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TOWN AND COUNTY.
WIfUSDAY, March 01. s t t i 1881?
TEmSf F'HlE Nsws AND Ihulmii).
-Ti-weekly editill) fou l dollars peri
dnitum, in advance; Weekly O1tiott,
two dollars and fifly cents per(ailum,
i advance. Liberal discournt to clubs
of flive aud ipwards. -
R ArEs OF Aiv'FirisN.- -One dollar
Ier inch for the first in'ertlon, vead
I fty ceoits per -inch for cach subsou ent
- insertlo'i. These rates apply to ail ad
vertisemeniets, of whatever nat 0e, and
.ar'b payable strictly li advaneu. Coi
tracts for three, six or twel' e months
uado on very liberal terms. Tran
siolit local notices, fifteeln cents per
line for the first insertion and seven
4uid one-half cents per line for1 each
'ubscuuent insertion. Obitua-les and
tributes of respect charged as advr
tlsements. Simple aiiouncements or
warriages and deatl. published free or
charge, and solicited.
- All comm i l unleations. of whatsoever
'iature, should lie addressed to the
Winisboro Publishig Company
Wi-insboro., S. C.
-IALRoAD SeMDUL.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.118 p. i.:
. southebounc1d, 6.30 p. mi; north-bound
freight, 8,54 a. im.; south-bound, 1.15
). in. These arrivals are ol the biasis
of Railroad time. sixicel iniiutes
faster than Winnsboro-time.
Notice-T. I. Robertson, Clerk.
Grand Depot-Jolhn L. Mimnaugh.
F. 10. E. Company-J. H. H1 ardena,
Seeds that Surprise-C. R. Gilbert
& Co, Atlanta, Ga.
Elegant Jewel ry Cheap--N. Y. Jew.
elry Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Enlarge and Develop the Form-P, I
Dc L. Co., Atlant a, Ga.
-New goods are coming by every
-Snow fell for a short time oil Wed
-The air is still redolent with the
odor of the national plerlfminc.
--im Steele, son of Fred, is a stand
ing witiess now il Stoeber's conrt.
-Tie G. L.*1. recruits are being
regularly drilled by tibe sorge.ants of'
-Messrs. McCants and Leavell were
discharged by Commissioner Stoeber,!
-Tie lFairfleid Fire Engine Compa
uny meets on F'ridav nigilt, aid don't
you forget it.''
-W helr that sOlie new buildings
will bel-rected in lwnl this stnmer*.
dn n u s i . -..! 'c~ t11 Pt V 1Hate
it will revive. ill a few ,i .
--Noah Johnson is said to be work
ing in Orangeburg, having f-one out
of the "ontrage mill' businress.
--The countr-jumipers are'L resorinlg
to hiorse-shoe plit chin g to while -away
the dl hours. Business must be get
-The Court. ofComnmon Pleas and1(
General Sessions1 for Itich Iami con ty,
Jud~ge Alidrichi presid ing, opened on
-Some of' thme boys actually look
"down in the mouth'" since recei ving in..
formation that they may not have to
go to Charleston after all.
-Old1 Boreas has been on a "breezO
for a day or tivo past. lHe beganu by a
raiii stormn Tuesday aflernoon, and deC
veloped oni Wednesday into a geui ne
1nor'we s ter.
--Thei attenitionu of' all initerested Is
called to the not ice of' a Demoratie
meeting to noin~llate a Town Connil,
to be held to-night, All good citizens
-Readl whiat MImnnaugh has to say
to-day. Solid facts speak lonider than
words, and lie nduerstands the art of
pu1t1ting~ printer's ink to goodl nse. A
call at his manimmoth establjihment will
satisfy even the titost skeptical.
- -Captain Gaillard received a tele
gram on Monday af'terniooni frotin Ma
jor Barker, in Charleston, niotifinmg
the yong mn under bond in thle elee
tionu cases to reinain at, home uintil calIr
ed for'. Fuller information wvill be
given. we hope, in our next Issne.
( aptaini G. has not yet returned1 frein)
-An exchange says that the late
p~residenit of the Lehigh Valley (Pa.)
