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RAILIOAD ScHEDULE.-The trains
'1ow pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passengor, 12.18 p. m.;
south-bound, 5.80 p. im.; north-bound
freight, 8.54 a. m.; south-bound, 1.15
p. in. These aprivals are on the basis
of Railhoad time. sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro tine.
Sale -A. S. Douglass.
Model Shirt-Jon L. Mimnaugh.
Coats' Spool Cotton-J. Groeschel.
Notice-John Boyd, School Commis
, Attention I G. L. I--T. H. Ktetchin,
-Yo't may hiu it. fromn town it you will
But. t he w:eit, of rtia no reniisi here t i i
-More rain-mlore thid. Canl't old
Probs give us a short rest?.
-M;r. W. II. Flenniken and his
11101h l 1.nve moved into his beau
tit'al i., bie, What nexl?
Felr .ae of' tim live hold i Ituit a I
little too long.
-Mimnaugh believes in sellinltg
goods at bottom prices. Panev pricies
cmiot last. Coats' Cotton at fifty-five
cents a dozen,*
-see alvel'tisemltenlt of Mhr. Joseph
Groeschel iII another colim, oFI. &
P. Coats' Best Six-Cord Cotton. at Tie
cents a spool. %I
-'If folks don't stop talki ng I'll do
Bo, just for spite." Sos% ars the stalwart
Vice-President of the Bachelors' Pro
tective Utioi. Best wishes, etc.
-If'ormItationl was received t'rn-ii
Columbia onl Fridayv 11 11ha : -In-ca
against Mr. RoWrt Boy les i ;q b) c a
discharged and his bonid cance~h-d,
-There was all calit usiastite ing
of the Detioeliatic Clu1b on Ti hi rIa ldtv
hight, and there will be another imCet
ing on next Wednesda3 eveinimr.
-Mr. D. J. McCauley. who ias beci
engaged in business at this pl-e durm
i~ng the winter, expects to start, oll' for
Scotland next month. We wish him a
-Messrs. J. T. Dawvkins, II. Y. Mo
Meekin and Jerr'y fTompson have, beent
nppinited School Trustees for the n~ew
School District1 No. 15, by the Counity
Doard of Examiners.
* Mr. W. ii. Flenniken has beeun
presented with three beautiful Malli se
kittens by Maj. T. W. Woodwitrd.
*They are of the genuine impolted kiuid,
asnd are very gentle anid affectionate.
-It is a first rate 1ku to plant Iu
cern e, and if' planted flTw it can be cut
three,or four times during the sumer,
Toun who has cattle should nieglec~t
to sow a small patch;
-As Mr. F. Gerig was elearing off
the rubbish fromt his gardent ont last
Thursday lbe twnatthed a highland
inoccasin. It is rather ear'ly int the
season for such "varmintEs," after Sb
much cold weather.
-Mr. John L. Mimnattgh's adver
tiseltinep appears in this issue. Sugar,
coifee and molasses are household nie
cessities, and the shirt is a model of
neatness. Call and see him and invest
tour mo~ney to advarttge.
-Mr. lairry O'Neill, who was bound
over by E. M. Stoeber, to appear at the
April term of court in Charleston, re
ceived his bond back on Thursday;
and it is inderstood that the case
agnittsthimn has been discontInned.
- Some of'thie i'ailroad hands made
a strike ou last Thursday for higher
Swages; and have gone over to the Co
Itunbia and Greenville Ralrtoad. They
weire not the hands working on this
section of tife roadi, but those emp~loy
ed to go with the construction train.
-We wvould call attention to the ad
vertisement of A. 8. Douglassa, Esq.,
Executor of will of J. M. R~utland, de
ceased. One hnudredi shares of 1rail
road stock, besides othier securities and
cos.'es in act io'n, will b e sold oni the 4th
of April next, and parties desiring to
invest inoiney wotuhI do well to be
present at tilat, time.
-George E. and lIYnk Walker, dear
tnntes1 from Athens, Te'nnessee, lhave
been in town for a few days tis week
.selling hooks. They are brothers, both
havihng been-aPlicted fromn their intfan
cy, and were educated at Knoxville
Teiesee, W are glad to learn that
they flavo tecee in selling quite a
frmbeY of theIr:books In the pvlace.
