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XATVp.WAr. rANVAIY 4, 1879.
RAILROAD SCIIEDULE.-The follow
ing is the present schedule of arrivals,
on the CharlotteColumbia and Au
DAY PAssENGn--GoING NoRTr.
Columbia- - 1.45 r. . .
131ytheiwood - - 2.41 4
Hidrewa - - 3.03
Winnsboro - - 3.35'
Woodward's - - 4.10 '
Blackstock - - 4.15'
Chester - - 4.46 '
DAty PASSENGER-GOING SotH.
Chester - - 12.17 1. m.
Ilackstock - - 1.16 '
Woodward's - - 1.21 '
winsboro - - 1.56 '
Ridgeway - - 2.26 '
BlyNt1wood - - 2.44 '
Columlbia - - 3.26 '
Associate Reformed Church-Rev. J.
M. Todd, 11, A. M., and 7, r. m.
Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obear,
services every Sunday except the 2nd
Sunday of the month ; at II A. W.
Presbytcrian Church-Rev. It. B
Pratt, 11 A. 111. and 3: 30 e. m. Sun
day School, 9 A. Bf. Prayer meeting
Wednesday, 3: 30 r. m.
Methodist (hurchlt-Rev. W. A.
Rogers, 11 A. M. and 7, 1. .. Su3dai:y
School, 10 A. It. Prayer Meeting )I
Thursday at 7. 1.. m.
Baptist Clhurch--The IRev. T. W.
Mellichlamp will lec!ture this attermOn
at 1 o'clock, and preach tom-1.rNAw :1
11 o'clock, A. 3f.
Partnership Notice-P. F.hler.
Stracd-.Jolin W. Lyles.
The Scientific Anericaln.
Several defahilng poll taX payrer
have beenl lod.red inl j:il. Tho days
of grace are expiring.
Su;nq Di vrii.-Mrs. Elizabeth
Brown, iving inl the western part of
Fairtleld, dropped dead suddenly on
New Year's Day. Tihe nature of the
disease is not stated.
Govereor iHampton is improving so
rapidly that the RLegister deems it un
nevessary to publish any further bul
ltins about his health. Tiis is ver)
L>:>kaa Yom thty arin'i d>) n>)t
drug your ilo mnci with 13audanum
: 'i or WaL , i. "!hiLI.g reiledie.;
Give tem Dr. Uill's 13.by S Vrum1
V,iCh inl1ean r1I . dv i warran'ec
ut; UO contain opiates.
John lJoyd qua,lilled and entered upor
the dut-ics of his olilc as scHaol coal
missioner on the 1st of Jan1uarV. 11C
vill prove an eflicient. efilcer, and we
believe that in his charge the slco
will continue to prosper as they have
already begun to do under his able
THE CIRCUrr COUR-r.--The Yorkvile
Etnquirer punblishedl an act regulating
the time of holding court in the sixth
circuit. We are informed that through
mistake the .Enquirer p)ublishled the
bill as introduced into the Senate, but
that the act finally passed with the
orde1r of' holding courts chiangcd. Thle
order ah' uhli be,- l"airlield oni the sec
onid MIonday in Fecbruary, Chester 01
the fourth Monday, Lancaster on th<
second Monday in March, and Yor)
on the fourth Monday in March.
F: an IN Cni ina rEsro.-Charlestoi
wvas visited1 oin Tuesday night with the
most destructive conflagration that ha:
occurred there since 18611. The Uniom
Cotton Pressand ton thousand bales o
cotton were totally consumed, at
loss of five hundred and fifty-sever
thousand dollars, of which all bt
about thirty thousand is coveredl by in
surance. The fire Is thought to have
beau Incendiary in its nature, as a sus.
plous individual was hailed ani
fired upon by a watchman about th<
premises a short time before the lr<
EPI.ME DIuLL.-The plume drill o.
the Gordon Light Infam.ry will tak(
. place at the Thespian Hall On nex1
Tuesday evening. The squad intend.
lng to compote for the prize have beer
practising steadily, and an ex'citing
contest may be expected. An admis.
sion fee of ten cents will be charged,
simply with a view to defray the ni.
cessary expenses of the ex.hlbltion
We trust there will be a large attend.
ance on the drill. Not only will the
exhibition be well worth seeing, but
a large crowd present will be an en.
couragement to thte Gordons in theit
Iefforts to make themselves one of the
most eleicent corps in the State.
BUSINESS CHANGEs..-The dirm of
Cummings & Co. has been dissolved
by' the withdrawal of Mr. H. L.
