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TOWN AND COUNTY.
TiU1tSDAY, Soptomber 11, : : 1879.
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Winnsboro, S. C.
Knights of Honor--E. S. Chandler,
hcimer & Groeschel.
Fancy Groceris-J. F. McMaster &
REGluaous SItvICEs.--By appoint
mont Bishop Howe visited St. John's
Parish on Tuesday and held divine scr
vices in St. John's church in the morn
ing. He was assisted by the Rev.
Josiah Obear. There were no caudi
dates for conilrnation. On the Sun
day previous, lishop -Howe visited
St. Stephen's church at Ridgeway.
A Snoo'rIo ScRAiE.--Oi Tuesday
Scipio Cohen, and Jordan Gibbs both
colored, became engaged in an alle -
cation which resulted in Seipio's lodg
ing a load of shot at short range
into Jordan's thigh and groin,
inflicting a dangerous wound. Scip.
had some harness and an iron axle be
longing to Jordan, and when the latter
sent for it, Scip refused to give themp
up, claiming damages to his crop by
some of Jordan's stock. Jordan went
to Scip's house taking a gun along, but
alleges that it was only to killany game
he might see along the road. Seip as
serts that Jordan leveled on him, whenl
lie fired iii self defence. Jordan denies
this. Scip is in jail.
PROCEEDIxGS OF COURT.
Several Rieh, Rare and Raey Cases--The
J"Brethren" and the "Sinners."
The afternoon session of court, Mon1
day, was occupied in trying Howard
Stark, colored, for burglary and lar
ceny, from Messrs. Turner & Sons'
store. Tim Kelly, who was arrested
in Aiken some time ago on this charge,
pi14aded guilty. lie testified that
Star;k aided the larceny. Stark claim
ed lint lie innocently hauled a box and
trunk for Kelly, who left seime of the
- stolen goods at his, Stark's house,
without his knowledge. Messrs. J.
G. McCants and A. M. Mackey de
fended Stark, and made the point that
the offence was noj burglary. The
Court sustained this point, and the
jury rendleredI a verdict of not guilty~
of larceny. A new indictment for re
ceivinig stoleni goods was given out.
Green Caldwell, charged with miut
der, was arraigned, and the trial wva
set downi for Wednesday at 10 ('clock.
Mr. Mackey rep)resented the defenad
Tu~lesday. morning wvas chiefly taken
up in the trial of Howard Sitrk for re
the same ats those adduced in the larce
nmy case. The11 jury after being out a
couple of hours, returned a verdict of
guilty, with a recommendation to mner
cy. Thtesentenice was onie year in the
The next two cases wvere for forger.y
the defendant in each being John Ken
*nedy, a youth as black as Erebus.
He had tasted slightly of the Picrian
spr1in)g, but turned his knowvledge to a
*bad use. Hie forged Mr. James Steph
* nlson's naume to two orders, one of
which lie passed on Mr. T. P. Mitchell,
and the other on Mr. J. A. Kennedy,
*of Brice & Co.'s store, Hie theni
sloped to Lewis' Turnout, whence lhe
was brought to Winnsboro and lodged
in jail. Whether his con.sse of reading
had embraced "Pickwick" or not is
not known,but lherelied on Mr. Toncy
Wleller's advice to prove a''halibi." Hie
expressed a confidence that if could get
his two witnesses from Lewis' Turn
out the alibi could be proved. ils
identity was too well proven to admit
of a doubt, and the jury sat on this
youthful literateur with uncommon
celerity, rendering a verdict of guilty
calld, nd te frstjuror drawvn.
Prisner loo onthejuror; juror,
- The defenidanit's faith in the saydgmen"
of his peers and the lair of the land had
Just received a severe shook. Hie in
continently caved. ''Its no no use to
swear him, I'm guilty," was the can
did confession. Hb got four years in
the penitentiary on the two cases.
Conrt adjourned for dinner.
After dinner Oliver Sloan, colored,
was tried for disturbing a religiouis
.meeting at St. John's Baptist church,
on Mr. Thomas Anderson's p)lace. The
chief prosecuting witness wass the R1e.
Robert Pc arson. HIe tei titled in
substance that being informed that
Henry Bell w anted a letter of dismis
slon, lie had called a meeting of-church
members to take the matter' in conald
oration, that Oliver Sloan'had boister
ously taken Bell's part, and tried -to
T blow out the light, that the sister's got
verf spuchl frghtened, that Sloan was
. put-out, but broke i the door, and
-. ealled the witness a dirty puppy,'threat.
enhng to drag him by the heels jill
around the hill. Sloan had been a
tue~tebut was deposed..
