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roWN AND COUNTY
SATUIIDAY, February 12, : : 1 1881
TERts OF THE NEwS AND HERALD
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W. misboro. S.C.,
R.mILoI).XD B SeH EI)ULE.-The trains
n1ow pass Winnsbora as follows:
North-bound passonger, 11.40 a. in.
south-bounid, 5.15 p. m.; north-bound
freight, 8.88 a. im.; south-bound, 12.57
p. mi. These arrivals are oni the basis
ol' Winnsboro time.
Seeds-W. 11. Donly.
The Celebrated Hlostetter Bitters
F. W. [iabenicht.
RATES TO WASilINGiToN.-The Asso
ciated Railroad Lines, through Mr. A.
Pope, G eneral Ticket Agent, announce
that they will offer special rates to per
sons wishing to attend the inaugura
tion of President-elect Garfleld. The
plie of tickets from Columbia is-for
civilians. $19; for soldiers in uniform,
$15 These ickets will be on sale
ifrom the secQnd of March, and will be
good to return till the twcnt% -second.
INOENDI)ARY Fin.-Andy Brown, a
hardv-working colored mnan, a tenant on
Col. Jno. L. Black's place, had his
corn house fired by an incendiary on
the night of Friday before last. His
loss is about one hundred bushels of
corn and one thousand pounds of fod
der. The design was to burn him. out
e ntirely, and destroy two very valuable
mules, his own property. The nuies
were in a stable only twenty feet from
the corn house, which was within
twenty feet of his cotton-seed house
containing two or three hundred bush
els of cotton-seed and a bale of un
ginmed cotton. the building burnt
was within fifty feet of his dwelling.
The wind was towards the other build
ings. The mules were saved with
nmuch trouble, and by the timely arriv
} al of aid the corn house was pulled
down while burning, thus saving the
other buildinis. Andy Is not of the
color Hobbs would arrest, so some of
his acomplicCs "burn him out." One
/of Hobbs' friends, who has served one
~'term in the penitentiary, say~s AndIy
shall iiot thrive, in this he is mistak
en. Andy is out of debt and has some
Sthing to his credit left to go onl.
a," Transfers of Real Estate.
~Since our last rep~ort the following
Y4transfers of real estate have beeni en
tered in the office of the county audi
F Lebruary 22, 1881. Thos. B. Mad
deni to Jamnes N. Center, 2 acres ini
Winnsboro; considleratioin $500.
S January 24, 1881. Nancy K. Rlabb
to Alex. Browvn, 165 acres in town
ship no. 11 or 13; consideration $990.
January 25, 1881. W. HI. Kerr,
SClerk, to H. A. Gaillard, four lots in
township no. 14; consideration $2690.
Jauary 25, 1881. WV. 11. Kerr,
Clerk, to J. 0. Bong, one lot in town
ship no. 14; consideration $70.
January 26, 1881. WV. HI. Kerr,
SClerk, to Wmn. A. Clarke, 200 acres in
~,townshiip no. 8; consideration $4120.
,January 26, 1881. Wmi. P. Clyde
et al. to C. & 0. R1. R., railroad in
FaI iri tkle coiunaty; consideration $2,
.1 ana G. 1881 . JTohni B. Cloud
& i G. ~ry,35 acres ini townuship
n1'. 4: conll'ideratjti 2500 pounds lint
cot toi and $3.5.
Janary' 26, 1881. D. D. Fenly lo
Jotel P. Fenly, 480 acres; considera
/"X Jauiary 28, 1881. David WVeir to
?V:Nauicy E. D)ove, 111 acres in towvnship
no. 2; consideration $766.
January 16, 1881. Dorcas V. Banke
to Samuel Weir, 78 acres in towinship
no. 2; consideration $860.
Jan uary 28, 1881. Nancy E. Dove
to Samuel Weir, 68 acres in township
no. 2; cotisideration $189.
' Janunary 28, 1881. David Weir to
SWim. J. L. Weir, 34 acres in tow nshiip
no. 2; consideration $235.
Januay 28,1881 Ma. R . oto
to W.r 28B8.51. Sinonton adMr .Rd
dy, interest n12aceintownship
no. 1; cotnsideration $2000.
January 29, 1881. Susan JT. Hi1l1 to
J.'M. Mc~rorey, interest in 609 acres
in towvnships nos. 8 and 11; cOnsder~a.
- January 29, 1881. James Turner tc
George W. Coleman, 154 acres li
township no. 1; consideration $180.
January 29, 1881. WV. HI. Kerr,
Clerk, to H1. A. Gaillard, 176 acres iis
township no. 8; consideration $700.
