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^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
W3SX?1SDAT. July 0. : : : : 1S84.
^ Xjw Advertisement*.
Nomination for Coroner.
Sealed Proposals?J. B. Harvey,
Committee Meeting?T. TV. Woodward,
Lost?Jno. S. Reynolds.
. Nomination for Representative.
School Meeting?J. C. Caidwell,
* ^ Chairman Board Trustees.
* ?The Sheriff says that he moves
^ that the "nominations do now close."
?The Skating Rink is quite a popular
place of resort nowadays.
?Mrs. John D. McCarley has arriv^
ed in New York on her way home
Y from Ireland. She expects to De m
^ "Winnsboro in the course of a week.
?The United States Senate has confirmed
the appointment of onr young
friend, Mr. D. D. Gaillara. as second
lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers.
?We have two Osborn Reapers on
% hand, which we will sell cheaper than
any other reaper in the market..
OJ* "P T Hfrip AiDT rv Xr. C*.c\
JUi*y i-"X V vv WW.
?Mr. J. JR. Boyles leaves for "Walhalla
to-day to make arrangements for
the meeting of the survivors of the (
L Twelfth Regiment in that place in
?The young ladies and gentlemen
who nave the play in charge propose
beginning rehearsals in "Virginius"
nest week. It will donbMess be in
k the neighborhood of two months beF
fore it will be sriven to the public.
?Is the reading-room dead? Some
time since a notice was given through
these columns of a proposed meeting
l . of its members, bat'we have heard
i nothing from it. The subscription to
the magazines and the periodicals are
?The called meeting of the County
Executive Committee for next SatnrL
urday, the 12th inst., is most urgent,
and it is earnestly hoped that there"
t will be, a fall attendance of the merar
A ' ?It was erroneously announced in
the last issue of the weekly News and
Herald that there would be a picnic
^ at. "Wallaceville, in this county, on
Saturday, the 5th inst. "We should
j have said on Saturday, the 26th inst.
Candidates are cordially invited to be
present. Dinner will be furnished at
?foil of fhA r>f T?._ ,T. McCar
ley & Co. and leave your wder for the
V, "Waynesboro "Eclipse" Grain Separatort
the best grain saver in the market.
?The County Board of Equalization
was in session during Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week. There was
bit a fhll representation of the various
township, boards, and the work was
dispatched both with care and rapidity.
Representative men from the
various sections of the county consti- ,
k 4-1\a UaoHVinol?7Qf?AT>
^ VUM/ uiw xn/oiu va Ai\^u>iu?H?uv"t
Personal?Mr. J. F. Brown, formerly
of "Winnsboro, is now on a visit
? to Ms relatives in town.
JMcssrs.M. "W. J)oty and Holbrook
Rion are both home from school for
* Mr. P. J: Rucker, of Columbia,
b spent a few days in "Winnsboro, visitW
Mrs. J. H. Peoples and two daughters,
of Columbia, Tenn., are visiting
friends and relatives in Winnsboro.
fete* Personal.?W. B. McCaw, Esq., of
the Yorkville bar, J. M. McMaster,
Esq., of the Colombia bar, and F. P.
McGowan, Esq., of the Laurens bar,
were in town on "Wednesday, on professional
Mrs- T. H. Ketchin and Mrs. Sami.
Cathcart left Winnsboro on the northy
bound train for New York city, to see
' Mrs. Shaw, of this place, who is now
very sick in that city. Mrs. Shave has .
^ been very unwell since her departure
from here some weeks ago. "We hope
X. to hear of her entire recovery at an
?-r early day.
I'S The Bains and the Crops.?Now
that the rain fall for a "little season" is
apparently over/ it becomes interest
ing to inquire what damage has ret
salted to the farming interests of the
^ county, and what are the present condition
of the crops in consequence,
f Eeports come from almost every secf
tion of the county that grain in the
fields is very badly injured, and that
I the young corn on ibe lowlands has
* been, by the freshets, in places literally
ruined, and all of it very seriously
damaged by the overflow. Another
p result of the three weeks of rain is
that the cotton is all weed, and as yet
yery poorly fruited, and the farmers
* everywhere are fearfully behind with
crops, and grass, rank and tall,
seems to have taken the country. If
the good weather continues, however,
much progress in crop working will
be made during the present week, and
^ good crops may yet be made in this
portion of the State.
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The Pluhe Dkhx axd Ball.?On
last Thursday evening almost every
man, woman and child in Winnsboro
f gathered in the Thespian Hall to witness
the drill of the members of the
* Gordon Light Infantry for the plume,
and a very large proportion of the
^ assemblage was there an tact for the
ball also.- Before nine o'clock,:and
Br this is early in the summer season,
every seat in the hall was occupied,
and after just a little J^^ing and less
grumbling the prize drill began, and
squr.' Xo. 1 and then No. 2 were pat
through the manual of arms. It was
not long before the squads were thinned ,
out, and after awhile they were thrown
together and the contest, as the numbers
decreased, grew more exciting.
