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T1.E NEWS AND I!EERALD.
WvI: mSono, s. d.
WVEDNESDAV, Uhcember I79.
-. 2i.i-VS Ya VTS. RDIO'.
4.vfe . R'rNOLDN, A43OCIATR' DIOH.
Air Castles on the Congaree.
The Columbia ReY.istr is alroadv
building 1il caustles onl the banks or
theo Coniga ree (I L(, ulI w ope Ihey
wvill soonl be inl 11c(ual e'xisfetce. i
&h'1rranlltacs conlclusively by figilres1
the groat. cl pabi ItI ies- of Ite -iagnii
t'eIt. wa1tr power now on1 (Ihe vve or
developmenvit. Pr1ofessor. Johnl L2v
Conte. ten of (the Sonth1 ('arolina Uni
Vr8ity, inaide a stirvey of.t le river at
Ohs point. and estilmated the water
po,wer as greater than that. of Lowell.
Itecent snrveys are oven more favor
able 1n1111 hiis. Besides this, factories
inl (o1iullbla call rnil all the year.
round, whilo those of Lowell are
frozeni up1 several m1onths inl the year.
Tie Register. Is not content with Imlore
generni statements, but enters into
particulars. From it we gather the
'lhe partlies undertaking the icler
prise agrve to develop fifteen thousand
horse power In three 'years, to give
the State 1flen huitindred of this, and
to crect, a itheory costing $250,000,
nIll iing ?r6.000 spind's, employing
850 opveratives, and conslluming 13, 001.)
bals of cotton i year. The fiteen
111ndred lors power givell to thie
State will run 75,000 spidles, emplov
2,.500 operatives. consumne 40,000 bales
ia year, 111(1 disburse .t.h-rei (tarters
of a iillion dollars v yenr. 'Tle enl
fire wiater power will bo able to run
thirty Iniills, employing 800,000 spin
dles, consinlinig -100,000 bales o' cot.
toil yeiar and involving ill ilvest
11i1cit of $28,000,000. Thiey will giv
etnployment to over 25,000 operatives,
and (118hrse $7,250,000 per atn. of
whichl $5,000,000 would be for markel,
It. will be seen that. this wa(er pow
er is capable, if fully ievelopedi, of
tauthetuintgevery bale of cotton
raised ill thlin i1li1q 01 Soutll Carolina.
'Expel1rt say that the price of cottonl is
doub1)led b being itnanuntiitured. Tile
cottol crop of this State at (enl cents is
about. eighteen inillion dollars. Ir
Ilalhliletured it would sell for Ilir-ty
By the passage of tle Canal Bill the
state has done her part. We sincere
li hopo Iat capitl will respond 1reelv
to this liberal invitation, and that cre
long Ile air cas.Atns of the lle/is/cr.
will b;e realized in solid brick and
granite slitctlres, surrounded, enc11,
by its tnen vi(lage of' opera Ives' e,
and elrihlinl'tg not only Columbia, but
the whole Suite. We hope the Reyis
ler. will conlline to peg away at the
etnterprise unitil its etli'1rt are crowned(
Give the Dcvil His Due.
he Aulgusta Ch/ronicle andu C'on
Sliittionai't', inI severely censuringi~
the Maine IIlIiinig Board for' counit
ing out the ]l(epublican legislautors,
bases som11e of its cenisure onl anl err'one-.
0118 stateniient of' facts. Wthile in no0
way dissen: nug from1 01ur conitemipora
r*y ini its conceluIsionls tht-thle Fusioniists
were genelCly guilty ofshariip plract ice,
we must give theo Devil his (1u1, by
correcting the istake wichl we are
surpriseldthat so well 1)0sted a1 jouir
nal should have inatie. The C'/iron dele
Th'Ie thiets in1 the case of Maitue ap
pear11 to be abloult as5 follows: At thae
election1 hield last Sep)tembler thie Re
puiblicant caniididateC f'or governIor re
ce0v1 aOi1 plurality of ninteen thou
sand1( voie1s. rThe RepublicanIs also0
elected a1 majoity iln the 1101use (of
liepresentagives of twenity-inoi and2( int
t.he Sente of seven). It is not disput1 -
ed (hiat a large naajorily of the voters
ot' Maine pref'terred the pr1inceiples of
the iOepub1ll1ian >airly aint( (casI. their
ballots( for the I epu Iblican cand1(ida1tes
Nowv it is niot unidisputed thant a1
large malljority of the voters of Miaine
cast their ballots for the RepublIcan
caindidate If)w governor. Indeed0(, It ja
(only because8 there0 waIs not at ma11jority
otf Rep)ublican votes for governtor that
the Fuisionists had~I anty opportunity' of
figuring in the result. Davis, the Re
Ipublian, did have a pliuralityi of
inetcon thiousandic votes, but the com1
hined vote for Sith, Garcelon and
h1i1 by1 sve hundtred, and thee
threwth1e, eletion if t the Leg)01tisla011
bo the votrs (1020Ma he wern ginsg
)Ioard, it rep)resenits a ma11jorityv of the
votes ofMaIne, aind SmIth, the
Greenbacker, cani prop)erly (cla11m to
be Ihe chioce of--Uhs majority. We
have 110 figur'es concernlig the Logis
-laiture. Bhit that the Repu)lblcans ap
ten biorou-h system preCvails, ta h
':antiivo dlistricts tare gerr'yinanderI
edI, 01' thaut the G.reenbackers and
D)emocrats ran separate legislatIve
tickets as wvell as separ'ate gubernato
rial canida1ilttes. Th'lis puts an entirelv
dliflerent phase18 upon0 the~ maltter, aind
absolves the Maine Rloaxd fromt much
of thte Culsedness charged upon Itb
the Ohronicle. In a nutshell, about
fifty-4even thtousand citizenis of Mnaine
voted for DIuii, and about fifty-gight
thougand did not. The Returning
Board ejaims to represent the0 Ifty-.
