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InuLuOAD SCniEDULE.-The .trains
now pass Wintisboro as. follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.18 p. m.
south-bound, 5.80 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 8.64 a. In.; south-bound, 1.16
p. in. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Tax Notice--James-Q. Davis, Coun
-The Trial JustIces were at work
-The bear and the burglar have ap
-One of new immigrants was In
town last Saturday.
-Easter was celebrated at the Epis
copal church on Sunday.
-Farmers don't know whether to
begin plantIng cotton or not.
-The young leaves are making their
appearance and the trees look green
-"Beautiful Bells" is the favorite
song with some of the members of the
I. P. U.
-Winnsboi'o must get up a railroad
or a factory, or site will be out of the
-The Gordonls will have a compa
ny drill In the Thespian Hall on Wed
-Services were hield In all the
churchies !n town except the Baptist,
on last Sunday.
-The streets are now in a first rate
condition and reflect credit upon the
-The Episcopal church was beauti
fully decorated last week for the Eas
ter services on Sunday.
-We hiar that som cotton has been
picked recently. It did not open un
til very late in the season.
-The Treasurer has gone to Colum
bia to have their annual settlement
with the Comptroller General.
-The Gordons are having comianny
drills once or twice each week, pre
patratory to the Cowvpens Centennial.
--Blind Tonm will give an entertai~n
mnt ihu the Thespian 1Hail onl batur
igh. H iscertainly a phenome
-"That dear fellow," the President
coat these days, and still he asserts
tuat he feels lonely.
-Sunday was as rnIld as a May
morning, and a number of spring suits
were aired. The clerks must be treat
ing. the ''till" shamefully. -
-In answer to the Imutmrous inqui
ries for the proper name of the Vice
President's beautifulh residence, we
would say 'Go and ask him.'
--Lookout for Mimnaugh's "big"
advertisemnent which wvill appear' in
the next issue of THE Niws Aar> HER
-AL!). He says he is giving away goods.
Call and see him.
-Thiere is talk of organizing an
Archery clnb in 'own. Messrs, J, H.
Hiardin and J. W, Ilanahani have al
-ready seured bows and a nmumber of
arrows.-"Let 'er' shoot."
* -emembler thme snpper and festi
val at the TheSpianI Han to-nfkht, and
help thme ennse arlong by goinig to it.
You wvill not regret a fewv dhmes apenmt
in this way, anid it will do good.
-Mr, .John U. Duichanman came up
from the'9Agricultural University, on
Firiday,- on a visit of aL few (lays. We
learn from the authorities. that he is
do ig h)onoIrl to the coetrtey,
-It is said that bears love tol enit
young men who- stay ont late at night,
considering them .a great delicacy.
* This is fair notice to. the Presidenit and
the Grand Cornsor of the B-. P. UJ.
-Mr. David Mann reports that a
heavy wind stortn prevailed in the
southeastern portion ofithe county on
Friday afternoon, but tIIa't ft did not
blow down trees and fernefng as dfd
the one three or four weeke, ggo,
-We ieatiW that work has been cum.
mueneed on th6 publie roads In the
county, This has been fong' desited
by the' te'ateling publice, and the roads
should now be piut in the very best
-We advise the Prosenating A&ttor
noy,. wh~le wor'king tup his cases forthe'
next ann4iversary meeting of the B. P.
I., to pay special attention to the case
of Alabama vs. the B~egum of Bhopal.
The above-mtmet personage receives
at an average, of two "eoots"~ every
-Cadet D). D).. Gaillard, .of West
P oint, is eittremuely soff'tteus. to Sdd
out the facts relating to certain "ce'ae
tracting pates" tn this place... We
flee the phir 3e "contracting parties'> in
a purely m 'Imonlal' sense-and it is
-the fair di t'whony he i168o anx.
t6'ub. . il "cogi1tfton."
or ie jhSa :tiie wuestion.. -"Whetlh
f~n6 d~14p' t4*4v, 4.4ad
I~ '~ V 8'of~ ih the anxlons~ furnI.
