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'OWN 'AND COUNTY,
RIURSDAV MORNING, Oinue 6. 1870
Tl-n31s OF TiNi.'X vs AM') 1HI..A l
Tri-weekly edition, four dollars I)e(
11t1u2n, it advaice; weekly edit on
wo doUarVs andt tilly Cents perall-nt171,
nt adVanlce. Liberal discounlt to clubis
f flive aid upwards.
RItvris or Atvwnrsix.-One dollai
>er tici for tihe tirst Insertion, a ad
lity eits Per tch for each subseq en
jusertion. These rates apply to all ad
vertiseients, of whatever nato re, and
iRlla re payable strictly fin advanee. Con
tracts 'for three, si or twelve moth
autde onl very liberal. terms. Tran.
ient local n1otiees, fifteen cents per
-line for the first Insertion and seven
one-litlif cents -'-line for eac
,sibsequentinsertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respOet.. 4-harged as adver.
tiselnents. SImple aninounceientis O
marriages and deaths nublished ftee oi
chi-arge, and solieited.
All communiations, of whatsoever
iature, should be addr essed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company,
Wilnsboro, S. C.
The treasurer has paid out several
hundred dollars to jurors, and durlig
the week has disbursed over fifteen
hundred dollars to different creditors
of the county. Ile paid the grand jury
seventy-four dollars in silver quarters,
one of the jurors 'remat-king that silver
beat greenfa~lcks all hollow -lin getting
grass out of the cotton. Udder 'Radi.
cal rule jurors had to Wait indefiitely
for their money.
PEUSoNAL.-We had the pleasure, on
Wednesday aftrinoon, of a visit 'from
Mr. T. W. Clawson, Jr., of the Chester
State Bulletin. The DhBlletin, though
but recently established, hs made 'quite
an impressibn, and bids fair to become
a highly popular newspaper. Its col
umns are each week well filled with
good reading. nattcr, and Its typo
& graphical "get-up" Is unexceptionable.
IN. B. NWA1ii, -Esq., of the Rock 11111
bar, paid a flying.vislt. to Winnsboro
on Wednesday. We were pleased to
meet our old friend, and equally pleas
ed to observe upon him the evidences
of health and_ prosperity.
A STRANOE AccIDENT-Mr. Thomas
Robinson, of Ridgeway, met with a
serious accident a few days ago. lie
has for some time beon partially blind
in one eye. While working in his
leld, either a piece of the hoe or a
small stone struck his sound eye, cut
ting the ball and letting out the fluId
and destroying the sight. The other
eyc Is also expected to lose its sight en
ytirely as it has given liimi much suffer
Ing. Mr. Robinson is att honest, hard
working man, in moderate circum
stances, !in( his misfortune Is *ei-y Be
rious. . .tobilos' father, who
died a few ypgrs.sluce, was'led-rldden
- with rhouatIsm; for tl.sIrty YCni-s,
TIlE VETIIODrsT FaMALE CoLLEGE.
We have received an invitationi from
the senior class "of tHis 'institution to
attend the concluding e'ercises begin
ning On the 8th inistatat and ending On
the 13th. We make our best bow to
tile younghIndies. Nothing would .giv,e
uis greater pleasure than to see them
pass with grace and honor, as ye
know tiloni they will,- through tihe
ordeal that Ia to usher themi upon0 .the
thlreshold of womnanhood. The -senior
class con'sists of fliiddn, as flliow.s
Misses C. Pearl Aughtry, 0. Glover
Birownue, Annie DeGraffenr~ied,'Lily Y.
Littl etild,' M. E. Meynardie, Salle S.
Mitchell, Saltie A. Mood, - Kate E.
X Spigetners Liale: E. SullIvan, Zelene
Sullivant, Cora A Swett M, E. Swy
gert, ahd Nannie E; Walker.
RUEPORT OF THlE tIOwN CL.ERK.-TO.
following is th enthly Aiat~inent if
the Togi,. kli nd Treasurer for
May 1-T'fobalgnceok hand.. $#
May 6-J. clemudin$;' Llddds6 84.0
May 8-W,1}.''yri n r~ 0'
Miay 15--enpeton .ro1
May 28-Filnes and Ti ensp#.'. 7.00
T... ta.......... ...... .........@367.63
May. i-C, N. Plt eler, T~owth W
Clock, one0 year.n. $
May 1-Work on Str'edtsu. ... 84.70
May 6-Work on Town Hall. 18.00
May'10-R. W. Phillfp lanf e
ber...... ..... .. .