.*yderJoo EllIion, chief deacon,
fturnished the incat touiin. A search
revealed two pig tnils, and the solici
tor based his arguien t on the point
that no breed has yet been fiound that
furnishes two tails to the hog. The
jury, however, gave the accused the
benefit of the doubt, and they went on
their wNay rejoicing.
The holmicidu case 11p1ointed for
Wednesday wits postpold till T hurs
(ay, and thie whole diay was
consuined in the trial of Jaines Carter,
George Martin, Peter Martin, Bulbs
ltobertson, Ben Matrtii, Jr., and Jno.
Peter Cole, for assault with intent to
kill 111)011 John 'l''app-agaii ill color
ed. ThI' e testimn iy was "oil both
sides." The State proved that at
Alston depot abotit dusk on (lie 20lih
instant, John Trapp camne by the
(umpnI car which had the defedan(s
and some others on it. Jim Carter
caie down the' road to attack hliim,
with a knife. h'1 e others followed.
In the nielLe Trapp cut Jim Carter and
then struck off' at full speed yelling
"murder," the crowd pursuing with a
dupli pol an(] spike sledge, however,
which was being brandished frantical
ly. Trapp ran under the plat'orm,
still yelling, and up to Mr. 1). R.
Elkin's house, calling for help. Mr.
Elkin appeared with a gun and drove
the assailuts back. The deF'ence was
that Trapp had provoked the difficulty
and stabbed Carter and that the bal
ance then ran after him to capture him.
N 1G1ITS OF BLONOR.
IIHE regular seimI-nnnt.hly meeting of True
1. nrotherhood Lodge. No. 344, will be held in
.lSYic -lall on Friday evening. 12th Inst., at
s o'cltok.. E. S. CIIAN DLEIt.
Aug ii R1eporter.
IF NCY GROC I ES
Consisting in part of Cream Cheese,
Macaroni, Crackers of variona kinds. such
s Cream, Oyster, Corihill, Jumbles,
Ginger Snaps, Butter, etc.
Canned (oodv--Pineapple, Peaches, To
nult.. s. turlines and S l1mon.
l'cles - Chow-Chow and Cucumber.
I,. & I'.'s celebrated W\orcistershire
'mrn Starch, pure and fresh, Teas of all
kinds. Soap, mtarcht, etc.
we keep conslaily on hand a full
t ck of Staple Qrocerivs, such aPs Bacon,
\ieal, Flour. Sugar, Coff .e, Salt, Molasses,
cte. Baging and Ties for sale at bottom
N. .. --We are opening daily a splencdid
as:mtrtient of 1)ry Goads, Boots, Shoes,
ats, ('ro 4err, etc. Give us a call and
sept i t J. F. McMIAST ER& CO.
Co'NTY TR'IE tse;mtah's O)FFIcE,
Wissanono11, S. U., Sep t. a., 1879.
11IE hooks (If thi'ofilco will be re-open.
ed to) r.-cci ve I:Ixes for the fiscal
-:ear, 18378 9. (ln Mondaty, September 15.
A lpenalt,y of 15 pe l)'cen- will attachl to all
ielinqucents on the 1st of November. The
*ate r centumi on thie a.ssessed value is.
Town.hips 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 7. 9. 10, 11, 12,
1- "tatIQ. 22 mnills, '', 3 mnillq, Sch~ool.
2 mills, F~encie, 1.\ muill:t Tlotal, 9.} mills.
Tlo'vnmshiips (1 aun 8 --State, 21 mills, On,
1 m,ills, School, 2 mills. Total, 73 mills.
To.wnis'ip 1-1 (spec.al school 1 mill,)
S.tate, 2)j tills, Co , 3 mills, School. 3l
mills. Fence, 1A mills. Total, i01 mills.
A elh tax of one dollar will be required
of all malo p ersons between the ages of
21 and 6', years, except those exempt by
Partien whoj failed to pay the first in
stalmnent when duo will be regnired to
pay a ponialty of 5 per cent. on the same.
