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TOWN AND COUNTY.
TUESDAY, September 20, a a t 1879
ERM.soF Tnla Naws AND> T1E:u.
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Winnsboro, S. C.
RAILRnoAn Seioniw1.F.-The follow
ing is the present schedule of arrivals
on the C. C. & A. IRailroad, upon the
basis of Washilmton time, which is
sixteen minutes fister thau Winnsboro
DAY PASSENG Eni-GOING NoiIrI.
Columbia, 10.48, a. ma. ; ilvthewood,
11.38; Itidgeway, 11.57; Simpson's,
1:2.12, p. in.; W1innsboro, 12.28; Ad
ger's. 12.42; White Oak, 12.50; Wood-,
ward's, 1.02; Blackstock, 1.08; Ches
ter, 1.38; Charlotte, 4, p. mn.
NIGIHT PASSENGER-GOING soU'rII.
Chester, 2.41, a. n. ; Cornwall's,
3.05; Blaekstock, 3.16; Woodward's,
3.22; White Oak, 3.:5; Ad"er's :3.14;
Wt1inaboro, 3.: 7 ; Simpson's, 4.13;
Ridgeway, 4.30; lilythewood. 4.48;
Columbia, 6.37; Augusta, 9.15, a. im.
--'hese trains stop only at. the Vol
lowing stat ions bef ween ;hatrlot te aid
Columbia: Fort [ills,ltock.11ill. (Ches
fer, Winnsboro, ltidgeway, Blyth.
wood. Other stations are recognized
as '-flag stictions."
F1IEtI(:IIT T':I\IN-o1N( NonirIT.
Columbia, 5.30, a. in.; 13lythewood,
6.4.5; lidg eway, 7.20; Winnsboro,
8.30; Woodwaird's, 9.f); Cornwal's
10.25; !;hester, 11.05; Charlo to, 3.-15,
FIllEIGIIT TI' N-GOiNG1 SOUTI.
Ches;er, 9.05, a. m.; C'ornwall's.
10.25; Ulackstock. 10.-1; Woodwr m-l's.
11; Wininshoro, 12.15, 1>. i.; Rid;e
way, 1.30; lllvthewood, 2.15; Culumu
-These freight. trains ha:+ve a coach
at taclied and run daily, Sundays ex
New Goods-W. II. Doily.
The fall Session of Mou'it Z'oa
School began on No'day.
Anl'1'cels w=t( beer inl mni"d tl"at
the e'-trana:ion for fi"st g.'ate 1en1,h
c" ' c".,iticag' will be 1eid on Ilao (i-d
: ''C i n Ol"ober, and for) tle othrl
Crad-; on thle iourth Sa(reday.
Mr1a.W mV. I. D)ooly adviertises sever
al useful and desi. abbe aiPe1s. lie
haq, in addition, a iinc stock of' every
thing usually kept in a first-class gro
cry store. Eis neCw establishmaae"t
looks as a'ent asa a t'ow pin.
MissioN 'a MI.rr'Nc.--Th'le We
men's W' -:'O.mry So Acely o. Mo' mi,c'
to will ha1e: n e~ .!0) atr'a ea .1 tl'o
mctCin1g of' t-'.24i.' in .u;a''t. Ad cH e
eS w'Al bo0 <4)1'o:1 by Por1. *J. U.
IKale. o.BhRichhm id, and R1ev. WV. A.
Rlogee. of' W:nnsbo.'o. !The peaoire
rad help thogood work al carg.
The aimouncemene of' the easpesiona
in Chnaclstoni of George HI. Walter. &
Co., Jr.mes Adiger & Co., Johni E.
A dger & Co., and the People's (State)
Untnk, willecarso universal regre't. Tbcl,
firm of' Jamnes Adlge. & Co., of whbichi
Mfr. IRobcet Adger was tbe b'end, ha9d
all along been icgarded as solidl aind
safe as thte rock of Gibraltar'. The r'e
pO s that b'is labiliies reach two
milllions. Though no one iln WInnts
boro, loses anuy thinig still every 0one
mq.st d1ep)10'0 this blow at the
credit of' CharlJestoni and the Stat~e.
PROWIE.RDJNGS O.F COURD..
