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'TZURDAY, Normubir 18, ISO
ft. A. v it . ( YNU.. .\1 T. N19
.riE Meues mnd CoJrie) deiies the
*-htarge 1iaile by Colonel Aiken ihat it
"hasjum111pedl frvom one pidel of tile - m
liticAU1 ?eest 'eotm, uiy
"We voulid not de'strov tihe Naion
4'TT4 na'0 103S',)lfY 9u3%
thepuaty dpon sonto' mor 1urg111g
basis tian sectionialissues. We wouhl
3Akeytt'Democ&tiW party tl1o 1ry
ligh tatesanilp. We wonld
-iave it ett 1oose fromile Itpast,rfbut,,
Ale Ading fast to 'thb Pternal n igciples
first vsltblishwd, we would ma!do it
niune tliag a party of in.oro politlcal
ixpeditney; kooping'a higher objeet in
'vloW than th echildish1 at'1ey of lbb
yeurted by both parties North,' wpjei
.poqys to'befi Aiken idva.."
W)oare glad to see that this Is tle
position takenby the Ncws and Crhd
* ribr, especially as its first editorial
ifter the election ceitainly inisled
nany of its readera. As tothe Deno
40iratio party's looking to the past, , we
-Inppen to have ol hand -a copy of tle
Newv York Herahlof last Jule coin
ancting monst fivorably upon the
'IQ'ocratic platform 'just -adropted,
.d saying that.the Democrats wero
looking to.tho present and the futire,
wrhile the Radical plat form wias retro
'a etion. 'We -are sick of the abuse of
lo r Northern allies. They certainly
ic Democratic from prinil ple If any
3)inocratt# are, or they- would not lco
content to conie Up for twenty-fiye
Years118. anld voto the ticket as they havo
4ono bii Vorimont, in the fiac of crush
Ing defeat. While the Niews and Cou
eier and Colonel Aikon are composing
their differences, or fighting it out, We
hope the 11iass of South Carolina
Democrats will carefully refrain from
saying either that the Republicans have
all the brains of the Nortlh or that the
'Demdbrats there are i set of fossils
and pllace-hunters. Lot thein rather
pick.thoir flints and be ready to try It
Our National Policy.
The uOWspapers of* te S.hte have
-dive-e suggestions to Inake in re'er
Cice to our Nationlal policy inl 11le
future. The Stunter Wa/chnwia thinks
tle tilie lias come 1,r seine semi of
change, and coun-sels Sonth Carvolinta
to eldop. her Uld pi-i'y (t lolilr
ulooflfronii .Nltiomail U'uv3iInll:11s, :11141
sending electors k. W1 :ishingvtonl lo N!:(.e
for the best iman. Thet Cheraw Nvn
th1inks th1at unt01ille i(01, o the(
Northiand the South dw. .-1 (t L;i
cordaniice will cont innet. lO ttii nel
shall suiit to~ no ladh-;'al doiniih,1
ini our1 S(tt :iaffir. 11 * fade a Io
imnt onily ini the nlix I ~.......
the pledges~ inisle by Ilaimipton umiil
others ut. Cinc('innat i of ai~~I1 5oli i bi
for 11laneCek t hrew the( fit inito the'
firec. It thinks thie Southi will pr'oeper
inH pr'oporbtion i to heri abL-tineC II~e fr(m
part1 iipat ion ini iNa.ional! pot.l ic, 'Ti.
FIlorence imesU'. is tired of play 1ing
conit iually' a gaine in which one
Northlerni parmtners 3* un ily f~a iI u.
I f Gi~arfield is a1 broI'tu sttesman~3i wye
s-houild meuet htim halU way. Th'Ie 3lirl
boro lanterC urge Ihat' 1311 1*he Sonthl re
ma1*in solid. WeO have~ dlividedoi a(gain
and again, only to lose and1( to fall inju o
contempit. Let us8 re~uiin solid for
hotne3 rule anid goodi govermnoniet. .A
solid Democratic party is a standtiig
mon0a(10 to tho ]tepub1llican~s. TJhieetbre
let us5 not dlisband. Th'le O)ranigeburg
Democrat is in no huirry to dlecide. li
belives thai. one hundred and1( thiiv..
eight solid votes ini the South will
always enatble her to take care of' her
T1he Edgofleld Moni/or r'i'iules thie
appeal imade by the Newl York Tr'i
bune for the South to joini (lie JIndical
party. We. will take what National
Iladicalimi we) are' 'omplledQ~ to acecept,
- but our' State miuist eer contlinue
Democra4tico. Th'le U3euf~ ort (Creseent
holds that the South must, look out f'or
herself and ally herself. with nO par
ticular set of Northern meon. Theli
South should stand by the CJolst it u
1t01n, and1 wihien the North and 'West
divide she will make herself flt.
The Laurenisville 1/erald trulv sau'-,
. thant the Demi~ocrtijc parity Is not. dea'd(.
