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TOWN AND COUNTY,
THURSDAY, November' , t: : 1810.
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Winnsboro, S. C.
Administrator's Notice-John Pur
F. F. E. Company-J. E. AeDon
Willoughby Reade Saturday night.
The fire-bell Will be tapperl once to
morrow ulght at a quarter before
seven, as a signal for the Fire Compa
Willoughby Reado, court--house,
Saturday iight. **
Mr. Jno. Johnston has just received
some exceptionally fine rye whiskey,
the age and purlty of which he guaran
tees. It Is certainly a very choice ar
If our young men want to learn how
to 'pop the question, they should go to
thecourt-house Saturday right.*
TilE, P-.zL; DifLLi.-'lio Gordon
Light Infautry have entered for a prize
drill at. the State Fair-. They drilled
oil the College Green oil Tuesday after
noon find presented quite a handrome
PEAnODY SCIIOLARsH1ws.-On the
28th of O*tober Supt. Thompson held
a competitive examination in Colum
bia for scholarships in the Normal
School at Nashville. It was announced
that there would be four scholarships.
The first and seqond places were won
by two gentlemen, teachers, one from
Anderson and the other from Chester
field. The third place was won by
WalterC. Robertson, son of Dr..lob
ertson, of this place," sixteen yors of
age, and"the"fourth by Cloigh Sinims,
of Columbia. Dr. Searssubsequently
directed Supt. Thompson to send on
only three at present. From the cir
cular sent out by Supt. Thompson it is
to be presumed"that there willibe quite
a niumber of scholarships niext year.
The ghost scene in Hamlet wvill be
rendered by Willoughby Reade Satur
day night. * *
THE RAILROAD's BLINDNESS.-A few
days ago Messrs. Doty & Co., of
~Winnsboro, received a consignment of
wagons from a Western factory.
Twenty-six were stoi'ed away ini one
box car. The Charlotte Road charged
fifty-six dollars freight from Columbia,
thirty-five miles. Messrs. Doty & Co.
offered thirty-five dollars, the wvelght
charge of a ear fo'r the distance, but
the Road refused it. Thereupon Mir.
Doty sent some teams to Columbia and
hauled the wagons up, and the road,
which could have made thirty-flye dol
lars for merely hauling the car thirty
five miles, received not a cent. Twen
ty-six Studebaker two-horse wagons
are packed in one car, and yet they do
hot reach the standard of thirty p)ounds
to the cubic foot, and are therefore
light articles. It is pleasing to note
that this hide-bouiii1 policy overreach
ed itself. In the same way the Road
charges so much for transporting live
stock to Columbia, that cattle men al
ways drive their stock to Columbia.
Liberality in business pays sometimes.
We advise all the ladles to go to the
court-house Saturday night and learn
how Mr. and Mrs. Perkins hunted a
house. * *
As Prof. Willoughby Reade will be
here only one night, we advisd every
one in Winnsboro to see -and hear
him. * *
REPORT OF TIlE TOWN CI,ERK.-The
following is the monthly.statement of
the Town Clerk and Treasur3r for
Oct. 1 -To balance.......*150.52
-Oct. 81-To amount received
from taxes......... 118.48
Oct. 81-Pettyv fnes and hi..
Oot. 81-To amount received
for tavern licenses... 837.50
Oct. 2 --By W. B. ilbert,
police, to to 1st Oct. 59.00
Oct 16--F. F?. E. Company.. 8.00
Got 22'-Dave Goings, Lamp
Oc. Lighter ............ 10.00
Oo.25--- Poteet, police, to
Oct. 25.-AbrtimMunroo, Lp.
s ~htr...,..... 10.00
- 11t e.~lt October 40.00
1164, to 1st October 70
Oct. 81-Work on streets and
W~I~hb~ ~ eade the great Ens.
11I1( 'ofhed eenoi onod thollsand
*ennu itle 'nofpl gitiej
Ti DEFAVianio ROAD WOIRKEnS.
