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THURSDAV, June 17, i t 1jS.
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Notice to Creditors--Jio. J. Neil.
For Coiuty Coil) in issioncr-North-,
The first boll of cottoii of this season
lmns been brought to our oflice by M r.
Thos. D. Owlings.
fr. Jino. WY. Aiken has gonc to the
(halybeate Springs, Va., where he is
to take charge of a telegraph office.
Wve are requested to state that ice
creltil will be served( at the vinnusbo
o . lotel Ohi cvening. Tbe samIne ar
i'ang1(emencts arve ma11de ror (lhe atccom
mo0dait,ion of persois vishing cieami as
Farther Noticeo of Soeto of (Ih CiUins of
Fairai-icd Who ian Patssed AwIy.
OCK CCEEK, Jun ll'.-I will itgaill
resunie a few notices of the old citizens
of western Fairfield. 1 had buti a lii
ited knowledge of* Nlalj. Ths Menis,
br. He had been a Imerchant at Old
Buckliead for i number of years before
mly recollection, anld I knew him1 only
as a lractiaIl, wealth anj d respectable
hilter of Beaver Creek. 11is eldest
son, Isaac, lived sit Old linukhead foir
many ynars, where lie died, and was
beloved by his nieiglhbors and trienlds
for hjig mlany virilues-a Imanl Inra-trd
'of three hundred 111d (ifty% pouids in
weight. Dr. David 11. Means, his
brother, Was ft practical1 firmer and
skilful physician. .Rev. R1obert. Means
-was the first pastor of the Presbyte-1
iul church lit. Salem-rmciloved to
Colulbia where lie lved and ofliciated
in his pastorate, and was belaved fOi
his piety .tnd efliciency by all wvho
knew hnim. He removed after his fiith
er's dealli- to his old neighborhood,
and pirchased ia phtattion of' me ill
in 1837, 'whare hie lived i few years,
and 4afietrwards removed near Salem,
where ie died. .is other brothNers
wvere all repuitaible men3I and1( pra'ctical
farmeirs. WmYu. B. Meians and Rioberit,
Means1, the liat (.ir a soil Of .Johni MeanIs,
wer*e class-mates of inc at Alonticello
Agidemiy inl 1822.
*JohlluIighi Meanls, afler scrying as
capitin iiof the L,llukhea troop) o1 cavi
alryi in 1833, wals l'riooted to ai ma1
gteeral, an'l not Ilong ait(irwards ('14.
State-(lie muost,1. rai~d prommio 101
(wycr knew. 1. nee'd not1 mniut ion
wvith whalit honlor lie tillled lwse ('flices
to himself and his Slte, as iimmyi now
ailive kno1w him iiwelli, and1( mlom-n'ied
his sad iate iln our1 late dlisastriouis war
-ai mariityri 1.o the canse it' fibes tr.
I mu Lst. not forget. I)ai el ii . l\~err, ai
praceticaIl merchant,ii of' OlI klekhead
fr'oin 1821 to ';35, and1 it allerwards a
prauctical fUimmer ilotil his (death1. lie
wais noted f'or strict initegril y uand his
exmlary C.brO iistjin lifet..
nlear MonlItiello, was accouted (( thle
Sitate, and 1sur1iiver edl the voPitv ir v Act
)1oour Legi slamt when'1 z I wa:s a I'hov.
pilariy Chr'iitin, andi( (!ied at1 a green
old age, respected by sill who kimew
hiim. Ilis eldest soni, Wim. 1". Plearsoun,
wais a manl olrsupe)rior' menital calibr'e
Atteir lhe hiad serivedl in ourii Legtish0tiure
his fraiends noimlinated thoe Conugress
ftor' the counties of' leairf'ieldh, New I>erry'
anid Lanrtens. I torg.et thle n:nnes of'
his compietitor's, as I was young12.
Though hie waIs not returnedi'1, lhe re
ce0ive<l at'Csipectable v'ote, as I wias told.
Dr1. Geo. B. Peairsoin, myi Iiost, (estima
ble0 f'riend, wvas nlot onily an 01(d anid
practical phlysician, lit one of' the
most.111 p iou and exemplar'y Chr'istianis I
(ever know. Ie was beloved by' all who
knew himi. le was a lover of pomaology,
and1( waIs regardelPd ais thle mnost, hor'oug'h
botanuist ill 0111 State. lie was educatI
edI at Monticello Academay, undI(er thle
8snporvision 01'r iist rucitioal of' I h1e first
teachuer'at MNonticello--the lI ev. Jamelis
Rtogeirs-a Presby terian1 prea1cher1 and1(
ftIerwards p)astor' of the 11rick Chulrch,
as5 it waIs called, .01' Rogers' church,
near'1( icaid's bridge. Dri. G. Ii.
.Pear.isoni was aui ex(OllenIt linigui.<l , a
planter and flor'ist. ilo died butt a few
years ago, aged cighity-t wo. Requies
- cat inpa)(ce. PilIp Edwiird Peairsoin
was aI pr'omiinlent lawyeir at. the
WVinnsboro bair froma 1816$ to 1832, anid
bolicitor of' thait circuiit at (one timue.