eight thousand whQ did not bend the1
knece to 1Ieah Blaine. This' ntakes' a
mn(ch bettce'-showina for' tg IBoard
than If' theoy had 4eliberately counted.
oit'a goverfier tyho hadh reived an
ac 0 nj-i deought'
"t~ ~ tile o 1ree1Q9n and1
The velebratioll of Chrsis1 tho
bpirt.h-day of our. Lord, is of aneietl
"riginl. The institutio of' the festival
is ascribed to Telesphoru , who flour.
i?hed in lie reigi of Antonit s I'ins
inl the sevonld vlituiry, but the fir st
11'aces of'it are (bunld inl the --rein o t'
ill) mdmhs, a iw years Iaer. )io
'lelianii, ill the third ienItury, is sIid
o have st fire to I titirebh in Nivoie
lia inl which a mutiltlde 0, Chr'llis(inns
had am'bled to cflebratv Ihe I !Cstival
111d to) have preivented :lly of .(t unl
1*61hina(v vielimls firol) escapling rI'01
he tllle. Neilher )iocletial, how
-ver, nor anly (11her persvecutor, nlor
vn the Ir iamis, lundi Cromwell,
4MCceeded inl abolishing tisl- SvImi-de
644iollal tiast, anid (11 lrisl aIts will Il
)bSevTed t long as there e youn.
people ol the earth, :ati old people to
y:MIvem eil( AheAwhrewithall to mlake
ieA oarly .1r111ches there. is
salid to have ben nlo unlli 1,6.mit(y in Ilhe
perimd of' observing- thI e nativity.
inl A pril and other's Ink ,I'lnuary. It is
1irgutetd Iat tle birth of (lie Savior
'onl1 no( havv occurred onl the 25-Ah ol',
)ecvIObr, bwniuse 111it is I Ie leiglit of
Ith rai li Season i' J i ldva, Itnld Sh-el
herds (.1ubl handly have bvvnwai h
ing' tlhi flockA by Ilig,,Jf and the
have sethtle nelw. sa risinig over
liOlehelin. (telually, however, t
15th1 of* Dhevvtiber was Svevcted, chivIIy
ror Ohe t44mlowiug revason, it. is sai(.
Thle wiltm. s!tice was retd by
the healen 1at1illits as Ohat point of
tHe ylear af w hich be1!-ils Ilhe renewed
lifev and avtivily of* N.I re I, anId its.
oigwas fclobrated w it'.I grea1
rejo11c O iig. especially : lilg te ho' vils
und hle (,Gvvirmans inl Ohe Noth. At this
season th (44.1-ralls ivld their great
Yutle Iieast, int connniemoat,i ion1 of thie
rehurn of, Ohe fivIry stin whecc), id
they believed that duinlg thw Iwelve
nloih.q., I'eaching-l 11rom1 the 25-th Decem
ber to the (thit .Jluar%, they coul
LIace tI.e pvrsonIl IMovVlteIIts amd
intrthrences ont earth, of* ()dMil,
Berilla anld their other great deities.
Whvil 'hristianliy pwnonva<d these
wild,; it fotund gre'd difficty% Ilk pr
.0ervini- lte worship (W the (Irle re
(.11siils. L.earn'd .w o ushold thmt
when the leistival of 'bristias was
11doptcd, ifs date wa.- nilade h ofM the1111l1
uld ul'eIIet'-n-. To c-r-adient(e these
pliai (l c o til he chrebIi stovet
LIly, anld ori-iit(ed its "Illaiger
sn i , i t I I stis Ie e II. :; I (ols aid
0CeHil'as dralms, which ub 4p i!44 (IIvle I.
w ly deee d ito o Ii ai-ves tlud t 61oo '
les ivaI. llnce also Ivrose Ohe os
tomkof*istt A Irevs ol Chrism4t Itrs,
t1doredi'd with light18 and fillud with
Fi 11 S. l)rilg ille sellih and Aihh
elnivals,Ne pa tly ohls ol: pay new,(it
we Aboudt t he Ririiadays ad
w~hle weekor' morehii was i u t
1eatig and titjoyit.iI. I f ourseiof tiime
P1Cesltival :uld a l'lt boug ise ) chries
ret' t ('1inI its4 otcal a'tspor as aiii
hi us ientio, ltw'lt' as lis'voing~
ioIl baetical ht wil wrhi , stPdill as falI
oil olidayOiiL it'is)everywherle ot
1)erd ved. In the ort i'(litlis ieldini
honor tol Niew Yiea's day,uut bu Othe'
Soten (le opte iono'le ucoired
.1tll('t lin t'ei"sig to h'h rdtons,12 am
[rieal irI (th "Christll w5(iias gs.'
