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'THE NEWS AND HERATD.
WINNSIBORO, S. 0.
T VAsDAY, Decomtber o, 1 1 1 1879.
. Af IA MV DA VIS, EDITon.
FNQ. S. IRYENoLDS, ABSOVIATS EITOn.
Ki-.rx snyP, he will not disband as
long as Saiiiy Tilen refuses to dis
Wuv not Randolph of New Jersey?
lie Carries a level head, and he might
carry his own State, which is a matter
of iiore imlporta1nhCO just, now.
POr,rreCA L agriculturalists about this
time are sowing the seeds of inde
peileiliismn, but the chills of winter
will freeze them out before spring
Coi.oNrL IAr:En resigns the presi
deney of the Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad on the 15th instant,
and will immediately take a tour of
two years in Europe, partly oi busi
ness and partly oil pleasure.
Tim. New York Herald calls ni the
coiservative Southern leaders in Con
gross to speak out in meeting, and
take charge of the Democratic party.
I its opinion the aggressives and flire
caters have about run the machine
SALE and Cayer had their primary
all to theislelv-es on Thursday, and
Gayer beat Sale three to one. There
upon the Sale managers claimed that
GaVer Was no Democrat any how, and
refused to count the votes. Finally,
despito their proclamation that the
voles should be counted openly, they
shut then.selves upl) and made a count
which elected Sale. The Gayerites
were naturally indignant. The ad
valntage of this primary is that it keeps
Sale and Gayer apart and allows
Courteitay to come in easily. The
election takes place to-day.
Tu Legislature is warming up
over the local tax bill. On Saturday
there was a stirring debate. General
Kelinedy spoke with great force for
an hour in behalf of the bill. Mr.
Gail lard also advocated the measure,
in what the R tegister says was one of
thn best speeches of tho.session. Mr.
Cooke also favored the bill, and
Messrs. Earle and Brown opposed it.
The (ebate still continues. Whether
the bill be pi)Zi5.asd this session or not,
local taxation is bound to come. It is
all essential feature of public educa
tion. Every State in the Union ex
cept. South Carolina, North Carolina
and Mississippi, as far as we can learn,
has a sfystem of local taxation. The
three exceptions, we are sorry to say,
cannot be pointed to as shining ex
anples. They are charged with iore
Illiteracy than any other States in the
The Public toads.
Tion. IT. A .S1aw, or I4Xgoflolc, hea~
wl-ltten a letter advocating tho emi
p~loymnent of convicts by the differenit
counties to work on roads and bridges.
An average coultyt would have at
this time about, or perhaps a little
over, twenty conivicts, with a yearly
Increase. nlefore we could use thi's
labor prudently we should have, ac
cording to my notion, cheap, str'ong
and mlovable barracks. We shl d
have at least three good, safe men to
act as guards and1 a completent inaster.
This would be one guard1 for every
live convicts. The barracks should b~o
on wheels and so arranged that they
could be moved with but little or n'o
explense to the coulotv. This master
for the counitv shou'it be subject to the
directioni of the State Superi ntendtent
in every thing poertauininlg to the general
nmanagemnent of the convicts, including
feed, clothing, disci pline, &c. This
gcneral master shottid spend all hiis
thici In looking after the convicts of
the State, and lhe should be governed
by the most rigid laws as to his duties.
.According to my estimate, this ar
rangemennt will cost the average coun
ty ab out the same or a little less than
we nowV pay. Under our present planl
we never get one cent In return.
