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r TOWN AND COUNTY
SATUIDAY. February 298 : 1 1 1880
Tzi*tk 6P TiE NF.ws AND IHEltAL.
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tisements. Simple anilouncemenlits 0
marriages and deaths published free oi
charge, and solicited.
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nature, should be addressed to th<
Winnsboro Publishing Company'
Wlinsboro S. C.
The following is the schedule of arrivals or
tMe C. C. & A. Ha iroad, Upon the basis of wasb.
ington time, which Is about, bixteen minuta
ahead of Winnsboro time:
GOING NORTH. -
Columbia........10.58 a. m.........10.48 p. m.
Uiiythewood,........11.44 a. M.........11.41 p. m.
Rfidgeway.......11.59 a. in ........12.00 p. m.
w innsboro....... 12. P. III ......... 12.31 a. T.
JlnAckstock....... 1.09 p. in......... 1.12 a. in
uihesewr.........189 P. In. 1.41 a. M
Chester ........122 P. m .2.41 a. m.
niacCkstock.......... 2.10 p. in......... 8.16 a. m.
winnsboro.......... 2.60 p. in......... 8.57 a. in.
idgeway........ .20 p- n......... 4.29 a. In.
lly the wood .... 8.8 p. ......... 4.48 a. M.
Columbia.......... 4.20 p. M ......... 580 a. m
Bank Report-T. K. Elliott., Cashier.
Groceries-D. R, Flenniken.
Fresh Medicines, &c.-McMastel,
Brice & Co.
Messrs. J. M. Beaty, of J. M. Beaty
-- C., Josepi Groesichell, of Sugen.
heiner & Groeichell, have gone to the
Northern markets, to lay in, their
spring stocks. Look out for them
when they come bdok.
Consumption of the lung tissue uni ust
steadily increase by the retention of
the foul corruption. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup promotes gentle expectoration,
and gives great relief to those suffer
ing with contsumption. *
JoURNALIsTIC.-The Lexington Dis
patch comes out this week enflarged in
form, being now a seven-colunn pa
per instead of a six-columin. Consid
cring the - greatly increased cost of
running a newspaper, in consequence
of the recent advance in the prico of
everythhig used in the publication, it's
not a very good time to make a spread.
But the Dispatch is a good paper, and
we doubt not the efbrts of its publish
era to increase its usefulness will be
The Kershaw Gazette has recently
donned a new dress of type, and is
much improved in its general appear
anice. This is one of the liveliest coun
ty papers in the State, and wye are
p)leased to know that its enlterprisinlg
p)roprietors have met with tihe s'uccess
they so wvell deserve.
ITEMENEL.--A pleasant gathering
of ladles and gentlemen took place at
tile resideiice of the bride's father on
Wednesday evening, the occasion 'be
ing tihe marriage of Mr. J. D. Rattar
ree, of York county, to Eliss Amelia
Refo, daughter of Mr. Charles L. Refo,
Sr., of Fairfield. 'The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. J. P. Marion,
of the Chester )Associate Reformed
Church, assisted by the Rev~ 0.
-Whitman, past* of the Methdlst
Church at this place. The ceremony
over, tihe bridal couple received the
congratulations and well-wishes of
their friends, and tile party then en
gaged In general and pleasant conver
sation. Supper was afterwards served
In handsome style, and was of course
duly enijoyed. At a late hour, the
guests departed, carrying with them
very agreeable recollections of the hap
Transfers of iteal E!state.
Since our last report tihe following
transfers of real estate have been enter
ed in the office of tile county auditor:
Jane Cork to Jane Moore, 190 acres
Iii township no. 10;, consideration
James H. Riou to Jesse Wison, ? ofan
acre in townshuip no. 14;. coiidration
Martha E. Brice and others to Sami.
G. Brlce, 259 acreis in township no. 2;
Martha E. Briceand others .to Re
becca J. Rosbor'ough,. 660 acres in
township no. 2; consideration $1.00
Marha. E. Brice and others to Wil
11am M. Brice, 494 acres in township
no. 2; consideration $1.00
*J. H. Cummings to Willard Rich
ardson, one acre in township no. 14;
F. Elder to R. W. Phillips, 11 acres
in township no. 14; consideration $276.
