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TOWN AND COUNTY.
T&IUnSD.AY. Fobruary 24, : . 1881.
Txus op TiE Naws AND IEU .D.
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Wi.nsboro, S. C.
RAILOAD SCoHEDULIE.-Tho trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 11.40 a. in.;
south-bound, 6.15 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 8.88 a. in,; south-bound, 12.67
p. in. These arrivals are on tho basis
of Winnsboro time.
Low Prlces-J. M. Beaty & Co.
The Orahgeburg Democrat has re
c-vered from the effects 'of it-bi r ling
out, and now appears in a new and
handsome dress of type. The Demo
crat has always doie good service in
the cause of the people, and we are
pleased to know that its condition and
prospects are better than ever.
NOTICE TO CI.qs.-Thc Democratic
Clubs of the County are respectfully
urged to send forward at once their
quota of the fund to defray expenses
of the political prosecutions Some of
the Clubs have not yet responded, and
it is hoped they will do so fully and
promptly. T. W. WOODWARD,
EAnI.Y TEETII.-Johni W. Smith, a
colored nan, shows us a letter froin
his wife, living near Woodward's, tell
ing him that their child, fonir weeks
old, has flve teeth-one ey-Ctooth, two
stomach teeth and two jaw teeth. The
letter states that the child has -been ex
amined by Dr. Miller, and that tlie
teeth have been secn by him.
As will be seen by J. M. Beaty &
Co's advertizeinent, they are aIgents
for George A. Clark's "0. N. T."
Thread, iAnd they have had~ distrilbted
a great many spools througlout tlie
county. All persons having received
a spool are reqiested to thorougbly
test tihe sirength and smnoothness olf I.
Maniy of the best imachile collpanie;s
reccommeild it as being especiamllV
adapted to machino sewing, and use it
in preference to nil others.
YCNATION .--A repIor'ter of the
Charlotte Obser'ver. has1 been interview
inig several physicians of that city on
thle subject of vaccination. One phy-.
sicia~n said thart lie did not tink thme
neglect of veination was confined to
this section of the counmtryi, buLt thmat
tile North, cx cep~t Massachusetts, w as
-equally negligent oil the subject. In
Massachusetts, lie said, "the Board of'
Health can get anythling they p~lease
fr'om the Legislature." lie did not
believe in the theory that tile infection
should be repeated every seven year's,
because very few gr'ownl people who
have on1ce been vaccinated wvill''take,"
but thiere are a good many who think
they have been succeesfully infected
whenm they have not. A bad 'sorec is
not a sure indicat ion of successful vac
cination. Hie thlorghlt that vaccination
of infants at six weeks of age, as re
quir'ed by the German law, was pr'ob
ably the best plan, and that our popu
Jation was rather too sparse in this
country to render us dangerously lia
ble to an epidemic if' vaccination is
neglected. All the physicians seemed
to concur in the advisability of having
a general vaccination as a prudential
mecasur'e. They all agree that great
care must 'be had In getting proper
virus, Two of themn entertained con
flicting theor'ies on the subject, One
thougirt thbat Immediately from the
heifer was dangerous, while another'
* thought that from the adullts and eveni
floml infaunts, too, was subject to adul
2'IIE CO01YMBIA AHonIlNG M1ATCH.
A Lively and Pleasant Contest in.Coltmbna
-The Winnsboro Team Acquit Them
The Columbia ,Reg/aster gives an ac
count, of the bail and pigeon shooting
match which. took place on Tuesday
last. The team. entered were as- fol
WI nnsboro Team-H. B. McMaster,
D. Sally, J. W. Aiken, A. Wallace,
R . J. McCarnley.
Spar'tanburg Team--R. T1. arawford,
J. B. Patterson, J.. D. McCarley, II.
HI. Thompson, HI. D. Plowdlen,.
Columbia Tream -- T. II. Gibbcs,
'W. C. Fisher', M. C. Rober'tson, W. 11.
Gibbes, Fr'alk Hamptoni.
Scr'ub Team-W. J. D~eBr'uhl, W.. P.
Bookter', T'. A. McCreery,- McD.
Hamipton, John Taylor'.
The prizes were as follows: First
prize, $20;. second pr'ize, $10; third
The score stood as f'ollowvs: Whi 9
boro tenam, 41.;- 8par'tanhurig ;~
Colunmbia team,. 39;. Scrubn jinj hyo r
The above being 9j screeIJ na
ten balls eightceiUd as OSt
rotar'y tray" . F ' u s
Theg ith. ?ei) frpa
j a p rilt
behig divided between Messrs. M. G.