3My estimate for a comapetent aster,
Peeding nd clothiing twenty con
victs, S35 each.--..-------.........700 00
Feedliig gu-irds and mauster-..........140 00
Smake no estimate for barracks for
the want of proper data, but they
could nmot 1)e very exponsive, and
would last. for at least twenty years or
more. I think you wvill admit that the
above estimate is at least reasonable, if
unot liberal. Say it will cost us, as now,
$2,000 annually. Ini twenty weeks six
bridges could be built at a cost of
$1,698, while they now cost by con
tract $4,000. There would be thirty
two weeks remainig to devote to oth
er work. What wvall you End for
themn to do the balance of the time?
took at the condition of the roads
fromi one end of the county to tihe oth
er. If it will pay to work this labor
in building bridges, it will pay eqlual
lv well to wvork thenm on our roads, for
1honestly believe that no country can
develop all of its material wealth
which keeps its roads bridges and
ferries In such a condition as we do in
South Carolina, not only at this time,
but during this entire generation, for
It would be unjust to say It is only
sice the war that we have had bail
roads. Every farmer In the up-coun
try knows to' the contrary.
- f all the roads, all the bridges and
all the ferries In South Carolina were
In good order, (10 you not believe It
Would enhance the value, of all our
hands at least ten per cent? This ma
terial impr'ovemenit woul not be very
* ~ perceptible for the first year or two,
but If prudently managed for ten
years the real benejit and substantial
i~mprovem~ent to the whole country
wosidi be so marked, oven to a-casual
,.~ ~, oserver, that It would be recognized
a a 'vety important institution, in
vaicji the whole State is. interested.
In addition to pll this, the damage suis
tained by8,000 or .4,000' vehices of
ratiousI ids for the wanc of o6od
iadof dollars , t
lie roads very ffily' in his message,
showing the great loss of power II1
hatling, Attendant iupon steop hills. II1
the casw oflong used roads no traveler
can have failed to notico that tho 11111
ahost invariably have a sharp point
at the apex, Which is posdibly twice 69
steep as any other point on the hill
itself. This point may be the solo ob
staclo preventing the haulliig of all
extra bale or two of cottou on tle
wagon. A week's work *vith a few
hands and a keg of powder would re
move this peak and save hundreds of
dollars a year. 'Whether the convict
labor be utilized or not in this man
ner, the county commissioiers should
make ft their special duty to blow upi
those points and distribite the earth
along the hhil sides or at the bottom to
secure a groater slope. There are at
least three or four such points On the
Salem Church road alone. It is time
to improve the roads.
FiDAY, December 5, 1879.
A numberofbills and resolutions werc
received from tie House of Represen
tatives,and r1101-0orly referred.
A message from Governor Silpson,
enclosingthe resignationof 1Mon. A.
C.1laskell from the Supreme Bench,
was received as inforination.
The following bills, with several
others of local interest only, received
their third reading: Bill to aiend an
act to accelerate proceedings in parti
tion. Joint resoluition to authorize the
State Treasurer to pay checks issued
by the Clerks of the two houses in liei
of all stationery and postage for regu
lar session 1879. Bill to amend an act
to regulate the issuiing of checks to la
borers upon plantations and elsewhere.
HOUsE oF CE1'RtEsCNTA'rTivEs.
A number of bills were introduced,
amlong them at bill (by Mr. IIrice, of
Fairfield) to regulate contracts be
tween emlo)IyOvers aid CImloy)1V6S.
The committee onl ejt ttucaiWtion report
ed favorably oin a bill to establish two
new school districts ill Fairifield, ald
to authorize the levy of a special taut
The following bills, With others of
limited interest, received a third read
ing: Bill to a (mend Section 149, ChaIp.
ter 122, of lie general statutes, as to
place of trial ; bill to detie and pre
scribe punishimient thr honsebreaking;
bill to repeal Section 4. Chapter 120,
of reuieral Statutes, as to clat tel iiu'rt
gages ; Joint resolution to pay balnce
of salary of General Anderson to his
SATI:DAY, Dember 0,1879.
Under a resolution adopted, the
President of the Senate appointed lthe
following Senators on the joilnt comi
mittee to consider the propriety of' re
(list riei1ng tle Stato: Mr. Moore and
The bill to amend an act relat ive to
the pinishllent of persoins reinovingtr or
secreting person'a0ll property levied on
by the sher'ift or ofilcor elichted consid
crable debate, but, was flnally passed
to a third readinig.
