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TI URmSDA1, JAYUAftrY3, 1879.
RAILROAD, SC~I-21,tLF..-The f1ollow
ing is the present sch edule of arrivals,
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
DA y PASSEN ER-OING Noern.
Columbia - - v.15 r. mr.
Blythewood - - 2.41 "
Ridgeway - - 3.03 '
Winnsboro .35 - -
WoodwardI's - - 4.10 "
lackstovic - - 4.15
Chester. - - 4.16 "
.DAY PASSENGER-GOING SOUTH.
Chester - - 12.47 r. M.
Blackstock - - 1.16 "
Woodward's - - 1.21 "
WinnIboro- - 1.)01"
Rid,gwaIy - 2.26 "
Blvthewood - - 2.44 "
Columbia - - 3.26 "
Notice for finil Discharge-Jas. W.
Assignec's Salc-J. S. Gladney,
Assignce's Salc-P. H. Coonan,
Miasonic Meeting--G. B. McCants,
Thousais of th m1ost prominent
and iitelligent personlsl)o throughout
the land have testitied to the true
muerits or Dr. Mhill'S Cough Syrup.
We advise sufferers to uisc it. Price
25 cents. *
NOT'ms FRVX A Aai 'VILL I.
Off for Florida--The Grain Crop--The
Now Fonco Law and How It Works.
Fea~i.uvi~iEJanuary 20, 1879).
Mr. T. D. Feiter leaves for Florida
to-day, for a short. while.
Small grain looks a little frovted,
w-ith thin stanlds, except where plant
Sweet pIotatoes are. ine very
Th1o new fence law system is work
ing most, admirably wVith uts. Itg bene
fits are uiniversially seen amd ad mitted
even by tho3e who were opposed to
A meeting of' the Democratic Club
hero is callod for the first Saturday in
February, at. 2 o'clock. p. im., by the
presidont, Mr. T-. W. Traylor, w)ho ex
pects a good attendance, as ilmplortanut
business will be before the chib.
The Grange had a splendid meeting
on Saturday last, and the following
is a list of the oi.cers elected to serve
for the ensuing year:
Mastor-Wmc. M. Meador.
Overseer-D. It. Feaster.
Lecturer-J. Iendrix "McLane.
Chaplain-J. I. V. Legg.
Steward-G. W. Coloman.
Assistanct Steward-J. R. Fenster.
* Treasurer--T. E. D~ye.
Secretary-Mrs. Innnie M. Clayton.
Gate Keeper-Jones Ii. McLane.
* ~ Cores-Mrs. E. M. Aleador.
Pomona-Miss Edio oast er.
Fliora--Miss Jenncie Coleman.
8towardess--Mliss Lizzie n'aucett.
There was a dance at the residenceoof
M.r. Henry TVraylor on Thursday night
last, the 16th lnst. It was brim full of
Your humble servant had the pleas
nre of meeting Miss .Iauio Lauderdale,
of W~innusbor~o, a few (lays ago, while
visiting some friends in Chester
WA ASIING TON G OSSIl'.
Patching the Ponsion Bill--A flow in
the Riadical Camp-Plain Mr. Hayes-..
Quaran ining the Fever.
W~asm1NGoro, January 18.- -Except
in financial matters the House haCs
done littlo since the holidays. Tihis
week it has p~assed bills makincg ren
backs receivable for duties on imports,
authorizing the issue of three per cent.
certificates of de posit, and simpli fying
the conversion of other issues of gov
ernent bonds into four per cenit.
The Senate has so far passed, since
recess, but one important bIll, and that
is the one known as the arrears of
pension bill. Below are given the
p)rincipal features of it. The estimat
0(1 present expense is very heavy, and
the cost in the future is also great.
The first section is as fellows:
"That all ponsions which have been
granted under the general laws rogu
- lating pensions, or may hereafter be
granted in consequence of death from
a cause which originated in the United
States serv'ice (luring the contiuance
of the late war of the rebellion, or in
.consequence of wounds, injuries or
disease received or contracted ini said
-service during erid war of the rebel
lion, shahl commence from the date of
death or discharge from said service
of the porson on whose account the
-olaim has been or shall hereafter ho
grantedl, or from the termination of
the right of the party having prior
title to such pension."
