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tFEDXKSDAY, April 26, 1882. '
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Tkrms'^of The News and Herald.:
-Tri-weeklv edition, four dollars per
',M annviu, in advance; weekly edition.;
^ ' two dollars and fifty cents per annum, i
In-advance. Liberal discount to clubs j
of-.five and upwards.
Rates of Advertising.?One dollai '
"" "" 'i for the first insertion, and!
fifty cents per inch for each subseo ient j
insertion. These rates apply to ail ad i
V vertisements, of whatever nato re, and ;
%nt payable strictly in advance. Con-!
tracts for three, six or twelve months
znade on very liberal terras. Transient
local notices, fifteen cents per j
fe .ine for the first insertion and seven j
and one-half cents per line for each
^ Subsequent insertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged as advertisements.
Simple announcements 01
marriages and deaths published free 01
ry charge, and solicited.
9 n A.ii communications, of whatsoever j
mm m mature, should be addressed to the i
Winnsboro Publishing Company :
Wr.msboro. S. C. !
Attention?R. M. Tluey.
Notice?E. S. Chandler, Clerk. j
Just Received?P. W. Oabenicht.
The Verdict?R. J. McCarley & Co.
Tax Notice?James Q. Davis, County
Read the new advertisement of Mr.
?J. Groeschel. 1
Notice?R. H. Edmonds and James
B. Dukes, Executors.
| laeal Brief*.
' ?The Skating Rink is a big thing on
?Gardens and grain are looking!
?Another residence is going up on
Ik ?Go to Miinnaugh's for dried apples
IS. and peaches.
?ThA colored fire company was out
-?The'work of repairing the Episco- i
pal church is rapidly advancing.
1^^ ?It is about time for the clerks to
eminence playing marbles as they have
^^irorn out all the horse-shoes in town.
account of the inclemency of
^m^^Lno services were held in
ma of j
I - ~ ~ HHWl vuw^wt * ? ?
Hpnfire engine purI
B^partment in CharH
pPTon Saturday and Sunday
9 BrcTtlenished the cistern which |
HPnearlv emptied by the steamer on !
?"No. 10" is always singing in a j
yery complacent tone, "She told me !
she loved no one but me." He is in a
rery bad state.
Vr ?Mr. R. M.Huey's new advertisement
appears in this morning's paper.}
Bead it carefully and then go and see
?The thanks of the printers are returned
to the deputy and assistant dep
' aty sheriff for a most delightful serenade
on Friday afternoon.
?The roof of the Winnsboro Hotel
^ fe being painted with a preparation of
tar. A Jittie paint all over would be a
^-Thej?ipo-mejj at the ore on Friday
^^^^ijigfit^ecame tnoroii^fily drenched, but "
B they held their post as though they had
teen raised at the nozzle.
?All parties who have bought the
I Monarch Goano will please call at the
office of R. J. McCarley & Co. and give
tts their notes before the 1st of May. *
^ ?The Gordons expect to have their
Anniversary picnic at Pierson's Iiock.
They regret deeply that their Colurn*
bia friends will not be present.
?A dancing school has been opened
hi town recently. The young folks
have been longing for such a school and
it will receive a liberal patronage.
L ? Mr. J. Clendining has opened a
Shooting Gallery at his place of business.
It is fine sport. Give him a
crack hunters went out on
Tuesday, walked about twenty-five
oiiles and killed four squirrels. They
S could have killed more?"if they had
. ?Mr. J. TV. Seigler, of this place,
left on Wednesday for Charleston,
where he will speud a few days, and
, then take a steamer for Florida, lie
has our best wishes for most pleasant
visit and a safe return.
?The meeting of the Ladies' Working
Society of the Episcopal church
will be held on Tuesday afternoon at
five o'clock, instead of in the morning
as before stated. A full and punctual
attendance is desired.
?A meering and drill of the Gordon
Light Infentrv will be held in the ThesB
pian HalJ to-morrow evening at eight
WL o'clock. A fall attendance is solicited,
Plh as business of vital importance will be
H U ?On Monday a colored man, while
leating a barrel of tar in the yard of
8Bne Wjmisboro Hotel, permitted it to
MGatch fire. It made a terrible smoke,
H Hp^but the fire deprrtment was not su:nnumcd
-^The tliai>ks of the compositors are
married to Mr. F. "W. Habenicht for
an elegant treat in the form of milk !
cant ot .? rorv 9W*/>ntfthlfi fiiiip j
yUUUUW cvm ?%v *? ? v?; *?vwf ? J
?just before breakfast. They were j
delicious, without a doubt, aud cau j
^ always.be had at his saloon.
?On Saturday night -the Jamp in j
the strain fire engine house exploded, I
burning a hole in the door. It being
a rainv night the flames could not
spread, but had the fire caught the coniL
bustible matter inside the house there
aiight have been a serious conflagra- j
_ ?The steamer worked beautifully
at the fire on Friday night. Steam
? .vas raised and water thrown in about
The engineer and fireraHPRPrvecredit
for the skilledmanueriu
which they kept het*-running at
ninety-five j>onnds of steam,
c , ?The thanks of the office are return^-ed
to -Miss Wesley Ruff for a very large
and beautiful bouquet sent us on S&t???r?v>v
th<i Aaitpn jiuil fragrance of
"which remain in our office yet. What
is more acceptable than a sweet bouquet
from a sweet young lady?
