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RATLRoAD ScIEDMLEs.-The trains
on the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
Itallroad rbach Winnsboro as follows:
Day passenger, northward, 1.00 p. m.;
southward, 5.12 p. m. Night passen
ger, norithward, 12.20 a. n.; south
ward, 8.59 p. i. Day freight, north
-ward. 8.65 a. n.; southward, 12.40
p. in. Night freight, northward, 2.88
a. i.; southward, 10.85 p. m.-This
schedule is on the. basis of Washing
ton time, which is about fifteen minutes
ahead of Winusboro tine.
1925,000-Sugenheimer & Groesehel.
Notice-W. 11. Kerr, Administrator.
Sale of Real Estate-W. J. Johnson.
Visit Charleston-E. L. Roche, Sec.
Columbia Hotel-R. N. Lowrance,
tondMounitain Corn Whiskey-F.
To-day being Thanksgivings Day,
the National Bank will t closed. The
post-office will likewise be closed, ex
cept for one hour for the delivery of
Tim COLUMBIA HoTEL.-We pulish
elsewhere the advertisement of this
well-known hotel, conducted by Mr.
R. N. Lowrance. The best evidence
of the merit of the establishment is
that it Is the favorite resort of vistors
f rom the diffierent parts of the State.
The proprietor is a worthy gentleman,
and he does all in his power to make
his guests confortale. The building
has just been renovated, and is as ieat
its a new pin. Altogether, the "Colun
bia" is.a good place to stop, and it
should be liberally patronized.
Tim LEGLSLATUnu.-The Legisla
ture met on Tuesday, but of course
little of interest was done. In the
Senate, the H1on. 1. D. Witherspoon,
of York, was unanimously chosen
temporary president, Col. r. Stobo
Farrow was re-elected clerk, Col. A.
D. Goodwin reading clerk, and Mr. L.
R. Marshall sergeant-at-arms. In the
House Mr.. Juo. (I, Sheppard, of
Edgefleld, was r'e-elected Speaker,
C3ol. Jno0. T. Sloan, Sr., clerk, Mr. RI.
M. Anderson, of .Abbeville, reading
clerk, and Mr. J. 1). Brown, of Barn
well, sergeant-at-arms. The Gover
nsor's message was read in both bodies
and referzed to appropriate commniit
toes. A nmumber of bills were intro
duced and p~roperly referred. Wed
nesday the 24th inst., at 1j o'clock, was
fixed as the ime for counting and de
clarinig the vote for Governor and
RETAKING THlE CENsUs.-The sp6cial
agents of the census departmnent to re
enumerate the State census hiavearriy
ed and have established their head
qjuartere at Colunibia. Colonel F. G.
B3utterfleld has charge of thie re-enu
meration and is accompanied by J. B.
Burt, 0. P. D. Stone, J. B. Issler,
Timothy Quinn, clerks of the census
office in Washington, and sworn as
special agents for this work. It will
b~e done over again from the beginning.
The egent hopes to get through. thie
einimerat Ion in three weeks. Colonel
Butterfield has telegraphed all the
supervisors for the State requesting a
meetin g of consultation before begin.
ning the wor'k. The whole State will
not be canvassed, but agents will visit
certain townships in various parts o1
the State anid in this way estimate the
correctness of the returns from the
whole. In Abbeville Duo West Town.
ship. will be re-enumerated ; Laurens,
Waterloo Township ; Fiairflehd, Town
shIp No.8; Barnwell, Williston Town.
ship ; Lexington, Broad River Town
ship; Chesterfield, Steer Pen; Marion,
Caine; Williamsburg, Johnson Town
ship. These are selected because their
increase is large. No fraud is charghd
ngainst them. With reference to
TownshIp 8, in this county, there is
nothing to fear from a second cunu
mneration. The former one-was take:1
by Col. B. E. Elkin, and thie work was
performed faithfully and accurately,
* Colonel Elkin prob~ably knows mert
about Fairfield county than any omc
else ii it, and he has thme statistics 01
Township Eight at his fingers' ends
The census of 1870 gave this townshii
only 1662 inhabitants, against 2696 ir
1880. If the inspectors call on Clolono
Eikiri he can show them proportion,
ately more children and twhins ai
triplets in No. 8 than anywhere else Ii
the United States. We hope the pee
ple of No. 8 will give thme inspectori
- all the facilities possible for a coin
- OBY. JOHN Bl TTl2ON.
