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ing is the schedalo of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad:
Going South. oing North.
Leave Blackstook, 3.15, p. M. '2.15, P. M.
" Winnsboro, 4.02, P. m. 11.26, A. m. C
t Ridgeway, 4.38, P x. 10.52, A. M. t
NIGHT PAs NNG1!!.
Going South. going North.
Leave Bflaekatlo' 2 i,. M.' ',.03, A. IK.t
"$ Wiaboro, 1.14, A. m, 1.14, A. M
" Ridgowy, 1.49, A.'11. 12.30, A. u. t
The night trains meet at Winns
Associate Reformed Church
Rev. J. M. Todd,"11 A. x., and 7}
Methodist Chrch-Rev. W. A.
Rogers, 11 A. m., and 7 P ir. Sun -
day School Att 10 b'alock. Prayer
Meeting Thursday'at 7 P. at.
Epliscopal Ohurch-- Rev. J. Obear,
services every Sunday ex3ept the
2nd Sunday of the month; at 11
o'clock A. M.
The governor has pardoned L.
Cass CarpenLr.j Ri4 E lkceenlyf.a 2
action meets with almost universal i
approval ain6ho th, people.
P ~soin.,-WK h&v6 had the I
pleasure of a call from Dr. T. C.
Robertson, of Rock Hill, and Mr.
M. C! RobQAtsQn, 10 iColumbia-.
both fermi'a'eqIdentssolf ur' t6wni. t
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way, is the duly authorized agent of
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October 5, 1876.
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May 9, 1877.
May 16, 1877.
May 23, 1877.
May 80, 1877.
July 11, 1877.
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2ORE LEO XIII.
Circumstances of his Election-- -A
Sketoh of the New Pontiff.
The cable tele ranys, un lr date
of Februaiy 20,' ivO ;the idllowing
account of the recent election of
the new pope :
The smoke ,of buinfig b'allote
having been seen at 12.80 p. mn. to
day, the crowd before the vatican,
thinking the ballot was again with
out result, had almost dispersed,
when., et,4 5 p. m ,10ardinal Qatori
ni a) >yeare in the grand gallery of
the Va icani B~~Ialica, and announced,
in the dustoinary formdtla, CdrdinalI
Peeci's hucession to -tihe Pal~cey.
The few bystanders .cheered most
enthusiastically, and a, large crowd
soon asspmbled, densely throngng,
the open sade" before jhe' Vatiban
and the' hproiehe's therdte. 4t
4.80 p. mi.,be newly blected Po e,
surrounded by all the Qardinals, ap a
peared in the inner gallery of t e
Biasilica. The ci'owd vociferousy
shouted "Long live the Pope 1'
The Holy Father at length inade a
signal for silence, then intoned' the
JBeniediocke and pronouncedabe
diction.. After this the ched!if
was renewqe giggijng~d upil thei
The circumstitiessi dthe iledt6n
are as follows : At the morning's
ballt, Mdigagegregy ,ijr-.
bysi voes w 0 a fdb 6f
the requisite Wtwo thirds majority.
When the voting was finished anid
the papers were -retiurhedj rdinal
Franchi and those holding the spmjre
views with h~im adyvapced an kri let
before CarMull' .'"ThW z 'le
being followed by gi e - ,Qajia
Pecci's election Was a o~c
by the ipetlhodnwn as" y dora
informed the 15 itla't h i
to present hiea
francs ase i nati tA
Peter's 94i~ tl Fr n
Episcopate. As soon as the result
of the ele6id& 0ddenfexfiWE,4he
diplomatic corpawenttQ theYmtegi
to congratula T he
until't Q/ L ~ ~ f
vails everywhere. hbusA
The folio n ds~bibf~eketeh of.
the life,dl$ ' ' r ~ t
Grouvacehine - .'o 2
?erouso and Papal C)hamborlain. I
le is one -of- -the two - candidatesI
tpop wvhon: -ithe mqddrate ayt
ested their hopes of poace a.good
vill in the future adjustment of
iolieate an d difficult relations be-'
ween the tempoiral and the occlesi
stical power, both in Italy and
hrougi ut lurope, Cardinal Fran
hi being the owier. He is known
o considler unfortunate the position
if the chureia in Italy, as the result
If misinanagewent, and to lelieve
here is ho ndoessity for conitinuing
he strife. Peisonally he is desctibed
1H, thin, arietocrLtic in appea.rA nce,
arrying himself with great digrity.
