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TOWN AND COUNTI
TIHUSDAY, May 20, : 188
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Winnsboro, S. C.
- Attention I U. L. I.-J. I. CUT
Town Ordluince-E. S. Chandle
The Rev. W. E. Boggs, D.D., h
accepted the Invitation to .deliver t]
oration at the next annual reunion
Sixth Regiment Survivors' Assooi
The Jackson's Ureek Democrat
Club held a meeting on the 15th insi
and elected the following delegates I
the County Convention: R. E. Ellisol
Jr., J. H. Kennedy, W. J. Herron, j
J. Hamilton, W. J. Crawford.
The next Dime Reading, for tl
benefit of the Presbyterian Chur&
will be held at the residence of M
D). It. Flenniken to-miorrow evening
eight o'clock. An entertaining pr
gramie is arranged, and a pleasa
thne may be anticipated.
The Boonville, Mo., Advertiser co
tains a notice of the death of enriet.
L. Dwight, aged about three yenr
daughter of Dr. It. Y. Dwight. D
D3wight is a brother of Capt. Chas. I
Dwight, and has many friends in o
coiunity, all of whom beartily syr
pithize .with huim in bis affliction.
Several of our planters have recen
ly bought improved agricultural m
chinery. Capt. James P. Maclie li
recently procured a steam engine at
thresher, Messrs. Rt. E. Ellison, Ji
and Mr. Smith Chappell have done t
same, and Mr. 1). R. Flennikon is no
using a latest improved field mow,
CLUn MEET1No.-We are request<
bvMr. George II. McMaster, the pre
dent of the Winnsboro . Democrat
Club, to state that there will be a men
ing of the club in the Thespian Hz
on Thursday evenin)g, the 27th - Insl
at eight o'clock. A full attendance
* important, as there will be imp~orta:
business b'efore the club--the eletic
* of delegates to the County Conventio
and a general reorganization of ti
club for the approaching campaign.
CENsUs ENUMEuIATR.-We ha'
been requested by Col. Pride, Supe
visor of thle Census for the 1st Distri<
to announce the folloing appola
mnents of Eniumecrators for the sever
townships of this counlty:
* No. 1-W. B. Estes.
No. 2-J. Fayssouix -Peian.
No. 3-Elrwlin F. Pagan..
No. 4-D)avid E. McMaster.
No. 5-Jamies Pagan.
No. 6-J. Prestoni Cooper.
No. 7-J. WV. Coleman.
No. 8-B-.E. Elkin.
*No. 9-J. L. Canthen.
No. 10-R1. Hi. Jennings.
No. 11-T. E. Bell.
No. 12-R. E. Elllsbui, $r,
*No. 18-G. B. Pearson.
J No. 14-T. R1. IRobertson..
These ap~poin~tees are nlotified to ec
at their respective post-offices for th<
Comissl8ioits and othier necessary 1:
pers, wVhich have been- forwarded1
TIlE SALEM;: 'DEMOORATIO .CLUBI.
The Salem Domoeratic Club hekl
meeting on thel15th Inst., to reorga
ize for the coming campaign. Eh
' ions were held for officers, delegal
and coumitteemen, and tho followin,
nlamedi gentlemen~ were chosen by
President--J. R1. Boyles.
1st Vice-President-J. M. Owinf
3rd Vice-President-C. A. Douglat
Seoctary-- W,. J. Keller.
Executive Committee- Dr. T. 4
Douglass,-D. M. Alken, G. B. Pet
grew, J. M, Yongue, B. HI. James.
Member 'of County Executive Coi
mittee-T. E. Bell.
Delegates to County Convention
J.,R. Boyles, .D. .M. Aiken, W.
Crowder, Thos. Wilkes.
A resolution pledging the club
support the cause of the Democracy
both county and State, was unar
A resolution ,was papsed, invithm
Mr..Jno. W. Lylee. n'nd Capt. H. .
Gaillard to addrdss the club at its ne;
meeting, which .is set for the secoa
Satqrday, being.the 12th day.- of Jun
at three o'clock in the afternoon. T
puA#e are invited to attend.
