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iOWN AND COUNTY.
teUnsDAY, robruary 10. i 1: 1681.
TxmRs or Tim NEwo AND HERALD.
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RAILROAD SCIIEDUIm.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 11.40 a. in.;
south-bound, 5.15 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 8.38 a. in.; south-bound, 12.67
p. in. These arrivals are on the basis
of Winnsboro time.
Spring Goods-J. L. Mimnaugh.
Masonic Mecting-Geo. B. McCants,
The stock of Messrs. Sugenheimer
& Grooscliel is being sold off at very
low figures. Go and examine the
Don't forget ie Bergers' entertain
ment on Saturday night. It will be
well worth attending. Tl.kets may
be procured from Mr. A. P. Miller,
No. 2 Bank Range.
We have received the first number
of the Williamsburg Herald, pub
lished at Kingstree by Mr. H. S. Cunl
ningham. It is neatly printed, and
bids fair to be a successful newspaper.
We wish it all prosperity.
Information was received on Tues
day afternoon of the death. of Dr. J.
k 13. Withers, of Yorkville, a ly'other of
Capt. I. N. Withers, of this place. Dr.
Withers had been in bad health for
some time, and his death was not un
Mr. John L. Mimnaugh, of the Au
gusta Store, announces that he wishes,
for the iext thirty days, to clear off
his present stock of winter goods, in
or1-der- to make room for his spring sup
ply. lie will. sell the goods now in
stor-e velr low prices.
We leirn tin the Grand Prociuet
T Aduoneradyin will akoe resign
froml 0he P.1'. Unfi )1 atthe nlext mee.(t
img st tt ce o Mr. give the Whole of
hi atntioda to the autery busnless.
H ' zCis I fllow i-mems the wrl shia n
hic, byo Mrs. in his naew ndrMaisses
areKvey apprehens ie at ha ilnot.
- maFlnke andecs in thanhn . Iti
e imae preain will be present At
onria ivigats etededual her
The fropsoin the he Larognrame
MuibyMs SPRIN . F bac t andTMisseg
Kitoy iol d to e frBusanan
Rentueto-Mespsrs on you ObatieW.ce
aganin Sine our W.lant n Itui
hopied seveal hhave appent
Ad todstl tae good wilr beopeseon. TA
c aodia ndato som oxenet the koigoe
The havohps l the Lwet and coerl
Gahunw waRn, withuary 9-Tinkany
youtt aoud qulity. hea hams, be
entue tas tospassto ton, evenceit
agin. emnce wao. Tast plcouns
latiop eranlofr tinconveqhapene
ofed nfamorobles empo.Threncs
seain hel ayfall oatd planted, andt ao
numbers f dyoun farepl have e
busy soing. Cottgon workgs aboTe
matimia fver d o reembe to haven.
seegiotto nd somlae ofethe pkedn as i
saytecrs as not comled f n
Wte "mill has nolth rwneot an cord
wetheor any ofwanihbors asfa ay
weuatie hadquy. It isaabeenha
allte arrtas toego toton even wth
tons andt naon frmThe cuntry' rads
thoug tnahobe contioteswett
T* own tove. u vr itl am
Wenus oprtnl ou far, th cosence
vii eof the unloralwhr adheraes
Ohcarce "cuss-wlorsan," loud aor
deep Oasthfe otsarer hav oe ae
bspy deighte Cotthe newlu wsabou
orWe not willall be r to have
S e se coton iot, b eng hike as it
tas begien toi gy eadywo sot
an he weathr has bgrud sou bad ta
iet wilob an o our neoghaorsasareas
woetehd. te It of rmarab. hw
ever the inento dor mae besm he n
ntonst tn on romeei the Legisy a
towtr-or te lne
WMr muos tl. youchaon thefecla
iisoetig o Yuri foralith wuldax
reie a sever o esekious;wert to
argsitoed os thatold-aw ndowates.
simplwy toelgte wll. ene wy
Wi~e hinklt,.o will slle ioht ihe wce
ly good. Tuo armers all agree thal
we will lave a good crop year, and
contemplate a good time aboad.
As we have moved ftom Cedar Creok
we will subscribe ourself
A regular communication of Winns
: boro Lodge, No. 11, A. F. M., wil
be held at Masonic Hall this (Thursday
evening, at 7j o'clook.
