Newspaper Page Text
TOWN AND COUNTY.
THUIRSDAY Novemuber 20, : : : 1870.
Ti-nMS OF Tiun NiWS AND IILn ALD.
-Tri-weeklv editioi, four dollars Par
annum, in. Idvanco; weekly edition,
two dollars and fifty cents perannum,
In advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of flive ad 1 upwards.
HA'Ts vp AmvFIrlisvq.-One dollar
per ilnclh for the first insert ion, vad
lifty Cents per Inchli tor each subsu( cent
hisertion. These rates apply to al ad
vert1semen0ttts, of whatever n'a11h I-C, and
are payable strictly in advanice. Cont
tracts for three, six or twelve m11onthis
made on very liberal terms. Tran
sienlt local notices, fift'en cents per
line for the first inseitioni al sevenl
and oneiulf cents per line f1or each
subsequent insertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged as adver
tiements. Simple aiun ituiCctle e it s or
marriages and deaths publishied free o1
charge, and solicited.
All conammileatiois. of' whatsoevcr
imture, should be Otddressed to the
Wnjn)oro Publishing Company,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Just Arrived-). R. Fleniikei.
Choice Groceries-W. 11. Donly.
A heavy siov fell onl Wednesday
quite a change!
Amr. J. Clelidining requests us to say
that. lie las jnst, reciv(d ia supply of
the celebrated Stonle Mountaiii Corn
Whiskey-a file aid piu re article.
Judge Wlmt. R. Robertson left-Winns
boro on Wedcitedtly for Charlotte,
whlence lie will go to-day over i the
line of the .Charlotte, Cohuitubla and
Angusta Railroad. Ile is o n 1 of the
connnitttee appointed, under the by
laws, to inspet the condition of (the
road, aud report to the stockholders.
Tle first number of tho (recnville
Daily Nvewi's tdler its new utimnge
icntt. has been received, and presents
a very creditable appearance. Tihe
paper is iow un1tder the conduct of
Mr. P. -1. Reilly, ani experienced
iiewspaper mat). We are gl-u. to
w'elcome thle News once more, and
'wish for it a long and prosperous
Niew A DVE Wfrisi-; urs .-Mr. 1). IR.
Flenntikein has just received four hi
dred pounds ot' buckwheat flour, also
a fine selection of raisins, currants,
suga rs, etc. In addition to these
aritliets, 'A Ir. FlenIniikeni keeps always
in sILck a fine asso'tmlentt Of VCrV
thing usually kept in a first-class thini
'Mr. Wim. H1. Douly advertises that
ie now has ont hanid a large and well
selected stock of staple and fantcy
groceries, boots, shoes, hits, clothiig,
crockery, glassware, hardware. etc.;
also a complete stock of wines, liquors
an1d cigars. Mr. Donly, having Ic
cently enlari'ged his store, has found
it necessary to enlarge also his space
in Tin NaEws AND HitAD, to b inl
keepinig withl his licasintg trade.
F~inFIELD ATu Tillu Fi.-The o
Ilumbia correcspond~enit of the N.ews~and
(Coarier wr'ites: -"The last of the ar
ticles exhibited at the Fair were taken
from the grouds on M.muday, among
which was some flne stock fronm Fair
Ii :Id, and no0w thatt I am probably peni
nling the last woirds I shall have to
write about the Slate Fair I cannuot re
frain from sayinigthat the Society owes
a debt-of gratiudo to If.irfleld which
it cani never' repay. Ever'y year, event
in.'76, when every true tian's heart in
the State was p)ulsating at a double
quick rate for the fate ofthel Stato, antd
few could( thtink of anythting else but
the salvatioin of'South Carolina, Fair
fle1(d, while she didb her whole duty ini
that memorable campaI~ign, senit hoer
full quota of cattle, sheep, lhogs and
horses to the exhibition. Always be
fore, anud ever. sice, shto has conh-ibut
ed1 in fine stock , goodl men and( beauti
fuil woment, as miuchi as 01r m)or to the
success of' the State Fair than any oth
er county in the State."
.T H Il111 TRI ONIC CL VB.
A Closing Jntortainumont--Roview of Twen
ty Years' Hilstory.
