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TOWN AND COUNTY,
THURMSDAY, October 2, t a 1879.
Tiamns or TImI, NEWs AN) HE1tALD.
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Winnsboro Publishing Company,
Winnsboro, S. C.
RAILROAD Soininu-:s.-The follow
ing is the present.schedule of arrivals
on the ). C. & A. Railroad, upon the
basis of Washington time, which is
sixteen minutes faster than Wiminsboro
DAY PASSENGEt-GOING NoRTiH.
Columbia, 10.48, n. in.; Blythewood,
11.38; Ridgeway,- 11.57; Simpson's,
12.12, p. in.; Winnsboro, 12.28; Ad
ger's, 12.42; White Oak, 12.50; Wood
ward's, 1.02; Blackstock, 1.08; Ches
ter, 1.38; Charlotte, 4, p. m.
NIGHT PASSENUER--GOING SOUTH.
Chester, 2.41, a. im.; Cornwall's,
8.05; Blackstock, 3.16; Woodward's,
3.22; White Oak, 3.35; Adger's 3.44;
Winnsboro, 3.57; Sinipson's, 4.13;
Ridgeway, 4.30; Blythewood, .18;
Columbia, 5.37; Augusta, 9.45, a. n.
-These trains stop only at the 1fo
lowing stations between C0harlotte and
Columbia: Fort Mills, Rock Hill. Ches
ter, Winnsboro, lidgeway, Blythe
wood. Other stations are recogiized
as "flag stotions."
FREIGIIT TRAIN-GOING NOTII.
Columlbia, 5.30, a. in.; Blythewood,
6.45;. lidgeway, 7.20; Wintsboro,
8.30; Woodward's, 9.50; Cornwall's
10.25; 'Jhester, 11.05; Charlotte, 3.45,
p. Im. -
FREIGIIT TRAIN-GOING SOUTIh.
Chester, 9'05, a. n.; Cornwall's,
10.25; B3lackstock. 10.45; Woodwar-d's,
11; Winnsboro, 12.15, p. n. ; Ridge
way, 1.30; Blythewood, 2.15; Colum
-Tliesc freight trains have a coach
attached and run daily, Sundays cx
Fairfield Fire Engine Company-J.
E. McDonald, Secretary.
Notice to Trespassrs-D. It. Flen
PERsoN.i.-Louis LeConte, Esq.,
a'lealding lawyer of Columbia, was in
Wim-boro on Wednesday, attending
to pi oessional busiuess.
A bale of cotton weighing seven
hundred -and thirty ponads was
bought on> Wedinesda~y by Messrs.
Stewart & Robertson. Query: 1s
this bale a ''heavy article" or an ''arti
cle of mneasuremnent"?
Messrs. Conner & Chandlcr arc now
*receiving their new stock of jewelry,
- silverware, etc., which wvill be found
* well assorted, and selected with great
care. These gentlenmen have had
long experien ce in all dlepartmendits of
their butsiness, anid will not, fai to
please their-customers. We hope they
will- enjoy a good trade. Thieir new
advertisement wvill appjear in Saturi
The many friends of the Rev. J. M.
Todd, the former pastor of the Associ
-ate Reformed. Presbyterian Church at
this place, will be gratifled to learn t hat
his health has beeni much improved by
his regent rest and travel. le is so
much stronger that it is his purpose to
* ~suppily the pulpit of his formier charg~e
during the coining winter. We trust
that his health may continue to im
prove, and~ that he1 may soon be able to
enter again fully upon the duties of
1h1s high calling.
