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ADTRAY, N Dvsmber 1. N
TyuIs op THE NEws AND)
--TriAeklV edition, four 411%,
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Winnsboro Publishing Companyl
Winnsboro, S. C.
Sheriff's Sales-Juo. B. Davis, S.
Shaving'saloon--Hutchesoil & Mc.
Cotton sold on Friday at 11.87 sed
11.40. The market firm.
The Gordon Ligit Infantry' had a
fine time In Columbia. They were
,very handsomely treated by their
losts, the Governor's Guard.
The ladies of the Monticello Mission
ary Society will give an entertainment
on Thursday evening, December 4, in
in aid of the objects 'of the organisa
tion. An address will be delivered on
the occasion. The public are respect
fullyiviteA to attend.
Mr. Geo. 11. MeMaster was robbed
-of about slity dollars in Columbia, on
his way to the fair. He thinks his
pocket was picked about the time he
let the cars. Mr. John S. Douglass
was likewise robbed of about one hun
dred dollars, just as he was leaving
TuE STATE AGiCULTuRAL % 01KTT.
-At a meeting of this society, held
on Thursday night in Carolina Hall,
Columbia, the present officers were
re-elected to serve- for the ensuing
term. President Crayton in a few re
marks stated that the officers had done
j all in their power to make the fair a sue
cess. II his opinion the essentials to
success were a display of live stock
and field crops, which was very fine
this year, and the officers were entire
ly satistled with the receipts. A dis
cusslon took place on the subject of
horse racing iii connection with the
fair, and tho propriety 9f permitting
gambling on the grounds. A resolu
tion, by General Iagood, was adopt
e,d, to the effect that hereafter the
racing be carried on under the auspices
of the society. A -esolution by Major
Woodward was'also adopted, to the
efect that hereafter all gambling and
games of chanice be.prohibited within
THE ColU3MnA SEMINAnY,-The
Regite/says: "The DIrectors of the
Presbyterian Theological Seminary
held a meeting in the Seminary libra
brary on last Tuesday night. Rev. W.
E. Bioggs, D. D., ~of Atlanta, was
elected a Director in place of the Rev.
John Douglass,, deceased. A comnmu
nication was reepived from R1ev. Dr.
Plumer, declining to visit the churches
In behalf of the Seminary, not being
able to travel on account of his in
4reasing infirmities. It is hoped that
some of the Adger fbnd, about two
thirds of it, will be saved. The de
fleiency in the icome is still some
where between *350 and .*400 per
month, and the directors will have to
close the Seminary after this term
which ends in May next, unless the
churches come to their assistance and
contribute the funds necessary to car
ry it on and pay off an already exist.
ing debt of *4,000. The directors are
deteriraned not to use any of the en
dowmrent for current expenses, feeling
that as trustees, they are bound not to
do so. We Lrust that the appeal for aid
in behalf of this institution will be
promptly and liberally responded to.
Our people, who .are so ready to con
tribute to charitable purposes, will re
member that this is, a ceause which is
is the vei-y fonndation anid
cornerstone of all charities. .Not onli
all Presbyterians, but all Christiana
and all persons who wish well to the
community and to the State 'at large,
will regret to see the exercises of the~
(GENEltAL GAnY's CANvAss-A few
papers in the State have openly pro
claimed themselves for Gen. Gary as
our next Governor. The Camden
Journal Marion Btar, Beaufort
-Crescent' and G*eorgetown Ttmee all
Sdeclare for Gary, while the Abbeville
JfediUtmand the Charleston Watchman
seem to have a strong leaning in that
direction. Some of these papers
noininate Lamb 'Buist of Chaleston for
the second place. --Mr. Dumnlop, a
Presbyterian clorgymian from Marion,
has been placed on the same ticket for
Superintendent of Education.- This is
about as far as nominations have
Gar and hi. friends are makig a
pove all along the Ifne,
m acuvringfer poition. Starting
thus early they m ing all hei
Aoresandene ytbearon the cam
palgn, and if enas not attained,
the sutt will e a of san
.adjy start an40'
Noot e iee
tuaeu T pla.te i~4
~ A~ hto
8 -want 'o ehtonfi ofio6
icsh as have magnified their
own iited work for the State until
thie Voally think the deserve offio a
"ard. We men 1Are sn
Ituioo and pure In araqter. The self
aeltug demndgogue and blatant boast.
