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SATURIDAY, OCTOBliC 5, 1878.
Asso -late Rlt'hmIed Chu1tro-h-1ie..J
A. White, 11, A. M.
14piscopal Ch Iure]h-Rev. JT. Obear,
SelrVices ev'' Smtidy except the 2nd
Sunday of the m1onthi; at II A. M.
Prtesbyterianl Chiurch-liev. IH. 13.
Pratt, 11 A. m . and 8 1. r. SuInday
School 9 1A. :N. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday 8 v. r.
MethItodist Chur-cli-Iyev. W1. A.
Rowers, 11 A. 31. ald 8 1.. m. Sunday
School, 10 A. it. I'rayer Meeting on
Thursday a.8 i,. :Nt.
Baptist Church-The Rev. T. W.
Miellichami vill lecture this afiernoonl
at 4 o'clock, and preach to-morrow at
11 'cloek, A. M.
During the month of September
Over* seveiteenl liitidred bales of cot.ton
-were shipped from Winisboro. This
Now that the priliarlios are over, we
hopo that Our numllerolus subscmribers
-will remember that small bill they owe
W'J' Letter-hieadls, oftinte paper, 1' prtinit
cd to order, cal be hd at t his olice at
the low price of five dollars per thous
Friday, was grenllyIIN observed as aI
fast day ill Winnsboro. BivIcuess was
partially Suspended, and the sehools
Col. h'los. V. Ilolloway, seereftary
of' the State Agricultural aid Mechanli
cal Society, will accept our thanks for
a complimentary ticket to the Fair in
We 11 must get u1) count y cavass,
and have a long pull, a si-ronl<" pull
and a pul iltogellier. Trlhe Rtads are
working secretly, anld will spring
a ticket when they se' tlhe opportu ity.
FreeSh/mde,,11id<lesex Co., Varr.
Ilavi n1g used Dr. I 1ull's laby- Sy rup1
inl my .Inily with the greattst degree
of satisfitet ion, I 1unlesit at i ngly recOm1
med it as the best, remedy that I know
of, For chlildrenl. TI'los. Y. L.vWSON.*
A Num-w Loco.mo-riv,._-l'hie Colutm
bia Reg,.,is/er says: "The finizhing
touches are being put upon a magi;i
cent engine, the 'Lexington,' at the
machine shops of the Charlot te, Columi
bil and Augusta Railroad. The ma
chine wIas entirely built at the shops
of that road."
Thie many friend of the Rev. V. E.
1hB2ggs vill bil delwighted to learn that
bt 111 alnd hi.8s- 1'. r w I aIre recoveringlf
from the yellow fever ill Memphis.
As inl the Cholera epideiic inl that
fated city, so during the II prsentt
plague, Mr. Rocggs reminied at his
p)ost, and1( was miost as5siduious in his
otillees to the sick, Ile was str'ickeni
downt, but it is believed lhe wyill be
sparedt for further usefulnecss.
'Tho Edisto (Orantgehurg) Clarion
rasps somte Of its candidates b)ecause
they (1o not take their coutit y paper.
The (i/arion is right. No mmani ought
to ruin for' oflice who has to borrow his
nteighbhor's paper1 to see whten meneting?s
ar'e held or wvhien thle elect ion is to take
lace. And( ats lie is the noincuie of
the piarty, thme paptler, thr'oug;h party
feallyv, mutst adlvance his clatims wvhen lie
makes no ret urn to it. *We hope those
fellowvs saw the point and subiscr'ibed
to the~ Clarion at once. Itf not, there
need be few teat's it' they be beaten.
