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2"L ^ . V KDTTOKS.
Cir is. a. JH>T7glass,)
It is said that the profit* fo Moody
and Sankey on their revival hymn
books amonnt to $500,000.
i naiiO i
The Philadelphia Press is seriously
alarmed becaase it is fainted that the
lion. Joseph E. Brown is preparing a
speech to show up the corrupt election
practices of the North.
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Tiie financial unromcie uuuks
that there is evidently much strength
and vitality among merchants and
manufacturers, or they never conld
have weathered the storm which we
have already been through.
"Wheat is lower in Chicago than at
any time before in eight year?, and the
expected Christmas rise in cereals in
England did not come. But low-priced
wheat does not cause a rednction in
" *? *- ** ^ C Z+ A'A r\AiM*
me price ox uuur. n it, uu* ?.??%. t?v>
might be the gainers.
"Mr. E. C. Wade, of Savannah, who
has been appointed Marshal for the
Southern Distrsct of Georgia, does
not believe that feitegident r*^
BBp in Twm^-rp ?i?m-t^fore die expiration
? of Ins1,ferm'Sromce. He is banking
W** J on a Scpublican Senate to hold him up
w Ox-and afler January- 1, 1685, the
/ day will be reckoned at Greenwich
^ - Observatory, near London, England,
; 'is commencing at midnight, the hour3
being counted on up to twenty-four.
/ * or ilUUUIgUL- rvt ma.in jiv.no a
dial showing twenty-four hoars has
beren erected at the observatory, but in
future the day of : twenty-four hours
will be official.
Ik aa interview a few days age
Chairman Baranm, of the National
Democratic Committee, expressed the
opinion that Senator Bayard would be
tendered a place in the Cabinet auc
that he would probably accept. H?
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states tnac. Jdr. ujeveianu as
no ambitionto be re-elected, and lhal
ia the selection of his cabinei he wil.
make it a point to select able men whc
will give satisfaction to the country.
- The Philadelphia Times says:
"William H. Vanderbit is insnred foi
$620,000. Every policy he owns has
been issued within the'last five years
Jav Gonld made up his mind a <3ezei
years ago to insure his life, and year b>
year has added to the amount until hi
can produce policies for $400,000
which he calls his emergency fond
Pierre Lorillard has $255,000* on hi!
life". P. W. Devoe, the New Yort
paint manufacturer, carries policies fo:
$250,000. Cyras W. Field's life is in
sured for $240,000. Alexander Bar
rett a*nd F. 15. Roberts of JNew Yori
each have $520,000 oil their lives
John Gibb, the spool silk man, ha
policies $180,000-^ Charles Pratt ant
H B Bide of New York arc each in
sured for $195t000. Uncle Rufu
Hatch is -insured for $75,000, Jcdsn
Fullerton for $73,OGO, and H B Chaffii
for $125,000. .
was 2,718,805; in the States cove ret
by this inquiry there were 2,452,746 o
that number, or 90 per cent. Th<
total number reported oat of work
due to shutting down establishments,
to enforced reductions of forces, or t<
strikes, in 21 States,-is 319,000, or 1J
j&r cent, of the whole number busy ii
1SS0. If the gain in number employee
in 188? to 1882 was 10 per cent., tin
maximum number at work was (1882]
afakrot2,790,000 (21 States)?iu whicl
case the S16,000 fewer employed,
amounts to nearly 12 per cent. In the
seventeen leading industrial cities the
number reported dispensed with or
-striking is .117,115, or nearly 56 per
cent, of tfe total reported. The total
number busy in those cities in 1880
r' - AAO f?AA _ - - ?- ' ? ?? ? -?
was or o*j>er cent, or toe total
in the Statutes enumerated iu this inquiry,
indicating that the industrial
depression, as shown by the reduced
number of employes, has been 50 per
cent, greater in the cities than in the
county districts. It may also be stated
that the percentage of redaction in
Southern manufactories is mnch small.
es than in the North.
!The New Brighton Ferry (Company
has been recer tly chartered by the
Legislature, and the chai*ter was passe&
Over the heads of some of the strongest
Representatives from Charleston,
both in the Senate and the Honse.
The News and Courier says of this
r aew enterprise":
"Mr. Burnham will leave Charleston
. fflp ffpurVrtVlr frt.n?erlif <X?+Xa r>n?n?n/v
v r* * v?u IV'l IUU
of making arrangements for the pnr-.
