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WIlshoro Publishing Compan
Tax-Notice-E. S. Chandler.
Great Iniducemients-U. G. Do
The New York '1erald-J. G. BL
Shaving Saloon-J.. M. IcCall.
Quite a large quantity ofrcotton W1
sold ill town yesterday. Tho prii
ranged from 10.40 to 10J..
The nights are turning cooler, bi
the pesty mosquito doesn't notice
half'so much as his viotim..
T;'_e towI couIcil have had til
guard-rhouse cleaned out and relittc
-we suppose inl anticipation of circu
Our friend Mr. N. C. Robeitson lu
already sold thirty-six.4ales of cotto
of this year's crop, front a four-hor"
farai. There is life and money in tl:
old land yet.
Rohnson's circus will exhibit het
to-morrow. As it hans been some till
shice we have been visited by ono <
these combinations,.wuny expept I
see U10town full to overiloiig.
Mr. U. G. Desportes gives ' noti<
through our columns this mornil
that he has just received a full an
complete stock of dry goods, groceric
tc.,.w.hic. lie. wil sell- at bottoi
prices.. So advertiseencut.
Cotton in the.patches about tovn
now beginning to open rapidly, aii
all hands ale now employed in gatl
Cring out the crop. T.be yield. wi
not be very large. but will enouraf
greator efforts next year.
Our esteemed feliow-townsmai
MI.. A. 11. lWiing, start.01;fron1 ti
1Ace for Texas on Wednesday. 11
Qxpects to go into the mercantile fira
of Wolfe & Blaruch, of D)allas. Vt
wihim aui. safe trip to lis: futmi
home anid hopje that theo most , aip:
- suIccess imay smuile up1Oni him wheir.cv.<
lie casts his lot..
The return of thue County Exectis
Committee shows the followinig to 1.
th~e result of the Democratic pritpgi
* election on1 Monldav:
otl otc a't I 70.
Folt TIlE IioUsn..
G..iL. McMaster, 693; T..1?. Mitcl
325 ; .Jame,s P'.aan, 624; C. E..Thomaii'
7.69J; .J. 1B. Turner, 206.
Total vote cast, J ,445,
J1, Prestoni Cooper, 203: J. B. Dav'i
Carley, 561; R, N. McMaser, 40.
Toetal vote cat 1,493.
FORL SCIIOOL COMMJss!ONERIS.
.John Boyd, 835; James D)ouglas
Total vote cast, 1,481'
FOR.. P'ROBATE JUDGE.
T. E.L Bell, 2-28; .J. 1R. Boy.jes, 1,24
- . Total vote cast, 1,472.
F.OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
The followinig are the six having ti
highestunmber of votes: J. A. Stes
ai t, '118; HI. M. Zbaly, 411 ;iI.. %
Duke, 413; J. A. innant, 397; J. ]
Harvey, b25i; J. G. HIeroni, 312.
Total voto east, 1,465.
3 *~ Foi: CORONER.
G. 8;. innauant, '711; HI. Y.. illing
'T'otal vote cast, 1,420.
From this itf wsill be seen1 thIat the fa
lowilng gentlcmnen have been naominatt
on the first primary. For Senato
11. A. G aillaird. F?or Rlepresenita.tive
Juo. WV. Ly'les, C. E, 'Thomas. F<
'School Commnissioner', Johni Boyd. F<
Judge of Probate, J. R1. Boyles. F<
Coroner, G. S. JIinnant. No othei
ar'e nominated. The folon~ lng a
sent back to the Clubs: For Repr)m
sentativos, (G. H1. McMaster and T.
Brice. F"or $bcriff', J. D.. McCarlh
mnissliners, HI. 0. DIuke,, J, E. Harve;
.J. G. Heron, JTa A. inunant, J. .
Stewart, H1. M. Zealy. Tihe secoI
priimar'y conmes off ont Saturday, ul
(101 thle same rules. The clubs wi
please take notice.