C. B. Powell to J. W. Powell, 302
acres in township no. 4; consideration
S. W.Rfuff, Sheriff, to Judy Ford, 137
acres in township no. 7; consideration
Elizabeth E. Crumpton to Thos. J.
fl. Murphy, 108 acres ini township no.
18; consideration $200.
- Jumes H. Rion, Attorney,'to Emma
E. Anderson, 1000 *seres in township
no. 10; consideration $6448.84.
H. L Eloto Wade Herndon, 200
acres in township no. 10; considera
J. T. Dawkins to Mary E.-C~inaw,
414 acree Ih'township no. 18; consid
It. W.frice. to Thomas W. Brice,
28 abref ij Ibenship no. 2, olheidei'a
W . D. Evalis to Lomuel E. Shairpry
28 acres in towlship b. 6; considera
Silas It. Perry to Lemuel E. Sharpe,
20 acres in township no. 6; considera
James A.: Milling to. 8. E. Rich
s mond and E. J. Hamilton, 240 acres in
township Ito. 1; consideration $1500.
James A. Milling to S. E. Rich
t mond, 12 acres in township no. 1;
consitleration $150. .
I Jaies A. Milliiig'to'David M. Mil
ling, 260 acres in township no. 1; con
W. J. Jones and N. E. Jones to
Postell Harrison, 222 acres in town
ship no. 0; consideration $800.
11. L. Elliott to Wesley Young, 25
acres in township no. 14; considera;
Sainuel Lauhon to John Lanhon, 190
acres in townsiip no.. 8; consideration
Jno. B. Davis, Sheriff, to George H.
McMaster, 107 acres in township no.
1; consideration $389.
Margaret Gibson to George 11. Mc
Master, one are in township no. 14;
S. W. uiff, Sheriff, to Sarah E.
Warren, 300 acres iii town'shI 'no. 6;
Francis Elder to John Sawyer, 153
acres it township no. 12; considera
Leroy R. Fee to James T. Oglesby,
157 acres in township no. 1; consid
eration 16 bales of cotton.
J. F. Lyles to John G. Mobley, one
.fourth of an acre in township no. 1;
E. F. Lyles to C. B. Lyles, 234 acres
in township no. 10; consideration
Job'L. luey to Urlah J. Stuck, 289
acres in township no. 13; considera
Francis 11. DuBose to the. Trustees
of Mount Zion A. M. E. Church, 4
acres inl township no. 10; considera
Robert W. Brice and others to Mar
tha E. Brice, 00 acres.in township nto.
2; consideration $5.00.
Lafayette Potect to Susannah A.
Lumpkin, one lot in Winnsboro; con
H. L. Elliott, as.Executor, to B. G.
Tennant, 1121 acres ilit*nship no. 2;
John Vanfield to Cretia Vanfleld, 54
acres in township no. '13; considera
Rt. M.' Sims, Secretary of State, to
Fratnk Graves, 33. acres in township
no. 2; consideration $132.
T. Ellison Cloud to Patrick M.
Spence, j.of lan acre in townshiip no.
8; considertation $400.
Jacob A. Schwartz to David W.
Tidwell, 17J acres in township no. 8;
consideration$100.- . .
David W. Tidwell to R. S. Desprte's
& Co., 25 acres in township no. 6; con
Navi,1 H. Caronan to Ann Fee, 200
icres in township no.-2; deed of gift.
S . and M. Leitner to G. H. Schwartz,
8 acres in township no. 11; considera
Silas Johnstone, Master, to Thomas
Heleg Ies8aces -in township no. 11;
SamL. 1bctn~oato Dennis Cason, 162
acres liomebtio. 4; consideration
ainl. Catheir to6 Johni Vinson, 110.
acresi&:to Wi5ishf no. 4; consideration
Silas Joidtne noMaster, to George
T.'Litzff, 2895 p~c~ in township no.
1 3; considoi'itio' ($.20.
