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four dollar anmhm
Vance t tw dellers and
4Abt not paid in ad.
eM:itlon) ,for the fixet 11user.
- 0t1 on eehts per Iuch for each sub
Snoii. Thes rates apply to
ne ht of every character, id are
PAPou Iolrr '.br barom
e y n,advance. oars
oial srshe are char for as
tis . tarrage nolees, and
ann1,'W'ourieements of deaths, are pub
eiad are solicited. Liberalrs
k naice-T. Kt. Elliott,. In?.
it to. SAile-Jno. D. MoCa lly,
t of young ladies spenta
day at Rock City on
aort House Ring opened the
tik bason with a good deal of
_ 58 'tou on 'Thursday.
Ckes iyv ceroater and ap
dunty paper :boughit .for cash.
RAqSDALE. & RASDALS
L ilGordons are drIlfln
OthojiJnlig now in preparatie
ipeo ia o by the A djutanht ar G
odnk t tnith. liio. ieale
-Sefteeswill be held In tElio tt,
ildotl h by the Rev. John ts
m-oibtorro w, at 110'~clock ,a. m.,
--h remarks 'of MrR.D. M. Huey,
Of Wikpaboro, at the railroad meeting
4 t bJ a last Tuaday night, have
b66 'he iubject of much favorable
Oit of the keys to t hePgth of thle
stig~nyt~yIs lost or milslaid,
and having or finding the same
of.er a favor by leaving It at tho
T0 closing entertalimet of the
ilet4d Mutual Improvemnit Acso
on was given at their hall oil
day evening. We hope to give a
i acout of It in our next Issue.
' he way freight train Jon the
.0o. & A. Raioad run now only
Wieveckly-.the north-bound oi Mon
WeWdniesday an td Friday, and the
tIii-pouid onl Tuesday, Thursday
-Agood audience assembled at the
resyteianChurch onl Friday eye
Ingb a t he lecture of the Rev.
r.WTara, a native of Japan. We
.peoto gi ve a full account of his lec
400 in a later issue.
Tne cheapest and a good atid rll
taboekly newspaper the Colum
b fek~y egister, price one dollar
:a year. Eght. Pages of good reading
ETem ositherishe Chalo A.e
eti Muuar frmprovgentma o
oawbasiven at ter hix ile lon
ay eaughither Woe home lat giek.
Fihcon of in ore petisuean.i
-s hei thay reinghtotrins then
*t Cr. &in on tahem.rnno ol
-Nkveeksythe north-boun get aMood
yncdnatdaOpen rida ugy, nThe
Sprin Waon Tunesa Thuggy,
-tsAft oor apdiec ssebled at Doube
aness cbheapr tecture ofrh banabe
- pera J. naiv Bo apan *
ATED.-Ae agood mac co w. i Apc
1y~ i a trissufe.*
tae Coenewspaperof the oumn
Chtian~k~ Assoiation prie ne olmba
onathe 5The lnt ulateseaphcnews.
d Lelega from a dgfenten as'soa
* esis.a the isheries on tve in
*deihng t undreod poundrs
vacatthe wr som im.t ek
Fsof allrinds are Sumerillinndri
wt i are lii ontespcm.iyivieh
pappepn oriend opndgy pThroee
?Atfuolm Spring or Dary'oos, Wany
odbsat Noroe, Singele, and Double
tirngs usuap fouri cahe gneal
the. s~ore rofn J. 0. Boag, ato*a~h
-l e.-Ago ml*ow p
* -Y M C IA -OVNIN-h
oP hetoALn.BotA full anance of
eeates ate iferen follo:
umnsofth ngat wrs present.mDoub
eTh proceeins are bemying
teotn nd. mhukchenoo wll rs~l
* f'Q~th aore dclan
~ -r graig as n orpene e.