SOIlE MonE AnIOUT CoNvicT LanIOl
--On Monday Colonel Lipscomb sol
Jifteeni bales more1 (of ?otton12 made I
convict labor onl Green .i111l Plant
tion, in Rtichiland conunty. It basougl
10.6d6. Colonel Llpscomb %3xpects'
muake on theo two farmsa run by convil
)abor inm the county this year 500 bal
of cotton, 1,600 bushels of corn, 1,01
bushels of peas, and 200 ton3s of' fodde
Of these one half goes to .tje State.
--Little Annie Is the : daujghter
one of our mnost "pr'ominent citizen
Yesterday she 'told us,'. In her wa
what a good medicinur' Day'l
rI uonnxwiD IN -ABEvILLE.-A corr
spoident of the Columbia ie iSte
writing from Abbeville, under date,
September 28, says:. "Law'eice I
Guflin, who was shoriff of Abbevll
' county 1oin 1872 to 1876, was sh
Cr. and instantly killed-hero yestarday I
Charlbs A. McCluing. Tle two we
playing billiards, and It is supposi
bs they got Iuto a difficulty t%bont; t-1
ganle. One shot welt in - tt tie 1<
ar Dreast and the other! thmough the rig
,d temple, penetratilg the brain. A]
nt Qgiig-7wasinstiaitly arrested by C
d- bystandbre ancj-lodged lin Jail. *J.
d Aiafi,in, who was implicated in the Iul
n' tor, has also beenl put in Jail. 'h1e cor
Its ner i now holding an Inquest at th
"- a.. i. No verdict as yet has been ro
Or tiered. This matter has thrown
m great gloom over our quiet and orde
vh ' little comInunity. It is the fit
id voluntary homicid6 that has, occurr<
r! here since the United' States soldi
D- wus killed b)y the negro troops hi 180
I The cause of the difficulty amid the el
cunstailees. are uiot' 6now1j,"
rY. %fE books for the collection
S town taxes will'be openl On tl
1st of October, and remain open unt
the 1st of December. My oill ee i
a- the store of Messrs. F. Elder & Co.
E. S. CHANDLER,
[ sept 30 Clerk and Treasurer.
-0 r1II unidersigned begs lpitve to sa
r to the public that he is now ri
ning a first-cliss Shaving Saloon I
it every, respect. None but Compete?
it and eport worknmen are emplove(
and those who will favor us with TIel
custom.. pre guaraanteed satisfactiom
Done in the latest aid neatest styli
Don't. tbrgct, to call uid give ine
trial, and I will please ou.
J. M. -eCALL,.
Opposite Dr..Aiken's Drug Store.
e sept $0
n WE have now in store the IMu-ge
stock ever purchased- by i
and which will be disposed-of at loi
.. Dry Goods,.
Shoes, Groceries, Bridles.
Saddles, Harness, Red Leather,
Harness Leafher &c.
S We are not given to "BLOWING
e but can truthfully say we are off'er
Cing solid:bargains, andlwill be glad
to see you;
e U. GIDESPORTES.
e sept 20
-THlENEW YO1tK -
JAMES GODO UBNNET,. Proprieto
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i', ONE 'DOLLAR PER YEAR,
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-An Extra Copy to Every Club of Ten.
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62 .ay frkc.n year .for any speiled day
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t he week.
S1 per month (including Sundays) wvill 1
charged on subscrlp.t,ons for a tess peri(
than three maonths.
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6. THlE SOUTI. CAROLINA COLL~EG
1-. AGMUCULTURE AND DJJfCIIANICS
I, ILL~i be openica for thme instructic
s, of the young men of the State, on the 51
. OOTIOj3RAl in thie buildings of the .ol
South (1aro.hea Gollego, with the follov
in g F'acul.ty, viz.:
i' WM. POROJIER MILES, L,L.D.,
*a President and Professor of English Lit,o
JAMES WOO,DROWV, Pu. D., D). D.,
3* Professor of Geology, Mineralogy, Blotari
P rofessor of Mathematics and Natur
I. WILLIAM BURNEY, Pn:. D.,
d Professor of Analytical and Agrioultur
('hemist ry and Experimental
TJUITLON FREE TiO ALL. Rloomi rem
for the year $10. For further informna,t,i
apply t.o the Secretary at (Joiumbiai, 5. 4
. B~y order of the faculty.