^ _ chase of the necessary steamers to
start the new ferry line, which will be
*n ?P ra^on probably, early next
Bppi^P^^^arrangements will be made for opening
the New Brighton Hotel by the 1st
of February, in order to accommodate
Northern tourists who may pass
through Charleston. In any event,
however,-the New Brighton" will be
thrown open to the public in April or
ff 'fi May unoer aa entirely* ncnr
w ^ ?- I
men t and with attractions which will
make it one of the ?uest watering
places on the Atlantic coast. With
easj and rapid transit and telegraphic
. communication with the city the New
Brighton will next year enter upon a
new and, it is hoped, a prosperous ca
TEOS TRIATi JUSTICE SYSTEM.
Messrs, Editors: I have read the
pamphlet of Thomas M. Cathcart on
this snHnvf enroo-f r\loao??n
? J W w givuv yttMOUlV. V/ftl
law-makers might read it with much
profit, if they would be guided thereby.
Itis too innch the practice to
blame those who administer a system
for the defects of the system itself.
The pamphlet is called forth by the
strictures of oar Grand Jury npon the
large percentage of Mr. Cathcart's ac- :
quittals to his convictions; and, hence,
costs to the couuty for unfounded in
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dictmeuts for trivial offences.
Mr. C. very properly) says that because,
upou propeijsworn information,
be determines that the case is one
propev for trial, is iio reason why he
should convict; as he tries according
to laio, and, hence, always gives the
prisoner the benefit of a "reasonable
Mr. C. is right; anil I would respectfully
ask whether the finding of a
true bill by a Grand Jury is any reason
why a petit jury should convict? I
would also hei*e add, that one of the
| evils of the administration of the system
is, that Trial Justices are too apt
to lean to the prosecutor in a criminal
action, and the plaintiff in a civil case I
'3F because it is he who "brings them
As to what constitutes "trivial"
cases, the pamphlet makes a conclusive
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repiy, ukiliiu vtwiuuuyi
and 110 officer of the law has the power
or right to hold any offence to be
trivia], when the Legislature pronounces
it to be malum prohibitum.
He makes a good point on the system
when he calls attention to a man
being sent to the Penitentiary for ten
years by the Circuit Court for stealing
a live pig worth one dollar; and another
sentenced by the Trial Justice to
confinement in Jail for thirty days for
stealing a butchered hog worth nineteen
dollars and fiftr.centsv ;
'v.i, xWuulu oi?y tnat if all
our Trial ilnstices had the intelb'gence,
knowledge and fairness of Mr. Xeil
and Mr. Cathiart, there would be less
complaint of the system.
In August, 1881, it was discovered that
my son's wife was in the last stages of consumption.
She was coughing incessantly
and at times would discharge quantities of
pusfrom her lungs, could not sleep or retain
anything on her stomach, and we
thought it only a question cf time whan
life would be compelled to give way to the
fell destroyer. After all other remedies
had failed, we got Brewer's Lung Restorer
1 and began it in very small doses, as she
; was very weak. She soon began to improve;
continued the remedy and was restored
to life and health, and is to-dav better
than she has ever been before. 1 re>
gard her restoration as nearly a miracle,
I for which she is indebted to Brewer's
- R. W.' Boxxek, Macon, Ga.
. Brewer's Lung Restorer is a purely vege1
table preparation, contains no opium, mor.
phine, bromide or any poisonous substance.
bend for circular of long list of wonderful
5 cures. Lamar, Raxkix & Lajiah,
t * Macon, Ga.
> OUT -OF TEE JAWS O? BSATfi,
The gentleman who outlines his case
below is a man considerably advanced ii
life, and is noted for his sterling integrity
r His postoffice is Yatesville, Upson county
> Ga. - The following is
; ME. JOHN PEARSON'S STATEMENT
In the spring of 18821 was attacked witl
' a very bad cough, which continued t<
i grow worse until fall, when I got so weal
. that I could not get about. I tried a grea
s many kinds of medicine but continued t<
- grow worse. I was notified that I hac
.. consumption and would probably die. Dr
Holloway finally told me to try Brewer*:
Lung Restorer. They sent to Ward's Ston
* and got a bottle and'I commenced takinj
t it right away. After taking two or threi
. doses, I began to improve, and by the timi
s I had used up one bottle I was able to ge
j on my feet again. I am now hi excellen
health. 1 am confident that the Lung Re
" storer saved my life and my neighbors an
s of the same opinion. It is the T>est Luni
3 Remedy ever made in my opinion. Di
i H. promised me that he would write to tb
manufacturers and tell them of the woe
derful cure it made in my case.