The Debtw. Owe to the Democratico ader
,From the Camden Joeurnai.
Ini thme brilliant campaign that his
jttst closed, it is but right and propel
to return onr thanks to thae distin
* ~ guished genleman whose rame headi
this artcle. Laboring under all th<
disadjvantages er a greant Nationa
- -ngh, h sopianix.d an appcd o
our .Btdie~attle 't lat withoitc loss o
blood, or bite aOmotioim arcled
to a grand victory. Coot calm and
collected, yet. firm and m resolute, ho
covered every point upon the whole
line, and whon doubt or mistrust grew
A up, by his personal presence afid ac
, tive participations in our conneils, he
scattered $ away as the sun would 4he
iist of a summer morning. Unoeten.
tatious but bold; reserved and digni.
fled, yet as firm as a rock, and the
quietness of his unassuming niture Is
only equalled by the love that he bears
for his State, South Catiolina owes
him a lasting debt of gratitude, and as
-he grows and.prospers in her own
home-rnle we expect to see the laurels
crown the brow of Bratton, Gary and
Woodward. Just such men as these
make us cheCrfl even in the darkest
hour 'of our trials. We cheerfully
tender to General Bratton the thanks
that lie so richly merits, and we feel
assured that we express freely the sen
timent of our whole people.
MARRIED-On the 18th Novem,
bor, at the residence of the bride's
father, by the Rev. T. W. Mellichamp,
Mr. E. W. MASON to Miss RUTH Ron
ERTsON. All of Fairfield county.
By the'sanje, on the 21st. inst., at
the resodence of the bride's father, Mr.
JOHN SMART to Miss CORNELIA SMART.
All of Fairfield county.
A LLporsns indebted to RICHARD
CAdEEN, deceased, are hereby
notified to make immediate payment
to the undersigned, and all persons
holding claims against said deceased
will present their demands, duly at
tested, wvithout delav.
W. 11. KER1ft, (3. 0. C. P.,
nov 25-tlx4 Administrator.
GEORGIA STONE MOUNTAIN
CORN W HISKEY,
At F. W. labenicllt's and A. Williford's,
Sole Agents f.r Winnsboro. Inov 2
SALE OY REAL ESTATE.
I WILL offer for sale, before 'the
Court House ddor in Winnsboro,
S. C., on the first Monday in Decem
ber, 1880, the following described real
All that plantation or tract of land,
with dwelling house and outbuildin a
thereon, known as. the "Kenne
Place," containing <ne hundred and
fifty-two (152) screg, more or less,
lyilg on waters of Cedar Creek ad
joining land . the- estate' of . P.
Thomas, A. K. Craig and others.
TERMS OF sALE: -
One-half of the purchaseo-money to
be paid in cash, the balance a credit of
twelve months, with interest from
date, to be secured by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the prem
ises sold. Purchaser to pay for all
nov 25-txtd W. J. JOUNSON.
Ib :. / W ,N 3
nov 25-tx8mn PBOPR~IETOR.
WOR TH OF GOOtbs
,TO BE SOLD AT
VERY SREALL PROFITS.
N O change necessary .to be made in
our business, for the reason that we are
gaining ground instead of losing, and
if thuis good trade of ours continues,
the bait thrown out will become so
tainted with skippers, that the parties
holding the line, will be met with the
sad fisherman's luck.
We exteLnd a cordial Invitation to
one anmd all to call and see us.
ISU:GENHEiMER & G*ROESCUEL.
r1 -iov 25
Durn the Week Dece~abev 0 to 17, 1880.
LOW EXCUJRS0IQV RAT88
ON ALL RAILROApS,
Great Attratcions and Large Crowds,
TRE INDUSTRIAL EMIZITIONf
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF 8, 0.
of the Mechanioal and Agricultural pro.,
gross of the past year-4ntereating
LARGE NEW HALL,
ERECTED ESPEUJALLY FOR TIE EXHIBI.