The Hist-rionic Club will give an etn
tertauinent on Monday, the 24th in
stanit. This mnay be the last, as the
pr1esentt directr'ess of the Club will short
-ly leave 'Winnsboro t'o r'eside in the
counitry, and will be compelled to r'e
sign the p)ositionI shto has held for
twventy years. lIn this connuection at
few words in reforecuco t~o the Club
will not be out .of place0. The wvar of
secession haud ino sooner Op~ened thant
* the ladies began to organize themselvds
ito associationts to minitster to the
wants and comfort of the soldiers.
WVhmsbor'o was not slow it the wor'k.
In March, 1861, the ilstionio Club
was organized with .kurs. C. Ladd as
directress, and Its entertainmetts had
realized a large sumf of' money which
wats devoted to tho purcehase of material
for findrclothhlg. Dur'ing the w ~ar
the Club combined its tw'o-fold elofirs
of' affording amnusemetnt and dispens
ing bontofits, anud many a poor Rtob's
sadlty dellobetnt wali'drobo was replenA
ished by its eflorts. Ont Februiary 21,
1865, a Tfennotsseo Roghmnent and some
South Carolina troops -received ff'oin
* . ~the dir'ectress one hundred -and twvo
pahis of pants, ninety-flyo shiirts and
- - flfty-six pair's of draawoe.. Thits was
the last calf. In a day or two more
Shuermain dostr'oyed all thosootory and
properties of' thO~ldih 1Wltio 'gonoi'al
conflgruition. --Ii Febi'uary, 1866, theo
ire cctsress with her acoustomned eneorgy
p)ainted1 a fall set of soemmery again, amid
the Club res8Utined if( d Agaii'
the sconaory was deostroyedl ii the Thess
Vlay flailf'ro, 1tfatdd 7 jonowed
-by thd direetress, . ~W~ ~pIdded a
h-----l ng mJ1o.ropp9uy'lihK 1o Go tay"
6 ugf~xoio ~hiiftpit
greatest hariony has ever prevailed.
Its success has been chletly due to the
Indomitablo, energy of tho directress,
who has never known the ineaning of
the word "fail." Her resignation will
be quito a loss, but we hopo 801110 010
.elso will .ssuine tle management and
not lot the Club fall through.
The closing entertainment promises
to be Full of interest, and we have no
doubt it will be largely attended.
NUS TItIA E 1X 11111 ZTION.
A Statement of tho Aims of tho Agricultu
ral Society of South Caroiliaa in tho Ap
Wo acknowledge tho receipt of a
card of invitation to the annual indus
trial exhibition of the Agricultural So
ciety of South Carolinia, to ho held In
Charleston next month. Somi idea
o the scope and aimlls of time exhibition
may be gathered friomn tle following
circular issued by Mr. E. L. Roche,
secretary'of the Society:
The success attending its previous
exhibit ion, lias induce(t the Society to
pro 'p)oso the second jid.istrial 'xhibi
tioni on a more elaborat-3 and complete
plain. I0 will be opeied Decemiiber 3d,
1879. An eligible site has been pur
chased in tle h art of the city, oi
Aleeting street near Queen, and it large
building will be erected thereon, of
treble the capacity of any hall now in
It is the eX)ectftiOln of the Society
to make the exhibition the largest( and
imiost itt ritive inl the Southern States.
The railroads leading to (lie city will
make such liberal excurioni rates as
will bring thousands from the sur
Tihe fimmenso valuc of such exhibi
ion is shown by their increased popu
larity in all parts of the countr'y, and
the world. Inventors or mniicletu r
ers wishing to reach lie capitalist or
the consuimer, ivariably find at Ipblic
exhibitiol to be t lie most direct and
lealst expl'sive method.
T) oxhilitors iltending to operate
mnachinery, or pralctically illustrate any
process of iu1mnuItilicture, unusual facil i
ties will be given. Of 8uch inteition
(eary niotieo should be given to tle
Seeretarv. In this co:nction it may
be wiell to state, that the exhibitor
who coldilts, withinlu the exhibition,
a process of nmamiifieture, attracts in
finitely more attention than hie would
by time simple disphity of finished pro
ducts; for the reason that flIished pro
d0ucts are familiar to every eye, while
the process of productimi, no imatter
how simplic, is attractive to tle public.
