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I OCAL ITEMS.
TUESDAY, APRIL 1, : 1870.
TIERMs OF TLille: NEwS AND) lmI( ii,
--'Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per
annum, in advance; weekly edition,
two dollars and fifty centa pcraifnum,
in advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of five and upwards.
RATES oF ADVERTISINO.-One dollar
per inch for the first insertion, o ad
fifty cents per inch for each subseq tont
insertion. These rates tipply to a il ad
vertisenents, of whatevgr natiuro, and
are payable strictly in advan'o. Con
tracts for three, six or twelve'months
made on- very liberal terms. Tran
sient local .potices, fifteen 'eits per
line for the first insertion and seven
and one-half cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. Obituaries and
tr.ibutes of respect charged as adver
tisements. Siple announcements of
marriages and leaths published free of,
charre, and ,Solicited.
A1l communications, of wlatsoever
nature, should he addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company,
Winunsbo 'o, S. C.
Sheriff's Sales-S. W. Rui'.
Bank Report-T. K. Elliot', Cashier.
Cassimeres--J. F. McMastor & Co.
The new Town Council were sworn
into office on Monday morning. The
next regular meeting will be held on
L' An extra meeting of the Fair
field Fire Engine Company will be
held in the Town Hall this evening
at eight o'clock. A full. attendance is
PERsONAL.-We publish an exfract
from a Texas paper on a descendant of
an old Fairfield family. Sepator
Buchau.an is a son of Calvin Buchanan,
Esq., and is but twenty-five years of
age. May his years and-tame increase.
Tut CONI'EDERATE MONUMENT.--The
Columbia Register says: "From 11l.
parts of the State and from other
,States comes the information that Co
lunbia will bu filled with visitors on
the 10th of May, and the people- of
Columbia will turn out em .mase on
that day. The ceremony to be then
)erformned--the nuveilibig of the mnoun-.
went to the Confedia.e dead-is typi
-cal of a senthtnent that lies very near.
the heart of every honest man, woman
and cild in the South, and. will be the
'culmination -'f long years of paGcnt
s labor on the part of their reixe
seittatives, the ladies of the lionu
mental Association. Arrat'gemnert.s
,have been mnade wit,l.all the railroads
coining to Columbia by which visitors
can be brought heie ,or that occaion
on exceed ingly liberal terms. The
.rates will be published by-the railroad
TmE KN 10ir'rs OF IQO.-Thae ,third
session of the Grand L.odge of the
Knights of H onor conwened at New
berry,'on.the 8th inst., .aud continued
twvo (lays. A rapidly J.ureasing 'in
terest in this order 4throughout the
S'ate was mnanif'est ruoth the respecta
bility and no.mber of thme in.ambers
p)resenIt. There,.are .at p.resent thirty
two -lodlges ins the State, .nom than
half.of' which .have been ea;ganiized
du.;ng the last twvelve nataths. T1he
.hu'm.iic and.'charitable objects of' the
.order .mauke it very p)opulatt, amid tihe
s6impl)icity of its working imnspires .cen
Jidemce. It bids fai.r to ui'.m. all womr
.thmy mcli in one gm andl bro.herhmood of
Mu tual A id, 'The second sday o.' thme
recent senion -was~ anm unusuanly -inter'
'es-ing sone. .tt was couned sin the
ad(op)tion of'i a consLianLtiwn, readinmg and
discussinIg recporis, and .electing and
Lsial!ing uflemrs fo,'.the en.snimg.year'.
Tlhe .followving are the offieers installed
tfor thme year.:
L. W. aEerr'in, Abbeville, Grand
WV. L. De2aiss, Camden, Girand Vice
C..A. C. Wal.er', Grenwood, Grand
J. C. HIiden, Greenville, Grand
CChaptain. - md
G. W,. Rolland, Newberry, QGrand j
J. TV. Robertson, Abbevillo, Grand
L. T.. Izlar, Blaclaville, Grand Guide.I
.J. G. Cunningham, Andeu'son, Grand I
.J. IE. Wanwamaker., ,Orangehmurg,
L. W..P'errin, delegate to .SupremeI
:Lodge;.J..C. !Iiden, alternate..
Sumter was deslgnated as the placei
sof meietlug ifar .the mext'aessormi (
',Proceeding. af the MeetIng on F'riday-- '
Armagemente iWor thd Aeu'mifon '1n
IfREPOiITED FOR Trit NsWS AND JHRALi).)
'Therfi1xth Regiment SuryIvors' Ae- (
.soclation imot iln :the Town, illall,
'Winnsboro, AprIl 11, ,1879. Capt. R.
'C. Clowney,,president, sIn the -ohair.
