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TOWN AND COUNTY.
,SATURDAY, November go, : : 1370.
'PII'lM O'''~Ns <w in-N):ws 1x FIII.:nm
--Tri-wee ly edi(ion, 1our. dollars per
(1un1.'ul, ni adv1iaive; weekly edition,
Iwo doolha's and tiltt cent s pfiT urnum,
in adivanlce. Liberal di.Scounlut to Clubs
of five teid upwaIls.
IA livrr a A (1v11ist1.---Oune dolla
perhi ch foril 1 tile Iirtst in.sertioll, atl
filly (entsI pr inch ol. each submeq witl
insert on. Thi rateI aipply to ll d1
vvr.tis m II s, of hatever t 111 ev , ai
Ire payable strictly in advancve. Con
t racts for thrae, six or teh v m11oniths
inade oil ver lib t'-al emIIls'. Tra.l
sie't1 local n tdi( vs, t ilIei n cents per
lie fA the fir.ni insertion and seven
Ituid one-half cents per line for v-h
subi i iu nt i'vietion. Obitu aries ai
tributes ofrsotemgda de
tis1 w1141nt. '(inple ni'ot nneeln a l. ni.s o
I Inari .C.and d a published fire o1
chtus wre, I al solicited.
A\f oll Iu nItient-Iions", of, whlatsoever
Sh a ae shoutl be athlressed to the
Whinnsboro Pu~bIL-1hing Company0.
Winnsboro, S. C.
Cheap Cow Food-W. 'If. DoiIly.
( Rememi'Ic.. that. to-dayl is the
lAst day For lhe ipaynen t oI' town fax
eq. ay up al ave thle penalty.
o'lton ohl (ol I-'iday t 11. . Ahe
<ilotation of' ftdures lit dNew York
Avore as 1,bilows. D)ee bibe, .) 5
Janluary,- 12.G;:); Miny, 1:3.:;..
The Ro lw he 1ev . W m Walkr,
-who was" in char e th JulyhodiAl
ch li l eire in 1876. ha been tran-.
ferred to Iht esoeto Tfer e.
Thn k .!" v D).ty was; ni oil
ly oblerved' i \'in heiroI'ti. The Na1
tiona'l li1uik was eo l"for the( da Y,
11u1 inl other re e. caweni on
The not l01, nobbious irent al atten
lion will finiently ail lo previn
coup'..s, coi roup", etc. .Dr. 111ull's
tol:h syrup ais a1' tuti valuaile
re hinsemde to loive conveinisnt when
pe d Prithe roe of ant--.e
Ti-l:. Sultlr.m: Col r.- i: the Si
p ur t o our Wednesday.(, therw
er e ot'.Nltsl. MarenyT. P1hn11ny, re.
sponet, agaist. \im. o ololhso, al
1.hint, was arguevd. 'Mr. Ricynolds
fore thr Agipmuln, Corl, lIion fol the
111pel .i The cae of' Steele 11 .agail
the C. C.&A.tinih-od wa conliind.
The sho.-shop of' .\r. C. 11. serggs
eIVune nrw eina-" burned h1st Tuesdlay
it.' 1The fire was disovered inl
tllon' to prievni t isit ny sriots d:aliei.
. is ssppoed to have en aeie a1 22
--aeae al :no\, by the dropping,
ti'ake o, icensf, eun .i $ndl2-wick by a
eron working.- inl tie Shop late that
T in a1E C I Ar . 1;O xN F mu n . - T h e ,
801u1h Carolina ionad will allow
the same special raes tnhan were give
4o.t-.e ronists $ ast., meg. Th Wis
wilanafford an1excellen opprtisyll ao
persions o wivin dollspe 81 few ony
in caparlsto. Ah Charote, Colum-e
ohtaia, for the soine, beiwthn bthle
isi nd for $1,000,t o Deeber.
mi' .etn o o hra the As ciael -fre
Peubtoeotynwastheh stttaUnion Chch
Moiten rpr to ths ftenstry.t
'.theopusual cIeonst to le cadiate
were prpue by the luricy. J.por.
Whit; Jhe addes ws dlved byt
the nle.A C. B.oBtts, atnd the ordtira.
tions pryef the llcuiev J.mP.o Man.
