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FAIRFIELD HERALD
Published Every Wednesday at
WINNSBORO, S..,
BY
WYILLL/IMS & DA 18.
0
TERMS-IN AD VANCE.
One Copy one year, - - $ 8 00
lee " " " - - - 1200
on " " " - 20
OlUeial Directory of Fairfield
County.
gEIAroa-Moses Martin,
IraRIsIsS-TATIVES-Joseph Thompsaa
John Gibhon, Joel Copes.
S. W. ltuff--Sheriff.
Anal'. it, Clowney-Clerk of the Court.
J. J. Neil--.Judgo of Probate.
W. 11 Peake-Conuty Auditor.
W. M. Nelson -Comty Treasurer.
WY. J. Crawf'ord-ohsool Conmissioner,
It. F. Martin-Jury Commissioner.
0O'INTY OOiIMISSIONItRS--Ja. R. Harvey,
Aenry Jacob, Carter Beaty.
II. N. Obear-- U. S. Commissioner.
NOTARIES 1'DLI-S. B. Clowny, J.
Q. Davis, 11. N. Obear, D. B. Kirland.
TRIAL JUSTtoES-A. M. Mackey, W. It
Marshall, James Aiken, Claranco R,'*b,
N. J. I", W. Coleman, Thomas Walker,
Dr. Ira S. Scott.
T. It. Roberteon.
W!NNilIOR0 NATIONAL BANS OF OUTIl
SAnoI.I\A. AtruIunizsICAPITAL $200,000
PAID upr $75,000.
w. Rt. tobortsoi, President.
(eo. 11. NicMaster, Vioe-President.
Sam'l. It. ClowIey, Cushier.
T. K. Elliott, 'loller
iREC'oS.
W. It. Robertson, 1I. L. Elliott, James
,3enty, George II. McMaster, D. R. Flen.
z iken, Jas. It. McCant,, Jas. 11. Rion, Jas.
' Brice, A. 8. Douglass, Col. William
)hnstonI, of Charlotte, N. C.
TOWN OFFIOBRs.
F. Gorig-Intendant.
WARDENS-F. Gerig, J. A. Fraser, W.
I. Nelson, J. U. McCarley.
CI RV OF PoLCE--T. J. II. Murphy.
WIXN5suORO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCtA
TION.
U. HI. Mlo.ster-President.
James Baniay--Vico-President.
D. It. Flennikon Sec. and Treas.
11. N. Obear , Attorney ;
Dir'etors-Jas. A. Brico, San'l. B
Clowney, U. A. W hito, I. N. Withers, J.
M, G.illoway, F. Elder, I'. B. Madden,
W. II. Flenniken, J. S. Connor.
State News.
Gov. Chamberlain vetoed the
bill changing the county seat of
liarnwoll county from Barnwell to
Blackville.
Columbia is preparin for a
niluicil)al election. Mr. John
Agnew, ia respectable citizen, has
accepted the Republican nomina
tion for the mayoralty.
Mrs. (1 Forgo Botale, of Langley,
S. C., recently attempted to com
mit suic.ido by taking laudanum.
After much troublo the physician
Waved her life. She had been de
sorted by her husband.
One (lay last week, a nogm laa
on CoL. Moss' plantation in Edge
field county deliberately shot a
negro man.I named John P'ressly
through the throat wvith a shot-gun,
killing himt almost instantly.
A correspondent of the &Tnion
H~erald says that Gen. B. K1 Hill
of Georgia and Hon. George H.
Pecndloton of Ohio were roently
together at Augusta, in consulta
tion upon the p)olticatl- situation in
South Carolina.
The Columbia Union- herakd has
the silowing :"Rev, ilham
Ashley joulu~d in the holy bonds of
wedlock Mr. Wmn. Fields, aged
eighty four yers and Miss Sarah
Calidwell, somenwhere betwoon sity
hve 1and sov'euty -live years of age."
