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SATUntDAV MO1LNING, Maiy 3, 1679.
-T~1is o. THE NEwa AND lii.i..D.
-Tri-weeklyv edition, four dollars per
anntum, in advance; weekly edition,
two dollars and il'ty cents peran num,
in.adI.vallce. 'i.beral discount to clubs
of live and iowards.
RA-ric-s or ADv EnT1isING.- e dol10 lar11V
per luch for the flirst insiertioti, 'toad
lifty cents per inch for each subsco .6ent
insertion. These rates apply to all ad,
vertisenenits, of whaitever naIt 6e, anul
are payable strictly in advane e. C(oin
tracts for three, six or twelve months
made on very liberal terms. Trai
alent- local notices, fifteen cents per
line for the first insertion and seven
and one-half cents per line for each
stubseq utclaInsertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged as adver
tisemnents. Simple atiniouncemients 01
marriages and deaths published free oi
charge, and solicited.
All communications, of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to the
Winnsboro 'Publishin't Company,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Just Arrived-J.. 0. Bong.
Shaving Saloon- R. McLure.
Masonic Meeting-J. S. Gladney,
The Columbia Register's editorials
have again assumed their former pro
portions-three columns each.
The fare from Winnsboro to Colun
bla, on the occasion of the unveiling
- of the Confederate monument, will be
only one dollkr and fifteen cents for
the round trip. Cheap enough, in
Owing to the hard rain on Thurs
day night, the meeting of citizens to
take measures of assistance for the
Walterboro sufferers was * not held.
The meeting will take placo at some
future time, to be indicated.
The State Board of Education met
and adjourned on Thursday. Three
applicants for . first grade teacher's
certificates were examined And passed:
Rev. Willard Richardson and R.
Means Davis, of Fairfield, and W. 1.
3Witherow, of Chester.
FAIRFIELD FIrE ENGINE COMPANY.
The anniversary meeting of the Fair
field.Fire Engine Company was held
on Friday afternoon. The customary
election of officers was held, with the
President-J. II. Cummings.
Vice-President-Jno. J. Neil.
First Director-Tr. It. Robertson.
Second Director-A. W. Brown.
Third Director-J. M. Beaty.
Fourth Director-T. II..Ketehin.
Secretary-J. E. McDonald.
Pipemnen-R. M. Dunlevy, J. II.
Axemen-W. J. Elliott, J. 0. Boag.
Solicitor-Juo. S. Reynolds.
REIGIorus.--Services may be ex
pected in the dill'orent churches to
morrow as. follows:
Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obczar,
at 11 A. M.
.Associate Rleformned Churrch- llev.
Miethiodist Churc-liev. W. A.
R Jogers, 11, A. 3M., and 74, r'. r. bunday
School, 10, A. 31. Pirayer Meeting 01:
Thursday at 74, P'. 31.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. II. B.
Pratt, 11, A. m. and 44, r. M. Sunday
~School, 94 A. 3!. Prayer Meeting,
Wednesday, 44, P. M!.
We are requested to state that Rev.
J. K. Mendenhall, with the pastor,
will commence a series of meetings in
the Baptist Church this morning at
elevenm o'clock, to continue several
days. .The public are cordially ini
vited and earnestly solicited to attend.
A MA D Doo -A T MOnrIsoN's Dis
TILLEuY.-Our Ridgewvay correspond
ent "Dames" writes: "Such high ex
citement as wvas experienced at and in
this turpentine village last Wedniesday
will probably never occur again.
During the morning work hours, a
dog lashed with foam and with eyes
on fire, dashed into the midst of things,
when the laborers, unmindfuil of
authority, struck, and a general
scramble ensued. Guns, knives,
pitch-forks, staves, etc., etc., wecre
called into requisition, and the din
deepened, when Mr. Cooper fired both
barrels within a fewv yards of tihe
animal-missinig him clear!i For three
. hours the battle raged, when at last
victory perched upon the gun and the.
* staves, leaving upon the field the dog
dead-without damage to his numer
TusE CONFEDERATE MONUMENT.
