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TURSDAY, J.LNVAfRY 23, : : r9.
R AIitOA S~l-:DU-:.-The ollow..
ing is the presentli, chedille o' arrivals,
01n the (Charlotte, Columbia and Au
DI )v PA~.SSENG~ Elt--omoj Noitirn.
Columbia - ..15 I. M.
Blythewood - - 2.41 '
ltidgeway - - 3.03
Wilinnboro - . 3.35 '
WOodwInl'sd - . .,10 "
BlIakstock - - 4.15
Chester .. . .it
DAY PASSENG Ein-GoING S:'.
(leser - - 12.47 1. m.
Blackstoeck - - 1.1 "
Winb -- -- 1.56 ''
lidgeway - - 2.216 '
1lylvtewood - - 2.44 ''
Columia - - 3.25 "
6elling out-T. K. Elliott, Assignee.
Watce, Jewelry, &c.-Connor &
Ftact-McMaster & Brice.
Sheriff's Sales-S. W. Ruff.
Strenythen your voice tild re4)move
coughs, colds 111(1 hor e f , by
taling Dr. Ull's Cough Syrup. Price
25 cent s per bottle. *
Col. James 11. Wtion and essrs.
Wni. -1. Lyles and J:icob T. Barron
ave formed a law co-partnership under
the s!.yle of Rion, Lyles & Barron.
Their olice is inl Columbia.
The 1st ofi grn id jiurors For the pres
ent year contii its tho names flileen
white persons aid three colored. The
Jist of petit jurorS for the February
termi ot'court conaiis 1 ia.mes of
twenty-seven white persons and ninc
Mr. Thomas Anderson ias resigned
his positiou as Master 31echanic ofihe
(lirlotte, Co1 i umbla and An gusta
Riiilroad, and Mr. T. 1). linle is:
doin g diuty as uperintienident anid
Milster Alechitanic. Captain \Wim.
Fickling has been appointed foreman
of the s~amel road.1
Jouax A Imsrm.-The Now berry N "Irs
has clianged hands. and is now con
ducted by Alssrs. . L. Blouham, Jr.,
and L. W. Simkis. e'1 Iper has
beci considerably enlarged, and shows
every sgi of be; - in iii nIl respects
a success. We extend to .the new
proprietors our best wishes.
Mr. Julian A. Selby is running the
Columbia Phmrnix . as a five-colun
daily. He also proposes to conduct
a weekly, to be cilled the .1eacon. I
Mr. Selby is 0one of thbe mlost. eperi
enced journalists in Soath Ca rlina,
and khnows how to iake a good paper.
lowing of grand jurors
cently drawnvto servo for the p~resent
Whi/e-Jon M. Lemmion, Thomas
Arledge, J. 1F. McMaster, Johni A.
llemh-lix, W. H. LFleniniken, T.x W.
W~oodward.(, Cal vini Brice, Johna -W.
Seigler, Samuel Tferrace, Hlenriy
Hiarris, Jahmes F. K~ennedy, Th'ios. E.
Roll, E. S. Chandler. Wmn. F. Stanton.
F~ran k C urlec.
Colore.(d-Jameus M\imns, AlJexan'er
lleckhami, Roblei t Cordes.
T1hec following is a !ist of thie. petit
jurors-draw n to serve at thie FiebruaryI
term of' the Circuit Court.:.
Whi/e-Hlenry M. THinnant, Thomas
B3lair, John F. Paul, R1. J. McCarley,!
Wmn. A. Cook, Uiramn IHol, Viy;
P. Clayton, R.. D. Rol~ck, P. MI.
Spence, C. 0. 11. Countis, Jamne;
Beaty, Eli W. Parker, A. W. Ladd.
T1hoa. J1. Perry, Wma. -A. Romnedy,
Johni S. /'id wvell, Franics GAerig, Thos.
L. Johnson, Thos. WT. Lanudeidle, A.
F. Blair, Win. R. Garrison, Wim. B.
Brooks, Wylie T1.. Yarborough, John
S. Clowney, D)avid II. Wilson, A. P.
Colored -ill1 WoodwarV nd, Sar mel
Thomas, James Eg!eston, Qually
Davis, .Johin Ulnmilton', Charles Green,
Charles Gamble, Hezoekiah 'Sims,
KILLED BY A POSsE.--On Friday
last, three wvhito men, Isaiah Smith,
Arthur Bllizz/ard and James Prico, and
a boy named Johnm Price were arrest
ed and lodg;ed in jail, on the chiarge
of complicity In the killing of a negro
named Adam Boyd, a few miles be
low Simpson's Turnout on Thursday
night. The story is that these men,
with William Harwell, wvere appoint
ed a posse b~y Trial Jus1.ice Hogan's
constable, to search the house of the
deceased. They approached the.
