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TOWN AND COUNTY.
TUESDAY, February 15, I 1 3 1881.
TrM8 oF THE. NEws ANI) 1rEUALD.
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Wi.insboro, S. C.
RAILROAD ScHEDULE.-Tho trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 11.40 a. i.;
south-bound, 5.15 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 8.38 a. in.; south-bound, 12.67
p. i. These arrivals are on the basis
of Wvinnlsboro timte.
Sheriff's Sale-John D. McCarley,
S. F. C.
Mr. J. Russell Black was carried
before United States Commissioner
Stoeber on Friday on the old charge
of intimidation. Ie waived an exam
Inotion and was bound over to appear
for trial In Charleston In April.
The entertainment of the Berger
Concert Troupe on Saturday night
was attended by a large audience, and
was much enjoyed. We trust the
company will always give Winnsboro
a call when they come in this part of
Mr. Fred.- J. Ludette, the general
canvassing agent of the Columbia
Register, was in town on Saturday
looking after the interests of his paper.
The Register is very popular, and it
deserves to be. It is a most excellent
newspaper, and we wish it long-con
TiB COUI1T 01 NESSIONS.
Organization of the Griand Jury-Charge of
the Judge-Trial of Criminal Cases.
The Court of General Sessions for
Fairfield was opened at ten o'clock on
Monday morning, his Honor Thomas
B. Fraser, Judge of the third circuit,
presiding. Ti commission of John
D. McCarley, Esq., as Sheriff of Fair
field, Was reald and spread up1)o0) the
miniutes o' the Court.
The ranid j uiy we e then sworn in
1w he U-u11 'mr:I). .\ : . (Iv -a. I -
jury, subimiull .- - Llhi:
I he ternas~ of then Courat o)' Sessions,
and, it r' cssary, to actt through aL
commiiiitteu in, the interval. The'l grand
jury is ai veryipratdatmn
of te Cort..No man cani -be brought
to t rial beroc without a piresentmeniit ot'
Courts a dlitlerent practice p~revails.
T1he District Attorney-ani officer simU
liar to our" Solicitor-miakes the charge
by filinig an "'informatioin," and upon
such "iniformation" the accused is put
upon01 his trial. The fact of (lie powecr
vested in the grand jury makes it
necessary that great discretion sh~ould
bc exercised. T'he abuse of that po0w
er has at times taken a political scope~
-but there is no apprehenisioni of tha~
now. Your duties are to look inito
the administrationi of the laws in the
Court of Sessions, and to execise a
general sitplervisory control over the
publlic an'airs of your county. All
offices and1 ofiers are subject to your
investienation. T1he evil of'official'mnal
admuinistration may be small to the
individual citizen, yet the public may
suffer immense damage. For exam
pile, ini the case of a defiulting or neg
ligent county treasm'er, the loss to the
individual citizen may be a very small
stun,.yet the iinjury to thme public ser
vice is imnmeinse. In -such a case it is
especially the duty of the grand jury
to act, im order that the offleer may be
brought to trial in court. There' are
ot~her mattemrs that you should consid
- er. Trial justices sometimes recsort to
illegal and oppressive. measures. If
there is any such case in your county,
you should bring It to the attention of
the court. Your duty amid privilege is
toexcircise a general supervision over
the affairs your county. If there is
anything in the county administration
that calls for investigation, it is your
business to present it, and have the
matter tried by a petit jury. Not that
ILwould advise any inquisitorial coni
duict upon01 your part. You must omnly
execise a wise discretion. Not only
are you conicerned with p~ublic officials,
but there are sometimes individuals
whose station in society gives them Im
inmunity from the compilalits of others.