A message was received from the
House of lIepresentatives ref'using to
concur ini a joinit r'esolution to oxtenud
(110 1111m0 to pay taxes and to refundII(
p)enalty. Received as inb'rmnat ion.
Several bills of' local or limited in
terest wiere readl a thrird( time and sent
to the House.
HOUSE OV n1-PREsENTrATIVES.
A number of bills and( recsolutions
we're inttrodutcd-amlonlg t hem, a bill
(by' Mr. 11. A . (Gaillard) to in~corp1or'ato
the town of Blythewood.
A bill to extend the time for redemp
tion of' forfeiled lands, with a substi
tute by the committee of ways and
mfeanls, was taken up for a second read
ing. After receiving several amend
nmnts the substitute was passed to a
Thre House resumed the consider'a
thon of a bill1 to provide f'or the estab
lishmnent of' new school districts in the
sever'al cities, towns and inlcorpoated
villages of the State, anid to authorize
the levy' and collection of special taxes
therein After a lengthy debate, par'
tIci pated in by Messrs. kennedy, Gail
lard and Cooke In favor of'tho bill, and
Messrs. Earle (of Sunmter) and B~rowun
(of Aniderson) ini opplositioni, the
House a adjourned without actii.
-A good story is told of a n~otedl de
faulter who had been a "swell." On
arriving at the prison after 'the sen
tence 110 asked p~erilssiont to retain his
watch. The warden's answeP was an
imperative "No." "But why not?"
still ur'gedl the pr'isonter. "In the first
place beeauso it, is against the 'rles of
the prison. antd in the second because
y ou wouldn't have a watch half an
hour' aftor it was generally known you
wore one," wvas the answer. "What,"
was the rejoinder, "are there thieves
--It occurred to one of two editors
of the West, who had quarre lied, that
a reference to his adversary 's life
would prove telling, and( lho launched
it oil' accordingly. "As for our cont
temporary," lie wrote, "what caln be
expected from a mnan wvho flive y'ears
ago was peddling at'ound with a mule,
and an ili -cond~itioned beast at that ?"
ils r'ival (did not deny) it. "Our con
temporary," lhe wrote ini his next nuum
ber, "says that five years ago we were
peddling around with a mutlo, and an
hI-conditioned beast at that, le Is
quIte ighit. We were so occupield.
But we are surprIsed to find that the
mule had such a good mnemory."
-An exchange in a neighboring
town contains an account of a sa~d at
fihir. It says that a certaIn man In
that town, who has never advertised,
was found dead uder his counter
whore lie had been lying for two days.
He was accidentally discovered b ' a
small boy who wont to get a nici-el
changed. As ho had niever adv'ertised
1)e01)1 had forgotten where his store
was, and hence nobody happened to
discover the corpse until-decomposition
--As CorroN Is KING in commerce,
so the liver is king in the human sys
tomn. We cannot livo int any peace
with this groat organ diseased. To
keep It in condition to perfora~n its
f'unctions, use Dr. Gilder's Liver' Pills.
They'ar'e sold -by all druggists and
country fnerhants. R'ok salo byiDr.
WV. E. Aiken. 9
Ayer's Chotry Pepitor'al the world'i
gt'eat ronm dyfor- xalds, cong~he and
; , -
Of the County Commissoi0oers of
Fairfleld County, of disbursementnt for
all purposes for tho fiscal year eiding
October 31, 1879:
COSTS IN STATEi' CASES.
