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TOWN AND COUNry
S ATHUtU, November 2o, I t t 1880.
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All conmiuniontions, of whatsoever
nature should he addressed to the
Winnshoro Publishing Company'
Wiamsboro, S. C.
RAIRnoAn SCHEDULES.-Tho trains
on the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
Railroad reach Whinsboro as follows:
Day passenger, northward, 1.00 p. m.;
southward, 6.12 p. in. Night passen
ger, northward, 12.20 a. in. ; south
ward, 8.69 p. i. Day freight, north
ward. 8.65 a. in.; southward, 12.40
p. m. Night frelight, northward, 2.88
a. m.; southward, 10.85 p. in.-This
schedule ts oi the basis of Washing
ton time, which is about fifteen minutes
ahead of Winnsboro time.
Wagons- U. G. Desportes.
Great Excitement-P. Landecker &
Fair Notice-MeMaster, Brice &
Fresh Drugs and Medlcines-Mc
Master,,Byice & Ketohin.
Notice-Joim alade and- others.
G. L. I.-T. H. Ketchin, Secretary.
Cotton sold on Friday at 10-40.
STARTLING ANNOUNClulENT.-As I
expect to make a cimange in my busi
iess on the first of January, I offier my
entire stock of Fifteen Thousand Dol
.lars' worth of Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Glassware,
Crockeryware, etc., at prices unheard
of In South Carolina. These goods
have been bought for cash, and I offer
theln at pricos unheard of in Wilns
boro. I will refrain from quoting
prices at present, but a visit to my
store will convince you of the above
facts. All parties indebted to me will
come forward and settle at once-by
Iote or otherwise.
nov 20 JOHN L. MIMNAUGI.
NEW ADvERTIsEMENTs.-Messrs. P.
Landecker & Bro. announce to the
public that they have In store a full
supply of goods in their line, -which
they will sell as low as the lowest.
Their stock will be found well assort
ed and well selected, and buyers can
fad anything they want to suit their
Messrs. McMaster, Brice & Ketchini
have their usual attractive stock to
show, and purchasers ill do wvell to
give them a showing. They offer
special iduceme~nts in shoes-of
which thley have now on hand an un
usually fine assortment. They have
also a good stock of ladies' cloaks, in
wiichl they wvill give good bargmiins.
Mr. U. G. Desportos has just re
ceived two carloads each of the Web
ster and Avery wagon. -Those wagons
are too wecll known to need any com
Mr. D. R. Flenniken has just re
ceived a fresh supply of staple and
fancy groceries, conisistinag of sugars,
coffees, flour, bacon, hams, fancy
goods, etc., etc., in variety too great to
enumerate. Parties wishing such
things (and who does not?) will do
well to visit Mr. Flennikeni's establish
mnent.,His new advertisement, crowd
ed out of this issue, wvill appear in our
TrAN~xeolvING DAY. - Governor
Jeter has issued' the following p~rocia
It is a cuistomn consecrated by roli
gious use from time inmnmemorial for
the peop~le of a commonwealth to give
public Thanksgiving to the Author of'
all good for the manifold blessings re
In this State the labors of those en
gaged in aricultur ie have generally
been crowned wvithi success, while
other occupations have been adequate
*We have ben spared a visitation
from pestilential diseases, wic h cause
so much distr'ess and desolation, and
whilst In soine portions of the world
the poor are threatened with starva
tion, here all who try may find abun
In order,'thereforc, that the people
of this Comnmonwvealth may render
thanks to Him from whom all blessings
flow, I hereby app~oint T1hursday, time
25th of November', A. D. 1880, 'is a
day of public thanksgiving anid prayer
to Alnighty God for isa many mer'
les, and invite all to lay aside for the'
occasion their ordinary cares and dum
ties and, not forgetting thoese wvho de
serve charity, to devote that day to
In testimony wher'eof, T have here
unto set mny hand and~ caused the great
seal of the State to be afixed, at Co
lumbia, this 16th day of November
A. D. 1880, and in the one hundred
and fifth year of tile Independence of
the Unite'd States of Ameriea.