T. ., rB ODD .E aLo WB.
Public Installation of the Ofmoer. Elect
by the Lodge Ep~oently Organised
We have already inetitloned the e
ganization of Mount Zion Lodge, N~
85, of the Independent. Order of O<
Fellowrs and have given the names
the-odicers el~eted. Madidaf 69en
the 17th inst., was lixed for the inste
laf Ion of the~9Qrswh . crsnon
being hel Nti ibnl6 if~ the Co0
Iiouse. 1h~ gb q~ iger of t
Carolinawere present: F. W. Sindorf,
' Most 1ort1y Grand Master, J. 1.
D. 811mri1-1, Hight Worthy Granld Wardenl,
J. W. Rothrock, W0orhy Grand Conl
Sdlctor, G. W. Cirtis and N. W.
Trump, Past Grand Masters. The
ceremony was conduicted by the Most
s Worthy Grand laster, assisted by the
other officers. Each oillcer of the
Ir Winnsboro lodge was installed w ith
ltduc cerc'iony, the obligationl being
administered by the proper ollcer o
( the Grand Lodge. After the peibrin
ii- anice of his diltics, Grand AMaster
ha Sindorf delivered a short address, con
g"ratulating tle incilbers of tle new
lodge on their orgaiization, antd urg
,h ing them to inculcate and practiso the
id principles taught by the ordor. The
r- Rev. G. W. Whitnan, chaplain (if the
or new lodge, then read an appropriate
address, in which the aims of the or
er der are set forth, and the menibers
1o exhorted to cairry them out in word
Y and act. An impressive pratyer was
then oil'ered' by Conductor Rodirock,
and (lie cereiony closed.
n- The Odd Feilows and their invited
guests then repaired to Masonic .lall,
r. where they enjoyed theiselves over a
liugo bowl of puiich, with the usual
10 accompaniments. The entire eveiiiner
fwas spent most pleasatly for every
The following telegram was received
by Grand Master Sindorf shortly a'ter
o the cereimony:
., CHu.AR1STON, S. C., May 17.-Marion
1o Lodge, No. 2, .1. 0. 0. F., to Mount
Zion Lodge, No. 35, 1. 0 0. F.:
Greeting, and wishing her inny hap
- py returi of her natal day.
W. II. TAnRANT. At. D.,
hc It is proper to add that Mount Ziou
Lodge is not a rCorga'nization or re-.
' vival of the lodge exi inug here man
cars ago, but is a neTv one entire.
1- The following letter is published for
a the hiforination of the public.
. Pmr.Aumnr.rma, May 15, 1880.
ir J. Clendining, Esij., Winnsboro, S. C.
1- DE.n SBn-Yours of 13th inst. to
hand, and in reply will say, there is
only one other party besides yourself
in Winnsboro, who is-selling our Ohl
1"1863" Cabinet Whiskev-Dr. V. E.
is Aiken-who we believe sells it for
niedicinal purposes. If there are any
others who are selling a whiskey pur
%0 porting to be our Old Cabinet, with.
out they purchase from you or Dr.
r Aiken, they are no doubt selling n
spurious article. Dr. Aiken has boen
d buying from us for a long time, asdiid
i- his predecessors, Metsi. Ladd Bros.
10 Respectfilly Yours,
ATTENTION I G. I. I.
is SSEMBLE at Thespian Hall thie
it . (Thursday) even ing,- at 8 o'clock,
-~ instead-of Friday evening, as previously
1,announced, with arms and fatigue equip
ments, for drill.
10 By order:
J. H. CUMMINGS,
may 20 . 1st Sergt.
t, ~E it enacted and ordained by the In
t- --itendant and Wardens of the Towi
of Winnsboro. 8. 0., in Council Asaem
al bled, and by the authority of the same:
I. That there shall be a Board of HealtlI
created, to consist of three citizens oe
the town, one of who ni shall be a pre~ctis
ing physician, who shall hohl their otliccs
until the first day of May succeedlin1
their app~ointment, and until their sue
cessors shall be applointcd.
II. And be it farther enacted and or.
dained, that thie members of said Board
shall be annually appointedl by eac.
-1Town Council as soon as praicticable after
the installation of the Intenidant and
Wardens into office.