If in~llviduals are tunable to protect
themselves, it is your duty to afford
them p~rotectioni. At tihe last session
of the Legislature there were Acts
patssed with reference to certaiin prac
tices which it was deemed best that
the courts should take rneaanures to
check. These Acts may attack a class
of offences which will never b~e
brion'hit to trial if the matter is left to
inudividu'ils. For' instance, there Is thle
statute against duelling. It may be
come a question for' the grand juries
to determhae whether that law shall
be a (lead lettee', or wvhether the grand
juries sha!l keep o'icials and~ Individ
is alike w~ithir the strict lines of
their duty. So 1" Is wvith the Act
against die b~ad inractice of carryi ng
concealed wecaponis. That law mzay
become entirely useless, nuless th~e
grand juries lnterferoe andr present all
prmop~er cases. The Legislatuire took a
great step forwvard in restricting time
sale of' spirItutous liquors. Licenses
to sell are now confined to tiucorpo.
rated towns. If the townu authorities
exercise a wvise discretion, the law
may die much good. If, on the con.
trary, they are temupted, by the priofil
arising f'ron} the lincreased traffic,
to grant lics n5e indiscrIminately, il
may licreas aiid concentmrate at the
towns to a' disastrous extent. I de
iiot mean to comment unfavorably
upon the action of the Legislature,
The Act Ia surely a step int the rigi
dire'etion. For the past few years t1
history of the State has bume a seric
of nots of violence. If It should tur
out that the new Act should not suftli
to cheek thie, then it would becou
a serious question how the people sha
be kept within the limits ot their dut:
and what the grand juries can di
Though the sale of intoxicating liquoi
is permitted, there ire classes to whoi
it Is unlawful to sell, and in respe
of those the sale may be controlle
by the action of the grand jury. Thci
c4asse.8 are lIsane lersons, minors, an
porsons of known habits of drinking I
excess. Even licensed parties catic
sell to those. Those who violate ti
law are liable In damages to the part
injured, and are also liable to be put
ished. The system of private educt
tion which reached so high a stage <
perfection before the war, has bee
almost entirely superseded by the fro
common schools. In the large towi
the public fund is supplemented b
private contributions, and the schoo
are chiefly established in the townE
If the youth thus gathered togethe
are subjected to the temptations of tlh
dram-shop, and to all the evils th
must follow, it is hard to say vha
will become of the civilization of ou
eople. Speaking of public schoolh
would remind you that you shoul
give attention to the tmanner in whic
they are conducted. If the duties o
teachers or trustees are performed i
a perfunctory manner, these offlcial
should be presented. It is just a
proper that the grand jury shou
look into the management of th
schools as to examine any other d(
partment of the public adilnistratior
h have no knowlede of aty mismati
agement of' the schools in this county
and only wish to remind you that the
are proper subjects of your investiga
tion. In short, it is your right an
duty to look into anything and every
thing atrecting .the peace, order an(
welfare of your county.
The Solicitor then submitted som
bills of indictment, and the grand jur;
retired for their consideration. Ther
being no case ready for trial, Cour
adjourned till three o'clock.
Upon the meeting of Court In th
afternoon, the grand jury returned
"a true bill" in the case of the Stat
vs. Guy Lumpkin, indicted for assaul
and battery with intent to murder
and the Solicitor ainotinced the Stat
ready for trial. Messrs. J. E. McDoni
aid and A. M. Mackey appeared to
the defence. The defendant in thi
case was charged with assaulting an
stabbing John Rochlle-the circun:
stances of which were published il
Tin. NEws AND IIERALD at the title 0
tle occurrence. The defendantoffeltre
to plead guilty of simple assault, bu
the Solicitor declined to accept th
plea, and the case went to trial. Afte
hearing the evidence, the argument c
couinscl, and the Judge's charge, th,
jury returned the following verdict
4"We 11n1d tihe defenidant. guilty of a.