0. B. MoCANTS,
fob 10-ti Secretary.
I HAVE the agency of several standar
brands of Guano, amongst which aro
the Monarch and the Wilcox & Gibbi
Manipulated. I will also keep a lar4
suppay of Acid Pho phate. Parties wil
do well to give me a call before makint
purchases elsewhere. I will always giv<
the highest market price for cotton.
feb 8-tx2m R. J. McCARLEY.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH
THEIR NEV COMPANY.
The. most attractive and meritorious on
tertainment in America.
15 STAR ARTISTS. 15
Embracing the following pre-expinent
Mn. CHAS. W. BREWSTER,
The world's Great Ventriloquial Humor
ist, with the funniest family of wood.
en-beaded Manikins on Earth,
Miss ETTA MORGAN,.
The Renowned and First Lady Saxophone
Soloist in the World.
America's Greatest Comio Vocalist and
Miss MARION BOWEN,
Humorous, Drainatio and Dialect Elocu
Miss CORA FERRIS,
The Accomplished and Pleasing Mezzo
Mn. A. M. HOLBROOK,
The eminent Cornet Virtuoso, whose won
derful performanoei have gained him
a reputation second to none.
A Full Military Brass Band in Gorgeous
and Expensive British Military Uniforms,
'under the leadership of Prof. J. H1. SUL
LIVAN, of New York, in Grand Parade,
on day of exhibition.
Tickets of Admission, 75 and 50~cents.
Reserved seats without exlra charge at
A. P. Miller's, in Ladd Enmilling. Doome
open at 7 o'clock. The Bergors at 8.
T Efirm of Desportes & Monts is this
L day finally dissolved by limitation,
The accounts nyain.t. the con(eorn must
be presented irnmediattely and oLbase in
de;h'.-1 q.r - quetol m aik promit sct.
Hement. Mr. U. G. Desytartcs is auth-or
to r-'c1ipt, ! r the ..1.0'
INS URE YOUR F'ROPE~RTY,
T HE following-named good companict
..are rep~resentedl by thu undersigned:
The Liverpool. London & Globe. the Un.
derwriters', t'he Germania, the Manhattan,
the Wattertown, the Petersburg 8avings
Company, the Niagara.
The rates on dwellings arc un prece
dently low. Office at Messrs. J. F. Mo.
Master & Co.'s. 0. R. THOMPSON.
OFFxoE oP CouNTY TREASUnER,
WINNKBono. S. C., January 21, 1881.
A CTING under instructions from hc
. C'omptroller General, I hereby give
notice that all parties owning or havin
an interest in lands now on the list of de
linquient lands, or itf any lands heretofort
forfeited to the State for the non-paymeni
of taxes, and which have not been sold
for taxes or reclaimed, except such landu
as were forfeited prior to X878.-79, mnay
be redeemed on the payment of the taxet
which may be due and unpaid thereon
with cosits, but without penalties: Pro.
vided, said payment shall be made on ci
before the 31st day of May, 1881, as pro.
vided for in the Act of the.General As.
semibly, approved December 24, 1880.
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
jan 22-xm County Treasurer.
THE PE( )PLE'S
RELIEF ASSOCIATI ON.
T pHIS is an issoointion of business men,
whfor their mutual protection,
contribute towards a fund, so au
in ease of death, their families may ro.
ceive from $2,000 to $5,000), according t<
amount of certificate. . This is one or the
best plans of life inauIbnce. You pay a'
you go. just like fIre insurance, andA witl:
more convenience even, as you pay by
small instalments during the year. Wa
refer to those best acquainted with us
viz : members in Fairfield: G. H. Mo
Master, Jas. A. Briee, Jno B. Davis, D
R. Fienniken, B. Sugenheimer, J. W
Mo~reight. Jno. J7. Neil, Thomas L. John
son, J. Clendining, R. B. Hanahan, R
Means Davis, Jas. Q. Davis. Any on
that should like to become a member wil
apply to 0, C. BACOT,
ont 2 Agent.
