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TOWN AND COUNTY.
SATURDAY, Novomber 8, : : 1879.
Assignic's Sale-T. K. Elliott.
Attorney's Sale-T. K. Elliott.
Clerk's Sals-W. 11. Kerr, Clerk.
Citation-J. It. Boyles, J. 1'. F. C.
Buildimg and Loin Association.-D.
It. Flenniken, Secretary.
Jenns-.J. F. McMit-Master & Co.
A ugusta Store-Jolh L. i lim naugh.
BV a ludicrous mistake, the1 latter
portionl of' tO local oin tile Peabodv
Fuind ill Tlrslty's paper was tcked
oil to the en(d o! *ill editorial Concern
ing Scloo!s in the county. No doubt the
tu t. Zion Societ v was Surprised to see
itself called uponl to have a iectinlg to
Consult about tile condition of sehools
inl tho county.
if our youg nivent want to letrin how
to pop the question, I hey should go to
the court-houlso to-iiglt. * *
Nl.:Wv Goon>".31r. J. L'. M'nag
com1es to the front tis morning with
the alllotuliceieill of' it iew line of
(y goods and other alrticles in the
iewest si.yes. ie ladies are special
ly invited to call.
Messrs. J. F. McMaster & Co. ad
Vertise the tinest assortment they have
evyl. had inl en;simleres,, jeans an.d
hersyes, witi a full inivolce of new and
styllsh prh-1ts, aind boo.ts anlud shoes at
)ottomn prices. Call and be convinlc
The ghost scene in Hanlet will be
rendered by Willoughby Reade to
ighut. * *
Tn .r Rmi,no)AI) ACCIDEN-i.-The
Nrws ., LIEn.\L. Icatged that the
lcd(nt of Artist 18th was dw to Ut
re, k essness of the Ra-hroadin rmmning
too rapiOlY over in1C.ior. S.Cinger
track ot short. eurves. Tib Road L
hemently dinied all rvonosibi lit y., and
perm'suad: cyral seprs to believe its;
Wtory. The Sequel has vindCiented T1 '.:
NiNs AN> HEIA D. Almo10st all 0he
parties wvho wvere on) the trainl Claim
ed dallmges. The Road wi'lv een
cluded 11ot to S(anld a suit if it could
avoid it, and Coil)promised at a great
deal higher rate thun for incre loss of
timeo anlld nIloieY. A weck or so after
the accident. it was reported thal it had
paid al gentileln fi01romt Georgia lhi c
thonls:id dollars. Since then it has
paid anlother ceorg ia wn iree hun1dred
dollars, anld to two ladies elevenl or.
t-welve hundred dollars apiece. The
other amiloultis wo have not, 1earn11ed.
()ie crendleman who was inired had
ly htAs brolgltt suiit in atlrge su .
So thr as we know the Fairfield pas
Senl:;IS were the Only ones who did
i ). site for dainges. The Railroad is
very ret icent aboit. thele mat ters, aid
we) havei no oflicial sttemenuoit of thec
sums1. paid. Iif we' haveY overstatecd
themii we will gal aecretos
iNotivithustandin~g, also, the( asser1
ti.nt that te road bed was safe, thie
Company has tornt upj all thte old
stfrinIiger track inl the locatlity of the ac
cidenit, and1( relaidl it with steel rails.
Tis is proper, and1( should have 1been
(done before the Road resolved to wail.
ini Charlotte on the Daunville train. It
is to b)e hiopeud that all the stringer
track will be removed. It is also said
contductors are ordlered now not1 to
make u,p lost time. Thte accident was
produlctive of good resulits, though it
(lid enitail a heavy expentse.
We adlvise all the ladlics to go to the
court-huouse to-nightt and learn how
Mr. and1( Mr's. Perkins hutnted. a
house. * *
$ As Prof. Willoughiby Reado will he0
here onily Otto night, we advise everyv
0o1e in Winnsboro to se0 and1( hear'
htimi. * *
A I LTE.7M, 8A LES-DAY.