N C Robertson, juror $ 9 00
W 11 Murrav, " 14 60
Mansell I [ilis, " 15 25
Noah Ithinle, ' 7 60
1) 1, Ly1esp, 15 25
I' K l'ickett, " 70
A 11 Flernming " 7 50
It N McAllaster, " 6 60
Joh 11 Nei, 14 25
Trezvatt glesby, " 15 30
.Jme1 s 11C Thompson, " 6 00
Johti Trapp, 5 5 15
G I. Pearson, "1 30
ltO)6 M. Aikeni, 1480
Dargan 8 Broon, " 14 00
John It Martin " 15 .5 0
doli 1) Yongue, " 15 30
J K Cooke," 15 25
Ton Walker, "1 25
W ALie M. Cleman, " 7 20
T J II .Jotcs, 6 30
C J Tlorn, 7 30
Thos Witherspooi, " - 7 90
M IOwings "o 7 70
l'almer Davis. 6 60
Jom Chandler, " 7 50
J P Lakin, " 15 00
Samuel AMartin, " 14 75
lenry liarrisoll '' 14 60
W W Keltchint, 7 :10
1) T 'Jainles, '4 6 40
C T INleCrorcy, " 15 25
WV It Desportes, "c 6 80
I*J IV IArin-gtoni, " 8 00
Lanigly Claxton, .
Charles Lucas, " 7 70
(eorge L Koon, " 7 .0
V 11 \Villiamls, " 7 50
liIes 'Trails, 4 7 80
J T Lennnon, if 7 00
John anileld, "c 8 20
Nick Peny, " 7 50
A tdy Shelton, " 15 75
I lirnm I Hollis, 1 . 90
Charles AlcVen, -witness 3 :15
Jerry St evensoun, 1 3 60
('harlot te Watts, it :3 60
l'res A Idersonl " 2 6;,
S.-rn!l Itobinlsorb " 3 10
Albert. WaIs, 3 10
Ilhiwey Bird, juror 5 m)I
EIlleni Lowrv witness 1 20
I [ery Lowry, "I 2I
Louis Counitec, juror 7 2)
Sanelo Ruf', 46 . 7 90
A P, .*lnly, 44 7 30
Ton 1%tt oss, 14 -10
W It Keimedy, 14 1,)
J1 llltine, " 7 70
It A I lerron, 4 6 70
Rt I*. Martin, I 7;;
.J It Black, "f 15 25
E! ij IH arris 5 30u
A hI Yotgle, " 6 W0
Fred Steele, "'6 00
lenbn Lug latll, "6 50
Isinle Miller, 8 1)
. 1 f Brite , "14 -50
WY A Neal, "15 00
J L Canteron, " 7 00
T 1) (-loud, 4 6 50
T1. E Clo, "' 7 20
Son AhleCormick, " 7 81)
U C Trapp, " 1 20
Tinothyv Ashi'ord, 6 70
Thris Trayior,2 8
J ' marlin, " 4 70
T W Mlellichamp, ' 7 80
J It I ltarvey " 14 30
Monroc I leridolt, 5 5 0
D T Gibson, " 14 30
J W ilwson, " 14 10
(" It Pettigrew, " 15 25
Joli Badelt " 14 24
G 8 1 linnant, coronter 79 41
W II kerr, clerk ot' court 102 35
F NI iinmonid, contable 44 20
'T Rt Robertson, trial lutc 125 :32
J W Evatns, <" 1354 57
HI A Glewa " 25 i,0
LB l0 F~lkih " 93 82
Ira 5 Scott, " 32 34
IH J F W Coleman, " 1.1 20.
