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TOWN AND COUNTY
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Winnsboro, S. C.
Notice to Creditors-W. H-. Kerr,
C. C. C. P. F. C.
Notice-Matthews & Co.
Cotton sold yesterday at 111 cents.
There-was considerable changing of
houses on the First.
Messrs. R. S. Desportos and R. 11.
Edmunds, Jr., under the fliin nme of
)esportes & Edmunds, have opened a
large dry goods store in Columbia,
ncar Wright's Hotel.
SMOKE the Celebrated "Monarch or
the South" Cigarq. Five thousand
just received at F. W. HaIbenichit's,
Washington St., near Depot. *tr
Mr. A. A. Morris, who has kept a
good hotel in Winnsboro for several
years past, has retired from that busi
ness and removed with his family to
Itiegeway, where he will open a photo
graph gallery. le will also visit
Winnsboro from time to time, prepared
to take, in first-class style, the pictures
of all who may call upon him.
WAGONs.-U. G. Des portes , Co
have Just received a car-load of Avery
Wagons, which will be sold at prices
to compete with Columbia. *18-1mo
A LaM' YEAR PARTr.-The young
ladies of Winnsb)oro gave a Leap Year
Party at the residence of Mrs. Rac
MeMaster on Thursda y night, to which
their gentleman friends were honored
'with invitations. The party was con
ducted in the usual style. Each young
lady escorted the gentleman of her
choice to the party, and there paid him
the attentions of which she herself had
been accustomed to b the recipidut.
The pleasure s of the eveninga were
continued to a late Dour, and every
body had a delightfol time.
Thude Whu.a vobcertin ws ueness
andrg H.it icsdeicnimously usca
loessrs.it Tractons Dr N ule,'s
vTr NAower, Ad A the n-t
guarateetigo the isetyckhodr any
theiinnsoro oNaionagl Bakhel con
tthe vtrst oftat the citywng-naedc
tiron ws accrdunyhelulsy Wedese
faveor of the Buaante, name4y oppoess
* sbW.ty a. Roetoue lmJhstedb h onct
Jaes etGogeH catr
sames i. glai-bal A.sot. Dogas Jads
SA. Br. J. W. FMentken ThD
- Festpe and Mro. J.. oben t
-ssed.ue folloing is the sore-r
Judg W. R.oowartson.was.unan.
Gerg N. Cterr.unanimously.re
Messr. Thopson i'Nagle..the
arisin fromloer.oa... The.coun
To he vots o Ci a an alec
muon wase thardngl oWdhels ednes-W
day. eavreulto oas a fullwscIn
favore of tgarian th, 1024; oppoedr
6.ntotte ciey wim ll setoe respon
sibty, as rqeted bthe contrac
hting Club ~adr anoiIl~the traleo
day. Mr. J.~ W.oMcantswn the<o
second. The foloin ist the se
the mximu beig 10
Ans wos werd o'tained-fr am represen
tatives from the dilerent couties,' ai
they all seak cheerfully of the outlook,
Representative 11. A. Gaillard,ofkair.
field, speaks as follows: "'Tihe ma.
terial prospects of the State, at least so
far as relates to the county of Fair
field, are, ats compaled with other anid
recent years, very cicou raginag. My
coiclusion is based on these facts: 1.
The condition of the State is one of
perlfct. repose and rest, and also, I
think, of a diminution of crime, and
this is fivorable to material insprove
ment. 2. Tle State will carry to the
next year a lam gelr suirplus of profit
from tihe last crop thtan for many years
past. This is (lte to a diflierence in
price of this cotton crop, . which, re
garding quality anld quotation, is
equivalent to $1.5 per bale and will ag
gregate for the county of Fairfld not
less thia $260,000, while tle expense
has beei largely reduced by better
methods and greater economy. 3.
There is a greater disposition than I
have before observed to diversify in
dustries and to make our farming self
sustaining. 4. With the above men
tioned favorable conditions and a flue
soil an(d climate, iniprowvnemnt must be
GRANT IN COLUMBIA.
How the Ex-Presldent was Received at tho
Capit al of South Carolina.
]Froin thit Columbia Herister.]
During the forenoon of Wedncsday
it, was alIoullced that General Grant
and party were. going to pass through
the city oil the Cha riotte, Coliuiia
and Augusta tairoad about haif-past
4, 1). in. A short time before the ap
pointed hour, the Alayor and Alder
me0n of the City, accompanidc by Chief
Justice Willarid, proceeded to the de
dopot to illeet hiin. Quite a large
niumnber o 'persons were already as
sMIbled at the( depot, and by the time
tihe train ar.ived the crowdi nunbered
about one thousand, more or less.
