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TOWN AND pOUNTY.
,ItURtSDAY, December 4, a i : 1870.
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Winnshoro Publishing Company'
Winnsboro, S. C-.
Horses and Mules-A. Williford.
F. F. E. Company-J. E. McDoiiald,
Tax Notice-E. S. Chandler, Clerk.
For Sale-W. P. Gibson.
Me need not be physicians to know
when we have and how to cure a cold.
We can have a special physician always
near, by keeping convenient a bottle
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 25
A telcgmiu received yesterday after
noon states that Associate Justicc Has
kell has been elected President of the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Ra-ilroad. We presume that Judge
I-Taskell's acceptance of the position
would necessitate is resignation of
his seat on the Supreme Bench.
The entertainment at the Thespian
Hall on blonday night was. well at
tended. The plays were very credita
bly rendered, and the tableaux were
unusually five. The pantoiniite,
"What those get who go to law," was
very funny. At the close of the per
formance, the young peoplO had a
dance, which of course passed off
PnoCmmNisas or CoUxLr..-CouIcil
held its regular mnothly meeting in
tbc.Council roon on the 30th Noveim
ber, at -7 o'clock, p. m. Present.: In
tendant Brico and .Wardens Cum
mings, Chandler, Fant and Robertson.
The time for tle collection o' tow.n
taxes was extended till the 15th De
cember, inclusive. Mr. U. G. Des
portes made application for retail
liquors license, which was granted.
Council theit went into an dlectionI for
one policeman, which resulted in t,1e
cllcoof. Mr.'Jno. E. Williams'. A.
REPORT OF THlE ToivN CRKn~.--Thc
following is the monthly statement of
the Towni Clerk and Treasurer for No
Nov. 1 -To balance........$439.00
Nov. 5 -.W. R. Garrison, rent
of market.......... 24.00
Nov. 5 -Thorne Coynedy Co. 10.O00
Nov. 30-Licenses.. ......... 4.00
Nov. 30-Taxes........ ...... 483.66
. Total............. $960.66
Nov. 1 -By charity........ $ 1.90
Nov. 1 -Jt. W. Phillips, lumi
Nov. 8 -F. F. E0.Co., balanlce
Nov. 10-Watchman at fire 11.75
Nov. 12-Note in Blank. ..... 200.00
Nov. 12-RlentofUH. and L. Co.
shcel, to G. W. Craw
Nov. 24-Tax Book............5.00
Nov. 80--Work on streets.... 41.40
Nov. 30-J. E'. W~illiams1, Po
Nov. 30-W. B. Gil bert, PolIce 40.00
Nov. 30-A bram M u n r o e,
Balance.....- ... $561.51
.TH E CHII EwFJUHTICESY1IP.
- Judge Wuilard Claims that Hie was Elected
f er SixilYears--A Question on Which there
is Somd Rloom'for Diftorence of Opinion.
Thme Columbia correspondent of the
Chwrleston NYews and Courier wrihes:
The exctommont on tho subject of the
Chief Justiceship Is Increasing, and
the air Is thick with rmnors. Chief
Justice Willard claims that hise election
(although ini terms for the unexpired
term of Judge Moses) entities hhiu to
hold offie for a fill term of six years,
and it Is said that he is determinaed to
maintain thlat position. lin the event
that a successor shall be elected by the
Legislature Judge Willard wvill leave
it io ,that ,juidge-eoect to obtaiti the
offibo by quo 'warranto. The quess
tions at issue would be dotermined by
-the Supreme Court. Judge Willard
being an interested party could not sit
at the hearing, and Associate Justico
McoIvor'is a candidate for Chief JustIco
* and most likely would be tihe claimant.
