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TOWN AND COUNTY.
SATUIMAY IOUNINO, August 9, 1870.
'Tinms op TimE NNws AND HERALD.
-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per
annum, In advaice; weekly edition,
two dollars and fifty cents pernnum,
in advance. Libcral discounit to clubs
of fle Iand upwards.
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per inch for the first insertion, i ad
fifty conts per inch V'or each sutbseq icnt
insertion. These rates apply to all ad
vortis3Ieents, of whatever nato ce, and
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tracts for three, sik or twelve months
made on very liberal terms. Tral
sient local 11otices, fifteen cents pr
line for the first insertion and seven
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subsequeitinsertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged as adver
tisemcients. Simple announcements o
marriages and deaths published 11ee or
chal-re, and solicited.
All CoMImuiciations. of Iyhatsoever
nature, should he addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Citationl-J. R. Boyles, J. P. F. C.
Charlotte Institute-Rov. Wax. Rt.
Pinafore at the Thespian Hall on
Thursday evening, August 7. Ad
mission 25 cents.
Tm n DisTium CONFEHENciE. -A ium
ber of persons irc iln attendance upon
the District Conference of the Metlic
dist Church, at Rock Hill.
No HlynuoroniA.-A rumor was
current that the negro mnanl who was
bitten by the imad dog oi Watereo had.
died, but investigation proves that lie
is ts hearty as a buck. No threatening
sympLotms whatever have manifestedt
rE. Ciuois.--Thc rccent rins1 through-.
out tihe county have had a most bencll
cial effect on the crops, and much more
ihvorable reports are given. A ride
along tile road to White Oak and its
vicinity disclosed some good corn and.
very good cotton.
ATvi31imEA Escrma.-Tin Kel l.
whIio wts brought recently from iAiktit
county on the eharge of' robbing 'In I
er's store inl this coui1ty, mald li t
tempt, oil Thiiisday afternoon, to
escape t'roi jifl. lie wtis conflied inl
the debtors' room, anid managed with
his fingers alone to romove h(lie piaster
ing and loosei a brick next to the
window, lie had reioved fill exAept
I he outer lIver when he was discovered
anid pit inl sat'er cus,"todyN..
RAIZZnoAn BuImGRD BUHiFM.-fTi for
maMion was received at Columbia on
Thirsdav that the covered bridge over
Little River, on the Greenville and
Columbia Hlailroad, wtas burned. It
is not lmown how the fire originated,
but is supposed to have beep caused by
a spark from a passing train. The
down passenger tirin was compelled
to stop 0on the othel- side of thme river
aund transfer its p)assenlgers to a train
sent from below, which then brought
them to Columb)ia.
COTTroN TAmm.-,~rThe following are
the revised rates of tariff' on cotton
from Winnsboro, tihe charge being by
the bale: To Boston, Fall River or
Providence, $3.50; 1%w York and
Philadelphia, $3.25; Baltimnore, $3.00;
Charleston, $2.25; Charlotte, $1.62;
Columbia, 79 cents.
It will be seen that tihe rate to Newt
York is twtenty-flve cents less than
wvas given in the sfatement furnished
us for publication on1 Thursday.
These rates are much hess than has
heretofore beeun charged. Onoe dis
crepancy still'exists. Tihe former rate
to Columbia was $.60 and to Charles
ton~ $2.50. While there has been a re
duction of 71 cents to Colunmbia, the
reduction to Charleston is but twenty
five cents. Tihe question now is
whether thme South Carolina Rlailroadl
has1 increased its rates forty-six cents,
or whether the Charlotte Road charges
that additional amiount for making
this "close connection" contemplated
by the chiarter.
THlE SIXTrH UEGIMENT.--TheO ommit
tee ofairranugements for the reunion met
in tihe Town Hall yesterday morning.