Before the hour appointed for the ball
the contest was over and the judges
bad awarded the^plume to SerI*
geant J. H. Harden. The much coy
eted prize was presented by J. M. McMaater,
Esq., a promising young member
of the Columbia bar. Mr. MjMftatftr'fl
?r? +Vio nwcontotiftn r\f
^ the plume -was appropriateand to the
point. He congratulated the Company
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rcnnn ifc noct otivIqV.Ip JlTlfl OlG !
excellent drilling of the evening, i
Shortly before eleven o'clOck the hall j
floor was emptied of its seats and1 the !
ball was commenced with the usual
ceremonies. The ladies were all beautifally
and tastefully attired, but
minute description on this occasion is
JLii^ ii.cuiVsi.iJg wnixuu^u
until late in the morning. The music
was not at all good, but every one
seemed happy enough to excuse this
only bad feature of the evening's
entertainment. The admission fee
was twenty-five cent?, and from the
door receipts fifty dollars were realized,
and a considerable amount from
ice .cream and other refreshments sold
bv the ladies. The inonev from both
of these sources will be given to the
The Closinc Exercises of a Very Flourishing
School?Picnic Attractions?A Hospitable
We were glad to he able to attend
the closing exercises of the Mossy
Dale Academy in the southern portion
of the county, and to meet and talk
with the kind people of that community.
Friday, the 4th of July, was
the day appointed for these interesting
exercises, and, all the elements seemed
to smile approvingly upon the gathered
crowd of teacher and pupils and
fathers and mothers.
By eleven o'clock, in company with
the school commissioner, we arrived
npon the grounds and found the examination
in progress. "We listened
with much interest and with some de
gree of wonder at the great proficiency
of the different classes in the various
branches. The examinations were
continued for several hours and the
interest of the audience never flagged
throughout the ordeal.
Mr. Thos. E. Bell now has charge
of this very flourishing school, and the
examinations on the 4th proved Mr.
Bell to be a thorough, active and highly
competent instructor. To test the
progress of the older pupils in essaywriting
a number of excellent compositions
were read by young ladies and
ivanflomon nnftn iho r>finMne!nri fif
The following is the programme:
_ "Incentives to Culture"?Mr. A. A.
"True Piety and Modesty"?Miss
"Kindness"?Miss Phenie Perry.
"A Good Cause^iti&es* a Stout
"Friendship"?Miss Haiti? Leituer.
"Saturday Night"?Miss Clara Chap
"Does it Matter who Educates a
Child?"?Miss Edna Ligon.
All of the essays were excellent?
thought good and language chaste.
This part of the programme over,
addresses were made by Dr. John
Boyd and C. A. Douglass, Esq. About
two o'clock a splendid and very tempting
dinner was spread in the grove
near the spring, which is convenient
to the Academy building. "We enjoyed
the repast as did every one. The
people of the Mossy Dale community
are kind and hospitable indeed, and
no one can go in that section of' the
county- without seeing and appreciating
COSUTEXCEMEXT AT EBSKISJE.
The Celebration of the literary Societies?
The Contests in Essay-Writing and Oratory?The
Anniversary and Alumni Addresses.
Messrs. Editors: It was the writers
pleasant privilege to be present at the
opening exercises'of commencement in
this well known institution. It was a
wise selection when, the graduating
classes elected the Rev. J. T. Chalmers
to deliver the Baccalaureate sermon.
Long before the appointed hour a large
and expectant crowd had assembled in
Lindsay Hall to gather instructions from
the chosen words of this eminent
divine. It was well, for part of tlie
crowd at least, that the exercises were
held in Lindsay Hail, as tnc cnnrcn
could not have seated the audience.
After the rendition of a beautiful anthem
by the choir, Mr. Chalmers read
the 15th chapter of Luke, and invited
the attention of his audience to some
well prepared thoughts, founded on
Col.ii. 10: "And ye are complete in
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.mm, wdicu is uie ueuu ui mi principality
and power." Man, fresh from
his Creator, was complete, but he had
fallen?sin had touched the instrument;
only discords are heard. There
is something in mau of which the
counterpart is in hearven. For one
hour he held the undivided attention
of his audience, and revealed,to them
the glorious plan of salvation. With
a tongue almost inspired he spoke of a
complete Christ and our completion in
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, r EUPHEMUlN". CELEBRATION. _ . ^
One of the most entertaining exercises
of commencement was the annual
oolAhratinn nf t.hft two liferarv snrifi
ties, which took place on Monday
night. In the Euphemian Hall a large
and appreciative audience had. assembled
to witness the presentation of
diplomas to the graduates. After a
few words of welcome from the president,
Mr. M. B. Grier, the programme
was taken up and carried out in full.
The query, "Should South Carolina
have a Divorce Law ?" was ably contested
by two members of the senior
class. Mr. J. F. Pharr, of Atlanta,
Ga., represented, the amrmative, and
Mr. T. B. Stuart, of Anderson, S. C.,
the negative. After consultation, the
committee decided in favor of the negative.
The presentation of diplomas to the
graduates then followed. Mr. S. P?
McElroy of the junior class performed
this duty with grace and dignity, and
was replied to in behalf of the senior
class by Mr. T. H. "White, who spoke
of the benefits of a literary society to
young men entering upon life.
xne most important part 01 tiie entertainment
to the members of the
Society was reserved for the last?the
presentation of medals to the successful
competitors in the different classes.
After a well prepared address, Mr.
C. P. Presslv, of the Augusta bar,
proceeded to "deliver the medals. The
following persons were awarded
medals for excellence in the diflerent
departments: M. B. Grier, best essay
ist in Uie jumor class; nonoraoie mention,
S. P. McElroy. ' H. T. Morrison,
; best debater in sophomore class; honorable
mention, R. G. Peoples and
T tit m cm t r* n j j- t
o. tv. x. oioau. o . k. JMiwarus, uebt
declaimer in the freshman class; honorable
mention,, J. R. Mills and "W. C.