TIONS OF Tn 'l 800UETY.
THIE 80. 0A. JOCKEV, OLUB.
We will have Races (.n the Washingt n
Ra'co ourse, near the City, on the -
8th, 9th, 10th and 11th December,
They are led to believe, from the num
ber of entries in the m takes and from the
stables expected, that there will be better
racing than they have bad for the last ten
fl&- Meetinus of State Grange, P. of H.,
and Grand Lodge, A. F. B1.
JW' All places of amusement open with
ZD-Attractive Exhibits of al kinds
soliolted for the ludustrial Exhibition.
p&- The large crowd of visitors to the
I xhibition offers a paying o portunity to
Manufacturers, &c., to display their pro
For space and particulars apply to
.E. L. tOCHE, Segretary.
nov 25 -t lxi
T HIS is an .ssooiation of business mon,
who, for their mutual prolection,
contribute toNards a fund, so as
in caso of death, their families may re
coive from $2.100 to $5,000, according to
amount of certifncate. This is one of the
best plans of life insuranco, You pay as
you go. just like fire insurance, and with
more vonvenienee-even, as you pay by
small ingtalments during the year. We
refer to 'those best acquainted with us,
viz : members in Fairlield: G. H. Me
Master, Jos. A. Briep, Juo B. Davis, D.
I. Flenniken, B. Sugonheimer. J. W.
Mcreight. Jno. J. Neil, Thomas t. John
son, J. lendining, B, B Hanahan, It.
Means Davis, Jag. Q Davis. Any one
that should like to become a memboY will
apply to G, C. BACOT,
oat 2 -Agent.
THE REASON WHY
QO niany farmers fail is not so much
k J on account of the political situa
tion, but because they don't buy Gro
ceries from the undersigned. As a
guide, I give an abbreviated catalogue
Flour-all grades-prices ranging
from $3.60 lO $10 per barrel; New
Buckwheat Flour, just received; Su
gars, Coffees, (Roasted and Green),
Bacon, 11ains, (canvassed and uncan
vassed), Lard, (in tierces, buckets and
cans), Cream Cheese, Macaroni, Bolt
ed Meal, Pearl Grits, Molasses and
Svrnps of all grades. Also a lot of
new crop Newv Orleans to arrive in a
Ried May Wheat, (a flue selection),
Rye, Barley and Red Rust-Proof Oats.
.The "Farmer's Friend Plow," a
want long felt by the industrious til
lers of the soil.; will not choke in the
foulest lajid, light and easy to handle,
yet durable. Also Plowv Hoes, Axes,
Soae. Chis al, Hlorses and Mule
BOOTM ANI1 1HOES.
All of my Goods will bear inspection,
which I inlvite.
nov 23 D., R. FLENNIKEN.
NA'THANSBROS.' Old Cabinet Rye,
86,Old Roanoko Whiskey. l86lu.
Also, Rottordam Brandy. Cold H1am for
lunch from 11 to 1 o'clock every day .
L HA VE recently made extensive addi.
Ltions to my stock of Wines and
liquors, which consists of a full assort
ment of Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey.
French Brandy, Apple lirandy, reach
Brandy, Sherry Wino, beuppornong Wine,
Champagne, etc , etc.
..Efr I claim to sA~l the FINEST AND
PTVREST RYE WHIISKEY *0 be had in
Winnsboro. Give it a trial..
I also also k. ep on hand a fail supply ot
S EGARS AND TOBACCO,
in great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at the PAIYvETTO HOUSE, in the
Winrisboro Hotel building.
-SUBSCRIBE FOR THlE
WEEKLY PALMETTO YEOMAN,
C0LUMBIA, S. 0.
It is an eight- page parer, designed for
the people, tilled with interest-ing matter
--Family Reading, News, Markets, &c.
Subscription: One year, $1.50; Seven
Months, $1.00; Three Sionths, 60 cents
payable in advance. For Silx Names and
Nine Dollars an Extra Copy for one year.
Speociens furnished. The D AILY YEO.
MAN, an afternoon paper, is $4 a year,
C. M. McJUNKIN,
12tf Editor ud Publisher.
