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1OWN AND COUNTY.
Ti'URSDAY, April 21. : 1881.
TERi1 oF THE NEws AND IlER ALD.
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Winnsboro Publishing Company
Wi.misboro, S. C.
T-AILuOAD ScIlEDULE.-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.18 p. m.
sout.h-bound, .O3 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 8.54 a. in.; south-bound, 1.15
p. in. These arrivals are on the biasis
of Railroad time. sixteo minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Oh I Oh I-John L. Miimnaugh.
An Ordinance.-E. S. Cnandler,
-Throwilng horseshoes is the diver
sion of the average small boy.
-The sale of reserved seats for
Blind Tom begins to-Inuorrow mnorning.
--Mimniiaugh is givigi away goods
by tihe arintLl. It you don't believe it,
go to see him and be convinced.
-It is time for the large boy to get
out their marbles, as the voice of the
customer is not heard on the streets
-To plant or not to plant, that is
the question. Whether 'tis better for
the flImer to put his cotton seed igL the
ground 11and risk the chanice of their
coing up1), or to take up hoes against.
a sc. ofgrass 1111( by cutting it dowin
kill it-liall I
-Tlic County Commissioiier.s are d(is
cussing the question of repairing the
Court House and jail. Somlethiig cCei
tainly ought to be done to llirove the
appelialice of each of these public buil
dings, and if the county authorities de
cide to apply the paiit biusih, it will
meet the wirm approval of an appre
ciative public. It is only a question of,
time whether Or not, the work shall be
done, and from an economicalu stand
point the sooner the thing is done the
EASTEnl ELECTION-A mlece!ing of tle
K coiinernl ninn. of' St.. .TolhnNi (Chnrehl.
Firted, wazs held oin Easter Mo'nday,
the 18th instant, wheni the following
elections were inatde:
Wardens--W. R. Robertson and Ui.
Vetrmt~en-.D. R. 13. 1lanahan,
Dulose Egleston, W. N. Chandler, .
-S. Reynolds, RI. S. Desportes, C. E.
'Thomas and E. S. Hlorry.
Chairman of the Vestry-W. R, Rob
Secretary and treasurer-W. N.
Delegates of the Dioesan Conven.'
l ion to be held in the city of Charleston
on the 11th of May next-lH. A. Gail
Slard, C. S. Dwight, R. S. D~esportes,
Sand T. L. Builow.
SAlternates-Dr. R. B. ftaniahani and
SJohn R. Thomas.
-'ME~rING oF TItE TOwN CaoxNI.-~
'The newr Tiown Council held their first
business meeting on Tuesday hi(st, all
the members beinig present. Liquor
licenses wecre fixed at $h50.00 per an-'
flum, payable quarterly-the CJouncil
resryin theriht to close the saloons
4 on01 public occasions. Th~le ordinance
on that sub~ject will be found in anoth
tel column. The preCsenit p)olicemleni,
Messrs. Gilbert aind Gunnell, were re
clected, as were also the lamplighters,
A bram Munro and Addisomr Clarke.
R1. Garrison and R1. N. Mcelaster, the
fome gtigStall No. 1 at $100.25,
&,c., for the street lampls, was award
' edi to J. L. Mimnaugh, his being the
lowest bid. Tbch liquor licenses ex
pire0 on the 23d of the present mrontht,
andti~ we undi~erstanid that all those now
engaged h) the business will reniew
4.except two. All dealers in ligtn hmate
,to pay to the County Treasurer the
S .tate tax of one0 hiundrted dollars be
for e the municipal authorities can
~:issue their license. This is required
by an Act of the Iast Legislature.
CNhurch festivals always kaid wvell in
WVinnusboro.- The cornbination of eata
lbles anid fancy articles makes a display
that attracts all shades of~ tastes. By
early candle-light on Tuesday night an
1mmnenseccrowvd had assembled in the
Ti'1hesplam Ilally amid were greeted with
a most tetmptinig array of savor'y
4v iands on the 0one side, aind by an al
most endless variety of fanicy articles
on the other. Fair maidens and ma
troily housewives lent their pres~ence
and services to enhance the attractive
ness of the scene, and were assiduouis
in their attention to the waints of all.
