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TOWN AND COUNTY.,
SATU*DAt. oember *I, j I t~is".
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RAILROAD ScHEDULE.-The trains
on the Charlotte Columbia & Augusta
Railroad reach *innsboro as follows:
.Day passenger, northward, 1.00 p. in.;
southward, 6.12-p. m. Night passen
ger, northward, 12.20 a. in.; south
ward, 8.59 p. m. Day freight, north
ward. 8.65 a. in.; southward, 12.40
p. M. .. Night freight, northward, 2.88
a. in.; southward, 10.85 p. in.-This
schedule Is on the basis of Washing
ton time, which is about fifteen minutes
ahead of Winneboro time.
- Henry Johnson has sold his house
in town and will hereafter live in Co
Cotton sold in Winnsboro on Friday
at 11.40. Pretty good. Fine time for
people to sell. Better time to pay the
U Do Services
urch to-morrow at
AV, fhe, aild 4 p. in., by the Rlev. T.
W. Mellichanp. Prayer Meeting this
evening at 4 o'clock. Sunday School
every Sunday at 10 o'clock. Seats
A NEw COUNTERFEIT.-A new ten
dollar United States currency connter
felt is in circulation. It is of the series
of 1876, signed John Allison, register,
and John C. New, treasurer. The
fibres in the paper are printed, the
paper is dark and thick,. and the ex
pression of Webster bad. Keep a
sharp lookout for it.
AUTIFICIAL Limns.-The board ap
pointed by the last Legislature, for
assessing the amounts due to maimed
and wounded, soldiers in South Caro
lina, who lost their limbs in the service
of the State In the late war, met in
Columbia on Saturday last and decid
ed upon the following sums as due to
soldiers who have not heretofore re
ceived a limb from the State: For
amputations above the knee, $100; be
low the knee, $72; amputations above
the elbow, $60; below the elbow, $40.
Conhptroller-Generai Hagood is pro
pared tg issue his warrant to all par
ties wvhofle proper evidence that they
are entitled to these limbs, or money
to the amount that wil l purchase them.
THEa. LEGIsLATURE.-The General
Assembly has been in session only a
few days,-and of course no work has
yet been accomplished. A large .num
ber of bills have already been intro
duced, and there are indications that
a good deal of business will be sub
mnItted. The committees of both
branches have been selected. Senator
Uaillard is a member of the commit
tees on finance, rules, legislative libra
ry, incorporatlons, roads-bridges-and
ferries, and railroads; and is chairman
o'f the committee on enrolled acts. In
the House, Mr. Lyles is on the com
mit tees on public printing and public
buildings; Mr. McoMaster on claims
and county offices and officers; Major
Thomas on military affairs and public
printing. The chairmen of the most
iportant House committees are as
follows: Ways and means, George
Johnstone, of Newberry; judiciary,
C. H. Simonton, of Charleston; privi
leges and elections, E. B. Murray, of
Rkeport of Commissioner Butler-Condition
of the Departmeonte-Suggestons for the
Better Protection of the Agricultural In
In his report to the General Assem
bly, the, State Commisisoner of Agri
culture makes the following recom
That an experimental farm be estab
lished, under the direction and control
of the Bureau of A griculture.
That the duties of protecting the
State's interest In the phosphate mines
be transferred to the Agricultural Bu
reau, Instead of as at present being
divided betwveen the Bureau and the
That the Legislature empower the
Board to appoint an Immigration
Agent, to be under the control of the
Board and tile Commissioner.
That the Legislature establish a Geo
logical Department, to be under the
control of the Board anid the Commis
That the Board purahmase from our'
'farmers seeds for free distribution In
That township assesso~rs be appoint
ed to receive retura for the depart
The Comir lssioner makes no recom
mendation as to any changes htr the
fence law, as he regards the present
law sufficient for-all purposes.