) severe pain in her side, which was sooi
I followed by hemorrhages from her lung;
and a severe cough. Fever commenced
f she could neither eat nor sleep, and in a fe\
? weeks she was reduced to a living skeleton
T* Attending physician told me that h
? ciio ught one of ner lungs was entirelv gone
She could not retain the most delicafc
nourishment on her stomach. I thei
' agreed with Dr. Sullivan, my family physi
> wan, tu uuii xji. noiioway m eoosmianou
They made a final examination of thi
patient and pronounced the case hopeless
! Dr. Holloway then suggested the Brewer':
, Lung Restorer as a last resort. I sent fori
' bottle and gave her a dose. I found tha
? she could retain it on her stomach am
l after about the third dose, I began t<
notice some Improvement in her condition
r I continued the medicine regularly, and bi
> the time she had taken two bottles, sh<
( was able to walk about the house. She fc
' now in better health than she has enjoyec
for several years. I believe that Lun<
. Restorer saved her life. We have a familj
of six children, some of them grown."
[ Mr. Herndon's postoffice is Yatesville;
Upson county, Ga. He is a thoronghlj
reliable man in every particular.
Series and M,
The attention of CASH BUYERS is
called to my stock which is complete.
Sugars at greatly reduced prices.
Syrups and Porto Rico Molasses?very
Shelf Goods in great variety, and fresh.
Try my TENNESSEE FLOUR.
Bagging and Ties, Salt Bacon^Lard, &c.
"OLD DOMINION HAMS." ^ ^ .
Nos. 1,2 and 3 Mackerel, in kits and %
SHOES FOB EVERYBODYI
A large stock of Boots and Shoes that
MUST be sold. Profit no -object?as I desire
to turn them into money.
.Jeans, Plaid and Brown Homespuns.
goods charged at my redxbt^d prices..
All nersons knowinsr "thfimseLw?< tr? hp
indebted to me wiHsettie prior to the first
of November next
R. M. HUET.
mHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASX
in informing the people of Fairfield
County and the traveling public that he
has taken charge of the WINXSBORC
HOTEL, and is now prepared to receive
both permanent and transient boarders.
The building has just been repainted
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<t:m put m mc^idwi cuuumoQ xnrougnout.
The table will be supplied with the best
that the local arid neighboring markets
afford, and no pains will be spared to insure
the comfort of guests.
A Sample Room is provided, conveniently
arranged for the use of Commercial
A share of the public patronage is respectfully
A. F. GOODIXG.
AYER'S PILLS. |
A large proportion of the diseases which
cause human suffering result froQ derangement
of the stomach, bowels, and llrer.
Ayee's Cathartic Pills act directly upon
these organs, and are especially designed to
care the diseases caused by their derangesent,
including Constipation, Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Headache, Dysentery,
and a host of other ailments, for all of
which they are a safe, sure, prompt, and
pleasant remedy. The extensive use of these I
Pills by eminent physicians in regular prac- |
tice, shows unmistakably the estimation in i
which they are held by the medical profes* j
These Pills are compounded of vegetable
substances only, and are absolutely free from
calomel or any other in jarious ingredient.
A Sofferer from Headache writes:
" Atee's Pills are invaluable to me, ana
are my constant companion. I bare been
a severe sufferer from Headache, and your
Pills are the only thing I could look to
for relief. One dose will quickly move my
bowels and free my head from pain. They
are the most effective and the easiest physic
I have ever found. It is a pleasure to me to
apeak in their praise, ana I always do so
Then occasion offers.
W. L. Page, of W. L. Page & Bro."
Franklin St., Richmond,Va., June 3,1882.
"i have used Ayeb's Pills in numberless
instances as recommended by you, and
have never known them to fail to accomplish
the desired result. We constantly keep them
on hand at our home, and prize them as a
pleasant, safe, and reliable family medicine.
FO& DYSPEPSIA they are invaluable.
J. T. Hayes."
Mexia, Texas, June 17,1S32.
The Ret. Fexncts E. Haelowe, writing
from Atlanta, Ga., says: ' For some years
past I have been subject to constipation,
from which, in spite of the use of medi
cines of various kinds, 1 8?nereu muwu,.
Inconvenience, until some months ana I
began taking Ayee's Pills.
en&dy corrected the .<* *- - and \
Cathartic Pills eorrect irregularities
of the hovels, stimulate the appetite
.and "digestion, and by their prompt and
thorough action give tone and vigor to the
whole physical economy.