III. And be it further enacted and or
dained, that during tihe months of June,
July, August and 8eptemnber the said
Board shall opumino the premises of all
residents of, and persons doing buinesi
within, the corporate limits of said town
at least once a month, and reportto the
ill Town Council any matter which, in thoiu
ir judgment, is deleterious to the health 0:
a IV. That the nbers of said Board
)y shall, in consieration of' their serv~sous,
be exempted- fuom street tax wvhilo in
V. And be it further enacted and or
dalned, that-any person i'esisting the en
a tragoe of the minombers of the said iBoard
n- updnhiany part of' their premnises, excepi
c-thei' dwelling-houses, shall be fined five
dollars for each offence, or be imprisoned
es for ten days, upon conviction.
g- VI. And be it fuither enacted and or
c- daidod, that any person wvho'aball fail oi
neglect to abate any matter u pen theou
premises, rep'orted by the Bloar d o:
Health as a nuisance, for three days aftei
s.notice requiring the same, served b h
Chief of Polico, shall be Ained one dla
for each day's such failure or neglect, oi
85. be imprisoned one day for eaoh day's sueh
failure or neglect.
VII. And belit further enacted and or
'dained, that the Board eor Health shall
-* al so, frim time to time, report any matter
not upon the premises of any citizen. oi
oven not 'within the corporate limits,
which in their judgment injuriously af
fents the he dhth of the the town, for the
-- Concil to take such notiou as it may deoom
*Under the above Ordinance the follow.
ing citizens are appointed as ouch beard
to of health for the year ending M~ay 1st,
in 1881, viz: Dr. E. W. Aiken and Messrs.
F. Gerig and EI. M. Huey.
d'Done in Council this the 30th day 01
April, A. D. 1880, under the corporate
seal of the said Town Council.
JAS. A. BRIOE,
* Attest: Intendant.
B . S. CHANDLER,
0, CHAltLESTQN CITY RAILWAY cI
1e (N and aifter this day a special ear will
be in waiting at the Siouth Carohi.
na Railroad Depot, Line street, to accom.
modate all passengers on incoming trains,
The fare will betTEN CENTS,.includint
.d an ordinary sized valise or traveling bag.
an - O0. BIGOWALD,
.. 'Ohiarleston, 8.0., May 10, 1880.
N. B3.--.The Columbia Regist~er Edgefield
0- Aduerilser Greenville Daily, Abbeville Presi
Id and hanner, Union TImne*, Laurena ~i~ad,
~.and Yo 'kvil Z%|'afid will insert foui
timos e azdioxnd bill fol paymM I I
-i Prest. Oity RIiiia-yeo-mpap ,
may 18 11:4
1e ~ bo~~ oT~
I., Tl 1NACTED AND ORDAINED b.
.) tho Town Connoil of Winnsboro
t. C., and by the author ity of tho sam
That util furtlr notice. tho hours foi
ScIling fresh1 mleats; wVithin the corp~orat
limits of said town shall be between I
o'clock, a. in , tinil 4 o'clock. p. in.
Dono in Council this 17th day of May
1880. - JAS. A. lBRICE,
At- est: Intendant.
E. S. CIIAINDLE,1,
may 18 cl erk.
An Ordinance to Provont tho Carryln(
of Deadly Weapons.
E E IT ENAC- El) AND ORDAINED b)
.)the Intendanit an14d W1ar.l o11. of th<
Town of Wildsboro, S. C., Im Counci
1. That hereafter it shall not be lawfu
for any person to carry concetled abou
his person. within the corporate liiit's o
the sai Towii, ally pistol, dirk, dirk
knifIe, bowiQ-kife. razor. sliinig-shot
brass k n unkles, sarid-bag, sword-cano o
other deadly weapan.
. That ay onie Violating this Ordi
nonee, shall be arreosted by the police and
coimnitteld to the guard-i.l lise. unlesi
good bail, in the sum of fifty dollars, bc
iven to securo his appearanco before th
the Town Council for trial when sum
III That any one violating this Ordi
unnce, shal, iou convicrion thereof, bi
fined not exceeding fifty dollats, or Gio im
prisoned in the county jil for a term no
exceeding ten clays.
)one in Council, this the 7th day o
May, eighteen hiuilrod and eighty, with
the corporrte seal of said Town affixed.
JAS. A. 11L0CE,
' Attest: Intendant.
E. S. CIIANDLER,
An Ordinance to Provent; the Frighten
- ina of Horsos.
I. Tiat from and after the )assage o
this Ordinanc. it shall not be lawfil fo
any person to fly any Lice. phay anly gatl
of foot, ball, or engage in any other gami
calculated to frighten horses, on thi
stihut.s. ol said Town. known ia Congres
street or Washingtoni street.
