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TOWN AND COUNTY.
TIUlSDAY, February 17, 1 t * 1881.
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RAILtoA) SeHIEDU L.--The trains
nlow pass Winlnusboro as 1 follows:
North-bound passenger, 11.40 ia. n.;
soullh-bound, .15 ) p. im.; naorth-bouid
f'r'eight, 8.38 a. am.; south-bondil, 12.157
p. an. These arrivals are on the basis
of Winansboro titue.
Oats-J. K. Davis.
Something New-B. Suagenheimer.
ShoriflIs Sale-John ). MeCarley,
S. F. C.
To Those Desiring to Build-John
11. Purcell & Bros.
If you want soanething handsome,
as well as durable, call at. B. Suger.
heime'ws and get some celluloid collars
M'. Wm11-11. Q. C.lie, a leadiig nercant
of Charleston, died ian that city oi
Tuesday the 15th instant. Mr. lee had
large dealings with the people of Fair
field. and his death will be genierally
regre'tted, us lae was highly respected.
DlEATII OF A Foaman CIrIZEN OF
FAInFIE..w.-We are in r'eceipt of' t
letter froan Mr. A. R. Thompson. of
Ilellevue, Louisiana, staling Ihat Mr.
Joseph E. Adger, Sr., died at his resi
deaace, in Bossier Parish, Oin the muo'n
ing of (he first of February, inl tle
fity-eighth year of his age. Mr. Adger
was a citizen of Fairfield for amanay
years, but moved to the West about
the close of the war. hlis manaly
f'riends will regret to liear of his death.
Dounl. POS-r. CAins.-A law was
passed by Congress a year or two ago
authorizing tle use of double postal
cards-that is, a card to be sold for
two cents which should pass free
through the mails both fron and back
to the person seinding it. The object
was to enable persons desir'ing to do
so to pay tle )ostage on postal cards
bothI ways. These caards have never'
appeaared, and the Richmaoaad Dispatch
has discov'ed whay. It says thme r'ea
son camei out inm a debate iin the Untitedc
Stiates Scanate last Thaursday, that al
though theo law authlorize.d thie use of
double postalh ctards, pr'ovided thmere
should be ano r'oyalt~y clainmed by any
per'soan, yet the postmnaster'-genaer'al haas
beent inahibited by' that praovision fr-om
usin1g doule postal cards because
thr lare noneC ell xcept whlaat arae patent,.
ed ; and~ thaeefor'e unonc upon wich
thaere is ano royalIty'.
WoamKtNG 'rHE BoAIms.-Trhe mattcar
of' wor'kinag the pulblic r'oads has always
eng aged attcentiona, anad it has bcean
ba'oughat into proamianeance by the rec
cent pr'olonged wet weathera. Elsc
wherae we publisha the Act of oura Leg
i.hlu re on thla subject.. Thema Charilotte
Obs.er'rer haa praocure'd a copy' of the
Caaiana laiw oai the sutect, whaich
pvi~i a. mil ,w~s: "Marya :'llim
R ti1ii0} Nili.*h~a IIM pla.}.eiraas
dired dllhars. be liable to twto days'
statu tle labor; at, moa'e than thraee hun a
dredl dlollars, baut not amor'e t haan five
hundrlaed dollnars, thre'e days ; at maoare
tana' five haundr'ed dollars, but ntc
more thana sevenm hundrlaed (101lla's, f'oura
dlays; at amor'e than sevena haundred
dollna's, but not moa'e than nine hauan
da'ed dollaras, five (day's; aand foar ctvery
three hundared over' nine lunadared dol
Ila's, or' any factional p~art theraeof
ovea' oaae hundred tad lhifty dollaras,
one a~dit.ional day ; but the conacil of
any township, by a by-law Operating
geanerally ad rateably, may r'educe oar
incarease the number of dav's' labor to
wvhich all the parties, rated on theo
assessmenit a'oll or' othea'wise shall be
reCspectively liable, so that thae naumber'
of dlays' labor' to whlaich eacha persont
Is lia~ble shall be in prIoportion to (lie
amounat at which lhe Is assessed."
THE, COUIRT oF SassxO~s.-The foI
lowliag is a synopsis of' the eases ta'ied
in the Cour't of Geaneral Sessions since
our' last a'epor't:
Th'le State vs. George Morse, charaged
with assault and battery with inatenut
to mnurder. The gaand jury found ''no
bill," andl the accused was accoa'dinagly
TIhe State vs. Dawson Daniels nad
Lucy Danilels, inudicted foa' ar'ceniy of
cotton farm the field-Mr'. A. M.