Dr. J.CLAyer &Co., Lowell, Mass;
Sold by a!l Drnggists.
VfjlHJfl All experience the wonderful
*"1?' beneficial effects of
MfflDL?- ****** Sarsaparilla.
??r!> Children with Sore Eyes, Sore
AacU> Ears, or any scrofulous or syphilitic
taint, maybe made healthy and strong
by its use.
Sold by allUrnggists; fl,ais bottles for $5.
FOR THE ~~"
Sell sixty uafs
WE WILL SELL OUR
1 JSnSTrDTJEbSl STOCE
i Men's and Boys' Boots,
5 Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps,
1 And a large assortment of
] Ladies' Cloaks and Jersey Jackets at
These goods will possitively be charge
> to no one at these prices. They will onl
? be sold for
I CASH STBICTJLY.
s Owing to the short crops we will sell a
r other lines of goods in which we deal
I VERT CLOSELY.
* If you need anything in our large an
e well assorted stock, it will pay you to ca
? onus before purchasing elsewhere.
J ?. LAUDERDALE.
riu^ rnii TOw
* We beg leave to i\pori
? the citizeDS of Winnsboro and of FairSel
I County that we have taken charge of th
, Shop near the south-east comer of Wast
I ington and Vanderhorst Streets, opposit
5 the Baptist Church, where we are prepare
* to do everything in the line of
i WOOD fffll.
We will give special attention to repair
WAGONS, CARRIAGES AND OTHEI
And we unhesitatingly GUAEANTEI
i We are now fully prerpared to manufac
FnwfiAft] (tflun IfTT T 0
Which are known, to be of the highesi
excellence, and which have always giver
We are also prepared to make contracts
Estimates and plans furnished on application.
KOMEDY & SMITH.
THREE TIMES EVERY WEEK.
EEES IT^FT S H
JUST RECEIVED, a fresh supply of
Oyster Crackers, Soda Biscuits,
Ginger and Fancy Cakes,
Tomato Catsup, Bradsaw Sauce,
French Mustard, Pig*? Feet,
Barrel Pickles, Barrel Saur Kraut,
Apples, Onions and Cabbages,
Peanuts, Chestnuts, Lemons,
Oranges, Banannas, Cocoanuts,
Irish Potatoes, Chickens,
Eggs and Butter.
The CELEBRATED KANGAROO FIVECENT
EST Meals at all hours through the day
at my Restaurant
Nov25 F. W. HABENICHT.
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? W. STILES,
IIURLEY BLOCK, 109 MEETING ST.
charleston, S. C.
Dealer in Paints, Oils, Brushes, Varnish
Glass, Putty, Colors, Glue, &c.
ALVIN R. TIIOMLIXSON,
(Factory in Charleston.)
Manufacturer of Saddles, Bridle9
Dealer in Saddlery, Hardware,
Leather, &c., &c.
Importer of English Bits, Stirrups, &c.
.137 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in '
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT,
Apples, Omnges, Bananas, Coeoanuts,
Lemons, Pineapples, Potato**, Onions, '
Peanuts, Cabbages, &c. -i
S. E. Con. Meeting & Market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
QHARLES C. LESLIE, ^
Wholesale and Retail Commission Dealer
FISH, OYSTERS, GAME and POULTRY
Stalls Nos. 1 and 2 Fish Market ^
Office No. 7 Market St. East of East Bay
Consignments of Country Produce ar?
respectfully solicited. Poultry, Eggs, Jce.
Perishabl^goods at owner's risk after
delivery to K-y^rftss Co.
'va1d OF THE SOUTH CORN Ja8h"
No. 165 MeetixcSt., Charleston, st,C.
(.- Try our 50 cents Machine Oil?th? pest
; in the market T"
T AGER BEER . * J~
FROM TIIE CLAUSSEN BREWING CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. CJ^J.
Hav? now a Standard Beer superior to others,
put up in kep>, patent stopper bottles,
and bottles in barrels for export, to keep 8
longtime. Empty beer.-'bottles bought
Agant in Columbia, Mr,'Julius KrentleLs
?importer and dealer is?
j WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOCACCO
| groceries a5d provisioks,
No 175 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C
/"VTTO TIED EM AN & SONS.
?.LSD? ' .
102 AND 104 EAST BAT STREET,
CHARESTON, S. C.
