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TOWN AND COUNTY.1
TU1SDA? MORNING, May 0, 1879.
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Winnsboro, S. C.
Tax Returns-I. N. Withers-Audi
Township Assessors-I. N. Withers,
Town Ordinanee-E. S. Chandler,
Clerk of Council.
flonnEupts.-We learn that one
id ht last week the store of Mr.
James Turner, doing business in the
Jackson's Creek section of this county.
was broken into, and robbed of goods
to the value of about two hundred
and fifty dollars. On the same night
the mill-house of Mr. R. J. Gladnoy, in
the same neighborhood, was entered, r
and robbed of Its entire contents of I
corn, grist and meal. There is as yet U
no clue to the perpetrators of either of 0
A meeting was held in the court- 0
house on Monday, under the auspices t
of Mr. J. Heudrix McLean and Dr. V, I
P. Clayton, in the interest of the Na
tional G reenback Labor Reform Party.
There were about forty white persons b
prseent, and about one-third of that I
number of negroes. An address was
delivered by Iev. D. B. Clayton, of the
Universalist denomninition, a resident 9
of Columbia. In reply, Mr. Jno. H.
Cathcart made a few opposition
remarks, after which the meeting
came to an end.
DxnA's.-Archle Tims, son of Mr.
Charles Tim, died on Friday, after a
lingering illness, aged fifteen years. He t
was a good boy and faithful student at a
school, until an attack of erysipelas sev
eral months ago deprived him entire
ly of eyesight. Since then he has been j
subject to severe attapka of sickness, m
until death relieved him of pain. He 2
was buried in the Associate Reformed
PresbyterIan churchyard on Saturday.
We extend the heartiest sympathy to e
his bereaved parents In their sorrow. b
Mr. Andrew Stephenson, of the a
Feasterville section, died last Thurs
day, of pneumonia, Mr. Stephenson
was a man considerably advanced 8
in years, and had a large circle of a
friends. These feel deep sympathy '
for his family in this bereiwement. '
110w TO GET POST ROUTES,--A let
ter from Washington says:
Petitions are being constantly re- n]
ceived here fromn different points of the o
State asking for the establ ishmnent of C
new postal routes. Some of these pC- ni
titionjs have yards of signatures at- ci
tached, obtained doubtless with great d
labor and trouble, and yet they are ni
altogether unnecessary. It is a very a
easy platter to have a new route estab- e
lished between any two points when- a
ever the necessities of the community ii
authorize and require it. What y~
should be done is briefly indicated as y
follows: Let seime responsible per-'
son or persons draw up a petition, ad
dressed to one of our Congressmen,
asking that such and suGch a route be 8
oened, Name the two poin~ts. or. 11
laces att the i'espective end of the line. c
Also, how many postoflces are ned- a
ed or desired on the route, the distance d
of eachb such office. (if any) from the ti
one immediately before and the one ci
immediately behind it. Give the names
of the proposed postmasters at all theoa
points, and the nmem of cachi proposed fi
postoficee. If the neW route lies be- b
tween two towns which haye post- Il
offices already established get the at)- ni
proval and signatures of thme postmas
ter at each suoh postoffice. Nothing 3
more Is then necessary to be done be- g
sides forwarding the petition so prc- o
prepared to one of the representatives. o
The postoffice department will investi- fb
gate the matter promptly, and will os. v~
tablish the desired route at oncoe if it is fl
posible to do so. It is not necessary I
tobtain any number of signatures to ta
the petition, as -they are never seen ti
after' they le~ye the hands of tile pe(i- m
PROCEEDINGs OF' COUNcIL.-Council
metin the Town Hall, on Wednlesday, 1
Ar,80at five o'clock, p. m. Present
-ames A Brice, Esq., Intendant, anid
Wardens Commings, Chandler, Fant(
Bids for furnishing oil etc. for thme I
jse of the street lamps were received of
Messs, McMaster' & Brico, Dr. W. E,
Aflken and Mr. U. G. Desportes. Thme
bid of feMaster & Brice was accepted,
as follows: Ker'osqne oil, 110 degrees1
test, at 28 ets, per gallon; glass fonts
for lanterns, 80 ets. each; no. 2 flint
gises Ohimneys, 10 cta. each; no.2 bur- I
ners, 20'ete. each; no. 2 wicks, 10 eta.