Buisiness onm the Civil Side-The IIanrond(
Caua.-Judn.,o Wallace Thinksn Cotton nua
"Article of Measurmen,ont," and Dec.41ea
Tbce followin'g is a synopsis of te
cases dlsposed1 of in the Court .of
Common Pleas since 01ur l ast repot L:
Mary E. Smith vs. Henry La. E'
iloLt and ofhers-Messrs. A. M.
Mackey and H. N. Obear' for p,lainiuff,
Messrs. McCoints & Donglass for' de
fe'idant II. L. EllIott, the other de
fendanta not an)sweri mg. VTe purp'1ose
of the action was to charge a cot tain
tr'act of laind with a legacy in favor of
the plaintiff, c,onta1ined In the wvill of
Mrs. Elizabetth Sloata, de.eased. The
land had been mortgaged by R1. BI.
Sloatn, the executor ofthe iil, to Jas.
HIar'dn, and tlio7bond an d mnortgage
asigned by'ardini to the defentdat
Ellicit.. This motgage was aftetrwards
. forcelosed, and the and wvas pu"oha e.d
by the defendant. Thle def'ence was
that Mr. Elliott had no notice of the
h'gany,ar-at least 6f its being a chargo
upoa the )and 1h0 purtichasad. A fter
hearbig the evidenee," and A~ill arge
.mantfromn tIme coanseI oiq4oth sjdea,
Judge Widlaco decided i.n ifaydi'of thed
defeielant, and dlim'ss'4 tho pThant'1"'
conpAin I f
Wi.Johtiton,anad Iin t1he dtSO
the ~tjn K~Ti dd Kii'ell and
Stip)on yd) to of e
Thete of theo0op et'tine1t &o1i
issue of law raised are as follows:
Trhe plaiulills shipped tc"n h a!cs of'uoI
Im an t 1iunsboro, roisigied to Char
lotte utpon the deti-ndant's rot,t . Thle
disttnce bet ween these points is sevett
t. -i wo miles. 'I'e cotton weighed an
average of 461) lbs. to the bale, and
had an average mleasureuteit of'tlirty
live cubic feet. 'lhe sect ion of de
Iend:tnit's chca"te'r brought before thke
Court, for' eoisiderattion p rovids that
the. Railroad Company niay cha"ge ''ifor
the triaspotatiiont of goods, produce
anid ieircht'i dise atd ot her articles an v
suint not exceeding itly cents per buii
dred pountd, for each iundred uniles
oil heavy aitricles, and itleen ceiis per
cubic oot, oil at"icles of ieasulrement
for every hitdred milies.'' Te de
fendates charged fr the transpo io't
of the cotton at, the rale of lif'teen ceiis
per cutbie loot. per one hundred miles,
or the s1in of $87.80. The plaiiot is
toodersid payaniet. at tho rate of fifty
cenits per It 0 lbs. per hundred miles,
or lie sum of, $16.58. This being re
f-'sed, tie plintitiil paid the Imount.
charged under protest, and brought
suit. for the dileirence of' $21.22.
At the trial the dlelb'>danii request
ed the trial justice to iustiPct the Jury
''lhat the defcndants had the legal
right. tider their chllter to classifv
goods, produce, merchandise andl(] otlhe'
articles oll'redc them for t.ransporitation
as 'hravy articles' or as 'artiices of
-tme:'sitement.', accordilig is said goods
produce, iercha'ldise or ot her artiies
by tlher weigiht or bulk first exhaust,
the carrying capacity of the freight
c.iIs used for tho transp ortaltion of said
goods, piodce, mnerchandise or other
arfticles." 1Te trial justice declined
so to chlarge, to which the defendants
excepted. We shall considet' that c'
ceplt ion alone. for if error w as comnil.
tedl in this retusail, the judgment ot' the
Court below caimot stand.
Now, if the defcedanuts had the right
to classliy the cott oil tendered f' sliip
meut as airticl's of tcasurenieit., vv
(e' the.i ch/hcr';"!, it (lie tllows fhat
their classilie:ilion, however arrived
at, is legal. The question then for
consideration is, whether under the
Iet"tm s of the section of'the charter re
fcired to, colon1 in bales cln be clas,
ed as "atrticles of mteastretcoi:," as
coieilded by the iphriittif'.l' What,
then is ia heavy ani'le? The term
''heavv'' is ia coiip:i alive term as ap
p lied to difli-ent a rticles. Iroii is
heavy, feathers are 1ight, or hulkv.