On motion, thme secretary was instructed
to publih tihe following for the In
formton of township committees:
"Tihe townmship committees shall en
deavor to increase thejir lists, especial
ly in poultry, fruits, potatoes and
roastig-ears, and that they delver
their contributions in tihe following
order: Carcasses butchered must be
delivered here on Wednesday evening,
August 6. Those livinig at a distance
must deliver their beef, mutton, hogs,
poultry, etc., alive, On Tuesday, Au
Thursday, August 7, not later than
9 6'loc, 6 my Contributions In
money Ins ohne nWithout fail
on Moniday', Auigust 4.' Floi' in or
der to be cooked, must be delivered on
ago-th Rv. . l Akinonopened
a scoolforyoug ldie inObarlotte,
N. O At he ime e onturecd the
predctio, bsed ndupe'rsonal ex
porlence: ofer tkno' minent
qua1lfiatioits as an inistructoh' that he
nvoul~ nchieve the most flattedn'g suc
cess ltfsoirediction has been real.
ized4 *di eg. past year tihe school
has b1 rfind( fOni t rty-flye to a humn
4ue tudYev4,i eb apile. In taking
~ l~o~~i~tut lAt year, Mr.
Atkf1~h~wisi$'ilt4d with himself
the tea6bide ofd te if st popular
schools bs the p1ae ad thtg estab
liehy~d A e$id@i 04hIp&h. binde
daughters to school, to write to Mr.
Atkinson for a catalogue. The Char
lotte.Democrat, whose editor patron
ized the school, says: "The manage
ment of the Rev. William Atkhison,
the president, las been tried by our
citizens, and we are justified ink sayillg
that all are satisfiled and pleased.
Nearly all 1his assistants are h1omi1e
teachers of experience and high stand
ing, well qualilled by long practice forI
the diselargo of their respective duties.
Pro'essor 31ldez, the principal musical
instructor, is thoroughly comptent,
and esteenwed as a gentleman by his
pupih; and ),ur citizens who know
him." Mr. Atkinson claims that a
comparison of his charges for tuition,
etc., are as low and reasonable as any
institution of the kind ill thle country.
See his advertisement, in another col
umn11i, and address hini for further in
2HE E L L IV 1711 y.t
Miimmus, Jly 30.-Four new cases r
Df yellow fever wero reported to the 'I
Board of Ilealth this morning. No I
Jeaths have been reported up to noon. I)
W. W. Corcorai, the banker at e
W1ashingon, ). C., has sent a check r
or $2,000, to be used for tihe remov al I
f tlie poor and destitute from the cit.y. o
EvENNI.-Eight more Cases were 1i
'eported to tie Board of Healthi this it
ifternoon, including five Colored. No s
lentlis 11on -'ver during the tvent - o
'our hours ending at 6 p. in. Sever'ul )
mases were reported outside of the cor- n
)Orate Ii mnits of the city, which are not 1
tiluded in the official report of the I
3oard of Health.
The Howard .Association has forty
ivo irses oil duty, distributed among 0
It'v-six sick people. v
b. A. I Iatcher and Brooks Wilson, a it
:legrapll operator, are reported dying h
There are about two hundred peoplc '
it Camp Marks. 1
Abuuis, July 31.-Five new cases n
)> fever were reported to the Board of 0
Iealth thisii morning, four. Colored, and C
hrec deaths have cuItrr,d-Micvhael 1)
thy, brother of Chiet'of Police Atlv,
Bprooks Wilson, telegraph operator. t1
ind C. S. Forbes. The latter resid("s A,
wyolld the corporationl. The wit'o (', b
.h1ief of'- Police tliv was strickenII
i hr 11;ver l:sti. i t, bileigh, Tel
iessee. Ilis datiugh tor, Eudo'at, is ill :
ly I ig coi1dition. The weat her is ele:ar
Ind wilrln, which is favorable to the v
i,read of the f'er.
A 1:11-ge Iiec.ing of' colored people e
vas liell af n1Ioonl to-day it Co;llran's1 t
liall. .R1esolutions weire adopted op- (
W41'ig the removal of' the blacks to 1,
M n1), an.d epres,ing iwir determinia- 0
ion it) appval to I he absei. merchantu 81
or assi.sinice. The sentiment of the e
nectin- was strongly opposed (to the r
EW OF 1Ill DA11Y.
