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LITU)IAY.FER1EUArtY 1,. 187U.
R.%t uo.k1 c.nt;nmt.t.--TChe follow
ing i" the pretnt schew: ' arr;-;als,
oil tlie (:lulotle, Columbia and A.u
:DAY PAsENIuR-G OINo NORTH.
Colutnbia - - 1.45 r. M.
lythc-wood - - 2.-1 ''
Iiidgeway - - 3.03 "
Willnsboro - - 3.3.5 "
Voodward's - - 4.10 "
.llackstock - 4.15 "
Chester - - 4.46 "
A).Y PASSsNGER-GOING SOUTH.
Chester - - 12.47 P. r.
Il3ackstock - - 1.16 "c
Voodward's - - 1.21 '
Wiunsboro - - 1.56 '
ti(lgewaV - - 2.26 "
llvthettwood - - 2.44 "
Columbia - - 3.25 "
Associato Reformed Church-Rev.J.
M. Todd, 11, A. M., and 7, r. u.
Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obear,
sorvices every tSinday except the 2nd
8undav of the nulthll; at 11 A. M.
l'reshv terian Chturch-Rev. 11. B.
Pratt, I I .%. in. and 3: 30 r. 3t. Sun
(lay ,'lt 01, 9 A. M. Prayer meeting,
Wed w ,day, 3:30 r. M.
Mlethodlist Church-Rev. W. A.
Rogers, 11 A. Mi., and 7 1-2, P. M.
Sunday School, 10, A. At. Prayer
Meeting on Thursday at 7 1-2, '. x.
Itcolloway's Pills-Ilolloway & Co.
1I arlware, Shoes, &c.--J. M. Beaty
Settlement of a long dispute.
Phs'cians have at last come to the
conclusion that the best nedicinie for
teething children is 1)r. Bull's Baby
The "Globe Comtecly Company"
showel here on lionday, Tuesday
and W'bwchty nights. 'here per
foruanc e Wis not, %etry good--greatly
iuteiuori to the am.etur pert'morlmunces
we h,.ve in 11nnsrboro.
Thanks to the benlevoleiit, efforts of
the llistrionic Club, the girls' class
room at the college has been fitted up
witht very neat and comfortahle desks.
T :eut.y-six were purchased with the
funds conltrihuttd. Col. J. II. Rion
has also made a very haudsomte pres
cut of three fine double desks and
folding seats. Were his example imita
ted, the other two rooms would he
made comfortablc. There aro now
one hundred at.nd eighty-two pupils
in attendanco at the school, and no
alpp licauts can be received until vacan
Tim CImrUr CoURT.--''he follow
ing is a synOpsis of the business trans
acted ini the Circuit Coutt:
Stale vs. Jno. R. Martin and
Martin, indicted for selling prop)erty
uder mortgage, without. giving notice
to the purchascr. Mr. A. M. Mackey
atppear'ed for the defenidanits. It wvas
claimed( by them that tihey' had given
fuul not ice to the purchaser. It was
ruled by the judge that the miortage
of which it was claimned that the puir
chaser had no notice was satisfied,
and that, ini con)sequceIC, thie defend
ants must be acquitted. A verdict
was re ndere~d accoredinugly, and the
defendlants were discharged.
Tlhe p)risoneris convicted of graind
lareeny-Sain Stone and Jeff Som
were sentenced to tw~o years impris
onme'nt in the p)enitenltiary.
Onm Th ursdlay afternoon the Court
p)ro,eeed to the trial of civil causes.
Of these we shall have more to say
THE WEEKLY NEws AND COURTER
A PmtZE: Sra Y .-Tlhe proprietors of
the Ne~ws a"d CJourier, not content
with having the best dlaily in the cot
tont States, are dieternlmied to make
their weeckly seconid t.o none. It now
contains thirty-six cohlumns of choicest
matter cullea from the daily edition.
A new and attracttve feature will be
the publication of a serial story by a
Southern amut hor, illustrative of South
ernm life. A priize of one hundredlcdollars
is offered for thme best story of this
kinmd, containing twenty chapters of
ten pauges of toolscap each, the p)rize
to be awarded by a committee of
Charleston gentlemen on the 1st of
April. T1his is anm admirable idea.
Not only will the distinctive features
of Southern life be embalmed and
perpetuated in prinilt, but an opp)ortu
nity is afforded for Southern talent to
maifest itself. Southern asp)iranlts
to literary fame have little chance
wi1th Nor thern journals, but a miarket
at home may lead to the opening up
of mines of literary wealth as yet un
developed and undreamed of.
THEm TE8'r OALrr.-The Radical
politicians of Louisiana have caused
the arrest, under Federal laws, of a~
large number of Democrats charged
witha the cornmission of political of.
fenses. The grand fury that is to
pas~Is upon theo cases has been packed
with such precision that of the nine
Democrats, one's politics aredoubtfal,
and the other sixteen are true and
tried Republicans. By way of mak
ug assurances doubly sure, eleven of
tlhe Rcnublicans hold offices in th<
Ncw Orleanns custom house, which
is the headquarters of Radi':alisn and
rascality in Louisiana. It is safe t<
say that the accused will be indictcd
as fast as they can be arrested.