Many Pieces of Property Sold lay the Clerk
of Court--A List of the Purchtaars and of
theo Prices PaIid,
As a matter of general initerest we
publisht a list of the several pieces of
real estate sold by the Clerk of Court
01n last salcsday as follows:
Ini theo case of Thtos. K. Elliott, As
signee, vs. Oliver Sloan, a tract of 1941
acres; purchased by Oliver Sloan.
lit thte case of the Wmntsboro Nation
al Bank vs. James Douglass, a tract of
130 acres; purchased by A. Bi. Dong
lass for $1560.
In the case of *Witte Bros. vs. D.
WI. Tidwell and Others, a tract of 343
acres; purchased by Georgo W. Witto
for $850. '
lIt the case of George W. Witte vs.
A.1E. Bliteh, a tract of 474 acres; pur11
chased by George WV. Witto for $1850.
.In the case of Henrity W. Scott and(
John P. Cross vs. Sarah Carman and
Others, a tract of 120 ac, purchased
by Andrewv Y. Milling for 81375; also,
a tract of 80 acres, purchaused by C. E.
Leitner for $335; also; a tract of 40.
acres, purchtased by C. E. Leliter for
$200; also, a tract of 100 acres, Ptur
chased by Mrs. Sarah C. Carmnan for
It the case of Wmn. J. Johnson, Ex1
oettt.or, vs. Gladden & Grigsby,
a 1o6 coittalinig two acres, in Ridge
way ; purchased by Mr's. N. S. Lumpiii
:, I,( Qic ase of George W. 'Witte vs.
SamlI. B, Clow.ncy antd Others, a tract
:of 858 age's; purchlased by Mrs. Clar'a
J. Ste'wwg f9rjSog5.
11), ,Ii, he. 9sO of thQ Wi'nnsboro Build
~pg aiyL pn ALspolation vs. R. J.
1cdarley 'dmb Others,a tract of 180
- - aros; piirchafd by the Association for
U. J. M4Carley and-Othiers, twvo lots
of lantd in Winsboro1oontaihing'opelh
one-half of an.acre; puircha~sed by Mrs.
-( In icOarlop for $450.
*.~ ~) ~ ~ 8afr Ctheab
Sail. B. Clownoy and Othors. a tract
of 81 acres; purchased by A. Williford
In the case of S. it. Pickett, Execu
trix, vs. Rt. Kniox Pickett, an undivid
ed half itterest in t traft of 1273 acres;
purclased by S. It. Pickett, Executrix,
in the case of w. u. Kerr, Clerk,
vs. John C. Mackorell and Others, two
lots of land in Wimisboro; purchased
by Mrs. Aindo L. 'MeCarley for $200.
In tle case of Wmll. C. Bee & Co. vs.
James A. Grigsby, a tractof 100 acres,
purchased by Mrs. C. A. 'rigsby for
$ -80; also, a lot of land ill the town of
Ilidgeway - pichased by T. Ellison
Cloud for $1010.
In th (le case of A. Sydney Smith vs.
Trezvaij Oglesby, a tract of 265 acires,
purchased by 11. A. Gaillard, attorney,
In it ie case of Thonias M. Lyles vs.
James 1). Cureton and Others, I tract
of' 1000 acres; purcllased by James
Jones for $37.10.
In tle case of ' Thomas C. Polloek,
Trustee, vs. Dullose Egleston, and
Others, two lotsinl Winlsboro, con
taining seven-ciglithis of anl aI'cr cl;
pur'chlased by F. Elder for $165.
In the case of Wi. A. Milling, Ex
ecuto;', vs. San*l. B. Clowney and 01 h
ers, a tract. coitaiing 423 acres; pur
chased by A. Villiftord for $1800.
In the case of A, F. INlf, Executor,
vs. E. A. Kennedy, Executor, a lot of
ld ill Ilid!geway, conlaiiing one-tiird
of anit acre, purchased by A. F. Ruff
for $1010; also, a lot of land in llidge
way, containing 8j acres, to A. F. Iui
Willoughby Rctndc, court-h1 mise,
to-night. * *
W illoughb -11) vI'adf . Che great Enlg
l'shi lit) noist its givli oi0 Onils:aid
cu;Cr.1ialeals ha the p-inlcipal vit,es
of the Uuhed ;,.tues. As a delineaitor.
o0 amu1 n charac is, he is said -:o be
unequltd(. * *
AS C<rTx iS KIN(.-Inl ('01mmerce,
so the liher is kino in the uIman sys
.im. Wecnot heinl anly pvam wi
his great organ diseased. To keep it
in citiiion to per'ormil its fuIIct ions,
uISO Dr. GiOihler's Livcr Pills. ''hev Ilare
sold b)y all drugIsts n nd country'mier-,
ohants. For sale by Dr. V. E. Aiken.