Most -of them were colored people,
comparatively few whites being pres
ent. The first lace we recognized on
board the traini as it came up was that
ex-J udge It. B. Carpenter, who got
onf and remained in that cit-y. As
soon its the 'train stopped, Mayor
Stanley and party went aboard, Gen
eral Grant meeting them at the
door. Mayor Stanley addressed tile
ex-President and said that lie was
present Oil the part of tile municipal
nut hlorities to welcome him to tile city.
General Grant expressed his regrets
that his tiime was so limited as to pre
Vent his stopping lmore thal a fow
minutes. Judige Mackey, who was on
the train, Ca Ieorward and introduced
the Coluibialns to General Grant, who
invited thei inl and introduced them
to tihe hiies of the party. After a few
Ilomlell is of pleasanit couversat ion, the
train iovet oil towards Augusta,
Gencral Grant ap pearing on the plat
form a second time just before it
started, shaking halds with some of
those near hint and bowing to tile
crowd. lie dil not make any speech
nor say anything, except ill a conver
sational way to those immediatelv
arounid himi. Mayitor Stallley and Al
dermen~l Ehrlich, LILavis anmd Lowvrance
accompjanlied thelim as far as the Julie
Tihe rcepItioni ol' thie ex-President
wvas very quiet iand orderly, tihe color
ed people displayinig Sonic clathusiasmn
and1( a good dleal of curiosity to see him.
Just before the traini Camle ii hogan to
rain slight ly, but the showecr ceased be
fore it arrived. Tihe car on1 which the
Gcuieral's party traveled wa'ls the cele
brated coach of Thlomlas Scott, Presi
(dent of the Pennsv Ivania RtailIroad
Coumpamny. The pa'rty consis ted of
General and Mrs. Grant, General and
Airs. Sheridanl, Cohlnel anld MIs.
Grant, Miss Kitty Felt, of Ga!euna, antd
iByroni Andrews of the Chicago Inter
ThIIRD TERM INDICATIONS.
The Latest Discoverios of an Observer Who
Dovotes his Wholo Time to the Subject.
Mr. Charles Nordhiof, the able Wash
inlg corresponidenit of tile New York
11eral, may be properly regarded as
the cief of the Third Term Signal Ser
vie Bureau. He is a sort of Old
Probabilities conicernling everything
relating to tihe Grant boom. Hius spy
glass knows n10 rest. Every speck on
the third term horizont is detcet id,
overhlauled anld exalmined. Mr. N4ord
hoff's latest report is sub-divided inito
flye parts, thus:
1. Secretary Shmerman is an umncom
p~romising opponent of the third termn,
and will bie a candlidato against Grant
or anybody else.
-2. Blaineu and his friends in the WVest
and Northiwest are against tihe third
term, and are particularly hostile to
Grant and his presenit supporters, be
cause of tile badt treatmenit Blaine ex
perienced at their hands in Cincinnati
8. President Hayes is hostile to the
third term, and favors Sherma'n..
4. The selection of D)on Camneronm as
chairmaal of the Nationai Comnmittee
ouighit not to be regarded as a Granti
success, because it was bronght aboul
only by a coalition of the Grant and
Shermnan forces' in order to snub~
5. Grant Is regarded as a weak can
didate, bymany influential Riepubli
cans, and they will not consent to his
6. Tme galleries of the Conventioli
will be kept free from the "packing'
contemplated by the third-termers.
7. Grant is not only willing to be a
candidate, but has set his heart up'on a
r'enomilion), amid during his Southeoril
tour tihe Grant - arty in that sectiorl
will be thorougly organized.
The foregoing istihe very latest fron1
time chief of thoPresidentlal SignalSer.
vice Bureau, and it is generall Adanit.
ted that it is morn accurate than steli
reports usumally are.'
'NOTICE TO OREDiTORS,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OFl PAIhtFIILD.
IN THE COMMON 1PLEA5.
John L~. Blaek, Adlmr. oft tstate of M'ur
tha Kt. Blaok DecOae, .N.Asn
Bllack, et at. I utm
DURUANT~ to an order of~ourt; madt
ai the aibove-statedl cause, all oredi
tore hoihglime aainst time Estate o~
deceased, are re
r grafdtr t rarnet.
R T' K. ELLIOTT bai thi-s day
. day withdrawn from the thim of
Matthews & Co. Tho undersigned will
cont'nue the Grootry biusinos under the
samo name and stylt as heretofor'
JNO. P. MATTH RMb, Jn.,
J. H1. CUMMING8.
Winnsboro, S. C., Jan. 1, 1880.
