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tisemlents. Simlple announcements of
marriages and deaths published free of
charge, and solicited.
All cotmInunictions, of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to the
Winnshoro Publishing Compnuy,
Wintlsboeo, S. C.
Sheriff's Sales-S. W. Ruf', S. F. C.
Low Prices-W. II. Douly.
Red C Oil-McMaster & Brice.
Morris llouse--A. A. Morris.
The Thorne Comedy Company failed
to get an audience on Saturday night
owing, no doubt, to the unfavorable
A telegram received at Columbia en
Saturday night annlatunced the arrest,
a" W1ashington, of Kennedy, the man
who swindled the confiding oflicer of
the Central National Bank in Colum
Read the advertisement of Morris'
Hotel. Mr. A. A. Morris, the pro
prietor, has had long experience as a
host, and knows how to run a hotel,
The building he occupies has been
entirely refitted, and he has every
facility fo: ensuring the comfort of
Mr. Win. 11. Donly advertises in
this paper sone very nice groceries
at very moderate prices. Iu addition
to the articles enumerated, he keeps
always on hand a full supply of pure
wines and liquors, segars, tobacco,
staple and fancy gloceries, etc. Give
hin a call, and you will be sure to
get the worth of your money,
Capt. W. H. Sligh has been appoint
ed captain of the guard At the peniten
tiary, in place of the former incum
bent, Capt. Berry, removed. Captain
Sligh is well known all over Fairfield,
a nd his many friends will be gratiflied
to learn of his appointment. He did
1plendid work with his Club in the
We have received a call from Mr.
Eari L.Jenitngs, the general trav'
eigagent of the Augusta Chiron icle
<md Cionstitutionaliat--whichl is every
where recognized as one of the very
best newspapers in the South. We
trust that Mr. Jennings' tipl will be
quito successful, and extenid to his
paper our best wishes..
Messrs. MfcMaster & Brice advertise
in tid issue thte now widely knowna
Ried Rock Oil, which is specially re
commtended for its saftty from explo
sioni. We have ourselves tried this oil,
and can1 testify to its brilliattcy and its
entire freedom front any tendency to
explode. It will be seen, from the
advertisement, that the price has been
recduced to forty cents per gallon,.
MExMonrAL DAY IN COLUMBIA .-Gen.
Jlohni S. Preston has beent chosen by
the ladies of the Memgrial Associatiou
to deliver the oration upon the occa
sioni of the unveiling of the Confederate
monument, at Columbia, on the 10th1
(of May niext. The Register, in speak
ing of Gen. Preston's accep)tantce of
the invitation, says :"A better se
lection could not have been made, nor
0one that wvoujd be mnore acceptable to
ottr people. Numitbering among his
ancestors Patrick Heniry,and the poet
Campbell, lie could not ftil to be elo
quent by nature, and his lear'ning and
special culture of the gift have made
-him one of the first orators of the age."
. Tm,, ROCKY MOUNT .IIOUTE..,e-In a
private letter written by Hion. J, iH.
Evins, he makes the follointg state
ment regarding the Rlocky Mfount
I understand a correspondent of Tu H
NEwS AND IF14ALD) has1 taken fle to
task for not procurin)g extension of
a mail route to htocky Mount, When
thte application w.as sent me, I wrote
the parties who hand sent it that the
1Postoffice -Depa'rment had nto power
to extend the route, anid that I would
insertit in time jpostal rott bill. I .did
put it into the bill, which failed to pASs a
year ago on account of the Brazlhian
*subti ly amendment put upon it byth
Senate. That the bill failed to pass
was no fanlt of inine. The bill, htow
ever, passed just before the end of the
last Congress and in the cop)yIsenitTII
NEws AND .kERALD a few days ago
- will be found 'the extension of the
route referred to by the correspondent
of your paper.
The aet mentioned establishes a con
tinuation of the post route from Ross
vills to hooky Mount, and a route
den~ Win aboro to i4bett y fly ei~
Bouware's store, Colonel Evins Is
very attentive to the wants of his con
Ro1r: r.r.:rs.-Peol1e in town ol
aulrday en"joyed a really entertaining
and s0lnewhlat, t.l;."lling sight in the
tight,rope w al ing of Professor Dare
rather ant appropriate natme, by the by.