house, when Boyd pulled up
tie ilooring and got under
nmeath. Being discovered, ho was
pulledout, when he d.-ow a pistol on
the party, one of whomn (which one it
is not known) immediately shot him,
the ball pIercing the heart. After the
man was killed H-arwvoll went off', and
the others came to Winnsboro to re
port the affair, when they found that
the brother of the -deceased had
already come to town and taken a
w arr'ant for. their arrest. .An inquest1
was held by Coroner Iltnant, and
the jury found that the deceased came
to his death11 'romn a pistol shot at the
hands ot .some person unknown, and
that the tive parties above named
were accessaries to the killing.
It is said that the dead negro was an
old offender. Several nionths ago he
carried three gallons of whiskey to a
negro frolic, mid retailed it. When
No-Nose Wilson and the other raiders
were in this county hunting up
moonshiners, they caught this fellow.
As it was a cold day, after riding ia
while Wilson got oir his.horse and
pit the negro onl it. lie rodo along
leisirely for a while until a favorable
mnomeIt arrived, wheit he stuck spurs
and put. oll' at a run, thus escaping the
nme-ciful clutches of Uncle Sam, only
to meet a worse fate.
TlE KCNIGII'S OF 1YOR.
Officers Recently . Elected by the
Winnsboro Lodge --Something About
the Aims of the Organization.
The following officers have been
elected by True Brotherhood Lodge,
No. 3 1.1, Knighu of Honor, to serve
for the ensuing term:
Dictat or--Jno. S. Reynolds.
Assiktant Dictator-W. II. Kerr.
(leportcr-E. S. Chandler.
Financial Ileportor-W. C. Besty.
Treasurer-G. A. White.
Chaplain-Rev. W. A. Rogers.
Guide-Jas. Q. Davis.
Gkuardian-D. R. Flennikon.
The order of the Knights of Honor
dales its organization only fivo or six
years back. In that short space of
time it has spread over tle whole
Union, and now has a inembership of
at least fifty thousand. There is a
Grand 10Lodge organization in nearly
every State in the Union with a Siu
preme Lodge organization which ex
cecises a supervisory control over the
whole and itiies the members into
one solid, hIarnionious brotherhood,
extelding fromi1 Mainoji to California.
The imost important featuro in this
order, and the one wich has given it
suchl' wonderful popularity, is the in
surance feature. Each member is re
quired, when called on, to pay in one
dAllar as an assessment for the
widows' and orphans' benefit fund.
The treasurer of the Lodge forwards
this to the Supremeo Treasurer. Eacl
assessment carries into the Supreme
Treasnry fifty thousand dollars. Thon
upon the dcath of a member, hi4
widow and children are promptly
paid tile sun of two thousand dollars,
When the amount in the Supreme
Treasury is rednced below two thous
and dollars, another assessment i
called for, and thus no member evei
has more than one dollar at a tine ft
the hands(1 of the officers of the organi
zation. Tfhe fund is paid out as fast as i
is received; no0 investments have tC
ho0 made; the expenses as compared
with other insurance organizations are
hut a tr-'le, and there is little risk tc
be run on account .of faithlessness or
miismanageiment by the ofmcers whc
handle13 the fund. TIhe experionco of
the last two or three years shows that
the yearly assessments amount to about
clevyon dollars. This wvill be increased
about two or three dollars in the year
just past, on account of the yellowi
fever epidemic which, of course,
caused an unusualincr-ease in the death
irate among the membership. Norn
ar-e r-eceived into membership, excopi
such as ar-c sound in health, all having
to nu'der-go a careful medical examina
tion betore being received into the
or-der. Members ovei- for-ty-five years
!)ay an additional assessment. Per
sons over fifty years of age caannoi
join the or-der-, except as honorary
memiber-s, in which case they do noi
get the beneflt of the insurance fea
BY virtue of sundry azoontions to mi
Bdim'cctod, I will oftfor for side, on the
first Monday in February next, before thc
court-house door in Winnsboro, for OIS,
the followirig-described pr-operty, to wit;
One lot of corn, eontaining seventy
bushels, more or less, levied on as the
property of P'rimus Bell, at the suit of
W. . Doty and D, V. Wailker.
Thirty-five bushels of corn,. more 01
less, and one thousand pounds .of. fod
der, the property ot James Biohburg, at
the suit of T. K. Elliott, Assignee.