'This being the first atini.wersar'y meet- '
:ing of the Asso4lation, the first busi
'ness in ordet'-'As-tlie 'election %If dCI
.ee fore the ehauI fig year'. On m'oHoion
'of W. H. Williams, all.the old offierts j
Iwere re-elected by a9clapltonm,AQopb I
* the recordIng, sf4tit3W, )i. Jtio .i
eonnt. On motion of General Brat
ton, S. R. Fint was unanimously
%lected to that position.
Next in order caine the report of the
voihnittee on programme for the re
lnion in August next. Major 1Wrood
ward submitted the following-:
Your committee to whom it was
referred to report a programnale for the
next annual meeting of tihe Sttrvivors'
Association of the Sixth Regimnont, S.
C. V., respectfully' advise the follow
1. That sumfficient provisions and
table-room. provided to entertain
three hund ed and fifty persons at
2. That the committee of arrange
mnts he charged with p1roviding suite.
able rooms for serving dinner.
3. That for rendezvous for those
coming from Chester, Yo1 k, and else
where outside of Fairfield, the two
stores of Barber's IIall and the store
of Capt. R. S. Desportes be engaged,
if practicable; and, if not, such other
accommodations as may be aiple.
4. That a conimittee on subscrip
tions be appointed, to solicit contribu
tiole of provisio.s and 11uoney, such
conimittee to conist o two persons
from each Democratic club in the
county,-excep1t the Wjnnsboro club,
froth which three be selected.
O- That a comninittee of arrangoments.
he appointed, to consistoften members,
to whom the comliittee Ol : subscrip
tions shall forward the provisions and
money by them cotlected, on ucl day
as. the committee of arrangements shall
designate. The committee of arrange
ments shall provide the dinnpr and the
accommodations as designated in the
first, second and third sections hereof;
shall provide a. stand for the' Speaking,
a ground for assem-blinig, a band of
music, and tickets of admission to the
dinner; shall appoint hous:8 for the
different features of the celebration
and exercises, and arrange all things
necessary for the occasion.
6. Thiat the cominittde of arrange
nments select three of.their number to
act as a committee 'of reception : to be.
charged wi(.1h such appropriate ditties
as are ildicated Ly its title.
All of which is respectfully sub.
mitub-. ,JAS. I.lRION, +,
. W. WoonWAitn,
On motion of Capt. i.. A. Gaillard,
the pre6ident was instructed to ap
poiot Me committtes on contribtitions
and arrangements.. The followinlg
nalmed persons constitute the commit
tees on subscrip ions, from .the difl'r
ent Democratic ciubs:
Feasterville-D. R. Feaster, T. W.
Traylor; Salem--Isaac II. . Means,
John U. Feaster; Monticello--D. T.
James, II. W. Owens; Oakland
James Pagan, Thomas Rains; Jen
kinsv3.lIe-D. R. -Elkin, J. L. D.
Yongue; Gladden's - Grove-B. F.
Bo.ulware,, R. N. McMaster"; Horeb
11. A. Glenn, J. C. Tinklei; White
Oak-S. IR. Johnston, Calvin Brice;
Grbenbrier-W. F. Jadksdu', Y. II.
Robertson ; Yongues.vilie-AR. WV.
Wootlah, A, B3rown; Ja.ckson's C.reek
-RL. E. Ellison, .Jr., Iramneous Pdpe;
Cedar Creek-L. W. Wootan, J. II.
Kennedy ; idgewvay-Dick Wootan,
R. F. Martin;. Bear Creek-H., 0.
Datke, Johmn :Sessions; Winmnsboro.
James A. BrJce; Wmn. 31. Nolaenm, S.
R,. F"ant; L gton-.P.3yers,
Conmnittets.of ArraiWements.--T. W.
Woodwarmd, Jas. i, R~ion, James .A..
Bnica, WVm:)L -*elson, S. R. Fanit,
R..M. TDttfrlevy, R. E. llijson,.Jr,
W,. II. Kerr, W. -R. Garrison, H. A.
There lging no forthmer buisiness, the
Assodiation yent from labor to ''re
freshmuet 1Iotfd"after' rpQingl was
fired, wv iteingm ellect, ..I 'A n the
cour*se o'ko.it .two - h'i s -
vivors reinefatig.. -ag
m.n( twvos froni ho ~All. Thus end(1e
the livellet 6Im the Old,Siyi hair
blad.Sinlcl l~iett the tenitgod,ield. -
-S R. FyN
Jherry Po toral.,fot:a 6ongh,' Aycr's
P~ilis for iftitPM 6 nr-oses, ail
Ayser's saprila , 0ef ljt
27~ Mi'tue of ,an oxeontion ,to me di
-*. reted, .I will o1fer for Bale bofore
hoecourt-9ttse door ~in 'Winnsboro, on
he first. onday in hIay next, within .thu
egal llgurs sgale, at public out.cr.y, to thle
iighest bidde., tile following-described
gal end personal 'porty, to w,iL:
All that isloo, parcel or tract er .land,
'ing, bi4andsitmatoin the Cornty of
,.rtielf, o to of 8onth Carolina. co n
limnn FoUts 1UNDnE'D AOIIWGI, -ngro or
ess, aI.a bp\tudIed by hands.q.f Gog lY W.