McGee. C. A. Gleghora, general excellence
in the preparatory department.
"With this programme closed one
of the most enjoyable exercises ever
given by the Euphemian Society.
"While the above exercises were in
progress in .the Euphemian Hall a no
less~appreciative audience had assembled
in the spacious hall of the Philomathean
Society to witness a similar
The Philomatheans had chosen as
their presiding officer F. I. Osborne,
Esq., of the Charlotte bar, a young
man of prominence, who presided
with ease and dignity. He opened the
exercises by some appropriate remarks
on eloquence, showing by examples
from the pages of histow that it was
by continued persevernn ^ thai?
mo5t men rose to eminence r. tnat
greatart. The query, "Resoivc J, that
the prize system in schools and colleges
is, in its general results, an evil," Wis
r.bly discussed by two members of the
junior class. Mr. T. G. Boyce, of
North Carolina, represented the affirmative,
and Mr. E. H. Brice the negative.
Theptesident gave his decision
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Mr. W. S. Castles of the junior
class had been chosen by the Society
to present the diplomas to the graduates.
After having spoken of good
nature as an element of success in life
the speaker presented the graduates
.with their diplomas, telling them that
the Society would watch their future
career, andthatin honoring themselves
they would, honor her. Mr. P. L.
Grier replied in a well written address,
expressing the thanks of Ms class for
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liu; liigIIOSl iiuuui nui^u mo uvvi^it io
capable of conferring upon her members.
The Society had choscn as her medal
orator Mr. C. A. Douglass, of Winnsboro,
and alumnus of the Society.
Mr. Douglass took as his subject,
"Young men?their responsibilities;"
He was happy in his selection, for fewyoung
men "could have presented to
the Society in a better way the responsponsibilities
of the rising generation.
It was 'the unanimous opinion of the
audience that the Society had sho^vn
wisdom in her choice of a medal orator.
"We congratulate the members
on their selection. May she have many
other sons with as bright prospects in
life as her medal orator of 1884. The
awarus were given jm> whv??. hcparatory
gold medal, W. A. Calyert.
Freshmen Class?best declaimer, J. B.
Cochrane. Sophomore Class ? gold
scroll, C. A. Teagae. Junior Class?
gold shield, T. G. Bovce. With this
exercise closed another celebration of
the Philomathean Literary Society.
Tuesday evening was set apart for
the contests in oratory and essay reading
between the two societies, but
owing to the inclemency of the weath
er tbey uad to oe postponed.
-^Notwithstanding the inclemency of
the weather on the previous evening
Wednesday was bright and clear, and
and long before the hour for exercises
the hall was filled to overflowing- by
one of the most intelligent and brilliant
audiences we have ever seen
assembled ' on Commencement Day.
The exercises were opened with prayer
by the Rev. "W. T. Mathews, after
which Dr. Grier stated that the sophomore
orations which were to have
nff thp- eveninor before would be
omitted, bat that the essays of the
juniors would be readin the afternoon.
The exercises were then continned(
according to the programme:
The Code of Honor?P. L. Grier,
Due "West, S. C.
Supremacy of the Moral Force?
J. T. Henry, Chester, S. C.
Gladstone?B. M. Miller, Camden,
The Modem "World to Francis Bacon,
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JL>eDto?T. a. otuarc, imuersou, o. v.
Truth Crushed to the Earth will
Rise Again?J. F. Pharr, Atlanta, Ga.
True Manhood?E. B. Stribling,
Westminster, S. C.
Unheralded Greatness?T. E. White,
Chester, S. C.
The first five were- contestants for
"the med^l in oratory, given by a friend
of the institution.
The president then proceeded to deliver
his Baccalaureate. The reputa fi/vi*
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for me to add anything to his praise.
He spoke of the ministry of Christian
scholarship. First, it'was conservative
; it finds in history many lessons,
and it has preserved all that is important
in* the records of the past. There
are principles of truth to be preserved
and supported, and as we hand to you
the inheritance of our losses, consecrated
with tears and blood, we imflore
you to hold fast to them. Next,
e spoke of it as progressive, battling
against difficulties, its direction is on
ward. Lastly, It was philanthropic.
It protects the weak, and its characteristic
is love. Let it stimulate you to
deeds of love, honor and good report.
' The contest between two members
of the junior class, one from each
society,"was the first thing on the]programme
in the afternoon. After a
choice piece of music from the Cornet
Band the contestants presented themselves.
' . The Yoice from the Nineteenth Century?T.
G. Boyce, Charlotte, N. C.
The Literary Brilliancy of the Elizabethean
Perio'd?M. B. Grier, Doe
"West, S. C.
; These essays were well written and
did credit to the societies which had
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The crowning event of the occasion
was, yet to come?the anniversary oration
by the Rev. A. Ceke Smith, of
Columbia, S.. C. Mr. South is too
well known in this place for me to give
even a brief summary of his address
iind do him justice. With a power of
oratory possessed by few men, and a
gift of the pen unequaied by any man
in the Slate, he held the undivided
attention of his audience during the
whole exercise. Few men have ever
filled the position so ably. All true
success, said the speaker, has been
achieved, ana is not dispensed by
chance. He deserves to be successful
who has a mission. No matter what
that mission be, if he pursues it faithfully
he cannot and will not fail.
