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8 Oddica de otoW.Peyr
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entE. hrlaG . HiiW
g severl d wit eds and telav
toes-In town.
4A. W. .apders, of the Chester
4s9wow on Wednesday on
-f-whe belt Fa n~ly sewi IMaohind
en the tMarket. A guatautee. with
evyPtvoo boct Fr_ '$LIS Qalny J.
-We are glad to learn of the con
ete of Mr,,F, U. Me
r neeit~c alt ~ be Jo
-Read the call of the President for
a meeting of the municipal Democratic
Spiti this evening, and grace the ocoa-,
uloi with your presence.
-If the recent rains had been scat
tered along through July and August,
we porhapi would' have better crops
neit fall tban we will have.
--Shoes, Clothing, Dress Goods,
Callcoes, 'Jerseys, -Uadles' 'Felt and
Straw Hats, and other goods at and
below cost for the cash. I nean what
say. . . J. 0. BOAG.*.
-dapt. 191W. Wither, our efflcient
aoUnfy auditor, is looming up as a
succossful farmn'r. He tells us that he
a .avethis oats.which wore 'sown last
f1ll,'and cites this as evidence of his
success.
-N6w Is time to get agood Cincin
titi-Openor Top Buggy, Three-Spring
Wagoo, Turnout beat Buggy, Plat
form Spring or Farmer's Wagon, with
shafts or pole, Single or Double lar
viess, cheap for cash or bankable
paper, from J. 0. BOAG. *
-TitGOoq'ru s' PIONIC.-The.Gordons
at. rUal 'will give their' anuil plticlo
-.hout the first:of May. A barbecue is
spoken of, and If satisfactory arrange
uuents can be made, this feature will
be added to the occasion.
THEa GREAT REVIVALIBTB. -Messrs.
*Moody and Bankoy the great revival
ists of the United States, have beehn
holding a series of meeting in Chutrien
*ton asic olhtpabia.- Quiteoanumber of
Pirifi peopie' wei down to hear
'-?huiuf"Columbia this week, and ox
presused th0~pelve5 .as wl lae
liththde se'rvices. elposd
Teaohors In Session.
F4fonthly t1eetlng of the Fairfield
*'eachers' Association took place on
Saturday last at Mount Zion Institute.
* There was a veryf fair attendance and
all seemed to take an interestl in the
pr'oceedings ofthe'Assocjastion. Owing.
to the fact that the Presipent, the Rev.
Mr. Richardson, was to take part in
the exercues. Mr. W. H. Robertson
was called to the chair and called the
meeting to order.
4% r' the .reading .of the minutes,
and the election of new members, a
very interesting address was made by
r~the Rev. (G. P. Watsoni on the subject
of Moral Training. He discussed the
groat flnportance of teaching children
to think for themselves, and to be
faithful in the performance of every
-ddt'y. 1. He. strongly ' dvdcated moral
suasion as a reaso i pf bringing the
'outhfirl o e1dr 6!udk to the paths of
rectitude, that the same result could
- 'be accomplished in this way that would
- ollow the use of the rod. HIis adfdress
was. Jisteoned to. attentively by all
present,,.and at its conclusion a voto
of thanks was tendered him.
Trhe next subjeo.t for dispnusion was
school Government', and inf opening
*he .disoneston Prof. Corke was ibn
e:aed with the fact that order was
and to do this the pupil mmst be im
'iesliid with the stuthb~rity 'of his
teatr. . Generoli rules should be
unado by the trustees, but special ruLes
shoulte be left to the teachel, himself,
so e~~ hEniularwith. what wds 'Mew
gred~ The' first great rule to be
Wstydifferenc, tbptw'een
- wron,. AL' tie power' to
snk M distigetian would increase
wtAit age of the,.pupil. . Another
Put impostatit essential to s euccessful
gdieretaent was 'the power 'of the
*tteacer 'to control his 4 wn teinpter,
and be- as cheerful aa osslble upon
all odeasioha. Lastly he discussed the
Imporane 'f winhIng the esteem and
dagck ylil of ble peils, and 'tteoby
iwakidg aohool datyi da'is. of pleasure.
