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TOWN AND COUNTY
TUESDAY, December a1, : s 1880.
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Winnsboro Publishing Company
RAILuoAn ScEDULEs.-The trains
on the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
Ialiroad reach Winnsboro as follows:
Day passenger, northward, 1.42 p. in.;
soutaward, 4.67 p. in. Night passent
ger, northward, 12.16 a. in.; south
ward, 8.59 p. n. Day freight, north
ward. 8.55 a. i.; southward, 12.38
p. in. Night freight, northward, 2.38
ia; n.; southward, 10.85 p. m.-This
schedule is on the basis of Washing
ton time, which is about fifteen minutes
ahead of Winnsboro time.
[The night passenger trains will not
stop at Winnsboro.]
Notice-W. 1t. Garrison.
Sheriff 's Sale-John D. McCarley,
8. F. C.
Something Nice for Christmas-F.
Elder & Co.
American Sewing Machines-R. W.
See advertisements of Lung. and
FuEsiH AunVALs AT Oun HOUsE.
Mince leat, Pickled Hog's Feet, Bo
logna Sausage, and Pure Pork Saus
age; all at 15c. per pound. Also a
barrel of New Sweet Cider. One htm -
dred dozen Eggs, just received.
3t J. CLENDINING.
Remember the festival at the Thes
piani Hall on Wednesday night for the
benefit of the Episcopal Church. The
object is a worthy one, and we doubt
not the entertaininent will be liberally
Messrs. F. Elder & Co. advertise
"something nice for Christmas" in the
shape of Atmore's mince meat, raisins,
citron, camied goods, etc. A visit to
their establishment is now in order,
and we are iuclined to think it will
prove a temptation too strong to be
resisted. They have also their usual
wvell-assorted stock of groceries, dry
goods, hats, boots, shoes, etc.-all of
which will be sold as low as may be.
THlE AMEUCAN SEWING MACHINE.
The advertisement of thuis popular
machine will be found in another eel
umn. The "American'' has so well
stood the test of time that it is scarcely
necessary to say a word of its merits.
Of late it has been greatly improved,
and is nowv one of the very best ma
chines in tihe market. Mr. R. W.
Phlillips, the wel l-known fu~urnitu re
dealer, is tile agent at Winnsboro.
KING's lo UNTA IN MILITARY ScnooL.
--There is, perhaps, 1no institution inl
the State more wvorthy of support than
the King's Mountain Military School,
Yorkville, S. C., of which an adver
tisement will be found in another eel
uimnn. Colonel Coward, the principal,
is one of tile fluest teachers, in the
State, and huas devoted his life to tihe
profession. The course of his school
is an extensivo one, and facilities are
afiorded for an ediucation at once col
legiate and practical. Ie is ably as
sisted, and the instituitionu is furnlished
wVithl all necessary apparatus. Tile
next session will open oni tihe 1st of
February, 1881, when it is hoped there
will be a large corps of cadets from
the difrerent sectionus of tile State.
THE COST 0OF LEGIsLATION.-The
privilege of having a Legislature, says
thue Columbia Register, iseone of tile
primary evidences as well as one of
the greatest privileges resulting from
tile fact that we are a fr'ee people. As
such it is worth more thlan any amount
of mnoney. But it may not be alto
gether ulninlteresting to know just huow
muchel the people of Southl Carolina (10
pay for tis privilege. Tile following
figures are based onu thec legislative
approp~riation bill, now on its passage:
Tile per diem of tile members and thec
pay of the attaches and the solicitors
in attendance, not incllcing the clerks
of the two houses, whlo are paid by
year, amounts to a fraction over $1,002
a day for tile session of thlirty (lays.