--Th'ie tirie is necar at haEnd when outr
quota -of he'moerafic citzens Wif have
Charjeston. It 1s ant exp~ethyive trip
An 'all goodd citizens should contriue
S methitng to paty thte actuhale xpeneiesof
fees etfeena The. hemn'rae* of
fairld owes It to .h~eISslf, to her
1" onor and self-reppect, to see that they
De . nothiyg necessa:7 to make a full
grant' ropeftiefense OfI their (ilar..
as at .p
shall etr Al.-The- last 'aldinentt of
* . ~this ~gasoni arrived last
il woa thne sto g
t tee h ul tnt
4Thot per whilh was, to have
y thb ladies of til Metho
dist Church ott the evening of the N1st,
has been postponed on account of the
expuled absence from town of a nunm
ber of persons at that time. Due no
tice will be givtl When the evening
for It Is fixed upon.
Shall Citizens bh Sulteeted to Expense and
Such Flrnsy O'arges ?
On Monday Mr. J. Ebenezer Slan
toli of Jenkinsville was car iAd before
Coinmlesioner Stoeber on the charge of
voting inore than one ticket. Win.
Byrd was the prosecutor, and Jack
Woods and Bolin Gregory were his
witnesses. Byrn knew nothing and
Woods know nothing except that he
was Byrd's brother-in-law. Ott cross
examitnation Gregory admitted that
whot he sary r. Staunton vote might
have been only one ticket. On this
break down of the prosecution, Mr.
Staunton was discharged. It wos con
chlsively shown by the cross examina
tion that Byrd had trumped up the I
case to gratify a personal gridge.
Willis Johnson was tie deputy
marshal who made the arrest. It is
said other warratits for parties In. the
country are still out, and inay be
served at any time. Mr. StauIton. was
represented it Columbia by Messrs.
yles and Barron, who have all along
been freely volunteering their services
to parties arrested.
SutCIE OF A GENN.RAL.-3rvet Ma
jor General Etnory Upton, of the
United States army, was foundl dead
in his bed on Tuesday morning, hav
itg shot himself throntglh the head some
time during the night. Wher 1iscov
credi a revolver was still gra - ed in
his hantd. Nothing to indiite the
cause of the act has yet. been discover
ed, but, the general imnpressionl seems
to bie that grief at. the loss of his wife
protipted the deed. Geteral Upton
was stationled at Stitn Francisco. lie
wias the author of the system of tae
(ies tow itt Ise by. the 'Ut.ited States
arm11ty. 1-e VIas about fort.y-ive vears
ol'age. and was a very gallantl. officer
during tite war-being frequentiv
brevelled tort meritorious conditet otn
-Tet( two ids o' CInadlra ditl'er
s nuttewhat.. At New Westi meinst'e,
i riti,4b Columlbial, fourl mlenl were hung11
fir the murader. ol' otne maItnt,, While aI't
tite borde.r' ot'Old Westinster, it Ot
ti;., onle man11 was acquit ted who wa-Is
shown to hive mil-dered 1out perso
ATTENTION I G. L. 1.
A T iEND rewflar mceling in Town
'ab: ( n I inad ty eve.ning at 7A
'I. ' . \ ! attendlian .e is de.
i .1U KE -ORIN,
1) I i ihecretairv.
A UVT140N .A LE
.: STW'K AND NOTES.
IY ia,,e ofahr mtmoiv erinlo it)(, itqs
.)Jlcuit,r of 11te w lI of .1am1es M1l.
11 It.td eceals1 (1, by the Juid e of Pro
basto 0or Fa iield ut, . I will ioell at
'ml li.. an.etionz. 01 n It -It uiy of A pril
.\ ha - l .r.. S (' , t..' zenh, ON l. tIN.
.i ii r ' me ni r -. .
to t i i a i :. ..'c s tai i t. .-u.,
Tl(1 , l.ove me nti ion i d R ., 1' mi t *CleI
w~ ill be si 1d ihr the gui.ose oi a. p. in:
thie preceeds~ let erof to. i ev;It: i. - *atedi
uiote giveun byv -lohn Hs1. 'ut .car (o tI.
trick hav, ig b,-en tranferredi to the' .iaid
lama S \ti. Ruilaind as cO'latleral a'e.:rity
fo)r the paymni t ofci sai * healed'c r to
A 8. DOIAiLA.,
Executor or Will of James M. Rtutlanid,
March 17, 1681. inch 10-t3x2
A.1T a ineeting of the County Board of
-Examuiners. hold( this day, the fob.