-Intli~gence received from St. Pe
trsugnmucshat one hundreds
erons were arrested last Sundav enl
lie estate of the Orand Duke Cons'lan
ine, brother of' the Czar, at Pavlosk,
lcar St. Petersburg.
-1 is given out at the Treasury De- I
pirtment, that the public debt, state- I
ilit for last month will show an in- 1
3rPOJsC of probably six million dollars. I
l'hiis increase is attributed to the large t
ulnounit pidh out for arrear~ages of penl- I
-Five ladies-Mrs. Persells, of
B3inghamptonl, Mirs. Blostwick, Mrs.
nid Miss Biurkclew, of Kirkwood, andc
Nliss P'ollock, of New York-woere1
Lrowneld ill the St. Lawrencec River
near Clayton, N. Y., on Thurlsday by ~
the1 upsetting of a pleasure boat.
-John Kranz, of East Farmingtonl,
Polk counity, Wis., recentily drove iinto
lIhe lake withI six chiildlren in his wagon
to water his horses. The hlorses be
couming frightened ran into deep) water,
thie wagon upset, and Kranz and fiye
of the chiildrenm were . drowned. The
boy escaped by swimining. The eld
ost child wvas a girl of seventeen.
-Tle p)leas8ur steamer Low Wal
race,. together wvithi the dwelling of
James Cl'eveland aind three boat houses,
wasburned at Gogneck Lake, twvo
iniles souith of Battle Creek, Michigan, e'
oim Thursday. Mrs. Cleveland anud one10
child perished in the fiames, and( Mr. i
Clevelaind saved himself and one0 child
by jumpig from thie second story win- t
Clow into th e lake. Tile fire oirginat- I
ad in thie engine room of the steamer. c
-The Hamiltoni county (Ohio) Re- e
publican convention oni Monday was c
omething of a novelty. It numbered
01n0 thlousand inembers-onie for' every c
twenty-five voters-anid met In the big
music hall. Einhmty-one cand(idates
were nominated for tihe lower house of
the Legislature, and it took four hours
and a-half for tile first r'oll-call. -Five J
hours were required to elect time repre- ..
mentatives, and two hours to nominate
-R1ev. Henry J.Munson,ofWrI
sestor, Mass., after preaching a sermon
ma the holiness of matrimony, stopped a
Elowni from the pulpit, said that lie had c
been too long a widower, anad request.- t
ad Miss Mattio Eaton to come f'orward. r
iss Eaton complied, and tii6 clergy- C
nan, to the astonishment of tihe congre
gation,, mnarried himself to her, cash
vowiing to 1)0 faithful to thme other.
-William Hi. Churchill, a respeta
bile New York merchant, was arrested c
on Moniday anid taken to the Tombs
Police Court like a common tief,l on
lthe charge of r'obbing a Californian by
whose side lie hlad stood while making
some purchases in a store, but when
the prosecutor a'rrived at the station 110
l'ound the missinig moniey in lis own
piocket, which mnade it elcdedly uin
pleasant for him, lie wllh now proba
bly hlavd to pay for his misfake as do
fbndantin a stilt for false arrbst.'
-Johnm Jenkins, a divot, -Who WaA (
let dowvn into water b6low the New
York Battery on Wednesday in a sub
marine costume to recover a- sunken
anchor, was drowned by the bursimig
of the pipo0 which supplied him with
air. Hoe signaled to be drawn ump, but. ,
the signal was at first mistaken, 'mnd 1
when he was raised to the surfiace and
tho helnet reomoved ho wvas dead, tho
blood having gushed profusely from
lis mouth and nose 'dnn hi last
-A disease akin to choleraisrgn
at Centre Point, LInn county, Iowa.
