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"OWN AND COUNTY.
-InOSDAY, M ieo 1't t I 1 1161.
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! Wi.nsboro, S. C.
RAILROAD SCHlFDULE.-The train.
-iow pass Wiinsboro as follows:
North-bound passeiger, 12.18 p'. m.
south-bonid, 6.30 p. it.; north-bound
freight, 8.64 a. n.; south-bound, 1.15
p. In. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
- ow Advertleements.
Sheriff's Sale-J. D. McCarley, S.
Municipal Election-E. S. Chandler,
-The Grand Lodge of the Knights
of Honor ill South Carolina will conl
ven at Yorkvillo early next anmth.
-The Charlotte people have reasonu
to be proud of their daily, the Obserr
er--wli we considelr decidedly on1e
of' tile hest papers Oil oe exchalge
m r the finlecting of C e
'1 V F 4 . t . !lilt1) O?.?-I I.
r11 i :~~ ii I.L-to I'Vlb1o liizh~ t.
is lmpurtiant that1 evv.ry mei r he
prom ly 13 oil hiad at [Ihe hoti. Nxed
-Thle Spartanhurg and Asheville
Railroad will be Sold at. public ontcry
at Spartanburg Court llous~e on ihe
first Momay in April. We think of
buy i ig it.
-Coloil Thompsoni is tirying I, t
make ar--1 rangemenlits to have thell ,,
metto Regillmm parlle for. tlie firlst
time at the CowNllels cenitenial, which
takes place inl May.
-The CitiW.enis' CrnIiiel. luall is re
, forganizing, anid we hope it will soou
reach Ile same d(Iegree of profie-iollen
that formerly made it )o .f th o 1s
buand, in the State.
John Lane wVas
f(iends sili.e rely Iopl' (1m4t e nu.
80011 be restored to pertect hial ih.
See the noti.-e of the imuniicipa)1
election puiblished~ ini anther~i column11
We presume .there will be in (due timi
a meeting to make a Democreatic non11i
nation for' Intenadanlt and Waiueni.
-The Gordon L.ighit Infiitry tar
considlerinlg the propr'iety of suabs itu.
ing llumesO for' pompons01 in their' parmi4
caps. This would be quite an ii
provemet to their already hanadsomi
Colonuel Thompson has alppointe1
John P. Arthur, Esq.. of' Columnbi
to be adjutant of tihe Palmetto Rleg
mont, with the rank of' captainu. TI
appointment will give general sati;
-Mr. B. Stugenheimier has retiurne
from tihe North, whither hec went I
lay ini his spring supl1y of goods. TI
new stock n ill soon be ready for i
sp~ectionl, and it wvill pay people to en
at his establismnent.
-Ma'. Juo. L. Mimnnaugh has ju
received a lot of' the "Model shirt
which lhe is selling at tihe low price<
one dollar eachu. He has now on har
in addition to his usual stock of di
goods, a lot of cofifees, sugars anid in
lasses. His ne0w advertismelCnt, wi
* full particulars, wvill appear inl the no:
issueO of THrE NEWS AND 11 ERALD.
-The Columbia people don't see
to favor local taxation for Pub]
* schools. At a meetinug of tihe tax pa
ers held on Tuesday, to consid
the question of levying a tax of o1
mill for a Graded School, there was b
-a small attendance, and the motion
levy the tax was lost by tihe followha
vote: Nays, 66; yeas, 35; scattering,
-The Act of Febr'uary 20, 18f
amlenldedi by tile Act of last sessio
provides thlat it shall not 1)e lawful
hunt deer' between the first day
Marcih and the first day of Septemnb
and that it shall tnt be lawful to hu
or~ sell any wild turker', plartridIge, dou
wvoodeock or~ phe(aant betweent
15thb duay of Mlarch and the first. day
Cur MIErrrNo.-Thle Democal
-Club will meet to-nlght foi the pur pc
Of comle~ltinig prellminaryi' arranl
-ments for' tile enisuing. terni 01" con
Members are garnestly requested to
-present regardless of the wveather.
- R. MEANs DAVIS,
-THE IIAMtPTON RIFLE GUARtD.-M
election of'.. officers of the Hamnpt
Rifle Guard, of Ridgeway, was hr
on theo 15th inst.., with the folowi
Captain+,Chas. E. Thomas.