satult and 1-attery. T. W. Woo.hvardl
* u''o -# n . l v.--In eor
which warratts the continu1d growt
o 'thtis busitess. Thela follo'wing& at
tihe quotations of some of' the Fa
12 per centt. t Chamce 140, div'iudend 1
10 per centt.; Merchatsitt 175, diident
20 per centt. ; Osbom'n 140, dividenid 1
per centt.; Saigamnore 133, dividentd I
lpeu' centt. ;.Sitford 145, dividenmd I
per cent.; T1roy 200, div'identd 24 pe
cenit. ; Union 190, dlividen~d 20 1per eeni
-A new telegtraph cotlmay w1it
$1,00,00 apialhas been organize
-Any ladlies wishitng to ktnow<
the merits otf the Excelsior Kidne
Pad, its actions, etc., are refrred(t
Mtrs. Wmi. E. McKOckii, Phtotogrpf)
Parlors, Toledo, Ohio.-See Adz'. *
I-Jay D). Dutnhing, Clerk Wabaus
IShops, Toledo, Ohio, says: I am ito
Iwearing atn "Ontly Lungs Pad," atd
has aflorded me almost instatnt relin
traon asthma.--See Adv. *
BY virtue of an execution to me ai
te reoted, Iwill offer forsaebfo
8. C., on the first Monday in Marc
next, within tihe legal hours of sale,1
the highest bidder, for easht, the follov
ing described property, to wit:
All that tract of land, lying in Fairliel
County. containing five htundred am
thirty.five (5135) acres of land, tmore<
less, known as the " David Feaster Tiract
and bounded by lands of James Turne
G. W. Coleman, estate of Hi. J. Colemal
Jr., and Win. Yonguo.
All that tract of land, lying in Fairfiel
Coutnty, containing five hundred (501
acres, more ore less, known as the "Hloi
Place," anud bounded by lands of Eliz,
bet h Feaster, Isaac Means, Mrs. U.,.Lad
and Maynoeld. All the above levied upo
as the property of Jacob Feaster, at tht
suit of David Milling, Sarah Milling an
Robert R. Milling.
J. D. McCARLEY, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, 8. C., February 14, 1881.
J UST received, a large lot of chok
Gardent Seeds of all kinids.
Seed and eatimg Irish Potatoes<
tlhe choicest kinds. Choice Faimil
(Oroceries art'iving daily. I have o
hand a lar'ge lot of best quality Sol
Leather, which wvill be sold mit 1o0
I am payig highest prices for Dr
Hides. Give me a call.
W.11. DON LY,
feb 12 Ott the Cot'ter.
- r'1-T E nrm of Desportes & Monts is th
I. day finally issolved by litnitatia
'Tho accounts against thme concorn mn
be presented immediately and those I
debted are requeosted to make prompt 5<
tiemenit. Mr. U. G. Desp'rtes is autho
Ised to receipt for the same.
Ur. 0. DF.8POI1TES,
J. II. MONTS.
*January 1, 1881.
n HOSTETTER BITTERS
di HOSTETTER BITTERS
i. HOSTETTER BITTERS
It HOSTETTER BITTEIRS
0 F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
, F. W. HABENICHTS.
F W. GRAT'S.
r THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
. OCEOLA BITTERS
F. W. HABENICHTS.
F. W. HABENICIIT'S.
F. W. HA.BENICHT'S.
3 F. W. HABENICHT'S.
, GENUINE IMPORTED
r GENUINE IMPORTED
1 ANGUSTORA BITTERS
F. W. HADENICHT'S.
F W. HABEiNICHT'S.
N'. - Alm1"NI TIT'S.
- Ech 12
t. -- 0
'OH, YES! Oil, YES!
I' H E ''ii ON E MIOUNT AIN CORN W ITIS
c IKihas comle amil is still coming.
2 If you wanit good Whiskey and good
6 Sep arn, call at
r . CLEYNDINING'S 11OUSE,
'next door to WV. R1. Doty & Co. Tie keeps
thie becst of every3thing. rThe best Nat han's
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The best Gibson's
Wiskey. The best '|en Cents S'mar.
at! th.ings, I he best Dinner for 401 cents.
fAnd ifyvou comec inito town between I
and 1 o'clock, and are hungry, call at
a Clendining's for a drink, and he will set
bi uip a frco lunch for you. Clendining
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
i dee 9
r ['iHE uopartnorship hieretoforo oxisting
I.between the uindersignedl anid car
ried on in the town of Wmnnsboro, Coun
ty of Fairfield, State of South Carolina,
under the name and style of SUGlEN.