-p February 1, 1881. John D. McCar
ley03, Sheriff, to J. HI. Rion,,as attorney
4672 acres in township no. 10; consid
February 1, 1881. A. J. Hailtoa
to John 8. Douglass, 250 acres ii
township no. 2; consideratin $1700.
February 8, 1881. 0. 8. Brice t<
R. G. Simonton, 527 acres ln townshl
no. 2; consIderation $6000.
February 8, 1881. G. LH. McMastei
to Anne HI. Beaty, one acre in town
ship no. 14; considerationi $100.
* February 7, 1881. Eliza Johnston tA
Wmn. Rosborough, 128 acres in town
ab ,nn. 4; .cnsiatnIon $900.
to W. A. Clarke, 100 aores in townshlip
no. 9; consideration $300.
February 7, 1881. R. 1). Boulwaro
to Mrs. Eliza Kennedy, 39 aures in
township no. 6; consideration $68.50.
February 7, 1881. Hattle E. Cole
man to Henry C. Coleman, 120 acres
In township no. 1; consideration $600.
February 7, 1881. C. E. Bookhart
to Minor T. Douglass, 3 acres in town
ship no. 8; consideration $80.
February 7, 1881. J. D. Staunton
to Nancy A. Ragsdale, 100 acreq in
township no. 11; consideration $503.
February 7, 1881. J. W. Raines to
Jack Broom, 02 acres; consideration
February 7,1881. Mary C. McKins
try to W. A. Clarke, 147 acres in
township no. 9; no consideration.
February 10, 1881. W. H. Kerr,
Clerk, to J. C. Brice, 120 acres in
township no. 1; consideration $960.
February 10, 1881. W. 11. Kerr,
Clerk, to Annie B. Taylor, 322 acres
in townships nos. 12 and 14; considort
February 10, 1881. W. H1. Kerr,
Clerk, to W. A. Clarke, 326 acres in
township no. 6; consideration $500.
February 10, 1881. W. H. Kerr,
Clerk, to Jas. 11. Rion, one lot in town
ship no. 14; consideration $15.
February 10, 1881. W. 11. Kerr,
Clerk, to H. N. Obear, two lots in
township no. 14; consideration $40.
January 10, 1881. R. H1. Jennings
and C. E.' Leitner to Robt. C. Gooding
and T. K. Elliott, 888 acres in town
ship no. 9; consideratioei $3800.
February 10, 1881. Howell Ed
munds to Bessie L. Sweat man. 30 acres
in township no. 8; consideration $200.
Febrnary 10, 1881. Bessie L. Sweat
man to T. Ellison Cloud, 30 acres in
township no. 8; consideration $75.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH.
'HEI.E NEW COMPANY.
The most attractive and meritorious en
tertainment in America.
'15 STAR A1RTISTS. 15
Embracing the toiliwing prt-eminent
Mn. CHL.A; W. BW EWSTER.
The wor)bl's Great VentrLoq ial Hnmoir
ipt, with t! e funniest hml v of wood.
en-headed Manikins on Earth.
Miss ETTA MORGAN,
The Renov-nd and First Lady Saxophone
Soloist in the World.
America's Greatest Comic Vocalist and
Mbs- \1ARIO..i BOWEN.
umiorous, Draa.itic and Dia'ect ''l*cu
Miss CORA FERRIS,
The Accomplished and1 Pleasing M' zzo
Mn. A. M. !IOLBR OOK,
The emiinent Cornet Virinoso, wvhosec won
derful performvances have gained him
a reputation second1 to none.
A Full Military Bras.' Band in Gorgeous
and Expensive British Military Uniforms,
under the leadership of Prof. J. H. SUL
LIVAN, of New York, in Grand Parade,
on day of exhibition.
Tickets of AdmissIon, 75 and 50 cents.
Reserved seats without extra charge at
A. P. Miller's, in Ladd Building. Doors
open at 7 o'clock. The Blergers at 8.
J UST received, a large lot of choice
Garden Seeds of all kinds.
Seed and eatingr Irish rotatoes of
the choicest kinads. Choice Family
Groceries arriving daily. I have on
hand a large lot of best quality Sole
Leather, which will be sold at low
I am paying highest prices for Dry
Rides. Give me a call.
W.TI . DONLY,
feb 12 On the Corner.
COlliOf & lialfrs.
WE have bought largely this sea
Wson unad must. have money to
settle our bills. We therefore offer
to cash purchasers. Those who come
early will secure the <,hoice of articles.
We respectfully request those who
owe us to conme tforward andl pay up.