The other sections amend existing
pGnsion laws so that -claimns now re
..eotod because uncompleted for ilye'
years may hereafter be comploted, and
prohibit the taking of fees by agents
or attorneys for seenu'ing the arrears
provided for in'stion octo.
Again thd.Radiosul party is-In Inter
nmal pain. Tho gueetion of cohkoling
thn Nnw York anainn Honsa 1amina..
tions, made by Mr. Hayes to displace
friends of Mr. Conkling, is once more
before the Senate. Mr. Mayes does
an unprecedented and undiguilled
thing in sending to the Senate an at
tack upon (lie displaced friedi(8 ot the
New York Senator, ard 31r. Conkling
calls Mr. llayes "Mr. [aves." 11e
does not speak of hin as the i'resident.
And when Mr. Thurman, Jokingly de
fending Mr. llayes, says ho does so be
cause Mr. llayes is an Ohio man, and
he would defend any gentleman from
Ohio, Mr. Conkling asks Mr. Thur
man to remember that he, Conkling,
had not alluded to any gentleman from
Ohio, but to Mr. llayes. It all reads
like a page out of Diens, but it is a
serious enough an'air to several Radi
cal Senators, and to Secretary Sher
man, who was direuted by Mr. 11ayes
to send th1 on'ensive communication to
the benate. These men have ambition,
and, as I said, this quarrel is a serious
atlkir to them. The contest over the
Custom 1Louse nominations will no
doubt be bitter.
. The Baltimore Sun says the yellow
fever experts who went South with
the Congressional Committeo are
of opinion that the fever last summer
was brought from Cuba, and that the
committee will recoinmeud a very
"stringent national quarantine." This
means practically the ruin of Southern
export, business. This is to be much
regretted, and the plan should not be
adoplted if it is possible to otherwise
eflbetually head oil' the diseaso. Why
not try, as an experiment, Professor
Gangeo's scheme? lie says lie can
produce throughout any ship, in
lifteen or twenty minutes, and at
littile cost., a temperature below the
freezing point, and that the germs of
yellow fever are destroyed at such a
temperatture. This, lie says, he can do
while the wearilig apparel of passn
ers and crew is being is being disin
fected. If experts believe lie can (10
what ho claims we should by all means
give a trial before adopting the cumiti
bersoino, expensive and destructive
system referred to by the Sun.
Mr. llayes has again shown his lack
of confidence in 'homse rule" by going
outside of this District for a Judge3 of
our District Court. Until 1861 this
was hardly ever done. There has
never beens a good excuse for doing it.
WNe hare here a most intelligent bar
front which fit'ty suitable persons could
be selected. DoN.
Winntsbhao Lodge, No, 11, A. F. M.
A N extra communication of this
. Lodge will be field at Masonic
Hall on Thursday, Janur ry 123d. at 7A
o'clock, p, m. A full attendance of th;
brethren is earnestly requested, as busi
ness of importance mill be considered.
By order of tlo W. M.
0. B. McCANTS,
jan 23-It Secretary.
O N satirday, the lst dny of Febru'ry.
1879, at I I o'clcek, a. m., I will
ofror for salo at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, all that stock of
goods consisting of groceries, liquors,
cigi-rs, tobacco. woodenware, can ned
goods, &c., now in the store in Winns
boro lately occupied by V. MU. Nelson.
Also all tiie fixtures and equipments of
said store. P. H. Q ONAN,
jan 23I-t4 Assignee of W. .\. Nelson.
O N \londay, the 10th day of February,
1M19, commuencing at 11 o'clock in
thse forenvon, we will otfer for sale at
publ ic auction, to the highest bid der,
for cash, all tha.t stock of mnerchan diso,
con sistinsg of gr oceries, liquors. segars,
tobacco, etc., now in the store in Winns
boro lately occupied by R. J. McCarley.
