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TOWN AND COUN'Y.
SATURDAY, DecOmber 6, 1 t s- 1870,
Rr.~uxs oF Tmu NEWS AND JIERALD.
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Winnsboro Publishing Conpany'
Winnsboro, S. C.
Buildig and Loan Association-D.
It. Flenniken, Secretary.
Clothing-Sugenhehfner & Groe
Flnal Discharge-Joseph McMeekin.
Final Disclarge-Wn. B. Elkin.
The popular prejudices against pro
prietary remedies has long since been
conquered by the marvelous success
of such a remedy as Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. Used everywhere by every
body. Price.25 cents. *
Messrs. Sugenheimer. & Groesch
advertise a fina stock of ready-made
clothing. Their assortment is very
line, and they will sell at fair prices.
Their clothing dcpartment is now
conducted in a separate establishment
-the store'formerly occupied by Mr.
We are pleased to know that it was
Judge Win. M. Thomas who once de
cIded that cotton is an "article of
measurenent," The chances are
strongly in favor of the error of any
judicial opinion expressdd by Mr.
A bill has been introduced in the
n1ouse by Representative Brice to se
cure local taxation in Feasterville and
Monticello. The Feasterville Graded
School is already doing well under the
management of Professor Busby. The
Monticello Graded Schbol will open
on the second Monday in January, in
charge of Col. U1. C. Davis. We wish
- abundant success to both enterprises.
STOOKHmmOW' MEETINO .-Tle an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
C ,hiarlotte, Colunbia and Angusta Rail
roanI was held in Columbia on Wed
nesday in the city council chamber.
W.(B.Stanley, Esq., was l-ected clair
man and John Craig,,Esq., .scretary.
The Msda1 routine eff business was
tranisacted, incuding the reading of the
Difet~rsd eport. for..the year ending
September 30th, 1879, which showed
that the gross earnlings of the road for
the year were $478','491 .61; and- the ex
p)enditures $-437,964.72; leaving a bal
anice of $40,526.89 as the net earnings
for the past year. Directors for the
ensuing year wore then elected, and
the meeting thien adjour'ned. At a
meeting of the Directors, held subse
quently to that of' the stockholders, a
communication was received from Col.
John B. Palmer, tendering his resigna
tion of the presidency of the company
The resignation wvas accepted. The
- .Diredtors thon held an election for
presi^.ent, which resulted in the bhioice
.of Judge A. C. Haskell. -All thme offi
cers were re-elected. A preamble and
resolations, off'ered by ,Colonel Rion,
.expressig thanks to Coloiiel . Palmer
for his "untiring zeal, great efficiency
and financial ability," were unani
mnously adopted. A tribute of respect
to tlie late. C6.L. D. Childs was .alsr'
'T mi F10E IGH T ON COT TON.
The Railroad Commissioner Brings a Case
Before Judge Mackey-The Hearing Fix
ed for a Future Day.
The Columbia .Register of Wednes
day last says:
"On Friday last Jgudge Mackey, on
motion of the Attorney General, Issued
a rule to the Charlotte, Columbia and
-Augusta Railroad Companmy, to show
cause, on the 9th instant (December),
why an ipjunc~tion should nmot; lnes
prohbitinug and restraining them flrom
charging on bales of cotton by meas
urement in transportation of the samne.
Thmis action is inmitiated by the Railroad
CommIssioner, General M. L, Bion
ham, to test the right of the company
to charge freight on cotton otherwise
than by weight. The company has re
cently elassified cotton as a light arti
ole,-and charges frolglit upon it by
measurement at tile rate of 15 cents
per eubie foot. A case involving this
votffissnae was made at'Cheoster against
this eompany Iitho year 1871, and de
cided by Judge Thmomais in favor of the
-company. The next ease, on whmich an
appeal is how pending, entitled F. El
der & Co. vs. Tha CJharlo~tte, Columbia
,and-Augusta Railroad Company, was
heard a~bout two moiuths ago by Judge
Wallace at Winnsboro, and also decd
ed in favor of thme comnpany. In neith
or of tliese oases, however, was the
State represented, and in order to a
certain and fial determination of theC
* iss-and tomeet the possibility of the
dpellant in the latter'ease abanxdoning~
* his appoal, the Railroad Commissuion~i
has deemed It, due to the, publio te
make the preset issue befbo Judge
Mackey, in order to finally .settle the
char$IjliWe'rs 'ebten podriipaas~ts
their right to oharWe freight tupon' oet.