Tun MEXICAN VETERANS.--Th
veterans of the Mexican war wh<
live in this State are nakin
arrangemont3 to send a delagatior
to attend the annual gathering o
the veterans at Washington on thi
22d instant. Thus far the followinj
survivors have signified their inton,
tion to go : 0. R. Levy, Duncal
Cameron, John Easterby, Jndge T
J. Mackey, Capt. W. B. Stanley an<
H. Wing. Others are expected t<
Mr. Sitting Bull tells us that h<
has thrown his war paint to thi
winds, which is all right enough
but we are more anxious to knov
what he has done with his toma
hawk and scalping knife.
Lost time is forever lost. Absenci
from school is often caused by
cough, cold or hoarseness, and cat
easily be prevented by giving Dr
Bull's Cough Syrup to the children
Price 25 cents. *
Johnny made such a fuss wher
hia mother undertook to trim hit
nails that she threatened to claw.
reform him to keep him quiet.
The Friend of All !1
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pill*
gave me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and knop them
in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headache
that was chronic.
"1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
for c olera morbus. The doer little
thing got well in a day."
"by nausea of a morning is nou
"Your box of Followay's Ointment
cured me of noises in the head. I
rubbed some of your Ointment behind
the ears and the noise has left."
"Send mo two boxes; I want one for a
''1 enelose a dollar; your price is 21
conis, but the medicino to me is worth s
"Send me five boxes of your Pills,"
"Let me have three boxes of you
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials a
th ese, but want of space compels me ti
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint.
ment is ruo$t in valuable. It does no
h eal externally alone, but penetrate,
with tho most searching effects to thi
very rcot of evil,
Possessed of this remedy, every mn:
may be own doctor. It may be rubbet
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by those means, eurei
5sores or ulcers in the throat stomach
liver, spine or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad b)reastF
contraotedl or stitj u>ints, gout, rhouma
tium and all skin (tisases.
IMPoRtTANT CAUTIoN.-None are genuine un
less r.he signature of J. IIAYDooK. as agent to
the'Uniten states surrounds each box of P11)
aeacitr.tent. Boxes at 25entr, Oe cnts, an
rw- 'Tere Is considerable savIng by takin
the larger sizes. HoLLo WAY & Co.,
fob 15-1y Now York.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
at the lowest cash prices.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
J. M. BEATY & 00
Have in steck all kinds of Stool Plowi
Also. Heel Bolts, grass Riods, Trac
for laying Plows, &e.
New Summer Cook.
fii DOES NOT HI EAT THE flOU81
Perfect for all kinds of Uooking and THe
Always ready and reliable.
The most aatisinotory Stove made'ad th<
pfr Sond for ciroculars.
WHITNEY & HALL MF'G. C0,,
?-ly 1230Chestnut St., Philb
COHOIOE Red Kings & Baldwin's
new 98 . G. DinDMV48.'
THE LIGH -RUNING I
The BEST, LATEST IMPROVED,
and most THOROUCHLY conuiecLM
i SEWI NG MAC It N Eever invented. A:
the wearing partt nro mttdc of the DC'.1
STEEL, CAREFULLY TLMPER:ED
and are ADJU8TABLC.
It has the if Y77)AA 2'J(47 7:XhROX i i
has thao .ttI.E2' .D(t1.Z1' It has lu:
Easiest Throac'd 23huttle.
The 13013DINS are WOUND without
'tUNNING or Ul TEIRE&DING t':
It has a SELF.SETTrNC} NEEDLE: It
has a DIAL for regulating the length of stitch,
vITIHOUTJ TiI+INU; It has a I.AitO>r.
SPACE titler the tu"m; It ih N019.141S.
and has more points of EXCrLLLNCL than
all other machines combined.
*-Agents wanted in localitlos
whore wo are not roproaonted.
. Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
PIANOS & O ANS!
FROM THE BEST MAKERS
TO BE SOLD AT
Ten of the leading Manufacturer's of the U.
8., have given us exclusive control of their in
atrumnents In the South, and authori7ed us to
rlaco for introduction and advertisement, ONE
I'HOUSAND of their best instruments In rrpre
sentativo Southern households at Factory
SWHOLESALE RATES. This
GRAND INTRODUCTION SALE
Co ecdNov ,and wil contiu Unti
Al e of t,he kind over yet attempted in
SEE THE PRICES.
PIANOS 7 oct. ine Rosewood Carved $126
hun dred and terndollars.
- PIANOSi*- TeiaI'%e"'e*P*d Carved$150J
-PIANOS Bu,- Aian$250
one thousand dollars.
$67 tosaa g'eerw aut ORGANS
hundred and seventy dollars.
$71 la Pre a nuoORGANS
hundred and ortv dollars.
$86 IStps,'tlcg" e Pieror opORGANS
hundred and seventy.Ilvo dol.
on each. FU"EEN DYS 'IIAL if wanted,
not lg i nstrument don' suit,A rDo hs
tate to order.
