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TOWN AND COUNTY.
TO~SRti bIORNING, May so. 1579.
TnE, NNs AND HERALD.
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tisemeints. Simple announcements or
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charge, and solicited.
All commiunlations of wjiatsoever
nature, should he addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company,
Winnoboro, 8. C.
Third Arrival-F. Elder & Co.
Read the new advertisement of
Messrs. F. Elder & Co., and then
profit by it in Investing something In
their wares. They guarantee satisfae
tiofh to all.
The chief disadvantage In the stop
page of the day trains If that the News
and Courier reaches subscribers on
this line on the day after publication.
The Gordon Light Infantry attract
ed much attention in the parade In
Columbia last week, and were the
subject of many complimentary re
marks upon their fine drilling and
general soldierly bearing.
And now they say that the railroad
authorities, who Indignantly disclaim
all responsibility for the recent change
in the location of the telegraph office,
contemplate moving the ticket office
and passenger depot away down to the
freight depot too. Is the Western
Union Telegraph Company responsi
ble for this also?
The day passenger trains have been
tiken off. We presume this is neces
sary In view of the approaching dull
season. For the accommodation of
those who prefer to travel in the
daytime, the company attaches a pas
senger coach to each of its freight
trains. These trains pass Winnsboro as
follows: Going north, at three quar
ters past eight In the morning; going
south, at five minutes past twelve,
noon. We shall publish the schedule
In full hereafter.
THE CrADEL AND ARsENAL.-We
are indebted to the publishers, Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, of Char
Ia#..,ft, a 1ft^P3 Af 5L9TIM4u
Sketch of the South Carolina Military
Academy." This work was prepared
by Col. J. P. Thomas, formerly Pro
fessor In the Arsenal and Citadel
Academies, now Superintendent of
the Carolina Military .Institute, Char
lotte N. C. The author traces the
origin, rise and fall of the Academies,
and gives sonme of the results achieved
In theoir comparatively brief career.
In the valuable appendx Is given the
Rtol of the Board of Visitors and of
the Cadets In attendance at the close
of the war. The list of graduntes ex
tending from 1846 to 1864, contains the
name of many a noble hero In our late
struggle, and of many of the foremost
nied of the'State and country to-day.
Col. Thomas has performed' his task
with fidelity and In excellent taste.
This beautifhl volume may be had
fronm the p~ublishers. Price: cloth,
*1.60; paper, $1.00.
have received a card of Invitation to
the final celebration of the Calhoun
and Preston Literary Societies during
the approaching Commencement. The
addresses before the two societies will
be delivered on the morning of June
10:h, by Governor Colquitt, ofGoorgia.
On the same evening the Calhoun 8o
ciety will hold their usual celebration,
President 0. A. Woods in1 the chair.
The subject for debate Is the follow
ing: "Resolved that the stump, as an
institution. has promoted true orato
ry." The debatants for the affirmative
side are Messrs. T. J. Rogers and T.
B. Stackhouse, and for the negative
Messrs. W. T. Lander and H. W.
Pemberton-all of South Carolina. The
valedictorian Is Mr. A.C. Wightman,
of South Carolina. The celebration of
the Preston Society will take place on
the same evening. The president,
3tov. H. F. Chreltzburg, will presided
The subjc* for debate Is: "Resolved,
that Maubeth was more guilty than
Lady Mjscbeth"-for the af~rmative
Messts.- A. B. Calvert and W. D.
Hutge, fbr the negative Messrs. T. B.
Hacketon and Rt. C. Folk, all of South
Carolida fl e valedictory address
will be delIveet by Mr. J. L. Glensm
of South Carolina. These exercises
prom! to be both i etertaining and
instrud~ve aud 'wilt of cours be
greatly enjoyed by the large number
of people that'will be present.
e9i714 VAno Q~LA d*Wga.