Railroad, never drew a cent of his .sala.
ry. If wve mistake not, the same caii
be said of' the late Hion. Edward Gd
Pahner', of this county, it'hmo was the
first pre'sidenit of the Charlot to and
SouthI Cairolina now 10' the Cha10rlot to,
Columibia anid A u.ust a Ra:ilIroad.
Mu, )~.:noca vric Conrm.-.AIl
memb13 ers of thme Mumm iicipa11 De moernaIii
Cib arie requnested to meel. in thle
Town lthl! this (Thursday) evening,
at 74 O'clock, fo.- tihe purIpose of noiiO-i
nating inttenidant and Wardens for the
onsuing year. G. II. tlMasTEiI,
PAINFUL ACCitwFNT--As Mr1. Johnt
W. Campbell, Jr. was crossing the rail
road bridge in front of Mri' W. J.
Davis' atore at Ridgeway, on Tuesday
aftrntoon. after tho stormi, his horse
foeR wIth him, anid broke both hones of
his leg just - above the arrkle. Mr. C,
is know'n as the lightnuing courier
of the RItdgewvay Democr'atic Club,
who sympathize with himi in this sad
And painful accident, and in which) we
hiafruAo.-Thue Register says:
"'Twenty -nin imumigrants arrived oii
the Wilington R~ailIread yesterday..
Elevenof thoem wvere takeni by Mi, E~.
P. Mobicy, of Fairfield, fifteen by T~r~
J. A. Robinson1 of Due West1 anud
three by Captain T, H-. Clarkle, of~
Tlrenton. -Fourteen more ares eypect.
ed to arrive, o-day. Apphlcations "foir
renii't )br are coiuqi Ant ly COm'
for skilled laborers. Colonel Bittlcr
will probably go to New York int a
few days to give liis personal attention
to the matter.
POIsONEi JY A PENcUi,.-The Ken
nebec, Me., Journal says: Air Sam
uel Clarke, of Vasselboro, has been in
the habit of carrying a copying pencil
In his cot pocket. One day last week
Mr. Clarke cane to- Augusta', and
while In the city ho purclase 8010
troches for a cold, which lhe put loose
in the pocket, where they were con
stantly colniig. in contact with the
lead. While returning to Vasselboro
on the cars he felt atickling In his
throat, and to allay the irritation par
took of several troclies. His tongue at
once began to swell and turn black,
and by the tien he reached hone he
was dendly sick. A physician was
sumintioned, who proInptly adininister
ed nitidotes for the poison. It is said
that a piece of the lead of one of these
pencils, helt' the size ofa pea, will
cause the death of a robust man. As
these atitomatie or copying pencils are
in general use in Wlnnsboio, it is well
to call attention to the above. They
ale evidently made ;f .some anllliie
preparation which Is poisonous, and
whether or not they are as danigerous
as is claimed, they should be kept
an ay froin children.
-A photographer recently acted as
master of ceremonies at a t'ricnd's fu.
neral, anid as he lifted the coilln-lid for
the niolruers to look at the remains,
whispered to the corpse, "Now look
natural." Force ofliabit.
F. F. E. COMPANY.
T HE regular monthly meeting of the
. Firlield Fire Engine Compan y will
1)( held in the Town Hall on Friday even
ing 1st instant, at S o'clock.
J. 11. HARDEN,
mar 3 1 Secretary.
rT HE regular meeting of the Board of
S. Triusees of School Di.1-kiet No. 14
wV he held at the oflice of the under
-igned on the tir. Satttrday in each month
at I. o'clock, a In Teachers employed
in this School District will pr-sient their
reports at that I ime, aid receive orders
o~i the Couuty Treasurer for iheir rialaries.
,y order of the Board.
T. R. ROBER t SON.
mch 31-2t (lerk.
rl.ARGE AND DEVE1.0? TIlE FORVI.
If shrunc Wholly or In p-,rt fron n-%ture or iq.