froma Sopin and uerhangehow
tha t~h sge rnwesweul ive hs toht
on of hesrt tored canld pan age
of ondes. ThC Rckall ealRnesiead
- Syeral woios goeis anlrd ver
cameg usuthls placd fio the counrl
andc -gae ine.Ah to bel hvn foura
terst oe n 0 og, ou yeas.he,
doub~wle bros n ther canoa
feature. Thes letas ars fow:mle
t tl te uinurons aehmi g jus
Id and attached to thosa oral;
'he-xuamnoe waes are bummi en t
nrnoeu ther werceno all tues
.and the e nybows larn ylse
we re ust -aoe the chekboe.A
thisrpit thre big coao cap.oete
fsmidupe of ourta resembnes ashos
the. ntheraei c stane lea ot
none ofais ight btwee he calle and
*lowerlp whecheksnbe a cloedr
cmuh t thews pefomh onthry
either. ghe irhito as chil-'bving four
ter a oubl aboubl eeyeas
Thu~e eyeroanrg her sabyorma
W ers e extra earwere srllerl
-hourc th atuhrae oes aon Nrewdry
?l)0hnnd h fad atand t tse ongans.
tail~Ove 113ic*e ins which be can
W mannother 4pakea
hl pants-n extra leg
to hold his 0a -
EfZICTING OF CORPORATORs.-At the
recent meeting of the representatives
interested in - the Chester, Greenwood
and Abbeville Railroad, at Columbia,
the delegates from, Winnsboro asked
that no definite action as to the line be
taken until our county could be heard
from. At a meeting of the corpora
tors on the morning after the general
meeting it was decided to open the
books for the subscription necessary to
secure the charter, and that said sub
scription be scoured in favor of the
line proposed Jn the original charter.
We could expect flothing else but this,
as the corporators were men from the
towns along the proposed line and of
course acted in their own interest; but
the great question is whether the town
ships ~and counties along the line will
subscribe to the road. As a trhtter of
fhet the. projected'rillroad will be built
on.the route which .oflers the greatest
advantages and inducements to the
moneyed men of thq concern. Mr.
Robertson, president of the Seaboard
anids nboat system of Virginia, in
erred the route
o to . . ......for evdry S100,
909 ijlvs by. the people, along the line
nd we believe oum ookiny can offbr the
greatest: advantages.- In the original
plai it 'l s' to c6me by Lancaster,
Winnsboro, 1(wberry and on to At
lanta, thus giving the system a com
peting line with the othet Southern
railroads. Our people can get the
roadond k&entleman of town. is in
son and will be able to gyive some in
rormation on the subject at the ap
proaching meeting. Lot us bq up and
LETTER FROM ARKANSAS.
rho Fine Crop Prospect-.-Imnmigrants
from the South Moving Largely Into Ar.
PINE BLUFF, AniK., April 12.-The
past winter, which was one of unusual
severity in this part of the country,
ifter lingering long in the "lap of
spridlg", at last has given place to
ivarm, inviting sunshine, singing birds
%nd blooming flowers, which herald
the near approach of summer. The
weather continued changeable and un
-ertaln and very discouraging to plan
ters up to the 5th instant, when there
was a heavy fall of snow, but it not
being cold enough to freeze, after a
raw hours of sunshine all traces of the
mnow disappeared, leaving no visible
sign of damage either to the fruit crop
)r to vegetation. Since then the
weather has been such as to cause
everything to put, on a new aspect of
life and vigor.
The farmers throughout the country
are very busy making preparations, as
issual, for a large crop of cotton. This
la a good corn country, but cotton is
made the leading crop. There is very
little small g'ain raised here, and what
is, is generally sown late in the spring,
ris the abuhdance of rain acid the har~d
freezes during the winter almost in
variably prove destructive to fall sow
T'here has been the greatest demand
an the part of farmers this spring for
supplies I ever heard of. This is
partly owing to the fact that the influx
of immigration during the past winter
was unusually large, most of the new
somers being negroes who had just
enough, or but little more money than
it took to defray their expenses here,
aind owing to certain changes made in
the mortgage law by our 'last Legisla
ture, a inortgage on crop without stock
or some kind of real estate is not valid
security. Hence many have experi
enced considerable difficulty in obtain
ing supplies. But the new-comers are
not alone in this respect. There is a
class of imrmers here, as there is every
where, I enppose, who, from a lack of
foresight a proper economy, or from
other causes, have gotten behind, and
depend altogether on the eredit system
for supplies during the summer, and
tb live hard, they pay such enor
L~~sr'ses for what they consume,
thet their sell their props in the
fail it takes ab ut all they have made
to square up with thei' merchant, and
thus it goes
"The little bee sucks the mud-.