The Ash~ciation was next favored
-by'ati inhtrueture address on the Best
Methods of Developing the mind.eof
4hildrenm by the R1ev. Mr. Richardson.
A study of the o 6Iyotftbe child's
* adud very essetlat tbgethei' with i
eui vatioti of the reasoning faelliiees
1*ttee nlusidn- of this' addrdes. th6'
AappiaIonadourned to moot at
~ ~~' aleon te 24th of April.
~vsEottte Il be mde to seure the
of several se akers on the
gI.bb~~ Ethcsand .Mthetce.,
Weare sorr that our inability to be
pveut depivdus of'giving a taller
.aont of the'meeting.
r
o s*r~ OrW g o .414
r*~A ing~ Our farmers and hpr..
itare *ery btsy. The att(er
kr wo been feasting
10 W . pon the .'golden bell tho
M01 jqil) the hyadinth0
and odoer two ther fair 'daughtere of
thO spring, Whose names I have for
gtien howtq sell, .and will not risk
It, as Ifiave no Bot'aiy by me. Then
age ge. - and. plum trees are in full
bloom; and the fragrance of The latter
calls to mini the pretty, yet bonbastlo
oentence of M. L. Weems (I.believe)
Is his libf of'Washington, which I read
whOn a boy: "8weeter thin. the in
censo of Persla; yea, more delicious
than ,orders wafted by western gales
from fields of Arabian spices."
But to return' ftd Arabia.. Oir
farmers are very busy planting corn.
A week ago one of my neighbors had
twen.y acres planted, and another
lifteonv Much more is being planted,
espeoiAlly in light sandy upland. The
low yrice of cotton and a failure in an -
oats crop for the current year, . wil
luc4ioe our.fermors' tq plaqt much
liore corn than -unal. -This, adverse
Dircumstainees will produce one good
result at least, I sm more and inote
Do00flp.4 "t hak th#roasses of our
farmers will never get up until -they
make good corn crops, and raise good
hog crops. If the lini law bad not run
people oramY, they woul thivo. been
rar bettedoff to-da't- This - know is
the opiniun of many of our thinking
men, and among them some of our
best farmers. - - .
. By the way, let me tell you some
thing about corn. Sometime ago my
ld friend Stephen Gibson sent m6 a
present of twelve bushels of corn. In
shuckig it out, it occurred to me that
it was.the best average corn I had ever s
seen,'not only in respect to length of
Bars, but in respect also to their cir- F
3umference and size of grains. Pick
ing up five ears lying about the top. Ii
measured then from the first to the
i'ast grain. Two of them were 10i
Inches of corn (not cob) the other 0
three were 101 inches. I picked up
another ear only 81 liches in length, 'N
and-counted the rows to be twenty
four, witfi fifty-two gralue to a row, NN
giving 1,248 grains. But in addition 0
to this number, near one-third of the
small end, which was flattened, the
grains Leewied to be about twice as r
thick as on the larger end, but so J
peterogeneous as enthc'ely to efface the
rows and render it impossible to count
them. But instead of saying one-third a
[ may safely add one-fourth which' is'
12, which added makes 1560 on an
Bar 81 inches long. Now If we sup- -
pose the same etalk made anotiter with
only half'the number of grains, we
will have. 2,940 gralus from one graitn.
rhe number of rows on corn i8 gen- al
erally eithqr 14, 16-or 18. I had never o1
before.noticed one with twenty-four. P
But a neighbor of mine, Mr. Itobert e'
Lemmon, who cultivates. bome fine b
bottom land on Mill Ureek, told me
other day' he once found an ear with
twenty-six rows. Mr. U. could nio
Sonbt find ears :among his corn, more
remarkable than thos6 I have noticed
for it is not probable that in takimr 12
bushels for 600 or. 1,000, I shord~ get~
the longest ear or the one having the .a
Largest numiber of grains. This corn
grew on Mr. G.'s bottom lands .en
Lit tie Ririer, anid did riot stuffer a da Y
ror raIn. Some of our farmers nia
make as fiue corn as this, for aught' -
know, but this is the finest I have ever
noticed. Query: Is corn the most
rolific'of our cereals? What say Our
~armera about wheat and oQats?