I will be at theo following places on the
days bielow indicated:
Durham's (Lamar's) October 1
Ola'den's Grove, Oetober 3
Wlood ward's, October 7 and 8
Feasterville, (ictober 10 and 11
Monticello. October 13 and 14
Jenikinsville, October 156
Horeb, Oo-ober 17
itidgeway, October 20 and 21
Bear Creek October 22
Blythewood, October 23
Winnsboro, Septembe)r 15 to October
I, also October 2, 4. 6, 18 and a'ter 28,
JA MIES Q. DAV.ts,
sep)t 9-t x1 County Treasurer.
NOW IS TILE OPPORTUNITY!I
AVAIL YOURSELF OF IT I
'Preserve your books, porl6tecals,
newvspapers and music.
State, county and railroad'oftleers, and
business men generally, supplied with
blank boo':s made to any rattern.
All families have old books, periodi
cals, newspapers, music, &c., which they
desira to transmit to their posterity. Then
HAVE THEM REBOUND1I
Which will preserve thorn and will make
them look alnost as well as new.
Old books, &c., should hot only be
rebound, but the current literature of the
p)rescnt day should be put in a durable
form for preservation as well.
This can be (lone in the shortest pee
siblo time, with the best material, in the
most handsome and durable style, and at
a 'irice wvhich cannot be duplicated any.
where, by E. R.8STOKES,
Stationer, Bookbinder and Blank Book
Manufacturcr, No. 155 Main street,
00mLu3 ra, 8. 0.
Jie- Send In your orders at once,
INDIA RUBBER BELTING.
TiIVE and six Inch three ply Belting.
1Lucerne Seed, Clover S?eed, all at
low prices, just received by
, ang 80 reoMASTER & BRICE.
jfOR the celebr&ted Matthews
l'1868 OdCabinet Rye, call at F
W. HADENIcJ!T'S, Boar of Market
I30R a good drink--Lemonade,
- Mint Julep, or any other de-,
lightful' Spring- Beverage, cal[- at
MORN1ING STAR SAWOON,
nar of Town 1Ha11.
r lIE firm of oManstor &. JIrice is this
day dissolved, and a now copartner
Hhip iK fOrmed by the undersigned under
the Style of ..cIrASTK1t, RtICE & CO.
Winnsboro, S. 0.. August 1st, 1879.
G. H. \I cMA STlERl,
JAMlES A. UltIC1-,
aug 4 T. 11. KE'ICIIIN.
A%SUIPhY of beautiful Porcelain
L.. Opaque Ware, just arrivedl nunttfor
sule at. prices which catnuet firil to ple4aso.
aug 4 Mc,A1TEIt, 1ICE & CO.
B3EING agent for the sale of the broom
mado at Iho South (.rotina Pen
leIntiary, we offer them to merOchant.
aunh 4 McMASTERt 31ICE & CO.
NOTICE TO TRES PASS Elis.
X LL persons are, hereby prohibited
fronm hunting, fi"lhing, cutting
timher, or otherwise trospans:ing u p n
mhy plantation in this county.
SMRS. It. G. CAMEItON,
A NEW supply of Maccaroni just receiv
\l. I3EATY & ().
A Fresh of choico Cream
. Chce received and for sale
it J. M. BEATY & CO.'s
IE STATE OF OUTI CAROLINA,
COUNTY 09 FAIFIELD.
COURIt' OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mlary A. Lyles, Plaintiff, against John
W. Lyles, as Administrator, Minnie
Lyles, DIattio Sunith, William Smith,
Davis Lyles, Victoria Lyles. Frank
Lyh,s, Williaum Lyles, Charlotte E. Ed
erington, Frances H1. McKeown, John T.
McKoowil, Dollio B. Ederington, Pre
cious N. Wall, Joseph 13 Wall. May
C. Ederington, Eugenia Elorington,
Henry M. Ederington, JIarilla It. Ed
orington, Fraucis I. Ederington, Care
lina J. Ederington, Winn Smith-- do
fendants. Summons for lelief.--Con
plaint not Served.
To the Defendants above named;
OU re hereby summoned and ro
. uired to answer the complaintip
this action, which is filed in the office Of
the Clerk of Common Pleas for th sa.1
Dounty, and to servo a copy of yb> " -
iwer to the said complaint on th bb.
scribers at their office, No. 1,
Range, Winnsboro, S. 0., within tw6n
lays after the service hereof, exolusive:of
he day of such service; and if you fill to.
mnswer the complaint withm the t.inte
iforesad, the plaintifi in this action will
Apply to the Court for the relief deman-,
ad in the complaint.
GAILLAItD & IEYNOLDS,
Dated August 6, 1870.