Failure is a crime, success a virtue.
The power to work is the greatest
; success; success represents toil and
perseverance. Labor is the best of all
endowments, and upon it depends all
success. With faith in our destiny, in
our mission and in God, with true
effort held up by this faith we may yet
reach that high destiny to which as
individuals and nations we are called.
SrncA Pnvhifls ns onrin<r more than
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the briefest summary of this excellent
address. The commencement exercises
of Erskine College closed with
a most excellent address before the
Alumni Association by the Rev. D. G-.
Caidwell, of North Carolina. m.
in HT?rir?c'h/Yr/"i SnnrJatT TYlrtminfr
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July 6,1884, SUSAN" ELIZA, daughter of
Jno. S. and Sue E. Reynolds, aged ten
- HAMS, Breakfast Bacon, New
Orleans Molasses, Canned Meats, Vegetables
and Eruits, Preserves, PiGkles, Raisins,
Currants, Prunes, Citron. Obelisk Pickles,
Pints, Plain, Chow and Mixed. Ten cents
bottle. * Equal to any pickle made,
i. H. CU^ntfTXGS.
His Slippery 11 ass Bye.
! "The Squire," says the author of "The
; Hoosier Schoolmaster," "wore one glass
! eye and a wig. The glass eye was conj
stantly slipping out of focus, and the wig
turning around sidewise on his head whenever
he addressed the people of the Flat
Creek District." Sad spectacle. Parker's
Hair Balsam preserves and promotes the
growth of the natural hair. It also restores
the natural color to hair which has faded
or become gray. Clean, elegant, beneficial,
FOR CORONER. 7"
Messrs. Editors: Please announce Hr.
G. S. HINXANT as a candidate for reelection
for the office of Coroner for this
Count}-, subject to the action offthe Democratic
party at the primaries; and oblige
Messrs. Editors: Appreciating the char
acter and qualifications of THOMAS S.
"RT7TPT? "Fen oc wnll <>c Tiic vnlnnhlp Qf>r
vices in the past, we respectfully nominate
him for a seat in the House of Representatives
from Fairfield County?subject to the
action of the Democratic party in the primary
TlIE members of the County Executive
Committee are hereby directed to meet at
Winnsboro, in the Town Hall on next
Saturday, the 12th inst, at eleven o'clock
sharp. Important matters relative to the
county canvass and the primary election
will come before the Committee, as well as
other business of some consequence. A
full meeting is earnestly desired.
T. W. WOODWARD,
Jno. Reynolds, Secretary.
July 8-f 3x1
Office County ComnssioNEits,
Winnsboro, S. C., July 3,1884.
SEALED bids for building a 'bridge' oyer
McLTJRE CREEK, on the road leading
from Feasterville to Shelton's Ferry, will
be received at this office up to and including
Friday, to 11 o'clock, a. m., August
first, proximo. Contractors will "be Tequired
to give bond and security, and the
names of his sureties to accompany the
bids. Plan and specifications can be
found at the Office of the Judge of Probate.
The County Commissioners reserve
the right to reject any and all bids.
J. R. HARVEY,
Ch. Bd. C. C., F. a
July 8-flxtd . '
A MEETING of the taxpayers in School
District No. 14 will be held in the
Town Hall on Thursday, the 10th inst, at
10 a. m. to assess tax for the ensuing
school year. J. C. CALDWELL-,
Ch. Bd. Trustees, No. 14.
LOST, ' yCfON
the 28th ult, in or Hear Winnsboro,
on the line of the Charlotte, Columbia
& Augusta Railroad, by a lady traveling
on the cars, a GOLD BROACH, in the
shape of a fish, and enclosed in a small
pasteboard box, marked "James Allan,
Charleston, S. C." The .finder will be
suitably rewarded on leaving me same
with the undersigned.
- JNO. S. REYNOLDS.
THE undersigned now has charge of
T. P. Mitcnell's New Corn and Flour
Hills, and is prepared to make as good
Flour and Meal as any Mill in the county.
Mills are located two miles above New
Hope Church, on the Bell's Mill Road.
Give me a trial, and I will guarantee satisfaction.
JOHN C. HUEY.
COEN AND FLOUR MILLS
THE undersigned now has charge of the
"OLD McALILLr MILLS" which
have been lately repaired and are now in
the very best condition. I am now prepared
to make as GOOD FLOUR and
MEAL as can be furnished from any mill
in Chester or Fairfield. I guarantee also
the very BEST TURNOUT. My mill is
located at ROCKY MOUNT, near Catawba
Falls. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me
a trial. ' J. A GLADDEN.
NOTICE TO CREDITajRS
GtJOSE5ITF.iMER & ADELSDORF tS. JOSEPH
GROESCHEL A2iD OTHERS.
All the creditors of the above-named
Joseph Groeschel, claiming an interest in,
or right to share in, the distribution of the
fund or assets in the hands of l Withers
as Assignee of the said Joseph Groeschel,
are hereby notified that they are required
by order of Court in the above entitled
cause, to present and establish their claims
before me at my office in Winnsboro, S. C.,
on or before the 1st day of September, 1884,
HENRY N. OBEAR,
Winnsboro, S. C., 25th June, 1884.
June 25-flawlOt . I
JFOTICE TO CBEBITOBS
ALL persons having claim's against the
Estate of WM. M. TONGUE, deceased,
are hereby notified to present their
claims, duly attested, and all persons indebted
will make payment, to the undersigned.