SilaisJohnsto~io,%faster, to Q. Hipp,
282j acrnes in township no. 13; consid
W. H. Kerr, Clerk of Court, to The
John H. Catheart Company, 1276 acres
ini township no 6; consideration $360.
-W. H. Kerr, Clerk -of Court, to John
W. Lyles, 123 acres in township no.
13; consideration $100.
Washington A. Clarke to J. Feaster
Lyles, 176 acres in township no. 13;
J. C. Feaster to J. Feaster Lyles, 50
acres in township no. 1; consideration
-Richard Cabeen to 1R. G. Miller, 157
acres in towvnship no. 2; consideration
Dai .Perry to L. E. Sharpe, 28
ace ntwnship no ;consideration
W. D. Evans ter Jesse C. Rose, 81
acres in township no. 6; consideration
ANEW supply of Family and Planta
16 bbls. Choice New Qrjeans Molasses,
80 bbls. Choice Onba ldyrup, besides other
Jaokson's best grades Family Flour.
A lot of Pattent Family Flour-the best
in the Boro.SU A S
All grades, from the highelet to the
. ',teaberry (something new). Bio and
Ilava. Aled Parched 1ifo and Java.
Bouht before th~e advane, and other
ariolo too numerouis te mnention. All
sold at the 1o0foat poAeible ptices.
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
WINNSBORO NATIONAL BANK,
W INNSBORO. in the State of Souti
Carolina, at the close of business,
February 21st, 1881).
Loan and discounts, $71.243 7(
Overd-afts, 1,191 41
U'.S. londs to secure circulation, 78,000 (A
Due from approved reserve
agents, - - - 15,884 4'i
Duo from other National Banks, 11,799 04
Real estate, furniture and fix
tures, 1,453 45
Current expenses and taxes paid, 761 22
Bills of other Banks, 1,449 00
Fractional Currency (including b
niokels), 62 06
Specie (including gold Treasu
ry certificates), 3,98 60
Legal tender notes, 0,000 (0
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (6% of circulation), 1,875 00
Total, $190,509 00
Capital stook paid in, $75.000 00
Burplus fund - 4,060 50
Undivided profits 4,44984
National Bank notes outstand
ing, 60,000 00
Dividends unpaid 18 50
[ndividual deposits f.uueot to
cheek, 40,117 80
Due to other Nationi Lanks, 862 42
Total, $190,609 06
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Fairfield, sa:
I, T. K. ELLIOTT, Cashier of the above
named bank, 'do solemnly swear that the
%bove statement is true to the best of my
knou ledge and belief.
T,. K ELLI6TT, Cashier.
Subscribed an4 sworn to before me this
27th day of February, 1880.
Wig. N. CuaANDEn, Notary Public.
W. R. ROBERTSON,
JAB. A. BRI,3E, Directors.
G. H. MoMASTElt,
COM1E QUICK I COME QUICK I
COME QUICK I COME QUICK I
AND BUY STOCKINGS.
AND BUY STOCKINGS.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose
WILL 'BE SOLD
WILL BE SOLD
Cheaper than ever heard of.
Cheaper -than ever heard of.
Half Price, Half New York Cost,
Half' Price, Half New York Cost
COME AND SEE.
McMASTERI, BRICE & CO.
Bug Notions, White Goods, Hosier'
and Calicoes at the corner store of ,1
M. Bleaty & Co.
Remember J. M. Beaty & Co. makE
a specialty of the Blay 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 corne
Eleganit Cashmieres, Momnie Cloths
Worsted, Alpacas, Dress Linings
Crinolinue, &c., at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s
You will find Bleached Goods, Sea
Island Goods, Domestics, Tickings
Kerseys and Jeans at the corner stor<
of J. M. Beaty & Co.
.Groceries of all kinds, Candy, Crack,
ers, Tobacco, Cr~ckery Wooden ware
Plows, Cutlery, Shot, Powder, etc.
always in stock at the corner store o:
J. M. Beaty & Co.
,J. M. Boaty & Co. are selling Cloth
Ing, Hats, Rubber Suite and Shoes al
lorvest cash prices.