Fully twenty persons hated ed frnft
its of'ets durn g the t)s w ooWeks~
ladan equal nutbh&V oB
t~tdyits Itisa al
k:, Ltltownl -oY
No Mona INIONANT R HADElt.-The
Benton (Nevada) Tri- Weekly Letter
tays: 'T'lo readiigI aIatter ich ap
(ars in the Tri- W eekly Lettoi is set
i) at the case, without mnanuscrip)t or
:opy of any kind, save an occasional
lote fin ponil indicating the subject to
)o mentioned. No proo' is takei of' the
natter, and from the peculiar arrange
nieut of our iew and improved office
to proof can be taken of it, save at
:onsiderable trotible and delam. The
>ress wo use is not it printlin'" press,
utid never before vas used as such.
kny printer fromi a first-class city ollICe
,voul pronounce it impoisible'to get
>tit a paper in any shape, with the
'acilies enljoyed in the Let/er office.
t. is inl c'onseq uence of such a state of'
Altirs that inainy errors and inaccura
ies Should find their way into the
myer-, small as it is. With these few
I'('Iatoly anld eX)llllatory. reiar-0ks we
viII at once proeeed w%'itlh ourt re<quest.:
Yo request, every olie ofl the liutiierous
carders of the 'I'ri- W'eekly Letter im
iediately on receipt. ol' (lie paper to
tike OIt his or her Iecil and com
encilg at the first line on the first.
age read it carefully through, ilark
ig as they occur overy error-then the
eador has a perlbef copy to tile away.
'hose not having pelles6 will bo sup
lied Oil application lit. this ofice. A 1ld
y adopting this rule our readers vill
lu'joy aln advaltage possssed by th eN.
ntder8 of no other paper in the world.
I' you lind anything objectionable o1
fWllsive or personal to yourself, you
ave only to draw your pcil over it
(d thiere you are with a paper just to
it, you-becoming , ats it were, yolul
wnit editOr-and five minutes aftci' the
itper is out you .won't have to be rini
ing all over town looking for the T-i
Veck-ly Leter milan when lie is safely
d away in the sage bush.
Cm.STEa COUNTry.--A correspondent
the Carolina Spartan who has lately
sited Chester writes to that paper-ai
Iterestinqg letter. We make the fol
Clester has two Narrow Gauge
airoads which it is hoped, will large- tj
proillote her trade. One reaches d
ortiward into North Carolina, the t
tier eastward to Lanca<ter. No
)lnt.y ill tile 8tate, perlit,hapS, wils im- a
roving" mlore rapidly in aill important
)spects, when the civil war began,
ma Chester. Measure'd by the sur
eyor's ehtaiin, FAhe is- 8small;' but tried
v any her It, slh ralinksr almong the
>remlost in lIe Stae. Inl Mill's S qa
SIie, ill the (.1bapter Oil Chester,
n1imer the hwad (it' vinenvit meni onle
ni is m1nio ,d, 4 (ol. Lacy, 0111 of
'hose descenldells we have iln Ourl oWi l
mility. A lbert0Gallatln Bh-own,t"Unit
1 States Senator, l'ol 1ississippi, at 1i
le opeling of .le war, was born in n
1hester. There is one p1lge -in the ear
h his(orv o' thi.. count v (01 soine inter
st. 'he Ulited Stat'es Govermnent
Acletd ai fine spot, in the southeastern
Urner for. a military sAti<ll. Unll
acks, Arsenal &c., Nvere laid off and
hi. Dearborn (Secretary of WVar
1om 1801 to 1809) caie to inspect, the
ork. The C'biefof Enigineer, Sent','
es there ill at Small grove of trees he
lanted, without ia stone to mark the
pot'. Whel, a fev years after, it, was
roposed to found a National Military
chiool, this spot was One of several
lol whielh ia selection wasll made.
'he. reader, if' in t.houghtftul mood,
ay think what would have been the
esuilt in this county and State, if the
ational West Polit School had been
>ca.ted on the Catawba River with all
bie pr1eStigo and paltronalge of gover'n
icat poured out on tile haip>y spot.
'hlese "if's" of hIistory-hlow tantaliz
ig and unsatisfactory!i Just belowv
hant same spot, at Rocky Mounit (aln
1(d re0v0lolutlay battlo field) Shier
11an was1 dlelayed1 inl 1865 by a swollen
iv'er. If somlch)ody had been inl his
ear', with sufficient force- but as rce
3.arked above, these "ifs" otf historv
re quite unsatisfactory.
FORL YOUNG LADIES.