Hde remnoved to Alabama -about 1850,
and1( af'terwairds to Texas, wvheire lhe
died( seome t.wenity-five years since.
Dr. Joel E. Pear'son was of' about my
age, and praictised hisa prlofess5ion skit
fiuil in theI vicinaity of' Mon ticello f'romn
1820~ to '32, whlen lie 'rmovedl to Vieni
nua, Ala. lie died .durling the bite war'
from ox >osur'e in time wyeslern arnmy,i
I coukt men01tlin manly other r'espc~c
I able andz uisef'ul men1 wholi lived from
1810 to '35 In wvesterna h"airfld, bit
hiope thuis may suflice fox' fthe >resent.
- A Sani Franilcisco man01 went to ai
denitist, while temporar'Ilily inisane, and
said that lhe wanIlted his tethl itp extracnt
oid. Tihe deniitist aldvised1 him not to
get irid of' thema, as thev~ were'o sounud;
.)it hie insisted, arguing that a f'alse set
wvould be far1 hanitdler' and( moreC Coml
for'table. As lie did nIot seem cr't'a,
theo dentIst performecd the job. Oni
recover'ing his reason lhe brought suit.
for' $5,000 damages utid'r thec Califor
in law Against pirofessional nmalpr'ac
U ro!A Oka ibt Oiurani
Said a wises undr c.ro,examina
ton: "I 8u6 adary-callorp,6Gallsadir.
ereit tradesmen iat early hou'ro, f11bil1
1 till 5:30 in the morning, and " that Is
how I gQt ifny living.' I gets up be
tweoi 12 aini 1; I goes toled at. 6 aid
SICb) till lihe PO1r1oon. I calls ba
kors betwceii I and 2 -the bakers areo
(lie earllest of all.". What sort. of a
living he mudo is not recorded. A
poild a week, we should say, would
e the outside figure, anid to earn lint
hie would n)ee( at Coulplo of Scores of
cuMtoIlers. Tbc early-caller's fec- is i
weil earned, since but lbtr his initerveu.
tion his clients would 'orteii lose it
dlly's pay, it notbe thrlvowi out of
work altogetlier, by fiiling to keep
thnic. Not so deservilg of .ncouraf ge
Im nt aIre the','ipi-pimuiiew," Carogryin t
oil heir vocaionl in) tl'0ose (ttarler's of
London wheue pawinrokers and 1)oor
people aboulild. They are feninil it In-;
.cin'Iledialies betweein the pawnbro
ker tild tolks tlnxiotus to Iaiise it loall
1uponl their bel.ml-inigs, who, ra1ther.
than111 it ialisnet such businless for theml- I
selves, atit, willing to pay two-pencei
lo' every parcel conlveyed to eveir-i'
bod%Y'S 1ticle" or redeeimt.d oi iis
clutc(Ies. These go-betweells, it is
tverredl, also receive a quaiirterly coi
mission fromi the tradesilel they favor1
with thei' ptr nage; am( so 0110 Way
and another,.cotitrive to make a coni-|t
tortabe n1ivitg out of their neighbors
There IIrIe men in) Paris, birds of a
Veather with the clifloiiier, who go
fromit a o.pliI to hospital collecling thi le
linseed plasters that have served the
turI of ductOr1. and pltieit; ttlerward
pressing the oil froin the linseed aduld
disposing of' the. linenl, 111fer bleaching a
it, t.o te nplIiker. Others make a
coulple of franipics a day by collectig
old corks, wh ich beinlg cleatied ani1d
pared, vothi, it is said, half a franc per C
A lady-resident. of the Faubourg St.
(;ern11.u1 is cedited wvith er i t a1
good inice by hatchig red, black
and browntaIlts for pheasant lresev
ers One Plari!ini gets his livinig by
breeding ma1uggots out off the uil meit
he buys of' the cliflibiiers, and 11attenl
ing them uip inl till boxes. Anlother
breeds al.-t'ots for the special behoo' r
of n,iightII inIIgar.les ; atn d a t h Iird ma rrhand
dabl/icots boasts of Fe.lin.g Letweoen
thilrty and For.tv Iilionls, of wvorms
ofe&cry feasonl flor I&C.tolial pur
poses. fle owns i great pit It, Monlt
mitre, wherein he keeps his store.
Every day hik. scouts bring him11 fresh
stock, for which lie pays themt from
five to ten pece per pound, accordiiig
(0 q1111it v; reselling them to angl's .
at jws( donible th.e rates, anld cl-11arig'
Lhereby somlliniilg over X300 a yerl*.
