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TOWN AND COUNTY.
THURSDAY MORININO, July 3, 1870.
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W1innsboro P'ublishiing Company,
Wiunsboro, S. C.
Dividend Notice-T. K. Elliott,
Petirfieli Fire Engine Company
J. L. McDonald, Secretary.
RiErotrr or 'rm: 'l'owN Cr.m.- 'l'The
following is the montbly slatement of
the Town Clerk and Treasurer for
Juhnt' 1-TIo liclance........' $163.5S
Ju. 3.-1 Fines,........... 18 75
June ?--1unlevy & Fant...'.. $ 25.50
June 2-MIMaster & liie... 16.17
June 2-Dave Goings, latnp
June 3-Mi%ailws & (o..... 8.30
June a-J. E. Williams, Extra
Police.. ......... 1.50
June 9-WV. 11. Stnitht, Ltip
June 10-Abram Mutnroe, iJLmpi
Ligh te'......... 10.00
June 12-Work on Pump...... 8..0
June 14-Work oi Street.s..... 3.00
Juie 19-W. i. Kerr, Clerk... 1.75
- June 21-I". F. E. Comipany. .. . 3.00
June 27-Work on Public Build
ilg............. ... 2.00
June 30-L. Potet. Police..... 30.01
June 30-W. B. Gilbert, 'olice .10.00
June 30-Dave Goins, I amlp
- Lighter........... 10.00
TIIE TWlVEL1"tP It 1-.GI JEaT.
Meeting of the SnrvLvors at Winnebor'
Permanent Organii.tlon, Lt.ction of
Omfleers, atnd Adoption of a Conbtitution.
[itr rEut, Fot R TE NEWS AND ,a::ni.tLD.]
An adjourned meeting of the survi
vors of Companies C and I' of the 12th
RRegiment, S. C. V., met iii the Court
IHouse oti Saturday, June 28, *for the
-purpose of perfecting an orgatnization.
-Capt. J. R1. lloyles, templorary chalir
mnatn, briefly stated the object of'the
meeCtinlg and asked that the maitltor be
discussed. On motion of S. W. Rutff
tlio meetinlg was opened with prayer~
by Rov. L. C. Chappell, one of tlhe
sur vi vors. The chiairmaniii read several
commitications from survivor~s living
in differeont counties, exp)laininig their
inability to meet n'ith the surtvivors at
this imo, but expressitng their will ing
ness to satnction anything thtat might be
Capt. Jnto. A. Ili'imanit moved (lhat
at commhlittee of fouri be appointed, to
nominiate permianenIt onficers for the
organizationl, anld draft a cotnstitution
for the goverinent of' the same. S.
W. Broonm, Jas. R. Harvey, J. Y.
B3rice and J. W.r Robinson Were ap
pointed, who nomiinated (lhe following
*officers to servo for one year:
President,-Col. HT. C. Davis.
1st. Vice-Presideut-S. W. Ruff.~
2d Vico-Presidenit-L. 0. Chiappell.
Reocording Scoretary and Treasurer
-N. C. Robertson.
Corresponding . Secretary-J. R.
These officers wore unanimnontsly
The committee then proposed the
following constitution, which was
Wher'eas, for the purpose of a re
union01 of Companies C and FC, 12th S.
C. V. to prepare and( perpetuato a
record of said companies from their
orgo.nizationi to the close of the late
war', we have met this day and (letor
rmined to collect, any anid all informa
tion looking to the above object, for
which purpose we have resolved to be
governed by the following artlices as a
I. This organizatoti shall be known
as "Tile 1Reun$ion of 90pmpanieos anid
F, 12th Rcghbe:Ytt:, SM C.,' dadtig
from the mustering in of 'said Riegi
ment In' August, 18162, unitil the close
of the,late war.