May 17-Printing Licenses... 8.00
May 25-NFws AH IERALD,
& r .bd June 1 > 15.06
Ma L o , c...~
Balance on hand........$168.58
PROCEEDIN~s OF COUNok.-y'he rogu-j
'' lair monthdy meeting of the Town
Coucl was hold in the Ceunell Cham
ber ro'ui 4be (4v.60bmiot' 1%ay 81st..
Present, James A. Birice, intendant,
and Wardens Cummings, Fant and
Robertson. The following bills were
p~resented and ordeigd pai: MoMas
ter anld Brice, bill' of di1,' ohnlinys,
wicks, &c., for street lamps, $16.87;
Dunlevy & Fant, repai'ing, &c.,
'Warden Rply fio r&I(fd
lowing resolution, which wasaoted'i
Tpat hereafter the ehairs and benes
in the Town Hall shall not be removed
thieregpz r loaned out for private
Wardon Fant offered the following
resolution: That a comaaittee of three
be appointed by the intendant to 'ox
amnIpe the markeot andI Town Hall with
a fleetfiike6Itansd Iteif What' td
mreced and what it will eot to Initke
ali .necessary repairs a id t palilt tthe
same, and report at next meeting of
Couneil. Wardous Fanut, Robertsoni
and Cnmmings were ap t
An ordiinofo ali ~ 1k
f or the amieiye 1io~
mased anda o rded tQbe pubhihed.
lOMICIni AT ROCK IhLL.-ThC
Charlotte Observer gives a iull accouii
of the killing of Mr. Church Wilfford
hy Mr... P. Caston on the afternooi
of the 2nd inst. Reports of the 'jccur
rence are somewhat confiletitig. Thi.
bes;;t authenticated version of the affair
however, is that the two porsomi;
i nained-both young men and the first
a imerchant-were paying attention tu
r the same lady; that some days ago
the lady atteided a plenic ii company
with Caston, on Which occasion Willi.
ford made some remarl4s about Caston,
which, reaching the ears of the latter,
so offended him very deeply.
On Monday morning Williford re
turned from Yorkville, whither lie had
been on a trip, and walking up town
took a seat in front or a store or bar
rooni near to Caston's store oil the same
side of the street. Caston saw him,
and, getting his pistol, reached out of
the store window and fired down the
street at him, the ball striking him in
the thigh, where it cut an -artery, and
then glancing lodged fin his abdo
nied. Williford remarked to a by
stander that he was killed. le imme
diately commenced to gasp, and in
seven minutes died. Williford at one
time spent some months in )Yinnsboro,
engaged in horse-trading.
C .1zii AND TE CiNiEsE.-The Rev.
Mr. Hartwell who has been for, years
a missionary In China, delivered a lec
ture in the Baptist church on Monday
evening before a crowded audience.
The lecture . was several hours in
lengt', but was appreciated and full of
interest. The lecturer told a number
of amusing anecdotes to show tihe sim
ularity of words of different meaning
in Chinese, and how easily foreigners
are thus led to make great blunders.
Ie then repeated soeic Chinese prayers
as a specimen of the language. Mr.
Hlartwell says it is a mistaken Idea
that tihe Cinilese are highly civilized.
They have schools, but they teach the
saine.identdial things that wre taught
ages ago. - He. believed that they have
to be civilized through the heart, not
through the head, and regards Califor
nia as the proper mission field. He
did not believe in teaching the tenets
of any particular denomination or sect,
but Christianity. The government of
the United States was mercilessly
handled in consequence of its violation
of the Burlingame treaty with China.
