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TUESDAY. APRIL 1, 1879.'
'1':aIts of TilE NEws AND HElMALD.
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Spring goods-J. M. Beaty & Co.
Three ntegroes were arrested and
confilued inl jail on Saturday-two
-charged with riot, and one with grand
Honesty is the best policy in medi
cine as well as ian other things. Ayor's
Sarsaparilla is a genuine preparation
of that unequalled spring mnedicine
81nd blood purifier, decidedly superior
to the poor imitations heretofore in the
market. Trial proves it. *
On oxaminiing the statutes at large
of South Carolina, volume 16, page
666, it will be funnd that the penalty
for robbing the nest of any mocking
bird is ten dollars for each offense,
11111(10 recoverable before any trial
justice. one-hatlf to be paid to the in
Dl."rn IFuot PNEUMONIA.--Mrs.
Ilattic Robertson, wite of Mr. John A.
Robertson, died on Monday morning,
of pnIenmnoIa-a diseose that seems of
late to have been very prevalent in this
section. Mr. itobertson leaves three
-children. These, with her afflicted
husband, have the sympathy of many
R l.utnom) Sciltt:mi,tI..--Tlie follow
ing is the present schedule of arrivals
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
gusta lItailroai, on the basis of Wasl
ittgtot timne, which is about sixteen
minutes faster than Winnsburo tine:
I).1r AssENa En-Gos Nowrlr.
Coltinhia - - 2.2( . I.
B-vtlewood - - 2.15 "
Hidgeway - - 2.32 ''
:Simlpson''s - - 2.5. "
Vinnsboro - - 3.11 "
.Adger's - - 4.24 "
WhViite Ontk - - 3.:h4 "
'Woodward's - - 3.47 "
JUhckstock - - 3.52 4'
Cornawall's - - 4.02 "
Chester - - 4.22 "
DA)v PA$SENOEnt-GOQINJJ SOU'rH.
Chaester - -- 1.28, I>. aM.
-Cornawe11's - - 1.49 4
Ullackstock - - L.59 "
Woodwatrd's - - 2.04 "
White Oak - - 2.16 "
Adgar's - - 2.25 "
WVinnsb.horo - -- 2.38 "
Sipons - - 2.556 "
Ridgeway - - 3.11 "
Blythtewood - - 3.30 "
Cohlannbia - - 4.10 "'
Ii-- IN I Irr PAsSLEIER-OING NOwrT.
'Columnbia -- - 10.00, r. M.
Ulhhvewood - - 10.58 "
Ridlge way - - 11.16 "
Winntsboro - - 11.47 "
Whtite Otak - - 12.12 A. M.
Wodads- - 1 2.26 "
Ulackstock - - 1232 '
Corntwall's - - 12.43 "
Chiester' - - 1.03 "
Nzou'r PAsENGER-GoING SOU'TH.
CThester -- - :3.1(1, A. M.
C ort nal's - - 33
.lhacksock - - 3.40 "
Woodwar'd's - - 3.45 "
White Oak - - 3.58 "
Winnatsbor'o ,- - 4.20 "
Rlidgeway - - 4.5t "
Jhlythiewood - - 5.09 "
'Columtbia - - 5.53 "
.NEW0S F TH9 DA Y.
The Protestant crgymien of San
Fr'anacisco have untited inm a movetment
'for the reformat1on of p)ublie afflabs
t.hrongh religion," and are delivering
sermons on the subject.
Knox Mortont, colored, the murder
er' of Juoe. Whittenaycr and wife,
was hanged on Friday af, Nashie.
Twelve thousand persons wvere pres
ent. Hie madle a full contfession.
It seemls thte lhbode Island Demo
- cats tnominated for lieutenaant-gover'n
or a man wahmo mioved ont of the St ate
two v'ears ago. The State is so large
they had necver missed him.
Ran. Tucker, of Virgitia, and Car
lisle, of Kentucky, are quoted as au
thority for the statement that Mr.
Hayes will signt ain act depriving depn
ty marshals of the right to make ar
Wils.onsain has a boy hero. HIe sur
prised two horse thieves ina a barn,
I ocked himself in wvith them, and .at
tempted a capturo. They had to wound
him with kIcuves before ho would let
The Boston Pilot thinks that "to re
fuse Jefi' Davis a place on thme Mexican
war' penisin list because lie was a
rbla quarter of a century -fer he
had fought as a patriot is like punish- ]
ing at son for a misdeed by his grand
News has been received from high
authority that the finding in the .Fitz
John Porter case completely vindicates
him. The Grand Army of the Repub
lic and the Society of the Fifth Army
Corps have fired congratulatory salute.