Yet. a pound of feathers is as heavy 111
a pot1nd of iroti. .llein- an artice is
heaivy when a eerhiint bulk has a cer
,ain w cigfht, while one -which has the
saine bulk but. weigis less will not he
heavy. On this principlie we c;.Il iron
heavy and feaihe'rs light. Thl:e dlifli
lty is inl diitwi the line dt'deitiar
Catlimu, or inl ascer'iliinlimt; w here the'
weight ot'1 aricle coup,aredl with its
balk makes it a heavy article. We
ma:ty sil'ely s:iv that lint cotton is not
heavy, and that cottin comt:prcsel in
very smtall hales, as is now done by
powerf'ul ste:an or hydraulic presses,
is heavy. It we consider hales of cot
ton as usually packed by nfarmers antid
such as were shipped inl this case, we
are of t.he oiinio:t that' the bulk of
thi ty-live cubic feet veigshing only
4(60 lbs. foiled to mtaike thei ''heavy
art'cles.'' The diflieitly, as we hav'e
s:tidl, is in Ii-:i(tig th in" )ii of' (emtarca
lioon. But docs n+ot the a:ection under
c'nsidc'tttion1 idc 11s. or" indicaie a iine
o1'deiareOOafii fixed by the Situte
it self? We iiust. as's1ue that. (le see
tion inltend(s a uifoei mnly of1c !arlges 4,n
w'hat, it styles "haea1vy aticles'' and1(
wVhat it denIoina istes as ''art'cles ot'
class18 is ity ceni s p)er 10)0 lbs. , on the
othier C'0een cenits per cubi)c foot.
Etlaier.. >de orchiarges wouild amlounit
t) ther same11 it'( 1thaticle 'upon1 wicsh
111 hecharge .is made weighed thlirt y lbs.
to I he cubic toot. Uplon such aln'ari.i
cle the'limit appidt it,01 eiher aslia
mienit, wIouIld be fit'teeni cents. We may
then welcl infeir 91hat the inteiC on1(1 of' thec
section1 is to al1low~ a1 class8iticati onl upon
this basis otf thhriv lbs. to the cui)C
ing~ und)(er tIte head' of' ''heavy," and
ar1ticleCs weiginug 1cas undioer tihe head
of' "ar1ticle of' meaC5sur1emen1t." TIhe
bahes of'o coun in ti s ease wcighed
only~ 460 lbs. to the thi11 ty~-flve cubic
feet, or' not quIte fourteent 11bs. to the
cubic. We areo theeforeo of the opini
ion thait byV v'itue of lheir ch1ar'ter the
defend(anits were au1thoried to classifyV
and1( cha1 rge Onl the cot toin inl t his ca1se
as ar'ticles ot' measuriement. 'This coin
er'ation makes it of itselfC ell'ective, and
obviates the nlecessity of'a contest as to
the proper' classitlcation of each and
cycryv aidicle that mnay be tender'ed for
transp18loriadion1. Bidhes, should( the
Ralilr oatd Compan)111y char ige by weight
0o1 an1 ar1tiec of' mleasur'elemnt accord
ig to this8 stanldard, 01', on tihe other
hand, charge by measuremoent on a
heavy ai ticle, it wou1ld miake n1l i eiro
11e0us classiilention to it s ow ai loss.
We aire theiretbre of' tile op)inionl that
tile trial justice erred in his conlstruci
tion of' t.he statulte, and1( thait there'fore0
the judgment of thle Coml t below ap
pealed1 from must be set aside ; and it
1s accor'dingly so ad(juldged.
This tile 10th Sept., 1879.
WV. II. WA LLAC1E.
Ini tis case fin appeal wvill be taken
t the Suprenme Courii ; so thlat the fight.
bietweeni the people1 . and1 the*Rii rord
Companmy is not yet omnded.
Saturday mlornlinlg was conisumied in
pai'sing or'ders upon1 malftters' of 1no
pulblic inter'est. ~Judge Wallace left
I lat day for Lanc.aster', wher'e ho Ia
miow holdi5g coni t.
"8ING SING I"
Some Account ofthea Pleasant Timies Spent
at the Jackson's Creek Slngig School.