Tumos. B. JETEn, Governor.
-DOTS .PROM "DARK GORNMR."
The. Change From rob~es to Crops--The
Condition of Corn and Cotton--Planting
Small Grain-Political Notes.
DAnic CollNKn, Nov. 18.-We are
beginning to think about home mat
toi's again as the anxiety and excite
ment of tile election are over. We are
trying to .fluish gather'ing and sowing
our~ gr'ain crop, which has been much
neglected on account of the dry weath
er, and aroinowv stopped on account of
too much rain. Bpt by no means
should we fail to put in a good crop of
eats and spring wheat. While the
cotton crop is' & fatr one, thle corn
Crop was very poor and of: a sorry
)We think our county ofileors should
be'prou& of thehii vpo, und Ahould i
return (iy and do "amueh 'i they cal
for the benefit of their supporiers ii
reducing our taxes (which seems to bc
too high) by short legislation, a re
duction of offices and, If possible, a re
duction of salaries. But for good
honest service allow a living compen
We hear but little about the late
election except from the Alston Green.
backer alid'from the .Fcasterville fol
lowers of McLane. Of course every,
body will conskoer the source and tak<
it for what it Is w9rth. , We hear thal
the Alston Greenbacker has had a
meeting of the coQns and told them
that they had been defrauded, and that
if he were they ho wouldn't stand it.
They have been rightly dealt with,
Their interests will be 'as fully pro
tected as they would have been to have
made the Alston Geenbhcker Adju.
tant and Inspector General, or sent
McLano to Congress. We hear a good
many rumors afloat about- what the
king of the Feasterville Greenbackers
says. While the negroes are disap
pointed on account of their'defeat, he
is telling them their rents are too' high
and wages too low--which-is calculat
ed to injure them by keeping them
from trading and sowing a little grain
and making their quarters. inomforta
ble. But he is a merchant under an
assumed name. He never once tells
them that their lien and tobacco bills
are too high. ,We all know that such
talk means only a bid for office.
It has been said that the Colemans
and Feasters are,. all Greenbackers.
This is a - mistake. Messrs.. Henry,
David and Yongue Coleman-three
brothers-'-are red-shirt Democrats, as
well as high-toned, honorable men.
Messrs. John C. and Moses Feaster
ar equally so, and they voted the
Democratic ticket from Hancock to
MAR RIED-On the 17th Noven
bor, 1880, by the Rev."A. M. Cart
ledge. Mr. M. I. MOBLEY to Miss
MARt MCORREY. All of Fairfleid.
ATTENTION ! G. L. I.
A TTEND regular ineeting in Town
Lk Hall next Monday evening at 7
Dolook, sialrp A full attondance is do
sired. By order:
T, Hf. K~ETOHIIN,
nov 20-fl Secretary.
A LL persons are hereby wrirned not
.-L to trespass in any way-by hunt
ing, fishing or othprwise-upon our plan
L.tions, Persons disregarding this notice
will be prosecuted to the full extentof the
law JOHN WALLAUE,
DAVID L. GLENN,
,WILEY T. Y ARBOR OUJGII,
GOODS GIVEN~ AWAY!
WE, the undersigned, announce to
the ublie that weo have just re
ceived a new lot of
LADIES' AND GENTS'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
.TRUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
Which we wvill sell at the lowest; and
in addition to the low prices we give
to every p~urchtaser of' *5.00 an extra
FIFTY OENTS WORT.H OF - GOODS,
And to every pturchaser~of $10, an ex
tra present of
ONE DAOLLAR'S WOR~TH.
A new lot of Three-Buttoned Kid
Gloves, only 60 cents, real Alexander
Kid Gloves, $1.00-wortha $1.25.
ALL KI.NDS AND STYLES.
A call for inspection is cordially in
vited, and satisfaction guaranteed ini
. We are bound to please and think
we can interest, you if you uieed any
thing In our line.
SUGENBEIER A5 GR~OEs0UEL.
People of Faireld.
N OTICE is now given that It will
be to the advantago of buyers to
GLANCE AT GOODS
In our line before buying elsewhere.
