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TUASD.J , NOVEM'rEn 20, 1878.
i is tIhe prlesent. sclied ule of. arrivah,
mn the (i'lo(tW, Coltinlbitt and Au
DAy PAssENGER-H-OINo NoRT11.
Columbia - - 1.45 r. z.
BIlythewood - - 2.41 '
ji'lgeway - - 3.03 "
Winnsboro - - 3.35 "
Woodward's - - 4.10 "
llackstock - - 4.15 '
Chester - - 4.46 "
DAY PASSENEI-GOINII SoUTl[.
Chester - - 12.17 1. M.
UWackstock - - 1. 16 "
Woodward's - - 1.21 "
WNinnboo - - 1.56 "
RIidlgewayV - - 2.26 "
Blythewood - - 2.14 "
Columbia - - 3.25 ''
Fresh G oods-WV. If. Donlly.
Just Received-R. J. McCarley.
Avoid Danger-McMaster & Brice.
To Inventors and Mechanics-Gil
more, Smith & Co.
TmE BEsT MAmiNE Olr.-Call at
J. F. IMCMaster & Co.'s and see it. It
is the improved No. 8. It bore oir the
honors at, Paris.
Do not trifle with i cough, cold or
allection of the throat, lungs or
bronchial tilbes. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup is a positive cure and prevents
Mr. R. T. Yarborough and Troze
vant. Oglesby have been (rawil on the
United States grand jury, and Mr. W.
D. Bolick On the petit jury. Court
mets this week in Columbia, and the
term will be an important one, as
a number of citizens will be tried on
the charge of intimidation.
The Legislature meets in Columbia
to-day. A lively colitest for the
Spieakershipis expected, thn candidates
being ex-Speaker Sheppard and Gener
al Kennledy, with possibly Col. C. 1[.
Spnonton, of Charles1on. Col. .John1
T. Sloan, the clerk of the House, will
be opposed by Colonel Hoyt and Mr.
W. B. Metts, of' York. For clerk of
the Senato, Col. Farrow will b- op
posed by Col. J. Walter Gray, of
Greenville, and Mr. Bateman, of Co
lumbia. It is impossible to naio
the winning horses.
Ilutso,i-m..-hie Concord, N. C.,
Regis/er says: "1ev. Neill E. Pressly,
of Coddle Creek, a recent liceitiate of
the Associate Rteformed Presbyterian
church, started Thursday as a mis
sionary to Mexico. l,hiere was a large
assemblage of his friends at Coddle
Creek church, Wednesday, to hear
his farewell discourse. His thiler,
the Rev. Dri. John E. Pressly, d1eliver~
ed ant able and1( feelintg alddress to the
conlgregat ion and the young minister.
The aonigregaution maLde the latter a
handsome prCeent.'' The best wishes
of the people of' Winnsboro go withI
Mr'. Pr'essly and his charmning wife in
their noble work. May they' have a
speedy voyage, a llnsanit and prVofital
ble sojourn in their new field, and a
safe return home on the complletion of
NEw AI)vEHTISEM EN'Ts.-i%essrs. Mc
Master' & Briico adIvertise a new nion
exlolsive oil, which is highly recomn
mendled. They have also received a
fresh suply of'white lead, paLints andI(
oils. Th'le inspection of purchasers is
Mr. W'm. HI. D)only advertises a
fresh lot of conf'ectionoerics, fancy
gr'oceries, canned goods, etc. Mr'.
D)only has but recently conmnenced
business, and is dletermlined to sell
goods at prices to suit the times.
Mr. R. J. McCarley, who has been
making constant imprl)lovcmonts in all
departments of Ils business this fall,
advertises a ne0w supply of candies,
canned goods, cocoanuts etc. People
who are fond of nice things will do
well to give him a call.
.1l0 UNT' ZION 80CHOOL.
The Old Session Closed and a New One
Openedl--The Prospects of the Insti
This school has completed a suc
cesful soession of eight months, and onl
Monday entered upon a'n'ecw scholastic
year. It op)ened on the 9th day of last
February. During the fir'st month
one hundred and forty-seven pupils
were.enrolled, anid siunce then the aver
ageo erolmenit has boon one hundred
and forty-nine, and the average attend
anlce 0on0 huindr'ed and thirty-six.