d ilRNJ. SI.OAN,
y Scret:my of' Faculi.y.
tColumbia, S. 0., August 13, 1880.
o FOR SALE.
rFiHE house and lot now eouied t
)WI.Kerr, Es'l. Trho lot has
,0 front, on Vandorhorst St. of 317 foot, arl
-a depth of 213 feet. The housn is nsew,i
- excol lent repair, and on the premises a:
j, good wvell and all necessary outbumll
lngs. Possession given Januaryl, 1881
y( Ternis nmoderate. pply to
s. JN S. REYNOLDS.
'O <A netw invoice of Gent' Scei,
F1 N. E L I QU 0 R
ty AT-HANS BROV Old Cabinet Rye
r N 1863, Cid lonnoko Whiskey. 184u
A( Also, Rottordanlbrady. Cold Man fo
to lunch from 11 to 1 o'ulvuk overy day.
[it J-11A Y rooontly made extensivo addi
C. 1.ionMo to my stock of Wino. a.
1o liquors, which consists of a full imoort
iient of Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey
1rench Brandy, A1)d0 brandy, Peacl
Brandy, Mhrry Wino, boppornong Wit
Ihapane0, cto , ote.
I claim to s-Il the FINLST ANI
I- PUR117E1ST EtYE WIlSKEY to bu had it
a Winnsboro, Givo it a trial.
I- I .lo iis 1 cp oil lind a fulsuipply o
, SEGA1je A D TO1,ACCO,
t great variety, and adapted to the tatite
Call at the PALVlfrTO HOUSE, in th
- Witnsboro Htol building.
>f of. OI&ENMINING.
oe mnh 2'i
il ------- --.
L EW 00DS.
JUST RECEIVE a fro.0h suppl3
3' of Choice Groceries. The follow,
' ing is a list of my leading articles:
Clark's Best Augusta Flour,
1, Clark's B3olted.?Joal and Pearl Grist,
r Also, a. Fresh lot of Wheat Bran.
Grannatud. SItandlard. A, Key
atone A, Extra C, and all thu luwei
Grecn and 1asted,-,ll grades
leresh Canned Goods of all1kinds,
Fresh Plekles and Sauces.
1500 Gallons Wiines and Liquort
of all grades.
Give mo a call and get a Bargain.
t 'W. 11. DONLY,
aug 17 Oun the Corneir.
U1til you have sEcn 1ur-sO.. Tbc
famous WEBSTEl, licautifully painl
ed, strong, dur'able. Don't forgot the
is t,he-BEST TriliNG ON WIHNELS.
-. r. a..>ESP'OhI'TES,
Winn nsboro, S. C.
Rt. S. DESP?OI'rEs & Ca.,
ICldgewmay, 8. O.
BLANK BOOK I A N UFACT U] i
TT^s morPd '(ros;, the ci,, Hal],,
r' .ii.. whecre ho iu fully prepared(,' wvit.h
first-class workmuen, to do all hinds of
work in h:is line.
* BLANK 11OOKS RUILED) to any patternt
and bound in any style de. sired.
My facilit.ies and long nequain ianec with,
,the business enable mue to guarantee
'- sat.isfaction Qn o.rders for Blan,k Books,
Railroad Books, anfd Books( for the uso 0of
Clerks of' Court, Sharifl'j 1iobate JTndues,
6, Mastcrs ina Eqnity, and of.her county ''Il1..
eials. Pamphlets, Magazintes, A'l.nioi,
Newvspar era and Periodicals anid all kindus
of' publientions bound ont the most rea.
sonale terms and in the hest mnanner, All
orders p)rom)ptly alttended to.
E3. Rh. STOKES,
)t Main street, opposite now Cit-y Hall, Co.
c thumbia, S. C.
a sIIERIE?S SALE.
