13.
Caldwell's Storo, June 1, p
Durham's, June 10 and 17.
Bear greok, June 18 antd 10.
Horeb, Juno -3 and 24
Jenkinsvillo, June 25 and 20.
Monticello, June 27 and 28.
yeasterville, .1pne 1 0 and July 1,
Whito Oak, July 3.
Tho olico at this place (Winnsboro)
will be open from 1st to 5th June, and I
from 4th to 20th J ulv. Each taxpayer is I
required to make return on (Math of all j
real and personal property
owned or controlled by them on
June 1st. All citizens betweon si
the agos. of twenty-one and sixty I)
years, except those exeiupt by law, are
required to make return of their polls.
A- ter the 20th Julv, a penalty of fifty per si
cent. attaohes. I. N. Wi'ITHERS, W
may 6 -txtf County Auditor.
B 0, it enaeted and ordained by the "
Town Council of Winnsboro, 8' C.,
in Connoil mot and by authority of the
That section 2 of an Ordinaneo relating B
the dischargo of fire-arims etc., - ithin T
the corpuratito limits which reads, ''That "
any persci or persons who shall iischargo
inky gun or pistol or set fire to, explode,
or use any squib, firo -cracker or explosive,
or any other dIscharge of powder, except
in the discharge of some publiq duty, p
shal fortoitand pay for each and overy
iuch offence % sum not uxceediig ter. h
riollars: Provided, that on Christuans
)r other holiday the use of firo-orackors, m
are-works and oilior harmless explosives a
da)] be at the discretion of the Intend
int," be amend -d by inserting tter the
words "ten dollars" and bcer(e the word
''provided" the following: * Or be im
mrisoned net more than teni (d ys."
Done in Conil, tbia thirtieth day of
\pril, A. D. 1879, unditer Lha corporate
teal of the said 1 own Conoi.
JAKS A. P'RICE,
E. 8. CUANDLRrn,
DHIARLOTTESVILLE CABBIIMERIES CHEAlPE1t
- THAN EVER I .
CHIARLOTT1ESVILLE CAS5lMERES2 QUMA~PJ~l
THtAN EVER I
CHIAItLOTT1s~lLLE CAI3SIMERES CHE1APEli
TIHAN EVERI I
Oharlottesville Cassimueres and Jesns,
J. F. McMXASTER & CO,
april I5 .
ROW IS THlE OPPORTUNITY
AVAIL ItOURSELF OF IT!I
Preserve your books, periodicals,(
sowspapers and mueio.
State, county and railroad officers, and
busineass men genormlly, supplied with
blank boo':s made to any l'attern.
All families have old books, periodi
3a1s, newspapers, music, &c., which they -
closire to trapsmit to their posterity. Then
HAVE3 THIEM REBOUND !
Which will p'esorte th'en' ti dd will'make Q
thoem look almost as well as new.
Old books, &o., abould not only be
rebound, but the currenit literattiro'6t the
present day should be pu t in A' durable t
form for preservation as well.
This can be done in the shortest pos
sible time, with the-beat material, in' the
most handsome and dur410l style, and atI
a 'riee which cannot be duplicated any.
where, by EI. t. STOKES,
Stationer, Bookbinder anti Blanmk Book
Manufacturer, )4o. 165 ltlgin street,
Co0LxDZa, 8. 0.
"o .Sd in yodt orders at once,
T H wm usE iOUSB- you ca
suit thetig~i aeoo nodationsno
meh M or.
DRINK ARIOSA COFFE,
T 'H'IR1B ARRIVAL OF
NEW GGOD&4 TIlS SPRING.
AaL WCQB Plak and Colors. Black Crepe, Al
paoas, Ca3hu pi. Linen Suitingp in Stripes an Plain
Colors, A large asortment of White Goods, siuch as Jaconets,
Swiss, Victoria Lawn, Piques and Cambrics. A ful. line of Linenl
Drills and Cottenados. Also, Cassimores, Bleachod and Brown
Shiting and Shooting, plain and Fignred Iawns, Cambrics and 0
CALIOOQEMI CA LICOES?? CALICOEF4 I I
--CALL AND S1E
A nice line of Hats in Straw, Wool and Felt.
Our Shoo Stock is fuller than ever, which fact spealis for itself.
Olpthing in groat variety, and a full and completo stock of d
No baits thrown out to catch the inwary. All Goods sold at n0
P. S.-A largo addition to our Notion Department will arrive in c
few days. F. 14I.4DER & CO. O
may 20 1__
MI4INK AlIOSA 0 FE1. - I
TEW FURNITURE !
FOR DESIGN AND) WORKMANTIiIp UNEQUALED,
BVERYTHING WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
--PRICE4S LOWE 4 THAN EVER.