per dozen; passa of glass for lanterns,
10 ets. each,
Messrs. W.. R. and .7, M. GarrIson
were th e only bidders for the market,
and their bid was accepted,-8.00 per
Under a resolution to appoint an taw
' ating and street committee, the fol.. I
lowing were designated: Wardens
Chandler and frant on auditing, and
Intomgdant Blr$o0 with 'Wardens Rtob
erison anud Cqunmtngs a pommnittee on
astgeud brkges. . It Iie ade the 1
dutyf thme neN~ committee to
apoec the same at least once a month,
-with power to make ,all, necessarYt
* Mr. C. 11 .M handler was elected
keopet' of the town clock at an annual
salary of $50
Dr. C. 1[. Ladd and Messrs. G. 11.
McMaster and Juo. J. Neil were ap
pointed a board of health for the year
mding May 1, 1880.
The Clerk was directed to publi8
the proceedhigs of Council, together
ivith his monthly statement of moneys
received and expended.
A DAY IN COLUMBIA,
Notes aid Gonnlp Around the State Capital
--A Lull I , Politis, and Activity in the
Business impelled us to make a fly.
iig visit to Columbia last week, the
Irst for eighteen months, and the see
md since the trying-and exciting days
hat marked the close of 1876. Of the
,hanges that have taken place in the
Itate since the Hampton campaign, no
>lace aflbrds a more striking exaimple
hani Columbia-then a hot bed of
ladicalisin and crime-now the centre
>f an holiest government, Sound poli
les and restored civilization. It may
Pe of some interest to our readers to
low what was doing in this Mecca of
louth Carolina Democracy, and what
hianges had been made in the dramatis
Little change has taken place on the
ino of the railroad, except the absence
f cows on thc track as far down ats
tidgeway. E ven below Ridgeway
me happened to see none of these, but
resume they had become tired of
leir winter pasture of T iron and
rossties, and had taken themselves to
lie woods and marshes for something
iore digestible. Or It may be that
Vckless engineers have long since
iade a clean sweep of all the horses,
mles, cows, goaits and pigs along the
n1e. In Columbia the usual number
f hackmen were at the depot, their
rics shriller, their carriages rustier
ud their steeds more attenuated than
ver. By some we were reminbded of
be Cabman's explatnation to Mr.
'ick Vick, " We hitches 'em u) werry
ho i and drives 'CnI werry fast, and
icy can't fall dowi." There are
evertheless, at the stables, or owned
y private p. 'sons, some very fine
orses in Columbia. It's a marvel
ow the hackmen live. Fifteon or
wventy hacks and half a dozen passen
era at a quarter a head seems the
A number of lawyers from different
arts of the State were in Columbia iii
ttcndance upon the Supreme Court.
'his court onl Thursday was engaged
it a sort of Jarndyce vs. Jarndyce
ase, about the division of an estate,
lie brief covering about two hundred
,id forty pages. It caie from Edge
leld, amid had been .Wfore several
uidges and numberless reerees. Gov
rnor Bonhain, Judge Bacon and Mr.
JeConte were on one side, and Colo
tel Youmanis, Speaker Sheppard and
lessrs. Norris and Addison, of i dge
eld, on the other. By the time three
'clock came all the Suipreme Court
id all the lawyers were engaged in
ntangling the intricate knots. All
ands drew off for dinner, however,
ind we were as nmuch disappointed as
fwe had begun a most interesting
tory and found "continued in our
cxt" on the bottom of the p age. Tihe
upremeo judges prieside wilth dignity,
nd( bestow carefuil attention to the
sacs argued before them. By the
ray Chief Justice Williard's term ex
ires in August, 1880, and the Legis
iture will have to elect his successor
iis winter. Hie will hardly be re
lected. Judge Mclver is prominently
tentioned for the place. An endcav
r will he made to run Gen. James
onntr(1, an able lawyer at d sterling
ian; while Governor simpson 's
Llaims may be advanced, the chief
iffilculty being that his term, as gover
or, will not have exph'red. His
mbition is raither ju'dicial than politi
ml, and although he has succeeded
dmirably as governor, still the bench
I the lawyer's crowvn of triumph.
