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HATTIRDAY. DACIXhER 7, 1878.
RAILHOAD SCIIIIAE.-The follow
ing is t1he present scleduile of arrivals,
on the Chtarlotte, Columbia and Au
)AY PAssENicR-GOING NowTH.
Columbia - - 1.4.5 r. M.
Blvthewood - - 2.41 "
l11illge'w'ay - - 3.03 "
Winnsboro - - 3.35 "
Woodward's - - 4.10 "
Blackstock - - 4.15 "
Chester - - 4.46 "
DAy PASSEN;ii-GOIN(G SOUTII.
Chester - - 12.47 r. m.
Blackstock - - 1.16 (
Woodward's - - 1.21 "
Winnsboro - - 1 .51 "
Ridgeway - - 2.26 "
Olythewood - - 2.44 "
Columbia - - 3.25 "
Building and Loan Association-D.
R. Flenniken, Secretary.
Strengthen your voice and remove
coughs, colds and hoarseness, by tak
ing Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price
25 cents per bottle. *
PREPARIVO FOR CIIISTIrAS.
A Grand Progrin for the Little
Folks and the Old Folks--The Biggest
Thing of the Season.
The Histrionic Club is preparing a
series of entertainmeits for UitiIstinas
that promise to be most, Iiittering
successes. The fhrst entert liinnt
will be given on Chiristmas Eve, and
will be a play, "Santa Claus." In this
real children anda real Santa Claus
will appear, and the Christmas-Tree
will be revealed in a perfect fairy
scene. The rest of the programme
will consist of tableaux and songs.
The programme on Christmas night
has been selemed with the greatest
care and cannot fail to to trebly repay
its patrons. Parties purchasing tick
ets on this occasion will retain themli,
as the same ticket will admit them to
a compliaentary c6cert given by the
Club on New Year's Eve. At the
Christmas untertaininent a handsome
sword will be voted to the most
)opUlar military command in the
county. As there are several crack
companies and popular oflicers the
contest, it is thought, will be close.
The larger portion of the proceeds of
this entertainment will be given to the
Fairfield Light Dragoons. The Col
lege will have some addition made to
its desk fund, and a small share ivill
be devoted by the Club to another
On New Year's Eve night the enter
tainment, will begin with a splendid
tableau, after which two line plays
will be rendered in the best style.
Altogether t.he entertainments aro
to be just a lit,tle tlie best things of the
kind ever given. And a goodl oppor
tunity will be off'ered for investing
spare pennies, that would otherwise
ANOTHIER OLD PAPER.-BelOw we
publish the contents of a procla
mnation issued by -George Wasinug
tont. Th'le copy fronm whi.ch we printl
is inl the shape of a handbill or poster1
this formn having been used, doubtless,
'in the many sections of the country in
which there weore no newspap)ers:
BY TE PRIESIDENT OF THLE UNITED
WnEaEs,i certain violent and un
warraantable proceedings have lately
taken place tenilug to obiurnet tIhe
* oper ation of the laws of the Uniited
States for rai fie"s a reveuie upon fpir
its (diftilledi witliin the famie, enmacted
pur11fuant to expJrefs authiorityv delegat
ed in tile conf.itution of the Umited
States; which prloceedinigs are fubver
five of good order, contrary to tile
' duty that every citizens owes to his
country and to the laws, and of a
natur e dangerous to the very being of
And wvherce fuch proceedings are
the more unwarrantable, by reafon
of temoderation which has been
heretofore fhewni on the p)art of the
government, and of the difpofitlon
which has b)eenl manifefted by the
Legiflature (who aldne have the au
thority to iufpend the operation of
laws) to obviate caufes of objection,
anld to render the laws as accep)table as
poffiblo: And wvheroas It is the par
ticular duty of the Exceutive "to take
care that the laws be faithfully execut..
ed1;" and that notonly that dluty, but
the permanent intercfts and happinefs
of the people require, that e very legal
and neceffary ftep fhould be purfued, as
well to prevent naceh violent and nn
warrantable proceedings, as to bring'
to juftice the inufractors of' the laws andl
feeure obedience thereto.