(t444'm. A d v ie free. Dese9r3u cas CI:41 I ,'end Ma intp
ti l'. D)- I.. ('0., A n .,(la. No imunhis f. 3igh.
ebt reference. Correslponrtence con dn tital.
r'DS THAT SURPRISE!
T , TE A 1MERS' "BONANZA."
M - xie. . lew .*g~t.1: rl'omn K. A., clin'lortir
Hes'n -ny *vtiliti - 4.ver L ana41 i t-.I. pl 4iio rii r
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9 I 'er mi- t.aiti . Se''I. vi .ts,Ln pape'r. O(tb.i
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evr '.ro.wn 1 .4 1'.li l. 1uscirnel'. ert'p nndu
r ry . : 4w4t to :.p C4 r 3ipj. '254 e't. n4 34A'-r of4..
41-4. (11 p-trers for 41. Vil v 's4tre,. 3.o-:-uf- Wood
.\iti a4ineilon. I j l'it known. to 3 fel-t ln : - lnW
9'i:1lity. e. Iv nt1 imit fie, 35 ct4. n i per. iitax
-I'l:nen. 1-Ile st i nvror. early, praillfie. so t(-u- 4
erri-tit-d Ii t'vyry w-i.!5t. s.n [:aer. W lite Ik y.
1;1 Cortis (ifr n 1t Nilr-%. 1'4Ields illlnne4v'
In ist oStil o wkrom wtlhr c)rt f:di. Unenquntcd
fnr I-i.- or 9t-stok. !2a C4". n4 imp44,. 75, cl&. a4 potentl4.
'l''n4,4in ' (pra . i t-'tnt. f.-ch) '.(4coV t wn ut4n~v4: 300 t 32 4
high. 1.5 r't'4. 4a wine4r. Onsavo ('4.rn. a'rine I in,. long
\N 3n bronrd. .9rert will 1,rIng fabiln ,M irl-es. 4i cets
al 4ppr. '4ll ti44' a4n.40 ent(1 for $1.4 of3 -neh3 for S.
. -4 r.-9 4'. Pit. E4.'1g27:flT & 4:. AtI4inn 4.. .art
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'THE annivers*ary nmeting of the Fair
t'ield Surivotali of the Sixth Rlegiment, 8.
C. V.. will take place a' the 'Lown 11al1,
Winntsbor'o, S. C., on Mondayl1~ tihe lith of
April, at 1 o4'cloc4k, n. in. T1here will be
an election of oflicera, and a lull attendl
anfco-is earnestly reqjuested.
NOTICE is h reby given that tho an..
N 1ul1 election for Intendalnt and
14)nr1 WVardenus for the Tow'in ot' Winnsbor'o
will bo hold in the Town Hall on the first
Monday mn April, being thle -Ithi day
ther'eoh between the hoursa of 7 a. mn. and
5 p mi.
TheI~ book~ for Itogistr'ation of v'olers w'ill
be opene4td at the T[own 33al1l n' hursday,
lerie4ny and14 H'aIurday (Mlarch Sist atnd
Atprui 1st andl 2nd,) preceding tho day of'
lee ion. hlweent'f the hours o)f 6 a. mn. and
1p. m. of eac(h day.
he foilowing ci'titita are apptdhtod as
~Tangers of llegistration amit Electit-m:
.1 11. Cummnings, J. .E. WVilliamsa and Wil
lis Gorndo ori'oCou'i:
1m30! 17 E. 8. C1IANDIER, Clerk.
EDIT'ORS ARD NEWSP'APERf MEN
of the41 Cetity endtorse9 J44mes Bos.' Patent
(Gold watch Cases5. As a proof, read the fol
Ihlttmore, 333d., Miarch II 1890.
It glvos me pleasur43e'0 to inform.' eu iaat the
Jamies Doss Wiltch Case' I have15 entfed hits331
given perfect satisfactionf. It wiars beautI
full. J. TI. III.NOIhDt,
Ed. and Pro'.4' Te .rgram.
La744yette. lnd , Ma4r'!h 4, 198').
