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13 FUBLISI"D ICVERY THURSDAY
Wnnzsboro Publishing Oompany.
!Jrinve.. - .$t&) r: A'NSC', IN ADYANCC
1,ila siscounot to Clubs of tie or imoro
lATFA ?O ADV41FtT.41N4.
One :Aollatr per inch for the fir-st inertion
Andu fifty cente por ineh for oeLch hiag It'(pent
Inserdon, Trnsient advrtit-mntsi imust
be paid for Mn advhoee.
Contrmete for three, six or twelve ionths
mado i ,o liberal ttermi4.
.?.0 Busineaam nulain should
be addressed to the Winndoro litblishing
Company; all others to the Elitor.
R. 'MEANS DAVIH,
JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Proprietors.
HENRY N. OBEAR.
#outh catoIna Nows.
James R. Cochran, son of Capt.
4 N. Cochran, of Hodges, died
from an overdose of morphine, on
'A deMv6 of 150 Tennessee hogs
arVived at Laheaster Cotuthouso
last 14ridays The price asked was
seoven aMa I'ha'lf tents gross.
The 'Colbimlia Union-Jerald
bontains six and a half columns of
closely printed advertisements of
sies of ral etate for 'city taxos.
Lancaster Conty hap been pay
ing $500 per annum for Wevral
past to the widow of a negro Aaid to
have been.killed by the Ku Khx.
Judge IMackey stopped that, and the
funds are retained(by the county.
The gin-house of Gon. 11. H.
3radley of Abbevillo was burned
laBt Sunday night. About three
hundrod bushels of cotton ged wore
consumed at the same time. The
fire was clearly incendiary.
A meeting of the citizens of Bon
Tiet Springs Township was held on
the 13th inst. for the purpose of on.
dorsing "the Hampton Govornment,"
at which the umnal Hampton resolu.
tions wore unanimously adopted.
A Northern man, owning con
sidorable property in Aikon, has in
structed his agent there to pay taxes
only to the Hampton government,
as he de-ned that the only true
governmwt of the State.
Since the conviction of the five
negro murdorors in Aiken, and the
return of McEvoy, the jail has be
come quite a place of resort for the
curious, so much so that McEvov
has asked if it was to be turned int'o
The quoRtion as to whethler the
lato clection of county officers in
Lfnneaster, was legal or not, deters
the robate judge anld school ('0om1
mlismioner frm iturniing over tir
ofices to heir suicessors. Thev
aro willing to do ,o if it is legal.
S. G. OwenIs, C. C. P. mid ). F.
their oilee 1 o it (lark and A. I
G iice. who preenteId- LLU l commiion
from (ov. Haml~ptoun, n1 thiegruml
that there wasi nlo l'lwfal o'tcion. A"'
su'sh '0 wvill rcst on the ueiinj,
by the Sunpremeo Court, of the casne
C.9rii d tip fren ChaIl legaton,
'i'e Sumter Clal bard ofI lire
Mioas presidlent, andm I. I".
TIeiL'ber, fieerctar~y. They ad~opted a
rew')ut ien to a pply to the Na tional
board for au t~hri ty t) nmhko new
ratings for thme T own of 8himuer.
Monday morning, the 15th inst.,
about 2 o'clock, the store of W. J.
Corbott, at Privateer, Snmter, was
destroyed by fire. A son of Mr. Hf.
D. Corbelt was slooping in the store
and would have lost his life had he
not been aroused by a negro in time
to escape. Tihe loss was partly
covered by insurance.
Alfred Norwoodi, the thief who
purloined Dr. Moore's horse and
buggy in Kershaw, about two weeks
ago, was arrested in Darlington
county, near Lydia, and carried to
Camden on Monday last. When
arrested he had' on the fine suit of
clothes which were stolen from Mr.
D. B. McLaurin's room at the
DeKalb House just a few days pre
vious to the stealing of Dr. Moore's
horse and buggy.
The new board of county comnmis
sionern of Lexington, met on Mon
day and organized by eleeting Mr.
Wmn. Mf..Johnson chairman, and Mr.
