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OWN AND COUNTY.
TUEDAY, February 8, 1 a 1881.
TEms op TiI NiEws AND hEALD.
-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per
:nuta, in advatce; weekly edition,
wo dollars and flifty cents perannum,
ii advance. Liberal discount to clubs
f flive and upwards.
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racts for three, six or twelve months
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ud one-half cents per line for each
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sements. Simple announcements or
oarriages and deaths published free or
harge, and solicited.
Ali communications, of whatsoever
ature, should be addressed to the
inusboro Publishing Company
j msboro, S. C.
RAILOAD SCHEDULE.-The trains
iow pass Wlnnsboro as follows:
orth-bound passenger, 11.40 a. in.;
uth-bound, 5.15 p. n.; north-bound
-eight, 8.88 a. i.; south-bound, 12.57
.im. These arrivals are on the basis
RLIGIoU.-Services will be held
t the Associate Reformed Church to
norrow morning, at 11 a. m., by the
ev. Neill E. Pressly.
Mrs. Louisa Clarke, widow of the
ate Dr. H1. H. Clarke, died in leer
plaw county on last Saturday morn
ng, in the sixty-seventh year of her
age. Both Dr. and Mrs. Clarke were
velt known in Fairfield.
Not only the farmers but all who are
interested in ouri material welfare
should read the commiinunication ot) the
' soi of the State. It contains useful
-information and valuable hints about
the management of land.
The Bachelors' Protective U~nion
-Imet on Thursday iight for the trans
-actioln of important business. The
~anidversary dinner will take place on
thue first, of March-there being no
twenty-ninth day of February this
The Judges of.the Supreme Court
ud of the several judicial circuits met
11 convention at Columbia on Thurs
a and unjamimously appointed the
ollowing-naned lawyers as the coin
nission to codify the statute laws of
the State, under the recent Act of the
egislature: Col. Charles H-. Simon
on, of Charleston; Maj. James F.
Iart, of Yorkville; Win. H. Parker,
sq., of Abbeville.
THmE LAsT LEGISLATURE.-WO have
'cceived from Colonel John T. Sloan
aIpihlet with a list of the Acts and
oint Resolutions passed at the recent
ession of the Legislature; also an
~ lphuabetical roll of the members of the
G~eneral Assembly. The number of
ets and Jolint Resolutions adopted is
3. Thle Seniate consists of thirty
ur mnembers, one fro)m each county
the State, except Charleston, which
s two Senators. Ini the House of
Sepresenttatives there are 124'mnem
ra. Of these seveitty are farmers,
Jenty-four are lawvyers, fourteen are
uysiclans, eight merchants, five me
aunics, two teachers and 011e a ininuis
SGIN IIOUSE BURNED.-We regret to
arn that the gin-house of Major
* mes Pagan, withu all its contents,
as dIestroyedl by fire on Wednesday
t. The fire originated in the lint
em, but the cause is rather a mnys
- y. Major Pagan writes that lie
Sinks it resulted from a match in the
St ton. 'rho loss is heavy. The build
gwas worth four hundred dollars,
d the ginls and other machinery about
bvcn hunudred dollars. There were
rtseveni bales of cotton and about
coe thousand bushels of cotton seed.
the cot ton, three bales belonged to
~or Pagan, three to Mr. D. Neely
one to Mr. Wmn. Beckham. This
4 serIons disaster, and Major Pagan
the sympathy of his ntumerous
tEDUCED FARES. -TIhmere has been
'1~neiderable reduction ini the passeun
fares on the Charlotte, Columbia
niguista Railroad. The followving
She schedule of fares from Winns
o to the different points named, for
t-class, second-class and children's
T Istciass. 2(1 clas. chn~dron,
$ n it a, $4.80 $4.20 $2.70
mnubia, 1.40 1.25 .80
Ry,.75 .65 .45
geway, .50 .40 .26
hiRson's, .25 .25 .25
1\~odwavrd's. .50 .45 .30
:%(kstock, .60 .55 .35
sr r 1.10 .95 .60
ilT-, 1.85 1.60 1.05
~ Mill, 2.15 1.90 1.20
~.rlotte, 2.86 2.60 1,60
lhe price of "Saturday tickets" and
Se-~day tickets remains the samie
ee cents per mile, each way, for the
nermo. and fouru cents perV mile, each
?' , for the latter.