Taking theo number of working hours
at eight per1 day, this would be $125
per hlour, or $2.08 per mnitte. If to
thmis we add the statiory certiflcates
of tihe Immbers, time salaries of the
clerks of' the two houses, the extrai
(lays allowed for' the journal cler'ks
and the sergeant-at-armns, preparug
the acts fbir tile printer, etc., and tile
publ printing, whuieh wili aggregate
$17,110 more, it will inorease tile ex
penlse of a thirty days' session to $1,.
672 a day, or $It97 an honr11, or $3.28 ni
minute. In ord(er, however, to got at
all the actual cost of thme session, the
mileage of the ml~ebes mtst be add.
ed-which varies with time disfances at
which they live from the capital.
A PLEASANT FOUND PARTY.
WITrE OAK, December' 18.-On Fri
day evenling your reporter found imm
self wenlding his way along tihe road
* ~ toward tile village of Whmite Oak.
Within a stonle's throw of tihe corpora
tion is. thle residence of William Me.
Doweli, Esq. This gentlenmn gave
theyoung'poopio fnee access to two of
his rooanu wtd. showed thom all the
Itospitality that could be asked. Al
though the night was one of a lowery
nature, the hoise was filled, mostly
with young men. Among the ladies
that graced the party may be men
tioned Miss' Harris, Miss Patrick,
Mips Wilson, Miss Weldon, Miss Mag
gie Weldon, Miss Pope, Miss Hemp
hill, and other little Misses whose
names I did not learn. The (Aiasm of
business and cares was bridged over
by the best resolution of enjoyment.
All formality was laid aside and the
good, kind girls, who, much prettler
than the fair Dalrymples of Mr. Lever
in "Charles O'Malley," could not
dance with us all at once, but kindly
accepted us in our turn, which to some
seemed long coming. The fitn was
kept up until the "wee sma' bours" of
morning arrived, and one by one the
crowd returned to their respective
homes, well satisfied with the pleasures
of the past evening, resolving to visit
White Oak on the first shadow of an
invitation. We found on our arrival
one who Is known as an energetic and
versatile knight of the quill by THE
NEWs AND HERALD. Should my
friend "Retlaw," find it convenient
to return to the neighborhood of Jack
son's Creek, I w* ould particularly en
treat him not to expose one who, when
he first went into the ball-room, was
considered as a pious, consistent Chris
tain gentleman, but who afterwards
joined in and tipped the "light (or
more appopriately, heavy In this case,)
fantastic toe." I will promise, if
"Ret." won't tell that little incident,
he shall have a whole "puff" when
Joe gives that frolic; and, by the by,
you, Joseph, must not forget
-J. N. lick, of Toledo, Ohio, says:
My father, before wearing the "Only
Lung Pad," could not sleep nights on
account of his violent coughing, since
wearing it has slept soundly every
night.-See Adv. *
A LL persons having claims against me
will plefnse call and I will settle.
All persons owing me will please call and
settle at once.
I further give notice that I an not re
sponsible, nor is anything that I own re
sponsible, for any one's debts or contracts
but my own. W. R. GARRISJN.
King's Mountain Military School,
YORRVILLE, S. U.
T .HE SECOND SESSION of the twenty
sixth yo:r will begin February 1st
and close June 30th, 1881.
TERMS PER SEssION:
For Hchool Expenses, i. e . Board,
Tuition, Washing. Fuel and
Lights, - , - - $100.00
Surgeon's fee and use of books, - 5 00
ForCiroulars containing full informa
tion, apply to ' COL. A. COWARD,
deo 21-tfobl Principal.
B1 y vir'e"o* a arrant**n lin t*-'
directed, I will offer for sale, before
the Court House door in Winnsboro,
4,. C., on the first Monday in January
next, within the legal hours of sale, for
cash, the following described personal
property, to wit:
Two bales of cotton, twenty bushels of
cotton seed1, more or less, four hundred
pounds of fodder, more or less, eight
bush~els of corn, more or less, twvo hun
dred and fifty pounds of hay and pea.
vines, more or less, fifty-eight bushels of
sweet potatoes, more or loss. Levied upon
as the property of Joseph Reynolds, at the
suit of R. 8. Desportes & Co.