ton by measureibent. Col. -J. 1110:1lo
cepres4nt k 39mptlpy. in this rod
to be ietermined by measurement, a.
bloof-ade miy-be practically operated
as to this article against both of the
tcities named, and the cost of transport.
ing cotton may be so onhance(d by
this classifleation as materially to les
sen the profits of the planter. We
therefore look forward to this decision
with great interest. In view of this
proceeding the Supreme Court hs
postponed the hearing of the Elder case
in order that both cases may be heard
on appeal together."
We are-gratified to learn that Com
missioner Bonham has taken action in
the matter of freights on cotton. It is
a subject fliat Is of quite as much in
terest to the general public as to the
merchants of Winnsboro who have
been forced into court by extortionat
charges and unjusV discriminations.
We have understood that an effort has
been made to belittle the case of Elder
& Co. against the Railroad, by endeav
oring to show It as simply a fight for a
few dollars ofovercharged freight. It
is therefore all the more important
that the State should have a voice in
The 1egister speaks of "the possi
bility of the appellant in the Elder case
abandoning his appeal." There is no
such possibility, aund everybody knows
it. We presume the Iegister's infor
mation comes from some one in sympa
thy with the Railroad. Theronever has
been a single halt, or a moment's hesi
tation, on the part of the merchants of
Winnsboro since they began their fight
in the courts, last summer. Having
lost all confidence in the willingness of
the Company to do them justice or to
treat their wishes with courteous con
sideration, they submitted their rights
to the cotirts; and they will scarcely
back out at this late stage of the fight.
LEG1i 1ATIVE PROCR EDIVOS.
W.EDNESDAY, December 8, 1879.
A miumber of bills were introduced,
among them the following:
Mr. McCall-Bill to regulate the
classifleation of cotton conveyed by
railroads and other public carriers.
Several bills, of local or limited in
terest, were passed to a third reading.
Mr. Taft moved that the considera
tion of his resolution as to the treat
menit of the convicts be made the
special order for the 16th of December,
at 1 p. in. The motion was adopted.
HOUSE OF IEPRESENTAT1YES.
A large number of bills and resolu
tions were introduced, read by title,
and properly referred.
Mr. Gaillard, from 'the committee
on the judiciary, submitted anl unfa
vorable report on a bill to establish a
Master for the sixth circuit.
The committee on privileges and
elections m1ade a report, tatim.g that
the office of Chief Justice will become
vacant on the 31st of July, 1880, but
recommended that in view of the m
portance of the questions involved, the
matter be referred to the committe
onm the judiciary. It was so ordered.
A bill to prevent the intermarriage
of the races was, after a long debate,
passed1 to a third reading.
Several bills and resolutions, of local
or limited interest, were passed to a
THUnsDAY, December 4, 1879.
A number of bills, -resolutionms and
petit ions were introduced and proper
Mr. B radley Introduced a concurrent
resolution to extend the time for pay
ing taxes, and to reniit the 15 per cent.
penailty, which was imm~diately coni
sidered and adopted.
Bill authorizing the Supreme Court
to admit aJplicants to praetise lawv
without the requisite two years' study,
wvas passed to a third reading.
Several bills and resoluti one, of
local interest only, were passed to a
IIOUSE OF REPREsENTATIVEs,
A number of bills and resolutions
wereit roduced anid properly referred.
The bill to prevent and punish the
intermarrying of races w~as passed and
etirolled for raitification.
