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OWN AND COUNtY.
TURDAY, Kareh 13, I 1 .* * 1881.
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ItAr.ilAD SCIEMU.UE.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.18 P. in.
south-bound, 5.30 p. im.; niorth-bouid
freight, 8.54 a. in.; south-bound, 1.15
p. in. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
$uw Advert isements.
Five Cent Counter-John L. Mim
New Spring Goods -P. Landecker &
Clerk's Sale-W. H. Kerr, Clerk.
-Farmers are speeding the plough
when they are not hauliig guano.
-Some of the housekeepers are
braggiing about haVing pens i.
-Don't fail to make sonic improve
ments oi the fiarmis this year.
-The Clerk of Court still ihas plenity
of work in registering liens. Tle
mminber ipl to date is about 1,100.
-Tle public roads have been work
ed iin some parts'of the county. Ti
County Commissioners are doing all
they can to keep up ood highwaas.
-- utiles and iineiat are qUite -i i t
ranpae. in the mnatter of* prhce<.
- C',n1:nnel( Io trinil vo11r -1 rif!,h r
-Shad b1.Ne sltuck 0-.e on
piice demanded i one.( el', .r i
q iarier per pair.
--Lntseanin po u jnw mv
a first-rate tilime 1,0oreveryb vody to fals:
there is li il to eal, thev Sw.
-.I'. Garti,'ld di Inot isaOaint
any Fairfield man by leavi ing hii in out
of the new Cabinet.
-Judge Fraser is ani elder in the
Presbyterian church and lie lis a soi
who is a nilimister in that (hlrhell.
-A witty bur:lar w'lo broke ilto
An editor's house says the only thin.
lie struck was a matel.
-The garden seed trade this season
has been qluite active ; there should be
no0 scarcity of vegetables this year.
-A new post-office has been cstab
lished1 ini the Jenikinisvilhe neighbor..
hood, under the namie of Wallac~eville.
--Th'lere hasn't beeinimuchi oif a rush
of cotton to market here this week.
The price is not so very' templt ing to
thle fhrmiers'-and there isn't any great
abundance of cottonl lef't, either.
-A big f'rost killed early vegetationi
on the 12th of Machl last yeari. You
had better blanket your peas1.
-It has been decidled tl'at dentists
are exempt from .jur'y duty in this
State ; that is, they can draw but they
are not to be drawn.
-Read what Vennor' says about the
-weather foi' March. Don't swap ol
yo ur overcoat or dr'aw off your flain
nels just yet.
-J. J. Hemphill, Esq., of Chester,
has been elected medal orator of the
Eunphenian Society of' ErskinieCollegeu,
at the anniversary celebration, du tring
the next Conmmencemnent exercises.
-Trial Justices can not compllaina
that "business" is dull. Lit iganits in
these tribunals seem to be quite nui
mnerous, and con stable are co nsidera
bly on the ide.
-The Richmond and McElrefth Dra
matic Tr'oupe is plamying at the T1hes
pian Unll. Thelir p~erformaifnce is stid
.to be very creditable indeed.
--Next Thursday is Saint Patrick's
Day--the nativity of the good old pat
ron saint of Ireland, who banished
snakes from the "ould coontry';" but
left plenty of whiskey ther'e.
-Among the graduates of the State
Medical College, Charlestoni, at, the
ter'm just ended, is Dri. Marion K.
Scruggs, son of Mr. C. H. Scruggs, of
this coutnty.. -
--Messrs. P. Landlecker' & Broe. an
nounce that their new stock of spring
goods8 is nowv arrlying, and they invite
a call fr'om thoir customers anid the
public generally. Their stock has
been selected with special reference to
the needs of this market, and it wvill
be found at once full and varied.
-The Rev. Josiah Obear, Rector of
the Episcopal churches at. this p~ince
and Rildgeway, has, uponi the sugges
tion of the vestry', concluded to take a
rest from his pastoral dluties for a few
weeks. His health has been r'ather'
feeble of late, and the relief from dut y
wvill be of sereat beiefit to him. Ill's
many friends ini our1 commiiunityv unite
in the wvish that lie. may sooni be restor-.
8(d to health and to the duties of his
--MIr. Jno. L. Mimnaugh, o f'the "Au
gusta Store," calls spleelal attention to
his Five-cent Couniter, on which he
has numerous articles wvor'th a great
deal more. He has also a lot of gil
ano1-hor'ns, which lhe offers at thb low
x. price of twenty-flye cents each. lIn
- addition, he has 0on hand his usiual
Sstock of dr'y deeds, notions etc., whzh
. will well. repay ai . iispection. Read
)hs neavrhenn and then gIve
*hfoi a cat vgeVin~i .hand.
morow evIenig at 76 o'block, by tho.
ieW. J.: l. Entzininger. - The publio
are cordially invited to attend.