The Board of Directors of the South
Carolini Monument Association have
thme pleasure of announcing that tihe un
veiling of the monument to the Con
federate dead illh take place on the
*18th of May, at 4 o'clock p. mu. All
friends of the cause, especially the suir
-vivors of the Confederate States army
and navy', also the military organiza
tions throughout the State, are invited
to be present and assist in the ceremo
nies of the .day.. Liberal arrangernents
have. been made for excursion trips
with all the railroad companies. All
organizations that intend visiting Co
lumbia .on this occasion will please
communicate beforehand with Major
H. 8..Thompsonr in order that prepara
tions may be made for the parade. The
papers of the Stafte are requested to ex
tend this notice.
Whet Bbm. of the Newspapers RHave to Say
.Lou~P R4e.Mh. 1mnpr4vement in The
Augtata Okroniole: TIhe last nunm
ber of the Winnsboro EWVa ANfl IiE
ALP sppeared In a new dresas and, an
enlarged form. 'This NaIax AD*mcn
ALo is an ably and s4dirabiy edited
oppilgad ar l tohaveque
sIbstattial evidence of its prosperity
Chester Jteporter: The Winnsboro
NEWaS AND IIALD COImICS to us inl lk.
ilarged t'brm and improved appear
ance. It. h.s Our co gratt..1 itionis upon
this evidence of prosperity. The
good people o'FairfleId shoild show
their appreciation of this step forward
by at once doubling the subscription
list of this able expounlder and t'earless
dCfnl'der of stanch Democratic princi
Columbia Register: Tile Winnshoro
Nnws AND IIEMvLD, tri-weekly, comes
to us this week in anl liarvcd form
twenty-elght colimniis. Its mlanage
ment say: "The presint improvement.
is a venture. Whether it ciin contine
dlepends eitirely upon the response it
meets. It rests 'with the people of
Fairfleld to say whether they wishi a
good paper." We sincerely trust the
laith which has induced the velture
may not be unrequited, and that beflore
many years iave passed our able con
temporary will grow into ia full-fledged
Abbeville Press and Banner: We
atre glad to observe the progressive
spirit and the recent improvement and
mnlargenent of the tri-weekly Wiins
boro Nnws AND HIEAL. It has al
wvays been one of our best exchauges,
mid niow the editors have reduced the.
Iize of its type and lint the Inside on
mit excelleit "patent outside." Tim,
Erws AND HIPRALD is a bold and lion
-st paper, that should be taken by every
amily in tile county for which it is
Chnrleston News and Courier:
Biright, sparklinig and fresh, the
Winnsboro NEws AND HERAL) cOmes
;o the front three tilles a week, and
leals out its direct, righit-hand knock
lowit blows of argument .and its left
ittnded slaps of wit and satire for the
memies of the right., whether it be in
iolitlcs, business or morals, while at
he same time it has a protecting arn
'or the weak and ati encouragring pat
>a the back for any plucky co-worker
n1 a good cause. It is io woider that
mch a paper succeeds, and when Tmt
lK sADElnADrcnl appeared
n1 atn enlarged form and a nemv stit of
y pe, it was only the fulfillment of the
KiE'.5 OF THE E' DAY1.
-Thirty-eight guns were fired at
'1hicago in token of approbation of the
President's veto of the army bill.
-T'Vhe grand jury has found an in
lictniLent against .Mark Gray for ani
Issault wtth intent to kill Edwin
-The last descendant of John Bun
yan died lately in England. She was
in ancient dame of eighty four, and
ier name was Ann Webster.
-Mrs. Sarah J. B. Hale, who fort a
lialf a century was edit ress of Godey's
Trdy's Book, (lied ill Philadelpliat on
-Senator Bayard, of Delaware, was
in Charlotlesville, Va., oil Sal urday
and1( Sundav lust, and( on Sat urda'tv
:tight was serentade'd by a larg~e crowci
of' sinudentts from the Uniiversity of
-At a pr~iv'ate dlinner r'ecenitly given
iihere Were' preent~ut SenatorI andi Mr's.
I.oe .ail lhtui'tin and1 G;ueeral
-Th records oa' thle Tic sarv D)<
paruntlelit snow I hat, ex-Senuato'C(onto
v'er, of Floi-idai, 1has bceen ainOited in
spiector' of' ensiomns along the F'lorida
coast; that he hals accepted the p)lace,
and is now oni duti v.
