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ElAILROAD ScHEDULE.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.28 p. m.'
south-bound, 4.28 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 9.05 a. m.; south-bound, !.87
p. n. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Citation-J. R. Boyles, J. P. F. C.
Attention Ladies-MeMastor, Brice
-J. L. Minnaugh commenceS his
big clearance sale to-day. Now is the
time to buy your dry goods for cash.
Try Mimnaugh once.
TnE TEiACEReS' AssoCrATION.-The
Teacheris' Association meets on Satur.
day the 11th of June, at 11 o'clock.
Col. Davis will discuss the subject of
pronunciation. Phonetics and the
sounds of letters will be practised, and
other interesting matters will be dis
cussed. Members will bring their
ONWARDS AND UPWARDS-GREAT
SLAUGHTfER IN GOCDs.-From this day
forward I will offier my entire stock at 1
prices unheard of In Winnusboro. My
big advertisement will appear in next
J. L. MINAuVon,
* The Leader of Low Prices.
CLOSING OUT.--Messrs. McMaster,
Brice & Ketchin, desiring to close out
their stock of spring dress goods, will
sell them at very low priCes. Pur
chasers wishing anything in this l1ie
will do well to examitne these goods.
In addition there will be found on
hand a full stock of dry goods, general
merchan disc, drugs and medicines,
which will be sold at prices as low as
the very lowest.
RAINS AND CROPs.-Bains havp fal
len in almost every portion of the
county, althogh in some sections there
has not yet beeni a season. On Friday
.a winud and hail storm passed oVer
R idgeway. The hail did no damage,
but the wilnd lifted Mr. John Simpson's
kitchen off the pil lows and set it down
on the ground, breaking up the store 1
4 and doing other harm. Trees were
~,brokeni down. A storm also passed
over Mr. Middleton Armstrong's
Splace, throwing down a barn, it is
Ssaid, and tearing a few planks off the
side of the house, and demolishing
fences. The farmers are getting ont
well with cotton, but the oats did not
yield half a crop.
VENNOR's PREDICTIONs FOR JUNE.
The Canadian weather prophet is still
Sgetting in hIs work, and as a matter' of
-local interest we give his predictions
for June just as we find them in the
papers: June is likely to prove warm
evena hot and dry up to about the 10th
or 12th days. Beyond these dates
cool and showory weather is probable
up to the 20th, and frosts are likely toj
bexperienced pretty generally both
in Can ada and the Northern States.
A snow fall is not imp~robable in
mountainous regions. The neighbor
hdof the 22d and 28d dauys looks,
in tihe distance, particularly .cool andI
~'frosty, while the 24th to 26th dates, on
ithe contrary, smack of heat in many
sectlins of the country. The neigh
bor hood Is likely to prove stormy in
W~estern Ontarlo anid Western United
States, the storms in all probability be
ing accompanied by thunder and light
ing and hail. The month will end, In
most parts, with threatening weather.
COMMENCEMENT E x E~ Ri o s E s.
The commencement exercises of the
Carolina Military Institute, Charlotte,
N, C., wvill begin on the 14th inst,,
with an address before the Corps of
Cadets by the Hion. M. C. Butler. The t
public ceremonies, consisting of ad
dresses by the Cadets of the diffeorent
classes and the conferring of diplomas,
will take place on tile mnorning of the
15th Inst. The exercises will b~e both
entertaining and Instructive,
It is with pleassure that we acknowl
edge the receipt of an invitation to
attend the commencement exercises of
the Law School of the Columbian
University, Washington, D. 0., and
we hereby tender thanks for the same
to Mr. C, A. Douglass, of the gradu
ating class. This young gentleman is
the second son of our esteemed fellow
citizen Mr. John,8. Douglass, and has,
since last deptemnber, been. pursuing
his legal studies in the Columblan
University. Hie graduated at Erekine
College in the class of 1878, and for- a
year was engagedin teachling in this
county. We oxtetid out' warmes~t con
gratulations to hilf-gd wish that the
most eminen4 suc~ess may attend himJ
in the practi ofhi gstpofe.
-The StatQ8Wskng und Qomme2
sMon finds 4tef fnnabl~ to redeem atlg
The ('and and POtt Juries PromptH ou
Ran#-.The ChargaMthe reldngadge
The summel' term of the Court o1
General Sesslons for Fairfield opened
on Monday thorning, his Honor A. P.
