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- RAILROAD 8eIuwutiLgs.-The trains
on the Uharlotte,'Columbia & Augusta
Railroad reach Wininsbiro as follows:
Day passenger, northward, 1.28 p. in.;
southward, 5.10 p. m.. Night passen
ger, northward, 12.16 a. in.; south
ward, 3.69 p. m. Day freight, north
ward 8.55 a. in.; southward, 12.40
p. m. Night feght, northward. 2.88
a. m.; southward, 10.85 p. - n.-This
schedule is on the basis of Washing
ton time, which is about, fifteen mitnttes
ahead of Winnsboro time.
New Advertiseentes. -
Final Disoharge-Thos. M. Lyles,
See notice of Teachers' Examination
in the iulvertising column.
The weather has moderated very
much during the last few days. Hard
on newly killed pork.
Another drove of nice fat hogs
came in on Tuesday. The price at
which they are selling is six cents
TAcuans' AssOCIATION. - T V1 e
Teachers' Association will meetn at Mit.
Zion School on Saturday. January 8th,
as the regular meeting falls on New
Year's day. Members will please take
FREsut ARIVALS AT OUR HousI.
Mince Meat, Pickled Hog's Feet, Bo
logna Sanstege, and Pure Pork saus
age; all at 15c. per pound. Also a
barrel of New Sveet Cider.
8t J. CLENDINING.
The lIndies of the Episcopal Church
desire to have a festival and hot py
per on Wednesday, the 22d inst., for',
the purpose of repai ing their chnreh
They earnaestly solicit the tssi-itance of
members of tither churches and tf the
public in general. Articles contribted
may' bo sent to Mrs. Brown's or Mr.
Dr. Itobertson's on the morning of the
AM R:MONAL .-OnI Tuesday eve
ning at haolf-past sevens o'clock hiiss
Janie M. Landerdale. of this place,
was happily united to Mr. T. P. Bryson,
of Laurcens, int thte holy bonds of miatri
mony . The ceremony wvas. pterformsed
by the Rev. J. P. Marion, of Chester,
ait t.'e residencee of the bride's mother,
Mrs. Landerdale. . Quite a number of
friensds were present to extend to the
happy paira their good wishes anad con
gratulations; and to joini in the tfes ivi
tics of the oc~causion. The bride anid
groom took their departur'e -on the
morning trsain tow Laurens. Our best
wishtes is-extenaded to thems as they
glide down, theo hill of life united ini
both heart and hand. May tielr path
.way ever be brightened by the light
and smiles of love and happittess.
Tint OUTRAGE MaLL.-It seems as5 if
the outrage mill had received a new
Impetus from Rome quarter or other,
jnidging from its operations durig the
last fewv dAys. On Monday .Messrs.,
W. A. Hlendrix and E. J. Riabb, of
this place, and Mr. .Johan Vinsona, of
White Oak, were notified by friends
lis Columbia that warrants for their
arrest had been issued, and that they
would be arrested unless they volun
tarily appeared before United States
Commissioner 8toeber in Columbia.
They all adopted the latter plait and
wenst to Columbia on Monday eveinmg.
A fter a preliminary examination,
Messrs. Vinsoun and H-ensdrlx were r'e
quired to give bond lin the sum of *500
each for their appearanice at the United
States Court, to be held in Charlestont
In April next, which they both readily
did. They were charged with obetruet
Ing the polls at this place on the day
of election. It is almost needless to
say that tis charge Is utterly ground
less anid wvithout thme semblance- pf
truth. The witnesses againset these
gentlemen were the followving ne
groes, viz: Hlenry Johmnson, Noah
Johnson, Tons Moore and 'Aleck Goode,
They are all swift witnesses, capable
of the basest perjury, and will not
stop) shtort of the most monstrous' lies
that political hate can invent or radi
cal maliee suggest. It has leaked-out,
thsrongh a reliable source, that these
witnesses are put throngh a course of
drIlling before beinsg put ont the wit
nsess stanid, with instructions to stick
to the diamnable lie that hsas beeni put
Into thecir monthms ini the ante-chamber.