Ho urges upon the firmers of the
State a closer attention to sheep hus
~The chemist of the department re
ports having made sixty-five chemical
analyses during the year, of which
fifty-four were of acid phosphates and
chemical fertilizers. From the sale of
phosphate rook, the State has derived
$58,054 as royalty on 68,054 tons sold.
lIn-regard to the royalty required of
the phosphate companies, Mr. Roehe,
ap~oia1 assistant to the department,
"These companies, In consideration
if the pilvilege Which they enjoy,
should contriblute thelr nill and fatir
share to the public burdens, but it is
lidt the true polcy to fneumber them
to such an extent as to injure their use
fulness and cripple their ability to add,
as they have done' directly and largely
to the income of the State, and indi
rectly to the increased prosperity of its
The report of the Commissioner
shows that there lie been distributed
in our streams for the past season, 80,
000 California salmon, 1,500 land
looked salmon, 2,280,000 shad, and
8,600 California trout; that the publi
cations of the department during the
past year are 5,000 copies of the pam
phlet entitled "Cotton Mills of South
Carolina," 20,000 copies of the month
ly reports, several thousand other cir
culars giving the 1Ish l ws and other
matters of genieral Interest.
The last Legislature appropriated
$5,000 from the phosphate royalty for
the support of the department until
the privilege tax of twenty-five cents
per ton can be collected. This appro
priation has not been used by the de
partment, which has been self-sustain
In the above recommendations of
the report, no appropriation is asked
for from the State. These expenses
are to be paid from the funds belong
ing to the department, and there is now
in the State treasury, to the credit of
the department, $9,178.65, not includ
ing the $5,000 appropriation.
A FATAL PE'ABT.
Frightful Poisoning of a Whole Mrriage
Party-Five Deaths Already Reported.
NEw YoRK, November 21.-A Knox
ville, Tenn., special gives the follow
ing particulars of a recent poisoning
in the vicinity of Kingston, forty miles
from Knoxville. On Thursday even
ing last- was-celobrated the marriage
6f Joel Hembel;,-woll- known in that
county, and Miss Dali, an accom
plished daughter of Colonel Dail, at
whose residence about fifty ladies and
gentlemen had assembled. Subse
quently a reception was tendered the
couple, and extensive arrangements
had been prepared for their elitertain
mont. By some means In preparing
the fbast arsenic was used instead of
soda. About tforty persons immedi
ately after supper was served exhibited
symptons of sickness, and five of the
iumber havesince died. The first
victim was Robert Dail, a brother of
the bride; the next was little Miss
Lowery, an orphan. Mr. May, of
Missouri, and Mlr. Gallaher. of this
olty, also died the following day. To
day another one is added to the num
ber. The father of the bride who was
not expected to live is reported better
to-day. About thirty other persons
who were present are reported seri
ously ill, a number of whom will prob
ably die. The poisoning is thought to
have been accidental.
-If you vant to study the immense
variety of the human face in expres
sion you should bend your gaze upon
the mobile countenance of a deaf and
dumb man when he reaches under the
plank walk for a lost nlckle and picks
up a raw bumble bee by the stem.
GEORGIA STONE MOUNTAIN
At F. W. Hlabenicht's and A. Williford's,
Sole Agents for Winnsboro. nov 25
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
IWILL offer for sale, before the
Court H-ouse door in Winnsboro,
S. C., on the first, Monday in Decem
ber, 1880, the following described real
All that plantation or ti-act of land,
with dwell ing house andc outbuildings
thereon, known as the "Kennedy
Place," containing one hundred and
fifty-two (152) acres, more or less,
lying on waters of Cedar Creek, ad
j oiinig lands of' the estate of J. P.
Thomas, A. K. Craig and others.
TERMs OF sALE:
One-half of' the purchase-money to
be p~aid in cash, the balance a credit of
twelve months, with interest from
date, to be secured by bond of the
purchaser andc mortgage of the prem
ises sold. Purchaser to pay for all
nov 25-txtd W. J. JOHNSON.
COLUMRT A HOTEL.
F I NE L IQ UOR S,
NAT!ANS BROS0.' Old Cabinet R ye,
1863, Cld Roanoko Whiskey, 1860.
Also, Rottordam lirandy. Cold Ham for
lunch from 11 to 1 >'elock every day,
T hAYE recently made extensive addi.