J1 D Hogan. " 52 60
Aloses Mlackorell, " 2 50
TIhos E: D1ye, constablo 34 55
J W Mc~reight, " 24 (.01
E Wt Ollever, " .70 35
I1 S Scott., " 66 8t
Mlartin 11id1, "' 45 24
N A Gibson, " 54 60
L P'ot eet, " 29 50
J1 E: (ibson, " 11 10
J Tp ilinnanut, "' 5 00
:1 1" Dunley, " 4 50
Wmi Smith, "'- 12 3)0
E~li Dauvis, 4 6 00
1tobt .\Ie(arley, " 4 20
Cenuter Gibson, "' 86 00
I S J Mel.)onald, "18 50
Jutlian Elliot t., 4' 16 50'
F"rank Willims, "' 9 1t6
Jas5 W Coleman, " 6 00O
'3V L~ Grier, " 2 20
.1 W Owens, post mortem 5 00
K A Gibson, , 14 00
W M Meadow, " 5 00
Dr I T1 Smih. " 32 -15
J T (iarrick & A C
R ookinan, constables 29 80
T S Lee, jury comn. 75 00
E W Aikon, 40 00
o Ri Thtompson, judge pr'obato 12 00
J IR Boyles, "' " 9 04)
JTohn Gaidsden, constablo 13 50
Johnt McMiltan, "' 6 70
D)aniel .Johnstoni, " 15 00
Wim AeQuatters, " 2 70
WI H Hinnant, " 3450
Clark Pr'opst, " 12 20
S Rt IJohston, 1 1 60
Edinmuds &~ Palmer, 15 00
o W Crawl'ord, 4 50
WV Rt Doty & Co. 2 75
S W Bookhairt, 11 00
J[as Q D)avis, treaCfsurer, for
juror and1( witness tickets
received~ for taxes, 836 20
PooRt IOUSE AND) OUTSIDE P'OOR.
McMaster' & lBrico $ 180 10
ilas Pauldinig - 00
Fi W Ilabonicht 8 50
Tho P io 34 00
F Gerig0 7 00
J IR Soigler 28 20
.Jaa A Cliarko . 102 92
G4eorgo Stevens 10 76
W Yhinnant 7 00
John K~ennedy - 8 0
Des >ortes & Monts 14 82
MoI ulty & VardlaW 14 20
Rt 8 Desportes & Co. G8 20
Du 1v " ant 2 75
J clster & Co. 17 00
E; 2ago 160
John James - 0 00
Si Bookman 1 3f)
eny'B rico 10 00
Thomas It Dunlap 14 25
P M SpeIco 1 00
UOADS AND BIUDGES.
J M Kirkland $ 2460 00
(orgo W Moore 3 20
Thomas Anderson 14 00
T G Patrick 32 00
it G1 Lamar 40 00
C'uuimiings & Co. 46 25
John (ampbell 2 75
W H1 Kerr 3 75
WVP Gibson 9o
Jas 0 Nichols 18 0)
John Isemilower 42 60
J T McCulloughi 11 20
Beat ' & Bro. 17 50
G" WCraw iord 25 00
Junoe Davis 10 00
16111& Cloud 16 75
Ion ry Boulvaro 1 o
It P Brown 25 00
Loyd A Davis 30 00
M L Owings 60 00
Charles Prioleau 3 75
T J lrice 2 13
W G Smii~ 12.50
W J Crawford 2500
L, Potect *49 50
Wm lodgers 6 00
M fcNaster & Brico ii 145
Win Roberts 2 90
E':inli hri I )can 1 00
F j Smith 75
Frank Leit ni. 5 00
A J McQuatters 1 75
W A Cook 6 00
1 11 Robertson 17 99
W It [Robertson 13 Oo
WV E Smih 50 00
W 1 Yarborough 8 00
rnzuieus P'opo 104 00
It A Patrick 10 o
It S Desportes & Co. 12 40
Moses clownev 15 00
(Chairles 1' A lfroomo 15 00
It W Brice & Co. 21 50
J A Tholumas 104 00
.1 Swygatt 7 40
It T) Yarboough 6 00
WV I PadgettL 36 31
Lee~ Pinick4e0 1 54
D avid 1oh116'es 0 n
Charles Iirve 8 83
'J C Mackor"li 10 00
J B Walke: 2 ))00
C A Aboli 7 .3;
Jas V Rabb 1 00
Dunlevy & Flit $ 36 95
Win usbjoro Pubiishinig Co. 307 50
W rnh, EVLnIs & CogswCll 64 59
Joii J Neil 192 00
Danliel JoInston 1 00
Mclaster & Brico 98 5
Dr T T llobertson 35 () (