N the first day of January next, the
undersigned will removo 1i stock
of )rugs and Medicines into the Robert
son building, o the east sido of Main
street, one door mouth of tho residence of
T. Ulerdin, Esq., and last occupied by J.
M Galloway. IW. E. AIKEN.
LAND FOR SA.LE.
AVALUABLE tract of land, naar the
town of Ridgeway, boanded by
lanils of Ilowt 11 Edmunds and others, the
propbrty of Mrs. Caroline It. Kelly, will
ho sold at auction, by the undeFmigned
beforo I lie court-houso door in Winnsboro,
on salesday in January, 18 i0, immediately
after the close of the public sales, unless
sooner disposed of at private sale. The
tract contaiis TWO HUNDRED AND SEvENTY
roUn ACRES, is well timbered and of a fair
qlidity of land.
TEMS-One-half eah; balance on a
credit of one year, with interest, secured
by bond and mortgage, purchaser to piy
for papers. Titles guaranteed.
doe 30- j3x LYLES & BARION,
AUGHTRY & MARTIN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCER.' AND COMMISSION
No 174 Main St. (White Front)
COLUM[BIA, S. 0.
We have Mr. J. B. Gladney with us. Ie
will be glad to see all of his old friends.
Give us a call before purobasing olse.
where. AUGHTRY & MARTIN.
E respectfully call the attention of
"W the public to our new lot of
Goods, and request an inspection of them
before purchasing. Our goods have been
carefully seloected, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can be bought from anybody any where.
We would call the attention of the
ladies to our line of Cloaka, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery. etc. A very prot
ty assortment of Ties and other Neck
Goods. Laces, Edgings, Frillings, etc. In
Our Genta' Goods department is comn
ploto in every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kerseys,
Flannela, Homnespuns, Blankete, &e., we~
are full up, at the Iouest price~s.
S110ES! SHOES!! SIIOES!
Come and examine our Shoes before
buying. Call and see our s'tock, and we
will convince you that we sell goods as
cheap as anybody.
IM We are agents for J. & P'. CoatA'
Spool Cotton. and Holding Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-New York Prices.
oct 7MAtMASTER, B3RICE & CO.
OLD "CAVE" CORN
This is the simon pure article,
seized and sold by the United States
Government. The regular "moon -
U. G. DESPORTES.
Scuppernong Wine at $1.50 per
gallon. Delightful for Xmas..
U. 0. DESPOR TES.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles,
Bridles and Harness.
Call and examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Satisfaction
Me L. KINARD,
OPPOSITE tho WHEELER HOUSE,
HAS .received the lar'gest stock of
Clothing that has ever been in Columbia,
and isBselling a
Elegant Oheviot and 2nialish Oasimere
Suits made in the latest stles. Also, a
fine line of Soft and Stiff . ts, and a well
selected line of Over Coats, of Fur Beay.
era, Ulsters, Jlerseys, aika Meltons.
Cball and Examino my stock before pur
MR. JAMIES R. KENNEDt
~ ~bthe abv eetallb9~ a
t, hi city.
JAYKES W. LAW.
70 the P'ublic:
Why not insure your property? Be,
the cost of a per diem oxpense: .
Daily cost of insuring $I,000 at 3 pe
cent per atimuil is Only 8 cents.
At 24 per cout. per annuin is only 7
At 1.1 per cent. per anuta is onI -4 o
At I per cent. per annum is only 2
At per cent. per annum is only2 c.
At per cent for 3 year,i is only 1.88 o
At I per cent. for 3 years is on iy 1.35 o
At I per cti. foi- 5 years is only 0.88 e
At 2 per cent. for 5 years is only 1.1 .
Dwellings4 in town or country, dotneh
ed, insurable ut the following rates, viz.
For one year j per cent.
For three years I 4 per cent.
For live years '. per cent.
iDarns miul coatents, gin houses, bale(
egtton, store houses. merchand ise, mill,
and churohes insurable at adequate. rates
I represent only the very betst coupi
nies oflongoxperience and well establish
JAMES W. LAW,
nov 22-Oin Agent.
New Goods of all kinds continuall
arriving at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s, oi
Buy Notions, White Goods, 4osier
and Onlicoes at the 'uriler store of .
M. Beaty & Co.
J. M. BeatV & Co. are selling Clot it
ing, Hats, Itubbor Suits and Shoes al
lowest cash prices.