Wholesale Grocers, Liquor Dealer
1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
y 197 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S, C
Q. W. ADIAR&CO,
wholesale and retail* dealers in
CHOICE DRUGS, HEDICINES.CBEMICALJ
|1 SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Cor. Kins and Yanderhorst Streets.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
SB. THOilAS, AGENT,
No. 320 "King St., Opposite Leberct,
1 WINDOW SHADES, PAPER HANC
TNGS, LACE CERTAINS,
COKNACES AND U PHOLSTERT tiOODl
CHARLESTON, S. C.
155 Meeting Stbeet,
Opposite Charleston Hot
g CHARLESTON, S. C.
J^LYA GAGF & CO., ~
? CHARLESTON ICE HOUSE,
? Market, Corner Church Street
i- CHARLESTON, S. C.
d EST"Ice packed for the country & specialtj
JJCTCAS & RICHARDSON,
STATIONERS, PRINTERS ajsd BLANI
BOOK MANUFACTURERS, ;
62 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C
1 g A. NELSON & CO.,
?"wholesale dealers ijt2
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 23 II a Y 2T E StBKET,
joiovnur j? dcvu.,
, WHOLESAE GE0CEK8
J AND DEALERS IX CAROLINA RICI
PBOPKIETOES OP THE CELEBRATED
i CAROLINA TOLU TONIC. 199
EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C
Mince Meat and Plum Pudding, Cheese
and Macaroni, very Fat and Choice Mack-erel,
Sardines, Salmon, Rice, Grist and
Fine Flour, with a good many other goods,
which will be sold cheap.
Fire Crackers, Sky Rockets and all kinds
fi WTUArt'O rrnl 1 Kft o/iM
ui.v iiviaoy itiuvu i?in wg ouiu cjuca|ii
GIVE ME A CALL. S.
I will pay (35c.) fifteen cents cash per
Bushel for 10,000 Bushels SOUND DRY
COTTON SEED, delivered to me at this
place before the first of next November.
Will exchange Cotton Seed Meal for Cotton
Oct 17-x3m Strothers, S.C.
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Charlotte, Colombia & Ansasta B. K.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 12,
1834?Eastern Standard Time. i
GOING NORTH. 1
NO. 53, M.UL AND EXTUESS.
Leave Augusta y.05a. m.
Leave W. C. &. A. Junction 1.12 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia 1.22 p. m.
Leave Columbia 1.32 p. m.
Leave Killian's 1.58 p. m.
Leave Blythewood 2.13 p. ra.
Leave Ridge way 2.34 p. m.
Leave Simpson's 2.47 p. m.
Leave Winnsboro 3.02 p. m.
Leave White Oak. 3.22 p. m.
Leave Woodward's 3.43 p. m.
Leave Blackstock 3.50 p. m.
Leave Cornwall's 3.58 p. m.
fjjt??evucsici ?r. ?
Leave Lewis' 4.32 p. m.
Leave Smith's 4.40 p. an.
Leave Rock Hill 5.01 p. m.
Leave Fort Mill 5.20 p, m.
Leave Pineville 5.40 p. in
Arrive at Charlotte 6.10 p. in.
Arrive at Statesville 9..'J5 p. m.
No. 17, Way Freight, Passenger Coach
Attached, Daily, except Sundays.
Leave Columbia 5.45 a. m.
Leave Winnsboro 8.55 a. in.
Leave Chester 12.05 p. m.
* of fMioT-int+o 4.10 n. in.
I mxu^ ?*V VMWi?V?w? . . ^
NO. 52, MAIL AND EXI'RESS.
Leave Statesyille 7.45 a. in.
Leave Charlotte 1.00 p. m.
Leave Pineville. 1.27 p. m.
Leave Fort Mill 1.44 p. in.
Leave Rock Hill 2.02 p. m.
Leave Smith's ; 2.22 p. ia.
Leave Lewis' 2.30 p m.
Leave Chester 2.44 p. m.
. Leave Cornwall's.. 3.03 p.
Leave Blaekstock 3.12 p. Dj.
Leave Woodward's 3.18 p. hi.
Leave White Oak 3.30 p. 'm.
v ^eave^^^^^^^^.,.^.3^48^ m.
JL<eave uiyme wwu- y. ?.
Leave Killian's... ..~ 4.49 p. m
Arrive at 'Columbia ........5.15 p. m,
; Leave Columbia 5.25 p. m.
Leave W. C. & A. Junction.'.?5.57 p. m.
