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I VRSDAy, DBORMBEIS Ol, 1878.
RAILROAD SCHEDULE.-The follow
ing is the present schedule of arrivals,
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
DAY PAssNGR-GOING NORTH.
Columbia - - 1.45 P. x.
Blythewood - 2.41 "
Ridgeway - 3.03 "
Winnsboro - - 3.35
Woodward's - 4.10 "
Black8tock - 4.15 "
Chester - - 4.46 "
DAY PAssa5GBR-GoING SOUTIT.
Chester - 12.47 r. x.
Blackstock - - 1.16 '
Woodward's - - 1.21 "
Winnsboro - - 1.66 "
Rlidgeway - - 2.26 "
Blythewood - - 2.44
Columbia - - 3.2 "
Notice to Shareholders--T. K. El
Procure It in time if you wish to save
doctor bills. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Price 25 cents.
D iATHOV MIuS. NANCY 8. PIINNET.
Mrs. Nancy S. P'hinney diod hi W imis..
boro on Saturday, in her eighty
eighth year. She was one of the old
est residents of the town, and was
highly respected and beloved. Her
remains were interred in the Presby
terian cemetery on Monday.
Remember the concert to-night.
All who were present on Christmas
night will be admitted free of charge.
Among the features of the evening
will be the voting of a handsome silver
card-ease to the most potilar young
1:,dy. At this election all will be
-llowed to vote--menb. women and
children. Price of votes, te cents
DEATIC oF Mns. It. T. NOTT.-A
private letter announces the death, in
Greon county, Alabama, of . Mrs.
Martha C. Nott, at an advanced age.
Mrs. Nott was a Miss Means, and the
widow of M. Richard T. Nott, who
was, many years ago, i lawyer in
Winnsboro, but moved to Alabama
where lie lived up to the time of his
TypE FoR SALE.-WC offer for sale
two hundred pounds !oug primer type
-that with which the outside of Tu
NEws AND hERALD Is now printed.
This type is in excellent condition, and
is only abandoned because we wish to
change the style of our type. We
offer it at the low price of twenty cdnts
per pouid for.the lot; smaller quan
tities in proportion.
"Tn TEACHE."-We have re
ceived- tLe first niumber of "Thp
Teacher," a new educational monthly
published by MessrA. Eldredge & Co.,
of Philadelphia, at the low price of
fifty cents a year. The first number
Is a beautiful specimnen of typography
and It has several interesting articles.
One, on "How to teach spelling," is
in Itself wvorth four or flye times the
sublscriptlin. No progressive teacher
should be without an educational
paper; and the merit and low price of
"The Teacher" especially recommend
it to subscribers.
is a p)erfect epidem'ic In these parts.
The F'easterville Sumnday-achool suc
ceeded most admirably In a Christmas
Tree. The occasion was witnessed by
a house full of spectators. The tree
was heavily laden with ornamental,
useful and valuable presents, which
wvere distributed at three o'clock in the
Mrs. Llz;le Coleman, the faithful
and goodl wife of Mr. G. W. Coleman,
aad daughter of Mr. Samuel Stevenson,
died on the 22d of December, after
beiag continied -for a long time to her
bed. She leaves a kind husband,
several bright children, many relatives
and a multitude of frlends to mnoura
her untimely departure. H1.
TIlE MlfUNT.tl1N3 05'TENNR.SHEE.
The Beautiful Sights Witnessed by a
Fatileud Man in a~ IAtblo Tour la Quest
Afesars. Editors: As I have just re
turned from my western tour, which
was made for the purpose of trying to
recover my lost health, and having ac
complished that ail-dewired enid, I will
give you a compendium of my trip to
* aftd stay in Georgia and Tenntessee, as
the same may possibly be of use to
some others who may some time be so
unfortuate as to need a change of
water, sceneory; etc.