Remember J. M. Beaty & Co. make
a specialty of the Bay State Standar
Screw Shoes, at the store on'the corner
A nice stock of good Laundried an
Unlaundried Shirts. Collars, Neck weal
&c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s come
Ek-gant Cashmeres, Momie Cloths
Worsted, Alpacas, Dress Linings
Crinoline, &c., at J. M. Beaty. & Co.'i
You will find Bleached Goods, Se
Island Goods, Domestics,. Tickings
Kerseys and Jeans at the corner stor<
of J. M. Beaty & Co.
Groceries of all kinds, Candy, Crack
ers, Tobacco, Crockery Woolilenware
Plows, Cutlery, Shot, Povder, etc.
always inl stock at the corner store o
J. M. Beaty & Co.
FULL STOCK of the hoiest and
most varied assortmtnntof Goodi
for the Holidays;.
We invite .t.hb: yuld-aentior
particulai ly to our
50 CENTS KID GLJOVES.
These are extra cheap.> Zfd worti
Harsdkerchiefs in Boxes at the ver'
r. LI ECK l &B1111.
UII[US'TM A 3
And I am preparod to sell you al
the nice things you want for the Hl
days, such as Apples, Oranges, Cocot
nuts, Citron, Pressed Figs, Currant
Raisins in Boxes, hialf ana quarters.
Almonds, Wal nuts, Pecans, Brazilt
French Mixed, Cocoanut, Staipi
Wilson's Corned Beef, Salmon an,
Sardies, Lobsters, and Oysters, Pin
Aaoand Peaches, Potted Meats c
Sky Rockets, Cannon Cracker
Rloman Candles, Torpdeec
Give me a call. pdoe
W HI. DONLY,
dec 18 On the Corner.
- feune B&tors 'Please sanotnee M
J. res.ton Oooper se a oandidate for it
Demooratid tiominatlon for shekif at ik
eedfling eletion (sebn o ete tle deojae
of he p t4 Ootoi aee l ian
I tE FRIEND OF ALL
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills
ve tue a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I-send for another box, and koep them
in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headacho
-that was chronic.
&I gave one of your Pills to my habe
for cholera morbus. The dear little
thing got well in a day."
.My nausea of a morning is now
''Your box of Holloway's Ointment
cured me of noises in the head. I
rubbed some of youar Oininent behind
the ears and the noiso has left."
"8end ne two boxos; I want one for a
"I onclose a dollar; your price is 25
eents, but the inedicino to me is worth a
".end mo five boxes of your Pills,"
"'Let ine have three boxes of your
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I have over 206 such testimonials as
these, but want of spaeo compels me to
For CUTANEoUs DISORDERs,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Oint
Went is most inI'vaduable. It does not
heal externally alone, but penetrites
with I the most searching effects to the
very rcot of evil.
11 OLLO WA V'S OINTMEYT.
Possessed of this remedy, every innn
may be own doctor. It mmay be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these men, cures
sores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver, spine or other parts. It is an in
fallible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiffJoints, gout, rheuma.
tism, and all skin diseases,
IMPORTANT oAUTION.-No are genuine un.
less tile signature of J. IAvnocK. Ra agent, for
the aited States surrounds each box or Pills
Si iCinLuent. lioxes at 25 eent, 62 cents, and
aw- There is considerable saving by taking
the large: sizos. HOLLOWAY & Co.,
feb 15-1y New York.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortments of Liquors in the Boro. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Nectar,
1840; Three Barrels of fine old Rye Whis
key: 1st, Old Imperial Cabinet Whiskey,
9 years old; 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle, 9
ditto; 3rd, Roanolco Rye, the oldest, 18
ditto. Corn Whiskey of the best grades,
North Carolina Corn,Sweet and Sour Mash.
of the best grades. Also, Wines and Bran,
dies of th e finest brands, I have also a
fimn lot of Cigars and Tobacco which I
Will disnose of at reasonable prices for
cash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
you right. Philadelphia Lager Beer al
ways on Land from the celebrated firm of
Berger and Engeil. You can find me at
all times at the Bar under the Winnsboro
Hotel, next door to 1). R, Flenniken's.
Call and see me. J. CLENDINING.
FIRsT PREMIt'M AWARDED AT THlE
GEORGIA STATE FAIR.
. For Cheapness, Simplicity and
Durabilit~y this Sheller htands with
out a rival.
PR IC E, ONLY $5.00.
R. S. DESPORtTES & CO.,
Agents, Ridgeway, S. C.
For Sale by
U. G. DESPORTES,
dec 23..8mos Winnsboro, S. C.
Mince Meat, Famous New Eng
land Brand A pple Butter-very fmne
-Ginger Preserves, Lee & Perrin's
Worcestershire Sauce, Baldwin's
1 Tomato Catsup, Cooper's Gelatine,
- Wilson's Corned Beef,in 2 lb. Cans.