Vhat has been said above Is gossip,
et It appears probable.
THE~ CA8E OF MONINCHI.
Wednesday was consumed by the
upreme Court in hearing an appeal
I another' cause celebre, tfe Mc? ich
sac from Laureuns. MicNinchm was
mntenced to be hanged for the mur
er of Kilgore, and appealed for a new
'tal. The case has stirred up the whole
unty of Lauren., besides exciting
eneral interest elsewhere. The ev[
en1ce was conficetinig, but the general
tcts are that Kilgore and McNimndh were
oth desperate men when drunk.
illgore came to towvn one day but r'e
aned sober. He had no arms. Mc
fIich and others, among them J. L.
[. Irby, got Into a quarrel wvith Kil1
o.I ssaid they followed him up
ni the street, and that McNinch fIred
n him. Kilgore had' nothing at first,
ut some one gave him ajpistol whilch
ras defective. He was shot through
ye times, and clinched with McNinch.
rby stood by, and with drawn pis
:>1 kept the crowd back. It is charged
hant ho prevented the police f-om sepa
ating the combatants, .and it is also
harged that McNiicht was. not the
tinly one who fired. This Is deniled
tronigly by Irby's friends. Irby fled
>ecause lhe felt prejudice had been
'alsed agalinst him and McoNuch after
rial was convicted and sentenced to be
anged, Solicitor Bali and General
larlington prosecnted, and Messrs.
k". J. Pope, J. F. J. Caldwell, and per
aps others were defendant's counsel.
imon~g the grounds of the a ppeal are
hat the solictor went into the grand
ary room, (Solloltor Ball says this
vas before the bill was handed out,
hat he was not in during the time' the
1h1 was in, and that he went at the
netruction of Judge Aldrich), that the
ury commissioner was related in
tome degree to the murdered man, and
hat a State's witness was withdrawvn
after testifying and without granting
he defence a eross-examination. The
olieitor and the dlefeudanit's counsel
ocked horns over this latter point, he
laiming that he told the the counispl to
ross examine, and the matter was
eferred back to Judge' Aldrich for his
tatement, It will be heard on May 12,
THE~ L'ATE BIOARD OF ED)UCATIlON
'ad a short meeting on the 1st of Manf
l'hose present were thme Superintendl
nit, Prof. Charles Petty, the Rev.
rames Dunlap and J. 8. Murray, Esq.
1r. Areher. of Charloston, was pr'e
renltedl by sfekness in his family from
ettending, 'VTe boasrd had onl rou
inc business to* transact, and
ournaed lin an hour or two. Sumperin
endent Thompson reports progress in
he schools, but believes that local tai.
ol is noeceanr to rende- them em..
clent. The mntultiplioilly of schools' Le
considers a serious draw bacj, as it
i fritters away the simill suim raised for
I schools without doing aly pratical
good. '1ho State Legishiture ought to
deovot more timo to edatllionk aind
lss, to clap-tray speeches oi aill sorts of
IN TIIE STATE OFFICES
everything Was coiparatively (uiet.
Col. Sims was con1flined at Ilm(eIr in bed.
le has been sick fbr some tiline, aul
his clerk, Mr. M. C. Robertsoj, was
running the Secret ary of State's ollice
in his absence. The governor was in
his otilce, but he seem16d to be enjoying
a rest for the time. The attorney
general and his assistant, Mr. LeCoit'e,
were in the Supreme Qoturt. General
M1oise was buIsy lookilig up sontic law
pohits in reibrence to his department.
The clerk of the comptroller, Mr.
