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TOWN AN) COUNT..
'I'EUts 01 TIIE WEws AND) IERA1,D.
'Tri-Weeklvedition, four dollars per
annum,,7in .advance; weekly edittn,
t,wo dollars. an4,It,y., cents peran nium,
in advanco. Idberall discount to clubs p'
of five and #1p id 'ys.
UArES oF ADY En'rJlN4 "-One dol)LI''"
pr inc for the first insertion, o nd -
tifty Conti per. iue'h for eacii slseq eutit
inser.oin. These rates apply to ail ad
vetienl$nts, dj Sy)i%ttOver iitt , ttt to.
are pavable strictly' in advanieo. Con-. ,
tract$' og thJgg, six-or twelv9 monthc
made on very liberal terms. Tean-=
slent local oices, 4niiteen po.Its per
line for the ftr t itorilon tiO seven o
and one-hal cents ' per line for each
tisomonts. Simple antiouncemenlts oI
marriages and deaths published free or
cl it i.s, of- whntsooetr
nature, should be addressed to the
Wlxieboro Publishi'ig Company,
Winusboro, S. C.
Clerk's Sale-W. II. Kerr, Clerk of
Fresh Turnip Seeds-McMaster &
Building and Loan Association-D.
R. Flenniklun, Sec.
IrLost, on the night of the 8th inst.,
a small ;gold watch chain, which-the
finder will please leave at this otilce.
A sultable reward will be given.
We are iformed that the negro. re
cently bitten by a mad dog in the
Watorco section has since shown de
cided synptonts of liydrophobia.
RonETsON, TAon & Co.-Th
is the style ot*t new firn recently form
ed in Oharlostoa,,anild succeeding the
old firnd of George W. Williams ,Co.
With ample facilities .and long experi
ence hi InMness,.the new house Is Pre
pared to offor'great, inducements to all
who will favor theni with business.
DEA"rH.-WO. regret to announeLio the
death of Ulysse, a little son of Mr. and
Mrs. John I. Monts, which .ocurred
about one o'cfock on Frichay, from
gastric fever. The little fellbw at,gno
time seemed better, but soop biecame
ill beyond human help. We . extend
our sympathy-to the afflicted parcuts.
- TE aAr.-The following are the
points reached by the mercury in the
thermometer at Mr. G. I. McMaster's
residence during the recent hot days,
the time of observation being three
o'clock in the afternoon:
Friday......... ........... 9l
In noticing the preparations that at
being made for a re-union of the sur
vivors of the .Twelfth Regient, ,tln
Abbeville 1fddiur says: .'No bettei
regimenit ever went from~ th}s. ~t
during the late wars .It was th~o- ver:
best body of fighting * neofn we s~a
from any State. What it' conldn't d
no other need attempt. It was a
honor to the State."
TRANSFERS OF REAL E8TATE.-Sint(
our last report the following 'transf'el
of real estate have been,ontered -ihi tI
-ollice of ge4 county. augitpr -
Thos.1It. Elliott to* Francis 1 i
two-sevenths of an, acre in. the town
Winnsboro; consideration $250.
W. H. Kerr, Qierk of; Court,
James H. Rion, Attorney, 1000 act
in 'township no. .10; cons)idediti
James M. Curlee to 0. P. A. Broon
W. HI. Padgett and 'othors, 'trusines
acres in township no 0.; considerati
David L. Glenn toTh. IL. Jcnninl
825 acres in township no. 10; conls
TheWinmnsboro Building and L(
Association to the Towni Coili
Wlnnsboi-6, ene lot lhi Winldmeo
8.;W linff, Sliefiff, t4 ~Gerge
McMaster, 458 acres in township
5 ;consideration $20. " '
James W. holiek to Win. A~
dowoll,I8 are's in~ townshillui
J. Y. BNrce to Reuben- Moblo~
acres iii township no.--; coseaidera)
Mary Johnstoi1 to Thos. I'.BrWoo
-acres. in township no. .8; dee'
,.Mary Johnston -tojgosW, f
ston,-acros in township, no. 8;N
- sideratiki, sNviceS fTth'e ol13y(
f111ly suggest to the ToW10l 'Councu
prohibit the daily practice of im:1
ing . do' in gige pubiog cis(pg
the Co r nouisd,' or' in ny other c
such bodies of stgai Arr
Itis desi-able should be kept]
tendo ortly tadstrb'its jt
the erttt over~ the <
TI.I YILLOV RVRR0C.