or V4 wisI to see put away fotm' the
councils of 8tate. Men are deMianded
by the times who are bold enough to
do right though the heavens fall, who
are aggtessive enough to make a fair,
honest and concillatoryadministration
of affairs, meting out justice With
impartial hand to all classes and col
ore and parties. Give South Carolina
such rulers, and peace and prosperity
and good feeling will prevail through
out all her bordors.-Carolina Span
Gomenor Cresswell of Michigan,
has appointed Fernando C. Be11nan
United States Senator to fill the
unexpired term of the late Zach Chan
-It being generally conceded that
the readjusters carrio . Yirg'inia by a
small majority, the leaders of that par
tv in Petersburg had a grand torch
light celebration on Friday night.
-The Cincinnati Enquirer fhvors
the nomination of either Potter, and
Hendricks or Hendricks and Potter as
the Democratic presidential ticket elith
er way would carry both New York
-Report has reached Galveston of a
fight occurring a week ago between
Indians and Americans in the vicinity
of the Sierra Majada Mines. - Four
teen Americans were killed. No
names or details are given.
-It is reported from Augusta,
Maine, that the State authorities have,
certificates prepared to send out, giv
Ing seats to seventeen Democratic Son
ator and eighty-flve Repreosntatives,
giving them a majority and a quorum
in case the ltepublicans retire.
-Edward C. Palmer, late President
of the Louisiana Savings Bank, was ar
rested in New Orleans on Tluesday,
charged with embezzling $47,437 of
money belonging to the bank and with
publishing liflso reports and conceal
Ing facts it regard to the condition of
the bank. He was imprisoned it de- i
fault of $10,000 ball. Palmer protests
-Masked thieves visited the resi
deuce of the cashier of the National
Bank at Germantown, Ohio, lastMon
day and made him go with them to
the bank. They obtained - the key of
vault and opened it, but the money
drawer was closed by a time lock, and
proved to be burglar proof. The men
then robbed the cashier of two watch
es, some jewelry and a little money
-Hon. Chas. H1. Voorhies, member
of Congress from the Fifth District of
New Jersey, was arrested on Wednes
day afternoon at Hackensack, on the
charge of abstracting from the First
National Bank of Ilackensack, of
which ie was president, collaterals de
posited to secure a private loan. Afi
davits were made by Cashier Brewer
and -Vice-president DeGroot. Voor
biles was taken before the United States
Commissioner. le was not looked up
but held under surveillance at his own
-The New York Sun has received
offlal returns from fifty of the sixty
counties it the State. A close coin
parisoh between these and the unoffi
cial returns from theo other ten coun
ties inudicates~ that Hioskins, Rlepubli
can, -for lieut-governor, has defeated
Potter by about 1,100 majority. Carr,
Republican, for secretary of State is
elected by nearly the same majority.
Wadsworth, Republican, for com p
troller, will have ant increased majr
tv over Hloskins. Wood and Wen 11l,
Ilepublicans, are also elected as attor
ney-general and treasurer. The ma
jority for Horatio Seymour, Jr., Dem
ocrat, for engineer and surveyor, will
be toward 10,000.
A CLEVER TRIC.-A negro was
halted by a run-down white maui with
a bad kink in his left eye, and asked if
ho intended to visit the fair..
"Yes, sal-Ise gwine up dar at least
fo' times," was the reply.
"Boy, are you up to snuff?" whis
pered the stranger.
"Well, salt, I knows a trick or two."
*"Good-I thought you did. Now
then, Iwant ten cents to get a drink,
and il tell you how you can make
your way through any of the gates
without the least trouble.",
"Wouldn't I be cotched?"
"Not a bit of it. PIll warrant you to
go through without a word, and I
only want ten cenuts for telling you
how. I wouldn't gIve it away - to anty
body but a sharp keen man llik~e you."
"Well, PIll take dat in," said the ne
goas he handed over a dime. "Now,
de, ow kin I pass do gates?"
