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TOWN AND COUNTY
SATUDAY, Soptember 27, : 1870
-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars pcr
ann u1, in advance; weekly edition
Iwvo do0llars and ilfty'cents peranum111t
in advance. iil)ieral discount, to club.
t)f live and upwards.
I, ts rt FI Al)v-:ltcr1N(.-Onte do1la1
OCPr inh tir the ilh-st insertion, 0 ,i
il'ty cents per inch ol'r each lsubse( lent
Iisei'I ton1. '1'li'e rates apply to ?11 ad
vertdienns, of whatever nitt. c, e, and
ire payablr trictly in advance. Con
tracts for three, six or twel' e months
mnaide on very liberal terms. ''ran
-sien! loca) oIlices, lilteien cents per
i l' the il4 inserlion aruid sevel
and( one-hall11' cenl.: per line f'or each
stthsequltent ilsertiiol. Obituaries 1111(1
tI'ibuites of 'eslect eblalrgc( a1s aodvei
IiSemlelltS. Simple inno1ulicem1eiints 01
marriages and deaths published free or
cha'ge, and solicited.
.All c0mlnlliations, of whatsoever
nlat.ure, should be addressed to the
W iisboro _Publil. Chu omnpany,
Winngboro). S. C.
. Cotton was selling at 9 and 91 on
Mr. J. S. Gladney has gone to Co
lumbia to buv rot Lou. lie will have
his hela(qlurters tt. tie store ol'Messrs.
AUghtr.ly & MNartinl.
Lit tie Annie Crowder, i. Iwelve
year-old daughtile' o' Mr. William J.
C~rowd'(er, of' the Feaster'ville neighbor
od1100, picked two hundred pounds 01'
cotton once (aty recently.
M. JB. Douglass, son of A. S.
Doughtss, Esq., of this place, has sue
cessfully passecd hsis examination anld
entered ):viilson ('llege. We wish
hil munch su'cess, an(1 feel confident.
he will deserve it.
A policeman From Charlotto came
on TIhursday for Eli James, a well
"knowII negro vagabond, and took him
to that city, to answei- a charge of
grand larcenly. We hope Eli will get
his deserts-a long term in the penli
ei it-:S.- In ti)I'Ioiln jolt wias Icceived
on Friday that the store of M'. Win.
McQuatters, at Ridgeway, was dc
sit roycd by tire onl Thursday morning.
It, wats also stated in town that the
store ofMlr. John Crafg, it lilackstock,
was burnt oil Wednesdtay night. We
have no particulars in either case.
The Hook and Ladder Company
p)araded onl Thm-usthay mnorning . They
presented at good appearance, and
cverythii'g seemed to be in first-rate
order. But the turnout of men was
cxtreuiely suall. We preslmle this is
attributable to the fiact that at this
busy siaSOln of the year most of the
121021 art'e engaged and cannot leavc
A BA1 P.ACTci. CIm-cKio..-As is
well known, it has been the custom
- since llecoinstruction for the bar at the
close of aL term of cour2t to) expr2ess iln
som2e1 formi their appreiciationl of
the jud(ge'$ atbilitly, imiparitiaility, courite
sy, etc., etc. T1hie following from the
Abbeville Pr,ess amdi a ci'r shows
whi2t. Jud(ge Pre'ssly thinks of such prio
Tis~ beling Judge Precsslyv's fi rst
term,Il t.n har il had1( ri'(elsted Goceal
Meuo An o4 tO as t2 1heir spoke4smani2 in
ex~pres. ,ii"g theu'ir regard f'or his IIlonor.
.'..t 2h properjW timel Genieral McUGowan12
2e 'ir. is ,ea andL 12( said:
"Ma iI. pleatse your1 1lonior, this b)e
ing your2 firstr '4ai'i t. this place, 1 have
bee reoqutiried ini behault1 ' I le mnem-.
biers of t he bar12 to than2ik you t'or the
abiltyith hi youhave~'( dischiarged
(1Ih,IA (i' judge, ais well as to thiank y'ou
"1 have made it liy custom, General,
to rule 2111 such pr'oceediiigs out of 02r
(1er, and2( I miust misist upon02 aldherinig to
my cuistoml in this ins5tance.''