,-Breaks. -,Out .AgA1u, -a. W'phiwEt9 AN
'ueople Urged by th 11 alth Authorlitos
oLeave4tenge'loe A:i ong the bilxn's. It
MimE3'ils, July 10.-The Board of ous
ealth,this tuorhing issued the follow- h1s
g order: pi6r
"'To the People of the City of Men- stat
is: We would say uietly, remove a ri
)ur families to a place of sat'ety until the
o can at least see whether a few eases 1 p)0
t yellow fever will ussinme an epidom- vali
form. To the people along tile ; sh
aes of the ditiront routes of travel out
e say, there can be no possible danger tiol
t the infection for many days to sov
Five new caser cases are reported Iio
Is morninmg and one (lith-all infant gril
t' Judge J. 1.. It. itay, of the Uriminal for
onrt, who, together with another )lii
m, is prostiated with the disease.. A lco
erfbet stau1)ede of citizels is in prog- Ati
Css, the trains being unable to carry tie
way hundreds who are ready to P.a
L,vrn.R.--At this hour, 2 p. in., there acm
1as becn no, chauge in, the situatio.; nol
'he great desire of every one is to of
:ve the city before the fever spreads. tin
ithe phhysicians atro hop)eful as to tihe Di
'uture, but the stampede ofcitizenshus sel
linost r a sumed, the , panic for1., ed
L'here will, uot be gr8 enough to-))it Al
o carry the people away, Biusiness;; ba
s progressing but to a liuted extent. 1kI
..... . --bli
WiLLIADs, ULRNIE & Co. The press,; tic
)articularly that of this State, is, at bi
)rcsen1t, vY'rW much'exercised over the il
pparent fiululre of, perllap)s, the rich- w
ist mn-11 in South Carolina. 'T'hore A
ave been some very heavy criticismS in
1po11 the conduct of Mr. Geo. W. O
Williams in the matter of the lissolt- at
iol of the firm of Messrs. Williamns, D
Birniie & Co., of New Ym k. Although in
to every honest Itlind the conduct of 11
Mr. Willians may seem a little sI
"fshy," yet we do not 'propose (as w
sotne our exchanges do) to pronounce bi
him a- real defrauder. If Mr.' Wil- fi;
liaml Birnie's statement is true, :irc a
Williama Is certaItnly ats mean.a stloun= c
drel as any of Scott's ch1ut; if. it is not r,
true, Mr. iirne 'should -be' forced to ICe
the punishienit ot': a base libel. M1' 1
Williams asyt has taken no steps. to. h1
vindicate himself against .the charges li
of Mr% Birnic. Why not, we ask?- u
Does h1e think that "the charges 'will be a
sustained?" It Iogks very 'much li.i L, (
ori else le certainly would, are thlbY a
have. taken solle steps to prove hi mself. e
not guilty of the charges' which Birnie c
has been pleased to bring forward._ r
Lancaster Review. I
IIAYES' VIEw 01' IT.--M'. 1u1yes),
view of the retsult. of, the election of
1878 ly . answer .his p,m-pose
'.,,r the tune being, but it, is'. notI
a view to stand the test of analysie
Let us see: In 1878 there were po.led
for members of the. Forty-sixth Con
gress, in the whole country, 6,711)464
votes. Of these 8182,568 were cast
forI Democratic nominees; 2,7#4,224 for
Radicals, and 804,667 for G reeniback.