Arrive at Augusta 9.38 p. m.
No. 18, Way Freight, Passenger Coach
Attached, Daily, except Sundays.
, Leave Charlotte .?.10 a. m.
Leave Chester 9.40 a. ra.
Leave Winnsboro 12.15 p. m.
' Arrive at Columbia 3.35 p. m.
I M. SLAUGHTER, G. P. A.
G. R. TALCOTT, Superintendent.
D. CARDWELL, A. G. P. A.
; I desire to call your rttentlon to my Kev
I'&lili AAV niiiAUM
novr ready tor Inspection, embracing many va
rieties and shapes, and including Plain an<
3, Fancy Mixed Casslmeres, Corkscrews, Worsted!
and Cheviots, everything, whether for labor
a business or dress.
^ . All these goods are cut from artistic patterns
made by the best of manufacturers, and finishes
in the best possible manner, and warranted U
- every respect.
THE BOYS' DUPAJKTMEXT
Is fiHed with choice SUITS for all ages, and a
all prices. I pay particular attention to thi
j. Department in the selection of Stock, am
purchase only from manufacturers exclusive!;
In Boys' Clothing. The cut, style, fit and finis!
0 cannot be excelled- I have also* full liie of
6ESTS' FUSMSHLVG GOODS,
lng thls/mmense stock. I have the I<arse?r
score in xne snue, ana me oksl juk
conveniences suitable for the Clothing iTade
The Stocfc Is divided off In departments, whicl
, will help the purchaser in finding what 1
I most respectfully invite yon to call and In
spect this "vast Establishment, whethe
you purchase or not. ' , .
L 3vr. L. 2ZE3ST^E,D
COLUMBIA, S. C.
np ATT rnr\mc PAD C A T t? T>XT
vr n ? a?j xu.li i/u r vik oau?i x> 1.
J, F. McMASTER & CO.
BALL HAND COTTON PRESS.
LITTLE GIANT HYDRAULIC PRESS
CHAIN AND ROTARY HARROWS
2 OLD HICKORY WAGONS.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE
CORTLAND WAGON COMPANY
PLATFORM SPRING WAGONS,
Give us a call, andwe will sell you what
you want CHEAP.
McMASTER & CO.
AND FEED STABLES.
v/n| 7 8>l^ftnSflCTMSi8^W^^B^Hr> JGnn?
ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEMselves
indebted to the undersigned by note
given for stock b?ught last spring and
summer, and knowing they fall due on tho
FIRST OF OCTOBER, had better prepare
to settle the same, as full payment will be
required; and those who had their notes
carried over lrom last year will come and
pay, as we will be compelled to collect to
meet our indebtedness.
We are also buying OLD PLUG STOCK
and paying a fair value for them.
A. WHLIFORB Sc. SONS.
C n A--- -*r* M nn <
niuuayvw, v. v., i.4, ?00*. |
I1ID FOR SALE.
As Executor of the Will of James E.
Caldwell, deceased, I will sell at public
sale at the Court House in Winnsboro, on
the FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, |
1885, Sixty Aches of Laxd, more or less,
adjoining lands of said deceased, and
otherwise bounded by lands of Col. Wm.
Stokes and I. T. Gladden.
Terms:?Or i-third cash, balance in one
and two years secured by bond and mortnmmi'X!
with interest from day
of sale. J. C. CALDWELL,
LM9 FOB SALE.
I WILD OFFER FOR SALE BEFORE
the Court House door in Winnsboro, on
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1885,
at public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following lands, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, being and situate in the County of
Fairfield, in the State of South Carolina,
on waters of Jackson's Creek, waters of
Little River, containing
Three Hundred and Thirty-Four
Acres, more or less, and bounded by lands
of John W. Stitt, of John A Robertson, of
the Estate of Levi Bolick, deceased, of R.
J. Gladney and others.
Also, the House Tract, adjoining thereto
being one body of land containing in all I
three hundred and fifty acres.
. TEKMS OF SALE:
paid in cash; the balance on a credit of one
and two years, with interest from the day
of sale; tne purchaser to give his bond for
the credit portion, secured by a mortgage
of the premises, and to pay for all necessary
Any parti) s who may desire to purchase
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mentioned, can apply to CoL Jas. H. Bfon,
Attorney, at Wlnnsboro, S. C.
JAS. L. MARTIN.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN THE COMMON PLEAb.