Sally, P.J. Sally and ,1. B. MoMas,
The next match was also a sweep
stakes, at five pigeons, twenty-out
Twenty-one gentlemen entered.
The first prize was a double-bar.
rolled shot-gun, won by Mr. U. II
McMaster, and the second, $5 In gold
won by Messrs. A. M. Wallace, Jacli
McCay and W. II. Gibbes.
Por tho next match, a sweepstakes
at three pigeons, there were seventeet
entries. The prizes were: First, $20:
second, $10; third, $5; won by Messrs,
MeD. Hampton, D. J. Sally and H. T,
For the last match, sweepstakes,
three balls, there were eighteen entries.
The prizes were: First, a gun case;
second, $9; third, $6. The first prlze
was won by Air. J. McCarley; thc
second by Mr. W. P. Bookter, and the
third by Mr. T. 11. Gibbes.
-Thos. James, Darlington, Eng.
land, says: The "Only Lung Pad" it
boling thoroughly tried here. One
lady has already received great hone.
fit, who has, suflered for years from
Brohchitis and Asthma, and conges.
tion of right lung.-See Adv. *
OUR Winter Goods are still being
sold at reduced prices to make room
A lot of Buist's Garden Seeds, just
ONION SETS, cic.
C O R N E R S TO R E.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
f UST ivecived, a lar?e !ot of cliec
G ( arJen Seeds olf all kind i.
Seed and eat-in Irish Potaitoes o
the choicest k inda. (ChIoic' laaui ly
Grocrie arrtiv ing~ daily, I have oh
lan ad a large Jot of best. qauality Sole
Leather, which wvill be sold at low
I ama paying highest )pices for D)rv
hlides. Give me a call.
W. HI. DONLY,
feb 12 On the ( ornaer.
0H-, YES! OH-, YES!
1 3HIE S'IONE MOUNTAiN CORN W H IS
.I RY has come and is still cotrning.
If you want good Whiskey and good
Sogara, call at
next door to W. Rl. Doty & Co. Hle koopa
the beat of everything. The beat Nat han'
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The best Gibson5
WVhiskey. The best Ten Cents Segar
Trhe best Five Cents Segar. And, abov<
all things, tho best Dinner far 40 cents.
And if you come into town between 11
and 1 o'clock, and are hungry, call al
Clendining's for a drink, and he will sel
up a free lunch for you. .Clendininf
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
-- -: 0:
VYstock ever purebased by us,
and which will be disposed of a t low
. Shoes, Groceries, Bridlos.
Saddles. Harness, Red Leather'
Harness Leather &e.
Wo-are not given to "BLOWV*
but enn truthfully say we aga
ing solid bargains, and w'
to see you-. TMS.
"O'CIA T ION. 'r
R E L I oeion ofbuenjiness me
their unitl toi prore etion,
FiHL o*' arels a fund, an y
eniih.. their IRne llis inay re. k
con sa $2go to $fi,I , aiccordinag io J hwi
n of eerrificate. TI~1.. :s one of theo j ea
Sna of liie in'irance-0 on pay an I w
go, just liko flro inisurance, anid w.ith '
i clonvenienico e.v'n, aR you pay liy d,
I instarmnts (during Who year. WVs j c('r
ro tLhoejo best acquainted' with "a, *n
immbors in F.'ir.;oid. G. Ii. Mc. t'a
or,. Jen. A. B'io.', Jtio 1'. Da*'i, D. ~a a
'Iennikon,. J. %rgenheimir, J. -'V. Ri
raight. Jso. J. Ndl, Thornsr.. Johni. f ak
J- Clendining, R,-.B lansliah, k.jwaa
an Davis,'Jaa. .Q. .I~avie.. Any' eo
should like to becnme a flnfrbe r "ill
y to' . 0, C. DACOT,
) a a a'
. q m pq
me t s ilu ni x ei n e
Q!mn ndaenw ed. od l
tl fhuecrofrswr . We
o lo mid rrn e ens w h th
do awmls ofunsbu i nlm
.-Noo a aate ti d toW ar p e
1 t do ll ind o Wok.- Per on
na toh av oktk onss reaire
te-m l-ao lnilingwil d-4e)
e imN-fromit bf IZr.giin out cn 1
'I Draw -n 4-n ndsecletin
ecilly Wear veseditiai the ;e
a ad afs 1 the ay c -t
nvw or inth S uth Al w rk Ma
- ORCLL& ..
Salealid Feed Stlau,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
A S 880has passed away, I am
A thankful for the past favors be
stowd onl me by my customers of
Chaeter, oancaster and Fairfield coun
UIes, and nmust say that I have QOj
lected exceedingly well, notwithstand
Lug the dry Peason and short crop . I
now invite them to come, and I will
MttZES AND M0hRS
)n time until fll, upon their making
ne good papers. I also Invite Vash
buyers, as I can sell to theni as low as
'he lowest for Cash.
