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. OWN AND COUNTY,
TUESDAY, January 0, t a a : 1880.
T'RM8 OF Tii Nws AND HEALD.
-Tri-1veekly edition, four dollars )er
annum, in advance; weekly edi(ion,
two dollars and fifty cents perannum,
in advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of live and upwar(ls.
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All coninunications, of whatsoeve
nature, should be addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company
Winnsboro, S. C.
Cotton sold at 11l cents on Saturday,
and at 12 cents on Monday.
WAGONS.-U. G. Desportes & Co.
have just received i car-load of Avery
Wagons, which will be sold at prices
to compete with CAl:ianbia. *18-1mlio
The Rev. Neill E. Pressly who went
as a missionary to Mexico about a year
ago and who is well known in Winns
boro, has settled at Tampico and be
gun his labors-aftoi devoting himself,
while resident in the Cit.y of Mexico,
to the study of the Mexican language.
The Charlotte Observer says: ''The
people along the line of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augus'a Pa'lroad keel,
on rebelling against the freight charges.
Charlotte has suffered much in this
way at different times, and is a sympa
SMoKIE the Celebrated "Monarch or
the South" Cigars. Five thousand
just received at F. W. Habenicht's,
w ashington St., near Depot. *tf
TuE FREIGHT ON COTTON.-]Railroad
Commissioner Bonhamn has issued no
tices to the railroads that in accordance
with Judge Mackey's decision they
hereatter charge freight on cotton by
weight instead of by mucasurcnent. An
order has already been issued by the
President of the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad to conformi to
this decision in trainsporting cotton on
We are requeted to state that Mis
Fannie E. Pack, who is totally blind,
will give an entertainment at the
Thespian Hall to-night. The exhibi
tion will consist of vocal and instru
mental music, together with the read
Ing of extracts in prose and verse.
Miss Pack is an orphan. Her father
was a soldier in the' Hampton Legion,
and-received a mortal wound in the see
ond battle ofManassas. She comes wvell
commended by those before whom she
THE SUPP'LY AcT.--The Columbia
.Register of Sunday says: "0On inquiry
we learn that the Comptroller General is
preparing the usual circular to Audi
tors to carry into eff'ect the Supply Act.
He regards his fimctions ini the malt ter as
Isimply executive, and will proceed to
carry out, according to its tenor, this
and all other acts relating to his de
- partment which he finds in the Secre
tary of State's oflice diuly signed by the
presiding officers of the two houses anmd
approved by tihe Governor. If there is
-anything wrong in the Supply Act or'
any other which he has thus been re
quired to execude he will wvait to be in
structed by judicial or legislative imrer
K - lprotationi, which will be promptly
A splendid breakfast on the table
surrounded by a family of coughs.
They used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
and that family now keeps it alwayA
on hand and recommends it. Price
only 25 cents a bottle. *
THE SOUTHERN FARnia's MONTHLY.
-Thme January number of this popular
* magazine is out, and it Is one of the
best yet issued. Among the numer
ous interesting. original articles are
two by Dr. A. Oemnler, of Wilmington
Island, Ga.: "The Cabbage Worm and
Its Parasite," and "Are Plants 1"ed and
Watered Through Their Leaves?" and
one by Prof. J. P. Stelle, of Mobile,
Ala., on "Fruit Tree Borers." Two
4illustrations'on the "Hog" question,
and an Illustrated article ona, "How to
Cut and Cure Meats," are also very in
teresting. The Fashion Department
(for farmers' wives and daughters) has
the usual fashion plates. Take the
unumber as a whole, it is one of the best
publications of Its kind in the country.
The price is two dollars a year', or one
dollar for-six months. Orders by mal
- - should be addressed -to J. H. Estill,
- Savannah, Ga.
FACTS AnOtUT 1880.-The first day of
the year and of April fall on Thursday ;
the Fourth of July comes on Sunday,
and Christmas on Saturday. It is leap
year, and February has 29 days. As
the girls will then be privileged to go
cour~Ang, they will have'the opportu
nity to do plnyof it~ethe alimaa
- five Sundqys In the month of February.