DR. W. E. AIKEN,
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
Frleshl Drugs and Medicines.
G 1ASTOR OIL, Biluestone, Blotax, Cay.
\ enne Pepper, Lactonop tine, Bath
Bay Rum, Perumery, Cinchonid ia, Qul.
nine, Tutte', Gilder's and Strong's Pills,
Essence Ginger, Capsine Plasters.
Onion Sets, Prepared Cocoa, Canary
Seed, Gun Powder Tea, Ilyson Tea, Pew.
dered Black Pepper, Maehline Oil, &e. Just
received by -
McMASTERl, BRICE & KETCHIN.
LUDPEN.& B ATES'
THE MIUSIC hOUSE OF TilE OUTU
REMOVAL TO OUlt
Now Double Store
Ani Inun1enlse Musio Temple.,
Two largestores, each 30 fMet front atad
four stories high, fronting on three streets
and tilled from cellar to loft with imusical
s1u11)plies. Nothing to coinpaeo with it In
the Southern States,
A PIG STORE,
4 MIG STOCK,.
A BIG TRADE,
AND MORO TO OOmmg
During the ten years since our estab
lishient, of our house we have devoloped
the music trade of the South to a wou
derful degree, but as yet we have only be
gun. Wcsce, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a year. and to take
care of this enormous trade we havo pro
vided our present mammoth warerooms.
Fall trade 1881' will be iminnso. Wearo
ieady for it. For months our senior part
ner has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
insiruments. Ilo has concluded most
advantageous contracts, and the Pianbs
and Organs aro "coming, coming" 100,000
more, by overy steamer, Now Styles, Now
Prices, New 'Ierms, New Store, Now Do
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880.
Cush prices with three Months credit.
During months of An". lept md Ot.
w. will sell Pianos mu d Organs at Low-r
OAsui PnICEs, Payabi*C $2 masti on a Pi
ano or $11) Cash on an organ. withl the
balance in three months, Wirnio-T INTEn
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO TUIS OFF.R?
Write for Illustr-dtvi CniaaloIes anil
New Price Lists for Fall I MI and pre
pare to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
A NEW KIND OF WATCH CASE.
New because it is only wi thin the last few
years that It has been impr (ved and brought
within the reach of evE.my one: old in principal
because the firstinvention was made an( the
first patent taken out nearly twenty years ago,
and cases made at that Ume and worn ever
since, are nearly as good as now. Read the fol
lowing which is only one of the manny. hunm
dreds; your jewelers can tonl of similar ones :
M AESFIELD, VA., May 28, 18TS.
I have a customer who carried one of 'Boss'
Patent casr's fifteen years and I knewv it two
years before he got it, and it now appeam good
for ten years longer. It. E. OLNEY.
Rfemeamber that, Jas. Ross' is thn only patent
ease made of two pates cf solid gold (one out
side and one inside) covering evr~ry part ex
posed to wea ' or sight The great, advantage
of these plates is apparenit to every one. Boss'
is the only patent ease with which there Is
given a written wvarrant, of which the following
is a f nc-simile;
fMEI AKAECP *M31TO
See thatyou get them ganimaatee with ech case
Ask your jeweler for illustrated catalogue.
We think we ean show a little the
nicest Stock of New Fall and Win
ter Goode, ever brought to cur
burg. Come and see us.
SUGENHEIMERi & GRoESCIHEL.
T A KE N OT I CE.
IIAN(0O01 AND 1E9G8NI
FIVE CENT CIGARS
F. WV. IIABENICIIT'S
DEBTOR8 TAKE NOTICE.
ALL parties indebted to us on any
.account whatever will -please come
forward and sott)e immnediately,as we need
the monoy and must have it. Any one
who has bought stock from us, who is so
unfortunate as not te be able to pay, will
please0 bring the stock and agree on a
settlement so as to save us trouble, and
costs to themselves. Settlement we must
have. No other notice will be given, and
action will be taken at once against all
who do not respond.
nov 13-ftx2w 'W. Rt. DOTY & Co.
Clothing for Men, Youths and
Boys-A meaning sign, yet our
friends say there's nothing mean
about us. Come and suit your
selves. SUGEN1IxEM & O1IolCHEL.
