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THUR DAY, eptember 18 t a a 1881
NeO Advertise,hontb -
.haonic Meeting-G6o0. B. McCIut
Wlansboro S. & L. Association-1
. t.. Flennlken, Secy. and Trets.
LOST.-A valuable glidbracelet lo
i.n town last Sunday evening bctiVet
the Pres, yterian Ohuroh and the Ch4)
oitte, U,l umbia & Augusta RaHll; u
A liberal'rcward will to paid thI 'un
er.on its delivery at this office. . 2t
TnE CoTroN MAtnKrT --'.Ihe follom
t ig Is the report"of cotto'n s8ld in th
tnarket for the.last thi't days:
=ood m1iddlip1g.... .....-......9.35
' aMiddling ..... ........ ......9.16
Strict goA 'oi'dinary....... 4.8.40
:: 1t.arke'.flrm at these quotations.
New York cotton fiuturc close
casy: September, 10.12: October,10.1J
Nove'mbe, 10.26; December, 10.37
a,inuary, 10.-17; F'ebtl'ary,10.60; Marc
3.73; April, 113 84 ; Z1ay, 10,95.
T E'IM8 FROM FE~A 8$~EI1ILLB.
Daniel Tolleson, of the lethlhe
neighborhoodt, died on the 28th nit.1
the ninety-cighlh year" of his age.
-M ss Sallie 1). Mciceat's scho
rfpened on the 27th iLt., idn the Cro
by Institute, with a tine attendance, c
f he Sj'd.inst. .'
-A mad-dog was shot in Mrs. C. I
Brice's yard on the 3rd . inst., niakin
the fourth that la$ been killed in th
naeighborhood within the last fo
-The match game of base ball
Mr. Clowwyey's on the 1st inst. resulit
ns follow's: Light foot Club, of 'ai
flehl, 49 runs; Tiger River, of Unio
28 runs. We cong;ratulate the victo'
-Messrs. ,S. P. and W. B. WYrigl
atn(1 W'1. S. Durham, with a seine
A1rAlilv's inill-pond i aI f' liout
recently, caught. sev"." -,tve fish, till
of which o,,, .,utaVe weighed filly <
--'lhc tnatel game of base ball r
cently played at Mr. Clowicy's by 11
Union Chuh, of l\ill Creek:, and th
Light foot. Clubi, of Feasterville, resul
ed in a viclory for the former. o tUi
six gamues so far played between the
two chuib two were won by the fo
iaer aid the remaining fouir by thelitl
ter. These athletic sports arc not oul
beiielicial, its developers of plhysic
Iiealt.h and activity, to sturdy Ajax at
swift-1'ooted Achilles, but they aIh
uIriish an outdoor feat.ire of societ
:which can be madc quite enjoyable I
the mothers, sisters, sweethearts an
uore sedate male friends by iakin
the field pf.manily contention, as
should be, AVA fic'd of high-tonied cu
tesy. l'rbumi sat.
-The Corner is coimpar'at iv~ely feat!
erless, owing to the nion-ap)peiaance
a f'eather' plellt, whio passed1 throng
with a wagon on the 1st of' Angus
repriesenitinig himiself to have been set
out by a liichmonid firm to exchiimy
unew feathers, p.omnd for polumd dli:
kiable wh'len lie ret urned thme ne:
week, for old ones as bet ter adapted
jts puriiposeS. Douibtless these c:
chanlges cant he effected wit.h ad1yantp
tot our people onily in ceritain ignioi
the mooni hot yet prophlerly uinderstoc
b)y theum. They arc, thei'efore, m
particularly ambitious now to c:
change ; but itf there are:;any feathei
lying ar'ound loose a bywihero, ti
CJorner would fbc pleased to r.eceive
postal t.o therni effect, as it humanel
dloes not wish its anmiable geese to I.
pluc,ked and left out feather'less in i
cold this witer. . '
-By addling the sufli.r iosz to tI
root one. we have the dlerivative wor
onion, ivhich, analytically, means
state of' singleness. Perhaips a sligi
feelinig of resentment towip'ds ti
Ii. P. U. may;. tlhe i'c fdi-e, accoting, ft
that singular freak of' msthetical Las:
r'ecorded of the ladios sonjg.tinrte sh it
in Ti'ii. NEws AND IiliCMALD. Let i
members of' that Unaionm, thceibore, b
'The things obtainable (In our egotism),
We value not;
JI~t, belig lost,
Why,.then, we rack the values'
' TheC onion, as a vegetable, may n~
be particularly attr'active., to thme ey.
buit, as a symflbol of "&li'gle bleasce
ness", why sh ould it not becomo
A '"A thing of beaut.y, and
~A joy foreve'?" ..
Tihe resentniceit, of Juno at 11
sl ighted beaut.y causcil twenty years
turm'ioll and1( weary wvandeiiigs
."On the ocean-.vave"
ni apelenit dlays, .N16w, It Is likely I
be forty (from twenty to sixty). ]
the words of Toimnyson,
"Surecly, surel y, courtship Is more swe
thanm toll; thme shor'e,
T1han labor' in the deep mId-ocean, win
a ndt wave, and oar'!