Abod(utf utit the Ra'ilrods, 4'gl
hilas ltsi na oon ihliIle tcondi..
subjela. 11014 lle li I stw h at lulte 1 roif
role a s ) the it uner iheiancialu
iountry (ehavie be oagra .n
runtt downit and. 1everll are 1'in the hand114
Af thh cours mni reivites. Duringl'L
the 4111 pai)ye, o weverli oi o', teyhav
grUeatly improv1 ed andl thi 1 le Commis-.
t'uineJiblieve. Hthat lthe eohin a fairt
thei)14 roas flav(e w'al ieillinl)e to
fonaspeig, aInd.av genly lo I
plied11( wihthe rquiem leni(lts. 11 41
Three ofest hei 11(1adi te outh'S Cart'..
f lin,he 0110hningtone aind Columbfiv,
rud e halole. olmab Si and An--ll
usta, Arliited by1( thaei ebarfers toi
lincertaid ateor hsesayoates and'th
tor arJtifl 4Ies Ceaurmet. OtfUCher
trcon. The Con nissioner recOm--ffl'
mend 0i~.t dofption wol oe nform an
rItson,eante commiesio' nrasde
11id1d tuti ns ertdb egt
The reatsrnmno,l arte Ci the
qloller Boihlaim ire that all the roadg
elould be accurately Iealsured and
posted, with warning board. at cross
ig-S, unl warninIgs of approlu-h should
be given it least lout huitred yards
f'rom Iniy- stwli erossing. Also that
the roads shoild publ-ish their rate
of fi'ight, tIrotgh and local, nid post -%
themnfat dheir depo(s, amd that the
C'oi1m11issio-lier be autlthO'ized to 'ai,L on
flie at forier-genleral aid solicitors for
('(ouniisil :n(, assistance.
A list oftle acideits oecurring in
te past year is giveln. The iosti
riols one, ino. cau1i1g dealt, vas l o
ta. t nelr I.I?idgew%Vay vOn the 18th ot.0
Autgust. Conuniltissioncr Botihimill is
!-alislied witII Oe report ma<he by(V Col. ti
J1. It. Pl'mher as to (fte vallw of this.,
and he sceiems to conlelide that the aeci- fi
dtentt vas one oc' those reinaakable
onvs (hat can)(o be preveni(ed. We o'
rev-ret, exlvreillelyI fhat Colitissionle)rtil
Ili1ti1 should have beenl satisfied l
wvitli tlese '. ex pr)/te Statements. m1
Ch*rges o gross ngligeic were I
Iulle lnby all fthe pa.s;eigers, anid were.
riT (rated by TulE NiEWs AN> HERALD,
an(I yet Conlunissioner Bonham111 never, al
as fihras we knlow, inquired ito the al
fil.; 1'rom any bit. paid ollicials of the
road, who are Imibo d (o say tit tile
Itccidi-nt was uiavoidable. We think b)
thint Cmnlliissionier Buinhamil Shouild 11
have iladile more dili-ent iniuiry than r1
Ie did. C,iun1ulative evidence going
to Show recklessiess iln thiq case, is
i'iid inl the Fhet that. besides this ac- pi
cident. live pesons were killed at dif- I
fltrent times during the year by the
Charlotle Road. There are fourteen
roads in he State, and thirteen per
soils wer killed oi them list ycar. Of
t1hwse onle( roa.t killed live, and the
other thirleen only eight altogethier
Most of the dentihs on otiere' roads
were ot' itoxicated individuals, but
not. so oi the Charlotte Road. Tven
ty-seven failures to connect, five 4I
homividvs ad onle ulpset, ought. to be 9
V1nouighi eIMni11u.l iVc. evidice Ito calse tie h
Commissionier to seek For inform ation p
urther ol' tan at railroad headquar
I ers. In all acidents reported, if of
a svrioui.s naturc, the CoimIissionier o1
should repair to the spot and examinc 1
disinterested witiesses, antd, if ces- L
sary to clicit tie truthi, shlJould insti
itule proceediingS against the roads.
It' lie has not he Opoer to (10 so ul
dvir (X ist ing laws, it should be givei e
Witl this exception we are pleased
with the report. It is not to be ex
peeled ihat. Ile ardiols duties of the h
oflice cotill be Imastered in a single l
year. but we ire coildent that C0om1
uinsitner lBidam hais been zealous M
Sassiduouls. I peIt.iIg fr. A.
Pope 'rom imposin it discriminating
tari 'on tile Wihiniigtoin Road, anld T
in promptly ordering it cessationl of'
what lie believed to be a ViolIatioI of'
the14 elmriteir of' the Char'lotto Rload,
Coliiissioiner lionhamn has giveni
1 rocot'of' thle 'alie of' his office to the
S tate. Wie hope his piowers will he'
still t'urtherci enle'rged tandC defined.