JACKSON'S ChlRm, -8Sept. 22.-Friom
the heading of this ar1t.icle, some of
your' many r'eaders may think that It
Ii i'efetrenice to Sing Sing onl the
11udsoni rIver', but .thetre are othler
Sing Slng's, which maiy be mnore . t
I Orestig-v iz, JacOkson's Cr'eek Sing
ing $chaool, taugh In Lebaunon Ihres
flerl~an) Ch1.l'rch,,y the cffleien6 n
tlenian, Prof. Ri f. Martlin. 'Twelve
lhso,soA'e givenl by. Ikrof. Martin,
IIA.y&hihUo his puipils' advaiced ad
thiratblyVs;, A good dgnne. g5a gaven
Oi ov9f ocasIon, vihlh~ Nvad Onjoyed
as2091 94616singi6g exol'Obe But
pptr'.,iiavo bedomo do6iht scar'CO
aroi4 11i08e,"$ gjin',"' and the oily)
old iterIleft, seeinug the sad fato of
his fIUte'eggibb, keeps aIna rey
8peo0 bi 1 f4i 9,Whn Itbaira the
sound pf dg:side t S. ardany being
:the lst of t10'iles 2n Was bfy far thdO
iost enjoyable day 'or all "Maiy~
On,tihaOing whoin were three 'outd
divineadliae morning was naanadaI
singinlg selected picevs (roi th
"Psahutlimit." It' B3eethoven coal
only htalve been present, I think a con
plimlent would have been ofl'ered
especially to the young ladies; if i
had not. he would not. have beet
liked wortht a cent, by this community
AOoutt onle o'clock a recess was given
and linnuc' sprecd-at (iilnner wher
all got plent.y anl had "oodles" leti
The cr.owd.41 retirid for at inmo, som<
under the oatk tree, sonme returned tI
(lhe chureb, and others autsed them
selves playing crorquet. Mcs41rs. 1
and K. two very estimable gentlement
took an active part in the gamnie will
the fair ones. (Don't be ollbndc
please, Messrs. Editors, if yo. shoul
be calleil upon for the Spac'e of half I
column, for lynencal purposes, tll
fall.) The evelling was passed it
illustrating a practical analysis, b;
'rot. Martin, and somc music wa:
also given. All returned to their re
spective homes, wiser and happier, J
hope, than when they came.
in coicliuding, allow mec to say, i1
reference to Jackson's Creek's politica
stlandinlg-We are )enocratic to the
eorc, we how to the line. With jus
tice and truth on our side, we fear in
MAJ. WOOD w Ann FOR CONG.RESS
.Afcss"rs. E:di/rs: I see in youl
paper an extract from tlie Greivilh
I/em, nomliniating Maj. T. W. Wood
ward for Congress. This is certainly
a move in the right direction. Major
Woodward isjiustlyentill to a sea
in Congress f'or his past devotion tc
tle Democrat ic party. in thosi darl
and gloomy days when hope had a
nost lIed. his advice wac "to renali
true to each oher, and as sure il
there's a God in 1leavel we woli
come ont all r"'iht.yet." 11o proved
true in (he gieatest hour of need, ant
workc'd (lattIh'lnlly. So, mly Countu,rynmen
give hitmhNis jiut. reward. I have nc
fault to find with our repreliative,
lile lion. John II. Evins. INl ju11,l1
decrves the good mucine he has won,
at id SotIi Ca rol in a has rich hontor.
sill in store fu' him. Biut 1 do advo
t- rtilion ill otfice. It is better foi
the contryN atnld betr for our publ
nI;. So let a. voice go up f-om al
the people saying, "Well done, thou
good an t fiitlliltl servant; enter tht
iut> ( le la!ls of Co'gres-.." Ftiica
NEWS OF TH HE DAY.
-As "an index ol'good times," th<
I.oeltl poiltS to (lie New York hotel
b in full and tunrninlg geueSs away'.
-Work is so livel'y in 'en1nsylvanir
iron fhuniclies tit'ilt is ditiirult to pro
ciue enou;Wlh operatives, 1111(1 soeic Clm.
ploy ers are inlcreasin i wages.
-'l'he court of imll ililenn lies de
chu-e<1 (he -.(i('ori: contup(roller guitt
anu rei-nled to I(1o1?ove the clIse dIli.