Mackey f'or' defeada'ntIs. T1hae priiso)n
era were char'ged with stealiang thr'ee
hundrecd pounds of' cottont fr'oim the
field of the prosecuting witness, Jerray
Brice-all the par'tles colored. The
parisonicas dealicd the steali ng, and it
was ur'ged, oan behalf of Lucy Dintiels,
that whaatevear shte may haave donea was
so donie under' the coer'cionm of ht' hads
band, Dawson. The jury ftoaiud botif
The 8tate 's. W/m. Rlichard1son and
Turnea' Rober'tson, Indicted for' gr'and
iarcenay-stealing a lot of goods fi'om
the 4tore of Ma'. John A.. Simpson.
Mcs.wrs. Gaillard .& Reyrfiolds appear'ed
for Wmn. Richaa'qon avid Mi'. A. M.
Iach~y. for' Tuirao oberL on Wma
[Richardson had previously .ntde .a
confessiou s clearly implicating him,
bitt Turnor denied all connection with
the larceny. - The jury found William
guilty and Turner not guilty. The
latter was accordingly discharged.
The State vs. Cato Hopkins, indicted
for malicious mischief--Mr. A. M.
Mackey - for defendant. The defen
dant was charged with maliciously
killing - the cow of Mr. Patrick M.
Spenco. Tho jury found the defen
dant n1ot. guilty.
The State vs. Allen Carr, indicted
for assault and battbry with intent to
murder Messr.a. Gaillard & Reynolds
ftor defendant. The I isoner was
charged with shooting a pistol into the
honse 9f. Archie Hall, one night in
ist October. llall and his wife both
stated that the pistol ball passed near
them and struck against the fire-place.
The defendant denied the shooting
en tirely. The jury rendered (lhe fol
lowinar verdiet: "We find the defen
dant guill y of an assault. of a high and
aggravated iature. T. W. Woodward.
MARIED-Oh the 21stot' January,
at. (he residnnce of '.e bride's tuother,
in hirfleld couity, by the Rev. James
Dottglass, Mr. Z. L. LYiYKs, of tich
land county, to A 4iss LILA P. PowE.L,.
. JU.ilIELS of pure Re( Itust
200 pruol ats for tale b
.0' J. K. DAVIS.
Monticello, S C., Feb. 15, 1881.
feb I ttl
Du T HOSE iESIRING TO liUILP.
W E havo jus.t. eilloyed some of the
m ost. ht illful and (xperiicc(
worlimen, an(d aire no'v ready to do al
kin(i., of i or.O carptwnter's work. We
haave also maado arrangeents with the
leadilg saw mills to furnish its with lumn -
hier. o on an after this date we are pre
pared to do all itinds of work. Persons
desiring to Ihave 1ad h11s repaired, or
con1templaite bus hling, will do well to get
an er timalite Ifrol) 11 beto 1 giving out con.
tracts ]ra m yg plni and specifications
ia specialvty. we iare versed in all the new
stYles aid cuts of the laly. Contrae s
taketn anywhere in the S-ntth. All work
JOllN H. PTURCELL& 0BROS.,
iUnilders and Contractors.
Winnsboro, S. C.
feb t7 tx3m1
SIERIF'"S SA LE.
Y vi"tue o' "" exec"tiQn to me di[
) rceted, I will oiln r for ile, befora
the Cm,rt louse door in Winsboro.
. '., on the first Monday in Miarch
iext, between the legal hours of sale. to
the aighest bidder, foi eash, the follow
ing described property, to wit:
All that tract. of land, lying in Fairtield
County, contining eiov, it hrandred and
seventy-seven (777) acres, more or less,
and baunded by land1s of James Hfulmian,
W. K, !og' i and James M. L'ariek. Lev
ied upon as the proprty of Owen Smith.
at the suit of I he C. 0. & &. Railroad
Company against Thompson Earlo and
Owen biith & Co.
J. D. McCARLEY, S. F. C.
-Winnsboro, S. 0., February 14, 1881.
BY virtue of an execution to me di
.Lreeted, I will offer for sale, before
he Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C.,
on the first Monday in March next,
within the legal hours of' sale, to the
high~est bidder, for cash. the following
describedl property. to wit:
Alt that tract of land, lying in Fairfield
County. containing three hundred rind
sixty (360) acres, more or less, and known
als tao " Flat Branch Place," bohnded by
land1s of E. Heins, W. Ri. Sykes, John
Coopecr and others. Levied upon as the
pro0perty ,f J. T1. Johnson, at the snit of
W, lie J. Davis.