In conciluisionu wve will give a state
inent (ot thie net eaniniigs ofi some of'
(lie mor imp Ililortlanit. r'oads. South
'a rolinal, $:1:h(1,55A1 ; C harulot te, Columi
h in an d A.uguist a, $2:12,t'669; N\orthi
Ea~:ste'rn, $1 :15',3U I ; Air Line, $961,
9 1:1; G~ ireenvi lle anri lue ltidge, $95,..
5i8 I1and Savaninah andc Chairleston.
$27. 120. 'Thie l'ort. lloyal 1lload lost
$1.*8 :1, :nid thle Wilmin tgtoin Rohud
$t;,7-12. Th'lis is a good showing for
lie Charl'ot te Road, whose piroflts
were( ahitost fifty per' (cen. cfith tli
giross receipts, while the South Car'o- ti
lina Itoad clearedC onily about thiirty. C
IinreeC per1 cet'iI. T(his goes to show
whatn we have always sid, thatl ifl 9
i'operly iniinaged, thie Charlotte Road (1
is thle best line in thle Stale. t
-Wh'lo wriote ''A l"ool's Erraind?"',
Ilthuh niot. (quite ) implhortanit a quies
I ion as hat. relauing to the idlentityv of'
,J inius. coint inues to) exercise thle minds
of hOe 5paper1 wriiters8, North and
Sonth l. Whuet.hier G~overnzor Chamber-'
else, it is plCIIy genera'illy concededl a
thant. the aut hot' is not a fool.
Me.s,rs )/4lifors: Please announce Mfr.
J1. Pr'est on CXooer as a edidi(ate for the
D)emocraitic nominat ion for' sherift' at the
comintg election (sub'ject to tho decision
of the~ pirimnary election) and obligo manny
friencuds in the
8oUTnWEsTz iaN ['OfTION OF THlE COUNTY.
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
YOIRKVILI,E, S, C.
TI IE exercises of' the TWVENTY
SIXTH YEAR will begin Feb
rary 5thi, 1880.
TaRilS PEni SEssION 0F1' i oNTuls
For TLuition, Roarding, Lights, '
Fuel and WVashiing - ..-- $100.,00.
Use of Books, Stationery and
uriigeon's fee---- -- ----5.0.
F'or cirucular, containing full information,
aipply to COL. A. COWVARD, *I
dec 20 Principal
MOUNT ZION GRADED SoiIOOL. -
r illHE exorcises of iris School wvill be
.I re'sumed on Monday the 5th of Janu- ~
ary', 1880. PupIls over five and under
sceenteen years living in this~ dis-a
trict, wiill be aiditted free. No noew pu- ~
pils from other districts can be received.
TIhoso already in attendance from other
distr'icts must pay, be'fore re-ent( fing(, to
(1. I, McMastoir, Clerk of the Board, one
do,llar a mointhi for the three highest grades y
and1( fifty cents a month for (lie lowerd
griiades, as an equivalent for the local tax n
1evied in thiis ditict.
G. IT. MeMASTER,
Clerk of thie Board.
P11)i1s desiring to take branches not
psrescr'ibod In the commnon scheool curriou- E
lumi, can (do 8o on payment, in advance, of
$2.50 por monthI, to
- R. MEAN8 DAVIS, Principal.
dec 23-td t
-l50 DEOlREES PIIRE TEST.- n
E recomnend the VBSTA L t
vvOiL as a safe illuminator. It is r
as-olear and white tno water, oonsequentlf a
gives a b,rilliant light, ,vith .very littli i
. E. ELZISON, R., AUCTIOUEER.
TATE OF SOuTH CAROLINA, C
COUNTY OF W[AlriyrN.
COURT OWeCOMMON PLEAS.
rs. Anne V2. Caldwell, Assignee, H
against Joseph C. (aldwell, A. M.C
Lee, Jr.,.rustee, the First National
Bank oftChAti-leston and the Batik of t
Charleston National J3ankiiig Assu
N purstuince ofan order of itle Coiurit
ofrCommlkon loas, ow' (he Coutli1v
Charlesioil, inIade inl the bl.ove shal
I ctse. I wvill oler V'orsil, befi'oe the t
I)tllt Hlouse door. inl Winnlsboro, onl
Iol first Monldav ill .auiarv nlext, 1
ithin 1th) legal hiour's of' sult, 'it ptlb- si
3 outcry, ti) tiet highest bidder, tl, P
llowing-described properts, to wit: J
All 11hat piece, parcel or pltiaition ioU
land, kiowit as "Wood flill," con
hihig Fi(.ir iU'NI>uEi) ACUREs, 111011'
less, situate iii the Counity of 1air
A1d, in the Stat of' South' Caroliia,
i the watters or(rooked Creek and
iy Fork. bounded uorth bv huinds of
A. Calfwell, south by la:ids of' D '.
.C. Mobley anld Johu' INobilev, Sir.,
kst by, lainds o'NI. Ilollis and ). I lull, o
id west by lands of G. I. McMaster v
id J. C. Caldwell. (
'EMS OF SALEB. n1
Ono-th'r.1 of thlii purclhtso money to
% paid in cash, the bIalaniice inl oie and
vo years from day o'sale, the defler
d f)yi6its to beii interest from the
fy of sale, at the rate of seven per
mi1tun pei annum, payable ainually,
id to be secured by the bond of tlie
tIchaser and a mortgage of the S
remtises sold 1 the purchaser to pay the
lierif for all iecessnary papers.
