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THURSDAY, Ubtinber IS, s 180.
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Planos and Organs-Ludden &
SheritT's Sale-J. B. Davis, S. F. C.
Notice for Final Discharge-J. M.
Final Discharge-RebeccaY. Owins.
Christmas-W. H1. Donly.
WAGONs.-U. G. Desportes & Co.
have just received a car-load of Avery
Wagons, which will be sold at prices
to compete with Columbia. *18-1mo
SBoKE the Celebrated "Monarch or
the South" Cigarq. FIve thousand
just received at F. W. Habonicht's,
W ashington St., near Depot. *tf
Quality and efileny considered, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup is without ex
ception the best cough preparation in
the market. Price 25 cents.
Judge Haskell has assumed active
management of the Charlotte, Colum
bia and Augusta Railroad, and Mr.
Clark, of Baltimore, has entered upon
his duties as superintendent.
Mr. Jno. L. Caldwell, a brother of
Mr. James E. Caldwell, died at Black
stock on Monday, of pneumonia. - Mr.
Caldwell had been living in Mississip
pi, but removed to this State about
two years ago. - He leaves a wife, a
son and many' friends to mourn his
KEsHAw's BnIGADE.-The follow
Ing from the Columnia Reguter will
be of inte'est to many old soldiers in
Fairfield: "In pursuance of a resolu
tion adopted at a meeting of a few of
the survivors of Kershaw's Brigade,
held at Columbia during fair week in
November last, a meeting of. the rep
resentatives of the brigade was held
at Parker's -Hall on .the evening of
December 16. Gen. M. L. Bonham
was called to the chair, and Col. Wm.
Wallace was requested to act as secre
tary. Thme Chair briefly stated the
object of the meeting, and .on motion
of General Kennedy a* committee of
fIve, consisting of General Bonham,
General Conner, Colonel Wallace,
Captains Leapheart and O'Neale, was
appoin ted to arrange for a reunion of
the brigade at Columbia during fair
week-in -Novemiber, 1880, and on mo-.
tion of Colonel McCutchen, General
Bonham was requested to deliver an
address on that occasion. The meet
ing then adjourned.".
TRANSFEnS OF REAL EsTATE.-Sinlce
our last report the following transfers
o1 real Mtate have been entered in the
office of the county aladitor:
John F. Paul to the Trustees of Sldl
lohi Church, one ace in townslup no.
The Winnsboro Building and Loan
Association to Jno. D. Smart, one lot
in Winnsboro; consideration $320.
H. A. Gaillard to Reuben Jones, 144
acres in township no. 8; consideration
Lathyette Robigmeon to Walter ' W.
Coleman and others, 1271 acres in
township no. 2; consideration *888.25.
Joseph W. Haines to Jacob E. Fick,
192 acres in township no. 9; consider
Simon Mitchell to Amos Bird, 25
acres in township no. 8; consideration
*S. W. Rluff, Sheriff, to Sylvia Ford,
68 acres in township no. 7; considera
.James B.McCants to S.W. Ruff, 75
acres in township no. 10; consideration
Mrs. G. C. Lyles to Miss Josephine
N. Ladd, 187 acres in township no. 18;
The Winnsboro Building and Loan
Association to Martha L. McCarley,
180 acres in township no. 2; considera
James A. Grisby to Wmn. IR. Kenne
dy, I of an acre in the town of Ridge
'W*; 'usnile'ration *#0'
thonmas B. Maddena to Mary J. Cumn.
m~nga, 24 acres In township no. 14;
A. F. Rluff and T. E- Cloud to Alex
ander Woodward, 100 acres in town
iship no. 8; consideration 518.00.
SASSAULT In A WatL.--Whl Mr.
.Ai1pe Williams was down in a well
oli.Mr. John K. Coleman's place in
toWn ne day last week, Lloyd loop
er, h a Kennedy, Sam Henry,
the nk theformer sever
a t ini A w s~t was issued by
TriM ,nstioe Lly and tihe trio was
brought uubfr himnon the chlarg'e
o- of t and\ butdy, and found
he o sent to jail for
Ays~8o~-4 o g oyu
MoxoY, December 15, 1879.
The committee on education made
a favorable report on the bill to estab,
lIsh two new school districts In Fair.
The folloWing commucation, from
Mr. Justice Nelver, was road:
SUPni EE COU rOF SoUr CAnOFANA,
COLUMBIA, 16th December, 1879.