The interru2l'lpt ion l was so unexpeted(
thalt the gciier'al was muclh takeni abac2k,
anid as lie took is seait, oinly added:(
"'Thei' waIs 110 harm'u2 litualt."
dutige 1'i'ess'ly is ecceeniric in soliC
thiings, but1 lie hats cer'tainily veriy cor'
r'et, ideas1 about bari r'esolutionis o1
thanks. We hope) his aion 102will pt
an1 01nd to a very useless p)ractice.
TmlE S-rrE U'Nvl4EnSITY.-TheO Boeg
ibter' of 'Thunrsday gives the proceed
lngs of a meetilg bof the trustees of thc
State. Unidver'sity, held in Columibia or
the evening pre'viouis. Th'lere wer<'
priesenit IIis Excellenucy Governoi
Simpson, Matij. Itugh S. Thompson,
Seintor John II. Linislcr, Col. James
U1. Rion, Col. Charles IL Simnonton,
Jtov. 1R. W. Bloyd, S. Dibble, Esq., J.
F. J. Caldwell, Esq. A special invita
tioni having been extended by th<
Board to the pre'sidenlts of all mait
- colleges in the State, there were' pries'
ont HIon. N. 1R. Middleton, presidenit
of Charleston College; R1ev. W. M,!
Grier, D. D., pr'esident of E'rkinie Col.
loge; and R1ev. 0. WV. Hollanid, presi'
-dont of Newberry College. Professoi
Carlisle, of Woflrord College, sent ajet.
* er saying that lie was prevented by
slekness -nu'omn being present. Th<
Comittee app)1oited to prepare a sys'
temn for anag'eelturaIcollege submiltut,
cd areportsuggestinga asystem of organ.
izatlon of an agiculltulral college in the
college buildings and grounds in Co.
hlmbia. Thlle sublject of organizhe~
such a college ..was discussed by th<
college presiden01ts and1( thle Boar<d, an<l(
-- the proprilety and1( impor0tanlce of sucll
*a college was generally conceded.
* The Board then directed that copies o1
* - *.the p lan submitted by the committe
be nurnished to tihe presidents of cob
1og0s anid to the members of the Boar'd
and adjourned -to mcot on t1x(
second- Wed:Jesday in Novenber. TI<
i>residents of the male colleges i th<
8tate ar to be invited to be present al
-thitstneeti, the Ayst.em will ther
be discussed by thi ple0sldents and thi
Board, after w hich the fnatter is to bi
eubtpitted to th e4Ior the%W
ajoval ,Kj ta - lM pr3 le, thi
Lgelatur efuO'ek h'pth it
jn oose~'to ave h a 'isutura col
TIER FREIGHT ON COTTON.
The Italroad's View of the Matter.
The Charlotte, Columbia and An
gusta Railroad assumes as grounds for
a Judicial' Decision in their fatvor
against the Merchants of Winnsboro:
1. That the Legislature gave unlim
ited power to the railroad Iana,ers to
call any article heavy or anl article of
measurewont, as the interest of the
railroad might dictate.
2. Iron may be light and feathers
heavv. A bag of rags can't be ncas
iuredi and a box of hardware or bacon
may be. Lumber is meaured whenu
sold. So, it is mnifelist that railr'oad
uflicials only can judge what is heavy
and what i. light freight.
8. Tl'hat the Legislature had in mind
when granting the first charter (tliat
oft lie South Qarolina Railroad) the
exact dimensions of'at car such ais is
now used on Ithe Charlotte, Columbia
and Autusta lailroad.
4. That said car has a capacity of
20,000 pounds weight, or 66t6 cubic
feet, and the average bale of cotton
contains 35 cubiic fect.
5. That the Legislature intended inl
the charter that the railro;ai shohilt
receive onte hundred dollars per car
load for each 100 miles of tranttsporta
6. That 6661 cubic feet at 15 cents
per foot per 100 miles makes 100 dol
11rs, and ..0,000 pounds at.0 cents per
100 pounds per 100 miles makes 100
7. Therefore the Legislature intend
ed that all articles exhausting the ca
pacity of G66 cubic fcet without pro
ducing 100 dollars should be called
articles of incasureient, ondl all arti
cles mnakin" up 20,000 without
consuming the 6669 feet should be
deeledl heavy articles.
8. As 6661 cubic feet at 30 lbs. to
the foot iiakes 20,000 pounds, there
fore the Legislature int.eaded that 30
pounds shoild be the d'ividiug line;
that all articles weighin iore than 30
pounds to the foot should be classed
ai hetvy, and all artit Lks w e'ghing le: s
than 30 pounds to the foot shoulid be
classed as articles of measurement.