'Tis, 'l cuiriouls avocation is not III
known ill El.glan11d. So111 twelve
S(aR's ago, we are told, Mr. Wells, a
ihliing-tack e imlale o NotWtin1gha1 '
ill ord'el to insure a colstit ilt suipply of'
bait for his custome's, started a ftrin
for the renring of lobworms, cock
spurS, )-ing-tailed brandlings, and ohl
er, wormls in demlanld amlonlg the dis
ciles of' Walton, who abound in the
old lace town. To keep his tariii
stoeked, men1 and boys go out at Iight
colleet ing 'woris in the meadows and a
pasturesl, ; a moist, warm111 night yieldini
froim tw( to six tholusanld wo s. As
SOOn a. they aIre brought in, they are 1 i
placed inl properly Selected iloss, field
mloss fR choice ., to scolur Iftil tley
become little more than11 skinl-frel 11
anllgler's t.o hiand.le ; while '"when a l
wvoi'm is priopeir educated1('(, he( is as
tough41 as a bit ot' indial-ruLbberI,, antd be- '
haives as$ ai worml shiould 1(o wh1 n pi't. 121
upon01 tihe honk."' When this condcit.ion
is at taiined, the worms) tare pckedl ini
moi'n. anid PIut Lup ini lit canivals bag0s h
l:i'g 11lles notientirv de n uponi th ii n'- I,
tlity oilJ)ie1 118(f his cole)r,'utbrds iJ
ig-heap)C beig ia secet he not unna1~tu1
rally keteps to hiinaself'.
Ax ErrTuiP siNO W"o3rAN.--Somre i
dlays aigo a1 curioitts ca1se, illustr ative of ai
11he lengst h t. w hiich at deepi y'eari ng ai
for' ema ntcipaltioni f'roin thle conjugal 'I
y'oke will carrys ladies of' resotlute and e
enter'prisinig tempe)r1, wvas trpied at~ Lille.h
Stted pr'oceedinlgs b)efore thie HIigh I
vou'ce fromli her hittsbanid. Failinig to c
binig hieri Cal"e to a1 conclus1ioni as she ii
liaw's delays,'' shte hailppenedl 020 onl<iy i:
to niice a iWIz newspaper pragiph) in v
wilihi MonisIitur IALre<bin, aL feciniig \
asi ical ly P'aised f'or' his ext 1'aOrd(i inary 1.
diex Ierity' with t he snialI swvord,a
l" ''M hiwithI she triav'eled to Liil e, soughtd
(lin '1. Loredain and1 offeircd him a il
lian<to Aine sum11 of' mionov to make her e'
1'' li with himi iln such'~sort a1s to pr1ov'oke s
a1 chllenbige, thus11 soeurinlg the choice of1 a
weaons 0), and1( thlen by3't he excercise of' i
siipeior0 skill dleIlberately to slay himl. p
Lore'dllm stiruck a bargaiin withi her', c
rece(i.ivedh 800 francs03 onl accounut anud
actuai~lly started for' Tournai to execuLte
his homnicidall iiSon. Onl his r'oad( to li
[lhe station, howverCI, lhe driopped( intto b
a caribariet which he was ini t he habit of s
frieojuo'niting, and4: I tndi le sever'alI of' his 'i
hlimate alI (icl1tiainta nces~ there as5sem2- ti
b)l(d "'stoodi ti'eat"' to such puripose ai
that1, his tongue being unlloosed by ni
"'potationbs p)ottle-d1ep," lie confided li
his (eiterpr)iise to adIl'reent. it is ari- (c
rest, as well as that- of' his faiir client1, h
l'ollowed these r'evelat.ions, as a mat ter' n
af course, andiO both parit iCs to this saIn- al
u'iniary bargain were tried1 for coni- sa
sp)iracy.1 to taike li fe. Th'Ie lady' was a
and 0one hunidr'ed francs flne, bit Lore
Ilau was aicquitted.
IILorrFEI) n T VrsrONS OF '1T!E'
Ma ~I 14 MUuIDEuIED.-At Charlotte,
Chlautauqula counity, N. Y., Atla'tin
Bat tIes ain'd1 Coi'neillus Zuch quiarr'eled
rlver' a gir'l emlployed in the f'amily
wvher'e they bot,h wor'ked, and1( IUnttles1
killed his rival. The tr'ial, one of' (lie
miost notable)1 that cycr occurr'ied in
Western New Yoi'k, resulted1 inl the
conivictioin of' Battles of' mutrder' hi the
tirst degr'ee. Und(er' an2 act then Just
p)assedl lhe penalty f'or the first degree
o1 flhmurderI was inupriiinmenIt for 02n0
yearp, after' which thle conudemneilC
should be hanged. Bat tles was3 senit to ?1
Aubui'n, but before the year expir'ed V
the law unlderi which lhe was conivicted
was (ldlared0 iunconstitutilonalg andl lie
was r'eleased1. Then he enlisted,
serived ouIt his tIme, anid r'eturnied1 to '
Ihis County. It now appears (litt
averyv hour' slice It was commuuitted
Battles hats been haunted by' hIs cr'imoe
rind f'or some time lie has hlnaginied
Lat his victim was continually at his
nlde. H'e is now ii an 1in8au1e asylum,
ulno pan cani describo the tor'menta
de suffers. -
4Kont o the 64t
Wewld roptdta ox-610raor loin
Nk ayIng that one dav MA the' close
)f blP term he was sitilng in t.ho exceu.