In the opinion of the lecturer the day
is not distant when Anerica will teen
with Immigrants from the celestial
kingdom. At the conclusion of the
lecture a collection was taken to aid In
defrayinig tle expenses of the Califor
nlia mission of which Mr. Hartwell is
Tim FmEMEN's PioNic.-The Pio
neer Steam Fire Engine Company, of
Charlotte, with their invited guests,
arrived by a special train on Wednes
day moridng about half past ten
o'clock. They were met at the depot
by the Fairfld Fire Enigine Company,
in full uniform, and attended by the
Cornet Band. Upon the arrival of tile
train the 'Pioneys, uinder. the comn
mand of Foreman L. 1B. Long, and
a detachment of the Independent Hook
and Ladder Company, conmmded by
Vice President T. J. Sprinkle, anid also
a detAhbmnmt of the Fort Mill hlook and
Ladder: Compjany, comnmanided by
President Wmn.Bacharach, wvere formed
in line, and took their positiononi the loft
of the F'airflold. President Cummings
of the last~aned Company then intro
duced 'Mr. Jno. S. Reynolds, whio, on
its bbhsif,qeliveyed a brief address of
welcome tb 'the v'isitors.. This was re
spongd to, okt behalf. of the visiting
firemienby \V. i~ Wilson, Esq., of
Rock Hill. ~Ater the serving of re
freshimenmts in the Town Hail, the eel
umn was fra-ormd, and marched to
the pine grove ini rear of Gol. ion's
residene.~ Here a platform had been
prepar'ed, and tihe party devoted them
delv,cs ,to. the, dance. The music was
turnshed bya stinug band from Char
lotte, brou'ght fob. the .occasion by the
-Pioneers.e After some time spent in
daneln,the merry party betook thoem
selves'to'ibountind and delicious din
nor, vWhlcll was 'dtbly. enjoyed. At a
late houir in the afternoon the picknick
era beant'efltholh' frhin and were soon
6n'tkMrliomneward "why. We trust
tbpy1gljhad 'a finp timeo. The occasion
was certainW a pifehabt one to the
fi:'emnen of Winnsboro.
ftnlt~ to the u - vetdiet of OAuJlty iS
The followina is a synopsis of' the
business transacted in the Court of
)genegl Sessigns since our last re
State vs. Alexander Gaines, indicted
fot~~acn-M.A 14. Maekey,
counsel for tlie defendailt. '1'he prisi
onoer was charged with stealing from
Reuben Hall, the prosecutor, a pocket
book containing nineteen dollars in
Mhoney, and two tax receipts of the
proscutor. There was no doubt of the
taking of the goods by tile defendant,
and .the only effort mi*le by hIs coun
eldsto reduce the; offenCo to the
grade of petit lareeny. -His Honor
charged that the tax receipts were to
bo considered as mere slips of paper,
and therefore of no value. As to the
monley 'pi'se, the evidence of the
prosocntipg witness wvas that it was
Wvorth to -him one dollar, though, lhe
supposed, one mighitbe bought ins the
stores for less. There was no other
evidence as ito its value, and his Hlonof
hold that the jury should decide the
questioii of the value, as a quebtion of
fact. The jury, after a considerable
absence, renderedaverdlotof "Guilty."
-State vs. Antony Jones, inilted for
9A1( dt~ieylfames G. MoCants for
def'endant. The prisoner was charged
St.,bdlin ho111r%4 $Ii1 proseen.
t6rt t'. J. Feaster Lyles. The -do
Sfckha aI3%M A % oni'tati kajioa q A
boen mortgaged by Jim Jontes, tot
son'of ti dofendaint to ak party, to se
secure the paiyment ofa.iiote on .wic
t'ie prosecutor was surety. 'Jhe sure
paid the note, and took an assigminen
of it add the mortgage. Under thi:
mortgage the mule was sokl, and wav
purchased by Mr. Lyles. Subsequen
to this sale, the defendant. seized th
mlane out of the team of the prosecut
ing witness, and took.the aniiimal int<
his possession. Tile defence was tha
the defendant seized the propert
under color of title, and under the hi
pressioll that it was his% owr.. F'or- ih
State It wias urged that Antony Jonte(
never had had any title to the mule
and if lie ever acquired any suich title
it had passed out from him before i
seized the animal. After an argumnen1
and the charge of i he judge the- jury
retired. Verdlict-Not guilty.
Tihe presentment of the grand jury
submitted on Wednesday afternoon
is as follows:
To the Hfonable Th0. Thomson,
We, the grand jury, present lie fol
We lhave examined tile polo houlse,
the jail, the court,-house antd the othie
pubic buildings. Tihe jail has beenl
renovateI generally, new stone sills
have been atded to the windows, and
a now Comting o1 pint onl the roof,
which it Is believed will prevent furtl
or leakage. Tile condition of the
prisoners is as good as could be ex
Icted, and there, is aln increased air o'
comflort aid cleailiness about. the
whole premises. The brick kitchen
ill tile yard of tile jail Would material
lV benefitted and the durabilit V of the
building added to, by tile addition of a
new till roof.