. D. McCARLEY, S. F. 0.
Winnsboro S.. C., February 14, 18830.
OFFrcln oF CouNTY TIhEAsUnmn
WbIs auoo. S. ( ., JTanuary 21, 1881.
\ CTIING~ under instructions from dce
('om ptroller General, I hereby gis e
Sia's that alI parties5 ow'ning or having
.oin '1 rest inl huils no0w on the list of' de
hnquent Ilands, or ini any lanils heretofore
forf';itedl to thla State for tihe no~n-Payment
.f taxes, and which have not been sold
or taxes or raelaimead, exceplt such lands
as5 were torfei ted pror to |878--79, ay
hao redlemecd on the payment of' the taxes
which may be due and1( unfpaid thereon.
with costs, but without ponalties: Pro
rided, said payment shall be made a'n or
beforio the 31st (day of May, 1881, as pro.
vidled for in the Act of the General As
acumbly, approved December '.4. 1880
JA MES Q. DAVIS,
jan 22 Ixim Oounty Treasurer.
SEEDS ! SEEDS !
J USTi received, a larwe lot of choice
,e Garden Seeds of' all kinds.
Seed and eatinef Irish Potaioes of
thie. choicest kinds. Choice Famihy
Grower'ies arriving daily. I havie on
an large lot of best. quality Solo
Leat her', which will be sold at low
I am paying highest prices for Dry)
[Hides. Give inc a call.
W. HI. DONLY,
feb 12 On the Corner.
4 n testl snt
8 MACHEN ECO. VAqI1
464- NTN CHARLES.8. vuiL
- - B.w~mm A.TIMORKpMD~jp
R. W PILILLhiPS, Agent, Winnas
barQ, S. C. dec 21-ly
REIGarden Seed aind Onion Setu,
MoMA8BRICE & RJETCHIIN.
jan 18 '
JUST RECEIVED BY
AND FOR SALE AT
A SUPPLY OF TIlE CELEBRATED
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
LADIE 6 AND GENTS,
IN ALL SIZES.
CALL AND SUPPLY YOUR
SELVES AT ONCE.
(F Now Crop NEW ORILEANS
MOLASSES, best in the market, and
syrups of all grades.
A fine assortment of
Also, a good quality of OAT MEAL,
in five poundic packages
GIVE ME A CALL.
\! E have now in store the larges
stock ever purchased by us,
and which wvill be disposed of at Ioiw
Shoes, Grocem ies. Bridles.
Saddles. H arneer>, Red Leather,
Harness Leather &c.
We are~not given to "BLOWING,'
but can truthfully say we ai-e offer
ing solid bargains, and will be glai
to see you.
U. G. DESPORTES.
I HAVE in atore a ceor load of assortel
stylo!I, which I offer at bottomi figres t
cash or good paper. Call and oramn
thnrm, whether you wish to buy or not.
Hurrah for-Ollr Hollse
OH, YES! OH, YES!
I3HE STONE MOUNTAIN CORN WH IS
KEY has comO and is still coming.
If you want good Whiskey' and good
Sogars, call at
CLENDINING'S 11 USE,
next door to W. R. Doty'& Co. H1o keeps
the best of everything. Tho bent Nathan's
Old Cabinet Whiskey. 'Qho beat Gibson's
Whiskey. The best Ten Cents Sogar.
The best Fivo Cents Segar. And, above
all things, the best Dinner for 40 oente.
And if you come into town between I
and I o'clock, and are hungry, call at
Clondining's for a drink, and he will nOt
up a free lunch for you. Clendining
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
B A RGAINS
ConOr & Chadlef)s.
7 E have bought lhrgely this sea
sonl unlid muaitst have money to
settle our bills. We tieiefore oI'er
to cash purehasers. Those who cone
early will seenre the (hoice of'articles.
We respectfully request tiose who
owe us to come 'orward anid pay up.
We helped them in their need ancl ex
pect thei to help us in ours. The old
year has closed and all accoutuls should
A G-A N I .
All who have jobs in our shop of
Watches, Clocks and Jewehri, should
call and get them, and save':he same
CURE i BACK AHE
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder
and Urinary Organs by wearing the
ImproVed Excelsior Kidney Pad
It is a marvel for heating and relief.