Now, Messrs. Editors, should you
reel a little credulous in regard to any
statement horein containied, Igive you
a cordial invitation to visit "Morris
Q'eek"'at his cottage home, stopping
lust before you reach the six mile post
on the road to Glenn's Bridge, at a
gate on.you r right, near a large and
magnificent'wite 'oak, and we - will
give the whole matter an ocular and
mathematicallinvestigatiop. You may
also'be assured of receiving as much 3
courtesy as Is possible for a little man, S
in a. little cottage, to render. You ~
will furthermore, have an opportunity ,
of seeing the grand granite works of *
the Oman & Stewart Stone Company.
MORRIS CREK. '1
[The hospital challenge of 'our cor- 8
respondent is a most tempting one.
We hope to accept it-EDs.
-The English Government Is going 8
to experiment ini tobacco growing.
-China has ordered two irosiclads
from Stettin, to -carry four Kru p, .
seven Hotchkiss and four tot o
guns.
-John Timmnons an* old Kentucky
gambler, committe$ suicide in Lead- ~
vylle, lie .was in .destitute circum- I
stances,
--Fred Villarosa, an Italian who
feloniously assaulted a young girl, was
takens from jail in Vicksburg, -Miss.,
and lynched.
--The Northern Pacific Railroad
locomotive ana car shops 'at Brainerd,
Minn., wore burned on Monday; loss
over $100,000,'fhlly insuredl
G..4eorge Shelton, of Lebanon,.Indl.,
put a bar of lead iit . aquart of water,
t~iejtd jnkit~i qepe for boite,
in treat pain.
rOB INTETDANIT.ANI WARDEtNS,
The followIng ticket is submitted to the
voters of Winnsboro-spibject to the'action
of the Democratic Club:
* br Intendant:
. Ebr W'ardene;:
0. W. BUCHANAN,
. R J. MdCARLEY,
R. E. EL LISON,
(G. fl. Mc0ANTS.
Apl1tit. MANY YomnRi.
85. C. MEDICAl. ASSOCIATION.
FHE 36th ANNUAL MEETING OF 1
J.the South Carolina Medtcal Associa
tion will be held in Camden, on TUESDAY,
April 20. 1888.
W,~ PEYREC PORCOUER M.- D.,
-Apltt2x2 -Recording ecretary.
Ofu 'T)DELIOORATS.
TlE Municifial Democratic Club of
Winnsboro is salled to meet ia the Town
1*11 4t 8 o'cock'this (Thursday) evening.
Itis importtlit that aRl membershoid' be
presesit, as nomilnatiette will be runile for
Xntenda'nt -and Waldens to servefor the
enduing year. G. HX. MoMASTECR,
off
e ET 09
na V La..-.1e ?J
.W 6"etlO V a tl of OWN
-af TH GuIsEN OF
W INNS Ru O
ITHE SU-BSC1UBE1,
'AKES. PLEASURE IN INFORmiN(
THE OITIZJDIS O)F
T)hat lie I receiving one of the best as.
>rted stock of Fancy.and Staple Groceriea
k town.
alsins, Currants, Citron,
Prunes, Evaporated Apples,
ugars, Coffees, of different grades,
Teas, Chocolate.-Broma and Cocoa,
resh English Walnuts, Almonds Pecans,.
bpices of all kluds and kxtracts,
nported Sardines in
Quarter and Half Boxes,
anned Fruif s and Vegetables
Peaches, Pears and Pineapples,
kra and Tomatoes, Corn and Peas, .