(ext Session Begins September 10th
and( Ends June 8th, 1880.
pHIE entire corp>s of the able and ex
..Lprienced 'i'eachecrs of the past sos-1
ion will continue their connection with
hie Inistit1 to. This fact, with the uncess
f' the Institute in overy particular dur
rig the past session, is a enufojent testi
.vonial of its excellence.
Special arrangements and special terms
w young ladies who wish to take only
Iusie, Painting and Drawing, ame d Mod..
rn Languages, severally 'or colleetitely.1
The health of Charlotte and of the In.
fituito is unsurpass:'d by that of' any
ther plae or school in the South..
For any information addresa the Prin
ipal, Rlav. Wa. RL. ATKINSON,
aug 2-t2x2 Charlotte, N. O.
'HIE STATE OF. SOUTH CARIOLINA,
OUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
ty J. R. BOYILES, FAq., Probate Judge.
W HERIEAS, J. WI. Puroell hath made
suit to mne to grant him letters of
inunistration of the estate and effects of
[enry Jacob, deceased:
These are therefore to cite and adnmnmish
11 and singular the kindred and creditors
f tile said Henry Jacob, deceased, that
Luey be and appear before me, .in tihe
curt of Probate, to be hield at Fairfield
lourt House, S. C., on tile 10(h day of
ugust next after publication hereof, at 111
'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if
ny they have,. why the said administra
on should net be granted. ..
Given under my hand, this 1st day
f August, Anno Domnini 1870.
J. R. B3OYLES,
aug 2-x1t1 J. P. F. 0.
PDURE Rye WIhis key, Ale, Porter and
Soda Water for sale by . .
.J. 1). McOARLEIY.
ROBEkTSON, TAYLOR . CO,,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
etton Factors, Wholssi1o Grocers and
General Cemmissien Merchants,
1 & 3 HAYlNB STREKET,
*harlston, S. 0.
Wvill give all businss~ their most eareful
ttention. Consignments of, cotton so,
llod. . .
A.T THE MORSDO E yon o
transitonb or tegular het apioe to
ithems t . a esn
WITH IMPROVED ROL'
J.'M. ELLIOTT, WINNSBORO,
The subscriber has had fifty y
oxporionco in the gill business.
J. K1 ELLIOT'
NO WOOD, NO PAPEl
N the Standard Screv Bay S
Shoe. J. M. BEATY & C
1HE Store formerly occupied by
.. Wolfo. Apply to
SUGENIIIMEit & G1OESCiE
F OR the best half-dimo smoke,
i "The Smashor," superior to
)thers, at F. W. HABENIoIT'S, Il
)f Town Hall.
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'lE AMERICAN CYCLOPE
Within the last twenty years tho
ress of discovery in every departmer
nowledge has made a new work of
reneoti an iuperativo want.
The novoment of p0itical affitirs
ept. paceA with the discoveries of scioi
nd their fruitful application to the
lustrial and useful artN and the coni
onc and roinement of social life. G
vars and consequent revolutions I
courred, involving national chiangex
monliar moment. The civil war ot'
wn country, which was at its hI
vien the inat volume of the old v
ppearea, hais happily befn ended, at
tow course of conimercia aitd ind us
ctivity has been commenced.
.arge aecessions to our Geograp11
Knowledge have been mado.
The great political revolutions of the
lecado, with the natural rosult of
apse of time, have brought into pi
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whoso lives every one is curious to k
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numerous Colored Lithog;aplhlo k
bho wvhole costing the publlihe a
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exclusivo of paper, printing and bini
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ine that wij otprnecde all oth rs, is
sffreto th bptlic at a ver~ .modc
prido. A bf-ton oents ~ ay
iriod of .~w~ iman othf" je
burs fok iizios orW frivoliti%xof 8,
inioun4 w,ilpay for~ a c dmpleto an
the. (oope~Ida -by~ a'.bI-monthly,
lerip thi 'Thus t.here will b6i6inetl
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dleclge indeed a. uni 6t4tltlb
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dhwh14st at-oU time ,
lunMd t tit I
I NEW GOODS
ALL WCOL Buntir.gs in Black
pacas, Cashnieres aud Lawns. Lir
Colors. A large assortmont of I
Swiss, Victoria Lawn, Piquos and
. Drills and Cottoniados. Also, C
Shtirting and Sheoting, Plain and
r.q CALICOES I CALIC(
. -CALL AN
II '~ J3~TIIE
Ca. A nice line of Hats in
. Our Shoo Stock is fullor than vor
y Clothing in great variety, and
try No baits thrown out to catch ti
all Z gitinato Profit.