lis voice is disagreeable but po)weL,
ul. While simple- in manners, he
nvest his offi6e- Wiith pomp and
plendoi beyond that shown by
ther Cardinals in public. He wap
leeted Bishop. of Beringia, January
.9, 1846, and created Cardinal
)aetnber 19, 1858. He is spoken
>f as a :1pan of high intellect of a
vell tried and energetic nature.
Iis Holiness has made not only 'an
xcellent bishop, but realized the
ype of a perfect cardinal. As an
dministrator he managed to clear
lenovento of smuggling and biig
ndage,'as well as of the dinderhund
ntrigues of the party of the nobility.
Ls a man of intelligence he does noti
'egard with such a bessimist eye ats
uis eolleagues the reciprocal rela
ions of the church and society. 10.j
tas evidently found a solution in his
>wn mind fok existing and eventual
lifficulties. His position as Camner
ingo (chamberlain) was certainly
iot'favorable to- bisichanb6 oe didc%
ion to the Papal throne;, bit he
>ceupied it so short a timfe that' he
ias not had tinte to cre-tte any jeal
>Usies or enni.ties.
Y virtue ot a nd'ry oA autions Itone
direciate,' %Vill omf~ lo, sae, before
he eourt-houso door, in Winuboro, on
be first %londay in Miar&h next, within
ie legal hours of sale, for cash. the
>0 Wing- described real estate, viz: 'I
All that pieco, parcel or tract of land
eing and situate, in the county of Fair
Leld and State of. South Carolina, and
>artly in the town of Winnsboro, - con
ainingTWLNTY-sX Ac3s, more or less,
)ounded orq the west by la , belon
ag to JAitns B. M :(3%nts, o0i0 'he soue6
>y'lOts lately belugilig td J4. HeAsie
Praser, on the north by the public roa.d
mading out of the town of Winnsboro to
Uncaid's wridge, and on tl1e east by
ion Church and Oarden 'Street, in the
own of WinnAboro, levied'.upon -af the
)roperty of Jno. A. Frasor, at the suit of
). W. Tidwell, Executor, and ithors vs.
" 8S- Ilip
Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
Vinnsboro, S. C..
ob M f I 8.
EED, ONION SETS,
$25 0 wort fgarden soedj.st r,
eived at reduiced prices for c ha h
)rug Store of a-4
Jan 31 Rtf. W,'g. Zfw
Egg I1"q4o C ristmas
MHE uund 'gned eggie
.l.the atten nof t t4p~ of a
beld to the t'ethat h~ *is'( ul Atool 0
he fianest LI ORlS a~ nt
o, andgaar nteestt pwr~ every
bhipu , go d a(l
ty ,WI jy, genuine .. O kAple
uVhske, genum..e Stone fio ntamn, 8ou
~fash'orn Whiskey, kenut03 e"auelb
ils & Co., (Chamnpagne, line Pale Table
4 *&yi en 'afull stock of all Domestlo
riuors, Wines, Ales, Cigam, Tobacco,
Pies &c., .1, ..AIWCJ.
IlH 'has removed his Booet
I and Shoe Manufactory to a few doors
riends and customers. He has lowered
he jiee of all kinds of work in 'his
FI( French Calt Skin Boots to $10.
Shoes from $?O1t
)meoding aJg~Iy at,
a~ & 3. OLENfl)W INS.
D6 ol& eeiifdt3 k.
ed ohdii idhdoet #
Use in Nrr " " SD hNo
are b.1i Y eg i Yjl" . t~ia ol q
F1i U6e ntbr, ' uri 'bv all other
rcno a :64 bined. ItJ 4giocess id
Geor a4& other :tis : is . e
vond', We'iont ,n , tlit 2.i7411eft I
physiAQ 'opsh s ' rtiii
from wViN every;h rd r in h
the proprietor. e The l jttpaAqojnQtf, pypql'i
pent me10izttl nen,ig at U n .bobalf.ot'
this yoni 16ful onijiipoun nd- the moqt
1CCessful miotItionor W 7 1 If wo
men suaffor hereattr it will be their own.
fault, FOrnle Regulatgr is. proparod anil
sold by J. Brad field, Atlanta. Ga., and
for talt by Dn. , I._ ". Prico $1.50
per lodt't1-J. : .
feb1-li2w -- .
