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THURSDAY, NOVEMWBER 21, 1878.
RAILUOAD ScIEDULE.-The follow
ing is the present schedule of arrivals,
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
DAY PASSENGER--GOu90 NORTH.
Columbia - ~ 1.45 r. x.
Blytiewood - - 2.41 "
Ridgeway - - 3.03 "
Winnsboro - - 3.35 "
WoodwardWs- - 4.10 "
Blackstock - - 4.15 "
Chester - - 4.46 "
DAY PASSENGER-GOING SOUTH.
Chester - - 12.47 r. K.
Blackstock - - 1.16 "
Woodward's - - 1.21 "
Winnsboro - - 1.56 "
Ridgeway - - 2.26 "
Blythewood - - 2.44 "
Columbia - - 3.25 "
NiGHT PASSENG1R-GOING NonTH.
Columbia - - 11.10 P. M.
Winnsboro - - 12.43 A. 31.
Chester - . 1.48 "
NIGHT PA8SENGER-GOING SOUTH.
Chester - - 2.20 A. M.
Winnsboro - - 3.30 "
Columbia - - 4.59 "
The night passenger stops only at
the following stations: Charlotte,
Rock Hill, Chester, Lewis', Winus
boro, Columbia, Ridge Spring, Tren
ton, Graniteville, Augusta.
Sheriff's Sale-S. W. Ruff.
p -Notice to Creditors-O. R. Thomp
Consumption may be prevented by
checking a cough or cold in time, and
nothing equals Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup for throat and lung affections.
Price 25 cents. *
An honest man has been called the
noblest work of God. And the man
who pays for his paper these hard times
is specially honest. But what shall be
said of those that don't pay?
LECTURE.-Wc are requested to an
nounce that Dr. J. M. Trotter, agent
of the Virginia Emigration, Immnigra
tion and Manufacturing Association,
will deliver a lecture in the Thespian
Hall this evening at seven o'clock.
Subject-"Tho History of Man, Illus
trated by Phrenology.
A MISTAKE.-It has been stated that
but one company-the Lee Light In
fantry, of Chester-entered for the
prize drill announced for the recent
Agricultural Fair. This is altogether
a mistake. The Gordon Light Infantry,
of Winnsboro, formally entered the
lists, and had been drilling constantly
for some time, in preparation for the
contest, when they were informed by
the Fair authorities that no prize would
be offered. We are informed that the
Ninety-Six Rifles also entered, and
that the Lee Light Infantry went to
Columbia purely for a pleasure trip
and not to contend for the prize.
Tm.x GREAT LONDON SuOw.-This
well knowni circus and menagerie will
exhibit at Winnnsboro on Wednesday,
the 27th inst. The circus has exhibit
ed all over the Union, everywhere re
ceiving high. compliments from the
press. Speaking of it, the New York
Daily News says :
But what would the great show be
without a rider, like G ormnan, or a
juggling equestrian artist like Pauline
Lee, or, above all, without equestrian
wonder-workers like Madame Dock
till and Francesco Brown? No one
could Imagine such proficiency as these
artists have attained. Madam Dock
rill performs miracles that perhaps
some day in the Inconceivable futture
of an unmanageable arena, spectators
may regard as we now regard Madame
DockrillI, wvho gracenXilly manages
four horses amid the astounding acela
mations of Incredulous crowds. And
there is F'rancesco Brown, whose home
is now on Ils steed, and whose great
eat ambition Is to excel the world in
demonstrating the performance of im-.
possibilities on all parts of the availa
blhe equine exterior. These, however,
are not one-half of the wonnders per
formed here. It Is the most remarka
ble and perfect show of its kind of the
THE GALLANT GORDON.-Speaking
of the recent re-election of Gen. John
B3. Gordon to the United States Senate
from Georgia, the Columbia Register
says: "Next to the success of our own
loved Hampton, there is no news that
could be received by the people of
Carolina that could be more gratifying
to them than that which tells of the
gallant Gordon's endorsement by his
people. As ajTnited States Senator,
with a record as a-wrarrior and statee.
man which has become a part of the
history of this country, lhe had nothing
to gain, but all* to lose when he
chivalrously came to the aid of this peo
ple two years ago when they were in
the very throes of death, and by his
counsel and .hia powerful influence
abroad rendered theni such magnifi
cent and tInely aid. All Carolina
rejoices over hIs success, and -it- wilL
rbe the beatinal prayer of every true
Carolniaivntomnight thab. the *greab
Senator from our sister State of
of tho peerless Bayard% of Delaware,
mayre lan to hoana, hi State mi
his eOplo upon the flSr ;ihe"1nite
States Senate, where the almost
unanimous voice of his people has
sent him to serve the State for six
FAMFIELD AT THE FAI.-Among
the prizes awarded at the recent
Agricultural Fair, we notice the fol
lowing given to exhibitors from Fai.
Bousehold Department.-O. F.
Chappell, Citnese syrup; Mrs. C. G.