0, yleIdl ye, therrfor'e, Ilachelors, and l
Contiutioni of the Criminal Buiniesa
A Conviction in the Arson Case.
The following Is a syiiopsis of tl
cases disposed of in the Cour't of Gel
oral Sessions since our last r,eport;
charged with r'efusing to woi'k tI
public roads, after being duly warneod I
do so-Messrs. Mcl)Ollald & Dougi
fori the defenidants. .T,ils case camne i1
on appieal fro.m tho court of TrIal Ju
tice Evans, where the de'feian)ts wei
fpumnd guilty. After+he'iring the ar'gi
mont of counsel, the Judge took tI
papers and reser'ved hIs decision. O
Wedneslay morning the Judge rem
'dered lisa deision, reversing the sei
tence of thd tili i jutic6 and dismis
ing the pi'ocqeding.
. tate,v., 4dgey .Thipmpson, .indlcte
* #r assatnlt and battery of a high al
tggt*vate liiature upoi- Jim'Brooks,
the prosoctitingwitness. A. M. Mackey,
t.;q., 'apitoired for the defendant.
After remaining in the room until
about iiine o'alock -ona .posc ay ilight,
who'!they camte into cour"t with a vor
dict or "Guilty".
Stitte vs. Oliver Ilathcock and oth
9i, charged with ref'usal to work the
t Public roads. '1'his was an appeal from
i : sentenlce imupozed by Trial Justice
Neil.' Colonel R1ion1 appeared for the
. defendants. 'hq Position taken by
. him, on behalf of the defendants, was
that as llioy were railroad handA, they
Were exempt from ordhiary road duty.
' This position is based upon thie tho(>y
is that railroads are highwayr, and that
one dolig his quota of labor upon"
them thus discharges the road dujy
t-equire'l by the statute. The case In
its diffe'rent bearings was argued at
some length by Colonel Rion and Solic
itor *Caston. Judge'"'Fraser took the
d case under advisement. Ilis decision
; Ni'll be looked for with great interest.
We are Informned that there is a case of
b the samte clatructer pending in the
Co.irt of Sessions for Chester county.
Ex partc P'rinmu4 Arnettc. In thic
matter, the. petitioner had beeti ro
n quired to give sureties to keep the
it peace, and, failing to.do so, had been
committed to jail. lie afterwards,
>l through his attorneys, Messrs. Mc
s-- loiald & 1)ouglass and llngsdale &
n Ragsdale, sought to be discharged,
through a writ of habceus corpus.
. tUider this writ he was brought before
g Trial Justices Neil and Cathcart, who
it refused the petition. The petitioners
wv appealed to-the Court of General Ses
sions. Judgo Frascl", after hearing
it the argument of counsel, dismissecl
d the ap.peal, on the ground that it sliont
r- have been taken from ti 'ei'Il Jus
, tices' decision, to i' anpreme Cloirt.
s. On Wedm"'ay morlniug the Court
it cnte1'-'1 upon the trial of the case of the
.tate vs. Alf. Smith, colored, charged
s with arson-setting tire to the house of
y Dut:hy Mitchell, also colored. Colonel
r J"as. II. Rtion appeared for the defence.
After several challenges, the following
3- jury was empanu'led: 1). G. Robertson
e (foremtan), A1; M. Wallace, S tpson
e Ilarris (colorc:1), Lewis T. WilleF, 1).
t- G. lt.f,l; Wiml. J. llaynes, James P.
I Cason, 'T'hos. C. Rains, .. A. Kenne
dy, A. J. IHanilton, J. B. Propst, J.
'ha J,rosecutinig witness, Duchy
Mitchell, testilled, in ,substance, that
on Sunday, Auurust 26? about middav,
her hous11e was bturtit in her absence
d from home. She had had no fire in
o the house. She said that Alf Smith
y had made threats to burn the house
nnless she would give hini what she
0 had. Ile had-rwepe(at'edt these threats
d She also testitled to seeing tracks. near
g the house hin-titt, which she idemui iler s
it the tracks of' the defenidanit. 8)ie said
,thast thtero was some money iln her
~tr'iunk in the house.
W. W. Uice testilledi that .ho saw a
I- trs.ek mmiar t he house burn'it. On I le
,f (lhLy olt' the lire I tracedl it. t'romtnear' t,he
h house to the dl(or of Ilip.h LU.hl's
hou1se.; I star'ted Io l'o,!llow ithe trk
befre he1irewa brining. \\'en
- airrested, Alt' said lhe had gone down i
e below IDuchyv's hou~ise, got ai wa'ter
.inteloit, st. dowl) nutitader a peach tre,
tniid eaten it. 1 foun:d whlei'e he, hasd
to at potint nteari tihe hiouse-abhout five
-steps d istanut from the house, ami thlen
e lost the track becamusex of' sonie high
wee(ds. I mieasuired the tracks pariticu
larly, and( thle different ones I have
inentionted wer'e all the samiie. T meas1-.
t uredC( themi oin Suniday andi( on Moinday.