Jolemanl. Frmanqeep Mobloy, Mirs. Eily
lo0ador, Dr. WVm. Meador~ and others.
hree 'hundre&,bushofs ,of corn, three
housanid poands- of. fodder and t)Aree
andred bushlals of.cotton so.ed, alignore
Levied on .as. the jproperty of .f.''.,
holeman, altho.suit of F. Elder.
Terms of ua -OA&I.
iTherifras ofie, tJ.,W. rnJ*,
VhDnsboro, B. I),, ?, F. 0,
April 12, 18711..
prai15.. . U i
LLpersonla ure -eteb~ indtinied n2'
or a4 ppm po5e rbate.ver,.1 Ade of ,my
ib opttcat will be dral
ith a 44.
The Friend of All!
"I ha4 no apptito; Holloway's Pills
gavo me a hearty one."
"''Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and koop them
in the houso."
"Dr. Holloway has cured my hedacho
that was chronic.
"1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera morbus. The dear little
thing got well in a day."
"Aly nausea -of a morning is now
"Your box of -Holloway's Ointment
cured inc of noises in the head. I
rubbed some of your Ointment behind
the ears and the noise has left..'
"Send mhe two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but. the medicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills."
'Let me have throc boxes of your
Pills by' return mail, for - c.lills and
I have over 20' such testimonials as
these, h.nt want of space oompels m1 to
For' Cutanleous Disorders,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint.
nment is most invaluable. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetratos
with the most senrehing effects to the
very rcot of evil,
Possesed of this remedy, every msn
may be own alotor. It may be rubbed
into the systemt, so as to reach any in
ternal eonphaint; by theso nleans, cures
seresor ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver spine or other parts. It is an in,
fallible remedy for bad legs, bal breasts,
contraetod or stiff jointa, gout, rhouna
tism and all skin diseases.
IMPORT&NT CAUTION..-.NOnO are genuine un
less the g gncature or J. IIAVnooK. as agent for
the'Unlted States surrounds each box of Pills
andcintment. Boxes at 21 contf, pt cents, and
IN There is considorable saving by taking
the larger sizes. HOhj,tU W'A' & Co.,
feb --ly -ew Yor.
IT Is FAr09EPCONOMY TO BUY A CHEAP On
QAN WIIEN A FEW DOLLAIS MORE WILL
OET TlE INCOMPARABLE AND AL
4ASON & lAZLIN"
Ty i0 LOWEST PRICED.
U POOREST AND DEAREST.
B'U7' BEST AND CHAPEST.
NE W PRIC,S.
-ix Stops, Elegant
tse, of new do
;igl, only - - $8J.
Tu Stops, 4 Sets
Iteeds in NJew Style
saaou only - - - $95.
Ten Stops, A Sets Reeds, Mirror Top
Case, with.Gold Bronze Ornamentation,
only - - - o S10.
OVER 100,000 MADE AND SOLD.
Winners of th~e highest honors ,pt
World's . ehibitions for twalFe
PARTS - - - '18(7 IVTENNA - 1R73
S.07T[A.GO - 1875 IPHILrA, P4. 1876
PA RI1- - 1875 I WEDE~N -- ;878
Endorsed by. Franz L4iszt, Theodore
Thomas, Ole h1ull, Gottschalk, $trauss,
Warren, Morgan and over one ithousandl
ceuninejit n msician s.of Europe anld A meri
cai The testimony as to the immense an
periocity of these instruments over all
others is emphatitc, overwhelming aUd
RENTED UNTIL PAID FOR.
'These Organs are now offared p P r.chas
ers by mont-ly instalments of fron SS
to $1l), or will be rented until t.he 'rent
pays for them. Fr'om one to three years
time give!. for paymeifnt. s
Special redun tien given *to Churmmches,
Schools innd P'astors, Ag&nts wantedl
everywheue. r.&pna sent on trial to any
part ofthe Sout.h. We pay freight bot h
ways if Dot satisfactory.
BOUTIIRN WHOLESALE D1PT.
For tl'o more convenjent supply a
Southlern trade i Sonthenn Whmol-.sal.
Depot has-boen establishe I at .eavannah.