ers. The Democrats and Greenback
ers have voted for the hills whichl
L:laves has vetoed, and the Radicals
h,1tc'voted against them. 'lhat is to
s.iy, Mr. lHaves, whenever he vetoes
an aptI)'opriation bill, executes thq
presuitible will of 2,724,224 vofora
anid alitagonlizes tihe will of .3,9837,28d
voters, As represented W Congress aid
as. expressed' at' the last cleatotl. Y11
otter words his' vetoes mean'that a
p1L'ty h ih i -l tbthl winority, of
i, 6I,066 vobtes04out of 4,7j1.454 ought
*tojdomiinate the destinies. of, tihe -coun
.try. Let it not bue imagined thjtt the
DbmocrtA afe iOilf.indtl1 io o'tlt sig
A nltlinclnce of t)lie" 14I lefor
"I IfaY4S, ho.sas 'I sa .,attleoutset
t(to'devil. i)dub'tl'he 1A hvii~l~
%o "rat,a for sQaying )hPi110W1Y to .de4h
a h ,it yeair. Biltdie nas not seen the-end
o: iu .t,rouibles., There '* s still i'room
'! f r a good deal of retribution b)etweenl
't LskIIete antd thos4th of:. Marchy~ -1880.
)f A d a-majoritt of 4,268,006 votes isa
hjli that,thle 1(adical. party' can~ nefoi
to l~)iot 6vegiilh Grant or Jo .y
- ~o ord it.--A .C. Buti'iu
p1ALRIY N F?OLITOS.T-~Iuf'm
2 nless, a chivalry commIlon 11n patly p, i
,2t.ies which has1 no0w become extrem~el;
onl mare. Then it wans chistornarny for ,th
- lll ng lpln to hold t)ieir pevsonla,1
s, b'i 1 nistnlota subord1hjati;i' o'
idt ~rei'rences of 'tile )art.y.
thet'e iveve riv'al Candidnates for a n6i
nlat.op1 wvhler oq Ila ad ,bgen selbete
an~ the otihers.ifdlt boutid in ,g6ld. falfli t
of go in and do all ini their powVer to pr
ro; miote 1118 election. 'And even in ti1
scrit'es .for t. iomingt onl a morege
eroues, ' forbearing, h Ild harmomiol
spirit MAs manIfested than' 9e ai'e a
no. customed to of late.
In r'eference to, ti1g flxtflegoeil.
k. nomrtintiolis foi' govern'or of tis 'Sta
*and for President of the United State
Sa bitterness of personal feeling is
ready alpparenlt which ''tugurs ill f
8the sucsesse of tihe party.
bion Cannot tile old generous and chivi
ric state 9pf feeling be restored, ay
r pen once mnore manifest a dispositi
tg rogopesonatl preferenece, and
p lgto isaeltile2 yerstiA1 .Mi
-athies, for the pblie good?
IsEAs'l! POLA4 'UET
at the as ele"'ac
al't \t f6to m AfA*p"3Yt
iers- amonig t.be stundets iaardd
near' ege, Hie had1
f te c)Mas '( tWoi
a ~fd~l van'i u th'a
applaren ine ase hel'
ridabout ~tse Itme 'bit
vnt hatients4 the
WfY h u
1'11 i.blV Ni I'l .. B
is very striug, anld yet'" hotori- i
v tri.e, that Prince Napoleoat W#10, r!
now 'becomo head 'of 'the" 1on l,s:
't fatlily should haVo, 'notwith- at
ding h' is'a professed soldlior and onl
presentativo of a ,warlike stock, .,
reputation, to put it (iolicately of
tessing i t' .moro diaetion thn
)r. Ie certainly scons to haye
wi considerable talent for keeping
of danger. When1 the insurrec- 01
1 broke out in the Romagnit, forty- 'T
an years ago--Ito was only n1ine ni
rs old then--he was forced to leave S
:ne, where he was staying with his (3
udiother, Mine. Letitui Jlopaparte, Bi
Florence on account of the con- un
mation of icousin, Louis 'Napo
i, withithO rtVolitionarv tistires.