9. That as a cottoif'bale weighs only
14 po00nds1 to the cubic foot it is there
i'ore an article of mecasuremient, sine
no0 other cari can be used f'or tranis
por'tinig cotton except the covered ears,
to guard against fire.
10. Cot ton bieing an articleotfmeasur'e
mnent, railroads hiave t lie powver to col
leet ih transporling' one bale to Co
liiibiat, $2.00; to Charleston, $8.90,
and1( to New York, about $40.00. No
oppre'lssioni, however, is intenlded1.
Money is only wantedl to par dlebts,
and a'small dividenid to stockholders.
11. The inicomeo of the Road will be
greatly reduccd1 should cotton be de
clared a "heavy article."
RAInoAn SCJIJEDULE's.-Theo follow
ing is the present, schedule of arrivals
on the C. C. & A. Railroad, upon01 the
basis of Washington time, which is
six een mlhmites faster thn Win nsbor'o
DAY PASSENGER-GOING NORTII.
Columbia, 10.48, a. mn.; Bly'the wood,
11.38; Rildgewvay, 11.67; simpson's,
12.12, p. im.; Winnisboro, 12.28; Ad
ger's, 12.42; White Oak, 12.50; Wood
wvard's, 1.02; lllackstock, 1.08; Ches
ter, 1.38; Charlotte, 4, p. in.
N[IHT' PAssENER--GOi NG SOUTII.
Chester, 2.41, a. mn.; Cornwall's,
3.05; Blackstock, 3.16; Woodwar'd's,
3.22; WVhite Oak, 3.36; Aager's 3.44;
Winnsbor'o, 3.67; Simpsoni's, 4.1$;
Rtidgeway, 4.80; Blythewood, 4.48;
Columibia, 5.37; Augusta, 9.45, a. mn.
--These trains stop only at the fol
lowing stations bet ween Oharlotte and
Columbia: Fort Mills, Rock Hil1l. Ches
tor, WVinnsboro, Rtidgewvay, IBlythe
wood. Othier' stations are recognized
as "flag stations.".
FiEIP,C CT TIlAUN-OING NoUTIH.
Columbia, 6.30, a. mn.; Bllvthuewood,
6,45; Idgoeway, 7.20; Winnsboro,
8.30; WVoodwvard's, 9.60; Cornwall's
.10.25; Choster, 11bS5; Charlotte, 8.45,
FRiEIa IIT TnAMN-GOING SOUTH.
Chester, 9.05, a. mn.; Corn wall's,
10.256 Blackstock. 10.46; Woodwaird's,
11; Ni1nnsboro, 12.16, p. mi.; R1 Idge-.
way, 1.80; Blhythewvood, 2.16; Colum
-These n'eight trains have a coach
attached and run daily, Sundays ex
-Mr~s, Kate Chase Spragne was~ 89
years old on the 18th of last Augnet.
The Bible says so. In Mi' Chase's
idiary at the time of' his daughter's
birth occurs the following reinarikable
.entry: "hote'abe is pronounded pi't
ty, but I think i~.tIto erwiee. It
is howeVer, 61 bri antwl alt
thanktd. May God give the child a
odunderstandhmg thlat she tsy keeP
?'III' FR10nT ON COTTON.
The Merchants' View of tho Matter,
Facts which the Merchants expect
will force a Favorable Decision of the
Courts, or in failure thereof, will o)
tain for them Redress from the Iegis
1. The T4eislaturo intended to re
strain tle railroads and protect the
people fron exactions, by the clause
prescribing rates, and woul not ihere
fore have allowed the railroad to de
cide all disputed points.
2. When the charter was first g'rant
ed the ariles isually transported
were hardware. dry goods, groceries
and agricultural products, which were
understood to be "'heavy articles;''
and haIsf, bonnets, artlleiial flowers.
&c., &c., wh1icl wrrc 1igilt, weighing
11bolt. five poilIds to the cll)tf foot.