Tile jtidges to. fill the Court to hear the
case would be ap~pointed by tile Gov
ernor, but the Goverinor Is acendidate
for tho 8tjpromo Bench to fill tile va
cancy to be caused by Judge Mclvor'd
under which th5he utc seet
-edt, roads tius:
'aThe Supreme Court shall conas of
tices, twvo of Whom'shall constitute a
quorum. They' shall be oldoted 1;y a
.Joint vote of the GnrlAo~i
~hil be elect~od ad ' #411ed They
shall b6 soe asIfled th on f the
be filled by election as herein pre
scribed': PYrorided, That ii the unox
pired terI (1008 not exceed one year,
such vacancy may be filled by execu
tive appollitilloit. (Idem, ? 11.) '
Somewhat similar to the provision
as to the Supreme Court, is the sec
tion 'providing for Circuit Judges,
which is as follows:
The State shall be divided into con
venient circuits, and for each circuit at
Judge shall be elected by joint ballot
of t(e Getral Assembly, who shall
hold his office for the' term of four
years. (Idem, ? 13.)
in the ease of Whipper vs. Reed,
the Supreme Court held: "A Circuit
Judge elected by the Legislature under
Article 1V., Section 11, of the Consti
tution of the State, to fill a vacancy in
the office, holds, under Section 13 of
the same Article, for the full trni of
four years, and not merely for the un
expired term of the Judge in whose
place he was elected.'"
As to the term of the Clerk of the
Circu't Court, the Constitution says:
There shall be elected in each coun
ty, by the electors thereof, one Clerk
for the Court of Common Pleas, who
shall hold his ofico for the term of four
years, and until his successor shall be
elected and qualifled. (Ibid, j 27.)
Under this section, (which will be
found practically identical with the
section fixing the term of the Chief
Justice) the Supreme Court, in
Wright vs. Charles, a case from Dar
lington, decided inl 1873, say: ''The
Clerk of the Court ofCommon Pleas
Lolds his office under the Constitution,
'for tihe teri of four years'; and this
whether lie was elected because his
predecessor's term had expired, or
because the person elected hadaailed
to qualify, or because of a vacancy
caused by the death or resignation of
the incuimboit, or by any other cause.'
Tle only difference between the
provision as to the Chief Justice and
that as to the Clerk of Court, is that in
the former there are added the pro.
vision tha( the J usatcs of the Supreme
Court, ''shall be so classikled that one
of' the Justices shall go out of offile
every two years." If ti.e full term be
given to ehch Justice, whlencver elect
ed, I his provi.sion could not be literally
calrrie(d ouit-the v-acanmcies occurring at
irregular intervals. But it is hard to
conceive that this clause should be
perimitted to supersede the general
principle runiing through several
Upon the whole, it would seem that
Judge Willard's view is correct, and
that ho is entitled to hold his office for
six years from the date of his election
-May 15, 1877.
T'HE FE NOR LA Wf.
Mess.-s. Editors: Please call the at
tention of our members specially, and
that of the Legislature generally, to
the necessity for a change in the ibnce
law. As at present arranged, the
county pays for the fhncing out of the
stock of' those townships which have
not made the change-altholigh they
are protected by law from deprneda
tions of tis kind. There are those of
us wh'lo tink that the necessities of
agriculture and scientific requirements
demand a the change recently made ;
and we don't tinmk that we should be
for'ccd to bear the burdens of those of
our citizens who from want of general
information on this subject are op
posed to the new lawv. Let them pa~y
for' the large advantage which they
claim under the old law, by keeping
ump their own fences. It is an. outrage
to require townships which are en
Jighitenied enough to have abolished
fences to keel) tup, at heavy expense,
a practice which is ruining the country
and destroying timber uselessly. Let
us have justice, gentlemen of the
Legislature, or you will be held to
account. RusTY Cuss.
Gladdon's.1-rove, Dec. 1, 1879,
-A wag who had lent a minister a
horse that had run away and thrown
the clergyman, claimed credit for
spreading the gospel.
-The supreme moment of a loafer's
life iswhenm a candidate asks for the
use of his influence wvith the working
men of his ward.
-It is maanst the law to carry con
cealed arms, yet it is nothing uuncom
mon un'mnoonlighit evenings to see
young ladies with halfconicealed arms
~'round their w aists. But that ain't the
-ind that go oil'; they stay there,
-Joe Cook is at Ticonderoga eiphor
ing out thme reason why the unknowvn
preponderance of the luminous ego
causes~lhetrogeneous infinity of the dle
pioerable bioplast to give away before
the laughter of the soul at itself.