We report the condition of tle pub
lic offices to be good.
There is considerable sickiss at the
poor-house, although the malnlllageiloeit
of the establishmentll is reported good.
Ve recommend that. womeni wilo are
inm1llates, with children born out of
wedlock, be required to swear to tleir
paterilty, so that the county may be'
relieved orturZ of tile expense of their
Tile oflice and books of tie sherifl
have becn iispected, and we iote more
order and better svstem. The estal!.
lishiment of the clerk is reportel inl
its usual good order. The Pr> -
bate Judge's office it-, well kept.. The
treasurer's books aire neatly kept.. le
reports $1900I more ill poll tfaxes tlal
have over been heretofore collected ill
this county. I I is list of it n//a bona eases
is only $476 against $1500 usually. Wc
note good order i and fine systeil in tih
auditor's ofilee. The books o' the t rial
justices are pr'operly kept, and l'prolpI
settlements with the Sta'e have beei
made. We suggest m1,ore caution ill
the prosecut ion of cases, some of wh ich
are.0 too ilSigliticaint 11r ainythin hg ('X
. 0 9 .
cept to increase Counilty costs. Wie
recommend a little more systeimatic
book-keeping to the corOller, Whc
seems dispose(d to dishrge faithifull)
the duties of'iis oflice.
We have agreed to gran (, and hereb v
recommend Ilite gr1anting of a license tc
John P. Elkin, at. AIston, upoin the pay-.
mnent at tile rate of $12.5 per annull to
Petitiois for the building of bridges
over Little River at Brice's crossing
anld over' Ilo.sc Creek in the lowe.'
portionl of the counlty , lwere conideried,
ad your' jury' tihnk best not to rCcoi
mlen~ il hei'ection ill thle prCeent low
condition of tile counlt.v funds.
Youi'jury wvould be'pleased to hiave
ROmel action inl 'eferecc to the casbe ol
Mrs. Elias Hood, near D)oko. She is
rep~resenlted as8 unlqualifIedI to maiintain
and pr1operIYly rise her threeC childr'en,
wvho are likely to become a b~urd1en to
theO counityv ; and1( it is therei'fore recomn
mnendced thalt tile county COmil ssionler'
be author'ized~ and rei'&uir'ed to bind out
those chlildrieni to parties w~ho wvill
fbuish haomes anid give prioileer educa
tion and tr'ainling for' them.
We~T recoinnend that outstanld i
claims cdue minllister's of tile golspel, foi
servilces at the poor-hiouse be paid, and
thlat all meanlis wvarrianted by law be
resorted to, to pr'ovide'r'eligious instruc
tionl for those who from bodily dlebilitV
are debarrled the priilege of' atteind ingi
divine services In theo neighborhood.
The books and accounts ct' theoschool
commlissionerl and counlty ( ilmmission
01rs have also been examned ami~
f'ounld corr'c~t andc prtoper'ly kepit.
In closing our d :ities, we desire to
express our1 thlanks to your Ihonor for
thle courtesy shownm us- aund valuable
Ahssistance rendlered uls, In the p)erfor
mianice of our1 duties.
T. WV. 'Wonwam>,
C Ait, 01. TIIH AK.
To myl comrades in arms and the
citizenis gen~e1ally an~d tile ladies es
.peially, who contributed so generous
ly to aid me Ill puireliasig anl artificial
log, withlout wiich I would Ihave bcu~
a burthen to my family, I desire to re
turnl my grateful thianks, and also as
sure them that they have tile gratitude
of a family depenldent upon me for a
supp)ort. To Mr. J.' G. H~erron, whio
gave is time to visiting, the people
Ill my behalf,1I ddsh'e to' extend more
than a passing notice. Mr. Herrol1
wvorked faithiflily tIll 110 succeded iln
raisin~g sufficient fuluds to pay for thec
leg. The money was senit to Mr. B.