Aldrich, judge of the second circuit,
presiding. The roll of the grand jury
was called, and seventeen members
answered to their names. The pre
siding judge then delivered his charge
to the grand jury, substantially as foi.
It gives mo great ploasui'o to. neet
yOu, oil jny return to ygur coU1)MK.aft
ter an absence of two ?Years and a' balf,
and to congratulate yoWupon, the im
proved condition of our affairs. The
State government has bon conducted
with economy, and with a Just regard
to all the interests of oui people.
Commerce has revived, labor .is con
tent, crime has decreased, factories are
springing up, railroads are extending
their ins, and there are everywhere
signs of a general Improvement. I see
no reason why, With her great and va
ried resournes, 'with a government
that will at once develop those re
Hources and give protectiou to all our
people, and with the help of a bene.
licent Providence, our State may not
rise to the highePtPosperity.
I have said thasd rime has diminish
ed. While this Is happily true of most
Dffences, yet such Is not the case with
the crime of homicide. In the past
year-ftom the first of February, 1880,
to the first of January, 1881-I have
tried thirteen cases of'homicide, out of
which there were ten convictions.
rhe crime of homicide thus appears
Areadfuliy prevalent. Why Is this so?
Niy experience convinces me that the
reason why it is so is to be found in
ie practice of whiskey-drinking and
the chrrying of concealed weapons.
rhese evils became so great that the
Legislature was forced to pass laws to
'heck thent-the statutes atainst carry
ng concealed weapons anul forbidding
he sale of intoxicating liquors outside
)f incorporated towns and villages.
Tour duty is to present all violations
)f these statutes that may come to your
The crime of honmicide is not confin
d to our land-as some partisans pre
end. It spreads over the whole world.
.1l kinds of homicide areprevalent-iii
reland suffering under a chronic tin
ne-in imperial Russia and in pros
)erous Germany, vaging a constant
ind cruel crusade against the Jews.
Phese people-a people who have been
rood citizens and who have furnished
o literature some of its brightest orna
nents, and to politics some of the
rreatest statesmen-these people are
Iriven from their homes by the man
lates of a tyramical government.
Aud all this in enlightened Europe.
We cannot say how this state of affairs
ias come about. For our piart, all
hat we can do is to enforce the law.
Ict it be understood that all that
ome to our shores shall be strictly
auswerable to the law, and shiall like
vise enjoy the full protection of the
Our State is doing all she can to en
nourage ininigration. Our Conmis
ioner of Immigration is a zealous and
apablo gentleman, and is using his
)est eflorts to make his department
uccessful and beneficial to the people.
mmigration is of Vast importance to
>ur State. We want capital-and
vith population will come capital.
Mr. Butler, our Commissioner of
agricultur~e, asks me to bring to the
Ltteintion of the grand juries thne law
>assed for the protection of fish -a sub
ect very munch neglected. Though
he Com'missioner has beent indefatiga
>le in stocking our rivers with fish,
hough traps have been put in pro per
>laces, yet thelJaw has been so fre
juently violated that the efforts of the
'omnmissioner almost come to nought.
fthe landed proprietors will help him,
mud If the law be enforced, we sall
con have all our rivers stocked with
in ample supply of fish for all. It is
rour duty to see, as far as you are able,
hat the fish laws are p~roper'ly respect:
It is not necessary for me to charge
rou as to your difierent duties, as the
>ainstaking judge wvho preceeded me
mas doubtcess done so as fully as Is
aecessary. it Is your right and duty
o inspet evey departmenmt of the pub
There is one subject of great Impor
ance to the courts and the people. I
mludce t' the drawing of jurnies. The
aw reqL'ires that in makhi1W up the
ury-list the commissionei's slall take
me In ten or at least one in twenty of
lie whole number of persons fit and
lable to Jury duty. Yet in onte county
vithmi my knowledge, where there are
are over six thousand voters, thet'%
yero but 280 namneb put on the jury
ist. There is certainly something
vrong in this. I do not'kne,'v of any
rregularities in the drawing or juries
n this county, but still it is a part of
rour duty to look after the mnatter.
You will now retire for the consid
ration of such bills as the Solicitor
hall submit to you.
