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TUESDAY, JANVARY 1, *679,
XALICOAD SCUEDULC.-The follow
ing is the present schedule of arrivals,
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
D AY PASSEN UC-GOING NOnTIr.
Columbia - - 1.45 1. x.
llythewood - 2.41 "
RIidgevay - - 3.03 "
Winnsboro - - 3.35 "
Woodward's - - 4.10 "
Blackstock - - 4.15 "
Chester - -. 4.46 "
DAY PASSENGER-GOING SOUTH.
Chestor - - 12.47 r. m.
Blackstock - - 1.16 "
Woodward's - - 1.21 4
Winnsboro - - 1.56 "
Ridgeway - - 2.26 "
Illyfliewood - - 2.44 "
Columbia - - 3.26 "
Probate Sale-J. R. Boyles.
School Notice-County Examiners.
Fairfield Fire Engine Company-E.
S. Chandler, Secretary.
So an important school notice this
"IMy mother-in-law is a walking ad
vertisement for Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup," a subscriber romarked yes
terday, "she recommends it every
DRATHS.-Mr. W. T. Thorn, son of
Dr. William Thorn, of this county,
died on Sunday morning. Mr. Thorn
was a most estimable citizen, and had
a large circle of friends who will
deeply mourn his loss. ie leaves a
wife and six children. To these, with
bin other kindred, we tender our
Mrs. Gladden, the mother of Mr.
Isaiah T. Gladden, died on Saturday
morning, in the sevenl -nighth year
of her age. Mrs. Gladden was a most
worthy lady, and in the affliction that
her deatl visits on her kindred, they
have the sympathy of the community.
Tim Om Six'ru.-The Fairfield
Division of the Sixth Regiment Sur
vivors' Association met in the Town
Itall on Saturday last. In the ab
sence of ill the oficecrs, Sergt. W. II.
Williams was called to the chair. The
minutes of the last meeting were read
and confirmed. On motion of General
Bratton, a committee was appointed,
consisting of Colonel Riou, Major
Woodward and Captain Gaillard, to
draft a programme for the meeting in
August, to be submitted to the next
quarterly meeting (which is also the
anniversary) to be held on the 11th of
April next. There being no further
business Major Woodward adminis
tered connisary stores all round, for
which lie received a vote of thanks
from the assembled veteraus. On
motion, the Association adjourned, to
meet on the 11th of April next.
JOUndNALITIC.-Mr. M. L. Bonham,
Jr., the gifted son of ex-Governor
Bonham, who has for twvo years edited
with ability the Ninety-Six Guardian,
has removed from Ninety-Six, and
consequently has resigned his p)laco on
that paper. The Guardian is con
tinuedl under the control of Mr. M. 11.
McSwviney, who has been heretofore
associated with Mr. Bonham, and, in
a live place like Ninety-Six, is proba
bly destined to a long and prosperous
Mr. IL. Clay Richardson, the local
editor of the Columbia Register, has
severed his connection with that paper.
In doing so, lie says: "To a generous
public, to my editorial associates, to
the employees of the best Democratic
paper ever published at the capital of
South Carolia, and to my brothers of
the press throughout the State, all of
whom have showered kindnesses upon
me and have looked with a charitable
eye upon my manifold Imperfections,
I wish to return the thanks of a grate
fuli heart." Mr. Richardson is one of
the very best newspaper men in the
State, and he will always carry with
him the best wishes of his brethren
of the press.
THEa FREtomrr DKsORUIATON.-A
meeting of the merchants and factors
of Winnsboro iwas held last week, for
the purpose of taking some concerted
action in reference to the violations o
the charter of the Charlotte, Columbia
and Aug~usta Railroad Company, so
often complained of. Mr. HI. L. El
liott was called to the chair, and Mr.
D. R. Flenniken was appointed secre
tary. After some debate, a subscrip
tion was raised, to defray the expenses
of employing counsel to assist the at
torney-geneiral in proceeding against
the Company to compel its compliance
with the terms of its eharter. Wo
trust the matter will be vigorously
pressed. That the Gomnpany has re
peatedly and wantonly violated its
charter, and that it has almost con
temptuously disregarded the appeals
of sufrering Individuals, there seems
to be no doubt. If there Is any law to
bring the Company to the torums under
which It Is pertinitted to operate, that
law should be promptly-and rIgorous
y enforedr. The nraoaedAtg... e -
case to be made by the attorney-gener
al will be watched with interest all
along the line of the road.
Attention I Fairfl6ld Fire Englie
A spooial meeting of tho com pany Will
be hold in Town Hall, this (Tues
day) evening at 71 o'clock. A full atton
danoo is urged, to consider important
E. 8. CHANDLER,
jan 14 Secretary.
