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NAl'URAY, xOVEXIINR 93, 18?i3.
R IW,OAn SCIIEjULE.-The follow
Ing is the presolit, schedule of arrivals,
on te ('itrlotto, Columbia and Au
DAY PAsENGER-GOING NORTH.
Columbia - - 1.45 r. u.
Blythewood - - 2.41 "
Ridgeway - - ,03 "
Winnsboro - 3.35 "
Woodward's - - 4.10 "
Blackstock - 4,6 "
Chet3ter - 4.46 "
DAY PASSENGER--GOING SOUTH.
Chester - - 12.47 P. M.
Blackstock - 1.16 4
Woodward's - - 1.21 "
Winnsboro - - 1.56 "
Ridgeway - - 2.26 "
Blythewood - - 2.44 "
Columbia - - 3.25 "
NialT PAssENGER-GOING NORT1.
Columbia - - 11.10 P. M.
Winnsboro - - 12.43 t . m.
Chester - - 1.48 1
NIGnT PASSENGER-GOING SouT1.
Chester - - 2.20 A, M.
Winnsboro - 3.30 "
Columbia - 4.59 "
The night passenger stopfs only at
the following stations: Charlotte,
Rock Hill, Chester, Lewis', Winns
boro, Columbia, Ridge Spring, Tren.
ton, Graniteville, Augusta.
Associate Reformed Church-Rev.J.
M. Todd, 11, A. Mr., and 7, P. M.
Methodist Church--Rev. W. A.
Rogers, 11 A. M. and 7, r. i. Sunday
School, 10 A. 31. Prayer Meeting on
Thursday at 7, P. ?i.
Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obear,
services every Sunday except the 2nd
Sunday of the month; at II A. X.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. H. B.
Pratt, 1i A. in. and 3:30 P. r. Sun
day School 9 A. 3t. Prayer weeting
Wednesday 4:30 1. m.
New Goods-J. F. MIcMaster & Co.
Remember that the time for pay ig
town taxes will expire on the 30th ot
We are requested to state that a
meeting of the Gordon Light Infantry
will be held in Town Hall at 7:80
o'clock this evening.
What a Druggist says: "I have been
selling Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for
ten years, and it has given better
satisfaction than any other cough
remedy. A. G. Schmidt, Apothecary,
Hanover, Pa. *
SUrREME COURT DEcisIoNs.--The
State Supreme Comrt has recently do.
cidod two cases taken up from the
Circuit Conrt of this county-Sarah S.
Cook and Others vs. James B. Mc
Cants; and SamI. B. Clowney, as
Clerk, vs. T1. W. Riawis. In Cook vs.
McCants, Judge Kershaw deerced for
the defendant, and the plaintifi's ap
pealed. The Supreme Court-Asso
elate Justice Hlaskell delivering the
opinlou-aflUrms the judgment of the
Circuit Court and dismisses the ap
peal. The appellants were represent
ed by Wim. H1. Lyles, ICsq., of Colum
bia, and the resp)ondent by A. S,
Douglass, Esq., of this place. In
Clowney, Clerk, vs. Riawls, the appeal
was from the judgment of the Ciroult
Court, on the ground of the exclusion
of certain evidence ofiered by the do
fendant. The Supreme Court-Asso,
ciafe Justice Haskell delivering the
opinion..-sets aside the judgment of
Circuit Court and grants a newv triahl,
The appellant was represented by
Messrs. Gaillard & Reynolds and the
respondent by Col, Jas, H, Rion.-We
hope to publish in full the opinon of
the Supreme Oourt in each of these
Remember that the time for paying
townm taxes will expire on the 30th of
GOVERNOR HAMPTON'S CONDITION.---.
Concerning the physical condition of
Governor IZamipton, the Columbia
.Register says: "The anxiety of the
public to know the exact condition of
Governor Hampton Is quite naltural,
and deserves'to be gratified. Through
our exchanges and. fomn private
sources, we learn that there has been.
great apprehension throughout the
State in regard to; h4. recovery, be
cause of the meagre sttments as to
his conditidn in the nepape,rs hay.
ing daily adeess to correct information.
We beg to assure the public that
naught has been condealed, and that
rumoret a discouragiug natnre are~
unfounded. Itis wound has healed as
rapidly' as the severity of Its nature
would permit, and.there has been no
unfavorable symptoms other than
were expected by his physicians at the
outset, Any untoward change in his
condition would be' ri'ad knowni
promptly, and . In the absence
of diree6 statonients to that effect,' the
public miay ro,at esured that his condi-.
tion is satisfaet6oyf, if that term'ecan bei
used to express the Idea that he Is -not
considered intiatgor"'of losing lif'e
or limb, while he is stil a gqreni.