John Milcowel 39 50
It L Bryan - 30 75
Willard lichardsonlf, S C 9 50
March lmThoipon 240 25
S W UItu' 15 00
McBride Smnith 35
R W Phillips 8 75
Jas Q Davis, treasurer 7 50
' 1) Oxner 4 00
E B Garvin -15 00)
Wil EImmerson. 3 51
W E Aik'n . 11 70
G S Iinait, coroner -1 07
W If Padgett $ 11 40
.J P ,Jones 13 80
TVhomasI Arledge 263 18
E P D)avis 34) 00
W W Kennecdy 9 00
T1 J Blrice 9 04)
John Whitakcr 150 00
1) W T1idwell '25 00
.J E liobe'rtson ~ 122 00
W GA ilinnuant 34 04)
J1 W (oleman 101 (00
Louis T1 WVildo 31 00
Seldon Smart 34 00
11 W Desportes 18 04)
II A Glenn 6 50
WVashi ThfI)fompso 3 87
J~oseph A Stewart 24 76
SA L A RIES.
Jan TI R ion, attorney 5 75 00
.J D Simrt, lid. Equal. 39 00
I N Withers, " " 9 00
.Jas Q Dauvis, " " 9 00
T1 W hiahb, Sr., "' " 3 75
.J A Iiuminanit, County Comn. 228 24
Rt IE Elison, Sr., County Comn. 263 30
C Rt Means, County Coim. 248 55
I N;Withlers, Clerk, B. C. C. 180 00
I N Withiers, Auditor 240 00
T D) Oxnmer, Postago 6 00
I certify that thme foregoing is a cor
rect exhilbit of the accounts paid hv
the County Commuissiounrs of leairfielil
Counmty from the lirst of Novemnber,
1878, to the-thirt --Ilrst October, 1879,
inclusive, to the best of my knowledge
I. N. WIT HERS,
dec 9 C. U. C. C., F. C.
XT EW and st.yl.ish Dress Goods, Fall
Nand Wmnter P'rints-selctedl
Bicenohings, Cotton Flannels, Bleacheol
andl Bfrr~wn Ladies' aind Gents' Under
wear. A spooialt in Gonts' White Shirts
--laundlriedl an< unlaund1ried1. Some
thing stylisih and nobby in Gonts' Stiff
NOTIONS! NOTIONS I NOTIONS!
Something handsome in Ladies' Ties.
Wo would call s pooial attention to our
large stock of the celebrated Bay State
Rtrandard Sorew Boots and Shoes. Gonts'
fine and heaiy Bloots aind Shoes, for dre ii
and plantation use. Ladica', Misses' and
Ohild ren's Shoes in groat variety of same
make. These goods are warranted not to
rip, and we wil return the price paid for
every pair returned to us with wood or
P~l~ orn the soles.
JJresh Groceries arriving daily.
no 8 J. M. BElATY & CO.
T JIIE undersigned hereb gives niotie
. I.th at he has teploved Lis residence
to the dwelling formerly occupied by Dr.
Isaiah $Impsona Ofle i the rear of the
Court Houase, as hetetofj're,
* R ~J[~AA3AN,M. D;.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
JAMEM W. LAW.
'1o the Publio:
Why not insure your property? Soo
tho cost of a por diems expense:
Daily cost of insuring $1,000 at 3 per
ceit per annum is only 81 cents.
At 2' por cout. por annum is only 7o.
At I per cent. per annum is only 4 o.
At I per cunt. por annum is only 2j o.
At - per cent. per annum is only 2 v.
At per cent for 3 years is only 1.8b o.
At 1 per cent. for 3 yars is only 1.35 c.
At 1 per cent. for 5 years is only 0.88 c.
At 2 per cent. for 5 y cars is only 1.1 c.