Matthews, manuufacturer' of artificial
limbs, Lotisville, Ky., who sent. me a
hlandsomie anid usefuil I0g wvhich fits
wvell, and upon1 which I can travel witth
ease anldcomfort. "I
Salem, June 3, 1879.
fl 11Ei undlersignpa would respectfully
inform the phblic that ho0' hat
opened a Shaving and JJ'aWeutting Srt
loon in~ the roon' t~o'.d'6his noth of tir. J
D. MoUarley's, where be will takoepleasura
In serving all who may favor' him *Ith a
call. Everything in the .tonsorial li
done in the best st~yle.
may 8 - k. McLURXE.
MBS8. M. W' SROWN.
rraTH Hotel, .sIttato4 .IA the iontreo t
Ithe town, offers anid guarantees to thi
public inducementA ftgepap.sod by a;
other' I bose In, the .places table 'au
p ug O-t
The DE8T, LATEST IMPROVED,
aid nmost THOROUCGHLY comAtructed
SEWINO NIC L Cver inventeI. All
the wearitig pl'iat* rio ale. et.r the DC',T
STEEL, CARzFrU[lLLY TEMPCRA;D
nmil ame ADJUSTAE LX.
I1 imt Ulo Awr~r w T1|NH-' roy; I
ImR the jAl itm Jorii flixAt Im4 hlm,
Easiest Throacied Ghuttlo.
The DOBDIN1 i1-0 WOUND wiLiut
lIUNNING or UNTIIREADING the
It Im:to ii S.F-sETTING NEIME; it
hm ssa DJ AL fol I-egidihetilig th lensgt i rf st i tch
W ITHUOU TESTING; JL Imm t 1.All(.
SP1ACEi tdetr hlie rim; It Ws NOISELIKs,
zmid Mm lmroc polmmhs (of I ELLENCE ti.tu
allI othmer mmtlihies commiuxcd.
.O4-Agoits wmted In localitios
Whoro wo aro not. represented.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
L A D s '
E RESPECTFULLY call tho
attention of teho ladies to onr
largo assortment of Fancy Goods.
TIES I TIES !! TIES!!!
White Laceo Tics, Black Laco Ties,
Colored Lace Ties, Silk Ties, and, in
fact, Ties4 of all kinds.
A beautiful assortnenf of Bows
in ail colors and sihades. Silk
Handkerchiefs in great variet.y.
Gloves ! Gloves ! ! Gloves! ! ! Call
and look at them.
White and Colored Haniburgs,
Frillings, Laces, Linen Dress Trim
mings, and lots of other Trimmings.
Torchou Latcs-a good assortmnen t
of them.- We offer to the ladies
E'XTRA INDUCEMENTS in these
goods. Mc~MASTER & PRICE.
PURE1 Sweet Mash N. C. Corn
I. Whiskey for .. lo low for cash at
F. W. HADENIOUT's, ficar of Market.
FRESH GOODS !
-GONSISTING IN 1'ARToF
24 bbis. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Chieese,
*2 b)oxes best Italian iMaccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grrades,
14 sacks of Coffec-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
B3AGGIN1G AND TIES.
LARD in bble., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Iled Rust Proof Oats, Seed
R1yo and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
WVino and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Carrants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes,.Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN.
~1OR hecelebrated Matthews
1868 Old Cabinet Rye, call at F.
W. HaI1narIrrL's, Rear of Market
A. PENNY SAVED
IS A PENNY GAINED.
You can save money by calling at the
Grocery 8tore of W. iI.bONLY.
Just opened a nico lot of Sugar Cured
Canvassed llams at pricen to suit
the thme timies. Also a select stock Coffees
and Sngars. Arbudoklo's Ungrottnd Roeat..
ed Coffee a speohmlt. All the favorite
brands of Attgusta F out, Boalted Meal and
Pear) Grits. Canned Goods of all de
soripitions, Chewing and Smioking Tobac.
co, igars from the highest to the cheap.
cst' brands, hoots .and Shoes at low
figures. Ladles' fine cloth Gaiters, all
sizes, lower than the lo West. Cholce
WVines and Liquors, Porter, Boor And Ale.
Fresh~ Sparkling Older, Older Vinegar
*attd Lotaons. Give me a call. I wviii
not be tndersold.1 W. H. DONLY.
Ole le of arei Lag~ei
l b r ..cal
FOR DESIG N AND WORKIMANSHlIP UNEQUALED.