Mr dpi tilte aus s'tince ofastocJulbeen
spigthe c ihurchn Dec Wibro.
fe , weeksfpaI ando~t~ aume pafol
p"ri~eo of that Stahe. n leain
toheet wbishes of the maytriends
procteding f ptae Lst eeo tng ofth
S ttckhodersA Fo F~inancialkhowing.
Th hserRpre contain a re
port o the poceedigs of areen
Far I rpesue i.h Asca
or1"tCh-tburths of stock be is'sued to
origiinal, stockholders their pro rata
ilrt. oth Siul'lustl4 iulid 110V on i
and that. stoekholders 80 ctlitled Iive
tihe priivilege of incr'easinlg ituch frac
f olt i 1,1 full shar by piyllig pl) tile
3r. Wyrlic also ol.ered i resolltioll
ehir11i1:g hat. lorse-racj ig shall be
excluied at ill fAtlure thirs of, tie As
So0ation. This resohtilion was jiopte .
]he electioll of olier'is was held with
the follownlug restii :
Pret-sident-Capftain 0. A. Wvlie.
Vce-Preident--,ess 11. iliardil,
insteai or (iies.1. lat.terson, :s(.
who derhnled at re-elect ion.
Seeretary and Treasurer-Julius
Fatirlield Directors-Gent. J. Uratton,
.Ltinaster 1)itetor;-G enl. J. 13. E'r
will, 11. If. (oochi, .Jr.
York Directors-J. S. Bratton,
Chester I)irectors-Maj. J. W. Wilk
was eh'elevl ill place of Jessit 11. lar
<h, anid .1. liarvey lIiardill inl place of
W. I1. ,Vise. TL'he reionilder of the
f'orIer board wvere re-eleeted.
L EG 1SlaT1VJE PiJtoonEnI)E 05.
TUE.:SD.\ November 25, 1879.
President Jeter Called tile Senate
to o'der at, 12, ln., atid alltonced a
<titorlIlII, Sertvit Senators being ahspggf.
Senlator. lyrd, of, Willialnnsburg," SuI.
(4s ,tsor to Sen1Aor 3Alaulrice, (levrensed.
and Seailt or lI as.trd , of Sitnter, sue
(vv:aSr to .hu lge Fraser, took tihe oath
Notice of a numt1belr of hills was giv
It, among teml, by Crittenden,1, to
11nnen~d 11te h~omes-tead haw, and by
Taft to Itivest igate the convie. case.
A blill to provide for. at olist ittionlal
vomIvelltion was made a spectii order.
Alitr other iimportant. business the
1l10o O12F n!:P a l-S !NT.\T ivi-:s.
The louse was ealled to order at
1-, it. A (pt ntillll beintg 'present,
Sjeaklr 3Shielppa.rd VWelcomed tIh hi)(- -
hevre. The following new\% inemb11ers
were s1wor in: i. If. Ifice, of
Sion1. J1. A. ])eal, of York, \r . S.
Allen ), Wof Iigoelit h. W . ID. Tranl t. lm,
of Kerlsla, in n. 11. Itice, oft Barn
well. 'The ( * nor's llessag was
reIiad atit 1!n l. . MIurar ill ro
rinced a restI, In Ito ald~ IoIn-n 'onl the
23, wh l was laid over'. Mr. Brit
lonl introdiced it resoilutioln to sCeuret(
purit y ill elect in. The calendilrl Wts
takeni ulip and11 action akelt ont several
bills, after whicht tle Mouse adjournled.
WEnx1-:snAY, November 26, 1879.
The Senate met at. the usul hour.
A (tter was received from Governor
Siittnpson, anoiuncing th presnit, by
lheartist Albert lCIy,of Itorritof
Generl Gordon. A imnumberli ot peti
fions were read. ltesolutions Were
ofifred oil the deati of, veinator Mau
i ,a tir whticl the Senate adjourned
loUsLF, OF nFPREsF.NT.VI-:s.
The Ilouse iet at the usual hour.
A_ iiiber of, bills were intkoduced,
timlolig t hiei to amentoIld thle iomiestead,
to pro) ide artificial legs f( disabled
soldiers, and to extend the tiie fur the
rCe(em1pt ion of' torfleited lands, to abol
sh trial justjM' iets diti stbIllish inferior
cour1ts. [The resolut.i01m to aldjourn 0on
the 23rd was iadopted by 98 to 9. Me
mia resolu50 ttionis were aldoptd for
Messrs. Iiartzog, Jones and Nelsont.