John Fox, secretary. No accounts
were allowed except for outside pan
pers and an account of the steward
of tihe poorhouse, which were paid.
T. S. Harman was re-elected steward
of the poorhouse. The bond of Col
lector D. I. Hendrix was approved,
and they adjourned to meet on the
first of next month.
On Wednesday night of last week,
John Smith, a young white man who
was convicted of highway robbery
at the late term of court, in Aiken
effected his escatpe from the jail by
digging through the brick wall with
an old iron bolt which he obtained
from The window. After effecting
his escape he furnished Adam John
son -with a small fle. -and saw, and
had not the jailor discovered the
p lot in time, Adam would soon have
The 7h'ue &foutlrorn of last week
says : "As will be soon by the ad
vertisement of J. B3. Johnston, coun..
ty treasurer, of Sumter he is ready
to receive taxes--ifteen mills for
the State and five mills for the
county. As the authority for the
collection of tlis ;tgx Qrigjnated in
the house presified 'over by E. W.
M. Mackey, and, which house was
declared .upconstitutional by - the
Supreie Qolft of the State, we do
not presmae that anyeperson atL all
acqwir4 W1thitlth facts wvill .pay
one cent ofJW' - Coes our esteemed
contempoter 6ixpect t~ ge pay for
the at~it g 4lt to arom~
Col. Pennington, of who hos boon
atationo I at Marion Cimrthoue wit h
, Com111mAmt( of I went v-fivo no!li-rt
for th ee lmoIftlwN put,' lert oil it
151.h, With his coman yN for 'ii
ville, N. U. Tetr'ysthat (,()
Pellington has ow hiiself at I
gentlemen as voll Ia; a aol Hot, and
hto iad hii fmily hIv rad m11m %
frionds ann; the bewd po ))l. of (
couanty. Ile col I.ud I li dCe Ipot
Otl themlselves weoll dturing; their 1atiy
:d no anxiety wasH felt oli t l(ir -t(
couint, except by tio colored puople,
who did not find in t.hem the friondo
and brothers theyexpoeted.
Court is now in mession in MAri'
boro. W. W. Sollors, P11;:q., I i rOW
solicitor, is in attondice, auntl by his
ability and energy has proven 'theat
by his election the Stali, will niffor
no detriniont and tito offendors will
be roporly prosecuted. Very little
civil biiness -will be transacted as
there tcoms to be a genoral desire
to postpone everything until our
Political affairs arle mo i3 * dth,. Puarin)".
this term of court Judg Town.-Atnd
vill hear argument upon the logali
ty of the election so far as county
officers are concerned, and will,
doubtless, render a spcody doeision.
Undtrthe hoad oi "WIittomoie .i.
for the week," the Tiamonsvillo
News gives a dozon instaine ts of
petty thof ts, robbe; ios, btorsie-stoal
ing and ineondiariso, wideh ccur
red in Darlingtou (ounu u riii , n! :i.
weok ending Tlaurlan tiso .
The numois of ito -arers f ant
burglary and the amomtt of their
losso are as follows :Rov. S. N.
Richardson, nine piuces of mle'4,;
W. -R. Davis, 600 pounds Ioi k ;mo .
P. Anderson, the pork anld lard from
five hogs ; Dr. J M. Byrd, "1I,0
worth of goods ; Mr. A. B. Bri?;tiw,
a silver Watch. Mr. ;J. h. coma-u ytV
had anl ox stolen from him. M'r.
John Harrington lost a. liorse. 'Tiat
store of Mr. Ralph Mciendon, at
Cartorsville, was dest.rnoy-Ol by tll
incendiary .ire on 14th, i;mitalt,'witl
its entire contents. Th.-e: hul... .a>
wero sloop)ilg inl tlio ut oro ':.!y
escaped wil i thoir lvei. M:.
McLeudon lost even hit -.aaok,. I n
Tuesday night the 16th, int~., t-o
negro rullians broko into 1I:o 1.r1l
lingof Mr. Joshua M orel l, Cf T im.
Ionsvillo, 111d 11mde a a d'maw a
atteihpt to assassinato anil rob iimn.