?Mr. F. W. Habenicht advertises
S that he has just received some specialties
is cigarettes and cigars?among
the former being the ''Pickwick Club"
end the "Richmond Geru", and among
the latter the "Don Carlos" and others.
Smokfers should not fail to give Mm a!
- - Mr. Louis Samuels baa opened the I
Store formerly occupied.. J>y Mr. J. j
Groeschel. His stock of sroods has not!
all arrived as yet, but will be here j
shortly. Mr. Saniuel? is an entorpris- j
ing young man, and deserves the pat-!
runajitj ui KIC tunic .
ami his admirable salesman Mr. (). Y. j
Owings, will offer such bargains as ;
were never heard of before in Winns- '
boro. Ilis new advertisement will ap- J
pear in another issue.
Sweet Potatobs.?Mr. Ilagood, the j
keeper of the county poor-house, has |
kindly brought us some excellent J
sweet potatoes raised on me grounds. ;
They are especially acceptable at this j
"offseason", when vegetables of all j
sorts are decidedly scarce.
The Ice Supply.?Mr. F. W. Habenicht
announces elsewhere that he has j
made arrangements to have on hand j
during the approaching summer a full!
supply of ice, which he will beenabled
to sell at very reasonable prices. This
will be good news to everybody who
likes a cool drink, and we hope Mr.
llabenicht will be sufficiently patronised
to induce him to keep up the supply
Agricultural Im rlemexts.?Mr. R.
M. Iluey call? attention to a lot of agricultural
implements he ha* just received,
consisting of Brade's hoes, handled
hoes, grass blades, cradle blades, sythe
snaths, whetrocks, Dixon sweeps, grain
cradles, bows, and a full stock of
ploughs. These articles will be sold at
the lowest cash prices. Mr. Huey has
also on hand a full supply of staple and
fancy groceries, among which "may be
mentioned the Snow-flake Crackers, of
which he receives a fresh supply every
week. His new advertisement ap
pears in this issue.
The Literary Club.?At the last
meeting of the Literary and Social
Club, tho following officers were elected,
to serve during the ensuing month:
President?Mrs. W. H. Flcnniken.
Vice-President?Miss Sallie McMaster. ;
Secretary?Mrs. Jno. S. Reynolds. ;
Treasurer-^/lrs. C. S. Dwight.
The ngjcf meeting of the Club will be
held on the evening of the 28th inst.,
at a^lace to be designated hereafter.
Th& programme will be an attractive
^n'e, and it is hoped that there will be
a full attendance.
New Advertisement ?Mr. Joseph
Groeschel has made a new departure, :
having-bought out the entire stock of
Mr. >?. Sugenheimer, and re-arranged
it in the south end of the Gerig build- 1
ing. He has likewise added a fijll as- j
sortment of new goods suited to the j
season, and all will be sold at prices to j <
suit the times. Mr. Groeschel is affen- j;
tleman of experience and taste, and he
will use his best endeavors to please 1
his customers. Everything usually
kept in a first-class dry goods store
will beiound iu his shelves, and he,
with his courteoas assistants, will take
great pleasure in showing them to all j
who will call. We hope Mr. Groeschel I
will do a good business. We feel sure !
he will deserve it.
Personal.?Col. and Mrs. J. A. McLean,
of Yorkville, are on a visit to
relatives in Wiunsboro. i ne uoiouei
is a genial gentleman, and makes warm
friends wherever he goes. Mrs. McLean
is too well known, both to her
personal friends and the reading <p?bIic,
to need any introduction. Tbe
patrioticsgirit of for . LvriOr^jvith- Us j
mellow -tones and flowing rhythm, will 3
linger long in the memories of all wh.o <
heard it at the King's Mountain Centennial,
while her many charming tales <
and striking poems continue to delight
the lovers of literature. "We hope the
Colonel and his accomplished lady will
enjoy tneir stay in our town equally
with their numerous friends.
Ladies' Working Socikty.?The la-1
dies of the Episcopal congregation have ;
formed a "Working Society, wifli ?. view
to raise funds needed for various church
purposes, among them being some
much-needed repairs on the church
building. The following officers were
President?Mrs. E. P. Dwight.
Vice-President?Mrs. "Win. It. Robertson.
Secretary and Treasurer?Mrs. Jno.
A meeting of the Society will beheld
at the residence of Dr. T. T. Robertsou
on next Tuesday morning. All
the ladies of the congregation are earnestly
requested to be present.
Proceedings of Council.?The reg- 1
ular meeting of the Town Council was
held on Tuesday morning. Present:
Intendant JNeii, and wardens jluuiu,
McCarley, AlcCants and White. It
was resolved that so much of the 1
auiouut realized from taxes during- the
present municipal vear as may be necessary
to make the second payment on j
the debt for the steam emrine be set j
apart for that purpose. The contract!1
for working the streets was laid over j
for future consideration. The stalls in i
the market were rented to Mr. W. R.!:
/ > ! :
uarriMiu. inc uuuuuv/i i iuiiuc>utiir
oil, lamps, wicks, etc., for the street
lamp*, was awarded to Messrs. McM
aster, Brice & Ketchin. The retail
liquor license was fixed at $150.