Sheritl'or Fairflield County.
Dee. 15, 1879. 0
dec 17--x311 i
SHERIFF'S SALES. i
3 Y virtuo of sundry oxecntions to me
i directed, I will offer for sale, bef ,re
io court- house door in Winnsboro, on
te first Monday in January next, with- '
I the legal houri of sale, to the highest ti
idd er, for vash, the following-describud U
roperty. to wit: b
Twenty bushels of corn, more or less, I
x hundred pounds of seed cotton, more T
e less, fifty bushel of cotton seed, more d
r less, levied ulpon as the property if '
[organ Latta at thn suit of Maiiton
Ono thousand pounds of seed cotton, i
ore or less, levied upon as the proporty
'Oharles Caldwell and Thomas Adge, c
the suit of Thonis K. Elliott, as As- 'a
gneo of Ladd Bros. W
Fifty busliels of corn, more or less,
wied upon its 0.he property of J. W.
rice, at tho suit of 13. T. Grihlin.
JOHN 13. DAVIS,
SheriPs Office, S. F. C.
'innsboro. S. C
Dec. 19, 1879.
HE STATE OF SOUTH! CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
obort M,. Wallace, Plintjif, agai nt Samnu
el 11. O'lowney. It. 8. D)esportes & Co. TIhiet
National Banik of Chester, South Cario- t
lina, Hopikins, Dwight & Co., 11 W.
Friedgawaldl, Tihe Wininsb -") National c
Bank, of .Winnasboro. Sou*.. Car'olinat, i
George II. McMastcer antd Francis Goriig,
an Assigtnees ot the Winnusboro National I
Bank, of Winnisboro, South Carolina, HI. I
C. Howard, as secretary of the Marylandi
Fertilizing and Manufacturing Comupany, A
John A. Fraser, Henirietta J. Martin, I
Georgo W. 11 itte, Sarah Catheart, Fred.
crick Copes, as TIrustco of AMrs. Sarah
RI. C.apes, William A. Milling, and1(
Gleorgo HI. McMastor and Francis Gorig
as Ansigneos of Samuel It. ulowney,' 1
'O the Defendants;
OU are hereby summoned and re- t
gm. 'red to answer the .bomplint in
tin action, whi ch in tiled in the oiico ot'
iio Clerk of C'ommion Pleas for thet said
ounty, and to nerve ai (cpy ot' youiir an.
werr to tho said comlplait on the sub)
rniber at his office, No. -1. Law
anlge, Winnsboro, S. C.. within twenty
aysn atter thie service hereof, exclusive of
Ic day of such seriviee; and if you tail to
anwer the oomp)laint within 'the time
foresaid, the plaintiff in this action wtill
pply13 to the Court for the relief demand
ii in the compjlauint.
Dated 1st Deccember, 1879.
JNO. J1. NF.IL,
'o the D)efendant Samuel 1B. Clowney':
TAKE notice that the aummons in thins
etion, of which (lie foregoing is a copy,
as filled in thie ollico of (lie Clerkc of the
lourt of Common Pleas, for the County
f Fairtleld, in the State of South Caroli
a. on the 1st day of December, 187'J.
Dated 1st December, 1879.
JNO. J. NEIL,
rlainititf's At torney.
i TTLE SPEEDY
'IRST PREMIUM AWARDEID AT THEF
GEORGIA STATE~ FAIR.
For Cheapness, Simplicity and
)urability this Sholor stands with
ut a rival.
.7PItIcE, ONLY $5.00.
t. S. DESPORTES & 0O.,
Agents, RidgeWay, S. C.
For Sale by
7. G. DESPORTES,
dec 28..8mos Winnsboro, 8. C.
r E undersigned bogs leave to inform
. his customers and the public goner
Ily that he is prepared to give satisfac
on to all who may faver him with their
H. 0. 11UTCIIESON
ill shave you with facility-enutting
yeing and dressing in the latest and
tost approved style, with
J. M. McCALL
I the Champion Barber ShoanShm
oolng Baleon, WVInnpboro,lI .d Sha.
I?m A week in your own town, and no
UUapt tal risked. You can give the
iss a trial wIthout exn,enso. The est 0:
ortunt ever offered fr those willIng
fork. 'ou should try nothing else until ou
me for yourself what you ean do at the bst
eat we offer. No room to explain hero, You
an devote all or time or only your spare
me to the business, and make great pyfor
vor hour that ouwork. WVomen tae as
eas mon. Sedfor speelal private terms
ad partIeuiaa which we mail fe. outfit
rce. Don't n1lin 01 hard ttmes while youa
ill' undrsignel hereby giv. notic
that be Is removed his residerel
'he dweling foruery )tipied by Dr.
iath Simps"on. Of1i'e in Mo reaur of tlhe
irt House, as herotoftre.
it. B. IIANALIAN, M. D.
flv 22- tx112
ITICE FC|ORt FI N A L, D)ISCILk A,,,(G,E.