On Monday evening~I saw the trark to
within four steps of the house burnt.
SThere weire cintlers in thle truclk,
0 CJross-examsin3l: There is nO public
a road between the twvo henses-Alf's
y and( D)ue'hy's-bult there is a Private
e r'oad a short distance from tihe house.
e Redirect: The tracks I saw were not
in any .roatd,
l)Daniel Sampson, .colored, swoi-n: I
mieasuired thle t,r'sih~ along wvitht Mrt.
Ci Brice. I k now Alf' Smith's tracks. I
a told hint I thought thiey were Alf's.
t We foundi the tracks. right lback of the
ekitcheni and1 tracied them to Lige.Illall's
(?.)or. Founid the tracks in thxe uhhlv
saw where they turned r'ound i(1 .wars
.e the fireo-sa . where somaebody' had
'e tied to make abitble ti-acks. I' thlink
the tn.ack was Alt's track.
3" Edward~ Goiey, swor'n testiiedh that
lie traced the tnty,ksa in the way de
scribed by Mr. W. W. Brice.
Qharles Brice, swVorn, also testified
-t ithustauice the same as Mi'. W. W.
>t Br'ice--tracing andi . identifyingth
;tracks ii the same war. g h
.. No cross5-examtiation.
Toney Erwin, colored, swor'n:
saw Alf8 mith at Lige llall's bonse
about one o'cloek 6li the davr Ducxhi's
house was bur'nt-as lie caine up t'he
rP hilIl' fromlh theq sprin&r. Ile said lie
>f 'hadn1't beeni tO Duely's house-he hand
just, been wvalng aibout, looking at hi.s4
cr'o). I saw. i mnt who looked1 mright y
hike Alf' Smith going over t.owar's
* Djmchy's house about hafpast eight
ii o'clock. . -
Cr'oss-cxanhmied: It was 'tie o'clock
t when I saw Alf sit Lige llall's honse.
The house wams opent.
1, Charl'es K(1ing, c'olore'd, sw.orn:) I saw~
Alf' Smith coiin g fiomt the sping on
0 the day time house wvas bun'it. le wais
conmig fr'om the direction of' Duchy's
Cr'oss-examnined: It was after' this
.that~ I saw t.etionose burning. I saIw
the smoke comning oult of the top of the
e ledirect: Alf' lad got aboiut a quar'
" fer of a mile fr'om Lige's wheni I sauw
the smoke. Ligo's is about a unile
SJaumes P. Timms, swvorn, testified
that on the Monday after; thie -l-ire lie
0 went, along with the Mcsse's. Bice,
bB amid tr'aced thin tr'aaks itn tho mnannrci
p descibhed In their testimomny.
,' D)uchy Mfit chell, recalled, and ex.
'0 amined by Coloneh Rion: I. nevemr told
m- D)or'cjs McCambrlick that.- I had had
e Iim' in the house. I never had anty flie
Sini my house. I never' told Amos Bird(
that eiChecr. I neveri tUl(d Dorcas not
- to say anythhag about It. I ntever' got
i- a trintg like this [a silver' 'iimg shown
-. witniess, with tw~o hcairts uplonl it] fr'om
Alf Smfth. lIe never gave mue any
such a ing,
Johnt bampson), colored,,. sworn
d t)nchy Mits.hnlla itnA fln..e at h.
f)tie, at any timc, on the Sunday of
Janes Shol,ton, colored, sworn: I
saw Alf Smith on the Stnday of the
burning. IIe was in to'wn. We left
hero to go to Ai'. 8tewart's place. We
parted at tho t,rk, alout a uiIn from
tOWnt. Ile -took fthe- left-hand fork,
wihich would take, hii to I)uchv'
Mithteltl's. Ifit'- lionse is about three
tmiles tromi (own. We left to%win about
h11tl'-pattt tenl o'clock.
Duchy \litch'll, su or: I have never
heard of aanyr t.h1re1ats a:gainst lilt. I
hlave been gotting On vell w ith Iny
Cross-examiiled: As soon1 as I s:aw
tho.,house burnt, I thought Allf Sm. iih
1111d set, tire to it. I Ievet' saw Ji1
Shelto., .flter the fire, till yesterdaty.
-Jt ncs Voodward, oienoored, sw'orn:
I releimber the day )uchv's haouse
was burnt. I saw Alf inl tivi 11out
flye--d'tlel: tht-it evening-at Mrv..J. M1.
llClnty's corner. Illis shoes atil br-ieh
es-legs were wet, as if he had been
through weeds and the like.
'1'he Slate here r"ested its case.
Charles Mimller, sworn: I keep n
jewelry store in1 'Wiannboro. Last
trap I sold Al' "Itaitlh ia silver ri1n1
with at douible heart. Thell price .w:si
forty cents. I sold it about last Oc:to"
Cross-aial.'d 1 sell a good deal
of,jewelry. The silver in1ig i on e that1
cuioored ladies like. They sell like hol
00res. I have sold ia great Iny.