Mr. J. 0. Boag has recently remod
eled his store, and it is greatly improv
ed in appearance. His fall stock re
cently received, wvill be found both1
full and varied. Mrs. Boag having
just returned from tihe Northern mar
kets, wvhere she purchased a full stock
of millinery and ladles' goods in gener
al, the ladies will do well to give her a
call. She has procured the services of
Miss Edney, a milliner of skill andl ex
perience, and is thus prepared to get
up in the best style everything in the
A LUNATIC COMMITTED.-We had
- another case of lunacy yesterday in the
person of Jennie Giover, colored, from
tihe Salem nighborhood. She has
shown symptoms of insanlity for some
* ~ months, has threatened the lives of her
husband and children irequently, giv
ing as her reason that she wanted to
send thoem on to Heaven, as she expect
ed to follow very soon. On one occa
sion she carried a pair of scissors conl
cealed on her person, at another time
a fork, and when discovered with them
said she intended to take the life of her
husbAnd with them. On last Satur
day she throwv down her :little boy
three years old, and sitting astride his
back, struck him eight times on the
head with a stone weighing about
three pounds, from the efets of which
blows the child Is not likely to recover.
Jeunie was brought .to town Tuesday,
and after an examination by Drs. T.
T. Robertson and 1i. W, Aikenm, was1
* adjudged a luanetie; whereupop the
Judge of Probate had her sent to the
Asylum in Columbia for care and
trotmtrent. She is th0 seventh subject
fron-this county the. pr~esent rear:
* * T. tee'~ whites, males; four colored-o-no
als. :-~1~O three females,
JA 11ANE'SE PERSIMMON8.
home Recollections of this Pecullar Fruit
)low It nmy be Ialsed in the Houthern
.M.essr8. Editors: I have ascertain
ed by successful experiment that both
varieties of the .Japanese Pe'rhinmon
do admirably when grafted on our
common stock. At all events I have a
h)alf dozen plants growing beautifully,
which I budded only seven weeks ago;
and its they are said to istand our winl
ter well, 1 suppose there will be no
Ilirther trouble with them. This Ilict
should be particularly interesting to
people living in the counitry, where
well-rooted young persimmon trees
ire continually cut down, and throw
out. vigorous and rapidly scions, which
when grafted would probably make
fruit-bearing trees in three or four
years; and its importance may be esti
mated from the fact that the nursery
men1 propose to import the plants from1
Japan, mid charge for then at the rate
of two dollars apiece-plants which, if
of as slow a growth as our persimion,
may be eight or ten years in bearing
their first crop.
I have never seen tile fruit, and I
beli've io trees inl the United States
have yet reached the fruit-bearing age,
but I read a good del about them
when I lived in the tropics, and from
the descript ions 'ivel of the two class
es, the seeded and the seedless, I
concluded that like Its not they were
two varieties of tropical fruits accli
mated ill China and Japan. So I im
agined from their apparent similarity
to some1 of the choicest of the tropical
fruits, members of a iarg'e family
which I think undoubtedly blong to
thepersimmon order. It Ivas thisitt,
and tle belief I then and cvcr since
have chorisheed, that sone of them
might succeed here it griafted oin our
persimm1nlonl stocks, which led me to
mak1e the experiment which hias issued
Mall of y'our readers 110 doubt re
gard the persimmon as fit. oiil for
pigs and oossuills, and huve probably
collcived a like estimate of tile .Jpalli
ese fruit to whmichl tie sa110 in zilglish
name has been applied. To remove so
filse and injurious ti opinion, you
wvill perillit me10 to s1ay, that: as well as
my memory serves mi1e (misled to some
Lxtent perliaps by the familiar tropical
fruits with whieli I associated the two
varieties) the seedless was said to be a
rough, greenl-skiied fruit as big as a
mal's two fst, 0. a sofl, w .ite, pulpy
meat, which is eaten out of' tihe skin
with a spoon. The other, of a russet
skin, with a firm, salmon-colored meat,
as big as a large apple, and like apples
keeping quite through the winter. I
have scel 110 account of them ill live
Or siX years, aid cianntiot trust i1111)licit
ly to imy memory ; but they were said to
be superb fruits, as large as a score or
mnore of our persillinons, and that
they would prove a most valuable ac
quisition to us. Every farmer ouglt
to be acquainted with the beautiiful inid
simple art of budding and grat'ing,
which a brisk and selsible lad can
learn ill a11 half hour; anld the import
ane is indefilnitelv eIhacliedI if it on
ables its possessor to convert old field
persinimon trees ito new v .arietics,
whose products can even remotely be
associated wit h the choicest of tropical
fruits. Your's trully,
II. B. PnA'rTT.
Winnsboro, S. C., Sept. 29, 1879.