IV.O chamber when a stre I lman on.
sered, uianniounced, and uncermoig
>usly seited himself. In ia moment hto
xteided Ils hand, in1 1lhe paln of
vhich lay a sonewliat bat tere< l musket
)mill. "GoverIor," said ie, "611itt
im8ke( ball killed myt%, brother it tile
treets of New York. It wat fired by
me of th1 1ilitia, who Were aclilg by -
'i rIte oft you r orders. I regartle(I yol
Is ny bWolherls lt Iderer., antd over
S iis dead body Sworo that I would take
he saiiio bullet that killed him and
vith it kill you. I have iiany times
(tited to 11ialke good ily volw, but:
ach' time deferwred it. *For eortai
(eNsoUs I hilve Illd(! up1 my, , milnd to
t. you live; but I want ,ou to know
hait you owe yone lifei to*tle, ait con
intle to live by 1y s1ti11tnce." The
nthenl quivtly ar*0so, yi10ked up1 his,
aitanld umncorne-mdly waliked atwayv.
'lhe Governor, (Ihis writer savs; ad-i
litted that tlie episodc startled hill
mt whlen asked by ai prominleit Dem Io
ratic Senator what. he would do agailn
11 ill ell e("eey Siiilar to that of
Iuly, 1871, lhe promptly replied: 'I
Vuil do 1preci.ely ats I did beflre."
AaoN Bin's G .A.TR1..-Col.
troll Burr worea lofte iesS of mion !
hat could not pass tunoticed by it
trani"rer. Hlis deportinleintwas' poli'sh
d ,l.l courly1. The a pyropriate
ivliies of lthe drawing roomn were
erVoriled with a grace 'pecuiliar to
inself '. is whole manuilner was in
olnceivabilv fl's1inating. lie Iacted
!1oll the iprinciple that, the feliale
ero (he weiker sex ; t hat, t hey were
il su"celpt ible of flaterv, and his great
rt consisted inl lidilj)ting it to tle
rade of intellect Ie (laddressed.
Such 1.raits ofe chlaracter would ap
clr to be in1coipliatible willi ani clevat
d anild towerimu minid, yet thley fr
uiently controlled onle of, thle mlost ex
Laortliary imiei of the age. A vol
Ile of alecdoles m1ight be related as
viden1ce of Col. llu1r-'s (uekiless of
('eetion ailnd tact at reply. AtIer
is retiurni1 from Europe, il 182. Ie iet
frienil, a iaiden lidr, in Broadway.
le had not seen her for m,an1y Ne:Rs.
L she lpased him she 'eZciie(d,
Col. 11tirr I you do not recollect ine?"
"I do n1iot, Imadame,'' was the reply.
"I t is -Miss K., sir."
"1 W1a1t?" said he, "Ais K. yet?''
The lady somewhat. piquel, reitera
A, "Yes, sir, Miss K. ve( !''
Feeling the delecey o his situat16i
id tlie uifortiunate error he had I.on
litted, he geVly took her hand alnd
mnphattically remnarked: "Well, mad
ill, then I veiture to assert that it is
le.fild yf 1my sexPl
Tun(I'1I U ANDs.-TI is always a
ionsilre 1-0 note 1that things are Mi
rovilg in particlar d'eprtillielnt. inl
Ilyp ivl irlili r I ll rt oI'. t Ie 'w orld. It
Ipopilarly throught that. i ters in
urkey, iinstead of improving, have
('el going stendfily, ba.kward for
1ii11% NeVrs past. 'his is oily partly
'ue. Soile of Turkey's iilS(itit0ion's
low great, advancement durinlg tle
Lst, few yelr. There tro her brig
nlds ro illstance. Several ycars a.o
IC bands cont Clitain( oly fivC or teIn
wil, 1ow dhey go in detaclinicits itill
erin.ig as mally as one hundred and
ftv. They then had Old fliit-lock
tins that would not go offlon a damp
ay, and whenl they did go -of)' were
enierally mor dan)P (itgerouts to the bri
anld thanIl theO individual lie was shoot
ig at.; no0w they are atrmxed with thle
err best 'itles and1( revolvers made.
'he envs and noses of' their victimis are
ut off w.i it lie finest kind of 10nglish
LIt ery, andil tort iiie is inillicted by thle
itest mioderii (devices. Let those
'ho aire fond1( of deerying Tu'rkey,
ondler on thlese f,.iets and aidmit that
io mlarch of1 lilnprIov.emenilt goes steadi
<,mwarId, even in the Sultan's do
A NEW. MICTuion OF' SEURN A
i'ni.- A. New. York ' genius 1has de
ised a new method of secur'ing a jury'~
IiIimurderl css IIe proposes 1.0 halve
hIninedl11( and' sworn in the usual w.ay.