I virtue of ant excution to men di
*.. reced I will offer for stale, befor<
e the court-house door in Winnosboro, or
the first Monday in October next
between the legal hours of salo0, to th<
highest bidder, for cash, the following,
7*. described prloperty, to wit;
r. All that plantation or tract of landl ly
Sing in F?airtioid county, containing 'rio
AoRES, laore or les, and boun.ded1 on flu
Snorth and u est by lands of ThmoR. 0. Ito
buertaton, on the east by D). R1. Flenniken
on the south W.* F. Jackson . 801(d as .1h
property j,f TP. G. llobertson, at the, sui
ol S. H. Jones.
JOIIN U DA VIS,
Sheriff's Oflico, , . F. 0.
Winnsboro, S C.,
801p. 14, 1880,
HE cpartnership hereto fore existimI
I. Under the f irmnnmo of ])ea,portes .a
Monts is this (lay dlisole by limuitat ion
Tl'o.. style of the firm will remain the sanu
and business will bo cont inued( unt i
.January 1st, 188], when the conicern wil
go into liquidation.
U1. 4. D)EMPOR T'E S,
aug 14 J.IR. MON l'8.
OATS!I OATS! !
l jIVE HUTNDRED) b'abls of pe,;ce.i
pu mre Rode Rust-I'roof Oats, warnt
c'd free frmn eovkleo heat or any oltho
ii kind of grain, for sale by
sept 35- f xtI' J. K. D)A VI.
AlIonticello, Fairloldl Co., S. C.
n .JUST RECEIVED.
Supply of' Wpt,t Plows, 11elting
hemp and Rlubber' Packinig.
J1. F. McMAS'TERI & C.)
y ED Rust-Proof' OatR, lRye an
a are for Nale cheap. A supl
aof i.be Tennessee Wagonts on JJand1.
a J1. F. McM A STER & CO.
A CARt-LOAD) of the celebrated Stude
j1.. baker Wagona, all sizes, to arriv
by the tat of September. An we have be
fore Rdld many of those wagoas in th
cony pleaso ask. those using them i
f,hev na und. . W. 1i1TWV &(r-.
UGtARS, assorted. Cofl'eos, Ili(,
k LaguIayaTv anld Old Gov. Javit.
IlO and Old Gov. Java ltpaste(j.
Teas.o 11,11mk, hoporial, Gunpllr
and Young Ilyil..
Pears, Peaches, Pineapples, To
ma11tos, SaL1lmo, Corned 4eg.. Deviled
I amid Turky, ardinIes, &c.
INnainl and Chiee8c, GinPlr PIT
RIrvc, P1? in1 lead O.t Alval, (oopC
Gelatino,l.MIustard, Black Popper ikud
BUld in. Catsup, Cross & Matjk
welP's ("howm Chow, EmpirtCho
Chow, Assorted Pickle.,, Lea & 1P
J F. McMASTEI & C4O.
LUDDEN & BATES'
~T' H E Mt UN[C 11OUSE OF T1lE SOUTll !
IftEMOVAI, TO OUR
Ntw Bouble Store
An Inmielse MluAic Temple..
Twot larvsge storIe., eacl 10 feMt front, aIn
four storivs high, fronfing onl three 4treetK
IId fiVed fromn cellair to loft with mu.sioal
supplivs. Nothing to coIpact) with it ill
th Southurn States.
AI D FG 32TORE,q
.4 i:q STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
AN MOE TO COME,
During tie ten 3ear4 tiico onr esta
lishment of our hoiume wo 1vo dev00)
the iuiie trads of tho ,ouw.hi to at _wt
derf'UIulogree, but as yet we halvel only b
hTIineCss of ( a.million $a 0111r. anid to take
car14. (of this eniormious t:rade1 wo haivu pro
vide our4 21 presen01t1131 mamothI war1ernomst.