Elkin, yeast; Mrs. J. A. Porter,
tomato catsup; Mrs C. G. Elkin, arti
choke pickles; Mrs. Johh A. Porter,
blackberry jolly and peach jelly; Miss
M. P. Aiken, Winnsboro, crab apple
preserves; Mrs. W. M. Nelson,
Winnsboro, watermelon preserves,
cherry preserves; Mrs. John A. Por
ter, blackberry acid.
Orchard and Garden.-D. R. Elkin,
pears, two kinds, premium for each.
Needle and Fancy Work.-Miss
Sallie J. Campbell, Ridgeway, tatting
collar; Mrs. Cameron, .Spanish work.
W. D. Gaillard, Winnsboro, W1't
cross bracket work; L. ChappWl:,
premium as white ploughman under
eighteen years of age; Lewis Hall,
second premium as colored plough
cattle.-Juo. Bratton, Ayrshire
bull three years old; grade cow, sec
ond premium; D. R. Elkin, native
bull calf; native cow, second premi
um; native heifer two to three years
old, second premium; native calf;
.Iorses.-W. D. Bolick,, light draft
stallion; John Reynolds, light draft
stallion one year old; Dr. E. W,
Aiken, Winnsboro, single harness
horse, South Carolina raised.
jlfules.-O. F. Chappell, single or
harness mule; pair of mules, South
Sheep and Goats.-Jno. Bratton,
Southdown buck two years old.
Swine.-N. C. Robertson, Berkshire
pigs six weeks old; Jno. Bratton,
Berkshire pigs six months old; 0. F.
Chappell, native boar; native boar
six months old; native sow six months
Poultry.-D. R. Elkin, trio barn
yard fowls; pair of Dominiquos; pair
of native ducks.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Pnon4Tz JUDoE's OFMIR.
WINNsDOno, 1. 0., November 18, 1878.
A LL persons having olaias against the
estate of James R. Aiken, deceased, are
hereby notifted that they must establish
the same before the Judge of Probate of
Fairfield county, at,his offioe,on or before
the Ist day of January 1878, or be de
barred from paymont of the Name.
0. R. THOMPSON,
nov 21-xtlaw6w I. P..P. 0.
B)Y virtue of sundry exeoutions to me di
iroted, 1 will offer for sale bofd~r4 the
court-house door in WinnBboro, en the
first Monday in December next, within
the legal hours of sale, to the highest
bidder, FRo casH, the following described
property, to wit:
Twenty-five bushels of corn, one
thousand pounds of seed cottoa, bne
hundred bushels of cotton seed, one
thoue~nd pounds of fedder and hay, all
more or less, levied on as the prope.yof
B.E. Elkin at the suit of Gladden &Gige.
Seventy bushels of coin. 'one bate of
cotton, two thousand pounds of folider,
seventy-five Irnsbels of.cotton seed, All
more or less, levied on as the 'propet
of John H. Neil at the suit ofW..
Doty & 0o, and others.
One mule, levied on as the property of
E. A. Rabb, at the suit of D. R. Flenmia
S. W. RUFF,
Sheriff's OffRce, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C,,
November 18, 1878.
True Brotherhood Lodge, No. 844,
Knigrhte of Honor,
MEI ETS the second and 'fourth $'riday even
o'clongs of each muoath in Masonio Hlail,at7
E. 8. ChANDLER, ' JNO.8. REtYNOLD5
SELLING OFF !
5HE subscriber, having ,filly deter
I.mined to close the present business
as soon as possible, will sell, from this
out until the 23rd of N6vember, the en
tire stock of goods. which embraces a fine
let of Clothing, Hats, Dry Goods, Notions,
Hosiery, Boots and Shoes,at and under
COST FOR CASH ONLY
after which time the remaining stook
will. be.disposed of at ptiblic auctiop
until the sal e is complete,
- S. S. WOLFE.
NEW ARRIVALS !
Early Rose Potatoes,
and 8wept Cidet,.
- - ALSO,
Nw hibU Fsh,'bio1 is delight.
ful foi' breakfast10,
nov 2 R., J. MeCABLE~ .
coiuidr & Cklde!
Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Necklaces, Chains, Brooches,
Sleeve Buttons, Qollar But..
tons, Studa, &c,
A fine assortment of fancy and plain
Glassware, Platedware, Toiletto
Setts, Vases, Lamps, &c., as cheap
as the cheapsb,
. will sell off our *,Wck of c
0rockery (except Plates and. Cups
and Saucere) at
COST FOR CASH.
-. nov 9
j . BETYl.
She just returned from New
York, and am opening daily a
varied stock of
HATS AND CAPS,
4y Friends are Invited to Call.
I again call the attention of the
public to my stock of "Bay State"
standard screwed and wire
sewed Boots and shoes.