I left my home at Feastervlle on~ the
8th day of August last, arrived at
Spartanistg on the samne day, anid
stopped at the Palmetto House, WVhaioh
ss located in the central part of that
thriving little city. This house Is well
kept, with rates of faro moderato. I
left Spartanaburg at 4:15 ona tl19 m ia
ing of the tig e pyj g QNs" the Air
Line to Atlatasa distanee of one
hundred and. ninety-two miles-in |
about eight hour..' he aoa
tions on that ffvo bif Ailedab
aba Speed of-travel.lahAlsaa
2:1, p. n., of the same day and ar
rived at Tunnel 11111, a beautiful,
healthy and very pleasant little village
situated on the Western and Atlantic
Railroad, in the extreme northern por
tion of the groat State of Georgia, one
hundred and seven miles above Atlan
ta and thirty miles south of Chatta
nooga, Tennessee. At this place, and.
in the delightful valley of Dogwood,
although I was only the wreck of a
human boing for at least six weeks of
the tine, I spent four of the most
pleasant months of my life. The meet
hng and association with my relatives
and old friends, was a feast never to
be forgotten, and the making of new
acquaintances, with the civility extend
ed to me by see of thema, was a
source of happiness so broad that I
will not attempt to describe it. The
last visit I made to Tutinel 11111, I
spent the evening at a private hou%e,
where I was so pleasantly entertained
by one of its female iini 'e that I ex
perience nuch sadness of hirt whei
I think of (he vast distaie between
Feasterville and Tunnel ifill. Dur
ing my stay over there, I was several
times in Tennessee; was at Chatta
nooga and on-the Teanessee River.
Oin December 12th I visited Cam
eron Hill, a small timnborles, mountain,
situated between the city of Chatta
n1o0iga aid the river. It is elevated
8evcral hundred feet above the lcyJ
of the river. From the Stunimit of this
hill can be taken it au oue single view
the whole city and its suburbs.
Then by looking i another direction,
7ou beold the turbid Tennessee, with
ita serpttine meanderings, its boats,
dock-yard, harves, waterworks, etc.
On the morning of the 13th of be
cember I procured a horse at one of
the city stables, and started to Look
Out Mounltali, which stands witI
grand abruptness off to the south.
After riding five or six miles the top
of the mountain was reached. The
turnpike up the mountain is kept in
splendid condition, though very steep,
at times rising with a grade of eighteen
to twenty feet in one hunded. At
some points of the ascent one is made"
to feel perfectly awful. On looking
to the right, the improssiont forces its
self upon the minad that away back in
the gloomy past, nature had made a
grand effort, and not in vain, to pro
duce someting on tiw scale of mai
moth grandeur. There are walls of.
rock towering upward, as if thel
meant to commune with the sky, and.
rising as perenudicular atind orderly as
if they nad been erected by skilful
anasons, while on the left is beheld a
fearful precipice. Tihe tops of tall
trees are seen far below, which causes
one to feel more like traveling in a
balloonl thanl on tihe earth. On reach
ing tie top of the mountain, right on fin
fr;ont,,. bursts suddenly upon the ex
cited eye a considerable village, which
can boast of its beautiful lawns, parks
good water, well kept hotels, natural
cuiiOsities, etc. There is a natural
bridge icar one of the hotels: it spans
a distance of about one hundred feet.
Immediately under and right on past
the bridge, is a grotto in a solid rock
in the side of a hill, from which flows
a flue chalyboate spring. Three
fourths of a mile from the vill e is
the Point, where there is a pioto
graphie gallery. From the Point is
seenm Chattanooga, which looks like a
multtudeof coops inm a fowl yard,
whlris passing6 over the Mer~phis
and Chmarlestona, amnd Chattanmooga and
Nashville Railroads can be seen .going
inm and out of' the city-theoir size so
muchm diminished by the vast space
looked through that they appear anid
move more like worms than like rail
roadi trains. Fr'mom the summit of this
mountaina partu of seven States can be
seen, while thae farms l.ving in the
broad amid fertile valley of thae Chicka
m augaapea like so maniy. garden
spots. 'J o leave tihe Point amnd time side
from which the ascent is made, one
imagines that he is traveling through
an ordlinary country, for the mnounitailn
up there has its hills, hollows, springs,
brancehes, fields, settlemnenus.ctc. Three
miles froma the Point is llock City,
near which p asses the line betwveen
Georgia and Tennessee. Six miles
from the Point Is Luha Lake, which is
said to be b)ottoinless.
IMuch more could be said, but I
fear I have already trespassed upon
your space. J. HlENDnIX MOIjANE.
Notice to the JSareholders
I OF THE
WINNSBOR O NATIONAL BANK!
r p lE Board of Directors of the Bank
hLaavling doolare.l a dividend of 34 per
e mnt. nn thie capiltal stook oat -of its net
earnings for tha last six miouths, the
sam will be paid to its shArehohders on
an,) afrter the 3rd day of Ja;, nar, 1879.