-At a rei'ent coniieert, it- was liht
Sul)ject of' Ieuiark that, in what titne
"vo'ce'' thr, sil.rcrsi were; ill coll
1110ondinllg his good judgment, thilead -
or will pardon us for wispering that
lie ilways recomiilends Dr. rl., 1 l's
Cotugh Syrup for clearing and strogi hi
enilg the voico.
U. AND L. A
fUly, 57'hl romlitar mn-tmnr ot ThO Winns
J.t boro W 111 (hin atiftl Lo0n Ao elatlon
wil l b W leli nt.he'Townl Mill mit Mltel-i evvvn
tng, 1ir h t, . inst anlt, at i' o'clock. ro.miners will
brint' thettr books an(ldpay 1liellr m'ont lily Inst al
monfs at or el'ore t aat. t ime, othe:wsc tile
pnIMty of tll (eilts per sharcwill 'hityed
afterCl theC met'ili.4. 'I herie. Wviil be from'
Swr-ly-thiree liunirect to two 1y--ive huii.Iire(
(1d llrs (3n hanti. Sevenity -Ilvo dollars per' share
1w1n1 be thle inaximtl11un.
1). Ri. FLEINNIK EN.
niovs Secy. anid Trieas.
STATE 01F SOUTHI CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Byj J. Rl. 110 1'L ES, Esq., Pr,obate Jud ye.
hiath 1mad11 suit to me to granit him
letters of adinistr'at,ioni of the estate anid
e:Y'ects of Jon. 0. Matthews, dleceaised:
Thiee are, therefore, to cite and admnon
i all aundt 5ing;narttho kindred and credi
tirs of' th.o said Jon1. 0. Matt,ews, de.
o' tse'd, t".at they be anid appi~eari before me1,
in t,he Court of Proltate, to bo hold at
Fairfield Court House, 8. C., on the 22d
dlay of November, after publiention
herou-of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they havo, why the said
admlninistraitioni shonid not be granted.
Given uinder my1 hand, this 6th day of
November, Anno Domini 18';0.
nov 8-x1tI Ji. P.-C.
A DMINI STRIATOR'S NOTICE.
A LL persons having claims~ aginst the
hereby notifled to present the same, duly
attested, at the onfice of Jno. .J. Neil, at
toney att law, No. .1 Law ItIudo.
J OHN P'URCELL,
Nov. 5, 1879. Administrator.
nY THOs K. ELLIOTT', ATTORNEY OF I(,
W. DESPORtTE8 AND MARY P. BLAoK.
BYvirtue of a power of attorney,
excuted to mno by Henry W.