Messrs. W. B. Gil!>ert and L. Poteet !
were elected policemen, and Abrarn !
Monroe and Addison Clarke lamp- ]
lighters, for the ensuing year.
Deaths.?Mr. G. H. Miller died last
week at his home near Yoiignesville.
Mr. Miller had reiched the ripe old
age of sixty-nine years, and had been
generally in excellent health. His i
occupation was 'hat of a miller, and ;
he had spent his entire life in this j
county. His kindly disposition, pleas- i
ant manners and strict integrity won '
for him the high esteem of liis friends I
Mr. Robert Aiken died on Saturday j
at the extreme a?re of eurhtv-seven I
vears. lie was a native of Ireland,!
but had been a lomr time in this counI
try. For years before his death he!
suffered from Msv, so tliat death was
not an uuwelcv.ne visitor.
Engines akd Cotton Gixs. ? We call
the attention of fanners to the advertisement
of Messrs. It. J. McCarley & I
Co., to be found in another portion of j
to-day's paper. The Common Sense j
Engine has already attained a high j
reputation as conjoining mi tne eie- j
uienta needing in an engine to be used ;
on the (Arm. All hough it is guaranteed i
to be fir>t-clas8 in ever? respect, the J
prices are very moderate?thus plaeiny I
these excellent engines within the!
reach of every fanner. Messrs. Mr- i
Carley & Co. are likewise agents for ;
the Brown and the Pratt Cotton Gin. j
Both of these gins stand high, and;
there arc abundant testimonials of their j
excellence, from formers and others !
who have given them a thorough trial, j
Messrs. McCarley & Co. will tike j
p?e;ib?rein turnishin? to :iH who inav i
k '* * r
apply to them circulars containing full ;
Cotton* Statement.? The following i
is the comparative cotton statement for ,
the week endin<r April 21. 1882:
Net receipts at all United States
ports (hiring- the week 20.079; same
week last year <11,244; total receipts to
this date 4.368,246; to same date last
year 5,208.056. .Exports for the week
81,171: same week Inst year 936,000; j
- - ' ? - - -l ? - -1 A- .1 A."iO TA. . . I
torai exports 10 uns u;uv iu ;
same uate last year 3.735.279. Stock j
at al l United States port* 676,182; same j
time last year 6:i2.196; stock at all in- j
terior towns 90.962; same time last i
year 122.987; stock at Liverpool 907, j
000; same time last year 927,000; stock !
of American afloat for Great Britain
504,000; same time last year 253,000.
Fire.?The alarm of fire sonnded
about half past one on Thursday
brought the fire depirtment promptly j
t othe nlace indicated? Mr. J. M. El- i
liott's shop. The steamer reached the
cistern at the corner first, but before
steam was raised the colored fire company
came up, and at once put a stream
on the building. The colored men, as
they always do, worked with a will,
and the flames were very soon subdued.
The promptness with which the
firemen arrived on the spot, and the
good work of the colored company,
prevented a disastrous fire. The wind
was blowing- hard at the time, and had
the fire got headway the adjacent buildings
would have stood a poor chance
of escape?except that in a very few
minutes the steamer was ready for
work, and, with the ample supply of
water on the spot, the flames could
have been held well in check. Great
praise is due to all the firemen for their
prompt response to tht alarm and their
good work at the fire. The hand engine
was just the thing for the occasion,
and the colored men made their j
muscle tell. The steamer put some
water on the building, but the flames
were by that time quite subdued. The
fire was caused by a spark from Mr.
Elliott's engine, falling on the roof.
The damage done was very little.
Axother FiRE.-Last Friday night
at a quarter past eight ox-lock, a fire
was discovered in Messrs. Gooding &
Elliott's warehouse in rear of their
store, and in a few seconds the flames
were leaping above the roof. The
whole fire department turned out, the
steamer taking the court house cistern
and the hand engine being placed for
Drotection at the cistern at Mr. Cath
cart's corner. In a few* minutes two
streams were playing1 through about
600 feet of hose and prevented the
flames from spreading. The bnilding
was consumed, and 3000 pounds of
hay burned or damaged?loss $150.
Messrs. Doty & Co. lost eight new
Studebaker wagons and a Champion
mower and reaper stored there?loss
$600. The fire was evidently incendiary.
Mr. J. O. Boag was run over by the
hand engine and appeared to be badly
hurt, though nothing definite could be
ascertained at the time of going to
Chips from Loxc-town.?Our cor
respondent "Vale",, writing.. from
Longtown, April 19, says: "Last Friday
evening \vS5~ttie*scene of a very
pleasant pastime, long to be remembered
by us. We all gathered, a merry
party of people, both old and young, at
it.-. r\?? !w\cf- <5n7T"T
Lilt: lU^iUUIIV/U Ul VUl IM1IU *ivr??v V<v? |
hostess, Mrs. and Mr. D. G. Robertson
, where we were invited to attend a
party. Of course a goodly number of
Mother Eve's fair daughters were present,
for you might know a party is not
a party unless their bright faces are
there to cheer our Father Adam's sons.