Stretching his rope from a folu rh-story
Window of theo Winnslboro Hotel to a
point oppositIn the Beaty building,
he did his walking and balancing and
trapeze performance that high up in
the air. IIe Is certainly no htlmbug.
He walks the rope splendidly, and his
trapeze performance is of the finest
kind. After walking the rope In the
usual way, he hmngs by his feet, tixing
them in loops on the rope, and walks
(so to speak) In this up-side-down
On Monday there was another rope
walker on hand, calling himself Frank
Stookey. lie hegalt by overtopping
his predecessor In at Ieast one p',r.iu
la, He at retchedl his rope from tile
to) of the Winw;horo hotel to a point
opposi:c. His walking was not quite as
good as Dare's. Both these perform
ers depend for their coil ponsation
upon collections it,kon up among the
crowd onl hand.
RAIto)A Sch m Umi.r.-Tho follow
ing is the prosot schedule of arrivals
ol ithe Charlotte, Columbia and Au
gustaI Railroad, on the basis of Wash
intgton tine, which 'is about sixteen
linutes taster than Wiinnsborotilme:
UA Y PASSE(ING1n-Gaoio NonTII.
Cohmibia - - 1,20 P. M.
i'lykthewood - 2.15 "
llidgeway - - ~2
Simjpson's - - 2,50 "
Winnsboro - - 3,11 "
Ad&0r's - - 4,24 "
White Oak - 3.34 "
Woodward's - - 3.47 "
i Blackstock 3.52 "
Cornwall's - - 4.02
Chuster - - 4.22 "
DAY PASSENoER--GOrN'(f SOU'Tu.
Chester - - 1.28, P. it.
Cornwell's - - 1.49 "
lackstock - 1.59 "
1Woodward's . - 2.01 "
White Oak - - 2.16 "
Adger's - - 2.25 "
Winnsboro - - 2.38 "
Simpson's - - 2.55
Bi'igeway - - 3.11 "
IUlythewood - - 3.30 "
Col'umbia - - 4.10 "
NIr IrPASFSF:(I5- GQzNu NonTu.
Columbia . 10,00, r. ai.
Blythewood - 10.58 "
1 b-Ridgeway 11.16 "
Wmsoo - . 11.47 "
White Oak - , 12.12 A.M.
Woodward's - 12,26 "
Blackstock - 12,32 "
Cornwall's , 12,43 "
Chester - 1.03 "
NIGHT PASSENGER-GOING SOUTH.
Chester - 3.10, A. M.
Conwall's - - 3.30 "
Blaclsstock - ,. 3.40 "
Woodward's - - 8.4.5 "
White Oak - , 3.58 "
Winneboro - - 4.20 "
Rlidgeway - - 4.51 "
Blythewood - - 5.09 '"
Columnbia - - .5.53 "
No remedy in world ever came int
such universal use, or has so fully
won the confidence of mankind, as
Ayer's Cherry Peetoral for the cnre
of coughs, colds and consumption.*
N O'TE is hareby given that ani eloe
tionf for intendant and four wvar
dens for the towvn of Winnsboro. S. (I.,
will be held in. the Trown Hail oni Mon
day, the seventh day of April, 1879, be -
tween the hours of' seven o'clock, a. mi.,
and five o'clock, p. mn. The following
persons are herebly app)loin tol miianagera
of said election. via: A. H[. Floming, E.
S. Chandler and Willis Goode. 'fho books
will be open for registrrtion on Thurgs
dlay, F"ridlay and Saturday next precodin~g
the day of oIaction, commeonoing at Pix
o'clock, a. im., and closing at six o'clock,
p. an. By order ot' Concil:
WM. N. CHANDLER,
mach 22--td Clerk.
Afessrs. J.Wiors: Tihe eleotion for town
council being near at hand, it is high time
that a proper selection be made -for In
tendant. The present incumn bant, James
A.Brice, Esq., has given cntia satisfac
tion, and it is due to him that he should
be again placed at the head of our mu
nicipality. In ad dition to boing a g-m
tlenman of the highest initegrity and par
sonal character, ho is ai Democrat of th..
straighutest anot. Hel lhas, moreover, ad.
muiinistored the affairs of the town with
signal ability, and has proven eminently
worthy of the honor conferred n'pon
him. By all me~ans let him be re-ele ted,
if' for t.1thing else, at least in recogni
tioni of a faithfal disehargi' of duty.