cut of' Education Hugh S. Thompson
recently addressed an earniest letter to
Dr'. Scat's, the tr'ustce of the Peabody
School Fund, asking for a liberal ap
prpria'tioni for' the benefit of publllic
schools in South Car'olinar for' thle en
stung'year. Dru. Sears has r'eplied in
subs)tanice that in conisequience of cer
tain losses recently sustained by the
Futnd, the appr)iop)riattioni for this State
imoxt year will not exceed $3,500). 'The
result of this coi'iespondence is miade
public in order that persons interested
may be informed beforehand, and tht
niogrounmds may be left tfor futuro mis
appr'ehiension on thtis imptLotan.mt sub
Cow.UMrA Do-rs.-Anthony Burn'ms,
thte color'ed minIister' and ex-conutty
commilissioner', who i actused of' muri
der'ing his wife, has returned to Colum
iit andi( bhas sutrt'ender'ed htimselfto the
shtorifi'. le asser'ts his innlocentce of tho
ct'ime wvithi whichi lhe 18 charged.
Thte Typ)ogr'aphlical Union ot' Colum
bla. have contributed hantdsomoly to
the f'ever' sr Yerer's of' the Southwcst.
Chief R adclifre's atter' tion was called
to a but iln thte lowei' cend of thte city on
'Tcsdaiy, occupliedl by four colored
people-a mnother' and three children.
Otno of thle latter w~as dlead, and the
r'emtaining two clhildren'Ol and1 tho mnother'
wver'e down with wvhat tihe mnothoer
called chills and t'ever', bitt whichi the
doctors p)rontountced remittent fever.
Ther'e was iio monoey or' provisions it
the house, and te child( had been dead
for twenty-four houtrs.
- Wpilo'hire' J. jiI Sygerg; a ma
chtintinidyed'at the sThops of the
Charlotto, Columbia and Augusta Rail
roadl, wuis 6'zukaged in polishing some
wachinery on 'Wednesday, the lathe
wih which ho, was working slipped a
bad andid broke his right ar iit two
Sam Wriiht, Sent to the penienltiary
from Mar1-ion coulity, lmile his escape
'imll the Solilh Carolina Pelivtenlia-ry
about -1 'clovk (m I fesday afternlool;,
ri-ml Il le ri vr side of, Il le ison141 . IIe
AVats ilnmedi.a%tely purui, uidl, auter
somno tr-oulble, uaptured inl t Saud
11ills while naking his way home.
W E aro pleased to annorneo to the
buyors of Winnsboro and the County,that
we are now receiving one of tho largest
Shoes and Boots,
Hats ilnd Caps,
Ever of'ered in this market.
It shall be our aim, as heretofore, t
sell as low as the lowest.
In short,we don't intend for any one to
go away from Winnsboro to get cheap
goods. Call and examine our
BARGAINS 1 BARGAINS
~ 1ORt the Iext, twenty days may be had
at the formerstore of Sol. Wolfe. The
beautiful stock of
w'ill be sold1 regardlless Of cost, as money
must be0 raised.
july 305. S. WOLFE.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
WINNSBOlIO, 8. C.
Boots and Shoes
From IRunning over,
88oaiREg Ofi ouRthe 108
ad Ripping in the
THE PAPER TO TAKE.
ENTERPRISING I RIELIABLE I
THlE CHRONICLE & SENTINEL,
TWO PAPERs ONSOLIDATED March 18, 1877
rPIHE CHRONICLE & CONSTITUTION
LALIST, (Daily, Tri-Wookly and Weak.
ly,) the only morning paper published in
the city of Augusta, and the only paper
receiving thetolographic dispatches of the
Now York Associated P'ress. The only
morning paper published in Eastern
Georgia and Western South Carolina.
Offers greater advantages to advertisors
t,han any paper in the South.
The Chronicle & Constitutionalist is
Demnooratio in politics, but peurfeetly in..
dependent In is comments upon mon
and measures. Its opinions upon all
important mnattera are fearlessly exp)ress
ad, and resolutaly maintained. During
tho comning winter special correspondents
in Washington, Atlanta and Columbia,
willkeep our roadors iulty informed of
the proceed ings of Congress and of the
Legislature, of Georgia and South Care
lina. Its Commercial Reportsm are care
fully compiled, and are ful1 and accurate.
Now is. the time to subscribe.