R1EMAIIKAnit Co~"rON Cnuois.-The
niewspaper's are. catlling attenltion to the
woniderful success of M1r. J. J. Crumap,
wihose farm is niear Aber'deen, Mliss.
li has111 adloptedl a new proce0ss ill cot
ton p)lanit.inig, and1( tile renmarkable re
suits whlich have followed his cxperi
mienits ar'e aittraciting the niotice of
lan~lters. In 1877 Mr. Crump pro
du~cedI 1,310 pounlds (It ginnied coitton
to the acre, 1,000 pounds iln 1878; and
the p~rospetts thlis season1 poinlt to the
heaviest yield lie has1 ever obt ained.
Th'le A berdeen (Miss.) Ettxanm iner gives
the prlocss. Mr'. Crumnp ,prepar'es his
land ill December by dipging holes
thriee feet f'rom each othaer, cighteent
deepi ; thetse holes lhe fills with manurell'
to wit~lhin four ines of tile tolp, andt
the r'emlainder' of' the way with tihe telp
soil. At the usua11 5(soso lie planit
with a view to havinlg tihree stalks to a
hlill, and( p~iles tihe clay3 fromt tihe bottomr
of' the p)il 11as deep) over' thieir 101)s as
the supply13 will adhmit of, wiith aL viewV
to keeping down tile grass, and1( then
cultivtes wvith hand anmd hoc, nlee
allowing a plough to be used. The
preCpara'tioni is miade in December', ini
or'der' to subd(lue the fiery qualities oi
the fertilizer, and tile holes when pre.
p~ared will make at least three cropi
without chanlging thleir contents-the
second crop genlerally binlg tile blest
and the first an~d third about thle same.
This plan has gone beyond the sphere of
experI'imen1t, and there is no0 longei
necessity for a man to scrape over a
dozen acres when he can obtain mort
cotton anld bettor cotton by cultivatinf
twooer three by Mr. Crumnp's process
Tru GREAT WA LKING MATCI.--Th(
lonig distance walking match begun ii
Newv York at one o'clock on Monidal
mnorning, ended at eleven on Saturda
night. The score stood as follows:
Rlowell, Englishman, 530 miles; Mer.
ritt, American, letter carrier, 51f
miles ; 1Hazael Enolishmnan, 600 mliles:
IHart, coloreA, linytien, 482 miles
Guyon, American, 471 miles: Weston
American, 463 miles' Ennis, Irishman
460 miles; Khrono, ~Prussiani, ex-sol
dier', 460 nilles; Taylor, champion. pic
eater of New England, 260 mIles
R~owell won the belt and $20,000 dol.
lars in New York last spring, Ennis
being second and making $12,000,
Weston subsequently won the belt I
England (Rowell being unable nt'oim
an accident to compete) by the un1
p recedented score of 650 miles. He
barely saved his distance on this ocery
sioni. About $80,000 was taken imn
of which about *60,000 will be giveni
the walkers, Rowell receiving hialf,
and the rest being divided among the
others who made 450 miles, in popor
tion to the distance respectively trvel
ed. Taylor gets nothing for hispains.
'Rowell Is not over five and a half feel
high, bu thas niost powerthd legs. is
thighs were comp~ared by a reporter to
Water-melonas, so romnid were they.