One thousand bushols of cotton seed,
twventy bushels of corn, four hundred
pounds of fodder, twn hundred pound.
of seed cotton, all more or less, the prop.
orty of T. 0. Wilio and 3. RL. Martin, at
the suit of W. J. Davis.
Twenty bushels of corn, the prop'erty
of Wiley Farmer, at the suit of James
Thirty-Ave bushels of corn, four hun
drood pounds of hay, a small. lot of seed
cotton, all more or less, the property of
Tim Wiley, at the suit of G. W. Martin.
S. W. RUFF,
Sherifras Ofmle, 8. F. C
Winnsboro, 8. 0..
January 16, 1879
PIANOS & ORGANS!
FROM THE BEST MAKERS
TO BE SOLD AT
Ten of the leading Manufacturer's of the U.
S., have given us exclusivo control of teir In
struments In the South, and authorized us to
c for Introdiuction and advertisement, ONE
J'HOUBAN D of their best Instruments In repre
sentative Southern households at Factory
WUO0LESALE RATES. This
GRAND INTRODUCTION 6ALE
Commenced Nov. 1, and will continue until all
are sold. Don't miss the chance. It Is the
lyale of the kind over yet attenpted In
SEE THE PRICES.
PIANOS T fine Rosewoodgctarved $125
Iund red and ten dollars.
S3X oct.ine Rosewood carvedin
PIA NQS Leg. Catalogue Price, six $150
PIANOS oct. Square Grand, Su- 250
perb Case. Catalogue Price,
one thousand dollars.
$57 9 StOPE. Handsome Wlu
Caseis.Cataiogue rice twoORGANS
hundred and seventy dollars.
$71'aSetO-s- Elegant Walnut ORGANS
Cai.Ctalog ue Price three
hundred and forty dolfars.
$86 13 Stops, Superb MirrorTop ORGANS
hundred and seventy-ive dol.
All guaranteed Instruments. Iakees name
on each. FIFTEEBN DAYS TRIAL if wanted,
we pay the freight it no sale. A trial coats
nothing If instrument don't suit. Don't hesl
tate to order.
MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS
MASON & HANMLIN
Church and Parlor
Organs. 13C.t a n d
in elegaut Cases.
4 Steps. Ofily $85.
to Stops, only $io.
PELOUBEIT & PL-.
TON Orfans Stops,
.ily $60. 10 Stops,
wit Bell Chimes, on
Chickering. Knabe, Weber, Hallet & Davis
Gem and Favorite Piano al neluded In this
sale. A clean sweep. 1reserve. All. now
Instruments of latest styles.
Bond for introduction Sale Circular giving
t tR rgau w ewtr 9 eve reght paid to any
R. RI. point In the South. padtan
LUDDEN & BATES,
Wholsale Piano and Organ
We oiy iavie ye.
$1,000 IN TRnRU PnDMIUMS.
WTE will pay the agent sending us the
Vlarg est list of subscribers before
Miarch 1, 1879, one first-class 7j octave,
roscwood or walnut, NEW sCALE, UPnIIGHT
PIANO, $860.00. This list to be at least
For the second list, ijot to be less
th an 200 names $100) in gold.
For tile third fist, not to be loss than
100 nameslC, $60 in gold.
For $13.00, at one time, we will send
ten copies one yelar.
For $7.00, at one time, we will send five
copies one year.
For throe naumes and $6.00 we will
send the Companion Bioroll Saw and
1Drill, value $3.50, as a special premium.
For five namnes and $10.00 We will send
the Companion Boroll Saw, Drill, and
Lathe, value $5.00, as a special premium.
We will send THu H AwaTE and "GL.EAN
INGS Fonl TUE CURmoUs" to agents at $3.00
and return $2.00, if the book Is not wanto,1
on examination, for its return, post-paid,
if returned at onde. Address
HAWKERYE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
dee 5 Burlington, Iowa.
"T HE T2E AOH E R."
T'N JANUARlY next we will issue the
.Lfrst number of.
A monthly journal dlevqted to the in
terests or Teachers, Schools, and the
Cause of Estucation in general. To bring
I within the reach ot all, 'we have fixed
ho subseription price at the low rate of
Furr 0mm~ Pan ANNUM.
Specimen copy will he sent by mail
prepaid on receipt of a five cent stamn.
pa Teachers will do well to send for
our Educ'ational Catalogue.
ELDRIEDGE & 131O.,
ost 98-zt3m 17 Northj lih St,, Phila.
rOR THlE SEWING MAOBIN2.
The Four We Iq Automtatic
VtHE machine always stands 1lrmly,
J.while in use. No more lifting heavy
sewing maehines. Health and labor
saved by using this caster. Price $2.80.