The grand jury accorditigly retired.
Tho state vs. Nelson savage, indict
d for larceny from the field-stealing a
undred ears of corn from the field of
he proseutor, Mr. W. B. Boyle. Mr.
-. E. McDonald appeared for the de
bnco. At tihe close of the State's tea'
imony, he annonced that he'had no
vidence to ofrer, and would submit
he case wvithout argument. After a
'rief charge from the Judge, the juiy
etired, and soon retuined with a ver
let of "Guilty."
The State vs. Edcward Brown, In
ncted for carrying a concealed wea
on. Defendaunt pleaded "Guilty."
IT OUR HOUSE
- THE MOST F.
fL010E SUMMER BEVERAGES,
)LD VIRGINIA MIT JtrLEPS.
TRY THE CELEnRATEI)
lN connehtion with the ' Buggy and
Spring Wagon busines, I have for
sale the well-known
Farm Wagon: My one.hdrse wagons are
coupled. the same as a two-horse wagon,
I4ve frbat hounds and rocking bolster.
Warranted for twelve months.
J. H. C IUMMINGS,
Opp. -Dunlevy & Pant
WE, the undersigned, respectfully in
form the citizens of WINN8BORO and
vicinity that we have REMOVED to
And are now in receipt of a full line of
new and desirable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Which we will soll at the lowest prices
Laces and Embroideries, which we offer at
accordingly low prices.
We respectfully ask the attention of th
Ladies to our entirely new fresh
stock of these goods.
English Swiss, Plain and Plaided Nan.
sooks, Piques, in great variety.
Ladies' Lane Scarfs, Tics and rows, at
fft-een cents, worth thirty-five cents.
BE AUTIFUL SPRING SUI'rS
FINE, MEDIUM and COMMON
For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS.
MADE TO ORDER.
Suits made to ordel' at very low prices.
SAMPLES ON EXHIBITION.
P'. Lmldeckor & Bro.
U~tGARS, assorted. Cofr~es, Ibo,
aLag navra alnd Old Gov. Java.
Rio an Old GoV. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, Im perial, Gunipowder
and Young Hlyson,
Pears, Peaches, Pineapp1is To
mnatoes, Salhnon, Corned Beef, Iviled
IHam and Tuii'key, Sardiines, &c.
Mlacaroni and 'Cheese, Ginuger Pre
serves, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coopex
Gelatinec, Mustard, Black Pe.pper and
Baldwin Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chnow Chow, Empire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & P'er
rin's Worcestershnire Sauce.
J. F. MoMASTERI & (J0,
Free to Everybody
A BE~AUTIFUL DOO0K for the ASKING
By applying per'wonally at the narost
offie of TilE SINGER MANUF&CTUR-.
INGh CO. (or by postal card if at a dis
tance) any AD)UL~T person will be pre
sented with a beautifully illustrated copy
of a New Book entitled
STOld' of the SEWING MACHINE
eontaining a handsome and costly steel
engraving frontispiece also. 'i8 finely ona.
graved woo'd cums, aind bound in ak elab-,
orate blue anid gold litho ried covecr.
14o charge whatever is mad fr thisilisnnd.
some book, which can be obtaihed only
by application at.the branoeh and subordi
nate offloes of The Singer Mantufacturing
THE IGER MiAN'UFAOTURLING 00.
rincipal Offloo, 34 Vnion Square,
mas & Nw r k. i I
Boror & Eniel
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL
LAR FER DOZEN.
EIALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
'FIVE CENTS P.ER DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNED
. W. HABENICHT.
N1. L. KINARD'S
CJolUllll fi, or.i W.
JUST received the largest and most
3omplete stock of SPRNG~ CLOTH ING
,hat has ever been ih tho Stato, and at,
pricos to stiit the timnce.
SUITS OF~ MIDDLESEX FLANNEL,
Warranted, at $12.50.
ut~N' S ALL WOOl, CHEVIOT SUITS,
, Wa'ranted, at $10.50.
E~OU TIJ8' SUITS FROM $3.50 to $15.00,
BOYS'8UIJId $1.5f, M 00, $2.50, AND
ALSO a fine stock of Taylor's cel brated
Mackinaw Straw Hats and Mani lla,
in shades of Silver, Tan, Chocolato
HAVE allded to my stock fine ftbdes for
gentlemenn, to complete an oiutit, guarap
,ced not to rip or break; if they do, will
give another pair,
ELEGANT JEWELRY CHEAP..