Flour from the cheapest to the finest,
[eal, Grits, Laid, Bacon and Syrups,
With good many other goods all of which
111 be sold at the lowest price for cAsu
sly by . 8. S. WOLFE.
TO RENT.
[HE SHEDD FARM-one mile south.
east of Winnsbor, on the Camden
oad-coiining EI G1 TY-EIGHT Acres
nd a good Cottage house with six rooms
ud all necessary outbiilldings.
Apply to
DR. It. A. BUCHANAN.
Meh27txtt
FARMERS' CLUB.
r HE FARMElS' CLUB of Fairlield
L oun ty will meet in tile Court House
Winnsboro, on MO4NDAY, the 5th. day
APRIL, at 10 o'clock, a. m., for the
urpose of electing delegates to thu Farm
.s' Convention, called to meet at Colum
a on the 29th day of April.
All Township Clubs are requested to
mid delegates to the County Club.
By order of tihe President:
J. F. McMASTER,
Mch27txtd Secreta.
, ,.--AND
FOR SALE!
FORTY HEAD OF FAT KFNTUCKY
[ULES- AND hORSES-among thenm
amie good Saddle anid Harness Horses;
iso a few good Young Brood Mares.
We also have a fine selection in Mules
rem t4 hands up to 15%~ han~ds high-all
ound -and right.
All sales guaranteed as represented. We
viil sell themi cheap for CASHI, or on time
intil next fail by the purchaser giving us
atisfactory pApers.
COME ONE! COME ALL!
Here ist an opening for the County to
tart their plows.
A. WILLIFORD) & SON,
.Winnsboro, S. C.
OYSTE~RS!
Fresh three times a week, frors
qorfolk. The Celebra.ted Lyn
aven and James River Oysters, at
innisboro Ice Heuse.
F. W. HABENICHT, Proprietor.
*NELSON'S HOTEL,
- (Formerly Central Hotel,)
NO. 49 WEST PLAIN STREET,
COLUM1YBIA, . . -e. O~
TIlS HOOSE has been renovated and
put in first-clasu condition, an' is. nosj
pen for the accommodtation bt trayel
3ituation cool and retired, andideithin~ it
niunutes' walk of the main business parn
of the city.
learms *1.50 and $.O0 per' Dai,
-.A(WORDING TO. ROOM.
, W. M. NEILOON, #'aoprietor.
Nov19txtf
rI8111
Three times a ,eek, fresh frour
the sea. The best fresh Fish thai
Oharldston and other markets eat
furnish, at Winnsboro Ice House
'F. W. HABENIbUT, Proprietor
be found 6S W 8V1 until further
Winbo -rdpri 3264
~1asok Ap 0O May 1.
to's B pl
Winnsboro? kaW26
slIokstosok, M4~ 120,.ay1
-Other;-appotrentad - be announced
dimsJ4r* bsj4tVW1red bay, black
mane and Al ' ' old, a good
Walker, g1ud Qj"1R' itt ee~H
Was biedi d , b)1vh -Dilln" & Co
'B160midseonedby tlebrateJ
St, Laukent, a'hdriewhose reputation and
reor4-as a bleeder notk eWelled by
thosepf, %n om Contf
nent. SL. La wr ho.
iest-boned and' 8t .ran
6rse over importe&t teIonlted States.
NotwithstandUog WJ " 18"gbnnle size be
possesses mrny, nue t found
sol e a ho s -1uf at leg",
massi quarter8 64il shoulders
r s~gW611 dhthe 6111jee at arched
noek, a fine headwell "ton large, expres.
sive eyes, jtr *bI h his OR are all noted.
%-fterndo)Wety dollrs insurance, or
M ares 1olA be pastured
onreg -l -o.