Dwellings in town or country, detach
ed, insurablo at the following rates, viz.:
For one year j per cent.
For three years I j per cent.
For fivo years ' por cent.
Barns and contouits, gin houses, baled
cotton, storo houses. niorohandiso, mills
and ehure!c.h insurable at, adg(lnate rat os.
I represent only tie very bst cot pa
nics ofilon e oxperience and well establ ish
JAMES W. LAW,
WiHOLESALE AND ]RETAIL
GROCERS AND COMM[SSION
No 174 Main St. (Whito Front)
COLUMBIA, S. C.
We have Mr. J. S. Gladnov with us. ITe
will be glad to soo all of his' old friends.
Give us a call before puroasinx else
where. AUGHTRY & MARTIN.
TIE FRI,'END OF ALL I
HIOLLO WAY'S PILLS!!
"1 hid no appetite; Holloway's Pills
ve mue a lvarty one."
",Your Pills are marvelouis."
"I send for another box, and koop them
in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headaehe
that Asv chronic.
"1 gave one of y our Pills to my babe
for cholera marbus. The dear little
thing got well in a day."
- "My nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of Holloway's .Ointment
cared mo of noises in the head. I
rnbbedl some of your Ointment behind
the oars and thle noise has left."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
c.ents, but the mnedicine to mec is worth a
"Xend me five boxes of your Pills,"
"Let me have three boxes of your
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as
these, hut want of space compels mec to
FoR CUTANEOUS DISORDERS,
And all eruptions of the skin, thia Oint
ment is most invaluable. It does not
heal ox ternally alone, but penetrates
with the most searching effects te the
very rcot of ev'il.
R1OLLO WA Y'S OINTMENT.
rossessod of this remedy, every man
may he own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal compjlaint; by these means, cures
sores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver, spine 01' other parts. It is an in..
fallible rem edy for bad legs, bad bren--ts,
contracted or stiff joints, 'gout, rhouma
tismi and all skini diseases.
IMI'ottTANT C'AUTION.-Nonoe are genuine un
less the sig~nat ure of JT. I1A'Y'DO('K. lis alget [or
tihe UaItedi 8tate: surroumis.' ech box of P'lls
n ii Citment. Boxes at, 2r conti, o2 cents, and
W' Tihere is consider'able saving by taking
the iarget sizes. IOLLO WAY & CO.,
rob 15-1y New York.
ti H-E undersigned would call especias
Iattention to their newvly-received
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
These goods have been solcted with
speciul reference to the .wants of this
market, and willl be sold1 at
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
The stook consists of toeniany articles to
be enumerated in Pnaidvertilsement An
examination ean alone satisfy purchasers.
A call from purohaseo is respectfully
P. LiIDE KERI & BRO.,
Congress street, one door south of Morris'
Hotel, Wlnnsboro, 8. 0.
A SUPPLY of theautiful orelain
Opaque Ware, just arrived and for
sale at eriocs which cannot fall toplease.
McMA STER, BRIOE~ & 00.
$150 Tamel>*i *cr orto $2) da
n nd n ell as men. af~ make mor
than the amotnt stated above. UnOb can fal
to make money fast. Any one can do the Work.
Yeol can make from 50 et, to $2 an hour .40e.
voting your evenin~j and sa 'o time to~e
business. Noitig ko It to ineo ak nt
over offered befr 0.- istne plesng n
stricte honorable. Reader Ityu want
know a1 about the beet pa bsnesbfr
the pulic send 1ua your adro attwo wil
sendyoutuh ~5tlars r4rivate tefrs
OILOTHING, OLOTMWNG, CLOTMIlGs
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL.
WHO WANT TO SAVE MOEY I
* will dispose of our IMMVINSE 4 STOCK Or CLOTHING, forta..
nately bought before advancing IL of prices, at our forbner LOW
PRICES. We claim that we have the 0 largest sto&k and best assortment
in all sizes of Men's, Youths' and boys T Clotbing, and Gents' Furiishing
Goods, ever brought to this narket. H All wo apk frt m you is to call and
look at our stock and examine our I prices bofora buying elsewhere.