Let our le.,ple nsote tis thet., and ini
thte inture let them rememnber' the
nanaes of these over-willing, but de
luded witnesses.. We have heaard of
anso'ther mill-the mill of the gods
but it has not done any great . amount
of grinading latly-in fact, seems to
have suspemaied operations .altogether.
There is some excellent usatorlal for
this mill to work just at presenst, and
we cannot refraan the hope that whsent
It grinds agains there will not only be0
somne exceeding~ fine stutff turned out,
but that some persons will' be grouand
ito a powder so small thet .the whole
will be eternally''swept away by the
Winds of obuvie'n, -
avrwrao s-ara ewAr.
DIflaannmO A .seby Win hem a Fort
. skt-tam Nmee n oe"er Abod.
RIPOSWAT, December. 18.-It ho
been sometime sinee, I have troublei
. on with any notes from these parts
The cold wove extending from th
gulf to the lakes bas not slIghte<
Itidgeway and its surrounding coun
try. It has been cold and dires wern
necessary. Nor has fire limited itsel
to its legitimate use. About tw<
weeks ago Emily Coleman was warm
ing h'iilf.bf'a fire in the cotton fick
and her clothing took fire, andshe wai
severely but not dangerously burned
Lost week her child was playing witl
a broom, the straw ignited, and thi
child was badly burnt. A child oi
Felix Ransom, while toddling by the
fire, fell and seated itself upon at
oven, and was burnt, but not serious
ly, as the mother was near and res
cued it. Last week the children o
Lou Pagan was playing around the
fire, and one of them, heating a piece
of iron, punched at another with it,
and came near putting out its eye. Oi
the 10th instant, Tony PaulPs children
were playing around the fire, and one
of them pushed a little two-year-old
brother. in the flames. It was so bad.
lv burned that it died in a short time.
All of these were colored, 'none' reel
dents of the village :except the Ran
Ridgeway was a lively place last
Saturday. The Powell Brothers en
tertained the citizens with a sleight-of
hand exhibition on Friday and Satur
day nights. Some things were clever
ly done, and the entertainnent woo
quite creditable. It was hugely en
joyed by the juveniles, and the elders
displayed an interesting curiosity.
The self-styled Indian root doctor, in
red uniform and large accordeon, ac
companied by a banjoist, also In a red
gown, marched through the streets to
a s'and improvised out of Ruff &
Cloud's dry goods boxes, and then
jabbered and speechified. fuch to the
delight of the darkles to whom he sold
his nostruma. At night he again held
forth, but this time was Joined by a
white man, who exhibited several
legerdemain tricks. Among other
things he eat and swallowed about five
pQunds of lint cotton, and then blew
spirks aid smoke - from his mouth,
and then oiened up hil wares and sold
a large nmm'er of then to the colored
folks, and the Indian doctor dispensed
his root nied-ines to the darkies.
Onm Christmnas night the ladies of
Hidgewav will have a Christmas tree,
and afterwards they'will serve up a
ho, sipper. The proceeds to be de
voted to clureh purposes.
Some cotton still in the field: a
qmatntiliv of rotten bolls-the latter
caused by the continuous wet spell.
Tom. It nEEN A CHANGEi RINOE
TnEKN.-Old Cobbe.t once expr-ssed a
wish to parade all the members oif the
newapamper. p. ess. on Kenmsing'an Com
muon. in order, as he put it, that the
public might see by what ant ugly setl
of fellowsa they wvere govermned.
-Abraham Lincoln's old home at
Sprhtmfield is reported by Ilhe Sanga
mon (Ill.) Monitor to be "a calaboose
for vagrants." The buildmng was va
cated by a boaruig house keeper re
centtly, anmd situce then. tranmps have
fohund lodgintg thereini.
-The, new Blishtop of Liverpool is
noted f'or nmot beimng very successthi ini
requpested(- IA) addre m'ss an asemmbly of
medical menm lie remarked: "' am 1not
ashamted to say I hmave a son a doctor."
The auinlimce htardly seemewd to appre
clate the comt liment.-Londlon Truth.