'hiese arie to sit, toget her anid hiear thei
v.idenice, just as thle tw'.elv.e do now;
ni when the case is clIosed1 twelve of
meini are to be dr''.a by lot and1( retire
adeliberate. If the li' igreec, I hat ends
ao case. Itf they (do not, tw.elve mnore
Ie drawn;V. an Id thie pr1ocess IS repieat
di a1 often as~ necessairv un11t il anl aigree
aiiut is reached or the palh gives out.
'he~ dl''ice is not1 yet paItented ; anmd lhe
iventor0i w.ill probably finid it sonie
hant. diflieult to br'ingp it into use.
fhien a cllhnis made1*( from~ the
rescent. sysitemn it w..ill probaly- bc in
Ie ditii'~ on of simlplicitly, and' noct to
nyvthiing so cnumbrionus as the me1thlod1
e'scrIibed4. -1It wouldIi be beCtIer than1
it to hav e, tor special use ini mnriIder
ises, a1 st11anig jury3 0of t w.elvc menl
er'impsu idiots w.onhll be het ter--whlo
11al11be kept. secluded troim their kind14
ud( tfromi aill mean1is Of oblaiingi infor
it ion oni aniy stubject.. To)'aavoid the
>uld be 'made14 for a majority v'erdict.
--Lecky, the historiani, is a sort of
(erary pheiiomenion. Tlhiough lhe has
en before (lie pulic as ana author'
ince 18611, lie is onily 42 years old.
'his is thle mioreC singular' because his
111e rests 111)0n extensive ciholhip1
nid earn'iest in Vest igationi of' toplics that
ien seldlom master unltil after middle
th. Ile was born'I near D)ublinl, die
ided to lbe ani athlor' 211 twelv.e, and
ad( r'ead mnore b)ooks at fourteen than
lost mhen at t went y. When he gradu
led at*'Triniity College his pr'of'essors
lid heo had the hest stored nin td of t he
ge w..ho hmnd mattricuilated within their
SUMrrEnm, S. 0., Nov-. 10, 1874,.
lum. W. II. Ba.iunwr-r, Augusta, Ga.:
D)ear Sir-It gives me1 great pleas
re to attest, to the efficiency of' the
ills received from you a f'.w days
go. They have acompilishIed cvery'.
aing that I desired of them, and( 'I
ave given several to my nelihbors.
lease send me tw.o dlozeni more for
so on1 mfy fham. Very respectfully,
*f24 JNO. C. TISDAJLE.
[3Y virtuo of' an execution to mu dia
..rected, I will offer for sale, before
10 colulrt-houso14 door iii Winnsborc,' oni
mc tlr4t Monday in July next, lie.
veen the legal hours of snto, to the igh
4t b)idder, for cash1, the following-die
Iribed peonal property, *.o w.it:
Two bales of cotton, sold as the property
f .Jesso Casdies, at the suit ot T1. P.
JOHN B D)AVIS,
Sheriff's Offico, 8. F. C.
linnsbore, S. U,
Jn no 12, 1880.
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A1lO1 t 801t,iV qOLD'W IIru. th.t. okte f1
tie necessary tfckness or igraving
polisiting, aiarge iio0u.-%n or the proeel
metal u3d, Li ndd only to stieln an( I
the engraved porflou,.in placei anl supply
n cessary solidity and strength. The murp
gold Is actual;y needless so far as UTrI.ry
beauty are concorped. In JAhm lXo8s' p.
ENT UOL,D WATCl CASES, this w.ms of I
cl',us iaetal tloverconte. and tle SAIC sor,I
AN NTxh-U produce4 at. frojin otoelairud
otti-bIat of lio usual Vost. of i oll!i enss. s1
l>rocess is of tho most Slulill nialtre, as
lows: a plate of Ilekel Colpotion ie
1PeUl:. i,vl1plett1 tothe purpose, as two pia
of SOLI.D (A0LU -oldtercd one oil etell sile. q
three a:e then Imajed bet.weon poliett si
rollers. and lit res.m t, I a stripr or Il'vy pi'
Co pillosit lol. fromi wvhich -lie ea-Pse. >acks, c
tre.i, hozzle., &o,. are cut, and' isipt by siul
ble 1iles anid rorinors. - ite gold III tlse ei
is sflelently tc1k to admit. of all' kinds
chasing,'engravng And enaielin-lls tie
Kraved enses have been eart led util wor-o i
rectly Smoothi by timto nid use willhout relin
Ilorthte gold. -
TIS Is TIE ONLY CASE MAIM, wi-mi T'
PLATFS OF 01I1) GOLD, AND WAlIMANT
BY rEcrA L cEIFICATtE.
For aitle by Connor 4 Chanidleraid C. Mut
Ask for Illustrated Catalogue al( to seo Av
rant. mel [I-tX1
NATJIANS BROS.' Old Cabinet RI
1863, Cld Roanoke Whishey, 18,
klso, lott.ordam Brandy. Coli nam I
lunch from I I to 1 o'clock every day,
I A VE recently made extensivo ad<
tions to my stock of Win.,, a
ignors. which consists of a full is-,O
nint of .ye Whiskey, 'orn Whisl(
Frouch Brandy, Apple lirindy, Pea,
1ranidy, .Sherry Wine, eotippernong Wit
1amu:pagnie. etc , etc.