SIMPLE, SENSIBLE, DIILECT, PAIN
It cures u here all else f ails. A Reye
lation and Revolution in Medicine. Ab
aorption or direct application, as oppIosed
to unsatisfactory internal medicines. Send
for our treatise on Kidlney troubles, sent
free. Thia is the Original and Genuine
Kidney Pad. Ask for itand take ndother.
At wholesale in Charleston, S. C.. by
Dowie & Moiso. W~holesale Druggists.
Soldl by druggists, or sent by mail, o:i re
ceipt of price. $2. Address
The "Only" Luing Pad Co.,
- W\iliams Block, Detroit Miob.
dee 21-I xom
Cures by A1$~u." s thaturo's way.
ALL LN IESS
It Drives into the aystem curative
agents aind healing miediciniec.
It draws fromn the diseased parts the
poisons that cnan death.
Thousands testify to its virtnes.
You can bc Relieved and Cttred.
Don't despair until youl have tried this
Sonsible, Easily A Pplied and itADICAL
LY EFFECTUAL Remedy. Send for tes
timonials and our book, "'Three Millions
a Year." Sent free
At wholesale in CharleF ton. 8. 0., by
Dowin & Meise. W~holesale Diriggists.
Sold~by Druggists', or sent by mail on
receipt of price. $2 er,, by
The~ "OnI '" Lung Pad Co.,
W~illiams lock, Deotroit, Mich.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARLTNEIIIP,
-r MIE coplartnorship heretofore existing
.1 between the undersigned and oar
riod on in the town of Winnsboro, Toun
ty of Fair field, State of South Carolina,
under the name and ciyJo of SUGi.N
IWEIMER & Git0E80 El;, iaas beon this
day disnolved by mutual consent, by the
withdrawal of 13. Sugeinheimer. The busi.
.swilbe continued by Joseph Groes.
sct-, ho assumaes all liabili~Ies and col
lects all debts Csue tha late firm.
January 24, 1881.
I respectfully inform the publie that I
will continue business at thei old stands
. ror the next t.hirly days. At the expira
tion of that time I wilt be found at the
old steipd of 8, Wolfe. All -persons in.
d.'btod to the late firm of Shgonheimor &
Groeaohol are requested to ome forward
:1 and settle at once, as the biisiness of the
firm must he closed up.
r 1t~petfulyJ. GROESCHIEL,
I hereby inform my .friends and. cus
,tomera that 1 wilt .horeaftefr be 'fouind at
the old stand In Gerg'al fdig where
Iwill continou businesstjlig
i.a~n 27 11.SU
Sale and Feed Stablds
WINNSBORO, S. C
A S 1880 has passed away, I a
Ai thankful for the past favors be
stowed on me by my customers o
Chester. Lancaster and Fairtield coun
ties, and musAt, say that I have col
lected exceedingly well, notwithstand
Ing the dry season and short crops.
now invite them to come, and I wil
MULES AND HORSES
on 0ime until fall, upon their making
me good papers. I also invite Casi
buyers, as I can sell to them as low a;
the lowest for Cash.
I DEFY COMPETITION.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. B ABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
F. W. HABEIfNICHT'S
F. W. HABEN~ICHT'S
F. W. HABENIOHT'S
F. W. HABENICHT'S
ANGUSTOR A BITTERE
F. WV. HAtBENIGH'1S.
F. Wi. HABENICHT'$.
StUGARS,. assortod. Coff'ees, Itu
L Lagua vra and Old Gov. Java
Io and Old Gov. Java Roastec
Teas, Black, Imperial, (Gunpowde
and Young UIyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pinesapples. 'T<
mators, Salmon, Corned Beef, Devile
11am and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
MacarainI and *Chen, Giniger Pi
serves, Pin Head Oat. Menl, Coopt
Golatine, Mustard, Black Pepper anI
Baldwvin Catsup, Cross & Blaci
wvell's Chow Chow, Empire Cho'
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Pe
t'in's Wiorcestershiire Sauce.
J. F. McMASTER & CJO.
TpIHE firm of Desportes & Monts is th
dyfinally dissolved by lhiitatio
The accounts against the concern mu
bo presented immediately and those ii
dlebted are regunted to make prompt e
tloemont. Mr.. U. (I. Desportes is antho:
ized to recoipt for the same.