Between a quarter and a half mIlloi
dollars were bet on the race, the odds
being heavily in favor of- Rowell
against the held,
-A correspondent writing to the
Glasgow lfcerald on "the way in which
work from women is -paid- by some
firms i' Glasgow," says! "A shirn
contains about sicty yards of mkhhne
stitching and thirty vat'de of basting~
and for this work id. Is pi.Alad
in thIs 6ity wvorked for .6d., wo'king
on an &erna f five hom a ay.
A Crx'riim''s DxAnrJx ('r..ws.
Several Alexicanis were inl e Itt Ohaw
mouth of Memnphis Creek, Utal Terri
tory, and were lying about tho fire,
wheii one of them, TeleAforo Crucas
saw a large centipede, fully nine inch.
C8 long, travelingi slowIly o*ver his lew.
Jnoving 11ha1t. the least. motion wouiid
miake it sitik its deadly claws into his
skin, witlhont. Iovil his Ie' he got
out, his revolver, and waitedl until the
beast. had almost, reached his knee
when slowly putt ing lie mouth of tihe
pistol to to its head, he pulled, and the
ceiiipede was ronle. But a cenltipede's
Claws Are(, qu11ier thanl pow'der, amd
Crucas began to cramp in a fw mlin
utes, the track ol'the reptile along hiE
leg ti urned t bronI ish yellow, and the
ph1Iec' hie re it was killel swelled up1
frightfilly. Cruas rapidly grew
worse, and in ia little over foiur hours
afterwards he died in great agony.
But the ltlost. singttlar part of the
story is that the bullet from Criuas
pistol eut a small nlick in the foreleg of
a mule that was te lored near by, all
at laiilit, nlext miosmliniig the mule vWas
also dead, with its leg so swolenl that
the skin had burst in several places.
F. F. E. COIPANY.
3 HE regular monthly meeting of the
.Falirfield Firn Engtine Comp)any will
behold InI the Town ill oil Friday evon.
ing, 3rd inst., at 7 o'clock.
J. E. McDONALD,
NOTICE TO Ti ESPASSERS.
A.;1 rsons are hereby notified not to
11hunt on the place known as the
"Copes Place." A ny one so doing will
be conidered a trespasser, and will be
dealt with according to law.
oct 2-ft D. Rt. FLENNIKEN.
PAssiNmEi DP''T , C. C. & A. R. I.,
CoxxauMrA, S. C., Sept. 13, 1879.
T11HS Company desiring to accommo
. date the publi3 along it line, will
on and after this (ato sell ROUND TRIP
TICKETS from its local stations to th o
Court House or nearest station thoroto
during the sitting of tile Court and on
salo days of the county in which the sta
tion is situated. These tickets will be
good for one day only. On Saturday of each
week round trip tickets, good to return
on the following Monday, will be sold
from all local stations to Augusta, Char
lotte and Columbia for one fare for the
round trip. Tho above mentioned tick
ets will not be extended under any air
cumstances. Nor will they be transfera
blo. D. CARDWELL,
J. R. MacNmuno, Asst. G. P. A.
Genl. Passr. Agt.
j U S T
A RRIV E D
At the Winnsboro Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods and Millinery Bazaar
a second lot of new, cheap and ele
gant goods. Millinery and Fancy
Goods in all the latest styles and
novelties of the season. Mrs. Bong,
having a first-class milliner to assist
her in this Department, is fully prne..
pared to please the most fastidious,
and~ will take pleasure in doing so.
A beautiful lino of Silk and Cotton
Parasols ; Corsets, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' Jabots and Ties01 or Scarfs .
Dress Goods, Iutings, Poplins,
Silks, Buttons. FLringes, TIrim mings
--in fact a full atock of such goods~
as are nanally found in a first-class
Millinery, Dry Goods and Fanc~
A beautiful line of ladies' an<1
Children's Slippers, Gaiters and
Shoes ; also, a nice assortment oi
A full and fresh stock of Fanihi
Groceries : Bacon, Meal, Fluor
Corn, Sugars, Coffees, Soap:
.Tn short, you can find all . you wan
at J. 0. BOAG'S, and as cheap al
the same goods can be bought any
where. Don't forget to call. N<
trouble to show gooda.