:tr tile tifaous coup d'etat ho re
,d to private life, intt reappeared in.
is on the restorotion of the h'tm
o, to share the honors. plentifully
:orded to his titmily. 110 was pro- F
uinced a French prince by a decree
the Senate, and among other dis
ctions was niado a General of'
vision, although ho had seen no J
vice. In the Crimea he command- si
a.division of. infantry reserves at c
ma and Inkermann, 4nut soon went
k to Fraince oil a iplea of ill health. t
was openly Chiarlgod with resem- :,
ng henry of Navarre in one 1ar
ular-in showing the white teathler,,
t in a very difl'crent sense 'roim the P
tn ot' Bear. In the F'ranco-Italit.. i
ir he was at the head of the Frencl u
rmy of lescue, but was not, engaged A
actual hostilities. JIeflectilig otn the I1
leans family in a speech in the' Sen- (
a (1863), he was challenged by the L
uc ('Auile, but declined, to -t.hb
dignalion and disgust of the army.
e asked Louis Napoleon what he'
ould do ,nler , the circtunstances,
hereupon the Enipress Eugenie said,
Iterly: "Wh,n a man thinks of
hthir, cousin, he does-not ask such
questiol. ' Louis Napoleon was
mvinced of his cousin's timidity, and
ntirked nore than once: "If' a bul
t. should. ev('. be - f.uid inside of
lon-'lon, it will be a bullet that he
is swallowed." The Prince" is so
thle liked in' Fratce 'that Ihe spends
meli of his time in ngland. This is
most unhippy fame for a public mai.
))te wouit think that he woutld , be
Iways leading forlorn hopes, lighting
mpty tigers with pen-kniyes, calling
Ut every dead-shot either to die dra
lac'ally or dis pt'vo his reputation.
3ut'yoor 'ion-1 ln Is not that sort of
Tint SwOnDS OF '. "1118TOnY.-The
1lowing are the six iiunous s\vords of
listory with rcnowned.nautes:
-Excalibur. See history of Prince
Arthur, 1., 3.
2-..isar's sword, called "Crocca
iors" (Yellow Death). See Com
inentaries, Book IV., 4.
3--The sword of Charlemagne,
aalled "Joyeuse," made by Galas. It
is said that it took him three years to
4-The sword of Edward the Con
lessor, called "Curtanat' (the cutter),
a bluht sword of state, carried bA'o. 0
the sovereino'iUs o'1'diglaltit atttieir oro
nltiol, etlb)lelatic of mercy.
5--The sword of Cid. called "Cola
da." .'.1 his swt r. was first known as
'the swors of Mudarra. U. was given
to him by his fthetr when ie went
forth to avetn ge a gros ' insult offered
to his parent by the CYbunt Don1 Gotnez
de Lozano, toi-d of Gomnaz. See
Soutecy's "Booli of the Cid."
6-The sword of Hlector, - called
"Durindana,"-alitid' to lie 'still preC
served at RtoQa1tsatdO3u i Jirpilce.
T 1o th.ese wve might, pgbaps, adc]
'the sword of Goliathi" andl the 'sevd
of 'Gideon,'? fromn the Soripture. a
There 'av'e Ailso 'a large numbeor" o
swords jugntioitgd i let 1ds' id - his
betef) -1"ModhaiW" (t,h; keoon), an
"Halef' (Lhoi ay)13, a ,
Hace L., of' Nor'ww' had, a swom
called the Q,uern Biterk' (foot brondt i
Vlnd kimoWu as" "the *'dlv i
made several. Theai.ames aro as fi
. Sinttram had also aceclchrated s .
called, " Welsung." .<
SWhoever limited the "celot ,
swords" to six overdid the hbob,
for if the Legends of Europe air
p ounted in, there are at least
us layige stI .o cornemstonesa by,h.