Now Goods of all kinds continuall'
arriving at J. M. Beaty & Co.'s, 01
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ALL persons holding claims, of what
soever nature, against the Estate o:
JONATHAN 0. MATTIHEWS, deceased
are hereby required to establish their de.
mands before the Court of Probate og
Fairfield County, on the first day o1
March, A. D. 1880, at ten o'clock In thE
January 27, 1880,
J. R. BOYLES,
Jan 29-txtd Judge of Probate.
Messrs. Editors: As nominations are in
:order, permit us to present the name of
O)L. JNO. B. DAVIS as a candidate for
Sheriff at the ensuing election, subject.
of course, to the action of the Democratic
primaries. MANY FRIENDS.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE..
Messrs. Editors : Please aniou'ice the
present incumbent, J. R. Boyles, Judge
of Probate, as a candidate for re-election;
at the ensuing election, subJebt to the ao
tion of the Democratic party at the pri.
maries. By so doing you will oblige his
14 MANY FRIENDS.
Messrs Edito rs: Please announce 1
J. Preston 3ooper as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for sheriff at the
coming 'election (subject to the decision
of the primary election) and oblige many
friends in the
SOUTuWESTEnN PORTION oF THE COUNTY.
FOR COUNTY COMMiSSIONER.
The friends of Mr. James G. Heron, of
Salem, respectfully nominato him for the
office of County Commissioner at the en
suing election- -subject to the actioAi of
the Democratic primary.
JUST ARRIVED one of the finest as
sortntent' of Liquars in the Boko. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Neetar,
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. loanoke 1yo, the oldent.18
ditto. Corn Whiskey of the best grades.
North Carolina Corn,Sweet an d Sour Mash
of the best grades. Also. Wines and Bran,
dies of th e finest brands. I have also a
fin-, lot of Cigars and Tobacco which I
will dio'>ose of at roasoiible pricos for
cash only. Give mne a'eall, Mid I will treat
you right. Philadelphia Lager Boer al
ways on hand from the c.Alrobitel frrm of
Berger and Engoll. Youc an frid mo at
all times at the Bar under the Winnsboro
Hotel, next door to D. R. Flenniken's.
Call and see me. J. CLENDINING.
COME AND SEE
Coilor & Ch-illler's.
. INE Walimit Clo Gol,4 1i,..Sil
ver Watches, Jewel-yi 6f. all. (Acrpll
tions, sterling Silver' 4J Platedware.
. Carvers, Bread, Table 'm and cket
Fine China and Glass Tea-Sets.
Pitchers, Preserves, Goblets, Tum
WAWY GOODS :
Vases, Toilet Sets, Mugs, Citps, &c.
Lamp)s and Lam p Burners whieh make
I accidents impossible. . Violins, .Bows,
e Strings, &c.
r' jan 10
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
.JA1ES W. EAW.
Why not insure your pr'operty? See
the cost of a per diem expense:
r Daily cost of insuring $1,000 at B per.
cent per annum is only 83 oeents.
At 2 per cent, per annum is only 7co
At 1 per cent. per annum 'is .only 4 c.
L At 1 per. cent. per annum is only 2t c.
Atiprcent. per annum- is only 2 c.
At2prcent for 8 years is only 1.88
At 14 per cent. for38 years isony 1.55 e.
I At 14 per ceni, for 6 yearsin '0.88.
At 2peor cent. for 5 years is only 1.1 c.
Dwellings in town or. country, detach
ed, insurable at the following rates, viz.:
Fror one year ( per cent.
For three years 14 per dent.
. For five years '2* per cent, *
Barns and contents, gin houses, baled
cotton, store houses, merchandise, mills
*and ohurches insurable aL adequate rates.
I represent only the very best cornpa..
nies of long experienc, and well establish.
