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TO ND COUNTY.
WEDEMSDMY, Juno 9, a a 'a 1880.
. TERMs (F Tin NEws AiDnidA.
-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per
ann1m, in advance; weekly edition,
two dollars and fifty cents pe'runnum,
In advance. Liberal discount to- clubs
of live and uplwards.
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tracts for.thiee, six or tweh e months
made o)* very liberal tea Ins. Trai
sent local notIces, fifteen cents. per
line for the first insertion - and seven
and one-half cents per 1ln' for ciach
spbsoquentinsertioi. Obituaries and
tributes of respect .charged as adver
tisements. Simpnlle naouiceniats o
marr-ias:gS aind deaths published free of
charge, and solicited.
All coMMMunications, of Wihatsoeve'
nature, should he addressed to the
Wiishoro Publishing Compamy
Winnsboro, S. C,
Masonic Meeting-G. B. McCants,
Knights of Honor-T, S. Chandler,
The Winnsboro Gun Club have de
terminned to participate in the shooting
match in Clouibia on the 16th inst.
Mr. W. J. Crowder has brought. to
our office a ootton-stalk, of this year's
growth, wihich mensures threo- feet
in height. This is certainly remanrka
ble. Can anybody beat it?
The Columbia Mercury has suspend
ed publicat.ion, the good-will of the
paper having been purchased by the
Yeoman, The Mcrciry did good service
in its short career, Und Its suspelsion
is a loss to the jouramlism of the State.
We are requested to state that ice
cream will be served at the Witnsbo
ro Hotel this afternoon. Ample accom
m11odatiolls ire provided ror'both ladies
and geitlemen, either separately or in
parties, Persons may also hav crearn
sent to their residences.
The only case tried in thC Court of
General Sessions yesterday was that of
the State vs. Rev. David Glenn, color
ed, charged with rape-Mr. A. M.
Mackly appearig for the defence.
The case of the State it beig made
out, his 11onor, the presiding judge,
with the consent of the Solicitor, di
reeted the jury to acquit, which was
-hA2IX;N' OF TIIE TILRD-TEJRCHERS
A Prose Popm From the UnpublIshed Frag
mentR ot Ossian-edficated to the nIeroem
1. Old Simon's son, T. Donny Ca
n1limay, down thme peoples' throats Grant
irled to ram11i, lie got sm11ashed onl the
sitoot and was smizzled to boot, andI
be slunk off boohooing, "Ohl daniny."
2. Th'lat pompllons, piretenitiouis, Sir
Rloscoe, the bloated hull frog otf
-Owvasco, at Chicago he, too, founad his
fell Waterloo, as Canonchet has prev
en his Moscow,
3. The untamed Shacknasty ,Jack
Logan, wrhooped his hoarse, ungram
matical slogan, but lo ! in a trice, did
he find himuself h'isted on thae aniti
Lbhi rd-termers broad birogani.
4. The wondering, wily Ulysses.
grown fat upion taffy and kisses, foi
the White IIouse was5 booked, butt lhe
finds1 his goose cookedl, and( "'as good
a~s a amile a sqiuare miss is.'
5i. This sweet scented seoun younag
Fraeddy, wvho alvays to gobble is
read(y, "'That. they went hnel(k on1 P11 in
that nasty (Chica-go's a dad-blasted
dece-dee shamue," sid he,
T'12CONFED)E HATE S U17 1'(RS.
Me[eting of the Fairnioldl Association--Adiop
tion of a Conistituationt--iscllanecous
[REPORTED FOR THE NEWs AND) HERALD.)
Pursuant to notice the Fairfild suir
vivors of the Confederate Army met in
the Court House on Saiturday, ,Junea 5,
1880, the president, Col. Jno. U. Davis,
in the chair. -'The mainutes of the last
mneetilg were read and aind confh'med.
The committee appointed at the lasi.
mecetinmg to draft a constitution, pre
senated tihe following, wrhich w as unmani
nmously adopted :
AniT. I. This organuizaition shall be0
knowvn as The Confederate Survivors'
Association of Fairfild Countv'.
Awr. 1L. Every person who 'was en
rolled in tihe service of' the Conlfed(erate
States of America, and who resides
wvithin the limits of Fairfield count.y,
shall be elgible to meambership in t.his
Association at any annual or spmeciali
ART. III. The officers of this Asso
clation shall be a prIesidenat, three vice
presidents, a secretary and treasurer
aLnd a corresponding seereta.iy.
Sec. 2. These officers all be electedl
annually, and shall hold( their offices
for~ one year, andc until their sauccessors
Sec. 3. Thel president shall preside
over all meetings of this Associationa,
and in his abseanco the senior vice
president present shall p)reside(.