Cox, the murderer of Alston, is com
fortably quartered in the Atlanta (Ga.)
jail, where his wife and sister spend
the days with hin. lis face is still
very much swollen, and his physician
says he will bp unable to appear for
trial at the next term of court.
The people of Mobile, Ala., have
voluntarily resolved themselves into
what may be termed a quarantine
brigade, and the slightest report start
ed in regard to vellow fever in New
Orleansor the suirroundingcountry will
bringr the organization into active
service like a body of'minute-men.
Ilabessah Douglass, while walking
on Thursday evening near Dauphin,
Pa., was met by a man named Gaynor,
who drawing a pistol shot her in the
left and right breasts, killing her in
stantly. Gaynor then shot himself
dead. Iabessah was at one time a
domestic servant in the family of i
Gaynor, and was about n'neteen 'ears t
old. Gaynor was'a married man, tort.v-]
one years of age. It is thought th'at
jealousy caused the tragedy.
On Sunday night, during church
services, the residence of Bisho p Gross,
at the corner of Drayton an Perry
streets, Savannah, was enlered by
some sharp thief who was doubtless
aware of the absence of the parties.
The room occupied by the Rev. Father
Cafferty was the only one visited, and
his desk was broken openi and
rifled of one hundred dollars and a
number of valuable articles, his pri
vate papers being scattered about the
A caucus of Greenbackers and soft
money Democrats was held in Wash- I
ington on Friday night. About thirty 1
were present, proninent among whom
were Messrs. Kelley, Regan, Springer,
Ewing, Lowe, Murch, De LaMatyr,
and others. The debate referred pamr
ticularly to the financial policy of the
government. Resolutions were passed
asking for the passage of bills to in
creise the coinage of silver to the full
capacity of our mints, and to issue
certificates-receivable for public dues
and the purchase of silver bullion at.
market rates,' to reissue greenbacks
now held for redemption of fractional
cnrrency or hereafter retired for the
payment of the arrears of pensions and
in extinguishment of the bonded debt.;
for providing for the substitution of
legal tenders for national bank notes;
to stopall increase of the national debt,
and to provide for a tax on incomes of
over $2,000. Mr. Wright, of Penn
sylvania, presided over the caucus.
W' 'E have juit received an elegant so
leotion of Spring Prints, Lawns,
And are eltling them~ at the lowest CASH
PRICES. J. M. BEATY & Co.
JUST RI ECELVED.
AFine Assortmnent of Gents' and
Youths' Fur, Wool and Straw Hats
of the Latest Styles.
A nice lot .of Gents' Hand and Ma
chine-Sewed Shoes. -Call aid see
J. F. MIcMASTER & CO.
N. B.-We would invite the atten.
ion of the- ladies to our stock of
Truekcing, for Ladies' Skirts, which
we are offering at 25 cents per yard.
3. F. McMASTER & CO.
g MOKE the "I 0" Five Cents
k, Cigar. J. M. BEATY & CO.
STATE OF" BOUTH CAROL.INA,
COUNTY oF FAIRFIELD. a
'I y virtue of an exeoution to me di- I
.11 ren ted, I will offer f6r asle before
the court-haouse door la Winnsboro, on
the first Monday Aprilinext, within the
legal hours of sale, at publio out-cry, to
the highest bidd'r, the following
descoribed property, to wit:
All that pece, parcel or tract of land,
situaite and being In the conty of Fairfild,
montaining THREE8 HUNDRED AND TWJENTY
DNE, ACnRS, atore or less, antd bounded b(
hands of G.. W. Moore, 8. T. Cloud, I.
Davis, H. Heins and F'. D CloUd--levied d
2n as the paoperty of Levi Moore, at the
muit of John Warren and HI. H. Clark
Terms--CASH . 8. W, RUFF,
Sheriff's OfRece, 8. y,' C.
Winn::boro, 8. 0,,
Mfarch 13, 1879.
rO for the1Bay8State Shoe.
J. k. BEATY & 00.
[T Is FALSE ECONOMY TO DUT A CIIEAP OR
(lAN WitHEN A FFW DOLLAiRS MORi WIL,
(nT THFl INCOMPAaALLE AND AL
KASON & HAMLIN.
IC'1 LOWEST PRICED.
L POOREST AND DEAREST.
BUT IEST ICED.
BU1EST AND CiHEAPEST.