To e i rirti o n nwstyles at h~ ilie:,ce trade
p e a e t c e l w:: 3 3 e r l lek u la t f s f o r
facLe oate sea bean cuf btto. c aoral neck
butnY ri, pocet ook itto'n silk
stmacesfor 9.00 heo can bere
Tahe Royal Casket conts~n one superb imethyu I
aig eeant oral truca set n bo, f n c ok.
l a c e , o a s l eeve b u t o e g a d g dpate
cee meo sca pi, aod clae lad b's stol
cameo scarf pin enuii Pars d ita std
Jetu s l utor s, rlte 17coll r .hton plte
paeo rg alte ea~g ith I'. han
yourl moeye Wt esitestouneeing."etan
>or, . Cly deotan,(
4iui N CEAN.0 WE p
NEW AND DESIRABLE SPRING
CHEAP AND PRETTY SPRING
BLACK and colored Cashineres, Al
paeas, Mohairs, Momnie Cloths, Grena
dines, Buntings, llernani Cloths.
LAWNS, Muslins, Linens, Suitin s,
Pique, Ginghams, Calicoes, 1ainsoo -s
ASK to see "Renfreu" Ginghans.
Cassimeres, Jeans, Cottonades and
BLEACUIED, Brown and Plaid
TABLE Linen, Doylies, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Gasing.
IF ANY BODY WANTS A GOOD
HAT for a little money, let them
call on sne. Nobby line of Straw Hats
IF ANY MAN OR BOY WANTS A
SUIT of good, pretty, nobby, charm
!ig Spring Clothes, let them call .011
IF ANY MAN, WOMAN OR CLILD
WANTS a pair of Shoes, cheap, let
them call on ine and get them.
THOSE SIIETLAND SH A WLS ARE
A BEAUTIFUL Line of Laces,
Hlamburg Edgings and Insertions, Cot
GENTS Silk and Linen Ilandker
LADIES' Linen Hem-stitched Hand.
GENTS', Ladies', Misses' and Chil
GENTS' AND LADIES' SCARFS.
COLLARS and Cuffis, Ruffling, Etc.,
BUT WHAT IS THE USE TRYING
TO mention everything in the Store?
Just come and see me, that is all, and
I will make it pay you.
MY GROCERY STORE,
AS usual, is well rtocked with all
the necessaries, and a fe of the luxu
rics, of life, that is, in the eating line.
But if you should need any hardware,
crockery, glasbware or woodenware,
why I can supply you.
SO DON'T FORGET TO CALL ON
E5TABLY8H ED IIS9.
(WoUND ON WBITE SPOOns.)
400 BROADWAY, NEW Y~lik,
Since the introdnotion of thiR Spool
Cettoo into the Ameriegn market, its aiuc
dess lhas beeti ltpecedebted. No othot'
brand of thread hsever met with the
sabno amoiunt of publio favor in the same
space bf Iiilio.
The "0. N. T." innuadtut'ors wore the
first to, recognize the importance- of the
Sowing Machine and to make a six-coird
cotton, which has ever bee~n Ihe reoog
nized standard for machines.
All the improvements in shmohinery
that tha inventive geniusi of the nine-.
teeth ohtury has prodluced have been
adapted by the manufacturers of "O.N.TV.'
At all the g rest Intgrnaitional Fairs ofI
the world, "O. N. T.' has bebn Kwaurded
the highest lionors.
TIhp 'O. N.. Tr." factories at Newvark,
N. J., and Paisley, Scotlan~d, .employ
ti,200 operatives- make sufficient threhd
daily to go around the world foutr timnes.
Conanune 140 tons of coal daily.
'fh rntnufaditrrs of "0. N.T.' are
the largest manufactitori- of Spbol Cot
ton in the worldl.
A full asaortment of this Spool Cotton.
cnn be had at wholeualeand retail at JT. Md
BEATIY & (0.'8. fob 2'i txflm
WININSBIORO, S. C.
I do not
per, but g
find that I
THE REIGN 4
DRIVING forever into oblivion th
stroyed the people's best friend-THI
99 gauze nndersAhirts reduceil to
76 gauze undershirts reduced to,
55 gauze undershirts reduced to i
MY ehtiro hotion atbck oh the - con
former prices square ib half.