Easter comes almost as early as it over
camne-on the 28th day of March. The
year, 1880 will have eir eclipses-four
of the sun and two of the moon-but
only one of them will 'be visible here,
namely the sixths which is a partial
eclipse of the sun on the last day of the
yetj pry ejstlys in the morning,, A
t hin outthese eliIdd
e of m our in Dlen1.
ofrtil~ at w1l not aMu
mooi will be total, but Invisible in
North America. About the middle ol
11880 Winncek's comet will make iH
appearance in the heavens after an ab
sence of five years and sevenl months.
Tle moon will be the ruling planot of
1880, and the year will be generally
more hum1id thanl cold-that is, the at
manac says so. Tile year goes out on
Do-rs FROM:HE DARIKConnm-En.-Our
correspodent "'Corner" writes: "The
Corner folks have been honored during
Christmas week vith visits from the
Crosbyville BIriss Band, and have been
delighted IInd thrilled with tihe excel
lent music they make. This band was
orgaiize( only a few months ago, but
under tihe skillful training.of Captain
Lucas, tiley have made such rapid pro
gress that tie,y now perform reiarka
bly well. ic men tiat compose tile
organization are gentleienl of culture
and refluemnt, anmd give promise of
high att ailleients ill illusic. We a-O
proud to see this step in this branch of
education. It isgratifying to a looker
oi to observe the progress of education
and improvemient in a conlllunity, and
to see these things takihm. the place of
ignoranmce and vice, all tendinig to pro
inote the general welfare of our coim
mon1 coultry.-We hive spent a happy
Christmas, amid peaco atid plenty.
Tie farmner is made to feel better from
tile rise ill cotton, an1d his outlook for
the coming year is better than per
haps for iany t year past. A large
quantity of smallgraii las beem sown
this fall, and it is looking well. Our
people, of both races, seem- to be hopc
ful, cheerful and prospering.
REINPOT OF 'rI ToWN CLERK.--Th
folloVing is the imoilthly Statencilt of
of the town clerk and treasurer for
Dec. 1 --To balance per last
statement.......... $ 559.51
Dcc, 1 --Fines and Licences 14.50
Dec. 12-U. G.Desportes, lle
tail License to 23d
January, 1880...... 21.90
Dcc. 27--T. W. Rabb, Retail
Licence to 27th of
March, 1880......... 37.50
Dc. 31-Taxes.............. 566.22
Dec. 1 --McMaster, Brice
& Co., Oil, Chinm
Ileys, &c........... 70.40
Dec. 2 -Wbo. B. & L. Asso
Dec. 1 -Wbo. Pub. Co..... 15.00
Dec. 15-C. S. Dwight, draw
plan for repairs to
Dec. 20-John lsenhower,
work oin steeple.... 50.75
Dec. 20-Mcntosh & John
stonl, wvork on1 steeple 7.85
Dec. 24--Making new ladders
for 11. & L. Co......6.50
Dec. 26-lorstmnan Bros., Po
lice hats, batons,
belts and badges. 21.25
Dec. 26-Express oni same. 1 .25
Dec. 29--Extra Police.........15.00
D~ec. 29--W. B3. Creighit, hum
Dec. 31-Dave Goins, lamp
Dec. 31--A bram Munroe ip.
Dec. 31-J. E. Williams, Po
Dec. 831-W. B. Gilbert, Police 40.00
Dee. 31-Work oin streets.... 85.50
Total...... ....... 582.22
MR. JAY GO1ULD.
The Personal Habits of a Hard-working
Neow York Corre gnden'fco St. Lo'in Repubican.