Fa~il trlade let' will hd~ imense. We are
1< aIdy fori it. Fori mmi01ths4 our1 senilor part.
nerW has1 been'1 at thle Nortl'hot.ract.ina
m1orAI~ by every1 steameI,4,r. Non $tthes. New~
P.rices. New Te'urms, New Store, 'New De
SPECIAL4 OFFER,. F"ALL 1880.
During mon01ths1 (f Aug. Sept. anid Oct.
0.au P'Je1:, paiyalbIl 82.5. Cas'h on) a Pi
ano11 or $l(i Cash1 on1 an1 Organ, withi the
WHAT 1)0 YOU SAY TO TH!I"FFERL?
Wi'lito) for1 Ilhistra;ted Catalogues anid
New 1icoe Lists for Fall1 1660t, pad11 pre
paro to be asitoniiheld
LUDD)EN & R ATES'
Wholesna JPiano( and Organ Dealers.
-Mhfijaa'fna o .su
~RANUFALL. OPEIN-G,. ~
P. LA NDECKER B BRS
AVrNG just returried;from the-oNrth, we can.asure oir - friends, and
cuatomejors that we iave secured tho,fiest selection of.Fall and Win
r Goods. Full and cornplete. assortment of.the latost..Novelties. for, Lal
KID OLOVESI KID GLOV143 1.1. Two -and three Buttons, 50 -cents.
nglish Liale Throad Oloves with tvo, three and. sixN buttons, all sizo0
Ah iU white and colors.
I-OSI~ER/T, I-TOSI R-Eu
Ladlos' and Missos' Colored Rose in vai-iety. Mon's Half H*ose,-.al4,
Our stock of. White Goods, Embroidorios, HAndkorchefP 1gotions,. &1
is novor been more compllto.
Gonts' Furnishing- Gpot in all tl1Q now and atQraotivo styles. Ne .
lothing in new styles and at, old pricos. Notwithstanding the advance in,
o prico of woolen fabries, wa. are rpeiving the largest and handsomest,
opjc of line and medium Ulothing that ls ever boen oxhijbited in th
uro, whiph wo will soll at LAST FALL AND.WINTEj. PRIChS 1
An inspctiou is respectfully solicited.
__L A N l',CK FR & BR6
0-ON'T RUN, R.U-, wows ,
STOP AND SEE B 4 U BUY-,
Wo have the finest and largest- stock of
Ever before brought to Winnsboro. Wo bog all who have to weari
othing to come and. oxamino. our stock,. and comparo goods and' prices
ot only with W inwboro Stores, but also with any Clothing Stor0 in
lumAbi .N AJiw" Isk i1 to please como anid look before buying. olowhere.
UG EN H EIM ER & GROESCHEL
IY STO)CKl ot Fuirniit uire, whichl will be the largest, hanidsomeost sand chiea~
e'sI it~ acoring to quatilit y, and for design and worMnaniiship unlequale .
.mieinbor .Iimtil ali y goods atre warranIited to1 be as8 represen.ted. Price your
Iritu lre e'lse where, then coine to thie first-class store whero voni will have4 the
'st, seWlctjioInu m l n hy cheapel)(r. tiLar ini ii that 1 shil3 'goodls to Ridge
iv. uilyth~ -wood, White Oaik, Wowrt d'i.ls, lihicksatock, and as far as* ChestoV
d Yoirk. Thisa is ai reconlmendallt ion of' the gnalit.y anid pricO of my goods.
A new suipply ofi WVindowQ Shaides, Wall Pockets, Bracketsu, Mirrors, Picturo
ramesIC, Chiromios, Ha HaL Bcks, aind llook Shelves, cheaper thani the cheapest.