We helped them in their need ai ex
pect them to hellp us In ours. Thle old
year has closed and all accounts should
All who have jobs in our shop of
W~atches, Clocks and Jewvelry, should
call and get them, and save the same
r HEfirmof Desportes & Monts is this
dayJ finally dissolved by limitation,
The accounts against the concern must,
be presented immediately and those In
dlebted are requested to make prompt s6t
thoement. Mr. U. G*. Desportes is author
iz~ed to reeoipt for the same.
U. G. DESPORTE,
J. 1R. MON Th.
Janua7e 1. 1881.
F. W. IABENICOT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
F. W. HALBENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICIIT'S.
F. W. HADENIc$HT'S.
F W. HABENICIT'S.
F. W. HABFNICH1'S.
OH, YES! OH, YES!
T HE ST ONE MOUNTAIN CORN W HIS
.KEY has comoe and is still comning.
If you want good Whiskey and good
Sogars, call at
next door to W. RI. Doty & Co. He keeps
the best of everything. The best Nathan's
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The best Gibson's
Whiskey. The best Ten Cents Segar.
The best Five Cents Regar. And, above
all things, the best Dinner for 40 oente.
And if you come into town between 11
and 1 o'clock, and are hungry, call at
Clon dining's for a drink, and be will set
up a free lunch far you. Clendining
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
DISSOLUTION OF COPA.RTNERSHIIP.
T HE copartnership heretofore existing
betwveen the 'undersigned and car
ried on in the town of Winnsboro, Coun
ty of Fairfield, State of South Carolina,
under the name and style of SUGisN
HIEIMER & GROESClEI2, has been this
day dissolved by miutual consent, by the
withdlrawval of B. Saigenheimer. The busi.
ness will be continued by Joseph Grocs
schel, who assumes all liabilities and col
lects all debts clue the late firm.
. SUGENH EIMER,
January 24, 1881.
I respectffylly mnform the public that I
will continue business at the old stands
for the next thlirtyv days. At the exp'ra
tion of that timue I will be found at Ihe
old stand of 8. WVolfe. All persdns in..
debted to the late firm of Sngenhimnr &
Groeschel are requested to conmo forward
andl settle at once, as the business of tho
firm must be closed up.
I hereby inform my friends and cus
tomers that 1 will hereafter 1)0 found at
ti old stand in Gerig's building, whe
1 wvill continue businoss.
jan 27 B. SUGENBEIMER.
GUANO ! GUANO !!
I HAVE the agency at several standard
brandls or Guano. amongst which arc
the Moniarch and the Wdcox & Gibbs
Manipulated. I will also keep a large
isuppay ot Acid Phmo phate. Parties will
do well to give me a ca I before making
p~urcels~ elsewhere. I wili always give
the highest market price for cotton.
feb 3 -jx2ma R. J. MctARLLEY.
OFFicE OF COUNTY TiEM Unsn
Wazsanono. S. ( ., -lanmnary 21, 1881.
ACTING undeor instructions from ahe
.-.Comptroller General, 1 hereby give
notice that all parties owvning or having
an interest in lands now on the list of do
lin quient lands, or in any lands heretofore
forfeited to the State for the non.-paymenit
of taxes, and which have not been sold
for taxes or reclnimed, except sueh lands
as wvere. forfeiled prior to 1878--79, may
be redeemed on the payment of the taxes
which may be duo wind un paidl thereon,
with costa, but without p en 'ities: Pro
vkded, said payment shall be made on ar
before the 31sat day of May, 1881, as pro
vided for in the Act af the General As
sembly, approved December 24, 1880.
JAMES Q. PAVIR,
WINNSBORO, S, C.
A s 1880 has passed away, I am
thankful for the past t'avors be.
stowed on me by my Cusoimers of
Chester, Lancaster and Fairfield coun
ties, and must say that I have col
lected exceedingly wvell, notwithstand
ing the dry seasoii aind short crops. I
now invite them to come, anid I will
MULES AND HORSES
on time until fall, upon their making
m1e1 good papers. I also invite Caftni
buyers, as I can sell to them as low as
the lowest for-Cash.
I DEFY COMPrrITION.
UGARS, assorted. Collbes, Rio,
Largiayra and Old Gov. Java.
Rio an11d Old Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young iyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pineupples. To
matoes, Salmn, Corned Beef, D eviled
1111m anld Turkey, Sardinles, &-C.
Macalr'oli an d Cheese, Ginguer Pre
scrves, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coopet
Gelitine, I ustard, Black Pepper and
Baldivini Catsup. Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Empire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Worcestershire Sauce.
J. F. McMASTER & 00.
SELLINQ OFF AT COST.