A graded'aIh ol iin the En4..
lisb 4xhieulmo ad Aritlhmetio,
for w iiwgen .thu
ites 'ofsix R 071een yearo,
College, as folio"Ns:
For the'prinfary.depart eg~t-einbracing
childre,' ii priiary. gaa i :as the
third reader a0 the 1lIi.)n , onl tabl o
1-und Mie Bh ine'nt ii lock n.ih.
on Mohtaiy.next. .
Girls of highqr grnda Rba4the pritmary
doi0 at ienit will repo4& 0Abaftn place
and hour on I1'nosday. I J.
Pi1l1a ' Influin asagens, ib'r Matie
matis and11 Sciencet, til i wlih sipapi A
over sixtee -yearK ytge, willimako
special application to Mr. Davis.
0. It. ' 1, .0.$,
TOTAL AB8TINENCE SUING WINE TILLT
There is a cnrious story abot oatne native
wines which are extensively advertised nowa
days, and have on rqceut een put porn
the market. DkI. Underhill ;'t well-known
grape-grQwer of,Croton'Point1 (lied in: z87r.
Some of his heirs entertained tcmperance,
views of such extreme kind, that they were
unwilling to allow the. tock'ef wines hen on
hand t be sol4 or :bore to be nmade.
The grapes have s btincs' &'b sent to
market, and sometimes lo&tonadeca-y' 0on
the vines. It is only now that the other heirs
have,sMcDA elicr1 dij.4a q~t;lent
of the estate at4 lthp s.1 ines on
hand. Among these is ih vintage
of x864j:dy p~edasa"vt no:r,
but suggesting the Imperial Tokay more
than any other Europepn-w ne, and being
wholly unlike any other win 'of. American
grow . Its purit age and meltd ness are
remarkable, and >th physicians, nd iIne
fanciers have a $peciqf,;is Crt ir'ali a3 the
oldest native wint novije 1C any' con
siderable quantitis. Th wo isin the
hands of the wer -known wholesale grocery
house of ,the Thiuberp.-N, -Y, 'ribunc,
Nov. r9, 1877.
The above opoaks for Itself, bit we would
add (hat this is the purs jice jftud grape,
neither druggd, r / , ngr d,-4hat it
has been rpened ald elloWadb agea and
fomedicinal o aramenthlip >oses tit is
usurpassqd. I can be obtain d rom Inost
of the leu .ng1Dru gistd hrdaihout the
1/nied Stac's, and .whdlesaja frorp the
uridersigned wfo will ipra Res ptive
pamphlet. f charge, on applicatlon.
H. K. & F. B. TI(U9BER'&CO.
West Bntudway, Reada and Hisjon Stse4s
3Y virtuoe of an execution' to meo di
.2 reeted, I wvill offer for salo' before the
court-houso door in WVingaa ,soch
first Mondiu M arph n x~thi ithue
legal hsourg qjeI,,tothe higetblidder,
for CAsu, the following desoribed personal|
and read e taste viz:
Oke Aori lhorse, on e black Mule, an d
Tw~e oi of .Iandl, b'dinded by
Israel. Byrd,,Jzo.. Hiarri8 and -the publid
road clead ing fr9ui Ijiig 'd'yt 1LUrdgo to
tho town of W~innasboto, iei gon as
the proportvy of John David, deeased, at
the suit of Aiay Hays -
V S. W. RUFF
Shoriff'n Qfiioe,. 8 c
WVinnsboro, S. C.,
Februatry it, 1,878.
BD vite ranoxeuio to i i
dourt-houso door in Winnshoro, within
the legal hiouyra of sale, a the first bAon
scibed&l g e
All tht ecractY . d
being andl situate, in the county of Fair
field, andl b)oundotd by lands of JTamos B.