Our sister town Ridge way and it*
neighborhood were well represented.
She contributed muchly to our enjoyment
in the person of an A 1 violinist,
who displayed his musical talent in
throwing off lightly and gracefully a
. ^ J
uujnoer 01 wauzus anu njiuwiuj, >? mv i
occasion required. "Vale" did not
participate in the dance, but considered
his enjoyment doubly enhanced by
watching the movements of others trippiny:
it on the light fantastic. Most especially
did we enjoy the easy grace
of the young daughter of our host, displayed
in the prompt. quick movements
of the racquet and the graceful, dreamy
waltz. In due time supper was announced.
and we were ushered into the
dining-room, where the delicious
viands lay spread before u*, to which
every one seemed to do ample justice.
The table was beautifully arranged,
particularly the floral decorations,
which showed exquisite ta^tc and skill.
The purity and whiteness reminded us
i)f wax work. Some of the most beautiful
were the products of the forests.
After dancing and promenading until
it late hour, our party dispersed, much I
to our kind host and hostess f
for a very pleasant evening.?Many
thanks to Mrs. D. G. Robertson for
ome very nice peas and Irish potatoes.
These are the first we have seen this
season.?Another 'bisjfish-nic' is now
booked for May. It will be a union
pic-ntc this time, in which the Liberty
II I ians and Longtowniaus will take
The Brown Cotton Gin.
Messrs. R. J. McCakley & Co.?
Gents: I purchased two of the Brown
Cotton Gins of you last fall, and take
irreat pleasure in recommending them,
as I have never used a gin to give more
thorough, satisfaction than the Brown.
They clean the seed perfectly, and
make the best sample I ever saw.
* James Joxes.
A Foolish Mistasb.? Don't m.ike the mistake
:>f '-onfouudlcz a remedy or inc-rlt wuh quack
eu'dlcincs spe:ik Trora experience when
ivij ssv that 1'arkor's (ilnsrer Tonic Is r sterling
health reiterative which w!il do all that Is
riiim-d for it. We have usf.1 It ourselves with
th~ happiest results for Rheumatism and when
worn out by overwork See adv.?2*
Gk atxfci. TO I ny \ i.ids.?Flor^ston COlOJDP is
imu-tul to 1 nr*lids. because it Is refreshing
\rithout the sickening effect < ! most perfume? *
LL persons having cluims or de
X.j. maaas against tee ?,siate 01 lcoioatf
E. Cloud, deceased, will present the same,
properly attested, to the nndersipneu;
and all persons indebted to 8>iid Estate
will make payment, *t Ei(!^w:>y. S. C.,
to " It. H. EDMUS'DS/M. D?
and JAMES B. DUKES.
Exe^ntors of the L;ist Will and Testament j
of Thoma* E. Cloud, Deceased.
COFFIS* OX MAXD.
If HAYK on hand a full line of Coffins,
JL and am prepared to do anything in
Lai lG- x-tm J. Al ELLIOTT.
XOTICE FOR FINAL DISCHARGE.
NOTICE is hereby given to all whom
ir may concern, that I will apply
to the Judge of Probate of Fairfield Conn<
> . for a finul discharge as Administrator
of the Estate of Wm. Mnrphv, de teased,
on theeiev?-nth day of M iv. 1882.
J:;6. H. neil, Ay
11 t'x3 A dm nistrator.
.'HE following resolution of Council is
I published for public information:
TimAred. That 80 ruucl of the Ordinance
in r Lition to t:ie running at large of catlie
wi;hin the town limits, be suspend*d
putil September 1, 1k$2. so as to prrmit
r.uic<> t*? graz*- in the street?ot the town, '-xfe;>t
Congress Street. subject to the following
conditions: That coics sh'dl be securely
hahered and held xchlle grazing, and I
shall be grazed only bchcen the hours of 5
o'clock a. u. and 1 'J o'clock m.
Bv order of Council:
E. is. CHANDLER. Clerk.
Office Supervisor or Registration.
VV'inssboko, S. C., April 4, 1882.
I Oli the purjiose of registering the
i qualified voters of this county,
and in accordance with the Registration
Law recently enacted by the
General Assembly, I will visit the
Precincts and Townships as follows:
Gladden'* Grove, May 1 find 2.
Woodward's, May Sand 4.
Keasterville, May 5 and 6.
Jenkinsville, May 8 and 9.
Horeb. May 10 and 11.
Greenbrier. May 12 and 13.
Ridgeway, May 15 and 16.
Bh thewood, May 17 and 18.
Bear Creek, May 19 and 20.
Jackson Creek, May 22 and 23.
Oakland, May 24 and 25.
Lo:igtowu School House, Mar 26
lto:k Creek, May 29, 30 and 31.
1#/\?\*?aa11a Turin 1 9 * ?
iUUII|i\/^iIV/) VUIIV * J w.
Winnaboro, June 5 to Julv 1
Supervisor Registration F. C.
Office of County Treasurer,
Wiknsboro, S. April 18, 1882.