It refu'(ses to believe flhat alleged bluni
feat of .flanicock. I t congr'atulates the
party' on its sutCess in t his Slate. T1he
])arlington .Ncws thinks we maiudo a
grave mIstake in assoumbig that the
Solith would b)0 pertaitted to have any
'voice at all in Nationmal poiltis. Leot
118 k.eep our' State st raig:ht, and34 do
wvhat is right anld n e shall have our3
recward1. "tWe existed u~nder' Grant,
thrived uinder' 1)a;es, and( if we arbe let.
aldqne wo canl flotuishi inder Garfield."'
Thle Barnwm~ell Ben/Iinl has no Idea
of going into liquidat ion. Th'le Sou(hi
nuitst reCmain oid f1(1or efrtton
aund wait for' her (ipportuniiit y.
TIheo llampton MeJ.S'engerC is orIiginial,
tsay Ihe least. 1t1- Wunls'. eiher
total absl inence fromi Nat iial platies
of else coalitIion wit bi Wcstern Green
b~acker's. The .Aengerq', immLit Iirs~
find thme G reenbacnkers. We v~onl r ns
soon1 cYoalesOc wt ih 'tlie n nit-N1ason3IC or
the, . Tem1perancoa par' y as witli the'
(G'eenibackers, so thr as5 hope of' sue
-cess Is conern'ed. The li'rnwell I'co.
pile sces hope tI Dc ue .:., ucov .
duiplles.''iThis partyi i alone can
chee 1th 'i.3oa ical -' i ne4* ii . * '3 he
Ueotgetowu .Enquirer' belitves the'
1 norru(s gro'vcld ou a low pla
i Ist caiL n. kirla. It coUlj;Sb isac-B
tic il .neafutq-e.
t4'i Alll o nutkeg a soi)d'
J.0rth aula It mndenions the idea, With
Vilt exczetly eldorsig It, of holding
ulOC from both parties and making
term.1 l1e1aidenl Jur-nal is dits-,
d wi J past experience in defeat.
it w 11,e 11 next battIC to bo piteied
," MWXisv s..1On the other hand the
Autdt'i,;mi Jtelligtuer argues that
thke Souith cannoi0t. iflid to (ilsbamlI,
and It 11a a troo'd vord 'foi, Democratic
rizIIed South. Keep our'
4N govornuits till right and in
hfolvi' vear our streigth will ilicrase.
Tho Lanenster Redlei desires to
ilig thle couservative 11)01 ofAl par
tips together, apd prove that nio Section
oaq.prosper while the other suffers
The kingstree Star believes that
tic e iocr'ats of Villitiinsburg are
\viing to give tle CJOiCd people
repreov'Jntationl if they behutvoem.
selves properly. It fivors fusioni Oil
tlimo cuhtify ticket.
.Tle Greenviile Netovs repildiates
11usipn: aniid anything looking that w-ay.
Having escaped from the slough of
despolid' it does not propose to wade
thzro;4'gh It again.
Oticr papers have spokein out, but
we have iot the data at this time to
quoto from. As to our own position, wo
have already defined It. We believe
in going straight oil as we have begrun
except as to separat.ing State and
National elect ions.
STATR AND MUNICIPAL 2'4XS.
Collpetlon or Taxes--Modo of inforcing
l'aiyment--ienaulty for Non-P'aysuunt.
From the News and Courier.
Jt is the duty of every meIber of
the General Assembly to consider
what, if any, defects there inay be in
the existing public laws vith tle vieV
to remedy them by appropriate legis
lation. One among the greatest, and
most. patent of suich defects is in the
system of assessnit and taxatioin.
'h.e present inquiry, IIOweVeI, is di
i rected to the defects in the system of
itaxatioii only, or rather in the mode of
A insual insel ion of the tax lupli
cates will show of how large a port ion
of her reveinn the Statc is. annually
deprived by the1 fatilure of taxpayers
to copywithl the(ir oblig-ationls;'Rand
this evil increases from veal to veair.
I I. iS al evil Vhich CIII 0 eC ccoinedI
for in but oI waly, viz: Chat, Ile State
eitjher cannlilot or will not eilrce the
.aynlienlt o1 thle taxes,
Iuery volir, 1111d uimietiies imorei thani
11Oe in the year, IVe see otlicial adver
I ielt'nts of the sale of 1on1g lhits of*
la'oiy, whichl yield no0 fru1it. to (lhe
t awl, in iihet, oily serve to in
erca e te public expeises, tle State
invr.inlv foirteitig tile propetv to
hot1 eli Eml Jouavinig it ini tihe possession
while14. inicreasinig the expenciscs inicidtt
to isuch' sales. It must be admitted,
b, a it suich sales have been anad are
c! omi.'cnitijonsly feeol thir obl iga
Ii lit taxe's at, all, (contlent
I afIer1the lapse of years theii Statec
nIv I o'V i thiemi, "''iyo payh oin orl
I I r \'i tax we0 rinlit, all i'irrears,''
eti eni. ljovilig alolig wiith otlici's
u 11o have'( pid lltheII ir laxeCs t ho hene
of :'( he Ii goveornmiuent whiose citizens
hoyv arie and~ whlose initerests are their'
li' hbis coni1ditioni of thinigs lie stuf'
t'credi to ri halini untchanIged thle resul t
mil t bi" ie .&i iral demliorli zatIion among
(the plel't iln respl-tto the palymen~lt
t heo St ate. Demiiorailizatioin inl one1( re.