And the big bee sucks the honey;
The poor man makes the crop
.But the rich man gets the money".
I met a great many negroes here,
who came ikom Newberry, Lexington
andRichland counties, last December
and January. They seem greatly
pleased teitlt their now homes, and are
expecting manyof their frlends in the
old State to join theni. here next win
ter.- T snegroes atre airpady in the
m ~Jr~yhere, and their ntmbes are
nearly dubled every year.
The leading topic of conversatioit
here for several weeks Dast has been
the strikes, the bad effects of which
have been so seriously felt in St. Louis,
Little Rock and other neighboring
cities. Since they have ended, the
talk has turned to the overflow of the
Missisisippi and the expected rise of
the Arkansas. I will write of this
rise when it comes. E. J. c.
What a Misasssppi Pilot'Says.
Capt. D. M. -Riggs, who is well
known at New Orleans and along the
Mississippi river, says, "I have been
suffering from Dyspepsia for the past
five years, and from broken rest, by
satere palns in the bowels and kid
neys. I tried every medicine recomn
mended for these diseases, without
success, At last I used a bottle of
Brown's Iron Bitters, which proved a
perfect success in my case." It cures
all liver, kidney and malarial diseases.*
-The sensational story about the
contemplated marriage of Miss Cal
houn to the Minister of PersIea, Mr.
Fred. H. Winston, is flatly denied by
the lady, who is visiting in Washing
-McCormick, the wvelh kuown reaper
manufacturer of Chicago, refuses to
reinstate the 800 men disacharged dur
ing the recent strike. The .committee
of the Knights of Labor who waited
upon him will recommend boycotting
- " ;3T-O'
Te set su~ to u tn qetem ae
a ceasa tion a
Ws . DIQXB UUKLDURT ORI
60 N st Mi aax #"A1A
Mostofthedsease whichiS~lotjnankind are origin
rusedyasordredoondkin fr'd Wthe LIVER
tin, erI f the Dow Qo pato Iu
buoy Ercot aoan Bunin ofth Som
(time ruoafoe Uearturn) Miaa Malaria
BdFlux, Chls an ver Brean 1n 6ev ,
Exhuston ere o afte Feers, Iobro b
rhOes. LeoA te Headache, Foolr
Fo al n ta to kima, D. earing-d
Ph as, Bkues. Nervous DQniDepe _umhw
acho, &c.. ho, D.MvhJLM.JLMJZBJJJJJ
i d FevSOA, C alWe S.
xchanges the oexo fAro ady, yeo
tinge, to a ruddy, healthy color. It entirely removes
low. gloomy spirits. 6 Is one of the BEST A.
TERATIVES and PURIFIERS OF THE
BlOOD, and il A VAL.UABE TONIO.
14r sale brallDiggate. Prcoaor.00 per bottle,
. F. STdADICER, Proprietor,
?40 S0. FRONT ST., Philadelphia, Pa.
SHEI I F~F'S SALE.(
BY virtue of an execution to me direct
ed, I will offer for sake before the
Iourt house door in Winnsboro, S. ., 01n !
FIRST MONDAY iN MAY.
text, within the legal hours of sale, to thle
ilghest bidder, for iASH, the following.
leseribed personal p~toperty, to wit: 2
Boots, Shoes, hats, Notions, Tobacco, 6
rockeryware, T1inwar, Potware and a
lo of Drugs. Also, one Show Case,
e pair of Platform Scales and two pair i
4f Couter Scales.
Levied upon as the property of Andrew
Wr. Eargle and Andrewv M. Wall ace at tihe
ut of Morris Nowberger' &- Sons against
The s te will continue fronm (day to lay
mtil the entire stack is disposed of.1 .
JNO. D. McCAR LEY,
Theriff's Offc,S. F.'C.