To the Honorable President and Mem.
bers of the Senate:
Finding that grave doubts aro enter.
tained by some, whose opinions are
entitled to the highest respect, as to
the power of the present, General As
sem ly to fill the vaoancy in the office
of Associate 'Justice of the Supreme
Court which would be occasioned by
my accoinance of the office of Chief
Justice upon the expiration of the
teri for which the present incumbent
has been elected, I feel compelled by
a sense of duty to decline to accept the
ofee of Chief Justice to which, by
your kindness, I have been elected. 1
am not willing, for the sake of mere
personal advancement, to take any
step by which the slightest doubt may
be thrown upon the legalikty of the
composition of the Supreme Court or
that the interest of the State should be,
in the slightest degree, imperilled by a
failure to complete tle organization of
that tribunal promptly in such manner
as is tought to be the best calculated
to secure the welfare of tihe State.
Permit mne to assure you, gentlemen,
of my very high appreciation ot the
honor you have done me, and to tell.
der you my profoundest thanks for
such a distinguished mark of confl
I have the honor to be,
Your obedient servant,
After some debate, the communica
tion was received as information and
ordered to be spread upon the journal.
A large number of bills and resolu
tions were then pased-none of them
of general interest.
A concurrent resolution was adopt
ed, that the two houses meet in joint
assembly at 1, p. M., on the 18th inst.,
to elect a Chief Justice.
HOUSE OF REPnESENTATIVES.
The resignation of Gen. Sami. Mc
Gowan, as a member from Abbeville,
was received and accepted.
The bill to impose a special tax upon
intoxicating liquors (the bell-punch
law) was defeated by a large majority.
The bill to facilitalte the completion
of the Blue Ridge Railroad was taken
up for a second reading and, after
considerable debate, the enacting
clause was stricken out.
The bill to incorporate the Colum
bia aid Lexington Water Power Com
pany was amended and passed to a
The bill to provide artificial legs for
soldiers of the State maimed in the
late war was passed to a third reading.
The appropriation bill was discussed
up to the hour of adjournment.
TUESDAY, December 16, 1879.
The bill to create a State Depart
ment of Agriculture came up on its
second reading, and, after some debate,
was passed to a third reading.
A large number of bills received
their third reading-all the, important
ones of which have already been no
The bill to prohibit the running of
freight trains, and to regulate the
running, of passenger trains, on Sun
day wvas taken up, and discussed
Mr. Counts introduced a bill .to
abolish the office of Railroad Commis
The bill to extend the time to re
deem forfeited lands was read a third
A number of private bills were
passed to a third reading.
HOUsE OF REPRlESENTATEs..
The bill to amend an act to provide:
for drainage in Anderson and Beau
fort was amended by adding Fairfield,
Chester, Union, Greenville, Oconce,
Laurenis and po~rtions -of Abbeville
counties, and thme bill was thesiila'ased
to a third reading.
A bill to repeal an act entitled "An
Act to alter and amend the law in
relation to elections," approved March
22, 1878, was read tile second time and
ordered to be engrossed for a third
reading. (This bill repeals the two
A large number of bills passed their
second reading, among, them the fol
lowing: A bill to incorporate the
town of liythewood.
The bill to appoint an additional
trial justice for F airfild county 'was
laid on the table.
The appropriation bill was taken up,
and after sundry amendments passed
to a third reading.
Mince Meat, Famous New Eng,
land Brand A pple Butter-very Aine
--Ginger Preserves, Lee & Perrin's
Woreestershire Sauce, Baldwin's
Tomato Catsup, Coopea Gelatine,
Wilson's Corned Beefin i lb. (jans.
OAT ME3AL, PUBE AND FRESH.
A new lot of Cassimneros, -Jeans,
Ladles' and Gents' Shoes.
Clothing, Hats, White Goods,
Doinestic MIonespun, Drills, etc..
Itwill pay you to call on.us be
J. r. McMASTEIB & 00.
eO~'eear o to a$
ZIOTICE FOR FINAL DISCHARGI.
N OTICE is hereby given that I will
apply to the Judge of Probate for
Fairfield county on Thursday, January
15, A. D. 1880, tbr a ikial discharge as
Guardian of the Estate of Sallie E,
REBECCA Y. OWINS,
Dee, 18, 1879. Guardian.