-At Frankfurt, Ky., on Tuesday,
the trial of Thomas Buford, 'chargedl
with killing Judge Elliott, was cit
t'niued until the third Montday of' the
piresenlt mnonl'-h. The cause of post
p)onemelLnt was the inability of several
-1Mr. O'Neill, the actor, who imiper
sonacted Christ int thle Passion Play 'e
Cently petrformed in St. Louis, has
been fluied fifty dollars for violating a
city or'di nance forbidding per'formf
cimcca of this dlescriptionl. Anl appeal
has1 been taken to a higher court.
---'Treeinegrio wVomen an d one child
was poisoned near Savannah, Gat ,
last Sat urday nighlt. T wo of the wvo
men have died, antd the other woman
aind chlda are not eoxpccted to live. A
negro'( womian hlas been arriested onl
suspicion of givinig the poison.
-The civil damages bill passed by
tile Massadhusetts Legislaturme, whlich
permits the reccover'y of damages
resulting from thle sale of liquor, n'om
ownerCIs ofthe building where int the
liquor was sold, has beent signed by
Gov( raor Talbot.
-A violent hlurricane at Szegedin on'
Wednesday destroycd the works for
restor'ing th~e railway anid fillinig the
branches in the damns. The bar'ges
filled with buildinig mnatei'ial and earth
wore mostly suntk. This caused exten
sive f-esh~ breaches In th1e railway emn
bankment and the laborers are in great
-A boy ten years old, son of W. A.
.Alber't, while playing' in a'con bin ini
the elevator e t Penfielid, Ill., last Fr'i
day, was drawnt downi a sp)out which
was dischlarging Into a car, antd was
drown.ed in the corn. No efiborts could
rascue him, alihough for some time
his gasping could be heard.
-Hugh L. Slavin, driver of the
truck which came into collision with
August Belmont's carriage, about a
week ag, throwing the latter out and
severely injuring him, was tried in the
8pdelal Sessions Court and found guil
ty of negligence mid carelessness, Ile
was sent to the city prIson for ten days
and fined one hundred dollars.
-A letter from Zanzibar announces
the arrival of Henry M. Stanley, the
Afrcan explorer', wilth M. Dutalis, the
ofmeer in command of the Belgian expoe
(dition in Africa. It is stated that
Stanley will act as guide and~ interprie-.
ter to the Blelgiani explor'ing expedi
tion under M. Dutauls. Tihe plan of
operations is unknown.
--The sudideni death of Representa
Live Clark, of iowa, lessein thle Reopub
lican minority in the House. It is not
expected that his successor will 1be
elected in tine to take his seat at this
se~ssion, atid as tihe succesor of the late
Representative Schleicher', of Texas, is
citpected in Washingtonl shortly, the
Dem'ocratie majority will 'be increased
by thee Grirmke, a well klWhn 1..
bl@d lakyor, of ston, r1d
fwdb~' el~ ag t .
white, the daigh'ter of' finl Episcopal
crgymnn of Wisconsi. Grimise was
born iii South Carolin, a Slave. Ito
gradtwtMediromi Lincoln Unliversi1ty,
Peninsy vanall, ind from the IlIar'vard
Law School, catering the ofille of Win.
L. Uiowditch. Both man and wilt are
dcated anid move in the highest so
cial circles inl Bo:-t m.
-A hil known as Monisieur Flor
elinilestoppinig atf 1-he Ilooper f lousec
in Toldo, Ohio, oil Wved -testhiy m1or'n
ing . hot his w it'e, knlowin 11s l iss Lilly
E l, now phila. . lit the Adelphi Varie
ty ThIeatre, through the neck lld (hlen
instmilv killed lituse.ll'. Miss Eli6 is
conisidered to be in3 at precitriouis conidi
tion1, but, her physimlIlus have stronllg
hopes of'saving her li'e. Jealouisv is
sipposed to have been . the cause of
CONSIU3,!'TION CUr:sI).-A, old physlelail, re.