Wlnnsboro, S. C.,
tprll 16th, 1886. C
T'OnlnIDDING THlE DIGGING OF DIRT ANDo
GRAVEL PROM THE STnEETs AND PAVE,
MENTs OP THE TOwN OP WINNSInORO,
Be it cnaecd and~ ordained by tile In1
;endant and Wardens of the Towvn of
Wilnnsboro, S. C., in Council met, anld by n1
~he authority of tihe same:
SEcTION 1. That from anid after tihe S
idoption of tis ordinance, it shlall not be
.aWful for any person, without the permnis- ]
ion of tihe I1own Council of Winnsboro,
o dig up or remove rn y dirt, gravel, earth
3r other soil, from the pavements anid
ntreets of saidl town, or from an1y land
>wned or controlled by tihe said -Town
SEc. 2. Any person offending gis
thle provisions oths ordinance shall, upon
sonviction thereof, be nined .ln a sum not a
less thlan five, nor more than twenty-fiye,
holiars, or be imprisoned, at tihe -discretlon I
>f tile intendant, for a period not exced
ing ten days.
Done in Council tIs tile first day of
April, In tile year of our Lord,
[L. s.] eilteen hlundred and eighty-six,
and with tile Corporate Seal of tile
T. K. ELLIOTT,
Attest: I. N. WIT~Hrins, Clerk.
SEA LED PROPOSALS for thle rent of
the market, for the year commnencing May
1, 1880, will be received by the Town
Council of Winnsborounp to April 80, 1886,
at 12 o'clock, m. L. N. WITHERS,
Clerk of Councill.
NORMAN PERCHiERON STALMIOS
May be found as follows, until furthler
Winnsboro, March 20-31.
Blackstock, April 1--3.
Bell's Bridge, AprIl 5-10.
Winnsboro, Aril 12--14.
Blaokstock, April 15-17.
Bell's Bridge Aril 19-24.
Winnsboro, Api 26-28.
Blackstock, ArIl 29, 30, May 1.
Bell's Bridge, ay 3-8.
Blackstoek, May 13-15.]
Bell's Bridge, ay 17-22
Winnsboro, May 2'4-26.
Blackstoek, May 27-29.
Othler appointmenlts wvill be announced
"Major is a beautiful red bay, bliack
manio and tail, nine years old, a grAl
walker, and works well in harness, lie
was bred and raised by E. Dillon & Co., I
Bloomington, Ills.; wvas sired by celebrated
St. Laurent, a horse whlose reputationl and
record as a breeder are not excelled by
thlose of any draft stallion on the Conti
nent. St. Laurent is also tihe liargest, hoov
lest-boned and most powerful Norman
horse ever imported to tile United States.
Notwithstimnding. Major's iminense size he
possesses mrny fine points seldom found in
so large a horse-such broad, flat legs,
massive quarters, wond~s-ful shoulders
risIng well on the wethiers elegant arehed
neck, a fine hlead well set on, large, expres
sive eyes, for whleh his colts are all noted.
Terms--Twenty dollars insurance, or
fifteen dollars season.
Mares from a dIstance will be pastured
on reasonable terms.
H I.R. ADAMS,
Mar2stx~m WVimnnro. R.
P. Lmneoker & Dro.
w WE HAVE REOFIVED OUR
Stock of new
md requesa n inspection by our custom
3rs and the trade generally, both in and
nit of Town.
We lavea flh asi meht of'
or Calicos at 6 5eite.
WLI)rcss Goods'fr6ni 8 cents up.
WiBlack andColored Satins.
3WPVelvet Brocades in different color
We have INDIA LAWNS AT FIVE
)ENTS per yard.
iiP.'Furnishing Goods and
3IlH~a , for meii and boys.
IM'We are agnktti for the
THE BEST AND CIIHEAPES'i'SHIRTS
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
IGARS I CIGARS 11 CIGARS I I
Good Cigars at 21 cents apiece,
ood Cigars 3 fo 10 cents, good
igars at 5 cents apiece, fine Ci
ars 3 for 25 cents, fine Cigars 2
)r 25 cents, Superior Cigars 1 for
5 cents, at F.W. Habenicht's
THE GRAND JURY OF FAIRFIELD
ounty, State of South Carolina, for the
aar 1886, in exaimiing public buildings
umd that the NEW -HOUSE .recentlyC
HROESCHEL & Co.,
ext doore to D~r. W. E. Alken's Drug
tore, as a
tEST AU R A N T, B At R
3and that it is tieatly and properly kept,
nd that the proprietors do all In theirI
owver to please their customers by serv
aig them with the bestI
~VINES, LIQUORS, OIGARS
nd give the LARGEST MEAL and the
IIGGEST DRINK for less money thanI
ny Rouse In the County. Therefore, wve I
ocommend the pm bile to patronize themi. j
. DAV! JoNEs, Foremn. x
To be found at F. W. Habe- j
dioht's : Fine Gigr - Brandy, i
31ackberry aidy Od Whiskies, 1
?ide.Rums ueG',Talu Rtock j
rnd y, oiTni, Cier, -Port 1
Wine, herry. Wine, Seltzer Wa- j
er, Ales, ete.' enera i,
WIN NSBORO HOTEL,
H IE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS
in informing the pepl of Fairfield
Jount and th.travlig. public that - he
las taen charge of the 'WINNS:BORO
IOTEL, and is no~ ppared to receive
'oth ermanontand trient boarders.