Ltions to my stock of Wilnes and
liquors, which consista of a full assort?
mient of Rye Whiskey, CJorn Whiskey.
French Birandy, Apple Birandy, Peach
Brandy, Sherry Wilne, Scuppernong Wine,
Champagne, etc., etc.
p1'o laim to sell the FINEST AND
PUREtlST RYE WH1IKEY to be had ia
Wilnnsboro.. Give it a trial.
I also also k, ope-n hand a fuil supply of
SEGA R8 AZND TOBACCO,
in great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at the PALy ETTfO ROUSE, In the
Winnsboro Hotel building.
Q O many farmera fall 1s not so muet
- on account of the. political situa
tion, but because they don't biy Gro
ceiles from the undersigned. As i
guide, I give an abbreviated catalogut
Flour-all grades-prices ranging
from $3.60 io $10 per barrel; New
Buckwheat Flour,- Just received; Su
gars, Coffees, (Roasted and Green),
Bacon, Hams (canvassed and uncan
vassed), Lard, (in tierces, buckets and
cans), Cream Cheese, Macaroni, Bolt.
ed Meal, Pearl Grits, Molasses and
Svrups of all grades. Also a lot of
new crop 'ow Orleans to arrive in a
Red May Wheat, (a fine 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 land, light and easy to handle,
yet durable. Also Plow Hoes, Axes,
rrace Chains, Naili, Horse and Mule
BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of my Goods will bear inspection,
which I invite.
nov 23 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
T HIS is an Association of business men,
who, for their mutual protection,
contribute touards a fund, so as
in case of death, their fanilins may re
coivo from $2,000 to $5,00, according to
amount of certificate. This is one of the
best plans-of life insurance. You pay as
you go, just like fire insurance, and with
more convenience even, as you pay by
small instalments during the year. We
refer to those best acquainted with .is,
viz : members in Fairtield: G. H. Mc
Master, Jns. A. Brico, Juo. B. Davis, D.
I. Flenniken, B. Sugenheimer, J. W.
McCroight. Jno. J. Neil, Thomas L. John
Ron, J. Clendining. B?. B. Hanahan, i.
Means Davis. Jas. Q Davis., Any one
that should like to become a member will
%pply to G, C. BACOT,
ont 2 Agent.
WORTH OF GOODS
TO BE SOLD AT
VERY SMALL PROFIT~S.
JN0change necessary to be made in
our business, for the reason that we are
gaining ground instead of losing, and
if this 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 extend a cordial invitation to
one and all to call and see us.
SUGENHEIMER & GRIOESCHEL.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THlE
WEEKLY PALMETTO YEOMAN,
It Is an eight-page paper, designed for
the people, filled with interesting matter
-Family Reading. News, Markets, &c.
Subscription: One year, $1.60; Seven
Months, $1.00; Threo Months, 60 cents
p avable in advance. F~or Six Names and
inc Dollars an Extra Copy for one year.
BSpecimens furmished. The DAILY YEO.
Aan afternoon paper. is $4 a year.
C. M. McJUNKIN,
l2tf Editor i nd Publisher.
DR. W. E. AIK EN,
Drugs, Miedicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
(,'1ASTOR OIL, Bluestone, Borax, Cny.
\.enne Popper, Lactonoptino, Bath
Sponges, donghSyrups. SoothIng Byru ps,
Bay Rumi, Perumery, Cinehonidia, Qui.
nine, Tutts', Gilder's an.l Strung's Pills,
Essence Ginger, Capsine Plasters.
Onion Bets, P'repared Cocoa, Canary
Seed, Gun P,,wder Tea, Hysen Tea, Pow
dered Black Popper, Machine Oil, &c. Just
MoMA STER, PRICE & KETCIIIN.
no, 20 --*
T HE building' known as Morris' Hotel,
now oco'.ipied by Mr. John Glad
den. Apply to F. ELDER.
nov 1i -txlm
MUSIC H USE,
TIE MUSIC HJOJSE OF THE SOUTH1
ItEMOVAL TO OUR
New Double Store
An Immense Musle Temple.