A bill, with a favorable report, to
pension tihe maimed South Carolina
Confederate soldiers of thme late war
between the States, was made the spe
cial order for Thursday at 1 o'clock.
Joint resolution, reported on favor
bly with amendments, to pay to the
widow of the late Geni. R. H. Ander
son the balance of the salary he would
have beeni entitled to as Phosphate
Agent for one year, had lie survived
for that length of time, passed to a
TErB 0. 0. AND A. RAILROAD.
A Sketch of Its Progress Since the Close of.
the War-Porty Thousand Dollars Not
At the recent meeting of the stock
holders of the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augustq Railroad Company, the
following communication was submit
ted by Col. J. B. Palmer, the late
As it is my intention, formed some
time since, to be a bsent from the coun
try for a tinme, and to retire n'om the
Presidency ofithis oorporation, which
I have held for the last seven years, I
desire to express to the shareholders
my grateti appreciation of the confi
dence they have extended to me, and
to congratulate them upon tihe im
proved condition and prospects of
The termination of the war found
the Charlotte and South Carolhia
Ruilroad Compauf with torn up tracks,
destroyed bridges anid ruined treasury.
By the indomitble energy of my pro
.decessor bridges were rebuilt, depote
oretetd and track relaid with such
iron as could be had and the road ex
tenddd to Augusta." Energy jmud busi
ness ability had effected much, butI
there was a limit beyond which these
could not pas, and when I became
'President, n 1872, the company had a
floating deb of about three-quart6rs of
a million, being. carried, at an oxpense
in interest of from'teh per cent to thir
teoen and one-half por Gout. per annitm
-t.he latter being the bank rate'-and
its road-bed,. equipmnents and other
fiscal year', occurred the nemorable
panic of 1873, which Was sueceeded by
a period of unexaipled glooli andi
commercial depression, Causing, with
the openiig of' the new rival roads to
the soulIvest, a yearly increasing
shrinkage in our receipts. Dluring
this peiod voril company, weighed
down by its harassing load bf debt,
engaged, as did the other railroad cor
porit ions of the State, in a desperate
aiid almost hopeless sttraggle for ex,
istence. In this battle 0 for litl nearly
all the roads in South Carolina suc
cumbed, and passed into the hainds ot
receivers. That votrs was cirried
sat'ly through, all Ih.tt it was enabled
in 1876 to Atitd $700,000 o' its Iloat inw
debt by a sale of 1ih .;t1 and secoit
mortgage bonds, in equa-l1 quantities,
at a rate which was conisiderled, a1t the
time and uider the cireumstuices, quite
exceptional, is an evidence of its inho
Thus you passed through that fiery
ordeal, and now at the dawn of a pe
riod as full of commercial pronise as
the past six years have been of gloom;
with a net profit of over $10,000, car
ried to the credit of profit and loss, as
the result of your hast year's opera
tions; with the longer hauls of freight
that are now secured to you, and with
your improved passenger connections,
the futtre success of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Atigusta Ilailroad
would seem to be assured.
.JOHN B. PALMER.
II YAMENEA L.
MARRIED-On the 3d of Decem
ber, 1879, at the residence of the
bride's father, by the Rev. J. S. Con
nor, Mn. W. L. RAB to MISS MITTIE
L. RAnn--both of Fairfield.
MARRIED-On the 4th of Decein
ber, 1879, at the residence ofthe bride's
mother, by the Rev.- W. II. Millen,
HM. C. K. RAnn to Miss L. I. Puov
INCE-both of Fairfleld.
B.AND L. ASSOCIATION.
I'IHE 653th reular nvetiig ot uto wivis
boWre Bullding ani Loanl A5S'oelationi
will be held in the I owt flail nn %olay (ven
ing, the Sll' instant at To'ciock. Menbers wil
bring their books am pay thieh iimitbly ht aI
ments at, or before hat (tme, otiorwis~e the
penalty of teii centi per share win lbei chargi
after the meting. ire will bo iremn
twenty-three iundred t.o t.we ty-flve huivre:l
[loltars on hand. Seventy-fie dollar3 per share
will be the maximum.