.Wir I Cla0m to f -11 tho FINEST AN
PUltIlST1 HYE WHISKE11 to bo had
fVinnsboro. Givo it a t rial.
I also also 1k ep on hand a ful supply
SEWARS AND TOBACCO,
n great variety, and adapted to the tast
Call at the PAL"ETrO HOUSE, in t
Winnsboro Hotel building.
J. CL ENDININ .
- :o: -
Gray Fox Skins
IIEb-The highest cash prices ii
U. G. DESPORlTES.
E it enacted and ordained by the I
.L. tend ant and11 Wa2rdens of the To'
:,t Winnsboro, S. C., in Council Asse
aled,. and by the authority of t.he samle
I. T'hat there shall be a Board of Hena
~rentedl, to consist of three citizens
he11 town, ono of wh'lo 't ghall be a pure.cf
ngf physician, who shall holN their ofhi,
intil the first day of May succeedi
lheir app)ointmecnt, and1( unit'il thoir si
messors shall be applointed.
II. A nd be it further enacted and>i
lained, that the memubers of said Bor
uhall he annually alppointest by er
1'own Council as soonl as-practicale aiit
th installationt of the Intendant a
Wardens into 001cc.*
III. And he it further enacted and<
laiuned, that dluring Ilh mnhthsR of Jo11
liuly, August and2( SeptemEber the si
Bard shtall exI m1inet the premises of
residenlts of, and persaon.s doing bumn
Avithlin, the cor'porato limits of said toui
ut least onice) a month. aind report to
l'own Council any 'nlatter which, in th
udigmnent, is deleterious to the hecalth
IV. That tihe members of snidi Bon
~hall, in consifloration of their servic
Jo exempted fiomt stroot tax while
V. And be0 it further ennoitod and
lained, that any person resisting thoe
ranIoc of the mem2tbers of the sauid 110n
ipon anty part of their p'rolmss, exetC
heir dwelling-houses, shall be finud fi
lollars for each offence, or be imprison
'or* ten dlays upon01 conviction.
VI. And he it further enaoted and
laided, that any person wvho shall fail
tegieci. to abtte any mnattor upon01 thi
>renmiscs, roe-ortedl by the Boat di
Elealth as a nuisance, for three days nfl
motico requiring the same, served by t
Thief of Police, shall be fined one dol:
'or each day's such failturo or neglet,
J0 imprisoned one day for each day's 5su
ailure or neglect.
VII. And be it further enacted and<
'lained, that the Board of H'ealth sht
k'so, fr .rm time to time, report any mati
lot upjont tihe pIremises of any citizen.
tven r.ot within the corporate 11mm
.vhich in their jutdgmnent injuriously
heats the helclthI ef theo the town, for t
3ounoil to take auch nction as It may do.
Under kilo above Ordinance the folio
ing citizens are appointed asl such bo02
f health for the 'ear ending May 1
1881, viz: D)r. E. W. A iken and Mess
Li. Goarig and iR. M. Huey.
Done in Council thius the 30th dlay
biril, A D). 1880. under the corpor
teal of tale s'dd Town Council.
JAS. A. BRICE,
E. S. CHANDLER,
J. E. ?# DONALD,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
NO. 3 LA W RANGE,
I n It ear of Court JIonne,'
om - -
FOR R) RrFF.
otl Tht friends of S. 'W1ORTRU VONGU
tihe notiinato him a (lan.iditto .fo the -olk.
ots Of Sheriff at the otsuing eletion--+ubje
mnd to the action of the Deinooratio primaric
re- Aess .1itors: Ploete announeo -M
ry 1. E. EL,L,ON. JR.. os a cajididato fu
to Hheritrof Fitirfiold Couintv, at the enst
to Ing ileetionl--stbjcut to to1 action of ti
his Dentioratio primary. MANY Fiimm.
1. 'Ciho wanv fies1m ~(if Nl. X90. D. M
tes CA ftlEY, reoginizinig his peeuliar lne
for the ofh.aO, ro-tpoetilty nminat. hill
for Slerilff of Faiiheld _ounIt jot t
tho action of the Di anocratic primary.
lJurrss. :Ilors. As ti-minations are i
- order, permit us to preoit tho mune o
be CJ. INO. 11. DAV[8 -.8 a candiitti fo
of Slierill' at the en -uing election. sahijeit
"it- i.ourne, to the iti..Il of the Demlocrati
vr- primn-ies. MANY Fiixiis.
.1/.rs. 1liIore: Please announce M.