IIN The oflcers of this Ryatnion shall
conIist of bile president, two vice
presidents, a ?vcqgdhlig Vdecretary and
treasur'y, anid a.ceori-caponidinx 5secre
tar'y T))eae officordf almil ,hod' their
offices for one year or* until- their suc
* III. There shall be an executive
committee'bdifditing'df tW$o members
company,i ettii t~ 19 dets di p
pointed as tho..voie sof 41h0 Reunion
.mray deterrie. t A, .x
1V7.Ther'e shall be a commjittee on
statistics conth8lig ofsix me~mbers,
three from,eklI eqavpan , ,to h,p either
eetdof' ;aypotutdd:1. rfiajority of
tis comthuittee salconstittite a
* ~ quor:nth for the'tr'ausaction of bushness.
*V Thelpesident shall preside At all
VI. I the absence of the president
the dei lr ylee-resident shall prolde,
auliinE embsence of all thoe officers,
a chairm4n rehall be elected.
VI. 'Tho recoi'dlug sterotary shall
keep a - tre- and f\til recooord of all
papdf;e d of busIfmei dopnd at All meet
IhgA.,X his absende ang; miem er may
* ~be r; ts~ d 10ae Ao ~Cdt-blay tem
ol411 d all th orre te ind
4C'e118oidered byv th 110etjx i
kaJttohn andi make a feeo o he
same at the annual meetings, with
vo uche rs.
X. 'l'he exceutivo comnitteco shall
have -a geieral sttpervision of the d
interests of the organization.
XL. The committee on statistics
slt+lll ascertaint the number of iembers
<':" thlle companies fr' in their organiza- e
ti to the close ot' the Iat e war, their
names, their residence, i' living, and
it' dead where they died, etc. Ich
mnemttber of this organization should
feel it his (lt v to report any inform111a
tiot on this subject to the eonnnittee
on statistics, for historv.
XiI. The liunion, after the annual
mneeting in August. 18,9, shall meet
luarterly omj the 20th day of October,
.Jantiary, April and July. The antinal
niteetinlg shall be held on the 20th day
of August in each year.
X Ill. All minnfers of any comnpa
nies cotnnected with the 12th Riegiment,
S. C. V., at, any time from the (late it
Was called into service to the close of
tlie late war, together with the field
and stall, are cordially invited to unite
with this oeunion.
XIV. Each member of this Reunion
shall pay an admission fee of twent.y
five cents, and twenty-five cents
thereafler at each annual meeting.
Col. 11. C. Davis was then rcqtuested
to take the chair, as president. On
taking the chair he thanked the men
bers for the honor conferred on him,
and made a few remarks in vindication
of the reginettt, con cludingby saying
that lie wanted to see a reorganization oft
tho entire regiment, and paid a hand
somne compliment to the youthful Col.
Frank Clyburn, of Lancaster county.
A conmittee of two was appointed
to enroll the names of all survivors
who were present, and the enro llnent r
wits made accordingly.
UTe following memorial was ofl'er(d i
by G. S. 1linnant, and unanimously
adopted : . a
1ied on tjhe 28th of May, 1879, after
a lonr a:i(t paintul illness, Timothy C.
Browin, a good citizen of Fairfield, and
one alontg (lie first of her noble sons to
respOtt(l to his couitry's call. lie was
iiiuch esteanued by officers and privates
o Coii:p :I.v F and the (n1tir"e reg;imltent.
Tied1o're be i rc.xo/ved, 1. 'T hat this
survivor..' meeting ha'e heard with
nuach regret. of the death of our Os
r5teemed eomnradle in arms,'1T. C. B3rown.
2.'lat we tenderour heartfelt. sym
pat.hy to his bereaved fiunily and that
a blank page ofnour record book be de
voted1 to Ihis mnemourv.
e. Tiam these proceedings be publish
ed in TImE Ni:ws AND linattatI, and that
a cup;; thereof be sent to his fianily'.
On 1no,ion, Col(.tiel IDavis was rc
lue5tedl t(' i- sue an address to the dit
ierenlt comutpanies of thte regimuetl in i
other counties, advising them that we
have perfected a conity organization,
and requesting them to move in the
matter in the same direction, and meet
with us on the 20th of August next, to
perfect L regimental organization.