NOTIOE Fol1 FINAL D1lik.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
apply to the Juidge of Probate for
Fairfleld County on Saturday January
17th A. D. 1880, for a final discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of jais.
S. Stewart deceased.
Dec. 17. 1879, Admhnstrator,
dee 17-x3t l
CHIRI STM AS
And I am preparod to sell you all
the nice things you want for the Holi
days, such as Apples Oranges, Cocoa
nuts, Citron, Pressed Figs, Currants,
Ralsins In Boxes, half and quarters.
Almonds, Walnuts, Pecans, Brazils,
French Mixed, Cocoanut, Strips,
Wilson's Corned Beef, Salmon and
Sardines, Lobsters, and Oysters, Pine
Apple and Peaches, Potted Meats of
Sky Rockets, Cannon Crackers,
Roman Candles, Torpedoes, etc.
Give me a call.
W H. DONLY,
doe 18 On the Corner.
A FINE assortment of LIquors, con
slating of Corn and Rye Whis
keys, several grades, Old French
Brandy, Rum, Wines of all sorts,
Chau)pagne, etc., etc.
Those Liquors will be found of the
best and purest made, and will come
fully up to both recommendation and
Just In Store a Fine and Well As
sorted Supply of Segars, which cannot
be Surpassed any where in the Borough.
EGGS FOR CHRISTMAS I
A large lot of Eggs, .nice and fresh,
for the Christmas Holidays.
JNO. D. McCARLEY.
IJIGHT Barrels, New Crop New
1.J Orleans Molasses.
A Fine Lot of Sugars-all grades.
Jackson's Best Family Flour.
Consisting in part of Mule and
NIorse Shoes, Nails, Trace Chains,
Red Rust Proof Oats, Fresh
Oheese and Macaroni, Raisins, Cur.
rants and Citron, CHEAP r01a
D. I. PLE NN I KExNs.
JUST AlRBIVBD one of the finest as'
sortment'. of Liqjuors in the Dore. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Nepir.
1840; Three Barrel. of fine old RBye Wis
key: let, Old ImpeRIal (Jabinet Whiskey
dit. rn nhso the ai flele
deeofbOlngrandsNoIho we I
wilisnose of! at reasonab~le pricesfo
esah only. Giveme al I ~lwil ra
yo Wigt hladelBeaL er e
ways on hand from tes o~b afrm of
Da d see me. . I DG.
FIRE. INURANCF, AGZNCY
JAMYES W. JALW.
70 tAe Publia.
Why not isure your property ? Seo
the cost of a per diom exponso:
Daily cos6 of insuring, $1,000 at 3 -per
cent per annum Is only 81 cents.
At 21 per cent. per annum is only 1
At 1 per cent. per aun um is only 4 a.
At 1 per cent. per Mnnum is only 21
At per cent. per annum is only 9o.
At por cent for 3 years is only 1.88 .
At ij per cent. for 8 years is on iy 1.35 o.
At 1 per onit. for 6 years ieonly 0.88 e.
At 2 per cent. for 5 years is only 1.1 .
Dwellings in town or country, detaoh
ed, insurable at the following rates, viz.:
For one year t por cent.
For three years I14 per cent.
For five years :1 per cent.
Barns and oontgnts, gin houses, baled
cotton, store housos, merchandise, mills
and churches insurable at adequate rates.
I repreaen~t only the very best compa
nies of long experience and well establish.
JAMES W. LAW,
N Go 1)
W E respeotfully call the attention of
the public to our new lot of
Goods, and request an inspecltion of them
before purchasing. Our goods have been<
carefully selected, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can be bought from anybody anywhere.
We would call the attention of the
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very prot
ty assortment of Ties and other Nook
Goods. Laces, Edgintgs, Frillings, etc. in
Our Gents' Goods department is com
plete in every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kerseys,
Flannels, Homespuns, Blankets, &e., we
are full up, at the lowest prices.
SHOES I S1OES!! SHOES!!!
Come and examine our Shoes before
bu ing. Call and see our stock, and we
wi convince you that we sell goods as I
cheap as anybody.
P& We are agents for J. & P. CoAts'
Spool Cotton. and Belding Bros. & Co.'s f
Spool Silk-Now York Prices.