We propose selling oo s as low aFs
the same quality are sold or offered by
anybody. Our oods speak for them
SPEOIAL INDUCEMENTS OFrERED
We would call the attention of the
Ladies to otur stock of
an inspection of which we respectfully
McMASTER, BRICE & IETCHIN.
Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
C 1ASTOR OIL, Bluestone, Borax, Cay.
enno Popper, Lactoueptmzno, Bath
Sponges, .ough Syrups. Soothing 8y rups,
Bay Iuim, Perfumery, Ginchonidia, Qui
nine, Tutts', Gilder's an.1 Strmng's Pills,
Essence Ginger, Capsino Plasters.
Onion Rot: Prepared Cocoa, Canary
Seed. Gun P wier Tea, Ilysor: Teit, low
dered Black Popper. Machino Oil, &c. Just
McM A STF.R, U3RICE & KETCHIN.
FOR THE PEOPLE,
ONE CAll LOAD OF THE FAMOUS
ONE CAR LOAD OF THE RELIABLE
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERISOLD.
For sale by
U. G. DESPORTES,
It. S. DESPORTES & CO.,
R idgeway, S. C.
Clliler & Cha1O'
T H E Finest lInes of Ladies' and Gents'
. . Gold Watohes, Chains. P'ins and
Ear-Rings, that have ever been brought
to this place0.
A fine assortmont of Cameo and Plain
Silver and Plated Ware of all kinds.
Violins, Violin Strings, &o.
HANDSOME TOILET SETS.
Viaeos, Motto (Cups, Lamp Goods, Glass
wvaro, Clooks, &c. All as CHEAP as the
Cheapest. nov 168
B Y virtue of certain warrants directed
..to me, I will offe.r for sale, hefore
the Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C.,
on the first Monday in December next,
between the legal hours of se,o the fol
lowing perysonal prloperty, to wit:
One thousand pounds of seed cotton,
more or less, thirty-five bushels of cotton
seed, more or loss, twecnty-fcvo bushels of
corn, more or loss, seven hundred pounds
of fodder and hay, ioro or less, sold as
the property3 of Joe Woodward, at the suit
of thiss Josephino Laid.
One dark -brown horse mulo, called
Dock, sold under a bill cf sale given to
Miss Josephino Ladd by Joe WVood ward.
One hale of cotton, sold as the property
-F Ca'viii Gibson an 1 others, at the stit
of J. M. Gallo way A Co.
One bale of cotton, sold as the property
of Louis Stephenson and Stephen Steph
enson. at the Ruit of F Flder & Co.
TermR -( ash. JOHN B. D)AVIS.
Sheoriff's Of1ccoS. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. I., November 17, 188 '.
HER~MANN BUL #TIN1LE,
Factor & General Commission Merchant,
C HA RL E STO0N, 8, C.,
GERMAN KA1NIT, or POTASH! SALT,
Peruvian Guano, No.1 I nd No. 2,
Pure Fish Guano, Nova Scotia Land
Plaster, Ground Houth Carolina Plhos
phato, and oftier bERtTIfdZ~lIS. Also,
CO0R N, O A TS, H AY, E tc.
Orders filed with dispatch, and liberal
advances made (on conisignments of Cot
ton and other Produco.
J. E. MODONALD,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,-.
WO. 8 LAW .EANGE,
WVINN8BORO, 8. 0.
9W' In IBear of Court Hiouse,
iF YOU WA -T
ANYTHflING IN THEfll
CALL AND GET THE BESV AT
F W. IABRIDNICITS.
SCOTOH WHISKEY PUNCOES,
F. W. IABENICHT'S.
JAMAIOA EUM PUNCHES,
F. W. IABENICHT'S.
TOR AND JERRIES,
MADE OF THlE BEST IMPORTED LI
F. W. IIABENICHT'S.
THE~ "DON CARLO,"
BES I' TEN CENTS CIGAR FOR TH1
MONEY, . T
F. W. H.\B.NICHTS.
- : 0:
'WE have now in store the laigest
stock ever purchased by us,
and which will be disposed of at low
Shoes, Grocories, Bridles.