On motion, a committee of twenty
was appointed by the president to go
to work at. once and solicit subecrip
tions in money or iSrovisions for a sur
vivors' dinner on the 20th of August,
whose dtuty'it shall be to report their
success at the next meeting, on the
third Sat urday in July. The following
were app)ointed: II. C. D)avis, 8. W
Broom, N. 0. Itobertson, J. W. Robin
son, D. L. Carter. J. R. Boyles, H. M.
Ilinmant, Dr. T. Fi. Broom, Jos. Rey
nolds, TIhos. Richardson, 1Henry Brice,
.J. Yongue Bhrice, M. C. Armstrong, J,
1t. Harvey, Geo. S. Iinanant, Jae..
Sloan, L. C. Chappell, 8. W. 1tul, W.
P. Gibson, Thos. F. Harrison.
A special committee of twvo, viz., J.,
Rt. IHarvey and J. Rt. Boy les, was ap
pointed to see upon what terms a din
ncr could be farnished at some of the
hotels, and report at the next meeting.
A committee of six was app)oinited on
statistics-consiting of 0. S. Iinnentt,
J. A. ILinnant, J. R. Ilarvey, J." R.
Boyles, J. Y. Brice and 8. W. Broom.
Oat motion of Captain IHinnant it
was resolved thait Gen. Saml. Mc
Gowan be invited to delivor the anni
versary address to the Reunion on the
20th of A ugust, and that Col. A. C.
Ilaskoll be requested as alternate.
On motion it was resolved that the
proceedings of this meethng be pub
lished in THE NEws AND) HERALD.
There being no f\trther business, on
motlon of L. C. Chappell the meeting
adjourined until the third Saturday / in
July. N. C. ROBERTSON,
KILLED nlv A MUmI,u.-On the lower
p)lace of Mr. Ei. B. Kel, in this county,
,.on Wednesday last, a colored boy was
ensgaged in .holding a mule while ho
grazeAd in tihe pasture. While thus en..
gaged he thonghitlessly tied thme rope,
which was around the unute's unecck, to
his wvrist. The tmule took fariglht a'nd
becouiing ' ntnandig6able daslied off A
with his,.victiln, dragging, 1im a eon
slderdaolo distaiice, and so frlghtfully
mutilating him that deathi resulted i
about an hour.---Checster Bulletin..
-"I am of the impression,'' said Mr.
Thinrman the other day, "although I
may be self-decoiving, that one of thd
pleasantest things that I shall recollect,
in a fte r life, as occurring in any public
service, will be the fact of this extra
session.- I think thIi oxtra sessioni has
done no smnall service fo. American
liberty.. That is my opiniotn about it."
-"Oh! you've killed me," said ai
girl as she staggered back wvh6n het
lover gave her a: gentle 'olnbr4ce.
"Pray forgive me darling'; I wouldn't
have hurt you for the world." Fori
some time all was slince.- *Then,'aftat
exchmanging a few words, she said;
"Kill me again, John."
T''HE board of directors of the ga~s~
elare d ai sei-dwnma divideni~o thred
por:eent.1 upon .its capital' stock h'd
hdrswill be paid the samte ont demand
at theoBank's counter on and after the 1st
July ,~~.J O
(lay) e4er gg, r
D UJING the mon0h .of .Jnl) I can be
found at the store of J. ji'. lca1las
or & ( o., wheu I will b preparetd ,to ro
weivt) 'Tax returns of Town proporty. All
vturn not made by ,fho Ist day of Att
nst wtill have the 5) per cont. >enalty
dded. E. 8. -CllANPLFFlt,
jtno .0 Clerk of Council.
TOWN 01RDE ANCEthi.