Sec, 4. Thme oflcer knuownm as the
secretary and treasurer shall record
ad preserve the minutes of (lie pro
ceedings of all mInutes of this Asso..
elation In a book used exclusively for
for that pinrpose, anid also keep a re
cord of all facts andi inforunatoui'e
sented to this Association by the Comn
mittee 'on Statistics inm thoir annual r'e
ports, and receive and disburse all
funds, from whatever source arising,
as the the same be authiori'zed by time
Executive Comnmittee, and make an an
naual replort thereon.
AnT, IV. The object of thuis Associa
tion shall be a genaeral reuniona of those
who wvere engaiged in thue Confederate
servIce, who reside In Fairfild county ;
to gather anmd preserve all Incidents
and facts-bonniected with anid illhustra
tlva of each command represented in its
membership, commemorative of its
life, aets and (101ngs; and to keep alive
old memories and friendships.
SA RT. V. There shall be an Execntive
(olin0ittee, to 'ei)slst of the officeers of
this Asadelation, and one member
from each townshIp in the county. The
President shall be ex ofio chairman
of thie said E out,iVe: committee, and
shall have power' to call sphefiul meet
ings of' thQ same. .This committee
shalI have dIecrotionary flowo4 t.a
peounIa anfirs of this AW)loo.
-AuT. VI. There Abaltibo i Coinit
too on S,tatiAties, tW. cotitist of onu
member from each company of ever;
QIxnization ropresonted in the m1ein
11ON(lhll) iff this Association, which Skall
carry out, a' far as lies in their power
the objecfa of this Association, as de
clared inl Article IV.of-this constitution
Aild inabet anil antual report In cael
Atur. VII. This Association shial
meet. ann1ually at Wilninsburo, on th
first. Katurday in Augist.
Mr. . H. McMaster movotl that th,
Execut.iveo Committee be instructed ti
(like stops at once to make arrange
monts towards providing a dinner a
(he approaching annual meeting, am
to secure Somel1 one to deliver anll ad
dress on that occasion. Unanim)ousl
Tho Followig niew members wer,
enr11olled:. Geni. Jilo. Dratton., W. Me
Blair, C. B. Blair, Dr. It. 13. 11anifhanl
Thos. Wilkes, J. D. MuCarley, G. A
WNhtj,r. M,. NolSonI.
It was resolved that these procced
ings be published ill T-i, NEwS AN]
On motion, the imeoting tho1 ad
710C11R1*FO11T'S CIilTHO U1.
le Recoives a Sovere Wound In an Encoun
ter with 31. Kooelfun.
11Cnr1i Rochlefor't, tho nlotoriouw
Flrenlchl Comni in it Ilist, fought. a duel if
Switzerlaid on Fri.day, withi a MIr
Koechlii. It is stated 'that so fin' a
courage goes there was 11ohing i
choose betweenl the two aitafronists
althougl Iochefort wvas 1muchIA 1110r
Iervolsly excited .111d1 irritated that
Koechllin. The lat.ter is a tall, strouigh
built man, about twenty-iiie yelrs 0
aIge. Die was formerly a cavalry ofil.
eel', but is low the di-ector of a' 1argI
factory (it Itheims.
The encoum.t'r lasted barely tw,
iniutes. At the first pass 1tochelort
who, like Koechlin. wore gloves, lo.
hold of his sword, amid as Tie was at
lemptingf), to parry a thrust, Koeclilin'
weaponl pierced himl inl thle Stomach
The physicians imumediately interferel:
anid forbade thn' continuation of the
combat. The wound is secemingh
small, but is deep 'in the epigastri
region. lear tile steriiln. It is nuel
swollen and extremely painful. 1-a
it been a trifle deeper 1toohliwt't 11111s
have been killed. This is lRocheiort'
eighth duel. III nearly all lie has beei
wouilded. In this last oncounter tl
adversaries did not shake hands oi
speak to eachother before or after ih
duel. On t.he way homlie lochefort.'
carriago drove past youig tochefoi
and two correspodenlits of thie Mo
W rd' re, who had just gole out to ge
lews of the du1el. "Good-daN," ',Iit
Roch(efort, briefly, "I am w'ounded
it's nothing to speak of." The flou
scends were stopped by Che gen
direiics of the Cni1ton, who had go
winld of the aflair. The seconds, how.
ever, sieceeded in passing themselve
oil as touriists, and escaped. M. Vilar
the correspoldlit who was so lcl
lisinclinledN to light, represeited tll
F"iga'o in Geneva at. the time, and no1
the Galis. This morning the entir
stafi of the latter journal declare thei
selves ready and willing to fight an
numiiber of duels with young itochec
fo)rt's friends, Lecppelletier (It the No
d'Ordre and t he Communist Olivie
Paini. 1f these latter wiill only trea<
on the coat tails of the belligereni
scr'ibes~ of the Gaulois ther'e will be
good time for the undertakers.