Mr. Gould's millions no0w crowd
close to thlose of Vauderbilt. Ue is a
mani of finer texture than tihe old Comi
mnodore's sonl. He doesn't run to 11h10
horses, costly stables and blooded
steeds. At night, when ho dismisses
Is operatoap f1'om the telegraph offices
in Ils mynI house in Fifth avenue and
enters up ill a little book the telegraph
ic reports of the receipts-of the various
railroads wichl lhe owns1, do does not
go to a club to carouse, to a banquet to
steam up wyith ehai'npagne or to a the
atre; lhe retires to tile recesses of a
peaceful library and, with Is young
801n8 about him, reads the Latin clas
s'cs, thle world forgettinig, but not by
tihe wvorld forgot-by a large majority.
Tile next morning early lie lhas the tele
graph dloinig lightning service amnd lhe is
sending an electric shlock through Wall
street as 80011 as the bulls amnd thle bears
come Into that field for pasture. Mr.
Gould is a liberal manm, although when
he makes a bequest 1he does not have
the information written in manifold
and sent to all the nlewspapers. The
first news New York had of is gift to
the Memphis sufferers of $5,000 came
from Memphis, as did thle news of the
second gift of $5,000.
Mr. Gould, being a small man of lit
tle physical prowess, is naturally not
disposed to put himsolf recklessly ini
the way of the.h ons of the bulls and~
thle claws of tile . boar's. There are
some ment In Wall street, as Mr. Gould
has reason to know; who wish to' ire
sent thleir losses with theeir fists, and
are disposed to follow Major, Selover's
exam ple, anld dspatch him bodily dowi
into a convenient area. Accordin -ly
Mr. Gould keeps his office guarded? by
a stout Irshmanm, who4 prevents the in.
trusion of visitors, and he has usually
a private way to get out intothe street.
He has, too, it is said, a big Itallami
bookeeper who acedmnpanies him oil
miany of his business trips about town,
amid stands ready to pr otect his mili
-Charles, the son ofa wealthy farmer
has A newv tutor. The latter, atheolog.
Ical student, asks Charles about tie
ose, and among sother things, in.
tirei res are said at the
'~a lt~r pt a s almost everynop
.-The Prince-of-Wales' inCome1 will
probably be diminished some $100,000
a year by the hard times, while they
Mnake no (ifferoico to his mothier,
whose $5,000 a day comes in quarterly
in litird cash. This does . not includ'e
large revenes from other sourees.
it. T. K. ELLIOTT bas this day
lday withtrawn from the firm of
Alatthew. & Co. The undersigned will
continue the Groc--ry business under the
same amie anl stylt n heretofor"
JNO. P. MATTH-W9, JR.,
J. 11. CUMMINGS.
Winnsbero, S. C., Jan. 1, 1880.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAUROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John L. Black, Adir. of the Estate of Mnr
thi K. Black, Deieased, vs. N. Austin
Black, et at
pURSUANT to an order of Court, mado
in the above-stated cause, all credi
tors holding claims against the Estato of
Mrs. r rtha K. Black, deceased, are re
quired to establish them before me on or
befo ie first day otC February next.
W. HI. KEltR,
C. C. P. F C.
AUGHTRY & MARTIN,
WHIOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
No 174 Main St. (White Front)
COLUBIBIA, S. 0.
We have Mr. J. S. Gladney with us. He
will be glad to see all of his old friends.
Give us a call before purchasing eso-.
where. AUGHTRY & MARTIN.
oct 11-3mos -
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 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
Iadies to our line of Cliks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, etc. A very prot
ty assortment of Ties and Other Neck
Goods. Laces, Edgings, Frillings, etc. in
Our Gents' Goods department is com
plete in every thing.
In heavy goods, siuch as Jeans, Kerseys,
Flannels, Hlomespuns, Blankets, &c., we
are full up, at the low est prices.
SHOES I SHOES!! ShOES !!!
Come nda examine our Shoes before
buying. Call and see oui- stock, and we
will convince you that we sell goods as
cheap as anybody.I|
6ar- We are agents for J. & P. Coat5'
Spool Cotton. and Belding Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-Newv York Prices.
etMcMASTER, BRI.CE & 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. G. DESPORTES.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Saddles,
Biridlos and Harness.