-it is said Victoria, Crown Prince
of Germanty, has nto symipathy with
the anti-Jewish feelimig now growing
int Germatny. She has written a letter
inm whmich she strongly censures the
agitation as devoid oIf all self-respect
and respect for others, anid contrasti
thte vulgarity maifested, with the dig
mitied sildumce preserved by the parties
MARRIED-Omn the evening of the
9th December. 1880, at tihe "Chutch o1
tihe Good Shep)herd," Yorkville, 8. t'.,
by the Right Rev. W, 1B. W. Howe
and the R1ev. R1. P. Johnsmon. Mr. Jons
8. IREYNOLDs to Miss SUM 0. EDWAItDsI
TI HE dwelling .,n Zion street, now oc.
I enpied by Mr. James Qs Davis.
1'ossession given Jianuary 1, 1884. Apply
to 13. tsiG NHEIMER.
deo 11- txlw
FINA L Dk.-COMA AsGE.
1XT OTICE is hereby given that I wilI
L.Napply to Judge of Probate for Fair.
field County. on the 15th day of Jatnary,
m881, for a final disobaage as executor of
W. B. Lyles, deceased.
THOS. M. LYLES
dec to ftil8* Executor.
A Nexamination of applicants for first
.t gmd1e otitlates will he held in
the Court, lonse. In Winnebero, oth the
second Friday in Janutary (14th), 11181.
and for the other grades, at Mt. Zion
chool on the following day. These will
be the only examinations until July next,
For Co. B~d. Esatniners,
dec 15-t ihawid.
Fresh Drugs and Medicines,
( 1WT'OR (IL, Bleostone. Borax, Cay
,. .inni. Piupper, ILaotoInept'ine, Bathi
Sp ien.4 ough~ Sy rups. HoothtIn, zsyrni: i,
IMu Rnm, Perrfmnory, Cinohonidla. Qni
nino. Tutti', Gilder's an 8'Sr. ng's Pills,
Essene Ginger. Capsino Plasters.
Onzion Set Prepared Cocoa, ('annrs
.seed Gun P .wder T1ea, liyson Tea, i ow.
dered Blliak Pepper, Maehine Oil, &o. JunR
Forpsaleat the D~rug Store. by
av 18 W.4 E. AJKE14.
Hilrrali for QOur 90130
()H, YES! OH YES!I
THESTONE MOUNTAIN COR WHS
r KEY )Ian come and is still coming.
If you waut good Whiskey and good
segars, call at
next door to W. 11. Doty & Co. le keeps
the best of everything. The beat Nat han's
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The beat Gibson's
Whiskey. The beat Ten Cents Sogar
The best Five Cents Regar. And, above
ala things, the best Dinner for 41. oentp.
r And if you come into town between 1
and 1 o'plook, and are hungry, call at
Clendining's for a drink. and he will set
up a free lunch for you. Clendining
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
FO.E THE PEOPLE.
ONE CAR LOAD OF THE FAMOUS
ONE CAR LOAD OF THE RELIABLE
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
For sale by.
. G. DXSPORTES,
Winnsboro, S. C.
I.S. DESPoRTes a Co.,
Ridgeway, S. 0.
THE FOLLOWING GOODS WILL
For the reason that they have this day
becn slightly damaged.
1 Piece lLack Cashmere worth$1.00 at
I Piece Black Casliniere worth 85 cents
at 60 cents.
1 Piece Brown Cashmere worth 70
cents at 45 cents.
These prices are a great deal less
thai we paid for ithem and are lION
EST BA RGAINS.
McMASTER, BRICE & KETCHIIN.
A NEW KIND OF WATCHI CASES
Nov because it is only within the last few
ours that it has been improved and brought
.vithin the reach of uevery one: old in principi"
necause the first invention waF. made and tho
first patent taken out neari) twenty years ago,
and oases made at that time and worn ever
.ince, are nearly as good as 'ew. Mead the fol
lowing which is onl: one of the many hun
ireds; your Jewelers can tell of similas oneas:
*M 4NsPiaD PA., May 25, 1T5i.
I have a customer who carried one of Boss'
Patent casr s fifteen years and I knew it two
yenars be'fo: e he got it, anid it now appearm good
-for ten years longe'r. Rt. E. OLNEY.