The white man put his month close
to the other's oar and replied:
"Pay 'em fifty cents I"
It would have been a pretty even
fight, but ant officer came along and
squelched it in the blossom.
REVENGE AFTXR FOUR'hrE YEARs.
-Our tallow-townsman, Mr. Moses
Dencini, in 186 was captured by
some of .Kirk's bushwhackers, and
Rube W. Green, who .had deserted
Ithe Confederate army, was his guard,
While acting in this capacity, Mr.
B3eneini one day asked him for a chow
of tobacco, which was answered by a
gross insult and a jag of the bayonet.
Mr. B.told him he would see him
again. The two never meob since until
last Thursday, when they collided at
Statesville, and Mr.* B. reminded
Green of the incident, in suoh lan
guagea to call for a muscular rejoin
der at tehands of Green, who went
for him witr a chair. Mr. Bencini,
however, rallied and "went for him'"
with a will, "and gave him such a
thrashing that he considers the debt
paid, with interest.-Balisbury HNe.
--Int the November number of the
A*lantio Riobard Grant White, in his
article on soentiflo ciassilloation, sets
forth.oegra truth that is too gnzer
all oeioked. He sas "NotIang
isAded*0.knowleg,nor is any
*ttulus gvnto thougt,by calling
beetles 'clotra,' a fiueof speech
an 'eo *pei, or a word 'an agen
tial.', So much of so-called soionce
coinsists jn mnerely giving a teasned
natn to omm n owl- some
sef gn onti question; eminently
-'at T'hut dyon Wepet*ln
T virtue of an exooutiu .,i mi' di&
. rooted, I will offer f6r 446 Wore
the oeurt-houso door in , bisin
the trat Monday in Decoebeihlbt,
ween the legal hours of sale, to the high.
*at bidder, for eaSh, the follow)ng.id
ioribed personal roperty .tp Witt
Fifty busheo of corn, mozo or less, one
housand pottb& of fodder, hi6io or Tess,'
evied on as the property of A. 0. Book
nan, at the suit of N. . -lobertson.
One bale of cotton, levied upon as the
roperty ot' W. W. Collius, at the suit of
irs. Rebeoa Wilson,
Fifty bushels of corn, more or less, five
aundred pounds of fodder, more (t jem4
nd a small lot of seed cotton. Levied
spon as the property of F. 1. Austin, at
he suit of Mrs. M. A. .Wood ward.
JOHN U. DAVIR,
Sherifrs Oficle, 8. F. 0,
Ninunboto, S. C.,
Nov. 14, 1879.
B Y virtue of sundry executions to me
directed, I will offer for sale, bef ,ro
he court- house door in Winnsboro, on
he first Monday in December next, ith
n the legal hours of oalo, to the highest
idder, the following-described property,
All tbit plantation lying in Fairfiold.
ounty, containiUg ONS HUNDRED AND
ixyzit Ldhxs, more or less, and bounded
yn the north by lands of the Estate of
Wim. J. Shelton, south by lands of Wm.
Kerr, west by lands of Elizabeth Daw.
kins; containing dwelling house and out
buildings. Levied on as the property of
Wm. J. Shelton, at the suit of Mruih
1. Bid and others.
Terms of sale-OASH.
JOHn 11 DAVIS,
.Sheriff,s Office, . F. 0.
Winnsboro S. (J,
nov. 1o, 1879.
At the late residc-noe of Wm. J. Shelton,
m the first Tuesday after sate-day in Do
iomber next, between the legal hours of
I'do, the following-desoribed property, to
'The household and kitchen furniture
>onsisting of beds, bedding, chairs, ta
)les, wardrobes, one wagon, one crossout
law, and other articles Lovied upon as
1eroporty of Wm. J. Shelton, at the suit
JOHN B. DAVIS,
Sheri fr's Office, S. F. 0.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
Nov. 16, 1879.
T HE undersigned begs leave to inform
his customers and the public gener
ally that ho is prepared to give satisfac
Ion to all who may favor him with their
11 . H1UTCH1ESON
will shave ou with facility-outting
dyeing and dressing in the latest and
most approved style, with
J. M. McCALL
at the Champion BarberShop and Sham
pooing Saloon, Winnsboro, S. 0.