The young people wvero ina liutter of
excitement, anid thin old. folks weore
heamuing with smiles, neq doubt think
lng of the time wheni tlIcy, too, were
younig and gay. T1heo fl wver girls, the
cigar girls and the littld tuit venders,
ilttered hero and there 'hrough the
rowd, looking s0od ng that the
ardest hoa' ' g da a tera.
-* .~-. won it make tthr -
in hils boots. I ation and
u~~l~f? ~ '6 good
foltld their way to y oting aid hItin'
cent lieits, We obserVed that several
couples showed i si'ong prefeenc
for the back seats, soruewhat removed
from the crowd, and the bencles on
one side seened to be specially suited
to a quiet tete-adtete. This arralige
ment may have been accidental, but it
bore the ear marks of ca'eibt design.
A few couples even betook themselves
to a promenade by starlight, perhaps
to study astronoiy, may be to escape
suflocation in the hall. We were struck
with tie fact that the 13. P. U. were
out lin full force and judging from the
conduct ol'several of them we opine
that the Prosecuting Attorney will
have a good miany indictilents to hand
in at the next "Session." The "Devil"
suggests that the P. A. may have to be
indicted also. The Art gallery was a
special feature of the festival, and at
tracted many lovers of high art.
Whether this was dac to the fair pro
prietors, or the merits of the specilnens
of art, we will refer to our' bachelor
friends. Where there was so. much to
clain the attention of our reporter, a
full notice is hardly practicable, but
we Inust not omit to mention the pig
show which seemed to af'ord consider
able aiMsclOnt to the small boys.
The enterininent, we are gratilled to
say, was a coipleto success ill every
way, and we congriatilate our Metho
list friends on the satisfactory result of
their eflorts. The net amount realized,
about a hundred and sixty dollars,
speaks well for the liberalitiy of the
conmiiunity, anld is all Ilhe niore w~el
cone in that it was so deservedly
-Jay Gould speaks highly of the
South. The railroads are imlproving,
ftruit culture is a big thing inl Florida,
and thie alligator crop is still abund
ant. Ii speaking furtiher of' the South
Mr. Gould said: "I was muore pleased
with a1vaInnlal than with any place
visited. It is a beauti'ul place, anid
will be a very rihl p1hice on1e of these
days. Augusta, too, is thriving. It
looks like a New Euglaid town, with
its tianuuthetories. There is a cotton
mill ill process of completion there
now tIhat will enuploy 1,500 hands, and
here are several other cotton muills inl
Ie place. Easterii Capital is largely
invested there atid will continue to
le." * * * Mr. Gould said, in
concl usion, that he had nlo opportuill
ty to visit tile mineral regionts o' the
South, and especially of Alabairt, and
therefbre could not Form any estimate
of the value of tho interests (evelop
ingf there. But lie did not hesitate to
say that what lie had seen had con
viiced hin that the old South is to.
dav an excellent place for the invest
1ientl, ot'Elstern capital, and that the
people of ite ol( Sothli ar'e itllnitiv
ilore intterested inl the developinultit of
their own wc!thi'e and ot the National
prosperity thanl they are inl politics.
-As a purifier ot lie blood, Aver's
SairsalI ril la is 110 eIllal . It wo i'(ltr
I'tlly imlirov es fihe com Iplexion, and
I-ings to old and young.' the bloom of
In Rolation to LIiIcne for Traffic In
pBE IT ENACTED and ordiained by the
SIntendanit and Wardens ot the'
Town of Winnsboro, 8. C., in Council
I. T(hat in all Licenses hiereafter grant
c-1 for the retail traffic in spiritnous and
malt liquors, it shall be a condlition that
wheno er, in the opinionl of thme Towvn
Council of said Toun, the closing of the
bar-roomns shaill bo niecessary~ to thme peace
and good order of the said ['own, by rea
son of' there being a large assemnblage of
persons in said Town on a puli. day or
otherwise, the bar-room of' thme person so
licensed shall ha olosed on the request,
thmeref'or by t.1o Intendant.