-The corner-stone of the new Pres
byterian church at Anderson wse laid
on the 10th Inst. with appropriate and
impG. ~ e~ niw.
ton foV r sid
6n the Cir
II be on
of ol~aav~otyfe ~
lick upon hig leg from a ball while
playing base ball one evening last
week, which fractured the bone, caus.
by a very severe wound, from the
efiects of which he is now lying in a
-On Tuesday last Ephraim Gist,
colored was brought to Union jail,
charged with the cime of burning the
parsonage of Belmont Circuit at Oro.s
Keys, wihich was reported three weeks
ago. It is said he confessed the crime
to a colored friend and that other oir
cumstances are strong against him.
-Mr Eugene Hall and a negro were
killed at Cartersville Darlitn coun
ty, about five o'clock on Saturday eve
ng, by the explosion of a mill stone.
Mr. Hall was an engineer, and had the
steam grist mill rented. He leaves a
wife and child, dependent on his daily
earnings for support.
-The new Methodist church at
Camden was dedicated on Sunday, the
11th inst. The dedication sermon was
preached by the pastor, IRev. J. 0.
Willson the following named cler -
men assisting in the services: Rev .
F. Chreitzburg, 11ev. G. W. Whitman
aid Rev. J. W. Arial. The new
church cost five thousand dollars, and
is a very handsome edifice.
run DuTrYor Pl MoUI'r.
Views of Congressman Evins on the Pro
gramme that Should be Adopted.
Among the interviews published by
the News and Courier with the Con
gressmen from this State, was one
with the Hon. J. H. Evins, which has
received considerable notice. The
Washington correspondent of the New
York Berald thus notices it at length:
What many of the Southern Repre
sentatives and Senators think and say
is ii ell shown in the ftllowing extracts
fnom a conversation in which Repro
sentative Evins, of South Carolina
shortly after the first veto, expressed
himself on the situation. This inter
view has been printed extensively in
South Carolina. Mr. Evins said qs to
the true policy to be pursued:
The Democratic majority have done
all they conld to secure the repeal of
the odious laws in question. It was
in the power of the President to defeat
their efforts and lie has exerted that
power. The responsibility for the
failure rests upon him and his party
alone. As the Democrats cannot pass
the measures in the face of their oppo
sition, we ought now to accept the
defeat gracenfilly and pass the appro
priation bills at once without the po
litical riders. We ought even to pass
tiem first and then offer bills repeal
ing the obnoxious laws as separate
measures. This course would leave
the Republicans without excuse for
their opposition, as we would be
acting in manifest and perfect good
faith, and they could not say that we
were holding back the appropriations
by way of threat. If they refused at
last to pass these measures we could
go before the country and let the peo
pIc decide upon them. I have no
doubt as to what their decision would
be. It is important for us to get these
issues before the country without
affording any occasion for having our
motives so much as doubted, and with
out the measures themselves being
vitangled with any other question.
icy 1nouQ DO nsi- anequarol
presented for judgment -upon their
merits alone. By adopting this course
wve would relieve ourselves of any
charge that we have used coercive
measures or questionable methods.
Mr. Evinas thought the South ogt
not to allow itself to be drawn fo
its duty by Northern Democrats. le
We should not allow ourselves as
Southern men to be diverted from
what we think is the true interest ol'
the people by any pleas of party
necessity on the part of the Northern
Democrats. We are really the ma
jority of the Democratic party in each
branch of Cong'ess, and will be held
responsible for the legislation of Con
gress. We have the right, therefore,
to dictate the policy to be pursued.
Any attempt to a<Uourn without pass
ing the appropriationi bullb will be con
sIdered revolutionary by the country
and we cannot afford to be put in that
position. We have been between the
upper and nether millstones long
oetough. We are willing to do the
voting and allow the Northern Demo
crats to hold the offices, but we claim
the right to shape the policy of the
party for which we must and will be
held responsible. What Conkling said
in his recent speech is true-that we
are the thontrollling power ini both
branches; and while it may be very
pleasant for Northern politicians,
seeking their preferment, to keep upi
sectional strife, our interests demand
that we shall have a cessation of such
strife. Should we adjourn without
providing the means of carrying on
the government, I believe it would
solidify the North as much as did the
firing upon Fort Sumter in 1861. Our
Northern Democratie friends might
then tind the tide too stroing for them
and leave us in the lurch by seekhiag
new alliances with the National or
G4reenback party. We cannot afford
to take the risks which they can. We
cannot afb&rd to play cat to their
monkey any lon r. If there are any
chestnuts to be Cdthey will get them;
the burnt paws are ours every time.