UJTIEs OF Scmioor, TRUs'TEEs.-*-.For
iformnatloln of School Tfrustees
all other persons who feel inter.
d in the proper* and efficient con
t of onr free coinmon schools, we
lish the following section of the
col lawv prescribing the duties and
ers of the Trustees:
EeTION 88. That besides the duties
powvers pres~cribeld in other porI
15 of this Act, time Board of Trus
shall have anthority aind it shall
To provide suitable schools houses
heir districts and~ to make thme same
ftable, paying due regard to any
of hous~e already built, or sitE prd
das wvell as to' all other ci rcum
ces proper to be consiered so as
to promote the educational inter
of their district.
To employ, teachers frony those
em- era nom thei.. C...n..
Doard of Examiners, or of the City
Board of Commissioners of Charles
ton, and to discharge the same when
good and sufficient reasons for so doing
8. To suspend or ,dlsmiss pupils
when thle prop8rity and efficiency of
the'shools make it necessary.
4. To call meetings of the people of
the district for consultation it regard
to the school interests thereof; at
which inectings the chairman or some
other member of the board shall pro
side, if present.
5. To take care of, manage and
control the school property of the dis
6. To visit the free public schoo's
within their district fnom time to time
and to take care that they are con
ducted according to law and with the
RETURN QF THE Rav. Mu. PRESSLY.
-The Rev. Neill Erskine Pressly, the
Missionary of the Associate Reformed
Church to Mexico, arrived at this
place on last Wednesday. It was a
most agreeable surprise to all of his
relatives and friends-none of whom
had the least intimation of his coming
until the arival of the traiu at the
depot. It will be remembered that
more than two years ago Ur. Pressly
was happily united in martlage to
Mrs. It. E. Rosborough, a daughter of
Mr. Henry L. Elliott, one of our most
esteemed fellow-citizens. A few weeks
afterwards the missionary family, con
sisting of Mr. and Mrs. Pressly and
Mary. and Jennie Rosborough, the
daughters of Mrs, Pressly, left for
their future home in Mexico. ]hey
went first to the City of Mexico,
where Mr. Pressly was to prepare
himself for his labors by acquainting
himself with the manners, tho customs
and the language of the country. Af
ter a year sient in the City of MexIco,
he selected Tampico as his field of
labor; and for the last year or more
lie has been devoting his whole time
and energy to the sacred work in
which he was engaged. lie has had
to endure many trials and hardships
besides the great labors that devolved
upon him; but it is hoped that
much has been done towards chris
tianizing and instructing many of the
benighted inhabitants of tile country
around Tampico. Mrs. Presslv re
turned home last October with the
children, and since that time Mr.
Pressly has ocenpied, by invitation,
part of the Consular buildings in
Tampico, with the American Consul,
whose wife also returned to the States.
Thus with the stars and stripes float
ing over him lie would feel perfectly
safe, and more at .home than else
where; while the circumstances in
which they were placed would create
a mutual sympathy between him and
the Consul which would be very pleas
ant to both of theim. Mr. iressly
will remain in this place until next I
week, when he will go to North Caro
Ilina to visit his father and family. He
wvill spend at least six wveeks in this
country before returning to Mexico.
IWe welcome him to his native land,
and hope that hiappliness and success
may ever rest upon him and his famnily.
4OUANO ! GUANOI!
I HAVE the agency ot scvcral standard
brands of Guano. amongst which are
tho Monarch and theo Wilcox & Gibbs
Manipulated. I will also keep a large
supply of Acid Pho -phate. Parties will'
do well to give me a cadl before making
purchases elsewvhere. I will alwvays give
the highest market prie for cottan.
feb 3 -tx2nm R. J1. McCARLEY.