1pe)t1 wil neiaby ied to demnorali
We now'hil narrEIow our1 inqluiry down'VE
to t1(in qustion of taixaion11 in iincrpo
raited( towns orx Pclii IO, whih are( ini
veOsted byi the1 Staite withi ai pwer~ of'
I axl.l i l wiinI thiemiselves for' their
iorpora~iite0 purp'j()oe. IIlerle ani addi tioinil
dlillienlliy presentIs itself',and thant is the'
(ifthe114 ispet ive liens oft Staute and)
my; t for example, a lien attachies
fe non14 l-paymi nenit of tae dueN(11 theO one4,
wh'ich'l ivi lie quic'kly followed by the
o1 her''s1 liin attacin~izg, tI 1) be augmled((
perhps y ni addlitilonal lien in taivor
of th firt0fo a subseoiuentI nin-pity
mentl I. fIt 0 thelirwi'se ain evil, this
ceortinlyii is ani obistacle ini the tr'anlsfer
of' pr'operty I. We do nt, siv thiat thle
bility be wvorked hiarmoiiiouslic, but
we (14 say thant It is so involved and
e'inmbr'ous as to r'end~er its efieiencv a
Now is thiere n1o remedy for tis
evil? Let us .se0. As inl some other
States, let ouri Legislture ico tihe
(o(iclCtlon of aIll taxes (Slate, coutyt
alilx imunjieipal) in the hand of' one ol'
lieeri, stuch ('(ll'ctionl to be made41 at.
such timels and1 ini ulch instahnlenlts as
may13 bet mos)t convenO~ient to the tax
payer, wvih ai penalty for' non11-pay
htent, but lI'hose in/lielion shtall be ab
solutcy sure; fori'unlless the penlity,
whait ever i;. he, shall be striitly3 ch..
forced andi( carr'ied otit, aniy sy'stem
must full of its object,.
Suhl a mhidodi would inv-olve tihe
nec(e2ssity of' altering the limits oif thle
pr'Ceent State iseid year, which begins
with Novoleber; but1 conforiJti y' to the
caleindar yearhh wiould, we' inmiugine, he
advanmtagezoius ratther than oitherwise.
T fhice ollectioni of all taxe~s by3 ani oft
fleer' wloul11( also obiate the rilhliulous
spelctac'le of a mun1 iicipl~u goverinntlt
solenmlyi 13'rescr01ibinig by ordilnance at
P.,enalty of fttteor twenity 1er ceiit.
bor nion-paym3'enlt of' Inxes, and then by
subseti(lent or'diinance or' re(soluhtiohi
WithI tile inauhgura'itilin of such a sys
Item, a single aggregate tax to be c'jl
lected by oneC (llCer, andit the pIositive
.infliction of the pena~lty fhr the non1
pahymen~lt of thle tatx, wlhtev'er t hat
penalty mJay' be, the ghost of' dlelin
quellnts will vaish, and~ wVo shall see
tilit revenuest10 of. Sla1e and counti' and1
('1t3' inicreaused and( r'endered( Calpable of'
idefintite calculat ion, besides the ad~vani
ta)ges resulting thierefr'otn In tihe genl
('ral transfer' of' prioperty.
TI. W. IACO-r.
('Charulesiton, S. C., Nov. :6, 1880.
--The prctuaedorwho gave
w ny for p~ol ibes somec tine ago is re
n.mihg his wonted vigor, and( esay
oifn i't eliltion of iuniips are' now11
I orth niorec fo'the squtare Inch tihanl
t..ev u t' re lonth ano.
Govornment Troopx Surrouinding .nues,
tery-J4h Mlonks Anply Provis 1d11n
se40"lned to Hold out. ' . *
lrom Ahe New York HIeral
LOi'bAW Nov. 8.-A dispa In
Mrkls'11 lW Sa8:-"Thtetae 0 Of d W
AbboV 'tho Prmonitr6 Fatlors con.
tlnue, iiund tho troops still surround
the Illolnaster. The Sub-Prefect states
that tile authorities do not: itend to
break 1oen tho doors, but will cuoitiliue
tile slego a na1 tit lf 1;9ssurY, '1h
11a11010r. deciare- .thy Ahave sintt
provisions anld will not vield. At
Ch1in6mr the 'I'rappists'of 1111ie Woi
dispersed onl tle 61th Ilst, by a I0og
of seven l4igadoes of genidarinrie aid
lifly troops of the line." A 'desijideli
1'Om Pais says that tho N4ntes Capti
11hine have enbarked for Cork. Ite
soignations of Ilaistrates' on acconllt
( the eiforcement of' thereliglous 'de.
rees are annoutnced daily.