OTICE, is hevreby (-iven 11hat 1 will'
lipply to the .itiqge ol,l'robate 'or
r-liehdlecounl v oil Thur1sdhiv,,111niary
8. , 8,'t')o a final diselitauge its
aliani ot,'the ECslate ot' Salli e.
i"BECU'A Y. OWVINS,
)ee. 18, V-W'19.
lee 18-t Ix3
(YTICE FIL FINAL V I DISAtARGi.
[OTJ'l( 'lU is hereby -irethat I will
111)1)ly to the 'Jinilge ol,Pro l 1hr
irlitlhl (otunt von oi Satuladv .1.anary
I A. D. 18,80, for a final' diaelme
Afmlilinisi rator otte Cste o' Jas.
JAS.M A. STI'VARIT,
.A (iI initrtorv.
Dec. 17. 1879.
lee 17-x;3t I
DMINISTR A T0R'S NOTIEC E.
LL perenns havin!Z d.11ttnd; neinet
tih kst,te of irs. m1. o L ie
-n1anl will presei the same. S .ul.y n
ted. to the undi-ersi-;ned on or b. fo )r ,.
I day of Jaitn ry. A. 1). I S (, and
iSo indeblied to to the 14tnto will nake
mlediatu pa1yi11nilt to
J&COB F. COLEMAN.
lev20-Oix2" A dinir.
ICE, 100O, FINAL DISCIIAli.
OTICE is heriebv givei that I will
31pply to the Judge of J"r,ai.e of
rilelCounty onl Monwhty, *5th d .Y of
uarY, 1 .8) for afla diihar..o Is
o.tor of the t,ate of An Irew AIe
lvec 6-tlx3 E:<ecultor.
T ic M, FOlR FINAb hISCHII111.
OTICE i i br !hy given that I wil!
S11pply to th ..udg, of Probate of
rfield county for a 1iad di-iarn s
ministrator of tie Pst ite of Ii nry W.
-r, deceamsed, oi T-1 4dav, Jatiwry 0,
0. WA. B. ELKIN,
ec 6-tlx3 Aditr.
This is the simon 1mro article,
zU'd and sold by the United S tates
>vernmnt. The regular "moon
U. G. DESPORTES.
Scuppernong Wine at 81.50 per
llon. Delightful for Xmas.
U. G. DESPORTES.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles,
'idiles and HIarno~.es
Call and1( examlino my stock before
irchraing elsewhere. Satisfaction
U. G. DESPORTES.
E re:-pec full y call thue atitntjin of
I t1( in-bhle Iio ourI r' l*t e
10d1s, muinl r(i- et nu insi.'o ei o themif
f'ore purch,ii:a:.ng i O ur geril ' av 1- .
reful Ily u-e' uece.l. hoiugd I t t 1. i
juces, and( will b-. lda iow' a L -v
n1 be' biought fromn uu: bo! V y wiii ae..
We~ wotulud call the ati--:.3 m~ i..
lies to 011 ourinui ofl Iloak 4.I>re..n :noo,
me.1 Ooods, Hloniery, ete .\ wr.fl prt
n.sortment of*'L Tii an otr N- ek
uds. Laciues, idniugs, Frilings, e. inl
Oar Gets' Goods dep)artmenQt) is com3
eie ini (overy thing
li'n vy goodu1s 8110b as.fe-an<, Ese:
annel1s, 1Itinmesynnuts. i!!nnh1ets1, Re., 'w
lie i ll , lit the~ Iowes~t pricts8.
SHOES! SilOES!! SilOES!!!
Comte and examine our Mihoes beflort
lying. Call and i:eo our1 sItolk, and we
Ii contvine yout thaint we sell goodls as
ceap ats any~I) bod.
4'm We aire agents for J. & P. Coatu'
ool Cotton, and lheldinig Bros. & Cot
>ool Si1k--New York P'rices.
tMcMASTERI, BRICE & CO.
Mince 'Meat, Famous Now Eng,
nd Brand Apple Butter-very fine
-Ginger Preserves, Leo & Perrini's
'orcestershiro Sauce, Bald(1win's
amato Catsup, Cooper's Gela tino,
'ilson's Corned Beef,in 2 lb. Cans.
AT MEAL, PURE AND ,FRESH,
Buck wheat Flour.
A new lot of Cassimueres, Jeans,
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes,
Clothing, Hatmi, White Goods,
omestic Efomespun, Drills, etc.