THOS. D. OWINGS,
June 24-f 1x3* . Adminislrator.
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Appetite, Bowel* costive, Sick H?adactte,
ZUllness alter eatlne, aversion, to
exertion or body or mind, Eructation
of foody Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, a. feeling of baring neglected
some duty, Dizziness, Fluttering at tho
Heart, Dots before the eyes, bigbly colored
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EE FEELS USE A SEW MAS.
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that have done xne any good. They hare
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HUELEY BLOCK, 109 MEETING ST.,
Charleston, S. C. ;
Dealer in Paints, Oils, Brashes, Yarnish
Glass, Putty, Colors, Glue, &c.
ALYDs R. THOMLINSON, ]
(Factory in Charleston.) ]
manufactttree of saddles, beidles j
Dealer in Saddlery, Hardware,
Leather, &c., &c.
Importer of English Bits, Stirrups, &c.
137 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Importer Ed Wholesale Dealer in
FOREIGN AND, DOMESTIC FRUIT, j
Apples, OraDges, Bananas, Cocoanuts, ,
Lemons, Pineapples, Potatoes, Onions, ,
Peanuts, Cabbages, &c.
S. E Cob. Meeting & Mabket Stbeets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
QHARLES C. LESLIE, ]
Wholesale and Retail Commission Dealer
FISH, OYSTERS, GAME and POULTRY
Stalls Nos. 1 and 2 Fisb Market
umce iNo. 7 Jiarce; at., isast or. .East jaay
Consignments of Country Produce ara J
respectfully solicited. Poultry, Eggs, &c.
Perishable Goods at owners risk after
delivery to Southern Express Co.
Jjl BROTHERHOOD & CO.,
Dealers in Machinery and Supplies
- * agents for
'MAID OF THE SOUTH CORN MILL."
No. 165 Meeting St., Charleston, S. C.
Try our 50 cents Machine Oil?the best
in the market'' '
J^AGER BEER l
FROM THE CLAUSSEN ERECTING CO., a
CHARLESTON, S. C.:
Have now a Standard Beer superior to oth- J
ers, put up in kegs, patent stopper bottles, 1
and bottles in barrels for export, to keep a ]
longtime. Empty beer bottles bougnt i
Agent in Columbia, Mr. Julius Kventleis;
?IMPORTER AJSCD DEALER 125"?
WDTES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOCACCO,
' GROCERIES AXD PR0VI8I02SS, ,
TsTn 17KT?AST-RAV PTT ATU/PSTOV R f! (
QTTO TIEDEMAN & SONS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, }
102 AND 104 EAST BAT STREET,.
CHARESTON. S. C.
Wholesble Grocers, Liquor Dealers
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 1
197 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Q. W. AIMAR & CO , (
wholesale and retail dealers in t
choice drugs, medicines, chemicals,
surgical instruments, 1
Perfumeries and Toilet Articles,
Cor. King and Yanderhorst Streets.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
g. B. THOMAS, AGENT, g
No. 320 King St., Opposite Liberty, 3
WINDOW SHADES, PAPER HANG- ?
INGS, LACE CURTAINS, ]
cornaces and upholstery goods, j.
. CHARLESTON, S. C.
Window Awnings Mjude to Oedeb
AG. CUDWORTH & CO.,
?who ije sale?
155 Meeting Street,
Opposite Charleston pox l 1
CHARLESTON, S. C.
a t tt a n a nw c_ nn
U V J3. \XO.VX.? ? w->
CHARLESTON ICE HOUSE,
Market, Corneb Chubch Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
S5"Ice packed for the country a specialty.
J^UCAS & RICHARDSON, ' ' 7
STATIONERS, PRINTERS JLSD BLANK
- "RAOTT M" A7<JTn? A nTTTR'R'RS.
62 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON; & C.
g A. NELSON & CO., T ]
?'WHOLESALE DEALERS E?- s i
BOOTS AND SHOES, S
No. 23 Haysb Stbeet,
. CHARLESTON, S. C.
JJENRY BISCHOFF & CO., 1
nrtTAT T?C A "P /1T>A/",T?T?Q
IT UVJUMOAXI WMWAAMW % . >
A2TD-DEALERS IN CAROLINA RICE \
. PROPRIETORS OP THE CELEBRATED *
CAROLINA TOLU TONIC,
199 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C
ALSO IN STORE:
BACON, ~ MEAL J
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
ENTICEMENTS FOR CASH.
: ELYSSE <*. DESPOBTES. !
T?E REAPER PliOW.^Alisizes i
kent in stock. Plow goods of everv de- <
scnption, Bradc's Hoes, Handled Hoes, .
Spokes, Kims, Hubs, Shafts, Poles, "Wash- <
ers, Shaft Rubbers, etc.
J. H. CTJMHUTGS.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta i?. i?
SCHEDULE EN" EFFECT STAY 11,
1884?Eastern Standard Time.
NO. 53, MAIL AXD EXPRESS.
Leave Augusta 8.50 a. m.
Leave W. C. &. A. Junction 12.30 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia 12.42 p. m.
Leave Columbia 12.52 p. m.
Leave Killian's 122 p. m.
Leave Blythewood 1.40 p. m.
r AO YT/i /VfVTtTO TT 9 09 T>. TY1
utft T v IT 0? J^
Leave Simpson's 2.16 p. m.