They stand in a ver dlihbrent posittoon
before the country frm ours.
It is natural that the Northern peo
ple should look upon us with distrust,
coming as we do into control of
the government so soon after the war,
and we must learn to labor and to
As to the appropriation blls .)Er.
I do not consider thaf, the party has
been committed to doing any thing
niore than to exhaust the constitution
a) and parliamentary means to a c~re
the repeal of these laws.. Thecle-a
tions of indiridual molnber' of the
party in Congres that we would
withhold the' apprations in the
eventof a veto bins no one but those
who made them. There has certalnly
been no authoritative deola ation of
th id, and I ltsed ho we have
been committed to such a, course.
True, the Republicans have given this
as our "programine;" but itwill hard
ly be considered inoutub6Ai Mpon us
to stand up'to their declarations as to
what we intend to do or not to do.
thoug e Southrn Dmocrt. i
qjuendes and should now set with a
4 i& y'a has hitherto'
to help them or the South, beqatze
P. H. O'Brian, of San Francisco, Cal.,
says: "Iferald Compound is the best
cement for broken wares I ever saw. I
have arliols mended with it that stand as
good as before they were broken." Sold
by all druggists and country merchants,
or if your, druggist hasn't got it, and
won't send for it, send 28 cents for a bot
tile to JNO. T. PATRICK,
may 17-tx5w Wadesboro, N. 0.
PATTERSON'S OzLEBRATED SPRINGS.
These springs are situated four miles
southof Shelby and six miles north of
N% hitaker's, on the Air-Line R. R. The
mineral waters are sulphur and ohaly
beate. The properties of the~sulphur are
iron, salphur and magnesia. Properties
combined are benetcial to all diseases,
and never fail to cure the most obstinate
cases, as many will testify. The chaly
beate waters cannot be surpassed, having
wrought many almost miraculous cures.
These celebrated Springs are now open
and the prices are in reach of all-having
been greatly reduced this season.
Bathing houses, croquet grounds, ten
pin alley, and other amusements and
attractions free for visitors. Hacks run
ning from this place will meet visitors at
Shelby or at Whitaker's, on the Air-Line t
t.B. upon short notice to the Proprietor.
RATES OF DOARD.
Per day - - - - $1.26
Per week - . 7.,0
Per month - - - 20.00 C
Per month for2 or more months, 18.00
Children and servants half price.
For further.particular. adlreis
W. G. PATTERSON, Prp'r.,
may 17-txamo Shelby, N. 0.
BT Philadelphia Lager Beer,
fresh every day atF. W. HADE.
RzuoT's, Rear of Town Hall.
rHE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COfNTr OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
3arah Cathcart. Plaintiff, against
Samuel B. Clowney, R. 8 Desportes a
Co., The Nat onal Bark of Chester.
South Carolinai, Hopkins,, Dwight &
Co., H. W. Friedenwald, The Winins.
boro National Bank of Winnsboro,
South Carolina, George H. McMasta -
and Francis Gerig, as Assignees of tlit
Winnsboro National Bank of Winns
boro, South Carolina, 11. 0. Howard
as Secretary of the 'laryland Fertilizing
and Man ufacturingiCom pany. and Johi
A Friiser, 1efendants --Summons to 1
1telief. Complaint not Served.
ro the Defendants above-name Is:
X OU AR ElEBY summoned ano
required to answer the complain
in this action, which 1,4 filed in the offlor
f the Clerk of Common Pleas, for the 5
4aid county, and to erve a copy of your
mnswer to the said con plaint on the sub
icribers at their office, No. 6 Law Ringe
Winnsboro, South Carolina, wi thui I
twenty days after the service hereof, ex.
alusive of the day of such serv~oe; and if
you fail to answer the complaint withiv
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in thit
iction will apply to the Cotrt for the
relief demanded in the complain t.
Dated 7th day of April, A. D. 1879.