The) last. and others of the hind were
wlatt were iealit hv "artiele; of1, tcas
ure1liet11.'' 13ecansc an art cle is in a
box is no rea on why it sh'hli'l be an
article of neaiurement. . Whiskev or
bacon in barrels can s well be niens.
lre(Sd ats when inl boxes. Lll:nher,
t,houg<.rh at helav art iele, tobr conven
icnce is loaded by thi tnnh11er of feet,
after the weight of on1e foot is deter
3. At the time the charter was
granted Ilie Legislature knew notlin
of the amlount of frei:ht that would1
be carried by one en:1', nor had ihev
any acOJrate idea of the ear dimne
4. The said car las a measti:red en
pacity of 1:00 cubil . feet. and w%itl
most articles p.-ilttin r close stowitg
away, nlearly all this $pace"l can be
It ilized. Cot toni eig of lairger hulk
than iniost articles culnot taivas be
stowed r1ith1ou1t sin11c loss of 5ptcc. ex
c-)t in cars bumil! c:;'e--:SlV tr cott.on.
Ii the 2nt,Oii0-p(1ntid car, a, at. preseit
const ricted, beiig iItende' tbe ira
I)r" ig 1en-;rels. lox. -0 1.ii ge ieral
umirt h;a jise ;-, 7we d' l :l a 'c' (f
I wVCi(t'-niine, hatb-., ol 'tiol I > lh e:I r,
a i iltnjt ih' t. it (ih11)It'. I":Ci' :1 tiI\
tlln.-ii in i' ii 'tl . ill)1, t 1 ltr 'i tntSs
per 10) p null l t, make.t t i.
5. Not so. Ia hwt the loaded c:ns
do not ucc,e li;y dollars to the IO
6. 1015 cubic feet at 15 cents pcr
foot makes $152.25.
7. The Legislature didn't.
8. The space actually occupied by
cotton in the said car is 10ld cubic
feet which is twenty pounds to the
cubic loot. This, tIerefore, is the
dividing line, if the Le'iis.hiture had
such an idea inl establishling one.
Therefore the manic words ''thirty
pounds to the cubic foot" vanisli.
Dry goods in boxes and cotton goods
in btales weigh about tweinty poun1ids to
the cubic foot, and will con.umne iul
ly 1,000 cubic feet.
9. A car cani easily be0 made which'l
will carry 20,000 poumah of cotton if
it werec necessary to put fliat mnuch
cotton on a car to brhp- it witini the
class of heavy articles, which it 4- not
and( now the'Company oft transports
for-ty or fifty hales on one flat car,
which will make $113 to the car t'or
100 iniles. If this question is to be de
cidled by the cacityCi of a car, then ia
fiat wvith ashestos cloth to pr-otect
against sp)arks ctertainlhy should dcetor
mine it t-at.her than a car whichi the
Company '.clects, aind which should
have been' built to carry cotton.
10. 'The Ramilroad has already nearly
rinied somie secttionis of the country
through which it passes, by it s c:;ac
less of the initerests of tine couintiry. It
anly inoney hams ben inadn' it has been
ihr the benefit of a "'ring." rlTe po)w
er chiied ini reg.iikd to cotton wvill
surely strike dannger-ousiv- at the inter
ests of this cotton-prioduciing couintry.
11. Th'le income wvill he increased,
for' tihe roada ti t iI oe does ntot aver
agc ift-y centls per 1001 p)oulIds per 100
mul'es oni cotton, inie hocail frei;ghbs ar*e
so high flhat very few bales are, shipped
to locail points, but are sent as brnough
freight. BeOsides, thouisandsl of bales
areC hauled ini wagons to othIer rail
roads in conisequlene' of the ex
cssivc charges by this Rhoad.
1An1T A L-n.scOMFOnI'8.
The Story of a French Biarou'a Cruell y (a
A ecorrespondent of the London
The~ Paris tribuInals have nowv beore
theim a v'ery painful case for conjugal
sepairation a ,,uensa -et f/hora, whlich
tells stroingly in faivor oif M. Naquelt.'
divor-ce caminpaign, atnd pam-rtnly
aigainst ina rriange wit hi a deceased wife's
sier. TVhe pairties beloing to thle very
highest French society, and pIosselS
one1 o~f thne hun-gest t'ortu nes inEro,
being ino ot her thban tihe wellh kinown
Batroness ScillIier-. 'The act ion for'
sepatlilon is brought by the wife oni
the groundo01 cruelly mad calumny.
Thne chairges aiunist the B3aroness have
already iormcd the subhject of a judicial
iniquiry anad been declared by- theo cx
amtinling Judge t.o he groundless. M.