T he building has -jtist been repainted
nd pu in first-tate 'condition throughout.
hetable willibe oupplied with the best
hat the local and :neIghboring markets
dfford and no pains will be spared to in
uro e comfort of guests.
A Sal Rom Is provided, convenient
y' arran'ed otth6t uso of Commercial
A share of the public patronage is re
A, F. GOODINO,
Otard, Dupy& Co.'s C a
B~rand, TrbeFlavor Hlad 1
(in, . fi. Mumm & Co.'s Chamn-.
pagne, Rose's Royal Belfast Gin
er Ale, Pure Jamaica Rum,
i~nune Port anid Sherry Wine,
at 'F. W. HA.1endht' iSnlnon.
NOfCO' to Farmers.
NOW IS THE TIME'TO BUY
SO NOW COME AND LOOK AT TIE
Nixon's Patent Heel Sweep.
Cotton Planters-three kinds.
. Blue Grass Sulky Plow.
Walter A. Wood's Reapers and Mowers.
Tanner & Delaney Engines.
Early Field Seed Corn.
Early Garden Seed Corn.
Garden Seed-all kinds.
Come and make selection from my stock,
>r give order for what you need. I deal
Mar30xtf - JAMES PAGAN.
-TRADE '\ MARK.
fiwet ne.rawingCuntiries ofTurope,
reommnendedas acure anaprnntive of
F'EVER AND AGU E ,
adalolhardiaseoases originatng from
33 1A 0 03-3
cnrnfarD ysepsi,Cramp m,,vi stomach,
animmeatorelief for Dysentry,Uolid,
Cholera-morbus andkindred diseases,
GeneralWeaknessNervous and Mantal
Debility, a souvereignro medyfor Liver
Complaint.andadiseases of the Kidnies,an
without a raval?
abshortinbr invigorating ailfhe~funmdlions
oftheosystem, ltas unequallecd.
AsmallWine-glassfullthi-eutimes a day.
Sold bysalDruggists and dealoesgenerally.
TOPAZ CINCHODNA CO RDIAL CO.,
SPrice per' Bottle $1.00.
liarlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R
1CHEDULE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 4
1885,--Eastern Standard Time.
NO. 53. MAIL AND EXPnEss.
cave Augusta...............9.10 a. mn.
cave WV. C. &. A. Junction..1.12 p. mn.
rrive at Columbia...........1.22 p. mn,
cave Columbia..............1.32 p. mn.
cave Killian's...............1.58 p. mn.
cave Blythewvood............2.13 p. m
cave Ridgewvay..............2.34 p. in.
eave Simpson's...............47 p. mn.
cave Winusboro..............02 p. in.
cave White Oak.............3.22 p. mn.
ceave Woodwvard's.. .. . .... .. ..34 p. mn.
eave Blackstock.............3.50 p. in.
ceave Cornwall's................58 p. mn.
ceave Chester.................1 p. in.
,eave Lewis'.................4.32 p. mn.
eave Smith's................4.40 p. mn.
ceave Rock 11111.............4.56 p. in.
ceave Fort Mill..............5.20 p, in.
eave Pineyvile...............5.40 p. in.
i'rrve at Charlotte............,00 p. in
xrrive at Statesville,.. ...... ..9.35 p. in
NO. 52, MAIL AND EXPREss.
cave Statesville.............7.45 a. mn.
save Charlotte..............1.00 p. in
eave Pinevillo...............1.27 p. mn
ceave Fort Mill..... .........1.44 p. mn.
eave Rook 11111........... ...2.02 p. mn.