*First Liettenant-W. G Ilinnant
econd Lieutenant-A. F. RtullY
first Sergeant-8. F. Cooper'.
.' econd Sjnrgeant-,-W.eM C~*(olemi
Corprals-Robrt unI ,'
dmtnds J.C. Stewart
BY EPEN,. HEoRYUD,
saw them coming down the walk-,
His Arr was round her and I hean
l'he hum of low and tender talk;
80 IVI canht not aly word.
FpicM ower beside the path
And tut it in her shining ailr.
-v brain Whirled in a sudden wrath;
What right had he to put it there?
What right had he-a smooth-face(
To rob miy life of all most dear?
My heart led in a sudden joy
Wheni something whispered in in
h 1), fool I to let him win away
The love vou prize, nor'lift youi
S hanid 1
Oiq blow will thrust him from youw
"venog is something sweet ain
' grand I
Howi,trange that scene! How welri
,His hovish face, her shining ede, I
11Ihe luoonlight mocked at ine and
I deard the owl's forebodins cries!
Vle bent and kissed her rose-sweet lips,
What happened then? My brain wti
flash of steel-a crv! iHe fell,
And fiinting spoke her iame and
iat will (he end be? Oh, I know.
'ee a scaflbd, grim and bare,
d faces, cager, white, below;
hear the solemn sound of 'prayer!
I then, ah, then I I dare not think I
litidder in a strange aifright ? ,
M Vid I .I hear the hamnie&'s clink I
ey build a scallold in the night. I
'WE 1ASH-.SHANNON DUEL.
Col ish Teils Where State's Witnessce
1Swro Falsely Against Him.
:Froml the Greenville News
It I be remembered that at the re
con Jil of Colonel E. B. C. Cash,
C 'r I -itnesses Swore that an eflforl
mat tlie field by friends ofColonel
to ellect an adjuntimiet, was
dei ' Colonel Cashi, amd testified
tit. h n ts of the lat ter,
Vt'nt Ovss told heavy igainstA himl.
Co o e4h reque~ Is tle pubication
of ing correspon idenice ini hit
deleI lie las lot aTlorized th
staten s bti ii, is uniderstood thal
ihe rei le test im11oniv given below
Was in re'd in cour11, wasi that Col.
oInel Cl - muse!desired lhe right I
.of reI ieh they w otlil ha11ve 1,4r
leited b 1) o1tingaj) wilnesses. Thc
igh eI t- er (f Colonuel (oodhvu
in lkes 11 a teinlit iinlismutable, a111d
il-e hiet I' i as a iefuld of( Colonel
ninh." f l s it :ahlilianl weghmt.
CA's I -r S. C., NIiarch 4h11, 1881
1 ol" - 1). Goo( dwyni, Foril
1 I :.: . I At fihe recenti eri
ot he e' mrt Iiriitt on w e I
rca S ii I a n 'n i- mA o
t.iied I bal oni h11c
- . .. w ' ' w l
> iltit ()vi* Iel p h ll
40 Ifthe (11111 .
- (1 lso i II)
be t iiiznet' you wil e Ii '25 0
V'Olone1Wlial uSlhnli's I
-' lilid,-iliyi t los~itin Q wa s m
ivl you e s rel w< caizantil kiof th<
i- oil >1iCCSato, Spa, i i
tw to kavlie eu.u r nyonelsiie (It
Sinaonce rel an -.~O~R
Lb .wu asmme AI' i.Ci '~8-C olo
.inA y to C. sh:
eI tie lrimdtmi oCrr 1 0tmtel. I
a isk uxito h)ay 501 of siat,
" toyou , saw t any PVOd=-e~
nsone of inine that
i.' milaetin Colonel m ainnenu
e -i otu io nsst i hea , and
make'~SI tthriued trompoth e cx
enelsE. O.nC th c881.--Colowi
-duc a ha Cofxit: elie .