? LL parties who have been engaged in
A teaching sinco November must hand
in sworn reports to the School Commis.
sionor's offico (with the Auditor's offico)
by the 25th of Januriry, in order that the
attendance in oach may be known. The
attendance must bo increased to the
A. J. Lamar, B. F. Boulware and Lewis
Greo have been appointed trustoo for
Dittrict No. 4. They will meet and
All line schools must be agreed upon
beforehand by the respective truptees, to
avoid trouble in regulating pay of teach
ers. All certificates issued in excess of
appropriation are by law void.
It. MEAN8 DAVIS,
T. R. ROBERTSON,
jan 14-xltl County Examinors.
SALE BY JUDGE OF PROBATE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY QP FAIRFIELD.
William B. Woodward as Admiinistrator of
tLo Estato of Iary Lathan, Deceased,
Samuel Lathan, Robert Lathan, Alex. La
than and Others.
I N pursuanco of an order made in
the abovo statod case, I will offer
for sale before the court-h-use door
in Winnsboro, on the first Monday
in February next, within the legal hours
of sale, to the highest bidder, at Ynublio
auction,the following-described propert.y,
All thAt tract or parcel of land,
lying and situate in the county of
Fairfiold, on the waters of Ro-ky
urook, containing ONE nUNDRED AND
SEVENTY-TWO ACRCS, nore or 13s, and
bounded as follows ; On the north by
lands belonging to the estate of John
McKeown, on the east by lnnds of Jeffer
son Hemphill, on the south by lands of
Samuel Lathan, and on the west by lands
of William Morrison and James Brown.
TERMS OF SALH:
One-half of the purcbase money to be
paid in cash, and the balance on a credit
of twelve months, with interest from day
of tal-, to be secured by the bond of the
purchasor and a mortgage of the promises,
the purchasor to pay for all necessary
J. R. BOYLES,
Office of Probate Judge, J. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
January 14, 1879.
j Im 14-x2tl
One light Two%Horse Wagon.
One heavy Two-Horse Wogon.
One One-Horse Wagon.
One Top Buggy.
One Open Buggy, second hanid.
Prices of all work reduced.
ov 28 DESPORTES & MONTS
M'1ite L8ad nd ixed Paint Co.
CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000.
These Paints are mixed, ready for tume any
shade o eor ain mod in any quan6,itiesirom
fore uar ton thiardeapradwlls h4
tio s on a PitWmix inteodiaywy
LO MIXEDOW PAINTGs,
~Zio ad insedOnlhl a soltonad ed
r Huse Htel,n tirud ieo nd will lenttre.o
tihe asoln,fer ainixd guarnst theoriryw.
publi o idceont ovruncuped o a amietny
fouerinushem. Thuae so huses Tand sop
pofe th thees villst in Aec mareitd woi..
aofor mpl oors and Price Lit,tteo.
Ta103ia Cha s t. Nw. York
AVOID DNGER !
And buy RED "C," Non Explosive
for which we are agents..
We also havp 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
Lamps and Fixtures.
nov 20 McMASTER & BRICE.
FRESH GOODS !
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bbls. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffoo-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choico Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mnl
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, reaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold cheap fo]
nov 9 D. U. FLENNIKEN.
O UR HOUSE !
rl HE summer having come and gone,
.1.I am now .prepared to furnish in the
place of coohing boverages, all kinds of
winter drinks, such as Tomn and Jerry,
Hot Scotch, Egg Fiip, &c.
Wines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Sweet
Cidor and Cigars. The best in town.
EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! EGGSI
Dozen Eggs, jus. received for the Christ
mans Holhdays. Call and you can get all
the Eggs you want.
Meals can be had all hours at my reo.
taurmnt. Fresh Oysters, F'ish and Sau
sange always on hand.
-GIVE ME A cALL.
dec 19 JNO. D. I1(oCARLEY.
HAS arrived in town, and for the
next few days will "hang out" at
He has brought with him a complete as
Consisting of Onmafeotloneries, Nuts, Pire
Works, Canned Fruits, and
That old folks and young folks, desire at
this joyful season. Let everybody come
an msply themselves at astonishIngly
NOT~ICE TO CREDITORS.
A LL prsonsindebted to the under.
sindor to H. L. E~lliott & Co. must
come forward and settle and save trouble,
jan '7-1m nMINuuS wr C r.
At The Au
In Dry Goods, Boot
Worth of Goods to be sold rogard<
from the market the third time thi
bonofit of the recent decline in Dry (
can now show you Now Goodi ci,ap<
I have no old goods to try to got off
handed down from season, dear at an
you. Every article in my house is n<
and will be sold much loss for cash, tl
elsewhere. Read my price.list and k
Elegant Calicoes, 51 cents.
Graniteville 3-4 Shirting, 5 cents.
3,4 Bleached Shirting, 5 conts.
Striped Cassimeres, 10 conts.
Three yards of Jeans for 25 cents.
Look at my 20 cents Jeans.
Black Alpaca a specialty.
75 cents Alpaca reduced to 62 ets.
A very good article at 35 cents.
White and Rod Flannels at cost.