lowing resolution wvas adco1pted:
Resolved, That in accordlance with an
Act passodl by the Legislature aind ap
proved December 24, '88t0, a new Sclhool
b'strict sh all bo cestablished itn Fairfield
County, known as School District No. 1,
having the following lines as boundaries,
$outh from Kincaidi's Bridgo to Hngh
ey's Fierry, W esi, from Hlughe 's Ferry to
the mouth of Pole Branch, worth from
Pole Branch to THutchinson's Spring,
tho-nce aloung.tho public road to William
Bell's, along tihe course of Lick Jreek to
Little liiver, douv to Kincaid's Bridge.
havijig such powvers and privileges as are
co~nfer red by said Act upon said School
Tihe following gentlemen are hereby ap
pointed 8ebooi ienstoeesf the said
School Dir trict., vie.. J. T. Pawkins, H.
Y. McMeoktn and Jerry Thorilptoni.
For Co. Bid. Examiners,
Winnsboro, S. 0., March 12, 1881.
J. & P. COATS
WA11IRANTr1D 200 YARDS,
FIVE OC.N' 3 A sgOeGg,
meh 19 -
-flIESHI Oardena Seed and Onion Sets,
OTIOE is h reby gle&wht the an.
. UdV'e 'f ftendat Andi
tir Warder(4 f t' Town of Winnboro
willvb bldjit Town Hall'on the first
Honday In April, being the 4th -doy
%hqtof, between thd hours of 7 a. m. atd
* ihe b'nk for Regietraion of oters'will
be opened at the o-wu all on'lliiraday;
Lriday and -Saturday (March 31st and
A)ril 1st and 2nd,) preedling the day of
Aleo ion. between the hours of 0 is% ni aed
3 p. mt. of each day.
The followiig citisons ire tplonted as
Manngers of itegistration anti Election:
Y. 11. Cummings, 4. E. Williams and Wil.
By order of Counoil:
mch 17 E 3. CHANDLER, Clerk.
rO THOSE DESIRING TO BUILD.
W E have j~ist emplnyed sone of the
most . skillful and experienced
morkmen, and are, now ready. to do all
unde of house carpenter's work. We
lave also nynde arrangements with the
eading saw inilrs to (urnish us with lumt
)er. So on an i after this date we are pre.
pared to do all kinds of work. Persons
lesiring to have old houses repaired, or
iontemplute building, will do well to get
in estimate from us befo e giving out con.
tracts Drawing plans And speciOoations
specialty. We are versed in all the new
tyles and outs of the (lay. Contrac's
aken anywhere in the Suuth. All work
JOHN 11. PURCELL& BROS.,
Builders and Contractors.
Winnsboro, S. C.
T' HE firm of F. ELDER & CO. is dis.
- solved by mutuni consent, to take
ffect from February 17, 1881. F. Elder
issumes all the liabilities. and is alone
tuthorizod to sign in liquidation.
Rt. M. HUEY.
I will continue the business heretofore
married on by F. Elder & Co. at the old
tand, and solicit i continuance of the
liberal patronago heretofore bestowed.
All persons indebted either to myself
)r F. Elder & Co. on past duo notes or
tccounts are here notified that they will
be given thirty dayN in which to settle,
ifter that time suit will be entered againsi
Jhen. Nobody-black or white, rich or
poor. will be mado an exception.
mar 2 F. ELDER.
NE W SPRING GOO5
NEW SPRING GO DS.
NEW SPRING OOODS.
NEW SPRING GOODS,
'UB NEW STCOCli
OUR NEW STOCE~
OU R' NE W STOCI~
OUR NEWV STOCIi
OF SPRING GOODS
OF SPRING GOODS
OF SPRING GOODS
OF SPRING GUODS
XS A RRIVING.
COME AND SEE US,
COME AND SEE US.
COME AND S2% IfS.
COME AND SEE UJS.
IF. LANDCER & JSRO.
. bDECKER & BRO.
I'. .iANDECKElR & BRO.
lTE hate no0w th Qtore the IIdges
VI t)ef ever purchiased by$ faa,
"tnd hiebh wvil be disposed of eat low
Db j Goodej
S~hoes, Grod'e: es. Bi i'dle.