D. It. FLENNIK EN,
dec 6 Secy. aid 'reas.
NOTICE FOR FINAL DISCIIARGE.
N OTICE is hereby given that I will
apply to the Judge of Probate of
Fairfield County on Monday. 6th day of
January, 1880, for a final discharge na
Exeontor of the Estate of Andrew Mc
doo 6-t133 . Executor.
NOTICE FOR FINAL DISCHARGE.
N OTICE 'is hereby given that I will
apply to the Judge of Probate of
Fairfield county fur a final discharge as
Administrator of the EsLato of Ilenry W.
Parr, deceased, on Tuesday, January 6,
18,10. W M. B. ELKIN,
deo 6-f1x3 , Adnr.
AUGHTY & NRTI
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
No 174 Main St. (White Front)
* COLUr1BIA, S. 0.
We have Mr. J. S. Glalney with us. He
will be glad to see all of isi obl friend.s.
Give us a call before pa rob~asiniz else
whei o. AUGH TRY & MAR TIN.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as..
sortmente of Liquors in the Boro. One
Barrel of Gibson's (Jelebrated Old Nectar,
1840; Three Barrels of fine old live W~his
key: 1st, Old Imperial Cabinet Wvhiskey,
9 years old; 2nd, also, the Miabel Belle, 9)
ditto; 3rd, Roanoke Rvo, the oldeat,18
ditto. Corn Whiskey ot' the best grades.
North Carolina Corn, Sweet an d Sour Mash.
of the beet grades Also, WVines and Bran,
dies of th e finest brands, I have also a
fin', lot of Cfgara and Tiobacco wvhich I
will dis',ose of at reasonable p~rlces for
cash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
you right. Philadelphia Lager Beer al
ways on hand from the oAlebrated firm of
Bergeor and Engeil. You on find me at
all times at the Bar under the Winnsboro
Hotel, next door to D. R. Flenniken 's.
Call and see me. J. OLENINLING.
Conf & Chlliler
HAVE ENLARGEiD THEIR STOOK 01
GLASS WA RE
Makingi6 entirely unneessry for theli
custoI~pers to go outside of Winnsboro for
any artiele in th412 line. They pledgd
thoenselves to give advantages in regard to
VAPIETY, QUALITY AND PRtCE,
Ezir fine atiot s *hfoj the markei
w~no a Unu Zvil h prooc
FIRt INSURANCE AGENCY
JA iES W. L4A'W.
'io the .Publie:
Why not ilsure your property ? See
tlo cost of a per diemii expouse:
Daily cost of insurite. A1,004 at 3 per
vent per annun is only 88 cents.
At 2 por co-it. per antilur is only 7 o.
At 1. per cent. por anuin'in only 4 o.
At I per evnt. per annnm is onfly 2. o,
At . per cent. per ainnum is onlyv 2 c.
At2 por cent for 3 years is only 1.88 e.
At 1 por cent. for 3 years is ony 1.35 c.
At 1 por Cent. for b years is only 0.88 c -
At V per cent. for 5 years is only 1.1 .
Dwellings in town or country, d3tach
ed, insurable at the following rates, viz.
For one year , por cent.
For three years 11 per cit.
For livo years per cent..
larns and colteits, gin houses, baled
cotton, store omises, merchanidime, nills
and clrurches insuraOle at adequate rate4.
I represent only tie very host compa
nies oflong experienco and well estabish
JAMES W. LAM,
ARRIVING EVERY DAY.
N E Tand sfyl h Dress Goods, Fall
anld Wimr-r Priain'-selected,
leaching, Cottom -l 'iv's, Bleached
iand 11n.wn Ladie' end Itnts' Under
we .r. A Ieialty ii Gen' Whito Shirts
--laundried and ; xlau tried. 80mo
thing stylish and notly. .a Gents' Stiif
NOTIONS! NOTIONS! NOTIONS!