ARRIVING EVERY DAY.
14 T. P
N EW and stylish Dress Goodls, Fall
and Winter Prints-selected
Bleachings, Cotton Flannels, BleaoheA
an4:Brt,wn Ladies' and Gents' Under
wear. A specialty in Gents' White Shirts
-laundried and unl aundried. Some
thing stylish and nobby in Gents' s3tiff
NOTIONS? NOTIONS I NOTIONS I
Something handsome in Ladies' Ties.
We would call special attention to ouri
large stock of the celebrated Bay State
Standard Screw Boots anrd Shoes. Gents'
fine and heavy Boots and Shoes, for d1ress
and plantation use. Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Shoes in great variety of same
make. These gosare warranted not to
rip, and we will return the price paid foi
every pair returned to us with wood or
paper in the soles.
Fresh GroCeries arriving daily.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
JUST o,poned a nice lot of Kentucky
Sar raut and Bologna Sausage,
A choice lot of Sugar Cured HIams,
average size 12 lbs., Breakfast Strips,
All kinds of fr-esh groceries airlving
tally. All the favorite brandsi of
Dhewlng and Smoking Tobacco. Give
no a call and got a bargain.
W H. DONLY,
nov 4On the Corner.
PRE SERVE YOUR OLD BOOKS.
E. R. SOKES,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER
Smoved opposite the city Wall
where he is fully prepared, with
rat-class workmen, to do all kinds of
wrork in his line.
BLANK BOOKS RULED) to any pattern
inc bound in any syle desired.
My faellities and long aognaintanee with
he buasones enable age to gurantee
lai$fuetida on oTders for Blani Boo0ks
llalroad Books, and Book. for the use of
)letks olf O~r,Sheriff., Probate yudges,
laster. in~ qit, and oth'.r cottuty ofB.
dials.' Pam ilt,Magazinee Music,
nsaers and erodicals and all kinds
~fu*t abudo th nqt rea
y~$fl i atn t o ~ ~ ~ h e' 1
Seen my stock of furniture, which i
heweat, and cheapest, according to qu
how supply of Chromos, Picturo Frain
Shades, Mirrors, &c. Furniture noatb
Lumber and Laths for salo. I am
Factory. All order promptly attendei
Wilson Nev Improved sowing Machin
FISI AND OYSTA!0,.
TO THE CITIZENS OF WINKS
1ORO AND FAIRFIELD:
I WOULD respectfully announce fo
the public thet I have uiade ample ur
rangements with the best Iouses at.
Norfolk, Sufflbk and Charleston, to
su#pply me with FRESII SALT WA
TER FISH and the very best
for this season. I vill keep them In
stole FRESH ON ICE every day, so
that my customers cin supply theml
selves at any time.
All my Oysters and Fish are guar- a
antecd to be fresh and of the t
VERY BEST QUALITY.
F. W. IIABENIQIIT,
Washingtoit street, R o Town
sept30-Iim _ _
M. L. KINARD, r
OPPOSITE the WHEELE R HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
IAS received the largest stock of
Clothing that has ever been in Coli mbia,
and is solling at
Elegant Cheviot and English Cassiniero
Suits made in the latest Atyles. Also, a
fine line of Soft and ;tiff HatH, and a well
seleoted line of Over Coats, of Fr Boav
ers. Ulaters, Kerseys, aid Meltons.
Call and Examine my stock before pui.
MR. JAMES RI. KENNEDY
is with tho above establishment, and
would be pleased to see his friends when
in the oity.
M. L. KCINARD,.
oct 4-3ni Columibia, 8. C.
JEANS, JEANS, JE1ANS.
Kerseys, C'assimneros, etc. Finest
assortment we have ever had in stock,
for sale at bottom prices. Come and
PRINTS! PRIINTS I! PRINTS i!!
One hundred and flity pieces of choice
8110ES! SHOES I! SHIOES I!! -
A splendid line of Shoes and Boots,
We will sell at
BOT TOM PRICES.