The Ilouse thten adjournied till Friday.
TJHIE FINANCES OF THE STATE.
Report of the Comptroller-General for the
P'at Fisenti Year.
Th'le reolrt of General Unagood1,
comp1jtroler-g~eeral, shows that the
State deblt amou~ttts to $7. 175,-f54, in
cludtinig tuhoiods aflceted by the de
(cision ot theO SupiremeI Court. About
$.tt00,000t ill bills of the Baunk of the
State are thought to lie oultstanding,
which GeneraiI lHagood hlopes will be
fundled at fifty cents ont the dollar.
I'Te not rece'ipts for the year are
$654,726, which, adde(d to theO balance
left ill tile treasury, gives a total of
$879,t004. T1here wvil be a surplus in
the tr'easury of' $75,549, besides $234,
87:1 reser'ved for' int erest and1( the edu
ca'tionall fundl. Over three hundred
thlousand~ dollars were reallizedI fronm
hack faxes fromi 1875 to 1877, fortyv
two thoutsanid froml1 forfeited land~s,
andit inet-three*C thousandtt froml the
pho11spha(te royality. The poll1 tax
yielded $97,557, agaitnst $102,
974 thor the previous year. T1axes
were0 levied for 1878-9 .on an assess
ment of $118,479,851, against an as
sessmtent of' $135,284,.461, the previous
yearl, and11 it is estimattsed that the haxes
shold( reach at least $100,000 for ecd
mtill levied on thc present aussessment
llTis allows $ 18,0)00,000 for nulia bout
returnis, dulicated returns, &c.
''Te e3stimalites for tile cominglO vCLI
are0 as followvs: For the suppiort ot' tihc
govetrnmlenlt, $279,770, of which $205,
342 will be receiv~ed from p~thsphat<
royalty, existing bathmee, &c., leaivii
a1 blalnc of' $74,427 to be pridei(t3
thei, r'equ1irinlg a levy of three-foutrth.
of a mill for this puirpose. T1hie bach
interest on tuhe debt and the interos
for the coumiig year', exclusive of t~h
reserve in the trealsuryv, reaches thi
ent1'tormou stum of $813,083. T1htis ill
eludes the bonds declared invalid b.
ile Supreme Court. No estimate ot
thlp interest cani he maitde unttil thi
Legislaturet talkes action oit the debt.
it will be setI that thle State is rmt
very cheaply. The chlief burden is il
the intterest. It Is safe to assutlme thai
tile Legislature Will make better api
1)ropriation at the present session fo
SOrUh CAROLINA NfEWMR.
-Mr'. Georgeo McCormnack, one c
the oldest citizensR of'. Chester, died c
apploexy last Saturday. He wals sittinl
In a chirt before the fire, whleni he fel
to the floor.
-The Columbia correspondent c
tile News andZ Courier' thin ks the Lcg
is1tgre will elect Justice Mc~vor Cil
Justice of' thle Supreme Court vice th
Hon. A. J. Willard, whose term ox
'in reaching thr1'ough (te bars of its
engie aItld killinig it. The lady camto
otniad attemptled to drive tle hawk
:away, but, with great boldness anld
nti~den1e, he reltised to be driven
and sat. ltere tintil ie had devour
ed her little pot.
--A tenant houise, on the place of
heQ Iev. Itobtt lglger, thirteen miles
vast. off L.anci(aster wailsq des-troved by
tire oni So atiludar lasi, ald it chilI
two years old plrished ink tile 1Iiames.
The imtother of, Ilm child, a Mrs. elli
Beaver, was engaged at t Ieighbor's,
anad left her th ree childrent at hiom1e.
It is silposed thit tho eliidrent Set fire
to the house. The two eldest, imle
their e(rap. and the relainIi.s of' the
youll ;x o e oitui:d inear the d< or.