S,'PECIAL inducements to customers
It will pay to examine and price our
stock of Dress Goods) Flannels, Cas
simeres, Jeans, Blankets, and all other
goods, as they will be sold1 cheap. We
ask the attention of the ladies to our
CLOAKA AND DOLAMANS,
which will .be closed out at LOW
CLOTHING AT DOTTOMI FILIUltESI
A small lot of Unarpeting, Which
will be closed out at BA RtGAiNS~
MlcM ASTER, BRICE & KETO iIIN.
ISSOLU'I IO CEOPAR'NERSIIIP
T H4E tcopartnrhlip heretofore existing
L. between the undlesighied and car
riod on 'n the town ot WVmnnsboro, 'o'in -
ty of Fairtield. State of Siouth Carolina,
under the nome anid style of SUG tN.
1kAIMERt &G110E80.UE14 bas been this
day dissolve~d by mutunal consentt, by the
withdrawal of II. 8ugenh~eimer. Trho busi.
ness will-bc continued by J4.seph Groos.
schet, who amsues all liabilities and col
lects all debts (1ue the late tirmi.
11. IUGF.N HEIER,
Jannary 24, 1881..
I respectfully inform the puhlic that I
will colitmue business at th~e old stands
for the next .hirtyr days. At tihe cxpira
tion of that time t will be founil at the
old stand of 8. WVolfo. All persoens in.
debted to the late firm of Sngenh'eimeor &
Groechel ar'o requested to come fo'rard
and settle at onde,. as the business of the
firm must be closed up.
I hereby inform my friends ad ons
tomens that I will hereafter be foun~d at
the ol stand in Gerig's buildig, where
I will oontinuo business.
jan 27 B. mmuENhne w
REMEMBER THE PLACE OF
r. Lahldecker & Bro.
THEY are closing out their entire 2
WINTER DRESS GOODS d
of all descriptions at expeclally low F
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING I I a
To make room for our Spring Goods,
we will close out all Icavy Wool Gar-.
ments, consisting of Suits and Over- D
coats, regardless of their value.
FURNISHING GOODS, V
which we will also close out equally'
A call for inspection is cordially in
vited and satisfaction guaranteed. in
every respect. .
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
A 8 we intend to giVe our attention
F in the fut ure enatirelv to Planta
tion Supplies iand F'ertilizers, we oler
the contenlts of our Dr'v Goods anid
Clothing Store at cost, as' we imgend to
give upl that part of our business.
These G oods must be sold, and for
cash on delivery. Nowv is your titne
Black Cashmeres at New York cost.
Colored Cashmeres at New York s
Black Alpacas at New York cost.
Colored Alpacas at New York cost.
All kinds of Dress Goods at Newv
rimmin11j1g Satins (all shades) at
New York cost.
A full line of Cassimeros at New
Water-proof Cloths at New York
Table Linent tt New York cost.
Napkins at New York cost. C
Doylies at New .York cost.
Towels at Newv York cost.
BUTTONS I BUTTONSi I
Ladies' and Gettia' hiasiery, Under
wear and Gloves all at Necw York '
Iluy' youti Spring and Suimor a
Dresses, .laconects, Swiss, Victoria
Lawns. Lineaca. Cambrids and Edv- r
ings, and Inasertinigs to trim them witi.
All at Now York cost, - .r
We littve no space to enume~rate f'ur
ther. We wtanut to sell ont everything
not usually kept in a Plantation Sups
THilS 1S NO 1lUMflUJ
(tall and pries tvill conivindo you.
And lbe sure and bring the (CASI', as
nlo goods wvill be charged.
P. Elder de Co.
-.laresh Drugs anid Medicines.
1'ikSTOR "IL, Bl'uostone, Borax, Cay f
en cne Po iper, Lactonept'ne, Bath
Sponges, . .ou gny rup's. Scoth'hg 8y ru ps, 12
Bay Ruma, Perfume ry, Clnch6nid ia, Qui.
nine, Tut ts'. Gilder's an I Str'ug's Pills, i
Essence Ginger, Capsiane Plasters.