Daily, $10 per annum ; Tri-Weekly, $5;
Weekly (a mammoth sheet) $2, cash in
advance. Each edition Bent free of post
WALSH & WRIGHT,
July 14-if Managers
Atteitioin, Teachers and PI31IentS
S'NIIH following popular sohool books
have been adopted for use in tho
schools of South Carolina for five years,
as will be shown by th official letter from
Suporiitendent Thompson publishled
STATE OF SOUTH CAlOLINA,
OFFICE OF STATE SUPT. OF EDUCATION,
CoLUMIA, S. C., Sopt. 25, 1878.
'ArT. RODElRT E. PAUx, General Agent
For Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co.,
Dear !'-:-It givos mno pleasuro to in
form y t t'iat the State Board of South
Carolin L ..%o a-lopted the following text
books oL 'our sories for use in the public
schools of this Stato for tho ensuing five
wINTON'S Introductory. Exchange.
Word Primer - - 13 0()
Word-Book or Speller - 15 11
Word Analysis - 24 18
Primary U. S. History - 48 35
Condensed U. S. History- 75 65
Outlines of History - 1.20 88
Progressive Tahlo Book 13 09
Arithmetic - - 15 11
Arithimctic - - 24 18
Rudimits of Written
Arithmetio - - 27 20
Arithmetic - - 57 42
Arithmetic - - 82 60
Primary Dictionary - 45
Common School Dictionarv 67
High School Dictionary - 91
Academic Dictionary - 1.55
to clums of six - 9.00
HUGH S. THOMPSON,
Stato Superintendent of Education,
These books can be obtained of Messrs.
MeMASTEAl & BRICE, Local Agents,
Winnsboro, 8, C., at above rates, for the
space of ninety (ays.
re Our co nplete Introductory Cata
logue, giving speeial prices of all of our
plblications, will bo forwarded on appli
ROBERT E. PARK, General Agent.,
oct I-tf Macon, Georgia.
J. M. BEATY'S.
hav just returned from Nowv
York, and am opening daily a
varied stock of
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SH OES,
My Friends are Invited to Call.
I again call the attention of the
public to my stock of "Bay State"
s tandatrd scre'd and wire
sewedl Boots and shoes.
Every p)air guaran~
toed to give
sept 26 J. M. BEATY.
New Summer Cook.
p4m DOES NOT HI EAT THE HOUSE.
Perfect for all kinds of Cooking and Heoat
Always ready and reliable.
The most satisfactory Stove made and the
.m Send for cireulars.
WHITNEY & HALL MF'G. CO.,
j aly 27-Iy 123 Ohestnut St., Phila.
4 00 Bushels . whito Kentucky Rlyo
40 buIshls edus-Pro Oats,
For sale low.
sept 25-1m W. lR. DOTY & 00.
C ALL~T at J. M. BEA TY'S for all kinds
of Chewing Tobacco. Durham's and
ether kinds ef Smoking Tobacco, low for
500 oe Cas Cotton for sale.a6
July 27 P. '. McMASTER & CO.
RE LIEF FORl '
PLAIN TALK AND TRUTH, I
rTHE people of Fairfield and adjoining
.Lserved. Dry Goods and Wearing Appa
peculiar business advantages in trade, I aL
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BC
at figures as low as the lowest retail doaler
less than most of the Country Merchants oo
Goods and Pric s s peak for themselves.
Being at very little expense in Winnsbor<
ness facilities from a life-time avocation wit
through which I am supplied, at Manufactu
challenge the retail dealers of the iurroum
the same goods. rie- T'E AUGUSTA ST
in Tau NEWS AND HErALD, so as to astoniat
mention all the bargains, in detail, in an o
Come and see for yourself, and be cons
JOHl\ L. 1l IMNA
PRICE THIRTY DOLLARS.
K ILL AD WINTEIt OlF
i J. 0. BOAG, 2
. GRAND WINNSBORO DRYGOODR, FAN
CY GOODS AND MILLINERY H
A Bogs leave to say to his cus
W tomors and all others in need e
of Goods that lie is again pre.