Something handsonio in Ladies' Ties.
We would call speoial attention to- our
largo stock of the celebrated Bay State
Standard Screw Boots and Shoes. Gents'
fine and heavy Boots and Shoes, for dre 8
and plaitatioi use. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Shoes in great variety of samo
make. These goods ame warrnted not to
rip. and we will retura the prico paid for
every pair returned to us with wood or
paper in the soles.
Fresh Groceries arriving daily.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
C OW F O OD.
1 . LBS. Wheat Bran. for sale
1 & at tho Storo of WV. H.
A large lot of the favorite brands
of Augusta Floar.
Irish Potatoes, Saur Kraut, Su
gar Cured Hams, .Breakfast Bacon,
Now Moss Shad, Now Mess Mvacker
el, all kinds of nice Syrups and Mo
lassos,_CHETAP FOR CASH.
W H. DONLJY,
nov 29 On the Corne1r.
M. L. KINARD,
OPPOSITE the WHEELER HOUSE,
HAS received the largest stock of
Clothing that has'oer boon in Columbia,
and is selling at
Elegant Cheviot and English Cassimero
Suits made in the latest styles. Also, a
line line of Soft and Stiff hats4 and a well
soleotedi line of Over Coats, of Fur Bhoav
oe, 'Ulsters, Kereys, anid Molton..
Call and Examine my stock before pur
MR. JAMES R. KE1NNEiDY
is with. the above cstabll'hmont, and
would be pleased to see his friends when
in the city.
M. L. INARD,
ot 4-3m . Columbia, 8. 0.
duL A week in yur own to'Wvn, and no
Ucapital iked. You can give the
bslness a tria wiltt~ eXpense. The Dost OD
p9rtunitr'eVor. offered frthose willing to
work. YOu should try noting else untir you
see fOr yotrisolf whmatyoetican do at the busi
ness we oftor. No room to explain here. You
can devoe-' All yor -tire or only~ your sare
time to the bsness, and make great afor
overy hour tha yoworkc. Women ntkeas
Inueh as men'. en for spoelal privat tertns
and art~Ieun1s which wonmaillfree. 35 outfit
co't 0pai fha times while you
HLLETTr 00U.SPortland, Main4.
YELLOW FEVER.-BLAOK VOMII
It 19 too soon to forget Ilic ravages of thil
tOrt ible d-Iellse, which will io doubt, return Ilf
R1 Mtore 11-11ant1111, and virulent formn lit the fall
Inonth s of 1879.
INtIUEL1,'8 IIEPAITINE, a reinedy dliscov
ered in 8:ntheia Nubla and us with such
wn1tiert'(ti results lin Houth Aieriza where tho
MO1.M iggravated c:1se of fever ar1 fotuni,
atum1s froa one to two Oune.,; of bile to )o
Iliti et( or stralinerl fron the ilood ea00 h tite It
pIassus Ilrolglh tile liver, 4s long as atll x4'xV'0.
of bil' e t x1s4. y its wonierli(i action oil tht
,iveranl 4 8tornih t ik r III. jiA'xp not. only pre.
vi'nt to a t Iertainly ailly' kind of ver 1anl
11--k Vomlill. htilli lso cu-e., tintelac , Colustt
Il)tion of th1e Howel, Iy)Spepsla andi ;.1l
No one i'I frear, 'ellow Fever wito will
4\ 1 I ] ' il:- V 1.11 I'4 lokm wiuel ex"4es44 of hille
lont1 fi ble n:1 by ising 31 an3st.l.'s 11:PATit:,
w1ull!h 1, 44111 by alilt IIruerh4,ts Iin '23 cent, and
$a.41 b(t# tlea,or will b.- sent, by express by tlie
A. F. M El ItILK. & CO., lIla., Pa.
Dr. Pemberton's S1 illinoia or Oueeit'.'s
PITheIf repI orts of wo intii Ienreq of IthIfriInit
lism, Scroflta, Salt lihlii. Syphilis, Uanetr.