E it enacted and ordainod by the
S Intendantt and Watrt-na of the
own of Winusboro, 8. C., in Council met:
That, for the purpose ot raising sup.
lis for the year commencing April 1,
879, nd ending April 1, 1880, a tax for
he sums and in the manner hereinafter
nenttioned shall be raised and paid into
,ho treasury of the said town, for the use
rnd service thereof, that is to say: two
md one-half mills ad valorem upon every
lollar of the value of all the real and per
tonal property within the corporate liinIts
)f the town of Wiunsboro; two dollars to
Ju paid by every muale inhabitant between
Ie ages of sixteen and fifty-fIvo years, in
iou of working upon the streets of said
own; and three per cent. uport the
unount of sales at auction.
2. All taxes assessed and payable un
ler this shall be paid in the following
unds of funds and no other: Gold and
;ilver coin, United States currency and
tational bank notes.
3. All taxes assessed herein shall be
luo and payablo between the 1st day of
)ctober and the 30th day of Novsjnber,
l879, inclusive, and all taxes remaining
lueand unpaid on the 1st day of Decen
>er, 1879, shall be collcrted by distress
>r othern%ise, as now prescribjd by law,
ogether with all legal costs.
4. All persons on ning property in the
orporato limits of the said town of
Vinnsboro are required, between the 15th
lay of June and the 1st day of August,
879, inclusive, to make sworn return of
aid property for taxation to the town
lerk, aid the said -town clerk is hereby
eqinired, when property-holders fail to
efuse to make said sworn return, to
dd fifty per centum to the return of the
>revious municipal year.
Done in Council, this thirty-first day
f May, A. I). 1879, under the corporate
cal of the said Town Conoeil.
(SE.r,.) . JAS. A. BR[CE,
E. S. (r'ANDLElt,
B> IT ENACTED and ordained by the
Int.^ntant and Wardens of the
'own of Winnsboro, S. C., in Couneil
s.embled, and by the 'authority ot the
one, that th-'re shill be a Board of
iealth create-4, to conist of three citi
ens of the town, one of whom shill be a
>raetising physieian, who shall hold their
illces until the ri,"nt ,lay of .nv succeel
ug their appoint,ment.. and until their
uccessors shall be appointed.
2. And be it further enacted and or
:iaintil that the m embers of said Boar'
!all he tnnna ly appoint-d by < ac:
'na t'ounti tt:i soon ai practicaLlonfter
he insta:latijn of the Iutuultndlt anti
Varde,is- into olllce.
'3. And be it further enacted and or
lamed, that during the months of June,
ruly, August and Septembei, the said
3oard shall examine the l-retuises of till
-esidents of, and persons doing business
vithin, the corporate limits of said town,
it least once a month, and report to the
P'own Council any matter which in their
udgment is de'cterious to the health of
4. That the members of said Beard
;hall, in consileration of thei.r services,
te exempted from street tax while in
5. And be it further enacted an or
lained, that any peOron resisting the
mt.raunee of thle 'nembers of saidl Board
uponi any p..rt of their p)remies, except
bheir dwelling houses, shall be fined five
lollars for each oll'ense, or be imnprisoned
ror ten days. upon01 conviction.
(. And be it further enacted and or
hained, that any person who shallra I or
3eglect to abate any maiftter' upon thn
premi3ises, reported by the Board of Health
is a.nuisance, for three days after notice
requiring the .4amae, served by the Chief
>f Police, shall be fined one dollar for
3ach day's such.failure or neglect, or be
mprisoned one day for each day's sueh
7. And be it further enacted and or
Elained that the Board of Health shall
11so, from time to time, repo"t any matter
not upon the premises of any citizt.n, or
oven not withiln the 'corporate limits,
which in their judgment may injuiiriously
n'ecot the health of the towvn, for the
Jouncil to take such action as it' mav
Done in Council this the sixth day of
Fuly, A. D. 1878, un'der the corpoerate
teal of the said Town Concil.
(SEArL.) T. RI. RIOBEltTSON,
Attest: Acting Intendant,
WMt N. CHANDLEnI, Clerk.
ROW IS TIlE OPPORT UNITY !
AVAIL YOURSELF OF IT !
Praoervo your books, periodicals,
uewspapers and music.