AN ADVENTUuIE IN A HoG TRoUui
-D)uring the recent swell jni the Ca
tawba River, from heavy~ rains ii
Nort hi Cariolinait, our iarmecr friend, Mr
Geo. McC. WitheLrspoonl, .Jr., had quit<
ani ad(ventIur'e. lie wanited1 to visit
lui huseket. ini the river, anid I 1thIbateal
not beinig at handi, lhe conluIded1 hi
wOold get into ani old hog trough whice)
wasz lying oni the ban11k of' the r'iver
anid row hiiiuself out to where (lie has
ket. was f'ast.enedl. Accordingly lie se
sail and was not long in reachimng hi:
dest ination, but venturing a little be
yonid, lhe strucik the current of (lie riv
eir, whien thie trough b)ecamne uinmanage
able and begani to whliril arounid like
top, beaing down the river at thi
samen time at a raplid rate. Just belov'
(lie p)oint where lhe launched his canoi
the river is considerably shoalv'. Thi~
hog trongh sailed over 'the roc'ks am
down the rapids like an arrow, sti]
whlirling, unil it reached (lhe deep wa
ter' ,ncar Fudlge's Island, where h<
gained control of his vessel, wh'len hi
set sail f'or laud ini earnest, lie fortu
naitely lande(bd wit hout, sustaininug an;
in.iury, Hie is resolved, however, tha
a hog trough is po00r dbeplendence on
swollen river'.-Lancaster JReview.
No11 IIR Ews A nMrrlo.-Consqidel
ab118 stir has been created in Nov
York over t.he announcement that Mr
Lackmnier, propr)lie'tor of' St. Mark'
Ilhotel, Stateni Island, had posi'
lively refused to furniish acconuiodl
lions to Mrs. .Ja0ob)i, wife of ani emi
inent Hebrewv medical practitionier, (1
.New Yorik, and1( 1her famIly. Mrsi'
.Jacobi occuiIes a most eniviale socin
p)osit.ioni, is ai descenidanit of Gen. Israc
Putnam, of' Revolutionary memiory, I
a sister of' George P. Putnam, the well
k nownm publisher, and hmas never' em'
bra'Iced tile IIebrewv religion. Accord
inig to Mr's. Jacobi's staltemenlt, wii
is confllimed by the lanidlor'd, wheni sh
aimnnned her namne lhe replied: "W
have decided not to take any Hiebrew
this year; we felt that they injured ui
iast year." Lackmier said' thougl
Mr's.'TJacobi was not a Hebrew, sh
wvould lhe enitering wedge in St. Mar'k'
new pbolicy that would not beay
It whole a wveek, andl that to admit
mnember (11 a Jewvish family at thm
star't would hardoly b)e a fair way t
A LAnY S1!o.-We are Informe
that very rccenmt ly, Mr. 'Tur iner Barbei
a gentlemian living in Pleasant Valle
townsip, was thle innocent cause of
very pinlflh accidenit to Mr's. Barber
Is wife. Our' inforimnation is to thi
efrect that as Mr. Barber' was in Vii
act of taking a seat In a chair the hami
mer11 of'a pistol, which he~ w~as car'ryln
in 01n0 of his coat-pockets, accidentall
came In contact with the chair. T1h
wea poni exploded, the bali taking et
t'ectn one011 of Mr's. Blarber's anIklet
peneotrati ng the bone. WVe under'stam
the wVound Is n)ot a ser'ious onie, bu
very painful .-Lancaster Review.
-Sympathy is best shown who:
psractical In its application. Therefor<
when yrou sympathize with you
suffering baby, show it practically b,
tisiig Dr'. Bull's Baby Syrup and thu
citre yotir child. Price only 25 cent
Ti4o is an arlticle going the round
buatitled 1"ow Girls Go to Sleep.
The,inainer In wh1ch they go to sleet
C-ding to the artiole, can't 111d
canl)dle to (ho way a ilarri-d 'woint
goes to sleep. lii8tead of t.liinkingc
what she should have attended to b
for going to bed, she thinks of it,
I terwartd, While shi1 is revolvinir thes
111Mtter,inl her mind, anld while zill,g]
ticked in bed, the old uim is scratol:
ilg i legs iI front of the fire, ai
woRidering how he will pay tle nkox
tiotith's roilt. Suddenly she sayz:
"Jam11s, did you lockthe door?"
'"'The ellaIr door," sayi ehe.
"No," says James.
"Well, you'd better go down an
lock it, .or I heard soili one inl 113
back ya'd lant Iight."
Accordinigly, Jiies paddles dow
stairs mnd locks the door. About (h
3 time Janes retuli'ns, antl isgoing to g(
iito bed, si romml'is:
" Did you shut t lie stair door?"
> "NO, bays'Jafil)es.