3Ir3id from praettee. l13villg hitt piltt'ed III li.s
111111 3)y tb n .n xt Ir(li a34ss1oiary the fornat, -
la of it Simtple vegCI;Il1' lkIe lN, for the .qp hvety
tlldiI'iairt c-urne for* -ns ip t ion, bwome, 'I.
tls. ita rI'it, astil.ini, atrt Mi all ii<.a arid intul1
alftset bols. ilso it potit- tami ntilie~i tIr< forI'
1101 ~ll.;~ieh33313 110 113 i tti (11 4(.111-p12 I i 4.
Itisvollsidebltt 11 i til nler~vous cOmlplaillits.
lifter l11vinhg test eI Its wolile-rtiti(1 r.1V p1 ; w
('s InI I hilisilds of Ca:'s. hais te11.1t I i 1 ill1
to imilk it. kiown 1e is stifr i-ing rinows
Aetiatil by L 1this mot ivt-, artI(3I (t1 .ie1 tr to
eileve liurimtm sitf0elii3g, I will % ',iI , free or
"3lIg to 1111 wlo ( Itre it, this re1lpe, wit i
f'ill[ alre"l10113 for in'epllitig ai Iltl exitlig. nG r
munn, Fre:oel. or Eiogitl . s4%11 I by 114.113 by a'i
(11-:sinfr with sa I I). 11:1)l3ng tiis paper. w,
W. SIcrtr, I4!U l'owers' Illck, ui ster', New
York. a pri .1w
'F'E regular monthly collvOeation of'
Wiinnihoto Chapter, No. 2, IR. A. M.,
will be held it Masonic ll' il o Moday
evoling, the 51h inst , ait 7o'clok.
Compinlions will take du1e 1i otiee thercuoi
and govern the uiselveis aceordino gly.
J. .. GLA.)NEY,
may 3-12 becretary.
SlE undersigned would respectfully
inform the public that he liar.
Opened a Shaving an11d lliir-lnttilL SIn
loon in the room two door.% nori olfi'r. .
D. AcCarley's, where 110 will tale) plesui0ro
in e al who may favor' him with a
call. Eve)y tiig ill ... tonsorial line
dono in the best, style.
may 3 R. MeLU R E.
J U S ,
A R R IVE D
At the Winnsboro Dry Goods.
Faney G.odls and Millitnory Baziar
a second lot of new, cheap and ole
galt goods. Millinery and Fancy
Goods in all the latest stylks and
n'ovelties of the se'ason. Mrs. Boag,
having a) fiist-cilas. iilliner to assist
lier inl this Departnent, is fully pro.
pared to please thei most fastidious,
Old will Lko ple4anro in (oing so.
A beatutiful lhie of Silk 1a Cotton
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid * Gloves,
1jrIlios' Jabots nid Ties or Scarfs
Dress G.>ods, Buntings, Poplills,
Silks, Buttons, Fringes, Triinmingi
-in fact a full stock of such goods
as are usually found in a first-class
Millinery, D.y Goods ald Fancy
A beantiful line of lad'os' an
'Jhildien's Slippers, Gaiters an
3.imos2 41-hi, aL 11ico assor0itment c:
A fuil and fresh stock of Faiiv
00oc1l10s .13;ucon, Mc~t1, .Flour,
Corn, b'Lugaris, Coffees, Soaps,
Tn short, you can find all you want
at J. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheap) as
the same11 goods can be bought any
where. Don't forget to call1. No
trouble to show goods.
J. 0. .BOAG.
Sixt en ne w and f'ra t-<ass S av'ng
Machines to be in store it a dlay o
so. Tihe New and Impr)1oved Ver-ti
cal Pood Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, the
New and Improved Amer'icaln, rang
ing in price fron $20 upwtards.
Those Macines are from the facto
ries of good, r'esponsible companies,
and are warranted to be just as
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfield County.
8TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF~ FAIRFIELD.
COURIT OF COMMON PLEAS.'
Thomas M. Ly les, PlainttiT against James
D. Cureton, Charles I. Ladid, Catheri no
,LaddI, A. Washington Ladd, Robert
P~aiterson, arnd Trhomals K. Elliott, As
signee of Charles HI. Ladd and A.
Washington Lad d, Copartners unfldet.
lirmi name of L.ldd Bros , Defendants.