Onion Sets Proep ared Cocoa, Can'ary e
Seed. Gun P..wder Te'a, Ilyeson Tea, tow
dered Black Pepper, Machine Oil, &o.' Just
McMX8Th1% flRICE & RETCHI.
LUDPEN & BATES'
IIE MUSIC HOUSE OF THE SOUTH I
REMOVAL TO OUR
New Double Store
An Immense Music Temple.
Two large stores, each 30 feet front and
ur stories high, fronting on three streets
kd filled from collar to loft with musical
ipplies. Nothing to compare with it in
n Southern States.
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
6NZ' N MORM TO OCUM,
During Cho tn yearksinoe? otir utb
shment of our house we have developed
Le iausio trade of the South to a von.
rful degree, but as yet we have only be.
in. Wesre, not many years ahead, a
asiness of a million a % ear. and to take
re of this enormous trade we have pro.
ded our present mammoth warernons.
ill trade 1810 will be immense. We are
ady for it. For months our senior part
sr has been at the North contracting
ith Piano and Organ inanufacturers for
istruments. Ile has concluded most
ivantageous contracts. and the Pianos
id Organs ra "coming, coining" 10 -,(00
ore, by every steamer. New Styles. New
rices. 'Now 'terms, New Store, New De
A ure. .
PECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880.
Cash prices with three Months credit.
uring months ef Aiiq Sept. and Oct.
.- will sell Pianos a -d Organs at LOWEST
ASH PnicEs, payable 4,25 Cash on a Ili
,o or $10 Cash on an Organ. with the
lancA in three months, wn1IUOUT INTra
FHAT DO YOU SAY TO THiS OFFER?
Write for Illustrated Caial-goes and
ew Price Lists for Fall 1h60 and pre
are to be astonished.
IJUDDEN & BATES'
Vholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
JUIU i BACK ACE
and all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder
and Urinary Organa by wearing the
Imuproved Excelsior Kidney Pad
It is a marvel for healing and relief.
3IMIPLE, SENSIBLF, DIRIECT, PAIN
It cures u here all else f ails. A Reye
ation and Revolutin in Medicin'e. Aba
orption or direct application, as opposed
a unsatisfactory internal medicines. Send
or our treatise on Kidney troubles, sent
rae. This is the Original and Genuine
idney Pad. Ask for itand takeno other.
At wholestile in Charleston, S. C., by
owie & Molso. Wholesalo Druggists.
old by druggists, or sent by mail, on re
cipt of price, $2. Addi-ess
The "Only" Lung Pad Co.,
.Williams Block, Detroit M ich,
urces by AIJmA. m di'ature's way.
T1UtOAT~ DIRE ARES,
It Drives Into the system ourative
genlts and healingh medicines.
It draWi~s fromn the diseased parts the
oisonq ti~at cause dbath.
Thousands testify to Its virtues.
Vonl ean bo Rlelieved and Cured1
lof't despatir until you have triod this
ensible. Essily A pplied.* anrl R ATDICA L
'Y EFFECTrUAL Rtefredy. Send f.ar teI
menials nnd our book, 'Three Alillions
Yeatr " Sent free
At wholesale in Chared on. 5. (., by
owil. & Moise. Wholesalo IDoggists
Sold by Druggists, or sent by mail on
locipt of ptico. $21. (0 by
.The "Only'' f.ung PdI Co.,
Williniius lock, Detroit, Mich.
.. LL~ person!A Indebted to treo tor
up~plies, Otd.,- are requceted to cme
>rward at ounce nd inake pron~pt
ayments, as I anticipato a chige in
usinessg, oflIerwvise, their accounts
di be handed to a Trial Justice for
ellection.- W, IL PONLY.
-Subscribe to THE NEWS A? D E
LDr-.-.QO0 a year.
SELLING OFF AT COST.