II. That an1y person Violating this Or
dinance, sha11l, 11pon conviction thereof
be fined in a sum not t xceeding ten dol
)one in Council, this 7th day of May
eightcen hunidre I aid eighty, and witl
thu corp~orato seal of said 1 Town affixed.
JAS. A. BICE,
E. S. C1lANDLIR.
An Ordtnanco 'to Protect the Citzent
from Mad Dogs.
I. That on and after tho 8th day o
May. 188,, all dogs foiund on tWe street
of said Town not muzzld with a wire o
other seeuro muzzle, shall 6
killed by the police.
II. That in carrying out this Ordinanv(
the policeo may cult to thceir assistiauc
antly person or persous.
Done in Council this 7th day of May
eighteen iundlred and eighty, and witl
the corporate seal of said Ton n alixd.
JAS. A, BRICE,
E. S. CIIANDLER,
To Impose an Annual Tax Upon Cor
tain Business Therein Mentioned.
. E IT ENACTED and ordained b' th
Intendant and Wardens of th
Town of Winnsbcro, S. C., in Counci
tmct, alld by the authority of the same:
I. That all lecturers, traveling theatri
cal comipamles, concerts or musical entor
tainments, or exhibitors of curiosities e
any kind, except for charitable purposes
who may lecture or exhibit w.ithinu th
corporate limits of the Tfown of \Vinns
bore, shall pay an annual tax of one hun
II. Thall all peddlers, or venders o
soaps, miedicincs, goods, wares, or mar
chandiso of any kind, not the prodlucts o
manufacture of this State,'or by a citizem
resident in thisSt ate, who shall off'er thoi
wares for sala within the corp~orato limit
of the the Town of Winnsboro, shall pa
an annual tax of one hundred dollars.
III. That all gift enterprises, itineran
lightning rodl dealers, itinerant physicians
surgeons, chiropodists, or any so-callot
professor of the medical or surgical art
who shall carry on their business withiz
the corporate limits of the Town o
WVinnsboro, shalh pay an annual tax o
two hund'red dollars.
IV. Trhat any person engaged in an'
busine.4s above enumerated, who shial
desire to carry on the same within thi
corporate limits of the Town of Winns
bore, for a period loss than a year, shal
pay such less sum than the annual ta:
above imposed on any such business si
desaired to be carried on, as may b
agreed upon between such person ano
the Intendant of said Town.
Done in Council, this the 30th day o
April, eighteen hundred and eighty, an(
with the corporate seal of said TIown af
fixed. JAii. A. BRICE1G,
Attest: E. S. CIIANDLER,
-may 4 Clerk.
To Prevent the Sale of Liquors e1
BR IT NACTED) and ordained by th
Intendant and Wardens of the Towi
of Winnsboro, in Concil met:
That if after the passage of this Ordi
nance any person shall deliver to any oth
or person anly sp)irituous1 or malt liquons
for any past, present or future considers
tion betw.een the hours of twelve o'cloel
on Saturday night and twelve o'clock or
Sunday night, at any place within th
corporate limits of the said Town o
Winnsboro, the person so offending shal
'be liable'to a fine of fifty dollars; or t
ten dlays' imprisonment in the county jai
if- Fairfteld County,
Done in Concil, this the 30th day o
April, eighteen hundred and eighty, anc
with 'the corporate seal of said Town ai
fixed. JAB. A. BRICE,
Seal. E. 8. CHIANDLER.
may 4 ~Clerk..
T~WO car loads line White Corn
Itwo car loads Fodder, Hay ant
Will find It to their interest to cal
en me before they make their puirchas
es. JNO. D. McCA RLEY,
g In the store south of Sugenheoim
er &, Groeschph' Clothing Store.
BUY THE BEST !
LADIES,'Misses' and Infants' fin
Philadelphia. Celebr'ated "Standert
S'oeed" Shood, made by . tie Dt
State Shoe #wd inthey 06., BXpe
oiatie aAe tr.
NOTIO1 TO TAXPAYIRS,
-Avti ist 's OyneCs,. I
WINxsnonO, S. C., MSly 13, 1660. f
THIS olleo will be opein from the firs!!
of Junio to the 20th of July. 160, to r.
ceivo tx returns of personal property for
the fiscul year 1880. All male persons;
between the ages of twenty-one and sixty
yeairs, (except thoso exem)pt by law) aro
liable to polt t'tx, and will report accord
ingly. I will be attend either in per on
or by d'puty itt tho following place.s on
the days specified, for the purpose of ro
cCiving ritirns. viz:
Caldwoll's Store, Juno 14.