McCANTS & DOUGLASS,
ro the Defendant Samuel 11. Clowiey:
TAKE notice that the summons in thiF
wotion, of which the fore going is a copy,
was filed in thco olce of the Clerk of the
IOnrt of Common Pleas for the county
%nd State aforesaid on the 7th day of
*McCANTS & DOUGLASS,
7th day of April, 1879.
Sapril 8-f law~w tu
E it enacted and ordained by thn
Town Council of Winnsboro, 5' C.
in Council met and by authorityoft
That section 2 of an Ordinance relating
the discharge of fire-arms etc., u ithia,
the corporate limits which reads, "Thai
any person or persons whnushall- disobarge
any gun or pistol or set fire to, explode.
or use any squib, fire-cracker or explosive, y
or any other discharge of p~owder, excepi -
an the discharge of some public duty,
shall forteitand pay for each and every
such offence a sum not exceeding ter
dollars: Provided, that on Christmas
or other holiday the use of fire-crackers,
fire-works and oilker harmless explosiver
shall be at the discretion of the Intend
ant," be amended by inserting after the
words "ten dollars" and before the word
'"provided" the following: "Or be im
prisoned not more than ten days."
Done in Council, this thirtieth day of
April, A. D. 1879, under the corporate
meal of the said Town Council.
JAS. A. BRICE.
E. S. CHANDLMR,
F OR the best half-dime smoke, try
"The Smasher," superior to all
itbers, at F. WV. HADENIGHT's, Rear ~
af Town Hall.
'THE County A uditor, or an assistint,
jwill be at the following places on 4
the days designated, for the purpose ot
receiving returns of the taxpayers of the
county, for the next fiscal year, vis:
Woodward's, June 8 and?7.
lidgeway, June 9 and 10.
Blythewood, June 11 and 12.
Gladden's drove, June 13.
Oaldfrells Stora, June 14.
Durham's. June 18 and 17.
Bear Oreek, June 18 and 19.
Iloreb, June 23 and 24.
Jenkinsville, June 25 aind 28.
Monticolso, June 27 and 28.
Deastervillo, June 30 and July 1,
White Oak, July 3.
The office at this place (Wilnnsboro)
will be open flrom 1st to 6th Jne, and
from 4th to 20th July. Each tax payer is
required to make return on oath of all
rei and personal property
owned or controlled by them on
June let. All citizens between
the ages of twent4-one and sixty
years, except those exempt by law, are
re quired to make return of their P0115.
Aiter the 20th July, a pensli of fit per
cent, attaches. I, N. WITHERS,
may' 8--tt County Auditor.
tOB .genuine W. .T. Blackwell's
V Durham Smioking Tobaoco, call
at F.. W JIaUNmonT's.
EEP ool.Ice, Lemons and
Sod Wter a oNIGSA
SAL~OON, Bear of Town Hall.
J1 W uder.igned would. respeotfully
inform the pumblio that he has.
opened a Sha'ving and Hair-otting Sa
leda inathe room two doors norwhof Mr. I.
D. Mo~arley's, whe he will take pleasure
in serving all who may tror him with a
calL. E thing in the tonsorial line
done inth boe styl.
noties bathing -
GRAND OPENING* !
Hve hercousins an her
sisters and hoi aunts
seen such att endless
variety and magnificent
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
xs woN' purchased at the recent great
iales in Now York, and will be sold at
)ur stock is complete in dry goods, no.
ions, embroidorlen, ladiesi' ncekwear, per
utnery, hosiery, ladies' ints, millinery,
traw goods, gent's fuinishing goods in
11 branches, latest style straw and felt
ats, boots, and shoes in all sizes for
idies, gentlemen, misses and children,
loth and leather. Also, the latest sty lo of
.To convine yourself and save money,
all at the well-ktinn stand of
.UGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
SPE"CIALTY-One Hundred large size
idie's Parasols, at 23 cents each.
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
4 bbls. Molasses-all grades,
) lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
0 boxes Cream OheRe,
boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
2 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
4 snaks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
0 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
1ARD in bble., cans and buckets.
la'on, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
1huice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Tails, Trace Chains, Hors-e and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Oltron.- -
1'resh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
1I1of whi3h will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN~
.Good Five Cents Cigar-the
1"After Dinner," at F. W. H AnE
IoHT's, Rear of Town Hall.