Durlig the past three months the
numbers have steadily increased, p)rin
cipally by the accessions of pup)ils from
other parts of the county who board
X in towni. At the close of the session
thereo was a bonla fldb enrolment of 0one
hundred and sixty-three, and an aver
'age attendance for November of one
huindred and fifty-one. To moot the
S wants of the school, In addition to the
principal and.bis two most competent
-assistants, the, trusetees have oleotd
Mi8s EllallIotbhO'WtllIer4er updot
hoe' duties seo 604 spreased agogm
Elliott graduated at Duo Wegt with
the highest honors, anld paq.sed a most
flattering examination before the
County Board of' E1xaitinlllers.
It is Iefdless to urge ip )I (.t( Iw
ph- of' WInn4boro the iml)mae of*
munainmt inin th11 s .school. I.>r eightI.
Iloitiv; anl avrage of one huLI1101redI aId
fifty pupils lVe beenl iistructed ii the
full public school Course a all expendi
Cure of only 011one LIousand and forty
dollars, of which the public fund paid
six hundred and fifty, tho Peabody
trustees three huidred, amd the citizens
ninety. III other words, this instruc
tion has cost the people of Wiansboro,
directly and indirectly, only seven
hundred and forty dollars, or about
five dollars per scholar. Uider the old
system the tuition fees of (his inumber
of pupils would have beenl at least
twenty-seven hundred and fifty dol
lars--a saving to the parenis of two
thousand (ollar in eight nuonths.
While all pupil.s have been taught
1much1 more cheaply, a iuimber have
been able to attend regularly the free
school, who could not otherwise have
An additional advantage of having
a good school in town is that it attracts
pupils from other places, and every
one so brought gives additional impe
tus to trade, which in the aggregate
aIIonIlts yIarly to a considerable sum.
In order to maintain the school
properly. it was agreed at a ineeting
of the Mount Zion Society aId the
citizens to petition for the erection o f
a new school district two miles each
way from the couIt-iouse'. with the
privilege of levying a moderate local
Colonel Rionl also very generously
offered the free use of his admirably
I fitted Kindergarten school for
certain classes. But, as this was
somewhat inconveniew.ly situated in
regard to the College, it was thought
better topluItupj)an addit ional class-room
at the College, so as have all tihe
pupils together. If nothing prevent
this addition will soon be made. The
school will rul four weeks and
then a Christmas vacation of three
weeks will be given.
To inven nto-s and 3Lch;igs,
~P ATENT.s and how to obtain them-.
pramphlet of Sixt pagev fr'e, upon
receipt ofstamlps for posingo. Address
GILMORE, SAITIH & CO.,
Solicitors of Patents, Box 31,
nov 26 Washington, D. C.
' have just recolvod a fine lot of Con -
fectioneries, consisting in part of
Firench and Plain Ciadies, Apples,
Raisins, Prize Boxes, &c.
A nico line' of Canned and Shelf Goods,
Sad in es, Oyst ers, S.ldmon, Pot te.l Haml,
TIoma o's, Pieckle an .1 C:imw, C how,
Macaroni and Cheeso, Conce'ntrated Lye
and Axle Greese, Wooden aind W'illow
Ware. Cheap 10or (Cash.
nov 26 W. H1. DONLY.
French and Plain Candies,
Canned Goods of all kinds,
Potatoes and Onions,
nov 26 R. J. lCARLEY's.
A70OD ilA%W:dt I
And buy RED "C," Non Explosive
for wvhich we are agents.
We also have just received a lot of
White Lead, Colors and Mixed
Paints, which any one
Linseed, Machine and Train Oils,
Paris White, Putty and Varnish.
A large lot of Laundry and Toilet
A iN''8 W \NTR-i.or Ihe est and (kstest
'1e1if J Ig - llioks tinri Bibles. 1rices
...i .X..*-'' ' A* JON AL P11'11L1811ING
**"\ .' p l t !aI a. 14'I)nSylvania.
ji')UU :Ep S
. O.'lli (%ird estnt s w.it It yot aditess will
A insurf ree it r'titru, otr -Ilustr -<. l Vlr
ii' ei~ L'ite - l1iti urlnishing 4peIt 1li0.
'AL1ii1 & SKllI'ON,SMatiufacturers, i le.r
Street, New York.
AGENTS lEAD THIS.