I take pleasttro In commEnidin~g the~ James
Boss Watch) Onwe 34a highly sat isfactory 4.nd(
enqial In wenr' to enc) of r:oltd gcold. Trhcy are
the "Bossi" in facta wvell as in no me.
w. 8. LING IE,
Ed. and Prop't ('our
Dent Mioincs, ha., Feb. '21. i8s'
Our angr has carrietd a Jaimes' J'bos
Il'atent Wiit ch Case, and cheerfun) ays thiat it
cantiot be beaten In rTATwhy.AD'1(.
I'ub'rs 1o4ea State( Leader.
I am pleased to say that the J:4ines 1Doss
wathi Catse I have Ia entIrely *:slsfactor'y,
heintg In 01very1 res'pect jelst as5 r'epresentd. IL
Is a perfect beaty. - -! f.ItI PETEMS(3,
Ed. Arid Thop't Irognoia Co, Tasmes.
". Wausau1, wis., Mn 4r(eb 10, 1s30.
The Watefite~ I have of your make ta ton
o~ery why sallfarctor'y :It IA j tt splendId.
,Ed. di Pr'op't Toc of Liberty.
.Th4.to arec C rred In by huneiredsot
othIe'r 'df t as I wchll orchanta, mechanices
and ,eoe~i in sll-p of the country.
e h~JA oly PnJ so made of Two
8 d Go~oJco~l .. arranted by' spe
cm ertM 3 3) Ask ur: . r or Illustra-.
t -t g I,.oia
NEW AND DESIRABLE.SPflING
.CHEAP AXD. PRETTY SPRING
BLACK and colored Caslmeres, Al
paeas, MoIh4irs, MIomie Cloths, Grenla
dines, BuntligA, lIlernani Cloths.
LAVN6, Muslina, Lineis, Suitings,
Pique, Ginghais, Calicoes, Naiisooks.
ASK to see "Renfireu" Ginghais.
Cassimeres,' Jpans, Cottontades and
13LEACIJED, Brown and Plaid
TA BLE Linen, Doylies, Towels,
IF ANY BODY WANTS A GOOD
IIAT for a little morev, let them
call ou me. NobbyliAe oi Straw liats
IF ANY MAN OR BOY WANTS A
SUIT of good, pretty, nobby, charm
Ing Spring Clothes, let thema call on
IF ANY MAN, WOMAN OR CLILD
WANTS a pair of Shoes, cheap, let
them call on mc aid get them.
THOSESHETLAND SHIA WLS ARE
A BEAUTIFUL Linle of Laces,
hanburg Edgings and Itsertions, Cot
* GENTS'Silk and Lineu Handker
LA ) I ES' Linen 1km-stitched Hand
GEN'TS', Ladies', Misses' and Chil
GENTS' AND LADhlES' SCARFS.
COLLARS and ("ifls, Itufiling, Etc.,
BUT VI AT IS THE USE TRYING
TO mention every thing in the Store?
Just. comeanid see mmme. that is all, and
I will make it pay you.
MY GROO4CERY STORiE,
AS usul, is well stocked with all
tie nlecesarcis. anuld a few of the luxu
ries, of lif. that is, in the eatinjug lina.
But it you hold need anmy hardware,
.rockerv, gts.svave or - woomden ware,
why I Can.) -sllply you.
SO DON'T FORGET TO CALL ON
J. & P. COATS
S IX-CORI) COTTON,
WVARR ANTED) 200 YARDS,
FIVE CENITS~ A SPO OL,
W E hanvo nowv in store the largos
sV tock ever piirchased by us,
and which will be disposed of tit low
Shoes, Groeorios. Jiidles.
Saddles. Harness, Red Leather,
Harness Leaber &c.
We are not given to "13LOWING,'
but can truthfully say we are offer
ing solid bargains, aind will be glad
to see you.
Uv. G. DESPORT1ES.
1n. W PHgH .aent. Winns,
NEW SPRING GOODS
NEW SPRING GOODS.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
OU NEW STOCK
OUR NEW STOCK
OUR NEW STOCK
OUR- NEW STOCK
OF SPRING GOODS
OF SPRING GOODS
OF SPRING GOODS
OF SPRING GOODS
COME AND SEE US.