Before the invostmont of the Abbey
of1 the P11'6ruoiitr6s the Paris F'qao
aiggressively published tho foilowinig:
"The goverme nt agents may now
cme; they will find the roliius or
ders and the m0en of ordel wIlo servo
h as1 'I a2' giurd of' honor oil the alert,
We hav- just visited all the religious
houses in Paris, tho as luitns of prayer
an1d of the most hiinihble virtues.
Everywhere we found- the calm of
right aid the serenity of justico. The
Marists, No. 104 Ruie do Vaugirard,
were the first to or-galizo defensivo
measures. The principal door, which
r)peis on to the street, is itself of great
solidity and protected by a saftety
0haini. Only persotis that are known
tre adiitted into the cha1pel, and all
the doors iido the convent have beci
strengthened. At the Oratorians, No.
11 IRue du tegard, the chapel, also in
4ide, is isolated from the convent. The
street door, provided wit.h a 01111i, is
protected by two lavy bolts, which
will long resist tile -Constans eirilssa
'ies. The Cauclie~ns lavo not thought
it nece:ssalry t~o close their (door's in tile
iluc de la aitO. Every ono can have
lecess to their chapel, but the ch1011 is
weparated from tho nave by a balus
rade, which must be cross'd to reach
he0 vestry, the door of which is closed
ehild tile oflleiatilig priest, and will
)Ilyo be opened to him. At t.he Coi
vent of cllpuls the oako door is four
nclies thick and hats it guard - chain.
1'le Chapel is isolated. To enter this
'olvelt other atrolng rdoors will have
:o be burst open. The houso contains
uItin1erouis tellats, ailong others the
bllristinli Brothers who 1bund al asy.
umli there after their expulsion fromi
,he Cu0111111111111 school opposito, and
everal priests oil a retreat. The
lIedemptionists of. the Boulevard
Wiflihnontan-mt have had iron bars fI!xed
30ehind thii' Muter (1001'. EaRcII coil Is
wovided with a double door, and (th
illuicil picklocks will have 110 easy
ask. The door oni tho &>ulovard is
lot deteided, as the chapol is a chapel
3W ease to the parish of1 St. Ar'broise.
l'hi ellapel is, however, shut oil ' from
lie convent. The Redemptionists aro
m-1ry popularl ats tho(v devote them11
'elves to woris of chirit .Interesting
Ie worklling c1aes. The Domilicns
are 111140 pllo)e(ted from i silprise by a
ns18sive door' l1(1 guard chain. As
vill be seeii (lie iext expulsions will
to(. he eflected iI a monillit, an1d M.
'onistanis' atlt will halve to emplo)1v
toy's. Thell aixe wv~il avo to lbe br'ouight
1to play. BIut will such a1 speciacle
T RMUi1'LI E BA R M' Rit0ORIA T.
Prinen Leopold Unvienla flo Monlumnlit
rTh'eted' by (lhe CIty of Lomdon onl thu . Site
of Im 1w OlH istaric Lii mtunl r'k.
LOxNox, Nov. 8.-Pince1( Leopold
his miorin g un Iv(iled (t.' Temniple fliar
i'afh'i ml that quarlter-'l Thei statue of'
lhe Quaeen,~ on 0one side, 1is' exreelv
1:ad1; I hat, of' 1he Pr'ince ot' Wa'les, iln 'a
Iiiinar'k cirass8, is on thie other'.
111oth wereI' haly~ recognized by tile
Thel1 hiistor'y of thie so-called Moil
i1 of''l'em' l h1) r 111'Is i nstr'netive. It
ook( ai verIy long time1, imtleed', (0 etlect
.he0 reQInoval of' tile ieketv old ob
tci1(tionl itse'lf. Lonig after' it w'as
oinene as8 a1 dangerl and(11 aInisanYCO
yV all hilt thie city au1thor1ities It still
clood to conisl rict tile traleI of' 'tile
'trandlil utitl ati last it had to be 'e
'emoved( hest it should tumble dowin
>' itself. But. eveni before this happv
ies lad 1a1ready' begun to in)(lke steps
1' r'~eplng the doomed0( obstruictioni
>y a11new b)lo. The billhiant idea oc
oiirred (o som1e miiembe of' thle corpo-.