State, c.ounty and railroad offioers,- and
usiness men generally, supplied with
Alank boo':a made to any pattern.
All families have old books, periodi
sala, newspapers, musie, &e., which they
iosira to transnlit to their posterity. Then
HA.VE THEM REBOUJND 1
Vlch will protiervo them and will make
hem look almostt ats well as newv.
Old books, &o., -should not only be
abound, but the current literature of.:th
rpsent dpy shouli be put in a durable
ormi.for prospryatio4 .as well.
'l'his can be done in tho.shortost per.
ibld tIme, with theo bost material, in the
nosthandeogio and dptable tyle, and.at
lve whiiqh canhot bo d tday
tatidfir,,Boojobindor' and BlIank. Book
danufacturoer, No,' 155 Main stredt
CtIttai, . cda
i, Seodd in your orde*e at onon,
WATERSON'S (iitiL*hA'El RNUS.
These.sbrings are sittated four. .miles
outhof Shel.y andeaix miles-. north of
Whtaker's, on the. AMr-Line 10 R.: "The
nilneral waters are sulphur; and ohalf
lte.-The, properties 'of the1eulphur are
sombin9A are benelal.;o all ;diseaser,
ma neverfallte eth.e. most obstinate
sages,,as many,i . testify. TIke obaly
~eats w4ey ca t1e stypasse 43aving
Tb0o.J .91&oVPinsar nompppn
m sW ea ene oil..--avn
b)in althy, And oth,r and
shlbfot at Wilo,o the Air Lle
)t%d 11 ithi'f
fOh Idre iIVe*C'hW1o
Tho BEST, LATEST IMPROVED,
and mnost THOROU HLY couatructtd
SEWING MACH Ct Cev ivented. All
the weavriig uIrta cro 1ata.lc of the f3CvT
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEWMPcrRCD
and are ADJUSTADLC.
It lists the d 71TOMrATl'u ?RNA Io.; It
hass thu LA.' JHZ 3$iO.1iIR1'; It hs the
Easiest Threaded Shuttlo.
The]OBBI NS nro WOUND without
RUNNIG orUN4TItEfA:;.;(, the
It has a SELF-SETTING NEEIfL; It
hts a 11AI. lbr regluttug tih lengt io 1 titch,
WVITIIOUT TEA'r1NU; It lts it LAU
SPAOE iindcr the arim; It is NOISELESs,
11d has more points of EXOILLENCE Whan
all othier inchus.cowpJincid.
.-Agente wanted in localittoo
whero wo aro not represented.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
Figured Muslins, Figured and
White Lawns, ontennial Stripes;
Cunbric Muslins, Bleached and
Untlcnuhod Sheetings and Drills.
A lot of Shoes from the Virginia
State Prison, every pair of which we
Gents' Straw and Fur Hats of the
Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans and
J. F. 1IcMASTER & C0.
N. B.-A lot of Blue Flannel and
Yacht Cloth Suits for sale chea~p.
june 19 .
DRESS G OODS
W E would respectfully invite an
inspection of our Stock of
Dr ess Goods by the ladiles 6f Winns
boro and vicinity. Our stock con
sists of Iron-.frame Grenadines, All
Wool B3untinigs, Lace Bulnting,
Dentelles, Beige, Linen Lawn,
Pacifia Lawn, C r.ded Jaconots,
Corded Piquos, Suitings, &c., &c.
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
of Browvn Linleh Dross Goods, with
Laces for Trimming. Our Stock in
aill other lines is full and complete.
A new lot of White and Colored
Trimmings just opened. Second
lot of Cassmeres from Charlottes
ville wills Ooened a few dayti since,
A lot of Fans, Parasols and Mosqui
to Netting just ini.
McMASTER & BRICE.
N. B.-Autoniatic FPly I?ans for
. june 7
T HE County A uditor, or an assistlnt,
.Lyill be at the following, places on
the (lays deniignated. for the purpose of
recoivifig returuns of Lhe taxpayers of the
cony eM4le next fiscal year', vs:
Woodwvard's, June 6 and 1
1idgeway,June 9 and 10,
Illy thewood, June 11 and 12,
Gladden's Grove, Junte 13.