The negros remaided to jail by
Trial Justicos Nell and, Robertsor
made an appllcation for discharge be
fore Judge AWckey at Columbia or
Tuesday. The Register says: "Th<
case was brought up by ha beas corplmo
sued ouf by Messrs. W. L. DePass and
T. II. Clarke, of Camden, S. C. Mr
John T. Sloan, Jr., appeared for the
Solicitor of the Sixth Circuit, and rep
resented him in this case. Judgc
Mackey sustained Mr. Sloan in his po
sition (hat he could not review the de
cision of a trial justice as to irregulari
ties on the trial of a clse, by habeas
corptus-but that relief must be sought
through an appeal to a higher court.
ie also held in this case that he would
not sustain an objection that the rights
of the parties had been violated, be
cause they were tried only by a Jury
of six men. It was a case that a trial
justice could try without a jury, and
the so-called jury of six were immate
rial, and that case was unlike the one
upon which he ruled at Lexington.
lie held that when a party is tried be
foro a trial justice and sentence pro
nounced, lie must give bond or go to
jail; that -after beiNg committed the
prisoner had the right to appeal. Ile
refused.to grant the discharge of the
prisoners under the writ of habeas
corpus, and allowed thom to appeal to
the Court of General Sessions for Fair
field oin giving bond in the sum of $25
each, with good suretlos,"
NO PE A )Yk'UND.
What is Necessary to Insure the Contin
ued Prosperity ofthe Flourishing Graded
Schools in Winnsboro.
Tle atten tion of parents living hi
Winnsboro and Township 14 is called
to the subjoined circular from the State
CoLUMB., S. C., October 29, 1879.
-The following extract from a letter
recently received from Dr. Scars, is
published for your information: "The
Peabody Trustees at their late meet
ing decided to discontinue tieir aid to
public schools except in a few extraor
dinary cases, and to use their fund
henceforth for the preparation of
teachers, in order to elovate the charac
ter of the schools. I shall not be able
to give much, if any, to your schools
this year, but. can help in tile educa
tion and training of teachers.
It will be seen, first, that this action
has becin taken by the Board of Trus
tees of the Peabo(ly Fund, and, second,
that Dr. Sears is the judge of what
will be regarded as extraordinary
cases. I shall use cvery efrort to ob
tain, aid for schools in 'this State,'j but
I see little reason to hope that It will
lluii S. Tiro:rsox,
State Supt. Education.
This circular demands innediate at
tention, in order to supply the deficlen
cy caused by the withdrawal of the
Peabody fund. It will be remembered
that during the past year there have
been. in tile towi two flourishing
graded schools, one white and one
colored, each having an average en
rolment of a hundred and seventy-five
or eighty pupils. These were con..
ducted at a cost of about three thous
and dollars, or an average of eighty
flye cents a mlonthl per scholar. A
number of these pupils were froml
other districts, and -a number were
over tile scholastic age. Of tile fund
about fourteen hundred dollars w~ill
come from the two mill tax aind pol11
tax, seven hundred from the local tax
and nine hundred from the Peabody
fund. This last source will be cut oil
next year, and the deficit must be sup
plied ill some way or other, ora reduc
tioni must be made in the size of the
A KISS IN T HE DA.RK.
The Atrocious Conduct of a Married Mani
Out in Nevada.
From the Virginia Cit,y chronicle.
Yesterday afternoon John Meeker
was tried1 before Justice Knox on
chlarges of disturbing the peace and
assault and battery. .The caise grew
out of a disturbance which took p)lace
at a social p)arty at Mr. Adams' house
on Southl F street. It aippe)ared that
the defendant, Meeker, had been invit
ed to a little parity at Adams' house on
Tuesday evenn. lHe attended the
party, taking 111s girl. Adamls, the
comp laining wvitness, testified that
while the frolic was in pro"ress tile
defendant chiarged1 him with Implroper
conduct towvard the young lady lhe
broughlt there, and finally assaulted
him, striking him once in the eye (eye
exhibited to the jury). Attorney for
tile defence-Mr. Adams, did yon not
deport yourself in ant unseemly way
towvad thle young lady? Witness
Not alttgethler. Attorniey-NowV, did
you not hug her? Witness-Yes, by
mnistade. (hie jury look at 0110 al.othl
or ill astonshmnent). Attorner-Please
explain. Witness-I was sitting on
the sofa, alongside.my wife, when sud
denly a gust of wind put out tihe light.