Elliott, a'nd a new 1rm has been
p formed, under the style of Matthews
& Co., and oo%Doaed of Messrs. Jno.
and T. K. Elliott. Mr. El1i04t Is the
casie o' te ineor Nioa
Bak'I id pc %pe
an accountant, and he will prove an
acquisicion to the new tirm.
Mr. 1F. Eh,Ilr has associated with
him in busincss 'Mr. R. MI. Ilucy, and
the business will hereaftor be con
ducte(I under the Ilrm name of 10.
Elder & Co. Mr. lluoy has hd long
experience in business, and Mr. Elder
and he will be quite a strong comnbina
Wo extend to both firms our bOt
wishes for their success.
Tll avo thit; day asJO!iat 1 wit h Ile, n
.Lthe conduct of my buminess, Mr. - I.'
IM. HUBY,and the busines4 % tl h-r,aftvr
will be conducted under the firm name of
F. ELDER & CO
All partil!n indebted to th old concern
will pleaso come forwar'l nnd settlo,
either by c:ash or note, as I do not wish
to carry old accounts into the new books,
tm Jatnary let, 1879. F. ELD,R.
l the subscriber's - p)n tation on
the 31st day of' December, a light
roan itre im tile, with very gray forehead,
about nine yt,arm old, and .hirteen hanttds
high, moves quick under saddle. Any
person taking up or delivering said
mulo will be suitably rewarded.
JoII . W. LYLES.
"trother, S.C., Jai nary 2, b79.
.inn 4 xl ti
M ie!.r |p *er p:tv.se copy one than ad :M.mi
hi.' t.> V - i.'c e.
T -i I t Ilt'.Iir PeiEntis tPap1 r in t0e
(n Ii '*' ' LI "a'ir, i in'ding~ post.ge.
w-' kly &2 Nummb(. a yer. ..t,0;j
r St,!I-*N [IL'I, AMERIAICAN im a1
Fir-tOle"(1-1ky N--wnpaper of %ix
t. 1k -., prinit 1I n th. mont beautful
sty le, 1 -fins .y i. 01stra-ed with slsondill
en gr.vmI, rcI,rm4 -iting Iho newest in
ention- al tho m.-st recent A dvances
in the Arts :nd Sices: ini,iding now
an(d interesting facls in agriculture, hor
t1wiltuir., the home. iculth, medical
pr. !r,ss, s cial sciznci, natarl hitstory,
geology, nstronomy. The most vau:t6le
practical papers, by emment writors in
all departmets of scienc, will be found
in the So'aile American:
T.rm.'1 21 per vear, $! G half year,
wloic* inmeiii- s pnstagp. D1,40nut to
Agient e. Sin.-le copies, ten cents. Sold
by aill n.wsdeerti Romit by potIel
or hur to .lUMN4 & CO., Ptbij.herb , 37
1pirk R-r. New York
PA 1,'A'\" 4. lit (o-inection with the
St !i, fie f .it Im n, N;ssrs. 21unin & Ce.
,1r0 Olicitor; o! A -keican aIi.] Fore'igI
P'aents, It hid thirvy-four years ex
pi-rionce. and now have the lirarest es
1-.bi-hmont in the world. Patonts are
o t in-..'A on the hIt ter.ms. A special
noti ai ma ic in the Scientific Ameri
o i of all invontion- pat--nted through
this ajeley. with the immo and rei
d eyco of the patamn3Z. By the immense
cir-11unl11tion thus give.., the public atten
ion is dirpect-d to the in-rit.s of the new
pitent, and siles or introduclion often
Any person who has maide a new dis
covery' or invention, enn ascertain fre- of
charge, whether at patent canf probably
bie obtained, by writing t.o the under
siuned. WVe also sendl free our lland
Bo'ok aibouit the Patent Laws, Paitents,
Caveats, Trade- Marks, their cent, and
hiow procured, with hintsq for procuring
advances on inventions. A idress for
the paper, or concerning p)atentIs.
M~UNN & CO.,
Branch 37 Park Roiw, N ew York,
BrnhOmlie. Corner F and 7th sts.,
Washington, D, U..
1 50 PAIRS oss- and Yrants.
GAITERS-NOB. 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.
SUGENHEIMER & GJROESOHEL
UHEAPEST DAILY IN THE
THE EVENING SENTINEL,
Is PUDLISHED AT THNE Low PRIoE OF
-$4.00 per year.
T SABRIGHIT, NEWSY EVENING
l.aermndI is edited with abiliyb
Messrs. JAMEN R. RANDALLJ and P.A
$TOVAtJL. It is the n1afternoon a'.
per in the South it pub lshes the 'Tole
graphic dispatches of the New York
Associated Press. In its columns will be
-found all the news that comnes by lole.
graph, and the telegr'aphie market re
ports received up to the time of goinug
OWFIOIAL PAPER OF THE OITY.