"Well, it' it is not shut, (lie cat wi
get up into the bed-oonm."
. 'et her 0omne t1), thell," said Jame
"My goodness, no1" returns ti
wife, "she'd sick the habv's b.ea(lh.
-Then Jamen., inddles dowii stahi
gain, andt() stels on a tack, and closu
lie stairI (1oorI-, and curiises the oat, an
returns t thie bed-rooln. Just 1s i
begin1 to clilti) into his couch his wil
4I t'orgot to brilg up1) somlio walte
I Suppose you lbing Som1 in the bi
Aid so Jaines, with a mnuttere
nirse, goes down ilnto tile hIrk kitel,
(It, aid falls over a chair, and rasls a
tle tinwarl) oil' the wall, in search C
the "big" tinl, and then lie jerks th
stair (1(ooro open a1nlud howls:
"Where the (3 o ! are the imi&'el.e ?
She gives hiin minute direction
where to finid the matches, anld atdd
that she wolild rather go nud get th
water herselt' than.have the neighboli
h1ood rouse abot it, After wlh'e
Jani t bidsil1ds the inatches, pIrocures Ih
walter, comes ipl stairs and I pluiige
into bel. Presently his wife says:
Jailles, let's have all L.uderstaldin,
aboutt. money liattirs. Now, ne.N
week I've gotf to pay' .
"II don't know what, you've got t
1ar, 1111d I don't, care', shouts Jamiiies
Its lie lurches arouid Iaild 3ats18 hi l ue
agaitlst. the wall ; ''all I wiant is to g
I to sleep,"
"That's all very well for you," sunap
his wife, ats shte IlIS the covet
Viciouly, 'you never think of the woI
ry and trotible I have, And thorc0
- Aranmenta, who I believe is taking th
' 'Let her take 'em"' savs Jamei
sticking his legs out s straiglt as tw
t "It seems to tie von Iive no sells
Or i'Cli ii'." whines his wil'e, ''and
you hiad'Iany respect, for nie you votil
not Cat onions before yonl come 1.0 be(
The atinoshiere ol' the roomi frotm ti
t sinell Of onims is iorrid,
.NV"ell, go dowli and s:eep inl M
kitcheln, then, and let tme alone," sa
lfercupon she begins to crv sof(th
l)but about the tille 'Jtimes is fil1ling hnt
it gentle dozeshe punt)CIhes him in th
2,ribs wit' elbow aNdr says:
.' "'Did you hear that scadal Abot
.. ''What Jones," say~s .James, sleep)il'
t ''Why, M1's. Jone's."
i. "Whee?" inuquuires Jaines.
" 'I declar'e," says his wife, ''you ni
t gettinig finre stupid ev'ery day. Yo
kniow MrIts. Jones that lives at No. 2
Well, day bef'ore yesterday, Susa
Sinith told ri1s. Thtotnpson t'hat Sat
lBaker' had satid t hat Mt's. JTones hald"
IIere she pausties and listens. Janj(
is snorintg in pr'ofoun1d sluimber'. Wit
a sot of' rage sIhe p)u111 4111 the covei
Soft' him , wraps her'selft up inl themi an1
lays alwake until 2 a1. m3., l thikig ho'
badlyvabuscd she is. And thlit is 1.1
way a mau1riedI wotnant gobes to sleep.
t euar' monthly 'ommnifilcation
til Winn0bor oge No. 11, A. F. Mi
will bo held at Masontie Hail th
.. (Thursday) evening, at 84 o'cloek.
G. B. McCANTS,
Sjune 13-tit Secr.etary.
3 rj NIIE regular sem1fi-monnthly meeting of Tr'it1
3 nrtheWtrhood LOldge, No C4 . will hIe hekld
1 aisonte llaR tihis aternoon001 at. 5 O'clock. A f0
watenae is desireld, as nominiat Ion of o11lee
june tOE. 8. CHTANDLETR,
juno 10 eporter.
An Ordinance to Prevent the Carryin
of' Deadly Weapons.
B.BITENACTElD AND ORDAINED I
the ;fIntendant and WVardlens of Li
-Town of Windsbor'o, 8. 0., in Coutne
I. That hereafter it shall not he lawfi
-for anly person to calrry concea4ild abot
s his person,. witin tbo c0ioporate limiits
- the said Towni, any pistol, d'irk, dirl
knife', bowie-knife, razgr, sling-siho
- brass knnokles, sand-baug, sword-cane
j' othor dealdlly weapon.
. II. Th'lat any one violating this Ordl
nonance, shall he arrested by the polic' an
c ommtittedl to tihe gulard.iheulse, uini
godbl,in thle 81utn of fifty dollars, I
th onCouncil for trial when sn
- IIII That any one violating thiis Ord
1 nance, shall, ut7on conviction thercof', 1
fl lned not exceeding lifty dloliars, or be in1
a pirisonled 1in tihe counlty jail for a term na
exceeding ton dlays.
sJDone in Council, this the 7th cday
May, cighteen hundred and eighty, wit
thle corporato seal of' said Town aflixed.
