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OWN AND COUNTY.
UiSDAY Augnat '3, 1 : 1870s
TmvWovA p. H iws AND 11Hs. IL.>
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s i. These rates apply% to -11] ad
ertiseiacuts, of whatever itala ce, an(
1e pavable strictly in advanceo. Coi
rats for threey 4ix or twelve mnonaths
tade on very liberal terms. Tran
int local non-cs, fifteen cents pen
ne for the Ilrst insertionl and seven
,(I one-half cents pu line for each
ubsequont insrtion. Obituaries anld
'itet 1o' repect charged as adver
Isenients. Simple annoulcements o
arriages and deaths published free 01
large-, lid solicited.
Al' communications, of whatsoever
ttilre. should be addressesd to the
Vinnsboro Publishing Company,
jinnsbotro> S. 0.
Som1e tileves entered the store of
lesnrs. F. Elder & Co. on Tuesday
liglit and stole t-bout seventy-five
poulds of bacon, and some articles of
reo dy-made clothing. The impression
is that the thioves had a key to the door
of the sto'e, o aXo tests have yet been
11. M. S. PINAVOna..-- We are re
quested to announce that in response
toi a written request from the Suarviv
ors of the Twelfth legiment, and at
the'solicitation ,of other citizens, tile
Winnsboro Histrionic Club will give a
secoId perforniance of Pinafore on the
meing of the 20th insttant.
1) .'It of at Fua.x.'r A(.eAdvnt, of Fairfleld.
Ittelligenco has.been received of the
detho' corge IT. ,1tobertson, Esq.,
wlich occtrred at his home in Ifinads
county, Mississippi, a few weeks ago.
,A' Mr. iobertson was a half-brother of
,1our estee mied fellow-citizen Dr. T. T.
lItwisonl, antd lived lr ma1ny years
in :hi'. county, Iler'e he tide a large
munb11"er offricnds, whlo will be pained
-0 to learin of'his death. He wa' a Ic
illa of high character, genial disposi
t lion ndi1 wa heart-IuaiSlitics wic
* aiturlly won for hihn general esteemn.
As an eviaence of the regard in which
lie Was held by his fellow-citizens inl
Mississippi, We extract from the pub
lished proaecedings of the Democratic
c01nvt.ion of Hliids coulity the fol
.. S. M. Shelton offered the l'ollow
ing resoluions which- were uniLO
Whe reres, la thea myst.er'ious, yet ,a
w! inubly beieve, wise d isnsat.i
of the sujretn' tuler of' IIe Unliverse,
oiur hule Comit.y. Treasurer', Goo. II.
Robertson, Kni., has, upon the eve o'
the aLssliblillg of l i- Cotnvention
before which hi nalame would have
been brought as the most promninent
oaniditate Ibr nomiiation for the same
office, beenI sIudde0l11iy reilovedt from the
Scm1ee of-life to that bounie wheequcaIo
And Whereas, it is eininently fitand
proper)0 that the p~eople of' inds conn
ty, thriouigh their dlegates an this Con
venation as'seumbled, should give some
expreiC8on of their app~lrecitiion of the
merits ot'the deceased as q ciie and
a gentleman, and his servieces as an
*omcero, and tenader to his bereaved
widow and relatives their sinee_
~'symipathyV and conidolence ;
Tihercfore, be it Resolcedl, T hat i n the
death ot Geo. HI. Robertson, Hinds
:ounty las lost a most honorable and
;lblic-sjir'ited citizen and~ a most ef
Resolved, .fr'her, That in tihe dis
charge of the important duties of tihe
office untrusted to him by the people,
his coniduet was always marked by
that umrbanuityv and ki~ndness which evci'
vharacterizes thle true genltlemnan, and
his admnistratiolt 'of that ofice wasI
conducted ini the most hionlorable and
exemplariiy manner; tihe insidious
tongue of sIe nder finding no excuse to
speak aught against h im and the
breath of suisp~ioin never having r'est
ed1 even for a momaent upon the pure
crystal of his oflcial reputation.
Resulvedjfarther, That the people of
Hinds county through their del eguates
in the Convention assenzbled, hereby
tender. to the bereaved widow and
relativos of the deceased their symnpa
thy and condolence, and beg to assure
them that at his grave Hinds county
stands a mour'ner' and tenders with~
melancholy pleasure this tr'ibute to htis
exalted wvorth and noble virtues.