Leave Winnsboro 2.31 p. m.
Leave White Oak. 2.50 p. m.
Leave Woodward's 3.04 p. m.
Leave Blackstoek 3.15 p. m.
Leave Cornwall's 3.25 p. nr
Leave Chester 4.10 p..m.
Leave Lewis' 4.27 p. m. <
Leave Smith's 4.36 p. m.
Leave Rock Hill 5.00 p. m. <
Leave Fort Mill 5.22 p, m
Leave Pinevilie 5.45 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte 6.15 p. m.
Irrive at Statesville 10.15 p. m.
So. 17, way freight, with passenger coach
tttached, runs Monday, Wednesday and
Leave Columbia 6.55 a. m. j
Leave Winnsboro .10.10 a. m. .
Leave Chester 12.25 p. m. 3
iirive at Charlotte 5.25 p. m. i
NO. 52, MAIL AND EXPRESS.
Leave Statesville 7.45 a. m.
Leave Charlotte 1.00 p. m. |
Leave Pinevllle L25 p. m.
Leavo Port Mill L42 p. m.
Leave Rock Hill 2.00 p. m. ]
Leave Smith's .: 2.21 p. m. 1
Leave Lewis' 2.29 p m.
Leave Chester 2.44 p. m.
Leave Cornwall's 3.03 p. m.
Leave Blackstock 3.12 p. m.
Leave Woodward's . .3.18 p. m.
Leave White Oak .3.30 p. ra.
Leave Winfcsboro.... 3.48 p. m.
Leave Simpson's. .. ..4.03 p. m.
LeaveRidgeway. .4.16p. m.
Leave Blythewood .4.32 p. m.
Leave Killian's.... i.' 4.49 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia 5.15 p, in. ]
Columbia .5.25p. m. <
Leave W. C. & A. Junction 5.34 p. m. J
Arrive at Augusta.... 9.35 p.m. ;
*o. 18, way freight, with passenger coach
ittachea, runs Tuesday, Thursday and
Leave Charlotte 5.35 a. m.
Leave Chester 9.55 a. in.
Leave Winnsboro 12.30 p. m. '
Arrive at Columbia 3.55 p> m. \
M G. E. TALCOTT, '
T. M. R Talcott, Superintendent
i . '
m r*~r ?"f m
3EST CREAM CHEESE, MACARONI
and SODA CRACKERS.
3DTST'S . GARDEN SEED, IRISH J
POTATOES, for Planting'and Eating, <
UjNIUJN Siii'JL'S, XC. *
COVERS OF GOOD AND FINE
will pleese call at my store and sample ,
ny stock. The PRICES I ASK ARE SURE
TO SELL THE GOODS. * i
>PRING stoce of zeigler 1
BROTHERS' AND BAY STATE
>HOES expected in a few weeks.
Please bear this in mind and wait for
he BEST. ' ,
J..IS. BEATT. J
AND FTiTT> STA"RT/F1S
JLi. \ JL/ X .1-1 A A A' KS -A. J. A A/JUJbiVI
JUST ARRIVED two CARLOADS OF .
HORSES AND MULES,
n addition to stock on hand, among them
NO. 1 SADDLE HORSES.
Also some good young brood mares, some
ine driving horses, a few heavy turpentine ;
miles?seventy-five head on hand.
We will sell or swap for broken down
;tock, as we have a large pasture to turn
hem in. We will also swap mules for
torses or horses for mules, iust to suit our
customers. Call soon and examine for
A. WELIxIFORD & SONS.
Winnsboro, S. C.
COTTON SEED! COTTONSEED!!
I will pay (15c.) fifteen cents cash per
Bushel for 10,000 Bushels SOUND DRY
CJOTTON SEED, delivered to me at this
olace before the first of next November.
tVill exchange Cotton Seed Heal for Cotx>n
J. B. FRAZIER,
Oct 17-x3m Strothers, &C.
I will pay (15c.) fifteen cents cash per
Bushel for 10,000 Bushels SOUND DKY
COTTON SEED, delivered to me at thi?
place before the first of next November,
will exchange Cotton Seed Meal for Cotton
J. B. CROSBY,
Sept 19x3m Sheltou, S. C.
""rdtt arm?" !
JLUlUUWXi 9 I
Blooded bull, no. 52, bred by b. 1
Peters, of Calhoun, Ga., dropped '
May, 1879, sire the thoroughbred Jersey
bull "Alfonso", register No. 3013, dam No.
i8 Alderney cow, bred by R. Peters, she
sired by "Rail Road", a Jersey bull No. ,
LSC8, her dam No. 80, Alderney cow, pur- ,
ihased by R. Peters in Pennsylvania, she |
sired by an imported bull, her dam an ,
Aidpmpv cow. Calves insured for So 00 i
jack. Cash down or "nQ.ga"
HAYS & BUTIoAED
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Buy the Best!
Mb. J. 0. Bo ag?Dear Sir. I bought tha
first Davis Machine sold by yon over five
rears ago for my wife, who has given it a
long and fair triaL I am -well pleased with
it, It never gives any trouble, and is as
good as when first bought.
J. W. Boucs.
Winnsboro, S, 0., April, 1883.