J. 0. B3OAG.
Sixteen new and first--clauss Sewin,
Machines to be in store in a day o:
so. The New and Improved Verti
cal Feed Davis, XX. P. F. ; also, thi
New and Improved American, rang
ing in price iron $20 upwardt
These Machines are from the facto
ries of good, responsible companlies
and are warranted to be jnst al
J. 0. BOAG,
Agent for Fairfild County.
'HEi books for the oollection of tow
Itaxes for the year ending April Ist
1880, will be op en from the lst dlay c
October to the J at day of December, 1 879
The rate is '2j mills on all real estate an<
persoal popert, an street tax o:
malecitmonsbeteenthe ages of 16 an<~
55. E~xeutions will issue against dolln
quents on the first (lay of December, 1879
My of'ioo is at the store of Messrs. F
Elder & Co. E. 8. CH ANDLER,
sept )8-ftif Clerk and Treasurer.
$1500~J'Jn yur*ai y Not* rik.
men dto as well as men. Many make muori
than the amount stated above. No one can fal
to make money fast. Any one can do the work
You eann make from 50 ot, to 29 an hour by de
voting your evenings and spare t~me to thi
business. Niing lIke it for money makin,
evot' offered bfore. Business pleasant ani
strictly honaorable. Reader, if you want te
knowv all about the best paying businese before
the publio. send us your address and we wl
send you full parttculars' and 'private termi
free; samples Worth ~5also free; you can the]
'tDRE Ryo Whiskoy, Ale, Porter and
.LSoda Water f~r sald
NEW YORK WEEKLY IIERLD.
ONE DOLLA It A VEAl.
Tie circulation of this popular newspa.
per b. s moro than trebled during the
past year. It contains all the loading
n.3ws coitainod ink tile Daily Hem al,1, and
is arranged in handy departionts. The
embraces special dispatcIhes from all
quarterr of tle globe. Under the head of
AM ERICAN NEw8
are given tlo telegrapthie despatches of
the week froni all part of the Union. I'his
feature alone makes TIH' E WI EKA Y
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the werld. as it is :the cheapest. Every
week is given a faithful report of
embracing coiip'ete and comprehensivo
despatches from Washington, including
full reports of the speeches of eminent
politicians oil the questions of the hour.
T1HE FARM DEPAtTMENT
of Uio Weekly Herald gives the latest as
well as the Imlost piatical fi'ggestions and
discoveries relatipg to the duties of the
farmer, hints for raising cattle, ploultry,
grains, trees. vegetables &c., &o., with
suggestions for keepiti buildings and
farning utensils in repair. This is sup
plenented by a well-edited departnent,
widely copied, under the head of TIlE
HOME, giving reci pes for lractical dish
es, hints for Iaking clothing and for
keeping uip with the latest fashions at the
lowest prico. Every item of cooking or
ceonony suggestod in this deprtment is
practically tested by exports beforo puh
lication. Letters from our Paris and
London correspondents on the very
iatest fashion,. The 11o 'mo Department
of the Weekly Ierald Awillsave the house
wife moro than one hundred times the
price of the maper. The interests of
skilled labor are looked after, and every
thing relating to mechanics and labor
saving is carefully recorded. There is a
page devoted to all the latest phases of the
business markets, crops, merchandise,
'&c, &o. A valuable featuro is found in
the specially reported prices and condi
tions of the prod uce inarket.
Sporting news at homo and abroad
together with a Story every wek, a Ser
moin by some eninent divino, Literary,
Musical, Dramatic, Personal and Sea
Notes. There is no paper in the world
which contains so imuch news matter
every week as tho Weekly Herald, which
is sent, postago free, for One Dollar. You
can subscribo at any time.
THE NEW YORK HERALD IN A WlEEK
LY FORM,O0NE DOLLAR A YEAR.
Broadway and Ann stret, New York.