A OALL FOR 'MRt. CIMAmit.-Th1
Associate Reformed Church lit this
place has deeldnt to present a call the
to Nov.'J.T. Chalmers of Charlotte, N.
C., f6r his services as pastor, and it Is
understood that he will accept the
samne. It will be presented at the next
meeting of Presbytery In April, and
after that ttme he Vill make his home
in Winnsboro. Mr. Chalmers has just
completed his course of theological
study in Union Seminary in New'
York city, and has been loboring,.for a
short while in his father's congrega
tions in North Carolina. The na
nlInity of the call is the highest evi
de ce of his acceptability to the church
in is place. We are glad to have
himi among us and hope he may have
many yeats of usefulness and happi
ness in Winnsboro..
GoNie N mo txco.-The Rev. Neill
E. Pressly. MissIlowiy of the Associ
ate Rleforined Church to Mexico, left
this place on last Monday for Taipico,
where he will resume his labors. Ie
has spent some six weeks in visit inmig
his relations and friends in this State
and North Carolina, and takes back
with him to Tampico Mrs. Pressly,
who retunied to this county last. sum
mer. They will speId a (el days at
Due West in Abbeville county, and
will then stirt for New Orleanis, from
which pleo they expect to sail about
the 13th instant. Mr. Pressly ha
closely iipplied himself to the st udy of
the Spanish laniguage, and speaks it
about a1s fluetlv Its Eihii. Last
yeair lie found time to trans4late tie
Shorter Catechism i mnto Slpaniisi. for the
use of is school. It will be pub
lished before long- by the A. Rt. Synod.
Little Jemne lloboronglh, the daug h-.
ter of 31rs. Pressly, did not Itabminpa
ny them, but will pe'riih)w go out niex1.
fall. We wish tlem a Safe trip k:ed
imanV years of suctess inl their 1fA),'
TI s W on .- :it
1w1 -p,-r 1 publo - . 1 Vd .I r 1
For ilelim Jori 1" Vid .uIi. H. . 1. . 1p
B. titi M .1 IV Gdn I. Jo. EllIott, 11.
FLor Iltrile-.I:. \" t h . Iomti v
Cinlli-ot (pll, hmn Wd.r
F'or Intrferin whith3In~u V ofElep
tiu-laaha W. G.~lt .and . R. Ma
Hllmbix%. 111. C. GoYie H . \l;!
M. a jtucs,. C.J
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ley, t. W adrae .i.Lc
Wl?iee iMiladen, T.e K.~m Elaiot: H.
O'geabe, .A.. lRyn lia B
Ior In.ter~aerin wmith U.. I~s Comml
siognr-oran~ BaMuloug and J. J.ai
(ll, hcolored.nlnisae .M
For '.V.Lrauderhile, 31anar olec
toisioW. bE. wacuy and cost W. thes
case iThr1,0te90,no aWin aes--G. C.
cT sarner Unil -Scal Comssion
tie exainedw frn disharer the
trowing peron, butairged witheariou
ol'ence under othe Eleroion cows m.
K.mnr webb Wi.. Bown Ci~ harhles B.
Dougelaprou Jon oharpes last Wicer.
Whil we eelr Jame Q. favirtu tol
challenedy uWiamllienmped, weill
W.y that, withn yo. lei'leri, J.eD
willaeo, u JameseW. Boick Wm.l Don
Thh tota a d charyedb ti
faomissiner fwo work. i thse
ses oismd,00 90,nd hi an tave.g tofc
wilhe fpPrwes or te Prent aYear
Meipsrs.~ Eitors G t as beein s~ ome
gree sncthe spr oithe isne avoe
taoibled you, ut ooce badly-bu tee
sowno. oe oe ioribrothery oodt
frimeaTere ws tsahat whewei o
ar ni ble to romphi ete th him tyet
we fleel proumd f ourucanst-in-ar.