melVeerofrute 4th, Sa
an girsn toria correct seen
. tm ens omade besome of naime"
Lit dess. o daouf irllok taw
'seto voor a~lvl to ay .'cvet a
teriminstis betweenmpl. u
dron eif Colonfesh harm baisie
0- onh ctions to er hardaet. 1 0
th, preinitbued to u th eex
tonesseasi nhe roconfav p eal wot
*tgon andles in01( be hearing, ny
dutgwas thato n entiroe. A0
eot damos Ventry runai
girl.s is Ameica do noeen tmi
le the senseo the se.t ofer silks
qalidress but yong. ur osna
2esoftln ings lieials.ershey
nbe finled to oay that~ no eael
at esaine row t~f pers iabou
'Tyounger th twyenont. A
noi peftlyfeh ihnclr(
., thicom letionerIit, bauti
of canlno be olinproed 1upn falo a y
dewaly bloom prbof tcek th
. ng ee,e the otr oedr lips, D
1)0 e wandt the seew. allere' siks
so wrn, theyn shltd nMota eoft
e-quaiy ut softd) .rOur ynge,(
rt. wear drese tike doars . Ii
bii 6 ntil.0 uwae o moe.1;ne
T I.Ei hai . h b ive tat hicn
d willbe hel. i thei Twn Hallu oh
limddy In1A.ril gbihe 4thu
Y viltue. ot an) oxoation to 01o di
ra.o1p. will.9gfAr fotr. p-l '9t
the Couit -Bouse- doom .tuit Winhwdro:
8 0. Y *~l 't I -Ift-joWlf
- - to
the hihest .bidtder,. for...oaal, the .followv
ing dyysribad: _property rtq.wit: -
All thift tirt-of land; lying in Fairfield
County 'coaniining seven handred and
seventy-sovonl (777) acres, more or less,
aid bounded by lands of JaIeS Hluuim,
V. 11. log- n and James M. Ll'rick. Lov-.
ied upon as the property of Owen Smith,
at the suit of the 0. 0. & A. Railroad
Company against 'fhompson Earle and
Owen Smaith & Co.
J. D. McCARLEY, S. F. 0.
Winnsboro, S. 0., March 14, 1881.
TO THOSE DE*IRING TO BUILD.
WE havo just employed some of the'
most skillful and experienced
workmen, and. are now ready to do all
kindb of house carpenter's work. Wo
have also made arrangements with the
leading san mills to furnish na with lum -
ber. So on an 1 after this date we are pre
pared to do all hinds of \vork. Persons
desiring to have old houses repaired, or
contemplate building, will do well to get
tin estimate from us bofoc giving out con -
tracts Drawing plans and specifications
a specialty. We are versed in all the new
styles and cuts of the lay. Contrac's
taken anywhere in the Suuth. All work
JOHN H. PURCELL & BROS.,
Builders and Contructors.
Winnsboro, S. 0.
J UST received, a large lot of choice
Garden Seeds of all kinds.
Seed and entimr Irish Potatoes of
the choicest kinds. Choice Fanilly
Groceries arriving daljah.. I have on
hand a large lot of bo~i alIty Sole
Leather, which will be sold at low
I am paying highest prices for Dr)
Hides. Give le a call.
W. H. DONLY,
feb 12 On the Corner
TIIE firaia of F. ELUER & CO. is dis.
Lolved by mutu'.i consent, to tako
eff.ect tron February 17, ISl. F. Elder
asu ilme l ll the liabiliti- s. 1a1d is alono
-inthnrized to sig-.n in liqnidation.
R M. HUEY.
I will contimuoethe businesa heretofore
earried on by F. Elder & Co. at the old
s1nn1d, anl solicit a continuance of the
'iberal patroniage ieretaforo be-towed.
i 't+ s imdebte:1 either to mnvdf
' F. le. & Co on past, ,Anjo not'es or
arc liere. noti 'ie. thalit tlhy will
t *nn I irtr ,It . in wli:eh to settle,
1 t lt i:ne 1i Vill hw - t-red against
L.: ,.r * i e richa or
111 111 'tn x.op ion.
NEiW SPRING GOODS.
NEW SPRING GO DS.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
OUR NElW STOOK
OUR NEW STOOK
OUR NElW STOCK
OUR NEW STOCK
OF SPRING GOODS
01F SPRING GOODS
OF SPIRING GOODS
OF SPRING GOODS
XS- A RRIVING.
el IS ARRIVING.
gifrl AND SEE US,
' AND SEE US,
. AND SEE US.