-Louise, Victoria and Maud, the
young daughter's of the Princee of
\Wales, rarely appear in public in any
but the' sinplest dresses. They are
sometimes seen-with their mother at
thme theatre in plain white linen or
cotton sallol- dresses, with. a little red
tr'imming, and they are often met rid
ing and driving in neat sailor dresses
of dar'k blue woolen. They wvent with
their father and mother to the recent
French fiur ha gowns of plain pinik
cambric, with sashes of crimson hiar
milzing with the pink.
--Thme revenue taws of Texas, espe
cially the boll-punch, which recently
went into oper'ationm, have met such
opposition from combinations in the
cities that the State has been deflraud
ed of her dues, anmd Governor Rloberts
has felt himself called upon officially
to 'proohaim thme fact. lHe urges the
officials to prosecute offenders speedily,
anmd reottests all good citizens to back
them up in it. Virginia also has great
trouble in enforcing -her bell-punch
law, and another effort to repeal it
will be made at the coming session of
rWILL have a lot o~ go4 yu*m
;j fd. fer nIed Uuve t(tKft'
Wwsbto 0 0the a
A LOT of miloh cows. Will iako eas
or benf cattle in )ay.
1.0. E.1 C'MANrY.
3HE regular monthly mieeting of 'tle
Fairdeld Firo Engino Companiy wil
be hold in the Town Hall on Fiday even
ing, 5th inst., at 7 o'clock.
J. E. McDONALD,
deo 6 Secretary.
' lHE time for the collection of town tax
.es ha been extended to the 15t o
Deceniber, inclusive, anfter which excou.
tioin will issue against aill delinq(jueiJts
The Police will bo furnished with lists o
all persons between the ages of s'xteel
and fifty-five, liable to poll tax, an d ar
authorized to colloot the same,
By order of Council.
E. S. CIANDLER,
deo 4-td Clerk.
_ EYJOVA L.
H11E undersigned hereby gives notic
. that ho has removed his residene
to the dwelling formerly occupied by Dr
Isaiah 'imipson. 011co in the rear of th
Court House, as heretof.'re.
R B. If ANAIIAN, M. D.
P1JRE WrniITE OI].
-150 DE'GiEES FIREC TE-sT.
E rconmmc.nd the 71E1STA211
OIL as i safe illuminator. It it
as clear and white as water, conseqieitl,
gives a brilliant light, with very litti
odor. Try it. The price is less tha
ever. J. M. 11EA1TY & CO.
r 1IIE uindersigned havo formed a part
.. norship under tho siylo of LYLE
& BARRON, for the practie of law in al
the courts of Fairfield county.
WM. It. LYLES,
oot l8-txlawGw J. T. BAIRON.
rpHiE underrigned begs leavo to inforn
I his cutomers and the public gener
ally that he is prepared to give satti'4um
fion to all who may favor himl with thei1
ii. o. 1UT'CIIESON
v'ill shave you with 1n(oi:ity-cutttin
dycing anrd drei.r4:ng in the latebt and
most approved styl -, wit.h
J. M. McCALL
At the Cihampion UnarberShop adi(l Sham
pooing Saloon, Winnsboro, S. 0.
W HOL ESALE AND RiEAIL
GROCERS AND COMMISSIOI
No 174 Main SL (White Front)
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
We have Mr. 3. 5. Gladlney with us. H
will be glad to ace all of hli old friends
(4ive us a call before purchasing olse
whore. AUG*HTRY & MARTIN.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest ns
sortmients of Liquors in the Bore. On
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Neotar
1840; Three Barrels of fine old R yo Whi:
key:' 1st, Old Imperial Cabinet S~'hiskea
9 years old; 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle,
ditto; 3rd, Roanoke R -e, the oldest, I
ditto. Corn Whiskey of the best grades
North Carolina Corn, Sweet and Seur MasI
of the best grados. Also, Wines andl Brar
(lies of th a finest brands, I have also
Sin' lot of Cigars and Tobaceo which
will dia'>ose of at reasonable p~rices foc
cash only. Give me a oall, and I will tror
you right. Philadelphia Lager Beer al
ways on hand from the celebrate d frrm c
Borger and Engell. You ean find me r
all times at the Bar under the Winnsbor
Hotel, next doer to D. R. Flonniken't
Call and see me. 3. OLENDINING.