A now supply of Wind!ow
Shades, Pieturo Frames, .Pic
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spring Bods, Mat
l trosses, and Childron Car
For prices, call at the first
3fore making your purchases elsevwero.
UMBER AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
ItEPAIRING NEATLY DONE AT MODERATE PR
ALSO PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER.
I keep on hand a full supply of Motalic and Rosewood Cases and
>ffins of the finest finish. Also, a -oheap stock of Coflins.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
ONLY SEWJNQ .MACIZIN1!
wiIci 11.51' A
* __ ..Cc1U.'.hreadi~ng Shuttle.
- - It has Self-Selling Needle.
Necver l'reaks~ tho Tfhrcadl,
-vcr Eiiips Elitches,
l ho 1.igtcst I'.:ning
*.A NewandSimplo Devico
Winding tho Bobbin
Without m n ovu 1 Prj fron
The Clmpoct, t'io Ltort t-r~ble
api Ua cvory respect the
BEST FAMIL.Y SEWUNO MVACHINE.
he'UNEW MIRIAJN" is easily learned, does not jet out of order, and wi-- do rnoro wrk
with loss Ia'.gp than any other machine, j.1usF;tcd Ci~cil furwIshCd on nOp; C4Gop.
V -~ DCTr. . n--- (0 . Charles No1,i~ i~oro, -~,.
0. BOAG, Agent for Fairfild.
RE A VALUABLE INVENTION.,
'lE V E H OI.RNW ED
VISIIN SEWING MACHINE
workmanship is equal to a Chronometer Watch, anc
; eleganty finished as a first-class Piano. it receive'
o highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial Ex p
tions. iT SEWS ONE-POURTH FASTER than othe.
achines. its capacity is unlimited. There are more
li.SON MAVIN ES sold in the United Statc~ than
eo combined sales of all the others. The WILBON
ENDINO A TT A'CHMENT for cloing ali kinds of repairing.
ITHOUT PATCHINO, given FRE E with each machine.
SCIC~eo Urt.p. S. A
~ORN AND HAY. NE UME COOK.
1MPflOVI5MENT QF I879.
UST Received-at the old stand of T.
I. oberton--61,000 pounds ~Tisn
y and Olever liay. Two Car Loada OIL
NORTH OAROLINA CON STOVE.
pe D0ES NOTH EAT~ H 0USE
Perfect for all kin~ds of Uookingand4 Heat
1 o which willbe sol,., .eybNp for 'a rn .
mo-9 5, ,M A.E
-OONSISTING IN PAIlT Or....
24 bbls. Mo1a9ses,-all grade
400 lbs. Chojeo Buckwheat Tilour,
110 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 saelks of Coffeo-10 gio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flor,
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD iii bbls., cans and b'uckets,
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured llams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Ryo and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, Whito
Wino and Cidor Viuogar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches anI
Toraatoes, Mixed Picklos, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES,
All of whldh will be sold cheap fov
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOOD&
Consisting of 200 pieces Calico,
50 pieces Musliu, 25 piccos Pique,
White and Figured, 100 pieces.
Bleachud Domestie, all seleot brands,
INew York Mills, Wanisutta and
Fruit of tho Loom.
)ress Goods in all styles anet
quality, All Wool Buntings, Cash
neres, Cottonades and BrwiN
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Boots, Shoes and Hats is complete,
which we sell at very low prices.
All we ask is to give .us a trial befora
uy:ng elsowhere, as we take par .
ticular pains in showirg our goods.
OUR NOTION AND MILLINERY
Dcpar'tmnent is full of New -Goods
and Styles. Liadies' Gloves troom
o'ne to six Buttons in Lylde Throa
and Silk. Ladies's Misses' and
Children's Hoso in all style and.
oolors. Fans and Ladies' Neck Wear
TrOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
Collars and Cuffs and many styles
SP.ECIA LT Y.
100 Parasols at 25 conts each.
100 Nock TIios at 5 cents each.
25 p~airs Boys' Button Gaiters,
worth *3.00, for $1.00-Nos. 10, 18,'
and 1 to 4.
One lot Women's Shoes, Nos. 8
and 4. at 50 cents.
One lot Gents' Shoes, worth $8.00,
sold for $1.00.
Remember all theso will only beo
sold for the next
at these prices, before taking stock
and a change of the firm.
SUGENHIEIMER & GROE80OHEI,.
QOLE Agent for Winnsboro for
LiNath an Bros. 1868 Old Cabinet
R1yo Whiskey. F. W. HENIOI,
Rear of Town Hall,
SMITH'S WORM O1L'
large worms. Atler U
passed 88 wcarms iro&t
Prio96ared B&: 1
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