Sicddles.- fHarnena, Red Leather,
Hairtesa Loitahbr &o.
'(e af'e'not given to ":BLOWING,t
but enin trethfully say we are offer
ing solid bai'gins, and will be glad
to 80e 700.
* aet 20
riallit .T ONt MOUPTAflq COUtN Wit I.
KEY has come and is still coming.
If you want good Whiskey and good
Segara, call at
CLEN(DI, '8 10 USE,
neXt door to W. It. Doty & Co. He keeps
the best of overything. The beat Nathan's
Old Cabinet Whiskey. The best Gibson'd
Whiskey. The best Ton Cents Segar.
The best Five Cents Regar. And, above
al' things, the beat Dintir for 40 cente.
And if you como into toWh between l'
and 1 o'clook, and are htingry, call at
Clendining's for a drinU, and he will net
up i free lunch for you. Clendining
keeps a moral and a quiet house.
J tt9T received, a larue lot of choice
Gardon Seeds of all kinds.
Seed and eating Irish Potatoes of
the choicest kinds. Choice Family
Gocei'le arriving daily. I have ott
hand a lat-ge lot of best quaLity Sole
Leather, which will be sold it low
I am paying highest prices for Dry
Hides. Give ine a call,
W. It. DONLY,
feb 12 On the Corner
ESTABLISH ED tA2.
(WOUND ON VH1TE PCOLS.)
GEORGE A. CLARK,
100 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Sinco the introduction of this Spool
Codon into t'e Americita mark- t. its sue
cess has been unprcede nted. No other
brand of tlretid has ever met with the
same amount of pub'lio fav,.'r in the same
apace of *ime'.
The '0. N T'" manufacturers were the
first to rr cognize the iwuportance of the
ewing Mate inc anid .tg make a six--cord
cottont, w 'i h htas ever bee~n i hoe recog -
11 I tatit-t it for trta'hijis.
A~l the~ m1proveme4nta in macliinery
I.' at h-- invintive genius of the nine
teeth century has produiced have boon
adapted by the maniufaditirera of "O.N.T.'
At t all the grteat International Fatire (af
the, wrld. "0. N. T. htasm been awarded
the highest nW~orn.
'lIhe 'O.N.'T." factories at Newark,
N. J., and Ptaisley, S'cotlanid, eraploy
5,211) opberativea -anta4 snflbnt thread
ditily to go around the world four tajeS,
Conumme 140 tons of coal daily.
TIhe mtanufacturera of "O N01. T." are
the largest manufaturemrs of Spool Cot,
ton in the worle'.
A full assortment of this Spool Cotton.
can be had at wholesale and retail at J1. M
B3EAT'Y & CO.'8. feb 22 ftx6m
0 Fe ~w Crop ME OTTEAMS
MdOLASSE~S, best in the miarket, and
syrups of a)) grades.
4 fnn# dassortment of
Also, a good quality of OAT MEAL,
in five pound packages
GIV5l bJE A CALL
R- W e R hbWaf, , WigP
boro, S. (.,
QU AN i1E4 i iT
1HAVE th'e ageny of' soeeal standard
,3. brands of uano. atn6gst whioh are
the Motarebc and thbe Wileoz & (ibbe
Manipnelsed. I will also bepa $e
supl of Acid Pho phE, -re 11i
do wel to give me a oi.1 befo making
r.obesesnwhere. I will a a givi
BI li GA NS
. .i .
h g a Lh
80 , . We h
vw s t om or wadad a p
Wec~pdthmi hi ne n x
oette ohi si us h l
arh~ lsdadal conosol
A~ W- .$ I3 4
A-'l wh aejb notsoso
Wte, Cok n ee-,sol
al an e thm n av h an
m Y STOCK of Furniture, which wil
est according to quality, and for
[Remember that all my goods'are0 warrat-3
Furniture elsjewherei,*then come td the 1
)est selection and can bYchea ev. Be
wav. Blvtheood, White Oak, Voodwi
imd Yoi:k. This is a recoinmehdaloni o
A new supply of Window Shade;, W
Fraines, Chrotos, Hat Rlacks, and Book
The largest supply of Tin Chamber &
>i Sults. Call and see them. A neW
tv, Don't Buy a Machine ntueely becs
t ind likes it. Remember that uost of
miffed have but little merit. The one v
ime and vexation. i. noiseless, rut
t. Remember the Gold Mrdal was. awo
>ver eight v comnpeflitors. I ctt 1ref'Qr v
Llways given eitire sat iRfiction. Reim
taish Factory. All orders entrusted to i
lie lowest prics. Furniture neatly rep
>repared tu make to order. Luiher am
tig Macinei Neceilles and attachments i
rne. Doi't fail to call before purehasint
ELE(4ANT IN FKNIXII,
AND xD rACT
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
o .outh Oalve-- Streot,
WV1NNSj'BORO S. C.