We guarantee you a bargain in any N thing in our. line that you may
desire to purchase. Call and be 0 convinced that we raean busine *,
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL,
AT S. WOLFE'S OLD STAND.
We also call attention to our la.ige stock of Dry Good, Boote, Shoe.,
Hate, Trunks, &o.. Whieh we are now selling the same as before the ad.
vance in pricos. Call. and spe for yourmelf.
M REMEMBER OUR STANDS-IN THE GERIG BUILDING AND
OPPOSITE THE NEW STABLE.
GRAND DISPLAY OF NEW GOODS"!
SECOND new atrival tis season in Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoe i
Clothing, Crockery, Glassware, &c., &c.,. which I have bought cheaper than
Dress Goods in all the new and desirable shades, Caslaeres, Crepe Cloths
and a big drive in Basket Dress Goods at 12cc..
An elegant line of Cassitneres Jeans, Red &-ad White Flannels, Alanketo,
9-4 and 10-4 Shetings, and P. C. C 'ton.
I am still selling the Peidmon Factory Goods at the old price, notwith
standing the recent advance.
CALICOESI CALICOrf!t CALICOES I I CALICOE8I I !
Best brands in fhcles at 7c.
A very nice line of Cloaks, Shawls, Sacques, &c.
Bed Tickings commencing as low as 8c. up to-A.C. A. at 20 to 16a.
NOTIONS I NOTIONS I! NOTIONS I I I O'ION I 2!l
An elegant line at prices beyond competition.
My Shoe Department Is complete, and purchaxsod ot rock bottom prises, an4
will be sold very low for Cash.
Something very cheap In Glassware and L4aps.
I respectfully invite the ladies to inspect my stock before puachs.Ing else.
where, amid comlare. riees.
Something new n Vases-a bi drive.
I invite an inspection of the above goods, which I vill sell at live and let
JajM.- ... 0. ty vLWJU7S 8I
E havs now open, and will sell as low as any reliabl, house it town
our second supply of Fall and Winter Goods.
1 case Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieces other brands of Long Cloth.
I case-Bessbrook Jeane.
I pieces assorted Jeans and Casaipneres.
( pieces new style Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpacas, M7o'. .ire, Cashmeres.
Blankets, white and colored, Flannels, Lingays, Ginghams Brook
Homespun s, Plaid Homespuns, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, Hick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls, Cloaks, Bonlevard Skirts.
A full supply of white and colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and
Drawers, Bleached, Brown and Colored Half Hose.
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats ! Overcoats ! I Overcoats I I I
For the ladies we have a nice stocl: of Undervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ruffling, Collars and Cuffs, Edgings ank Insortions, Ribbons, &e.
The "Pinafore," "Juna," "Pride" and "Beabrice" Corsets.
White Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jaconets, Cambric. and Lawns.
For house-keepers, we have a full line of Table Damask, Doylles,
Towels, Bleached and Brown Sheetings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' iand Boys' Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Satachela, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Department can be found everything needful at low
We cordially invite an inspection of'our stoek, feeling assured that we
a n please. F. ELDER & CO.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COM
-WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY .GOODS, A1(D -MILTNERX
We take pleasure in annoncing to our friends and~tle publceneal
that we are now pning the finest and most conipete assortanent of Fal
and Winter Goods Includin Fancy and tpe tGoods, all the latest
styles of Millinery, Ladles' Doss Goods, Paey (ood* aund Tdramings
GRO0E~RIES, 00NmETON~IRuS, SB HATS, Oci 2INQ
OROCKflBY(,TIIN and WOODNW BWU U1'(.
which will be offered at very low rdes as e ae
er than the cepetand #0k'dial IiealtQcl edt