'at ion 11hat Tepiiile liar ou1tiht to be
rommem~i1orau~ti. and1 the 1l(11 ndarv1 of
lhe city to be c'lear'V ly dlined, at' tile
101int where it f'or'm'ly stood. Se
nemberJ~is of thle cSloporat ion 1laid (11e11
101nds togetheiri, and a commiiittce was
11ns'trctd to diecidi oin the mem~lor'ial,
hnd to confer' wVithi tile bencher0ls of the
l'mhpJe, (ihe ar'chiitect. of (lie ne w lawv
.inter'ested as8 to its site and1( nafturie,
['le city arebiltect wa'is set to wor'k,
11nd pr'oduced what wias deslcribed at a
ineelingi oft' h e Cominoni Council held
oward (lie close of last year' as (lie
nodel0 ofi a veryV beautil'iwoi'k of arlt,
n111 all'rspects wor'thv 'of the city of
Londonitii d th11 le llt'ntropol. *The
Jeiomo Council wais so lparenoltly
trucitk with tile beauty of tis model
liat. It asented at 01nc0 to tha cre'ctionl
' (lie sir'uetuire. It. was to co(st ?E10,
0(1(. 'IlTere were to lhe f'ouri has 'relif
1' subjects not 81peci'ted. Thler'e wer'e
o lbe stat(11os of (lhe Queen antd Prince
>f Wales ''of veryv large slzo and( the
niarbile of (lie pur'est qulhity," thbough
lhe city lar'chitoct miodestlhy refr'aiined
'oml sayinig aniythinig n'hiout their
lIrtisti c metiCts. Last, thiough nhOt
ealst, therei' w'as to lbe a1 mnonstrous1
vrilin oni (lie top, estimiatedl to cost
~-11 Is said( tha~t Juidge Yaple tand
>(1her cont ituat ionail lawyers' of thie
4tuate oft Ohio are of' (lhe opinion thiat.
Jlei'nr a Garflid's resignation ias Soina
or froim Ohio, for (lie six y'ears snec
'cod ing (the fourth I day of' ndOt Malrch,
hou1gh acceplted in a legal mlanner',
weates nle 'al vacancy, tand that thle
heg islatuare 1;ust (chosen in thaut State
will have no power ((I elect a Senator
>f Mac,18.Teter ie th
1ir. Gar'tlehd cannlot resign an ofice h~e
ins never0l held(, and1( lt.hatJdge Thur
nau is (ho only mian who w'oul have
till his power' to resign (lie seat
w1lhi (lie Ohio Legishuture Intended
\l'. Gar'lIold to (fil after (lie 4thu of
klarch0i. It this v'iew lbe COrrect (lie
Iext Uitled Stales Sonateo may be
>'ganis~ed under11 D~emoci'atic anisies,
as the Seniato mecets on. (lie '4'th of
\liarch to con firm the* ahipoinitmenit of
Nubs~cribe to T1'IE NEWS Agn lig.
AN O'EN QUESTION.--Tihe WinnabC
ro NznwS ANI) IlritA I.! orI'alIzes'a (11
csio1 oil apolit of vital tinportlile
o fir ditty of tho Legislature -i
re nact e two ballot-box law thI
as poal kast year, and the iex
to aopt 1 cnstitutiolial iaiondnion
rovlding for a holding of Stute anc
ational elections.on diflereit davNs
Several Southernii Stittes have sintili
laws. South Carolina must folloN
their example. This Is the solution o
06od onity.' 4
,flis positlon is tnet by trave' objee.
Ligispge, r~ltps vcrbin.11t g the r'ea
Sons In ts 6avor. O0 .Onble inl th(
State has been the inertness of the
p0)l onl nation1al politics, We hIiav(
bcon so I onig hedged III from without
and beset IVlth afipt-ions within tha
we have n'cgtir1ed a -local habit 01
nind every uian's thought and atton.
tion boing devoted to keepiig tfhc
wolfitrom his owl' irminediato door.
We admit that, in this sect ion at least,
the appeardnees Indicatel that tlic
Natiolal tiket was the ino'tive powet
and the local 61i the moved. Cheers
for Hancock kept time to the raph1
pattering of hoofs that signalled Lbt
Red Shirts coiming over the iountait1
roads. - This Was an exception, how.
ever. It is'nioro probable that here.
after the two tickets will st-rengtheti
each other, and that their comnbi ned
force will be required to itisure safety,
Had a man loss attractive to the spirit
or tho people ben the Presidential
nomineo in the recont election the ab
114n)we of apparlent oplosition inl the
State would have caused a dangcrous
A pathy. The question is one forgrave
consideration, however, and should be
freelv discussed. Wecont'ess to doubts.
-- 6' 7lejlN ,qrs.
-A silver lining to the Democratic
cloud of disaster comes froin far-ofl
Oregon. The Democrats have elected
a Governor of that State, although it
is now conceded that they lost the
T HE building' known as Morris' Hotel,
now oco-apied by Mr John Glad.
don. Apply to F. ELDER.
DI. W. E. AII EN,
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Goods. etc.
WINNSBORO, S. U.
r "E books for the collection of
town taxes will be open on the
1st of October, and reinal open. until
the 1st of Deeil)er. 31v offlee is at
the store of Messrs. F. Elder & Co.
E. 8. CIIANI)LER,
sept 30 Clerk and Treasurer.
DEBTORS TAKE XOTICE.
IA L parties indebted to us on any
. accoulnt whatever will please come
forward and settle iimmdiately,as we need
tho money and must have it.. Any one
who has bought stock from us, who is so
unfortunite as .not te be able to pay, will
please bring the stook and agro on a
settlenicet s6 i to save us trouble, and
costs to theiselves. settlement we must
have. No'other notice will be given, and
action will be ta'.en at onceo against all
who do not respond,
nov 13- tx2w W. R. DOTY & CO.