Mb. Boag : Yon wish to know what I.have
fco say in regard to the Davis Machine bought j
3f you three years ago. I feel I can't say too
much in its favor. I made about $80 J
within five months, at times running it so j
East that the needle would jret perfectly hot |
(ram friction. I feel confident I ootid not 1
lave dono the same -work with as much ease i
?d so well with any other machine. No 1
time was lost in adjusting attachments. The
lightest running machine I have ever
treadled. Srother- James and 'William's
families are as much pleased with their
Davis Machines bought of you. I want no
better machine. A3.1 said before, I don't
think too much can be said for the Davis
.13 1 A ;i loort
s aimeia county, nycix, xooo.
Me. Bojlg : My machine gives me perfect
satisfaction.- I find no fault with it. The
ittachmente are so simple, I wish for no
setter than the Davis Yf'ical Peed.
Fairfwl? coo&sy, April, 1833.
Mb. 3oao: I bonght a Davis Vertica
[feed Sewing Machine from yon four .year
igo. I am delighted with it' It never ha8
jiven me any trouble, and has never been
ie least out of order. It is as good as when
r first bonght it I can cheerfully reeoa
nend it. Ecspectfully,'
MBST M. J. EjSKLASD.
Monticello, April 30,1S83. ^ t
This is to certify that I have been using a
Davis Vertical Feed Sewing Machine for
aver two years, purchased of Mr. J. 0. Boag.
[ h?ven't found it possessed of any fault?
ill ine attachments are so simple. It never
refuses to work, and is certainly the lightest
running in the market. I consider it a firs*
;lass machine. ' .
\frwm \f. WTT.r.MOfTA3f.
Oakland, Fairfield county, S. C.
Mb. Boag : I am well -p^ssd in o rery vjae
Scalar with the Davis ilibiiin: tmrht of
[ ou. I think it a first-cia? * chi:e ir
jvery respect. Yon know you ,^-ld sovsr*
machines of the' same ma'ze to diflfereri
members of our families, all of whom,'cs far
is I know, are well pleased with them.
Mb. M. H. Moelet.
Fairfield county, April, 1883.
This is to certify we have had in constant
jse the Davis Machine bought of yoa about
;hxee years ago* As we take in work, and
lave made the prioe of it several timo3 over
Hid don't want any. better machine. It is
ilways ready to do any kind of work we have
a do. No puckering or skipping stitches.
fVe can only say we are well pleased, and
pish no better machine.
CATHE2Ei? WXLTE Sister.
April 25, 1883.
I have no fault to frri with my mat^?
ind don't want any *->tter. I have made
he price of it several times by taking in
;ewing, Jt is alwajM r*ady to do its work.
C think it % fixst-olao* machine.. I feel I
san't say \>o mach ?e*r the Davis Vertical
2mb3. Thomas Sjdcth.
Fairfield eo&nty, April, 1883.
Ms. J. O. Boag?Daar Sir: It gives me
nuch pleasure to testify to the merits of the
Davis Vertical Feed Sawing, Machine. The
nachine I got of you about five years ago has
seen almost in constant-use ever since mat
ime. I cannot see that it is worn any, and
las nftfe cost me ono cent for repairs since we
lavenad. it Am wo 11 pleased and don't wish
or any better. Yours truly,
Granite Quarry, near Winnsboro, S. C.
We have used the Davis Vertical Feed Sewing
Machine for lie last five years. We
would not have any other make at any price.
The machine has given us unbounded satisfaction.
Mas. W. JL Tubkes and Daughters.
Fairfield county^S. 0., Jan. 27,1SS?
Having bought a Davit Vertical Feed-Sew
Ing Machine from Mr. J. 0. Boag sorae thr?c
years ago, and it having given me perfect J
satisfaction in every respeofc as a family machine,
both for heavy and .light se-wing, and
never needed the least repair in any way, 1
can cheerfully recommend it to any one as a
first-class machine in ever..- particular, and
think it second to none. Itj is one of the
simplest machines made; my children use it j
with all ease. The attachments are more
easily adjusted and it does a greater range of
work by means of its Vertical Feed than any
other machine I have ever seen or used.
Mp.3. Thomas Owdtgs.
Winnsboro, Fairfield county, S. C.
We have had one of the Davis Marthmn*
about four years and have always found i<
ready to do all kinds of work we have had
occasion to do. Can't see that the machine
is worn any, and worka as well as when new
Mas. W. J. Ceawfosd.
Jackson Cre3k, Fairfield county, S. C.
My wife is highly jjwasei with the Davir
Machine bought of you. She would not take
double what she gavo for it. The machim
has not been, out of order since she had it
and she can do any kind of work on it
ujlb. x* x &?& i
Monticello, Fairfield comity, S. C.
The Davis Sewing Machine is simply
measure. Mas. J. A. Goodwtn
Ridgeway, N. 0., Jan. 10,18S3.
J. 0. Boao, Esq., Agent?Dear Sir: My
(rife has been using a Davis Sewing Machine
jonstantly for the past four years, and it
aas never needed any repairs and worts jost
is well as when first bought. She says it
will do a greater ranee of practical work
md do it easier ?n- better than any machine
ihe has ever used. We cheerfully recommend
it as a No. 1 family machine.
Yours truly, -Jas. Q> Davis.
Winnsboro, S. C., Jan. S, 1883.
Ms. Boag?I have always found my Davis
nachine ready to do all kinds of work I
lave had occasion to do. I cannot see that
he machine is worn a particle, and it works
is well jss -when new. Eespectfully,
Mbs. Robeet C. Goonrs??.