TI. K. ERh,0.TT,
de 31--1t Cashieor.
LIVES ARE OFTEN LOST
.B'**"he '''e'of chea Kei'"*n. Get
oneenof our safeiy Lamps in which
even the most dangerous oil is safe.
$20,000 Saved Yearly to Fairfield,
When our farmera learn to purchase
'homleals and mnaise their o wn fertilizers.
Call and get a book tehiag haoa it c,an be
dec 28 MoMIASTEli A BRIOE .
NOTIOE TO CREDITORS.
Padn.r Jurid*' Otnres,
WINNsnono, 8. 1(,, Novemle 1 8, 1878.
.LL persmonm having elaIj nt the
Sestate of Jammes J. Alkon1 amsed,.are
hereby notifl etlfat they 101st eatablsh
thme amue before the Judge ef'PFrobate of
irald county, at his cfof4,An orblemnre
the 1st day of January 1q79, or bed.
batred fromn pafIentof time ame.
nov 21-it law8w 4.T )P ol,
PIANOS & ORAN91T
FRQM THE. BEST MAKERS
TO DE SOLD AT
Ten of the leading Manufacturer's of the U.
B., have given~ us excluive control Of their In
struient in the South, and authorzed us to
cc orInrodctonand advertiwement, ONN
IMIOUBAND of their best tumtrumunts In repro
sentm lys Southern households at Factory
WHOLESALE HtATES. Thlo
GRAND INTRODUCTION SALE
Comenced Nov. 1, and will coninue Until all
atro Hold. Don't m ss the chanace. It, io the
oly %*14 of the kind ever yet attemptod In
S-EE T HE PRICE&.
PIANOS ;Ot flne Rosewood Carved $125
nht red and ten dollars.
PIANOS T cte Squareta ,rannef $250
one thousand dollars.
057 9 1OPst Handsome Walnut RGANS
C0.1 Catalogue PrIco, twoOR AS
hundred and seventy dQllars.
$71 E fleg Walnut ORGANS
hundred an orty do&rs.
i80 topa, Superb MrrorTopORGANS
hundred and sevonty-tive dol.
All guaranteed in-rIAmenT M aker's name
mn eac'h. PIPTERN DAYS 1&AL If wanted.
we nay the freight if no sale. A trial costo
noing I Instiument don't suit. Don't hes.
Late to order.
MASON & HAMLIN 0qANS.
('hi,.n and Parlor
O1gans. Best a n d
in elegant Cases.
6 stops, only $8.
60 Stops, only $100.
PEoUBET a ParL
:'ON Organs, 6 Stops,
Jly -W.1. 10 stops,
. i el Chimes, on
Chickerinit. Knabe, Webal, Hallet & Davis,
Mathushek, Haines, Dixie, Pease, -Southern
Ge and Favorite Pianos. all incluaed In this
Lafle. A clean sweep. No reserve. All new
Instruments of latest styles e
end for Introduction Sale Circular giving
prlce%t and fuil Information 'Fr$0o
I MPO A AN Plano, or *4 on
Int !S]u wekwl deliver trulght pati to any
R. R. point in the South.
LUDDEN & BATES,
WhoIesale Poio and Organ
FRESH GOODS !
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bbls. Molasses--all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Floor,
10 boxes Cream. Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bble. Stugar, sill grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. ChoiteFamily Tlour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and bucket.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured flams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Bye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains,.Hrse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
F"resh Canned-Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatdes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whic,h will be sold cheap for
Toh9 D 14. FLENNIKPM.
A fine lot of Fiorida Oranges,
'Which. we will selt inheApfr es. I
flee 17 J. B.,4THOAS4f BRO,
iagetstock~ of Ohe
J. 0. BOAG,
GRAN DWINNSBORODRY GOOD8 PAN
CY UOoDH AND MILLINERY
Begs leave to say to his cus
W tomers and all others in need
of Goods that he is again pre
Fared to show them one of the
argest and bet assorted stock
E Dry Goods, Faney Goods and
that he Las ever exhibited. We
are receiving goods daily.