Attest:JAS. A. BRIC1E,
An Ordinance to Provent the Frlightos
ing of' Horses.
I. That, fromo and after the passage
1thia Ordinanrco. it shall not be lawful fi
zany person to fly any ite, play any gani
of foiot bali, or engage int any other gan
Lcaicuilated to frighten hlorses, On ti
,streots of Bald Town knowni as Congro
street or Washington street.
II. That any peron~1 violatinig this C
.diniance, shall1, upon1 conIvictionl heore<
bo finod iln a aumi not, axceoding ten d<
Done In Council, this 7th dlay oIf Ma
eighteen huntd red and eighty, and ~vil
- the corporat.e seal of said T'own aflixed.
t E. S. CHANDLER.
1O. W. BUCHANA N,
ATTOltNEY AT LAW AND TRIAL JUSTI(
WINsWBORO, S. C.
F 1 N E I Q.U R S.
.on U83yldaoo Whily ha 'inkeyu.
Aio, liotterdami Bratidty. Col f1.4r
-,iuch froI laiI to 1 0'lo0k 4Ver'y da
A1 r recon tl %y Id(e1 PXtoive addij.
* tion, to Illy o Olc Of Winog t Aull
liquort, w1jivil tionslifis OF % fuIll as.orl
ment of yo WhiSkC.y, l'r'01n W ky
F,rentih 1.1yondy, Appllo brawdy, Poach 1
Brandy, Sherry Whne, 6eupporitong wino,
Chn atu iye, vto , Oo.
.i cioaim to soll thle FINpST AND
PUl7REST HtYE WHISKEY to be had inl
Winnisbor i. Ullve it a trinl.
I also illso kc op on hand at fit'& sutpply of
8EG.J1A 1AN TO[4.1 CO,
IIn great variety, and adapted to) tho tastes
I Call at the PALETTO ILOUSE, in the
Wiknsboro Uotol buildin.
. .J. CLENDINING.
S moh 2,
NOQTIOE TO TAXI'AY1~ nS,
S W:mxHnono, S. C., May 13, 1880. (
THIS oflico will be open from the fir.t
of Juno to the 241th of July, 18h0, to re
ceive tax returns of personal proporty for
the fiscal year 1880. All male persons
between tho ig4 oftwensty-one nd sixt.y
years (except those exempt by law) aro
liable to poli 1ax, and will ro:wrt accord
ingly. I will aitend either in per (ju
or by d,puty at the following places Oil
the days speciflod, for the purpose of ro
cevivingc returns. viz:
Caldwell's Store, Juno 14.
Gladden's Grove, June 15,
It Durham's, June 10.
0 Bear Creek, June 18..
8 Woodward's, June 21 and 22,
Itidgeway, June 23 and 24.
IBlytheiw.)od, June 25.
Jennligs' Store, June 28.
Jenkinsville, June 29.
Monticello, June 30 anl July 1.
3 Feasterville, July 2 aind 3.
B luceld, July 5.
Balanco vf the tUno at Winn.boro
I. N. WITll8
may 15-1mi Auditor F. C.
HOW W'ATCHlES ARE MADE.
It will ba apparent to any ole, who will ex
m c amine a so,) (101.1) W jkTcn. that side from
the necessiry ililmkit-css for eigraving nii(l I
pollsling. it Lrge pr: rt-ti-t of Ilhe preciois
metal Itse(l. is needel 011Y to s0etil a1 101(
the engrnved port1;ioIls In place, and supply I he
[1 n cessary solidity an( Lstrengn 1I. The411 surpll4Is
. gold 1 aLIuIl:y SOnec.le so 1 -IITY amid
u beauty aire conoirned. In JAiM ES H08' PAT
HINT GOLD WAU ASES, (ihs W-ASTE (of Pr
c clous nictal is overcome, and the s.m j- so.mi-i-Y
S AND STINrI1 pOilCNl at, from 011c-I r1 to
one-half of I lke tisual co.t of solid cases. ThI1'
, proces:s Is of the most sim11ple nat.ure, aus fol- I
0 lows: a plate of niekel composit ton metail.
e specially a(aptdLc to the purpose, has two plates
of 80111D GOLD soldered one on eacti side. The
t. three are then passed between polished tseel
rollers, andl the result Is a stip of heavy plaed
- omp)osliln. f rei whichi the cases, backs, cen
t.res, boezzles, &~c,. atre cut and sliaped by stilta
ble0 dies and formnors. The gold in tliese enses
C is suiliet.lty thick to admit, of all1 kindls of
11 chasing, eng.raivlig anud onalneling; the0 etn
,gravedl cases have been cavil until worn per
n fcctly smooth by time ana(1 (ISO without, reov
n lng the gold,
-- THiis 18 TliE ONLY CASE MADE WITI'I TWO
S PLAT1ES OF SOLID) GOLD, A ND WVAlt1i.\NTPSD
hi iY SPECIA L CERTl'ICATE.