It wil pay you to call on us. be
'J. F.' McMASTE11 & CO.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, r
COUNTY OF FAItFIM.D. to
Vorge W. Witte, P'aintifl, vs. John 1t. 1s
Martin and Others, Defendtnts. Co
KN pursnance. of an ovder of the Court
Sot'omnioni Pleats, ialo in the above,
itted ease, I will oter for sile. herore the
oLrl 11il1se troor in Wiinsboro, onl the
St M1oiday inl J an uary itext, m ithinA
i legal hmtirs of sitli, at Iblie oulory,
I the highest bidder, the followjg- Il a
m,s-ribed property, to wit, 15,
All ihat vertain tract of land, i
unte, lyinl! andJ bein., in Mi Couity, Co
Faiild.1, in Ile Slate of south ro i
1c. coiltilli,g Tr.l.v H nUNDR E D AND sEVN
F rivI ACit -S. 1or0 o iiteis, a,Ml blled on
Lit north by I,inds recevoly blnmigiii. it)
tate of PeItY, leceseitdwi, ri.owt as the
tIchmiati'm ('reck i aer-' nrow ill posses
n of, I. G. Lj:11ar; on the Cast. by land
117r1hse1 (it, t.e satle of said estate by
A>hn It Cuth-art iid E W. Iltyie; on Fa
le west by ba.ls beloIging to tho (!statte 17t
SSt rothIit r T' id well, d ec41as('I*d, ttd on (t h U
mtl by laiids belongIlg to Salitiel Dix- g
Li; said triat of land being comlinlily '
tiowi ats the "Grahatu Place" of the es
te of Pelly.
TERMS OF SALE
One-third of the purchaso money to be
aid iu cash; for the alaice a Cred it of
t(- and two Years f'rom the (aty of sae,
ith interest from said day, the prchascr
give hisdbnd, secured. by a mortgage
the premises sold, and to pty for all (o
ocessary papers. W. I . y .It* to
C. C. P. 1. C. 1It
Clerk's Oflico. thm
'innsboro, S. C., im
Dec. 12, 1879.
deo 13 td
CLERAJC1sr SALE . Nc
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COX'NTY OF FAIRFIELD.
liZa)eth Wool et al., Plaintiff', vs.
W R. Doulware et al. Defendants. Me
N pursuance of an order of the Court
of CRIlmmon Pleas, madte in tile above
itted case. I will offer for sale, before _
iv coit-honso door inl Winnsoiro, on N
.e first Liindav in January next, withj
I the legal hou'rs of sale, at. pullie out
rY, to the highest bidder, the following. - -
ig described properly. to wit.: Fal
Al that lot, plicc andi parcel of lan( Ad
'ing, being and situate in the confty of Pi11
airfireld, State of South Caroliva, -on -
Lilling ONE IUN!)MJ) AND six'r ACRES,
iore or less, ;nd bounded on th north -
y lands of A. J. Boulwaro and W. R.
oulware, on the east by lands of Edward
iylcr and the estate of R. ). Boulware,
ceeased, on the south by land.e of L.
caiter, and on the west by Broad River.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-half of thn purchase-money to be
aid in cash, and tho balance in one year
oml the day of salo, with intterest from
tid day, payable ainuilly, the purchas
e to gire for such balance a bond
'cured by a iimorgage ol the premises
>ld, and to pay for all n1coss ry papers.
WV. H4. KERR,it"
Clerk's Oflico, C. C. C. P. F. C, G(
*innisboro, S. C., sh
Dec. 12, 187U,
CLERIK'S SA LE.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FNIRFIELD.
[ary A. Lyles, Plaii fiff, vs. John W.
Lyles, as Administrator, and Others, ga
[N imrsuane of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas. made in t he abiove
lated ease, I will offer for salb, before
be court-hiouse door in Winnsboro, on
io first Mlonday in January next, with
the legal honrs of sale, at public out
ry, to I he highest bidder, the following
escribed p)roporti y, t o wit:
All that piece, paruce'l or tract of land1(,
i'ing, being and situate in the county or
'airfield, State of'South f'arolina. con tin..i
ig oNE* nIUNDniED) AND TrwEWirY 'rnaEEn
rCumi, miore' or less, anid biound(ed by
mnds of Susan McMahion, IRelton E. Lyles g
i ah T'ERMS OFSA' E:
One-half of the purichtase-money to bie
aid in ash(an the~ blanceli( ini onel year
mma the day of sale, itih interest froma
111id da, paalo( annuiially, the '-urchiaser
give for such bailance a bond, secured
y' a miorf gage of tihe pren'a1ises * old, .and
> ay for all necessary papers.
W,' hi. KmR R,
('lerk's Ofbic, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Vsinnisboiro, N. (.,
D)ec. 12, 1879h.
doe 12- td
ENew~ Goods of all kimids contfinuauly
i'ivinig at J. Ml. Bleaty & Co.'s, onI
lBuy Not i1os, White Goods, Hlosieryv en
uid Calicoes: at the cornier' store of' J. fli
[. Beaty & Co. ca
JT. MN. Deaf y & Co. arc selling Clot hI
ng, I hats, lini' Suits anid Shoes at Iy
owest cash prtices.
Rememiber' J. MI. 1eaty~ & Co. mako
specialty of' the lBay State Standard
ier'ew Shoes, at the store on the coirner.
A ncestckof' good Latmlldriedl anmd
Tn laundrtliedh Shirt'fs. C ollairs, Neck wear y
be., ait J. M. Beaty' & Co.'s corner21 a
Elegant Cashmer'es, Mlomie Cloths,
Vorsted, Alpaeas, Dr'ess Liings,
3r'inoline(, &c., at J1. M%. Beaty & Co.'s bi
You wiill find Bleached Goods, Sea eh
sland Goods, D)omestics, Tickings, N
(er'seys and1( Jeains at the cor'ncr store S
f J. M. Beaty & Co.