How's LONDON C Rcus.--Speaking
of thia CArous, the New York Daily
Telyema says: '"This itagnificolit
exhibition sconms %o have at oxtraordt
iary firm grip On the publio, and its
success this seasoit bida fair to 8ui%pass
even that oflast rall, when the attend
ancs,i wis inprecedented. Since the
opening night the house which has a
seating capaoity larger than any place
in the city, hap been literally packed
with delighted men, womeun and chil
dren, and the applanso lis hon enthu.
slastic and spontaneous. The verdict
of every one is, after sitting through
this sutilorb entertainment, that sixqh
an exhibition as tlIt given by the
Great London never liad its equal ot
this side of the water. Everything
seems singularly neat. The acts fol
low each other in the ring with enter.
tanintg rapidity, The jokes of the
Irish and French olowns strike one as
refreshingly now; the mislo by Rob
inson's Band Is wondrously well so.
lected, and the entire performiance is
unique and grand, The visitor fails
to discover anything lacking In the
Remember that the time for paying
town taxQs will expire on the 30th of
NEW GOODS !
CHEAP GOODS! GOOD GOODS1
MESSUS, J. F, MIM4STER & CO.
H AVE now in store and aXe receiving
weekly new, cheap and good goods,
Clothing, Boots and -ho s, Hats, Truiks,
and Valises, Satohels, Umbrellas, &c.,
4W., o., &4,, &o., &c., GC,, Go., &o , Ge.
A full stoek of Gents Furnishing Goods.
Complete line of Ladies' MIisses' and
Childrens' Hosiery and Gloves.
We have marked down to the very
lowest figures our stook of Gloves, in
which we are offoripg great bargains.
Linen and Hemstitched Handkerchiefs,
in great profusion at very low prices.
In Boots and Shoes, we are prepared
to offer special inducements.
Blankets ! Blankets !
New ie-wheat Flour, Freqh Buc, wheat
Flour, Elegant New Crop New Orleans
Molaases, the genuine Simon pure
artiqle, Sugar, Coffee, Dar<j,
Syrups, Soap, Stareh,
Full stook of WoodenwAre,
Our coastant aim is to Iteep up the
reputation already gained.
We invite the public to c0l to-day and
ev#ry Iay and fa.e a look at our stock
whieb will adlways be shown wita ploat
nre nov '9.t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Phaoni.TE JUDoE's OPFICE.
WrVwNnono, 5. (1., Novembeor 18. 1878.
\ LL persons having claims against the
:eustte of JTames it, Aiken, deceased, are
hereby notifred that they must establish
the same before the Judge of Probate of
Fairfield county, at. his oltlee,on or before
the 1st day of January 1879, or be 'de,
barred from payment of the same.
0, R. THOMPSON,
nov 21-xtlaw6w J.'P. F. 0.
BlY virtue of sundry executions to nie die
Irooted, 1 will offer for Bale before the
court-house door in Winw.boro, tan the
first Monday in December ne;t, within
the legal hours of sale, to thes highest
bidder, FORl CASH, the following described
property. to wit:
Twenty-five bushels of 'corn, one
thousandi poiinds. of seed cotton, one
hundred bushels of ootton seed, one
thousaind pounds of fcdder and hay, all
more or less, levied on as the property of
B.E. Falkin at the suit of Gladden & Grigs,
Seventy bushels of corn, one hate of
cotton, two thousan d poundls of fo ideor,
soventy-flve bushels of cotton Aced, all
more or less, levied on as the property
of John HT. Nell at the suit of W.-R,
Dloty & Co. and others.
One mule, levied on as the p rop erty ot
E. A. Rabb, at the suit of D. it. J?Ienni
8lerifr's Offide, rs, g, (J
Winnsbo6,S 9..Q, -
*November 18, 1878,
ru Dr*bberhood No. 844
BBETO the secon4 and tour Fhida e$~
o0 e og each month in soio H11a'5
as'soon as possible. ,rathis
out until the 93rd of Novemb t' iJn.
tire stock of goods. whioh emli R4s a fln6
POST FOP01 ^NE-*
after -whicht the4 erptaing stook
wilt be diA?ada t~IbIj?anotion
until the sA0 is-co1g 4- A1
. 8 8.WOLPE .1
NER;i A DV IUItRT(EMENIS,
A OENTS WANTED-For tile Upst. and rnstest
$tlng Pctorial BooUs as'i 111b1u. PrIevs
i-edUed 18 per* cent. NATrIONA1,14111,1.8111N(i
COXI'ANY, Philudelphia. Iennyl Va
APostal card sent UH %vith yQue' arlilrps-i wIll
insureftree in return, out% IllustxiW' ' Iir
etliars of nice Houseftrnishlng Speealties.