.Lachaud, whlo pleaded for thle lady
yrSicserda, stated thnat she wvas married
to tihe Batroni in 1867, she baling theni
seventeen anmd her huisband forty-seyoni
years of ago. The Baron's first wit'o
was an eldIer sister of hi prosont 0one
anid died In 1861, loavig t,wo little
dautghiters. The Baron thought lie
could glve lis chuildi!eni no better step
mother than their youn aunt, wholl had
always sliown gregit aflecthoni both for
thoem and their father. She brought
no great do\ver with her,burt sva.s very
beauitlful, and belonged to onie of the
most ,nobilo Lorraine families. IAll
C >mbined, thereforeo, to confirm the
hope that the- couple wvoutld be ver'y
happy. .That hope did upt last- long,
for on the w edd ig tout- the 'Baroni
showed hinself hasety, violent and brut
tal. During thie honeymoon, one eve
ning in, Paris, the Baron -violently
throew a lamp into the lire, and his wife
and the porsons present werd coveredt
with oil and Roo gl9 ECleven
monthis lte.r his wife, hatt as,kpd thme
Baron to eomn 1ori ~ aking
oallea 110 bC e)k al1~ .1a pen
lnito ihiiut, hiohrkfnielesh4
ThtatMd W8 ~ 4 ptm
betr of the Sai yen a Kt in
Alsaco, he best th ner)iss botthme
bek and shonIdr is t t1hai~ bitf eId
1869, tho Baroness 'having asketd to
,imoney on l)resent!;. h( r inotitblv bil
of expeinses, he knocked ier (lowl a<
crammed bank not's into her mouth
till slo fainte(d, telling hei to cat. them
Several tinues nt. the very be'giuninga o,
the miatrimlial career, Ie Ilaroin locket
li. he<drooni door, nial ma(e his wiit
wait onl the stairs fill bie Ilhollglh it tl
to almit her. At Spa in the b'erinnitm
of' 1869, .onl a lmblic p)ronuentu(lc, ht
lriedl to (rag her iuto a shoot ing t.al,
lery, tirent 'ning to kill her (herc. I 1
contitinued to vary his conjuiral exer.
vises by noW brtnkin ' chair on I(
lronhess' back, now takil nii at l'
with his gull, atul now thrbwing a (10.
c?anter at her heal. In 1)ertnher,
I$74) inl Lond(on, ho pur.led h;'r with t
knife in his hand, lhr"etling to stal;
her. Iin I$72 lie ru,hed intbo( his wi'.,
roOm and kicked a .rte ii"ro' tE
l)iecre-. '1'111t. was in .Jatnnarv ; in l-'lb.
110 y, 0ne eveting al (linit.er, not. fil.)
insIhe Il.'';ouip to his 1ts1i4;, ie rxp re.-el
hti, dli";:t iaslte;ion by Ih Gowinlg a,1 hi
wil; a (leratnter, thct his kiie, fork,
spon, ph0u mnd ti'tt'lly, th e'.otp lit.
rovil ifsell'; litl halh' full o1' :s,ot . It
bl)ruart', 1873, he broke a elairon hel
haci. --1 ul i1racilng only tho utltlinvs9
ol'the case, but. Ih see!les het ween tht
!illek'y couple were of hourly occur
-One of Horace ireeley's letIers,
writin soine i tweity year"s 1Igo'), in re
r!"aied to the MAinle politicians, has re
cently been ugoing the routds. IIe
says of then that they ir 'thievish
anl beggarly-a poor lot. and will
swallow all the funds they can get
-Sir William, Jenner, the distin
guished English physician, has the
whooping cough. .ie is sixt.v-fotir
years (11(1. Tihe London Lanect sny
Ihat ho ha's lefl f1 citv ''in order thai
lie may not spread the disease."
1 n s:-:.: D) ' i . C. C. & A . 11. li., 1
'ttL: . ,:' 8. C., : p t. 1:1, 1i'.). 1Ci i t[; . 1 -i iI I, :e tl110
I'I 'ili s'o'(w .myih slairant41 to autornlI'no-'
(.Idte tlt, 1.u11)i , a.t .: it.- in , will
G.11 and ater t:1:s dtliu ,st"l ROUND 1T1::
TICim:m f'ron its local siattons to th")
Court lIonso) or nwa'e'it st:tion. thereto
luring the ritting of the Court an(d oil
sale days of the coulnty in which the st:
tion is Situatted. These tiukets will bo
fuidfor one dlay on'y. On Si turday of eacl
week round tril) ticket, gnol to rotarn
en the following Monday, will be nold
from all local stati)ns to A-gasta, Char
lotte and Columbia for one fare for t.he
round trip. Tho above nient'tiolnel tick
ots will not be extended under any cir.
eulmstanes. Nor will they be transferat
blo. D. CARDWELL,
J. R. MACMvnnTo, Asst. G. P. A.
Gen l. j'assr. Agt.