Filed August 6, 187'}.
\ .1. Kana, 0. C. C. P. F. C.
aug 7-xtla u t;wthu
E would respectfully invito an
~Yinspection of our Stock of
Dress Goods by the ladies of Winns
boro and vicinity. Our stock con
sists of Irbn..frame Grenadinos e, All
Wool Buntings, Lace Bunting,
Dentelles, Beige, Linen Lawn,
Pacifii Lawn, Corded Jaconets,
Corded Piquies, Suitings, &c., &c.
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
of B3rowvn Linen D)ress Goods, with
Lacos for Trimming. Our Stock in
all other lines is full and complete.
A new lot of White and Colored
Trimmings jnst opened. Second
lot of Cassimos from Cnharlottes
ville m la opened a fow days since.
A lot of Fans, Parasols and Mosqui
to Netting just in.
McMASTER & BRICE.
N. B.-Automnatic Fly Fans for
(ge1 Lightest Sef
ents y MgexIS
v . MACHINE ECD. W n
ROBERTSON, TAYLOR & Co.,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
Cotton Factors, Whxolosalo Grocers anO
General Commission Merchant
-1 3 HJAYNE STREET.
Charloston, S. 0.
Will give all business their mont careful
attention, Consignments of cotton so
FREiSH TURNIP. SEED.
R ED Top, lVlatiDutch, White Globe,
Cow Horn, Aberdeen, Amber
Globe, Golden Ball, Ruta Baga, oven
TPop. Also, Flower of Sulphur, Strych
nino, MoMunn's Elixir of Opi am. I. R1.
S.yringes, Gum 0amphor, Aesafotidla,
Chloroform, Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes,
Bird Seed Toilet Soap, &O., just received
and for .sale by
july 12 JioMASTER.& BRICE.
S MOKE the "Key East" Cigar-the
finest in town-forsaob
00 A onthguaratnteCd. 19 a day at
homo made bthe industrious.
Da ti not required we wI I start you. Men,
we s,boys an grls make nmoney fastor a
erork frus than at anything else. The work
la1 adpesn,and such as anyone can
oght.at. TFhoset why are wise who can seem
anotice will send us their addresses at one
ird see for themseltes, Costly outfit andrs
rree. Nowv Is time. Thoso already at work
ir1a~I ph esuuf mioney.- Address
wlho had led In prayer on that eventiil
night, took the stand and gave what
seemed to be a fair account of the row.
There had beon some fussing with
ncIl, when the preacher, which is the
moderator, spoke about the letters of
disimission. Brother Sloan asked,
"Ilow often does the Bible tell you to
forgive your brother, seven timnes or
seventy-seven?" Brother Pearson said
seventy-seen. After this the nem
bers voted Bh-other Bell a good cliarac
acter, and Brother Sloan said he was
glad to give Brother Bell a good letter.
The preacher, which being ie mlodei-a
toe, says, "lie can't gt, it till lie has a
trial." Sinon says says, ''1' I don't
git it I'll git you." Then ia sister inl
the corner began to laugh, and the
preacher says, "Sister, shut your
mouth, I want to get rid of all liese
devils." Oliver Sloan says, "I move
we don't have no devils." [Laughter.]
Pearson was standin' down at the al
tar, and he come down and he and
Simon stood close together, and they
went on up1) till they called each other
liar, and I thought that 'ceptin there
was somebody to make peace they
would get to fighting. They made
4pehc a disturbmenit that the outside
people broke in, and Simon said "put
out out tihe light." The sisters all riz
and said, "Don't put out the light."
Brother Pearson had it, and lie held it
ill). There was so much confusion
that nothing could be done. Oliver
Sloan went out, and when he got. to
the door lie says, "The first thing you
(lone after you got here was to steal
five dollars," and he said, "You dirty
puppy, you, If'I had you by the heels
I could drag you all over this yard."
Then he broke open the door md conic
back, and there was so much confuse
iment that we coulldn't close with at
hymn and dism ission. This was about
the time of the dissipating ot' the argu
menlt. The five dollars was to pay for
the titles of the church. I never saw
nothing more of the money or the
titles either, but nobody has ever
'sputed the payment.
Brother Jolhn May, another very
sanctified and deliberate deacon, testi
tied to about the same (hin2" as Brother
Joe Ellison did. They went. to excuss
the question about Bell's let.ter, and
Oliver mnadle so much disorder the
moderator called on some one to have
himh ceastcd or to put himi11 ouf. Blroth
or Ellisonl umade tle move, and Oliver
went out. Whencii he wvanuted to put
out lthe light the sisters f01 11ister-ated.