CLE K'SSA LE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FA'IRFIELD.
Wv. D). Bolick, Plainitiff', against Frank
lin Clarke and Others, Defendanits.
I N pursnance of an order of' the
Cour11't of Comiioni Plean, mlado. In
the above-stated case, I will offeri for
sale bef'ore the Court Iliouse door in
Winnsboro Onl the~ first Moundnv In
D~ecember ntext, withini the leg~al hiours
ot' sale, at public outory, to thle high
est bidder, thle following-described
propert y, to wit:
All t ha1.l pie~'ce, parcel or t ract of land
lying, being and situnate in the County
of' Fairfichd, in the State of So'uth
Carolina, containiing four hiundred
acres, miore or' less, anid bounded by
lands of' 8. Il. Stevenson. Mirs. L. 1).
Owens, Aloses Clowvney, .James Trun
er', the estate of' Hugh Milling, dIe
ceased. and others-being -the flauta
thou of which Mlrs. HI. Isabella Ioliek,
late of' the County mid Stiate af'ore
said, (died seized anid possessed.
'rEUMS or SAL):
One-third of' the p)uch'as-money to
be paid in caish, and1( the balance in' two
eqgnal anniual istalmnents friomn day of
sale, with interest from said( day,
payaible) annually until the whole of
the prinici pal and1( initer'est shall be
imid ; the purchiasor to give for such
balance a bond seenred by a maortgage
of the prielmikes sold, and to pay for all
ICierk's OfIlice, *W. Hi. 1(1ERR1
*Winnasboro, S. C., C. C. C. P. F.'C.
Nov. 1:2, 1880.
( EIRK's SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
coUNTY OF FAIIRFIELD.
0. 1B. Lamar, et uix , et .d., Plantifia,
vs. J. M. Rnmtlandand C1( . D). Ford,
Executors of WVill of N. A. P'eay, Dc
I N pursnaneo of an ordler of the Court
otf Commnon Pleas, made in the above.
stated ('ase. I will otYer for sale, before
the cotuit-house door in Winnsboro, on
tt.e first Monday in December next, with
im tho legal hours of sale, at pubi)linc out.
cry, to the highbea, bidder, the following.
described proerty, to " It:
All that certain tract of land, situste,
lying and being in the OCunty or Far
field, in thte State of South Carolina. con
taiming twelve hnd~re i and seventy-hive
acres, aaor or less. andi~ boun-lcd on the
north by lands recently behonpinig to the
estate of' N A Peay, deceased,' known a~s
the "Dutcmanmu's Creek Place," oin the aiast
by lands purchased at the sale of saidl
estate by John II. Cathcart, and R. WV
liaynes, on the wvest by lands belonging5
to (lie estate of Strother '1'idwell, do.
ceas'.d, anud on the south by lands belong.
ing to Sanol Dixon-saidl tract being
conmmonly known ats the ''(rahanm Plaeeo
A," of the estate of N. A. P'eay, decased.
TE IIS OF SA LE :
One-third of the puirchause money to be
paid in cash immediately uplonl the close
of the bidding, for the balance a credit ol
one and two years from the day of' sale,
the p~urelhaser to give his bend for said
balance with interest thereon fromt thej
(1ay3 of salo, scured by au mortgage of the
priemmes sold, and to pay for all necessa
ry papeors, and in case of a failure to com..
pty with said termas, the land to be immue
diately resold, at which re-dale the first
purcbaser's bid will net again b)e taken,
and ,the land to be continually resold as
lezhembo mentioned until a purohaser
do conu1ly. .W.11 KERRtU
lrks Offies, 0. C. C. P. F.'C.
Winnaboro, 8. C.,
Nov. 11, 1880.
- nov 13
Pa' voni- &unbsri.?n.
TUi LTTIM EiJIN'E rIIl$87~.My App
(loter Pils are.the qi; reliable li2the World
OR1x4ou1tiI ly v;ht tlej. Vir~e 16 osnte fr JarIf
all Dr in c oo uty.
I 'L 9 s_ onea F
horses with the be t results. I had one
turned over to me Tor whici4 the owner. woui
have taken Ssvi,and after treating him wit h.th
Stock leed for two weeks, I consider him wortl
$40. My wife has tried it, alco" on her chickem
which were dying rapiqiy with cholera. and shl
did dot lose one after giving the firtkdoso.
' J. I. PORTER,
Proprietor Livery Stable.
sold by all Druggiste itI this county.
Coi.usnus, GA., Jan. 17, 1878.
DR1. J. 0. HOFFETT--Dear Doctor-Last sum
mer, when our little girl was teething, we trie4
a gre'it number of prescriptions, but none o
them relieved her. We finally hod brought t4
our notice your Teethina (Tecthing Powdem)
and used them witit the happiest results. 1'4e3
gave her a speedy And perinanent relief.
very heartily recommend them to others.