ASTOISH YOU iLOOK
* ugav.,Crred Unanvassedl lams at-10
cepts por lb.
*ood C9ffoo Sugar ati S cents per lb.
ilest lRio coffee et 17 eents per lb.
Pur.e Leaf Lotrd et 10 ooents por lb.
resh odlt Orackare at 10 el*nta peor lb.
All 66di' of Sweet Oakes eut correspond.
in1y lpw lo es,
lao,16 r 2 #h.NewMackerel Fiabi
%b diil*eeu'sized packk es suitable for
farm use, Give,iW al. I will . not be
und*rid WH. DONLY.
NEW GARDEN and FIRE PUMP.
'T'his novel and ex
is invalluable at the
outbreak of tire, and
for wntering gartens
- a &o. It80construaion
. dispenses with both
Piston and Stuling
:lox.doing away with
all Friction, Luaaage, &c. It is worked
so easily that with it, a lady or ohild can
throw a steady stream of water over an
area of ninety feet. Patented January 14
and 15. 1807, March 11, 1873. Sold for
PRICE, $0 AND $8.
ym Agents wanted everywhere.
THE )AN A BICKF'ORDll CO..
6811 Broadway. New York.
Offico of Duea iickford's,
Family Knitting Machine,
The Friend of All I
"I had no appetito; Ifolloway's Pills
gave me a hearty one."
"'Yoir Pills are .tiarvelous."
"I aend for another box, and keep them
in the honseo."
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headache
that wae ohronio,
"1 gave one of your Pills to my babo
for cholera 14 )rbns. Tuo dear little
thing got well inl a day."
" c y nausea of a morning is now
"Your boN of 1lo11o way's Ointment
cured me of noises itt the head. I
rubbed some of your Ointment behind
the ears and the nniso has left."
"Send mle two boxes; I want one for a
'I encloso a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but the medicine to tiut is worth a
"Sendi me five boxes of your Fills,"
"Let me have three boxes of your
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over '200 shoh testimonials as
these, but want of space oompols me to
For Cutaneous Uiso'ders,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
ment is most in valuable. It does not
heal externally alone, but renetrates
wi h the most searching effects to the
very rcot of evil.
Possessed of this remedy, every msn
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these nleans, clres
anrep or ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver, Rpitio or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, had breasta,
contnaoted or stiff ,joints, gout, rheuma
tism and all asin diseases.
I.troRTANT CAUTION.-Nonlo are genuine un
lesy 1h.) sliature or J. i 4YDooOY ;:i agent, for
ih"" Unitei?states surrotunds :eah box of Pilts
.;rfi(tm,mnt. Boxes at 2%Coayf, 62 centi, and
w '1'herC 1s considerable saving by taking
the larger s1zid. IOLLJ WAY & CO.,
fob 15-ly Now York.
New Summer Cook.
;0- DOES ltOT hEAT' iTHE HOUSE
Perfootfor all kin ds of Uooking and float
Always ready and reliable.
The miost satisinctory Stove made and the
.pf- Send for circu lars.
W ITJNEY & HA LL MF'G. CO.,
?--ly 123Choestnuit St. Phaila
O HOICE lot of fresh Sugar Cured
.Z-U noanvassed liania,.atlow figures
A choice jot of Augnata Flour of veilons
brands. Everything in the~ Grocery line
alway's on hand, and will bie sold at bot
tom figures for CASH. It will be to the
interest of all to try nmy nice Hlan.
mclh 18 W. HI. DONI,,
A BOUT the 15th of Mfarch we pro
E.pose to remove our stock of
goods to the store now occupied
b)y J. M. J3eaty & Co., whore we
will be pleased to see all our former'
fr'iends at d customers. Previous
to that eveont wye will sell at
to avoid unnecessary - trouble -ixa
Just received q, lot of fine tjn
aanvassed .hams. Also, Plows
Plbwal )?! lows !lj
J.1?. McMASTE~R & Co.
IIA MS-Uncanvasse4 Sugar-Oured.
es, Sal'mon; Sardines, Pickles, &o.
Toas---Gun owder ajid h oung
1*yson.' . AI.BEAT &'CQ,'
. laatyadfast, agnts should .