Rlemember that Ja.si. Boss' Is thht only patent
-aso made of two pates of solid gold (one out
*ide and one inside) covering every part ox
nosed to wea or sight. Th 4 great advantage
if t hese plates is apparent to every one, Bloss'
t . the only palent case with which there is
iaven a written warrant, of which the following
is a fac-simine:
80e that you gel. ... .. ..... with each case
Ask yeur jeweldtr for illustrated Catalogue.
HE undersigned begs leave to say
to the pubice that lie is now ruit:
ning a first-ciass Shaving Salooni in
every respect. None but compnj)tl
anid experit worWkmlenl are employed,
anid thehwilllt ~i favor us with their
custom are gitarltnteed satisf'action.
Done in the latest and neatest style.
Don't forget to call and give me a
trial, and I wvill please you.
J, M. McCALL,
Opposite Dr. Aiken's Drug Store,
NOTICE Is hereby giyeh to ownears of
Real Estate within he corpot'ate
limits of the town of WVInnsbota that
the pavements in front of stich property
must be put in good condition within
thi ty d y:- from this dato. If not not
tended to within tht't time, the 'Towb
Coneil uiill proce'id to fix the earne. and
the cost thereof will be added to the
liraperty-owners' taxes for the next muhta
yi~ order of Concll,
GE!OIRGIA STONE MOtJNTAZN
At #. W. Ilabenfeht'a aftd A. WVilliford',
Sole Agents for Winnub. ro. nov 23
DR W. E~. AIK EON,.
-JtAL' flf 14
ttrugs, Medicines, Toilet Goods, etc.
WORTH OF: oiS.
TO BE 8OLD AT
VERY SMALL PROFITS.
NO change necessary to e nade In
our business, for the reson that we are
gaining ground- instead of -oping, andI
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 mot with the
sd fisherman's luck.
We extend a cordial Invitation to
one and all to call and see us.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCIIEL.
GOO DS GIV-EN A WAY!
.E, the unider-igned1, ann~outece to
the putblic that we hiave just re
elved a new lot of
LADIES' AND GENTS'
BOOTS A ND SHOES,
itJNKS, VALISES, &O.,
Whieh wve wvill sell at the lowest; and
in aidditioni to the low prices we give
to every prchaser of $5.00 an extra
FIB'TY C~tt'fs Wb1hT? bi dos,
And to every purchaser of $10, an ex
tra present or
ONII aDLiARW8 WORtTI.
JUS.T R EC EIYE.D
A new tot f 'Threb-fitittouied d
( toves. only 50 cents, real Alex nder
IKid Gloves, $1a0s-vorth $1.25.
ALL KINDS AND STYLES.
A call for iuspection is cordially lIta
vited, and satisfaction gnarailteed in
P. LAN1A2CKER &BRO.
. / have i. 16 ii toie the la, ge t
stc ver pnauchased by its,
and "Idhi will be aisposed of at lo~r
Cloth~ing, Hat 4.
Shoes, Groceries. Bir idles.
Saddles. Harnoe, fled Leathei
' larness te4'her &c. *
We are not given1 to "BLOWING'
buit enah truth iulty spy we are
ihg solid bargains, ndd ill be0 g
to see pOit. -
sept 20 0. .DES3PORTES.
LUD.DEN & BATEE
THE MUSIC HIOUSE OF TEH SOUTil
orPAOVAL TO OUR
New Double Store
An Inimense Music Temple.
Two largestores, eacl 30 fet front ap
four storica hir , fronting on three atreel
and illed from collar to loft with musica
supplies. Nothing to compare with it i
the Southern States,
A BKG STORE,
A BIG STO CK,
A BIG TRADE
-urtsig Cie ttn years siince our esta
lishment of our house we have develope
the tausic trade of the South to a won
derful degree, but as yet, we have only be
gun. Wetice, not many years ahead, i
businesa of a million a ' ear, and to tak
care of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our present mammoth warerooms
Fall trade 188' will be immense. Wear,
ready for it. For monthiour senior part
nor lia been at the North contractini
with Pino and Organ manufacturers flo
ins rumenta. l'e has concluded mos
advantageons contracts, and the Piano
and Organs aro "coining, coming" 10 .1 01
more, by every steamer. New Styles, NeN
Prices. Now 'terms, New Storo, Now Do
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880
Cush prices wi'l thi-o Months credit.