ARRIVING E VERY DAY.
. M. BEATY has just returned
from New York, and we are now re
ceiving a stock of Dry Goods and
Notions, Clothing and Hats, Boots
and Shoos, Groceries, &c., which
was carefully selected, and bought
LOWEST (lASH PRICES.
We ask, not only our oustomiers, but
the wvholo community, to call and
examine our goods.
J. M. B3EATY & C0.
0~TA.RD & Co.'s Fr-ench Brandy,
JJamaica Rm, Holland Gin, Gin
ger Br-andy Blackbery Bi-andly P each
and Apple Br-andy, N. E. Rumn,
Sweet Cider, Pure Ju ice Port WVine,
ICatawba Winc, Chierry Brandy,
Domestic Gins. The very best
brands of Cigars, Chewving and
Blaclgwel l's celebrated . Smoking
Tobacco,- and a very superior Fine
Pale Ta ble Sher-ry, at F. W. HABE
NICHT's, Bear of Towvn Hall.
FRESH GOODS !
L -CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bbls. Molasseb-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bble. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets.
* Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choico Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
- Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wino and Qider Vinegar,
f Chewing To
Raisins, Currturts and Citron.
. Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
-Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whi'h will be sold cheap for
nov 9 -D. R.. - LENNIKEN.
A month araitted. '$9 I aya
home ma e by the industrious.
Spalntrurd' wllstart you. e
B wmen, boys and gi mk mny ate
*t ko'r de than at n else. The work
is o tadpesn, a h as anyone can
this noue wu send tatte~ adressesa once
* and see o themsolves. Costly outit andi terms
Le.6w isthe tinte, 1i050 a r-jdy at, work
o.i~yb p larg a. o ady, Addret4
WE TAKE this opportunity of il
Grooschel is now in th Northern
CHOICE stock of fall and winter goc
While others may attempt to HUM
parade, WE CONFINE OURSELVE
pose to give our patrons the benefit
WE DO NOT SELL ONE ARTICLI
EXTRA PROFIT ON ANOTHER.
all our goods, and guarantee FAIR I
us with thoir custom.
Our rogular advertisoment with pri<
will savo money by studying it.
Mr. A. W. Brown is still with us, an
1879., FALL 0]
ro the People of Fairfleld and Adjoining
I TAKE pleasure in stating that I hav
'y, having moved into the large and con
ndd Bros. I am now prepared to oil
BOOTS and SiHOES, HATS and CAPS
ind also a fine line of Tobacco and Ciga
3ver been sold in Winnsboro.
Having a varied experience and unlim
ror cash only, I defy competition.
To ftriners buying largely, I will sell ;
New York cost. I don't add ten per coc
Letitors. My discounts more thai pay P
Look out for my price list about the 1
voods purchased south of Baltimore.
Wlien you visit Winnsboro don't bu;
iTORE, and examine my stock and be c
T HIE undersigned would call especial
attention to their niewly-received
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
These goods have been selocted wit~h
special referenco to thme wvanta of this
market, and. will be sold at
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
The stock consists of too many articles to
be enumerated in enadlvertisemnent An
examination can alone atisfy purchasers.
A call from purchasers is respectfully
P. LiINHEI EII & B1t0.,
Congress street, one door south of Morris'
Hotel, Winnsboro, 8. 0.
sept 30-xt tf
A choice lot of Sugar-Cured
Hams, a choice iot of IBreakfast
Strips, Fresh Cheese and Crackers,
Fresh Cakes and Candies, Fresh
Canned Goods of all descriptions,
Frcsh Potted Meats of all kinds,
Fresh Pickles, Jollies, &c., LOW
FOR CASHI. W. H. DONLY,
sept 80 On the Corner.
QMOKING and Chewing Tobacco, and
k) Cigars of the finest brands, can be
had at J. D. McCARLEY'S.