For restoring Gray Hair to
Is natural Vitality and Color.
which Is at once
a g r e e a b 10e,
healthy, and ef
fectual for pre
hair. Faded or
grayj lair is soon
restored to its
pith the gloss ad freshness of yiouth.
rhin ha*r is thickened, falling halr
shooked, and baldness often, though
tot always, cured by its use. Noth
ng can restore the halt .where the
olcleles are destroyed, or the glands
trophied and deced. But such as
emain can be saved for usefiblness
>y this application. Instead of foul
ng the hair with a pasty sediment, it
!ili keep lii clean and !igorouh. Its
iccasional use will prevent the hair
l-om turning gray or fhiling off, and
ionsequently prevent baldness. Free
ronm those deleterious substances
which make some preparations dan
merus, and injurious to the hair, the
Vigor can only benefit but not harm
b. If wanted mnerely for a
mothing else can be fotand so desir
able. . Containing neither oil. nor
aye, itdoes not soil white cambric,
and yet last lon onthe hair, giving
repared by Dr. i. C. Ayer & Co.,
Vam e~ anA4 'Aass$F.el 0maste
th own4sspn guasates to Sh4
gotbUo. Ia'aac~#ts gsitpa#0by ap
other hons .a the pleaaeble sup
$11l4d with th.pe in tbe aarlc.* Com
fortable roopas .aud plto attentiob
%:is. 2.OO4ar Aae. ana 9.tf
The BEST, LATEST IMPROVED,
andl most THOROUCHLY countructed
SEWINO MACHINE ever ivented. All
the wearing part aro ilo of tho GEST
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERED
anl nro ADJUSTABLE.
Iit s the AUTOMA47TIC XLNPON1 it
has the AROBW DODJls itzs the
Easiest Threaded Shuttle.
The 13OBBINO Are WOUND %vthiout
]RUzNING or UXITHADING the
It lae a sEILFP.TTING NEEDLE; It
has a DIAL for regulating the length o(Rtlteb,
WITHOUT THPITING; It hns a LARIGE
SPACE nmlor the atro; is NOISEsL1s.
antI line more points of )OXCULLEN~OM than
all other miaclnes combined.
A-Agents wanted In localities
where wo are not represented.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
W E RESPECTFULLY call tb
attention of the ladies to om1
large assortment of Fancy Goods
.TIES ! TIES I I TIE S!!
White Lace Ties, Black Laco Ties
Colored Lace Ties, Silk Ties, and, ir
fact, Ties of all kinds.
A beautiful assortment of Bowi
in all colors and shades. Sill
Handkerchiefs in great variety
Gloves I Gloves 1 ! Gloves I I I Cal.
and look at them.
TRIMMINGS I TRIMMINGS !
White and Colored Hamburgs
Frillings, Laces, Linen Uress TIrm.
mings, andl lots of other Trimmnings
Torchon Laces-a good assortmen
of them. We offer to the ladiel
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS in thesa
goods. McMASTER & BRIO1E.
A RRIVE E
At the Winnsboro. Dry Goode
Fancy Goods and Millinery Bazaa
a second lot of new, cheap and ele,
gant goods. Millinery and Fane:
.Goods in all the latest styles ant
novelties of the season. Mrs. Boag
having a first-class milliner to assis1
her ini this Department, is fully pre
pared to please the most fastidious
and will take pleasure in doing so
A beautiful line of Silk and Cottot
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves
Ladies' Jabots and Tienj or Scarfs
Dress Goods, Buntings, Poplina
Silks, Buttons, Fringes, Trimming
-in fact a full stock of such good
as are usually found in a first-clas
Millinery, Dry Goods and Fane
A beautiful line of ladies' an
Children's Slippers, Gaiters an
Shoes ; also, a nice assortment c
A full and fresh stock of Famnil
Groceries: Bacon, Meal, Floni
Corn, Sugars, Coffees, Soapi
In short, you can find all you war
at 3. 0. BOAQr'S, and as' cheap
the same goods can be bought an'
where. Don't forget to call..
trouble to show goods.