1D SEE US.
d~ay LA$DEC(ER & BRtO.
.i willEKE BO
and( D ECKE~R & BRO.
and ECKER & lB.
aid as meh 1
longst which are
alcox & Gibba
keep a large
1 alwaya give
OH, YES! OHYE
rpIIE STONE MOtNTAM CORN WIS
I KE.Y bm come and in still coning
It you want good Whiskey and goo
Segars, oall at
next door to W. 1. Doty & Co. He keep
the best of everything. The best Nathan'
Old Cabinet Whiekey. The best Gibson
Whiskey. The best Ten. Cents Segar
The 4eat Five Centa Segar. And, abov
all things, the best Dinner Ibr 40 cente
And if you come into town between I
and 1 o'clock, and are hungry, call a
Clendining'm for a dritsk. andhe will se
u) a free lunch for you. Clendinin
keeps a moral and a quiet hoose.
IN AUG"UATZI ON.
THE undersigned begs to inforn th(
public of Winnsboro an Fairfield
county, that he has establi ied himsepl
in the building formerly coupled by
Saling Wolfe, for the puri so of con
ducting a first-class Dry Goods, Coth
ing, Bools, Shoes, Hats, C ps, Trunks,
Ladies' and Gents' Notioi Establish.
ment. By strict attention o business,
politeness to one and all, lie hop8es tc
merit the patronage of th public.
J. GROES IEL.
SPOOL COT ON.
CA M A R
(WrttNn O% WarrzE \rors.
GEORGE A. 0I1tR(,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Sit'. the intro luetion of thia .Sponl
otto-i into the' Am'ricern nark t. its Rule.
('eR hasi b.een unpr--ced- fed. No other
brand of thread has eve' met with the
same amount of public fa'--r in the same
apnce of *ime'.
Thle 'O. N T " manufacturrs were the
first to recognize the irn~ortance of the
ewing Machine and to nake a aix-cord
cotton, wvhich has ever ila Ihe recog
uizetd standard four mnachs.
All the improvementa, in machinery
tha1t thu inventive genits of the nine
teeth century has p rodhoed have ben
adapted by the manu factwersof "O.N.T.'
At all the great International Fairs of
the world, '"0. N. T." lint been awarded
the highest honors.
'Iho -'0. N. T." facto-les at Newark,
N. J., and Paisley, Scdtlandl, eniploy
5,200 operatives.-- make salficienit thread
daily to go around the wo-ld four tm~nes.
Consume 140 tons of co.l daily.
The mianufactuirers of '0. N. T." are
the largest manufacturers of Spool Cot.
ton in the world.
A full assortment of thiu Spool Cotton.
ean be had at wholesale ani retail at JT. M
BEATY & CO.'8. feb 22-tx6m
OF New Crop 4'V OR~LEANE
MOLASSES, best in tin market, and
syrups of all grades.
A fine assortnent of '
Also, a good quality of OAT MEAL
in five pound package
GIVE ME A CALL
- Li test0
R. PEILLIP8, AgeWinns
ama A.It 1 1
o n nv
sel o r
S A. AA
eal ilaor h-<hieo rils
Wersetol eus hs h
we ust oefrar n a p
Wehepe t e nterneda -
- & o Sue -
Y STOCK of Furniture, which wil
est according to quality, and for
Remember that nill my goods are warra
Furniture elsewhere, then come to the
best selection and canl buy cheper. 13',
way. Blvthewood, White Oak, Woodwi
and Yoi'k. Tite is a recommendation c
A new supply of Window Shades. W
Frames, Chromos, Hat Racks, and Bool
The largest supply of Tin Chamber S(
ber Suits. Call and see them. A new
any. Don't Buy a Machine imerely beca
It and likes it. Remember that most of
Ifrled have but. little merit. The one v
time and vexation is nolseless, run
it. Remember the old Medal waR awr
over eighty conpeitors. I can refer yo
always given entire satisfaction. Re('t
Sash Factory. All orders entrueted toi
the low(est plri;es. Furniture neatly rep
F repared t make to order. Lumher amd
INMachine Needles nid attachments a
me. Don't full to call before purchasing
SEUr WINDING BOBBIN.