Mr. Morrell was awakeic I e::rly in
the night by the stamping sa ( 'dft in
the piazza. He starfiie-I 1a t up'',
b at before recovering Ii mel f ih door
was burst open ai the twao vilbii ,
entered, seized him by the 1.iA a'j
gagged and choked hini). Mr. MAor
roll grn.l'lletl width theiI, enl ste
ceedeal siovel'a tillie in removauting the
hantid from his tbroal, when Ie won'd
iolloo for help. Findin t: thV
had found more than t had 1IaJ 1:1t
g'ainod for. al oh y being
frightened at the sc ea. er .
Mlorrel and his wife, t bey i m Il
him loose anld rte Pat1 r. Ma r
rol1 w.onhtll h'av( :.h ; I' Ia i i L, a
wer t oca f-a- r-'n hea h - 4.c '
re'OveLi' EAli1.l it8'
Durl'ingty a h
MondayI a't emp' -.*' . .
tintho r fl'ott i t . .0i.I :.
nc'.os in longh.
WH~'AT IS VERTUi 2
[1. I, a~ com.pouind .t:tr''t 1 .~.t~1
roflaot (fat and 'er S ~a . It . :r , a' lu .''
the load. It qui--ts th,' '., rvoa-t '.m .
it gives 3'ou good. sweat --, -p tat 'ii'
It is 6 gre'at plaea.n faar ouri ;aged fpat w a
tid mfothears, for it'j~ gie tem tirat h
lhitet the'ir nerves tand ive t h- ma naa
t.ure'a sweaet saleeap -al as bntO n paro ."ve~ I,
ma.'ny an age'd ina rsonan. It is the-*', e t
Illaod P'uride'r. it is a aaoothing~'~ ram. .
for our chliIlren. It hras rdli'',-vd n'
euredl tho'tuads. I: i.s v'ery plenant. at
take ; eveary achildl likes it. it relies .s an
aturet atll diseasaes a'r iitat ing from1t impur
blood. Try~ the \ Eta hTIlNE. tive ion
fair trial fort your coma1i'ints t then' von
will say to your frienad, neaighblor aind ae.
quatanuco, "Tr'y it; it hats cured mtae."'
THlE BEST EVIDEIN:1..
The following laetter from R1ev. E. S.
Best, Pastor of the Ma. E. urcht ;, Nat it'
Masa., will bo read with g,- o at a a ..s
many phlysicianls; also tho ..2 t '.
from the samae dise'as' las a.tdic(ted' the1 son
of the Rovat E. 8. B1est. No )(''rsona ea.n
doubt this testimony, a'a tlaerii o t
aibout the curative power of' VEGETlIN;:
Dear Sir-We have gootd reason foir re
garding your VEGETINl E a a m,,piei ofI
the greatest value. WO f'eel aunsiredt that
it has been the maerans of saving. ourtl .an'.
life, .lHe is now sevent.en vama of age
for isa leg, cautsed by acrofatukaous atitestioan,
and was ao far reducead that neariv' alli
who saw him thaoughat is recovery inipos
sible. A council of ali physiciatns couild
give us but the famntest hlopo of his ever
rallying; two of the nutmber declaintg
that hie was beyond the reatch a f humaaan
remedies, that even amputation 'otiuld
not nave him. as he had not vi'gor
enough to c'Mure the operation. Jaust
them we eommeanced giving him 'Etul!..
TINE, and fromt that timec to thte prIesenat
he hats been continuouslyv imnproving'. lHe
has lately resumedt studie's, thrown atway
his crutchea and cane, andl walks aibott
oheerfully and strong
.Though there is still some dlistcharge
from the opening where his limb wats
lanced, we have thte fullest eon ildonce that
in a little time bo will be perfectly cured.
Hie han tatken about thtree dozen~ bottles
of VEGEINE, but lately uses but little,
as ho declares he is too well to be taking'
E. 8. RES~T.
Mita. L. C. 1F.1lEST,
U. 11. STEVENS, IEoston, Mass.
All Dru ggis's and Dca!6rs
o L WF a te O ii. .A' Sni j)ty l s w ith
g. atd tia1 - I1t s po 'llt i t.. J. . .