Desportes and Mar'y P. Black, on the~
third day Novemnber', 1879, for tho'
purposes thorein set~ for'th, I will 8e11
at public auctjin, in Winnsboro, S. C.,
in f'ronlt of theo court-house dooi-, on
Monday, the first day of Decemibor,
A. D. 1879, between the legal hour11s of
sale, at public outcry, to the highest
bidder. thie following described prIopJ
orty, to wvit:
All that picce parcel1 or tract of land,
lyinug and being in FairfIeld county,
Bouth Carolina, southwardlhy fr'om the
towvn of' Winnsboro, on the Charlotte
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, am1
about eight miles 'om said town, coni
taining TItEE IIUNDRIED AND NINE
ACREs, mor'e or less, bounded by lands
of Henry W. Despor'tes, lands heolng
ig to the Estate of,Jas. Walling, de
ceased, lands of' Turnier Stuart and
othei's, and knowni In' the vicinity
thereof' as the "Wolfe Place." This
piece of hand will be sold in thr'ee
tracts-two of eighty acres each, more
or less, well wooded, and one of one
huiindred.and forty.-n?uie acres, contain
seventy acres r'eady for cultivation, ac
cordinig to plots to be exhibited on day
TERMS OF SALEs:
One-third of the purcehasc-mnoney to
be paid in cash; for the balance a cred
It of' onie and two years from the day
of sahe, with iunterest ft'rm the daty of
sale, the l)tuaaser to give bo'hd, se
cured by niortgage of the prtr.isles,
and to pay fdrall ncsa aes
gives arillian't light, *5th 1
BY T1LOMAS K.E I,lOTT, ASSbUN B OF
BY viitu of (ho power- conferr-ed on
.nme bY a deed of asso 1mient tiuuo
to Ine by I add Bros. ol ille Vlourteeiti
(lay of Janiary, A. D. 1679, lor the
beielit o' tlhe cie(Mior; of' f1 the ii
Ladd Ilroq., I will sell ait publin 11nec
fion inl Wilnsbo'o, S. C., III tront of
the cuirt-holu'v (oor, Ol Mmliv, (he
first day or )eeinbe, A. 1).' 1879,
bet wen thie le:-al hou-s o' saile, .1hm
followhIig-describ( piece or' Ial l'
Mtale, 1itfat, lyi ald eingll- inl Fair
fleld counlty,Iland frel eogn
to the said ladIl los., and conveverd
to.n e bV said deed of as iuinent, to
All thati tracto' land confainhg -rwo
itNICE-D Aw -1r1I.: ACEI.s, inre or less,
an<d boul<l on the north and east4 by.
lids o' N. '. Myers, on the south by'
la lo, n olw or ib*':1im'rlY, of Esfat.t of
Eli 11aLITison, (leceasil, aIld Oin Ue
vest by lanins of" )avid Tidtwell, N.
Myer-s tund .1, 'J. seigler.
TE-:RMS OF SAL,E:
One-third cash, and the baifaiien in
one and two vears f rronm the day of
sai l Avic al iliterest I hereonl, pay
able anuially ; thie lurelatse to give
his bond, seenred by U iloltgage of, the
preiises, aud to pay for all nocessary
T1OMAS K. ELLiOTT,
Assignee, and Agent fr Creditors.
RNerseys^ Cassimeres, etc. Finest
asol'itient we have ever li"I inl stook,
for s31.le at bottom11 prices. Colic aind
Pi1x.TS! PRINTS!! PRINTS!!!
One hundred an d li 1icces of choice
SHOES! SilOES!! SHOESU!!
A splemlid line of Shoes and Boots.
We will sell it
Iisons iending an1ytlinig in this
lime will id It to their tavantage to
aispeci oie stock before putirchasing
J. F. MCMASTER & CO.
TilE STATE OF sUlI'll CAROLINA,
COUNTY Or FAIIl:L).
COURT 1O COMMON PLEAS.
Elizaleth Wood alI Obadi11h 3ou1war,
by (Iorgo H. MicMr.st r, his Ci'ardin
ad Lueni, P'laintit1*--, iaainat W'. It. Doll
ware, AnIdrw 1ioulwiare, Addie White.
Judy Eulumnn, lierry Houl wai e. Fletch
er Boulwairo andl II. .J. IF. W. (Coleman,
De'fenduants. -- opy .iummons for Relief.
Comnplaint not Served.
To t,he Defendants above named;
Y O areiereby mlimm!loflnIednd're
. qlured to ansl*wer the comuplainit in
tianction, which is filed in the otlice e.
the Clerk of Ceomo 1Pleas for the said
County, anid to serve a coply of yoeur ant
swer to the said complidantii on -thC sub
scribers at their otlice, No. 1, Bank
1iange, Winnsboro, 5. 0., within twenty
days after tie service lhereof, exclusive of
thie (lay of such Stervice; aiiul if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time
aforesad, the plaintift' in this action will
apply to Lbho Court for the relief demnud
GA LLARDLI & 1IEYNOLDS,
Dated October 8, 1879
W. 1. KEnn, [IL 8.)
0.0C.0. P. F. 0.
WUOLESALEl AND RETAIL
GROOERS AND ~COMMISSION
No 174 Main St. (Vhito Fr
OOLUImBIA, 8. 0.