McMASTER, BRICE & CO,
M. L. KINARD,
OPPOSITE th6WA )EF ERt1IOUSE,
HA8 received the largest stock of
Clothing that has ever been in Columbia,
and is aclliung a
Elegant Cheviot and En lish Casslmero
Suits made In the latest stles. Also, a
fine line of Soft and Stiff Hats, and a well
selected line of Over Coats, of Fur Beav
ers, Ulsters, Kersoys, an~d Melton,.
Call and Examine my stock before pur
MR. JAMES iR. KENNEDY
is with the above estalishment, and
would be pleased to see lls friends when
in the city.
M. L. KINARID,
cot 4-3m Culumbia, 5. 0.
Pine Sterling Silver, Fancy Silver
Plated Ware, Rich Walnut Clocks,
TOILET 8ES AND VASES.
A fresh assortmient of Jewelry in
variety of style and quality, and
With Patent Safety Burners.
CONNOR A ORANDLEft,
tie to aft & r, him wi&,ei
If. 0. HUTCHESO0N
Pianos and' Organs
DIMRT TO PURQHASERS I
Every Man His Own Agont,
LUDDEN & BATES'
)RAND INTRODUCTION SALE.
five thousand super) Instrunents from tel
,nading Inanuflacturers to be pJlaced in repre
'entatIYO HoUthelrn homes at factory rates for
utroduction and ad vert.-sement. Stile inaugu
ated Noy. 1, 168. and proving steh tn tin
nonse success, will be continued until Nov. I
880. Tie only sale of the kilnd '!vr successfully
arrIetl out II America. Dou'. miss tits chaice
o joIn a gigantic club of lIve thousand piir
'hasers, each or whom secuIres an Instruuent
kt matnutactilror's wholesale raes.
[NFORMATION TO PURCHIASERIS.
Don't mnke tht mistake of slpposing un to IM
nerely "local agents, selling o coinrnls.lson."
Udlerstand and don'tforget it, t hat rN of tIe
argest maniufctLurers in AlAerIca tIcluding
hichoring & Sons, Mason & Hiamlin.
Ilallet & Davis. Guild & Church.
athushek Piano Co. Poloubet & 14lton,
3outhorn Gem Co. Sterling Organ Co.
inve appointed us their Southern Wholesale
kgents and given us exclusive control of their
nstruments for lihe South. Those manufactr*
)rs supply 48, under speooal ontract, with t-liotis
knds of Instruments yearly at only a minIlt pmr
'4ng. over prime coat of namufacture. All atlyan
Wpgev gained by our- direct, connetJon wit-h
nanufacturers and our immenso purchases ve
rive directly to purchasers oluder our
TEW PLAN OF SELLING.
No Agents I No. CommissIons I Instrilments
ihipped from factory direct to ptirchasers, ani
oil middle men's proits saved. Every man his
own agent and entitled to aigent'a rates. Tie
inly house South selling on thIs n0w plan.
u.ing from us is pralctically buying from the
1ufacturers, and our prices .are as low as
nau faoturers ever give, See these special
1125 7 Oct. Rosewood 9 Stops. liandsomo
larved legs. Cata- WaluutIcle, with oid
ogue price, $695. ornamentation, 057.
B155 7%j Oct. Hose- 18 Stops. Three sets
vood, large size, Cary- of reeds, large size, ex
id Legs, Serpentine tended top Etagere case
?lInth. Cat. price $600. of rich design, 671;
1227 7U Oct. Square 18 Stops. Three sets
brand, extra I a r g e reed., superb Mfirv"
Ize and magniiceat- I Top French Walut.
y ornamented case. Burl Inlaid and Gold
)atalogue price, $10o Ornamented Case, $8,
All guaranteed Instruments from reliable
nakers. Sold under sfx years pirarantee. Shipped
lirect, from factory or from Savannah, if pre
erred. For ten dollars extra on a piano or four
ollars on an organ, we assume freight, to any
1. It depot or steamer landing South. Senton
5 days test trial, we pay freight both ways If
lot sal.sractory. Order and test in )our own
momo. Severest, testa of competent muscanlels
nvited, Purchasers choice trom ten leading
nakers and two hundred dilyorent, styles. Xpte
fat rates to 2eachers, Scrhools, Churches and P40
ore. Send for Introduction Sale Circular giving
ull Information. Address
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
H OL I DA YS.
Otard, Dupuy & Co.'s Cognac, Old
JTanaica Rumn, Old Goldent Sherry
Wine, Pure Holland Gin.