It is desired that such processes, or
manxiufhctured articles hivented or
made in the South, should be exhibit
ed. Alanniflhtrers inventiors anld
-vendors everywhere, are cordially iii
vited to exhibit such ar't:'s or pro
cesses as would end to tihe economic
progress of our people. Nothing is
too small or too large for a phice. The
best metliods of churning 'butiem, or
making bread, as well as of building a
sicam 1n,g1110 or a Cotton ilnill, haIve
equally their value to thoso interested
Le, every one at home vie with Our
friends abroad in exhibiting anything
to satisfy those great wants of our tino
amid people, in every department of
household, thrm, and business life
processes and applianices which make
labor and brains more cil'ectivec.
The Society also0 hope that~ a full ex
hibitioni may bc made of those ariticles
which will show (lie progr'ess our pee
jple in art and education.
"NOTES 01F THlE FAIR.
The / .'tlcles on ExhibitIon-The People,
tie lItacos atu tho Bali.
The Warii this year was quite success
fuml both ill the character of exhibits
amid in thie numiber of peron'S01 ill atten
(lance, though the latter wasi to some
extent interfered with by (lie revival
or iniauguration of County Fairs ill
dillbront portionis of the State. The
display of live stock was proniouniced
by competent judges to be the finmest
that has ever been on tihe grounds, and
it is a signifIcant fact that (lie finest
stock was sent f rom those counties in
which (lie new ('once law has gone into
efT'ect. The display of p~oultriy was
very fine, some maign iflcent pairs and
triios of difIlbrient breeds -being entered.
Pigeons of every kind were billing' and
cooing, while geese and ducks fX'om all
parts of the State fraternally spl 'ihid
each ether ini the muddy lake prepared
for their benc11t. Th'ie ladies' dep~art
was niot as full as usual, but some of
the exhibits were very striking. The
display of machiner, was liot full, ow
ing partly to the failure of Messrs. J.
E. Adger & Co., of Charleston, who
have heretofore exhibited liberally.
As usual Fairfield was largely repre
senitedl. Indeed, it seemed as if the
whole coumnty had pouired Itself down
especially on Thui'sday. Three hun
dr'ed and seventy-five tick,ets were sold
f'om W'lnnsboro alone, -and on Thiurs
day nighit one hundied anid thiirty-thi'ee
lasenmgers r'otuiined to the town on
tho same train. Other stations both on
the Charlotte and on (lie Greenville
Road con ributed their quota lierai
ly. On Thursday (lie gato r'eceipts
were eighteen hundred dollai's, rep~rc
seiiting a crowd, incluiding deadheads
amid echdren, of at least four thousand
The aices were net mgndor the comi
(rol oftho societ~y flits year) bitt were
under the inanmagement of Mr. W'. D.
Slarlinig. -A number wete run each
day, butt as a general thing there were
nie very close contests. On thie judges'
stand and track' at one time were
Senators Ha~mpton aiid Thither amid lEx
Senator Cheosnut General Hlagood, Ex-'
Govornor Bonham,, Adjutant General
Mole, General Br'atton, Major W'ood
wvard, Col. J4 0. lHaskell 'gnd other
distinguished eintlemneni. JTenoath
the ,g)'nd , stand 'was a ~alooni,
a)(dl bodes this $4yr Msaimio games
of chan'c& of all sirfs~ Thiaji4 a very
repirehensible fontui'e, amid It provoked
Society. A ntiotsmdhave belief'e,
by Ma jor WVopd wr , W. Sgdlptes1, for
biddhng the haleofg a fItig privlieges
at atifttute' al Wbtl.e '4 most
heartily de preate tihis garibf(m,'
Throughthis anogro poked his head
ivethrows with a rubber ball was allom
ed for ten cents, andevery time the hoa
was hit the thrower got a ceit-a-gradc
cigar. This was about as honest a
gamo as was on the ground, and i
originality was commendable. What the
Ethiopian charged for acting as a tar
got we cannot tell.
One of the dlOhed featilres3 of the
Fair was the tenth annual ball of the
South Carolina Club. It. was giveiln
the Halt of Rlepresentatives, which
ldo as miagnificent, a ball room is
could be desired. Mr. M. C. Robert
son, of Winisboro, the nowly elected
Iresident of the Club, aid his most clil
tOient adjutants made the allhir a com
piete siccess, socially tond financially.
At least three htindred ladies and gon
tlemen were present, and at one timo
over a hundred couples were on the
lloor.- Thie ladies wore fascinating,
the dressing hanidsomue and the beaux
devoted. What more could be wished?