We have Mr. J. 8. Gladney with us. Heo
will be glad to see all of his old friends..
Givo us a call before purchasing else-.
where. AUGHITRY & MARTIN.
oct 11-3mos .
0A mnonth guaranteed. $12 a day at
home made hv the Indust,rIous.
apia not required; wo malletareyou Mond j~
women, boys and girls mk oe atrA
wvork for us~ than at anyt.hing (e1se. The Work
Is light, and pleasant, and such as anronoe can
go) right at.. Those why aro wvise who cant see
this notice will send us their add(resses at once
and( see for' thiemselves. (lest ly outfit and terms
free. Now is the timo. Those already at wvork
areo layIng uip large suims of money. Addro.s
'iTtHUE & 00., A rgusta, Maine.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortmente of Liquors in the Bore. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Nectar,
1840; 'Throe Barrels of uIne old1 Rve Whis
key: 1st, Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskey,
9 years old; 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle, 9
ditto; 3rd, Rloanoke Uyo, the oldest, 18
ditto, Corn Whiskey of the best grades,
North Carolina Corn, Swect anid sour Mash
of tlip best grpdes. Also, Wine'ahd hirafn,
di'os of tihe finest branda1 IIhave qiso 'a
db)~e otobof Cigam: and 'loba'co, whicoh' I
w ill dispose of at reasonable prices for
ensh: only. Givp. me a oall, and I will treat
"96ft rliht.' Philadelphia Lulg6r Boer al
M4yk on hand firom the oolebrated fphp of
Bhorger and Engezl... You can find met itt
all ti1mes at the Bar ntader the V(pnsb'oro
IHbtol, next door to D. fl, sienniken'p.,
Call and see, me. J.OLEN&DIING,
190 NGfnd 0hd*In~ Toec~o
leQ f the fine 6~i&~
Seen my stock of furniture, vhich
Nwest, and chuapoit, awcording to o
llow Supply of Chromo4, ficluro Fra
ilhades, Mirrors, &c. Furnitirc noa
L-iimber and L-iths for sale. I am
Factory. All order promptly otteud
Wilon New"'Improved Sowing Mach
HAVE ENLAlEGED TREIR .GTOCK. OF
Making it entirely unnecessirv for their
muntoiers to go outside of Winnsboro for
mny ar(icle in . their him.. They pledgo
loLsulves to give ad vantages In regard to
VARIETY, QtI,\TTY AND PRICE.
Extri, fino articles which the market
vill notjustifyin stock, will bo provurod
>n1shitor.t nortic, b
A FR*ESIA SUPPLY OF
G ROCE RI E S
With new aldifions arriving daily,
Choice New 0 elvans"Molalises. 11nu Syrmps,
4ii:ris c)f all gr'.des,1 Rio and 'Java Coilee.
[reh or roastted, . Choico Valiuily Flour.
Also, ng nt for the wst, Nlour in the muar
kent---l' idn,lntoBiten.?ticiAG'our"-it has'no
C-quall. Cream - Chvosol at.nd Macaroni,
Crikor mal akI s .o.all kinds, Boap,
oda and Starch, :WF i0iuckets, Water
huinicketV, 1,1tell 'op' and Cotion
1topeW,.iac In, a.mg ;ndim( Ties, Lard in
Itarr-c.-s, 'ans andl. buckots, best Sugar
Cur-ed t.uus, li.Ad Ru- Proof Oats. fSeedI
Htyc and1 1arl.11' Nil,~ Axe, Hlorso arni
M\1ulc- Mbloo.-, Axiq (re.ase, WhIite WVine and
Cider Vinigar , 'Spahl ing and Chewing To.
bu1cco, Raisins, .ur'ra nts -atta Citron,
Caunod Goodsi -of 'all kinds--gahn~on,
SardinesB, T1o matoesi, Paunebecs, Pino A pple,
\rl.-.d Pick:les, C.how-Chiow, Pepper
A fnne selection of B3ootsq and Shoes
CHEAP FORL CASH,
.CAL FL AND,U3E. CONVINCED.