Gladdon's Grovo, June 1.
Durhat's, June 16.
Bear Croek, June IP.
Woodward's, Juno 21 and 22.
li'dgeway, June 23 and 24.
Blyt bewood, June 25.
Jeanings' Store. June 28.
Jtnlcisville, June 29.
Mionticello, June 30and July 1.
Feastervillo, July 2 and 3.
Buokhead, July 5.
Balanue of the time at Winnsboro.
I. N. WITiIElS
may 15-1mi Auditor F. C.
F1.N E L IQU R S,
NTATHANS 11108.' Old Cabinet Ive,
N8)., Cid Roanoko Whisiy. 18io*
Also, ljotterdain Brandy. Cold Ilani for
lunoh from II to 1 o'clock every day.
I IIAYE recently mado oxtentive auddi
-tions to my stock of Winos nad
liquors. which consi.;tst of a full asnuri
ment of Ryo Whiskoy, 'orn Whiskey.,
French Brandy, Apple Brandy, Peaoh
Brandy, Sherry Wine, Sonp'pernong Wine,
Chamexpagne, etc., etc.
.p' I claim to sBll the- FINEST AND
PUREST IRYE WHISKEY to be had in
WinnsbAro. Give it a trial.
I also also k op on hand a fuil supply of
SEGARS AND TOBACCO,
in great variety, and adapte d to the tastes
i of everybody.
Call ti the PAL"ETTO HOUSE, in the
Winnsboro Hotel building.
NEW supply of Family and Planta.
15 bbis4. Choice Now Orlean Mkolasses,
)0 bhist. Choice Cubat Syrup, besides other
Jackson' best grades Family Flour.
A lot of Patent Family Flour-the bes'
in the Boro.
I All grades, from the ighest to. the
Poaberr'y (something ndw), Rio and
Java. Also Parched Rio and Java.
-1Lought before the advanee, and other
articles - too numerous'te mention, All
sold et the lowest p)ossIble prices.
Di. 11. LENNIKiEN.
Toi~son8 Accustomed to~ SendUig
Money by Registered Letter'.
TRE'8 NO SECURITY IN TH ES.
If your money is lost or stolen, you may
catch the thief, but not the. money--pna
Ithe money is what you want. 'The *Gov
ernment don't repay such losses.
From the WINNSBORO NATIONAL
BANK, wvhich we will soll you at ten
cents for amounts not exceeding fifteen
dollars, fifteen cents for amounts not ex
ceeding twenty-five dollars, twenty-five
cents for amounts net exceeding sev enty
five dollars, and at not above, three
-, ighths per cent, for any amount above
that, You are thus made
ABSOLUTELY SECURE AOAINST LOSS,
We guarantee that. If your original
cheek is lost or stolen, we givc you a du
COME AND DEPOSIT WITU US,
We have just purchased a new time
lock, eosting $350, and the President him
self can't open the safe when the look is
running. T. K ELLIOTT.
Cashier Whbo. Nat. Bank,
HOW WATCH ES A RE MADE.
it will bo apparent to any one, who will ox
amine a SOLID GOLD WATOJI. tha't aside from
the necessary thickness for engraving and
Polishing, a large proportion of the precous
metal used, is needed Only to stiffen and held
the engraved portions in place, and supply the
n cessary solidity and strength. The surplus
Igold is actual;y needless so far as UTILITY and
beauty are concerned, In JAMES DOSS' PAT
ENT (GOLD WATCH CASES, this WASTE Of pre
cious metal is overcome, and the SAME SOLIDITV
AND STRENOTH produced at from One-third to
one-half of the usual cost of solid oases. This
process is of the most simlo nature, as fol
lows: a plate of nickel composition metal,
-Specially adapted to the purpose, bas two plates
of SOLID GOLD soldered one en each side, The
three are then pas'sed between polished Steol
rollers, and the result is a strip of heavy plated
composition, from which the eases, backs, cen
tres, bozzbs, ac,. are out and shaped by suita
ble dies aud formers. The geld in these eases
is sufliciently thick to admit of all kinds of
chasing, engraving and enameling; the en
graved eases have been carried uAntil worn per
feotly Smooth by time and use without roev
. ing the gold.,
TIS IS TIlE ONLY CASE MfADE WiTHITrWO
'PLATER OF SOLID GO.LD, AND WARRANTED
. BY SPECIA L CERTIFICATE,
F~or' sale by Conner & Chandler and C. Stutier.