Call and examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Satisfaction
Me L. KINARD,
OPPOSITE tho WHEELER HOUSE,
' 0LUMBIA,'s. 0.,
HAS received tho . argest stock .of
d~lothing that has ever been in Columbia,
anid is salling a
Elega6 Cheviot and English? Cassimere
Suits aade In the latest stles, Also, ,a
fine line of Soft and Stiff ate, anid a well
selected line of Over Coats, of Fur Bieavai
era, Ulsters/ Kerseys, ahd Melt ns.
Call arnd Examine miy tock before piurt
SRI JAMES!~ R. KENNEDY
IswU the s1ove easblismn n
wubQpleased to see hi; frde h oue
*~tS 3m ~olu nbia, O0
FIEI INSRANE 'AGENCY
JAIIIES W. LAW.
70 the Publin.
Why not inauro your property? --Soo
ho cost of i per diont expense:
Daily'cost of hisuring $1,000 at 3 per
:ent per annum iti-only 8 cents.
At 2j per cot. per annum is only7
At 11 per ceit. por ann iini ii only 4 o.
At I. per cont. por -aunixn is only 21
A t per cont. per anlnuin Is only 2 c.
At per cent for 3 years is.onily 1.88 .
At 14 per cent. for 3 years 1s onty 1.35 o.
At 1i per cent. for 5 years is only 0.88 o
At 2 per cent. for 5 years is only 1.1 c.
Dwollings in to*i or country, detach.
)d, insurable lat the following rates, viz.:
For one year j per cont.
For throo years I 4 per cent.
For live years 1i por cent.
.3arns and contonts, gin houseos, balotl
-otton, store hotos, merchandiso, ntills
md churches insurable itt adeqIate rates.
.represent only the very' best compa
nies oflong experiencc and well establish
JAMES W. LAW,.
nov 22-Gm Agont.
New Goods of all kinds continually
Lrrlving at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s, on
Buy Notions, White Goods, Hoslery
Md Calicoes at the corner store of .1.
i. Beaty & CO.
J. M. Beaty & Co. areselling Cloth
ng, Hats, Rubber Suits and Shoes at
owcst cash prices.
Remember J. M. Ucaty & Co. make
Specialty of the Bay State Standard
krew Shoes, at the store on the corner.
A nice stock of good Laundried and
Jnlaundr'ed Shirts. Collars, Neck wear
bc., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s corner
Elegant Cashneres, Momle Cloths,
Vorsted, Alpacas, Dress Linings
r'inoline, &c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s
You will find Bleached Goods, Sea
sland Goods, Domestics, Tickings,
Cersevs and Jefas at the corner store
f J. M. Beaty & Co.
Groceries of all kinds, Candy-, Crack
rs, Tobacco, Crockery Woodenware,
lows, Cutlery, Shot, Powder. etc..
lways in stock at the corner store of
r M. Beaty & Co.
- : :
UL T of tv choicest and
or the Holidag.!
We invite .thf'pinlic'se.attent ion
>articulaily to olit
50 CENTVS ff OOVES.
These are extrichenp and worth
mn early inspection.
Badies' Silk Scadfeand Ties, Ladies'
Elarsdkerchiefs in Boxes at the very
P. LADEKER & BRO.
dee 13 ___
CH RI ST MAS
And I am preparod to sell you all
the ntice things you want for thie Hloli
:1ays, such as Apples, Oraniges, Cocoa
ants, Citron, Pressed Figs, Currants,
Raisins in Boxes, half ana q uarters.
Almonds, Walnuts, Pecans, Brazils,
French Mixed,. Cocoanut, Strips,
Wilson's Corned Beef, Salmon and
Bardines, Lobsters, and Oysters, Pine
Ap l and Peaches, Potted Moats of
Sky .Rockets, Oatienon Crackers,
Roman Can dies1 Torpedoes, etc.