- Sixteen new and first-class Sewir
Machines to be in store Ir. a day
so. The.New and Improved Verl
cal Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, il
New and Improved American, ran
ing in price fron *20 upwari
These Machines are from the fact
ties of good, responsible oompanil
and are warranted to bo just
Agent for Fairfield County,
p. 9W RYE.
n oe 10 bid
E- ___R__ INKAREON0
8 NEW GOODS T
ALL WCOL Buntir-gs in Black an
pacas, Cashmores and Lawns. Liner
Colors. A largo assortment of Wi
Swiss, Victoria Lawvn, Piquo and C
Drills and Cottonades. Also, Cas,
pi Shirting and Shooting, Plain and FiH
o CALICOES I CALICO!
A nico lino of Hats in E
Our Shoo Stock is fuller than over, v
Clothing in groat variety, and a
r4 No baits thrown out to catch the u
Z Legitimato Profit.
O P. S.-A largo addition to our Noti
a few days.
O DI NK ARIIOS.
FOR DESIGN AND WORKM.
F U ITE?,:LT- -UE?
Before making your purchases elsewhor
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SUIT
REPAIRING NEATLY DI
I keep on hand a full supply of M\
Coffins of the finost finish. Also, a chev
oct 22 R
BEST FAMILY SES
with less labior than any other mnachine. iluot
.T f. DOVfl. Managor, 61 N.1 ChI
). BM.V, Agent for Fairfield.
a workrnanchip Is equal to
elegantly finished as aflr
highecst awards at the Vie
4 ions.. iT SE~WS ONE-FOU
iachines. Its capacity Is ui
ILSON MACHIN~ES sold li
1e combined sales of all 1
1ENDING ATT ACHMENT for
IITHOUT PATCHiNG, given
ASTONISH YOU I LOOK :
Sua-ue Uncanvassed Hams at 10
3r o,1Coiee Sugar at 8 cents per lb.
i.. Best Rio Coffee at 17 cents per lb.
10e Pure Leaf Lard at 10 cents per lb.
Fresh Soda Crackars at 10 cents per lb.
*C All sorts of Sweet Cakes at correspond
'- in~l low low prices
d, A10. 15 or 21 Bble. New Mackerel Fish
Sin different sized packages sulta ie for
'farm use, Give me a eani I will not be
asundersold, W,, U. DONLY.
. moh 25
Dli. (. ii. LAnD
Ae 0 e odne
oT Coga~ aot yf
a. COFF~EE. ____
HIS SPRING. 0
d Colors. Black Crepe, Al- !
Suitings in Stripes and Plain
ito Goods, such101 as Jaconqts,
'ambrics. A full line of Linen
imeros, Bleached and 13rowr
,ured Lawaia, Cambrics and
.4?! CALICOES 111
1traw, Wool and Felt.
vhicli fact speaks for itself.
full and complete stock of
nwary. All Goods sold at a
on Department will arrive in
F. ELDER & CO.
[TED AS REPRESENTED.
A now supply of Window
Shades, Picturo Frames, Pic..
turcs, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
NE AT MODERATE PRICES
CO MAKE TO ORDER.
etalic and Rosowood Ca
.) stock of Coffns.
W. PH-IIL LIPS.
ONLY SEWING MACHINRl
Ihas Self-Setting Needle.
Never lircaks the Thread.
Never Skip Stitches.
is the Lightest Running.
A New and Simple Doviee.
Winding the Bobbin,
th Uinlagio Woi,, ut waj.
Thoe Cimplost, tolst' Dura I
and Ia every respect th.
iot go.t out of order, and will do mnore werk
rated Circular furs lhed on~ application..
rs Ptroot. Dlatwnoro, Md.
i Chronorneter Watch, ancd
st-class Piano. .It receivedi
inna and Cehtennjai ExpO
IRTH FASTER than otI er
ulimited. There are rqore
i the United States. thi~r
:he others. The WILS Op
doing all kinds of repairing.
FREEw wIth each machinpe.
ING MACHINE CO.
AT TH~i MGBUU6 0ElOS
get traieniCt or reular bosa a yde
murpsased iti Winnsboro. t.j4