Ulcers itatid Sores, I hat come from in). 1l 4 rs of
the ounitry, aire not onily renikable hilt. so
iI ra(tllIOtis '14 t4o I douhted waS It. not, fur the
abindance' or prooIf.
Romarkablo Cure of Scrofula, MQ.
UAKE OF COL. J. C. IRANSON.
K4I NGSTON, UA., beptelnbrI' 1871.
(1RNTH :-For SIxt' en years I have b'tl1 a grea t
811ferer froln Scrofula t Iits most, ditrsrI:,g
orsIn. I haeve beti confined to uty ron an1
hed for I414i9 '111ee4t year's wvih Ser ilo'ts (leera
tions". The Ituost approvedi rentedles for stiolh
Cases hl heen uw ll#, an it- 4uost n11111nl.
14h13lal s 4 c1nsilt4e4 . wititott. i'1y decldel
efiet. Tulis pros rated, Elst:1. (14poid
in4g, I was a'ivisert by Ill. Ayer. of Floyd co41n
14 '.4Ga., t o entunilitec li 14 us of yOUr Corni ellllll
I r11t st.811 liia. .ab1guttall e la as I I iA4.1 illdeilt,
to ' sri' l ihe relif fit! obl ll) froll the itse 04
h lit! tit tillligI its It, I to clivey 4i44 a(l' lte
Idea of the Intensity of m1y suffIt ring h.'for'o
wisIng '1' otirl, .edlein4 : sillelinI to sity. I a.ini.
dolnl fil otherreinelies and cont n1 t411tliie use
of 3 o10'tr Extralct of Stilllingial. 111111 1 ('411n Say
triuly "I 4in (ure, of all palil," 01f 4ll disease.
W1Ih 4ot ing to obst rtiet, Ih 4ctive ptrllolt. of
iny prof0esIotn. Mtore Iil eiht 1114:ths huim.e
elitpset since this reiarkabilo cure, withutil,
fi1lny, return of lio (1iealse.
For lie tritt 1h of I lie above stat.at'int., 1 refer
to finty gentl l'ieiian in) Harlow (oly01143, Ga., and
to l.1e uiatte s of t he blar, of Chorokee Circult,
who ar41 acilitaintec with 41e. I shiall over
reut:a, w It 1b 1h df,-eepest grat itude,
Your obedil, serviut,
J. C. BH IA N'ON, Att'y. at Law.
W EST POI NT, (;.A., Sopt.. 16, 1870.
.irts:-Nly (aughter waii aken on4 (li, 25th
day13 Of Jl kine, 181,. with whalt wOSit slppose-d t~o l't:
Acuto Rheulnaitin.l, an wa4 Irated. for te
sai1o wviti no steess0 . In AMarah, f(oo1wI4,
plices of bone tegin Lo work out, (if t he right
armn, and( ('011hl1ted to appear till aill Ih e (one
froni. the elbow to fihe. shotler joil, c'14414, oil.
Milln1y pleces of botte Catnle o1, of right lool anl44
1 'g. 'I le caIso was ihon prot'ol1 1t-10 on e of
VI 1te Swellinog. After havilg b oeen e04tindet
about SiX years to her 1'). 4 1411nli 01 4e'se vonl
Si(le'd ho(;pvless. 1 was 11Inttuetl to ry Dr. l't
Ih(ltosl's Uoltploun(d Eitrat. or S 1111111gla., 2 11)1
was 44o wellsatI t11e wit hf It 4 eftf'et Ihlt I I have
conitite t ihe u4s or i. ma q t h4e present.
My daughiter was conflied toI he bot abot
sI x years holfore sit! sat14 upI1 or even turne: Ove'
witholnt help. She now its up) f1ll (av, 414nd
ws 111. if heri Im1-ba9 'walket 4' 1eross 1he
r0011. Iler geloral 114i0alth Is 1ow gtod 1411d I
belIeveshe wli, ahe hr lilis gatin trellgth
walik well. I at trihtite ht. 1 recovery, with Mhr
blesing f G(lo, to Ih Iuse of Your' ivaluable
With gratitude, I am, yours ;I rlv,
W. It. BtLANTON,
WST 1'OINT, (ir., so At.. 16, 11i0.