, S G ANNOUNVEME1T
Of I large assortment .of Spring and
Su ner Stock of 0lothing for men
yo whs and boys. This I Athe. est asso'ted
a k of Clothing you *111 find anywh ere
in de State. ~ Havig purchased from the
lea Ing and most reliable manufactures of
the untry, enables me to show the most
com to assortment In stylds, designs in
patter and first -class in. workmanship
that has eVer b.een shown bofore. These
garimentsare pIaced on the counters and
ready for your etileal'inspection. The
variety of tiese giments are so great that
I will only attempt:to .give- you an Idea of
a .few leading articles. The One-Button
Cutaway will be.the leader. in cutaway
frock suits. They aro made from imported
Corkscrew, Whlipeod, Cheviot and Broad
waill in all the pievaillig shades; while
the Sacks are cut square, and round corn
ers are made of thei samo goods as the
above Cutaways including fancy patterns
in Worsted and basslmeres.
My Hat stock is filled with choice novel
ties in the light weight. Stiff Hats In
Pearl, Gritet,. M1atures, Brown and
Black. See my Pearl Cas'simere Beavers at
$3.50, made in the latest spring sl'apes.
Gents' Furnishuing Goeds and Shoe De
partmnent are comjlote wIth all thte novel
ts of theseason~ .When In thte city call
and leek thrqugh tNils eminent stock. It
wvili be a pleasure'th show you through,
who eter you .pucig~se or not.
* . anwL. INA~rD,
-C OLUMBIA, S. C.
- 5,00.
Jnst received 5,000 of the Cele
brated Kangarob Cigars. War
ranted all Havand ' r at F. W.
Habenichit's Saloon.
BARAINS
-FOR THE
NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
We have concluded to re
duce ouir immense STOCK
by selling the same at
NO-HUMBUG~ only COST
PRICE will be' charged for
onr entire stock o
DRY GOODS,
SHOES,
HATS.
CAPS.
AGENTS FOR THU
CONTTNNNTAL SHIRT,
-The' best and cheapest Shirt
now made.
COME AN5D BBE CON.
VINCED.
P. L'ANDECKER& BRO.
.4 A . ....
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
LABOR-SAVING
IMPLEMENTS.
80 NOW COME AND LOOK AT THE
following:
Doukle-Foot Plows.
Nitoii's Patent Heel Sweep.
Cotton Planters-three kinds.
Blue Grass Sulky Plow.
Walter A. Wood's Reapers and Mowers.
'anner & Delaney Engines.
Force Pumps.
Early Field Seqd Corn.
Early Garden Sued Cora.
Gard~n feed-all kinds.
Come and make selection from my stock,
)r give order for what you need. I deal
with manufacturers.
JAMES-PAGAN.
Mar30txtf
TRAD . MARK.
bnihe e toninw touries oflEurope,
themse Cl~edicate.Winoisumiversal.
Itis oampose&th(emostapproved
VEGETABLE TONICS,
'idh &reitroducedfnto apare
enerousn. Theveryfinest
'bedg itsmedicalhastsItisanadlyW
reaommnadas acumadprventive of
PEVER AND AGUE,
anuualqltherdiseses oiinaUngfrom
maladous cias
Thr purIyingthe
aInaimprovingte Seration.Chronio,
Rhuumatitei,Bloodpoisoning.acertain
CergsDywpepgi.,Cramp lathe stoma*h,
animmediafirlieffor Dysentry,Calfo,
Cholera--morbus and kindred dieases,
General Wmeknss,Nervaus and Mintal
Dehblitya souvereignremedyfor Lvs
Complaint.anadiseases ofthe Kdnies.an
excelletappetizrae anda
TONIQ
without a rava-le
-inshortdr in' orating allthino'ions
ofte ysem ileun equalled.
Asmali~lne-glauafull~threetimes a day.
Soldby alDruggists and dealersgenersuly.