--A car load of horses from one of
tie Western States, recently arrived
att a stationl on (hie Camiident Branich of
the Smouth Carolina ltailroad. Oil un
l011ding i tie car. it i e was discovered
Iin one corner silt ingon a nest contain
ingi thirteen e gg. All the horses
were loose inl the tcar, and theiy had
tr-aveled a longc; way, bult it wats 'ouind
on1 examinaiution tIhat, not a siingle egg
was broken. It was close (ua1irters
For (ihe old heni, htti she did not, seem to
iini it any inore I luni if she wIs uiet
ly sit (ing in at chicken house.
-On Feriday hitdhnlund Lo0wry,
age'ld abolut sixteen years, son of Win
Lywry, near Smith's 'Trnout, it
York comnity, died of typboid fever. I
Soon after the <tenth occurred,' the
moieot'e of (lhe deeased was standiig
elr Ithe ire dftrssl ing' a boil on her.
husbanmid's nevck, whenl her- chlhingor
cagtonl tire. WNi:hi much dificlt y!
Ihe lttutes wcre subduId, but, not, )
for~e both were so badly burnIed as to
minder themi 11nable to attend thle I'l
neral of' of t hitr soin.
-About four11 o'clock, p. m., last,
.riday, thle residence of Mr. R. T.
May, ii Rock Blill, was discoveired to
be oi fire-havinmig caughit. betwcen the
veiling anid wveatherboarding" fr-om a
deIvet in ithe chiinvy. By 'reaI exer
I ions of' I lie firvi iett antd ciiizens, (lie
live was e:ixtinguished, though not be
fore te :1( bonsei an uniur usmained
COil idltIv1:t1)e1r e da Iage. While I Ihe I ire
'Was proessm. :. yI t Iia Owvens,
who li Vei bu1 it short dis1111ce from
IhIe buringiz hous. 1eenme so excited
that she fe l iin a paroxySmtt, wlich
pro ved 111a1.
1 ,0 0 LBS. Whoat Bran. for salo
U at the Store of V. H.
A large lot of the favorite brands
of Augusta Flour.
Irish Potatoes, Sanr Krant, Su
gar Cured Hamus, Blreakfaist Bacon,
Newv Mess Shad, New Mess Macker
ei, all kinds, of nice Syrups and Mo
lasses,.CHEAP FOR CASH.
W 11. DONLY,'
nov 29 On thte Cornter'.
TIE b)ooksq for theo collection of
Itown taxes for. thte mutnicipail
otn the last day of' November. Tax
patyer's are' regnejttsted to0 comie up antd
.E. S. ClIANDLER,
Tlow~'n Cleirk anid Tr'easurer.'
G?" Oilict iat F". Elder & Co.'s
Wit LEsALJE AND RETAIL
GROCERS AND COMMISSIOi9
No 174 Main St. (White Front
1COLU rBYA, S. 0.
WVo have Mr. J. S. Glarlney with us. H1
wvill be glad to aniO all or his old friends
Givo us a ~oall before purchansingr else
80EOlllr & C11DllO
HAVE ENLARGED THIEIR STOCK 0
. . wFAwNY rannnE
OPPOSITE the WHEELER H1OUSE,
IfAF received the largeRt stooh of
Clothing tiat haw over been1 in Columbia,
and is selling at
Elegant Cheviot. and English Cassim ere
8uits made in the latost styles. Also, a
1ne lin( of soft and StifflIats, Ond a Well
seleoted linie of Over Coats, of Fur Beav
ers,,Ulsters, Kerseys, an.d Meltois.
Call and Examino my htock before pur
MR. JAMES It. KENNEDY
is with the above establishment, and
would be pleased to see his frields whenl
inl the city.
M.L L. K INAlt
oct 4-3m Columbia, H. C.
PA ET UOIUSE.
JUST ARRIVED one of tie finest as
sortient- of Liquors in the Bor . One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Nectar,
18-1(; Threo Barrels of fine old Rve Vhisi
Lvy: 1st, Old Imperial Cabinet Wihiskey,
1) years old; 2nd. also, the Mabel BIelle, 1.
ditto; 3rd. lIoanomo Rye, the oldest, 18
ditto. Corn WIiiskey of the best vrades.
North Carolina Coin,Sweet and So;r Mah
of te best grales- Also. Wines an1(l ;rAi,
d- s of th e finest brands, I la-e als( n
." ,lo Cigars and Tobacco which I
wi of at reasoTa3ble prices for
'Aiv mel a itll , an it I w.-iIl t re. t
t. Philadelphia lil-er Boser a'.,
r on l.an-l from the c lelbIratcl firm of
.,Jrger and Falitil. You -an 1n11(d 11e at
0ll times at the Bar unlor the Winnsboro
Hotel, next door to D 1t. Flennilkn's.