34u1r21 , N :4 , i .lins. Co., N. 1' .
I i''ith to 'tet ive i.nl In
.L Tie COp:irig BookI. Noprw
Vr Witter i I .(It. sampl w1 c ly
worth $30 free. S.nd strnyi fill.ei eobir.
(o . ('on . noofIetrid\1 'oNy ne,
'.u Mtdtision an.., 1 i earbornt 8i. 01,
CATT fN ALL! V.IY
iici i~4' r m :o11 44,1v .' t.-,v.
O n re3 pt o l3 4 ' io e 14''V . w,- w ill n11IC0
,11li, (p t .131 al!'t t e f o i (114 '4.i v '-:
of Jewet41t1ry,' 3miz: 4 p Llr it.. 1-(:1l ::4tI4
by nint S1 it 4tmA. , t o : :d, I W, :I.
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t IiI-'sI 4 i ' o - ilt t r I I-n i ;
tion34 to~ nr b'i . . w -hli llein
of vneh s 1n(1 j., iy atIow %v r -e- .
Send Iom.. al
Col.v m . i v irtadn iy, N. V.City,
tinilaites thw seer tive Jor( n i: pu ri
thI: philst 4' ' it t I e ti I' in111 xaI : *
and1 jai one. of It! e l Iu -st won I ' f. - t.I t N i c
Il4 inII vi.r. r wI n4- t; 1 own. I \v wil make
tihe Livr ne *wtive', I it4 Di z tio j,p -
Ite oo.1, re.,torc Vi'rt. .e4 i :
an'd i t. a c1 rt)i4 n r3 e4-A for all4 41 i' e-as : of
r t . t.. For
U. N Gi-a rc:Pos,7 Sixt-h'o n ,N..
With a Cold is Ahvnys D;.;eons.t
C M ' t! Tbt
a .sttrel re n s 1'10 11.r congs . ,ot i j yh
M Couo .\l n~Hn
to e u. osty i-inA.d:- noxrs.
Sby1( all o rrt 1; 1.. I
C. N. C rrr::Cra.s, 7 cixth A r . .Y
Ag to uy or W -
W Enby isit ANDr. to
and l''-wilng 1'rl ..O 11 1-' -. n
B.-. rSonl-eio & aIj
-1t d N'r.. c :ni :-o ,
yaitocoin OTTEa, . 0.
int"n voT-r- ,. 1 S- pt.
I la EL . P . : 1 . , !u v ,: , , fo.
u Sin 1nim 4l gi h
T*ni . .1e ", T r t. I u -. rot --
to p h-e a. u pi .' onL- ::
jTeat of t ean e- hi- y rra b id
AII Por~ouiM M a distanoo treated
by )4ti1 wit1i Porloct Succoss by do
D- Toned hwn manne of Inhaling,
(Send for- mir lnr'. will lienil Ifully lllustrmted
IM)'. OW flue t 14) Iidi (('S'.)
Ices v"'I 1)"3 reltehod,
!t lidi ('otarrltis an dis
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syl 111)0 11 s. I giarrt co a pierfect
cum.;E of Citttrrli.
Wily? forl. tie P.111o
F11 % R '4% ls:ll) 11.4 giveII it
I-ov. '' 4c lronchi
uI Tubies Ilrc sllljly
...1.] 1)1(1cilrs to clury
A~it[ to! tile;N. 1 11) ti)TUnS%
44' I1ii ' o 44111 14.4'LO ) id seitt, of tile di tM nfl4,
1 '.tlifIa!Iy1Y 10 Itista)4( and1 if 5-011 will foi
l' I41q. (tilL Iroot Lii lli o4w (ii) dilreCOtOiS,
1441.We K4.i4. aslIM10 e to
lup iL'()4(ui. i s.
(im 1.41 it cji 411)1L4 ion
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titi loll of I ho 11111cl03
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fail. ~st: 41.43 of%' y. n
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44 y i i.1424l o~i
of 41 I,'. -.4,'41lok (of
1) YVI 11 U 11 1. 1 4. Vi 11*I i.1 't'K (ILeisamof
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414m wik it-llie 141)1014.