Iicdirect.: T1he"re was. aa'lodber mto1
with Alt' when lie bong-ht the ring, bil
I don't know who lie was.
J1no. D. Smart, colored, sworn: 1
ktuow Alf Snit h and Duclty \it ehelI
AI' Smnith has been workin r with inc',
buildingI houses. I)uchy can.e ti liut
in 1'ebrulary, and asked for AIf Smith
She' camtle also to other buiibings in mlly
charg--Mr. (hhlteers's, Col. 1 lioia's
Mirs. Duvall's and Mrs. Owinmrs's. She
came frgquionitIy in August. In Jaili
aty, 1 iteU to hire Alf' fir the tWiolc
year, offering him seven dollars it weck,
Cros.s-examinied: I am a cousin of
All'Smith. 1 have had nothit g to da
with this ease, except to testify to
what I know.
Rettirect : I don't ilink it would lic
ncee;sary for anyb'ody to go t Cul.
I6o<1n to ret him to h!p, A11'Smuilh.
D)ore"as Vct;mbrick, c oored, swtlrn1:
I know 1)uchv Mitchell. Sihe Ievel
told m' aIINythIngI Itaot howt her htoUse
caught fire. She never told lin :ai1\"
thin_t ;tbot not telliig iuthulydy what
she said. .She ntever told t.e ay1 thinu
about tie cotto; ia ti house bturitni.,
Amos Itlird, oolored, .sworn: )uchty
never" toh lo m how she thoui_ht ier
house catI4l1t afire. Shte t"hd tile ol
Mlondiay auuruing she hadl carlric-d firl.
froii. l)oreas's hou>.e, but. it went out,
Site nevver tolt mte anything about t11e
Wml. WVoodw"atrd, colored, sworn:
I saw Duchy coime after Alf Sitit I
when he was working ott Smlart.'.
house. She cant for tnue)" at Ilc
Oiigs buiildinog nd the lion build
; t. I sa i' l give hter at dollar, inl
August, at the ion building.
A n1don1Ct ii Woodward.i'il, colodi
swvorn: I amt a car'et er--workedl
wvith A Itf anid Sart. 'l)uehr (0:1n te
the Oinigs ad (lhe D)uvall l'uilding tc
"et.111 tun ritrom Aft Sith 1.
.1anite 1ree i hu1 to', q *'':*i nIov-:
Oin;.a butild h.3. All rav her adl
wa S biurnIl I o:w .\il at iiy hou.ite al
tl. iirh Wi. sor, a11n-e oclc.
Cr s's-ex:ain~e,1: 1 am it. kin to Alf,'
O'clock-I n iot inedi that t <lock SItruell
one0. JFo3b'dv I.as al Alt's hiouise, ais I
lBndirect :I amu sae.ton of t he A. lI . P
clhuirch. Servie geera!Iy endls about
hatlf-po.st twelve o'clock, except on
1hivid Gotdon, colored, sworn:
kntow .Duchyv lit chell Id hIer lousc
and1( dog. I hieard Duichty had1( gonet
crazyi.. I passed by her htouse to seet ii
it waus -so. Th'le (log was1 there, am11
M\art ha Sith I, thte ife of the de.
for the defentce, limit .J udten i"rase~r lehl
Graevi~ ~ aisona, swvorti I at o All
Smith'smor-in-hllw. I remembmlhs3
the Situday thtat. Iichtv's hou1.<e wmii
hitrn t.. I saw im at m'ioring service
at tIle lOIallist clinirch,
C.ross-ex:inied: 'This was ab~out
three~ Sundays0 ago31.. Two14 havei pai Ssed
Sinc that1111 SitmtLay . I cam bt( ack fromr
the hal tismt aoutt onie o'clock.
lieti rect: This was (lhe la. i timc
tii(ty had1( baplltism1 at the cliurchl.
Dave Goridont, treca1l.d: 'lThe lais
time1 they had ha ptism1 at. 11(he Iit-i t
church wias onl .lt samei Sutndallr es thew
butrii r. Service tas over' abot half
past41 t welve O'clo(ck.
.(Cross-examgjined: I dlon't knowi h'ow
iany11 Sunolayvs havie passed('(.
Cicero lilchinson, colo)red, sworn:l
O n the~ (day of' the bu1rning3 I saw A It
SithI at h134isiouse. Th1ii wvas *fi.ti
Alf' SmaithI, the defentd:ttt, SwVorn:
I b)outghlt thte rinig fromi irt. A4 tller ini
Septembler, 188-2, aind gave iil to IDuchva.