THE EVENING 8ENTIEL, .is-- the
official paper of the cit of Augusta.
/tAll 1who want a chentg pper should
subscribe for it. TnMs-- per year;
$2 for six months; and *1 fr tes
Send for specie oe.A
bai 13 Augusta, G .
SOW arriving,a largeand well selected
stock of Boots and Sho, direct
ton the M~anufactures'. 'which I u
warrapt, and I 'll iofd bb undet 1
q fe a e aio6fore you Mak
STILL AHEAD 1
- 31 sumtvcr having como and gone,
I i am now prepar-1 to furnish in the
Otaeo of cotding bevoragos, all kinds of
winter drink., such a Tom and Jerry,
Hot 14otuh, Egg FRIp, &o.
Wino-, Liquors, U er Boor. Sweet
Cider and Ci;ars. The st in town.
EQGS I EGGS i EoGS ! EGGS!
Dozen EI:g Ju, recei,ved for t'ie Christ
mTa1 o1i4 y.. 0.11; and i4)U can got 14l
tL,o Egg4 you wY'knt.
Mea!n can bo had all honra at my rOB
WArAlA. Print- OYtors, Fish and Saul.
Ratige always on1 ha,nd.
-GIVE ME A CALL.
dec 19 JNO. D. McCARLEY.
DA' BAsitICK F 2 .1Y.
NEW GAIDEN and FIRE PUMP.
This inOv.l an 1 ex.
nl.aluab;O at the
61:.break of firn, and
.rl wa~t,'ring~ gardons.
e uiannit h bnth
1i-toin and .t.ulfg
W. ox .dingUi away' wIith
rit..t .. a., . ,&c. It iH w orked
u iy c..Jt wvioh it; a lady or child can
c. riv stiea'u of water over an
er , iw"ry reet. Patontod January 14
an 1!. ' 67, March 11, 1873. Send for
P1RCE. $6 AND $8.
%*' Aiwnts w:mnt.d everywhere.
TIlib; DANA BICKFORD CO..
(89 Broadway, Nov, York.
Office or D-,ua Hiukford's,
FaUily Knitting Machine.
LIVES ARE OFTEN LOST
Y the use of cheap Kerosene. Get
oone of our safety Lamips in which
even the most dangerous oil is safe.
$20,000 Saved Yearly to Fairfield,
When our farmers loarn to purchase
Chemical:- and m.0ko their own fertilizers.
Ci and got a book tal.iaz how it tsan be
dec 28 MoMASTEr & BRICE.
R ite Lead and Mixed Paint Co.
CAPITAL STOC, $100,000.
These Paints are mixed, ready for use any
ahad or color, &i,i sol in any quanUtie from
one Quart to a BarreL
0O YOUR OWN PMINTIN9.
These Paits are mnade of Pure White Lad
Zino and Lineed Oil held in aolution andra
for use1 are one third chen pr and will last thre.
l ime s long as Paint mixe in the ordinary way.
will lbe paid for every ounce of adulteratien
ofthe finest v lla inu am a of~ hou ted wth
these Paints. Send for Testina of same,
aso for Sample Colors and Prie- Lists, to the
GLOBE MIXED PAINT CO.,
i OS Chamboe St., New York
Cor. MORGAN &WASIHNGTONTS JERSEY Ciin
NEW GOODS !
CHEAT GOODS! GOOD GOODS
MESSRS. JA F. McMASTER & CO
HAVE now in store and are receiving
weekly new, cheap and good goods,
Clothing, Boots an d."ho -s, Hats, Trunks,
and Valises., Satohols, Umbrellas, &e,,
&c., &c., &c., &e., &e., &O,, &O., &o., &o.
A full stock of Gent, Furnishing Good,.
Complete line of Ladies'.\Misses' End
Chlldrens' Hosiery and Gloves.
We have marked down to the very
lowest figures our stock of Gloves,. in
Iwhich we are ofoering great bargains.
Linen and Hemstltehed Hand kerchiefs,
in great profusion at very low prices.
In Boo ts and Shoes, we are prepared
to offer special inducement.
Blankets.! BlaBket. !
New Bnckwheut Flour, Fresh Buckwheat
Flour, Ele'gant Now Crop New Orleans
- Molasses, the genuine Simon pur#
artiole, Sugar, Ooffee, Lard,
Syrup., Soap, Starch,
Full stock of-Woodenware.