'Among the gentlemen present were
Governor Simpson, Senator Butler,
ex-Gov. Bonham and Treasurer Leap
hart. Among the ladlies were Mrs. L.
M. Keitt, of Darlington, Mrs.
Bryan, Mrs. S. W. 'ielton, Mrs.
J B. Ezell, Mrs. W. 11. Gibbos,
Mrs. W. P. Iix, Mi. Gov. Bonhami,
Mrs. Dr. Trezvam, Mrs. Dr. Moore,
Mrs. R. O'Nealo and Mrs. W. R.
Dovy, of olumbla; Mrs. T. I.
Clarke, of Camden, Mrs. Hal Richard
son, of Barnwell, and Mrs. Clara Dar
gan McLean, of Yorkville. Mrs.
Logan Long, of Camden, and Mrs. F.
W. Green. of Columbia, brides of a
few 'months, graced the occasion.
Among the young ladics were: Misses
Hall, Perry, Lockwood, Gilliland and
Rose, of Charleston; Misses Bryce,
Thomas, Young and 'McDowell, of
Charlotte; Misses Williams amnd Rutis
sell, of Augusta; Miss Walters, of
Baltimor' Misses Keit and Evans,
of Darliigton ; Miss Connors, of Ker
shaw, Miss Cash, of Sumter; Misses
Lo'owry and1 Mobley, of York ; Miss
Hemphill, of Chester, Miss Robertson,
of Fai-field, Miss 0uchana1n, of Or
angebnrg; the Misses Norwood, of
Abbeville; Miss Kiinedy, of Cam
den, Miss Izard, of Colleton; Misses
Brooks and Abney, of Edgeflcid ; Miss
Aldrich, of Barnwell; and Misses
Melton, Youmans, Trezvant, McMas
ter, Sawyer, Bryce, Marshall, Good
winl andeBonliam, of Columbia. The
festivities were kept uip to t late hor.
All in Ili], tihe ball was the crowning
success of the Faiir.
Four hundred pounds of Buck
A fine selection of Raisins, Cur'
rants and Citron.
Granulated and pulverized Su,
gars, and all grades of B~rown Su
D. It. FLE N NI KE N.
I HAVE w on and the largesi
land be seleote stock of staple
and fanc Groceries in town.
A complete stock of Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, &o.
Crockery, Glassware, Hardware,
Woodenware and Willow'are.
New M'ess Mackerel, New Mesi
Shad, Maur Kraut and Bologna San
A comple stock of Wines, Liquors,
Ales, Beers, COir and Vinegar,
Give .me a call and be convinced.
W- H. DONLY,
ov 20 .On the Corner.
PUJRE~ WRITE OIL.
:'rrN reconimend the 1T41
.1 01L a a saife illuminator. 16 ii
a ar ancd-'wdite as 3to'eonequetli
gi~ a hi-illiant ligh4rAvrich very li1tl1
odo.rr it~ s i Ae.ir Js.le that
* ta ba.d
o Or. & Ciadler
uAVE ENiAItrED THEIR STOCK OF
PLATED WA RE,
Making it entirely innecessary for their
cstomiers to go outsido of Winnsboro for
Iay articlo in their lito Ihey p)lcdgo
themsolves to give advantages in rogard to
VARIETY, QUALITY AND PRICE.
Extra fine articles which the market
will notjustify in stock, will be procured
on short notio.
AUSFIVRY &M RTIN,
W110LESALE AND IRETAIb
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
No 174 Main St. (White Fr
COLUSIBIA, S. C.
Wo have Mr. J. S. Gladnoy with us. Tie
will be glad to see Mll of his old friens.
Givo us a onll bef'.a purclaslnt else
where. AUGHTIY & MARTIN.
OPPOSITE the WIEELEI HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
HAS received the largest stock of
Clothing that has ever been in Columbia,
and is selling at
Elegant Cheviot and English Cassim ero
Suits mado in the latest s.tyles. Also, a
fine line of Soft and Stifllats, and a well
nelected line of Over Coats, of Fur Beav
ors. Ulsters, Kerscys, andul Meltons.