Afte thelight was extinguished I
heard-a noise as if people were 'getting
kissed (sensation), so I thoughlt I'dt
stand In. I grabbed the lady next to
me, thiniking it was mi wife, and
when the lamp was rellglted I found
ii wvas Miss Clark that Ihad hold of.
[Thie laughlter in thle room was check
ed by Constable Metcalf.] A ttorney
Did you kiss- her? Witness (after
some hiesitation)--I don't think I did,
Attorney-Why are you not surel
Witness-Thlere was *so much confe
sion at the--Attorney-Now, don't
you know you did? Witness-I wvon't
swear positively wlether I did or not,
Attorney-If you had b)een sure -It was
your wife wvould you have kissed heri
IIere thie'wtness looked round uneasi
ly for a few seconds and, nlot seeing
his wife in the court-room answvered
with a grhn, "No." Tfdis. caused
another general laugh and the witness
left the stand. Hie was more than as
tonished a moment after .when his wife
was called. She0 swept out from the
back room and took the .stand, witih
her black eyes snapping like a terrier's.
At the sight of her Adams presented a
pitiable appearance and made hhrnseli
as small as possible behind C6uistable
Metcalf. No man In th6 Ooirt rooni
would have chlanged placeg with hin1i
for a thousand dollars, Mrs..Adame
had boon mubpwtn ed for theprsd
410n ther huslland .Iabored undo
kthe beliof thatsh i
not resist tim teiptation, She wit
more thatt mtixious to tostity. "W,
were buvilg a little social party at ou
house last Tuies<hay evening. I wa
sitting beside IIIy husband on tho sofi
when ho asked ine to go icross titi
room and introduce a couple o 1' peopk
that woron't acquainted. I went, an!
just then the light weit out. Sool:
aifter Mis Clark, the gtir that eait
with Meeker, slid over toward my
lisbaid-01hat. m11an1 sneakinlg dowil ha
hiild the constable. 'Tienl I heard 'em
kissing. 1 told 3Meeker that, it was i
putit up job alu he kiocked III%iy hus
band down, I lioughlt Ie did ilsl
right." Miss Lucyv Clark, who live"4
onl Stewal't street., strid that she wau
sitting-noar NHr. Adiaims wheii the ligli
Went out. Everylbody was rushing tc
kiss the girls 'and she0 thought slt
would get up near Mr. Adams for pro
1ectioll, he beillg a i married mIII,
'[Great mlerrilimllnt, inl whdhte cour-I
unnmillitig!y joined.] Dit4rict At torm)y
-Did ie Kiss .oi? Miss Clarlt
(blhshlino)-_-e thllouIlt I vas hi
wvilbe. The Court-Did vouiss him!
back thinkiig he was yumr lusbati
At this sally ot'tle court tle slectaorn
laughed ulproarioisly and it require(
Several mlintites to res;tore order. 1\lIis.
Clarke doolhieil to answerand e(I
Court decided she neod Iiot crimina"Itt
herself. A young I.Ad imed Arm.
strog. i nephiew of Adams, swor<
that, his uncle promised himt a dollai
to blow out. the light wlien he gave it(
signal. Adams swiatelied fth topa
his head as a signal. 1Ie gave tie sig
il jtIst as his 'wife left. him. The juri
Fouid a Verdict of not guilty. Whet
Adams next has occasion to scratch hi
head it is probable that Ie will fi
less hair there than whein ho scratchei
it the last time.
LL persons having claims against the
I Estate of Henry Jacob, deccased, art
hereby notifled to present the same, duil
atteste(, at the offico of Jno. J. Neil, at.
toney at law, No. 4 Law Rango.
Nov. 5. 1879. Aduninistrator.
P". IF. E. CPAY.
31IE regular monthly mecting of thc
FPairilcld Firo En i'ine Company will
be hell in the Town I fall on Friday even.
ing, 7th inst., tit 7 o'clock.