TO TIlE CITIZENS 01F WINNS
1B0RO AND FAIiRFIELD:
I WOULD res'pectfully announce to
the p)ub)IClic i thot hve nuido uample ar
INorfolk, Sn folk and Charleston, to
supplyJ I100 with FRIESJI SALT WA
TER FISII and.,t(ho very.best
for-this season. I will keep them in
store leRlESI ON( ICE eycry day', so
tinat my customers can supply them
sel,vos at ally. tit.
.3ll imyOystersiand Fish are guar
anteed io be.fresh and of the
VERY BEIiST'QUA LITY.
-F~ W. JABENILIIT
.Wasliington street, R of T[own
M. L. KINARD,
OPPOSITE the WIIEELERI HOUSE,
HAS received tihe larges6 stok of
Clothing that has ever beon in Columbia,
and. is soiling at
Elegant Cheviot and English Cassimeo
Suits maido in the Intest. tlce. Also, a
fine line of Soft and Stiff ibats, and a wvell
selectedl line of OverCoats, of -F?ir Boav..
ors, Ulisters, K(ersoyR, an~d Melton.
Call and Examino my stock befote pur
MR. JAME~S U. KETNNEDY
Is wItlh tho' abpvo estabtlshnmontj
wud be pleased to see his friendsw oni
in the ci'ty.
TM T INAUZ
is o 0 I handsomest
unlity. to 1o found in Winnsboro. A
mo, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Window
tly repaired at mnoderato pr-ioes.
Rgont for 'a Door, Siah and Blind
od to. . Also, agent for the Wheeler &
inc,-and two others.
R1. W. PHILLIPS.
ARRYVING EVERY WAY.
J. . BEATY has just returned
from Now York, and we are now re
coiving a stock of Dry Goods and
Notions, Clothing and Hats, Boots
and Shoes, Groceries, &c., which
wau carefully selectod, and bought
LOWEST CASH PIRICES.
We ask, not only our customers, but
the-whole community, to call and
examine our goods.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
GEORGE A. OLAR ,
* soLE AGENT.
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
The distinctivo features of this spool
cotton aro that it is made from the veriy
SE~A ISLAND COTTON.
It is finished soft as the cotton from
which it is made; it has no waxing or
artilicial finish to deceive the eyes; it is
the strongest, smoothest, and( most elastie
sowing thread ini the mnarket; for machine
sowing it has no equal; it is wound on
W HI TE S PO OLS8.
The Black is the mesa
ever produced in spool1 cotton, being
dyed by a system patented by onrselves.
Th e colors a dyed by the
NEW ANILINE PROOESS
rendering them so perfect and brilliant
thatdres-maerseverywhere use thenm
instead of sewing silks.
A Gold Medlal was awvarded this spool
cotton al. Paris, 187$, for "great strength''
an id "'geneoral e xcellen ce" being the high
est award given for spool coiten.
We invite comparison and respectfully
ask ladies to give it a fair trial and con
vince themselves of its superiority over
To. be had at fwholesale and retail of
J. 0. BOAG.
aug 1 ____________
SMITH'S WORM 01L
Avrnnu, tA., December s, 1878.
A few nights since I gave my son one dose of
the Worm 0il. and the next day he passed 18
large wvormas. At thd same time I gave one
dose to my little girl, four years oldi, and she
passed 88 worms from 4 to 0 inelhos long.
-WORM oIL~ for sale by' lastr & Bri.e
Prepard y Ir. El. 8. LYNDON, Athens, Ga.
n en dto as wel as mn. any mke more
than the amount statodI above, ?'o one can feil
to make money fast. Any one ean do the work,
You ean make fromt 10 ets. te $2 an hjour by de
voting your evenings and spare time to the
business. Noihing like it for mohey making
ever offered before. 1business pleasant and
strictly honorable. Reader, if you viant to
know ail about the best paying business before
the pmublic, send us your address and we wIll
sedyufl atclr and private termns
fr apes your i.h yloufref; yo Addrss
Aug is-tonmxly Co,Prln M.
TIF YOU want a good Mint Jalop to
.Lenonade, or any fancy summer
.drhiti, call on J. 1.). MeOARILE2, and it
*i1}l. be serveul to you in the most tasty*
PL tR4HE uiful
GRANb DISPLAY OF NEW GOODS!