Gr'oeriies of all kinds, Canidy, Crack
rs,~ Tobacco, Cro~ecery WVoodeniware,
lows, Cutlery, Shot, Powder, etc..f
Iways in stock at the corner storo of
r. M. B3eaty & Co.
Fine Sterling Silver, Fancy Silvor
?lated Ware, Rich Walnut Clocka,
TOILET SETS AND VASES,
A fresh assortment of Jewelry in
ariety of style and quality, and
With Patent Safety Burners.
CONNOR & OTgANDLER. fo
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs
suoh as Coughs, Colds.
Tierepii.,tion itliaa.taineii,ii consiequience o
the ,mar eilotis etres it has proiueetI duxiug the
last hArf century, is a imillcient nassirance to the
public 11-mt it wiilI contitte to rentlize the mappicat
results that ent be ch-:irel. In almost every
aection of voitntry there re persons, publicly
kownmm,who hmaveheencm reei 'em fromi nlarming an1t1
evenl (iiftrat . u.f the lungs, by Its use.
All wio have triei it.aumm leige its sueperiority ;
auli wilee its vli lule :e koowI, noo Ine hesitates.
a it) wlat melicit- t emphly to relieve the dis
LrCs an.14 mutierin- ik1ect1i1n to pilhmnary Utrec
tiotts. Citi:tmY 1l iArcro t, 96Waky8 ato)ts in
itt I t1, amit pt: Orjus rapid rures of thtk
utildr U:m el ies o 0ron1himdi disorider, as well as
the inore iormiidbe tie:a.sm s of the Iings.
As a sal'egmtd to chilirent, amitl tho distress
in. diseasei whivh heiet litetThroat anid Chest of
Chigiho.-l, it is intiamble; for, by its timely uise,
muthit-ileii are rwttteud wntl restoretl to health.
This inedlicine gains friends at every trial, as
the vcrvu i is const:titly prolucing are too re
amrtble t l be foritten. No famnily should be
witi!omt it, anid thoso who havo once used it
Eminent Physicians throughout the country
prescribe it, and Clergymen often recommend it
fron their kuowleige of its eVect,s.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and AnalA,tcal Oheuinsta.
301.11 B A I T, nTI'? s - V4VWllhRE.
M AR K
C91ORGE A. CLARK,
100 1R1ADWAY, NEW YORK.
Th distinctive features of this -spool.
erticn are that it ia made ffrom the very
SE A ISL AXD COTTON.
Ii, is finishedl soft as thme cotton frot
wichel it i: s mu; it hes no waxin g o
artilicial finish to deceivo the eyes; it i
thei stron:gest, smoothest aind miost elastic
sowignu thlreadl ini the inarket; for macehino
scewla it loss no e([Ual; it is WOundi on
W HI TE S P OO LS.
The Black is the most
Cveri prodmateed in spooi cotton, bein
lyed by m a ystm tented by ourselves
CTe colors atre d3ead by thte
NEWV ANIL~INE PROCESS
tendering thmem so perfect andm brill iant
that mIren;.-mam:kers ever,) whero use them
inst ead mf 8(owing1 silks.
A G;ol Medal was awardied this4 spool
cot ton at. Pris. h8878, for "great strength''
an id "geniural exceillence" being the high
memi awatrd givemn for spool cotton.
We inviite comnparison and respetfully
ask laies to give it a fair trial aind cont
vimnce the,mtselves of its superiority eve
Tio be had at wholesale andi retail of
J. 0. 110AG.
U ~' . KINA RD,
OPTOSITE the WllEEL~ER HlOUSE,
* M rew -l;-dl t':e irf-r-u sio k of'
- E i L .. a' ;:a, ont U.:*u m.a Col umb ia,
Eit-gan t Cheviot and English ('assimnere
Suits mmalo in tho intost styles. Also, a (
lino line of Soft andl MtifflHats, andi a well
meleolod~ line oif Over Coats, of Fur ]leav
Iers. Ulstr.s. Ker.roys, anmd Metltonms.
Call and Examuinomsy stock before pur
MR. JAMES Rt. KISNNEDY
is with the abovo establishmient, andi
would he0 pleased to see his friends when
in the city.
M. L. KINAIND,
oct 4-3m ' Columbia, S. C.
PRESERVE YOUR OLD BOOKS.
E. R. STOKES,. 4
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTUREE~
H1A8 moved opposite thme city Hall
iJ..where lie is fuilly prepared, with
first-class workmen, to do all,kindi of
work lii his line.
BL ANK BOOKS BULED to any pattern
and bound In any syle desired.
My facilitles and long acquaintalnce.with
the business enablo me to g uarantee
stisfaction on orders for Blank B3ooks,
Railroad Books, and Books for the dao- of'
Clerks of Court, Sheriffs, Probate J*dges,
Masters in Equity, ad ether .couz4 efM.
cials. Pamphlets, Magazipes, alie
Newpaprsand Periodicals 4nd-th'il i
sonable ter ms and Ilt 4 W9nn Of
orders promptly attend~ d'te,
Main street, oposite e Iytt