Ask for llustrated Catalogue and to see war
rant. mich 11-tily
S3A -F O OlLinseed Oil,
Olv Castor O (cold-(cc
Liver 'fl-D-ure, Scott's Etnulsion,
CatrOil, mnuldou, ready or'eiso.in
FOR COINTY COMMlSSIO-NEJI.
The friendg cf Mr. JAMES W. COiLl,
AN respectffully nominato him fur the
>llco t f County Commissioner of Fair
[leld--isubjeot to the action of the Demo -
.Mressrlq. IdAiIor: Pleoso antinee Mr.
It. E,. EL LISON, M.. lis at canifidatte fhr
1licriff of Fairtield Coun'v. at the euai
uig election -f bjoect to the action of the
Demnralic primary. MANY Fc:eyxps.
The many friends of Mr. JNO. D. Mc
lARLEY, recognizing his peouliar fitnots
ror the ofilee, respectfilly nominate him
*or Sheriff of Fairlield County--ssubject to
ho action of the Democratio primary.
FOR COUNTY COMM ISSIONElt.
1esrs. litors: Please announoe MR
LIOIIEltT 1). BOLICK as a onndidate tor
ounty Commaaissio~ner of Fairfiold ait the
nauing election -subject to the action of
ho Democratic p i nary.
FOR1 SCIOOL1 COMMISSIONER .
The friends of DR1. JOHN BOYD, ap
reciating the skill, zeal and fldolity
rith which ho has discharged ho duties
if School Cnmmissionrtr, respecttully
iominato him for re-olcction--suibject, to
ho action of the )emocratic primnaries.
Messrs. .liitors: As nominations are in
>rder, permit us to present the name of
.0L. JNO. B. DAVIS is a candidate for
heriff at the ensuing elootion, subjeot.
>f course, to the action of the Democratic
rinaries. MANY FRIENDS.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Messrs. Filors . Please arLounco the
presot incumbent, J. B. Boyles, Judgo
if Probate, as a candidate for re-election
t the ensuing election, subljoct to the -
tion of the Democratic party at tho pri.
naries. By so doing you will obligo his
14 MANY FamIuNs.
Messrs. EMitors: Pleaso announce Mr.
F. Preston Cooper nsa candidato for the
Democratic nomination for sheriff at. the
loming election (subjeot to the decision
>f the primary election) and obligo many
Friends in the
SOUTHwEsTrN PORTION OF TH3 COUNTY.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
The friinu i of Mr. James G 'Heron, of
3alem, respectfully nominato him for tho
)floo of County Commissioner at the en
ming election- -subject to tho action of
;ie Democratic primary.
LOR SCHOOL COMNISSIONER.
The frienfl of the REV. JAMES DOUG
[JASS respoetfully nominate him for the
position of School Commissioner of Fair
field County at the ensuing' cletioa
mubject to the action of the Democratic
par-ty at the primaries.
3Messrs. Editors: Please ainnounee Mr.
JAS. L. RLICHIMOND as a candidate for
Rhorsff at the ensuing election, subject to
the action of the Democratic Clubs at the
primaries, and oblige MANY Fnmxn~s. ]
Just received and to arrive in a few
Malny new goods bought before the re
gont heavy advance, which will
Bo sold at the very lowest cash prices to
our friiends and customers.
Elegant Cashmeros, Hernani Dress
Goods, Miomie cloths, Bunting, &o.
A nice asisortment of Calicoes, M uslins,
Lawns, Dress Linens, White Goods.
Torohon Laces, Edgings, Hosiery, Hand
kerchiefs, Neekwear, Gloves, &e,
You can find, in fact, Dry Goods of all
kinds at the CORNER STORE,
A at prices which we guarantee.
please or we do not askc a sale.
Call early and give our stock a thorough
inspection, it is 4
Our dcl ight to show our goods.
Our .stoek of Zeigler Brothers' Aine Shoes
and Bay State 8orewid was -
Yever better, and of these kind we make
- a spoeialty and warrant.
Tie shoes in high~ and low outs, and but
ton shoes in hig~h and low oute.
HIgh out men's gaiters, low cut shoes
hand and maohino sowed, screwed.