We are afeelI Inomiehato thirfu toe
chalrenge Comp anrme evoting wtl
sayh tatt wioth ou tpercmion oe
wlil bepot lie suc.ness net hayltal
anlfoaiethou' v abitsr we, un-l1)
faoraeble t wite for. wiio. a see
wtili e, fewerm hortnses e fromia quat
cupet yearnic. 'Ouri oiegin t look nu
geenth prtin jg sowig. his atgood
stiIand. d \Vhea lioks i ba -u lt e
htealsth ligad oing g r bu noodn
1fruit 'yer. Ther thelaesn State
amingafolimoth stopmt hi rt and
Wetvi~ .~. e aebloist ou i)ilicight
'atwheewrigt ad allk gradsof'i'imen
les te litei iclned ~ to hink he
anxpsst impan lare Tdehvotig'o
enuoceni to e the enilm.o
iskVerby~n polities toes tey aotp
The A tlhas gr onhui t laking at
abn frod chne the heabill we willbl.
cient t convic. The o ta ha
BTATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA,
COUNTY O.F FAIBFIELD.
James D. Fraiser,' Paltiff, vs. Rosa
8. Law, Roberta J. Law, Jal' o
N pursnance of on order of the Court
- of Common Pleas, made in the
above stated ease, I will offer for sale,
before the Court llcuso door Inl Winns.
boro, on the -trst Monday inl April
next. within the legal hours of sale, at
public ototery, to the highest bidder,
it following-described property., to
All that p)ece, parcel Or tract of
Ilnid, lving and being in the County of
FaiirIleld and State ot South Carol'ina,
itMate abont one mile northeast from
thle town 'of Winnlsboro, contadinling
sWiENry ACIS, 111010 or less, and(
bounded byv lands4 of I leury Li. Elliott,
Francis E lder and David f. Flemniken.
TEIMS OF sA.E:
One-third of the purclase-moner to
be paid in cash, for tle balance a cred
it of one and two years from the (a
)f sale, the purchaser 'o give his bond
Ind a mnortgage of the property to se
mure the payment of the purchase
noney, aid to pay for 'all necessary
napersI. W. 11. KERR,
Clerk's Ofice, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winnsbor-o, S. C.,
March 10. 1881.
ME P Nl G DS.
P G - Di
ai DIflEW STOCK
OURt NEW STOCK
,OUR NEW STOCK
IS A RRIVING.
* IS ARRIVING.
COME AND SEE US5.
COME AN D SEE US.
COME AND SEE US.
COME AN~D SEE US.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
P LAND)ECKER & BRO.
I YBUGIS ndSPRINGL
___ icO for gfood papers.
TPop 1ttnggis............ 6.00
.Square ioady, Three
Sprinig Wagon~1, two
S.portinig WVagon, two
Material anmd worknmnshilp
waranld.A xles are Sheldon'sP'
Ao ichior briand i1. Shutler's Sprinmgs1~
and atenit wvheels. I have also~
~ a full line of 'Harniess andY'
Opp. Dunlevy & Fant's.
H A RNE S.
Tj HE lIriu. of F. ELDERI & CO. is dim,
I. solved1 by mutu-il consent. to takec
e~ffe'ct f rom Februiary 17, 11*1. F. Elderm
rLumH-: al~l the liabiliri'-s. and ism alone
ihlorized~ .0 si.,n in liquidation.
R M. HIUEY.
I will contmnue thao business heretofore
'an'in on by F. Elder &CoI. at theold(
lian . nna solicit ia cosntinulane' of' the
ilr ipatr a.vg .eret,,fore be-towed.
.ll prenar~ in lebte-l either to mysilf
or F. Eler & Co on past due notes 0r
ac3onn'O ro re notified that they will
be give~n thiirty (IayQ in which to settle,
afit r t'mt. imo suit ill be entered against
then) Nobody --blinck or whbite. r'ioh (in
poor, will be madeo an exception.
maro 2 F. ELDE~R.
RIESH IIardln Seed und Onion 8ets
McMASTER, BRlICE & KETCHIN.
illrrall toir Ur llowsl
KH, YESI 01H, YES
HETr ST ONE MOUNTAIN CORN WIIIt
KEY has come and is still comin i
If you want good Whiskey and goo
SegarA, CalI at
next door to W. R. Doty & Co. l kee
the beat of evorything. The best Nathan
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The best Gibson
Whiskey. Tho best Ten Cents Sogn:
The bAt Fivo Centa Segaar. And, abov
all thingr-, tho best Dinner for 40 conti
And-if you come into town between I
and 1 o'clock, and are hungry, call a
Clendining's for a drink, and he will s<
up a Irco lunch for you. Clondinin
keeps a moral and a quiet honne.
wokmn an r o eayt o
* ~ 0
kid o ouecrpnerswok
hav aso ad a rragmnsiht
lea in sw mll t trais nawih uu
be. 8 na.1atrti dt eaep
pae ogoaflknso0 wr.Pro
desiing o live ld hnnesrepared
contmplae buldin , wil dowellto
nn .tmat frmn eoegvn ntco
tvcaDaig plnQn pcfetn
a secaly.Wear v rse inalten
styls ad ens o theday Cotr
0ake anwhr lath ot . Al o
JOH H.PURELL& B -s.