COllnOr & Chaidi
HAVE ENLARGED THEIR STOOK( 0:
Making it entirely unnecessiry for the
eustomers to go outside of Winnsboro f<
agry article in their liDne. They lodp
themselves to give ad vantages in regard I
VAIETY, QUALITY AND PR101J
Extra fine articles which the mark
will not juistlfy lIn stook, will bo prooure
on short notlo.
~Ifis TO$O00 ayear, or$5 to $20 adi
UUt~rt In your locality. No rliak. W
h1e do a wel a e. Mai.ny mke me
to make taoney fast. Any one can do the wrie
IYou oan mAke frein 50 eto, to $2 'tn hour by d
votIn yousr evenIns and spare titmne to L1
buts . 'Nothing like It for mnoneyr makll
ever offred before. Business plearsatnt. to
ISt.rlottly honorable. Reader, if you wvat
knew All about the boati paying business boe
thme publo senad us yours address and w
sOna yotU rull narttoulars aned prIvate torL
free- samples wbribh $4 also free; you can th4
mtan ywour~dbfor yourself. Address
Aug 19-temz (0,!ta M
DURE ye Whiskey, Al., Porter ar
.L Soda WA r foraate by
d teD ,aoi4 1ayk att&
FIl1E INSURANCE AGENCY
JAMEA W. LAW.
70o the .Public'
Why not inanre yontr property? See
the cost of a per dielln expense:
Dl.iily cost of inmuriu'.' $1,000 at 3 per
cent per animi is only cents.
At I. pr 1oot. por anut is only 7 e.
At .1 per cunt. por naunt is oily 4 c.
At I per cent. per arinu is on ly' 2- o.
At . per cent. per ainnim is only 2 c*.
At . per cent for 3 year is only . wic.
At I A per cent. for 3 years is on'y 1.:15 e.
At 11 per cent. for;) years is n Il (.i8 c
At V per cent. for 5 years is only 1.1 c.
Dwellings in town or country, dotaueh
ed, insurable at tho following rates, viz.
For one year I por cont.
For three years 14 per cent.
For five years "I per cent.
larn4 anid conitent", gin house4, balodl
cotton, store house, merchanl iso, mills
and c-1 urches insutaible at alcj(niate rates.
I represent Only the very best .compa
nies oflong experien-ce and well esitablI 4:,h
JAMES W. LAW,
ARRI'VIN0 EV Erff'1Y DA Y.
NEW and stylish Dress Goods, Fall
n "t Win ter Prints-f.el eel ,
11leachi" .tgs, 'ottonil .r.11flne's. U31e .e(:
aind .t i .ndies' .1nl C Ills' Ur:ler
we-r. A palidy ini G.ntzs' \\-hite t- hirts
--a t ried emi uni'-aan ried. .o-0'!
t.hing stylish and nobby in Gunts' ztiff
NOTIONS! NOTIONS! NOTIONS1
Something handsome in Ladies' Ties.
Wo would cilil speial aftanltion to ourti
lar;e stocl; of' tie oelehmintel .1iy Ft
ina~dard Screw. Boots an-l Hboees. (3 enIts'
filn anid heavy Boots andl Slims, for dro s
awol plu antlim we. L412iies', :iisseg' awl
ildren'!; WIo0! inl grat variety of mane
mtzte. 'hCe t:oods ai e varrateold not- to
rp, and wi wiil return the price paid for
overy pair ro-to*ntd to. ua with wvood or
papo- in the solce.
Fresh Groceries arriving daily.
J. M. BEA TY & CO.
CWOW FOO D.
1000 LBS. Wheatt Bran. for salo
r, S~J at the Store of W. H.
A largo lot of the favorite brands
-of Augusta Flour.
'tIrish Potatoes, Saur Kraut, Sn
t gar Cured Hamns, Blreakfast Bacon,
3 Newv Moss Shad, Nowv Moss Macker
01, all kinds & nice Syrups and Mo-'
lassos,.CHEAP FOR~ CASH.