Even the children and babies were re
membered and a loe selection bought
Call at one and make a selection of a
. Cassinlere or Blue Flannel;
Or leave your measure for a suit selected
Rare, bargains In soft Felt Hate, Stiff
flat.s and Straw Hate.
Yew goods In Crockery, Glassware, Gro
ceries, Hoen, Plows, &o
Each department Is ready for a look. Call
and buy and be pleaed.
Remembe? our motto is QUICK SA LE8,
T HE undersigned begs leave to' inform
his customers an4 the public gener
ally that ho Is prepared to give satisfac
lion to all who may fsvor him with their I
H, 0. UWTCHESON'
will shave you with facilt-outting
lyeing apd 4rssI g In the latest andi
miost approved sty' e, with
At the Obadjionflsbet 50o sad Sha
poqjng fbPe1q innsbord, S. 0.
1AVE ENLARGED THEIR STOCE
Making It t Ifor
hePIr custm er1 wo fro outside of* Winns1
yoro For any arti-cle inl their linlo. Th'lev
>ledge themselves to give advanltagre
nl I-egard to.
nr Extfral f1ne art-icles whlich (lhe
nar11ket. wvill not justil'y ill stock, will
pr-ocurved onl short, no1tice,
WE BEG LEAVE to inform our
mistomers and the public generally.
Hl LAe DWARE,
lan a ULL ANCY GELCTD
IK. Allg we askt is rial, nd fo
rou ill f~ind-ou stoc andIpico t oli ii~ I
hrFRE INURANCEY AN C
O o tted .Pubslicl.ioic
Wal Eos ofG LEAVsurinf,00rm our
entnper anu the pblic ene y
hAt we hae r crn annm ss 4c.
~JAST1 e cent.r anu iOs heir
A6er stckntpranmsoly .
Anthar et, for wil years keepn o.n
Dwlling An twe aor isountri, detch
Frone ill fin peor stckndt. cs o(
Frilv ers'.pe et
. eree n the ve belicom:
hoies of a opr dnea eles lh
Dal charatr.nurn 1,0 t e
At2pe MES-W. LAWm isoly7
At pr en. er nnm s nlAen.
not 22--cn.6m anm sony21
Ai.Ar n.Tfs ars ]sColE08S,
dR0E, &nur O.,t h &olo.,n rate, viz.
uarsboai and cotn.i ouss baled
Loton stor hose, nrcanlemil
SS 30 UNION SQUARE
1AS. NEW-YORK CIT Y.
large lot of choice Cologne, Ex-.
,tracts. Soap.Toilet Waters.
'oilot Powder, &c., &c,, CHEAP.
JUwr RLOEED BY
McMASTER, BRICEi & Co.
lien's Lung Balsam, Tutt's Expeo.
torait, Ayer's Pectoral, -Bo..
chee's German byrup, Dr.
Bu1l' Cough Syrup,
of Tar and Wild
Balsam for the Lungs,
Hegeman's Tolu and Liver,
wort Expectorant, Wild Cherry
'octorid Wine, Brown's Mixture,
I artor's Lung Balsam, MicLane's
Catarrh Snull', McMaster &
Brico's Catarrh Snuff,
Chlorate of Potash Lozenges,
Brown's Bronchial Trooheos,
Eley's Carbolic Trocheos,
TvLane's Lung Healing Globules.
Fon SALE DY
Mc'MASTER, BRICE & CO.
'O TIE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
~ IAVE estb~lihd a Sale Stable at.
Winnisboro, and( am1 prepCared to
311 stock stock on very accommiiodat..
ig terms, either for cash or on time
nil nex t ,fall for negotiable paper.
'ersons wvishinmg to buy or swvap wvill
o well to call on~ me bcfore purchas
I will also pay the highest cash prico
OORN AND FODDER
Delivered af, my Stable on Congress
treL,, located one door south of the
A LARGE lot of Wheat Bran at
FINEST Tobacco and Cigars at
THIRTY-FIVE Barrels all grades
Vines and Liquors at Donly's,
FRESH Augusta Flour, Bolted
[eal and Pearl Grits, at Donly's.
A LARGE lot of fresh Canned
kods and Fancy Groceries ab
ALL RINDS of Garden and
'lower Seeds, Clover and Gras.
eods at Donly's.
BOOTS, Shoes, ,Iats, Hardware,
rookery and Glassware, Wooden
'are and Willowware at Donly's.
GIVE mie a call and get a bargain.
apI 10 OnW the DOner.