<111z1in iing I Iu fromt le:eat.er holirr
.-T1he t rodisury le prat menCIt is nti"k
w'. a caci e exa(Ntumitionl o'thle v'oucl.
era & Mir. F'iIz510in, Unied Si:isei
nmar.lhai fori Geor'g'i. in viewi o
ebacr;gcs recently madeof m1nisconiduu
n.i his :cdminiis;ration of the aflutirs o
-lesumpltion is so fully accomplIsh
ed that. gold is a dru'g at (hme Ticar'
D)epari nnent, and( to ge; rid of tbe c
iutlai on thle depacrtmtft w ill so0]
makle arrangeimenits ti (xchlawi'e it ibi
LIUnie Stactes notes at, thle 'everal siu4
--A Chinese gambling hell wvas raid
eiln NCew York ihe other night. Tw<
g.unes were t'bunld in .full blast-ge tic
ai game pilayedl wviIh cards, and1( foin t:mn
or, onte, t wo, tin-ee, four, a gameo tha*
mi every other resp)ect. then thie wheec
resem bles ro leItte. No less I hm~
twenty-eight gay Monmooli gambo
liers were found arouiaY the tables.
-The Georgia IIouse of Rlepresenta
lives on Saturday alImost u nanimousl'
voted down a resolniuti condenxinini
Governor Colquit t for aileged corup
tio ionm regard to the office of prlincipa15
keeper of the peniitenitiary, and( paisse
a r'esolution asking the Governor te
examine Iito the conduciit ofthiat oft]
cor'and to take such action as he ma
-According to a promninen treligon
paper in Boston there is avery bad'star'
of morals among the young meni an<
wvomeni and girls in many reputabi
families iug that city. This religion
newspaper tells its readlers that the
Boston chief of 1)011ce declares8 thor<
are hundreds of girls belonging to re
spectable families who have adopte<
ways of' which they would blush t<
have their relatives know.
-Mr. Christi'm K. Ross, father o
the ill-fated Charlie, p)aidl a visit to Su
perintendenit WaiJing, of' Newv York~
oin Tiuesday. Mr. Ross's faith In hi;
soin's existence is unshalien, althougl
the only glimmer in the inysterv of ti
boy's disappearanco was the shootini
of his suplposod abductors atAlay Ridge
December 14, 1874.
-Whu Cewayo was captured hi'
wvas utterly prlostrated, and his follow
cr's werte too iveak to resist. Trh
King anid his men wvere taken to Uhmu
dl. During the march oleveni of hi.
t'ollowers tried to escape. Six weit
successfitl, but the oilier five wer<4
shot. 'rTe. Kinig will be takenc t<
Martzburg and ,from there to Grey
-A special to the Galveston Netau
f'i om lFaghn Pass says that TIomi Ford~
a gver6t~ t.eamuster at ortunoan,u
P'ieth 'cs N egras, MeXmCo, was mnnurder
ed1 In thue oursklrts of the toin, nnd
hIs body terribly mutilated, huaving~
eleven kitlfe wvoundls In It, and the
hlead belig cr'uslted withi a r'ock. 'There
M p0 elite to the assassin.
-D5aiel Drew 4I94 s,tgldenly 9:1;
Thursday night aL his residence fil
Newv .,ork at thte age of' elghtv-two
y'eIr'. hil had' (hilned at the Grandc
CenttrAI Igtel with a nriend int the ev4
ing, atud'on r'eturnInmg homneconipah,
ed ogt ol'i9ftwelli Iew'enitbed, bd
got i ind camo'~ d9wyn to tne pgfih
whe:he6pig abdt.1,I P. M. TLhe
the aus of(death.to bec~ apopie~
-A S Peetsurgphysioian bayU
researchoir afidg rl~ ihittehI,I
~pole/tjd tep eth g si~ t
ihei o d~el~ ebiQU)
e TH 1Is 1LO H' F1'EJt.
MI-:aPIIIs, Septenber 19.-.Eleven
- noe eases were reported to-dav: nileio
white and two colored. Three addi
t tional deaths have occurred.
Di.:rxris, September 20.-Seven
cases inl all-six white and one colored
--were reported to the Board oflilealth
to-day. Dliss LAouis L,uccarina, resid
c iug two miles otit, on poplar street
boulevard, has the. fever.