. Istone Lighthouse the ofs' did"eobe
I tpm Old'N' tunOQ"'of . ~mif
*jc9't tha't btulthe . ie
to nediing.. 141d.,f~uso ,audnit
, uried the Ilrves,e and:e vom'
i- builder- beneath tfo'ilditt the'
r since hen .hat be 'pro'iht' dr&.
foundais .o~ frst. Ed l~tnq
i. Wistanley b3t and' with i t was
id Lighthoitse ob 4terrible stot''mi of
on entilfeddut' T/"1hi( tn"~Was
eyeo.visited.tiri ereows .of twvo
ed war* we dN~'titiu'sight-of
(Kent roots, whiloe nli another
tr. thonsand sheep word-I
coun- adalsteEight thous
wa' awofoe" ~wned 'by tile
aone amioutite , ,soveral
ou'esterlin1~ It "'-84little'
lotc ghtlhOi85.as of,w d
s -1 abulL' by W rd.1 It oo
r osite makimgte
des ~5? 64"1 '-after'
tat'sone israther a 'on
tht foe ithe builders- of
ld?'tWnu 1ghthoitsek wore' prac.'
engineers. 'Wu~stanIo was a
e titry'. gdittletria '1pig i' Wqa
silk mercer and SgMt ~ts ahi 1t
, AND L. ASSOCIA T.1ON&
uI Mbrd regular meeUng dt ,.Wlnnts.
boro Bulliill and Loan Asso(tUon I
1 be hold In 1,11C'I owu Jil 0 Mond#yoen
th 14. instant, at" b 'o ofen, Mebr wil
h tir books anll y thoirlionthly tnstal
S8 otpr etiora . t timel, otherwise
al to 1 centa s har will be charged
er is eeting. Tere will be from
thousand to twelvf hundred dollare. on
)dD R. Ft,ENNIKEN,
l. I9 Br9y. and 'reas.
FRESH TURNIP SEED.
ED, Top, Vlat ):41i, White Globe,
Cow Hor,. eAbrte nI, Amber
obe, Golden Bal), .Rutn Baga. Seven
p. Also, tlower of Bulibur, Strych
ne, McMlutnu's Eliiif of 4pi.4n. I. i.
ringces, Gum' nmpihor Assaftida,
lloroformn, o!th'otlXrUl heS,Nail U3rttishos,
rd Seed. Toilot SOji, &o..jttst received
A for sale by
july 12 - WM ASTI1 & BICEui
STATE OF SOUTL C/ROLINA,
COUNTY OF lPAItIEllD.
loderick.. Gopos, as Trutoo, Plaintiff,
against4aiuel B. Clowno and Others,
rN pursuancO of an. orderof the Court
of Common Pleas, imad in the above
,aod case, I will offer for %le before the
,urt.house door in Wiun>oro, on the
rat Monday in August net, within the
%gal hours of salo, at pub.e outcry, to
ho highest bidder, the following-do.
ribv.C property, to wit.
All that pteceo, paroel or ract of land
ing, being and situato In to County of
'airiuld, in the State of,Suth Carolina,
rest of and near the .to\U Vinusboro,
ontai9glng oNS ulN 'hl3 nAN) NINETY
citEs, p oo Qr less, $ed bounded by
tudls belonging to thg .ta- of Charles
'ad heart, dWcensed, laud r."- 0. 'Timms,
inds of Mrs. Clara J, Stwa;, and lands
.f George 1tobert'on
Ternis -if sale.CASH.
Clerk's Offlce, . I KEItR,
Vinnrbaro, 8. d., 0. '.- P. P.C.
. July 11, 187 .
,OR Medical use, try te colobra"
ted Sartatogtt Ryo Whitey, at F.
. IABE NICT s.
KOWN i1NA TCE.