THE books of this office will be open
to receive taxes of the fiscal year
1881-2 on the first day of.Mav next and
remain open to the first dav of June
following. The rate per centum is as
School Special Const. Total
Dtst. State. Co. School. School. Mills.
No. 1. 3 .. 2 <>$
No. 2. 43 3 .. 2 9?
No. 3. 43 3 .. 2 93
No. 4. 43 3 .. 2 H I
No. 5. 43 3 .. 2 n
No, 6. 43 3 -. 2 H \
No. 7. 43 3 .. 2 9|
No. 8. 43 3 .. 2 9} I
No. 9. 43 3 .. 2 93 I
No. 10. 43 3 .. 2 93 |
No. 11. 43 3 .. 2 93 !
No. 12. 43 3 .. 2 93 i
No. >3. 43 3 2 93
No. 14. 43 3 14 2 111
No. 15. 43 3 2i 2 12|
A ooll tax of one dollar is required
of! all male persons between the ages
of twenty-one and sixty years, except
those now exempt by law.
These taxes shall*be tine and payable
in two equal instalments, as follows:
The first instalment shall be
due and payable from the first day of
May to the first day of June, 1882, ami
the second instalment shall be due and
payable from the loth day of September
toihe 31st d$y of October, 1882:
Provided, That it shall be, and is hereby,
left to the option of any pers;on
either to pay the amouit of the first
instalment at" the time first mentioned j
or o pay the whole amount at the time
of the second instalment thereof: Provided,
further, That if any person whosoever
shall fail or refuse to pay his or
hpptAVpe dnp nndpr th? first instalment
he, she or they shall be charged with
a penalty of five percontnm on the first
instalment, which penally shall be
..The Treasurer is authorized to receive
in payment of the above taxes
only gold and silver coin, United States
currency, national bank notes and
coupons which shall become payable j
during the year 1882 on the valid Consolidated
Bonds of this State known as !
ttor^rown Bonds." Jury tickets and j
per diem of State witnesses in the Cir
??tll Iwv KAA/i'ira/1 4* %! pAllllf 1* ;
Clllt Vl'UU \>lll UV l^VOVI f V\4 l\/? VVUUij
taxes, not including Sfcltool taxes.
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
A pi 20-flx2
JUST RECEIVED :
XJKJ IT Kjy
?and a full stock of?
SNOW-FLAKE CRACKERS feesh
A FULL STOCK OF GROCERIES,
rnii'AP nm? riASH
K. M. HCET.
1881 - 1882"
TOP OF T15E HEAP.
MASON" & HAULIX ORGANS.
t^uddssa & Baiss,
PRICES AND TERMS EXACTLY
Orclfr from McSMITH, at Charlotte, N.
C., and tsavi* Time, Money and Fr*:!ght.
In (.25 Pianos ana 50 Organs) Stock.
SOUTHERN GEM PIANOS.
MASON & HAMLIN,
PELOUBET k CO. ORGANS.
AT*a A# mv A* rtlWATta
CvUU IUI uuc v* "'J V*
and test it in vonr ?wn honse is nil I ask
If von contemplate having, -write to me,
yor. will save money and I will
Gire jou and thrown in ?Terylliing a*
honent man can auk. Send for prices, etc.
--Take your connty paper,$ad Icarc
what is going ou at ionvo,
ft Pickwick CM,
A SUPERIOR CIGARETTE,
AXL SHUCK MOUTH TIPS.
The Pinlimniifl ?m
1IIU lUUUiiiUiiU UUJLlij
A CHOICE MILD CIGARETTE.
ANOTHER FRESH LOT OF THE
Don Carlos Cigars.
TO SUIT THE TASTE
OF THE BEST EPICUREAN IN
I GUARANTEE TO PLEASE
F. W. HABENICHT.
ICE I ICE! ICS!
I HAVE made arrangements for
a full supply of ICE for the coming:
season, and will fry to accommodate
my customers for the summer, at
F. W. HABEXICHT.
"While all have been anxiously
awaiting the verdict
OF THE JURY
In the election cases now beinpr
IX CHARLESTON, S. C.,
The jnrv of practical, wide-awake
farmers throughout the land have
DECLARED 1&&ATOR OF
The Common Sense Engine. This
engine is made with either Upright
or Horizontal Wrought-Iron Boilers
and is without doubt
Engine for farm use that ran bebought
It comes endorsed by all
' i 3 ?j .1 u u..
wno nave usea it, auu r uuum uv
adopted by every farmer "who lives
Tbe Brown and Pratt Cotton Gins
are also marvels of mechanical in
genuity; and beat anything
THE WOULD EVER SAW
For cleaning and preparing the lint
For circulars and full information
R. J. McCARLEI & CO.
STORY of the SEWIXG MACHINE,
r* I j* * n.