W Hi. DONLY,
nov 29 On the Cor ncr.
M. L. KINARD,
OPPOSITE the WHEELER HIOUSE,
HAS received the largest stook of
Clothing that has over boon in Columbia,
and is soiling at
Elegant Cheviot and E~nalish Can'simeoro
Snits matde in) thO latest styles. Also, a
fItto line of Soft aind Stiillits, and a weoll
r seleoted lino of Over Coats, of Fur Beoav
r olra, Ulsters. Kersoys, id Meltons.
e C0all and Examine my stook before pur
oe hasing elsewhere.
MRt. JAMES R1. KENNEDY
3t Is with the above esfablIshmo~nt,- And
a would be p~leased to sue his friends when
in the city,
M. L. KINARlD,
Soct 4-Sm Columibia, 8. 0.
~ .~ A woolc in your O vn town, and no
to ~ U e'uiftal risked, nou can tcvo t.heO
litaness a t'I al withtout ecpense. 'The beat op.
porituit ever offered fo titoso wvillini t
work. ou shoud trfy nothing else un I you
re a0e for yourself Whatsyou oian do at the iut
Sness we otoer. No room to explain hoeo YOU
acan devoto all your timd ot'o ly. your sare
Stimno the business and f~aie. rsty-Tot
vyo hnr that odwor'k . 5 ~ eulcas
fl~his nn. 8en for spca pvat terms
Y st o~l~ ot br4tmsWile yu
'ILflTT~ Q~ ~oft1(nd, ino
' Aufg19toI y
1 6 iJ'aA
YELLOW FEVER.-BLACK VOMX
It Ii too oon to forget tie ravages of t it
tfarl t. easeK, wiIIChI will nto dioubt, returnl t1
at More i:llifnanit and virulent form in Cho tal
tilmont h or 1879.
MEltIMELL' IIEPATINE, a remedy discov
erIoI I, SoIthern Nubla and uedWi with ttel
W01(1erfIl tI'ltsKI In 8011111 America where th
Mnst aggravatedl caise1s of f4evcr are rout(I
cwises'N from o31 to tIwo o1nees of bile to 3
t olleretl or stralied froi tih1e blood eaelt thae I
pitsse.1 througsh thm liver, as lon 111 atian excesK
of bile exisl S. 113' Its 1wo'lOrfl alton on til
Liver and stom41$ eCh t lie ltrATINIC 1101 Oly1 pr
Vents o a. ert 1:ti0ny any kindl of Ieve'r 1in1
11114 k Vonit. * blit also cures lleadicehe, ColnilI
1)tMlml of 111th Bowels., Dy)spepsa ad al
No mlwe iae.d ftinr Yellow Fever who wil
(xp iNI I 11 Y alIarI :ll Poai on and exce's of bi!
ri 11 t Ih.o l by11 tbY III M11f A.l:34101 .'s llPPATIN.
wi3':his soldI by ll DrIligistI i In V5 cenit, an
0l.h) Ito! ties, orl will I sealt, by expires by th
A. P. M Rl It ELL & CO., Ph'ila., Pa.
Dr'. I'eIberton's Stillingia. or Qleen't
' r e1por'ts i'of wn:lrfitl etures of Itlheinfl
I'0, o. roftilh, -stll titt .i, ill, C-lVic"r
u:lersro ;or4s. M at. coine fromn ml; 1-ti) o
1311' o tt1'-y, tire niot onbly43 r i:1ktial'h- hi 4
IInaI '11 t 1 i3t3s to doil ti edi wasit, not ru ilt<
4 mil)ta'ice (if proof.
Romarkablo Cure of Sorofula, &o,
CA P OF COL. .1. C. IMANSON.
K IMUS1TOF, (IA., It'elllnb 1 Isi )SI.