Williams, was prdparinmg a .handlsome
chart of the phosphate deposits as ex
plored by General lHagood on his re
cent trip. The treasurer was bisy
payingotit salaries to the difliretE o.
flenals aind their attaches who are as
prollpt, we presume, ini prese'ntijeg
I heir warrants as in performing their
other duties. The sumnier is the (ill
time. When the Lerislaturo meets ill
will be chang ed. Tie State house will
be a lively place.
TIHE CONFEDEIR.TE MONUMENT
which will be unveiled on the 13th is
approaching completion. It is sittnat
ed at the left of the entrance, going in,
and will be quite an ornameit. Great
preparations are making fur the cere
mony. General Preston will deliver
the oration and a numIlber of young
ladies, daughters of deceased soldiers,
will unveil the stattie. The conple
tion of this work is a riattor of sincere
congratuiat.ion. It will be as much a
tribute to the zeal and love of woman
as to the valor of those who died.
"YOU MAY BnEAK, YOU MAY SIATTER
the rose if you will," we are told, and
the scent o'tle rose will linger there
still. But smash a corrupt Jladical
party and it vanishes. Of all the old
crowd that infested Columbia in 1876
none can be seen to tell the tale. TheV
have slunk out of sight, The fit'e
houses, the mnagnificent equ1)ipage:, the
gaudy gems that marked the prosper
ous thief, have all passed 1iiiner the
sheriff's hammer. Colorado has caught
most of this oil'a. We wish it joy of
its bargain. II place of this crew' one
meets replreselt ative maien of all parts
of the state, to know whom is at pleas
ure instead of a disgace. Columnbia is
still badly off, materially, but there is a
shade more of confIdelnce in the people,
and time will bring the hoped For re
vival of business. When the canal is
dotted with factories the State Capital
will look up. Speed the day.
B E it enaited an i or-laino.l by the
Town Council of Winnsibro, :-- c.,
in Council met and by authority of the
That section 2 of an Ordinance relating
the disclargo of fire-arms etc., mithinl
the corporate limita which reads, Tham
any persen or persons who shall discharge
any gun or pistol or set fire to, explode,
or uso any squib, fire crao!:er or explosive,
or any other discharge of powder, except
in the disrharge of sone publie duty,
shall forteitand pay for oach and overy
such offence a sum not exceeding tei.
dollars: Provided, that on Christmas
or other holiday the use of fire.-rackers,
fire-works and cihor harmlessa exlosivos
shall be at the discretion of thme Intendl
ant,'' be amended by inserting after the
wvords "ten dollars" and before the word
"'provided" the following: "Or be im
prisoned not more thmap tep days."
Done in Councoil, tbis thirtiethi day o f
A pril, A. 1). 1879, nuder the corporate
seal of the said Town Conoi.
JAS. A. BR ICE,
E. 8. CHnDm~zJ,
T HE County Auditor, or an assist-nt,
will be at the following places on
the days designate.1, for the purposo ot
receiving returns of the taxp~ayors of the
county, for the next fiscal year, viz:,
Woodward's, June 8 and 'f.
Bidgeway, June 9i and 10.
Blythewoodi, Juno 11 and 12.
Gladden's G~ore, June 13.
Caldweli's Stern, June 14,
Durhamn's, June l0 urd 17,
Bear Creek, June 18 and 19,
Horob, Junoe and 24.
Jenkinsvillo, June 25 and 26.
Monticolio, June 27 and 28.
Feasterville, .Juno 80h and July 1,
White Oak, July 3.
The oflice at this place (Winnsboro)
will be open from let to 5th Juno, and
from 4th to 20th July. Eaeh tmaxpayer is
k'oquired to make return on oath of all
real and personal properly
owned or controlled by thenm on
June 1s6. All citi'ens between
the ages of twenty-one anid sixty
years, exoept those exempt by law, arc
required to make return of their polls.
Aiter the 20th Jul y, a penalty of tifty per
cent. attaches, IL N. WITI jElLS,
may 6-txfounty Auditor.
TOWNSHIP AS55BOflS OF 1REAL E8TATB.
BY an Aet of the Laegislature, approved
BDeoember 24. 1878, it is made my
duty to appoint three intelligent aunt
discreet freeholders in each township in
the eounty, whp shall constitute a Town.
ship Board of Absessorls for ial Estate.