A handsome iittl6 pamphlet^ bine'and
gold cover, with numerous-' engravings,
to any adult person calling for it, at any
branch or sub-office of The Singer Manufacturing
Company,, or will be s^nt by
mail, post paid, to any person living at a
distance from our offices.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
rnntipai umcs, o* union oqaare,
May 17-ly New York.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed
I tnll offer for sale before the
court-house door in "Winnsbcro, S. C.. on
the first Monday iD May next, within *he
legal Lour* of sale, to the highex* biddt*r,
for CASH, the foUowing-dascribtrd pxoperf*
All that lot of land lying in Ibe Town
of "Winnsboro, in the County of- Fairfield,
containing o5?-mo?i? of an ac?c, uiore or
ltss, and bounded on, thf north and want
t>y lott of A. Willifetd, on the sooth by
lot of Matilda Ronborongh and on fch* east
by Congress street of Raid tow*, together
with the right of way to eaid pr-miRea
nppnrtenant?levied npon a* the property
?? khfl nnit rtf Mftrtli*
Sheriffs Office, b. F. C.
Winnnboro, 8. C.,
April 4, 18*2.
C. BOUKMGHT, EXRV & CO.
Are nnw exhibiting a Tn^snificerit!
"" ~ O w I
selection of Fancy Dress Goods ; i
al<=o, a fine assortment of nt-w designs j
in "White Dress Goods, consisting <-f
figured French Muslins, Dotted and
Figured Swisset, ijace Striped
Swisses, new designs in Piques,
Batiste; Linon de India, Victoria
Lawns, &c. This is certainly the
finest assortment of White Goods
ever brought to Columbia. Call and
1X11/ UJJV ?
Ladies will find it decidedly to
their advantage to inspect our fine
assortment of Kid Gloves. Undressed
Kid Gloves, Chamois Skin.
Traveling or Driving Gloves, and the
new Mousquetaire Glove.
Oil Cloths, Mattings, Rngs. Door
"Vf-ifo W<ill Panpr. Window Shades.
Lace Curtains, always at the lowest
New stock Canton Mattings, fancy,
checked and white, received and
offering at verj low prices.
If you want to purchase fine
SHOES OR SLIP: ESS
for Ladies, Gentlemen or Childien,
C. BOUKNIGHT. EXR., & CO.
Columbia, S. C.
JL V/JLK MX-L * A M J
A V MM V wev V V mmmm ?? . w? j
ALSO IX STORE,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
INDUCEMENTS FOR CASH.
IT. G. DESPORTES.
L?1N & BATES'
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.
LARGEST IN THE SOUTH.
OUR XEW DOUBLE STORE.
THE MUSIC HOUSE OF THE SOUTH.
Wholesale Southern Dlritrlbutlng: Depot
CHckering, Eranich & Booh, Mathushsk,
Arion and Southern Gem
Pianos, Mason & Hamlin and
S?vcn Lradinjj Maker* of the "Work. Two
Hundred Fin<r?t Instrument* in Stock. B"d
Kock Prices for Caah or on Time. One Uui
form Price, and tiiat tne jLoweut.
The only Piano find Organ Honse in
America Selling: on the One Price
LOWEST prices printed in plain fignrcs.
Oi.e price to all. No deviation.
No overcharging. Prices fixed nt
the smallest percentage nbov* cost that
will give a living profit. The poor negro
ii Tc vas bays as low by letter as the
Savannah millionaire who comes in person.
No misrepresentation. No exaggeration
No deception ortrickcrv. No
pretensions to be manufacturers when we
are not. ino compeucum wjiu tu?rn; j
makers. None but standard Instruments,
from r liable rankers, sold. This, our
policy for ten years past, will be adhered
to in the future. Square trade for us,
Srst, last and always
Best Instruments for the Least Money
r*V^i' ^witi T in wItil/iVr.iir*
There ar* cheaper Instruments than our ,
but none as good fur the money. Buyers in any
part of the South will save money by ordering
from us We rre Manufacturers'
Distributing Agents for the South, and
place more Instruments yearly than all
other Southern Dealers combined. Buv
iug from us is buying direct from the
llannfiicturers, and secure Factory Hates
to the purchaser.
5000 INSTRUMENTS FOR 1832.
Under contrast. and must be nold. New
Catalogues and Price Lists ready. Special
freight rt?t?'s secured. Fifteen dtivs Test
Trial. Every concession, every induce
ment that c;-.n be offered by honest deal
^js who intr-nd to keep their promises
Ludden & IJu'es nre right up with tlir
times, and in the front rank. None can
underbuy them; none can undersell thenj.
WRITE US IF YOU WANT AN INSTRUMENT.
leudden & BaiesJ
JN accordance with instructions fronj
the State l?o?rd of Health, the Town
("onncil have appointed Dr. R. B. ILjihha&
to Taccin*te all persons residing
within th? <o*pcr?tc limita of the Town o
\\ innsboro -who m* apply to hiiu.
f?r. Hiinnhsn m\Y b? found in his offic?
fro:n 8 to 9 o'clock ?. in., ?m4 fro* 4 t? I
o'clock p. m.
Id Tiew of th< fact that Small Pe* ha?
be?n declared epidemie. it i? pf orient for
nil i*rflon? to go?id against &n attaak of
this loath-ome dif>?ft?e.
Bj orief of Conaail:
Feb 18- Cleik.
NOTICE TO FARMERS, j
rj"^HE nndot-i^ned are prepared ?o f?r- J
_L Dish a few more customers Trim i
Plantation 8a 'MlieRto be paid for in the |
fall. Appl} -ht!v if yon expect to wnet '
anv accornico Utioaa dtirlnglhe Knmnier. j
Mch 30-i.-*? W. IL DOTY & CO. j
- . v- - .; -/> , ^-;,.
ml] u Fan.