Call and Examine my stock before pur
MR. JAMES R. KENNEDY
is wihh the above establishmcnt, and
would be pleased to sob his friends when
in the city.
eet 4-3m Colurubia, S. C.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortmients of Liquors mn the Boro. Ono
Barrel of Gibson's ('elebrated Old Nectar,
1840O; Three Barrels of fine old Re Whis
key: 1st, Old1 Imperial Cabinet Shiskey,
9 years old; 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle, 9
ditto; 3rd, flanoke Rye, the oldeat, 18
dilto. Corn'\hi';key of the best grados
North Carolina Corn,Sweet and Sour Mash.
of the best grades Also, Wines andl Bran,
dies of the finest brands, I have also a
fmne lot of (iigalrs andl Tobacco which I
will dispose of at reasonable prices for
cash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
yon right. Philadelphia Lager floor al
ways on hand from the celebrated firm of
Blerger and Engeil. You can findl me at
all times at the Bar un'ler the Winnsboro
Hotel, next, door to D. R. Flonniken's.
(Call and see me. J. OLENDINING,
PRESERVE YOUR OLD BOOKS.
E. R. SOKES,
BLANK BOO0K MANUFACTURER
HTAS moved opposite the city Hall
whore ho is fully prepared, with
first-class workmen, to do all kinds of
work in his line.
BLANK~BOOKS RULED to any patter'n
and bound In any style desired.
My facilities and long acquaintance wilth
the business enable mec to guarantee
satisfaction on ordlers for Blan Books,
Rtailroad Books, and Books for the use of
Clerks of Court, Sheriffs, Probate Judges,
Masters in Equity, and other cut offi
eisis. Pamphlets, Magazines, Musio,
Newsapeprs and Periodicals and all kinds
of publheations bound on the most rea
sonable terms and in the best mannier. All
orders promptly attended to.
E. Il. STOKER,
Main street, opposite new Olty Hlall, 0o
fiEudesge bcjs leave to infor~m
a that hsenr an the pfiblio roner
alltha heisprepared to give sa Isfac
lio to all who may favor him with their
* H. 0. HIUTOHESON
will shave. you with fueilit --cutting
dyeing and dtessing in the .i Mat 511an
most approved tyle, with
. M oOALL
-athke Ohlipfn ma'rber81o 'And. Ohamn
poibg-aloon, Winneboro, .0
~nov - .
lypute ztodt Moim t~na Obit
n oieisold br
YELLOW FEYVR-BLACK VQIY0
Ith too soon to forgot tio ravnges of this
ter tiblle disease, whieh will no toubt, return in
4 more inItlionxient anti virulont fori i tho fall
Inonths of m79.
AlItittIL'A IEPATpINF, a remedy dliscov
ereti in Soutieri Nlil:t anl 4t'(l witi tstch
woliderful restilts in Mouth Amnerca where tihe
Inost, aggravated ase-s of rever art, found,
caus:s from one 14) two . oltites of bile to o
filtered or itt rniaet fron tihe bluo I each t lIno It
Ita)4 throl.i like liver. as long As anl eXVOss
f bile exists. Ili Its w1olitierftil nttln on111 the
LIver an'i pitonIn-lh the II .; Triss not only pre.
v4n t It 0 certaaIt vlnilt,y kind of 'vover anid
Inlak Vonilt., but also curet's lienlaelne. Colnisl I
patliol Of th(I Howel., Dyspepsla aid all
341:41i-11 (11i 8'S .
No onto need I'fir YnlIow Fever whAo Will
Ixpet he n'al-tiril Poi tn ani oxcess of bile
rroin t he bloio'l by te4 ig MIL 't ,< ;:i.'s l ATiN.
l':icit .i ssold 1V all rist.-I t 5 2.1 1't1i 1 and
1. lw isot tb's, or WEI ) seiLt by oxpress by the
A. P. 'm E t It 1-1,1, & CO., l'hila., Pa.
Dr. PebllIbltoll'. St ill ilgit 01 Qiteell's
V??"TIV' reports3 of woailitrsof lIheutlan
Is, Swroflil.a, S:ll. Itinn, Syphill.;, Uanner,
l leer's a nid ores. I ht. coine from n' .; p:i t!; of
lte 0otantry, are nt i only remnarkatle hit. so
lilr:4ittiloiIs as 1o lie doubted was It not for th
1rint1) ite of proof.
Remarkable Cure of Scrofula, Ao.
UAGE O 001,CO. J1. U. HtA NsON.
, t INoUSTONF, 0 A., heP)ten11t: r 15,o I S71.