1ix Stops, Elegant
;'tsu, of new d(e0
.ign, only - - $80.
Ten Stops, 4 Sets
Reeds in New Style
, only .. - - $05.
Ton Stops, '1 .tts Reeds, Mirror Top
ase, wit i Gold Bronze Ornamentation,
)mly - - - - - - $100.
JVER 100,000 MADE AND SOLD.
Winners of the highest honors at all
World's exhibitions for twelve
PARIS - - - 1867 VIENNA - 1873
ANTIAGO - 1875 PHILA., PA. 1876
l'ARIS . - - 1875 SWEDEN - ;878
Endorsed by Franz Liszt, Theodore
t'homas, Ole Bull, Gottsehalk, Strauss,
Marren, Morgan and over one thousand
,uminent . Musicians of Europe and . neri
'a The tostimony as to t."e immense su
)eriori(y of lt<-se inAtrunents ovt r all
>)thors is emplitie, overwhelming and
LIEN'TED UNTIL PAID FOR.
These Organs are now ofkre,l p urchas
rs by monthly instanlents of from $5
.o SI1), or will be rented until the rent
tnys for them. From one to three years
.ime givel- for pauymenI.
Special reduetion given to Churches,
3chools and Pastors, Agents wanted
!verywhere. Organs sent on trial to any
part of ti South. We pay freight both
ways if not. satisfactory.
3OUTIHERN WHOLESALE DEPOT.
For the more convenient supply of
Southern trade a Southern W hol'.sale
Depot has boon establishei at Savannah,
Ga., from wichic Dealers. Churches,
Teachers, and the retail trade can be
sup plied at N. Y. and Boston tactory
rates. For Illustrated Catalorgies, price
Lists and full iutfortmation, adtiTress
LUDDEN & BATES,
Manufacturers' Wholesale Agents.
mob 25 3u
The Friend of All !!
"I had no appetite; Hollowtay's Pill.
rgave me a hearty one." .
"Your Pilis are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and k?ep them
in the house."
''Dr. Holloway has cured my headache
that was chronic.
"1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera marbus. Tie dear littlh
thing got well in a (lay."
".\iy nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of Hello wvay's Ointine'ni
cenrid me of noises in the head.]
rubbed some of your Oianwmnt behind
the ears and the noise has left."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
ients, hut the medicine to me is wortha
"Send me1 five boxes of your Pills."
"Let mte have three 'boxes of0ou
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 s-ich testimonials as
these, but want of space compels me to
For Cultae0us ISOrders,
Mnd all eruptions oif tihe skin. t.his Oint
mtent is most in valuable'. It does not
heal externally alone, but penfetrates
w'i'h the most searching effects to the
very rcot of evil.
Possessed of this remedy, every "man
uay be own doctor. It may be rubbed
nto the .system, so as to. rcach any in-.
ernal complaint; by these means, cures
ocres or nlcers in the throat stomach,
liver, spine or other parts. It is ant in.
allible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
outractedI or stitY joints, gout, rhieuma
ism. and all skin diseases.
IMPORTANT CAUTION.-None are genuine tin.
ess, the algnature of J. iIAYDoCK. ats agent for
he'Unitedl States surrounds each box or Phil
Lndit(nt,ment. Boxes at 2%eent,f, 62 cents, and
W Thlere is considerable saving by tokinga
he larger sizes. HiOLLOWA Y : CO.,
feb 15-ly New York.
~EW GARDEN and FIRE PUMP.
This nlove and ex
is invaluable at the
outb)reak of fire, anid
for watering gardens
&o. Its const ruction
dispenses writhi both
- Piston and Statnng
%=;116. ox,doing away wuith
11 Friction, wa.ange, &e.' It is worked
o easily that with it, a lady or ehild ean
brow a steady stream of water. over an
.rea of ninety feet. l'atented January 14
.nd I5. 1887, March 11, 1873. Send for
PEICE, $6 AND $8.
.fr Agents wanted everywhere.
TEDAN A BIC1(FORD Co.,
.080) Broadway, New York.
)filee of Dansa Blekford's,
Family Knitting Machine.
NEW DEPARTURE I
G1% EA T A T TIRAO0T IO N'
[ANY usefutl articleu for th'- house or
amnsement for the ''ung at five
ents or,ten cents, whieh usually sell at
hre. thee the prion. Call and see them.
They wjiI interest any one.
moh 5 McMASTER & BiOE,.
AT COST FOR O11I.