During inonths rf Av- - Hopt, abd Oc
w will sell Platns ni d Organs at Lown'
%'A1u PalcEs, payable %.5 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Organ, with th
balanen in three months, wYT1UOVT 4Tzr1
WhIAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFR
%a n s.aeas - new amb 9~- m
Write for Illustrated Cititlo-,oes anf
New Price Lists lbr Fall 1bb0 and pro
pare to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers
ALWAYS ON HA.
i no very best NOItyOLKI OYSTERE
three timnes a week, at
F. W. HABENICHIT'S
Best Salt Water FilESH3 FISH, all th
year rouhd, and alwnys waurranted to b
To arrlive this week on barrel Old 19d
NATHF AN'S CAlilNE-.r W illSIEY, (ger
F. W. HABENICHIT'S.
P. 5. Sotne of saine, very old, in stocl
t'HIlsADELP~itA LAGG11 BEtit 1
one-half Pint Bottles, f'or Family us<
very low, at
P. W. IIAliENiCH'I 's,
FIVE CENT CiGA~T
A ME RIC A
10. Wi lIADENiI1T'S
COLUMM i iT-(IEL
P'ALL ANDh V7
W E BEG leave to Inform our ountomier
lately disposed of our Grocery Dep
room for our
Whioh are now in store, and have been r
cannot enumerate the iarious kinds and st:
amine our stock, and we shall en4eavor to
CLOTHINQ, 11 ATS AND GE
This department has. been extended nnt
I Our Troy City Porfoot. Fitting Crown 4hirt
laundried made to order if desired,
BAY STATE STANDA
Are our specialty, and to those who have
those who are yet strangers to the durabilit
to call and buy your wiNter supply, ora sij
d You will not bavo to come oftei--thoy are
s Shoe made.
ZEIGLER BROTHERS' Gents', Ladies',
your S o0 bill and save money by buying
Y STOCK of Furnitiure, which will
et according to quality, and for
Remember that all my goods are warral
F Furniture elsewhere, then come to the.
- bet slectionI Im 0t( hcall cheatper. Be
way. Blvthewood, Whit' Oak, Woodwt
and York. Tis is It IrCom11tniiendat-ion o
A new supply of Window Shades. Wi
Frames, Chromuos, I hit Racks, and ilBook
The largest. supply o lin Chamber S
ber Suits. Call atd see hen). A new i
ny. Don't Buyt a Machine merely becn
it aind likes it. R.'Rielber thit; m'ost of
pufied have but little terit.. Tho one y
1,ime and veX11ation, is noiseless, ruti
it.. Remttemtiber the Gold Aiedal wias awn
I over eighty cornpelitors. I can refer ya
-always given 0nt1ir sal islaction. Romi
Sash FacLory. All orders -etrusted toi
the lowest pices. 41ulniurC neatly rep
prepared to ainke to order. Lnw1he6 an4
img Maclihinc Needles nd attachmittients ni
me. Don't fiail to cal be't"we purchasinl;
IF YOU WANT
ANYTHING IN THL2
CALL AND GET .THE B3EST AT
F TVM ./ B ENICItT'S.
.SCOTCH WHIEEcEY PUNCHES,
- -A T
F. W. IIABENICUIT'S.
$AMAZ0A RUM PUNCHEA,
1". W. IIABENICIIT'S.
TOilk AND) JERRIES,
MADE OF TilE BEST IMPORTED LI
F. WV. H3AIBENIORfT'S.
TH EE "DON CA RLO,'
SDET TEN~ OENTR CIGAIL FORl Til .
F. W, HIAJBENICRT 8.
RELIEF? ASSOCIA TIO1\.
LHIS is an ~asoia~tion of business met
1.who, for theii- 'iutual proteetiot
0 .ntrib~ute' io w ards a fun d, so a
n case of death, their fam lias may r
, ive fi-om $2.. (10 to $5,0 ii'; ad~ording ti
-mount of erlilidate. This is one o1 II.
cst plans n o insu1)t'ance. 1ou pay r.