THE SIxTRm R EGIMENA.
onlstitution RecommendedA by the Speolal
Committeo; and Adopted at the Recent
Reetinag In WVinnsboro..
The following Is the constitution
adopted by the Survivors' Association
of the Sixth Regiment, 8. C. V., at the
recent mteeting in Winnsb'oro:
L. This organization shall bo known
as the Survivors' Association of the
6th Regiment 8, C, Volunteers.
11. Every person whlo wvas at any
time betweetn April 11, 1861, and
April 9, J64, a member of the 6th
Regiment 8; . ,V,, shall be eligible to
membership in thtis Association upont
application therefor at any annual or
special thenting thereof,
iII The objects of this Association
'are to gathier alld preserve all facts
connectedNvith and Illustrative 'of' the
history of tyhe Regiment> to presbrye
and pe fct its rec~rday ahd. to keep~
alive the memori~es and fX'endships
formeti in the tetmp and field,
IV. This Assocfation shall meet an
niually onl the first Thursday In August,
at such place 'a wnay be fixed by the
Asso .l~tt previous meeting,
andi i thereof, as may be fixed
by the~ eteom ve committee thereafter.
Vi y of this Association
shlafllU i6fie president, nine
vice idh*Lone from each county
in whioner ormore companIes were
formedaA~d 61163(eoIetary and tr-eas
urer, all'e fwhtni ,shall be .elected at
the aional~ .nmqe~p s, to hold -for one
year'and"aunUtuhehr successors are
in hisabgeheheeme ,eepresident~
prestnshal pre ido 'at the aniuial
and othei e *ii f the A ectat1iop,
a e b dtt
or looa oa~tps -and eachshal
have ati ~ yto appit an: ol'derly
sereamat, or satticn, for each coma
Ialny Wthin llhis county; shall presOldo
at the county lieetings;, anid Ahni dis
icharge t(e usual d uties of the presidiug
Sec. 3. The officer known as secretza
ry and treasurer shall keep and pre
serve the minite of' the proceedingas
of thei anual and other meel lngs ol tfie
Association, aggregate aid preserve in
it book, selled for that puirpose all tie
facts and illtbrinationi presettled i tihe
annilual reports of' thle orderly rgnt
or compaIy statistici:nts, 11(1 lrecvte
and keep the 'nds of tihe Association,
and disburse the saine, ats he inay he
ordered, and imake his report 'therieup
Sec. 4. T orderly sergeants or com
pay), statistiCians shall each keep the
records of their 1ospective conianies,
and note tierein, as; they ntty be in
t'Ormied, every fict. that inl his judgment
is connecltd with and illustraitive of
the history of the Rtegiment, or of his
company, or any metaber thereof, and
itake his report thwreof ill writing at
the annual meing.0
VII. Tie president shall aniitlly
appoint an1) executive comllilitteeo Con
sisting of live members, Whose duty it
shall be to look after) preserve and'ad
vinice the general interests of the As
sociatior in the iltervnt or thW IMOetilgS
thereof, ill such manner as they tliik
best, and report their act.Ion to tihe
next ileeting for Confirmation.
Mi-nEms, August 11.-Five new
ases of ftever were reported to the
board of health this m11ornling. Four
deaths have occurred since last night.
Hobert Iillander, Lizzie Dolan, Itev,
.J Ji. ]idley and a colored infant,
Rev J. H1. Rtidley was Lt1 colored. pas
tor of'Collin's Chapel, oil Washington
MEMPIIs, Angust 12.--Eight new
cases of fever were reported this morn
iug-five whites and three colored.
Ainong tile former are Mrs. A. A.
Todd, Paul Ross) Wailter Lake and
Airs.. E. P. Clningmillil. Four( deaths
From fever have occurred within tile
t'he city 1im1ith silnce last Iight-Mrs.
Sopihia Irwin, Mary A. Taylor, Mrs.
Elizabeth ltobinson and Chas. Green.
TiWO additional deaths . are reported
beyond the corporation line-Dnniis
and Luke Beach.
A catse of yellow fever has developed
at Whitelaveni, Tenn., eighit nules
s5ou1th of this eily on the Atellphis &
Timnessee .1huilroti, tile palient behig
Mrs. J. Bolton. All in1spettin' oftlicer
lia.: been sent to isolute the (Fwelling
aniod preveniit ite siread omthe disease.