SECOIND pew arrival this season in Dry Goods, Notlons, Boots, Shoes,
Clothing, Crockery, (lasswar, &c., &C., winch I have bolght cheaper thatif
Dress Goods in all the new and desirable shades, Cashieres, Crepe Cloths,
and a big drive iN lHasket I)ress Goods at 1:2-c. . . R-JJ
An elegatit. linie of Cavsieres, .Jeauis, Red and White Flanni1els, Blankots,
9-4 and 10-1 Sheetings, and 1'. C. Cotton.
1 1111 still ,elling the P'idiioiit Faetory Goods at the old price, notwith.
standing the recono,ulvatce.
CALICOES! CALICOES!! CALICOES111 CALICOES!!!!
Best brands in fauies at 7c.
A very nlice linle otf Caks, Shawls, Sacques, &c.
Bed Tickin1gs Coinieicing as low as 8c. up to A. C. A. at 20 to 25c.
NOTIOXSI NOTIONS!! NOTIONS!HI NOTIONS!!!I
An elegant line af. prices beyond competition.
My Shoe Departmllenlt ii comlipicto, and purchased at rock bottom prices, and
will be soh very low for C.ash.
Sonethil.n- very cheap iI Gahissware and L1amps.
I respectI fully invite hw ladies to inspeL IIIy stock before purchasing else.
,vhcere, anId Comlpare'In'1'eS.
Somlethilu1g neV inl Vases-i big. drive.
I illvite Ii finspectiol of the ItbovIe goods, which I w%ill sell at l1vo and lot
-Ja L. IMIIWAUGH,
nov 8 EADER 0F 7OW PRICES.
E havs i,)w open, and will mell as low as any reliable house in town
our socond supply of Fall and Winter Goods.
1 case Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieces other 1)rands of Long Cloth.
1 case Bessbrook Jeans.
75 pieces assorted Jeans and Cassineros.
50 pieces new style Prints.
Djross Goods, Alpacas, Mohairs, Cashmeres.
Blankets, whito and colored, Flannels, Linsays, Ginghams, Bro.-tj
Tomespuns, Plaid lloinespuns, Drillings, Osuaburgs, Bed Ticking, Hick
>ry Shirting, Cotton Flnniiis.
Coinforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Bor tevard Skirts.
A full supply of whito and colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and
Drawers, Bleached, Brown and Colored Half Hoso.
Clothing and Hats.
Ovorcoats i Overcoats'!1! Overcoats6 * I
For tho ladies we havo a iico stock of Undervosts, Hosiery, Gloves.
Rufihing, Collars and Cutffs, Edgingt aik Insortions, llibbons, &c.
The "Pinaforc," "Juna," "Pride" and "Beatrico" Corsets.
White Goodt, sugh as Nainsooks, Jaconots, Cainbrics and Lawns.
For house-keepors, we have a f ull lino of Tablo Dainaski Doylies,
'owels,. Bleached and Brown Sheotings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' i.nd 13oys' Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valives, Satachels, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocciy Department can be found overything needful at low
We cordially invite an inspection of our stoock feeling assured that wO
~au please.. F. ELDER & CO.
W E have just received a now and large supply of DRY
GOODS, consisting of all kinds of Cloaks, from the very cheap
est to the very finest.
Ladies' Sacks and Skirts, in great var 'ty.
25 dozen very fine imported Children's and Misses' Hoso.
All kinds of Ladies' and Misses' Merino and Woolon Vests
Boys' and Children's Morino Skirts- something new.
Ladies' Scarfs, from the finest to soni at five cents each:
25 picces Black and Brown Worsted at ton cents per yard.
10 dozen children's Gloves at five cents a pair.
Ladies' Shoos-a great variety.
Ladies' Felt Hats-latest styles.
Blankots in groat v4rioty'
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCIIEIL
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME
--WITH A FRESH STOCK Or.
FALL AND INIIt'f,TNEftR GO
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, VANOY GOOD% AND MI
We take pleasure in ithnounciug to onr friends theub
Lhat we are now opening the finest and most pete as -I
3nd Winter Goods, inoludin Fanl y and StapDi God 644R
4tyle of Millinery, Ladies' r8'es9 Goods, 1PO0 b4