INDIA RUBBER BELTING.
n'anid six Inch three ply Belting.
Lucerno t'('a , Cio vt-r Nced, alt L
low pricei, just rceivel by
aug 30 i" 1.1LA'ER& RI[C..
CMOKE the "Key East" Cigar-the
k iieat. in towi--for salo by
.1. D.'dcCA11 LE:Y.
FINNCY GROCERI ES
Consisting in part ~of Cream CThress
Macaruoni, C'rackhc ra of te.rionis kinds, snel
as Creaml, ( y--ter. Iornul 11, Jam11bles5, Gin.
:prat Finaps, JButte'r, etc.
Cannfod Gioods --Pine1 aIpple, Peachos,
Tonimine. Har1dinesI andt S~aon.
Picles-Chow--Chowv and Cnenmaber.
L. & IP.'s celelbratedl Worcestershxir<
GAiNGER PlIESE~RVES I
Gl NGERL P11ESERLVES
Corn Starch, puire and fr-.bh, Teas of al
h:indsl, .'u.' p. :Rtar.h, et e.
W,o ke''p consioxlyh onl band1( afu
'.tock of Stephie Groeu'ries, sucli is'.. J.'i-o
Mca( I, Floor. ;ukar, Coffee, Salt, blotuue
etc. Ung..;inug and Ties for i.ale at. bol.toi
N. B. -WeV ave opening. daily' a splend i
aw<oreitmfent of' Dry Goods, Booth, Shlo4<
I iat&:, Crockery, etc. Glive us a call an'
sept [I J. F. MceMASTrER &; Co.
lITE would respoetfully inito i
VV Inspection of our Stock o
Drees Goodst by the ladiesi of Winns
boro and vicinity. Our' stock. Con-'
sists of Iron-.framo G*renadinos, Al
WVool lBuntings, L'aeo Dunting
Dentollos, .Boige, Linen LawnV
P'acjic Lawn, Corded Jaconets
Corded lPiques, Buitings, &c., &c
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
of Brown Linen Dross Goodsh, wit
Lacees for Trimming. Our Stock ir
all other lines is full and completo
A new lot of White and Colorei
Trimmings just opened. Seconi
lot of Cassimores from OCharlotte,
ville mills openedla fewv days since
A lot of. Fans, Parasols and Mosqui'
to Netting just in,
MoMASTER & BUICE.
N. B.---Automatic Fly Fans foi
T HfE books for the collection. of towi
.taxes for the year elnding April let
1880, will be opeon from" the 1e. dlay o1
October to theiet dhay 6f De9en'iber, 1879.
The rat0 is 2j udt4 04 @1 real dtat' and
poionajpoot('q~ .$$ street tax i
male 4~ 6lttfe agOef 16
en atp he il4 fDiere r,97
ret of tou.sv. F
N e&Q'. ~ .OAi4 EICR
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WE TAKE this ol)portunity of i
Grooschel is now in tho Northern
CiiOICE stock of fail and wintor gl
Whilo others may attempt to HU.
parado, WE CONFINE OURSELVA
pose to give our patrons the bonofit
WE DO NOT BSELL ONE ARITICL
iEXTRA PROFIT ON ANOTHER.
Il our goo(.+, -n a gn.rantoo FAIR
us with their custom.
Our regular advortisonont with pri
vill save money by studying it.
Mr. A. W. Brown is still with us, ai
1879, FALL 0
To tho People of Fairfield and Adjolnin
I TA IK pleasure in slating that I ha
ly, having moved inio the large and cou
Ladd Bros. I am no\w preIarel to o
lIO'OT'S 'ntd AlOES, I1ATS and CA1'
and il..o a lii ne line of Tobacco and Cig
ever leent sold inl W1inn11sboro.
Ilavinlfg a varied expericnce and unlitn
for cash only, I defy c4tpef i loll.
To firmers buyintg largely, I will sell
New York cosi. I do't ;add ten per cc
petitors. My diiscounts mot1ere than pay
Look out for my price list, about, the
goods purchascd south of Balt imore.