A Iso all the fixtures and equipmeonts of
said store, including one iron safe.
J. 8. GLAD)NEY,
Assignee of R1. J1. McCarley.
J. J. NUn,,
Agent for Creditors.
Notico for Final Dischau'ge,
N OTICE is hereby given to all whom
it may concern that I will app'y
to (lie JTudge of Probate of Fairfild
county on Monday, February 24th, 1879,
for a final dischargo as admninist rater ot
the estate of Levi Iloliek, deceased.
JAS. WV. BOLICK,
jan 22-4tl dmr.
THOS. R. R(OBERTSON,
ATTORtNEY~ AT LAW and TRIAL JUSTICE,
NO. 3, LAW RA 4NGE,
WIN N S BO RO, S. C.
Of11ce hours: from 9, a. m. to
6:30, p. mn.
M ESSRS. A. W. Ladd and C. H. Ladd,
.und~er the firm name of Ladd
Bros., having, on the 14th day of Janu
umry, A . D. 1879, madef to meo a eneral
assignmeut of their property, notes, nc
counts, claims and demands, for the
benefit of their creditors, all persons sin
debted to the said Ladd Bros. are here
by notified to miakoepayiment to the un
dersigned. T. K. ELLIOT T,
jans 18taxlw Assignee.
~OTIOE is hereby given that on the
14hday of J'anuasry, 1879, Moaar.
A. W. Ladd and 0. ,H. Lsdd, under the
firm nisnio of Lada Bros., of Winnsboro,
8. 0., made to inc a general assignment
of all their property, real and personal,
debts, accounts, claims and demands, in
trust for the benefit of their creditors.
A meeting of the creditors of the said
Ladd Bros., will be held at the office of
A. M. Mackey, Esqg., attorney at law,
No. 1, Law Range. Wmnneboro, 8.0C., on
Sacturday ,the 25th day of January, 1870,
at 12 o'clock, mn. T. K. ELjIO TT,
Jan 18-t td Assignee.
A LL persona having claims against the
Fairfneld Fire Engine Company
are notified to presenat them properly|
attestod to th'e underslggned on or before'
the 1st of .February nextHNIf
PIANOS & ORQANS!
FROM THE BEST MAKER1S
TO BlU SOLDl) AT
SPE-CIAL ANNOUNCE.\hN 1'.
Ten of the lending AI:tnufatitrer'sof the U.
H., Iive givet, its excltisive cout rol of 1 hIr Iin
Shtillenl in ,h '".-'Ilk, atid 111 I0tllried us to
lae rot, int roilttetton anq~ adw -vimit, ON 1;
'3i1SA ID of their best, Iitritnients In rc pro
sentative solittlern hotitisotdS at feactory
WiIOLISAI, tATES. This
GRAND INTRODUCTION SALE
Conasnenced Nov. 1, anld VIll cOn1 i 1u 41ntil al1
are solt. mi) n't, n" the clitee. It Is tito
only sale of the k10., ever yet ititetaitert In
SElE THE PRICE.
PIANOS 7 oct. I inosewoodiCarve. $125
1,egs. CatalogItte Pric, live
hulidrel atud tel (oitrs.
PIANOS T' (tell"" "":"2"";:can$150
L~egs. Caitalogitle P $e s 150'
PIANOS Ie'- t,u- $250
pfrhbCase. Cat alogl'rlee
n1 V lito sti l lld a t11s.
$57 Slops, uandson' ialiut ORfGANS
Cases. catogut i'rIe, t wo
httitdred 1t11I Sevveily cdollars. ,
$71 13Sops. E analutORGANS
Case. a atigute Pri1ce, Ithrfee1d N.
hittntiret ani( fort.y (tiolars.
$886 is stoisSuperI mrrro R A
Caise. Catalogue P ihe. 0 G br. Wt3
httn1dred atld sevenlty-tive tio!.
All gulrant e1ll u-nelelo. Aker's naine0
oil each. FIFTE EN DAYS TRIA 1, If walite,
WV pay the freight, If no Salo. A 1111l (o.its
nothing If 1st ruinRInt don't Stilt. Doi't. liest
tate to orler.