TOPAZ CINCHIONA CORDIAL.Co.,
Priceper Bttle .00.
D~harlotte, Columbia & Aug-usta, R. Ri
S CHEDULE IN EFFECT OCTOBER 4,
1885,--Eastern S9tandard Time.'
GOING NORTH.
.NO. 53. MAIL AND EXPRE~s.
aeAgsta............. 9.10 a. mn.
LaeW .&. A. Junction. 1.12 p. mn.
Arrive at Columbia...........1.22 p. mn.
Leave Columbia............1.32 p. in.
Leave Killian's..............1.58 p. mn.
Leave Bly thewood............2.13 p. mi
Leave Ridgeway.............2.34 p. mn.
Leave Simpson's............2.47 p. mn.
Leave Winnsboro...........3.02 p. mn.
Leave White Oak..............22 p. in.
Leave Woodward's...........3.43 p. in.
Leave Blackstoek......... ...3.50 p. mn.
Leave Cornuvall'.............3.58 p. mn.
Leave Chester..............4.15 p. in.
Leave Lewis'................4.32 p. mn.
Leave Stnith's...............4.40 p. mn.
Leave Rock 11111........ ....4.56 p. in.
Leave Fort Mi11............. .5.20 p, m.
Leave Pineville..............5.40 p. in.
Arrive at Charlotte........ ...6.00 p. in
Arrive at Statesville......... .9.35 p. in
GOING SOUTH.
NO. 52, MAIL AND EXPRESB.
Leave Statesville............7.45 a. mn.
Leave Charlotte.............1.00 p. in
Leave Pineville..............1.27 p. in
'Leave Fort Mill........... ...1.44 p. in.
L~eave Rock H1111."........2.02 p. mn.
Leave Smith's...............2.22 p. m.
Leave Lewis'................2.30 p in.
Leave Chester................2.44 p. m.
Letive Cornwall's...........3.03 p. mn.
Leave Blaekstock.............12 p. m.
Leave Woodward's...........3.18 p. mn.
Leave White Oak............3.30 p. mn.
Leave Winnsboro........... 3.48 p. mn.
Leave Simpson's.............4.03 p. mn.
Leave Ridgeay.............4.16 p. mn.
Leave B31 od..............4.32 p. mn.
Leave K Ilan's..............4.49 p. m
Arrive at Columbia...........5.15 p. m.
Leave Columbia.............5.25 p. mn.
Leave W. C. & A. Junotion..5.5' p. ui.
Arrifetab-Augubta. .. .2..9.38 p, m.
e,--Ca1ectilon is now made at Chester(b
.trains 5s and S3) for.Lanoaster- and inte
mediate pouintts on J. & C.1R. Rt., and for
all pnlit otg C. A L. R. R. as far as New.
ton, N. C.
.C. W. CREAIIS, Assist. G. P. A.
0. R. TALCTT suerintelndent.
D. CARD5WELL. A. 0. P. A.
DIRECT IMPORTATION.
Otard, Duiey & Co.'s Cognao
Brandy, Tri. Flavor Holland
Gin, G;H. Mumm & Co.'s Chapn
pagne, Ross's Royal 13elfast Gm-.
ger Ale, , Pure Jamaica Bum,
Genui Port and Sherry Wino,
atF :Habenicht's Saloon.
Did you Sup- "
pose Mustaog Linipment only good
for horses? It is for Ioflhmma.
tion of all flesh.
L. SAMUELSA
-TO THE PUBLIC.
[IR| Attention is called to my IMWMENSE STOCK of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
{MMy Store is being filled every day with - THE BEST
OF GOODS, which will be sold at REGULAR PRICES.
They are considered the CHEAPEST in Town. An
early inspection is solicited.
LOUIS SAMUELR.