FOR TilE NEXT THIRTY D)AYE
I WILL SELL THIE
EiTSTItE STOC K
F"ORMERLY 0OWNED BY
SUGENHIEIE & GROESCHEI
AT THE OLD STAND)S AT
GERIG'S AND WOL"E'S BUILD
J~. a- OEisO~EC E
N U CC E SS OR.
IN BUiJ 1IM EN T.:
W E have now in storeothe larges
and w'hich will be disposed of at lov
Shoes, Groceries, Bridles.
Saddles. Harness, Red Leather',
Harness Loather &c.
We are not given to "BLOWING,
but can truthfully say we are offer
ing solid bargains, and will be glat
to see you.
LUD)EN & B1TES'
THE MUSIC HOUSEOF THE SOUTH!
REDMOVAL TO OUR
New Double Store
An Ilumnense Musle Teinple.
Two large stores, cch' 31) foot front and
four stories high, fronting on threo streets
and filled from cellar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to comparo with it in
the Southern States.
A BIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
A"V UORM TO COME,
Iuunrung tIO ten years since our estab
lishment of our hoius we have developed
the tausio trade of the South to a won
derful (egree, but as yet we have only be
gun. Wasco, not many years ahead, a
business of a million a . car, and to take
care of this onornioui trado we have pro.
vided our piesont niaminoth warerooms.
Fall trade 183' will bo immense. We are
ready for i. For niontlis our senior part
ner has been at the North contractlng
with Piano antd Organ nanufacturors for
insiruments. lie has coneludod most
advantageous contracts, and the Pianos
and Organs aro "condng, coining" 109,000
nore. by every steamer. Neu styles, Now
Prices, New Terms, New Store, New Dc
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880.
Cash prices with three Months erottit.
Dur'ng months of An' Sept.. nad Oct..
W ill sell Pianos ni d Organs at LowEsT
CASH PmIC:s, payable $26 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 (ash on an Organ, with the
balanco in three months, wITHoUT INTER
WHAT DO TOU SAY TO THIS OFFER?
Writo for Tllustrated Ciialogoes and
Now Prieo Lists ior Fall 1b60 and pro
pare to be astonished.
LUDIDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
CURE i BACK ACHE
And all disenses of the Kidneys, Blladder
and Urinary Organs by wearing the
Imnproved Excelsior Kidney Pad
It is a marvel foe healing and relief.
SIP LE, SENSIBLE, DIRtECT, PAIN
LESS, POW EhFUL.
It enres whore all (1lse Iails. A Reye.
lationi and Revolution in Medicine. Ab
sorption Or direct application, as op~posod
to unsatisfactory' internalmoiciines. Send
for our treatise on Kidney troubles, sent
free. T1his is the Original and Genuine
Kidney Pad. Ask for it and fakeono other.
At wholesale in Charleston, 8. C.s by
D~owio & Moiseo, Wholesale Druggists.
Sold by' druggists, or sent by mail, on ro
ceipt, of iprice, $2. Address
The "Only" Lung Pad Co.,
Wihiiams Block, De)troit Mich.
THE . LY
Cures by ABSOlin10ON (Naturoe way,
ALL LN DIE E,
It DriVes into the system ourativi
agents and healing medicine,.
It draws from the diseased parte th<
poisons5 that caus. death.
Trhousa~nds testify to its virtues.
You can be Relieved and Cured.
Don't despair until von have tried thiu
Sensible, Easily Appfiod and RtADIC'AL
LY RFFECTUJAL Remedy. Send for tes
timoniala andi our book, "Three Millioni
a Year." Ment f:-ee
At, wholesale in Charleston, S. 0., by
Dowie & Moise. Wholesale Dreiggis.
Sold by Druggis, or sent by mail or
receipt of price, $2.00, by
Thle "Only" L~ung Pad Co.,
Williams Blookc, Detroit, Mich,
gents E Mgouts
~fa~ ~MACHINELCD. Wat
it. W. PIL~IlA'8, Agent, Winna
boro, 8. C. dIec 21-ly
J. E. MODOlVALD,
* ATTrORNEY AT LAW,
.V.3 L AW R ANG E,
OW~ Jn ltaroef Court Uouse.
IY STOCK of Furniture, which will
est according to quality, and for d
Renmember that al my goods are warrant
Furniture olsewhere, then come to the fh
best selection and can buv cheaer. Ben
wW Blythewood, White' Oak, Voodwar
ant York. This .9 a reconnendatlon of
A new supply ofWindow Shades, Wal
Frames, Chromos, Hat Racks, and Book .