Sarah B. King, as Executrix, against Sarah
N. Reeves, Mary O. Pope, Eliza A. Lewis,
Robert B. Lewis, Leana A. Finiey, William
H. Lewis, Daniel B. Lewis dnd Ida
PURSUANT to the order of sale made
in the above entitled cause, I will sell
before the Court House of Fairfield County,
at Winnsboro, on the
SECOND MONDAY IN JANUARY,
1885, (being the 12th day of the said
month) beginning at 12 o'clock, M., the
following-described real estate in the said
case on the terms below stated, to wit:
Tracts "C" and "D," of the "June"
Lands," bounded and described according
to a survey made by H. Edmunds, D. S.,
August, 1883, as follows:
? Tract "C," containing d40 acres, more
or less, bounded north by Tract "A," east
: by Tract "D," south by Tract "E," and
wes^ by lands of Dixon.
Tract "D," containing 244 acres, more
or less, bounded north by Tract "B," east
by State lands, south by Tract "F," and
west by Tract "C."
TEBJCS OF SALE:
7 One-fifth in cash, balance in one, two,
rnree ami luur ytxus, wiwi mvcieob uuui
r day of sale, payable annually, secured by
. bond of the purchaser (with condition that
I if any instalment be not paid at maturity
i the whole bond to become due and pays?
ble), and a mortgage of the premises sold.
16th December, 1884.
i JOHN T. SETBELS,
x Master for Richland County.
t CORONER'S SALE
I nT virtue of ?.n execution to me direct
j jj ed. I will offer for sale before tht
a Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., or
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY,
1885, within the legal hours of sale, to tiu
- -JrfescmSed: property^to wit: .
| All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, being and situate in the County ol
J Fairfield and Stale aforesaid, containing
sf EIGHTY-SEVEN ACRES.
. more or less, and bounded on the north bj
r Isnds of Jas. A. Brice ar.d C. A. Dickey;
on the east by lands of Mrs. Sloan and
S. B. Simonton; on the south by White
. Oak spring branch, and on the west bj
lands of Jas. A. Brice, and being a part of
the old Cockrell Estate.
Levied upon as the property of W. W.
' Ketchin, at the suit of J. D. McCarley vs.
W. W. Ketchin. G. S. HINNANT,
Coroner's Office, Coroner.
. T> Y virtue of sundry warrants on lien to
jD me directed. I will offer for sale before
the Court House door in Winnsboro,
o. \j., on iue
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY
' nest, within the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidder for CASH, the followingdescribed
personal property, to wit:
Five bales of cotton- Levied upon as
the property of Daniel McCullouch, Armistead
Mobley and Cato Hill, at the suit of
J. F. McMastef & Co.
Two bales of cotton and sixty bushels of
cotton seed, more or less. Levied upon as
the property of Reuben Fant, at the suit of
One bale of cotton. Levi#** nnnn acthp
property of Jacob Thompson, Msrtha
Thompson and Peter Banfield, at the soit
of U. G. Desportes.
One bale of cotton and one stack of
fodder. Levied upon as the property of
John Starts, at the suit of U. G. Desportef.
. Thirty, bushels of corn, more or less,
and three hundred bundles of fodder,
more or less. Levied upon as the property
of George Stevenson at the suit of L. A.
One bale of cotton, thirty bushels of
corn, more or less, 1,200 Ipounas of fodder,
more or less, 200 bushels of cotton seed,
more or less. Levied upon as the property
of N. C. Clark, at the suit of S. ADurban?.
ofconj-j&ore or less, 2000 pounds of fodJeSTmore
or less, 25 bushelsof cotton seed,
more or less, and one stack of hay. Levied
upon as the property of Andy Murdock at
the suit of C. A Douglass.,
Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
The partnership heretofore existing between
McDonald & Douglass has
been this clay dissolved by mutual consent,
so far as the same relates to the practice of
17th December, 1884.
j. e. Mcdonald,
c. a. douglass.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
have this day formed a partnership
for the practice of law in civil cases under
the firm name of McDonald, Douglass <fc
Their offices may be found in Law
December 17,18S4. '
j. e. Mcdonald,
o. a. douglass, '
w. l. mcdonald.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
have this day formed a partnership
for the practice of criminal law, under the
firm name of Douglass & McDonald. ]
Office in Law Range.
c. a. douglass. <
w. l. Mcdonald.
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Ike Death Knell
WE OFFER FOR THE
Worth of CLOTHING, in <
CENTS on th<
Also a few Boys' Suits?for
age?at fifty cents on the doll
A large lot of Cloaks and D?