HEIMERt & GROES'C'Ib, has bcen this
- day dliss.olved lby mutual consent, b~y the
'0 withdrawal of B. Sugenhecimer. The busi
~ness will be continued by Joseph Groca.
hi schel, who assumes all liabilities and-col
o lects all debts <tue the late firm.
d January 24, 1881.
~'I respectfully inform the public that I
will continue business at the old - standl
for the next thirty cdays. At tho- expira
tion of that timo I will be found at th<
old1( stand of S. Wolfe. All p)ersonls in.
debted to the late firm of Sngenhoimior .d
0Groesol are requested to come forward
an etl at onee, as the business of thc
d firm must be elosed up.
e speefuhly GROESCI1EL,
I hereby inform my friends and cus
tomers that I will hereafter be found al
the old stand in Gerig's building, whort
!I will cniu uioa
jan 27 B. SUGENHEIMER.
I HAVE the agency of several standard
brands or Guano. amongst which arc
0 the MonlarchA and the Wilcox & Gibbl
Manipulated. I will also keep a large
supply of Acid P'ho p~hato. PartIes wIll
do well to give me a ca'l boforo making
purchasns elsowheore. I w ill always givc
the hIghest market price for cotton.
feb 3 -tx2m Rt. J. McCARLEY.
y OFvilvE oF COUNTY TJIEMiUJEn
WIxNxanOno, S. ('., .January 21, 1881.
y ACTING under Instructions from Lh<
. . Coimptroller Genueral, I hereby givt
notice that all parties~ owning or hiavint
an in'erest in lands now on the list of de
-linquecnt lands, or in any lands herefor<
forfeited to the State for the non-paymoni
of taxes, and which have not been soli
is for taxcu or reclaimed, except such landi
2, as were forfeited prior to :878--79, ma
si be redeemoid en the paymenint of the taxci
2. which may be due and unpaid thereon
t. with costs, hut without pen Itles: .Pro
r- vided, siId' payment shall be made "n 0j
before the 31st clay of May, 1881, as pro
vided for in the Act of the General As
soembly, approved December 24. 1880
JA MES Q . D)AVIS,
Sale anld FeedS1ahi6s
WINNSBORO, 'S. C
A 8 1880 has passed' awayp I ti
thankful for the past iijivors be
stowed onl me1 by my enstomners o
Chester, Lancaster and Fairtleld coun
ties, and must say that I have col
lcted exceedingly well, notwithstanld
ing the dry season and short crops.
now invite theimi to Come0, andI wil
MULES AND HORSES
on time until fall, upon their maklin
mC good paperIs. I also inivite Cast
buyers, as I can sell to them as low at
the lowest for Cash.
I DEFY COMPETITION.
FRESH GROCERIES 1
'UGARS, assorted. Coffees, Rio
Laguavra and Old Gov. Java
Rio and Old Gov. Java Roasted
Tens, Black, Imperial, Gunpowdei
and Young Ilyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pineapples. To.
matoes, Salmon, Corned Beef, Devilet
Ham and Tnurkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, Ginier Pre.
serves, Pill Hlead Oat Meal, Coopel
Gelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper an
Baldvin Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chov Chow, Empire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Worcestershire Sauce.
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
SHLLEG OFF A T COST
FOR TILE NEXT TRIRTY DAY'
I WILL SELL THlE
FORMERLY OWVNED BY
SUGENHEIMR & QROESCHE)
AT THE1 OLD STANDS AT
GERIG'S AND WOLFE'S BUILE
WE havo now in store the lai-ges
stock over purc'hased b~y uw
and which wvill be disposed of at loa
i Shoes, Groceries, Bridles.
ing solid bargains, and will be gla
to see you.
4 set 20U. G. DESPORlTES.
LUDPEN & BATES
TIE MUSIC HOUSE OF TIHE SOUTH I
MU, 1OVAL TO OUR
New Double Store
[ An Iiinense M ilse Temple.
Two large stores, each 30 foot front anI
four stories high, fronting on three stroot,
and filled from collar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to compaeo with it in
tbo Southern States.
A BIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
A 17Z,1 Or-, r TO 0 COM,
uIr1.g tie tun years since our estab
lishment of our house we havo developed
the musio trade of the South to a won
dorful degree, but as yet we have only be
(gun. Wcsce,.not many years ahead, a
business of a million a i car. and to tako
care of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our present mammoth warerooms.
Fall trade 183V' will bo immense. We are
ready for it. For months our senior part
ner has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
insitruments. Ho has concluded most
advantageous contracts, and the Pianos
and Organs are "coming, coming" 100,000
more, by evcry steamor. New Styles, New
Prices, New lerms, New Store, New De
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880.
Cash prices with three Months credit.
During months of Au' Sept. and Oct.
We wil1 sell Pianos at. d Organs at LOwHar
CASH 1PmcLs, payable ,25 Cash on a Pi
ann or $10) Cash on an Organ, with the
balance in three months, WITUOUT INTER
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFER?
Write for Illustrated C(tiilogoes and
New Price Lists for Fall 1880 and pro
paro to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers,
Ilnprove~d leelsior Kidney Pad
It is a mamrvol lon hoaling and relief.
.SDP LE, sFNNs1ITLF, IRECT, PAIN.
L~E-, POW ERFL.
It; ctllres ulhere all (lso0 tails. A Ree
liluin ande Revoliit ion in Medlicine. Ah-i
sorption 01 dlirect aipplicaion, as5 opposed
Io unsatisatory* internal medicines. Sond
for our ireatise onl Kidney troubles, sent
fre.e. This is the Original andI Genuine
Kidney Pad. Ask for it and mnko no other
At wholesalo in Charleston, S1. C.,.b
Dnwie & Moise, WVholosale Drnggists.
3 Sold by drnggists, or sent by mail, on ro
ceipt of price,. $2. Address
The "Only'' Lun g Pad Co.,
Cures by A BbOi1 au (Nature', way.
ALLw LUNf DISEASES,
A i THROAT DISEASES,
It Drives *Into the system ouratlv<
-agents and healing medicines.
It dIraws fron1 the diseased parts thb
poisons that caulsO death.
Thousanas testify to its virtues.
You can be Relleved and Cured.
Don't dlespair until you have tried this
e Sensible, Easily Appieod and RADICAL
LY EFFECT'UAL Remedy. Sebnd for tes
timonials and our book, -'Throo Millioni
a Year." Sent free.
At wholesale In Charleston, S. 0., b)
Dowlo & Moilse. Wholesale Dr'uggists.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by mail or
roccipt of price, $ . 00, by
-The "On .3" Lunig Pad Co.,
Williams Bl1ock, Detroit, Micb.
B igitest s
MACH INE CO.
44- Nm CH A RL.S.37'.
BALT IMOR E1D,p
R. W~ X PHILLIPS, Agenit, Wumnus
.boro0 8. C. dec e2l--Iy
- J. E. 1YODON ALD),
NO. 3 LAW RANGE,
WtINNSBORO, 8. 0.
V nItearlof Cout Uond..
IY STOCK of Furniture, which will
est according to quality, and for
Remember tht nill my goods are warrar
Furniture elsewhere, then come tA the I
best selection and can buy cheaper. Be
way. Blythewood, White Oak, Woodw1
and Yoik. This is a recommetidati oi
A new supply of Window Shades, Wv
Frames, Chromos, Hat Racks, and Book
The largest supply of Tin Chamber 8c
ber Suits. Call and see them. A new E
any. Don't Buy* a Machine merely beca
it and likes It.. Remember that most of
puffled have but little merit, The one Y
tine and vexation is nolseless, run
It. Remember the Oold Medal was awa
over elgljty competitors. I can refer yo
always giveni enlire satisfaction, lere
Sash Factory. All orders entru ted to r
the lowest prices. Furniture neatly repi
prepared to make to order. Lumber, and
ng Machine Needles and attachments a1
me. Don't faill to call before purchasing
ELEGANT IN FINIlh,
ANID IN FACT
The Only Forfoct Machine 4d.