MASON & HAMLIN OIRGANS
-AsON & IIA31 IN
Or'eins. 10.1 a :t <1
-.~ IJ? e inl':Ijpet . New st yles
inlg nIt Cases
0 S lt . , 'a l ' $ 3 5 .
- TO 1' a, tEp
- -6 iti Iell Chitme, on
Clitkerin . Knotah, W'eier, lllet k )a vis
1ta1t1im41.1'k, lians 1)txh'. I'ese. Son1111r11
GUm andi Favol lie l'tan)os, a11tll nluttill In Lil
saile. A clean .wee p. No reserve. All njew
I nstriultntts 01 latt t y1in0 .
Send for tiludeili Sale Ciroular givine
remile and.fill) 111formai ko
IMP RTA NTi $ti a
lifn Orgalt. we wilt deliver freight, pahl to any
it.it. polint tin the South.
LUDIEN & BATES,
Whole~sale Piano and Organ
$1,000 1X TrRhER PREMIUMS.
W'TE w.ill pay the at~ent sending us the
la~frges4t list ci tcisusibersc liefore
March 1, 1879, one tirsi-class 71 octave,
rosewood or walnut, N.wv SCALP, UPitoH'r
PIANO, $850.00. This list to be sat least
For thec second( list, not to L.. less
than 200 names, $10(0l in gold.
For the third list, not to bo less than
10t0 names, $50 in gol.
For $i3.00, at one time, we will send
ten copies8 ono year.
For $7.00, at 0one time, we will Bend flye
copies one year.
For three nameR and $0.00 w.o will
send tho Companion Scroll Saw anid
Drill, va'lnlo $3.560, a's aiP1030 pe illmium.
For five namos andu $10.00 we will send
the Companion Scroll Saw, Drill, andi
Lathe, v'aluo $5.00, as a special premium.
W~e w..ill send Td'iu HIAwEY~v aInd "GAIAN
I5(18 FORd TIlE CtlmcouS" to agentis at $3, dO
an~d return $2.00, if the boo0k is not wvante I
on examination, f'or its return, post-paid,
if returned at once. Adriress
HIAWKEYE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
dee 6 Burlington, Iowa.
"TIL E T EA CH ER."
' N JANUARY noxt wo will issno tihe
1.first number of
A monthly journal devotod to the in
torosts of Toachtors, Schools, and the
Cause of Education in general. To bring
i within the reaelh of all, we have fixed
ho subscription price at the low rate of
Frrrr CENTS Panl ANNUM.
Specimen eop~y will be sent by mal
prepaid on1 receipt of a lve cent stamp.
pe- Teachers will (d0 well to send for
our Educational Catalogue.
ELDRIEDGE & BRO.,
oot aI--t81 17 North 7th St., Phila,,
FOR T55 SEWiNGInACUIN5.
The Four Wheeoled Automatic
Raved by using this castor. Price $2.60,
Will A6 an~y machine. To ho had from
AVOID DANGER !
And buy RED "C," Non Explosiv<
for which wye aro agents.
Wo almso havo just received a lot o
White Lead, Colors and Mixed
Paints, which any ouo
Linseed, Machine and Train Oil
Paris White, Putty and Varnish.
A large lot of Laundry and Toilo
Lamps and Fixtuies.
nov 26 McMASTER & BRICE.
COME EVERY DA3
And Exchango YOUR CASH fo
CLOTHING AND HATE
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Corfeo at from 15 ets. to 20 eta. pe
Sugar at 12 pounds for $1.00.
Parched Rio Coffee, Ground Coffo
Brown Sugar, Extra C, Granu
lnted Sugar, Pulverized Sa
gar, Candy, Crackors,
GOOD) GOODS AT L OW PRICE
Remember those substantial Boot
andl~ Shtoes, the "Bay State" stan
dard scewed and wiro sewed.
J. M. BEATY.
If you detest a bursting lamp bu
the Vestal Oil, If you like a bril
ant light buy the Vestal Oil.
dec '2d- J. M. BEATY.