Now therefore I GEORGE WASH
INGTON, Prefiderit of the Untited
dtates, do> by thefo profents mosft
earneftly admonifh and exhort all
perfons whlom It may concern, to r'e-.
frain and defift from all unlawful coin
binations and proceedings whtatfoever
having for object or tending to ob
ftruct the operation of the laws afore
faid; inannuch as all lawful ways and
means will be ftrictly put in exe
cutlon for bringing to Juft,ice the in
fractors thereof and feonrinod
once thereto. ooi
And I do moreoAer charge and re
quire all Courts,}.Magiftrates and QI
core whtotft' in&y ctlcrn- cQang
to the duties of Wf Mcese to
exertL the powers I 4ea ly
vefted by law for the piurpofes afore
8said, hlerebY Ilfo enjoining and requir
iIg jall perfolns wo'ioloover, a1s they
tedel the welfire of (heir country,
the .jti. and (1tuo ithtiority oft goV4.rn
Imenti.ad the pref'ervation; of'Imthpubl'
peace, to be ailillg and aft'iflg lh'e
in aeordin"g to law.
In '1TEWr,MONY wIlereof, I hav caUtifed
the Seal of the United States to
he allixed to there preteits, and
figied the A1tne vitlh m1V hand.
Done this fifteenth day of'Septoim
ber, in the year of onr Lord one
thouflind feven uitindred and nine
ty-two, aid of the Independence
of the United States the seven
By the limtFSIDEcNT,
Building and Loan As.ociation.
III -1l l regal' m1"-eetitg or tile Vlnsiq
Iy) ro J11111(itig an1 i.o-ink Asiovi-rtiont
will be hel InI theToWni 11:111 onl Mlnlav Cvon
tng, I he viL IlttM, a( i o'clock. Members will
bting their books 1111d pay their tmont liltv liSta
tt at or before ti in MM!, OtlIC1erO t.he
inalt,y of ten etts per skare wilt be! ciarttgeI
after the meeting. rIme will be from fourt
limmdred to six i111md'ed dollars on li d.
Money will be offered as usual.
dee 9-t Secy. amd Treas.
THE BURLING PON
$1,000 IN THREE PREMIUMS.
w E will pay the agent sending us the
largest list of sibscribers beforo
March , 1879, one first-class 7j octalie.
rosewood or % alnut, NEW SCALE, UPHIMIT
PIANO, $850.00. This list to be at least
8 :01 names.
For the second list not to be less
th,in 201, nimies. $101 in gvld.
For thre third list, not to be less thin
100 names, $50 inl gol.
For $ 3.t 0, at oto time, we will send
ton copies one year.
For $7.00, at one time, we will send five
copies one year.
For three anCH and $6.00 we will
send the Comtpaltion Scroll Saw and
Drill, valu $3.50, as a special premium.
For five namos and $ 10.00 we will send
the Companion -croll Saw, Drill, and
Lathe, vithie $5.00, as a special premimi.
We will send TEn IlAwi. and "GLEAN
1-N08 FOn THE CURhIOUs" to agents at $3. -10
an1d rmtbit $2.0, it'the book is not wante.1
on examination, for its return, post-paid.
ii returned at once. Address
IIAWKEYE PUBLISIHING COMPANY,
dec 5 Burlington, Iowa.
I take this tAlol of informing my
friends and atrons of WViunsboro and
Fairfield, that I am now with the firm of
C,hen & Loeb, and all orders for Dry
Goods, Notions &c. will have my personal
and prompt attention. Orders for sam
MILES P. ]REF0.
Charleston, S. C., Decomb ir 3, 1878.
du L 5 13x1
RAILROAD M:KE ING.
CuAnt.o'Tu, ''owIMna & AuousrA R. R. O
CoLuMrA, M. C., D.ecemnber 2, 1878.
An adjourned meeting of' the Stock
holders or thtis Company, for the purpose
of' electing Directors, and acting upona
anty such other mittiert as may hea p.'-o
s.'nted, will be1 held Ont FItInAy, Tue 1:li'u
D)AY OF I GEMDnE1, instant, atteleveni
o'elook, a. mn.
dec 5-ta Secretary.
,.T HE T E A CHER."
[N .T'ANUARY next we will issue the
Llfirst number of
A monthly journal t1evoteud to the in
torests of T1eaers'm, Sc~hools an,d the
Canse of Ealuoatntin in gfnnral. To brintg
it withini thte reach of' all, we have fixed
theo subscription price at the low rate of'
FIFTY CENTs Pzn ANNUM.
3pecimnen copy will be sent hy mail
prepaid ont receipt of a live cent stamp.
/o- Tfeachiers will do wvell to send for
our Educeational Catalogue.
EL~D[IEDGE & BRO.,
oct 22-xt3m 17 North 7tht St., Philn.