GN'TA :- P0' SIx 1 ('011n yeaI'S I haltVCe1' been 1 gre41l
il0r i*rvr4 f S4ro ft 8tw a lit Is tuost. ikt ressini:
formns. I hve b4,'t conI'II34 1o myro11 11341t
boll fior lif2 1'n years ith Fer'-fillus ulleera
tI'on1s. 'I most approved re tile for 41t l
vt :-s 'h1l be1i t -,it, wi-l 3tIho inost ( ininlic-1
>hyI hi t h , wit'ewi anl y 3 te-1'.id
)#'il flt Th !t:s r ta <1 t.te .::1 is ra
. I wa:) . tvltot 1)r, Ayer'. (if Floyd I <l: 11.
t Y. aI.'., I 3itn1 t,.eof your Cotrop' tt0 l
1E,1';r 4 N,11 ligtit.d I4 1 .14t(it 'e mn Is n 3sil1''4h1(
Ittsn the rellef I obtainett~ from th lite (1
t1 ill' 111111ol k44 11. 1.; it) c.) nivey aLit utvitua ltt
Iie) of Ow 111:4,113' of 3my ;Iffkrilg h-ll rt:
"itibg yo.r t,:0:1141i14': i t t. 14) 3ay. I 1an.
1 r:11, . re- I',' lv alil4.411 cllntitl14'4 the ( 1
III 1 0i3\0 '1'i o f si )ill 1b1, uimntil vaI I en a.N
Ill "I tImI ectreil of 10ll p i. of fill dfis n
With n thimf t dit)11 ' 'le hI( , actti ve% plarstil II.Il
my prolesslin. More th1an 3 ight. n3101nlth Iv
olapset sinc- e lt.- retlkableo cure, with1ou1
l~l '11'1of t it- III414'
For t-he I rut h of I ie ahore Nit:11ene'1, I refei
t(o any 3 3 4itt h-itin 1in ILrio Coutit1y, Ga., 31mi4
(4) 49 05m11be, sW' 1 lie hr 3' of Cheprekt: Cireiults
Wh1" air3 nemt-tIn'II(-t IthI ml.. I shiall evel
ric'nairj, with I 1.htv d elelp t glit Itude,
Your obit-dt-litt s-rvan
J. c. IIAN!ON, AtWy. at Law.
W.l ;TPo I N r, G 4., Sept. 16, 187'1.
(nNTt-Mry 1a I ht w tI Wi1kel i iht 11
(1h1. Or .1ie, vRim. witmh witat wvas suppimtel to ht,
Acittv Uhetmath,1a, and was treate-d for thk
s:4. h n11 31000I mo3' . InI Mac1h, followfl f
1 11031' L 4hn ell& 1 work (tlt, of lit(' r4igh
arm43. .111 ("11 11 er Io lppI-ar til all i h- Ili h Not
tron, the elbow I thl :sh' t id jr1'II1 ';. 411' 0111
'34'' 4lee W;of ba t o ti. tot r*I '1 , 3o-3 ai4.
I1'. l Iss Wits th11,n prtonoen'llo oll- fy
W hIt. Swellg. A - h:fil'' g ieen colilte
.41h4tt' '.Ix 3t:.r.-, II 1* hw )441. inl it he ene( r49
Alstoi 414 I v:iee . I I: IIdst' l I o I ry I. I 'o
' Nn1'M Conind 1ra1 , 11 f wtIi l, it
ws 4 wiell 'a - l1:4! will h [I:, 'lieel i i.nl I hl:tv
corktime'l 1,4o u.,e of It t 11 thf pret- nt,.
.My dol:Milfter wasconkihitl to 1-'-r, hed ahowt
sIx 311 o-- !i' %h saII l p ), even1 0 1' 11tIn ov1
with ithe11 .- 1 ]40 low it-i uin All d v. p3)l
w' 1m t 111111' 11 3m -11:1 k11 ed a '4 : till
1, 1-m. Ifer --Iemlneral it i t!) 1.4 1ISOw% gcod. 3441l1
helllve %lie will, %-i he- 11114.h gai i 3 e"I111
wal' k well. I 1tt4tr11130 h1U' 1eover'1. with i10
blIeo'dng of God. to 1l thts o 0your Invaluabl
t'l graitlude, I am, yours trut1ly,
W. 13. JILANTON.
.Wl'!,T POI NT. M:I.. .eptA. 14, 1470.