BE IT INACTED and ordned by the
Town Council of Winrsoro, A. C.,
l Council met, and by the tthority of
the satlo, that it Ahall' not bilawful for
any dog, tiot tocotnpfnied bits owner,
or some one if ch'trgo, to b upon 'the
streets of the town withouteing muz
zled so as to effectually pront it from
biting any person or animal,etween the
first day of July and the, firslay of Oo
tober of each year; and any C violating
this provision"shall be takenp and im
pounded by the poli'e for venty-four
2. And be it further onacd nd or
dained, that the owner,. if kow:, shall
be informed of said impouidi ; ,nd any
log may be reclaimed 'by its r upon
the layd}mont of.one dollar.
3. If tny dog be not reolaimed in the
twenty-four hours it shall be \ Vd by
Done in Council this 31st dayf July,
A. D. 1878, under the orporat(seal of
the said Town Council.
(Seal., ) AS. A. BME,
W. N. CH't>iLa
TOWN OUDINA C.
E Jt, enacted anl ordn:d by the
BIu Itnlant and War's of the
town of \Vinusboro, t. b., i>:mncil iet:
That, for the purpose 'oisihg sup.
p.les fo'r the 9ar comn.ent Ap'il 1,
1879, and ending Alpril41, , , a tax for
the sums and in the''ianiqil pji"'~C
mentioned shall be raiseA, for the usr
the treasury of the vsidj is to say: two
and service thereo, ene cupon .9vpry
and one-haltimills a' theoreal and per.
dollta of the value s,he corp,orgte limuite
~sonal. propertYy,ioro; two dollars to
of the town of NVie inhabitisnt between
f e paid by over And fifty-fWo yenit,in
the agda of aizdon the strebts of said
list of wo~rkl'~e" ier' cent. upon -the
town;' nd s' at auction.
, nottnt b'iassessed and payabpoen
2. Ali be p aid -in the following
de th ds and-nlo other: aGold and1
d indP., United States currency Oan
silvgaank notes,l a.
.nn',;taxes: assessed herein s)aal
)e .-t payable between tihe 1st <;lay 4)
le ,.er and tihe 80th day of Novcenbor
Q,inclusive, and all,.taxes remainini
d.e an,d un past og t,he 1st day of Decem
d 1870, i6ri1 be colleeted by disti'eg
r otherwis , o prescribed ,l is
ogehe #ii y l'egal costs.
4 y e p0hing propert, in (b
sorporate liits .df 'the sai ' (n 2
Vinnsboro are reqitirbd, betweeid thed 1bi
Lay of June and the lst day of Augusi
187, inclusive, to make sworn rett,rni
aid property for taxation to the tow
lerk,End the. said town olork id shereb
required, when' property-holders: ofpil, I
refuse to make said swvorn return, .i
rtdd tifty per centum to the ret'urn of th
Uneo in Council, tis thirty-Aret da
of Ma, A. ,D. 1879, under- th,e.cerlloI'l
seal ot the said Town Conoil.
(SNaa.) JAS. A. IICE01,
- E. 8. C1HAIDLEn
Th /ETi 5.TSiPOR
SE.O 1 *NE aIaene,A
th eai loofth 8
8T & 1&'4P ,:R
DBI_ K)IJ AIUOS4i COFIFEE. __
THIRD ARRIVAL 0
NEW GOODS THIS SPRING.
ALL WCOL BIuntir.gs in Black and Colors. Black Crepe, Al
pacas, Cashlmeres and Lawns. Linen Sitings in Stripes and Plain
Colors. A large assortment of White Goods, such as Jaconets, F
Swiss, Victoria Lawn, Piques and Cambrics. A full lino of Linonl
Drills and Cottonades. Also, Cassinoros, Bleached and Brown
Shirting and Sheeting, Plain and Figured Lawns, Cambrics and. i
r Percales. h
0 CIALICOEM ! O'ALICOES!! CALICOES !!!
---CALL AND SEE~~'-A
11T r. DIAMOND f. t
A nice line of Hats in Straw, Wool and Felt. S
Our Shoe Stock is fuller than ever, which fact speaks for itself.