ear o P. S. -A large addition to our N
4 I few days.
~ inay 20
at- --- -
WItSUN Z ;EW I
der in workmanship is equal to
. as elegantly finished as a fi
icb the highest awards at the VI
ha sitions. IT SEWS ONE-1FO
L04 machines. Its capacity is L
,c& WILSON MACHINES sold
cod the combined sales of all
t to MENDING ATTACHMENT foi
to WITHOUT PATCHING, giver
IA. AA W SE
tof CHICA rh,3[
i:: FRESH GOODS!
reat JUST RECEIVED.
ork -CONSISTING IN PART OF
Ical 24 bbls. Molasse--all grados,
400 lbs. Choico Buckwhoat Flour,
1QF;t 10 boxeR Cream Choose,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
iose 12 bbls. Sugar, ill grades,
.t of 14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
I 50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
ran- BAGGING AND TIES.
ticli LARD in bbls., cans aiid buckets.
and Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
7.theo Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
a of Rye and B3arley.
-mna- Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoesf Axle Grease, Whit.
very Wino and Cider Vinegar,
r t. Smoking Tobacco
inial Chewing To
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
the Frer;h Canned Salmon, Peaches and
o* Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
ates Chow and Pepper Sance.
iww A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOE~S.
rith All of which will be sold cheaps for
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN.
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TF YOU want a good Mint Julep, Ice
cod Lemonado, or any fancy summer
oddrink, call on J. D). McCAitLEY, and it
will be served te you in the most tasty
PI JUT ITEfl
or-- Figured Muslins, Figured and
fa.White Lawns, Centennial Stripes;
ifits Cambric Muslins, Bleached and
Unbleached Shootings and Drills.
with A lot of Shoes from the Virginia
ape State Prison, every pair of which we
'.Gents' Straw and Fur Hats of the
,.0' Cassimeres, Tweeds; Jeans and
ted, J. F. MeMASTER & Co.
al N. B.--A lot of Blue Flannel and
like Yacht Cloth Snip,s for sale -oheap.
itof june 19
FR1MH TUiRNIP SEED.
O Oo.~iCw Horn, Aberdon, Amb.or
nGlobe, Golden B3all, Rut fagsoven
on .Also, lflowet of Supu,Sro4
and Colors, Black Crepe, Al
Len Suitings in Stripes and Plain
VYite Goods, such as Jaconets,
Cambrics. A full line of Linen
issimieros, Bleached and Brown
F igured Lawns, Cambrica and 0
0ES!! CALICOES!!! p
)ND iII n
Straw, Wool and Felt.
, hich fact speaks for itself.
a full and complete stock of t
unwari. All Goods sold at a 0
otion Department will' arrive in C,
F. ELDER & CO. ]
Nus'R M ACHINEm"
a Chronometer Watch, anf
rat-claos Piano. It receive,
enna and Centennial Expc
URTH FASTER than othe
inlimited. There are more
in the United States than
the others. The WILSON
doing all kinds of repairing.
FREE with each machine.
FING MACHIE COm
.a, U. S. A.
URE Swoet Mash N. 0. Corn
Whiskey for salo low for cash a
F. W. HADENICUT's, Rear of Market
DR ESS GOODS
W would respectfully invite an
inspection of our Stock of
Dress Goods by the ladies of Winns
boro and vicinity. Our stock con
sists of Iron..frame Grenadines, All
WVool B3untings, Lace Bunting,
Dentelles, Beige, Linen Lawn,
Pacific Lawn, Corded Jaconets,
Corded Piquos, Suitings, &c., &c.