I thierofore make the tollowing appmoint
TowstIV No. 1.-J. Feaster Lyles, D.
P. Crosby, ?. 'V. Traylor.
Towns hip No. 2-John a . Douglass, T.
P. Mitohell, C'ilvin Bic.
Township No. 3--Jas. G. Johnston,
Andy MoDaniel, E. D. M~obley.
Township No. 4--Wyatt D. Davis, B, F.
Boulware, John Wylie.
Township No. 5-R. K. liokett, H1. F.
Gibson, John D. Harrison,
Townsbip No. 6--T, J. H. Jones, F.
M,. L. Duke, Fraklin D,.Cloud.
Township No. 7-Preston Bilon, Thes.
Nelson, James B. Walker.
Township No. 8-J. T. Stewart, B. E.
Blin, 3, W.* Starnes.
Township No. 9-T. W. Woodward, N.
0. Rober; S n, I' a s. C. a pell.'
Township an. 10-Joht it.. Lemimon,
W, N. Mason, Joel Ashford.
Township 14oi 11---Jonathan StAnton,
Wylie T. Yairborough, David L. Glenn.
Township No. F2--John Vinson, Jas.
Tittner, Iranous Pop.
TowpshipNo. 13--Joseph J(. Davis, E,
A. Davis, G. Butler Pettigrew,
Township No. 14--eorgo -H, MoMas
ter, T. 13. Madden, W. D. Alken.
Thie three persons appointed for the
soveral townships will meet together mit
somoe ounvenient place, take thme cone-titu
tional oath of ouilee, elect a chairman,
and thus bcomo to Township Jloardt of
Assessors. The cobairmen of .the several
Township Boardsy will constitumte the
County Board of Equalization. For the
purpose of organizing said County .Board,
the ohlfi'ion of the various local Boards
will meet at my ofies on. Tuesday, the
third (lay of June, 1879.
L, N. WVIJ&ThE',
m~ay 6-f 1$ Adrt A 1' airta At to,
-CONSISTING IN PART OF-,
21 bbli. Molasses-Rill grades,
400 lbs. Choico Buchwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream (1licese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bla. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffoo-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bble., canis and buckets,
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choico IRed Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Iye and 3arley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Hlorso and Mule
Shoes, A xle Grease, White
Wino and Cidor Vinegar,
Raisins, Curranti and Cit ron.
Fresh Canned Salnon, Peaches and
Toinatoos, Mixed Picklos, Chow
Chow and Peppor Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of vhich will bo sold choap for
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN.
NO WOOID, NO PAiPER
N tho Standard Screw Bay State
8hoe. J. 411. B rATY & Co.
SAif VING SALOON.
T IE undersigned would respectfully
inform the public that ho liis
opened a Shaving and Ilair-clttingz Sn,
loon in the room two doors nor.t of Mr. J.
D. McCarloe.'s, where ho will take pleasure
in serving all who may favor him with a
call. Everytrhinlg in the tonsorial line
donec in the best style.
nay 3 R. "McLURE.
Th'Ie fo'.lowlii Is the present. schetti le Of uirr
v'als oil I h0 lit triot ,0, Uultitula attid Augtusta
it;lilr'oad, Onl the 1iasS Of W.1- ingr Itl it time,
wilcl Is about, sixtecz rliui4tes Estatr thia
DAY PARSENOER--GOING NORTH.
Colum bia............................ 1.20, P. M.
HIl ewoo i.......................... 2.15
.lii i t. .......,...... . 2.32
oim s' ...........,.....,........... 2.50
W iunsl)ro............................ .11
.\<iger 's.......... .................... ..24
W hile Oak............................ 3.4
W oodw~v d'..................... 3.47
Blackstolik........................... 2 5
c rnlwall'n............................ 4.02
Chester.............................. 4.2 "
DAY PASsENOER-oOING SOUTn.
Cliester.... ......................... 1.29, P. )i.