Total mntmber of new eases offlcially
reported for the week 80-whites 48;
colored 32. 'Total to date, 1,216. To
- tal nunber of deaths from vellow fever
in tleeit.y for the week 31; total to
E!ERYI MAN IIts OWN MsIOeANi-"Wha1t's
the good of mc buying a piano or an or
1 gan? I can't even plry at jewsharp,, tho' I
ive music tnity well. I wish to good.
ness somebody would invent an instru
' ment that I could play." So say thous
t ands of genuine music lovers, and at last
a musical genius has given them their
heart's diesire. This now musical won
der. The O'guinette, is no toy or hum
bug, but the most marvellous musical in
[ strument of the ago. It plays hymn
tunes, qua-lrilles, waltzes, operatic Se
lect-ions, or Popular songs with perfect
t accuracy. A chdid can play it. Hna full,
sweet tone; durable; not liable to got. out
of or,ler; weighs only 12 lbs. Price, with
6 runes 810; extra tunes 25 cts. each.
- Guaranteed tn givo more s.tisfaction
than any other instrument in the world.
Money refunded after 5 days trial if
not satisfactory. Thousands already
sold and not one returued. Local agents
,wanted in every Southeru oity and village.
For illustratod cataloguo and full par
. ticulars address Ludden & Bates, Sit
vanlnah, Ga.., Manutfactirer's Sole
Southern Agents. sept 6-1n
A LARGE and choice lot of Au
gusta Flour of all the difforent
grades. Fresh Bolted meal and
Pearl G2 1st.
A nice lot of Brass Bound Buck.
eta-Red and White Codatr, Tubs,
Axe Handles, &c.,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
W. H. DONLY,
sept 23 On the Corner.
F &NCY GROCERIES
Consisting in part of Cream Chcese,
Macaroni, Orachers of various kinds, such
as Cream, Oy.ter. ' oruhill, Jumbles, Gin
ger Snaps, Butter, etc.
.;annod t4oods -Pineapple, . Peaches,
Tomatoes, Sardintw and Salmon.
Pickles-Chow-Chow and Cucumber.
L. & P. 's celebrated Worcstershire
r' GINGER~ PRESERVES!
Corn Starch, pure and fresh, To of all
kinds . Soap, Starchl, etc.
Weoc ofeep constantly on hand a full
stc fStaple Groceriea, such as Bacon,
Meal, Flour. Sugar, Coffee, Salt, Molasse4,
etc. Dagging anti Ties for sale at bottom
N. il.-Wearo o pening daily S Ollndid
asortment of Dry Good's, Boots, slhoes,
- lats, Creekecry, etc. Giva us a call and
be couvin ced,
sept 11 J. F. MeMASTERL & Co.
Go for the Bay State Shoe.
J. M. B3EATY & Co.
ARRIVING EVERY DAY.
J. M. B3EATY has just returned
a from New York, and we are now re
ceiving a stock of Dry Goods and
Notions, Clothing and Hats, Boots
- and Shoes, Groceries, &c., which
s wac ca.refully selected, and bought
s at the
LOWEST CASH J2RICES.
We ask, not only our customers, but
the whole community, to call and
examine our goods.
J. M. B3EA TY & CO.
TU'3E'$tore tormo epied by Sol.
ZUEN GO 0r
1879. FALL OPENING 1879.
To the People of Fairfleld and Adjoining Countios:
I TAKE pleasure in stating that I have enlarged my business very extensive
ly, having moved into the large and cotmmodioua store formerly occupied by f
Ladd Bros. I am now prepared to o1il'r you )RY GOODS, NOTIONS, i
BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, CROCKEHY and GLASSWI'AIE,
and also a fine line of Tobacco and Cigars at tont per cent. less tlhan they have
ever been sold in Vi'innsboro.
IIaving a varied experience and unlimited capital, and buying from first hands I
for cash only, I defy competition.
To farmers buying largely, I will soll any goods in stock at ten per cent. above
New York cost. I don't add ten por cent. for expenses, like soie of my com
petitors. My discounts moro than pay freight.
Look out for my price list about the 1st of October. I can duplicate any
goods purchased south of Baltimore.
When you visit Winnsboro don't buy before ~calling at (he AUGUSTA E
STORE, and examine my stock and be convinced.
aug 4 J. L. N IMNAUGII, Proprietor.
WE TAKE this opportunity of informing our customers that Mr.
Groeachel is now in the Northern markets ptucbasing a LARGE and r
CHOICE stock of fall and winter goods. a
While othois may attempt to HUMBUG the public by a great show and "i
parade, WE CONFINE OURSELVES TO SOLID FACTS, and we pro
pose to give our patrons the benofit of all bargains that we oursolves get.