Saddles. Harness, Red Leather,
Harness Lea~her &c.
We are not given to "BLOWING,"
but pan truthfully say we are offer
ing solid bargains, and will be glad
to see you.
. U. G.bESPORTES.
F 1iN E L 1Q UO0R S.
NATHIANS BROS.' 01(1 Cabinet R~yo,
1863, 0ld Roanoko Whiskey, 1860t.
Also, Rotterdiam Brandy. Cold Ham for
lunch from 11 to 1 o'clock ovory day.
JHA VE raeotly made extensivo addi.
..tions to my stock of Wines and
hiquors. wvhich coninstH of a full assiort
mnent of Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey..
French Brandy, Appio Brandy, Poach
Brand1y, Sherry WVine, Souppernlong Wino,
Champagne, aeo, etc.
.//M- I claim to se-ll the FINEST AND
PUREST RYE WHISKEY to be had in1
Winnsborno. Givo it. a trial.
I also also k 01) 0on hand a full 'upply of
,SEG'ARS AND TOBACCO,
in great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Oall at t~he PALvETTO HOUSE, in the
Winnsboro Hotel building.
T A KE N OT I CE.
I1tN00% AND ENGLI~II
FIVE CENT CiGARS
F. W. H ABE~NICHT'S
FOR -SA LE,
ArT ublic outcry, on salodlay next,
./1.the tract of land in this county,
recently owvned by Trhomnas Sloan, Eisq.
cont.aining two hundred acres, mere or
Terms: One-third cash, balanoe in one
and two years- H. A. GALLLAlltD.
LUDPEN & UAT'S'
MnATnUn .^A A
TIE MUSIC ITOUSE OF THE SOUTH!
REMOVAL TO OUlt
Now Double Store
An inenase Music Temple,
Two largostores, each 30 foot- front and
four stories high, fronting on three atreets
in d fil!od from oollar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to compare with it in
the Southern States.
A PIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
AND MOPRE1 TO OOMEC
During the ten years since our estab.
lishment of our house we have developed
the ausie trade of the South to a won.
derful degree, but as yet we have on]y be
gun. Wekco, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a i ear, and to take
care of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our present aninimoth wareroomns.
Fall trade 188t will be immense. We are
ready for it. For months our senior part
ner has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturors fo'r
instrumenta. Ile has concluded nost
advantageous contracts, and the Pinnoi
and Organs aro "coming, coining" 10),000
more, b - every steamer. Non Styles, New
Prices, ?Iow lerms, New Store, Now Do
SPECIAL OFFElR, FALL 1880,
Cash prices with three Mntish credi.
During months of An. Sept. and Oct.
w.v will sell Pianos ar A Organs (it LoWIT
0An1i PmIoEs, payable P21 Ua01 on a Pi
nno or $10 Cash on an Organ, with the
balanco in three months, wIToUT INTEIt
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFUERL?
Writ' for Illustrated Cata'ogues and
New P ice ListA bor Fail I h0 aid pre
)alrC tk)o be IstoniishCd.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Jiano and Organ Dealers.
A NEW KIND OF WATCH CASE.
New beenuse it is only within tho iast few
y'eanrthat,11has bcen Improved and brought
within the reach of every one: ol( in principli
because the 1irat Invenlion was made and the
fIrst patent taken out nearly twenty years ago,
and cases made at thal. tune and worn ever
since, are nearly as good as new. Itead the fol
lowing which Ia only one of the many hun
dreds; your jewelers can tell of similar onles:
M Ax Ns Fn, P.A., May 25, 1878.
I have a customer who carrIed onie of lioss'
Pattent cases lfiteen years and I kncew it. two
years before he got It, and 1t now applears good
for ten years longer. ' It. Et. OI.NEY.
Rtemem'ber that, Jas. nloss' Is the only patent
case made of two jWales of solid gold (one out
side0 and one hnside) covering every part Ox
posed( to wea- or sight. Tha groat selvantage
or these plates Is apparent, to every one. lBoss'
18 tihe onily lent case with which there is
given a wrritten warrant, of which the following
ia a fac-simle;
see that you get the guarantee with eachcase
Ask your jeweler for illustrated cataloguo.