I DEFY COMPETITION.
Jan 1. WILLIFORD.
. W. HABENICHT'8.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
P. W. HABENICHT'S.
THE GREAT INDIAN
THEf GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
F, W. HJAUENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HA.BENICH T'S.
GENUINE IMiPORTE!D /
ft8S! GROCERIES I
U~GA RS, assorted'. Cofrees, R~io,
Laguvraand Old Gov. Java.
adO!Gov.- Java 1Roisted.
ts, BlaCk, Imperial, Gungovo~
I Yonug H~ysog..
DANNED GOODS .
oars, ?eaches, J Inoppgfes, l.
oes, Salmon, Co-rned% Beef, Deviled IL
n and Turkey, Sardines, &c. tir
achrionI and Cheese, Glnger Pre- a
es,Ph, Ihead Oat M(eaI, Coopet
itine. Mu'stard,- Black Popper and D<
fi~1 G atene, Cros & Black. re(
'a Cho# Chiov,. $nirie Chw
i, Assorted Pjeklgg,' e6&ff
J. F. MoMASTEfl & 00O'
IA~h tee fseveral standard e'
pled. I will aiaO' heepa large C
'y oftAcid' Pho phafe. Pa ties will gy
i to' give me a call befoo makindo
nges elsewbere- I will *lay ie ng er
i best market price for a ttenre
SPECIAL inducoments to custoner
It will pay to examine and price ot
stock of 1)rss Goods, Flanvels, .Cas.
sineres, Jeans, Blankets, and all othel
goods, as they will be sold cheap. We
asl5 the attention of the ladies to ou
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS,
whlh will be closed out at LOW1
CLOTHING AT hOTTOM FIGURES.
A small lot of Carpetin, wbich
will be closed out at BA RGA INS.
McMASTER, BRICE & KETCHIIN.
ESTABLISH ED 1519.
(WoUND ON WHiTE SPooLS.)
GEORGE A. CLARK,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Since the introduction of this Spool
Cotton into the American market., it* Roe
cess has been unproeed ntod. No other
brand of thread haa ever mot with the
same amount of public fav. r in the same
qpace of +im.
The "O. N. T " manufacturors wvero the
first to recognizo the importance of the
Sewing Machino and to make a six-cord
cotton, which has over been the rocog
nized standard for machinen.
All the improvements in mnchinerv
that thn inventive genius of the nine.
teeth century has produced have bncu
adapiOt by'the nianufneturora of -O.N.T.
At all fho.,great Intornational Fairs of
the world, 40...N. T." hat; boon awtardod
the highest honors.
. .. . T." iactories at N k,
N. J., and Paisley, Scotland, oniploy
5,200 operatives- mako sufficient thread
daily to go around the world four ti.anes.
Consume 140 tons of coal duily.
The manufacturers of "0. N. T." att
the latgest mannfactrers of Spool Cot.
ton in the worl..
A full assortiment of this Spool rotton.
can be had at wholesalo and retail Iat J. M.
BEATY & C's. feb :2' tsiUm
CURE I BACR AUHE
And all diupenson of the kidneyc, Blddder
and Urinary Organs by 1/ohring the
lillproved Excelsior Kidney Pad
It is a marvel foi- healing and relief.
BfL1PLE, SENSIBLE, DIRECT, PAIN
It cures where all also f ails. A Reve
latiort and iRevolutjin in Medioine. Ab.
oerption or direct aPiflientioen, as opposed
o utlsatisfactory internal medicine,. .Bend
or ciy treatise on Kidlney tronules, sont,
ree. This is the Originaj an d Genuine
~Idney Paid. Ask for itandl (alo noe other
At whole-sale in Chatloston, 8. 0., by
)owie & Moiso. WVoleoale Druggists.
told by druggists, or sont. by mail, on re
eipt of rice. $2. 4ddress
T le "uIf" rn pad C0.,
dec 14 ua~s Book etoitMich.