WrxHEBOBO, S. C., April, 1883.
Mb. BoAG^-My -wife has. been constantly j
using the Davis machine benight of yors
ibout five years ago. I have never regretted
joying it, as it is always ready for any hind
)f family sewing, either heavy or light. It
B never ont of fix or needing ropairs.
, ' A. W, L?DXfc
Faibnsw>- S. 0., March 1883. -*
III iT> I tflUBUKi
IT A T~i T TvTTTT TT> ~X7~
lV?jtl_V_yJCLjL-LN JhJX X 5
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OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE BY
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
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WATERTOWX EXGDsE. *
| P.Ai.t, HAM) COTTON PKK^SSLITTLE
GIANT jJYDRATTLIC PRESS
CHAIN" AND ROTARY HARROWS.
OLD HICKORY WAGONS.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE
CORTLAND WAGON COMPANY,
MAN TFACTURERS OF
PLATFUiM SPRING WAGONS,
Give us a call, and.we will sell you what
you want CHEAP.
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
.. ' - -
- Ihsrretaown sod watched fhetae of Swift's Spe'
pflo toe over fifty yeses, and tatro sever known or
heard of a failure to crtre Blood Pdson when properly
taken. I csed It on my servants from 1850 tcr
2865, as did alio & namber of my neighbors, and fcr
every case that came within my knowledge It effected?
aqua.. In all my life I harre never known a remedy
thatwonld so felly accomplish what it is reccmtO
E. L. DEXXAED, Perry, Gc '2
I hare knows end nsed Swift's Specific for moiC
Can twenty years, and have rxn mere wonderful?
resalta from its use *?>gn from any remedy in of;
cat of the Phannacopceia. It is a certain and caltf
SQtidote to all sorts or Blood Pcison. .
fiK J. DICKSON SMITH, H. <5
v? - Atlanta,Ga, *
WHAT DRUGGISTS SAT1
Who have Sees.the ESccta of Severe Tests?
Haaghea better fflfltfartfon than say remedy fog
Blood Diseases we have ever haTv^l?^
6CH K r .TiTTR & s'iltfV jbtSS, Waahfngton, D C*.
Hany TfcyskJara too endorsed S. S. S. aa a sy
dfic fog Blood Diseases. j
8. MAXSHELD & CO., Memphis^ ^
a very short time. Wrmrfi'rfnl
Blood Diseases. ,
j W. BL PAITEESGS, Dallas, Teza>
We do not hesitate to ssythafc for a year pact we
. tare add more cf Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) than
-all other Blood Pnnflers combined, and with most
astonishing resnlta. One gentleman who tised half
a dozen bottles aaya that it has done him more good
than treatment which cost him $1,000. Another who
has used it for a Scrofaloas affection reports a per?
Kanent arre from Its r?fl_ ^
TAN SHAACK, STEVENSON & CO? "
.Cbkasp. - J
' 81,000 "REWARD I
WItl be paid to any Chemist who yriR find, oasssl*
pis of 100 bottle* S. S. S., coaparttete of Mcxqay,
f/vw?TA Potsaslnsit or any Tnfnor?? stbssracc.
T THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,
Drawers, Atlanta,Gfc '
ymzBfe tasOoutSo IxxJfc, Which will bo mailed
paw Soill tfo, $L00 per tsoSXZe. I?se eta*
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I - is : : ; i -
O JR 3
Ic aSpeeialBamedy for an diseases pertaining to 5B8
I woxB. andanylntdligeatwomaacaii core hersell
| by following the directions, it is especially emca>
dousin casesof suzpbesszd ob paixfcl Messzbo*
: atios, the Whites, and Pabeuli. Prolapsus. It
affords immediate relief and pemanfrntly restores \ >
| the Menstrual Function. As a remedy to be used
I m <* Change O&
Life," this invaluable preparation has no rival!
Is an DTESCT3IABLE BOOK to all Child-bearing
women; ft. tp?3 hlpssingt/>?nffi?rtngfcrr.fLlpsi; atrna
i When applied two or three months before confinej
ment it will produce a safe and quick delivery,
I control pain, and alleviate the usual agonizing sol!
feriag beyond the power of language to express A
Is & sure and speedy core lor Blind or Bleed*
ing Piles, Sores, Ulcer?, Tumors, Fistula, Burns,
Coras. Felons, Sore Nipples, etc. Its effects are
simply marvelous, and It Is an. inexpressible ^
blessing to all afflicted with either of the above
complaints. Try It I
For circulars, testimonials, and lull partieskrs,
addraBflc^B Proprietor and Manufacturer of
THREE GREAT REMEDIESI
J. BBADji'i ra-D,
Jgo. 108 South-Pry ox St, ATXiA2?TA, QA.
Thousands of women over-the laadtestt- 9
B fy to the wonderful effects of this grc.it ran- B
eay; it will not only shortenlabor and lessen B
the intensity of pain and suffering beyond H
R expression, bat better than all. it thereto E
greatly diminishes the daiigcr to life of both 9
raj mother and child. This great boon tosuf
B fering woman is Holmes' Idnimeni, or
Mother's Friend. Prepared and sold by J. ..
H Bbadioeld, Atlanta, Ga. Sold by ail 9 y \
K. Drnggsto. Price $1.50 bottle. Sent
Efek by Egress on receipt of price. ^0
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e^gCM ?!,, II mini mill liBWM
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