Copy Summons for Itelief. Complaint
To the Def.'ndants above named:
Y ~OU ARE H1ltEB3Y Ilummnoned and
Lrequired to answer the nomnplatit
in this action, wihl has been filodin the
office of the Clerk ef the Court of Corn
mon Pleas, for said county, id to servo
a copy of your answer to' th-.J said. com
plaint on the subseriber at his office.
Winnsboro, iS. C., within twenty days
after the service hlereof, exclusive of tho
day of-such service;: and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the timne
afore'aid, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to-the Court for the relief demand
ed in the compillaint.
Dated April 25th, A. D. 1879..
T Rt RLOBElTSON,
To Rlobert Patterson, one of the Defend
ants above nameod:
.TAKE~ notice that tihe complaint in this
noction, together with the summons, of
which the foregoing is a coiy. was filed
in the office of the Clerk of the Court of
Comnmon Pleas, at Winnsboro, in the
county and Stato aforesaid, on the 24thx
day of AprIl, 1879.*
~T, U. BERTSON,
A pril 25th, 1870.
April 'i6-Iaw~w sat
Good Five~Cente C ar-the
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bb1. Molasses--all grades,
400 lb. Choico Buckwheat Flour,
110 boxes Croam Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 b1)s. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffoo-10 Rio, 4 besi
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Ryo ald Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wino and Cidor Vi'egar,
Raisins, Curran ts and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peacheg and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Plepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN.
NO WOOD, NO 1A3PER
N the Standard Screw Day Stato
Shoe. J. M. B rATY & Co.
GR AND OPENING I!
Have hereousins and her
sisters atnd lier ants
seen such an1 enI Iless
variet mand magnificent
NEW SPRINGAND SUMMER GOODS
as were purchased nt the recent great
sales in New York, and will be sold at
Our stock is con plete in dry goods, noe
ions, embroideries, ladies' neckwear, per
:nu'ry', hoesiery, ladies' hats, inilliner,
traw goods. geri's fuui nialing goods in
tiil branohhi. , [-tost style straw and felt
mte, bjoots,. and shots in all sizes for
a-li's. gemulemen, miisses and children,
-ioth anti lather. Also, the latest style of'
To convince yourself and save money,
call at the we'cll-wiown stand of
SUGEN11E1IER & GROE.SCHEL.
SP!-CIA LTY-Ona Hundred large s ize
ladia Parasols, i~t 25 cents each.
Sar sap ar illa
For Scrofula, and all
scuofulous diseases, Erysi
pe.as, Rose, or St. Antho
ny's Fire, Eruptions and
Emuptive diseases of the
skini, Ulcerations of the
Boils, Blotenes, Tumors,
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, Ulners,
Sores. Rheunmatismn, Neuralgia, Pain in
the Bones, Side and Head, Female
WVeakness, Sterility, Leucorrhmoa, arising
from internal ulceration, and Uterine
disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
General Debility, and for Purifying the
This Sarsnparilla Is a, combination of
vegetable alteratives -Stillingia, Man.
drake, Yellowv Deck - with the Jodides
of Potassium and Iron, and Is the most
effIcacious medicine .yet known for
the diseases it is intended to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully corn
bined, that the full alterative effect 01
each Is assured, and while it is so mild
as to be harmless even to children, it is
still so effectual as to purge out from the
system those impurities and corruptions
which develop into loathsome disease.
The reputation it enjoys Is derived
from Its cures, and thme confidence which
prominent physicians all over the coun
try repose in it, prove their experience
of Its usefulness.
Certiflcates attesting Its virtues have
accumulated, and are constantly being
received, and as many of these cases are
publicly known, they furnish convincing
evidence of the superiority of this Sar
saparilla over ev'ery 'other alterative
medicine. So generally Is Its superi
ority to any other medicine known, thai
we need do no more than to assure the
public that the best qualities it has evei
possessed are strictly maintained.
Dr. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell, Mass,1
SOLD BY ALL. DUGJGIsTs JvNRYWHRB,
PUJRE WHITE OIL.
--150 DEGIIEE8 FIRE , TEST.
IwE. recommend the VlIST A1
OlE as a safe illuminator. It I:
as clear and white as water, consequentli
gives a brilliant light, with very li1<
odor. - Try it. The price is less that
ever. J. M, BATY4 00.