UT. (1. DE8PORT28,
J. Ii. MON4Th.
Jo-, ary 1,18
,s ' -7
- Y STOCK of Furniture, which w
f et according to quality, and fo
- Remember that all my goods are warr
Furniture 61sewhere, then come to th<
- best selection and can buy cheaper. 1
way. Blythewood, White'Oak,. Voodv
and York. This is a recommendation
A new supply of Window Shades, V
Frames, Chromos, flat Racks, and Boo
The largest supply.of Tin Chamber i
ber Suls. Call and see them. A new
any. Don't Buy a Machine merely be<
it and likes It. Remember that most <
puffed have but little merit. The one
time and vexation is noiseless, rt
it. Remember the 6old Medal was aiv
over eighty conpetitorR. I can refer v
always given entire satisfaction. Re4
Sash Factory. All orders entrusted to;
the lowest prkies. Furniture neatly re
prepared to make to order. Lumber at
Ing Machine Needles and attachments i
tme. Don't fail to call before purchasih
LAR GE ARM,
ELEGANT IN FINiERI,
AND rN rACT
The Only Porlfct Machine LAe.
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
% . ^ South Calvert Street,
A 8 we intend to give our attention
,~ int the tu( ure entirelv to P'lanta
tion Supplies and Fertilizers, we ofler
the contents of our Dry Goods and
Clothing Store at cost, as we intend to
give up that part of our business.
These Goods must he sold, and for
cash on delivery. Now is your time
Bllack Cashineres at Now York cost.
Colored Cashmere. at New York
liack Alpacas at New York cost.
Colored Alpaca. at New York cost.
All kinds of Dress Goods at New
Trimming Satins (all shades) at
New York cost.
A full line of Cassimores at New
Water-proof Cloths at New York
Table Linen at New York cost.
Napikins at Now York cost.
Doylles at New York cost.
Trowels at New York dost.
BUtTTON8! BUTTONS 11
Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery, Onder
wear and Gloves; all at New York
Bay your Spring and Summer
Ulresses, Jaconets, Swiss, Victoria
Lawns, Linens, Cambrics and Edlg.
ings, and Insertings to trim thorn with.
All at New York cost.
We have no stiace to entumerate fur.
thor. We watnt to sell out everything
not ttstally kept In a PlantatIon Sup.
, TiS 18 NO IltMV'00
'Call and ptices will convince yout
And he sure anid bring the CASH, ai
no goods will be0 charged.
F. Elder em Oo.
COL UMB I A lOlTEL
-- 1,srb toT4es t z
Ill be the largest, handsomest and cheap'
Sdesign and work manlhip unequalck.
itited to be as represented.. Price your
first-class store where you will have the
ear in mind that I ship goods to Ridge
rard's, Blackstock, and as far as Chester
of the qualfty and price of my goods. .
(all Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Plctkure
k Shelves, cheaper than the cheapest.
lets, made to match Cuttago and Cham
supply of Sewing Machines as good as
aue yonr mother or your neighbor has
f the machines that are most largely
you want is the one that will save vou
ne light and will last a long time. I b'ave
arded to one of the Machines I represent
on to many that are using it, and it has
ember that I am agent for a Dour and
me will have prompt attention and at
)aired at moderate prices. I am also
d Shingles for sale at small profits. Sew
mnd parts of Machines can be hd through
g elsewhere. R. W. PHILLIPS.
Aments for 3AZAR PATTERNS.
REMEMBER THE PLACE OF~
R Ldleckor & Bra.
.IHEY are closin~g ouit their entii'e
WINTZR D2SS G00DS
of all descriptions at exp~ecially low~
CLOTHING I CLOIT1G I I
To make room for ot Spring Goods,
we will close otut all Ileavy Wool Gars
ments, consisting of Suits and Over'
coats, regardless cif their 4'alue.
which we will also close otit equally
A call for inspection is cordially ina
vited and satisfaction guaranteed in
P. LA NDECIGRI & 13RO.
T HE PEOP2LE'S
RELIEF ASSOCIA T10N,
rU HIS8 is an \suoirton of bttainess men,
.L who, for their mutual protection,
contribute towards a fund, so as
in caso of death, their famhilias may rea
ceive from $2.n00 to $5,000' aording to
amount of certiflcate. This ii one ofrthe
beat plans of lire' insurance. You >a as
you go, just like fire inautance, arn with
more convenience evon, as you pay hy
small instalments during the year. We
refer to those beat acquainted with us,.
vi :enmbers in Fairmleld: (1. H. Mo
Mastor, Jas. A. Brice, Jo B.' Davis, D,
MoOreight. Jno. J. Neil, Thomas L. John
eon, 3. Oileniing, It, B Hanahan, I.
Meas avis, Jas. Q. Davis. ,Anv nou
hat should like to betonie a dco~br r will
Ootp2ly Ao 0,tC.A C T,