Two largestores, onch 30 fot front and
four stories higbr, fronting on threo streets
and filled from collar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to compare with it in
the Southern States,
A BIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG T7RADE,
AND UOR O OOm
During the ton years since our estab.
lishment of our hot-so we have developed
the music trade of the South to a won
derful degree, but as yet we have only be.
gun. Wesee, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a 3 car, and to take
care of this enormous trade we havo pro
vided our present manmoth warorooms.
Fall trade 188' will be i mmiense. Wo are
ready for it. For months our senior part
ner has been at the North contericting
with Piano and Organ manufacturrrs for
insiruinents. lie has concluded most
advantageous contracts, and the Pianos
and Organs are "coming, coining" 101,000
moro, by every steamer. New Stvles, Now
Prices, Now Terms, New Store, 'New Dc
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880,
Cash prices with throo Months credit.
During months of At!. Sept. and Oct.
wt. will sell Pianos at d Organs at LowEST
0/.su Pt spnynble $2> Oashi mn a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Organ. with the
balance in three months, wxtruou-r INTEu
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO TIIS OFFFlt?
Write for Illustrated Catalogues and
New Prico Lists for Fall Ib0 and pre
pare to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BVfES'
Wholesale Piano and Orgarn Dealers.
A NEW KIND OF WATCII CASE.
New because it, is only within the last few
ears that, it has been improved and brought
within the reach of every one: old in principle
becauso the first invention was made and the
first patent taken out nearly twenty years ago,
and cases made fit that time, and worn ever
since, are nearly as good as now. Riend the fol
lowing which is only one of .the nmany huni
dreds; your jowelers can t oll of, similar onies :
Mt A NSFI 5E.L), PA., M ay 28, 1878.
I have a customer who carried one of hoss
Patent cases llfteen years and I knew it, two
years before he got It, and it, noe appears good
for ten years longer. 'R. E. oLNEY.
Remember that Jas. 3oss' Ia the only patwnt
case made of two v~ates of solid gol (one out
side and onc inside) covering every part, ex
posed to wear Or sight,. The great adIvantage
of these plates is apparent, i o every one. hoss
is the only patent case with which there F
given a wvritten w~arrant, of which the following
is a fac-simile;
tP~ VT~iA~tSor ECUD
see thatyou get, tuhe guarantco wilth echx car
Ask your jeweler for illustrated catalogue.
We think we can show a little th<
nicest Stock of New Fall and Win
ter Goods, over brought to om:
burg. Come and soe us.
SUGENHEIER & GRiOESCJIEL.
HIANCO(M AND ENLIS11
FIVE CENT ClGARS
AME RIC A
'IF, W. JIABENICIIT'S
DRET~ORS TAKE NOTICE,
the money and must hav'e it. Any oe
who has bought stock from us, who is ao
unfortunate as not t(' be able to pay, will
please bring the stock and agree ona
settlement so as to save us Ironhile, and
coats to thsemselves. Settlement we maust
have. No other notice will be given, andi
aetion will be taken at once against all)
who do nsot respond.
nov 13-ftx2w W. 1R. DOTY & CO.
Clothing for Men, Youths and
Boys-A moaning sign, yet our
friends say -there's nothing meatn
about us. Comne and suit your
selves. MsoEnnuEER & GCRr.AnImEL.
GOODS GIVEN A WAY
E, the ludersignled, alloulce tc
the public tlat we have just re
ceived a now lot of
LADIES' AND GENTS'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TLRUNKS, VALIsEs, &c,.,
vlicl we will sell at the lowest; an11d
ill lidditioll to he low prices we give
to overy purclaser of $5.00 an extra
FIFTY CENTS WORTH OF GOODS,
And to every purlchascr'of $10, an ex
tra present of
ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH.
A new lot of Thiree-mu(oneil Hid
(Gloves, oI'ly 560 centis, real A lexanider
Kid Gloves, $1.00--wori $1.25.
ALL KINDS ANiD STYLES.
A call for inspction is cordially in
vited, and silti shoionl unll laranteed inl
'. LANDECJEII & UO.
Peoplle of 'Fairfield1
O CEis now given that it wvil
btothe aidvantuago of buyers l.