According to a reso I ution passed at thc
last Illeetilng, ho fire ball will be tapped
once at fiftoon minutes before 7 o'clock.
J. E. McDON.\LD,
nov6 - Seertary.
NOTICE TO TRENPASSE8RS.
LL persons are heraby notill ed nol
to hunt or othierwiso trospass on
the place known as the '-Copes ,Place."
Any one so doiig will be dealt With ac
cording to law. L. S1MSO.,
nov 4-f3 Agt.
SEED Barley, Red May and Gal(
Wheat, No. I Ied( R1sl-proof Oats,
raised by myself, D. R. FLENNIN.
WHOLESALE AND IuTAIL
GROCERS AND COMMISSIOE
No 174 Main St. (White Fr
.COLUII[IIA, S. C..
We have Mr. J. S. Gladnov with us. 11
will be glad to see all or his old friends
Give us a call before pu rchasiint else
where. AUGHTRY & MARLTIN.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortmente of Liquorsq in the P ,ro. Oni
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Neetar
1840; Three Barrels of line old Rvo Whis
key: 1r-t, Old Imperial Cabinet WVhiskey
9 years old; 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle,
ditto; 3rd, Rloanoko Riye, the oldest, la
ditto. Corn Whiskey of tile best grad(es
North Carolina Corn, Sweet an d Sour Mash
of the best grades. Also, Wines and- Bran
dies of tho finest branuds. I have also
fine lot of Cigars andl Tobacco which
will dispose of at reasonalo price~s fo
cash only. Give me a call, and I wvill trea
yon right. Philadelphia Lager Beer al
ways on hand from the celebrated firm o
Berger and Engoil. You can find me a
all times at the Bar under the Winnsbor<
Hotel, next doer to D. R. Fleniniken's
Call and see me. J. OLENDINING.
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
With new additions arriving daily
Choice New Orleans Molasses, fine Syrups
Sugars of all grades, Rio and Java Coffee,
green or roasted, Choice Family Flour
Also, agent for the best Flour in the mar.
ket-P'iedmont 'Patent Flour"-it has nc
equal. Cream 'Cheese and Illacaroni,
Crackers and Cakes of all kinds, Soap,
Soda and Starch, Well Buckets, Watei
Buekets, Brooms, Well Rope and Ootton
Rope, Bacon, Bagging and TIies, Lard ii
Barrels, Cans and ucokets, best Sugal
Cured Hams, lRed Riust-Proof Oats. Seed
Rye and Barley, Nails, Axes, Horse and
Mule Shoes, Axle Grease, White WVie and
Cider Vinegar, Smoking and Chewing To,
hveco, liaising, Currants andl Citron,
Canned Goods of all kinds-Salmon
lIardines, Tomatoes, Poaches, Pine A pple
Mixed Pickles, Chow-Chow, Poppe:
Sauce and Mustard.
A fin.e seleQtion of 1)onts .and Shoe
.OHEAP FOR CASH.
CALL AN]) BE CONVINCED.
UNTIL YOU _
-Seen my stock of furnituIro, whiel
niewest, and cheapewst, acecording to
new1upl of Chr1omlos, L'icturo- Fr
Shades, Mirrors, &c. F urni.'uro no
Lumber amd liaths for Baio. I voi
Faf!tory. All order prompt)ly Pitenv
Wilson 'Now Improved Sowing Mac'
HAVE ENLARGED THEIR 3TOCK OJ
AkAing it entirely unnocews-ry for thiei
er-stiers to go outside of Winnisboro foi
ony articto in their Himo They pledkg<
themnielvos to give advantages in regard t<
VARIETY, QUALITY AND PIIICE
Ex(ra finn articlesi which the markel
wNill notjntify in siock, will b procurod
on tdrort niotic.
187 "9. F ALL 1871-9
WIPVf NTRER hI IOS.0
NWE ILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
WVE havo just received a larg<
and wsvll assorted ,stoch of Dr3
Go0ods of ahlcl kns, Notions, If(.
siery, Fanicy Goods, etc., Cassi
mores, Jeans, Kerscys,. Twcods nw'
Satinots. Boots and.3Shcs of al
kinds and at bottom prices.