I have in Store a full line of Goods,
fresh and marked low do*vn.
Sugars, Coffees, Teas. Canned Goods,
;UCUl. (H im, mw, i i>'in mm
f-vervthing in the line of
PLOW GOODS OF EVERY KIND.
Try PEARL Safety Oil. 155 degrees
fire test, it costs but little more
than common oil.
Swinbornc's Gelatine (the best),
New Orleans Molasses,
I'-*? o.x.i? rs..,
Apples (gallon cans),
Axle Grease, by the pound.
GRINDSTONES. STONE JARS and
ELECTRIC LIGHT CIGAR,
The best FIVE CENTS CIGAR sold.
DIANORA PLUG TOBACCO AND
j. ii. cunmxGs.
AND FEED STABLES.
~WINX8B0R0, S. C., April 12,1882.
Everybody bring in yoar old,
broken down stock and exchange
them for young ones, as the tradersi<*ned
has just arrived with a CARLOAD
of Western males, and horses,
and among them some good saddle
<tnd harness horses, which he will
sell CHEAP for CASH, or on time,
by making satisfactory papers. Hew-ill
also pay the HIGHEST CASH
PRICE for poor,broken down moles
j PARKER'S"""" |
I Aa lovigsratiif Ke^idn that Nrar Intoxicates 8
This delicious combination of Ginger. Duchu. |
Mandrake. SdUingia, and many other of the best I
rrgerable remediea known, cure* all disorders of g
the bowels, stomach, liver, kidneys and lungs.&is H
Tte Sat twgh Cm Crr-Ottd. .1
If you ara suffering from Female Complaints, H
Nervousness, Wakefulness, Rheumatism By?pcp- B
sia. age or any disease or infirmity, take Parker's I
Gmjrr Tonic. It will strengthen brain and body B
J auii give jrou rew life and vigor.
S Paid tor anything injurious found in Cicger T?nic g
g or for a failure to help or cure.
H "A*. *od #1 9*.tet la drop* barter g
jjJ $1 S.z?. SmU for circular! Kacos4 Co., WVmik.S'.x. B
J UST RECEIVED,
Fifteen Barrels Choice New Crop
New Orleans Molasses, the best that
could be bought in the New Orleans
FRESH BUCKWHEAT ELOTJI'
A m -K /r T7I A *7* 1
-J -i- U-VJ_ -EU _ca_ -1_J .
FOUR HUNDRED BUSHELS OF
PURE RED RUST
ALL CHEAP FOR THE CASH
wp n rwiir v*
MJf JBLib* JL' JLdJLJjJS JBl.XB.
mp isj if* p. fine | ?
WE are now opening our stock of
C!nnV/? *%v\A finmmcr a on/1
auu K i X VI UUM
request an inspection of the publicTbese
goods have been carefully
selected in the Northern Markets,
and are therefore Fresh and New.
"WE cannot begin to enumerate
our different lines, but would simply
state that each department win
be found full and complete in every
WE guarantee onr prices to be
as low as the same class of GOODS
can be bought anywhere.
THE styles ihie season are new
and pretty, afid will be glad to
show "all omtrs" whether purchaser?
SO TUOUBUi TO SHOW GOODS!
MoMASTIB, BBICE & KITCHIX
All kinds of JOB PUTTING, enc* !
as Letter Heads Bill 11 ends Envelope*, j
&c., &c., done in neat style and verr i
chkaf, at Tai Urn* ah? Iimu
THE tradere'gned being exclude
TOZER KXGLVE, beg to call t
puachasing engines to the advantage
from jour own Manufacturers at hom
Yankee manufacturers acknowledge ti
for which thev are needed- Thev wi]
of fuel than any other engine. They
tiful Capital. They are more simple
thin any other, and if anything gets 1
you to replace what is wrong. We g
made from SIX to FIFTY HORSE ]
notice Fittings. Belting, Hose, Hal
We refer you to s few who are x
John l.ratton. Col James Jones, W. !
Russell Black, H. J. McKeown.
For prices, &c., address,
}"HE OLD AND WELL ESTABLISHED T
I from the Sooth Carolina Phosphates.
This is a good Jxanure, used alone, as Fai
Kainit. or Crem
Imported from Germany direct by the W;
portant addition to the list of C-omn
valuable on Lig
This is a capital Manure, and should give
or WAXDO DISSOLVED BONE (Highly S
tar GROUND SOUTH C
The above articles are offered by the JFA.
nf ftnritH riftmliTKL
SEXT> FOB A2TALI
OFFICE. >'o. 7 Exchange Street, ) WOl
IK KIlAR OK POSTOWCB, >
CHARLESTON, S. C.) MEN
FRANCIS B. HACKER, President.