(JNT's :-The above ertll Ial o1 31 r. \V. B.
llanton we kno 4 n111 4 i4 rtify to AM bellitg 111-C.
The tig I-4 'o t litill 4rets 1f Ile Inosi. respeCl.
ed tt Izons will erilfy to 1i. A mnuch referuscet
can be glvOtn a-, Iy 1b ie quired.
YolIrs I r1lly,
Cif A W 'Ft 1) k. WA LK El, Druggi.ts.
DON. I1 1). Wi 1.LIA 3S.
"- DR. PEMIE1IIT'ON'S STILLIN.NIA 1s pre
pareft by A. F. MI lI-REL, & ('0., I'Itil., Ila.
8old by all Drugcost.s in $4 .4 bo1l i., or ment
by expres . Agents wan1ted to canvasis every.
Send for 'nlook--"uirlovs Sory'"-free to ail
Aledlcines hewt to por peopl payable In Instal
may a I
Four hundred pounds of Buck
A nno selection of Raisins, Cur
,Granulated and pulverizea Su
gars, and all grades of Briowvn Su
D. 1.. iI4EN N I&E N.
W E respoetfuilly call tho attontion o
tihe public to our now lot o
Goods, and request an inspection of then
beforo purcbasmng. Our goods have beez
carofully seletod, bought at botton
prices, and will bo sold as low as the'
canf bo bou ght from anybody anywhere
Wo would call the attention of th<l
ladies to our line of Cloaks, D)ross goods
Fanoy G.oodls, Hosiery, eto. A very pret
ty assortment of Ties and other Neol
Goods. Laces, E~dgings, Frillings, eto. ia
Our Gents' Goods department is om
plete in every tiling.
In beavy goods, siuchi as Jeans, Keiseys
lIannels, HomosCpuns1, Blankets, &Q., yI
are full up, at the lowest prices.
SHOES! 3SHOES!!I SHOES !!
Come 'and examine our Shoes befor
buying. Call and see our stock, and w
will convinceoyou that we soil goods a
chea as any body.
We are agents for 3. & P. Coati
Spool Cotton, and holding Bros. & Co.'
Spool Silk-New York Prices,
otMcMASTERT, BRICE & CO.
O ~h~ A mnilthi garantOOd. 19 a day ai
Shome mad y the ndllstriouw
upltal not required; w wi sart ou. Met
women, o-sand Iri (ke al~e Iitr
w i or us than aL anything ese.. Th wr
ls1Igl and pesn, antIs 118 Allons 011
hoilt at. Those - arwi eoa
tIRftWo ill son~r1 gfsrArse
tree Vo~ Ot"tfaflt
UNTIL YOU C
Seon my stock jrnor nihire, which
nowost, and clapest, accordillg to
new supply of Chromlos, Pichiro Fra
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Furnituro non
Lumbor id Laths for saio. I am
Factory. All order promptly ottld
Wilson Now Improved Se-wing Mllach
GEMGE A. rAR,
4.00 BROADWAY, . NEW YORK.
Thil irtiniotive features of this spool
eotic n are that it is mando from the very
SEA ISTLAND COTTO.
IR is finished soft as the cotton from
whiah it is madoc; it hais no waxing~ or
artincial finish to deoceivo tho eyeus; it is
theo ntrongest, smnootheost andl mlost claic~ i
HsewiIgn thrcadi in thi imrket.; for macwhino
sowing it, has no equal; it is wound on
The Blavck is the most
ever pirodued~ in spool0 cotton, beinig
dyed( by a system paftenlted by ourselves.
The colocrs are dy'ed by thto
.NEW~ ANILINE PRIOCESS9
rend(ering themn so peorfect aind brillhant
that d ress-amkers e.erywhero u~so thomn
insctead of sowving silks.