We think we can sho0w a little the
nicese Stock of Newv Fall and Win
ter Goods, over brought to our
burg. Come and see us.
SUGENIJEIMEn & GnOEscHrEL.
ALL~ persons who bought stockt
from me last spring on time whose
notes are due first October, will
p)lease be prepared to meet thorm. as
full payment will be regqnired.
Prompt payment will only enable
me to accommodate thlom next
CORN AND FODDER
Delivered at my Stable on Congress
Street, located em door south ol\ tho
sept 23 .WILFOD
Clothing for Mon, Youths and
Boys-A . meaning sign, yet our
friends say there's nothing mean
about us. Come and suit your'
selves. SUoE~NHEIMEn & GRhOEsoHEL.
,.Clothing for Men, Youths and
fhovs, well made, good quality and
always cheap in price.
SvoENuElMnn & .fOoEsIHE. .
If you want to save money go -to
SurmemrBMEsm A (4nOEmanuI
jA 1' L ilL(Cul
W E BEG leavo to inform our outomne
lately disposed of our Grocery Ioi
roon for our
Which are now'in utore, and havn'been I
cannot cnumerato the %arious kindsi and st
aiio our stock,. and we shall endeavor to
EL0THING, 1IATs AND GI
Thi wdepartment has been extiuded, anm
Out Troy City Porfect Fitting. Crown 6hirl
lauadried made to order if desired.
13AY STATE STANDA
Aro our speolalty, and to thoso0 who have
thoso who aro yet straugra to the dupahliii
to oall and buy your witor supply, or.a -i
You will not have to como ofton--they are
ZEIGLER BRO''ITElS' Gontn', Ladies',
your S oo bill and have money by buying
N Y STOCK of Furnilure, which wil
.i es aIcording to Iuality, and lor
Remetuber tHat. all my goods 'are wvarrm
Furni,01ure- eilswee,'ouol Come to then I
best, selvet1oin and can hur cleapei-. He
way. lythewood, Whil-e Oak, Woodwi
a York . TlisS t IT c0111111dltiOn C
A new supply of Wimlow Shades, Wi
Frames, 0'hromos, I hit Racks, and Bool<
The largest sipply ofilll ( Tin Clilhae S(
ber Suits. ('till an1d se 111e. A new
Iny)%. Don't Buy a Machinvikio merelv hee
it and likes i1. ,'Remlemlber 1ha0 m'lost of,
pimibed have butl ile mlerit. The onle N
(im1e Itiad vexialion, is Iiseless, rui
it. Remleimibe r tihe Gold Nl edal wis awI
over eighty comlpelitoris. I ean reIfr vt
always gIivenl enitire Fat isfactionl. 16.1'm
Sail Facory. All orders entrustedto li
the lovest pia1es. uil urnie nlt ly rep
prepared o Illake to order. Lu1mber' a n
ig Manelu n Needlms and at tahelnnts al
me(,. Don't itil 141 call1 before pur-chas11in
ALWAYS ON HAND!i
The very best NOlsFOLK OYSTERSt~.
three times a week, at
F.. W. JIAlmNICII'S.
Best Snit Water FR ESh1"FISH, .all thbe
year roundl, and always warranuted to ho
F. W. IIABENICUIT'S.
To arrive this weekt one barre Old 1%~(3
NATIlAN'S1 CABINET WiIlIXJEY, (gun
F. W. HiABENT~CHT'S.
P. 8.. Some of samue, very old, in stock.
.fPHILADELP~HIA LAGtAR RM' in
one-half Pint Bottles, for Faimily. uise,
very low, at.
F. W. JIALENICHIT'S,
JUST IN STO1UR
NEWV SEED) RTE AND BAR LEY.
A LOTI OF RED) UTPRO
OATLS T~O ARIIIVE IN
A ?EWV D)AYSj
BIAGGING AND TIES.