Persons needing anything i this
line will find it to their advantae to
inspect our stock before puirchaing
nv8 J. F. MOMASTER B& CO.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as.
sortmnents of Liquors in the Boro. One
Barrel of Gibson' Celebrated Old Notar
1840; Three Barrels of fieod Whis'.
Iy: 1ati Old Impealaabnehskey,
9 yas old 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle, 9.
dIto 3 rd, ilanokoye, the olddet, 18'
ditto. Corn Whiskey of te best grades'
North CarolIna Corn, Sweet and Sour Mash.
of the best grades. Also, Wines and Bran;~
dies of the finest brands, I have also a
fine lot of Cigars and Tobacco which I
will dispose of at reasonable prics for
cash only. Give me a eall, andl will treat
you right Philadelha Leger Beer alw
ways on hand fromi thelebrated firm of
orer and Engel1. You can find ale at
all tmes at teBar under the Winnsboro
Hotel, next, door to D. - R; Flenniken's.
Call and see me. , OLNDINING. .
JUST flE O3MIVD.
SiEEDBDailey Red Myand Gale t
kWheat, N.1 RIed Rustpof Oate,s
raised by myself, D. B, LIEN -N
A~IR1'Y f; b~ tfl o rclr
s ono of the largert, handonjefit
ality, to bo found in WinnbBoro. A
os, Wall Pockots, Brackota, Window
' repaired at moderato prices.
gont for a Door, Sash and Blind
to. Also, agent for the Wheeler &
u, and two othors.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
Jonir & Clandler
IAVE ENLARGED THEIR STOCK OF
Making it entirely unnecesstry for their
ustomers to go outsido of Winnsboro for
ny articlo in their liDe. They pleigo
honsolvos to givo advantages in regard to
7ARIETY, QUALITY AND PRICE.
.Extra fine articles whicvh Cho m1arkCt
vill notjustify in stock, will bo procured
ai short, notic,
GEdRGE A. CLARK,
[.00 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Tho. dlistinotive features of this spool
otton are that it is made from the very
. .. iSLTAND COT TON.
It is finished soft as the cotton from
vhich it is mado; it has no waxing or
rtilloial finish to deceive the eyes; it is
he ,strongest, smoothest and most elastic
ewing thread in the mairkot; for machine
ocwing it has no equal; it is wound oni
- W II ITE S PO O L .
The Black is the most
3ver produced in spool cotton, being
i yod by ai system patented by ourselves.
Ieli colors are dlyedl by the
NEW ANILINE PROOESS
-endering them so perfect and brilliant
hat dross-makers everywhere use thenm
nstead of sewing silks.
A Gold Medali was awnrdod this spool
~otton at Paris, 1878, for "great strongth''
in "general excellence" being the high
ast award given for spool cotton.
We invite comparison and respectfully
isk ladies to give it a fair trial and con
vince themsolves of its superiority ever
L'o be had at wholesale and retail of
ug 1 -J. 0. BOAG.
WU1GIRY & MRTIM,
.VWHOLESALE ANID RETAIL
kROOERs AND COMMIIssION
No 174 Main St. (V/hite Fr 'a
.C0LUBIBIA, B. C.
We Iava Mr. J. 8. Glaidney with us. lie
vill be glad to see all of his old friends.
Hlve us a call before pu rchasing else
rhore. AUGHITRY & MARLTIN.
sMITH'S WORM OIL
A ATHNss, GA., December 9, 1878.
njhsneIt O d ve ray so n onods
irgo worms. At the sane 'tim I gave one
05 o my ltl 0ll tor years old and she
- *s. PH P
r a b h n
GRhNb DISPLAY OF NEW C00OD!
ECOND new arriva (iis -eaon III Dry Goods, Notionut, Boots, Shiaos
Clothing, Crockery, G'assware, &c., &c., which I ivo bogit clicaper thaln
DIr084 .(b in all the INew aind desirable shades, Cashineres, Crope Clth
and a big drive i Ia rket s Drs ( Gosi at 124o.
An clegant line of' C(-imeres. Jeails, Ied and White Flamie0ls, Blankets
9-1 anid 10- sheet ings, and '. C. Cot ton.
1 1n Atill -elling the I'idlilmt, Factory Goods at. the old price, notw i t
standbng the recent advance.