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
of B3rowvn Linen Dross Goods, with
Laces for Trimming. Our Stock in]
all other linos is full and complete.1
A now lot of White and Colored]
Trimmings just opened. Second
lot of Cassimes from Oharlottes- <
villo mills opened a foew days since.
A lot of Fans, Parasols and Mosqui
to Netting just in.
McMASTER & BRICE.
N. B.-Automatic Fly Fans for
SMOKE the "Koy East" Cigar-the
k)inest in town--for sale b
SMORING and Chewing Tobacco, and
k Cigars of the fineat brands. can be
had at J. D. McCARLEY'S.
TjORco ol L eo de IeSoda
IWater, call at F. W. HADENIGHT's,
Rear of Market.
'The BEST, L.ATEST IMPROVED,
and m:ost T HO ROICH .Y consitructet
EWI INO MACH IN GJ over invented. .AE
91ho wonrJong )murts e.ro nudo-of Iu the DET
STEEL, QAREN-ULLY TEMIGREI
and are AD3UST ABI.
hi laeo ATIB0 fd2'.E TLZ$ZN n
Easleet Threadod Shuttle.
T o0Q3fllD na o b
ia a S1Afro'r - ?~WZ,
and has~ meoe
aU other ini 0S
J U S T
AR RIVE D
At the Winnaboro Dry Goods,
F'ancy Goods and Millinery Bazaar
L second lot of new, cheap and ole
Yant goods. Millinery and Fancy
Ioods in all the latest stylos and
iovelties of the season. Mrs. Boag,
iaving a first-class milliner to assist
ior in this Department, is fully pre..
>ared to please the most fastidious,
md will take pleasure in doing so.
. beautiful line of Silk and Cotton
Parasols ; Corsets, . Kid Gloves,
iadies' Jabots and Tiea or Scarfs;
Dress Goods, Buntings, Poplins,
3ilks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimmings
-in fact a full stock of such goods
Ls are usually found in a first-class
Uillineiy, Dry Goods and Fancy
A beautiful line of ladies' and
hildren's Slippers, Gaiters and
3hoes; also, a nice assortment of
A full and fresh stock of Family
iroceries: Bacon, Meal, Fluor,
Corn, Sugars, Coffees, Soap,
rn short, you can find all you want
at J. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheap as
bhe same goods can be bought any
where. Don't forget to call. No
brouble to show goods.
J. 0. BOAG.
Sixteen new and first-class Sewing
[achines to be in store in a day or
3o. The New and Improved Verti
al Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, the
New and Improved American, rang
ing in price fron $20 upwards.
rhese Machines are from the fqtoq%
ries of good, responsible companies,
tnd are warranted to be just as
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfield County.
SECOND ST CK
SPRING AN" 5"UM1HR GOODS
Consisting of 200 'pieces Calico,
i0 pieces Muslin, 25 pieces Pique,
White and Figured, 100 pieces
BIleached Domestic, all select brands,
New York Mills, Wamsutta and
['ruit of the Loom.
Dress Goods in all styles and
inality, All Wool Buntings, Cash
neres, Cotton~ades and Brown
OUR STOCK OF CLOTH1hG,
Boots, Shoes and Hats is complete,
wvhich we sell at very low prices.
til wve ask is to give us a trial before
uying else wvhere, as we take par..
icular pain s in showir.g our goods
OUR NOTION AND MILLINERY
Departnhent is full of New Goods*
mnd Styles. Ladies' Gloves from
mne to six Buttons ini Lyle Thread
md Silk. Ladies', Misses' and
Dhildren's Hose in all styles and
solors. Fans and Ladies' Neck Ware
P~OO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
Jollars and Cuffs and many styles
100 Parasols at 25 cents each.
100 Neck Ties at B cents eaoh.
25 pairs Beys' -Button' Gaite~s,
vorth $8.00, for $1.00-Nos. 10, 18,
mad 1 to 4.
One lot Women's Shoes, Nof~8
mnd4, at 50 cents.
One lot Gents' Shoes, worth $8.00,
iold for $1.00.
Remember all these will e,nlt be'
;old for the next
it these prices, beforetkn to'
mad a change of the i