COME AND SEE US.
COME AND SEE US.
COME AND SEE US.
P. LANDECEER & BRO.
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
P LANDECKER & BRO.
P. LANDECkER & BRO.
Fw Now Crop INJEW ORLEANS
MOLASSES, best in the market, and
syrups of all gratles.
A fino assortment of
. GRATED CDCOANy'F
Also, a good gttalityv of OAT N
in 6(19 pounid packages
GIVE ME A CATJ
EST ABLISH ED IRlS.
(Wovtby oil Waurr S7ootS.)
EuoRo'N A. CLARK
400 DkoADWAY, NEW 7
Since the 1itrodoetion of thia Spool
Coctoqi into the Arolean tsrket. it.sane
cess has been un precedentert. No otbqr
brand of thread has ever miet erith- the
same amount of pnblio fav.'r in the same
space of ilme.
Tlhe - 0. N. T " manafacturers were the
et to recognise the Inaportance of the
eowing Machine and to make a six-cord
cotton, which haa over beeni Ihe recog
nized standard for triachities..
All the improvementa in machinery
tha~t th" inventive genius of the nine.
teeth centttfy has produced -hav be
adapted b - the manufaetutera of -' N.T.'
At all the great Ynternatioual F4ii-e of
the world. "'0. N. T.-' hats been swarded
the highest nore.
* hq ''.O. T4" factories T. ewark.
N. J., and Paisley, spo&1i , etn loy
6,200 operatives - inak, utngloient, thread
daily to go around tho world fontr twiaes.
Consumne 140 tojps of coal dai a.
T be mnatutiturers of " .'.ar
.the:largest manftbtrors 1 Spool C'ot.
ton'in the worl$.
A ful assortment..of this .)Cotton.
can be had at wbolesaleasd' rtlat J. M3
nJEA'r A&Aa C6'8 feb 9- t.
SOME PEOPLE claim that Ger
regulate the production of cotton or
demand. Instead of excited visions, i
a sensible people, the present day a
which bouefits the public. Hear the
A Victory in Dry Goods, Notions,
500 Men's SumrUer tats, at 8 cent
433 Women's Triwmqd flats, at 86
248 Gents' Colored Shirts, at 831
E6 yaa ds of Spi ing -Dress Goods
Lace Bunting. Plain Black Bunting,
Cloths, Alpacas, Brilliantines, etc.
DOMESTICS-4480 yards Sheeti
TOWELS-800 Power Loom Tow
366 Power Loom Tow
100 Power Loom Tow
HANDHERCHIEFS-366 at 8,4,
CLOTHING-This Departwcnnt ia
SHOES, SHOS-$2,000 worth <
THESE goods have been bought fi
and are marked at rockb.ottom cash
I'rices* here. I have always advocate
and will put it in force this season mi
The bighest pricd paid for cotton
A Ki4?a Aa ika
LARGE Alu t,
S SETTING NEEDLE,
itLEa.4rr iN rtiksaa
ANED jf F.Wr
A. t A. C. ALFORD,
Ngo. 23 South Ogivert Stpeet,
*C~tasotd Coffees, ito,
- ' agnrraandOld Gov. .Jav.
Rio anid Old Gov. Java Rtoasted.
Tens, Black.' Imnlerial, Gunpowder
sud Young Hysonl.
I'est'*, Peaches, Pinepples. Tn,
matoes,- Salmon, Corned B~eef, Deviled
11am anid Turkey, Sardines, Ac.
Mcrnit Cheee, rGtuger Pre
servcA, Pin' Head Oat Isleal, Coopet
Gelatinie, Mustard, Black Pepper and
Dald vin %atetip. Cross & Blacik
well's Chow Chow, Empire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
t'In's WVordetbrshire Sauce.