'on go, just liIke firo' iunurance1 anid wJit
anre con venilenco ov'-n, as you pay b.
-mall instalments during the year. W~
'ofer r'o those betit acquainted -with ,s
,is r:zmrmber' in' Fairtleld: G. H. Mc
.iaster, JaR. A. Briece, Jno B. .Davis, D
Ri. Flenn iken, B3. Jngenheimer, . J.. W..
tWoCtighst, J'no. J. Nell, Thomas Ti. John
on. J. Clondining, B.B. Hanahaun, it.
Wt ins D~avis, .Ja,.. Q Davis. Any ton
that should like to become a n.ewbr v-.ll
.uprldvto 0; C.. BACOT,'..
1NE'R ST ORE -
tand the'publio generally', that we have
rtment for the purpose of making ujore
iarked at prices to induce qnick sales. W
,lea. btst cordidlly invi'o all to call an4 e,
atke it the interest of all to purchase.
NTS' FURNISHING QQOS.
I we gqarantee prices as low an the lowest,
cannot bo surpassed. Ljaundriod or lp.
RD SOREWED SHOES
tried thon we need not Pdd words. To
y of this honestly malie Shoe, we ask yoi
iglo pa ronmy, if yon prefer tryipg then,
aoknowledged by ;iany to outwesr sny
MISses', and Infants' Pine Shoes. IReduco
h bert. Uouiemebor the placo
. M. BEATY & CO,
ON TIlE CONnFl. -
be the largest, handsotlest and cheap'
lesign anid workmaishil) Uneqtaled.
ted to be &a represented. Price your
Irst-class store where von will have the
ir in mind. that I ship goods to Ridge
rd's, Blatistock, amid as far as Chester
r the quality and price of' my good.,
Mil Pockc(s, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
Shelves, chmper than tIhe clieapest.
is, made to matcl cottago and Chaim
mpply of Sewing Mlachiine as good as
use your mother or your neighbor has
the machines that are muost largely
ou want is the one that 'will save yout
a light t011( w ill last a long 1 ime. -1 have
rdd to one of the Machines I represent,
it to manv -that ire usiig it, an1d -it han
mhuiter that I am agent for a Door and
no 'i will have prompt aittention anid at.
ired it, moderate prices. 1 am also
I ShingkS Vl'r sale at small proits. Sew
id parts of Machinies ci be had through
elsewhere. It. W. PHILLIPS.
COr & iIl fs
IF you wvrnt a -eal good at'tlcle at its
broper value. Their briees are low
considering the quality of their goods
Trhey have a splendid stock of Gold
and Silver Watches, Plalin and Fancy
Rlings, Studs and $.lcove Buttons, Gold
anll olled-Platod Sets, Silver and
Platedwai'e, Pocket and T'able Knives3
Gold Pens and Peneils.
A large assortment of Glassivaro3
La*j Guods, Toilet Sets, Vasos,
Clocks, (warranted good. timne-keepa
ers), Spectacles and Eye-Glasses to
muul t all ages, Safetl~y Lann-Burnei's,
Machine Needins, Violins, Violin
Strings, etc. etc -
ALL persons who bouight stock
from me last spring on time whose
n tes are due frst October, will
ni ase be prepared to meot thein, all
rii payment will be. reqjuiredl.
Pr mpt payment will only enable
.no to accommiodato themn next
Delivered at my Stable on Coingtim
Street, located olto door soitth of the.
sept 23 A ~~uD
1N addiltlon to my dr'oe'y on the eortu.
Lor, I have open ed a Fainy Ardeery fa
'y old1 stand. one door senth of Jleaty &,
3ro, whero I keap a fnil Aeleation of nice
ings for Christmas tltafeatioh'as Fotic
Krau a i Ial~r eMA~ fafst BtrIpsa
('all 'at Iheadquartr 6W( th' et a .''.
4tidl Winos, o( which I1e~ a full ae~
Ion. Forty barrel if these9 qns on
esnd. V.. hO ) LVt
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