Yours very truly
0. 11. GLENN,
President Columbus Female College.
Its speedy cures csores and eruptonas. spon th
skin hauve Lia remuarkable.
GOLDTII WAITE & SON
Druggists, Troy, Afa,
HEALTH AND BEAUTY COMBINED.
iJ'.itoan's Rights.o-One who has long studie
this subject now presenta theresultof his in.
vestigations. lie 's happy to pay thati. he ha
discovered "Woman's Best Friend." It itI
adapted especially to those cases where th(
womb is diordered, and will cupre any Irregu,
larity of the "menses." Bradlilid's Femaak
Reguliator acts like a char in "whites" orm
sutdencheek (if the "monthly courses,' fron
cold, trouble of mind or like causes, by restor,
ing the charge in every instaneo. In chrank,
cases Its action is prompt and decisive, and
saves the constitution from countless evils and
premature decay. Prepared by Dr. J. Brad,
Hold, Atlanta, Ga. For sale at $1 60 per botthc
by ail druggists.
Miiltown, Cl'ambers 0o. Ala., July 18, 1s1.
I have used your Femuale Regulator exton
stively in my practice for a long time, and wili
entire success where there was no complicatoi
of disease. If it is not a specille, it is, in my
o ihnion, 1h best known remedy for the dis.
ca3es for which It is recommended.
J. I. DAVIS, 31. D.
Messrs. Lamar. Rankin & Lamar; Gentlemen:
A inember of my family Whom I feared had
Consumption has been entirely cured by th
use of Drewer's Ligig Restorer. Hits condition
was very alnrring to ill of us and we did
evury thing we-could think of to 'tenefit him,
wit.hout success, until 1 got him a bottlo of your
Lung Heatorer. le began to improve after the
firit duse and before he. had taken two bottlel
was entirely cured, where 7 feared no cure wat
possible, and I most cheer ully recommend it to
nll viho have any 'irfections of the lungs. Hit
was coughing and spitting all the lime, so in.
cessantly that it prevented his sleeping at
night and what, little sleep he got did iot re.
fresh him in the lenst. find but little appetite,
and sinoe lie began t-he use of Brewer's Lung
Restorer has slept well and his appetite is very
01uch bitter. I haMVe never seen iany thing act
so promptly nad effect a cire in sc short a time.
Wtshing you greal. success and h'ping the
: bovc may infuence many to try Brewer'i
Lung Restorer where they need a medicine to
strengthien and restore the Lungs to . healthy
condition. I am very respectruly.
Ni 118. E0. J. WILLIAMS,
C2 Waulington Av. near Wesleyan jefnalc
Sold by the Druggists of this coutnty.
. . . ....-r1 A D
Cood Reasons for the Doctor's Faith.
Ml UN1ot1, GA March 28, 1880.
We have for twelve nonths beei prescribing
8. 8. 8. ("Swit's Syphilitic Specific") in the
itreatment, of Syphilis and many other diseases
for which it is recommended, an I nre frank to
say that. the resulls have been most sat-isfacto
ry, not, having beein disappraluted h a single
instance. Ve ihink, for all disnss for which
it is recommended, it tanids without a peer,
and that the medical profeadon vill, sooner or
later, be forced to acknowledse it, In the treat
mnent, of the syphili In tail stages as a sin qa
?aOM. N. L.. OAL LO w AY. M1. D.
J. T. iWOBIN80N, M.1).
AT LANTA, GA., AMay 22 1si9.
One of our workmen had a bad ease of Syph-.
Ills, of five years' standing, and wvas cured en.
tirely witth "swift's Syphi.ic speclieo." lie it
now to all apnearance,s. and in his own belier,
soundac nnd wvell. WM. R. & T. W. HOOPER.
'iti SW Atl .E'ICIFIC COMPANY, Proprie.
Sol by an b)rugglsts,
Call for' a copy of .Youlng Men's Friend.'"
FALL AND WINTElR
CLOTHING, HATS ANL'BfUR
At the Great Clothing Storo of
SIJoENHEIMER & GOlIEseHEL.
Every one in want of Clothing should
go to the CLOTH-ING STORE
of Sugenihoirmner & Groos
c:hel, beforo buying as
the largsst and
Stock of those Goods over offered in
Winnsboro will be found there.
HOW TO BET.
Don't bet on elections, but bet
your b~ottom dollar thatt Sugenheim
er & Groesehel can suit you for the
leas moey f ay bnsein town.
Weo select our Clothing with wvatohful care,
We try to. alway-s deail with you fair.
We're bound to pleaseo ver ready to try,
Comoc and see us when you want to buy,
SUJGENIJEIMEl & G ROESCIIEL.
Dross Goods, Laes, Collars, Ctuffs,
Boots, Shoes, Neckties. Hats, Caps,
Nobions iind oceans of New Good~s.
Prices Low, First, Last and All the
Tine. SUoIENIJEIMER & GRlOEseHIEL.
iUGAlA8, assor'tedl. Coffees, io,
Lagniavria and Old Gov. Jav'a.