SPECIAL ATTElION I
Wodn ask antel ~ineco. ofor tle
g'ant .i og as ote of Cl6ihing.or Yot
ey wrile inepidr o troubplod
Onru ls to ofv Sh as comlea t1
Fltanfnes Whtie andc toloed W<rr
mvlloey b.iy giing ustk awill beort
WE OWIL NTD FA RELD
Wth e p et ceiuid ampi afrg
randementsoithe bst House al
Gorolk, of bkind, Nhaloton, tc.
snly5 JmeS w iFyESH LT WA.(8 l1
TERjj~ BTondthe vary becso a
kirnths an at botto kp hem
sPoeFECIL ONTIE cyrydayN s
ses atk an tinmecto f u
antee toil be frephad forf~ trobl
F.ines W.n CoABEI.HT,
Wucashing.o tet fTw
OPOIE CTIZWHEN OHOUWSE
HAl.S rcivead the verygeststko
for tis seasn at il epthmi
str 'EION PICE ey l.,s
Sta myd inther as syll. Alh,e
fnelies oft and Stfime. ada e
rAllm Oytes ersy, and Fiheltona.
alel to xmnom tc befrsadoforopu
VRY AEST Q.UAELNEY
s v4h . thery reo spetly
F. 4 W. IenICIT
ii one o1 hiandsoiest
quality, (.0 beo P) fIIund inl Wnsboro. A
mnos;Wall Pockets, BrIekets, vindov,
aItly repaireld it Imodera.t.1 prices.
.i arent for a Door, Sa.-h and Blind
Jod to. Also, agent for the Wheelor &
bine, and two others.
R. W. PIILLIPS.
A RRIVING E"VERY DAY.
J. 5. BEATY has just returned
from Now York, and we are now re
ceiving a stock of Dry Goods and
Notions, Clothing and Hats, Boots
and Shoes, Groceries, &c., which
was carefully solocted, and bought
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
We ask, not only our customers, but
the whole community, to call and
examine our goods.
J. M. .3EATY & CO.
CERGE A. CLAR ,
4.00 BROADWAY, NFA7 YORK.
The distinctivo features of this spoo01
cotton are that it is mado from t,bo very
SE A LS LA KD COT TON.
It is finished soft asq the cotton from
Iwhichi it is mado; it has no waxing or
3 .artiticial. finish to deceive the eyes; it is
3 the s1r-.ungeit, amootbates and mnost elastic
Twn thread in th e miarket;4or machine
sowing it has nto equal; it is wound on
W 1IiT E sP oO LS.
The Bilack is t.he me a
ever produced in spool cotton, being
dyed by a system patented by ourselves.
Tho colors are dyode( by the
..NEW ANILINE~ PROQESS
rendering thema so perfect and brilliant
that dlress-makers overywhero use themn
instead of Rewing silks.
A Gold Medali was awarded this spool
cotton at Paris. 18h78, for "'great strength''
and "general excellence" being the high
est award given for spooi cottena.
Woe in vi t comiparison and respectfuliily
ask ladies to give it a fair trial and eon
vinca themselves of its superiority ever
To be had at fwholeaale and relail of
ag J. 0. BOQAG.
AvHNS,~ G A. Decmboro8 1878.
A few nights since ig gave my son one dose of
l1ie WormO 011(n the next day lhe Passed 18
large worms. A t, t.ho same time I gave one
dose to my lit,t.le grl, four yeard 01(1, and she
j' passed 86 worms fom 4 to 5 inches long.
-w. P. PJII LIPH.
WVOll3 OiI, for solo by iic7laster & JBrice
Prepar( yDr. EC. S. L'NDoN, Athems, GIa.
01 TO $600ayoar, 01r# to $20 ade3
Tn $your locl. io risk. We.
* q i i well as amen. 1an make mo
thtan the amoutnt. statedl above. - no a'o mOxf1l
to make money fast. Any one can do the wok.