When you visit Winnsboro don't I
STOR E, 10de_:aiuninu my slock and be
j . . r e
~. as~ , (2V
WCTMCT PA C E ,gv
ARRV EVERY DAY.
S.' M. BEATY has just roetirned
:from New York, and we are nowv re
o oiving a stock of Dry Goods and
Notions, Clothing and H-a ts, Boots
and Shoes, Groceries, &c., which
was carefully selected, and bought
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
'We ask, not only our cust.omers, but
the wvholo oommnunity, to call and
1examino our go ods.
J. M. B3EA TY & CO.
ROBERTSON, TAYLOR & Co.,
GEO. W. WILLT AMS & CO.
1 Cotton Factors, WVholesaIo Grocers and
Goneral 0cmmuission Morchant
1 & 3 HAYMNS fTREET,
Charleston, S. 0.
Will give all businoes their most careful
~ttontion. Consigninents of ctton so
uforming our customors that Mr
markots purchasing a LARGE and
IBUG the public by a great show and
.S TO SOLID FACTS, and we pro
of all bargains that we ourselves get
E BELOW COST AND MAKE AN
We charge a reasonablo profit or
DEALING TO ALL who may favoi
co..list will appear soon, and buyers
1d promises great bargaiu to all his
ER & GRDIESCII EL.
C111nhn-gd myV lostinessi Very extensive
niodious storo formerly occupied by
i"e1r yon Dil Y GO.01)S, NOTIONS,
4, (RtOCi(ERY and (1LASSWWA.IE
urs at tenl per cent. Iess than they h1av0
iled capital, and buying fromn th'st hands
aINy i goods in stock at ten per cent. above
ut. for Cxpnslnes, like some of my com
st of Octoboer. I can (luplicato any
y beforo calling at, the AUGUSTA
J. L. lI1INAU1TG 11, Proprictor.
re-. cia Pan , It reci.
"n .r.. " ir Dzt".v thar1
frdoin at! k.inds of repating,
FRESH G00DS !
--CONSISTING IN PARLT OF
24 bbls. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choico Buckwhoat ]Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes bestI Italian Maccaroni,
12 bb1)1. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffl'O1 Rio, 4 bos
50 bbls. Choico Family Flour.
B3AGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls,, cans and buckets
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hiams.
Choico RIed Rust Proof Oats, Seet
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, H orse and Muk
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
WVino and Cider Vinegar,
Raisis, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed ickles, Chow
Chowv and Popp)er Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold cheap fox
nov 9 D. U. FLSNNIKEN.
(TARD & Co.'s French B3ran~dy,
~Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, inx
geroi'3andy Blackbet' Brandy Phae)i
and App>es Brand, N. En
Sweet Cidor uio 4 t4e Port ineo
Catawba Wine,, bo~r y 1 jd
Dopeclc in.The yry.
brande of Olga, Chewing 'i
TEobaccor .at~idierye f iolor
Pale Table Sherry, Alt i3.W4
meno1v's~ Roar efon 1aled
J U S T
A RIR I VYED
At the Winnaboro -Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods and Millinery Bazaar
a s:"eond lot of new, cbcap and ele
iz,ant goods. Millinev and Fancy
Goods in all the latest styles and
uovelti,s of the season. Mrs., Boag,
having a first-class millinor to assist
her in thia Department, is -fuly
pared to please the most fast
and will take pleasure in d"
A boautiful line of Silk aoi
Parasols ; Corsets,
Ladies' Jabots and Tic
D)ress Goods, Bunti'
Silks, Buttons, Fring,
-in fact a full stock of
as are usually found in
Millinery, Dry Goods
A beautiful lino of ?
Children's Slippers, Ge
Shoes ; also, a nice asse
A full and fresh stock
Groceries: Bacon, Mo.
Corn, Sugars, Coffees.
In short, you can lind al.,bc.
at J. 0. BOAG'S, and. as chodp 'us
the same goods can be bought. any
whore. Don't forget to call.. No
trouble to show goods.
Sixteen new and first-clas'. Sowing.
Machines to be in store ir a day or
so. The New and Improved. Verti.
dal Food Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, th"
Now and Improved Ainoriornfan '
ing~ inl price fron $
These Machines are from'if oto
rics of good, rosponsiblI .1%npanie
and are warranted to .e, just
Agent for Fairfield Cbunt:.
NEW YORK WEEKLY II
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past year. It contains atll t i&i cling
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