Call autl see me1. J. CLENDINING.
JEANS, JEANS, - JEANS.
Kerseys, Cassimeres-, eic. - Finest
ass0rtment we have Over had inl stock.
for sale It bottom prices. Comne an1d
PRINTS! PRINTS!! PRiNTS 11!
One hundred and fifty pieces of choice
SIIOES I SIIOES!!i SIHOES.! !!
A splenidid line of Shoes and Boots.
We wvill soil at -
Personsr needing anything ini this
line will 111nd it to their adlvantage to
insplct~ our stock before pulrchalsinug
J. F. McMASTERL & CO.
0 A Almonth guaranuteed. $12 I ll at
li* omei madeil by tile indtlixrieous.
Capitail noet rcqluired; we wvill start you. Men,
women~t, boys anld girls Jmake mlone~y faster' at
work for us than at anything else. Tile work
is ih itnd pleasanft., anti 54uch as8 all ny1 one ca
grght at.. 'Thlese why ale wise who enni see
11 isntce will senid us t heir- alresses at, once
and sen for themselves. Castly Outflt, and( termS
flee. Now 1.s the~ time. Thto-o already at, work
Nri Cfgl ,Argu sta, Maline y.Adrs
FIRE INSURANCE AG*ENCY
JAMES WV. LAW.
70o the .Public:
Wily not insuro your property? Se<
the cost of a per diem expense:
Daily cost of insuring $1,000 at 3- poi
cetprannum is only 8) cents.
At 2e f por cout. per annum is only '10,
At 1 per cent. per annum is only .4.,
At 1 per aent. per annum is only 2( c,
-At per adnt. per annumun is only 2 e.
At' >er cent. for 3 years is only 1.88 c
At I per dent, for 3. years is oniy -1.35 e,
At 1~ per cent. forb5years is ni 0.880o
- At 2 >er cent, for 5 years is only 1.10c.
Dwellings in towvn or country, detach.
ed, insurable at the follbwing rates, viz.
For ono year j per cent.
For three years 14~ pqor cent.
For five years '. p-ore-ent.
Barns and contents, gin houses, balec
cotton, store ho uses, merchandise, mill
and churchles insurable at adeqtiate rates
~I represent only the 'very best compa
nies of long experience and well establish
JAME$ W. LAW,
fal A eekin veour o town, n
~,portuni) ever offered fr these wIlling
seor u0 to ty rithin els untIl ye
seeforyor i ha ca do at the bus:
ness we oiler. No ro -m to ex pin here.' Ye
can devot all your tim'o or el yor spar
time to te business, nd make' gat pyfe
evrotur that you work. Women ma
as men. Send for opeelil private termi
t~awhich we mall free. $5outfi
aaf 'hard times whie ye
toe ply Botting
oer peed, all t
d & Bm102.
YELLOW FEVER.-BLACK VOMIT
It hs too soon to forget tile ravages of thi
t ri Ibl s le icI wIll n0 (1ot1t, return il
ft more a1igant, a3 viritlent form ini tile fall
M1AitNItl.'8 IiEPATINE, a remedy discov
ored In Soutlhern Nubia and used witi stuiel
wonderful resul s in Souti Anerica whLere (110
33n0st atggravatel eases of rover are fotunl,
03343s8 1r10t113 one to two Ounces of bile to 30
tli'teret or, stlutne5d from tite l30)1 enell cIti1e it
lIass88 ti1rotgh I h30 111ve, as lontg als tinl x3CSs
of blie exists. 1y ilt wo-lerfl a 1ict3 0n oil1the
Liverait33( SMi01h- (lie 11Ier 111 0 tiOnly pr
v'"(3 it) it et'rtainty an1y kind of fkever and
Black Volnfit, bill ;also ettres lit'3ad3i3ee, Const I.
l11 (it to 'owels. Dyspepsia and 3ll
No o43ne31we' far Yellow Fever w10 will
ex1l-I ill' Naln'lall 'oison 1uI31 exces of lolle
frelI tle l01l 1)' ItI .'\,(r 33 nax,.'S lIMPA'TN"
willhl Is soldty aill ilkig<lsts li 25 CeI, a11nt
Al-a hot 13i3 , or will blo sent, by express by the
A. F. MEl TlL & 0., Phila., Pa.
Dr. Penmbertont's Stilliigit or Queen's
CW'I'io relorts of wondirftil ltres of Ilthetma
is'u3, He'orttila. 8:311. lIfiutn. Syplhills, Cancer.