II., Thamt any failure to comply wiith the
provisions of the first section or the Ordi
niaeo shall be a cause of forfeiture of
.- Done in Concil this 19th day
SALof A pril, l88 I, under' the cor-.
p-b-'lOrate seal of' the said Town
JOHIN J. NElL,
E. S. Cn.NDx.n. Intendant.
T I lE Survivors of the Twelfth Rlegi
.L mlonit. 5. O. V., are requested to
meet in the Court. House on Saturday,
A priI 23. at II j o'clock. A full attend
anois desired. The Committee on Sta
tistics are expected to rep~ort.
J. IR. BJOYLES,
TO) THLOSE DESIiRING TO BUILD).
V~TE have just cnmployed some of the
niV ost skillful and experienced
workmnt, and are nowv ready to do all
kinds of houso caripcnter's work. We
have also inado arreangoints with the
leading smaa mills to furnish us with lutn
bor1. 'So on an-i after this (late we are' p~re
paired to do all kinds of work. Persons
desiring to have old houses repaired, or
gOntem'plate building, will (do well to get
nn1 est imate froin ns bofol o giving out con.
sta.cts. Irawing plants and specifications
a specialty. We are versed in all the now
styles and. cuts of the day. Contracts
taken any whore in the South. All work
JOHIN .H. PURCELL & BROS,
Bluildors and Contritotors.
Winnsboro, S. C,
-ELEGANT JEWERY CHEAPV
To'tntrodluce our now styles and Influenco trad'e
*e miake the following unparalleled offers for a
short time: "'The Ber in P acket contains a gold
plated watch chain, agate shawl ptl lady's oeo
grant setJewelry, sea bean cuffibutti't cet'at fnck
lace, set of agate'studls, g1od pla-to bn ring, collar
btnkyring, ipock, hook, imitation silk
hadec ief en, rpencit, comic eoeoe and
Visiting cardts. Alt these milied tO you for 85c. in
tai ps 4 rackei (orl.00. Th'le los car be re.
Tihcioyal Usaket confalnsoueanperbamothyst
ring, elegant coral breuch set ini box, fancy' neck
lace, coral sleeve buttons, enraved gold pato
Braceies, roso scarfpin, goldi paed lady'set, gold
plate sleeve buttons, h~eavy od plate studs,1 eely
cameo scarf pIn- gnuine I arsian diamond sltuS
Maltese cross wviti P. dilamond~ centel-. beautin d.
Jnt sleeve buttons, plated cellar tutton, pla'mted.
talk wvatchi chain, plin goldt plate ring nobby
cameo ring, Maltese ca~r-ringa *itha P. dimond
settings, genta' fail comb. amethyst, set, lady's
alpatnst, with wvhite st one seltings jet and
cameo sec rf pin en1g. gold nilate sleeve uttons'
Trho wh. ,m of this magniffcent collection sent
secnre of mail for II, 2 for 9170 f or GIl. This lo6
can be retailoed easil t, fromi9. to 910. -Address,
N. Y. JIOwELIIY CO., Atl at a, (Oa.
;rns ATLANTA oasays: " This company Is
perfectly roli able, and the amount they give for
your monoy Is astounding."
MONE Y SAVED IS MONEY MADE!!!
~~ URH[A SE your Engines from us, and
avoe $100 on a 10 Hor'se; $'00 on a
20 Hforso, and $30- on a 30 Ilorse-Power
Engine. Send fot our pruicos before par
olhnsing Engines, Gins, Presses, gaw and
Grist Mills, Thrashers, or any kind of
Machinery. Weo aro Manufatct'umrers' Agents
pnd gtarantee atirfittion in quality aid
irice. WVALKFER & LOUD,
' No. 135 Meeting St., Westtside,
Near Oharleston hotel, Charleston, 13. C.
OFE -U9OF CoUNTY TiEAJU1W1.