I bought . 'watchi thle sain da3lIy. '
was pliait with Duchy b13lst yeart, and(
we staye un(1itder the( 34:une( r of. Tis j.
yeiar I dit ntot stalv in lier house, but ini
aniothIer i hos slie gave 1334. 1 -gave
upl) wVg.kin on4 4)1hle pIlace, In Apri1l
she. 'riid she1( wanited 3me 14o ciome out
3and( work with her~i. I have been31 wvork
Iing a (Wrol. She said: "If I.ou lea ve
me1( this year, you1 woni't get 4o1ilike yoit
(didi last yecar"'. She didn't like m13
leaving 10 tl hertand 1comin ) toVtw to
work. SIte catite to tIhe D.uvat I llose,
to get tue, to: comie back. She c:iine
tii'ce for thatt purpose034. At thle othitr
buiildinlgs shet camie for mloneyi. She
got mroiicy fromtti m e -rly evie'rv Suni
day' whten I went out t here. [11 pid lher
Ooc mronley that I got from Col, Ili
-six dollars-to pay totr ad miniistraIl in
onl bor' husband*i1('s estate. I got nlioneC
ne(ve3r wvent to him fo' mnoiney wVithiout
ge3ttinig it. Colonel llin bloIIt tie
hiouts I livo it. I think Ithe statemtici.
iado abiout my1 tracks are correct. I
wientL to D)uchy's house. 'To dog was
tnot tIhere. lie generai(1lly toltowys D)uchv.
I can i't say just wvhat ti me I left townt
that muorinig. I wais at. homei wvheni
my mnothier-in-Iawv cameI fromi church.Ch
I nevet thureatenied Duichy in the way
she has stated-thait I wold mrake ber
"loss" hera p)roerIt y. TIhe' burlning of
thte htouse was badl for me---caus8ing me
to losanmonny. I ge nuci., a box 0
miatchoe tllat' wQOkg bw&io
the house Wits burnt. On 'h6'Sunay
o' the buriinf, I was at Ligo tall's
houte. I'not 'Touy Ertyiu a littlo dil;
,tanleo from the house.,
Cross-exaniinod I hive a house and
lot. in'towit, not \t10lV"Imi(t for. I" run
a arl). MV wife kpops bontgp.. I have
chil'iret. I have i\6' sweothcarts now.
Until erop was ai.l y1', I had naA ol'k
except oi the fiat ti. I nlerwaiils
wori:K(i at niy trade. Vten 'Duchy
said she 'was goi.L to. work the-cr-op
herself, the prop Wi'ts All 1lid by exceopt
t.wo icres. *t1 was in the tir.t week
in .Iulv. My ivi't gilps ia silver ring
uI II two hearts on it. I tid not say
at thi' i'ehi1.1iuiiry that I did not go
ti"hitin St'even )teps) of tt\ hutiso. I
ra'1 that L went, within four.or (lve
Ste); of the honlsu.
II"alireet: I have hever said other
wise than thitt 1 went within 1'our or
five steps of t,he hoi e. I have never
given il wileioany ring.
(Gracv Misoi, .rettalle: I liavo seen
Ith t-iniig thit "Alf's wifo wears, (e
F'rank Yoniig's fitger.
.Cross .exaiined : I lon't know whpre
All''s wit got the riig.
Rediret.: I have seen her wearing it
about i tuotlih-not befoire.
Tie del'ne( here Closel.
1uchy: \titathell, r"oalled for the
State, in rely: I never s:iid to Alf at
ainy Iime th t if he left te he woultin't
iEf, ofl' its Ie did last ye,r. I unatik no
etl:rt to inltlee him io stav there.'. I
never" t(ld hitn I Was going to hav
hin put atwaty, and work.the Crop my
'lhe State 'hero closed, wh11n the
Cont look a recess for dinner. After
<linner lthe case wis atgned by Colonel
ition~ (or tin defence ail Solicit'or
Gaston for t:e Elato. The Judlge (1
livered h is charge, and the jnry retired.
Afl'r till absence of abont twenty
iintes, tfhey reitote<l n verdict of
''uility," with a recoinnmendation to
State vs. Isaac P'orcher, charged with
failing to work on 'the public roads
iiter being summoned to do so. This
was an appeal from thle scntentce of
Trial ,Justice Catheart. Mcssr3. Gail
lard & I eyllolds appeared for I:1C dle
l'en(lint. T'he chief' gaonnd takein was
that the defendant had never'been per
soniiilly suitnoied-the not}ce having
been only left at his house. Judge
h'raser hel this notice insuffleicl+l,
and he theororreversed the sentence
of the trial justlce and disInissed tire
The Coulrt then adjourned until to
day at half-past nine o'clock.
Its Praise"s are 11aa rl by theu wqvlt do and
in (hIe 1113.y Marts of ''r1o.
Me ssrs,. 13k-nson &i Co., of 1Iar"twell, Ga.,
Me.relanl11ts, in con ferstion with the popi.