.eave Smith's...............2.22 p. mn.
.cave Lewis'.................2.30 p mn.
.eave Chester............... .2.44 p. in.
.cave Corn wall's.............3.03 p. mn.
.eave Blackstock.............3. 12 p. in.
.eave Woodward's...........3.18 p. mn.
.eave White Oak.......-.......3.30 p. in.
.eave Winnsboro.............3.48 p. mn.
,eave Simpson's............ ..4.03 p. in.
.eave Rid wy..............4.18 p. mn.
eave loWood..... ... ..4.32 p. mn.
eave.Kllli's...............4.49 p. m
rrive at Columbia...........5.15 p. in
eave Columbia..............5.25 p. in.
eave W. C. & A. Junction..5.57 p. mn.
rrive at Auigusta........ ....9.38 p. in.
Conneetion la now made at Chester(b
~ains 52'ud 53) for Lancaster and inter
iediste points on C. & C. R. R., and for
Il points on C. & L. RI. R. as far as New
mi, N, C.
C. W. CHIEARS, Assist. G. P. A.
G. R. TAL.COTT, Superintendent.
D. CARDWELL. A. 0. P. A.
'JUST RECEIVED I
One Cask Tennent's XXX Por-.
or, Imported, one Cask Bass Pale
A~le, Imported, one Cask Milwau-.
cee Lager Beer, one Cask Boss's
Royal Ginger Ale, Imported, one
Diask Export Lager Beer, at F. W.
TO THE PUBLIC.
M Attention is called to my IMMENSE STOCK o
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES AND
GENTS' FURNISHING .GOODS.
MMy Store is being filled evety day with THE BEST
OF GOODS, which will be sold at REIGULAR PRICES.
They are considered the CHEAPEST in Town. An
early inspection is solicited.
GRAND ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS
PRICES GUARANTEED TO BE THE LOWEST I
JUST IIECEIVED : Choicest and latest styles Dress Goods, Buntings, Cash
meres, Black and White Goods, Laces, Edgigs, Allovers, Table Damnasas, Quilts,
Towels, 1oylles, Gents anid dies' Underwear, Triumings, Corsets, and a full ani
Complete Hinm of 1)olicstic G'1od. rm isc sean a'M
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST LINE 01 STRAW HATS
FOR LADIES, MISSESi, MIN AND CHILDR.E1N IN TOWN.
Conie and see theni . I will savo you from 10 to 29 per cent.. If you will only by
your fine SRIUNG S1OES f rom ille.
WM Next door to Winnsboro National Bank.
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD.
LIGHT-RUNNX? rantif- *-.. -
I hk.... r..-Jd-n6ws the new style of
Wood work the coipany Is now intro
AltTISTICA LLY BEAUTIFUL
WITH[OUT' A lpEER.
Ini Its muechianleail construcetion it has
TFilE NEWV LINE OF ATTACII.
iawents that. are now being placed with
the 1(MlESIC are ipee lalties. No
oter miaclihnhas theni. These attach
-NEWV WOOD WORK
W nmake the DJOMESTIC more than evei
ith qit tlo ici te ackntowledged
For Sale by J. MI IEATY & BRO., WinnsbQro, S. C.
t"Agents wanted in unoccupied territory. Address DOMESTIC SEWING MA
CH INE COMPANY, 909 Main Street, Richmond, Va. M::y23-)1y
BUCK-THORN FENCE "s**aBT H# Ro'.
Eas oto vo Safo ad Strong. andsomer Laig and c n' heao.
Writo for samplo and Qircular. Tho Bucok-Thorn Fence Co., Trenton, N. i.
T'ilti above anid Ribbon W ire (same style without barbs), Grape Trellis Wire,
Sheet iron, Black and Galvanized Rusaia Iron, Tin Plate, Vall'
roRi OUR SPRiNG ADVERTISEMENT.
IT WILL APPEAR IN TI-HIS SPACE IN A
W e are getting up steam and preparing to nmake a noise,
for we have
STOCKS OF NEW GOODS
Coming'in every (lay, and they must, be sold. So come
__ _____Q. ID. WILLIFORD & CO.
I $LIN IENTP;