, E will pay Agents a Salary of $100 per
inonth and exi0nses, or allow. a largo
coininssion to sell ottr new and wonderful in
ventions.' We inetin wlat, we Bay. Address,
withouit delay, 8Hil)IAN & CO., blarshall,
A ~ All KAD ALL THE TIME.
Tio very b.it, goods direct
frain teit importers at half
- t.he usal"l cost. Best plan
evr Giiered to CIb At ntarge buyers.
A ll rs hu-e<P No w termns free.
'IlE GitlUAT A ilEltCAN TKA CO.\IPNY, P.
0. BOX, 4U33. 1 and as Vesey St. New York.
PAIRSON's PITIOATIVE IlI,LS make new rich
blo-ld. and will conletely change the blood in
tho ent.re system in three months. Any per
son who will takn one pill each night from
oile to twelve weeks inay no restored to sound
henit.h. If such a tHing be possiblo. Menti bv
mall for eight, letter stamps. . 8. JOHNSON
& CO., Bangor, Maine.
The ANTIDOTE TO ALCOHOL Found at Last.
h'lle Father Mathew Remedy
Is a cert ain and sppev cure for intemperance.
It. destroys all appetite ror alcoholic liquors and
btillds up 11wi nervous sistem. After a debauch
or any intemlvrate lodulgence, a single tea
spoonful will remove all nimil and phvsIcal
depression. It also cures every kind of Fever,
D'spepsia and Torpidity of the Liver. sold by
all (Irijrsts. l1rice $1 per bottle. Pamphet
on "Alcohol, its ERrects. and Intemperance as a
disease."s:ntfree on writing to tihe FATHER
MATiIEW lemnpe'ailce and Manufacturin
Company, 80 Bond Street, New York.
B N9YBENSON'S CAPCINE
I : POROUS PLASTER.
TO A WON DE It IEU'L .REMEDY.
. There 14 no compiison between It and the
common slow acting porous plaster. It is in
every way superior to all other- external
reIedies including linlinen and the so
*called electrical appliances. t contains new
:m11edlcal eleni.ents whicl is combination with
ruiber, possess the ilost extr4ordilnary pain
rt lievij, strengthenhlg and curative proper
ties. Any )h.y%ician in your Qwn locality will
conilrmn the above statentent. Vor Lame Back,
jheuia1t1isin, Female Weakness, Stubborn
and Neglected Ctalds and Cdughll- disease4
Kidneys. Whooping Coughs Affee ons of the
. heart, and all ills for whichl Voi'ous plasters
are u1sedj. it is slmply the best known remedy.
Ask ior Benson's Capeilne Porous Plaster and
take no other. Sold by a*ll Dluggists. Price
25 cents. Sent on recel )t of .price-by
SEABURV' I ONIIsQN,
21 pi'att Stredt, New York,
-GRIAND wliNNSBolto DRHY OODs FAN
CYGoo AND sNMI A. f
S Begs leave to say to his CUs
Stomers and all othlers- in 'need c
of Goods that lie is again pro.- 0
pare~Ud to shiow themn oue of. the
Slargest and best assorted stock C
D Iry Gooids. Funeftl'(oods and
Sthat lhe has ever exlidited. We
are11 receiving goods. daily. ~
Every department will be c
gd kept full of desirab,le. and .'
CY GOD AN1 11A1TI" 6
*. nd buyers may confidently
rely .on getting their. goods not ~
0only at low prwices, but of the 9
most desirable quality that the 9
Sha's engacred the services of a
~first-class Milliner, who will as-.
sist heor in her department, and C
owho will take pleas8ure in pleas- >
Sing the most fhatidious tastes. o
H for thle celebrated and most re
a liable paper patterns-But
A terick's-for Ladies, Misses and
A full and complete line of
SGents', Ladies', Misses' and
Cheese. Mackerel, Cakes, Crack ~
. era, Maccaroni, Spices, Can
O dies, Tobacco, Cigars,-in fact
Syou can find anything you want
o at 3. 0. BOAG'S as low as the
.. same goods cani be bought any -
o sept 27 3. 0. BOAG.