On? eeastantain iie ~to kee up'h.
repuationialready gaie 'tdy i
ev~la and fke a look t u aok
PRICE THIRTY DOLLAI,
J. 0. BOAG,
OA.% WlNN9B0l Oj)lY oo)8 FAN
y 0001kVNI) BILLI&NIlty'
M Bogs leave to say to his cus
Q tomers and all others in need
Suf Goods that he is again pro.
t pared to show thoin one of the
Q largest and best assorted stock
r Dry Goods, Funcy loods and
that ho has ever exhibited. We
H are receiving goods daily.
Every department will bo
p kept full of desirable and
aind buyers may confidently
rely on getting their goods not
only at Jow prices, but of the
most desirable quality that the
has engaged the services of a
P first-class Milliner, who will as
sist her in her department, and
0 who will take pleosure ill pleas
- ing the most fastidious tastes.
for the celebrated and most re
liable paper patterns-But
teriek's-for Ladies, Misses and
A full and complete line of
Gents', La'dies', Misses' and
P Children's Shoes.
X4 FAMILY GROCURIES,
Cheese, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack
ers, Maccaroni, Spices, Cn
O dies, Tobacco, Cigars,-in fact
you can find anything you want
O at J. 0. BOAG'S na low as the
same goods can bo boughb any -
0 sept 27 J. 0. BOAG.
'SuVTIOcI AJ.1IH.L OIhd
TOO MUCH CLOTHING
Wte offer fromn day to -day $2,000 wor
of CLOTHING at and below cost.
TOO MANY SHOES.
Onr large stock must be reduce,
Boy.' calf sewed. $2.25 at $1.50.
"other Shoes very low.
All Shoes ve ry low.
TOO MANY DRY GOODS.
We offer very best Calicoes at 6} eenf
We offer other brands at 6 cents
WVo offer all goods in this line at e
tremiely low prices.
TOO MANY DRY GOODS.
We have an qxceedingly fine assortmo:
of Hats. L.ow! Low IjILow II !
TOO MANY GROCERIES I
A first rate Soap six bars for 25 cents,
Bacon, good,6 aents.
Teas from 35 cents to 60 cent., best.
TOO MUCH OF EVERYT~HINt
We offer our stook at prices that car
Too Many ACCOUNTS UNPAII
All persons not paia up'by the first4
January will be sued.
One light Two.Horse Wagon.
One heavy Two--Horse Wogon.
One One-Horse Wagon.
One Top Buggy.
Onie Opei Btaggy, secon4 hand.
Pric~es of all'Sr'kr$nNO,~
--CONSISTING IN IART OF
24 bbl. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream (1-hoese,
t4 2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bblH. Sugar, all grades,
0 14 sacks of Coffoee-10 Itio, 4 best
50 bbl. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bble., cans and buckets
Bacon, Beat Sugar Cured Hams.
a Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
V Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
1Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
i Tomatoes, Mixed Picklev, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whi,-h will be sold chea for
nov 9 D. I. FLENNIKE1.-'
o $1,000 IN TEEE PrEMIUMs.
t V,TWE will pay the agent sending us the
largest list of subscribers before
March 1, 1879, one first-class 71 octive,
0 rosewood or walnut, NEW RCALN, YPRIGH'T
PiANO, $850.00. This list to be at least
For tho second list not :tA,bi loss
Sth,n 2011 names, $10i in gold.
- For the third list, not to be loss than
0 100 names, $50 in gold.
C For $ 3.10, at one time, we will send
ten copies one year.
For $7.00, at one time, we will send fYe
oop ie one year.
-'or three naines and $6.00 we will
send the Gompanion Scroll Saw and
Drill, value .$3.50, as a special premium.
For five names and $10.011 we will send
the Companion Scroll Saw, Drill, and
Lathe, value $5.00, as a special premium.
We will send Tn HAwjEYE and "GLEAN
IXOS FOR TnE CXUOU1" to agents at $3. e4)
, and return $2.01, ifthe book is not wantes
on examination, for its return, post-paid,
if returneod at once. Addrelss
HIAWKEYE PUBLISHINGi COMPANY,
deo 6 Burlington, Iowa.
And baiy RF "0
for which we are agents "
We also have just received a lot -ot
Whi te Lead, Colors and Mixed
Paints, which any one
Linseed, Macbine and Train Oils
PariB White, Putty and Varnish.
A large lot of Laundry and Toilet
Larnps and Fixtures,
nov 28 McMAST.JCR & BRIO.
H AS arrived. In town, .and f6 the
next few days.will "hang out" at
Hie has brought with him a complete as.
Consisting of doefeoioeri6s, Nuts, Pit'
Works, Canned YriIts,'an'***~
That old fol%s and young folks desire at
thisJoyf Iseason. ..14 rboJ -w
and sa jiMl dod