JAMES W. LAW,
Haing associated ourselves togetber
for the purpose of carrying on the
OGROCERY AND SUPPIY TRADE,
We beg to Iibrm our frends and the
PubliotlMa4 wehbave on handa ftallstock
of CofeM. Sugars. FlohVt MolaasAs,
Buckwvheat, Hams, Canned Qoods etc.,
together with Bacon Meal, Shoes, kails
anid all such articles as are required by
persons desiring advancep.
Wo are also prepared toknruish dratb
- leas Guantos at fair prices,
. - . . C. GOODINGa,
T. K. ELLIOrT.
shuso 1csigs l
gteb. wU be-.
JUST RECEIVED I
A New Invoice
White and Colored Embroidcries
and Edgings at
EXTRA LOW PIUCES I
An early call will repay ladies.
We ask you only to come to
stock and to hear
the prices, and if you
do not find it to your ad
vant to buy, we will not ask you
to do so.
P. LINDECKER & BRO.
AL a SORTS OF NICE GROCERIES
Fresh Augusta Flour, of all brands, Fr6bah
Buckwheat Flour, Kentucky Dried Beef,
Breakfast Stripas, Newv Mess Ifackerol, Now
Mess Shad, Fish in all sized maeaKes,
suitable. for plantation use. 1 ure Loal
Lard in cans, bnckets nnd tubs, Seed and
Eating Irish Potatoes, -Garden Seeds, oto,
. . -ALSO
Steel Plows, Collens & Co.'s Axa,
Boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grad,
cents per lb. and upward.
A large stock of Liquors, Wines, and
Cigars. Give me a cal -
W HI. DONLY,
dec 18 On- the Cor-ner.
TO THlE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
l' HEAVE established a Sale Stable at
IWinneboro, and am prepared to
sell stock stock on very accomnmodat
ing terms, either for cash or on time
until next fall for negotiable paper.
Persons wishing to buy or swap wvIll
do well to call on me before purchas
will also pay the highest cash price
CORN AND FODDER
Delivered at my Stable on Congress
Street, located one door south of the
Jan 20 A. WIal Itrn.
- ./ THE
NEW~ iTAE tIlIAI DESK
ieo ANDor aCsP, .IS
()NE of the handiest and most popu
lar inventions of modern times. Cn
be attached to any arim-chair without
tobie. Price, *.50, *8.00 and *2.546.
or. )ricuarb dres -
JaR ~ WinnpbokQ,8,Q.
FIIEE -A V1
-THEB WORLD R'
WiLSON SE WIl
in workmansbi1p is Cqual to a Chronoin.
pd as n' firtst-class Piano. It received t
And Centonial Expositio:s. 1' 81,W8
other mac'lins. Its capacity is urflUnii
MACHINE'S sold in the United Statcs
Others. . The WILSON MENDING A'T
of repairing WI LHOUT PATCHIII\G,
AGENT} LSON SEW
GEOR1EOR A.CL R -
40 0RAD A, NE0OK
. ..1- A _ _. . - T .
Thle distincetive fealtnres of -this. Spoolp
oftt ii are that it is ma1ide froml thio'ver
S'EA iAND COTTOIN.
It if" inished sort asi thle.. cotton- from, ti
.which it i md1101, it hts no waxngr I
atcilfinis~h to deceive the( eyes''4; it is ti
the Ntrongest, a fnothest and .osf th astiie s1
witgn ihread in th e market; for machine
sowing it *has n-egnal; it is wound on'
WH ILT S P00LAS...
The Bla3c -
* J ET JiL4O .TC
ever producedl in spool cotton, being .t
yed by a system patented bf .ourselves,.
oclosare dyed by the
* NEW ANILINE PRlOCESS. -
rendering them so p~orfect and br.ha Th f
that dress-mnakers eiverywhero use tlnfin
istead of sowing sillk..
- A (Gold Me.,d was awardedl this spool
ootton at Paris. 1878, for- "gm'eat strengili.,
and "'genonal excelleneoj" befling the high
est award given f'or spool cotton.