As Mr. T'. J. Cmmnin ihzi, of
Liberty Hill, and his 1'<( te, were
crossinig the brid.'ra over Watere
Creek a few .1mys ago, the structure
gave o way, and11 horsos, buggy and
the chasm below.
The miemnbers of the Orangebur~g
bar, together with a large numnber
of citizvns havc forwarded to Gov
ornor Cam nborlain a paper express
ing their approval of his action in
the matter of tile judges, and as
suring himi of their confidence and
support.
The peopie of Edgefleld have
plaed( on record their protest
. against the election of Moses anid
Whipper. The meceting on the d
mast. was ver'y largely attended,
and1( the rosolutions adopted showv
that the spirit of the people is one
of firmness and unanimity.
Tlhro was an attemp~t at a meet
ing in Charleston, in favor of Moses
and Whipper ai fow days ago, but it
was rathing a failure. There wvas
some wild talk about fighting, but
when one of the orators mentioned
that sort of thing, the crowd yelled
out-"Oh I no, don't let's fight
don't let's fight 1"
Greenville-through the News-.
rejoices in the hope of soon having
a United States court-house, which
has been a principal object of her
wishes for a very long time. Con
grossman A. S. Wallace has intro
duced a .bill looking to the early
erection of a federal court.hiouse,
post-offlco andl intornal revenue
buildings.
A'fowv 'dghts ago two negro ehil
dren were burnt to death near
Johnston's d1epot in Edgefield
county. Both parents had locked
their house and gone off' to a ineigh
bor's, and on returning saW their
house in flames and hoard'( the cries
of the unifor'tunato children. It
wats too late, howvever, to rescue
thema from the horrible death they
suff'ored.
Marion has been boeard from. A
public moetinig wvas held( a few (lays
ago, and strong resolutions adopted
concerning the election of judtges.
This was only a gathering of the
citizens of the county-seat, andi a
general meeting of the p~eole was
called for the third Monday in the
present month. That will he a
(demonstration very simiilar' to the
one recently madeo in Sumter.
Merion is trhe. to the back-bone.
Moses can never wear his judicial =
gown in her temple of justice. Ij
Pay your Subscription.
When -the preac'er quotes, "Be
not wise in your own conceit," he
closes for many the only door to Cl
wisdom. to
Pay your anbsdriptftn. *0
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
'A Ejalogue of New Books on Building
CI free. BICKNELL & CO., 27 War
ren St., N. Y.
al
M IND reading, Psychomancy, Fascina- M
- tion, Soul Charming, Mesmerism
and Marriage Guide, showing how either
sex Nay fascinate and gain the lovo and 0
affeotion of any porson they choose instant
ly. 400 pages. By mail 50 ets. Hunt & Co.,
139 8. 7th St., Phila., Pa.
~AT - Agents wanted. Good chance
Tfor making money, to partiesF
who devote whole or part of
timo in selling our'Teas. Liberal commis- (
sions. Send for terms. P. O. Box 5643. .
Great American Tea Co., 31 & 33 Vessey &C
St., N. Y. ha
WVANTED.- The Manhattan Manu- ar
facturing Company are now reorganizing -
their general agencies. Energetio men
may secure the control of all sales in speci
fied territory of a staple article. A permna
nout easy business and a monopoly that
may he made to pay $5,000 per annum.
For particulars address. with stamp en
closed, G. A. LUMPKIN, President.
147 Reade Street, Now York.
"NIP and TUCK"
(Chromo.)
TlE GREAT AalIERICAN- TEA COUUPANY,
31 &33 Vessey Street, N. Y. til
Teas distributed to clubs at importers'
prices. Beautiful Oil Chromos, of differ
ent sizes, presented to purchasers of I, 2, i
3, 4 or5 pounds of Tea, in clubs of $30
and upwards. The Company has now
ready for delivery a splendid Chromo, en
titled "Nip and 'luck," a now three fe
pound picture, showing a lively skirmish
between baby u'id his pet dop; for the po- A
session of a doll. It is svo full of roaring B
fun that no decription can tell the story o
so well as the simple title of the artist. as
The battle is just Nip and Tuck,
and must be seon to be appreciated.