ROBERTSON, TAYLOR & 00.,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers andi
General Commission Merchant
1 & 3 HJAYNE STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
Will give all business their most careful
tttenticau. Consignments of ootton so
iforming our customors that Mfr.
markets purchasing a LARGE and
BUG the public by a great show and
S TO SOLID FACTS, and we pro
:f all bargains that we oursolves got.
BELOW COST AND MAKE AN
We chargo a roasonablo profit on
EALING TO ALL who may favor
o. list will appear soon, and buyers
I promises groat bargains to all, his
ER & GROESCHEL.
c cnlarged my business very extcnsive
modious store formerly occilpied by
er you DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
, CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
es at ten pcr Cent. less thani they have
ted capital, and buying from first hands
kny goods in stock at ten per cent. above
Lt. for exponses, liko some of my com
it of October. I can duplicato ainy
before calling at the AUGUSTA
J. L. MIINAUGU, Proprietor.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Fo ' Fever m A InFerDuntbFoyer,
Poriodical or Bilious Fever &o.,and indood
all the afrections whioh ariso n'om nmalari
cue, marsh, 0or miasmatrio poisons.
This is a compound remedy, prepared with
scientific skill from vegetable ingreiants, which
rarely falils to cure the sererest cases of Chill
and Faorr and the concomitant disorders. Such
a remedy the neceiG-:. of the people in manla
rious districts demand. 1t8 greatsupeiority
over any other medicine yet discovered for thre
cure of Intermnittents is, that it contains no qul.
nine or mineral, aind those who take It are free
from danger of quinismi or any injurious effects,
and aro as healthy aifter using It as before. It
has been extensively employed during the last
thirty years in tho treatnment of thoso distressing
disorders,and so unvarying has been its sucess
that it has gained theoreputation of being inad.
liblo. It can, therefore, be safely recommended
as a sure remedy and specific for the Forer and
Ague or the west, and the Chills and Fewer of
the South. It counteracts the miasmatic poison
in the blood, mnd frees the system from its influ
ence, so that fever and aigue, shakes or chills,
once broken up by it, do not return until the
disease is again contracted.
The great variety of' disorders which arise rm
the irritation ofthis poison, such as Neuralgia,
Rtheumatismn, Glout, Headache, illindness,
Toothaehe, Eracnhe, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal..
pitation, splenio Affections, Hysterics, Pain
in the Ilowels, Colic, Paralysis, and derange.
of the stomach, all cf which become intermit
tent or periodical, have no speedier remedy than
A vnn's Aoua CUREa, which cures them ali alike,
and protects the system from atturo attacks. As
a preventive, it is of immense service in these
communities wvhero Fever and Agueo prevails, as
It stays the development of the disease If taken
on thq first approach of the premonItory symp.
toms. Travellers and temporary residents are
thus enabled to dery these disorders, and few
iil ever suiffer if they avail themselves of thre
protection this remedy aiffords.
For Liver Comiplainits, arising from torpidity,
it is an excellent remedy; iIt stimulates tis organ
into healthy activity, and produces many remark.
able cures wvhcro other medicines fkii.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemista,
LO WJLL, MAsa,
DRESS GOODS I
W E would respectfully invite an
inspection of our Stock of
Dress Goods by the ladies of Winns
boro and vicinity. Our stock con
sists of Iron-frame Grenadines, All
Wool Buntings, Lace Bunting,
Dentelles, Belge, Linen Lawn,
Pacific Lawn, Corded Jaconets,
Corded Piques, Suitings, &o., &c.
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORT~MENT
of Brown Linen Dross Goods, witi
Laces for Trimming. Our Stock Ir
all other lines is full and complete
A new lot of White and Colored
Trimmings, just opened. Second
lot of Casshmeres from Oharlottes
ville mills oponed a few days since
A lot of Fans, Parasols and Mosqui
to Netting just in.