C FNT1 :-Tl11h)4:1ver er Il ic"O or '1r. W. I
IllIl 'an wc' o41w ~tIl 4 -ri' to 1 A4 n Ig rlc
Tile f 1.i11"r 1 '-k o ; ht i4 l s 11 m (a ie 1 0, r'o'pect
ed c'i1 i.w.- will Cr1 t it It A% mlit rl'crene
canl Ibe~gIven w 14 m3:1) h)3 pir0113led.
VtA W k11,P& WALICEI, Druggists.
lHON. It ). W 1.1. 1A38.
rV- U)R. 1IRM 1II 10 ON'S s TI IANG IA li prc
par;-dl b13y A. V. M .lIm' t & C0.. 1'ha , Pa.
lohl ' by all Dr Pg' u In:1l boll k'-., Or 41n
by1' er'es. Agents wan4ted t(I canvas ever)
Bnd For look--"11ilors Slory'"-free to al
MX ItiCines. sel, to paol' pyablo in Insta.
JUT I ARIVMT.
Four' huindred pounds of Buck
A fino .selection of Raisins, Car
rants anid Citron.
Granulated' and pulverized Su
gars, and all grades of Brown su
CHEAP GOODS. .
E respoetfully call thle attention<
tiho pu1blic to our1 nOW lot<
Goods8, and( requesttt an inspection of the:
beforo pulrchaslng Our goods havo bee
calrefullly solected, bought tn4t bottol
prices, anrd wvill bo sold as lowv as' thec
can be bought from anybody .anywhera
Wo wvould eall th1o attention of th
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dress good:
Fatncy G.oods, Hlosiery, etc. A very~ pro
ty . assortmlont of Tie~s and otheri Nec
doods. Laces, Edgirags, Fr'illings, etc.i
Our Gonts' Good8 decpartment is eon
picto in every thing.
.in heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kemsoy,
are full up, at thto lowest p~ricos.
SHIOES!I SHOES!! SHIOES!!!
Come and examine our Shoes bofo1
buying. Call and seo 01ur stock, and a
will convince you that we sell goods
oboap as5 aniybody,
u)" We are agonis for 3. & P. Coat
Spool Cotton, and( Boelding Bros, & Co.
Spool Silk-tiew York P'rie's,
MEMASTER, DRIICE & C6.
0 fhSA month guaranteed, *19 a day
Shomuo madle by tihe industiou
(JpItol hot requIreh'e We Will stat't you.
women, 1ioys 'fnd reisiae mone (tetrI
wor'k fot 'li (.han a anythinit ese. .Tewol
ls ilV MIan pleasant.,. fId liich any tboneO 0f
0rght, at, inpWIlat 11 h
.hi itco 1 theoh'0 e~
IT lwia tio le ~'T~lo~~'
Scon my stock of furiniture, whicl
nowvet, anld lepenpst, accordin ' to q
nlow supply of Chromos, I tur Fra
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Fiurnitiiiro nem,
Lumber mnd L-iths for salo. I am
F actory. All ordor promptly Y)teudi
Wilson New Improved &ewinlg Macli
S P 1 O l e CO
0E1G. A. CL R
S n Pl,0 I 1ON.
whc i.i m A~;i. h A owain o
aTi'eia intish to rutecieo thirei is
tec trngt smooh~tht ii ~nd fmont eaito y
tt'wignt thread in tho mt rant ;. tr maob ino
leinilg it, h1as no ognal:i it is woundt on
Trhe Blck the mtlb
JT1! T 1$ I A.(J K
evecr produced in pl1 cottonl, beoing
dyved by a systemi patnted by ourselves.
Tihe colors; are (dyed by t ho
NEWV ANILINE PRIOCESS
rendrintg thntm so perfect. nnai brilhiant
that drosH'-mllhert every vghere use3 themi
instead of M(wing snilko.
A Goldu Medtal wags. awrardedi tis spool
cotton at, Paris. 187'9, for " great, strentgt h'
and "gegrid xcel lence~" ibeing ,he Itbih.
cat, award gciven f or tspool cott on.
Wo inivito compa 1nion an'd respecitfuliy
aisk ladiesq to give it a Iair Itil an d cout
vin o thelllves of its uniperi >rity over
Toc ho had at whtolosale and reta il of
JEANIS, JEANS, JEANS.