--The Rev. Mr. Tiller of tile North
ern etholist Ctmrch wias one of the
Menphis reflgees who, Oil the out
break of the fever, lied to Shelbyville,
Temil. He died at miiidiiglIt ol Fri
SI Iy, and the whole ComIunllity was
arie-ted as to how ther should ilspose
Otliis body. Sone want'd it put im
<h I rrouln1d i iinteidilitely) others
thouglit they outrht 1t waiit'nl hour or
wforideCency's SJke. The great
diliuly as ill gettfing' vollunteer
sex:0on I-d gravedliygers. At list, by
lie ligilt of' hl ps, candles and brush
1ir1es graiv Was hurriedly scooped
out at lie back of the house, and at.
two o'clock ill the mliorninlg, a little
over 01e hundred minutes after the
unfohrtuimate clergyman breathed his
last, his corpse -wias rolled into the
shallow hole ald hastily covored 111).
The 1ext moning panic-stricken
cr'owds1 gathlered about the hlousel inl
whlichl he died, thrleatenled to burni it,
and at hist alccounlts were prep~aring to
Oecute their thireats.
A N-sw USE Fva- TonACCo.-The
uses5 of tobacco, after haivin~g long been
.supp~osed by3 anl igniorant wVorld to be
limiited to the practices of smoking,
chewving and snu~lfling, have of late
yers beenl found much more extensive
and( various. Untbfrtunately, the gen
ticelnan wilo is nmost conifident as to the
merits of1 tile weed who lives at Cla
mlart, ibi Franilce, has gone a little too
fanst in iis anxiety to turni it to advan
talge. He has developed atlheory that
tile inhlaition of tobacco smoke by
fowls causes their flesh1 to a~ssnme~ a
wonderfully white color, and to be
come vnry lender at tile same time.
Hie atccordmlgly shut up a ciicken in
his fowlihouse and( s'et fire to a store of
'caporal,' wich he left burning iln thle
place. Tile .younlg fowl, so far from
being averse to the odor of the nlarcot
ie,3 was incelinled to try its taste as well
ais its smell, and haed in a fewv days'
time consumed so muchi 'eaporal' that
its flesh was5 not only whlitenled, but
absolutely "nficotinized'' with poison1.
To it as It stood-probably in a rathler
stupid state-upon its perchu entered
One nlighlt an adcveniturer named- Car
rouge, who, after belonging to a con
fraternity of professional cicken steal
01ra, lhad started a business of his own
at Clamart. Tihe precious bird was
carried elf, plucked, nooked and eatoen,
aind a short time after breakfast the
thief was seized )yithl violent an~d in~tol
erable painls. lIe rushed to the doctor
heedless ofthe necessity whlich woui
arise of disclosing his nocturnial esca
pade. He wvas found to have been
poisoned iyy the nicotine conltainied in
the flesh of the foivl, and was wtth
some difficulty saved n'om death. He
wvill now be tried for thieving.-Lon.
Strlr, hnutIaa.-About threoe year's
ago the Observer reported the ease of a
citizen of tis coun~ty wiho, having
mearriedi in 1848, lited a fire on his
hlearth-stone as soon1 as he eatried lis
ne0w wife hiome> and hed kept it burn
ing over since. The citizen was In town
yesterday an~d, being questioned about
tihe .matter, stated tihat the fire was
still burning and throughlout all thoe
thlirty-six years it had never been al
loived to go out. Questioned as to
whether or not it made the house un
COmfor'tably hot in~ torrid whether, he
said the extra heat thus enerated was
not perceptible. Iln rep yto anlother
questionl, lie said tha in summer
Iweaithetr, when~f it was necessary, for
comfort's sake, to keep the fire burn
inlg very low, he had to get up fre.
quen~tly at nigh~t to replenfsh it slight.
ly, but that hle counted this as :nothinig
when1 he contemplated the idea of that
1fire going out. He has evidently
formed for it~a stron~g attachment, andl
yet 911e would not take him for ai
senltimental man. Bunt this fire is to
hlim a'constan~t reminder of the day he
first brought home his bride. Around
ithscidrn havo gl'ownntp into
rnanhood'and wvomanihoo'dgtdd their
children have gased into its light. -Its
* as tile last lighat that fell. up~on tihe
eyes of his wifb, and he hopes that it
Will-be the last that will fall upon his.