M pared to show them one of the
0 largest and best assorted stock o
EDry Goods, Fancy Goods and M
that he has ever exhibited. W H
E-' are receiving goods daily. -
Every department will be 0
p kept full of desirable and
and buyers may confidentl3
rely on getting their goods not M
only at low prices, but of the 9
most desirable quality that the 0
Shas engaged the services of aO
rfirst-class Milliner, who will as- H
sist her in her department, and O
who will take pleasure in pleas
Hing the most fastidious tastes. uo
fo the celebrated and most re
Sliable paper patterns--But- E
O terick's--for Laadies, Misses and
A full and complete line of
Gents', Ladies', Misses' and
Z FAMILY GROCERIES,
SCheese, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack ,
eror, Maccaroni, Spices, Can- W
O dies, Tobacco, Cigars,--in fact 0
* you can find anything you want
Oat J. 0. BOAG'S as low as the 2
a same goods can be bought any - 0
o wvhere. H
sept 27 J. 0. BOAG.
UIPTO THE MARK.
- am now receiving one of the largest
and best selected stocks of Groceries,
ines and Liquora ever offered in this
market-consisting in part of Sugars,I
Coffees, Bacon, Lard, and over 'thing
usually found in a First-Class (rocory
WINES AND LIQUORS
are of the finost--Kentuelty and Vir
ginia brands. The greater part are
straight goods (that is, direct from the
Distillery) whioh I warrant pure in every
respect, at from $l.50 to $10.00 per gallon.
Give ime a call,
sept 10 . 1. J. MoOARLE4~Y.
Fre'sh Urackers ! Fresh Crackers
JUST. ARIVI D.
1 hbl. Ginger Snaps,
1 " Pearl Oyster,
1 " Niok Naok,
1 " Plain Soda,
1 " Cornhill
1 " Butter,
sept 12 J. F, MoMASV'ER & OQ. .
FRESH Oheese and%Oruoeker, at
'11 V PEOPLE!
'OR THE COUNTRY'S GOOD I
o~EJO, S. c.
counties desire what they have long do.
col at live and lot live prices. From my
a prepared to furnish you with
IOTS SHOES, HATS, ETo.,
in Carolina or Georgia, and at prices
n buy them. Give mo a onll, and lot the
and possessing the m9st valuable busi.
i the best and largest hoiuAes in the laud,
rers' Cash Pricos, freight only added, I
ling country to soll under my figures for
ORE will lead off with ScheduTe Prices
the natives. It would be impossible to
inced of )ny "Live and let Live Prioes,
LUG H, Proprietor,
'WINNSBORO, Z. .
ND inspeot the largest and best se.
looted stock of goods in Winnsboro;
which we guarantee to sell at the lowest
Our stock comprises a full line of
Gonts' Ftrnishing Goods,
CASSIMERES I CASSIMERES I
From the celebrated Charlottesville
Salem Jeans, Kerseys, Tweeds, Satinets,
A large and varied assortment of Hats
Clothing of all kinds and at all prices.
Best and cheapest stock of Boots and
N. B.-We would calA special attention
to our large and varied assortment of
Hamburg Edgings and White Trimmings.
y. F. McMASTER & CO.
yE ARE now opening one of the
largest stocks of
ever offered in this market.
have been very carefully selected
and we simply request an inspection
before purchasing elsewhe'ro. We
propose selling them at a "short
profit" and don't intend to be un
dersold by anybody, anywhere. We
call special attention to orasr
ment of r sot
and other LADIES' GOODS.
We think we have the best stock
of GENTS' GOOD8 in the market.
CLOTHING~, HATS, SHIRTS,
and all kinds of Flannel Underware.
In domestics we are full up,
Money will be saved by an exam1i~
nation of our Jeans and Cassimeres.
SHOES I SHOES I I S1HOES 111
Best Shoes at lowest prices'
Soct 1 MMASTER & BRI0E,4
All 0upreIsa thp sothe
plesaand Price L4st,
V. 1tICBARDS) & #30.
oct 27- &uugta,~t ,