*~ ~ her caused the abova
oirit 0 on the baok of his heel
n4s e6tV kops. Tito late Grand Tylea
ot one the otiea'day but was toood
cst to appiopriate the distliigo
honor all to hiniself, so he handed it t<
the Vice-PresIdent. They now divid
on the -princple that to the victors be
long the fbrniture circulars. Tha
furniture main is an enterprising fil
KNIC11TS OF HONoR.-The annsia
Ineeting of the Grand Lodge of tho
Knights of Honor is being held it
Yorkville. The Winsboro lodge i
represented by Mr. J. -8. Reynolds
Past Dictator. The order Is in a flour
Ishing condition all over the Union
and It has a full membership 11 this
IMMIGRANTS AT RIDGEWAY.-Mr.1Sam
uel McCormick received from the Com.
missioner of Immigration, last Friday,
three Swiss Immigrants for his Long
town plantation. Mr. McCorinickf
intention is to build a number of tone.
ment houses on his diflierent places
and rent them to these sturdy #ons o
the eastern continent.
THE FEASTERVILLE ACADEMY.-The
closing exercises and exidbition of this
school will take place on the 10th of
June next. Under the management of
Mr. D. B. Busby It jaas been conducted
admirably, we are Informed, for twd
years and is doing much good. Mr.
Busby cordially invites the teachers,
'either individually or as an association,
to attend the exercises and observe his
methods of teaching. We hope they
DEAT or Mu. W. B. YAnUonbuoon.
--Ma. W. A. Yarborough died at his
residence in Fairfield on Sunday morn
fig, April 10th, afteran illness of sev
eral. months, at the age of fifty-five
years. He was a member of the Meth
odist church and one of the most high
ly esteemed citizens of this county,
and his loss will be severely felt. His
remains were 11iterred in the burial
ground of the Little River Baptist
Church, where several members of his
family were buried.
THE STATE PREss ASSOCIATION.
This Association meets in Beaufort in
May, and a jolly time is expected, as
the brethren of the quill will enjoy an
excursion to several poilts of interest
in Florida. Although TIrE Ntws AND
hERALD has been a member of the As
sociation since its first organization.
its editors have always, from soie
reason or other, been prevented from
attending. This has been a matter of
grave regret, as they wish heartily to
coicur in the purposs of the Associh
tion. This year Tine NEWS AND HER
ALD is bound to be there or "break a
A RARE OLD1 B1oo.-Through the
kindness of Miss Etice Cloud, we
have beent permitted to examine a rare
old book-an English translation of
mathematical lectu1res del isered in
Latin b)y Sir Isaac Newtoni, as .Luca
sian Professor at Cambridge Univers'
ty. It is entitled "Universal Arith
metic, or a Treatise of Arithmeatical
Comnposiuion and Resolution," and it
comibinles Algebra, Geometry and
Conic Sections. The book we saw
was printed in London in 1720, and
was evidently used as a tert book by
some studen't In this country, we pre
snme. The modern school-boy may
congratulate himself that he lives in
the days of sugar coated In:struction.
WEDDING BELrs.-The Eatonton
(Ga.) M1esenger contains the follow,
Married on - onday, April 3d, 9
o'clock, p. mn. at the home of the
bride's parents, by the Rev. Dr. L. R.
Biranhiam, of thae Eatonton Baptist
church, Mr. J. A, Caldwell, of WVinns
boro, S. C., and Miss S. Lou Reid, of
Itatonton, Ga. The ceremons', which
was short, and lmplressive, and per
formed in an earnest and digntified
manner, was witnessed by a few rela
tives and friends. ~The bilide is knownm
as one of Etatonton's most charming
and acomphished young ladies-a con
YersatIonalIst of rare powv r and ai
pleasinig wielder of the p en. We coin
gratulate thle gro an d w ish the cou
pie abundant happiness.
After tihe ceremnony the gttests par
took of ana elegantly pirep~ared supper'.