Io anid Ohi (ov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Bllack, lImiperial, Guinpowderi
and Young Hlyson.1
Pears, Peaches1 Plineapples, To
matoes, Salmon, Corned ileef, Deviled
Iblam and Turkey, Sar'dines &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, Ginger re
ser-ves, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coopoi
Golatinie, Mustai'd, Black Popper and
R ald win Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chiow, Em pire, Chow
Chow, Assoi'ted Pickles, Lea & Por
inl's Worestershire Sauce.
s Jt 4. F3. McMASTER & CJO.
bDy' Goods and Notions for every
boyand priets low at
tBUGEfK1l.IMlER & GIIOEsCREL,
FVOJC TI M r1 4 %7AN TIlE BEAUTIFUL!
X ThRIBUTED BY
DESPOR'IS A EDIZUNIDS,
UNDER WiRIGHT'S HOToLk).
TN Merohndise, duriDg FMR WE 15, a Rpost ptt Iotiip1es, See our Dress
Goods in all the latest styles'1ipi 1i0 eW06 a .Mtias,sery,O Handkerohiefs
and Notions in newest novelties. Gents and Youths' Hatsin 10go istook, Ladies',
Gonto' and Children's.Doots'and Shoes, Ladios' Oloaknaew ndstyl h, at 4New York
prices; #ilaukets, Oarpsts, Comfortables and Lap Robes, at the New Store of
DESPORT ES f, 1 D IA ED UNDS;
nov 0 Under Wright's Hotel, Uolqabia, S. C.
'NO BO A S T NGV
I T IS well known throughout Fairfiela county that the old established
I house of F. ELDER & CC. is always Qtd the square. We sell oar cuss
tomers goods once, and they como back. Why 7 Because we *re reliAble
and sell only goods that give satisfaction. Our
FILL AND WINTER STOCK
Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot And Shoes, Hat, Gent' Furnishing
Goods Ar4 Notions, is complete.
Our Grocery, Crobkery and Woolenware Department is fully up to the
PRICES AS LOW
as anywhere -elae. We invite your attention and inspection. We pn
suit the tastes of every one,
F. E ELADER Co.
The Best Ever Prodlced!
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
CHALLENGE THlE WORLD TO PRODU[TCE I.Ts EQUAL i
i One thousaind dollars reward ofrered to any person that will do as great
a raige of work, and do it as vell, on any other inalhine as as canl be done on
the "BAVIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE." Arrangements fo'r
he contest will be made with any one desiriig to compete for the Eibove-namued
reward, within a reasonable time after written applicatiou is received.
DAVIS SLWING MACHl INE CO.,
Another large lot of the above Machhics and the improved Weed just re-.
ceived. J. 0. BoAG, Agent.
White and Colored Piques, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corsets, Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets, Ruching,
Belts, Linen and. Lace Collars, Fichus, Ties and evrything generally
found in a first-class Dry Goods, 'ancy Goods and Millinery Establish
nent. You can get 'all you want aszeaeonably as same goods can be bought
nywhere J.. 0. BOAG.
THE DREAT HEADQUARTERF
DRY GOOS , NOTIONS, BOOTr, SHOES, 11A TS, CLOTHIING
GLASS AND CROCKERk 'WARIE, WOODEN WARR,
WiLLOW VARE, COFFEEBS, TEAS, ETC., ETC.
T has been my motto since I opened business in Winnsborio to bring .all
articles in my line to a living profit and do away with those long
profits which are ruinous to the interests of any town or city. I do not
blow or boast as some of my fogy competitors term it. No doubt goods
at these prices surprise. them. but you can get anything in my store at
prices advertised. I sell goods at a small profit, and am determined to
LEAD THE VAN!
My buyer is shipping goods by every freight at twenty per cent. less
than I could buy them when in New York myself four weeks ago.
Calicoes Still Lower I
2,000 Yards to.arrive, 4f cents. Best standard ,rands at 0J and 7 cents
worth 8* everywhere.
lAIMIGIFS PICI ARE BOUD TO TERLL !
1'ilack Goods a-specialty. I handle Lubin's Cashmores. -the best mann
facturer of Black Cashmere in the World.
English Crapes, Nun Cloth, Velvetines, Mohairs,
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Twenty Cases Boots ani Shoes just received from the best manufactur,
ore. No old trash carried over for the last three years, every pair new and
SOA1P, SOA P, SOA P.
Twenty-five Boxes of the best 1 lb. bar ever in Winnsboro, for 5 cents.
TE.A.S. TE..A~S, TE.A.S.
Fid Half Chests of Tea, bought far belo': its value. Good English
Proakfast Tea at 40c. A good Hyson Tea at J5o. Gunpowder 75. E~very
person using Tea should see these goods befor. buying
T O A RR IV E.
3000 Pieces Tinware, 5 Pieces Carpeting at 50, 65, 85 cents and $1.00.
Watand see these goods and save at least twenty per cent.
THE LR~ADER EVER I
John L., Mimnaugh.