FOR -TiKE BEST 0IIGAJI
(ALL for the "Model"--three. to
V25 cente'at F. W. H AD5NI10B2'I
Y' I_)___ ._
Ti MEST, LATEST IMPROVED,
and 1io0t THOROUJCH LY constructed
SEWINO MACH"CE ever invente. %I!
the weariug pari 1:,ru imazde or the DCGT
STEL, CAREFUL..Y TEM PRCD
4n are ADJUSTABLL.
It ian, the A 7TOMA T170 T.LNJ IONI It
hnni the L A ftul'ir )J('lf1l1Jh I Lan tl.v
Eaolost Threaded Shuttlo.
The 73OBBINS are WOUND %%;thout
lIUNNING or UNTIIREADING the
It h:s a I LL.SETTTNd NEEDLE; It
h n)1 Di A i.or r'gutiiIg the en1gthuf 0itch,
%VIT OUT TESC'IN(; It, liea n 3ARtCJI
SPACE 1il)der the arut; It Is NOISELEss,
n',d h-S nmore polit.s (l' VXCILLENCE than
all other inuchiacs combined.
P- A gents wa nter In Iccalitou
where we aro not roprosonted.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
SOLE Agent for Winnsboro fo
Nathan Bros. 1863 Old Caibine
Rye Whiis-key. F. W. HABENICHT
Rear of Town Hall.
NOW IS THE OPPORTUNIT)
AVAIL YOURSELF OF IT !
Preserve your books, periodicals
newspapers and tuusic.
State, county and railroad officers, an<
business men generally, supplied wit
blank boo:s made to any pattern.
All familics havo old books, periodi
cals, newspapers, 'music, &c., wlich the'
desire to transmit to their posterity. The;
HAVE THEM REBOUND I
Which will preserve them and will mak<
ihem look almost as well its now.
Old books, &c., should not only b<
rebound, but the current literature of th<
present day should be put in a durabli
forn for preservation as well.
This can be done in the shortest pos.
sible time, with the best material, in th<
most handsome and durable style, and a
a nrico which cannot bo duplicated any
whero, by E. R. STOKES,
Stationer, Bookbinder and Blank Boo]
Manufacturer, No. 155 Mtain street,
CarLUMInIA, S. C.
pa'~ Send in your orders at onco,
The fo:iowinig Is the preCsent sche~dule of arri
v.Is 0on the Charlotte. Columbia and Auguta~t
llirond, en the basis of Washington timne
whieh is about sixteen minutes fastc~r thai
DAY PAssENER-OtNG NORTII.
Colmbia.......................... 1.20, p. M
hlidgeway..............----....... 2.2 *'
811aps0a's---.......... . ... .5c
Winntsbo.......................... 8.11 "
Whilte Oak............. ... ~ 4
Wodada................. 8.47 "
Blcktck--.............. 8.52 "
hsrnwa.'---...................... 4.02 4'
DAY PABSPENGER-eoINo soUTR.
Chester- .-...-...... .. 1.23, r M
.R(Iac stck -----. --.... ..... 159 "
WVoodw ard'....----.................2.)4 "
Wh. .................. 2.18 '0
AsiAc's ....--9 .... .... .21 "
Wtinnesro---..................... 2.89 3
Columnbia........-.....--........... 4.10 "~
NIOHT PAssENOE-GOING NORTJ[.
00lunmbia........... ...... ......... 10.00, P' iM
Blythmewood........................ 10.58 '"
WViinnaboro...........- ............11.47 "I
Wht.a................1212, A. g
ila~ckstock......................... 12.82 '4
Cornwall's......................... 12.43 "
Chxester............................ 1.03 "
N10HT PAssENOER-OOING SOUTII.
Chester..-..-..-..-..-..-...10' A. y
W~oodwar's - - - - - 8..45
WVinnsbore - - - - 4.20 "
Iiiyr.hewoeod - - -- - 5.09
FOR a good drink-Lomonadc
LMin t Julep, or any other do
lightful Spring Beverage, call a
MOnNING STAR SALOON,
Rear of Town Hall.