Every pair guai-an.
teed to give
Mept 26 ' .BEATY.
nAlND WINNsBORO DRYGooDS PANq
Beg leave to say to his cus
~tonmers and all gthers .in ge d~
~pared to show them one of .the
~largest and best assorted stock2
m Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and
that he has ever.exhibited. We
E- are receiving goods daily.
Every department will be
: kept fufl fdesirable and '
and .buyers may eonfideily W
Srel~yon getting their goode'n9t ta
oyatlow prices,'but of.the 9
mos deiralequality that the
h'a IgaethniMesof a
sist her in her deparbmant, and 0
for tle cooM# 9
~ eriek's.-ii a(le,Mse and
Cbeese,9: a i4'.
~dU anhfrj ptz
.same,goods can be bousf
tit 27J. O. B3OAG.
rug following books, published by
). Appleton & Co., have :.on adoptod by
he State B6ard of Eduontibn, to bo used
or five years in all the schools through
LPr'LtoNI'5 Baras 6/ RzApar
IoiNEr's FIRET STMS iN Ozoom"ur.
)onNELI~ e RIMART OEohupnr.
IOBNELL'S lTnMDIATX GEooAPfY.
IUAoaNuos' PaiMiAnT GRAMMaN.
1UA(=EN2OS' ENGIAsS- ORAMMA.
aUApK*NMO' "LLUSTRATZD IAssoNs MN OUa
JUACKENBOS' FrmT Ics s x Cosrost
aUACZENDo' COMPo1Z'oW AND BHRnTO.
LPP,ToX's MODEZLCOPT BooeS.
To meouro an uniformity, and ans 30t
er of economy, it is to the interest of the
arents and teachers that these books
bould be put In the schools at once. To
6oilitate the, tnatter and to save extra
)xpenseo to the parents. I have made ar
'angements with Messrs., MoMASTER
t BRICE, Booksellers, to exchange
these ks for the ojd'ire'4wi n'lands
>f, the scholars, and to sell those not ex
ibsnged at reduced rates for thE next
For'ftlAW. information on thee and
dil other lols pqibflshod by D. Apple.
on .Co., please addrae .
W. ., m3r
General Southern Agen,.
at 22-Am COLUMBIA, S. 0.
150 PAIRS Boys' and Youths
GAITERS--Nos4 1 to 5, worth
from $1.50 to $2.50 per 'pair. Re
duced to 50 and 75 cents per pair.
Call and see them.
SUGENHEIMEfl & UESOREL
Whiskey to ten cents a drink, Beer
to .five cents a glass and IBillards fifteen
cents per game. H aving a large and well
selei.ted lot of'Pure Liquors on han4 of
which the following awe a few -of the
PieodKentuok.y Bourbon, Oabinet,
XXXX and Baker Rye, S>ur Mash Stone
rn , un App ~ n ~l
Champagne, err~a( Vor Wines.
Oincinne ti Lager ~ lwy ept on
ice, and all sorts of , ~~ drinks
prepared in the moes yIa, at
B~ ty res in
. 4 or, between *e
eorwlet of 1 d,
in the to of
!eet, thence running ina
reotionone hundred and forty-eigh
hence running sequth seventy-sen
*Wte rte $' +t4ie
WE ARE now opening one of the
largest stocks of
ever offered in this market.
have been very carefully seleoted
and we simply request an inspection
before purchasing elsewhere. We
propose selling them . at a "short
p'ofit" and don't intend to be un
dersold by anybody, anywhere. We
call spocial 4ttention to our asort
We think we have the bbest
of GENTS' GOODS in the mtet.
CLQTHING, HATS, SRIRTS,
and all kinds of Flannel Underware.
In domestics we Are full tp
Money will be. saved by an exami..
nation- of our Jeans and Cassimeres.
SHOES I SHOES I I SHOES I I I
Best Shoes at lowevt prices.
oct 1 MaMASTER & BRICE.
-CONSISTING IN PAUT OF
24'bbls. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 botes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bble. Sugar, all grades,
14 sack of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bblo. Choice Fatnilf Floun
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbles, cans and buckets.
=utn, eXND uga Cured name.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oatet, Seed
Rye and BaIley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and' Male
Shoeo, 4xtle Giese,"White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins,.Curet s and C16rgis.
Fresh Canned almon, Peaches et d
Tomatoes, Mxed Iaiokles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Saue.
A and lot of BOOTS A*D SHOE.
All of whiah will be sold cheap foi
nov 9 D, f IMf)T
New Summer Cooke
The .Safety*. . "
DOES NOT H EAT THKff118~E.
Perfect for all kinds of (looking and !Neat
Always ready and reliable.
The most satistdotoyf St6ve mAde and the
IRS. K. W. BI(OWlf1 ~ "~~
bil'ied'Ii thd.eta en
#tite town, ogers ad guantes tp tla . p :
publio inducement, unsurpassed by any
Squse in the place. Table *enii .dc~ al
ag1, sinthe.ea mthhglit, (ig.
. re oos aane ,pplig~ attaos .r.
Tems-8.0 er dy. ag .4f efu'.h