Great Excitement !I
GOODS GIVEN AWAY!
E,the indersigned, gnnounce to
the publio that we have just r-,
ceived a now lot of
LADIES' AND GENTS'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TRUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
Which we will sell at the lowest; an11d
inl addition to the low prices we give
to every purchaser of $5.00 an extra
FIFTY CENTS WORTH OF QOODS,
And to every pullrchaser.of $10, an ex
tra present of
ONE DOLLARIS WORTH.
A new lot. of lhree-1uttoned Kid
Glovest, oilv -50 ceits, real Alexander
Kid G loves, $1.00-worth $1.25.
ALL KJNDS AND STYLE1S.
A call for inspection is cordially in
vited, and satisfiletiol guaranlted in
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
Peoplle of Fairfield.
NOTICEis nowv given that it will
bN tothe advantage of 'buyers to
GLANCE AT GOODS
iIn our line before buying elsewhere.
We pr1op)ose selling O'oods as lowv as
the samle (gnauliy are sold1 or ofl'ored by
any body. Our1 Goods speak for them
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS OF'ERED
We would call! the attention of the
Ladies to our stoca of
en w .. aa .a..u. ens
an inspection of wvhich we respectfully
McMASTERl, BRICE & K(ETCHIIN.
Cllilor & Chaidler's
T URE Finestllnes of Ladies' and Gents'
.Gold Watches, Chains. Pins and
Ear-Rings, tfhat havo over boon brought
to this plac.
A line assortment of Cameo and Plain
Silver and Plated Ware of all kinds.
Violins, Violin btrings, &o.
HANDSOME TOILET SETS.
Vases, Motto Cups, LampGoods, Glass
waro, Clocks, &o. All as CuzAP as the
Cheapest, nov 18
HERMANN BUL WINELE,
Factor & General Commission Merchant,
CIH A R L~ ES TO0N, S. C.,
GERMAN HAINIT, or POTASH SALT,
Peruvian Guano, No. 1 and No. 2,
- Pure Fish Guano, Nova Scotia Land
Planter1 Ground South Carolina Phoes
pha~te, and other FERTIIZERIS. Also,
CO0R N, O A TS, H A Y, E tc.
Orders filled with dispatch, and liberail
advances made on consignments of Cot,
ton and other Produoe,
AT THE COR
FALL A"D W
W E IEG leaive to inform our oustoiners
latolf disposed of our Grocery Dopa
rgoom for our -
Which are now in s.tore, d have been ai
cannot enunerato the =arious kinds and styl
amino our stock, and we shall endeavor to r
CLOT HING, H ATI 4 NP GEA
This department has been extended, and
Our Troy City Perfect Fitting Crown Shirt <
laundried male to ordor if dosirod.
BAY STATE STANDA.R
Are our spseialty, and to those who have ti
those who aro yet strangers to the durability
to call and buy your wntor supply, or q sink
You will not bavo to opine ofton-they are v
ZEIGLER BROTHERS' Gonts', Ladies', 31
yQur .. 00 bill and save money by buying ta
Y STOCK of 'Furniture, which will I
N est ilacordiig to Cinali(y, andfr
1temeaier t(hat, all my goods are Warrant<
Furniture elsew here, then coime to the fir
vest selectionl anld canl hur cheapter. Beal
vay, Jllythewood, White' Oak, Voodwar
mid York. This is i recommendation of
A new supply of Window Shades, Wal
lirattes, Chromios, I iat 1acks, anid Book %
The largest supply of TI'in Chamber Setf
jci* suit s. ('all and sea I iem. A now si
Imy. Don't. Buy a Maltchine mmerely becau
t. atnd likes it. Reibr that, mos"t of t
mifted have butl. little merit. 'hie on1e Yo
ime and vexation, is noiseless, runis
t.Remember thie Gold Medal was awnar
)ver eighty competitors. 1. can1 refer you
ilways giveni entire sat isfacutionu. Reuiaen
insh leactorv. All orders entrusted to in
ie lowest pric&es. Furniture ieatly repai
)repared to mitako to order. I Lmber and .
ng Machine Needles and titachients ant(
ne. Don't fail to call before lpurchasin.g
LWAYS ON HAND I
The very best NORFOLK OYSTRS,
three times a weekc, at
F. W. HABENICH'S.
Best Salt Water FRESH FISH, all the
yeair round, and always warranted to be
F. W. HIABENICHTl'S.
To arrive this wveek one barrel Old 1863
NATH AN'S CAB3INETI WhiSKEY, (gen
F'. W. HIABENICHUT'S.