Thesn goods are of nice pattern and
good styles. Call early and get a bargain.
. McMASTER & BRICE.
Whether for family use or manufaoturing,
is the double-thread, lock-stitch
It will last a lifetime-every Machine
T rHE Vertical Food is the greatest ad.
vance made in sewing mechanism
since the invention of sowing machines.
Wo invite a careful examination of it,
believing no one can fail to recognize the
fact that it is the most perfect sewing
Machine m-ide, combining simplicity
strength, durability, and economy. We
do not hesitate to claim for the
in addition to its auperior princi pies,
more absolute perfection of workmanship
and more complete adjnslability than
pertains to any competing machine now
in the market. . Among the various im
>rovemients is the Improved Shuttle,
Milled Shank Needle, Adjustable Noodle
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, embroidering, shoo.
fitting, tailoring, dress.making, ani
THE DAVIS HAS NO EQUAL.
References to those who have the Im
proved Davis Machine in use in Fair
Mrs. William McNall
Mrs. William D. Aiken.
Mrs. A. W. Ladd.
Mrs. J. C. Row e.
Mrs D)r. T. T. Robertson,
Mrs. Dr W. K. Trnr.
Mrs J. W. Delick.
Mrs. William Stevenson.
Miss Margaret Aikon.
Mrs. A.P?. Miller.
Mrs. Eiiz.a Williams.
Mrs. Jamtes Q. Davis.
MrH. Robert Crawford.
Miss J. Harvey, and ethers.'
Just think of it-a machine selling for
$t60 a short time ago you can now pur
chase for $30, from
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfld County.
Also agent for two other first-class
machines- the New American, andu th<
Call on J. 0. BOAG, and get the best
Family sowing Machines niado.
Great reduction in prieos of Drea
Goods, Shoes, Hate, Clothing, &c.
Always a fall and complete line o
Fan,ily Gi%ceries, Tobacco, Cigars, Con,
feetionarios, Fruits &o., as cheap as the
Lumber and ,Furniture for sala low
for cash by .
jan 11 J. 0. UOAG
CORN AND HAY.
T UST Rleceived-at the of 1 stand e
eJR. Robertson-5,000I p >nunds~ TI no
thy and Clever Hay. Tiwo Car Loads
NORT H CAROLINA CORN.
All of which will be sold very cheap for
moh 22 JNO D. McCARtLEY.
Canned Goods-Tomnatoes, Peneh.,
es, Salmon, Sardines, Pickles, &e,
Teas-Gunpowder and Youbg
Hyeon. .J. M. BEATY & 0O.
The BEST. LATEST IMPROVED,
and most THOROUCHLY aouatructed
SEWING MACHINE ever invented, All
the wearing parts are made of tho PEST
STEEL., CAREFULLY TEMPERED
and are ADJUSTABLE.
It has tho A VTOlit4TIO rNXIONf 11
has the LARGEHT IDOLENI t has the
Easiest Threaded Shuttlo,
The Oi ING are WQ nthon%
ACHIN. or U.NTZ UIG the
It has a BELF"BETTING NEEDLEt~ It
has a DIAL for regulating tho length of attic
--ITHOUT TESTING; I has a LA1O.
SPACE b der the arm; It is F4oE1S,.
and 1as more poihts of EXese,LENOE thaa
all other machle comibinedi.
2 bAgents wanted in looaoitie
wher wo are not goprasnted.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
5 30 UNION SQUARE. N.Y.
-CONSISTING IN PAT OF
24 bble. Molanses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream C rease,
2 hoxoK best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grldes,
14 sacks of Coffee--10 Rio, 4 best
.50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and -buckets.
Baeon, 'Eeet 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,
Rsisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pioles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. FLENNIKEN.
New Summer Cook.
11PRlOVEMEtNT OF 1979.
*pf DOE~S N~OT hlEAT THE HOUSE
Perfoot for all kinds of Cooking sad Uo,a*
Always ready and reliable,
The most satisfaetory Stove made and the
>> Send for circultars.
WHITNEY MF'G. Co.,
i-ly 123Chosnnt St.. Phia
SMITH'S WORM OIL.
A fewr kuai A. ~ S'
the WeOit. ad Lhe noxi dy e a ,'ed 1,
paosed t4 byii riou r years Old. andBh
W. P r"iLL a.
WOiM OIl, fer sale by 7 MMater & A;
~reparod. r. E. S. L,YN DO, 4t,bopa, 04,
PRESH GARDEN 8EED
at the lowest. eash prioes.