Every department will be
kept full of desirable and
and buyers may confidently
rely on getting their goods not
z only at low prices, but of the
most desirable quality that the
W h is engared the 6rvices of a
first-claBs Milliner, who will as.
sist her in her department, and
0 who will take pleasure in pleas
ing the most fastidious tastes.
for the celebrated and most re -
4 liable paper patter--But
t Leriek's-for Ladies, hfses and
A full and complete .. lino of
Gents', Ladies', Misses' and
P Children's Shoes.
;e FAMILY GROCERIES,
Cheese, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack
.4 ore, Maccaroni, Spices, Can
0 dies, Tobacco, Cigars,-in fact
* you can find anything you want
d at J. 0. BOAG'S as low as the
5 s-me goods can be bought any -
0 sept 27 J. 0. BOAG.
Isavrriocl Allul aiori
ANTED.-A PoPTm MAN Fnn EVE!
state anI Territory in he unior; a i
Salary paid. call or ndrosi LA BELLK4 Mn
ufacturing Company, 98 Clark Street, chienw
W ANV qEDV-nt*GOD GEN toed
housohold articles i thew Wrd.Tip best prol)
write at, once to New York Manufactur grC
pany, 2 Clinton P'lace, New York. ~C
AGENTS' READ THIS.
mo Agents a Salary of $100
commission to soil our new and wonderfulI
witout delay, SaIERMAN CO. Marsh
JOHNSON's An,odyne Liniment will poitia
lprevent this terrible dis,ease, and wilp
tieycure nine oases in ten. Informati
that will save many lives sent free by mi
Don't delay a moment. Prevention is heti
Ohnc. Bnol ,eMaerywhere. I. S. JOHNS1
A GREAT OFFER FORL
hWe Pildrn Othe h lidayscdisnoset
dinary LOW PRICES for CASh, splendid
gns s 8-5 sets of reeds eixty-lve dolar thi
sets with Sub Bass and Coupler cigt dli
89Sets fifty dollars, 1. set frty dlars I
thirt,y-nve.. 7 Octave all Rosewpod PlAN
$180.7 1-4 do $140. Warranted for SIX yen
AGENTs WANTED. Illustrate Catalo
Mailed. Music at halt price. JORACEW
r East, FoQNr, anufacturers and Deale
DEi~NS' CAPCINE POftOUS -PLASTEII,
l'ni .articlo la one~ wichl really ossess 1a A
:'ao-dIinary merit,, By consl lang rea
*'ic.ians In your' own localit,y, you will fir
f, -ihe a bove is ta uc. it is far superiori
, rnayporouse plaster, all the so-calle
hPtre i? plituces, and to all extern
rimedles whateLv'ur. It contains entirely no
31 tllOnts wia chi cause i, to relieve pai
'a eo, strengten and cure where other pia
er l no even rele. For eaenessa
*'1(JIChat, dililicult,Ies. Rheumatim Neoc
ICOla, Fe~n,:rt Affectious. andu gio0.
es andiins, iLl i lply the best, remet
siold by ad i)DruggieA.
*' TY-FIVE CENTS.
N EK Wi%s
m DRY GOODS RESORT.
Ofer their new Fall Stook, Wholesle and
AT LOWER PRICES
8 Than are paid by oustomers for joferior
old anotion goods.
Worth of tL4 finost and bost selected
0 Lace Curtains,
Shawls, Blankets, Flannels, Alpaal,
tv Cishmeres, first and second
Mourning Goods, Kid Gloves,
Notions, Hosiery, libbons,
tV Silk Ties, Ladies' and
o waor, Linens, Table
and Piano Covers,
other goods too
rnmerous to men tion
are now placed before
our old customers of the
State of South Carolina,
and we guarantee to the pub
t1 lie and the people of this State
clespeoially that through our immense
And long eatablished reputation with
o buyers and soliera where
1 Of dollar" have been exohauged through
q our house, that we will-give better satie
0 faction its regar4m
Quality and Prices
P In goods purohased from us than any
other house South.
P BAUPM s SENT oN ApPLICATION.
N. B--Charges prepaild on all goo
over ad %,bove $10. Rent C.-0. D. or tor
Post Oiloe Order. AM- Please name this
paper in ordering -nara.
Fnrchgott, Benediet & Co.,
*-4 275 King Stree,.Charleston, S. c.
I S UITAB LE FOR
iA BRDAL RES2
Cal ndse tem
n 50PInt osand ounts