GRAND ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS
-AT
PRICES GUARANTEED TO BE THE LOWEST I
JUST RECEIVED : Choicest and latest styles Dress Goods, Buutings, Cash.
inores, Black and White Goods Laces, Edglngs, Allovers, Table'Damasis, uilts,
rowels, Doyli1s, Gents' and Lndtis' Underwear, Trimmings, Corsets, and a If 1 ani
,onplete line of Domestic Goods.
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST LINE OF STRAW HATS
FOR LA)IES, MISSES, MEN AND CHILDREN .N TOWN.
Come and see them. I will save you'from 10 to 29 per cent. if you will only buy
your fine SPRING SHOES from nic.
D. A. JIEUNDIMIX.
W Next door to Winusboro National Bank.
IT STATDS AT THE HEAD.
THE
LIGHT-BUNNING DOMESTIO I
'TW,; cut sliows the new .style of
vod %vrk the company is now intro
AIRT1STICIJJLY BEATJT'rFUL
.WIThOUT A PEER.
lIn its mechaanieal et nstrucetion it las
no rival.
TrIlE NEW LINE OF' ATTACHl.
ments that are now behea placed with
the D)OllESTJIC atre speialtie~. No
o taer h wllae has then,. Trhcse attneh-a
-NEw wOOD WVORK
W ~make the DOMESTIC more than eve1
witltoatt uestion tu acknowlieaigedl
For Sale by ..3 D EATY &~ DRO., Winnsboro, S. C.
I 7argnts wanted in uncuidterritory. Address DOMESTIC SEWING MA
CHINE C3OMPANY, 909 Main Street, Richmond, Va. M oy23-ly
BUCK-THORN FENCE "o'"'AmS" N Wire.
EAST to buid imle to epai. Aybrigt nroer rt a am had catos the Jot..
Wite for Sample andt Circular. The Btok-Thorn Fence Co., Trenton, N. J.
Till above anud Ribbon Wire (same style without barbs) Grape Trells Wire,
Sheet iron, Black and Galvanized.Russia Iron, Tfin Plate, ValTne.
JOHNSONKSANODYNE
~~~n oun Chteb
~tiui T~A i de s waont be stampe~.3 a s-3pa
asout of that ofM~aly o. ndwl
ther~e dc a' ot ala tlsap.B1
FRZSPETULASS BAFR. T
FIRST LASS.NSURE your life in the EQUITABLE
I shall keep none but good articles, and LIFE of New York, one of the strongest
I ask a share of thte public patronage, and most reliable Companies' in the6 world.
F. BOLDT. Try a.
Mar13t xt f _ _ 1SM-T ONTiNE .POLIlY ,
MUNICIPAL ELECTION. non-forfeitable after three annuah pay
-THE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR AN Insure your Property against damage
Intendant and four Wardens ofthe Town fronm fire and lightning.
of Winnsboro, will be held in the Town nPolicies rite in reiable, proit-pa -
Hall on Monday, the fIfth day of April, by Souteastern Tariff Association,
pi-ox. The books for the registration of J. 0. OALDWELL,
oters will be open on Thursday, Friday May19txly Insurance 4feEa.
and eatutrday, thte 1st, 2nd and 3rd of -__________________
April. The following persons are ap- JUS'T RECEIVE
phited to conduct the registratIon and
n'ianago the election,,viz; J. H. Propst, One Cask Tennent's XXX P'or
John G.'Gladden and W. M. Propst. .ter, Imported, one Cask Bass Pale.
S oder of Cohtnell: Ale, ImporIed, one CaskMIlwau
rI. N. WITHERS, Clerk. kee. Lager Ner, onei. Cask Ross's
Me a3 Royal1Gnge Ale, Impottedb one
MAi4 IWANTED Cask Export Lager Beei' ,W
rN4 e a igbohood, either to travel Habenielt S Saloon.
A.ots Klfre, Dikkey's Indian and
reoo n Liyer PilsAp e
Febl5rAt Bristol, Tenn.

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