PALMER & SKILTON, ManqntUr"?, VU roarl
Street, liew York.
AGENTS ]READ THIS.
RE will pay Agents a Salary of $100 per
winmonth and expenses, or allow a largo
Commission to sell our new and wonderful in
ventions. We mean what we say. Address,
without 4elay, 81*RMAZ 4 CO., Marshall,
_AIECAD ALL T[E TIME.
,o very best goods direct
from the lr.ported at halt
ever offered to Club Agents and large uuyom
TAl lrmhge ' AID. ENew tAin freo.
Tit RHAAMBRCANTEA CO.NPANV',1.
0. Box, 4235. U And as Vety St. New York.
W RICH! BLOOD!
PARSON'S PURGATIVE PILLS make now rich
blood, and will co plotely change the blood In
the entr reystrn n three months. Any per
son who will takn one p ill each night from
One to twelve weeks may be restorod to sound
health, itsc hng be o441ble. Rent bv
mall tor eight letter stamps. 1. S. JOI(NSON
a CO., Bangor, Maine.
The ANTI DOTE TO ALCOHOL Found at Last.
T1"he Father Matliew Renedy
Is a certain and speedy cure for ntemperanve.
It destroys all appetite for alcoholic liquors and
builds up the nervoua kIAtern. After a debauch
or any I7ntOrU perato In ulffenv0, a single tea
8PQOnful will remove all men al and Ihysical
depr(wilon. It also cures every 10ind of Fever,
Dyseplila and Torpid ty of the Liver. Sold by
all druggi4ts. pripe 11'per bottle. Pamphet
on "Alobol, its Effects, and Intem rance a t
disease," sent free on writing to the FATIIR
MATiIRW Temp)erance and Manufacturing
Company, 36 UQAd Street, New Yorc.
POROUS PLASTER. 4
A WONDERFUL REMEDY
There is no comparison between it and the
common tilow ittting poro tis pl "9tr. It Is in
mevery ay superior to all, other external
remedies including liniments and the so
called electrical applian es. -It contains new
medical elen ents which i combination with
rubber, possess the most extraordinary pain
relieving, strengtitening and curative proper
con.rm the above statement. For Lamo Back,
Rheumatism, Female Weakness, stubborn
and Negleeted Coldg and Coughs diseasgol
Kidneys, Whop coui4s, aWfetlonij .of the
beart, and all0ITs t9r W1i porous plasters
are used, i. Issiply the best known remedy.
.As~k frlJonson's Ca~poine Poroutf Plaster and
take no outer Soli by all Dr uggl.it--. Price
'25 centl. .4clit On elipt of.prte by
j1tt bit ~reet, rJew yorj,
1IL AND WINTER OF 9
J. 0. BOAG,9
oRAND W TNNSBORo DRYGOODS PAN
CY GOODS AND MILLINER
A Bogs leave to say to his ous
rM tomers and all others in need i
Suf Goods that he is again pre- ~
M pared to show them one of theH
O Iargest~ and best asso,rted stock
uDry Goods, Fancy Gioods and
Sthat he has ever exhibited. We -
Iare receiving goods daily.
Every departLment will be
pr: kept full of desirable and :
and buyers may copadently
rely on getting their goods not L
Sonly at low prices, but of the
Smost desirable quality thait the ~
kiRS. BOAd* o
rhas engagedl the services .f
A rst-class Milliner, who will as
Ssist her in her departm~ent, and C
cwho will take leasure in pleas- -
m ig the most fastidious tastes.g
for the celebrated and mrost re
-liabl4E paper -patterne-But- M
Sterick's-for Ladies, Misses and
' fu tll and complete line of
is' Ldie',MIs's and
.Ojesse, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack i
Ses, Maccaroni, Spices, .Can
Sd es, Tobaeo,, CJ%gars,7,-jt1 feetC
yo ~ ca Ad ngbnyouwant
QatJ. O. OA 8as low as the
.same goods can be bought any -
'sept- 27 3.0. OAG.
B3 OOTS AND8BROES,
.7'OW arrIkilglunosi*lI seleted
.lNstook-. 6t: oot.sind Shoes, direct
from thi Ma94 ot ,ts which.
warat,04 0' i1o b6 ude 0 4
LAU D BRSIAIIEAD!,
WE respectfully submit that we
have the LARGEST STOCK of
goods in Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Qlothing, Dry Goods, CrQckery, &o.,
ever QUered to the peoplo of Fair..