Corwn.al .............. ,.,. ,.. I ..19 ,
i(lackstock... .. ,..... ............ 1. 9 1
i(o(lward's.......................... 2.04 "
W hite Oak.............. ............. 2.16
Adger's .................... ......... 2.25 "
W1tinsiboro.................. ...... 2.38 "
Siu p.40i 'S............................. 2.5 "
indgewaiy............................. 8 .11 "
Illy he wo( ........................... "
Columilia.... ...... ... ...... .......410 ''
NIonIT PASHSENGEn-(OING NOh'ig.
Columbida.......................... 10.00, r. st,
Ilhyt.hewvooti....................... 10.8 4
itilgeway.......................... 11 10 *
WVhite Oak................... .... 12.12, A. jx.
Woothwar1's....................... 12 29
Hlacksock......................... 12.32 "
Ctornltl'......................,,. 1..13 i
N10nT P'AsSENoE-oOING SOUTH.
Clhester------ --- -----8.10, A. 's,
Corniwatil's ------ -----. S.u
iI'ekstock----- -------- 3 40
WVootlwatrt's - .-.5
innbbsoro------ - -- ----. .29 ''
hIcIigewa~y------ -..-----4.51 "
ulvythawOOtd - - - - .. 5.09 'e
Columbia,------- -- ----- 5,3
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STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERED
amt- are ADJUSTABL.
has tai LARVA-(.: JIWS)UN1 It o t1'(
Easiest Throaded Shuttio.
The DOBBINS nro WOUND wIth1oiit
XUNNING or U.NTILRUADIG tho
It Ini a ELF-sETTIN(0 NEEDLE; It
WVlTI1iwr TENTJN(4; It ias a I.AMt(
SPACE ulder the arm; it Is NOISELEsS.
1i~ hasitero hif IOELILENCE thsim
4jh other ImC311:a t eih bii~d c iu.
?0'Agont wvanteCl in localities
whoso wo pro not ropresmentec.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION 8QUARE, N.Y.
SOLE Agent for Winnsboro for
Nathan Bros. 1863 Old Cabinet
Ryo Wlitkey. F. V. HAENICT,
Rear of Town Hall.
J U S Tr
AL the Winnsboro Dry Goods,
Fancy God3.s and Millinery Bazaar
a second lot of now, cheap and ole
gitt goods. Millinery and Fancy
Goods in all the latest stylos and
novelties of the season. Mrs. Boag,
having a first-class milliner to assist
her in this Department, is fully pro..
pared to please the most fastidious,
and will take pleasure in doing so.
A beautiful line of Silk and Cotton
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' Jabots and Tics or Scarfs ;
Dress Goods, Buntings, Poplins,
Silks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimmings
-i fact a full stock of such goods
as are usually found in a first-class
Millinery, Dry Goods and Fancy
A beautifuld line of ladies' and
Children's slipp)ers, Gaitars and
Shoes ; also, a nice assortmient of
A full and fresh 'stock of Family
Groceries : Bacon, Meal, Flour,
Corn, Sugars, Coffees, Soaps,
* Kerosene Oil.
In short, you can find all yon want
at J. 0. BIOAG'S, aind as cheap) as
the samo goods can be bought any
where. .Don't forget to call. No
trouble to show goods.
J. 0. B3OAG.
Sixten new and first-class Soewing
Machinos to be in store in a day or
so. The New and Im proved Verti..
cal Feod Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, the
New and Improved American, rang
ing in price fron $20 upwards.
Those Machines are from the facto,
ries of good, resp~onsibl-e companies,
andl are wartiranted to be just as
J. 0. B3OAG,
Agent for Fairfield County.
O~R a good drink--Lemonade,
LMint Julep, or any other doe,
lightful Spring Beverage, call at
MQRNINo STAR SALooN,
Rlear of Town Hall.
CORN AND HAY.
J'UST Received-at the ol stand of T.
Rl. Robertson-5l,000 pounlda Time
thy and Clover Hay. Two Car Loads
NORTH CAROLINA CORN,
All of which will bo sold very ohoap for
nioh 22 JNO. D. McCARLEY.