Send for circular of prices, terms, &c.
Tie Great. American Tea Company, 31 &
33 Vessey Street, New York City. P. O.
Bot 5043.
HIOMEOPATHI10
FAMILY Medieine Cases and Books, giv
ing plain directions for their use, ate a
necessity in every well regulated house
hold. Not only will a timely dose of the in
dicated Homoopa..hie remody o ten cut
short a serious na ck of sickness, but the
consciousness of being able, in an emor
geucy, to alford promp relief, will more
than repay the outlay. For Illustrated
Price Lists,, send stamp to
BOERICKE & TAFEL, Baltimore Ho
mo- opathio Phar ancy, 135 West Fayette
Street.
COUGHS, COLD), HUOARSENESS
AND ALL THROAT D18s. E8,
We~ll' Carbolic Tablets
PUIT UP' ONLY IN BLUB n 'XEs.
A TU !U1D AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold 'my Druggists generally, and
Jrohnstona itolloway & (C., Philadelphia
p'a.
R. Ia. Dannenberg
S
-FOR-.
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
t4
Boots anid Shoes, ~
A
HATS, ETC., ETC.i
u
dec 30
CONNOR & OHANDER
C
C
B
p
REMOVED
.OL..ROSS the street into the store for
merly occupied by J D McCarley. They $
take this occasion to ask all who owe them de
in
to oall in And Bottle upi for the past And AII
begin anew. o
janf 5
Ties ! Ties ! TiesT'
]
A Lot of Beard's Lock Ties
at 5 3-4 cents per lb., at
I
ma
loce2 ._
Bit
?,a
Aand Boilers, A rioultural Eng'laes,
roular Saw Mills, Grist, Bark and Peas
c Mills. Shaeling, Hangers and Pulleys.
MPROVBD' TURIBINB WATBR WNEELS.
t 19
u. ErrExozn. H P Emsnuw.
Ettenger & Edmond,
RICnMOND VA.
, ANUFACTURER.S of Portable and
Stationary Engines and Boilers of
kinds, Cireular Saw Mills, Grist Mills,
Ill Gearing, Shafting, Pulleys &c.
AEIRIoAN TUnBrNE WATEB WHEEL.
imerola's Special Steam Pumps
Oct 19 Send for Catalogue.
G. F. WATSON.
urniture Works and Lumber Mills,
RICHMOND VA.
1OTTAOI Bedsteads. Chamber and
J Parlor Furniture, Lounges, Chairs
Manufacturer of Walnut and Cheaper
rd woods, no soft pine used. Cottage
adsteads and cheap Mattrasses luoding
ticles.
METROPOLITAN WORKS.
Caul Street from Sixth to Sevenr4
RICHMOND VA.
1 ES, Portable and Stationary,
!J Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Cas
ags of Brass and Iron, Forgings &ce.
Agriculural Iron Works,
all its branches done by experienced
hands.
Inproved Portable Engines,
r driving cotton gins, threshing ma
chines, separators, grist mills &e.
number of second hand Engines and
oilers of variors pr.ttern5, in first rate
-der, on hand. Riepair % ork solicited
td promptly (lone.
00119Wm. E. TANNER & CO.
. JONEs, J. H. DAVIS, E. BOUKNIGHUT
E. S. BoUKNIGuT.
rone.,
Davis
Diouknights.
Sucoessors to R. 0. Shivir & Co.
AND DEALEBs IN
Try Goods, Carpets. Oil Cloths,
Mattiigs, Boots,
shoes, Etc.
Columabia, S. C.
F3HE attention of purch aners in every
part of this State is called to consider
very important fact. namely, that the old
tablished house of El. C. 5153 V E R &
:0., is not cloned but reorganiz.edl.upon
xo only basis that can be carried oil suc
3ssfully,
STRICTLY CASH,
And we assure our patrons that we
msil continue the same honorable course
(baling with them thert wa~s su r. dis
nguished fcenuure with the house of Rt. C.
huiver & Co. We havo now in store the
est selected stock of
mYW GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATh, CAPS, CARPETS, OIL'
)LOTHS, WINDOW SHADES
WALL PAPER ETC.