.Caldwell's Storn, Juno 14;.
Durham's, Juno 186end 17.
1near Creek, Juno 18 and 19,
Horbb,'Juno 23 and 24.
Jenkinevllo, June 25 and 2G,
Montio9110, June 27 and 28a
Feast.orville, June 30 an l,ply 1,.
White Oak, Jiily 3;
SThe office at this ptac-e '(Winnisboro)
will be penf frem .1st to -5th June, -and
from 4 tpto20th July. Each tarpayer is
reqruff'to make return on oeath, of al
*a an'd personal . property
-'wned or controlled'y themorne
,ue e t, ' All --eitizense. between
(d19 ages of . twenty-one land . sixty
y<- rs, except those exeruptby law, are
"utjiea t6 make 'return of' thefr p61ls.
After the 20th July, a psebalty'6f fif,$g par
cent,. attaches., ,.'. N. WIkHEtU4
may t--ftxtft, .CuntyAtitor,
(TAE2K Oo.'s Frenc 8ady,
IJthadt rnz, Hollan4 1,G~
4y ' BrnpMkra 1um, ~
Doanestf Gie The~
brands ofga ,'dho ap
IAdi('e bidb a.
w DuINK AiIOSA COFF E.- -- - ~
L THIRD ARRIVAL OF C
& NEW GOODS THIS SPRING. O
A LL WCOL Buntitgs in Black and Colors. Black Crepe, Al
pacas, Cashmoros and Lawns. Linen Suitings in Stripes and .Plln
Colors. A large assortinont of Vbite Goods, such as Jaconets,
Swiss, Victoria Lanwn, Piquos and Cambrics. A full line of Linen a
Drills and Cottonados. Also, Cassimeres, Bleached and Brown G1
W Shirting and Sheeting, Plain and Figured Lawns, Camibrics and nC
CALICOES ! CALICOES!! CALICOES 1! ! h<
-CALL AND SEE- ar
0 Tx "x Pr
asDIA MOND s1 Li2
A nice line of Hats in Straw, Wool and Felt. Si
Our Shoo Stock is fulle" than ever, which fact speaks' fo' itself. -
Clothing in great -a'.ie+ , and a full and complete stock of as
No baits thrown out to catch the unwary. All Goods sold at a o
Egitimate Profit. 0
P. S.-A large addition to our N ,tion Department will arrive in
few days- F. ELDER & CO. M
DINK ARIOSA COFFEE.
NEW FURNITURE !S
FOR DESIGN AND WORKMANSHIP UNEQUALED.
EVERYTHING WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
-PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.--- n
A new supply of Window t
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic- t.
tures, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spring Bods, Mat
. tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first NE
F'UI ITU rBJ STOR ME ric
Before making your purchases elsewhere. .e
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE AT M fODERATEPRICES.
ALSO PREPARED TO M .KE TO ORDER. .v
UNDERTAKER'S DEPARTMENT. -
I keep on hand a full supply of M'talia and Rosewoocl Cases and
Coffins of the finest finish. Also, a cheap stock of COofflns.
oc 2 R. W.'PHiLLIPS. S
IT Is TIIE
ONLY SEW ING MACHINE
.WHIcli 112 A
- It hns Self-Setting Needle. 5
JNever 1ireaks the Thread.l,
Never nips Stitches,
* la theo Ihtest Ruillh i
A New and SlipleIDevlce ni
Winding the Bobbin
the~ timnple:t, tho to::t Thurale, A
- and in every respet tho
BEST FAMILY SEWINC MACHINE. t
The 'W4i|[:.1 AMEAICA*4" is easily learned, dded hot got out of order, aind wiLl do more w,rk
with less labor than any other machine. Illustrated Circular furnished on appication.
3 . AG-ENTS W ANTED~I.