J.D. McCARLEY, S.P. C.
Winnsboro, S. C., Dcc. 15, 1880.
Cures by ABSORLPT1ION (Nature's Way).
It Drives into the system curative
agents and healing medicines.
It draws from the diseased parts the
poisons that cause death.
Thousands testify to its virtues.
You can be Rtelieved and Cured.
Don't desp>air until you have triad this
Sensible, E asily Applied and R ADICAL
LY EMzECTUAL~ Remedy. Send for tes-.
timonials and our book, ' 'Thr'ee Millions
a Year." Sent free.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by mail on
receipt of price, $2.(00 by
The "Only" Lutig Pad Co.,
Williams liloek, Detroit, Mic'h.
ANexamination of applicants for first
grade certificates will be held in
the Court House, in Winn~rsboro, on the
second Friday in January (14th), 1681.
and for the other grades, at Mt. Zion
Pohool on the following day. These will
be the only examinations until July next.
For Co. Bid. Examiners.
Fresh Drtgs and Medicines.
1, ASTOR OIL,, Bluostone, Borax, Cay .
enne Popoer, Lactopeptine, Batih
>ponges, .2ong Syrups. Soothlng Sy rups,
Ilay Rumn, Portimery, Cinobonidia, Qui
nine. Tutta', Gilder's ani B Srong's Pills,
Essence Ginger, C'apsine Plasters.
Onion Sets, Prepared Cocoa, Canary
Seed, Gun P.,wder Tea, Hlyson Tea, Pow
dered BIaoh. Popper, Machine Oil, &e. Just
McMASTER, BRICE & KETOHIN.
For sale at the DrYug store, by
nov 18 W% E. AIKEN.
-Subseribe to Tus uw EW ER
0H, YES! OH, YES
r 'HE STONE MOUNTAIN CORN WHIS
.. KEY has come and is still coming
If you want good Whiskey and goot
Segars, call at
- GLENDINING'S 110 USE,
next door to W. R. Doty & Co. He keop0
the best of everything, The best Nathan'
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The best Gibson'i
Whiskey. The best Ten Cents Segar
The best Five Cents Segar. And, abov4
all things, the best Dinner for 40 cento.
And if you come into town between 11
and 1 o'clock, and are hungry, call al
Olendining's for a drink, afid he will sO
up a free lunch for you. ClendininE
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
WAGONS! WAGONS I!
FOr. T H E PEOPLE.
ONE CAR LOAD OF TIlE FAMOU
ONE CAR LOAD OF TIlE REI.IANLI
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
For sale by
U. 0. DESPORTES,
I.S. DESPORTES & C0.,
Ridgeway, B. 0.
TIE FOLLOWING GOODS WILI
For the reason that they have this dal
been slightly damaged.
1 Piece Black Cashmere worth $1.00 a
1 Piece Black Cashmere worth 85 cent
at 50 cents.
1 Piece Brown Cashmere worth 71
cents at 45 cents.
These prices are a great deal les
than we paid for them and are I-ON
McMASTER, BRICE & KETIN
'A NEW KIND OF WATCH CASE.
New because it is only within the last foi
years that it has been improved and brougi
within the reach ef every one: old in princip1
because the first invention was made and t1
first patent taken out nearly twenty years age
and eases made at that time and worn evt
since, arc nearly as good as new. Read the 1o
lowing which Is only ene of the many hut:
dreds; your jewejers can tell of similar ones :
M ANsYIELD, pA., May 28, 1878.
I have a customer wvho carried one of Bes
Patent eases fifteen years and I knew it te
years before he got it, and it now appears goc
for ten years longer. 11. E. OLNEY.