P. S. Some of same, very old, in stoek.
PHILADELPHIA LAGER BEER in
one-half Pinit Bottles, for Family use,
very low, at
F. W. BAI3ENICHIT'S,
ALL persons who bought stock
from me last spring on time whose
notes are duo first October, will
please be prepared to moot them, as
full payment will be required.
Priompt payment will only enable
me, to accommodate them next
CORN AND FODDER
Dellveredl at my Stable on Congress
Street, locatedl one door south of the
sept 23 ,WLLFlD
I'HiE unmdersigned bogs leave to say
flto the public1 that he is nlow run
ning a 11rst-class Shaving Saloon in
every respect. None but Comnpetent
and exp~ert workmen are employed,
and those who will favor us with t'hel:,.
custom are guaranteed satisfact~1n,
Done in the latest and noates& style.
Don't forget to call and., give me a
trial, and I wvill please you.
J. M, 'McCA LL,
Opposite Dr, Alkon's Drug Stoi-o,.
'Ind be publie genedilly, thit wp hav
*Lment for the'6 prpose of tinakinly Pfor)
irked At prices to jq4ico Radek nilqs. J
.8. but cordially Jnvi'e all to cll and
ake It the interest'of Al to purobase.
we guarantee prices as low as the lowe .
annot be surpasse. Paundried or Un.
D SCREWED SHOES
-ied thM we need not ad words. To
of his hongstr made Sho'e; we ask you
10 itrony, you profer trying the .
k.ovjodged by rnang' r to outweah*
ises', pnd Infants' Fin'e Shoos. tedup
beEt Remember the plae
M, BEATY & CO.,
ON THE COlHNER.
i0 the Jargest, handsomest and cheap.
sigi and' workimanship uicqualei,
Ad to be as represented. Prieo yout,
st-class store 'whero you will have the
in 111id that I ship goods to Ridge.
I's, Blackstock, and as far as Chester
the quality and price of iNiy goods.
I Pockets, Brackets, M-irrors, Picture
-elves, 01aper than) the cheapest.
1, iade to iuialch Cottage and Cham,
Ipply of Sewing Macluines as good- as
se your Iother or your neighbor ha1
lIe miac hines that are n6ist. largely
ui Wiant is the noie that will sayv you
light am will Inst a ulg timo.. I have
:cd to one of the Machines I represent
to any Ilut are using it, ail(I It ha11
lher. that I aln agent. for a Door and
a will have Promulpt attentioi aind at
red at. moderate prices. I (kiln also
iliiIgles for1 sale at. small proilts. 6ew
I pils of Machines cni be had thrn0gli
>isewherC. Rt. W. PIIILLIPS.
IF YOU WANT
ANY TfING IN TRE
CALL AND GET THlE BEST AT.
F. W. H./B EWWICTS.
SCOTCH WHISEEY PUNCEES,
F. W. IIABENICIIT'S.
JAMAICA RUM PUNCES.
if. W. HABENICIIT'S.
HIADE OF THE BEST IMPOR~TED 14T
THKE "DON CARILO,"
3EST TE~N CENTS OIGAR~ FORt THE
nov 16'. W, HIABENICHT'S.
FOR THE .,tEOPLE,
ONE CAR LOAD OF THE FAMOUS~
)NEi OA1[ LOAD OF THlE RIELIABLU
KVERY W AGONS.
VE WILL NOT BE UNDERISOLD%
Ifor sale by
U. G. DESPORlTES,
t.B. DESPORTES & 0O.,
. Bldgevray, S. C.
Ladies' furiishing goods, new ad1.,
11ee Stockings, Corsets, -Olonks,
shawls, etc. See the New Goods and
earn the puices.
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