WVINNUnOno, -S. C., Apr-il 10.
r lE books of this offto will bo pen to
receive tho tases of the fiscal years
1880-81, on the first dty of May 1881, and
rcmuhlt open to 4ihe first div of June fol
lowing. The rate per cohtum is a fol.
Town- Con. T o t a I
.4h1p1. State. Co. Fenice. Schl. -M IIS..
No. 1. b 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 2. 6 8 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 3. 5 8 1-3 2 10.1-5
No. *4. 6 a 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 5. 6 3 1-0 2 10.1,0
No. 6. 6 3 - 2 10
No. 7. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 8. 6 3 - 2 10
No. 9. 5 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 10. 6 11 1-5 2 10.1-5
NO. 11. 6 3 1-5 2 10.1-5
No. 12. 6 3 1- 2 * 10.1-5
No. 13. 6 3 1-5 2 10.1-6
No. 14, 6 3 1-5 sA 11;7-10
No. 16. 5 3 1-5 4 12.1-5
A poll-tax of Ono Dollar is required of
all malo persons bettveen the ages of
twenty-ono Inid sHixty years, except those
Xeoll)t by l1aw.
These taxes shall be due and payable it
two equal instalments, ais follows: The
first instalment shall be due 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 fif
teenth day of Septomnbe to the thirty
first (lay of October, 1881: Provided, That
it shall bej and is hereby, left to the op
tion of atiy person either to pay the
amount of the first in taliont at the time
first mentioned, or to pay the whole
amouTit at tihe time of the payment of the
second instalment thereof: Provided fur.
ther, That if any person whosoevoe' shall
fail or refuse to pay his or her taxc duo
under the first instalment he, sho or they
sliall be charged with a penalty of five
per centtin on the finrt institalment, which
pen1rdty shall be added."
The Treasurer is authorized to receive
in payment of the above taxes only gold
and silver coin, United State3 currency,
National Bank notes and (oupons, which
shall become payablo during the year
1881 on the valid consolidated Bonds of
this State, known as "Brown Bonds."
Jury tickets and the por diem of State
witnesses in the Circuit Court will be re
ceived for County Ta%aea, not including
JAMES Q. DAVIS,
ap 1- County Treasurer
ARF constantly being received by me,
a synopsis of which I give )ClOW.
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSER AND SYRUPS
SUGARS, FROM TIE IIJiGHEST TO TI
TH'E iNES' FLOUIN TH ImC MAIRKET-"THE
PATENT FAMILY"-Al,-O ALL GRAI)ES
JACKSON'S BES'T FAMILY FLOUR.
CA LIFOR N IA PEA RS, hometing Choice.
SUCCOTASH, Ileans and Corni Combined,
irg'Iri2.i. ETC., ETC.
I AL'-O INv'1TE Y 'Ri ATT'iENTIION 'TO OUl.
Give mec a call amd examinn kdr yourself.
Articles too nmerous to mention.
I). M. ELENNIKiEN.
( AT TUE F
DRESS GOODS, IIANDKERCIEFS,
CAMIBRICS, . NECK WEAR.
P'IQU ES, TRMN
MUSLINS, CAIOS ACEINS,
AN ELEGANT PI7'ECII OF fPOtYBLE WIDTH
ALL, KINDS OF DOM3ESTlIC DIRY GOODS.
MILW~AD' HE) IILIX NEED)LFS,. EURI BATS
A BEAUTIFUL LINE 0O' SilOES IN ALl4
GLOBE KID GLOVES TO AlRRIIVE, IN A FEWV
J. M. BEATY & CO.
We have have this department in the
rear end of eur store, and are on'ering at
the lowest prices
8UGA itS, (OF FEES. BEST BRt ANDS PA RCH ED
COFFEE, (IHOICE EVA P'ORATIED) PEA(CHES
AND) AFPLRs. CIIOTCP (ANNED) TO.
* MATOES, PEACIhES. P'INIA PPILES,'
E.TC. CHIOICI RICE, CH!OICI'
HIMAS, CHOi0 FOUR 11EST GUINPIOWDR
TEA, M ESS MACKERIEL IN CANS, ETC.
ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE OUR FRIENDS AT
THlE CORNEIR STORE.