Viewed thus his sentimentt in the
matter cand. e understood, nd .so
4t~ropg44thia setintent thest ItC4t%
old man It6 amounts almost to a n
-Adam Ilelhner, of Port Huron,
Miedh., got out. of' bed, arled himself
with a gun, ald went, downi stairs (l
huut, a burglar. IIs with arose im
med(iatelyC aerwarii', ad stole oil tip
too down another stuirwav. Thev
enime together inl a dh1 lif'gt, andl
1lelmer, mistaking his wife for a burg
lar. killed her on the spot,
BOA RD OF EQUA L12AT10N.
T1111H County Board of Equaligation for
Fairfield Countv will meeot at the
Auditor's Office, at Winnsboro, on Mon
day, 25th Auigust. intant, for the purl-ost
of liearing 011plaints from filny taxpayors
who have been not: fOtl of additions to
their rttris of real estato for the year
1879, and for such other business as iay
como boforo said Board.
I. N. WITRERS, CouAnty Auditor.
SMOKE the "Key East" Cigar-the
IlSest- in town -fo uhl by
J. D. McCARLEY.
'UIRE WHITE OIL.
-150 DEOREES FiRE TEST.
-TE recommend the ErSTAL
SOlb as a safe illuminator. It is
am clear and white as water, consequently
gives a brilliant light, with very little
odor. Try it. The price is less than
ever. J. M. BEATY & CO.
FOR a cool glass of Pure Lager
Bcer-superior to all others-call
at P. W. HABENICUT'S.
FRISH TURNIP SEED.
R ED Top, Flat Dutch, White Globo,
Cow Hfom Aberdoen, Amber
Globe, Golden Ball, Iluta Baga. Seven
Top. Also, Flower of Sulphur, Strycl.
niko,, McMunh's Elixir of Opi..m. L R.
Syringes, Gum Camphor, Assafotida,
(Chloroforin, Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes,
Bird Seed. Toilet Soap, &a., just received
and for salo by
july 12 McMASTER & BRICE
0 for the Bay State Shoe.
T J. M. BEATY & CO.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
William F. Adams, Plaintiff, against Wil
liam P. Yongue, Defendant.--Sumnions
for Mone y Demand. -Complaint Served.
To the Defendant in this action:
y OU -e hereby summnhfned and re
(e4l -I to answer the complaint in
this action. of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, an1d to serve a copy of
your answer on the subscriber at his
office, No. ' Law lRange, Winnsboro. 8
C., within twenty days after tho service
of this summons on you, exclusive of the
day of service.
11 you fail to answer this complaint
wihin tht, tim e afore taid, the pltintil ,
will atlply to the C. -:i., for jlnd.:m ni
i:aiiist you for the si.m of two lundredc
dolhers. with inter.ent at the rate of seven
r te di per anlnum from the fi s't d,)
tif Decber, ono thousand eight. hIi
dred and seventy-eight, ..nd costs
Dated .July 5th. . 1: '879.
W E. KE R, C. C. C. 1'. aIld 0. ".
A. M. MACKEY,
To tie Defendant., William P. Yongue:
TAKE notice that the complaint in
this action. to-.ther nith te sumnions.
of which the t...re-oing is t copy, was
eild in the flee of the Clerk of the Court.
of Comllon Pleas. at. Winnsboro, in tIe
Counaty of Fair' ehl. in the Statoetof South
Carolina. on 2e 5th dlay of .July, 1879.
A. M. MACKEY,
Plaintiff's A ttor'ney,
July 8th, 1879.
july .0- lnew6wthu
I F YOU wanht a god Mint Julep, Ie
.Lemonade, or any f'dmer stummer
.trmn9, call on J. D. McCAltLEY, Init it
will be served to you in the most tasty
THlE STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mary A. Lyles, Piaintiff, against John
W. Lyles, as Administrator, Miinnie
Lyles, Mattie Smith, William Smith,
Davis Lvifs, Victoria Lyles. Frank
Lyles, Wi liam Lyles, Charlotte E. Ed
erington, Francos HI. McKe'own. John T.