CORN AND HAY
UST ecoved-attheold stand of TC
R. Rtobertson-5,000 pounds Timo
thy and Clover ,Hay. Two Car Loadi
NORT H CAROLINA CORN.
All of which will be sold very cheap to
moch 22 31NO. D. MoCA1ILEY
DRi. C. HI. LADI),
HAVING returned to Winnsboro. an
resumbd the practice of meodicin<
offers his professional services to the cit
zens of the town and county.
fe'- O!Roee in Bank Range, .up staire
next to Neto. and Ierakd office. Entran<
on congress stroot. mar I-zt3m
STO MAKE MON1'D
Pleagantly and ftast aente should as
dress FNI Y, HAR & 09&,C,A lant
Geoig June 3fJ
NAVASSA GUANO. BAY STATE
IS called to our Now, Largo and W
only a few varieties of which (for
Alpacas, Victoria Law
Cassimeros, Dross Goods, Swiss,
11each od and Brown Homespun, Cot
Drills, Printed Lawns, Ticking, TablolE
OUR NOTION I
is full and complOte, with all the Nove
Ladies' Scarfs, Fans, Glovos, Collars a
Wo have just received as Full a Lin<
Shoes as can be found in the State, i
respoectfully .ask the public to oxamino I
Wo have the Largest Stock of Mons
Hats In Town, with some Speciilties ii
A full line of Clothing that will astoi
A full stock of Family and Plantatio
REMEMBER, WE DON'T B
by selling leading articles at loss than <
at a LIVING PROFIT, and as cheap a
HOES. GRAIN CRA
FOR DESIGN AND WORK
Before making your purchases clsewhe
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SUIT
REPAIRING NEATLY I
I keep on hand a full supply of I
Cuffins of tho finoat finiob. Also, a h
BEST FMILY S
* The -NE AMRIAN ieaiy ernd-de
CHIARLOTTE~SV1LLE~ CASSIMEREB OHEIAP'ER
THAN EVERI I
CHIARLOTTESVILLE CAsSIMERES CUEAPERI
THAN EVER I
CHIARLOTTESVILLE CA fSI~EE CHEAPER
TH'IAN EVER I
Charlottesv ill a Cassimores and Jeans,
3. F. McMASTER & Co.
EXT are now lo6atedl in the briok
16v building formerly occupied by
Menars. .. F. M-oaster & Co,, where' we
will be ladl to welcome otur oustenairs
-and triends. Will-continue to deal in
geea erolhandise. and will end vor
1to s0 b~ Q otokin H o ourIN~W
SHOES. P.IEDMONT GUANO
Al selected Stock of Dry Goods,
want of space) we mention, to wit:
,onades, Plaid Homespun, Linen
amask, Towels, Napkins and Doilies
tis and latest styles in Buttons
nd Cuffs, etc.
of Ladies' Misses' and Children's
del) especially for our trade, and wo
and Boys' Felt, Wool and Straw
i Straw Goods.
ish cash purcbasers.
n Groceries, Hardware, &c., &c.
AIT OUR CUSTOMERS
ost ; but we will sell all our goods
s they can be bought anywhere.
F. ELDER & CO
NTED AS REPRESENTED.
A nev supply of Window
Shades, Picturo Frames, Pic,
turos, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
L THE TIMES.
ONE AT MODERATE PRICES
TO MAKE TO ORDER.
letalic and Rlosowood Case
~np stock of Coffins.
ONLY SEW ING MACHINE
'WICH Hem& A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Direaks the Thread.
EL cycr Skips Sitches.
.Is the ilghtest P.unning.
A New and Simple Device
Winding the Dobbini,
Without remoin~ the at rap from
Ihe Unattrenditwj th
The timplent, the YMost Durable,
and ina every respect the
niot pt out of order, and witt do more warisc
trated Circular furnished on appilcation,
MITH'S WORM OIL
ATIN GA, Daoembew 8, 1S,
ose to*my little gI, 'Oku 7 *old, al sio
eased 86 worms rtom 4 to n lohes long
WORM OIt, tor tao e* * rhS L*e.
repardy DrESL N O
CannedGoods--.ToMtoe , P040eh
s, Sainion, Sardhisdiokis, .&.