Remember that Jan. Bess' is tm only pate:
cnse made of two piates of solid gold (one ou
side and one inside) covering every part e:
posed to wear or sight. The great advantag
of these plates is apparent to every one. Bos
is the only palent ease with which there
given a written warrant, of which the followir
is a fac-simile:
8ee thatycou get the guarantee with eaehlea
Ask your jeweler for illustrated catalogue.
oct 9-lyfmeh11 .
rlH1E undersigned begs leaVe to sa
tto the public that he is now ria
ninsg a first-class Shaving Saloon i
every resp~ect. None but eoin petel
and expert wvorkmren are emplover
an~d those who ivill favor us with t'hel
custom are guaranteed satisfactior
'Done in t'he latest and neatest stykc
Don't for'get to call and give me
trial, and I will please you.
J. M. McCALL,
Opposite tsr. Alkon's Drug 8tore.
OTICE is her'eby given to owners c
N ea Esaewti the corporat
limits oth twnof Wifhboro thi
the pavements in front of efich prop er
must be pilt in good cohdition w i
thi ty days from this date. If not al
tended to within that time, th6 Tow:
Council will procoed to fix the same, an<
the cost thereof will be added to th
pperty-o'tfhets' taxes for the neut fauni
Byordor of Council,
d 4 E. 8. lHA1lfDLER, Clerk.
GE~ORGIA STONEl MODN1%AU
CORZx W HISaIx2%
At V. W. Hlabenicoit's afid A.Willifordl'
Solo Agents for Winneboro. nov 25
DR. W. E. AIKEN,
---EA LEft IN
Drugs, Medicifies, Toilet Goods, eti
i ~WINNSDOltos 8,0.
WORTH OF GOODS
TO BE SOLD AT
VERY SHALL PROFITS.
NO change necessary to be made in
our business, for the reason that we are
'Ining ground instead of losing, and
dils 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
sad fisherman's luck.
We extend a cordial invitation to
one and all to call and see us.
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCIIEL.
GOO0DS GIVEN AWAY!
W E, the undersigned, annogtnee to
the puibic that we have just re
s' celved a nsew lot of
d DRY GOODS,
~- LADflIE8' AND GENTS*
B' FUkRtISHTRG GOODS'
g BOOTS AND SHOES,
TRIUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
Which we wvill sell at the lowest; and
in addition to the low prices we give
to evevr ~urchaser of $6.00 an extra
FIFTY OEINTS WORTXl OF .GOODS,
And to every purchiaserof $10, an ex
tra present of
O4nO D~OLLAWd8 WiORTHI
A new lot of Three-Buttoi ed Kid
,(Gloves, only 50 cents, real .A xander
Kid GloVes, bi.dO-worth $1.25.
ALL KINDS AND STYL 8.
it A dall ihr Itispeilon is cord ally hii
, vited, and satisfaction gitara teed in
r every respect.
.P4 L ANDECKER & $R1O.
E~ liave now inl store the largest
I VTstock ever purchased by us,
B and which will be disposed of at low
Shoes, Grooerfes, B3ridles;
aiddles, Harness, Rod Leather,
Harness Leather &o.
;, We are not g~ten to "BLOWING,"
buit eani truthfully say we are offer
ing solid bargaine, and will be glad
to see you,
LUDDEN & BATES'
['ME MUSIC HOUSE OF THE SOUTH!
REMOVAL TO OUR
New Double Store
An Immense Music Temple.
Two large stores, each 30 foot front and
our stories high, fronting on three strecta
nd filled from collar to loft with musical
upplies. Nothing to compaco with it in
ho Southern States.
A BIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
AND MORS TO OOM3.
During the ten years since our estab.
isimont of our house we have developed
he music trade of the South to a won
terful degree, but as yet we have only be
run. Wesee, not many years ahead, a
iusiness of a million a year, and to take
Are of this enormous trade we have pro
tided our present mammoth warorooms.