Clothing in great variety, and a full and complete stock of tj a
No baits thrown out to catch the unwary. All Goods sold at a 0
gitimate Profit. C
0 P. S.-A large addition to our Notion Department will arrive in c
few days. F. ELDER&O.
flINK ARIO A COFFEE. t?!
S0':L.1 SEWVING M"ACHINT
WniCH 1I..# A
-- _ : - It 1:1s Kelf-Sctting Needle.
Never l'rcaks the Thread.
Never Skipa Rtitches.
1. :j i, I.ilghtcst l.unning
/ - A N'ew,and;hti.plc Device
Winding the Bobbin
- Wlihot rem -vn? 1t:n ,lMp fror
- :"the Ys:.u1'aVhe I.,it: I wi:.
The f.ipllr:ct, tho Most Durablc
and in overy rc.cpcot t.a
BEST FAMLY SEWI NG MACH9eNE.
The"'NEW AMERICAN" is easi:y learncd, dcoe:: not [et ot of order, and will do more we rk
with Ices la'or than any other mnachine. 1.ustratcd Ci. culur furtiuhcd o: opp:ication.
t r. DeVEY. .aT--~n- F N. C:io.Cos Fi.oo uore .
J. O. BO'AG, Agent for Fairfield.
A VALUABLE INVENTION
THE WORLD RENOWNED
W" LS N SEW1 IN"G- M A k hCRisINF
in workmanship Is equal to a Chronometer Watch, an
as elegantly finished as a f1rst-class Piano. It. receivc
the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial Expc
sitions. ' IT SEWS ONE'-FOURTH FASTER than othc
rdrict ,is.,It capaity I unhi# t~... 4. k. OY r
the s cornbined sales of ,all. the othirs. The WILSON
MENDING ATTACH MENT for doing all kinds of repairing.
WITHOUT PATCHINC, given PREE with egeh machine.
ama WISONSEWING MACHINE CO,
)ESt 1hiladelphia tager : Beer, fln a
')fresh every day at F. W.. HABE- JJjJ *
Nicut's, Rear of Town Hall.____UUU
JD RECEIVED !GnesOODs I
r Figured Musliis, Figured andbooadvcnt.Orsoko
aWhit Lawns, Centennial Stripes oos:nig,LaeBnig
Y Cambrie Musalins, -Bleached and Dnols eg,LnnL~n
U lnbleaohed Sheetings auia Drills. ailLaw,ore Jants
0A lo of Shoes from the -Virginia ABATFLASRMN
ataty 1risoni, overy pair of which we
Gents' Straw and .11ur Hats of the Anwlto ht n ooe
latost stylos. .Tlnig utoee.Scn
ALSO, lto asree r,~Oal~~
Cashimercs, Tweeds, eau and o fFn,Praosad~oq
C6ttae.IBaDrs to dsb te aie o ins
boroand icinty.Tur sock on
-ists of ~ Ion,-famTe redine,.l
Woo. B-unati, ' L acoBnsing,
N.fl..A oto Jh FanelaDonalells egreLn. Lwn
jQfl 19 ''' ]jCorde Piqes haSuimingsm&k., try
URI4.Swde'Mas N; . o La"ces for shTrimming.iOr Stok inl
aother aint is' full UaBT' colte
otW ofCsUmresfrom Crottes
Ju~ oend tlc lt tvilleir& mill[s opne a o assne
t)~Qes. lso sotot BQQl4E to Noti us in. .a~a
sa~ Sugrs. Awu4.%B.-AutoiutiadicasF-y 1afo
adchfteot-uisfo all 'thep Jolt iuei7
Whiskey:forl lo for cas a ofoaHl 11' H ABEIH ,R
- s - -'Ifd8i45t~ - 10MPAw RoV'EMENTua OF1.lIbbu,~
ud6 ropoLd4a bioloth Gai :.'allhe I$tI
'W;Candg L1 -Has at19 '3q ani A1.a
11 mes Als ae.' -a
an i's51. Ai ' Hb,,a
Ca e a speai.. "All ohefa rit
' ls," a'. d h6 't/1Away.Tayad e o 2
a si slowerthan est.s, ole, .Th
At the Winnsboro Dry ,.(1od:
ancy Goods and Millinery ii'
second lot of new, cheep end ol
mt goods. Millinery and Fancy
oods in all the latest styles and.