* *'. t)O7ZY, MavnnA.. fl TN. Charles P'treet, Baltinoro, l?'t.
j. 0. 10AG, Agent for FairAokcl- c
It , A VALUABLE INVENTION.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
WILSON SEWING MACHiNE
in workmanship is equal to a Chronometer Watch, ant
as elegantly finished as a first-olids Piano. It receive'
the highest awbq a t the VidVana and Centennial Ex pc
sitions. IT 'S 8 ON E-FOURTH4 FASTER than ot ie.
matchine6. Sts capacity is unilmlted. .There -are more
WILSON MAC4IlN ES Bold in: the United. States than
the ofh1binedi anle0 Ofal the others. The WIL.SON
MENDIINC TIACHME fN or ongall Iiids o1 repairing.
WITHQUT ~AT,CRiNCdien , Wi*th.each m~aQhine.
amWILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
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DUPLIdA T1NG The Safety
Simpler Convenienit, Neat an OIL
Cheap. Every busincs mani L., ..
should hav6 ones -. ''2 e \
140 INI OR PEN REUIRED. iJ L
The unidersigud is pb,td
fill erdere.A Ies 6C~a "
I. RJ V E D
At the Winnsboro Dry Goods,
mncy Goods and Millinery Bazaar
second lot of now, cheap and olo
nt goods. Millinery and. Fancy
Dods in all the latest styles and
voltios of the season. Mrs. Boag,
ving a first-class milliner to assist
r in this Department, is fully pre..
red to please the most fastidious,
d will take pleasure in doing so.
beautiful line of Silk and Cotton
rasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
tdies' Jabots and Tios or Scarfs ;
ress Goods, Buntings, Poplins,
lks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimmings
in fact a full stock of such goods
are usually found in a first-class
illinery, Dry Goods and Fancy
A beautiful line of ladies' and
iildren's Slippers, Gaiters and
oes ; also, a nice assortment of
A full and frgsh stock of Family
ocories: Bacon, Meal, Flour,
>rn, Sugars, Coffees, Soap,
short, you can find all you want
J. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheap as
a same goods can be bought any
toro. Don't forget to call.' No
)ublo to show goods.
J. 0. BOAG.
Sixteen new and first-class Sewing
ichines to be in store in a day or
. The New and Improved Verti
l Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, the
)w and Improved American, rang
g in price fron $20 upwards.
iese Machines are from the facto
ws of good, responsible companies,
d are warranted to be just as
y. O. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfield County.
10R the celebrr.tod Matthews
1808 Old Cabinet Rye, call at F.
IIArsiNienT's, Roar of Market
PRING AND ~ME QD
Consisting of 200 pieces Calico,
[) pieces Muslin, 25 pieces Pique,
Vhite and Figured, 100 pieces
leached Domestic, all selet brands,
Few York Mills, Wameutta' and
ruit of the Loom.
Dross Goods in all styles and
uality, All Wool Bunting, Vash
ioros, Cottonades and Brown
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHh1VG,
loots, Shoes and Hats Is compipte,
hich we sell at very low prices,
11 we ask is to give us a trial before
uying elsewhere, as we take par.
icular pains in showii g our goods
DUR NOTION AND) MILJINERY
)opartmnent is fulIl oif Now Goodu
nd Styles. Ladies' Gloves frona
no to six Buttons in Lyle Thread
na Silk. Ladies', Misses' and
!hildren's Hose 'in all styles and
olors. Fans and Ladies' Neck Wear
'00 NUMER1OtVS TO MEN1TION
lollars and Cuffs and nlaty ,styles
100 P?arasols at 25 cents eaani.
100 Neck Ties at 5 cents each.
25 pairs Boys' Button Gaiters,
forth $8.00, for $1.00-Nos. 10, 18,
nd 1ito 4.
One lQt Worlien's 5hoeup Nos. .2
nd 4, at50 cents,
One lot Gents' Shoes, worth $3.0
old for $1.00.
Rernierber'all thesaWil ~ n bo.
t these pride