?alf trade 188' will be immense. We are
eady for it. For months our senior part
ior has been at the North contracting
vith Piano and Organ manufacturers for
nstrumenis. l'e has concluded most
Advantageous contracts, and the Pianos
nd Organs aro "coming, coming" 100,000
noro, by every steamer. Neo, Styles, Now
?rices, New Terms, New Store, Now Do
3PECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880,
aish prices with three Months credit.
)uring months of Ait. Sept. and Oct.
ve will sell Pianos ai- d Organs at LOwEsT
ARn PRIcEs, payable $25 Cash on a Pi
Lno or $10 Cash on an Organ, with the
>alance in three months, wITUoUT INTER
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFTEt?
Writo for Illustrated Cailogocs and
qew Price Lists for Fall 1880 and pro.
>aro to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
LWAYS ON HAND I
The very beat NORFOLK OYSTERS,
three times a week, at
F, W. HAB.ENICXIT'S
Best Salt Water FRESH FISH, all the
year round, and always warranted to be
F. W. HIABENICHIT'S,
ToX at'rive this week one barrel Old 19t13
NATHAN'S CABINET WilISKEY, (gon
P. W. HABENICIT"S.
P. 6. Some of same, very old, in stock.
PHILADE~P~rIA LAGER BREit in
one-half Pint Blottles, for Family use,
very low, at
T AKEE N OT I CE.
iANCJOCK AND ENGLISII
FI VE CENT CiGARS
A ME RIC A
OOL UMB A IHOTFEL
uov J5-tEam PI~OPRi ETOIR.
FALL A1TD 7
W E BEG leave to inform our customer
lately disposed of our Grocery Dep
room for our
Which are now in store, and have been r
cannot enumerate the '%arious kinds and st.'
amino our stock, and wo shall endeavor to
CLOT HING, 4 AT S A ND GE
This department has been extended, ani
Our Troy City Perfoot Fitting Crown Shirt
laundried made to order if desired,
BAY STATE STANDA
Are our specialty, and to those who have
those who aro yet strangers to the durabilil
to call and buy your winter supply, or a si
You will not have to come ofton-they are
ZEIGLER BROTHTIBS' Gents', Ladies',
your 8 oe bill and save mony by buying
MY STOCK of Furniture, which wil
est according to quality, and for
Remember that all my goods are warrai
Furniture elsewhere, then come to the
best selectiont and can buy cheaper. Be
way, Blythowood, White Oak, Woodwi
and York. This Is a recommendation c
A new supply of Window Shades, W
Frames, Chromos, Hat Racks, and Bool
Tlie largest supply of Tin Chamber 84
ber Suits. Call and see thei. A new
any. )ot'l Buy a Macliiie mcrely becI
It and likes It. Remember that most oj
piuf'ed have but littlo merit. The one -
time and vexation is noiseless, rui
it. Remember the 6old MIIedal was awl
over eighty competitors. 1 can refer y<
always given entire santisfaction. Rem
Sash Factoury. All orders entrusted to
the lowest prkies. Furniturc neatly rel
prepared to make to order. Lutaber an
ing Machine Needles and attachments a
me. )on't fiil to call beforo pureliasin
IF YOU WANT
ANYT HING IN TIUE
CALL AND GET T'HE BElS'T AT
scoTCH WHISKEY oUWESs,
JAMAI0A E~UM PUNCQHEsb
Tofl AND .JEnati!!,
MADE OF TIlE BEST IMPORTED LI
iYIKE "DON CAIILO,'
SBET TEN CENTS CIGAR FOlt TIlE
TIHE P EOPLE~'S
rpHIs Is ab Aseojantion uf bttainessi men,
w 'ho, for their mutual protection,
contribute towards a' fund, so as
in ease of death, the1t fak~iilies triay re
ceive froiti $2,f000 to $5,000, adcording to
amotthi bf oortiitates This IS one of tho
best plans of life insurance. Yetn pay as
you go, just like fire insutanoto, slid with
moide conVteihdo evehi, as yout paty by
small indtatlmeits dni'ing tho year. W
refer to those best aicquaihted with us,
viz :members in Fairfieldi 0. HI. Mo
Master, Jas. A . h1i'Iee; J'.o. B. Davis, D.