McKeown, Dollio BI. Ederington, Pre
c~ous N. Wall, Joseph B Wall, May
C. Ederington, Eugenia Ederington,
Henry M. Ederington, Barilla IR. Eel-.
erington, Fra'e's 11. Ederington, Caro
lina J. Ederington, Winn Smiith-De
fondants. Summons for Relief.--Com
To the Defendants above named:
YOU are hereby summoned and re
gLuired to answer the complaint in
this action, wvhich is filed in the office of
the Clerk of Common Pleas for thle said
County, and to servo a copy of your an
swer to the said comnplaint on the sub
scribers at their office, No. 1, Bank
Range, Winnaboro, S. 0., within twenty
days after thle service hereof, exclusive of
she day of such service; and if you fail to
answer the comnplaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in' this action will
ap)ply to the Court for the relief demand
edl in the comnplaint.
GAILLARD & REYNOLDS,
Plaintiffs a Attorneys,
Dated August 6, 1879.
Filed August 6, 1879.
W. H. Kania, 0. 0. Cs P. F. 0,
BDEST Philadelphia Lager Beer,
.ifresh every day at F3\ WHIAnnA
NIGHT'S, Bear of TO~vh Hall.
RQDERTSON, TAYLOR & CO.,
GI~O. W. WItLIAMs & CO,
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers arnd
General Colnmission Mercbants,
1 &3 HIAYNBJ ISTREET,
Charleston, S. C.
Will glIe atli business thojr most careful
attention. Consigients of cotton so
()TALRD &, do,'s F'rench Brandy,
JJaaca Rum, Holland Gin, (.mi
ger Brn Blackbery Brandy Peach
andAp re Brny .S Rum,
OatawbaR Wipe, Oherr-y Brandy,
Doinesio '-a. The very best
brands of ON~s Ollewing. and
Blaokwell's oqlebrateda Smoking'
Tobaodo, aikd a very superior Fine
Pale Table Sherryv at F,f ~. -
eNIGT'S, Rearsof.Txown Hall,
be t6 1 .
r will sell for the next THD1T)
DAYS, our entiro suimmer istoel
AT COST FOR CASit ONLY.
Come and be gonvinced,
Light Calicoes at 6} cents.
Muslins at 8' fand 10 cents.
Figured Pique at 8A cents,
White Pique at 61 cents,
Suitings at 8-- ceuts.
CottonadcN at 10, 121, 16 ani
We have A tomplete stock, con
sisting of things too numerous tc
in Ladies' and Gents' Nockwear,
Ladies' Hats, etc , etc., etc,
creat inducecients inl Shoes.
SUGENIIEIMER & GICOESCIlEL.
PURE Sweet..Mash N. C. Corn
Whiskey for sale low for cash a
P. W. HAnENRIT's, Rear of Market
E wou]li respectfully invite an
H ispection of Our Stock of
)ress Goods by the ladies of Winns
ioro and vicinity. Our stock con
ists of Iron-framo Grenadines, All
Vool Buntings, Lace Bunting,
)entelles, Beige, Linen Lawn,
?acific Lai, Cordd Jaconets,
.rded Piques, Suitings, &c., &c.
A UEA'n'IFUL ASSORTMENT
if Brown Linen Dress Goods, with
RAces for Trimmiing. Our Stock in
11 other. lines is full and complete.
L new lot of White and Colored
Crimmings just opened. Second
ot of Cassimeres from Charlottes.
:ille mills opened a few days since.
V lot of Fans, Parasols and Mosqui
"o Netting just inl.
McMASTER & Bd.ICE.
N. B.--Autom'itic Fly Fans for
jDOR the celebrtated M'atthows
1'1868 Old Cabinet Rye, call at F
W. HAnnarouT's, Rear of Market
POR the bgst half.-dime smoke, try
'"The Smasher," superior to all
>thers, at F. WV. HAD3ENIeHT's, Rear
>f Town Hall.
Figured Muslins, Figured and
White Lawns, Centennial Stripes;
Jambrie Muslins, Bleached and
Eubleached Sheetings and Drills,
A lot of Shoes from the Virgtis
state Prison, every pair of which we
Gents' Straw and Fur Hats of tht
Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans ani
J. Fi McMASTER & C0.
N. 1.-A lot of Blue Flannel ani~
Yacht Cloth Suits for sale cheap.