The Mos-t Popular Scientific Paper in tL
Only $2.2 a year, including postag
Weekly. 52 Numbers a year. 4,000
r [SHE ROU'XNi [FIC AMEIICAN is
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engravings, representing the noest ir
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ini the Arts and Sciences; including no'
and interesting facts ini agriculture, hoi
ticulture, the homne health, medici
ptrogress, social science, niatutrad history
geology, astronomy, The most valuabi
practical papera, by eminent writers
all deplartmionta of science, will be foun
in the Scientific Amorican:
Terms, $3 20 per year, $1.00 balf yoni
whiich incluides posingo. Discount t
Agent e. Single copics, ten cents. Sol
by all newsdenlors Remit by posIr
order to MUNN & CO., Publishers, 2
Park Row, New York.
PA'l ENTS. In connection with Lih
Scientific A merican, Messrs. Munn & 00
a.ie solicitors of American and Foreigi
Patents, have had thirty-four years 01
porienee, and flow have the largent ei
tablishment in the wvorld. Patents are
obtainod on the bot terms. A specit
notice is made in the Scientific Amern
can of all inventions patented throuigl
this agency, with the name and rOsi
dence of the patentee. Bly the immnan
circulation thus given, the public atten
tien is dircted to the merits of the nos
patent, andl sales or introduction oftto
Any porson who has made a noew dia
covery or invention, cn ascertain free o
charge, whether a patent can probabi'
be obtained, by writing to the urndoi
aiflphd. We also send free otir lani
Book about the Patent Laws, *)tents
Caveats, Tirado-Marks, thebOt 6A, and
how procnred, with hints fo- procurin
advances on inventions. *Aj0os tp
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fi71Park how, )ew Yo rk,
Branch Office, Oornot' and 'tth ste
Washington, D, C.
W E have recently purchased for
cali tho entire stock of Dry
Goods formerly owned by Sol.
Wolfo. and havo made considerable
additions to it in staplo goods ; and
wO aro now offoring the entire
stock at prices in keeping with the
dull, hard times that are upon us.
Tho stock contains many valuable
goods, consisting of Gonts' Cloth,
ing, Underwoar, Fine Hats,
Shawls, Shirts, Hosiery,
Gloves, Collars, &0.
Ladies' and Children's Dross Goods,
Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, in
groat variety, Notions and
Staplo Goods generally.
Wo also offer special inducements in
100 pairs Gents' Gaiters, at 50 cents,
100 pairs Women's Shoos, at 5Q
cents, 75 conts and $1.00.
100 pairs Children's and Boys' Shoes
at ono-fourth their value,
Wo moan what wo say, and all
persons in want of bargains will
do well to call and examine the
stock, as wo intend to verify our
promises by actual proof.
There is also a lot of good substan
tial Tablo Cutlory, Pad Locks,
Stock Locks, Stoolyards,
Double-Barrel Guns, &c.,
Which we will give groat induce
monts in, to clear.out,
Remember to call at the old stand
, of Sol. Wolfe. MR. FLEMING is
in charge, and will take pleasure in
r vait.ing upon all who may favor himu
with a call ; and should you not
find all you may want there, just
stop down to
in the Gorig Building, and that
agreeablo and polito young gentle
man, A. W. BROWN, will tako
special pleasuro in showing you the
largo and complete stock under his
r charge, from which you can supply
all your wants, at prices that will
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
Five Ladios' Paisey ShiawIn-cost
oritginally $20 and $25 each-will be sold
for $5 00 onech.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESO L,
sFRESH GOODS !
S-CON1SISTING IN PART OF--..
24 bbls. Molasses-all grades,
y 400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
-10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 hoxes best Italian Mhecaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour. E"
*BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bblg., cans and buckets
* Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Ried Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley,
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
a Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
- Durham's best,
a Chewing To
jRaisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, roaches and
:1 Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce,
A fine-lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
'All of which will be sold cheap fpr~
n ov 9 D, R. rLENNIKEN.
ROOT AND) SHOE MAKER.'
I wINNsUORO, P.0.