Mr. Caldwell's many friends in Fair
field extend wvarmnest congratulations,
anid they weleome his bride as a charmna
ing acquisitonu to Fairfield. May long
life dnd4 happiness attend th~em.
Married- on Thursday April 7th1 a.
in., at tihe bofte fi' Drra Sett,- and
by the.IRot. IDougias Hlarrisonl, Mr.
John D.'Blair and Miss Miinnie A.
S'ott, all of Fairafiekd. The groom is
a sa'cessfud yomng merchlant, anld his
bride a rflost excellent young lady.
The Warmest wishes of all attend
--As a pDYinerv of the. bIod*1, Ayer's
Sarsa parilla has no egaal.. I't wonder
fully 1Mprotes the comnploxfo*, and
brings to old' and young. the 6looyn of
PtRQNS desiring to' eagog fa the
retail liquor business' for traw presenlt mull
nicipal- yensl inust hand i1- their applica.
tiona' to'tliender'signed onl or liefore l'J
o'olooki a. mn. on Tuheaday, the 19th o1
Applioationsa to iet~O OW the police
force will also be recived u'p to the same
Applicatfins for two lamnp-lghters WI01
also be received up to the same time.
Sealed bidhs fop furnishing oil, lamfs,
wieks, burneri oMuaeyasu an atohem
for the ubo of the street lamps, for thc
year endthag hlaay 1, 188:Z,- and. beparat<
sealed bids feor'the rent of Stalls No.. 1
and t of the miarket, for one year fron
Mtay 1, 1'881. wili also be ?eoeetIs withbit
?he sa~ time. Ooaunell rbaservW lbe'right
to reject any opr all bidy. '
.i' Syordet 91fCsuneilt
E.-8.- OBANDIER, Cleit.
Wnaxnoio, S. Q., April 16.
14 b6oks Of thW&-ofte *111 be open tc
.1 receive the taxes of the fiscal yeanV
1880 -81, on the first day of May 18S1, and
remain open to the first day of Juuo fol.
lowiung. Thb'rato poi centum is as fol
Town& Con Tota1
F4h11).. tfate. Co. Pence. Scli. Mas.
No. 1. 6 3 1-5 2 10.5
No. 2. 6 3 1-5 2 10.5
No. 8. 5 8 1-5 2 10.6
No. 4. 5 8 1-6 2 10.5
No. 5. 5 8 1-5 2 10.5
No. 6. 5 8 - 2 10
No. 7. 6 8 1-5 9- 10.0
No. 8. 5 8 - 2 10
No. 9. 5 3 1-5 2 10.5
No. 10. 5 8 1-5 2 10.5
No. 11. 5 8 1-5 2 10.5
No. 12. 6 8 1-5 2 10.6
No. 13. 5 8 1-5 2 10.5
No. 14. 6 3 1-5 8j 11.7-10
No. 15. 5 3 1-5 4 12.5
A poll-tax of One Dollar is required of
all malo persons between the ages of
twenty-one and sixty years, eeept those
exempt by law.
These taxes shall be duo and payable In
two equal instalments, as foliQwA: The
flrAt instalment shall be duo and payable
from the first day of May to the first, day
of June, 1881. and the second instalment
shall be due and payable from the ff
toonth (lay of September to the thirty
first day of October, 1881: Provided, That
it shall be, and is hereby, left to the op
tion of any person either to pay the
amount of the frst in talment at the tine
first mentioned, or to pay the whole
amount at the time of the payment of the
second instalment thereof: Provided fur
ther, That if any person whosoever shall
fail or refuse to pay his or her taxer due
under the first instalment, he, she or they
shall be charged with a penalt. of five
per centum on the firat inistalment, which
penalty shall be added."
The Treasurer is authorized to receive
in payment of the above tales only gold
and silver coin, United StateS curi'ehey,
National Bank notes and Coupons, which
shall become payablo during the year
1881 on the valid :)onsolidated Bonds of
this State, known as "Brown londa."