Ulcers11 8ore. , S s that, 'on0e from 1 al. prsof
tit' o3t4t , r, tire 3lot on 1 reinarkiable hIlt ,o
3tI33304iratl3i's ats (0 be tiottited was it, 1100 for tile
a)lin3ittee of proof.
Remarkable Curo of Scrofula, &.
CASE 1F COI,. J1. C. HICANsON.
KINsTON, GA., 1.(plenber, 15. 1211.
SSmTs :--For sixteen yeairs I lave been a grent
tiITer'r fromi ScroH't'la111 i Its nost. (13stre1 silig
forns. J lintye be3'( i (onfinl(l to Inv roo(i( tIn3l
ie' for tifteen yars wi I if isrofuus taera
1.t3ons. 'I lit, most, Ail'rovet rein illes. for siei3
ett3es hbad tiven uwe l, n1( tit( 1uost, <:1111nt.
Uitvl 't'lan.m Consuiltedl. writ"oInt, anfy decied~
Uenollt. Thuis prost rat ed, tilstgesved. tl,(sponti..
Ing. I was atIim'3'c by Ir. Ayer, of Floy1 Con.
t-y. (v., t1o I'osae13'2e fl 13' t83' of Yotmr Con iounid
K.V41ract. 83 3il1itgla. ,1 aliua.n 38e 33 as instille3'letit
to (Iesribe f le relitif 1 ob13l(net1 frot tile use o
till, 8111 3I 'l 33. if I to convey all tI3leq3-iite
Iea of the linteisity of 1i sufer1-ing before
U1sing yotir 1aed1ellie i sui33i. to a3y', I 3han.
(oln'3l tll o.her remil'ies atn3d contintled Ile lise
0f3.(3otr l t J rct, of81 illin'nla. 1133111 I 83 n 3'ay
trilly " n1n eu3rett Of 111 lialit," or all(iself.,(,
willino lling to olstri1et, life 4'1ive ptirstil. o3
iny pro'idssion. 1ort' 1i3a etgitt. 1m111 138 have
elat)secl since 133.4 r'3iark1ible elre, withoti,
a3313'ret urn of (11. (isettst!.
For th1( trth3 of Life above statenetit., I refer
to ally gentleina in Bartow County., (li., andl
tot I iIlenibe 1 of Ilie bNor of Chorekee Circuitt,
wIlo tre 3 ac)qit3inte3l witlh me). I alall ever
rem3a1i, wit 1 I hi (teepiest. gri'al it ule,
Your ol etdientst srvattit..
J. C. BRIIANSON, At1'y. at Law.
WKsT POINT. G A., Rept. li 1870.
GENTs:--'Ny (11ntig1te' 1w'i11 laken1 O1 t41e 25th
(1y of ,1i1e, Is-11, wit it wti. was supposed to be
Acutle fiteinatlim, andi wats tre'ateti forl tile
813a3ne 1wI3 n3o mitece.m. In 31arell. following,
3i1ecs of boie Lvg1 I)4In work 011. of (lie right
3 I343 3341.n n:3p t illva( 1 t 3 lbone.
3rol, 3Ie elbow 3o i13 esh)1iler Jl:t ('3n' (aeou.
313a3 pl (If o 3ine am, out. of rigdltt. 3oot, an 1
Ieg. '111 4 ('-I wats 3lien pon0ori-'.l1 on3e of
Whtite Swi Ttifg. After f3laving been conint'l
nhotit six years to her be(1. tt3li (le3 se co
sl lerm'l l31oles. I was tlulietI to Iry D1r. leii
li1ton8's Uoilnod l ract of tilinga , aind3
wts so welIl sitttstlell witht Its I'~ t ila, I hlave
coittinll( tIle use of it 131311 tile presen .