I'oaanres ifyi~ to ts virturswa
nTh Dies aintio hyate uradtie
'onal and heurn boeok,"heo M Cin
fear. Snts fre.
t ho esaeify Cato tn virtu ,b
vie ca bie. WolceaDn Cgred.
ol d bDruior on etriy~ais
Ts b l "On~s ly" lin ad CoAW.
ialiamdsu book, ~Pteit Mio'hn
Fr hoehj irug Cardledicn, .,b
fAS& TR iL, Bhlesone. Borax, ay
/oc byn Perus , Lo et by. maih on
mes~ cf,r u $2u. Em, by f- rpa
WilnimP iee, Detnohid, Mi.
ninF'ets, Dre ard MCda e
d. Gun P.rwde 13let, on;a I7.
d Beank Pepper, Mahinepti, c.Juth 4
e. T R , $di' I S rEn'sTCIN.s
Y STOCK of Furniture, which w
cst according to quality, and foi
Remember that all ny goods are warri
Furniture elsewhere- thon come to the
best selection and can buv cheaper. B
Way. Blvthewood, White Oak, Woody
and Yoi:k. This is a recommendation
A new supply of Window Shades, 1
Frames, Chronos, Hat Racks, and Boo
The largest supply of Tin Chamber E
ber Suits. Call and see them. A new
any. Don't Buy a Mahinoe mnerely bec
It and likes it. Remnenber thtI most c
puffed have but little merit. The one
time and vexation is noiseless, ru
it. Remember jhe dold Medal was aw
over eighty competitor4. I can refer v
always given enti re satisfaction. Rev'r
8ash iFactorv. All orders entrueted to
theolowest pries. Furniture neatly rei
repared to make to order. Limnber at
ng.Machine Needles and attachments (
me. Don't fail to call before purchasii
ELEGANt IN FINIH,
AND IN FACT
Th My Perect Iahue MI4 o.
A. & A. G. AfLF09,
o.2- South Calvort Stroot,
REMEMBER TllE PLACE OF
ELadck & Bro.
'THEY are closing out their entire
WNTE DMSS GdOms
of all decscriptions at expecially low
CLOTHING I CLOTHING ! I
To make room for our Rpring Goods,
we will close out all Heavy Wool Gar
ments, consisting of Suits and Over.
30ats, regardless of' their value.
rhich we will also close out equally
A call for inspection is cordially in
Ited and satisfaction gnaranteed i
1' LANb1tCKENi & BRUY.
R. WV PHILLIPs, Agt wfna, a
r hiSII Garden Seed und daion' O.t4
11 be the largest, handsomest and chieap'
-design aiT work manship unequaled.
mited to be as represented. Price your
first.class store where you will have the
ear In mind that I ship goods to Ridge.
'ard's, Blackstock, and as far as Chester
of the quality and price of my goods.
rail Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
k Shelves, cheaper than the cheapest.
ets, made to imatch Cottage and Cham
supply of Sewing Machines as good as
ause your mother or your neighbor has
f the maCbines that are most largely
you want is the onle that will save you
na light and ivill last a long timo. I Iave
t rded to ono of the Machines I represent
on to many that are using it, and it has
tember that I am agpenit for a Door atid
me will have prompt attention and at
maired at moderate pricos. I am also
d Shiigks for sale at spiall profits. Sew
mid parts of Machines can bo had through
g elsewhere. R. W. PHILLIP8.
- Amentp for DAZA-R PATTERNS,
I A r
A e 11"e-a to give ou attentiolt
. il the future entirely to Planta
tion Suphlies amd Fertilizers, we oOerO
tle confteiss of otur Dry Goods and
Clothiig Store at cost, as we intend to
jffIVeup thiat part o.t' olr business.
bes~foGoodsq must be sold, and for
cash on delivery'. Now is your time
Black Casmeres at New York cost.
Colored Cashmneres at Now York
Black Alpacas at New York cost.
Colored Alpacas at New York cost.
All kinds of Drcss Goods at New
Trimming Satins (all shades) at
Neow York cost.
A full line of Casslmcrcu at N'ew
Water-proof Cloths at New York
Table Linen at New-York coat.
Napkins at New York cost.
Doylles at New Yor~k .cost.
Towels at Newv York cost.
BUTTTONS I BUTTONS I
Lndies' and Gents' Nos'ery, Under
vear and Gloves; all at .Newv Yor
B~uv your Spring and Snmineor
3r'esses, .lnconmets, Swiss, Victoria
Awns. Linen~s, Cambirics anad ?du
ngs, a Inertigs to trimi themn witi
WIl at New York~ eost.
We have no0 space tod enumnrrn fm'
her. We wanit to eu OIlt everything
of usually kenat ini a Pfantion" -Sup,
T ISjj 13 N0 J1UMRgJTa.
Call and prices will convice von.
ndc he sure anid bring the CAS1 , ag
o goods will be chmarged.
F- E14der a
TOP BUG G128~
HAVE in stor8 a pg Jo of asogt
-los, whip1h i offpr M4 teo iga oe
h dr get ~pp&, Call, and exami4 . ."
el1t( rygwn o u rnt