!T HE only pux'e Stone Mounitala Cora
WL~hiskey la town is soldby
iY. P. Mc ARLEY.
SMOItIiG and Ohowing Tobacco,
kOigars of the Anest brands. cnb
had at J. D. MoGARLEY'S.
Simple, Convenient, Neat atnd
Cheap. Every busines man
should have one.
NO INK ORt P1EN REQLUIEt
Alh. undersigned Ig-prepared tk
I111 orders, Samples can be seen ai
~y time. 1E. S, OHANDLEER,
INJ~ the bost two abad a halfed~i
cgat', astF Wanstuon'ao, gtea
Market Hl. ,
0 ALL WOOL Buntirgs in B]lack
Pacas, Cashmores and Lawnm, Lin
Colors. A largo assortment of V
Swiss, Victoria Lavn, Piques and
DrillN and Cottonades. Also, Qr
Shirting afnd Shooting, Plain and I
), OALICOES ! CALECl
A nico lino of Hats in
x Qur Shoo Stock is fuller than over
;r Clothing in groat variety, and
; No batt thrown out to catch the
e gatimnato Profit.
3 P. S.-A largu addition to our N
in workmanship Is equal to
as elegantly finished as a fi
the highest awards at the V1
sitions.. IT SEWS ONE-FOI
machines. its capacity Is u
WILSON MACHINES sold I
the combined sales of all
MENDINC ATTACHMENT for
WITHOUT PATCHINC, given
WANTrED.1 "IL8 a MUD
FRESH GOODS !
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bls. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
19 boxes Cream Cheese,
)oxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee--10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets.
Bacon, B3est Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Red lkust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley~:
Nails Trace Chains, Horse and MThle
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Smoking Tobacco -
IRaisius, Currants and Cltroii.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Peplper Sauce.
A fino lot of-BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whic~h will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. fl 1FENNIIt1EN.
nJ:o DEc3T. LATFEZST IMPROVED,
.at m)o% T)-OROUC~HLY' constructer,
)JJik'I M fACH Ct.t eve' inated. Al
thri wearliig~ parts t.roj bugdo ot' te LGCQ*
STaEL, (OAlEFULLY TMaPCRCD
an-1 are A DJUST ALE.
han Iho AJG . i n~2I1. ILl oa,1z
Easiest Thloadbd Shuttlo.
'o OBNI ao oIlou
Ihas a ALV fTT( aIX tel1
WJTIe 'A n iorlrL it a LArOIe
Johnson, Clark & Co.l
30 UNION SQUAR*. h.Y.
h300^adb thda oUs. M
Cpia not requred we wifi-tars eOLI
4A COFFEE. ____
'lHIlS SPRi NG.
mnd Colors. Black Crope, Al
on Suitings in Stripes and Plain
hito Goods, such as Jaconets,
C.ambrics. A full line of Linen1
ssimeres, Bleached and Brownu
'igured Lawns, Cambrics and.t
ES 11 CALICOES !11
Straw, Vool and Foelt p
which fact speaks for itsolf..
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a Chronometer Watch, an
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JRTH FASTER than othe
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n the United States than
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doing all kinds of repairing.
FREE with each machine.
'ING MACHINE CO.
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J U S T
At the Winnsboro Dry Goods,
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i second lot of now, cheap and ele
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coods in an the latest styles and
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having a firBt-class milliner to assist
hier in this Department, is fully pro..
pared to please the most fastidious,
xnd will take plonsure in doing so.
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-in fa-et a full stock of such goods
ris are usuially found in a first-class
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Shoes ; also, a nice assortment of
A full and fresh stock of Family
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In short, you can find all you wvant
rt J. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheap as
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where. Don't forgot to call. Ne
trouble to show goods.
J. 0. BOAG.
Sixteen new and first-class Sewing
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NTew and Improved American, rang
ng ihm price frohi $2t0 upwards.
l'hose Machines are from the facto
cies of good, responsible companies,
mud ar-e warrahited to be just as
Agent for F'airfield County.
CO TTON OlI,
WiTH IMPROVED RO01.6
;, M. ELLIOTT, WINNSBORO, S. c.
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3. MK ELLIOT'.'
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stitthe times, with acommnodat~Ionssnot
at based in Winsboro, .
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