Bring your money along no\
AT PRICES TO S
SILK VELVET AND PLU5II PICTU
A new supply of Oil Window Shades, ch
A new supply of Patent Step Ladders?1
SEWING MACHINES at reduced prices
Our Platform is low tariff on ail goods u
trade and result in the greatest good to bo
prices. Deal only in good and reliable g<x
A poor article is dear at any price. Usenc
its "merits, and at its true value. *
Have one uniform low price and give eve
: HURRAH! FOR THE
THE HOST GOODS FO
1 My stock of Ladies Dress Goods is a
Cashmere?all Woo!. The Cheapesi
this market Dress Ginghams in all
Brown. Garnet and Black.
1 TOWELS AND DOYLIE
r A splendid stock of Blankets and B?
; White and Brown Bleachiugs and
1 White and Gray, Slowe's Balmorals,
; OUR O-sistts'
These Goods are bound to sell. The
latest styles. My stock of CLOTHDi
?MY STOCK OF GENTS' FURNE
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, !
Call and be convinced of these fa<
A few pieces of those pretty, smooth
Beautiful Blue, just the thing; Green
at the sama low prices.
Another lot of those pretty Dress CaL
admired in our store first of the sea
Flannels, Cotton Flannels, light, med
Piedmont Drills, Shirtings and Sheeti
more piece of that extra heavy Kerse;
ALSO AT THE C
MOBE SHOES, and still more to arri
Head. Feet and Pockets of all.
you;: fbeseXce is request
betweenthe hours of 7 o'clock, a. m.
(Sundays excepted) between now an
intend to extend our business by sell!
LIVE . AM). LET
HAS REMOVED HIS BAR ROOM
RIDGEWAY, S. C.,
Where he will always keep on hand a
fine assortment of Honors, including
XXXX GIBSON RYE,
OLD CROW WHISKEY,
SWEET MASH CORN,
N. C. CORN WHISKEY,
Together with all grade* of Wine, Gin,
All goods sold at
COLUMBIA AND CHARLOTTE j
LAGER BEER AT $1.00 per Dozen. I
. ORDERS SOLICITED.
Jan 8- ^
of High Prices
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odds and ends, at FIFTY %
b DOLLAR. .
boys from 5 to 12 years of 3j|
olraans at HALF PRICE.
v and ^et some good BAR
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\. WILLIFORD & CO.
L. & i
PIT THE TIMES. 4
BE FEAiTES?the cheapest, newest and
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eaper than the cheapest
QCSt U2UUC illlU tuc LiitHiyww. , ;-r .. . - sed
by the people, as low prices increase
th buyer and seller. Values must govern
)ds?making the prices as low as possible.
) misrepresentation. Sell every article oi>
jry purchaser the benefit.
K. W PHILLIPS.
CHEAPEST , STORE IN
R THE LEAST !OI?T!
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omplete, consisting of Ladies' Black - -<B
t lot of Dress Worsted ever brought to* W
the latest colors. Also a splendid
S, AND TOWEL LINEN.
td Spreads, Lindseys, Canton Flannel,
Unbleached Homespun, Drillings, ' '---Ws
Hoop-skirts, &c., &c.
y were nicked out from among the
[<x, for durability, cannot be excelled.
5HING GOODS IS COMPLETE.?
SHOES AND TRUNKS.
its. Polite attention given to all.
Y THE FOLLOWING:
Cashmeres, in the following shades:
, Dark Garnet, Maroon and Brown
icoes?same brands as those se roach ' ^
son. Ginghams, White and Red
lorn and extra heavy. Bed Ticking,
ngs, Plaid Homespuns, &c. One
p for Pants.
JORNEK STORE I
vein a few days. Shoes to fit the
ED AT THE CORNER STORE J9.
, and 8 o'clock, p. m, any day, ?
a January 1st, 1885, to decide if we
ng reliable Dry Goods and Shoes at
IN TOWN. '
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BUYERS WILL REMEMBER 'M
when in want of First-Class Groce
D. A. KEx\BRIX
still offers 12U lbs. Granulated Sugar for
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vi.w, it iiks outuuaru a oojiar ior Sl.oo,
and 15 lhs. Extra C Su^ar for $L00. Cof ee,
5}?, 6, 7 and 8 lbs. for ?1.09.
IRISH POTATOES AND ONIONS
I will sell cheaper than any other house in
townr Come and examine be! ore buying
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR at FIVE CENTS
D. A. HENDREL
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