31y datighiter w con iinedl t0 o 31 'r 1<'v abot
six year.4 bef'ore she sat, upl or, even iurnie' over
with biot 3elp. She 'ow sis 11 3all 1av, and
s'w' Inost of 1her' I lni-1ias walked aicros 1130
rom. r Ii'ng4'eral 3ea3l1 13 nsow good, 333341 1
belIeve se wlli, Do, ht- itnb gain at ngt it
walk well. I at-triblte itc.' recovery, with1 ihe
blesloig o Moed. to (l3e use of 303ou inva'lualble
With gratitude, I am3, your1's 111iuly.
W. 11. 1ILANTON.
WAST POINT, (in., Sept.. 16, 1870.
(1-NTS above cer t1ifto (if '3Nir. W. 11.
lianton we know an 3 cr33(8 ii t its being trie.
Tihe I 1k1lug is so; hun3(Iren of t 3lem1. r4especte
el et1l zen4 will certify i It.. As m3uel reference
Canff 10 given as m1 y 31133' Ieqi0red.
CR1AWFORD& WALIM, Druggists.
110 N. 11 D. V' 1.1AMS.
C DR. PIGIBERITON'8 STIIlLINGTA Is pre
p111e1d by A. F. 31FlLI. & . CO., Pila., Il.
Sol( by all3 Druggssts in $1.0i h1ot3t les, or sent
b.% express. Ageits wanted t,0 canivass every.
Sonl for R1ook-"Cunrio's Slory"--free to nil
Alecitees s1Rent to poor, people payable in Instal.
ARRIVING EVER'IY DAY
N EW and stylish Dross Goods, Fal
antd Wintter Prints-lected,
leachlings, ('otton Flanneals, Blea3cheo
and3( Br<,wn1' La1dies' nndl~ Grnts' Under
w3ea3r. A specialty inl Gents' White 813irt:
'---13au1ndied and14 )ulaunldried. Somle
tihing stylish and nobby in Gents' '4tif
NOTIONS! NOTIONS! NOTIONS
.Something han~fdsome1 in Ladies' Ties
WVo woul3d call1 stpecial atteontioni to on:)
largo stock of tho0 cele1bra3'ted Baly S~tat
Standard Screw Boots anld Shoes. Gonts
Iino and heavy Bloots and Shoes, for dres
andt plantation use0. Ladies', Misses' an
Ohlildren's $1300s in groat variety of sam
ma3ko0. Th'lese goods aro warranted not t<
rip, and wc wvill rotuirn tho prico pa3id fo:
cyVcry3 paiir returne3d to us wvithl wood o.
paper)C in the0 soles.
IFresh Groceries arriving daily.
J. M. B3EA TY & CO.
E rspetfulycall the attention<
the pofuly to onr new lotc
Goods, and request an3 inspection of tlier
before p urchas)ing Our goods have bee:
.carefully selected, bought at b)ottOr
prices, and will bo sold as low as thle
can bo bougiht from anybody anywher<
We wold~ call the attention of thi
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dross good:
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very pro
ty assortment of Ties and other Neo
deeds. Laces, E.dgings, Frillings, etc. I
Our Gents' Goods.department is con
plete in every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kei soy:
- Flannels, Homnespuns, Blanketa, &c., v
are full up, at the lowest prices.
SHOES! SIIOESI! SHOES!!!
Conmc and examine our Slhoes befo1
buying. Call and see our stock, and v
will convince you that we sell goods
cheap as anybody.
,pfr We are agents for 3. & P. Coal
SSpool Cotton, and Blelding Bros. & Co.
- Spool Silk-Now York Prices.
McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
I oct 7
rPHEundrsinedbege leave to infor
a i ustomers and the~ulogn
all that heis preare togv aif
tion to all who may favor him with the
HI. 0O. H-UTCHI'ESON
wi11 shave you with faolity--uttii
Sdyeing and deseing in the' test ai
most approved style,: with'
J. M. McOALb
At the 1 amiozEatber~ho 4
Seen my stock of furniture, which
newesit, and celapest, acecordiii to qi
now supply of Chromos, ietuire Frar
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Furniture neat
Lumber and Laths for sale. I am
Factory. All order promptly ottende
Wilson New Improved 8ewing Maehi
i.STAB Li i ED IA112.