' uldf adCotacos
tah 1'i- e e) -
JIM undersigned begs to inform the
publio of Winnsboro and Fairfield
county, that he has established himself
in the building fo~rmerly occupied by
Salin, Wolfe, for the purpose of con
(uCti1ng a first-class Dry Goods, Coth
Ing, Boots, Shoes, Jats, Caps, Trunks.
t Ladies' and Gents' Notions Es ablish
ment. By strict attention to business,
politeness to one and all, ie hopes to
merit the patronnge of the pubiic.
ENT.%\ n J,1i" ED 1412.
-100 BROAUVAY, NEW YORK,
in tie intro inetion of this spotrol
-'o o- hi. 7in' t...- Amwr1 4 :?, m v.r f. ts mite
-o-n h-rn nipretI n'e 1. Now o-1ter
t':r a 1e I .%t 11. 9 ' t W .l I '
-I:n t -.1 I 1i li . ia - r inl l' 9: t
0.e -0 N . ninn fcin te were the
1ir1:t It) I (e9g l ' 1 1,4! iII mhtu ilt e of the
mwill M11e ilie aInd lo 1111to I aSix -Cor
cniton, which has ever been fihe recog
nizal( standairdl for numchines.
All the improvemeut in mnchinrv
thati. th't in ventive genins of tho Miae
teeth centur * has pro 1Iced lurve e)en
adapted h. the manufneintersof "O.N.T.'
At '! - grealt Intrat'itional Fiairq of'
the. wrld. ''O. N. T." it!; beuji aw ardcd
th. htighest honlors.
The .N. T." fa1'ori at Newar1.
1(on in th wt ~orI
'i I full 4 a 9sr'inen1t of tis y5 o Cotton. e9~
(1V he bal at w 191 rt11 i t. .\ M
WINNSBORO, S. C.
A thaniikfuil ft' the pas't fivors be
stlowed on men by my enistointers oft
Chester. Lanencister' and Fairftield coumn
ties, and( nuiist snyV t hat I have col
lected exCedinugly well, nOt withlst and
ing the dry~ seasoni anid short crops. I
no0w inivite themI to 0come, and( I will
MULES AND HORSES
on1 iie until fall, upon thelir making
me good papers1'. I also invite (t'ash
Ibuyers, as 1 canu sell to themn as lowv as
the lowest for' Cash.
I DFY COMPETf1TION.
TIHE PE PLE'S
lE LiEF ASSOCIATION.
r 'HISi n ssoci.ationt ofhbusine.ss fuen,
whfr their mnutual pr9otction,
contribute to" ardis ai fund. s0 asM
In case of death. their fam lives may re
ceivo from S2.9.00 to $5,II ", according to
amflounft of cerliflcato. This is one ot the
best plans of' h~te inlen19nnee. "0on pay as
you1 go. jusat liko fire Iinsutrineo, antd with
more con venee ev'n, as yon paly by
small instalments during thle year. We
refer '.o thoso best acqulaintedl with us,
'*iz : miemibers in F.'.iriield: G. 11. Mc
\ta'iter, .Jns. A Brie9, Jno B. Davi'., D.
R. Flenniken, B. Sugnheimer, J. .
MeCreight. Jno. J1. Neil, Thomas r,. John.
son. J. Olenditing, It. B Hanahan, It.
Me'anR Davis, .Jaan. Q Davis. Any one
that abould like to bet nine a memnbe!r will
apnly to G. 0. BACOT,
nt 2 Agent
- IE ulndersigned having putrChased59 the
a.- stock in (:ado0, recently owned by
as A. 1'. Mil er. proposes to sell tl.e same at
>r and below Original cost, lie offers French
nt Cantly at thirty-tivo cents per pound.
i. Ladies' Baukots at cost, 1)olls -arnd 'Toys
is bI .w cost.
'W JUST RECi1I VED,
'k and always on han 1, Fresh Danan is. Or..
angeR, Lemn-n, Apples. Cakes and Breads
of different kcin.ds.
J W. AIKEN.
.3a0- Bread, good and fresh, always en
Y STOCK of Furnit nre, whichlp wi
es 0 tevordinf to (litlity, and I
Itemnember that ll mv oods are wairra
Fur ili re (.llhere.then cme to lihe
best selectioll and cni luv eliroier. II
waY. llvthewood. Vhi te' O:.k, Wm, dw
and York. This,- is aI reconinembiti
A iw stipply of Wiclow Shads.