Mc~sants, the Shsad' PWoo ansi the Ruff
pleoe, said tract containing TWO HUNDnED
pp suvnorY Acas~s, more or less, levied
H.a .ri Au' fn~l
8. WV. IRUFF,
$heipjQ ,tes ,) -; ha goy
Y virtue of an oxoq uti n to ? di
yectod~ ,L Willffa 'A164 lJdfbt-b the
cogirt-house door, in Wannasboro, on the
first Monday .,rh~~, 0rtiln the
legal hours of'u ~ othe igheaf, bidder
pe t4ci *I:i au-u .w) ip
0no lot of land being and situate iv
thi throe Tet wide, by Otieundro
wept by A. P. Miller on the north by
ty~f P. Jenkins, at the suit of Jamies R.
~..4.W, R FF,
'I )hed 'm$j wA
DOWN WITU 1
O3.<3. Fath.ei' Tixn.
A NUMTTBR ONI R1ICLF.
O WNG to dull Ii ties an11 !reat e h ri n
reduce the prico of ouir Eight 11.:him
'IIlEE IDOLLARtS sent, to aNy a lIthrss it
xp1ese to the purelmser - each'a.1 uery I
nly remains good for sixty daiys from di
wn inuitifituture. Now is the time to seou
Nor. '1 IIE JsTsrnTc-rioN.-- Clocksi ciI b
if purchaser aro not satifsied. Givo full
tud neairos6 Exprori ofleO-as we Fiend gc
mniner to send itinney, is by Post Oillco
Post Oflico dep mrtment deliver register
ily ro8ponsible pmrties-consequently th
our Clocks. Addressi all orders to
fob 19 -2t L. FRYElR & CO,
DOWN! DOW X I
N ORDER TO MAiKE EXTEN
sive changes in our storo, and to
ot money to pay our debts, wo
>ffr goods LO WEl than they can
b)e bought anywhoro in the State.
LOOK AT TITIS!
'he very )est Calicoes, Of cts.
Kentucky Je'ans, from 12. cts. up.
Lace Handkolrchiefs, 25 to 35 ets.,
cost 75 cts.
Plain Handkerchiefs, 8 cts., up.
Boulevard Skirts, $1.00, good-cost
India Rubber Shoes, Ladies', 60 cts.
"1.. " Mon's, 75 cts.
Other Shoes equally low. Olothing
and Hats at and under cost.
Our mark is, ALY CURETON
...... .. .. ...........
We give this, so that you can see
ror yousdlvna th6 cost of goods.
All goods not closed out by
Bat'nrday, the 24t'h, will be sold at
CIARLESTON, S. O.,
Foldifd 'NNN DOMESTIC
TILUbWARE, Ouiery, Guns, Sad
dL ry, Bar Ion aigdflow Stool, Cuounm
A BANKS' SCALES.
Agents fomf80outh Catrolina for the
Patent Stedl Barb ,Fencing, and the
celebratodl FarmnEr's Triend Plows, one,
tw~o and .three horse, at reduod prices.
J berat Te'ms to the Trade.
Large assortimolit of Agrfoultural I.
ploma~nt,." A klenitui'a Steels a spo'odity.
B~u11 Ti~,gnosj~urn -Shovels,' Soobters,
Sw'cops, lleel JBolts, also, rough stool
8 rS~e~r or iuli,
:ft All dcit'esalial roe' prcmmpt
mnd careful attoention.
80fli W'2 rvuI
0 ofmes-G., McCot1 oittor..
T EST Dff G64d4g/ls4 T E6S$uth
.Alloexpos fr his'Al where the
11G ' PRICES.
3 onneng~.t at z.ae
IC 12 L'7O(K FOR $3.
'in in vahteic, wo havo determined to
Tirty Ilour .ilem Win ling Clock to.
lhe United States by express FinEE of
' ,ek Irto raedfor Iwo yrars. This offer
to of this paper. The Cloek are our
r a good Clock for albost nothing.
returnedI and moley will be refunded
1111m, Post Office, County and iState,
ods exclusively by express. Tho safest
money ordor or registered letter. The
letters or money on money orders to
is would be the safest way of ordering
"lock Manufacturers, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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