Nathan's 1868 Cabinetflye Whiskey.
The Pure 01ld Saratogja Rye WVhiskey.
The Gibsoit & Co.'s XXXX Rye
The Dave Jones Kentucky BourbonW
The Harper Kentucky Rye Whiskeyt
Old North Carolina (Jorn Whiiskey.
Old New England Rum.
Besat Juniper Berry Gill.
Old Black berry Brandy.
Pure Juice California Port Wine.
Clear Old Ginger Brandy.
Old North Carolina Apple Brandy.
Pure Virginia A pe Brandv.
North Carolila Peach Bran'dy.
Sweet Apple Cider.
Pure Crab A pple Cider.
A good assortment of Plantation
Blaokwefl's Genuine Smoking To
Fiye Grades Good Chewing Tobac
TEN THOUSAND CIGARS
Of Best Make.
The above goods are warranted as
represented, and guaranteed to suit
FOR BALEU LOW FOR OASU
By F. W. UABENICHT,
Rear Town Hall,iaear Passenger Depot.
dk~Awok 8y~ twn
Seen my stockj;no riibilwro, ic
newest, and cheapest, according to
new supply of Chroios, 'iture Fr
Shades; Mirrors, &e. Furni turo ie
Lumber and Laths for sale. I ar
Factory. All order promptly otten<
Wilson Now Improved Sowing Maiel
in workmanship is egnal to a Chron
ed am a first-class- Piano. It receive
and Centennial Expositiors. IT SE
other machines. Its capacity is unli
MACHINES sold in the Uniited Stat
others. The WILSON MENDING
of repairing WVIT HOUT PATCHIN
WELS} VESN N SW
and Aen TnIA AxosTi .11
othE. GEh WI.O OLADIN,
AG~EN LE AGENT.
40W AfDWY NE YR.
4.00 BtroAge , ot eWtan mOstRlati
son itisnov ea;tres oundi soo
cThc e hatk is e o h v
JETA BSL ACTON
over iprodniced inf aspthl cotton, front
dyieh by ia ytm pa~; teh~nte by~i1 ourev
Tificialorish d ceiby the ys ti
ttronetng thootperfet and mortllai
thaiti drea-makir te rkwe;fr usechien
seint haf noting sitis (e
The "gackras eclncbigthe high.
ever pwrodd in rspool co~ton en
dWe inviste opaisntad byapectfully
arkending theta o itafairtra an d co~in.
inteahemof lvosiof sissprgiyoo
A olcl ers.aade tisso
To badite hoparso and reinie~tful
3 .0O. J3OAG.
FULL STOCKC of the choiccat ani
miost varied assortment of tGood
for the Holidays.
We invite the public's attentioi
particultly to our
50 CENTS KID GLOVES.
Those aro extra cheap and worti
Ladies Silk'Scarfs and Tien, Ladlei
Handkerchiefs ig Boxes at the vow
hi o of tho larget, handsomest
anali. to bo found in Winnsboro. A
rmes, Wall Pockots, Brachets, Window
Ltly repzaird at moderate prices.
ngent for a Door, Saph and Blind
lod to. Also, agent for the Wholc.
ino, and two ot-hors.
It. W. PHILLIPS.
HNSON, LARK&a o.
-imotor Watch, and as elegantly ilnish-.
I the highest awarls at the Viennm
WS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than
mited. There aro more WILSON
es thani tho Comnbine(I sailes of all the
ATTACHIMENT, for doing all kinds
G, given FREE with each machine.
7-NG IMHINE c0.
L .,U. 8. A,
Tnis standard article is compound
ed with the greatest care.
Its effects a as wondernfll and as
satisfactory as over.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
Iti removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head ta
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it-restored
the, capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has ben
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes,'M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, "The eon
Btltuents are pure, and carefilly se.
lected for excellent quality ; and I
cona1ler it the BEsT PREranATZott
for its intended purposes.
Price, One DollI.w'
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant precparation may~be
relied on to change the color of the.
beard n'om gray or any other undeii. ~
able-shade, to brown or black, at dis-.
crotion., It is easily applied, being i
one preparation, and quicktlyt and of.
feetually produces a permnanent Oolor',
which will neither rub nor wanh offq
Nanpfactured by B.' P. HtALLt & QO.
belt bg alU DragtsUanA Status 1* U.41tise