"d+ NWt CH ARL.E*.$1,
bor'o, 8. 0. ilec 2l-ly'
Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
(148TORt '"If, Bliuostone. Borax, Cay
k) ennme Popper, Laetoaeptine, BatI
Sponges, ough Syrups. SoothIng Syru u
Blay Rum, Porr nmery. Cinohonidia, Qul
nine. Tutts', Gilder's an 8tr..ng's Pills
Esene Ginger, Capsino Plasters.
IOnlon 8et., Prepared Cocoa. r'anar
I eed. Gun P ,wder T'ea, Hyson Tea, v ow.
dered Black Pepper, Machino Oil, &c. Jusi
n uov 20
lurrahfor Or iloiso
OH, YES ! OH, YES I
T HE STONE MOUNTAIN CORN Wis.
KEY has come and is still coming.
If you want good .Vhiskey and good
Segars, call at
CLENDINING'S 110 USE,
next aoor to W. R. Doty & Co. He kee p
the beat of everything. 'rho best Natharnis
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The best Gibson's
Whiskey. The best Ten Cents Sogar.
The best Five Cents Segar. And, above
all things, the best Dinner for 40 conts.
And if you come into town between 1
and 1 o'clock, and are hungry, call at
Clendining's for a drink, and ho will set
up a free lunch for you. Clendining
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARfTNERSIP.
T HE copartnership horetofore existing
botwoen the undersigned and car
ried on in the town of Winnsboro, Joun
ty of Fairfiold, State of South Carolina,
under the name and style of SUGEN
HEIMER & GROESCIHELi, has boon this
day dissolved by mutual consent, by tho
withdrawal of B. Sugenheiner. The busi.
ness will be continued by Joseph Groes.
schel, who assunes all liabilities and col-.
lects all debti cue the lato firm.
January 24, 1881.
I respectfully inform the public that I
will continue business at the old stands
for the next thirty days. At the expira
tion of that timo I will be found at the
old stand of S. Wolfe. All porsons in
debted to the late firn of Sngonheimer &
Groeschel are requested to come forward
and settle at once, its the business of the
firm must be closed up.
I hereby inform my friends and ous
tomers that I will- hereafter be found at
the old stand in Gerig's building, where
I will continue busine.i.
jan 27 B. SUGENHEIMER.
OF New Crop NEV ORLEANS
MOLASSES, best in (lie markel, and
syrups of all grades.
A flie assortiment of
Also, a good quality of OATI MEAL,
in five pound packages
GIVE ME A CALL
W E hae bonht largelythssa
seteour bills. We therefore oaffer
SPECIAL BAR GAINS
to cash purchasers. Those who como
cargi will secure the choice of articles.
ow0s come fowd adpa p
pet them to hellp us in ours. The old1
year has closed and all acconts should
All who have jobs in our shop etr
Watches, Clocks anid Jewelry, should
call and get them, and save the same
I-Subscribe to Trns NEWS ANiD
Sale aind Feed Stablos,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
-A 8 1880 hias passed away, I aml
A thankful for the past favor8 be
stowedl onl me by my customers of
Chester, Lancaster and Fairtleld coun
ties2 and must say that I have col
lected exceedingly well, notwithstan(d
ing the dry season and short crops. I
nAV invite them to come, and I will
MULES AND HORSErS
on time until fall, upon their making
me good papers. I also invite uasi
buyers, as I cnn sell to them as low as
the lowest for Cash.
I DEFY COMPETITION.
FRESH GROCERIES i
UGARS, assorted. Cofil-es, Rio,
La unr1111 an(d Old Gov. Java.
Rio ana Old Gov. Java Roasted.
TIeas, Black, inperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pinef.pples. To
matoes, Salmon, Corned Beef, 1)eviled
man nid Turkey, Sardinee, &c.
IMncaronii and Cheese, Gingxer Pre
serves, Pin Head Oat. Meal, Coopei
Gelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper and
Baldwiu Catsup, Cross & Black
woll's (ow1v Chow, Empire Chow
Chow, Assor-ted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Worcestershire Sauce.
J. F McMASTER. & (O.
SELIG OFF A T COST,
FOR THLE NEXT TIRTY DAY!
I WILL SELL THlE
FORMERLY OWNED BY
St1GENHIEE & GQOHEI
AT THlE OLD STANDS AT
GEIiG'S AND WOLFE'S BUILD
cr. I~tLO~ElsOI-i H. L
S UCCESS OR.