GLANCE AT GOODS
in OUr line before biuin elsewhere
We pr~opose seling (loodls as lowv a
the saIinC uality are sold( or oilermed b'
aniyb)ody. Our Goods speak for thaei
SPEOIAL INDUCEMENTS OFFEREI
WVe wvould call thue attet~lIion of th
ILdies to our stock of'
an inspctionl of which we res'ectfull;
SIMASTER'I, BRlICGE & K(ET1CJIN
Celilr & Clilidlern
rf IIE Finest lines of Ladies' and Genfr
..o1ld Wamtches, Chains, Pins ain
Ear-ing s, that have ever been broughi
to this pae
A fino assortment of Cameo anid P'lair
tilver 'and Plated Ware of till kinds
Violins, Violin Strings, &c.
IIANDSOME TOILET 8ETS.
Vases, Motto Cups, Lamp ooids, Olass
ware, Olocks, &c. All as CuxmA1' as th<
Cheapest. nov 16
HEMANN' BUL WIN1KLE,
Factor & General (Commission Merchant
CI H A RL E S Tl0N, 8. C.,
GERMAN KAINIT, or POTASH SALT,
Peruvian Guano, No. 1 end No. 2
Pui'o ~Fish Guano, Noya Scotia Lani
Plaster, Oround South Carolina Phuos
phaite, and other FERILiZERlSlS. Also,
COILRN, .0A TS, H AY, Et e.
Orders fillied with dispatch, and liberal
advances matdo on1 conslgntnvnts'of Cote
ton and other Produce.
AT THE CO
F'ALL 1,A1TD W
^ E BEG leave to inform oir.customers
lately dlivro-sed of our Grocery Depa
rooini for our
~D T G- C
Whioh are now in store, and have been m
cainlot elumprate the iA 1rioug kinds an([ sty
an)iino ou11r stock, and we shsall endeavor to 1
SL OT HING, H ATS AND GI
TWhis ()epartnt Iha)C(1 CXb1en ext d, and
Our Troy City Perfoct. Fitting Crown Shirt
laundried iiadi to oider if (lired.
BAY STATE STANDAI
Aro our speoialty, and to those who have I
thoso who are yot strangers to the durabilit)
to call jand buy your wiiter supply, or a sin
You will not have to coitie ofton--they are
ZEIG LER imOTiElI3' Gents', Lad ies', I
your 8 oc bill and savo utoney by buying C
" STOCK Of Furnit11 ure, which wvill
Aesi according to qnality, nd 111o d
liminber hIlat all iny goodls.'are* warrai
I'lurn iture eli isewhere, thlen coine to tle 1i
b1s, selIec0ion and enn buv (iChell)e. Bloe
and I Yo:k. This is aI r'eoiliiicnendition of
A nIew slipply of' W1Jindliow hiades, Wa
Friaiies, Chrollios, Iha italks, and Book
Th irgest supply of T'11in Cham111ber Set
her Suits. Caill iad see them. A new s
any. Ihm 't .y a Alehilnc merely bcent
R it d likes it. Ieeinlmber tlit ilost. of
plbdlie have bill little merlcu. The one vt
lime an d Nvexation, is nloieless, ruim
it. ilieminbera (lte Gol Aledal was awai
over eighliy compietilors. I tnn reler voi
ilvays giv'Ien etire sat isfutetrion. Remnei
Sash Faclory. All orders entrust to l
Ihe lowest prices. F- nit 1 eatly repa
prelpIri to mauuke 1 ordIe . Unmtuber n1(d
hg Alachine Needles aid lIainCns afn
me. Dont fi l to vail bllro pu Ichasiig
ALWAYS ON HAND
The veory bost NORFOLK OYSTERS,
three timeis a week, at
F. W. HIABENICHIT'S.
Best Ralt Wat er FRERH FISIH, all the
year round, and always warranted to be
F. .W. HIABENICT''S.
Tro arrivo this week onn barrel Old 1%l3
NATrIAN'S CABINET WhISKEY, (gen
- ~ F. W. HIA BEN ICHTI''S.