ELEGANT IN F13183,
AND IN AOT
The Oifl Perfect NLabin" flILdfl.
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
o 2 outh Calvert Street,
Sale ai Feeod Stabkds, I
WINNSB3ORO, S. C.
5 1880 lhaa pnoed away, T am
. thankfnl for the past favors be
stowed on me by my' customers of
Chester. Lancaste'r and Fairfld coun-.
ties, and miust say that I have col-I
Jected exceedinu gly well,* notwi thstand
ing the dry season and short crops. I
now invite thm to come, and I will
MULE~S AN~D HfORSES
on time uintil fall, upon their rmaking
me good papers. I also invite ('ash
buyers, as I can sell to them as low as
the lowest for Cash.
I DEFY COMPETITION.
Jan 11A. WILLIFORD.
UGJCAYIS, assorted. Coffees, Rio,
SLagnavra and Old Gov. Java.
io an Old Gov. Java Ro~asted.
T1eas, Black, Im perialI, Gunplowder
and Young Hjyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pinesapples, To
matoes, Salmon, Corned Bee ,Devlled
Ham and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, Ginger gre
servos, Pin Head Oat 3feal, Coope,
Gelati no, Mustard, Black Popper and
Bald win Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Cho~W Chow, Empire Chow
Chows Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Worcestorshire Sauce.
.~ F. MoMASTEU & 00O.
rnHIS is an issuoiation of business nen,
.1.who, for' their mutual prot ootn,
contribu ton at s a fund, so as
in ease of death, their familias may re
oeive from $2.J00 to $5,00uo, accordi ngto
amount of oortifiesto. This is one of the
best plans of lhfe inanrance. Yiou syas
you go, just like fire iunrance, awiths
more eonvenionce evan, as you payb
small instalments during the year. W
refer to those best acoquainted with ne,
viz membara in Fairtield: G. B. Mo'
Master, Jas. A. Briec, Juno B, Davis, D.
B.. Flenniken, B. 8ngenheimer, J. W.
Mcreight. Jao. J. Neil, Thomas EL. John..
aon. J. Olendining, B. B. Banahaa. R,
Means Davis, Ja., . Davis, Aav
that should liketo beee a member wil
apiy to 0 . BAGOT,
I be the Iargest, liesomest and cbhp
design and worknuip un1iequaled.
ited to be as repesented. Price your
f1rst-class store wlere you w1l have the
ar iI min11d that I ship goods to .TRig.
i-d's, Blackstock, and as far as Cho r
,f the quality 1nd pie of my goods.,
til Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
Sh6lves, cheaper than tle cheapest.
ts, nmiide to match C(otinge and Cham.
1Ipply of Sewing Mauhinies ns rood as
usce Vour imother or your neilghbor has
the mnchineq that lvc Ire ost largely
o N want is the one tht will save von
a light mnid will last a lomg time. I have
rded to one oft lie Mnehiies I represent
It to many that aIre usin.g it, an1d it, hin
mh4(1-1r1 tha il m . 11011 no Door. an~d
ine will have 1ro11 slrIId I intion and at
uiired lit. moh iderm e price-:. I an Ilso
I Shimngles the Sale a n-ll profitl. Sewv
d parIx of \lachines alnn l) liaad t hroigh
elsewhere. IU \V ill ILIPS,
Axot4 for BA ZARst PATTERNS.
ITOSTET TER BITTitlUS
F. W. HIABENIORT'8.
F. W. HAJ3ENICRT'S.
F. W. HIABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICIIT'S.
THE GREAT IN*DIAN~
THlE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREA'I INDIAN
F. W. HABENICHTWS
F. W. HIABENICHT'S.
2?. W. HAB3ENICHT'S.
F. W. HA BENIGH T'S.
P. W. HIABENICHT'S.
F. W. HlABENICET'S.
A. P. Mil'or, rpoess to sell the same -
and below ori 1 aost. He ofrers Frenob
Oandy at thhiryy-Ave oentes 4r pnd.
Ld' Baikets atoosa D andTy
had always on hand, tS~ba
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