IKcrseiys, Cassdieos, etc. Finest
assortment wo havwoeover lad in stock
for sale at bottomn prices. Come and
a be convinced.
PRIINTS I PRINTS TI PRINTS!!!i
,f One hundred and fli'ly picces of choico
,f Prints-Prtty patterns.
'SHOES! SHOES-I! SHOES!!!
A splendid lino of Shoes and Boots,
t- Wo will selat
Portons needing anything in this
line wvill find it to (heir advantage to
'Inspecf. our stock before purchatsing
J. F. McMASTERU & CO.
a a unn
iS one of the Inrt, handsom]e1t
iuality', to ho found in Winnsboro. A.
mes, Wall Pockols, Brachots, Window
tly vpaircd.at moderatto prices.
agent for a Door, Sash and Blind
).I to. Also, agent for tho Wlheok
nto,.and two others.
1t. W. PHILLIPS.
30 UNION SQUARE
Ayor's Cathartic Pills,
For all tho purpones of a Family Physic,
and for ourin Costivenesa, Jaundice,
Indigostion, Vol stomacA, broath,
Headacho, Erynpolas, Rhoumatism,
Erupttons awl , kin Diseasos, Bil
iousiesa.. Dropsy, Tu nors,Worms,
Noura, nil a Minner Pill,
for 1'urifying the Blood,
Are thle most e
fective and conge.
-~i ma ugativeever
-are muil. butl ei'
'feetual in their
-o >eration, moving
tile hlowels Sml-elv
and without pain.
in their operation,
they are still the
most thorough 1111d
tic medicine that can be employed: cleans
ing tmle stomach and bowels. and evei the
blood. In smal doses ofC one lii l a day,
they rhimulate the digestive organs and
p~romlote vigorons health.
*AY'a'S' 1?il.I,8 havoe boon -known for
more than a quarter of a century, and have
obtained a world-wide reputation for' their
virtues. TIhey correct diseased .action in
the several assimilative' org~ans of the
body, and 'are so composed that obstruc
tions within their range canli rarely with
stand or' (vade them. Not only' do t hey
enre the every-day'' omplaints of every
bodyi, but. nlso formtidable and dlang'erouis
diseases that have hafiled the be'st of'
imman skill. Wh'Jile they prodncee p~oweri
fuzi elects, they are, at the saine timei, the
safest and best physie for children. JBy
their a perient action they gripe itnieh less
than theo commion pur1gatuves, and never
dive pain when the hiowels are not iniflamied.
They reach the vital f'ountains of' the bloodl,
and st renithein the systemi by freeing it
fromi the elements of weakness.
Adapted to all ages and (conditions in
all climates, containing neither caiomiel
nor any' delete'rious drug, these Pills may
hetknwith safety by anid.Thi
sugax -eoatinug preserves themt ever' fresh,
and mnakes them pleasant to take: while
being pur'ely vegetable, no harm can ar'ise
from their use in any quantity.
Df,. .. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,
Praucticaul antI Analytical Che,,Ita.
50OLD mY ALL~ I)RWUGi STS EV EtY WIIERE,
PRilESERVE YOUR OLD BOOKS.
*K Ri. STOKES,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER
...A9 mlOool 0o)posit( the ity Hlal
L.Lwhero h1( is fully prepared, with
firsnt-class workmon, to do all kinds of
workc in hisa line.
BL ANK BOOKS R~ULED to any pattorn
and bound in atiy style desired.
My facoilitlon and long aequtaintanco with
the >nusinesus enable m1e to guarantee
satisinction on ordeors for Blank'i Books,
Railroad Books, and Books for the use of
Clerks of Court, Shorifr;, Probate Jndtros,
Masters in Equity, and other county ofBR
clai. Pamphtlots, Maga'ines, Muiusia,
Newspapors and Periodicale and all kinds ''
of pnblications boundc on~ tho most rea'
sornable terims and in tihe best macnuer, All
orders promptly attended to. '
E. -R. STORES,
Main street, oposite new City Hall 0o