A Gold Medahil wel aw'arded this4 spool
cotton at P~aris, 187 4, for "great strength''
and "rgonoral excelle~neo" b)einlg the high.
est. alw atrc given for sp)ool cotton.
WVo in]vito compa~frisonf aind respectfulhly
askc latdios to give it, a fir trial and1( con
vinoo thiomlves of its superiority over
To bo had at wholesalo and retail of
J. O. lX)AG.
JJEAN S !
JEANS, JEANS, JEANS.
Koerseys, Cassimor'es, ec. Finest
assort menit wVe have ovOr 1had( ini stock,
for sa110 at bottomr prices. Como anid
PR1NTS! PRINTS!! P'RINTS I! I
Onie hundred and fifty pieces of cholce
SHOES! SIIOES!! SHOES!!!
A aplond1id line of' Shoes and B~oots.
-We will soil at
Persons needing antythming in this
line will find it to their advantamgo to
insp1ect, onur stock beforo purchasing
J. F. McMASTERL & CO.
in one of the largest-, handsomtot
iulity. to ho found in Winnsboro. A
Ines, Wall Pockots, Brackets, Window
tly repirod at moderato prices.
ngent for a Door, Sash and- Blind
ad to. Also, agent for the Wheek
ine, and two others.
I. W. PHILLIPS.
F A~E MAUF
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purposes of a. Family Physic,
anld for curmng Costivoness, Joundico,
Indigestion, . Foul Stomach, ,Breath,
Hoadache, Erysigelas, Rheumatism,
Eruptions and Bkin Disonses, Bil
Nouralan as a Dinnor. Fill,
for Puifying the Blood,
Are the most ef
feetive andi conge.
. nl p rative ever
;P discovered. They
are 'mild, but ef..
fectual in their
9 operationl, moving
the ,bowvels itirely
%%t*and without pain.
Alhbo gh gentle
mn their operation,
thyare still the
mnost Ithorough and
dle mnedicinle that e'n~n be employedII: eleans
ing the stomach and bowele. and even the
blood. in smiall do-ses of one pill a day
they -A? --A -1' sn a t d o and
promoo vigrous ealth
Ann' P--,s. haebenkow o
more tan a uatroacetyndhv
tion shin th ag artic Pils,
tand for cevade tm.Nots onlyd tey
bodybutiao formidaboeacnd Brangeou
floefecs, eyae, heatim,th
safests and sthyie fo chi ldrn. B
thiraprn actrfin the gripebe es
than he cmmonp fwgtive and never
ive ainwhe th boelsare pnokt nelamed
heyreah te vtalfua n thod,
and trenthe thesysertby i freeing
fro th eemetsfheknels ul
Adaped t allAlthoand conditii
all cimatscntaiin nether ocatoe
noranydelteiou drgthesae stll thy
be taen wih sai moysb a hyorou. Then'
sugar-coting prser hm gve resh,
and mesin them cplesn toptae cle
bing prel vegethadbole, nohr an aruiiste
they stiue t igyeutity. o'gns
Ar, .a PAYE hav been kowen Mass
teso ve*ra Rsiiaieogn ftE
~lae At ave bpposied the bsty oal
wa ecs hre he it fulhy preaedtm, wth
sfst-clst okmon to o ahld inds of
thork in baion e rienchl
tha tNK cooK8RUE pugto an patern
arndvound hin antyhe esred.tiflm
Mhy raclite vad fontcqainftane blooh
RAdated o, all ageos nfontous if
al. cliamphlcotagazines, calol
Norsayr dndteriodicatls andills kmay
sfuar-catin breserves the enoer freh
beingabl veable inothabrs manieAl
fodr protly sei atne uat.
E.E. R. STOKES,
MTA noot, opposite the-city Hall,
Luia, wh.r O) i t peaewt
oy 21iii n og cuitac vt
SMobuiTHSeal WOm to Lurnte