McMA8TER~& BBI1 2
Southern .ulvIrlasers 41 I iatihl Ori
ganls. Musleal Publicatons and
sniall Musleal IistIrume0nts
who are %live to fl, Mr
own Interest 'Will
buy frol the.,
lSTIUNI~IDEUP GF THE SUT
LUDDEN & BATES'
AUGUSTA, 0A. IATLANTA, GA.
Geo. 0. Robinson & Co. o. L. Draurmuller & Co,
CiARILESTON, S. U. CHA11LO TE N. C.
U. L. MClenaihai & Co. M,%enlth Musfo hlouse.
JACKSONVILLE, PLA. PENSACOLA, FLA.
A. Campbell. i Brown Brothers.
Savannah, Ga 19 the (rand Musical Centre of a
Solid MusalI Souti, and from this Central
Distributing Depot, with its chain of
BrancMlinlusic lHouses, all under
0110 management, and having
un -form Prices and Terms,
are drawn the musical
supplies of tile South.
A M--AGNIFICENT SUCCESS
Pianos and LOrgans
The only sale of the kind evor successfull
carried out in tho U. 9. Five thousand stand.
ard instruments at Factory Rates for Cash, or
oil Etsy Ternis.
Tlen of the leading Manuract,rers of the U. S.
have givenit us exclsive contr l of their instru
Ients in t he South, and ut horl7,d 1i t' neo
(Or Intlictio an1 11d Advertisemeit On-. Theuw.
id of their baest instrumnipts I . ini r Fe Ztat ro
"'.ItlPerIn 1ouseholds at Factory A h010 LO
bi!,J Am, .1 ~.. S.
PIANOS T Oct. line RosewvoodCarved $125
Lt-gs. Six Years Guarantee.
PIANOS Oct. 1111e unsewood, Cary-$155
te Legs. Six Year-i Guaran.
PIANOS 7,14 Oct. Square Grand, Su- $257
Lrb Case, With Stool and
Alt guaranteed instruments. Maker's namo
Onl each. Fifteen Days''rial if wanted, we pay
IWle freight if 110 s-.e: A trial costs nothing it
instrument don't suit. Dgn't hesitato to order
MASON AND HAMLIN ORGANS.
MASON & HMA LIN
Church and Parlor
Organs. Not Lowest
Priccd and Dearest
but Highest Priced,
Best and CheApost.
0 Stops, only AR4. 10
Stops, only $115. V% Ith
Mirror Top, only $100.
Pelottbet & Polton
Organs, a Stops, 0111
%5. 10 Stops. with
ol chimes, only $100.
Send for Intronuation Sale oircular giving
prices a nd full information.
The magnlicent Chiekering, Hallet & Davis
W~eber, Maithusheek, Southern Gem, Dixio an4
Favorite Pianos, Miason & Hiamlin, Peloubt &
P'elton and Sterling orans all included in thia
s'ie. A cl-en sweep. No reservo. All ne0w In
struiments or lat est style. Fresh from Factor~y.
Largest selection of stand trd instruments over
ol~ered by any Houso.
nIMe O RTANw il elvrT. Piano or #'en
an rga, w wll elierfreIght paid to any
it. RI. point ini the South.
LUDDEN & BATES.
1879. 'FALL 1879.
WE WILL NOT as UNDERSOLD:t
WE have just received a large
and well assorted stock of Dry.
Goods of all kinds, Notions, Ho..
siery, Fancy Goods, 'etc., Cassi..
mores, Jeans, Kerseys, Tweeds and
Satinets. Boots and Bhoes of all
kinds and at bottom prices.
SPECIAL ATTENTION !
We ask an inspection of our ele,
gant assortment of Olothing. You
you will be repaid for the trouble.
SHAWLS ! SHAWLS! I
Our steak of Shawls is complete inh
HATS! HATS!! HIATSf!!
from 25 cents to $5.00.
Flannels, White and Colored. We
can't begin to enumerate all. Call
and be convinced. You will save
money .by giving us a call before
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
SMITH'S WORM OIL
large warn Ati i B
bassedB8f0r s o