,. JA-s. L111CHl.\iOND as a vindUlat(o fo
Sherifr at the eiuing eletion, t;uhject ti
the action of the Demrio e lu bs1 at th
primaries, and oblige MANT FaNwi.
er. niv 13- f
tr lesrs o if r : -i e r, 1co V)
-J. PreNto -ooper as a candidate for th
Doiemocrat ionilination for sherift' at th
e1om1ing election (subject. to the docisiol
of .the prinuary election) and oblige mati;
friends in tlho
So rwSwr:nN PTOn-re or TuH' COUNTI
FOR COUNTY COMMIlSSIONER
Aressrs 19';Nors: Please ainnounc-i JAS
i. R. HARIVEY, Eq.:, as a candidate for thi
oflice of County Comnissioner at the en
mt- in. election -Subject to the ction o
y the Democratic clubs at the primary oleu
;h tion---anid obligo his
Le, NU:uEnOUs FBruxos.
D Mesrs ..Aliturs: Pleasn announce '.%I
in M. ZE AIj am a can didate for the ofi
of County Commntisuioner at the ensuin
of eloction.--suibject t(, the notion of th
Democratic priinary. MANY FRMENus
Mesvrs. i itors: Please IanRnonco I
11. OSCAR DUKI1(Jtas a candidate for Count'
Coininsmiioner at the ensuinu electiot
subjecotto the action of the emnocrati<
primuary. MAWY FUIENDS,
es The friends of Mr. JAMES W. COLE
MAN respectfully ronuinate hii for th
office of County Conniosioner of Fair
field--subject to the action of the Demo
ifessrs. NiVIorn: P!-ase annoinon '% R
- IOmultT D. OLICK as a eiandi-laie lo
County Comniminsioner of Fairliold at tio
Cniiing election --sub ject to the action (
@ the Democratic primary.
The ft ienn * of Mr. Jalueps O Horon, v
Salemu, respeotfuily n1oim ni1ate imii for II.
of'leo of Colitv, Coin m isgionler a11 1,e en
Hiling election -subject to the notion 0
thil Democratic priiary.
FOR SCHOOL CO31ISSIONER
The friends of Di. JOHN BOYD, np
preciatinq, the skill, zeal anld fidelit
with which he has discharged tho du11tie
of Shool Ciinilissiona-,- rospeelll
nominate hii for re-uluction- sulject b
the aItion of the Denocratio primauries.
Th,e frielids of the REV. JA-MES DOUG.
LASS respoofailly nominate him for th
p)osition of Sehool Conmnissionier of Fair
tield. Coun.ty at tho enasumga (electiod.
atubject to the action of the Duecrati
p)arty at the p)rim~aries.
FOlt JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Messrs. JEIitors :1Pleaso an r.ounce th
present incumibrnt, J. 1R. Bovies, ,Judy
of Probato, as a candidate for' re-electi(I
at the ensuing election, suabject to the no
tion of the Decmocratic party at th'o pi
maries-. JAy so doing you will obtigo i
14 . MANY FIENDs.
NOTICE TO TA%PAYJiR1S,
- AUnrrOn's OFFICE,
WIxNsnoniO, S. C., May 13, 1880.
THIS oflico wvililibe opern from the firn
...of June to the 20th of July, 1880, to re
epive tax returns of pecrsonal prioperty fo:
n_ the fiscal year 1880. All male person
.vn ibetween the ages ef twenty-one and sixt.
n- years (except those exempt by liaw) arc
thliable to poli1 t'tx, andi wuill report accord
of' ingly. I will attend either in per 0o
is-- or by a'sput.y at the following places or
es the 4ays specified, for the purpose of reo
ceiviang returns, vi'g:
Caldwell's Store, June 14.
r- Gladden's Grove, June 15i.
D~1urhaami', June 10.
or Bear Creek, June 18.
ad WVoodward's, .June 21 and 22,
lRiagoway, Juno 23 and 24.
S Biythew,>od, June 25.
id Jennings' Store, Juno 28.
all Jenkinsv ille, June 29.
ss~ Monticollo, June 310 and July 1.
hi Feastorville, July 2 and 3.
sir Buckhead, July 5.
of Balance of the time at Winnstboro
rd 'I. N. WITHIERS
'.x, may 15-1im Auditor F. C.
H E BEG LE~AVE~ to inform out
ill customers and tihe public generally,
or that we have purchased from Messr-s,
lae McMASTER BRICE & CO. their
en tire stock of
of And that we will alwiays keel) or
'hand a FULL AND SELECTEE
STOCK, All we asik is a trial, and
'~ you will find our stock and prices tc
3. F. MoMASTER & CO.
A large lot of choico Cologne, I
tracts, Soap.Toilet \vatei S.
Toilot Powder, &c., &c., CHLEA
JusT RECEIVED BY
McMASTEP, BIIICE & CO
Allen'a Ling Balsam, Tutt'a Exp<
torant, Ayor's Pectoral, Bos.
chec's German Syrup, Dr.
B11ll', cough & yrulp,
of Tar uan1d Wild
Balsam for the .uigs,
Ilegoinan's Tolx and Liver,
wort 1Xpectorant., Wild chrry
3 Peetoral Wine, Brown's Mixt.n
Harter', Lung ilsau, McLan'i
Catarrh 81n1r, MleMaster &
Briec's Cata:li .