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS
I WILL SELL THE
FORMERLY OWNED BY
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCHEL
AT THE OLD STANDS AT
GERIG'S AND WOLFE'S BUILD.
S~. U]CO ESSO-E. -..
11R1- ali for Oir Honse
0H, YES! 0-1, YES-I
r liH E 1.T ONE MOUN rAIN CORN W iIS
I KEY hns comjo ani.1 in still conin
If you want good % hiskey ant goo.1
Souars, call at
ext door to W. R. Doty & Co. Ho Leeps
the host of everything.'The best Netthan's
Old Cabinet Whi.sk'ey. The best Gihbson'
WVhiskey. The best 'l-en Cents; Soer.
The b'*st Five Conxts Seger. .ind, above
alt th.ings,, the best Dinner for 4" cents
Andi if you comno into town between 1I
and 1 o'clock, and aire hungry, call at
Clendining's for a drinik.'*and lhe will act
up a f ree lunch for you. Clendining
heep a moral an~td a quiet house.
IHiAVE in store a cAr load of' assorted
styles, which I oft'or at bottom figures for
cash or good paper. Call and exammeo
them, whether you wish to bity or hot.
J. H . CUMMINGS.
Opposite Dunlovy & P~ant's,
IIN ne'sine begs leave to Mijy
0o the pulic that he is now run,
ning a fle'st-class Shaving Saloon in
eivery resp)ect. None but come)1Ijtenlt
and expert wor'kmien are emp)l~oyed;
and those'who wvill favoi' us withi t'hell'
lzusti~m are guaairteeti Satisfactioni
H lA IR-CtlTTING
,1Done iln the latest anid neatest style.
Don't forget to calll antd give mel a
trial, (1nd( 1 will lealse vont.
. J. M.'McCA LL;
Opposite Dr. Aiken.i's Drug Stor'e.
it. W PIllLLl'd, .Age'nt, Wrons~
bofo, S.- C. :lec 21-t v
King s Mauritain 3Military School,
YORKV~ILLE, 8. 0.
' HE RECOND) BEMJON of che twenty
'sixth ye.r will begin February tat
and close' June 30th, 1831.
TERMS PER t~i~~ON:i
For BeolEx >enses, 1. e . Board,
'Lultin Vaahliig. Fiook and
Ligts,- - - $100
Surgeon's fee and use~ of beoka, - .0
ForCh'oulars contalning full informa.
ftlan. Annit inOL.h A. COWARD,
SYSTOCK of Furnit tire, whieh willI
)I Yest according to quality, and for d
Itemember that alil my goods are warrant
Furniture elsewhere, then come to the fil
best selectilon and can buy cheaper. Dow
way. Blythewood, Vhite Oak, Woodwat
and Ytul:k. This is a recommidatioi of
A new supply of Window Shades. Wal
Frauies, Chromios, fHat Racks, and Book -
The largest supply of Tinl Chamber Set
ber Snits. Call and see them. A new 91
any. Din't Buy at Machine inerely becau
it ind likes it. 'Remember that. m'oist of t
pifred have but little merit. Tihe one v
time and vexation, is noiseless, rui,
It. Remember the (old Medal was awar
over eighty cOim pelitors. I cl refer y:o1
al ways given ent ire satisfaction. Remti
Sash Flactory. All orders entrusted to m
the lowest pric-es. Furniture neatly repal
p repared to make to order. Lumher and
ing McIhine Needles and uattahments am
mue. Don't fiail to call beiifre purchasing i
* LUGANT IN FINIIK,
ANDL IN FAC'
Tho Oily Perfect Ma:hino MbA,
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
14o. to Gouth Calvert Streot,
ClnOf & (ll1r.
W~ E havei' bought largely this seai
sonl and1 imna.t have anonmey to
eleour bills. We, theci.for'e ofl'er
to ea~h puarchaser's. Those wh'o come
eaurly wti Iiecure IIhe choice4 of articles.