Ever seen in this city, selected by one
f the firnm, wh~o superintehds the b~usi
ess,,and conseguently knows the wants
fthis commlunity better than buyers re
ding elsewhere. The entire stock will
e offered at prices never before equaled
this section. The prices will startle
id attract you a~t sight. We invite you
send at once for
amptes of' thxese New and Hand
some (Goods
nid, if shown to your friends and neigh
orm, we are sure it will be to your advan
Ige to send us a large order. Wo pay
'ight on all bills amounting to $10 and
pwards. All orders must be accompun..
d with the CASH, or we send them i. o.
'., andl guarantee satisfaction.
Best 6e. Prints in the city. Long
loths 8A, 10, 12pL. None equal to thorn
ithe State. Well known brands ot
Ipacas andl Mohnairs, ,just inmported. Ho.
ery Departmnent-Full of well assorted
ods at popular p rices. Glents' Furnish.
ig goods comnplete, as a department. Our
ooij and Shoe Departmnen tis second to
one on this continent. From tihe cheap.
it Brogan to the Unest hand made goods.
ho most comnplete and best managed
irpet Department in the world. Cloths
issimeres and Jeans are bought by the
Rse and sold at a very small advance
rowvn and Bleached Shirtin gasold at
ctory prices. Flannels and Bankets at
ri0es that will astonish.
We shall expect an order from you or a
11 when you visit Columbia.
sep 30-3m
NEW ARtRIVALJS.
\NE of the largest stocks of Millinery
.and Fanc Goods that have over been
Winnsboro has flow arrived at D. Lan
rdale's. The inspection of the ladies is
rited. Our general stock is full in every
0e of goods wvhich we usually keep. wie
arantee our prices to bo as low as the
rest. D. LAUDERDALE.
isure Your Gin Hlouses.
IJHE Richmond Fire Assoiation of
.. Virginia affords an ol>portunity to
mtera to insure their Gi Houses and
tion.
fNow is the time delay is dangerous
JAS. *. LW Agent,
Offico at the store of J itGalloway
let I8-1:a
Notice,
ony rops to sell meat in the mar..
ktfor cash. If you have not the
ney, you had better make other ar
lgements. I have to pay cash in ad.
une for rent and cattle, to keep up the
rket,
ba ti. W'R GARRIsoN,
?
ELLING
COST!!
A good chance for any one
desiring to enter nercantil'
business. We offer our entire
stock without reserve, on ac
comnodating terms to responsi
ble parties.
J. S. ELDER & CO.
The subscribers wishin to
make a change in their busi.
ness offer their entire stock at
and below cost. Our Stock is
large and complete all new and
tresh goods bought this full at
the lowest
CASH PRICES
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Ladies Dress Goods, Shawls,
Sacques of every size and descrip
tion, Boqlevard Skirts,
Corsets, Hosiery, Ladies
and Gents furnishing
Goods, &e. Water
Proof Cloth for Ladies
and Misses Cloaks,
Gents piece
Goods in every
variety at
12, cents
per yard
and
upward.
Brown and
Bleached
Homespun, Tick
ing, Striped and
Chocked Osnaburgs,
Flannels, Blankets,
and everything kept. in a
first class Dry Goods
House. Men's and Boys
Hats, of all kinds, Boots
and Shoes to suit the
old and young,
mostly made to order
and warranted to be
free from shoddy.
All we ask is a call. We will con
vince you that wa mean busi
ness.
All goods must be paid for on
delivery.
J. S. Elder & Co.
N. B.
Goods cut in quantities to suit
purchasers.
NOTICE.
All persons indebted to the sub
rcriber by note or open account will
pleaLse come forward and settle, as
lie needs money to carry on his
BUSINESS.