'5 OAT MEAL, PURE AND FRESH,
A new lot of Cassimeres, Jeans,
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes,
dI Clothing, Hats, White Goods
o Domestic Efomespun, Drills, etc.
f It will pay you to call on us be'
3. F. McMASTER & CO.
EIGHT Barrels, New Crop New
A Fine Lot of Sugars-'all grads.
Jackson's Best Family Flour.
~Consisting in p art of Mule andI
Horse Shoes, Nails, Trace Chains
-Ro4 Rust Proof Oats, Frost
Cheese and MacoaronI, Raidins, Our
rants and Oltron, OHIIAP PO02
Seen my stockpno rniture, which
newest, and choapest, according, to (i
now supply of Chromos, Ficthure Frai
Shados, Mirrors, &c. Furniture nleat
Lunber and Laths for salo. I aim
Factory. All order promptly ttLendc
Wilson New Improved Sewing Machi
in workmanship is equal to a Chrono
ed as a first-class Piano. It received
and Centennial Expositior s. . IT SEX
other machines. Its capacity is unlir
MACHINES sold in the United Stat
others. The WILSON MENDING j
of repairing W ITHOUT PATCHIlt
WANTED.} WILSON S
GEORGE A. OLTARI(,
. sOLE AGENT.
4.00 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
The distin(ctive features of this spool
cottcn aro that it is ma1de3 from tho very
SE A IS LA ND COT TON.
IR is finished socft as the cotton from
which It is m idan; it hrr no waxing or
arlifiel finih to deceive the eyes; it is
the strongest, smoothest and most clastie
sowlgn thread in the market; for machine
sewing it has no equal; it is wvound on
-W1HITJE S PO OL S.
The Black is the most
ever produced in spool cotton, being
dyed by a system patenited by eurselves,
'rto colors aro dyed by tho
NEWV ANILINE PROCESS
rendering them so perfect and brilliant
that dress-makers everywhere use them
Instead of sewing silks.
A Gold Medal was awarded ti spool
cotton at Paris, 1878, for "great, strength''
and "geneoral excellence" being the high
est award given for spool cotton.
We invite eomp~arlson and respectfully
ask ladles to give It a fair trial and con
vince themselves of Its superiority over
To be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. BOAG.
ine Sterling Silver, Fancy Silver
Plated Ware, lRich Walrnat Olooka,
.TOILET SETS AND VASES.
A fresh assortment of Jewelry in
variety of style and quality, and
With P eset Safet6 Burnea.
ONO1 & 04~
is ono of the larpot, haidsomest
tality. to N) found in V'innsloro. A.
10s, Wall .Pochots, Bracketa, Window
ly repaired at moderato prices.
11geont for a Door, Sahl and Blist
d to. Also, agrent for tho Whook
ie, and two others.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
s.- NW -R C lITY.
motor Watch, and as cloegmmtly finish
the highest awards at the Vienna
VS. ONE-FOURTH FASTER than
iited. Thoro are moro WILSON
s than the conbixid sales of all tle
LTTACH MENT, for doing all kinds
1, given FREE with each inachino.
'ING "MACHIE C0.
PIor Diseoasos of the
.Throat and Lunge,
~' such as Coughs, Coils,
S Whooping .Co ugh,
D lronchltis, A.sthma,
The reputation iLhas attained, in cons'equencoof
the miarvollons.cnrea it hans produced dutring the
Iast half' cntury, is a suficient assur'ance to, the
public that it wvill continue 16 renilzo the happiest
results that can bo desired. In almost, every
section of country thoere are persons, publicly
known,who have boon restored from alarming and
OVen desperate dI10esstf the lungs, by its use.
All who havo tried it,acknowliedge its superiority;
and where its virtues are known, no one hositateas
as to what medicino to employ to roliovo tho dls
tress and auffering peculiar to pulmnonary afree.
tions. CultuntY Perconar, always affords in.
slant relief, and performs rapid cures of the
milder varieties of bi'onchini disorder, as well as
the more formiditblo diseases of the lungs.
As a safeguard to children, amid the distress.
ing diseases whIch beset the Throat nd Chest of
Childhood, it i. invaluable; for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and'resi'rdd1 to health.
This medicine gains f-iends at every trial, as
the cures it is constantly producing are too re
markable to lbe forgotten. No fatnily shouild be
withtout it, and those who have oncousaed it
Eminent PhysIcians throughout the \oountry
proscribe it, and Clergymen ofnen recommend it
from their knowledgq of its effects.
Dr. J, C. AYER & C0,, Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Ohemlits.
SOLD BY All~ DitUGGISTS EVEfIYWIIE11E