I:ir (inav,.lin'r satlesui;an of the well k(now n
ho us' of COx, 11111 & TIoinmI pu, A tlanta,
Ght., said tiat. Norm.in's Netitraliziiq Cor
dial was n111 (x'elj. it. n'e(meditine 1ndt is. jiv
01% stida i ieever utsed. Tlhey sell
A gentlemai:un relpresenting the ltokf'd,
Ill., Watch Co., told one of ur n 1t.omliers
that. he heard Norman's Neutralizing Cor
dial highly spiol;en of'hy a; hosf of- ritltriad
iuO'1, w 11 hoI reIilommddd 141 all w hose
duties calledCI them)1 to dlIffere'nt parts of the(
4"nnu!try' where1' they are' sublleet to disorders
ofI thle sl.aImachi prodneed00 by change1~4.s o1
f 144d :unt4 water of whmich this medichi311e is (
speelt 12 CII mout a21ter.
, I ECi IA!I coummuonleat in of W~Intis
IIIl i Masoinie Itall this (Tr'1unsn-~
'eeninmg at 7% O'clock.
. I GEO. B. 3100ANT1S,
Winnsbl5oro S. & [L. Association
(IaIe mas)1 lan. onAscito:ilh
hel m e m l)oI lul1 at ighIIt IX'eh1c til
I .l. eredC for thn.a QZI 1$
I IS:;.All D.Q 1mih.i 7LN tt.IEN,'i
'I E 111d book are1Inow ope lltoy rec1'eiveth
and w '1Ve' ill i open utila Octobe 1iiitiht
u114'1 ll taxes1 11mpaid by'111 tht time le
C..ler'1k of CJounil.
* N OT ICE.
i' EIl und'er'suined wouild '$ respetl.flly In
for m the puh1l!i(e that t.hlere is no1 eO
parl)tnersip eI xwih bI letween myself ani
. McCal21l; 111m ( tat I amii in 1no Way re3
spons1h51d1 for 1ami will not settle anuvottBS
deb Its but my1~ oIwn. I would also requeste
114y 'hop, and( not with lmy emp1h)loye..
-hI. F. CA b 11W.l,LL.
Wmntahiloro, S. C., Sept. 10, 18843.
--Ask your neiglhor',wl ere to buy goo
iil.\I T Y'S C'O fINER STrOltE.
L ARGE CA Bl5AGEpN4b8.
SUGA R CUlRED R E A KIF ANIT
VERY lINE SMOKED BEElf.
ONE B1ARtEL NO. I ACItEREt
S. S. WOLFE'S.
-Your' Lawyer and your D)ocor Wh<i
advise with youl; wi.ji dilet you to J. M
, m,AT'S, f. Gom, Sos,
A EITNI MY$TIIA, NIB INDIAN lUT 61l1
I- ' TiFIC Al "FIS6111.
Am"'ti w i'iat a~tP
A . EbtaDY f Ored' b fe avea lid's bH
A REMEDY me which at prominent Atlani
erchant sai "I would havegivnf o a soo
al wou,ld a nikle for what two bottles of yot
- thedicine did for my daughter "
A REMEDY in r .to whet B. J. Cassell
. D.,Dru tt ma 'l G.d-a"
a ral tane in whic r a s t
and he beieves selre.ad.
A REMEDY f which a. Ferrell, An
Grane Gai.writeui " have used for the ast 2
years medicne yo are m a tti up an
ons der it the best cminia ion er gotte
Sefor the diseases for which it Is recomr
IEEDY of whriQb.:Wel JBranham Atlar1
et a: "hpig e the recpe .and have n
hes.ttio i adisng tsuse, an& confidentl
A REMEDY which the Rev. H. B. Johnsre
near Marietta, Ga., has used in his fan
fly with the "ut omnfaction" and recor
mended i to the fmisa es "who found itto
nst what t is recommended."
A REMEDY of which Pemberto,u iverson,
Denison say: "We have been sean for an
years. with on taty increasing sales.' Te a:
.hle is ata Ilth us, and oneo absolute merft.
A IEEDI of which Lamar, ankin & Lam
say: "We sold 0 n four months and nev
bold it i an t ut what it was wanted again,
A IEMEDY by which Dr. Baugh, of Lairang
Ga., says: "I cured one of the most obstinal
cases of VICARIOUS M INRUAT1oN that eve
eamo within na kl I ,'reawith a few bottles.
A iIMEDY of which Dr C. Husa NotouLa
Ala., say : I am fully convinced that it is n
.rived fo r that elassof diseases which It clain
A REMEDY about whih D.Bau of CWhitne
of Atlanta well an4 faotbi 'ow& .all, ovr
the Unite 8taie asaGenerailnurance'Agen
.s : "I .usedis remedy before ths oi
.age pft itai on n t a number ot ce
A R EDY about which Mr. C. Wus,rNoge, .g
Cartersvie, Ga., certifies that one hatte -cure
two memb rs of his family of menstrua lirregm
larlt of'manv yearastn g.
A RE EDY at ia chEAPER TIAN ANT OTWhi
MEDICINRoi its kind in the world, because 1 o
2 BOTTLEs wILL CUREs TnE MOsT ODS'INAT ASE
Tnis GREAT POPULAR REMEDY 1s BRADPIELD
FCMatsilEGULATI, (Woman's BestFriend.) Fe
sae mbyalle r ist. Price: omall size 75 cent
Bole rIprietor and Manufacturer
J. BRADF LE D,
No. 1088. Pryor 8trestr ATLANTA. Ok
NEW HIGH ARN
We( wa~nt to tell von souueinig abhouti ihl
new.Sen ing M:lahn, aniv sv*~ ill oileri
to you in a nutshell. 'To the lioint,:
Th'lere is nio unde(lr feed.