'8 For sale by Connor & Chandler and C. Muiilir.
d Ask for Illustra ted tl(ogueC an(1 to see war
V rant, mehi 11-ixiy
TO RAISE SUPPLIES FOlt3 TIlE MUNICiPAL.
fl E T1 ENACTED and ordained by thie
L)Intendant and Wardens of the Town
01 ofVWinsbr,.C, ini Council met, and
by the authority of the same:
That, for the p)urpose of raining sup.
plies for tihe year commhiencing A pil 1st.
1880, alnd e(ndling April 1st, 1881, a tax for
'the sums and1( in the manner hereinafiter
mentioned shaill he raise amnd paid into
e the treasury of' si.1 town for tihe use and1(
n service thereof, (hat, is to say: two an3d
11 ai half (2A) mtills ar l raloremf uplon every
4 dollar of' tile real and per1sonacl property
within the corporato innits of the town of'
Winnsboro; two dollars (2) to be palid by
every male1 inhabitanjt of said town lbe
twveen the ages of sixteen and fifty years
(except, fifty (501) actlive membeilrs of onieh
g lire company) inl lieu of working upon01
the atl-ects of said town, and three (3) por1
cent. utpon the amount of all sales at auc
y tion . All taxes assessed and panle
Leotunder this Ordinance shall be paid in the
il foliwing kinds of funds and no other;:
Gold and silver coin, United States cur.
il rency and National Bank notes. Acll taxes
it, assessed herein, shall1 be due and payable
if between tho 1st day of October and thne
c- 30th clay of November, 1880, inclusive,
i,, and all taxes remnainir.ig (duo anid unpaid
>r or. the 1st (lay of Decembeor, 1 8s0, shall b)0
collected by dlistress or othiorwiso, as pro
i scribed lby law, togel-hor iiithl all legal
d co.sts. All pernons owning property in
is the corporato limits of the said towvn of
e Winoshoro are roquired, between tihe 15th
,o day of June and1( (ho 1st, (lay of August,
3- 1880l, to mako a sworn return of
said p)ropert.y to ibe Towvn .Clerk, and thie
I- said Town Glerk is hereby required, when
0 pr'operty-hiolders fail or refusee to make
i- said sworn retulrn, to add fIfty (501) per
It cointainf to tihe return of the previo-.ts lmu.
if Done in Council (hid the 4th day of
h Juno. under the corporate seal of said
JAS. A. BRICE,
Atteat: E. 8. CIHANDLER,.
j une8 (Ulork.
>r TfWO car loads fine White Cornf,
0 I two car~ loads1 Fodder, Hay and
1 W ll a fnd it to thir interest to call
01n m11 befor'o they make thir lIpchaIs
cs. JNO. D. McCARLEY,
hi Li' In (he Htl' or0 son t of Sugnheilm
or & Gr'oeschel's C'othing Stor'e.
J. E. MI DONALD,
ATTORNEY AT bA W,
VQ. 8 LAW RANGE,
I WINNSBORIO, I.C.
W' In Bear oftCotut, Jiottso,
FOR COUNTY Cozzimy;ss1ion .
1. M. Z,1ALY as a ennd .l for the1 1ii -o'
1 iotin -sbject4t ol, the otonof th.e
Democratic primary. MT.y Frrra:1.
FOR COUNTY COMMlj.s.ONl .
4. 1e.-rs. Mitors: Plet.w itn nonllE M It.
1H. OSCAR )UKE' an canddt for Coutitty
Commissloner at. tho etsninu vi-etiop,
mubject to thu no(ion (if the D#mvlcratio
primary. ',NM XNY ITEN 1) :
FOU- COUNTY COSSloNER,
The friends of Mr. JAMES W. COLE
MAN respecithilly nomiinat him for fthe
oflice t,f Coiuty Coamitsioner of* F,ir
1d--- aubject (o the aet imn of the I)vwo -
FOl I IIEl" IF I.
Aes.'us. Nfliltors: I?le.-se 11nn1cvinen 'Mr
1R. E. ELLISON, JR1.. as a caindidtte for
Shierif of lirfield Coun'y. at the eniu
ing election--5ubjt to thl action of the
Denoratic priory. MANY P0uNSs.
FORt S rEtl
The nmn f\-otllI (of' \Mr. JNO. D. '.\T
CARLE,Y, recogniziun, his penuliar fitiss
for the ofilco, re.-;pec(fully nominato him
for S1ioritr of Fairilcld County--sibjeet, to
the notlon of the D-nouratio pr1mary.