And all persons owing him on
LIENS will save costs by coming
forward and settling on or before
December 16, as all LIENS not
settled b~y that date will be given to
the Sheriff for collection.
F, Elder.
I offer my entire Stock of Cloth
ing at COST FOR CASH.
ALSO,
One car load Wheat Bran and
Shorts for cowv feud.
LOW FOR CASH.
F. ELDER.
BUTTEI,!
1 5O lbs. Fresh Mountain Butter
at
oct 6 .F. ELDERS.
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer of
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDN, FLOORINO, &c
Dealer in
Builders' 1Iardwar'e,
PAINTS. OILS, &O.
HOLE AoENT.
The National Mixed Paint Co., The Great
Amnerican Fire Extinguisher Co., Page Ma.
ehine Boling Co.
OFFICE AND WARznooM,
Nos. 20 & 22lHayne, & 33 &25Pinckney sts
FACYTORY AND YARDS.
Ashley River, WestEnd Broad St.,
Ch1arletoin, e.* 0.
sept 23-1y
NOTIC E.
ORDERS having been receivedl from
\the Copany to turn over all notesb
and accounta duo 1st November last, for'"
()uanos, to mny Attorney for colleotioc1, this
is to give flnal potice that all notes unp~aid
y1st December next will positively be
:lasposed of as above.
PIERRE BACOT
mev 2aAet
-OFFER
SPC VIA BARGAINS
LADIES.DES GOODS
lpecial Bargains in Real Laoe Collate,
"f . "."Ready Made Clotlhing.
" " Boots and Shoes,
"LinenandPaperCollars,
"l " " Charlottesville Cassi
teres,
Ipecial Bargains in Cheviots and Tweeds,
" " " Bleached and Un
dleaohed Homespun.
' .--0..-..
LARGEST STOCK OF HATS IN TOWN.
CO1E AD Ply US I VISIT.
N. B.--W0 beg leave to inform our gen
:lemen friends that no one can compute
vith us in Gents' Shirts and Underwear.
shirts made to order-seventeen new
;tylos of fronts to select from. Orders for
ibove executed promptly by
W. H. FLENNIKEN & CO.
nov 27
B&etsd,Yewer, Aiuflija/e.. r,,,, r4
>All WorA Warantef..
L~OWEST PRICES.
Senrd/brPiceeLit.
SIH AL L& CO
-Janu/kdetr &Desier.r.
2,4.,0, 8.10. Af~zrAct Street.
223, 2 2$, :gast Ba,
C HA RLIE8TON, S. C.
AGEFNT,
WVINN SBORO, S. C.
ug 3-.
W.1E. Doty & Co.
Y Doors West of Post Of~ice
--IN
L[IESPiIAN HALL BUiLDING.
DEALERS IN
F AMILY & PLANA TION
iROC ERIES,
PRO VISIONS,
GRAIN,
FLOL~R,
HLAY &c
3ROPRIETORSI
--OF
[IVERtf & SALE~
Vere We CGolitlty kcng oni
birndl a ftnlly sd~pply ofg6d
lorses a lVlules,
- P'OR
~d
mac 25
. TV
R F C
fj PIRCES of Stn a sa
Je sc~sof 1'J lpe
iieces o Wool Jetatn,
nere, ; pieces of White ttc
)t' Rod Fluanol, .20 Sh 'Wo
styles, ixs and Childre
[loso, Ladies' and (tenth P
Merino Vests, lest quali
sizes, White Bilankets
nd
10 pieces Corded
Langer's ('loth, 2 pee
1resih Assoruent
Made Clothing, 5
Shoes and Doo
in. I intend
sell them.
wil
[f low prices are induc t i
duplicate any bid made in
he country. I.
m
N. B,-Don't fail to con
cheap goods. I. N
nov 27
JUST BREC
-0
Car Load Whit
I Car Load Flour. -
1 (.a' Load Bolted 11
White and Smok'l [
Shoulders.
Rio and Java Coff<
tn(l rasted."