My popular side split Corset ro
duced to $1.25.
Ladies' Silk Ties, 5 cents.
Ladies' untrimmed Hats, good styles
only 25 cents.
JOHN L. MIMNAUGII
Whether for family use or manufactu ring,
is the doublo-thread, look-stitch
It will last a lifotine--overy Machino
rpn- Vertical Feed is the greatest ad.
vanoo made in sewing mechanism
since the invention af sewing inachines.
We invite a careful examination of it,
believing no one can fail to recognize the
fact that it is the MORt perfect iewing
Machino made, combining simplicity
strongth, durability, and economy. We
do not hesitate to claim for the
in addition to its superior principles,
more absolute perfection of workmanship
and moro complete adjustability than
poitains to any competing machino now
iu the markot. Among the various it
provements is the Improved Shuttle,
Milled Shank Noodle, Adjustable Needle
Plate, New Patent Thread Controller and
Automatic Bobbin Winder. Every Ma
chine is on good substantial rollers, for
which there is no extra charge. For
tucking, cording, braiding,quilting,
ruffling, fringing, embroiderng, shoo
fitting, tailoring, dress-making, and
THE DAVIS HAS NO EQUAL.
References to those who ha~vo the Im
proved Davis Machine in uso in Fair
Mrs. Williamn McNall
Mrs. Williami D. Aiken.
Mrs. A. W. Ladd.
Mrs. J. C. Rowe.
Mrs Dr. T. T. Robertson.
Mrs. Dr WV. K. Turner.
Mrs. J. W. BIlick.
Mrs. William Stevenson.
Miss Margaret Aiken.
Mrs. D. Miller.
Mrs. Eliza Williams.
Mrs. James Q. Davis.
Mrs. Robert Crawford.
Miss J. Harvey, and others.
Just think of it-a machine selling for
$60 a short time ago y.ou can now pur
chase for $30, from
Agent for Fairfield County.
.Also agent for two other first-class
machines-the New American, and the
Call on J. 0. B3OAG, and get the best
Family Sewing Machines made.
Great reduction in lirices of Dress
Goods, Shoes, hats, Clothing, &o.
Alwvays a fall and complete line of
Famnily Groceries, Tobacco, Cigars, Con
footlonaries, Fruits &o., as cheap as the
Lumber and Furniture for sale low
for cash by
jan 11 J. 0. BOAG.
.J'e DOES NOT HI EAT THE HOUSB
Perfect for all kinds of (looking and Hoat
Always ready and reliable,
The most satisfnctory Stove made and the
fa Fiond for oiroulars,
WHITNEY & HALL MF'G. CO.,
lyBi-ly 13 Chestnut St., Phila. .
CHOIICE lied KIngs & Baldwin's,
*2.00 p., bushel.
nov 08 U. 0. D)E8PORmma
s, Shoes, Hats, &c.
ass of cost. Having just returned
s season, and therefore got the
loods, *Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., I
3r than ever brought to Winnsboro.
on you, rotten with old ago and
y price, even if they give them to
3w and direct from manufacturers
ian old goods you soo advertised
i0p it for comparison.
Flowers ranging from 10 cents up
to something nico at 40 and 50 cts.
Good Spool Thread at 2j cents.
Look at my Children's Shoes, 25 cto.
up to Misses Shoes, 40 and 50 ets.
A splendid one pieco woman's plow
Shoe, at 85 cents and $1.00.
The best man's plov Shoe in the
State for the money, only $1.00
My Ladios' fine Shoes can't be boat
for style and finish.
Eagle and Phonix Ball Thread at
A big drive in Ladies' Collarettes at
, The Acknowledged Underseller.
TOO MUCH CLOTHING.
We offer from day to.-day $2,000 worth
of CLOTHING at and below cost.
TOO MANY SHOES.
Our large stock must be reduced.
Boys' calf sewed, $2.25 at $1.50.
" other Shoes very low.
All Shoes very low.
TOO MANY DRY GOODS.
We offer very best Calicoes at 61 cents.
We offer other brands at 5 cents.
We offer all goods in this line at ex
tremely low prices.
TOO MANY DRY GOODS.
We have an exceedingly fine assortmont
of Hats. Low I Low I ! Low 1 ! !
TOO MANY GROCERIES I
A first rate Soap six bars for 25 cents,
Bacon, good,5 cents.
Teas from 35 cents to C0 cents, best.
TOO MUCH OF EVERYTHING.
e oaffer our stock at prices that can't
Too Many ACCOUNTS UNPAID.
All persons not paidl up by the first of
January will be sued.
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CHEESE! CHESE I
Best Factory Cheese, @ 15 cents
jan 7 W. H. DONLY.
A PPLIOATIONS will be reeived
..Iuntil thie 15th Instant for thepffiqo
of oliceman for the town ofWini.boro.:
Applicant, must furnish sAtI tor
*JAMES A. DIIIOE,
Jan 2-Sd . Intendant,