5. F. MchMASTER & CJO.
T 'B2 undersigned having purobased tht
istogck 5p trade, r<.oently owned by
A, P. M fi'er. proposes to sell ti-e same at
argd below.oir:ginal cost. ie offors Frenio
Ceai ly at thirly-6lve cents.poi' poiud,
I.adioa' Bawkots at oost, pop. an d'ey
JUS T J$Y0V4$P,
and alwaya on band,. Fresh goa is. Or
anges, Lomone4. Appes, phoa and Dreads
of difforegt dg'4.
* . W. AIEEN.
Ald. gad pood spd 4esh always pa
band ' '' surn~
A Lperso n 1sl genafa~pI
topresent thelo rfl
lius is subject to the same laws which
grain, the supply adjuats itself to the
maginary dreams sounded in the ear of
emands something genuine and real
Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Hardware,
48, 85, 65, 75 up to $3 00.
-ents, worth 0 cents.
in new designs, consisting of Debelge,
Mlohairs, Bbck Cashmeres, Heunietta
ig, Shirtings and Drillings, at COST.
els, 44 inches, 25 cents.
ole, 36 inches, 10 cents.
Ole, 30 inches, 5 cents.
5, 8, up to 25 and 40 cents each.
well filled to suit the dtmand of the
>f Shoes just recoived.
ar CASH direct from first bands,
prices. No Time or Long Uredit
id the SHORT PROFIT SYSTEMi,
Jro than over.
rag8, and hides.
? .. T Li M ik
Agenuts for BAZAR~ PATTERN..
OUR Wintor Goods are atil being
soild at reduced prices to make roomt
A lot of Dusts ardeu Seeds, just
DNITob1 SET8, etq
9. n. B1AmY co.
SEEDS ! SEED~1I
J UST received, a lsre tot of choo~
U tdrdemu Seeds of all kind.
Seed andl eating~ Irish 'tt6A of
the clinicest klini . C) ' if
Groc~rlos arriving y n;.. i 'on
handl a large lot of bbt qiy ole
Leethetr; which wilJ~ g at~ lo
I am paving bigb~ht $)T$C for bry
feb 1% On the Corner
-GUANI NAN !
EAV b * sey of everal standard
the o.jz ? dthe Wito~ : Gibbs
~upj* p1A 11 Who k atar
do' t o e a be 1 t makin
- - . . ........
WINNSBORO, S. C
.81880 has passed away, I am
tankfl for the past favors b.
Ptowed on me by my customers of
Chester. Lancuate'r and Fairfield cotu.
ties, and must say that I have ool.
lected exceedingly wlnotwi *th-stand
ing the dry scason and short erop.t
now invite them to come, and L will
sell thezn -
AMLS AYND MO&RS
ou time uintl. fall,.upon ther rnamig
mle good papers.. I also invite (aA
bluyers, as I can sell to .them as low as
the lowest for Cash.
I DiE'Y cOMPETITIO .
A. WVILL IF OPD
PECIAL hudnccumeuts to cusfobioril
It will pay to examine and price outr
stock of D resi Goods. Flainels, Cue
simerea. Jemins. I"lauki, s.and aill otmhr
goods, act they will be Sold Cheap. We
ask tIe attention of the ladies to oue
CtOAKS A.vb DOLM4ANS,
which will b-e closed out at LO
CLOTHING AT BlOTTOM FIGUIES1
A small lot, of 6ir-petig, whI64
will be closed out at. BA RGAINS.
MicMASTEl , j3RICE & KETCHIM?
THlE CELEBRATED -. -
ho1t5S TEh ITTELRS
HiOSTETTER I3ITT ICEN.
F. W. HTABENICHiT'S.a
F. W. HABENICUT'S.,
F. W. IIABENICHT'S.
F. W. H ABRENICHIT ,
THE GREAT INDIAN
THlE (*fEAT INDPIAN
TH E (UR1AT INDIIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
F. W. HlABElNIUHT'
F. W. HA BENIONIT'S
F. W. HA.BENICHT'S.
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SPEJA L iNOTICE
T1O1 LAO1pof onor etploynent .d~.
.L1fng the slac~k buseen eu~o,
undedgued prooses to half-solo aot.
using og y tA *t a..