FOR SALE !
One light Two-.Hor'se Wagon.
One heavy Two-.Horse Wogon.
*One One-Horse Wagon.
One Top Buggy.
One Open Buggy, second hand.
Prices of all work reduced.
ov 28 DESPORTES & MONTS.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
N OW arriving,a large and well seleeted
stock of Boots and Shoes, direct
from the Mianufaeturep's, which I can
watrrant, and I will not be undersold
Give me a call before you wnake your pur
sept 17 R. 3. MoGARLEY.
f* IiJ . IBATY'S "AmerIoa" 5 eents
-LOie t Will pn.anEa-wan
D EfiICED t
AI II BRtOS. AIIEADJ
E respectful!y submit that we
have the LARGEST STOCK of
goods in Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Clothing, Dry Goods, Crockery, &c.,
ever offered to the people of Fair
We don't caro where you brit g
your samples from-whether from
Winnsboro, Chester, Columbia or
Charleston, we guarantoo to put you
goods clea.per than the
When we fail to do this we will
politely give them away, .and with
a bow thailk you for the privilege of
wrapping themi 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 profitable and pleasant.
J. W. SEILER,
0. Y. OWINGS,
E. A. R.m.
FRESH GOODS !
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bb1s. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 b-lA. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4. best
50 bblA. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Rled Ruirt Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse an<' Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease,. Wite
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and' Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peache's and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and P'epper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
Aul of whi'ch will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN.
--HO!l FOR -
rpiHE first House in town to reduce
Whliskey to ten cents a drink, Beer
to five cents a glass and Billiards fifteen
cents per game. Ilaving a large an d well
selected lot of Pure Liquors on hand of
which the following are a few of the
Pure old Kentuoky Bourbon, Cabinet,
XXXX and Biaker Rye, S mur Mash Stone
Mountain Corn, a specialty, Cogoac,
California, Poach and Apple Brandies.
Champagne, Sherry and Port Wines.
Cincinn, ti Lager Beer always kept en
ice, and all sorts of fancy and col drinks
prepared in the most tasty manner at
april 50--ti y. D. MOA RL EY.
'J9$.00 per bushel..
ne Ua 17 * umnn
J1. 0. ROAG,
URAND WINNSBORO njy aO0j)S.F LAN
Qx (Y U001M AND MILLINER~IY
Begs leave to say to his OUs
tomers and all others in need
Vf Goods that he is again pre.
pared to show them one of the
targest and best assorted stock
r 0ry Goods, Paney Goods and
that he has ever exhibited. We
:re receiving goods daily.
Every department will be
pa kept full of desirable and
and buyers may confidently
rely on getting their goods not
only at low prices, but of the
most desirable quality that the
has engaved the services of a
first-class Mil;iner, who will as
siat her in her department, and
who will take pleasure in pleas
ing the moat fastidious tastes.
for the celebrated and most re
.4 liable paper patterns--ut
r terick's-for Ladies, Misses and
A. full and complete line of
Gents', Larlies', Misses' and
P Children's Shoes.
Zr FAMILY GROCERIES,
V Cheese, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack
. ers, Maccaroni, Spices, Can
0 dies, Tobacco, Cigars,-in fact
. you can find anything you want
C at J. 0. BOAG'S ns low as the
same goods can be bought any -
0 sept 27 J. 0. BOAG.
.SuvTari A11IIH1 HDIIUCT
New and Beaui
SILVERWA R I
Collilo & ChllR1leri
CHEAPEST DAILY IN TE
THlE EVENING SENTINE.
Is PUBLIreD A T TuE Low Paroz
$4.00 per year.
TIT IS A BRIGHT, NEWSY EVENI
..paper, and Is edited with abihit
Messrs. JA MES4 R. RANDAL(J and I.
iSTOVA LL. It Is the only afternoon
por in the South that publishes the To
graphic dispatches of the New Yo
As.sociated Pre. In Its columns will
found all the news that comes by ie
graph, and the telegraphic market
ports received up to the time of go Il
OFFICIAL PAPE OF THE CITY.
THE EVENING SENTINEL is il
official paper of the city of Augusta.
M-All who want a cheap ppr shou
subscribe for It. Tznxa-- Speor ye
*2 for six months; And S1 for rhi
'a Send for specimen copies. A
WATAR & WRIGHT,
he9 12 Augusta, Ga.
TO MAKE MON2
dr1easn1e ad ft, ants should i
Gresla Ji3oneAV5 0 .1..