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
i-s, South Calvert Street,
REMEMBER TIlE PLACE OF
P.Ibalicokor & Bro.
TUEY are closing out their entire
WINTER DRESS Q00DS
of all descriptions a~t expecially lowv
CLOTHING! CLOTHING II
To make room fop out' Spring Goods,
we will close ont all Heavy Wool Gar
ments, consistting of Suis and Over.
coats, regardless of their value,
FUR NI8HING GOObS,
which we will also close out equally
A call for inspection is cordIally in.
avited and satisletton guaranteed in
P. LANDECKERt & BRO.
I SPRING WAGONS.
. f UAVE~ in storo a car load of assorted
.syles, which I offer at bottom figures foi
.cash or good paper. Call and examiaie
thorn, whether you wish to buy or siet.
J1. HI. CUMMINGS.
-Opposite Dunlevy 4 eant'.
be the Iarost, handsomest and che: p
Lesign andl' workmanship unequaled,
ted to bo as represented. Price your'
Irst-class stora where you will have the
ir in mind that I ship goods to Ridge
rd's, Blackstoek, and as far as Chester
I' the quality and pr'ice of nmy goods.
til Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picturo
Shelves, cheaper than the che apest.
ts, made to natch Cottage and Chain,
nipply of Swing Machines as good as
ase your mother or your neighbor has
the machines that are most largely
:mI want is the one that will save you
S lightpand will last a long time. I have
rded to one of the Machies I represent
a to many that are using it, and it lais
miber that I am agent or a Door antl
ie will have prompt. ittontion and at
.ired at moderate prices. I am also
Shingles for sale at snal profits. Sew
d parts of Machines can be had through
elsewhere. R. W. PHILLIPS.
Aconts for BAZAR PATTERNS.
A S we intend to give our attention
in the future entirelv to Planta
Lion Supplies aId Fertilizers, we oler
the contents of our Dry Goods and
Clothing Store at cost, as we intend to
ive up that part of our business.
'he.e Goods must be sold, and for
cash on delivery. Now is your time
Black Cashmerces at New York cost.
Colored Cashmeres at Now York
Black Alpacas at New York coat.
Colored Alpacas at Now York cost.
All kinds of Dross Goods at New
Trimining Satins (all shades) at
New York cost.
A full line of CassImereos at New
Water-proof Cloths at New York
Table Linen at New York cost.
Napkins at New York cost.
Doylles at New York cost.
Towels at New York cost.
BUtTTONS I BUTTONS !
Ladles' and Gents' liosiery, Under'
wear and Gloves; 4111 at New York
fluy yonr $pring ahid $i1:rmer
Dresses, Jaconets, Swiss, Victoria
Lawvns, Linens-,5 Cambrics and Edga
ings, and Insertings to trim thema with,%
Al at Now York cot
We have no space to enumerate ftra
ther. We want to sell ont ever'ythinag
not usually kept in a Plantation Supa&
THIS 18 N~O 11IUMBUGs
Call and pri'ces wvill convince t'oii
And be sure and bi'ing the CASHl, as
no goods will be charged.
F. Elder a o
lilHI s an .tssociation of business mehi,
who, for their mutual proteotlong
contribute towards a fn, so as5
in case of death, their fashilles may re&
solve fronm $2,000O to $5,0u00, according~ to
amount of certificate, This is one of the
best plans of'lire inanrahoo. You pay aa
you go, just like fire insurance, and with
nake convenience even, as you pay by
small instahnehts during the y a. We
rotei' t tho boat acquainted wih t,
viz a membors in Faiirlield: +. H. Mc
Miaster, Joes. A. Brie, Jno. B. Davis, D).
It. Fiennikon, B. Sngetheitner, 3. W.
Meoroighat, Jno. J. Neil. Thornas L. John-.
son. J. Clendining, Rta B. flanshan, JK.
Means Davis, Jas, Q. Iaviu. Any one
that should like to becoine a member wilt
apply to0,0. BACOT,
ont 2 ,, Agent.
RESH ardenSeed nd Onion 8.t',