OEORIGE A. CLARK,
4.00 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
The distinctive features of this spool
eett ai aro that it is made from the very
SEA 1HLAND COTTON.
Rt iR finis~hedt soft n the cotton from
which it. is finado; it hans no waxing or
artificial finish to deceive the eyes; it is
the strongt'st, Eltuonthest. and most elastic
newign thread in the market; for machine
Howing it has nou eqjual; it Is woun td on
WIT I TE S POGO L S.
T1hoelllaeck is the most
ever produedi~ ini spool cotton, being
dyolvd by ai systemi pattenited by ourselves.
IThe etilors are dlynd by the
NEW ANILINE PROCESS
rendering them so peOrfect, and brillhant
that dress-mnakecrs ev'erywhere use them
Instead of sowingiiilks.
A Goeld Medal was awarded this spool
cotton at. Paris, i874, for "great strength'
and "genoral excellence" being the high
est aword given for spool cotton.
SWe invite coimpjarison and respectfully
'askc ladies to give it, a fair trisi and eon
vince thiomselves of its supe) ri.>rity over
To be had at wholesale and retail of
Four hundred pounds of Buck
'A. fine' selection of Raisins, Cur
a rants and Citron.
Granulated and pulverized Su.
gars, and all grades of Brown Su
D. B. FLE NNIKEN.
E, nov 20
e URIR AN
is ono *of the largest,' hlandsomest
Inlity, to be found in Winnsboro. A.
is, Wall Pockets, Brackets, Window
ly repaired at tmoderate prices.
agent for a Door, Sash and Blind
a to. Also, agent for the Whoel- &
le, and two others.
R. W. PHILIJPS.
OEj 0- O I
30 UNION SQUARE
MASS .NEWYORK CITY0.N R
For Sorofula, and all
scrofulous diseases, Erysi
pelas, Rose, or St. Antho
ny's Fire, Eruptions and
Eruptive diseases of the
kkini, Ulcerations of tho
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys,
Lungs, Pimples, Pustules,
Iloils, Bloteces, Tumors,
Tetter, Salt Rheumn, Scald
Head, Ringworm, Ulcers,
Sores, lheumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in
the Bones, Side and Head, Femalo
Weakness, Sterility, Leucorrhoa, arising
from internal ulceration, and Uterino
disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
General Debility, and for Purifying the
This Sarsaparilla is a combination of
vegetable alteratives -Stillingia, Man..
drake, Yellow Dock -with the lodides
of Potassium and Iron, and Is the most
eflicacious medicine' yet known for
the diseases it Is intended to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully com
bined, that the full alterativo effect of
each is assured, and while it Is so mild
as to be harmless even to chirdren, it is
still so effectual as topurge out from the
system those imipurities and corruptions
which develop into loathsome dlisease.
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from it~s cures, and the confidence whlichl
prominent phy'sicians all over the coun
try repose in it, prove theircexperience
of it usefulness.
Certificates attesting its virtues have
accumulated, and are constantly being
received, and as many of these cases are
publicly known, they furnish convincing
evidence of the superiority of this Sar
saparilla over every other alterative
medicine. Se generally is Its superi..
ority to any other medicine known, that
we need do no more than to assure the
public that the biest qualities it has ever
possessed are strictly naintaincd.
Dr. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell, Msas.,
Pr~actical and Analytical Ch~enists.
SOLD DT ALL DRiuGoISTs EvERYwIIERK.
PRESER~IVE~ YOUR OLD BOOKS.
E. R. STOKES,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTUJRER
H AS moved opposite the city Hall
where lie'Is fully prepared, with
flrst.-class workmen, to do all- kinds of
work In his line.
BL ANK BOOKS RULED to any pattern
and bound in any style desired.
My facilities and long acquaintance with'
the b~usi ness enable me: to guarantee
satisfaction on orders for Blank Books,
Railroad Books, and Books for the use of
Clerks of Court, Sheriffa, Probate Judges,
Masters in Equity, and other county ofi
cials. Pamphlets, Magazines, Music,
Newspapers and Periodicals and all kindu
of publietntions bound on the most rea
sonable terms and in the best menner, All
orders promptly attended to.
E.B R.TOKES, -
Main stret, opposite new City H~all, 'o.
SMITH'S WORM OI