Give me a ca) .
W H. DONLY,
deo 18 -On the Corner.
tene Eduors: Pleas0 annonnce M'.
1. ?reston Cooper as. andidate. tor the
Denaoor.sit n ~inM da for bot aet lie
loming eoetioA~ (1eati o ~.the decision
TE FRIEND OF AaLI
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills
yo mei a hearty one."
"Your Pills are inervelous."
"I sond for another box, and kop them
in the house."
"Dr. holloway has cured my headache
that wan chronic.
'1 gave one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera m'>rbus. Truo dear little
thing got wel1 in a day."
" My nausea of a morning in now
"'Your box of Holloway's Ointment
cured me of noises in the head. I
rnbbod some of your Ointme-nt behind
the earn and the noise has loft."
"Sond me two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your prico in 2f5
cents, but the medicineo to me is worth a
'*80nd me five boxes of your PiIlR."
"Let me have threc boxes of your
Pills by refurn mail, for chills and
I have over 200 such testimonials as 1
these, but want of space compels me to
Fon CUTAN1EoUs DIsoRinERg,
And all eruptionis of the skin, this Oint
ment is most itivaluable. It does not
hical externally tlone, but. penetratis
with the most searebing offects to the
very rcot of evil.
I1 OLLO WJ1A Y'S OJNTMEN'T.
Possessed of this remedy, every mon
may be own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, no as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these means, eures
iores or ulcers in the throat stomach,
liver, pine or other parts. It in an in
filible remedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff jQints, gout, rhouma
tism, and all skin disease.
IX'01oTANT CAUTION.-Nono are gentino Un
less the %i iattiiro of J. 11AYEOCK. AS ag(nt. for
ile United statea surrotands each box of Pills
nd e iitment. Boxes at 25 Ceitf, 62 cent, and
IV There is considerable saving by taking
he largei sizes. HOLLOWAY & CO.,
fob 15-1y New York.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
;ortments of Liquors in the Bore. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Nectar,
1840; Three Barrels of fine old Rye Whis
key: lst, Old Imporial Cabinet Whiskey,
) years old; 2nd, also,' the Mabel Bello, 9
ditto; 3rd, Roanoke Ryo, the oldest,18
rlitto. Corn Whiskey of the bot grades.
North Carolina Corn,Sweet and Sour Mash.
:f the best grades. Also. Wines and Bran,
aies of tb e finest brands, I have also a
Nn's lot of Cigars and Tobacco which I
will disooe of at reasonhble prioce for
cash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
you right. Philadelphia Lager Beer al- C
vays on hand from the cAelobrated frrm of '
lierger and Engoll. You ('all find mo at c
-ll times at the Bar und or the Winnsboro 1
[lotol, negt, door to D. R. Flonniken's.
Dall and sc me. J. CLENDINING. 0
aug 26 0
FIRsT PREIUMII A WARDED AT TIUE
GEORGIA STATE FAIR.
For Cheapness, Simplicity and
Durability this Sheller stands With
out a rival.
PR ICE, ONLY $5.00.
R. S. DESPORTES & CO.,
Agents, Ridgeway, S. C.
For Sale by
U. G. DESPORTES,
dec 28-8mos Winnsboro, S. C.
Mince Meat, Famous New Eng,.
land Brand Apple Butter-very fine
-Ginger Preserves, Lee & Perrin's
Worcestershire Sauce, Baldwin's
Tomato Catsup, Cooper's Gelatine,
Wilson's Corned Beef,in 2 lb. Cans.
OAT MEAL, PURE AND FRESH.'
A new lot of Cassimeres, Jeans,
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes*
Clothing, Hats, White .Goods,
Domestic Hlomespun, prills, etc.
It will pay you to call on us be
~IGHT Barrels, New Crop New
Oreans Molasses. '9
A Fine Lot of Sugars-alI grades.
Jackson's Best Family Flour.