VTe hargest supply of Tlin Chmambiler Sets, matde to match Cottage and Chamn,
ir Snits. (Call and1( se'e I hem.. A nw slupplly of Sewinig MachineIIs as g~ood as
ly. D on't liy at Alachino lienc)rely b)ecaulse your another or your neighbor hasB
and1( li kes it. iR,eemlwr' thit imost of thle mhinllles that are maost largely
iffed have hist li ttle mieritI. Th'le 011 yOtt wanlt 1s the one that wvill save yon
no0 anid vextilonl, iincl not noiseless, r*un light and will last a long time. I hiavo
Rememberi)Cl t hie dold Aledal was aLwarde(d to onie of 111 the linies I r*epresent
'er eighty coutnpet itors;. I rtni refer you to many that lire uisinig it, a1 it hasu
ways1' ivenC enire Saltisfti oln. Remembe)llr thant I amn algent foar a D)oor and
sht Facl ory. Al1 orders eni Ptrsted tot m1e will have' prompt~ attention and at
e lowest pices(l. Fnit ure n 10ieaitly' iopa iredi alt, morieO'i priceS. I sam also
epared to~ mauke 1.0 order. I~Luber and1 Slinugles for sale atlsmiall profits. Sew.
g iMacin s Needles aind lit tachmtlenits and11 parts of Machineis can he had thirough~
e. D)on't fail to caIl beforoi purchalsinig elsewhore. - R. W, lIULLlPS.
JUST IN STOR I SMOKERS
EW SEE~D RYE AND IBARLEY. - ;:,
A L4OT OF RIED RUSTr-RooF ~ FylTOSN
oAT'S Tro ARRIVIS IN ~N IA I
A JrEW UAYS,
BAG.iiNG AND) TIES. T7 ~ J3S
FIYE CENT' ClGARS3
A full andi( compllete3 stock of Family A ~M E R II C A
d( P'lanitat ion Groceries will alway's
found at myi esltaishmenti(, and,T
ey will be sold at p)rices to suit the
mues. Give me a call and you shall be F. W. HlABENICHT'S,8?
lid. R.. N I.N
ALL~ Ftunimer Goods. maurked down 4
OQREST.LOWVER COLOO.KEAl C'
ALL, Cotton Goorla redd od
SNEW and popAllar Petriuinoe for '. M.JATY & CO
sale at the .l)ruu Stoie 'tf .
sept 7 ', M. A JJ N' fOTM ' l
FEp 1 up ly of Cheese Jut t6
ive ad or a 0a
WINES AND LIQUORS
G REA' VA R I ET Y.
WOULD most repectlAlly Inform
miy customers 111ul:the eftizenls of Fai
field generally, Oi.at I-koup inl stock E
6u11 Supply of 01u0 Li(uors, U.-ga
Tolacco, &mc., & and guarant.
satisfaction to anly one giving
trial. Mv stock consists as Ho0 P
---: :--- h
OTARD, DUPUY & (O.'SCOGNA(
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WIISKEYS B
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
V. M01?1.N0, E MORA SHERRY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. 11. MUMM & CO.'S RHEIMS
(IUNUINE IIINE WINJ.
D011M[IE mTO 1IQ4UORs..
SAUATQGA PU114,E IvEi WIllS
NATHIAN'S 1863- CAINE'T RYE
STIRAUSS'1iMPERHIA L RYE.WJ 11
KEESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AN])
CELEBRATED P1EFFE1 E. RYE
KENTUCKI BOTTHBON WI II 01
PLANTATION RYE WIl SK
VIRGINIA, APPLE AND PEACH:
NORT H CA1ROLhNA SWEET~ MAS] I
PLANTATION CORN WISKEYS.
NEW ENGLAND RUM,
FRENCH E'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VERY FINE OLD) CLARET WINE.
IIE MAIDE WVINES.
1 KEG0 DRIY SCUPP1ER iNONG WINE.
t KEG SWEET'I SCUPPERNONU
I KEG SWEE;T1 CAAB WINJE.
BERIGEII.& ENQEL'S CEL1EJIHAT.'
El. L.AG lIt iIEE4I ON DRJAUGU)T'
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE,
PURE CRAB APLEi CIDER. b
rPUlis NATURAL APPOL2ONA
CIARs ANIk WonAcco. I
TIlE AMAI1RICAN T1W INS CIGAR
i>FORl 2c CENT1S.
TilE hAVANA CHrAROOTS-5~Li
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