EVERTHING WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
-PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
A new supply of Windc
Shades, Picture Frames, Pi
tures, Wall Pockets, Bracke
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Ma
tresses, and Childron Ca
For prices, call at the firs
A. b -class
~B'U.1ITT .E STOR E
Before making your purchases elsewhero.
LUMBER AT PRICES TO SUIT TiIE TIMES.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE AT MODERATE PRICE
ALSO PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER.
I keep on hand a full supply of Motalic and Rosowood Cases ai
Coffins of the finest finish. Also, a cheap stock of Coffins.
c. W. PHILLIPS.
DR INK AIOSMACFEE
0 THIRDu ARRIVAL OF
NEW GOODS TfH[S SPRING.
ALL WCOL Buntirgs in Black and Colors. Black Crepe, Al
pacas, Cashmcro0s and Lawns. Linen Suitings in Stripes and Plain
Colors. A largo assortmont of Whito Goods, such as Jaconets,
Swiss, Victoria Lawn, Piquos and Cambries. A fall line of Linen
Drills and Cottonades. Also, Cassimeros, Bleaclied and Brown
1Shirting and Shooting, Plain and Figured Lawns, Camubrics and
O CALICOES I CALICOES!! CALICOEM! !?
-CALL AND SEE
1 A niec lino of Hats in Straw, Wool and Felt.
r4Our Shoo Stock is fuller than over, which fact speaks for itself.
Clothing in groat variety, and a full and complete stock of
; No baits thrown out to catch the unwary. All Goods sold at a
.P. S.-A largo addition to our Notion Dopartment will arrivo in
few days. F. ELDER & CO.
- DIIINKi ARIOSA COFFEE.
ONLY SEWING MACII
- It has Sclf-Setting Needic.
Never IDreaks the Thread
~ Never Skips tliches,
~i 't -la the Lilghtest Runai
A Now anid timplIle Devi
Winding the Dobbi
Wthes v "n r ie Puirp
the iple, tiost~un tiral
amnd in overy respoot the
BEST FAMILY SEWiNG MACHINE
The "NEW AMERICAN" is eaily learned, does not ;at out df ordar, and wilt do more w:2
withi less labor than any other snachine. Illustrated Clrcular furnished on app!!cation.
'' 'DIVEY. Ma'--~. . 4.l Charloms Etroot, Dat.nzoro, IA'.
3. . BOAG, Agent for Fairfield.
PRE~cA VALUABLE INVENTID?
Wit STHESWORLD REWNI
In workmanship is equal to a Chronomneter Watch, ai
as olegantly finished as a first-class Plano, It receive
the highost awards at the Vienna and Centennhil Exp
sitions. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FA$'TER thani oth
machines. its capacity is unlimited. There are m#
WILSON MACHI NES sold in the- United .States .thi
the combined sales of all the others. The WiI.SC
MENDUNO AT TA CHMENT for doing all kinds of repairin
WITHOUT PATCHINC, given FRE Ewi th each machin
aud WIL SON SEWING MACHINE CI
MORRIS HOUSEe CORN AND HA3
T THE MORRUIS HloUSE you cani UST~ lteooled-a the old stand of
cJIt obertsoh--80,000 pounds Tir
got transient or regular board a prices to thy and Olover flay. .Two .Cat Loi
suit the imes, with accommodations not
surpassed in Winnsboro. OR CIARtOLINA 00%t.
A. A. MORRUIS~
mnoh 26 Proprietor.
rgIlIE 1IILLIONAIR1 ~ 1 o which will be ad~d very Qe ap
r, Hf. O'Brian, of- San Frniso Cal.,
says: "Hebrald Cotmpound is the best mb2
eament for broken wares I 4ver saw.. I me 9 D'MoOALT
have artioce mended with it that stand as
onod as before they were. broken." - ol 1fhD lod1bM Ar$4 '0[o#i
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may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
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ternal complaint; by tiese means, cures
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id contracted or stiff'joints, gout, rhounma
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IMPOR'T'NT CAUTION.-Nono nre genuine un
less the sInuatire of -J. 1AvoOCK. as agent for
the Iritte si.3irroutids eacil box of Pills
and Ci tinent. boxes at mcontf, 02 conts, and
2' T'lere is considerable saving by taking
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tine given for payment.,
Spcoial reduction given to Churches
Sehools and Pastors. Agents .waunton
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Southern: trado a Soutllern...W gluale
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fl Ga., from which 'Dealers, Churches,
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