Frames. Chromu' os, I ii t elti ks, nti d 114o1
The( hogesst suipple ot'Ti Chamber S
ber Sulits. Call find( see them. A newx
anl. I)4;1't But% aI N1hih iemerciv hee;
it and likes it. 1Re11ilber Ihiat 1 0114
puffied have buit little mlerit. The one(
littne and Vexat ion , is noiseless, r',
it. Remember tie Cold Medal was aw
OVerP eiglit y (0oml (WIii tr<. I canl refIer v
always~ given enitire saIliietiou. Ri
Saslh Flt ory. All orde(rs entrusted to
I the Iowest prices. Furniture eat0ly rel
e)pr)IIed it Inake to order. I. tilhr l
ng Mabinie Needles an(d attachmienitts it
me. Don't fili to call before pirchzasinl
mA w REI
. WINDING BOBBIN.
ELZGANT IN FINIKII,
AND IN FACr
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
Gouth Calvert Stroet,
THE! CEL .RATED
F. WV. HIABENICLIT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICH T'S.
THE~i" GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDiAN
THlE GREAT INDIN;
F. W. HIABENICHT'S.
.F. W. H AB3ENICHT'S.
F. W. HIA1BENICHT'S.
F. W. HIABENICIT'S.
F. W. HADENVI1HT'S.
F W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HIABENICHT'S.
JUST t'eceived, a large lot of choice
P)Garden 6eeds8 of all kinds.
Seed arid eatling Irish Potatoes of
the choicest kinds. Choice Family
Grocerles arriving dailv. I have on
hiand a large lot of best quality Sole
ILemb er, which will be sold at low
I am paying highest prices for Dry
Hides. Gi.ve me a call.
W. H1. DONLY,
b1 be the flrgt.est, ts-. nod eip -
design n Pid waot u m :. t' . in
II'ed to be a4 r-e. PI PI l cour
It~t-entsi~ store whv i o ' . '. i h O ! .
"lir ill minld that 1 .i! ir .s t > Ridge
,f* filto q:liv 'v : 0 fi tI m wId ,
ll l'oelIsP'. Ba'lVck-'. 2.Jirro 3 ur
tile your other~ IIrl ioor m imehn
conl w:mtt I ilhe (me ilimt wv: 11 e io6
I., lighrlt flnet will Ll.! t lo: :- time . I bL.
tlrded to (ne of tI he %w.hi! I repre.Cen
mu to 111an tha.t 1;1.( u 3 l i) 1 i1 h:214
ember ihnait I -Ilm% e. :i - a I , 'ot m li
mite will have pir' mitd !it .1* j et.m $; I d i t
nirNedIlt. i l r f . r111v mi n 1 1jgo
:1 Shigh:I for sale al slmlIl profit,. Sew
(d panets4 of Mlnehines 1en13 be b1:4 I I irolghl
etx. . Hsewbe* ILLI. W
11VlI . N . / u -
Asonts for BAZAR. PATTENTS,
FRESH GROIEIRItS I
UG A I1S. nrssorte'l. Coffies, lho,
,1112) L "nam and Old Gov. Javal.
I?'o 1mid Ol (ov. *avn Oldrd.
Telts, I lnck, Iipet'.l, unpowdec
and Young H yson.
Penr'e, Peachesi, Pi2n.pples. To
m ratoes, Sailhnon.)I Corned Iteef, Deviled
Gcltnline, ALlnard(, llck Pepper and(
Bald( . sin Ca'ztsttp. Crs & flinek
Chow, Assortedi Picklesi, Lea & Por
rin's W~orcestersire Snutc..
J. F McMASTEJ1 & 'J0.
F ilR 311 SUPPLY
*()[ New Criop NEWV URLEiANS
MOLASES best. in tho naar:.et, and(
syrtups of all gr'ades.
A fine assortinent of
Also, at good quality of OAT MEAL,
In five pound 1:ackages
GIVE ME A CALL
D. I1I FLE1YNIKEN6
WU E, have now in store the large
TVstock ever purchased by nte,
and which will be disposed of at low
Dry Goods, f
Shoes, Groceries. Blridle's.
Saddles. liarness, Rled Leather,
Harness Leather &o.
We are not given to "BLO1 G,*
but can truthfully say w#e are offer
ing solid bargains, and will be glad
sept20 .G. DESPORTE8