OEN'rs :-For' sixteeng years. I ha4ve' IV'eft n great
1iatrerer froin Scrolula in lits niom, 0istresxin
1 or,111. I hanve heelt cartile-l (o iluy 1o-m)an)
bet1 for fiftein years wlih serfulotri uh1erau
I o11s. 't ht IlbstI a4inrovell rexiiei for S'cll
M nysilmn consmitteil, wit'At-itt anly decljitl
b iellt-. I1tilts prost rat ed, t blest t, ' lespoild
ilg, I was aiuvisei by lir. Ar eir. i loyl 4 '11na.
L., Un., 1o loml,1ienice tihl, llsi'of y)1 (r Colnoptl)Id
Etxtrilat, Siltillg:1. lnangun .a 5 i insullie lit
to deserilb 11o rell'f I bt llnied fiolnt tlh il-ltu of
M lth' Stilling i IA It Is to Ctll v.ey lilt Ilg'(jtllte
idea of t! e littliity o if ly sti t'ring before
ising you r ieiwlline ; sililelet, tilo say, I abatn
110t!1 1I till o ther in' etic' liaii to1t inlIItItile use
of your Ext.ract, of 81 tllingit 1ittiI ni si'
trtIly "I 1in cired i ofill pain," of ail dtis:tu;e,
wi 01ot iling to ob.struct. t11 iat'tive urftit o1
liny' professiol. More I hall eight, tlloini li have
eltiried sitn this remarkablo cure, withotti,
aniy rettirnl of 0116 ditsenstl.
Feor tile truith of tio above statemnent, I refer
to anly getileniat inll artow Cotnt.', 0a., aIli
to t.ht inenbe 4 of t he bar of Uhorele Clrcuilt,
who are e(uainted with me. I shall over'
remanin, with thle dee)et gral It.1ide,
Your obedient, I erva lit.,
J. C. Bit A NSON, AttLy. at Law.
A'T PoINT, (4.., Sept. 111, 1870.
(RNTSq:-A'yr (ItiltItit'Tr W41s taken o ilte Wth
d:1y of .1tita !A63, wit.It %vit, wal Ns Supposed to bc
Aette Itliemialin, ant1 wai treated for Ow
sain wItli no siteess. lit Mnro h, fotlowing,
lie'Ces of b1-41 n4 1o0 wl'1k ol11 of tite light
art*), a ndl olittill tu t o appealt ill I it h1 e bovm
frtot, the 4l)ow to 1 hti 1,11011 Itltr Jit I n i ouIIi tW 0j.
Many pie'es of bone einotti, of igi, toot anght
I'". 'I he ensO wait .*i hen proniofivitmee 1nel! (of
W tit Sivilling. Alter haviti beeln Colililed
a4bot ittx yt(i's .0 her bed. wil I t tle ase ((it4
sildered holteles, 1 was listilleed to Iry Dr. l'em..
hertons's comiponin( Ext ret. of st.tilingin. nn:1
was so wel snat.iti-i with its eIects atlt I have
Co14t ili'd the tIu of it 11 4111Ili( plresent
Aly flatt''ht1r wisoln lt 1 er hed abimlt,
N y ars tiefore 11he C (n 1 ui evel tirn'led over
withot.help. She siiw S. tipl all da', Amul
sews most of her tIilne-hns walkletl 04rO, ihe
ro4)0111. 1 ler general he I lI Is now good. 1111 I
beleve she will, its her li1bs gain St'rengt h
wall' wyell. I attribute her r-eovery, wvith Ihle
ble. Ing of God, to the ttso of your Invaluablo
With gratitudo, I aim, yours t ruly,
W. 11. B1LANTON.
W EST POINT. (in., Sept.. 1I, 1870.
ONTR :-Thveabove trt lttenite of 'Mr. W. 11.
Bnlon we knolw allot i itify to a% being Irue.
The I lihig Is so ; h( reds of t lie 1uost. respect
ed ellzenis will celtify 1o It. 2. inut1cli referenco
can be givon as nmay be requtired.
CItA WF11. )i & W'A LE El, Drugglsts.
lION. If. 1). W ILLIAMSb8.
ri'- Dit. 1EN31TIE IITON'S STILIANG 1A is pre
pared by A P. M 31ItELI, & CO., Phlia., Pa.