You can igake from 80 40s. to $2 an hour dy(e
vot.itg your evening and spare time tothe
[ business Nhng like it for money makin5
.ever tffIboro. Busies pleasant an
strictl l?ible. Reader,f you want. to
knmow al p i the hest. payn usiness before
thO 1tiihi sed ius your adress and weo will
send yu- lull -particulars and private terms
free; samples orth $6 also free; yo can then
make~ your mind for ourself. Address
Aug l~-EmSTIN & 00., Portland, 3Mo.
YOUwan agood Mint Julep, e
Lemnador any faiy stinmer
drink, call on D I. M tOAL4T and It
will be served to you in the i0s ta4ty
WE havs now opon, and will s-ll as low as any retiable house in town,
our second supply of Fall and Winter Gods.
I caso Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieces other brands of Long Cloth.
1 caso Bomsbroolc Jcini.
75 pieces assortod Jean.,, and Cassimeres.
50 pieces now stylo Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpaciu, Mloliairs, Cashmeres.
blankets, wii1m and colored, Flannels, Linsays, Ginghams, BroNtj
iromospuus, Plaid 11omespuins, Drillings, Osnaburgs, Bed Ticking, Hick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Shawls, Clodks, Boulovard Skirts.
A finl supply of whito aid colored Dress Shirts, Undershirts and
Drawers, Bleaclied. Brown and Colored Half floso.
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats 1 Overcoats ! ! Overcoats ! ! !
For tho ladies we have a nico stock of Undervests, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ruflling, Collars and Cnil's. Ed;ings an Insertions, Ribbons, &c.
fth o "Pinafore," "Juia," "P1rido" and "Boatrice" Corsets.
White Goods, much ,.s Nainsooks, J.eonets, Caml-ics and Lawns.
For ious-keepers, wo have a full lino of Ta 'k, Damask, Doylios,
Towel., Bleached and Brown Shcetings.
Notions in great varioty.
Ladios' ifssos' and Children's Shoes.
MIen's, Youths' .nd 3oys' Boots and f4hos.
Trunks. Valises, Satacliehls, and Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Department can be found overything needful at low
Wo cordially invite an inspection of our stook, fooling assurod that we
call )leasmo. F. ELDER & CO.
OUR NEW DRY lOODS ADERTISEMENT
E bavo just received a now and large supply of DRY
GOODS, consisting of all kinds of Cloaks, from the very cheap.
est to tho very finest.
Ladies' Sacks and Skirts, in great var ety.
25 dozen very fino imported Children's and Misses' Hose.
All kinds of Ladies' and Misses' Merino and Woolon Vests
Boys' and Childron's Morino Skirts-something now.
Ladios' Scarfs, from tho finest to siome at live ents each.
25 picces Black and Brow.n Worsted at ten cents per yard.
10 dozon children's Glovos at five cents a pair.
Ladies' Shoes-a groat variety.
Ladies' Folt Hats-latest styles.
Blankets in great variety.
uvSUGENHETMER & GROESCHEL.
THE ELREPHANT HAR dOM
WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
FALL AFD WINTER GODS,
WINNSBORO DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINERY
We take pleasure in announcing to onr friends and the public. generally
that we are now oponing tlio finest and most completo assortment of Fall
and Winter Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, all the latost
styles of Millinoly, Ladies' Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Trimmings
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHINGs
CROCKERY, TIN and WOODENWARE, LUMBEB, ETC.,
wlhich will be offered at very low prices; as we aro determined to soll cheap.
or than the chcoq. est, and cordially invite nl to call and see for thomselves
I an also agent for the well-known DAVIS, WEED an'l AM1RI AN
SEWING MACHINES. J. 0. .OAG.
THE AU GUSTA STORE
TAVING knocked the bottom out of the old credit and high prieo gy t
JM last fall, I now tako pleasure in stating to the people of Fairfleid c
adjoining counties that I am now prepared to offor goods at MATCHLi4$
PRICES, which my price-list will show. Ido not buy goods on long i
from long-winded h ih-.priced houses, like sompe of my competitors, there
fore can soll at LiVE and LET LIVE PRICES. Compare my pgliav4I
and judge for yourself
Good Calicos 0*e. Canton Flannel
Best Calicos of@ 70. Dress Goods- 8-, 1 4t
Piodmont Shirting 5 c. Eleant Goods0
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