6 1880 has passed away, 1 am
,thankful for the past favor 01he
stolwed onl me hy any ettslomners of
Chester. Lancaste'r and Fairf'ield con-'
ties, and must say that I hiave col
lected exceedinugly well, notwi thstand
lng the dry season and short crops. I
noIw invite them to come, and twill
MULES AND HORSES
on time until fall, upon their making
me good papers. I also ivite Cash
buyers, as I can soll to themn as low as
the lowest for Cash.
I DEFY COMPETiTION.
FRESH liRO ERIES!
LUGARIS, assorted. Coffees, Rio,
a Lag narra andi Old Gov. Java.
Rio and Old .(;ov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hyson.
PearsA; teach96, Pineapples, To
tnatoes, Salmon, Coriied B3ef Deviled
Ham and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
Macarnpi and Cheese, Ginger Pre
ftrves, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coopel
Gelatine, Mustard, Black Pepper atnd
Bald win Catsup, Cross & Ulack
Well's Chow Chow, -Empire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
ri'n's W9l'eestershit'o Sauce,
J. F. MrcMAS4TERI & CSO.
r 1'1IS is an tssociation of business men,
..who, fot theif- mutual nrofootlon,
contribute towardls a Nund, so as
ip oa~e of death, their families may re
oo from $2.ui00 to $5,0uuu, according to
amount of certificato. This Is one ofrthe
bent plans of lii insurance. Yoq pay as
you go. just,~ like are insurance, and with
more conveinsonceoeven, as you pay by
smnal lnstalmntpfes during thie year. We
refer to those best, acquainted with no,
is:members in Faiirtield: G. H. Me.
Master, Jas. A. Brico, Jno. B. Davis, D.
R. Flenniken, B. Rngenheimer, J. W.
Mc~reight. Jao. J. Nel. Thomas L. Johrt
son. J. Olendining, Rt. B. flanahai, R.
Mans Davis, Ja.. Q. Davis. Any oee
that should liketo becme apembeor wgl
apply to G. O. CAOT,
be the largest, liadndrest stid 0hee1
dslgni aid workthansahip uttequaleds
ited to be as represented. Price yout'
irst-class store where vo will lave the
il iII mi.nd that I ship goods to Ridg .
rd's, Blackstock, nId as far as choutez
f the quality And price of my goods.
0i Pockets, Brckets, MIrr6rs, Picture
Shelves, cheaper than tihe cheapest.
te, Iade to match Cottago ancd Cliam
m11pply of Sewviig Machines as good as
use your mother or your nelghbor has
the machin ,es thal, are mo'st largely
ol want is the one flint will save y*out
a light and will last a long time. I have
rded to 011p Of thel, Machinies I reprSeet
i to nuntv ilh-t Irv usig it, anud it has
miber t hat I am nveiut tor a Door and
lie will have hiroinlil at tention and at
IIred at 11)o1lera1le pih.4. I am also
i Shinlsl eh ('$I for 1 :1a .111n1l1 profit". Sew
Id partfs (ittilI,., enn b! had 111 through
-elsewhere. 1H. . l'i l il PS.
¢s for BAZAR1 PATTERNS:
HOSTETTERL BITT Ed
F. W. HABENICIRT'S,
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. RlABENICRITS".
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
THLE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
T HN G1L!A' INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
F. W. HAB3ENICXIr"S;
F. W. H ABENICHT'S;
F. W. HA BENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHIT'S:,
F. W. HABENICHIT'S.
F. W. HIABENICIIT'$.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
A. It. Miller. proposes to soll tI.o spne at
and below orIginal cost. Ho offord French
Candy at thirty-five cents for pound
Ladies' Baukets at cost, Dolle end Toy
Jid alwas, geod and Otrash
and.s Lmat Ap