SHUVTIOQ AIIH3L HOIHd
B OOTS A14D SHOES.
stook of Boots and Shoes, direct
from -the Manufacturera, which I oan
warrant and I wlll notrbe':nadtersold
Oive mea oallbefore yoW k on
E respectfully subniit that we
have the LARGEST. STOCK of
goods in Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods, Crockery, &a.,.
ever offered to the people of Fair
We don't care where you brir.g
your samples from-whether from
Winnsboro, Chester, Columbia or
Charleston, wo guarantee to put you
goods cheaper than the
When we fail to do cthis we will
politely give thom. away, and with
a bow thank you~for the privilege of
wrapping them up.
GIVE US A CALL
Theidersigned will be glad to
see their friends at LADD BROS.
Store, and promise to make their
purchases profitable and pleasant.
J. W. SEIGLER,
0. Y. OwINo8,
E. A. RABB.
150 PAIRS Boys' and Youths
4AGAITERS-Nos. 1 to 5, worth
from. $1.50 to $2.50 per pair. Re
duced to 50 and 75 centspepar
Call and see them.
ISUGENHEIMER & G*ROESCHEL
,HE .first House ix'town to reduce
Whiskey to ten cents a drink, Beer
to five cents a glass and Billiards fifteen
cents per game. liaving a large and well
selected lot of Pure Liquors on hand of
which the following are a few of the
Pure old Kentuoky Blnurbon, Cabinet,
XXXX and Baker Rye, S ,ur Mash Stone
Mountain Corn, a specialty, Cognac,
California, Peach end Apple Brandies.
Champagne, Siherry and .Port WVines.
Cincinn, ti Lagor Beer always kept on
it, and all sorts of fancy and cool drinke
prepared in the most tasty manner at
april 303 . D. McCARLEY.
Y itue of authority oovferred on
meB by the creditors of John 8. Oath
cart, Bankrupt, at a meeting held in
Winneboro, at which I was eleoofed and
appointed trustee of the estate of said
Jno. . Cathcart, I will offer for sale, on
the first Monday in December, 1878, 1be
fore the CourtlHousein Winnsboro, du
All that plantation or tract of land,
formerly the property of the said
Jno. 8. Cathoart and now occupied by
him, situate in Fairfield county, one mile
fromi town of Winneboro, and lying be
tween the Cbester and Columbia road and
the road leading from the town of Winne.
boroto Rook yMount--said plantation to
be sold in six tracts, according to resur
vey made October 28, 1878, a plat of
which can be seen at mny office.
Tnaus: One-third cash, the balance in
two equal annual instalments. with in
terestifrom day of sale at 7 per contum
per annum!, to be secured by bond of pur.
chaser, and mortgage of premises-pur
chaser to pay for papers.
I will also offer for sale on the same
day, for cash, the personal property of
the said Jno. 8. Cathoart, consfstIn -of
-obrfod der, cotton seed, 'hay &o., plw,
wagons and other farming utesils,
wagon agd plow harness.
I E ABE fnow opening o
-largest stocks of
ever offered in this market.
have boon ver-y carefully select
and we simply request an inspectioiVi
before purchasing elsewhere.
propose selling them at a "Fhork"'.
profit" and don't intend to be un
dersold by anybody, anywhere.
call special attention to our assor .
and other LADIES'QQ .
We think we have the best stock
of GENTS' GOODS in the market.
CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS,
and all kinds of Flannel Underware.
In domestics we are full up
Money. will be saved by an exanii
nation of our Jeans and Cassimeres,
SHOES I SAOES II SHOES - 1T
Beet Shoes at lowest prices.
oct 1 McMASTER & BRIO
-CONSISTING IN PART r
24 bble. Molascs-all grades, -
400 lbP. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccarolhi,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4. bost
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour
BAGGING AND T];ES.
LAW), in bbl'
choice Red. !eceivej a lot of
-ors and Mixed
Nais, Trace (P
*Shoes, .'ich any one
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh CandALSO, *
Fres CanedSalmon, Peae hes
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles,
Chow and Pepper Sai
A fine lot of BOOTS AND 81
All of whi'ch will be sold oh'
nov 9 D. B. F ENNflE~
New Summer Coo
Ass DOES NOT H EAT H1~
Perfect for all kinds of cokngand
Always ready and -reflab e ,
The most saitisfatory Steve 'nadee
.Jp Send for circulars.
WHITNEY & HALL MFG.
juily 27-ly 12380hes tnutt 8. a?
MRS. M. W. B1 N
the town, offers endie
public inducements nns
Terms--2.0 po' day. ~.~