P. S. Some of samo, very old, in stock.
3 PHILADELPHIA LAGfER BlEER in
oniO-lflt Pinit B~ottles, for Family uso,
very low, at
F. W. IlARENICHT'8,
ALL pers1ons whIo b~ought sitock
from mo last spring on tuuno whose
nlotes areo duo first October, will
ploeo 13o prep~arorl to moot thoem. as
full paymonct will bo rognirod.
Prompt payment wvill only onablo
mo, to accommuodaito themn noxt
CORtN ANDl FODDlER
Delivered att my Stable on Conugroes
St reet, located one1 door south of' tho
sept'23 . A. LIFID
1173i tundersiigned biege leave to say
Ato the public that ho is niow run-,
ning a fir's(-class Shiaving Saloon ini
every repeCtjC. None. but com eotent
and export workmen arpoenIom od,
and1 thuose whlo will faivov usn with tchi.
custom are guaranteed satisfaction.
D)ono ini the latest and( .noatest style.
Don't forgot to call and give me a
trial, and(1 will ploaso y'ou.
Oppsit I~'.J. M. McCA LL
OppoiteDr.Alken's Drug Stor-e.
and tho pblie -gonerally, that we hig -
rtnient for1110 theurpose of .making ilor.4
arkid at prices to induce quick sii fis
lef, but cordi.lly invite ai to-catl ahc o,
nako it, the intorest of all to purchano.
VT1' FUl NISIrING GOODs.
wo guarantee. ppie as low 4s the loyt
cannot be durpassod. LA11ndried or
D SCREWED SHOES
ried theni wo need 11o odd wrds. '.'d
of this hontostly naIo Shool we ask, you
nde pa'ronly, - it' yon prefer rny ng therns
ekpowledged by nliany to outweaf )ny$
lisses', naul Infnutat Fino S!hocs. Rtod ieq
Lo best. Reiember tho place -
M. BEATY & C)
ON TIIE CO INEE.
be the largest, haidsoiest anid cliCap,
esignl and workmantlship unelqualed,
ed to ho 119 representd. PiC-3 VOur
rst-class Atore whero you will have' tho
r In mlin1d that I ship goods to Iidge.
'l's, 11acttkstock, and n1.s fanr as Cihestot,
'ie quit 111y an "(d price ofI my goods.
Il Pockets, lirackets, Mi rr'ors, Picturo
Shelves, cheaper thanij tIho cheapest.
8, Imtado to 1111t cl Cottage an1d Cham,
lipply ofsewin g Maichines ats good as
ISe your IiMother or your* icighlior has
lie inaticlilnes that are most largely
mit witlil is (lie on1e (hat will save you
light an11d will 1ast a long t ime. I havo
'dd to on1e o f tie "M achi ties I represent
I to ma11ny that are using It', and it has
niber tht 111111 Igent for it Door and
le will have prompt lienitionl and at
ir-edial. molcderato. prices. 1 am11 also
Shingles for sale at.smal1 proills. Sew
1 piar (S of Machiites cal behad111 throngli
elsewhere. R. wr7. I IPjj.jJ)5
IF YOU WANT
ANYT HING IN THE~
CALL AND GET THE BEST AT
SCOTOH WHISKEY PUNCHES,
JAMAIOA RUM PUNTOHES,
,F. W. HIABENICHIT'S.
TORI AND JERRtIES,
MADE OP TIIE BEST IMPORTED LI-.
F. W. HIABENIO'HT'S.
TUE "DON CARLO,"
BEST TEN CENTS CIGAR FOR THEF
F. W, IIABENICORT'
WAGONS! WAGONS! I!
F"OR .THE PEfOPLE.
ONE CAIt LOAD OF THlE FAMOIJei
ONE CAIt LOAD OF THE ELABLI -
WE W~ILL NOT DE~ UNDERSOLD,,
F~or sale by
U. G. DE SrOlT E S,
Wilnnsboro, S. 0.
It. S. DESPORTES & 00.,
R.idgeway, S. 0,
Ladies' furnishingy goods, new andc
nice StOckirtig, Corsets, ClOaks
Shawlse, etc. See the Nordjoods ean