A full and complJlete Stock of' Faml)ily
and1( Plantatloln G.~roeries will alway's
they will be sold1 at prlices to suit theI
time~s. Give me a1 call and you shalhl be
B. 11. I"LEN NIH EN.
PRICE'S BAKING POWDERS,
PRt ICE'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
PRICE'S COLOGNE ONDIRAUGHlT.
Anther supply .of theo FOREST
FLOWER'GOI1ONE, and a variety.
of Prepau'at ions for' Coughs anid Colds,
by W. E. A IKEN
- Oct 29
TE 0 ..
3 and the public anorally, that wo hwe
artment for the purpose 'of making nor,
nrced at prices to induco quick sales,' W1
yles, but corldLy invit e all to enll anc ex'
imaiko it the interest of all (o jrohnse.
'NTS' FUlMNTSIHING GooDs.
I we guarantee prices ts low as the lowest.
cannot bo surpnsed. Laundried or b)r
RD SCREWED SHOES
tried th0n wo need not add words. Tq
.V of this h6istly tado Shoo, we ask you
Igle pa- rout y, i'ycu profor trying them.
Pckh.owledgdi by immy to outwear any
Misses, and TnI.ants' Fine Rho0S. Reduce
tho best. Remonmbur tho place
. . BEATY & CO.,
ON TIlE COlINEEZ.
I be the largYes4, hnndsomest and cheap.
design and worka nlltliship 111equlled,
ited to h)o 1.4 represet(ed. Price your.
lirst-ehss store wher10t'o vonl will hlavo (te
ar in mind Ihat I ship goods to Ridge
it'd's, 11111ekstoek, and as ihr as Chester
f the quality aind price of' iy goods.
ill l'oekets, Brackulk, Mirrors, Picturo
Slve's, heinper tlanc the cheapest..
its, nuade I o match Cot-ing and Cha1n.
ipply tot'ewig ilachines as good at,
U90 your otll'her or yoti'r neighbor h11*s
the11 mnehilies that ' ar linost lar'gelye
oil wAtl isi i the one I hat, will savo you
is ligrht und will 1si a long 1tim. I havo
lded io on ot' t he Alachines I represenI.I -
m to 111:1av 11liat are tsinI g it, 111d it. ha11s
1nh1i Iha I tint agientf for it Door, 11nd
n1e will inir promtpt itteitioni an1d ait
tired at tulotlerleh prices, 1. aml also
I li S ingles for sale at. sinaull prolits. Sew
id part s of' Machie lis eln be iul ihrough
elsewliere. R. W1. P11ILLIPS.
TH11E P)E0P LIE'S
r II~na Assoclition of buslinessR men,
-wo' o their uitutu:ii p)rotectioin.
contribtute towmards a fund, lio a1.
inl case of eath, l thir fani'ies maCy re.
eive fruni $2., 10 to $5, 0011, aecordin'g to
amou~tIt ofI certi liln. Th'is is 0one of the
becst plots 0 of liinsur anice. Ytou pnyr'af
you1 go, jutI. Iik 1 r' Iinsu110ratnce, anil with
200n oro inveiencee Ov.-n, as8 y'On pay by3
sillail ins'niI ine~nts 41tiriflg the y'ea'r. W\a
ref ) to thos bes~t ai1cq uaiituil withi us,
viz imembers inl Faiitd tG. Ht. Me.
\It 'er, JIrs. A. .llie', Jno 13. Davis, D).
MJc~reight. Jnio. .J. Neil, Tfhiomas L. John..
5(oll, .1 . (Aei,4I ililug, if, l Jtnnatlimn, -
Meanns .1htiis *Jai. Q Davis. Any one1
that shioubi like to betonie0 a tmember will
ap)1'ly to G, C, B3A0(1T,
Ti'lE NICW YORK
WKEKLI'J(Y HEN ALD):
JAMES (lORDfON 1:'NNE.T, P'ropriector,
IllC ISTl AND) CIIEAPFJ*,bT
ONE DOL.LAR~ PER YElAU,
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Btroadway an') Ann Strcot, New Y'ork.
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A to 11 lth ubic that ho is no0w run
intg a first-class Shaving Sallooni iln
joivr r'espectj. Nonto buit compe )tent
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