Oliver Sloan testified in hik own be
hall'. They had a contracted meetii',
and the preacher said lie took the pa
per every day, and he seed in it about
at dark cloud over the people, which
was the Democratic party, but lately
he could sec a way out. [Greenback
ers?] I corrupted hiimn and told him
after church that I was a Demo
era(t, but there nusi't, be any politics
here. Mr. Andersonl gire us
(lie land1 on the condition that we
wouldni't halve any politics ini it. TIhat.
night lit tho meetini' Charlotte Bell,
lHrother Bell's wvife, axed wheni (hey
was gwn to let Bell alone, they wasi
always pickini' at hims, and I axed how
ofteni didl the Bible tell him to librgive
his brother. Then wh'len they had1( done
wvith Bell, they took up Simon, and( lie
and1( Pearson got to t alkin' loud. Pear
.eni comoc down and 'retchied back his
hand on hiswippin and said, "You long
mou01th r-r-rascal youl, I'll fix yonlI," and
Simioni dalr'dl himl,and) thien Igot ashamed
and(1said, "'PutIout thle light andl let's go
homne." By this time t hey hand maude
such a 'rousoeint that the sinners on
the outside heered (lie noise and bust
ed1 open the door and come11 ini. You
knowv whlen the church wants to (10
any business, only the church members
can1 cOme in. All the sinners must he
shet out. If there's onec sinner in the
house they can't have any. W,~ell the
sinners heered the noise and busted in
while I- was Iryin' to stop him and
Simon's row. WhTlat (1id1 (le sinners
(1o? The sinneirs they colmi in and set
down on the side0 and( swore they
warn't goin' out. Then liy wife said,
"Let's go." I got to the (1001 amnd said,
"Simon you 'bleeste to be a puppy.
You stole (hat five dlollars. You ought
to 1b0 ashamed goini' about and talkin'
about snail shells and sayin' you kiin
conjure. You count yourself a mani,
but I could take you by (lie heels and
drag you all over the lill." TIhecn my
wife took me home. Simon was brag
gin' outside the house, and Pearson
inside. 'Bout (lie devils, I left that
out. Those sisters in the corner wvhen
we was pushin' Pearsonu and lhe was
scrinjin, they laughed ani' lie said1,
"We'll put out them dleviin and fools."
I said, "Them's our wives anid we
don't want no sich talk as that about
them as fools and (devils." Thien thie
sinners busteil In. I call thiem thme sin
niors, but I tink they was all sinners
'bout that time, and I knowed we all
ought to be in peace and harmonious,
and when he said them words I want
ed to stop the meeting. Agin I say I
did not bust open the door. The si.
nors busted It open and come anid rais
ed (lhe row.
Brother Jim 'Coleman testified that
the object of the meetin' was to give
"omission" letters to some members,
and that when Brother Joe Ellison
called for the reading of the entire
minutes, they retehed back thr'ee
meetings to get all about It. Ills story
tallIed with that ot' (lie other witnesses.
After able efforts on (lie p)art of
Mr. Madkey and the solleitor, in wvhikh
(liequestion whether this wvas a dis
tur'bance of a religious meeting or Ie
ilgious mneetin~g for disturbance, (lie
jury turned Shoaln losse with the In..
junction, "Go and be a sinner no more."
The niext case was for hog stealing.
Mr. B. H. James had lost a pig, and
Frank Pead, Gilbert Foote and A mos
Lower'y, all colored, werd charged
with stealing it. The evidence was
that thoea nartian had killeda p. ig o
WE TAKE this opportunity of informing our customers that Mr.
Groeschel is now in tho Northern markets purchasing a LARGE and
CHOICE stock of fall and winter goods,
Whilo others may attempt to HUMBUG the public by a great show and
parade, WE CONFINE OURSELVES TO SOLID FACTS, and wo pro
pos0 to giv"o our patron, tho benalit of all bargains that wo ourselvos get.
WE DO NOT SELL ONE ARTICLE BELOW COST AND MAKE AN
EXTRA PROFIT ON:ANOT ER. We charge a reasonable 1rofit on
all our goods, and guarantee FAIR DEALING TO ALL who may favor
us with their custom.