The largest supply of Tin Chamber Seti
ber Suits. Call and see them. A new si
any. Don't Buy a Machine merely becau
it and lfkes it. Remember that most of t
puflfed have but little merit.. The one yo
dine and vexation, Is noiseless, runs
It. Retnemuber the Gold Medal was awar
over eighty coinpetito's. I can refer you
always given entire satisfaction. Reinen
Saslt Factory. All orders entrusted to m
the lowest )ae1;0s. Furniture neatly repal
prepared to make to order. Lunber' and
ing Machine Needles and attachimens aaa
ame. Don't fiail to call before purchasing
ELEGANT IN FINiSI,
AND IN FACE
The Only Perfect Machine lMde.
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
No. es Gouth Calvert Street,
REMEMBER THE PLACE OF.
P. Lalleckor & Bra.
TIIEY are closing out their entire
WINTR DRlESS GOODS
of all descriptions at expecially low
CLOTHING I CLOTHING I !
To make room for our spring Goods,
we will close out all Heavy Wool Gar
ments, consisting of Suits and Over
coats, regardless of their value.
which we will also close out equally
A call for inspection Ia cordially in
vited and saisfaction guaranteed in
-IP. LANDECKERI & BUO.
IH AVE in store a- car load of assorted]
atylee, which I offer at bottom Agures for
cash or good paper. Call and examine
them, whether you wish to buy or not.
3. HI. CUMMING8.
Opposite D~unlevy & Yant's,
Le the largest, handsomest and cheap
esign and workmanship uneIuialed.
ed to be as represented. Price your
est-class store where You will have the
r In mind that I shipogoods to Ridge.
d's, Blackstock, and as far as Chester
the qnality and price of my goodq.
I Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Pictro
s1elves, cheaper thanl the cheapest.
;, made to match Cottage and Cham
1pi9y of Sewing Maclineq as good as
so your mother or your neighbor has
he machines that are most largely
in want is the one that will save voU
light and will last a long time. I have
ded to one of the Moohines I repesent.
to many that are usig it, and It has
iber that I am agent lor a Door and
o will have prompt aittentIon land at
red at. moderate prices. .I am also
Shiigles for sale at small proiltc. Se w
I parts of Machines can be had through
3lsewhere. It. W. P111 LIL,1P.
Aments for BAZAR PATTERNS.
S we Intend to give our attention
Sin tle future entirely to Planta
ion Supplies and Fertilizers, we ofler
he contents of onr Dry Goods and
lothing Store at cost, as we Intend to
ivo up that part. of our business.
'hose Goods must. be sold, and for
ash 1fl delivery. Now is your time
Black Cashmeres at New York cost.
Colored Cashmercs at New York
Black Alpacas at Now York cost.
Colored Alpacas at Newv York cost.
All kinds of Dress Goods at New
Trimming Satins (all shades) at
row York cost.
A full line of Cassimercs at New
Water-proof Cloths at New York
Table Linen at New York cost.
Napkins at New York cost.
Doylles at Newv York coat.
Towels at New York cost.
BUTTONS! BUTTONS 1!
Ladles' and Gents' Hosiery, Under
year and Gloves; all at New York
Buy your Spring and Summer
3ressos, Jaconets, Swiss, Victoria
lawvns, Linens, Cambrics and Edg
nlgs, and Insertinigs to trim them w Ith.
illH at Noew York cost.
We have no space to enumerate far-a
her. We want to sell out every thing
lot usually kept in a Plantation Sup.
T HIS 15 NO H UMBUG.
Call and prices will convince you.
knd be sure and bring the CASH, as
to goods will be charged.
F. Eldr a Co.
R E LI EF A 8800I A TIO0N.
T HIS is an Association of business'men,
who, for their mutual protection,
sontribute towards a fund, so as
.n ease of death, their families may ro.,
selvo from $2.000 to S5,000), aecording to
irmount of cortificate. This is one o fth e
yest plans of life insurance. You pay as
you go, just like fire Insurance, and with
noro convenience even, as you pay by
small instalments during th~e year. WVe
,efer to those best acquainted with us,
is : memibers in Fairfld: G, H. Mc.
Vaster, Jas. A. Brice, Jo. B. Davis, D.
[1. Fienniken, B. Sugenheimer, J. W.
VICreight, Jo. J. Neil, Thomas b3. Jtoho
on. J. Clondilning, 1B. B. Hanahan, I.
WIeamns Davis, Jas. Q. Davis. Any one
hat should like to become a member wilt
iplyt0. 0. BACOT,
ot 2 Agent.
FRESH Garden Seed and Onion Bets,
.L just received.
McoMASTEll, JICE & RETCflTN.