Consisting in part of Mule and
Horse Shoes, Nais, Trace Chains,
Rod Rust Proof Oi~u l'eh
Cheese and Macaroni, ~snCr
tant. and Oitr n, OHJEAP
Seen my stockjuno rniture, which
owest, andl cheapost, according to qu
ew supply of .Chromos, L icture Frai
hades, Mirrors, &c. Furniture ieatl
Luimber and Laths for salo. I am i
'actory. All order promptly ottendo
Vilson Now Improved Sowing Machin
i workmanship is equal to a Chronor
d as a first-class Piano. It roceived
nd Centennial Expositiors. IT SEN
ther machines. Its capacity is unlim
IACHINES sold in tho United Statem
thers. Tho WILSON MENDING A
f repairing WITHOUT PATCHING
GEORGE A. CLARK,
600 BROADWAY, NEW YORIK,
The distinctivo features of this spool
eton are that I6 is miade from the very
SE A ISL AND COT TON.
Rt is finished soft as the cotton. -from
vhich it is mado; it has no waxing or
artifieiali finish to deceive the eyes; it is
ho strongest, smoothost and most elastic
eowign thread in the market; for marchino
owing it has no equal; it is wvound on
W HI TE S PO O L .
The Black is the most
wver produced in spool eotton, being
lyod byasytem patented by ourselves,
ICho colors are dyed by the
NEW ANILINE PROCESS
eondcring them so perfect and brilliant
hat dress-makers .every where use them
nstead of sewing silks.
A Gold Modai was. awarded this spool
oton at Paris, 1878, for "great strong th''
ma "general excellence" being the high.
met award given for spool cotton.
We invite comparison and respectfully
ak ladies to give it a fair trial and conl
rince themselves of its superiority oVer
Do be had at wholesale and retail of
J. 0. B3OAG.
Fine Sterling Silver, Fancy Silver
Plated Ware, Rich Wainuit .Clooka,
TOILET SETS AND VASES.
A fresh assortment of Jewelry in
ariety of style eri4 quality, and
i, one of the larget. handsomrost
ality. to bo found in, Winnsboro. A
em, Wall IPockets, Brackots, Window
Yrepaired at moderato prices.
igent for a Door, Sash and Blini
I to. Also, agcnt for the Whoolek
o,.and two others.
R. W. PHILLIPS.
Po .s ER~ATU
MA S EWY I C .
ILUAD; I NV""B'"NmIlONs
ictor Watch, and as olegantly finish..
the highest awardsI at the Vienna
" ONE-FOURTH FASTER thai
ited. There aro" more WILSON
than the combined sales of all the
TTACHIMENT, for doing all kinds
given FREE with each nmchino.
ING MACHINE co.
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds,
* Whooping Oough,
C \. Bronchitis, Asthma,
-- and Consumption.
Theoreputation Ithas attaIned, in consequence ot
the marvellous cures It has produced during thu
last hal centitry, Ia a snilcent assurance to the
public that it will continitoeto realize the happiest
results that can be desired. , In almost every
section or country there are persons, publicly
known,who have been restored from alarming and
oven desperate diserises of the hungs, by its use.
All who have tried i t,aeknowledgo Its superiorIty;
and where its virtues aire known, no ono hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to relieve the dis
tress and suffering peculiar to pulmonary afroc
tions. Cu~arY PEO'TORAL always affords In.
stank relinf, and performs rapid eures of the
miideryvarztotisof br~ncial disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of the lungs.
-As a safegnat d to children, amid the distress
Ing disoases which beset the Throat and Chest of
Childhood, It is invaluable ; for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and restored to health.
This medicine gains friends at every trial, as
the cures it Is constantly producing are too re
markablo to be forgotten. No family should be
without it, and those who have onceoused IC
Eminent Physicians throughout the country
prescribe It, and Clergymen often recommend it
from their-knowledge of its effects.
Dr.)J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemlst.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGG8TS EVY1EI
egger ys. w . s areessa