Sold by Jll Drliugg'sts in .1.0w1 bo.g Ies, or sent
bly express. Agents wanted to canivass every
Send (ol, 1B1iook-"Cu1'loi's Stor'y"-free to nil.
31edicis sont to poor people pliyn1ble hi instal
r]HlE undersigned would call e specjial
J. attentLion to their nlI'y-r'eceived
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Trhose goods havo been so lected with
sp.eial reference4 to the wants of this
market, 01na will be sold at
L4OWE~ST LIVING RICE~S.
Tho stook consists of too mnany articles to
bo enumeilraited in onziad vert imn t An
examlination can alone untisfy purchlasers.
A call from purohasers is respctfully
P. LiINIEIER & BRO.,
Congress st roet, ono door south of Morris'
ilotel, Winnsboro, S. 0.
EA respoctfully call the attention of
IVthe public to onr new lot of
Goods, and requiet an inspection of thorm
before purchaamng. Our goods hauve beenl
carefully selected, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold a low as they
san bo bou ght from anybody anywhere.
We would call the attention of the
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dress goodls,
F~ancy Goodse, Hlosiory, ete. A very pret.
Ly assortment of Ties and other Rc
Goods. .iaes, Edginigs, F"rillings, etc. in
Our Gents' Goods department is com..
plete in every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Korseys,
Flnnl, oespuns, Bilankets, &e., we
are full up, at the lowest prices.
SUOES I SHOES 11 SHOES I!!
Come and examine our Shoes before
buying. Call and see our stock, and we
will convince you that ye sell goods as
cheap as anybody.
Ap1EI We are agents for 3. & P. Coats'
Spool Cotton, and Beling Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-New York Prices.
McMASTER, B3RICE & C0,
'T E books for the collection of
town taxes for the mnunicipal
year oIiding April 80, 1880, will closo
on the la~st day of Novemilr, ax
payote areo reqitested todi up i
settle aslct arid t olIh
Seen miy Stock of furniture, which
necwest, and cheapest, according to qi
now supply of Chromos, 1iiture Fram
ShadeH, Mirrors, &c. Furniture nicitl
Lumber and LAths for saio. I an i
Factory. All ordor promptly rttcedo
Wilson Now Improved Sewing Machin
GEORGE61- A. CLARM,
4.00 RROAUWA Y, NEW YORK.
Tho distinctive fenturon of this spool
cotton are that it is mad from tho very
SI'A ISLAND COTTON.
It Iti finishd soft as th cotton from
Wbich it is inade; it has no waxing or
arlhloiad fiinh to decve tho evyes; it, is
the st~rongest, omoothlw! and. mo.-t (Alastioc
Rowingf thrt'ead in th mm et : for nmehinto
HOwing it, hits io equ1l; it is wound)li on
W 1 ri [ ll, SPOOLS.
Tho Black is the most
J ET FlTACK
over prouleold in Spool cotton, heinog
dyed bIv a Systmuin patented by ourselves'
iho culors; ire dyed by tlho
NEWNV ANILINE PROCESS
rondering1 them 90 perfect and br;hlant
that dreSL-ma1crs eeywhere us them
instead of se'wing si 14k.
A Gold Mshd waard tlls spool
cotton at Paris, 1878, for- "great strongth'
and "goetral excllence" being the high
est awvard givon for spool entt< n,.
Wo inviete co m11pa risonl and respectfully
ask ladies to givo it i thiir trial and con
vIIe theflmsalves of its superiority over
To bo b-%d at wholesalo and rotahlof
J. 0. IIOAG.
jEANS, JEANS, JE4ANs.
Kor'seys, Caissimneros, cie. Finect
as~sortmentli. we( have evert hadti inl stock,
fotr siale attm bttm prtics. Come and1(
PIiNTS! PRINTrS!! PR INTS l!!
One hunditred and flifty picces of choice
SHOES! SilOES!! SIIOESIAI
A splendid line of Shtocs and Boots.
Wo will sell at
- BOTTOM PRlICES.
Personts needing anything in tis
line wvill find it IA) their advanuttage to
insp)et onr stock belhfo purcihasintg
nv8 J. F. McMASTER & CO.
Brood, I willofTorfor sale, before
tho first Monday in December next, bo
twoon the legal hoturs of sale, to the high
ost bidaner, for ensht, the following-do
scribed >ersonal property, to wit:
Fifty mushels of corn. more or los 0on0
thousand pounds of fodder, moro or losis,
leviod on ats the propeor' of A. (1. Book
man, at tho sait of N.. Robeor tson.