FOl CO'NT4CO111l )l li .
110IIt'll 1). DOLICK as a eniidi'late for
CounY CommIIisiioier. (of 'a-iriAlb0 at. the
lsuling lcotiol---.sub.ject to the ictionl of'
the Damocrat ic primary.
FOR SCIMOL COMM11tSS10NXPjt.1
The frienils of DI. JOHN BOYD, ap
precintillfg ho skill, zeal and fidolity
with which he has dicharged tho dities
of School (nmminissiole.r, respoctfu11lly
nominate him for re-lectioi- mlijoct. to
the notion1 of the Democratic pitlhlarios.
.Itsss. Ilitor: As nominations are il
order, permit u to presniiit Olthe ol
COL. -TNO. 11. DAVIS v a candidate for',
fihiriff at thoe ensuing , ,ficn, -ubjv<-(,
of courjvo, to tho action of (lie Demnotratice
primarie, Auxy FIn.I . Im.
FOR JUDGEOF PROBATE.
Messrs. 10ailors ; Pleaso aniounce tll
presvnd incumbenit, J. R. Boyles, Judl-v
of Prolate, as a candidate for ro-eloolull
nf tie onsiling election, subject to the
lion of the Democnatio pirty at the pri.
muaries. By to doing yo will obili-e hi
14 MANY FeUNs.
kssrs I111rs: Pleasp 111111011e Mr.
J. Premt.on looper im i efandidat o for the
Deitocratic noiinationi for sheriff t it(e
Comin1g le(ioll (mibject. to 10 decisioll
of Ohe primory election) aid obligo inany
f'riemN in tie
SOUT-w.ESTRN Po:ioN O TIM COUNTY,
FOR COUNTY COMM ISSIONEl.
The frienc i ofi Mr'. Jameis (G. Heoron, of
Salom, respect.fully nominate him fo' till
oilice of County Commui1sioner at the0 on
suing elction- -subject to the act.ionl of
the Democraitc primllary.
jan1 17- (ii
FOR SCllOOL~ CONMISSlONE~R.
The fr'iends of the1 RCEY. JA MES DOUiIG.
LASS respectfully nominate him for f le
posit(ion of School Comm iissioner' of Fa ir
110h4 County at tile ensuing elect ion -.
subject to the act-ion of tile D)leo'rtic
parl y at. tho pr1imarllies.
Mesc'sr,s. 1liforns: P1lease announIlfce Mr'.
JAS. L IUIIMOND)l as candidate for
ShenIff lit tihe ensuing election, fsublject to2
tihe action of the Demuocrails Clubs at, the
primaruieo, and oblige MAN FanEns.
TO TfilE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD):
I1AVEV es4ta1b1lhed a Sale Stntue at
Wilnns1boro, and1( am preparedl(3( to
aell stock stock oin very( accommllodait
)ig termsli, either for' cash1 0or Oin 1ime
until next full f'or negotiable paiper'.
Persons wishing tIoiuy or swap will
do wvell to call on mec before purc'has
I will also pay the highest cash plrie
CORN ANDi FODlDER
Delivered at myi Stable on Conigr ess
Street, located 01ne door south or tho
To Persons Acenstomed to Sendlilg
Money by Recgister'ed Letter.
TiKERE'S NO SECURITY IN ilEUM.
If youri 11101ey is lost, or stolen, y'ou malOy
eatcoh the thief, but not thbe money-and
the money is WhaIt you want. Tho Gov
ernment don't repay such iossoa.
BUY A ChECK
From the WINNSB3ORO NATIONAL
BANK, which we wilt sell you at ten
ienlts foi' amlounlts not exee.dinig fit'toenl
dtolluars, fifteeni cents for amllounlts not ex
coed Ing twenty-five dollar'i twenty- fivep
ents for amiounhts 1101 ex(Oedling Htevenlty
five dollars., and ait not 'ihov'o thre'n
eighths per cent, for any amlounlt abhove
fthat, You aro thus matdo
ABSOLUTELY SEOUlRE AGAINST LOSS.
We guiarantee that. If . our' original
check is lost or stolen, we gve you a du
COME AND DEPOSIT WITII US.
We have just purchased a nowv time
lock, coitin~ $350, and the President him.
self can't open tbo safe whetn the look Is
running, . T. K ELLIOTT,
.Causbier Whor Nat. Banik,
EI.FO LECAV1l to inl'(for oIur
(hat we have purchasied1 from Mess;rs.
Aind hat we witIlli alwas keep on
h:nd a F:ULLi AND) 1ET2ECTED)
STOCK, A1 we as(3IIk is a trial, and
you will fiu<ld our dtock and prUic~s to
J1. lI. McMANSTEB & CO.