J. M. IJEATY & CO.
Conisiting of a now and om iplete )ino 6f
DRtY GOODS, OLOTHlING,
SHOES, UATS, %TC.
Are respoetfully invited to oall and ez.
amino my Stock before pulrohasing ele
GLADDEN HIOTE I*j,
WE, tho undersigned. to etfully in
form the citizels of WINNSIORO and
vicinity that we have REMOVED to
And aro now in teceipt nf a full line of
now and desirable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Which We will soll at the lowest prices
Laees and Embroideries, Which we oitor at
accordingly low pricos.
We respectfully ask the attention of the
Ladies to our entirely new fresh
stock of these goods.
Ebghsh Swiss, Plain and Plaided Ran
sookfi, Piques, in great variety.
Ladies' Lane Scarfs, Tiers anld Pows, at
iiftocen cents, worth thirty-live cents.
BEAUTIFUtL SPRING SUIT8
FINE, MEDIUM lnd COMMON
For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS,
MADE TO ORDER.
Suits made to order at very low prices.
SAMiLES ON EXIIBITION.
P. ballocol & Bro.
A y er'sB
FOR RESTOSING ORAY HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL VITALITY AND C0LQR.
I-r is a most agreeable dressing, which
is at once harmless and effectual, for
preserving the hair. It restores, wit1h
the gloss and freshness of youth, faded
or gray, light, and red hair, to a rich
browni, or deep black, as may be desired.
Bly its use thin hair is thickened, and
baldness of ten though not always cured.
IIt checks falling of the hair Inmedi.
ately, and causes a' new grow~h in all
eases where' the glands are not decayed ;
while to brashy, weak, or otherwise
diseased hair, it imparts vitality and
strength, and renders it pliable.
The Vroon cleanses the scalp, cures
and prevents the formation of dlandruff;
and, by its coolig, athmiulating; artd
soothing properties, it heals most if nof,
all of the humors and diseases peculiai'
to the scalp, keeping it cool; clean; and
soft, under which conditions diseased
of the scalp and hair are inpossible.
As a Dlressing for Ladies' Hafr
'The Vicoon is incomparable. It is color.
tess, contains neither oil nor dye, and
ivill not soil white cambric. It imparts
an agreeable and lasting perfume, and
as an article for the toilet It is economild
cal and unsurpassed in its excellence.
PREPARED BY DR. ). C. AVER & CO.,
Practical and Analytical ChemisEts,
sOLD BY, ALL DRUGGISTS Ev'iiiant.#
WINNSBOPO, S. C,
RIVALRY, CALMI OTR EXCITti
AND REST-A LONG RELEA
TIS BETTER THAN THE END]
8,488 yards of Calicoes at 5 conte
2,000 yards of - Shirting at 4- c4
2,000 yards of Jeans and Cottonc
131AINS, ENEROi AND JA
200 pairn of Ladies Cable Shoes,
>rico of $1.25.
50 Uarsoillos Quilts at $1.60) for:
25 pieces Piques just received in
[5 and 20 cents.
PR1oI THESE GOODS I
100 Moei's Straw Hats. The bigg
or CASH, only 50 cents. Itiet think
89 Mon's Hats at $1.00 each.
5 doten Ladies' Trimmed Hats fr
k CO., at half their original value.
GROCERIES I I
Teas, Sugars, Co'oos. Molasses
25 Boxes Soap to arrite-this wee]
)PACE DOES NOT PERMIT ME I
BARGAINS I Ai OFFERIN(
go Fictitons Or
J. L. MIM
ELEG4ANT IN FNiXWU,
AND IN FAar
A. & A. 6. ALFOROf
1o.3 So8uth Oaf vort Gtreet,
B3ALT!MOR E, MD.
L6 iOsuttm i
R. W PHILLIPS, Agent, Winns
boro, 8. C. de
SJST received, a lii'go loi, of' choice
G. tarden ee of all kinds.
.Seed and eating Irish Potafoes of
th'e choicest kinds. Choice Familly
Grocerls .arrilvlng dally. I hev6 on~
liand a large lot of best quality Sole
L~eather, which will be sold at low
I am paying highest prices for Dry
Hides. ive the ~,al
feb 12 Oni the Corner
rf HE~ u~fdotalgbed hiavidg jpvrob6ed th.