We don't Qrre where you brir g
your samples from-whether from
Winnsboro, Cheater, Columbia or
Charleston, we guarantee to put you
goods cheaper than the
When we fail to do this we will
politely give the i away, and with
a bow thank you !.r the privilege of
wrapping them up,
GIVE US A CALL
and be convinced.
The undersigned will be glad to
see their friends at LADD BROS.
Store, and promise to make their
purchases proAtable and pleasant.
- J. W. SEIGLEIN,
0. Y. OWIN8o,
E. A. RBian.
150 PAIRS Boys' and Youths
GAITERS---Nos. 1 to 5, wortl
from $1.50 to $2.50 per pair. Re,
duced to 50 and 75 cents per pair.
Call and see thoen,
SUGE~NHEIMER & (GROESOHEL
-HO ! FOR
TH first Rouae in town to reduc
Whey-to ten cents a drink, Beet
to five cents a glass and Billiards fifteer
cents per game. H aving a large and well
seleuted lotof Pure Liquors on hand oi
which the following are a few of th<
Pure old Kentucky Bourbon, Cabinet,
XXXX and Baker 1Bye, S>ur Mash Ston4
Mountain Corn, a specialty, Cognge,
California, Poo and Apple Brayidiep
Champagne, She ry and Port Wines.
Cinoinna I. I,ager lye always liept on
ice, and auI sorta of fany and cool dyinki
preparedsin the most tasty maanjner at
april 30-ti J. D. Mc0ARJ,EY,
BY! virtue of authority vested in m
as Trustee of the Estate of Loverich
& Co,, in Biankruptoy I will offer for sale
on the first Monday in December, 1878
before the court.housp door, between the
legal hours of sale, the following do
sori edro pa , to or. lot of land,
lying, being and situate in the town o:
Winbaboro, in the cunty of Fairfield
and State of South Carolina, containi
ons-rOnUDT or A4x AonE, more or less,
fronting -od 'stp treet seventyfou,
feet, thed ru in' i'' estwardl dl
reotion6ne hundre and 'forty-eight feet,
thence runnigg southi sev6ts..even feet,
and thence in an aeas 1ydire tiontto
Congress street oft ' ianclet faoty~
eight feet; bornded 'n the epby OAn.
reessstreetg on the north by lots be~
Wlo tMrs. aygiwet Shaw, on the
1 lot of land lately the property~
of vTdAlken, deceased, andlon theo
soutif by lots of Woo'rd & Law, Logan
Brown And Dr. William E. Aik en.
Ters *adoknw oa dy.fle
no, 14-tsawt6 Trustse
i)OOs i cEEE ObEes
WE ArE now openin QpQ of the
li'argest stocks of
ever offered in this 1garket.
have been very carefully selected
and we simply request an inspection
before purchasing olsewhere. We
propope selling them at a "short
profAt" and don't intend to be vn
dersold by auybody, anywhero. We
9all special attention to our asaort,
and other LADIES' GOODS.
We thin wo have the best stock
Qf GENTS' GOODS in $he market.
CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS,
and all kinds of Flannel Underware.
.In domestios we are full up
Money will be saved by an exani
nation of our Jeans and Cassimeres.
SHOES I $110ES II SIROBS I
Beet Shoes at lowest prices.
oct 1 XcMASTER & BRICE.
FRESH GOODS !
JUST REC MIVED.
-CONSISTING IN PAJT Or,-,
24 bble. Molasses--all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
4 boxes best Italian Afacoaroui,
12 bble, Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bblo. Choice Family Flour,
.DAGQING AND TIE8,
LARD ik bbls,, cans and buckets,
Bacon, Best Sug4r Cured Hams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats) ,8e4
Bye and Darley,
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Baisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Poaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pjckles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sance,
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOE3S.
All of which will be sold cheap for
no~v B D. R. FLENNIKEN.
New Summer Cook.
The Safety -
AW DOES NOT II EAT THE HOUSE,
Perfoot for all kinds of Uoolling and Hent.
Always iea4y anid reliable.
The m~ost satisfactory Stove made and the
p'- Send for oiroulars.
WHITNEY & HALt MNG. CO.,
july 27-ly 123Ohestinut St., Phila.
M1AS, M. W, B~ROWN.
TrHIS Hotel, situated in the centre of
.1 the town, offrs and guarapteep to the
pnblio iniducoments unsurpjeged a' n
other house in the place. 'Sabte sun
plied with the bpst fi the rnarke. dom,
fortable rooals and b%lite attention~
Terms-2.O pe day. qig 4.
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