LOW PRICES OF
1. F. Lootch & Co's.
EST line of N otious in the County.
Gonts' Furnishing Goods of best quality.
iBlankets, Shawls and Boulevard Skirts,
a. the luwest pricos.
Special attention called to the largest and
best selected 'tock of Kentucky
Jeans ever before offered
to the Fairfiold
Ladies' trimmed Hats in grcat vari ity
'ho above goods will be sold either at
Wholesale or Retail.
All goods offered low for CASH.
CALL AND SEE US.
W E DEFY COMPETITION,
R. F. Leetch & Co.
oot 3 1, in- P E r*'
I'~iahTER & BRI E
Mo4t I'e)ectf u Iy requf4 1t te
inspe-C icn (If 11he-ir cheap and
weli w *k: ted stock of
good:.., Which the y
any ls inas
Dehpartmoent is full and complete in
RUFF'!, R'ILK TIES,
T'andlk. eces. .. . ars Cuffs Ac., in
great va iety and e.1 ed remely low 1.rices.
AME RICAN DELANES,
Nice Dress Goods, colored and black
Alpuas, at prsices that defy comspotition.
DO MESTIC GOODS,
('onsi*;ting of Urown Hlomespun, Cheek
id I lome~spuns, D~enimas, Tlickings, Shirt
ins. Ac., at 1-rices to suit, the prieo of
A splendid lot of Jeans and C-issimeres,
Gets' and Boys Suits which they offer at
WVhito and Red Fhinnels at selling
A FULL STOCK OF
Gents', Youths,' Boys' anid Childrens
clothing ofacrery deseription.
THEIR LINE OF
Gents' Furnihing Goods is complete in
Yout'ss', Uc ya' and ihildren's Sh-os in
great variet), and at u.adenialy low
,Depart ment is full and complete, con.
mastlingof everything generally found in a
A NEW LOT OF
Good and cheap carpets just received.
Call and examhine be~fore buying
your goods elsewhere
e5. McMASTERh & BRICE.
$3,250.40 worth of space in various
newspapera distributed through thirty
States will be sold for 8700 cash. Accurate
insertions gntaranteed. A last of the
papers, t'ivbr. daily and weeky circula
tion arnd printed schedule of atee, sent
free can appliortfoa to GEO. P 1ROWELL.
A CO., Newaspaper Advertising Agents,
No. 41 areik Row, New York.
U. G. lESPORTES
CONCEDED to sell those Goods which
ho makes a spocialty lower than any other
ierchait in the city.
A fresh assortmont of Christmas Goode
just at hand.
French and American Candies.
Northern Apples, Oranges, Cocoannts,
A large aswortment of foreign and do
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
AV- Call and examine.
U. R. Flellitell
K EEPS constantly or. hand a full sup
ply of Choice FAMILY GROCERIES and
PLANTATION SUPPLIES. His stock has
recently been replenished, and he in now
ready to supply the wanta of all.
L IDD bRO1s.
WE have now completed one of
the best stocks o
BOOTS anud SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
IN THE COUNTY.
We will not be undersold. Let us
say, however, that our best
Calicoes are 10 cents a
yard. We catnnot
8011 them lower
and have a
uniform profit on all Goods.
OIVE US A CALL.
TO OUlR (OLOilED FRIENDS
As you have always put confi
dence in us, we will state that you
may depend on getting goods at a
regular oven price.
No baits held out to any oi.
'HE udersgned desire to remind
~Itheir old friends and customers and
the public generally that they are still to
be found at their old stand, with a full
Stoc't of Plantation and Pamuily Groceries,
Bo~ots, Shoes and Domestic Dry Goods Ac.
All of which they are ofToring at prices in
koeping with thec hard times and acarcity
of money. Give us a call and be convinced
of what we say,
N. B.--Those persons indebted to us are
hereby notilled to come forward and make
payment, at once, or they will find their
accounts in the hands of an officer for
collection. We need our money and must
nov 2 JOHNSTON & PET1TIOREW,
I OPPER for sale several tracts of land
located in different parts of this
Cnt. Terms accommodating.
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