11roken lots in Missbes' aid Ohildi
100 dozen ladies striped hose, in
Be"t goods ih the market for the mor
85 and 40 ceits.
FOR THE MEN-1,000 pairs U
5 cobts a pair.
Further for the men-890 pairs t
best Butish hose in Winnsboro for 25
N2K WEAR AND SILl
25 dozen iiadies' Lace Ties at 5;
4 dozen Ladles' Lace Ties at 75,
been bought far below their orig~inal
their goods right for cash and caeh or
VIARD WA RE i HARDW1
One dozen Kitig's Owh line five f
Five dozen cotton hoes, b, 7, 7}
of 40 cents. Old price 65 and 75 ceni
Just received Fowler's Patent Fly
Bold in this places for CASH ONLY.
PAINTS, PAJNTS.-I ath agent
the United States. and will furnish mn
than they can buy them dlsewhere for
WANTEP .--5,000 pounds cottoi
Also the highest market price paid fo
Y. L. MIM
FOR NEOTORINO ORAY HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL VI1'AalITV AND C0O.QR.
I'r Is a inot iigreeable dressing, whicli
15 at once harmless and effectual, foL'
preserving the hair. It restores, with
the gloss and freshness of youth, faded
or gray, light, and rod hair, to a rich
lrown, or deep black, as may be desired.
by its use thin hair is thickened, and
baldness often though net always cureda
It checks falling of the hair immiedi'
Ately, and causes a new growth in all
eases where the glands are not decayed;
Wvhile to brashy, weak, or otherwise
diseased hair, it imparts vitality and
strength, and renders iL pliale4
'I'he VrGOR eidanise the scal j, etired
And prevents the formation of dandruff;
and, by its cooling, stimulatirig, atud
soothing properties, it heals most if noS
all of the humots and diseases pecilalis
to the scalp, keeping it cooIl ean, and
Soft, under which coijditions diseases
of the scalp and hair are impossibles
A.. a tbrossing for Ladide 1lafra
The Vzoon Is incomparable. It is color.
less, contains nieither oil nor dye, and
*1l1 not soil *hite canibric, it imparts
an agreeable and lasting perfume, and
as an article for the toilet it Is econoiat.
eal and unsurlassed in its excellence.
PIIEPARt.0 BY DR. i. 0. AYER4 C0,,
Lssa.r n , a ..amnineai
1mive me a
[ sell a lit
(A THE H ELM DESTROYS
' system which for loig years do-.
IR POCKET BOOKS
:rd to the froht dohnterb aha outi
ens, iududoed to B cents a yair. -
dark colors, reduced to 10 coutm.
6y. Somethibg nice at 15, 20,
Dnts' brown half hose out dowh Y
rown soolts rednced to 10 centwVP h
10, 15 and 25 cents.
90, 61.25, 62.00. These godds havet
rahie, and parties who want to bu~
ily shouild insiet these G00O5 -
LREI I liARD)WARE 11 I
.nger ei-adlds, at $2.t15 CiASI4.
ihohes, at thd abtonishing low y ' de
Fani at $2.90, lower thaih ovier befat's
orone of the host.nMiand hinl~th 1h
y customers with these goods lean
the Almighty Dollai.
ri rs, for which t will paty 14 '.ii t
I iBADEit OF tOW PRIO1SI
Ft ESH1 G1Q0IKRl WS
a synopsis - whidi . a i dw
NE W ORLEANS 10 \ 8 .\NJ . It UrPS
SUGARs, FII~T< T~JIil TO TIIE
TIlE INNESTF PU IN TIlE AlkirilEru
JAClH8ON'8 BEST FAMIlbY FLOUR.
5A LMONi 8A RDINEs..
PEPPER. ETC.. ETO'
I A LSO iiti'iE tbUR ATTENTION TO OtR4
Give me i call and examine for yograelt,
Arttoles too fittnerous to mention.
De. i. FLENNIREDN..
,6gtDS THAT sUaPR1ent
'!H 3'ARMERB' "BONENW"'
ft rj'~r n ee gro he. dIt a re or
tale ortcbw utoe * ta
Aoddr .else. edR Tnsor. Cuan
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