Ga., from which Mealers. Churiches*
T[eachers, and the retail trade can b;
iuplied at .N. Y. and Boston factoryv
rates. Fo r Il; .trated Catalogues,. price
lists and f'ull-information, address
LUDDEN & BAT1ES,
Manufacturers' Wholesale Agents.
mclh 25 3m
Neyv Summer Cook.
IMPRtOVE~MENT OF 1S79.,
po- DOES )TOT iJ AV l' r H I7o
Perfect.for all J in ds of Uookling an d Hleol
f~i~ a .readlf bIdU relfiabih.
The inet 4~atorg, Otove mat46 ansi theo
__-i__ 1S3Ohestnt t t ?lmin
WE are~ j1dcattd kIh thi4 bn*i.ek
buildr fot'niel'y' ecc'Uied b
leasr6. J. iE. .olater & Cjoe whol-e w'i
,iJ ho glad to w,olcohne .our eustomnere
pr i 4eti. . WVill.qontinute to . 'leal. in
eeg lnerOhanrl ,and wil.1 end svir
I eue.,yPt$(1l .~ per utto' - 9
IOu ',QUzEW N F~'rsit
NAVAS A QUANO . B kY' 8TATEm HOES. P1 DM ONT ' v*QAi
IS called to our New, Largo and Well selected Stock of Dry Goods,
only a few varieties of whici (for want of space) we mention, to wit :
Alpacas, D Victoria Lawns Calicos,
Dress Goods, Piquos, Oombries,
Cassuneres, Swis, Jackonets,
Bleached and Brown Homespun, Cottonades, Plaid Homespun, Linen
Drills, Printed Lawns, Ticking, Tablo Damask, Towels, Napiins and Doilies.
OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT
is full and complete, with all the Novelties and latost stylps in juttpnq,
jadies' Scarfs, Fans, Gloves, Collars and CuYs. etc.
Wo have just received as Fnll a Lino of Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Shoes as ean be found in the State, made especially for our trade, and we
res;".ctfully ask the public to examinie before purchasing.
Wo have the Largest Stock of Mons' and Boys' olt, Wool and jt4a-N
Hats In Town, with some Specialties in Straw Goods.
.A full lino of Clothing that will ast'onish cash purohasers.
A full stock of Family-anl Plantation Grocerios, Hardware, &c., &c.
R.EMEJMBER, WE DON'T BAIT OUIi CUSTO2jF4RS
by selling loading atticlos at less than cost ; but we will sell all our goodf
at.a LIVING IIOFIT, and as cheap as they cai be bought anywhere.
- F. UJDEI & CO.
HIOES. GR3AIN CRADLES. PLOWS.
FOR DESIGN AND WORKMANSHIP UNEQUALED.
EVERYTHING WARR,ANTED AS REPRESENTED.
-PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
A now supply of Window
Shales, Picture Frames, Pie
- turas, Wall Pocl ets, Prackets
Mrirrors, Spring 13eds, at
tresses, and Cbildren Car
For pr ices,-.call , the iirs.
Before making your -purchases elsewhere.
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE AT MODERATE PRIq1S
ALSO '.PREPARED TO MA E TO OJWD .
'keep on band a full supply of Motalio and Rosowood Caegea.rc1
CQins of th. fiuest finiah. Also, a cl4eap stock of Cof|ins.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
ONLY SEWING MA CHIN*
WICH Uitt A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Threa4,
Is the. ghtest Runnin.
" IT BAS
A New and Simple Dvilc#
Winding the Bobbin,
Withot remcvana the strmp from
the Jalauco whiecl. nurl with.
out Unt~hreadl%~ tha
* 'The ELim lt, the Most Durably
and p every respeot.the
BEST FAMILY SEWINC MACHJNIE
The"'NEW AMERICAN" I. easily leatned, does not get out of-order, and will do more wotk
..with lesp.labor than any other machine. Illustrated Cicular furpishe4.on.applicatioen.
.AGENTS!!W A:N TED.
JT. S.DOVEY, Manager, 64 N. Charles Street.:t1 taor, ]d.
J.10. BOA ., Age . e tor 1'-:,i
. A VALABE INVENTON
WILSON SEWING MACHlINE
In workaWp. ~ual to a Ohrodiometer Watoh, au
as etegantufns,gas a flrdt%lags; Plpno.U r~Iv.
the .hghest.:awardesat the Vienna ana Cetd gx a,
sitions,. IT SEWS O *F~JTH P4STER than otie
mnachines. Its oealtji9s' unh imlti1 -hra*
WIlSON MAONE s* ald in the lte ~taie u
the comblnp sles of all the others. The WILQ
DINI ATAoHMNT' for oigall kindsofpar1g
TH.99N TONILS ;si. P Ih