WE DO NOT SELL ONE ARTICLE BELOW COST AND MAKE AN
EXTRA PROFIT ON ANOTHER.. We charge a reasonable profit on
all our goods, and guarantee FAIR DEALING TO ALL who may favor c
us with their custom. it
Our regular advertisement with price list will appear soon, and buyers .'
will save money by studying it.
Mr. A. V. Brown is still with us, and promises great bargains to all his
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
~n workma.r.hip Is equal to a Chrgnomreter Watch, an
"aS f.:iot.y inishod. as a frst-ciass Pano. t rcciv.
he highst award at the Vienna and Cenennial Expt
sitions. fT SEWS ONE-FOURTrH FASTE it tan othe. V
machin.rs. lts caipacity is uznirnitod., Thore are more
WEJLSON' MACHINES sold in the Unitod States than .'
the cornbined sales of all tiho others. The WILSON .
MENDI AT TA'C HMENT for doing~ nil kinds of repairing.
WITHOUT' PATCHSMC, given FREE with each machine.
CHICAG, ILL. U. .A
FRESH GOODS! UR!DOU!
-CONSISTING IN PARLT OF_. DRESS GOOD S
DRESS GOODS5 I
24 bb1l1. Molasses-all grades, XEwudrsetul niea l
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,DrsGod ytelieofin
10 boxes Cream Cheese, br n iiiy u tc o-I
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni, sitofIoraeGrndo,Al&
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffeoe--10 Rio, 4 best ~olBnig,Lc utn,t
50Java, Fml lu. Dnels eg,LnnL~n
50bbls. Choice Coredmilys SitFg,l&o,ur.'
BAGGING AND TIES.N
LARD in bble., cans and buckets. ABATFl so'M~T (~
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.ofBwnLenDssGd,wiho
Choice Rod Rust Proof Oats, Seed alohrlnsi uladcmpo~
Rye and Barley. Anwlto ht n ooe
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and MaleTimngjutoed.Scd
Shoes, Axle Grease, White lto asmrsfo hrots
Wine and Cider Vinegar, y. emlsoee e assne
Smoking Tobacco--Alto as aasl n oqi
Dur bam's best,toNtigjsin
ALSO,Nsp-ecotion oFl ur sk for
Fresh CrnnedGSalmon, Pehcheadand saleinnre
ChowbanrPoppnrvucc.nity eOrnc coan
ALSOiOtsofc IRnrm GrllndGin, Gin
andAl Bn(, La. iButn,
Allofwh'~ wil o ol chapfo Detlles, PBrigc Piort Lwn,
DPaciic Lawns.Th oro baoet,
flOY9 D R. LENIKJDT Crnd'o Piues, Chwing & a.n&c
DUEWES FEALEOOLEG Toaco anr Trimming suriSock FinT
The allsither ainesIifafullyand complete.
mai In ollge.riA nowlo ofl Wh tondColore n.t
Rates hoe boTrimmings just ope n Seo
Doatd, Inlotdof Cassimeres from Charloottes-4
I the 'yer, orno tmvillde.dillstyopoened a f~ew da since.
nRaisins, Currantseand totron.
FresdCanned Samn Peachest and sal here. I, '7r
Tomaoes ixedPicles,: hw jn
DoesiiGn h vr b
. ber6th.NI . 0 etfdw al
J U s ,
At the Winnsboro Dry Goods,
!aney Goods and Millinery Bazaar
second lot of new, cheap and ele
ant goods. Millinery and Fancy
oods in all the latest styles and
ovelties of the season. Mrs. Bong,
laving a first-class milliner to assist
or in this Department, is fully pro..
ared to please the most fastidious,
nl will take pleasure in doing so.
L beautiful line of Silk and Cotton
arasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
-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
tillinory, Dry Goods and Fancy
A beautiful line of ladies' and
iildron's Slippers, Gaiters and
hoes ; also, a nice assortment of
A full and fresh stock of Family
rrocories : Bacon, Meal, Fluor,
orn, Sugars, Coffees, Soap,
n short, you can find all you want
t J. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheap as
1o samo goods can be bought any
'here. Don't forget to call. No
'oublo to show goods.
J. O. BOAG.
Sixteen new and first-class Sewing
[achines to be in store in a day or
. The New and Improved Verti
l Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, the
owand Improved American, rang
g in price fron $20 upwards.
'h1so Machines are from the facto
es of good, responsible companies,
ud are warranted to be just as
J. O. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfield County.
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