17E have now in store tihe Jarges
VTstock ever purchased b~y us8
and whIich will be disposed of at lou
Shoes, Groceries. Bridles.
Saddles, Harness, Red Leather,
Harness Leatheor &c.
Wp'not given to "LOWING,'
but e Wtruthfully say we are offer
ing solid bargains, and wvill be glad
to see you.
UT. G. DESPORLTES,
LUDPEN & BATES
TIE MUSIC H 1OUSE OF 'l'E SOUTH
REMOVAL TO OUR
New Doable Store
An Inmense Music T1jemple.
Two largestores, each 30 feet front. anc
four stories high, fronting on three street
and filled from cellar to loft with musica
sup1)plies. Not hing to comparo with it it
the Southern States.
A BIG'STOt E,
A BIG STOCK,
A RIG TRADE,
A.*a1g 1ac tt n years since our estib
lishment of our house we have developed
the mus111810 tr'ad, of the South to a won.
derful degree, but as yet we have only be
I gun. We seo, not man.y yars ahead, i
busness of a million a ear, and to take
care of this enormous trade we have pro.
vided our present inaminoth warorooms.
Fall trade 188t will be immense. We arc
ready for it.. For months our senior part
nor has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
imstruments. Io has concluded most
advantageous contracts, and the Pianos
and Organs aro "coming, coming" 100,00[
more, by every steamer. Nom Styles, Now
Prices, Now Terms, New Storo, Now Do,
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880
Cash prices with three Months credit..
During months of Aug" Sept. and Oct
we will sell Pianos ari d Organs at LowEs'
CAsH Pium-s, payable t25 Cash on a Pi
ano or $11) Cash on an Organ, with the
balanco in three months, wrruouT INTE
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFER'
Writo for Illustrated Ctwalogoes ani
New Prie Lists for Fall 160 and pro
pare to bo astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers
CUR~E i BAOTK A I
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladde
anid Urinary Organa by wearing the
Imipr'ovedl Ex celsior K idney Pad
It is a marvel for heading and relief.
SIMPLE, RENSIBLE, DIRECT, PAII9
It; cures n hero nil else t ails. A Reye
lt10n~i and ReCvolution1 in Medicino. Al:
sorption er dlirect appllication, as oppose,
to unsatisfactory internal medicines. Son'
for our treatise on Kidney troubles, sen
free. This is the Original and Genuin
Kidney Padl. Ask for it and take no othet
At wholesale in Charleston, S. C., b
Dowie & Molse, Wholesale Druggists.
Sold by dlruggists, or sent, by mail, on re
ceipt of prico, $2. Address
The "Only'' Lullg Pad Co.,
Williams Bl1ook .DetroitV Mioh.
LUtG, PAD '
Cures6 by AIbO?smi Up tNature's wa:
ALL LN IESS
It DrIves into0 the system ourathi
agents and healing medicinecs.
It draws fr'om the diseased parts (1:
poisons that causme death.
Thlousainde tostify to its virtuos,
You can be Relieyed and Curecd.
Don't des pair until you have tried th:
Sensible, Easily Applied and RADICAl
LY EFFECTUAL Remedy. Send for te,
timnonials and our book, "'Three Millior
a Year." Sent freo
At wholesale in Charleiton, S. 0., b)
Dowie & Moise, Wholesale Dr'mggists
Sold by Druggists, or sent by mail o
receipt of price, $2. it, b~y
The1l "Only" Lunfg Pad Co.,
Williams Illock, Detroit, Micb.
r - III undersigned begs leave to sat
P to the pulic fthat he Is now rt
ning a fir'st-class Shavtng Saloon
eJvery resp)et. None but comnpeter1
an Cxpert' wVorkmen~I t1 are ep loyed
and those whor wvill favor us with t'hei
ettstom are guaran teed satisfaction
D~one In thme latesot and neatest style
Don't forget to call and give me
ti a!, anid I will please you.
J1. M. McCA LL,
Opposite Di'. Aikeni's Drutg Stole.
RESHT Garden Seed aind Onion Soti
.Mc.MASTER, BRICE & KETOUIN.