Will A6 eny.maohino. To be had from
knd buy RED "C," Non Explosive
!or which we are agents.
We also have just received a lot of
White Lead, Colors and Mixed
Paints, which any one
I4nseed, Machine and Train Oils
Paris White, Putty and Varnish.
A large lot of Laundry and Toilet
Lamps and Fixtures.
nov 26 McMASTER & BRICE.
COME EVERY DAY,
And Exchange YOUR CASH for
CLOTHING AND HATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Coffee at from 15 cts. to 20 cts. per
Sugar at 12 pounds for $1.00.
Parched Rio Coffee, Ground Coffee,
Brown Sugar, Extra 0, Granu
lated Sugar, Pulverized Su
gar, Candy, Crackers,
GOOD GOODS AT L OW PRICES
Remember those substantial Boots
and Shoes, tho "Bay State" stan
dard screwed and wire sewed.
J. M. BEATY.
If you detest a bursting lamp buy
the Vestal Oil. If you like a bril
ant light buy the Vestal Oil.
dec 24- J. M. B3EATY.
The Most Popular Scientific Paper in the
Only $2.20 a year, inoluding postage.
Weekly. 62 Numbers a year. 4,000
T HE SOTENTIF10 AMERIICAN is a
First-Cliass Weekly Newspaper of six-.
teen pages, printed in the most beantiful
style, profusely illustrated with splendid
engravings, representing the newest in
ventions and the most recent A dvances
in the Arts and Sciences; including new
and interesting facots in agriculture, hor
tlculture, the home, health, medical
progress, social science, natural history,
geology, astronotny. The most valuable
practical papers, by emmnent writers in
all departments of science, will be found
in1 the Scientific American:
Terms, *3.20O per year, $1.00 half year,
which includes postage. Discount to
Agents. Single copies, ten cents. Sold
by all newedlealers Remit by postal
order to MUNN &~ 0O., Publishers, 37
Park Row, New York.
. PATENTS. In connection with the
Scientific American. Messrs. Munn & Co.
are solicitors of American and Foreign
Patents, have had thirty-four years ox.
peuienco, and now have the largest es
tablishment in the world. Patents are
obtained on the best terms. A special
notice is made in the Scientific Aneio
oah of all mnventions patented through
this agency, with tho name and resi
dence of the patentee. By the immense
circulation thus given, the public atten
tion is directed to the merits of the new
patent, and sales or introduction often
Any person who has made a now die
sovery or invention, can ascertain free of
sbarge, whether a patent can probably
be obtained, by writing to the under
migned. We also send free our Hand
Book about the Patent Laws, Patente
Daveata, Tx de--Marks, their cost, ~a
how prootar!with hints for procuring
Idvances On lhventions. . Address for
~he paper; or concernin tent O.e
3 7 Park Row, New York,
Branaeh Q C~ orner 'P ad 7tha si.,
Citizo of Fairfield.
WE have recently purchased for
cash the entire stock of Dr7
Goods formerly owned by So'.
Wolfe, and have made considerablo
additions to it in staple goods ; and
we are now offering the entire
stock at prides in keeping with the
dull, hard times that are upon us.
The stock contains many valuable
goods, consisting of Gents' Cloth..
ijng, Underwear, Fine Hate,
Shawls, Shirts, Hosiery,
Gloves, Collars, &c.
Ladies' and Children's Dress Goods,
Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, in
great variety, Notions and
Staple Goods generally.
We also offer special inducements in
100 pairs Gents' Gaiters, at 50 cents.
100 pairs Women's Shoes, at 50
cents, 75 cents and $1.00.
100 pairs Children's and Boys' Shoes
at one-fourth their value.
We mean what we say, and all
persons in want of bargains will
do well. to call and examine the
stock, as we intend to verify our
promises by actual pre f.
There is also a lot of good substan.
tial Table Cutlery, Pad Locks,
Stock Locks, Steelyards,
Double-Barrel Guns, &o.,
Which we will give great induce
ments in, to clear.out.
]Remember to call at the old stand
of Sol. Wolfe. MR. FLEMING is
in charge, and will take pleasure in
waiting upon all who may favor him
with a call ; and should you not
find all you may want there, just
stop down to
in the Gorig Building, and that
agreeable and polite young gentle
man, A. W. BROWN, will take
special pleasure in showing you the
large and completo stoek under his
chatrge, from which you can supply
all your wants, at prices that will
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
Five Ladies' Paisley Shawls-oost
originally $20 and $25 each-will be sold
for $5 00 each.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESOHEL.
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 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 Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Baisina, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whi',h will be sold eheap for
nov 9 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
nd Aippingn di~e