I AM now opening my spring stoc
Dv/vod^o tViftcu liorcfnfnra Affiaro/1
balance of the stock of Mr. F. Elder,
department, bought strictly for CAS
surely astonnd my competitors as
ard prints jast opened at five cents,
ries, Irish Linen, Table Damask, Ha:
FROM AUCTION?Fifty dozen t
(eJi JL^*.U HOp
Two hundred pairs more of those <
cents, ?1 00, $1 25 and SI-50. worth
Ten doztn handled hoes at Fifty C
Hames. kprings, devices and a varie
crarA rtarvirtm Anf. jif. fifty k nri thf
? ?J ?
My stock of CLOTHING- is arrivir
Black Alpaca Coats, business tuits, ei
My stock of goods is very heavy ar
for the next thirty days in order to r
P. S?SCHOOL AND COUNTY
AliL CA&LS FROMP1
low as any undertakers. "Will trim ai
A new snpply of Children's Carrin
low as tiiey can be bought anywhere i
Wanufectuftd by MA AO A. SHE!
MS M tut ST DC5LHTT 4
FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER!
KItiOX. Gunpowder and .Brack Teas,
Boyal Baking Povdf i*. So* Foam,
Price's Biking JPov<W, Lu]>nlin Y^st;
Cake*. Gelatine. Flavoring Extracts. Con- 1
ccnrittted Lye nnd Potash. Cream Tarrur,
Chocolate. * Ch'namon Bnrir, Laundry
Soap, Starch, Toilet Soap. Pepper and
other Spices, Bath Brick, etc., itjat re
JCcMAHT52, BSICI * OTCHI3.
rely eng:iged tbe manufacture of tfr*
he attention of all who contemplate
you secure in making your purchase? ....*
e. You get the best that is made. (a& '
lis fact), adapted to the class of work
LI do more work with the same amount
are made outright at jour own beao- .
and less liable to get out of repair -
Mrouen we are witnin a iew aours ur
narantee satisfaction to alL Engines
POWER Repairing done at shout
icock Inspirators etc., for uaie 3|
ising our Engines. References?G^lb. %
B. Estes, D. P. Crosby, Calvin Britf^
t & DIAL, COLUMBIA, 8. C
BLACKSTOOK, 8. C.
PAN DO BBAND WAS THE FIRST HAD* ^ 3
mers know, who have trieditrp^ticni^^---^^^ ^
an Potash Salt? I
ando Phosphate Company. This is an iflL -
oercial Manures, and is particularly
jht Sandy Lands. ,
?AAI3 ?Ao^Uo Tfo Anolvoio o%Attro if
J^wu icoaito* J.VO r? uwjotq o *v kv ?jr
CAROLINA PHOSPHATE ROCK ! .
Or SOUTH CAROLINA BUB.NX MARL I ^^
NDO PHOSPHATE COMPAQ,
rSES A2TD PRICES.
rIKS, near City, ") ON
ES. sear Bee's Ferry,! RXVKB.
JOSIAH S. BEOWN. Tbeasuk?? ) ^
k of goods, which for style ani pric#' pj
have also moved to my old stand thV
... My store is now foil up m every
3L and will beaoldat Dricee that will
well as customers. Two cases stau
Lawn Jaconets, Swisses, Embroider ';
odkerchiefs, Gloves, Neckwear, Etc- - ; ^
owels at 12? cents, worth 20 cent?
jheap shoes we sold last month at 75 _ -
at least 25 per cent. more.
Jents don't bay till you pee mine. - iM
ty of desirable goods in the hard* ' . , ;||
i dollar. .
daily, consisting of White Teste,.
id I will offer special inducement 5
educe the same.
MIM N Au(xH.
PAPER WANTED. - S
"nTTT* A T>rr\i"n,\r'T
JL'-UJl. xXJLl JL lTJ-iJll- JL ?
riiY 1TTMB?? TO. > . :>|
I keep on hand a foil sup* .
ply of Metallic Caskets, and N
n .# i7 /? jl / - ? ""-.vtml
<^ses or cue naest nm&a, .
Also Tinted Rosewood and
"Wainat Caskets and Cases of . :5||
Pthe finest finish. Also a cheap- *
grade of Tinted Hose wood
and Pine Coffins. Prices a?
id ornament to sqit the taste of buj ^
> TO ARRIVE.
ges of the latest stvies.. Prices.?? vl*
at refoiil prices. . -v ~M
VZ_ w. ^
IKE BEST III THE RARKET. - ||
Fourteen differeet size* and kinds. FJt%
rises with Eoamelad Reservoir*. Adapted tp
all requinMiaata, ud paced to suit all pnzMft
DouMe Wood Doom, Patent Wood Gate ' > ::5
Adjoatebie Danper, Iatofrhangeable Ant* >?. ; J
sutie Shelf, BroiUag Boor, Swinging Eeaztlf > 2
PIate, Swinging ftae-Mop, Xerensftile . _x
Bnming Lang Or* Piece, Doable Hhag
Ceaten, Xwry Ring Oore* ICtanioated-Hqr
Soon, Wckel Knebe, 5ick*l Panel*, eta
Uoe^oaled tn Material, In Kniah, aat It
'PAR* A CO., Bait!mora, Xd t
ALiEGElot of the cheapest Toil?k .Soap
lox th? price
Winnsboro. Call and b* cog'vinc^cf. .
McMASTEE; BKICE & KEIVfirB.
^ ? Snhccribe to Tsx 3*ew? ojyfc