M Y STOCK of Furniture, which w
est according to quality, and fo
Remember tlint all my goods are warr
Furniture elsewlhere, then come to th<
best selection and can buy cheaper. I
way. Blythevood, White Oak, Woody
and York. This is a recommendation
A new supply of Window Shades, '
I Frames, Chronios, Hat IRacks, and Boc
The largest supply of Tin Chamber I
ber Suits. Call and see them. A new
anv. Don't Buy a Machine merely be(
it and likes it. Remember that most 4
pufyed have but. little merit. The one
time and vexation is noiseless, rt
it. Remember the Gold Medal was av
over eighty competitors. I can refer i
always given entire satisfaction. Rei
Sashi Factory. All orders entrusited t
the lowest prkes. Furniture neatly re
prepared to make to order. Lumber i
img Machine Needles and attachments i
inc. I)on't fail to call before purchasih
-ELEGANT IN FINIIEK,
AND IN FACr
The Only Perfect Mache Nule
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
No.!2', South Calvert Street,
REMEMBER TIlE PLACE OF
P. Lalllcker & Bro.
TIIEY are closing out their entir<
WINTER~ DBESE GOODS
of all descriptions at expecially lou
CLOT HING I CLOT HING I!!
To make rootum for ourt Spring Goods
we will close out all Ihcavy Wool Gar
ments, consisting of Suits and Over
coats, regardless of their value.
which we will also close out oqttalla
s A call for inspection is cordially in
Y vited and satisfaction guaranteed Ir
P. LANDECKER &BRO.
.. Jan 16
THAVE ini store a oar load of assoted
Sstyles, which I offer at bottom figures foi
cash or good paper. Call sad examuirn
thoem, whether you wish to buy or trot.
J. II. OCUMINGS.
Opposito Dunl.vy & n',
ill be the lI , handsomest and cheap
r design an workmanship unequaled.
%nted to be as represented. Price your
i first-class store where you will have the
lear in mind that I Ship goods to Ridge
tard's, Blackstock, and as far as Chester
of the quality and price of my goods.
rall Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
k Shelves, cheaper than the cheapest.
sets, made to match Cottage and Chan
supply of Sewing Machines as good as
-ause your mother or your neighbor has
>f the machines that are most largely
you want is the 0110 that will save you
ins light and will last a long time. I have
'ardcd to one of the Machines I rep resent
'on to many that are ushig it, and it has
tember that I am agent for a Door and
>m1e will have prompt attention and at,
paired at moderate prices. I am also
Id Shiigles for sale at small profits. Sew
md parts of Machines can be had thriough
ig elsewhere. R. W. PILLIPS.
Agents for13 A ?,\ A 9
A S we intend to give our attention
in the future entirely to Planlta.
tion Supplies and Fertilizers, we ofier
the contents of our Dry Goods aid
Clothing Store at cost, as we intend to
ive up that part of our business.
'hese Goods must be sold, and for
cash on delivery. Now is your time
Black Cashmeros at, New York cost.
Colored Cashmeres at New York '
Black Alpacas at New York cost.
Colorcd Alpacas at Now York cost.
All kinds of Dress Goods at Now
Trimmiing Satins (all shades) at
Now York cost.
~A full line of Cassimneres at New
Water-proof Cloths at New York
Table Linen at New York cost.
Napkins at New York coat.
Doylles at Now York cost.
Towels at New York cost.
BUTTONS I BUTTONSlI
Ladics' and Gents' ilosiery, Undere
'wear and Gloves; all at New York
Buty yotir Spring and Summet'
Dresses, Jaconmets, Swiss, Victoria
Lawns, Linens, Cambrics and Edg..
jngs, and~ Insertinlgs to trim them with.
All at Newv York cost.
We have no space to enumerate fur.
thor. We want to sell out everything
not usually kept in a Plantation Sup.
T18 18 NO El UMBUG.
Call and prices will convince 70ou.
And be sure and bring the CASU, as
no goods wvill be charged.
F. F.lder a Co.
A tt pesn luebtod to meo tot
siupplies, etc., are reqttosted to come
forward at 0once and make prorpt
payments, as I anticipate a change in
busineoss, otherwise, their accolants
will be banded to a Trial Jutstice fob
collection. W. 1. DONLY.
NtO. 8 LAWV RANGE