One bale of eotton,.lovied uponf ats the
property of W. W. Collins, at theu suit of
Fifty bushels of corn, moro or loss, fivo
hundred pounds of fodder, more or less,
and a small lot of seod cotton. Levied
upon as the oproporty of F?. B3. Austin, at
the suit of Mrs. MI. A. Woodwsrd'.
JOHN B. DAVIS,
Sherfi s 0111cc, 8. F, 0.
Winnsboro, S. (I.,
Nov .14, 1879.
od L thest
G id unnm~If esos
:i one of the largest, bandsomc-st
ality, to bo found in Winnsboro. A.
Os, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Window
y repaired at moderate prices.
igent for a Door, Sash and Blind
I to. Also, agent for the Wheeler &
c, and two others.
It. W. PHILLIPS.
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs,
cuch as Coughs, Colds,
-- u. ~ and Consumption.
The roplntloi It has nitnineri, lin conseqicc of
h.e mnrvellotts ecres It bras irodu:cduilrtim-ling th
lnst hal' century, Is a stufticient atssttrnnce to tu
piblic tiat it will coniintc to realize tie imippest
restalts that can be tiesireil. In almost every
sectionl of cottntry there- nlro personl:5 libIlely
knowt. ,wholiavio beenrostoredt fromnlarming ant
von doslcorito illsenses or the lungs, by its use.
All whioIthave tried It,ncknowleigo Its superiority;
intl whero its virtties are oi, no one hesitates
is to what metlicin to employ to relievo the is.
treos andI suffering pectiliar to pitimotitlry afle0e
Ions. Cill-AInY V:rioitAz always tforciS in
Itnnit relief, amti peirforms rapitt irC o' tho
mlikler varieties of bronc'hd in lsortler, tis well as
3 morcs lorinilable (diseascs of the lutgs.
As a safegutard to chibliren,amid the distress
*ng discascA1 whaiiCh beset the Thront andil Chest o'
Chililhood, It is invahtable ; for, by its timely uise,
multitiktles Pre reseil ul restoreil to htendhh.
This nettielnice unins frienmis at every trhil, as
he cures it is constantly pronlucing are tot) rc
markable to be forgotten. No family shoulit be
vitliout it, anI those who 'ilavo aonic used it
Eminent, Physicians throughout the country
wascribo it, and Clergynuon olen recoininend It
'rom their knowledge of its ef'ects,
)r. J. C. AYER & CO,, Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical OhemIstR.
lOLD) BY A14Y1 DitUGGUISTS EVEltY~VWmt1l
&RRlIVING EVEIIY DAY.
EW and styl1ish Dross Goods, Fall
IN and Wi'nter Print.9-Relotell,
Illeachiin gs, Cotton Flannels, Blecached,
1nd lrawn Ladies' and Gentsa' Under
voetr. A apecialty in Gents' Whito S~hirtas
-laund'ried and uinlaundied. Somoc
hing stylish and nobby in Gents' stiff
YOT IONS I NOTIONS I NOTIONS! .
Somiething hiandrtomo~ in Ladies' Tien.
N~o would call speocial attention to our
nvgo Htock of tho coloibritod Bay Stato
it andaird Sorowv lot) andit Shoes. Gonta'
linte and heavy Boots anti Shoes, for drosa
mia plantation uso0. Ladies', Misses' and~f
3hild ren'nu Shoes in great varlety of samo -
77nako. Theso goodsa aro warrainted not to .
rip, and wo wvill retura theo price paid for
Ivory pair rotu'-nedl to us with wood or
papePr in the soles.
Frosh G3roeces rrving tdily.
J, MI. 3EA TY & CO.I
3MITH'S WOlRl OI
. . Aunu, A.Doothor , 87
*A few nita since I gae my son one doso, *
ho Worm 011. antd the next day .he nassodl to
argo worms. At, the same timeJ Iave one
lose to my littlo irl, fonryer old An.gd gh
iassed 88 Worms rom 4 to; Oe~s j
WvOriM on1 for salo bY Mias ce
'ree y Dr. E. S. L'IrDON Abaye aa~~
nrc 26 4IilM weiasi
han the ll ~~atr~
(oi ou kk~jf'u~'
o iT o h
cpow all abouth e