*MASON & RAMLIN ORGANS
Chuirch and Parlor
Organs. Beost a n d
cheapest. Ne wstyles
6 Steps, only $88.
e ~10 Stops, Only $100.
PE,LOUJJET A PEL.,
TON Organs, 68Stops,
only $65. 10 Stops,
psAslig eswith ell Chimes, on
-Chiekering, Knabe, Weber, Hlallet & Davis
Mathiushok, Hainesa, Dixie, Pease, Southern
Gem and avorite Piano~ all IDeluded in thIs
Inat'rumeonts of lates stles.rsr.Alnw
Bend for introduct,ion Bale Cireular giving
prices and full information.
I. I. point in te Soth.r gh paid to any
LUJDDEN &; BATES,
Wholesale Piano and Organ
MUS. M. W. BROWN.
TJ HIS Hotel, situated in the centre o
the town, offers and guarantees to the
publio inducements unsurpassed by any
other house in the place table stp
plied with the best in the market. Com
fortable rooms and polite attention,
Teams. 2.00 nmr can ang 94t
'RESH GOODS !!
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
I bbls. Molasses-all grades,
3O lbs. Choice Bnckwheat Flour,
) boxes Cream Choose,
boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
2 bble. Sugar, all grades,
i sucks of Coffe-10 Rio, 4 best 0
0 bble. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES. '
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets
lacon, Bost Sugar Cured Hams.
)hoice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
fafls, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Chewing To .
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
F'resh 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 cheap for
nov 9 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
Collor & Chadler
TTEEP constantly on hand an as
sortment of watches, jewelry,
silver and plated ware, fine gold
rings, gold pens,
sewing rmr.chine needles and oil,
glassware, lamps and chimneys,
vases, toilet sotts, table and pocket
cutlery, fine razors, &c.
ALL LOW FOR CASH. }
Mir Crockery at and below cost
O UR HOUSE !
STILL AHEAD !
~FlHE summer having come and gone,
-.1. I am now p)reparedI to furnish inghe
place of coohing beveragens, all kinds of
winter drinks, such as T'om and Jerry,
Hot Scotch, Egg Flip, &oe
Winos, Liquors, Lager Boor. Sweet
Cider and Cigars. The best in town.
EGGS! EGGS! EGGS I EGGS I
Dozen Egg. jusi. received for the Christ
masfHolidays. Call and1 you can get all
the Eggs you want.
Moals can be had all hours at my re
tauraRt. Fresh Oysters, Fish and Sau
sauge always on band.
--GIVE ME A OALL.
dec 19 JNO. D. McCARLEY.
$1,000 INi 'rHRE PI EMIUMS.
W EJF' will pay the agent sending us the
Vlargest list of subscribers before
March 1, 1879, one first.-class 7} octave,
rosewood or walnut, xzw sOAJna, UPRIanT
PIANo, $880.00. This list to be at least
For the second list, not to be less
than 200 names, $100 in gold.
For the third list, not tobe lois than
100 names, $50 in gold.
For $18.00, at one time, we will send
ten cop los one yea.
For $7.00, at one time, we will send five
copes one year.
For three naumes and $0.00 we will
send the or p anion Moroll Saw and
Drill, value $3.0 as a special premiur,
For flve names and $10.00 we will send
the Companion Scroll Saw, Drill, and
Lathe, value $6.00, na a speclal premium.
We will send Tu3 HawErn and "GlEaN
1Nos 103 TED OURioUs" to ag6nts 'at'$3.00
and return $2.00, if the book is not wantej
on examination, for its return, post-paid,
if returned at once. Addres
HAWHEYE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
RY GOODS RESORT.
BENEDICT & CO.,
lfer their now Fall Stook, Wholesalo and
AT LOWER PRICES
han are paid by oustomers for inferior
old auction goods.
forth of the finest and beat seleoted
shawls, Blankets, Flannels, AlpaQae,
Cashmeres, first and second
Mourning Goods, Kid Glcv es,
Notions, Hosiery, Ribbo.os,
Silk Ties, Ladies' and.
waor, Linens, Table
and Piano Covers,
other goods too
'numerous to mention
are now placed before
our old customers of the
State of South Carolita,
and we guarantee to the pub
lic and the people of this State
especially that through our immense
And long established reputation with
buyers and sellers where
Of dollars have been exchanged through
our house, that we will give better satis
faction as regards
Quality and Prices
In goods purchased from us than, any
other house South.
' SAMrPL,a SntT ON APPLIOATION. "1ik
N. B.-Charges prepaid on all goods
over and above. $10, sent 0. o. D. or for
Post Office Order. .00 Please name this
paper in ordoring goods.
Furchgott, Benedict & Co.,
275 King Street, Cbarleston, 8. 0.
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LIVES ARE OFTEN LOST
B Y the use of cheap Kerosene. Get
one of our safety Lamps in which
even the most dangerous oil is safe.
$20,000 Saved Yearly to rairfiekd,
When our farmers leprn to purobase
Chemicala and make their own fertilisers.
Call and get a book tellng how It can be -
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