A. P.oii ern trade, recently owned by
and below or glnal cost. Hie o0'ers French
Oi'dyak thry-five cents or pond,
ndalwa on and, re1 Oar
of 4ifferoeit kin.ds.
J. W. AIKEN,
ha' Bread, good sad .freeb slay og
uERVES, I BRING YOU "PEACE
3E FROM TOIL AND CARE."
biESS, IIOPELESS, WEARYJNG
, worth 7 and 9 cetitH elsewhore.
HtR, worth 6 and 7 cents.
des at 12 cents, worth 20 and 25 ets.
LSH IS BOUND TO TELt.
worth $L75, att tho astonishingly low
mer prico $2.50 and $3.00.
a variety of pretty donigns4 at 7j, 10,
Peat drive ever offered in this place,
oin the great slaughter salo of HART
".OCERIES I I
at 5 por cent. over their original
r, at four cents per pound by thb
O ENUMERATE THE DECIbhD
k THIS SEASON FOR CASH.
Long Time Prices.
E ACKNOWLEDGED LEADER.
Agonte for B3AZAR PATTERNS.
th baio inow opoiod our STOCK
of SPRING and SUMMER DRY
GOODS, and ask att inftpection of
tho samo by tlhe PUB3LIQ.
Nach ho6partmarnt is frill atid
Complete, and in~ styles, Quality
anid Pricas are Seboncd to NONE.
All we ask is that you examino
OUR STOCK, and We will convinco
you that we
"TALK SOLIDW FACTS."
i$c1ASTER, lICCE & KETCUIIN:
MSF BU(GGIES aind SPORING
LIWAON$% ai-O offered at
low prices ?oi' dah or a small
1advanen~ for good papers.
Sporting Wagoti, two~o
seats, ,threc-sprng-a d
MatoiJal and workshaii -
warranted. Axles are Sheldon
Anchor brand. Shulor's SphIgs
4and patent wheels. .t l' hvealso
Yhful. 11nd of Harness andQ
thap. Duiilevy & Fant's,
H 4R NE S S.
..ncrsha' to Tru: !'ws umD
c TRA E
(OtiJND ON WUITI SPoOR.)I
4AEORGE A. CLARK4
400 BROADWAY, NEW YOifR,
Since the introdhotidh df thia Sjol
Cottou Into the American maiket. its ad.
cos has been ithprocedefitod. Nis dtlit
brand of thread has ever junt *Ith the
name amount of jIublio fl%of inl the matio
cpaco of tiltio.
'T'h "O. N. T 1 Tuntittfudiutm *era ttio
first to recognir.o the iaporthitce of thi9
8owing Mabbino ntnd to makd a mix-ord
cotton, whilch fan bor been Iho rLoog
nized stahtdard for maohinoR.
All the* improvements in machinery
that thn itivehtivU genlin ot the nine
teeth cohtitry has ptodneied have beOn
adapted by the inatnifactuige of -O.N.T."
At all thu gient toternational Fairs of
thu world, "0. N. T." has Ieaun hwarded
the highest hoilors.
'Iho "0. N. T." factofies at Nowark.
N. J., atid Paisley, kieatlhnd, oiniplo *
6,200 uporatist-mnako suffleient thrend
dally to go nrotihd the world fotr time.
(onstime 140 tofia of ebal daily
Tho manufactutors of 1'0. N.''" nrd
the largest manufacturors of Spool Cot
ton in the world.
A full assortitieht of this Spool Cottoit.
can be had ht wholcsaid ahd rotail at J. Al
BEATY & CO.'S. fob 22-tx0n
FRESH GROCERIES I
'jUGARS, assorted. Cofieds, Md;
Lag U-I and Old GOv. JIIV4a;
Rio and Old boy. Java Rd~agted;
Teas, Black, inperial, Gunpowder
and Young Ilyson.
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