Our regular advertisement with price list will appear woon, and buyers
will 'savo money by studying it.
Mr. A. W. Brown is still with us, and promises greit bargains to all his
S UG ENIIEIMIER & G ROESCIIEL.
1879, FALL OPENING 1879.
To the People of Fairflold and Adjoining Counties:
I TAKE pleasure in stating that. I have enlarged my b1usiine-s very extcnsivc
ly, having moved intto the large and coniunodious store iortnerly occuipied by
LaddBros. J amt now prepared to oil'er voi 1)IY (001)S, NOTIONS.
BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, ClIOCK EAZY and (L.A1SSW A1l(1,
and also a fine line of Tobacco and Cigars at ten per ccit.. Ics than they lave
cycr been sold in Winunsboro.
Having a varied expericne and unlimited enapital, a nd huying t'romin first hands
fbtr eash only, I defy'convpotitron.
To fariers buying XYr ly, I will sell ny. goodt in .,tlock at tenl per cntl. above
New York cost. x dott't,dd ten per cent. l'br cxpuises, liko solue o1' my comn
petitors. My discounts mo than pay 'reight.
Look out for my price list about. the 1st ol' October. I can duplicato any
goods pturclised south of BUltimnore.
When you visit Winnsboro don't buy before calling at the A UGlUSTA
STORE, tndexamine iny stock and be convinced.
aug 4 J. L. MI MNA II, Proprietor.
n workmans iip is Cequal to a hronomoter WaJtch, an
is elegatly f~idshed as a fi?nt-itnis saao R receive
the highest awards at the~ Vienna andi~ OCntonninl E~x
sitio:to fiT GEW ON&FOURTH FAT than othew
'rachineis, Its. capaciity Is unUm!c3. T~here nro more
WILSON3 M~ACH~Im sold in the Unitod ?Utates than
the combineel tsales of all theo others. 'The WILSON
EIDM fATTA (. MET for .ing in kindsof rrpniring.
WIDTHOUT PATCH-INC3(, given Fm witil each machino.
IN VlSN BIGMAHN 0
CHICGO,ILL U. S. A.~
'tfor the Bay State Shoe. ~ ET Piaepi ae or
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whiohdwantand streut, news maYorrcmed
~Or.woo asofl Hed Lwh scainchieaswtr ~rsqtet~
K Bee-suprlov o al othos-~expedr.enco in The ginc businos.ta
at F ~V.HAwwT's.' -J. M. EfLIOTT.
J U S7T
Al; the Winnsboro Dry Goods,
F]aiey Goods and Millinery Bazaar
a sueond lot of new, cheap and olo,
gant goods. Millinery and Fancy
Goods in all the latest sty1,s and
novelties of the season. Mrs. Ioag,
having a first-class milliner to assist
her in this Dopartment, is fully pre..
pared to please the most fastidious,
an(l will talke pleasuro in doing so.
A beautiful line of Silk and Cotton
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' Jabots and Ties or Scarfs;
Dress Goods, Buntings, Poplins,
Silks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimmings
-in fact a full stock of such goods
as are usually found in a first-class
Millinery, Dry Goods and Fancy
A beautiful line of ladies' and
Children's Slippers, Gaiters and
Shoes ; also, a nice assortment of
A full and fresh stock of Family
Groceries: Bacon, Meal, Fluor,
Corn, Sugars, Coff'ees, Soap,
In short, you can find all you want
it J. 0. BOA'S, ind as cheap as
lhe same gouds can be bought any
where. Don't forgot to oall. Nc,
trouble to show goods.
J. O. 3OAG.
Sixteon new and first-class Sowing
Machines to be in store i.i a day or
so. The New and Improved Verti
'al Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, the
Now and Improved American, rang"
mng in price fron $20 upwards.
Those Machines are from the facto,
ries of good, responsible companies,
rnd are warranted to be just as
J. O. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfield County.
YRE SH GOODS!
-COONSISTING IN PA1iT OF
24 bbIs1. Molasss-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice B3uckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Cofl'e-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bble., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Ried Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axho Grenee, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chowv
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A. fina lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of wvhiE:h will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. RL FLENNIKEN.
Simple, Convenient, Neat and
Cheap. Every businoes man
should have one.
NO INK ORL PEN REQUIRED,.
The undersigned is preparedi to
di orders. Samples can be seen, at
mry time. E. S. CHANDLER,
SMITHl'S WORM OI
8esed 88 wornm 4omw~Y*