It has fewer working parts. t.han an
'['he old1 method if feedingi, belowv s em
cecIIting 11'minery dispenised wvitil
tils new Mzlte.hhr
It iS fhe easiesl. running, bentirw i. ha
the least Imnher of paris to move, a11l
(cons4 eitly, therie is iess friction1 mn1
All its palrts nre miad1e of the finest .sier
and( temIljered hard.
Nt'cei rolls-ttnd pivf1hfitar..nIsed for 1)egti
ings, il o!' preen frictioni and-insr lii ghtI
neoss of runnin11g.
All th~e work (on tils Machine IN of thi
ilhest grmle, anid .wt1il..con re favoral
webteWuikmnanshtip of it Winchleste
It is a perfect, model of neatn1ess.
.lt Is a modlern idea throlughlout.
'The mlechianiies are enttusiastic.
'P'he eratuks and1( (1b( fo'gies astoijhed.
Electant.st.yhes of wvoodwork arc made es
pressly for this~ "Naw IIron1 Ai.M DAVIS.
Ladlies, (c011e and( sen. .
Tailors, coime and1( se.0 I..
Experts, (come1 and( see It.
Mechanles, ('0me1 and0 see it.
Ewr~iybodly, come11 and see it.
1IRA ItN wHRATI IT wIl,d, D(
I' TN'enty-flye morIe of 'f.hese ,ra.lhines Jusi
n rrived, and ifor sal1e by
. . ..J. 0. ]IOAG.
. faehilnes(1delivered at your1 homes10 ani
fill hlstirtlons givent. A giltrlaunie wil
e!tvry 3llaebbi(' solf.. Over 450) (f thes
Maebine n1 o 1w in us in1 this couIlnty, an1
giv~ing uniIversal satt isfactionl ate'r liv
.Sendll linyour orders for a NEWA 11101
J. 0. UOAt.
AND FEED STA.BLES
IIORSES AND MULES
WINNRBORO, August 11, 1883,
JUST A1RRIVED1, two car-loads o
younig, fait, well bIroke Wes8tern HIOlIS10
-younlg mlares, Well broke to drIve in1gle o
(ouble. Also a few good saddile horses~
Any one *lilig to buy or swap~ had( het
ter call at once XnId get the pick. I wil
swa'j forny d(id all kInds, both hlorse
'nd mules, poor or fait.
BulIy Zeigler Brothers' Ladles', Misser
nd Childrenl s Fine Shoes.
J.fM RRA TY.
- i lintines. D1o11'd ,tn<( 1'hin11 w I i
igu e1t uslil.s, Lave<d Iltl ;iri, d Phii
r . SANI
STE~t , S', C C
:F CDTE sI I(.C
. A large :1'o1nt iwe',tt l'uat's, W't)n
sortIuent1 oi' Panls :a14 1'a1rasuls. Call
a trouble to show goods.
t., Very resllectftully,
T .G t" B
OPTOSI TE GRt.AXI) C1,
1I iVI jtlta vei t 1 ;t lIIr ( sttic-k of S!t
s'tuits o' C ashiu-rl, tiinnll 1, (Ieit ani e
In a il m e lafif t i vlt" of , . o l . tt ni..
ilO / s in ILow-yi;u e a m; o r ( ,it
Order Olit to ly ,are: ;ill x iI p
We 1a1 e a smal;ll <unntity o1
ed and Peas and Bran,. which i
Also., a luew burh;ls of It :(
Wc would remind our frien<
ty of GROCERI i at a ittic,
ly they are alway ;s FRES I I.
PRICES AND (V'AL
S- -. -M L
j -A arm"1'la.ni L ia t . *1. a -,
na :t.:l M.'a'h u t.ther lia .ui-me al' a.
ofra-~ t, t -rni
i-ronla y i-Ireavin lysetercy,lurnrrho'..' 1
- - Iluix, Gr'*inga l'..;:n, l:a't ,i y- I
* ih-aa.o alnI .iya.p-a. i lt, my
1. i d l.a .ll .t,-.m. a. .e - o
theSitc,meh at. O . *:- E , . .i nt ea a r
i int ia or ni i'.a,:-aof a- .r v.a a.
1I a as p'-ei.:.-at ;~Id hIarmlae.aat:1 1lb k
tad wvill not conIst ip:,te. Spe-ci;iy r, -
sw-nded'a for Dearnadckess anad Te~urih
Price '5c. aind $r.no pe btt:.
- Sod 1,y eli ))ra,:ajIetu eattd Ih-Ulrr in T .aicirn'
EXW3LETOR OHEITCAL CO,
S..,le Proarietoars, V'
Wash alla,fS.'. U.S. A.