NiEW ADVERSEMEN1 .
A G~INT WA INTl)-Vorl le best. and fastest
L seiiing~ i'iorial Hooks and li1bleH. Priem
redued( 3m par cent. NA'TIONA L I't'l181100.N
COM PANY, hiladepia, PelisylvIvaia.
A1 Postal Card sent us with yolur address will
Insurefreun rettarn, our lllustrated Cir
culars of lice 1ousefhrnishiig Speclailies.
rAeeA YE R l'ON, itau(ufat.urors, 281 Pearl
SStreet, New York.
AGENTS READ THIS,
c) E will pity Agents ix Salary of $100 por
month and expensei3, or allow a large
connission to sell our new and wonderful in
ventions. We mean what wo say. Address.
without delay, SHERMAN & CO., Marshall'
TAs AHEAD ALL THE TIME.
The very best goods direct
from the Importers at halt
T Fr S othe Usual cost. Best plan
S or offered to Olub Agents and large buyers.
Ex ress Charges PA ID. New terms free.
THE, xtEAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, P.
Box, 4285. 81 and 88 Vesey St. New York,
19WW RICOHM BLOD1
V2 PARSON'S PURGATIVE PILLS make new rich
.3 blood, and will completely change the blood in
f the entire system in three months. Any per
son who will takA Olin pIll each night from
one to twelve weeks may De restored to sound
health. If such a thing be possible. Sent by
tJ mail for eight letter stamp.j. I. S. JOHNSON
A CO., Daugor, Naliue.
1-0 The ANTIDOTE TO ALCO1OL Found at Last.
The Failler Mathew Ifemedy
Is a certain And spoefly cure for IntepnnorancO.
It detroys all appetito ror alcoholic liquors and
builds tip the nervous system. After a debauch
o r any Inwimperate Indulgence. a single team
spooniftilwill remove all mental and pihysical
depression. It also cures every kind of Fever,
Dvspepsia and Torpidity of the Liver. Sold by
c all druggists. Price $1 per bottle. Pamphet
on "Alcohol, Its Effects, P..,I Intemperance as 6
disease." sent free on writiAg to the FATIER
MATiIEW Temperance and Manufacturing
Company, 86 Bond Street, Now York.
A WONDEIFUL REMEDY
There is no comparison between it and the
Comumon slow actIng porous pl aster. It, is in
every way suierfor to all other external
reme(lies including liniments anti the so.
CaIlled electrical appIlances. It contains new
medical IeCenonL which is combination with
rubbar, posses.' t.e most extr 1ordiqary pain
relieving, strengl henling and ellrative proper
l tics. Any phys1elatat in your own nlocailtv will
contirm t he above statement. For Lane back,
Itheutnatim, F'maal11e Weakness, Stubborn
and Neglected Colds and Coughs, diseased
KuIneys. whoo ing Coughs, affections of t,he
heart, and all ills for whleh porous plasters
are useI it is simply te bestknown remedy.
Ask forBenson's Capoine Porous Plaster and
take no other. Sold by all Druggists. Price
25 conta. sent on recelpt of price by
SEABURIY & JOHNSON,
21 Platt Street, New York.
wite Lead and ixed Paint Co.
CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000.
These Paints are mixed, ready for uis, any
shade or color, and sold ini any quanatis rom
One Quart to a Barrel.
00 YOUR OWN PAINTING.
fl, These Paints are made of Pure White Lead.
Zinc and Linseed 011 held in solution anid readF
- for tase; are onae third cheaper and will last thre.
Mime as loangas Paint mixed ina the ordinary way.
will be paid for every ounce of adulteration
found in them. Thousands of houses and some
of the finest villas in America are pasluted with
these Painte. -Send for Testimonials of same,
also for Bamiple Colors end Price List., to the
GLOBE MIXED PAiNT C0.,
103 Chambers St., New York
-Cor.MORGAN&WASHINGTON STS4,JERSEY CITh
1 J. Clenining,
BOO0T AND SHOE MAKER,
a- From IRunning over,
Wearing ofen the Sles
be and Ripping In the
.HAMS IHAMS !
A ooboice lot~ of sugar oured unoan
d- Fresh Sugars and Coffees.
Freash Augusta Meal and Grite.
Northern A pples and Oran ges.
*On. barrel superior Stone Mountal
Corn Whiskey, qhe.p for csh at tIl
d- store of
des 2,W. H. DONEL