WVe respIxetfuIlly regn aest thmosc wvho
)we 1 us) tocoinet forward and1( par~ up.I
'We he'lped thlem~ ini t helieed anit~l tt
year has closed anid all accounts should
All who have jobs in oum*r shop of
Watches, ('locks and Jewelry, should
call zuial gel thetuc, and save the saume
,j haenowv in store tlie la ges
and hic wil beoispsedof at low
. DiihAiery od y
Sadd!es, Ilarness, Rled Leather,
Harness Leathber &c:
KWe are not givento"LWN ,
but, enn f ruthiully thy we are offer
ing solid bargains, and will be glad
to s00 yon.
U. G. bN~SPORTES.
T1 IIE PE PLE'S
'r il IIS is an b'ssociationi oftbusiniess men,
.1 whlo, for Lh'ir 'inttual prorbc'ione,
cont ribn:e tov ardsa a fand; so a
in Case of decathi their ioan Ii'es may re
--'~ -teromu $2. I 0 fa $5,ee , according to
*ci !I0hIof eer ficate. Th'lis is OneO of the
'ext yhtoki of hale irn nonce. oit pay as
y'ott g, jusrt like tire iemurance, andi with'
mi ro coni v'enienco ev--n, as you payh
smail1 ins'gehnent, during the year.,
refer '0 thos besit atinainlted with .d
eiz emberm in F.t.irlield: (. 1'.Mo
-aster', Jan:. A Blrie', Joo 13. Davis, D;
R1. Fkrl~eni, . F1 genheimer, 3. W,
AleCreigf-t. Jiui. J1. Ne Thomas Ii. Johai.
sort. J. Clenining, 1f4 B JHan~aban, Rf.
Me@anro Davis, .ls 4~ Davis. An, oneo
that shonld lkco to become a memnlrt wifl
apily to G, 0, lIACOT,
oat. 2 A gent.
-. ONION SE~TN.
REn Grde'nfSeed and Onioud Sets;
MoMA TSR, BRICE & ~bfA
>e the Jar est, handsomest and cleap
esign amtf workmanship unequaled,
ed to be as represented. Price your
S-class store where vott will have the
in mind that I ship 'goods td Ridge
d's, Blackstock, and as far as Chestor
t he quality and price of my goods.
1 Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Ploture
0h6ives, cheaper than the cheapest.
4, made to match Cottage and Cham
ipply of Seing Machines as good as
se your mother or your neighbor has
he machines that are most largely
u Want is the on1e that will save vouw
light and will last a long time. I havo
ded to one of the Machines I re resent
to nany that are usig it, and it has
ber that I am agent for a Door and
e ill have prompt. attention and at
red at moderate prices. I am also,
Shingles for sale at small profits. Sew
I parts of Machines can he had tirough
Blsewhere. Rt. WV. PHILLIPS.
Atroants for B3 A ZY'.l P /Vi'rn W-.m
F Vew Crop NEW ORLEANS
IOLASSES, best in the market, arid
;yrups of all grades.
A fin'e assortment of
Also; a good quality of OAT MEAL3
nt fiye poun d packages
GIVE~ ME A CALL.
3). B. FLENNIKK.
FRESH 11R10 ERIES1
Q UG AJRI, assorted, b'offdces, Nio;
Lagnarra and Old Gov. Java.
Rbi ad Old .Gov'. Javat Roisted;
Feats, Black, Impe)rial, Gunpowder
Lad Young Ilyson.
Peai's, .Peaches, Pnetyples. do.
natoes; Salmon, Corned 1Jeef, Deviledi
[lum and T1urkey, Sardine4, &c.
Macaronti anmd Cheese, Ginirer Pie
ehoes, Pini Iead Oat Meal, Cooper
;elatinte, Mustard, tllack Pecpper anid
Baldy li6 Catsup, (Cross & N~ack
vell'd( i')ow Chow, Emipire . Chow
flow, Assor'ted Pickles, Lea & Ir
inl's Worcestershire Sauce.
J. F. McMASTEB & (JO.
?DOLAUMNI A TioTEL.
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