GeordIs. . Jas.'
EW M O E
The BEST, LATEST IMPROVg9,
gaid most THOROUHI.,Y constructed
8EWING MACH INE ever invented. All
tio woarig parts aro madp of the BEST
STEEL. QAREFULLY TEMPERED
and are ADJUSTABLE.
IlieheA7OItTCTrZO,ha e Ld1(;.p8T JJOUZ2N~; It has thae
Easiest Threaded Shuttle,
The 33OBmN4 aro WOUN withou
ItWNNING or UiITEli1EADINQth
It has a SELF.SETTING iEEDLE; It
has a DIAL ror regulating the length or stitch
WITHOUT TI,,%TINO; It has a LARtOYI
NPAOE mder the arm; It is NOISELESS,
and has oe points of EXCELLENCE than
all other machines cotbiucdi.
*3-Agents wanted in localities
whore we are not represented.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
aO UNIQN SQUARE, N.Y.
NOW IS THE OPPORTUNITY!
AVAIL YOURSELF OF IT 1
Preserve your books, periodicals,
4ewspapers and music.
State, oounty and railroad officers, and
business men geucrnlly, supplied with
blank boo'an made to any rattern.
All families have old books, periodi
cals, newspapers, music, &b., which they
desira to transmit to their posterity. Then
HAVE THE H REBOUND I
Which will preserve them and will afke
then look 4lmost ts wpll as new.
Old books, &o., should not only be
reboupd, but the currezit literature of the
presopt day should be put in a durable
fortq for preservatiort as well.
This can be done in the shortest pos.
sillo time, with the best na,torial, is the
most handsome and durablo style, and at
a nrico which canno t be.cuplicated any.
whore, by E. R. STOKES,
Statipner, Bookbipdor and Blank Book
Manufacturer, No. 155 Main street,
CoLMBIA, 8. 0.
JAi end In your orders at once,
SPRING PRINTS !
SPRING PRINTS I
S3PRING PRIN4TS i
SPRtING P1WNTS I
SPRING PRINTS I
CALL AND~ I E
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CA LL AND SEE !
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CA1LL AND SEE !
.CALL AND SE
N. B.-All Winter Goodsh have
been reduced in price, to miake roorm
for our spring st.ock.
J. F. MeM ASTJBE & Co.
THJE WINNIipQ1to10 OTEXL
MRS. 1M, W. B3ROWN.
'NHIS Hotel, sil(nated in the enDtre o
I the town, od'ors and guaran tees to the
publio inducemeonts lusurpassedl by any
other house in the place "'able sup
plied with the best in the market. Com..
fortable room~s and polite attentloon.
Ternmg 2.00 per day. aug 9..tf
FRESI EAIUWiN SEEI)SI~
WX E are receiving the largest stok of
V gard on seeds we lieve ever had,
and are selnga
We h'ope to 1'lense all, for we sell
Baist's, Landrethi's, Drl s' and Perry's.
feb 1 MeM48 I4 & BRICj '
heap. EivanDisolv d bu mo
IEOES! HOES I
Ten Dosen B3rados 00 and 000
Hoes. Als., Ten Doaen of the
celebrated LANES CRESCENT
No. 1 and 2 Hoes which we sold
last year and which gave satisfac
tion wherever used.
Five Dozen Handled ' Plantation
We will sell the above goods aj
choap as any one. Prices ranging
from $4.75 to $7.25 per dozen.
naoh 8 F, -GEI IG9 SON.
AT COST FOR CIS [#.
These goods are of niee pattern and
good stylos. Call early and got a bargain,
f IeMASTER & BRICE. .
FRESH GOODS !
-CONSISTfNcG IN PAUT OF--.
24 bbla. Molasees,all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Oheeso,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bble. Sugar, all grades,.
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bble., cans and bucket
Banon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Rled Rust Proof Cats, Seed
.Rye and Barley,
Nails, Trace Chains, IJorse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wino and Cidar Vinegar,
. moIiug Tobacco
Raisitis, Cirrants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Poaches and4
Tom~atoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SROQSS.
All of which will be sold oheap for y
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN.
SMITH'S WORW OIL.
passeri 81 WOn .ro o . 5 i'oinch
WORM oil foW. * R
FRESRL GARDpEN $EEu)