Jury tickets and the per diem of State
witnesses in the Circuit Court will be re
ceived for County Taxes, not including
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
ap 19- . County Treasurer
WE have now opened our STOCK
of SPRING and StMlER DRY
GOODS, and ask on inspection of
the same by the PUBLIC.
Each Department is full and
Complete, and in Styles, Quality
and Prices are Sceond to NONE
All we ask is that you examine
OUR STOCK. and we will convinc
you that we
"TALK SOLID FA CTS."
McMASTER, BRICE~ & KETC[HIN.
I'lt bH URUbE~tL
ARF constanitl bemi' edeited by me,
a Hynopbis of which Ii 1ive below.
NEW ORLEANS ifoLiS5FE8 AND STROPS
SUGARS, FRIOM TIIE HIGHEST T'O THEl
LOWEST GR ADIEE.
THg E INEST FLOUR iiN THE MARXRET-"THEl
PM iEN'i FAMILY "-AL ALL (IIIRS
CAL1~pORNIA PEA RS, 80fneting CiroIen.
SUCCoTASH, Deans afid torn Combined,
PEPPER. ETC.. ETC,
I ALSO INvITE YOUR AT IENTION TO OUR
Give me a call and examine for yourself,
Articles too nmueirouas to mention.
D. ft. rLINNIkEN4
g 4AT TflE
tEStRS GOtfbS, .H AND14EItC~If8,
CAMDRICS, CORBN~TS. 1NECKWEARI
MU8SLIN8; CAbLCOES, olES
AN ELEGANT PIPEN OF D'OU1ni WITIl
FR ENCH BUNTING.
ALL EINDS OF DObfIlTI0 ,DllY GOODS,
ILWAID'A IttLIX ItJEDLE~S, FOR IHATS
WOOL fIATS, 8FRAW HATS. CLOTJ~tNG.
& hdBAUTIFU~~1I~ 18u6'E5 iN AL!
GLOBE Eli) GLOVES TO A R RIVE JH4 A~ FEVI
We hA've have this de artzgeht ib sh<
rear- en'd d? oltr store,- dr are .4Moring al
the lowest prites
A DA 0f0tl
HA OlJ~4A EAT ~ l
ALWATS GLAD T'6 SB OUR FRZEND& A1
TSU 0012ENS TORK*
1. M. BEATY & Co.
THE CELE13RATEI>-- -
1O5 ETE~R BITTER9
HOSTETTER BITT ERS
P. W. HABENICHT'3.
F. W. HABENIOCT'S,
F. W. HABEN10IT'S,
F. W, HABENIOIIT'S,
THE GREAT INDIAN
TRIE OREAT INIAN
THE GREAT INDIAN
THE GREAT INDIA1
OCEOLA BITTERS ~
F. W. HABE NIOT'S.
F. W. 11ABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENICHT'S.
P. W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HABENIHT'S.
F W. HABENICHT'S.
F. W. HADENICUi.
colampound of the virttteg of asa.
ekwth the odo of ptash an iron,
al powerful blood-akinK blood-cleaus.
alterativ availablo to the public Th
sciencesrof eodicino and cheumistry hve
nee rdud a reey aoptntt
Humors Sal heu Scaldhead,
matim Mereurial Disease,R Ne
rlarit Femae Venesse and
tion, an Geneal DEbiiy
Biots psearching and ceansig qu a i.
which contaminat e 6 blood andcain
srves health, and infuses nen preo-n
~io'troughou the whole system.N
Aee dp~ asir b .ilgive Arsa's
nt is folly to eer rnent wt he nhu-,
medicinal vir tes, offered as blood -pul
fea while disas becomes more firl
inef suoh ccetrafed curative power
mosci rlabkn- bloo-purifier known
1wsribe is. It his boon widey used for
ed confidence of millo~ whran it k
EREPARED OY 0R, i. C, AYER & 0
Wraetteal and Analytiesl Ohemistea
*OrD 5? Maua DaveeGrsTS 5yERT1W333
#6+ N CL.