Chloraf1 of Potl:l Lazonn-ges,
Drown'H Jr1onechil T rovhwes,
f McLano's Lung Healing k lobul
FoR S.Au. ny
Mc MASTE R, .01CE & CO
I MPORTANT NOTICE
To Persons Acenstomied to Sendi
Money by Regisferd Letter.
TIIEl E'S NO SECUl'RITY IN TIHEM
If your monny is lomt or tolen, you n
cch tiif Imit h monyt.
the 1mnvey im whlat. youl wan111t. The G
e orninienjt doni't. repaly such(1 1osses.
liUlY A Cit ECK
e Fromi the WINNSIHO1O NATION
BANK, wlihih we0 wilill y3oui at
.01 cets for amounllits3 n1obexceeding fiIt,
dllas ifteen1 cenito lfor allinnt nta
ccoding1 tw~enity-fiven dollatrs, t wen ly.
- (ctnts for amiIotIut not exee&dingt, xevei
fi.vo dotllars4, ando at not1 rabove tha
o eighths per oeni. for any amliounit ab13
fliat. 30i li re thus mado(1
. Ai1.SOLUITEf, SEUl tEI AGAINST LO0
. Weo g.uar.atee 1that. It 1 our origi
3 Jchek is~ lost or' stoIln, wo' gJ/i-.ou a'i I
COME~ ANt) DE1.POSIT WIThIT S.
We' havay. jnsxt purchaIflsed a1 newl ti
.lack, coxting $35t0, and11 te Presilient l
solf c.an't open1 the safe when f.ho lock
running. TI. K EIIOy'I,
Casiio Whbo. NatL. Han
miay .13 -timox3mios
Just rcoelved and to arrive in a f
Many new goods bought before the
ccnt heavy aidvanrce, which will
lBe sold at the very lowest ensh prices
our friends and cusloers.
Elegaint Cashmerres, Heornan i Dr
Goods, \lomiie cloths, Buntinig. &
A nice assortmnont of Calicoes, Munslu
Lawns, Dress Linens, W~hite Goods
Torchon Laices. Edgings, H-osiery, Hat
k erchiefs, Neckiwear, Gloves, &c,
Y'ou cani tfind. in fact, Driy Goods8 of
kinds at the ('ORNERI STORE,
A a I prce wich we gliaranitee
please or wo (10 not ask a~ satlo.
Call (earty and( give our stock a thorou
linnpecCtion, it is
Our delight to show our goods.
Onr stock of Zoiglor Brothor,,' fine She
and Bay Stato terowedt was
over better, and 6f thoese kind we ma
a speciat.y and1( warrant.
Tie shoes in high andl low (tS, and bi
ton shoes in h'igh and( low o,nts.
HEigh cout men'J's gaitors. low cut she
hand andic mhint n'Soewed. scriood.
Eiven the children and babies werei
nmembored and an iceselectIon boug
Call at once and1 make a seleotlon of
(CassImnere or Blue F.ilanne,t;
Or leavY( your measuro for a suit select
flare bargainis in soft Felt Hats, S
1-ats andl Straw Haits.
New goods In (3rockery, Glassware, 0
ores, Hoes, -Plows, &e.
Each department 1s ready for a look. C
and buy and be p)~lece.
ltemo ber our miotto is QUICK SALI
DR. NV. E. AIKENs
--D14A LER IN-+
Drugs, 3edicine, Toilet Goods, e
IN 5. I. C
3'*0S UNON. SQUAREj;
MASSP) NEWIOR CIY
A LARGE lot of Whoat Bran 0 -
FINEST Tobacco and Cigars
I THIR TY-FIVE 13airels all grades
Wines aind Liquors at Donly's.
FRE'31H Augusta Flour, Bolted
MOal aI Pearl Grits, at Donly's.
A LARGE lot of fresh Canned
Oods and Fancy Grocorios at
ALL HINDS of Garden and
re, Flowor Soedq, Olover dad Grass
See(ls at Donly's.
1300TS, Shoo, Hats, noidware,
croeicu'y and Glassware, Wo!)lon1
varo and Willowware at Douiy's.
GI.VE me a call and got a bargain,
W. 11. DONLY,
api 10 Oi the Corier.
&e. IIA VE estabulished a Sale Statle a
Hs, ing Itermis, eiiiTer Ctf is or' otn timo
lu- Persons wishling lo bu'yr sayl will
(10 wellI to call onl me1 bcforec p)urchafs
1 will also paty the highest cash prico
.CORN ANID FODDE R
-- D)eieed at my Sin ble onl Congross
Street, loa'cl one door south of' the
~A NEW supply-of Famuily and Plan ta.
E ion Gro.eries.
15 bbls. Choice Now Orleans Molasses,
80 bhls. Choico Cuba Syrup, besides other
Jackson' best grades Family Flo .ir.
A lot of Patent Family ]Four-the besG
All grades, from the highest to th~
ainb.orry (some thingj now), Rio and
Java. Also Pairued io and Java.
Bough t before the advance, and other
enR articlest too- numerous to mention. Al
keoald at the lowest possible prices.
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a a% unnmXi
S ACHINE d7
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