CALICOFN;! CALICGES!! CALICOES!!! U'ALACOF.S!!1j
Best, brandsi in fluies at 7c.
A very nice line of Cloaks, Shawls. Sacques, &e.
Ued Tickin.gs connnieciig as 1ov as 8e. up to A.C. A. at 20 to 2U.
NOTLONSI NOTONS!! NOTIONS!!1 NOTIONS!!!!
Ani elogant lino at. prices beyonl competition,
,I My Sh oe Department is completo, and purchased at rock bottom pric es, ani
wll he sold very low bor Cash.
Somethli n1'very chep inhi (flisware and Laips.
I respeetl Ally inrite the ludies to ipet mty stock bofore purelhasig elso
Where, anld Comp)jar0.pricCs.
Somethiig tew, inl V11SeR--. big drive.
I invite an inspection of the above goods, which I will sell at live and I
J. 3. DIIMNA1UGH,
LEADER~f OF fLO)W PRlICES,
VE havs now opon, and will sell as low a. any reli(bilc house in town
V our second supply of Full and Wintor Goods.
1 caso Fruit of the Loom Long Cloth..
25 pieces other brands of Long Cloth.
1 caso Bossbrook Jeans.
75 pieces assorted Jeans and Cassimorcs.
50 pieces new stylo Prints.
Dress Goods, Alpaas) Mohairs, Cashmoros.
Blankots, whito and colorod, Flannels, Liisays, Ginghams, lroitj
I1omespnns, Plaid -lomeapuns, Drillings, Osuaburgs, Bud Ticking, Hick
ory Shirting, Cotton Flannels.
Comforts, Hhawls, Cloaks, Boul6vard Skirts.
A full supply of whito and colored Dross Shirts, Undorshirts and'
Drawors, Bleached, Brown and Colored Half foso.
Clothing and Hats.
Overcoats ! Overcoats ! ! Overcoats I I
For the ladics we have a IIico stock of Undervosts, Hosier, GlovoN,
Ruffling, Collars and Cuiffs, Edgings ank Insortions, Ribbons, &c.
The "Pimaforc," "Jula," "Prido" and "Boatrico" Corsets.
Whito Goods, such as Nainsooks, Jaconots, Cambrics and Lawns.
For iouso-.keepors, wo have a full lino of Tablo Damask, Doylios,
Towels, Bleached and Brown Shootings.
Notions in great variety.
Ladies' Missos' and Childron's Shoes.
Men's, Youths' m,d1 Boy' Boots and Shoos.
Trunks, Valises, Satachols, and 'Umbrellas.
In our Grocery Department can bo found overything neodful at low
We cordially invito an inspection of our stook, fooling assured that %v
can please. F, ELDEl & CO.
OUR NE' DRY t*OOSADVRISEM
W E have just receivod a noiv and largo supply of DRY
GOODS, consistiing of all kinds of Cloaks, from the very cheap.
ost to the very finest.
Ladies' Sacks and Skirts, ill great var ety.
25 dozen very fino imported Children's and Misses' Hoso.
All kinds of Ladios' and Misses' Merino and Woolen Vest
Boys' and Children's Morino Shirts- something new.
Ladies' Scarfs, from the finest to somo at five cents each.
25 piccos Black and Brown Worsted at ton cents per yard.
10 dozen children's Gloves at fivo cents a pair.
Ladies' Slioos-a groat variety.
Ladies' Felt Hats-latest styles.
Blankets in,great variety.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL.
THE ELEPHANT HAS COME,
WITH A FR1SH STOCK OF
FALL AD WINTER GOODS
WINNSBOUo DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND MILLINEX
We tako pleasure in atnouncing to onr friends and the publio0he ly
that we are now opening the finest and most complete assorttnont* 6ft
and Winter Goods, including Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, a the tA
styles of Millinery, Ladies' Dress' Goods, Fanef Goods and -in
GROCEUIES, CON iICTIONERIE8, SiroNo, HErATsi o 6
CROOKEIY, TIN and WOODE13NWAOUE LAWE
which will be ofrered at vrylO PWcekao 0: fttl t0mil
arh o f6e o ofa*