tLtdAlit JEIEN 71 6#,;
be A s1 s s
rnrlefn coral rnd sea eIT st,
ojto. u e
y / e aton~
you aony s-aton ng
SOME PEOPLEF claim tiat GOn
regulate the production of cotton or
demand. -Instead of excited visions, ir
a sensible people, the present day de
which benefits the public. Hear the
A Victory in Dry Goods, Notions,
500 Men's Summor flate, at 5 coentF
433 Women's Trimmed Hatn, at 35,
248 Gonts' Colored Shirts, at 33X ci
888 yards of Spring Dress Goods i:
Lace Bunting, Plain Black Bunting,:
Cloths, Alpacas, BrIlliantines, etc,
DOME STICS-4480 yards Sheetli
TOWLPLS-300 Power Loom Tow<
366 Power Loom Tow<
100 P>ower Loom Towo
HANDKERCHIEFS-300 at 8, 4,
CLOTHING-This Dopartmnnt is
SHOES, SHOES-$2,000 worth o
THESE goods have been bought f<
and aro marked at rock-bottom cash ]
/rices here. I have always advocate
and will put it in force this season mi
The highest pride paid fot dotton
SE WiNS MAGHINE.
LARGE ARM ,
ELEGA*? lx WI~isnf
AND IN FACr
The OllyFrf~ 6 1Y80 1 ineIR 1IM o,
A. & A. 0. AL~fDa ,
N, ga outh Calvert Street
TO( THOSE DESIRING TO BUILD4
E aejust emplnyed some of the
Y anost'Z skillful and esperlireed
workmnen, and are now ready to do all
kliidd tif house oiurpontor's wvork. WVo
have alad iade arr(ngoements with the
leading saw mifll tu furiah fts with lum
her. So on and after this dhte we at'o proe
parod to do all kinds of work. Persons
dehiring to have old honses repaired, or
contemlplatb buiding, will doa well to got
'in estiiate ffom u bo rdu e Miivig out con .
traots. Drawing plans anid specilcationA
a apecialty. WVe are versed in all t~hn new
styles and outs of the clay. Contracts
taken atiyw~here in the South. All wortk
JOHN J(. PURCELL & IOS.,
Buildoe and Contractors.
Winnsboro', S. C;
SEEDS ! SEEDS!f
J UST eceived,- a farske lot of chictic
Garden Seeds of all kiuds.
Sed andr eat.ing frish rotafoos of
th6 chbfdest kiudts; Choldo Family
Gro'eerles afriving dailv; I have on~
b and a layge lot of hoat quallty Sold
Leather, which -will b'o sold at low
I am paying highest prices for IUrf
ildes. Grve me e call,
WV. it. PONLY,
feb 12 On the Corner
stoek in trade, recentl owned by
A.I". Mffier, proposes 1cp sql theo same at
and belo4 original aiost, Hoe 6ffers Frenoh
Candy af, thirt y-five os~t4 for p onndi,
LasIieu* Bavkett at do'st, frolls aud Teys
aud always on bnd , Fresh Banan is. Or
anDgen, Lemoha, Apples, Cakesaand Broads
of diffeotf rinces.
J. W. AIKEN.
A3f tread, good and ifreeh. ou
band. mear 1- 3mi
AN L ARGE lot of the Obespcnt Toilet
ASnap for~ abnd pric ver brought to
MoMAflTER. 1BIt'E A KRE'IXIU |
DE P O T.
us is subject to the same laws whiel
grain, the supply adjusts itsolf to the
Langinary dreams sounded in the oar of
mands something genuine and real
Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Hardware,
4t5, 65, 5, '15 up to $3 00.
Dnts, worth 50 cents.
a now dosigns, conlisting of Debeigt.,
Uohairs, Black Casihmeres, Henrietta
g, Shirtings and Drillings, at COST.
Als, 44 inches, 25 cents.
ils, 36 inches, 10 conts.
ils, 30 inches, 5 cents.
5, 8, up to 25 and 40 echts each.
well filled to suit the demand of the
f Shoes just received.