New Orleans and
Syrtlps.
All grades of SU(
Lard in bhis., hluI-1.
anid canfs.
(denliile Duim . .
BY
aeril 10)
BEAITV BREl ?
HAVE JUJST REOJV
One car loa-l of Porto Ilico '5
One car load of fresh groun~
grado.
ALSO,
74 bales of Prime Timei
A LSO,
A lot of Pot Ware &e,.
deo 4at redug
RO0 S E N H EI
R ESPF:CTFTFULLrY
ilhe store formerly osf
';nthcar. where lhey litei
general slook of maeroh,.nd
BOOTS A ND S~
DIIY GOO&'
AND LW"e
WE GUAIA
P'alr and Rquarn tr itne.
svery one Lta will Oi% on til
march 27 . C(
WI E, the undo
VYform the ci e e
indl vicinity that weo
elves under the firm *01
*'rronmyS, and1( will
innd a large stock of -
lin, &c. Also Mc
ltuinnessq' Duiblin
hinger Alo. Also a la
nid hoes, Dry Goouds, th
nid overything usually 4
ouso ''han., ful for th ~
*estowedI on the old1 h
ontinuanco of the Ramin
JN
oct 30-tf
White '
)NNITon of White Le b
riug storoeof
mov 4
P1ERRE BACOT
CcCmisgson Merebhaeu,
A And Dealer in Colanerelal Fetll!8kre.
Faowish hooe Apples, Dananas,
call on and Leions low for crih,
P .. zzIEl R COt, Age j
No j 'rlERN Cabbages Onions and
h potatoes selected for table use at
PIuums BACOT's, Agent.
oj' GO Lunch Pearl Oyster and Arrow.
r rion Ist arrived fresh of
r PnRRE BACOT's, Agent.
F1jTS1i Candle... Cocoantts. Almonds,
Want n IBitl for Nuts. at
IRRE BA(;oT' , Agent.
McMaster Brice
_ JAV; now on h it 4 a large, and corn
part so of goods, oonsisting in
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing,
Cassimters, Jeana, Blankets,
and all Dumestie
Goods,
Which. we are offering ''at astonishingly
low prices.
Espeelal attention called to our stoek
Dress Goods and Shawls,
which we are offering at extreme ly
figures.
Bleached Hlomenpuns, at R$ 104 and an
article 1 yard wide, at 124, that
cannot be
EXCELLED ANY WHERE.
We keep on hand, a full line of Hosiery,
Notions, Gloves and Ladies
Ties and Rlufrs.
We invite the attention of the publie to our
HANDSOME STOCK,
Which we guarantee to sell as low as can
be bongitt in "Columbia" or any mar
ket in the "up country."
CALICOES AT
6j4 and the "Very Best" at I
oct. 9
ARlGAINS in Clothing at the old
store of 8. LANDECK ER & CO.
in Men's and Youth's sizes,*
Our stock of Mena fur'
nishing Goods, great
er th:mi over' and
we ca~l l upon
our friends
to see
Our
imnsef STOCK which is
creating
EXCITEMENT
all circles, even to Ladies who
ave seen our beautiful line of
Calieoes which we sell and
our hiandsonmo stock of
Alpaccas that defy
compej)tition,
Our line
of
ies Hose, as large an assortment
as can be found in Winna
boro, for it is an ae
knowledged
fact for
to go
F OR GOODS
LANDECKER & CO., for
Gy are bound to soil oven at
merifices on account of the
hard times and theoro- [T
foeofrall the A
indlucemfen tu
ml our pow.
or to
you our
* Goodis. Our
Bleachings can
nlot be0 competed with.
Our line of Ladies,' Dolts
Obeautiful, and our Stock
ta' Hats are imnn seB, soan
that thoy are ~ ~ n
GayBros & Son, ~ d
thls(day received
KYlo clarifled Sugar. b lt o
Sg oy elrife Nu r. rooln~
P or gt hardin e ka
enk0a41 and see,

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