DlR. C. UK. LADD,
_ AVING returnod to Winnsboro atnl
.resumedc~ the practico of medicino
otYern his. profo~81ei osrvics to the citi
zons of the townl and county.
ANOloo in flank Riongo, up stairs
nextto Na and HferaldZ off100. Entranci
on~ t.ongrovs stroo6'. meir I--xtf3nm
Plonsaatiy ani fast, a obd ,ad
...r.... sfU4L yri~et t.,A;: t
NAVA68AGUANO. BAY STATE
IS callod to our Now, Largo and W
. only a fow varieties of which (for
Alpacas, Victoria law
Bleached and Brown Homespun, Cot
Drills, Printod Lawns, Ticking, Tabll D
OUR NOTION I
is full and (mmpleto, with all the Novo]
Ladies' Scarfs, Fans, Gloves. Collarsi a
W1o have just recoived as Full a Lim
Shoes as can bo found in tho State, ma
ref4pectfully ttsk the pmblic to examin Il
WXo havo the Largest Stock of Muns'
Hats In Town, with soie Specialties ii
A full line of Clothing that will astou
A full stock of Famiily and Plantatij
REMEMBER, WE DON'T B
by selling lotdiingr articles at less thaln
at a LIVING Q1ROFIT, and as choap a
HOES. GRAIN CRA:
FOR DESIGN AND WORK11
Before making your purchases elsewhe
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SUI
IEPAIRING NEATLY I
I keep on hand a full supply of I
Coffins of the finest finish. Also, a ch<i
A -v.. Manr-6 .c
J. O. BOA * A.-n fo Far.
C'aNiWAS M ERA4 isEasyereddo
TH AN EVER!
CHIARLOTTEV1LLE~ C'AF*3IMERES CHIEAP1ER
THAN EVER I
Charlottesvilloe Cassimores and Jeans,
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
W aro dnow located in the briok
building. formryooupicd by
wil beladto welcome our custoroe.
andl frioe a Will continue to deal is
eoneral. 49 andiso. and will ogdeavr
olese by tiolh~ .0 tiri0~~.
~GOO1 QALIY, IONBT NT' Q TY
311 solceted Stock of Dry Goods,
want of spaco) wo mention, to wit :
'olade(sQ, Plaid Ho1mOIspun, Linen
amask, Towels, Napkins and Doilies
ties a1 latest stylos in Button
nId Cull's, ote.
) of Ljadis' Missos' and Children's
( especiially for our trade, and wo
and Bov' F0lt, Woo01 and Straw
I Straw Goods.
ish cash purchasors.
a Groceries, Hardware, &c., &o.
AIT OUR CUSTOM $lts
ost, ; but wo will sell all our goods
i they can bo hougitd anywher.
10. EL)ER & CO
NTED AS REPRESENTED.
A now supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic..
turos, Wall Pockets, Bracketa
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
L' TIIE TIMES. .
>ONE AT MODERATE PRICES
TO MAIME TO OUDE]R,
Ietalio and Rosowood Cases and
~ap stock of Coffins.
IT IS TIIS
ONLY SEWING DACHINB
WiICII 11A& A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Ncver Breaks the Thread,
* I~ever Sips Sitches.
Is the Lightest Runig.
SA New and Simple Device
Winding tho Bobbin,
Whot a :o1oinu b liop fro
out Unt rcadrg the
TeCimplett, the ?Most Dumable
an i very respoot the
not ?:et out of order, ad wvIt! do more wcr16
Irated Circular furnishcd on application.
ars Street, Dal4usre, E,2
MITHi'S WORM OIL
A TH iNS, GA., Deonibep 8, 1878.
ho ~rs 01 antt next day hO p08( ass
05 to i~ittie girl, four yer o it, and h
asse~d 88 worns fromn 4 to 5 inches Ion .
WORMf OIL foi' sale by Mo stor & IBriO,
'pared ,y Dr.. 10. 8. I DQlI Atlebas. Ga,
IAMS-U icnvaiied tigaisCurel1
asi 8almionSu4i, Picklos, 9