PERF U MERXRY
Ao t ar lot of ice Cologue, Ex...
taEl. 'AT.Tolet Wawor o
~Jus'r ~1h:ci.:iyn nyv
LMaBSTIE&, IC.w &iC.
ASllen' Lng alsa, uitt's Exp(e -
torant, Ayer's Petr norL , s.,
m bCO's German byrup, D.
1411"0lto'(-ioc Conh lle 1yup,
of Tzu- and Wild
ila:lsain for the i1lungs,
wort Exp)oeoranlt, W\ild Cherry
Peora)ll Wino, Brown's M~Jix t;ire,
Cat.arrh Snufif, A XMaii-r 'o
Bico's CJam bil SnuiY.
Chlorate of Potashl Lozenges,,
B3rown's JBroncial Trochoes,
E~loy's Ca1rbolie TIroce,'
MlcLar.o's ILung Heanling (,loules.
F'ou SA.E nly
Mc.tMASTYER, .IRiICE & (CO.
3. I .!3ATY & but
fust. rece3ived and1 to arrivo3 in ai few
Malny now goods bought before iho ro
centt hoavy adynaneo, which wvill
Bo .ohld at the vecry loweit, easHh prices to
our fri w nd14 ciustiomers.
Eleagaant (Cashme ros1, Hlernan i D)resus
(Goods, Momi j c.loihH, iuin tin g, ke.
A1 nico assortmni oal i ii ((sI, M\ uslmsi1,
Lawns, D)ress Li'nns, Whuji Goods.
Tor'chon Lauces, Ed~cginigs, 1losiery, I (and
k'ehiefs, Neckw.rw, Giowso, &C,
fo:can find. ini fal~u, D ry G4oods iofC all
kinds af. tho ( OItN lCit ST'OItI,
4 at picosi, which wA ginnrantro0
pl)a' or~( O doA(1 not as4k aL sale.
C il.eairly andi give our stoo14k a thorog
utlspr'ot ton, it. 18 -roh
IOur de lghLt( tI show ourn good i.
Our stock of Zeig1er Blrot'.,' fino Shoes
andl Bay State scoIwedI was
N7%ever beAter, nnd of' thiese kind we make
a specialty and wairrant.
Tio sho0es inI Iigh and low euits, and but
ton 44ho00 inl huigh and1( low cu1ts4.
JIigh-oiut menf's4 giiter, low cuii sh1o0es
EI~ven the chilid ren anid hab ies n'ero re
mem~iboruod arnd a nice3 selection bought
Call at onc" and1 maiike ai ret'Lellnio ax
'! Caimeiro or RIc hif 11nne1
Or leavec your mei asuro fora suit seleecd
Jexro bargaoins in soft. Fe'lt, Hats, EtiI1
Hats an d 'tr.w~ lUaf,s.
Now goods in Crockry, (Ok~anar, Ovo
cernes, H oes, Plows, &c.
IaOh dt>rtnentL is ready for a look, Call
and buy &nd he fleased.
orie bec our r,.'Nd is QUICK SA LES,
Sapi pd "'
oNSON,LARK& o T
3 UNION SQUAR
_MASSL NqEW-YORFK CITY.'
A TA.AGE lot of Whoeat Bran a
FINESTi Tobneco ond Cigars at
Ti1 W1)Ali- TV1 Barrels all grades
, tides anliquors at Donly's.
A'rtust:t Flour, 13te
Mu-l an I Podarl G;its, at Donly's.
A LA.InoC [F lot of freslh (annod
0 ")ls and Fancy Grocovics at
AT,' I<TN)S of Garden and
Flo\ver Sods, Clver aid Grass
v oe I., -, . 1 v~j
T)ouTs,. socs, IHiats, Hardwaro,
Croekrmwy and 0llnSVwa''. Wooen.,
ware aid Willowware at Dionly's.
1IE10a call ad get a barg:in,
W. 11. IDONLY,
l-id 10 O) le (rm-r.
A NEWsumply of Family and Plinta,
- tion (;r.4 1eri,14s.
F) Is hi. Chfoi4 Nvw orleniu Mohlsos
:A)bh11s. Ch'o(it-e Cuba Syrup, betiidle" 00, p
Jack;son' bst ra1;d( Famlily F?lour,
.A lot of P'af nt Faily ~ Flour--the h)os
in the iUjor.
All1 grasi s, fromn tho hiigh e.t, to the
P. -dwrvy g,'meth ing new), -Rio *an
J1.an. Aiwo Par.ced .Rio) andi .Jatva.
I.ongh t bef'ore' the advance, nnd other
aitles1 to ii31'.19 num ron lo e tiont. All
sold att t he lowest poit ble prices.
rl# The highest cash prices w
~4~4 WACHlNE CO W~r
4- N'W CH ARLE3.ST,
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