)volties of the season. Mrs. Bdog,
Lving a first-ciass milliner.tofasslst
!r in this Department, is fully po.
ired to pleaso the most fastidious,
id will tako pleasure in doing so.
beautiful line of Silk and Cptton
arasols ; Corsets, Kid Gldves,
adies' Jabots and Ties or Scarfs;
ress Goods, Buntings, Poplins,
ilks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimmings
-in fact a full stock of such goods
s are usually found in a first-class
lillinery, Dry Goods and Fancy,
A beautiful lino of ladies' and
lhildren's Slippers, Gaiters and
hos; also, a nice assortment of
A full and fresh stook of Family
)roceries: Bacon, Meal, Fluor,
Jorn, Sugars, Coffees, Soap,
[n short, you can fincs all You :vian ,.i
u, J. 0. BOAG'S, and as 'oheap. as a1
,he same goods can be bought any
where. Don't forget to call: 'Nx "
trouble to show goods.
J. O. BOAA'.
Sixteen new and first-class Sewing
Machines to be in store in, i' day; or
so. The New and Im'proVe'd'Vgti
cal Feed Davis, XX. P. F. "; al;othe
Now and Improved Aneriesn,,ig"
ing in price fron -$20.':upwr e.:,
Those Machines are from the facto, ;
rios of good, responeible eom'ani' a'atesf
and aro warranted 'to brsst td
reproscu ted. I * .
J. 0. I30A(',
Agent for Fairfield County+-.
F0R the colebrf,ted Matthews
. 1868 Old Cabbio .Rye, cAll 'V"s'
W. HIADENIVJIT, ItOe O ~et
SECOND STOC '
SINM AND SUMMERIGOODE
Consisting of 200 pieces C0l,'
b0 pieces Muslin, 25 pieces Pique.
White and Figured,a 100 pieces
Bleached Domestic, all solebit brande'
New York Mills, Wamsutt,a i4
Fruit of the Loom.
'Diess Goods ini all styles apd$
quality, All Wool Bluntings, Cash-'
mes, Cottonades and Brown
OUR STOCIC 01" CLOTING,
Boots, Slhoes and Hlats is completo~
which we sell at very ,10 >~rices.
All we ask is to give us a tra b$efore
buying elsewhere, as We ftake par..
ticular pains in shoir.g ouri. goods
OUit SOTION AND) MILLINET
Dep)artmenit is full of New Go?dde
na Styles. Ladies' Gloves frota.
onie to six Buttons ini Lyle Thread*
and Silk.. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Hose in all sty'les and
colors. Fans and Ladies' Nek Woat'
TOO NUMEROUS TOE~ ,'
Collars and Cuffs and many aty$
100 Parasols at 25 cents e b
.100 Neck TIies at,5 cents. aplj1
25 pairs M3oys' B3uMfopn ~ 'g
worth.$53.00, for $1,00-,vNos,10 1~
and 1 to 4.
One lot Women's Shoes,'
and 4, at 50.ce1its.Piit
One lot Gents'.Shoes9 wpfJJ4
sold for $1.00'*
Remember aLheso -H, en~~
sold for the .azx6 &,f
at those prices, beforettakingastools.
and a change of the'fir. y i ~
TB & Oa X4