R.Flieiikehe B. -Sngenheimer, 3. W.
Mo~eigt; no.J. NeTil, Thbomas L,. John
noti, J. Olendig~Itg, U. B. Hanapftrb B,
ieanS Dav is, Jas. Q. Davis Any onie
that should like to becomb a itomber Will
japply to 46 0;ACo0t,
and the public generally. tlat we hava
artment for the purpose of making more
marked at prices to induce quick sales. Wji
rles, but cordially inviie all to call an4 ex.
make it the interest of all to purchase.
NVITS' FURNISHING GOODS,
I we guarantee prices as low as the lowest,
9anot be surpassed. Laundried or Un.
RD SCREWED SHOES
tried them we need not add words, To
y of this honestly made Shoe, we ask you
xgle pair only, it you profor trying tliin.
poknowledgedlby maiy,,to outwear any
Misses', and Infants' Fine Shoes. Redcee
tha best. Remember the place
. M, BEATY & CO,
ON THE CO1UNER.
I be the larg est, handsonmest aid cheap
design amt workninship nu1lequaled.
ited to be as represented. Pricm your
Ilrst-class store wh'iCro you will ha'Vu th
ar in mind that I sip goods to lidge
Lrd's, Blackstock, and ts far as Chester
f the quality and price of my goods.
0ll Pockets, Brackets, Mirror, Pictiro
Shelves, cheaper than the chealwst..
ts, made to maitch Cottago and Cham.
mnpply of Sewing Machines as good as
unse your mother or your neighbor has
the machines that, are most largely
on want is the o1e that will savo yon
s light and will last a long time. I have
irded to one of the Macliies I represent
m to many that are using It, and it has
mber that I am agent for a Door miad
1110 Will have romIpt attention and at
aired at moderate prices. I am also
A Shingles for sale at small profits. Sew
d parts of Machines can be had through
g elsewhere. R. W. P1lILL1PS.
Cofilor & Crall1r's
I you want a r'eal good ailtcle at its
piropei' vaiie Their prices are low,
considering tihe quality of their goods.
TIhey have a spindid stock of Gold
and Silver Watches, Plaini and Fanny
Ilings, St uds and Sleeve Bu'ttoiis, Gold
and Rolled-Plated Bots, Silver and
Platedwai'e, Pocket and Table Knives,
Gold Pens8 anid Penicils.
A lai'ge assortmneht of' Glasswnrd',
Lamp Goods, Toilet Sets, Vases,
Clocks, (warranted good timnn-kecpd
bcr8), Spectacles hnd Eye-Glasses to
suilt all ages, Safety Lamb-iurner's,
Machinai Neodles, Violins, Violii
Stt'ngs, etc. etc.
ALL persons whot botight iitock
from me last spritig on .time whose
notes are duo first October, will
p lease be prepared to meet them.s a
full payment will be requii-bda
Prompt 'paymnt will only enable
me to accommtdate themi iimb
tIoRN AND iM6DER .
Delivered at ing 5table on Congleya
Street, located one doui- soith 1f the
N'r Store !
Noe~ Woods Z
IN addition t6u Greeery on the corn -
1.er, I lieve i~iced a Fancy Grocery in
myv old atand, bn deer south of Beay A
Bro., were I keep a full seleotion of ieo
things kr Christmas tilnes, such as *t\~
Kraut. tiologna Sausage, Breakfast Stti -
Ontefzr, es Oranges, Coco'ante;Jt
nafise Cabbage, Iril i I'otatoe~vete
Calat Hloadquartere, on the
ana'buy .y'cnt B'andiga, lunerds 4
and Wines, of which-I keep a full l~t
tion. Forty barrels of these goao 'on
hand. W, iI. DO)YlY