We in vito co imarison1 and iespbcetfully
ask ladies to give it a fair trial anid con- -
vineo themselves of its superiority over I
To be had at wholksalo and-yetailof
J. 0. B3OAG.
05BARRELS Buist's selected Irish
~.PJ Potatoes, 1 car-load of WVhit~o 8
Seed Oats, -1 car-load of Lime, and a ful (
stock of selected
We are agonts for tho following br.mnda
of Guanos: Patapsoo, Lowe's Georgia f
Formula, Acid Phosphate, G. Obor & Sons,
SoniuDle Amnmoniated Super Phosphate of
Lime and Dissolved Bone, South Caroli
Give us a onll, and wve will give yott
BOTTOM FIGURES. .]
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
>tor Vatch, aid'as 'eganly inidil.
10 higlhe.st awards at the Vienmia
ONE-FOURTH FASTER than
od. Thero ai'o moro WILSON
than tho combined sales of all tle
TACHMENT, foi- doing all kinds
given FiREE with each acnohin.
No MACHINE Cos
T .,T. s. A
OF.S [tO ATtQUE
30 UNI1N 5 UARE
ASW NEW-YORK -CITY.,FSo
kyer's Cathartic Pills,
'or all the purposes of a Family Physic,
mnd for oirin Costiv'eness, Jaundice,
Inldigetiou, oul Stomaoh, Breath,
loa acho, Brysoolas, Rheumatism,
.T'ruptions and Skn --iseases, -Bl.
iousnoss, Dropsy, Tumors,Worms,
Neuralgia, as a Dinner Pill,
for Purifying the Blood,
Are the most e!
mial purgative ever
c discovered. 'Th1tv
- 1re .mil.- bit ke'
- feutual, in their
- >eraol. lmovinig
th e howels surolv
and without pain.
- their operation,
-they are still. -thie
most thorough and
C mnedicine that canl be emplyed : cleans
ig the stoimach and bowels. anid even the
ood. In small doses of one pil a day
key stimuliate the digestive organs'
romote vigorous healti.'
Avuin's P.i.i .have been known for
tore than a quarter of a centiry, and have
btained a world-w.ide, reputation for their
irtues. They.correct diseased action in
me : several Assimilative organis of 'the
cilly, and are so composed -that obstrue
obs within their raug can rarely with
taid or.evade them. NQt-o0ly do they
nur iJie .every-dviy nmphints-f efery
otty, but also fornmt able and dingirou a
isezises thaL have bafled thie best di.
aL ell'eets, thxey are, aL thie. same lime, the
afeist .andl best phyvsid 1be-children. W
heir apemrient action they 'gri-pe nwohl leds
han thme commnon liurgatives, and. never
ive pain wrhen t. bowels a not iinlamed.
hey meach the vital fountains of' thme bloodI,
nid s,.renmgthecn the system by freeinig 'it
rom1 the elementa of' weakness. -
Adapted to all ages and conditions in
11 climates, containimg neither' calonmel
oan deleteiotus drug, these Pills mayi
e'taken ivithi safet'y by anybody.' Their
ugar-conting preserves them ever fresh,
nd 'makes them pleasant to take; while
eing purely vegetable, no harm can arise
i-om their use in any quantity.
)r, J. C, AYER & C0,, Lowell, Mass,,
Practieal and Anal tical'-Ohemiptm.'
OLD BY ALL DRtUGZT EVERlYWHERB.
OLD "CAVE" CORN
This is the' Simon pure artiele,
nized and sdid by the United Sttes
)Vl'overnment. The regular "ruoon
hino."- - -
U. G. DEiSPORTES.
Senpper'nong Wino 'at $1.50 per
allon. Delightful:for Xmas.
Dry, Goods, OIdtljing, Saddles,
Iridles and IHrness.
Call aiidlexamnine my' alogk before
mrichasing elsewhoi'e. Satisfaction
U. G. DESPORTES.
'IEST PTLEM1IUM AWARLDZD >AT 'U .4
GEORGIA STATE F'A KE,'
Fot' Cheapndes, Simpliity~ and
)nriability this Sheller stands with~
'ut a riVal.
*PRICE, oNLY.Y O.,40
t. S. DESPOUV1ES & O(~
Agntrdge~~f, &' ,
?. G.4DS& E