Thle (Celebruaed "'Irunsw Ick aiuns-Iy
(Ocean (: .\I t kerat'.
a'I inn Corn Reef.
h:iporti e ~aAla.,leanIh S ardn.
I'tSa no (ho ne.se ) .\b u-kerel . .ta ij
AFre.shI Cheese. CSI[
Cnrpts m~I~GraEte P'iatpi (ot, eahe
"Wnslow's" I ic$su~cl Bas- lngca' A acd.n'a
"Ilovis ea orattt luor"at i Toata---~hand-s
ttCrose n e woll' s~eo (ow-tlon ihIieles.
Impoillte'y tEd,ualIgI tWore.sh- hire aner.
Oreh Sow-Pie.wt a
A LLNCSIIoAO ' ORI CASH.IN
u F and Gunbries.t T,
>- 4 1 rs--w- -. . .
0'QI T' . vnPi~i' 111;1 OI' ,L\'1111' (i1111'C9
11111 ()t,11( NaGIs 11(Ilc t1
'..d Y(i;uth1'.s'CLOTC11IN G, wl.ichi I
T.I.E L.f7T ',ST STYLES,
TED, T.O .ES.
LLu Iy and secure' .Uld AGNS. N'.
1 1f ul ( 'ilcr ' ti \:1t .. hs, 1 i(' rc
I, L COLUNARD N C
Ch,Iad ' in, Y t IUJ aNd i"('i
- tw ins.Asniei
A( inl ;. I"ar a 1'l "peci l " 11 G 1n.' FLY 1
nakes ;in excellent COW food.
Is that we uy a small (uan -
and buy (OFT! EN, consequIenlt.
D SEE U. 1)
I hat(9 1(wI nnd wn h l t. u rr s
C Ie Ir r ify aa. Iy:y, e,., I -s I - -
r I of I'2.. r a f mwt :04 19 ,e:_: 1
C:1v 1 selnt (.'0 1 ani dt n - ltc--- . a?
1-'.ry c.-- i aa e n . e ;i n t ,-;- fi :
a r. la a my life tI'I ia-a ia-s-r t:na wnar a.
tI I t w a.ld . ay La ,a..,n s:t it i -
II. L. UENNA;J, Perry, C'.
,Ta.:s 1:. t wa' b.I .a S m a' ' l e f- 1 r "
ranid r ' P,I N?a; (ha: . :asI:.r an..
.A.a.. .., G..
Wh' h'a eC Saan t be l.fre,:.a of '-"e 7
- ... PA T -: . Da:.
'a- 1:; ta a:- .) . A. :| J'. w .
La Ca i..ap.
I :,a0 a.'. .''!\ ' 1
* a u . a : a ''.. t aa.-h'> w! '.. a,1 a. r .-n
i d ' a .-. '.;: a I y . m : ala , .a aa a:c '.
I ~ a II aa a: a ra wer al , ta n ..Ita, Ga.
I7*'Write far th.e 10.tios book, Whte b 'a til bu mailed
l'r.':20 .aattil Bsi/0, fal.0) per tbciIt. JAl-go Utl7.e,
'haohhnaa 'i'sablu quantaity), Sl.D3 bolto!. All bruge.
- 3 m . Avl HMORHOD
O .$$ 5 of any form, or in
Foa anyI' strgobi aa' yIra .iai-ttbo It hsas bieen in popjna nuo
I'r'# .:n 'ar.., .intui, vea'ry Invorably knor/n as3 f
kn.r' f E' ;L. L bae talso theo very be.at rCeedy
kna: f1ora.s EORN NiPPLES, Fza.oNs, Consa
Firom otg~ome.ry, Ala.1 n gentleman writene '4a
hy ener ynil iath J' r en yea;rg an
(al!,d,s.1 ina'as,a.ito r':la-'r and a jaraa.'ent cure b.
A getlean ritd foinCarssein, AIn,: " [ ued4
Ptror (alntment itn an (Iggrava/'M 0a7e f PI!c.s g
rLihtu 1mssain, edl )and in. a credibly short thno
retby m)an oanaceipt of the price-Oc. a boz.
Eold b y I ylta ansd )oohersi overywherso.
k'zepaio.maly by thme anole Proprietor '
1No. 100 13. Pryor St., ATLI1Ar 'Ga.
A WVORD 1N SEASON!
I IIAVE: NOT'lIFiIEI) T1IIE FAIDIERS
oif .IlFirl to bini in theIr OLD GINS
forj repaIrs, 14:sL they are li)t dloing .9o,
11tad 1 am11 no~t aible to dlisa~ppoint a;purchtas
er of a new gin for tho repairing of ain old1
on. o par'tles' need( 'not bring theiy ging~
in jsu.t whaen theoy need them and1( expect to
"'ita them out in mny wagont," of' ''et
the Sait Otuda then the wvagont comest ini.'' .
I an odoal tework I can, I hope'
the (GlN MEN wonl't CROWD n* , in"
BFPI'TEMEERJ just iwl en they 'want theIl