)r CASIK direct from first hands.
rics. No Time or Long Uredit
A the SHORT PROFIT SYSTEMI,
)re than over.
rags, and hides.
.Lente for BA ZAR PATTERtNS.
VINNSI3ORO, S, C.
M t lBU(I$8 and SP'RNG
owprices for cash, or a sflnall
advance for good papers.
Opn Bugg\ess... ..800
p BnI~gg s.. ... .;65.00.
8 aoBody, Three
pfhilg Waigon, two
seats ........... 70.00 C
~'Spor'ting Wagon, two
nice turnout..;.... ... 7.00
Material and workmansahip,
warranted. A xles are Sheldon 's
jAmhor brand. Shiuler's Springs
?at'rd p~ent wheels.. I have ls
abipll line of Harness and I
[. J. Hr. CUMMINOS's
Opp. DuDIevy & Fann'a
. ANE2S S.
Aiibha~he to Tu'i Nawva Aun nJn
RSH 4ROCRES I
CWUGARS, assorted. -.Coffees, Rio)
Lagua-a and Old Gov. Java:
Rtio andl old Gov. Java Ro11sted,
Teas, black. Itmpeial, Giuipowder
and Yotung Hysou.
Pears, Peaches, Phieapples, To*
matoes, Salmon, Co'ned Beef, Devilad
liani and Turkey, 8arditieq &.
Macaroni and Cheese, invger Pre.
serves, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coopet
Gelatine, Mustard, Black Peppoi- and
Baldwin Catstip, Cross & Black
well's Chov Chow, Einpire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea& Per
rin's Worcestershire Sano.'
J. P. McMASTEI & CO.
(WUND ON 1 ITE SPOoLR.)
GEORGE A. CLARK4
4.00 BRiOADWAY; tf1W Votk;
Since the introduction of thiA spool
Cotton into the American market. its huc.
cost has been unprectcbhted. No otheri
brand of thread has ever met with the
sine amount of public favor In tho Same
sp1aco of times
Tbo "0. N. T " manufactii-ors ivero thd
first to recognize tho importance of th
.- wing Moahine and to itako a six-tdrd
cotton, which has ever boon the recog -
nized standard for machines.
All tho improveneits in inoahinery
thact the inventivo genius of the nine
teeth century has p rdduood have beoi
adapted by thb manAfaukltfof " O:N.T."
At all the great Internationtl Fairs ot'
the world, "O. N. T." hati boon awarded
the highest honors.
'Ih "0. N. T." factories at tiewayr:
N. J., and Pailey, Scothind, emplo
6,200 operatives-. make au t1eiont threanc
daily to go around the world font times,
Consumn 140 tbtis of coal daily
The manufaoturets of '-0. N'. T." ard
the larg 'st man ufacturors of Spool Cot
ton in L,:o world.
A full assortmioht of this Rpool Cotton;
can .bo had at wviolosaloand i-etail at, J. M
HEAT[Y & 0Q.'8. fdb 22- txStii
WE, the undf-signed, tes Noft failly (
form the ostizen of WIN N830fOo arni
vicinity that, we have REMiOV.LD to
ULANNlENbH flO NL
Anti ate n w it' receipt ot as full line' of
how and desirable
SPRINtf AND SUJMMEII O00D5
Which *o will sell at the ibwest prices
Laces and Embroiderics, wvhiob we offer at
accordingly low prices.
Wo rosntootfully askc the atteio# of (No
Ladies to our ontirel ynew fresh
stook of those goods.
English Rnwis( 'AI; flai ~afdleided Nana
sooks, Viques, in great variotv.
Lad lea' ia~ Soarfs, Ties Avid Pows, a6 7
fifteen cents, worth thirty-five cent.. -
BEAbTIFUJL SPRtINtG SUTS;
FINE, MESDIUM and UOS
For MN1 70titYS sud5 10Y8.
lMfADN TO C)EE.
Suits Made to ordler at eory low priews.
&AMfLES ON EXHWBITION.
... SnhucrbhA to eT'w. mJar .>