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RAIUMOAD ScHEDULEC-The trains
now pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.28 pn
south-bound, 4.28 p. in.; north-bund
freight, 9.05 a. in.; south-bound, 1.87
p. m. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Final Discharge--W. R. Robertson
Sale of Personal Property-A. Willi.
Musical Homes ame Happy lons
Ludden & Bates.
WHERE TO BUr A PIANO.-In this
issue will be found the advertisement
of Messrs. Ludden and Bates, of the
great Staikern Music House. This
firm started out aout ten years ago
upon a career of enterprise and energy
that has placed them iII a prominent
position all over this section. With in
creased facUlties they are now pre
pared to supply the wanta and grati
fy the tastes of all. Anyone wanting a
Piano r -an Organ wiIII do well to com
munleate with Messrs. Ludden & Bates
before makhin a purchase. They
mean business and guarantee satifac
tion. They have sold more than one
instrumentin this section and have in
every case fulalied their representa.
tions to the very letter.
Te SuNDAr SouooL Pcimc.-The
Sunday School picnic on last Friday
was one of the most pleasant ever at
tended by either the young or old peo
pie of this'place, and was in every
sense a.pomplete success. About half
the difftrent Sunday schools of the
town rej*Wlred to the grove near the
Presbyterian Church, where the morn
ing wasbpeint in various kinds ofamuse
ment. Quite a ,fifnber of swings had
been put up and a croquet set had been
brought to the grounds. The boys had
brought their bows and quivers; and
several matches were gotten up which
created as.much-interest amongst the
juvenileapickidikers as the mest notable
shooting matches of the gorgeous mili
tary. Between swings and shooting
:natches and croquet games the mernt
ing passed away most delightfully.
When 'dinner was announced it
was found unnecessary to call
the roll, so that was dispensed with.
The tables were fi-st spread for
the entertainment of the Sunday school
pupils, and afterwards for the teachers
and invited guests. ..We feel unable to
do justiceJto the merits of the table
spread oni this occasion. There was a
superabundance of tempting good
things, which for variety and richness
we have never seen equaled at any
picnic. When all had fully satisfied
the inner man there was still an abun
dance left on the tables. And even an
epicure would have bestowed unstint
ed praises upon the rich repast. A fter
dinner Miss Caldwell of North Caroli
na was crowned as May Queen by Mr.
R. W. Caldwell of this place. This
feature of the day was much enjoyed
by all who witnessed It. The remain
der of the day was spent int rambles
for flowers, games and social conver
sation. Thus was ~Bpent one. of the
most enjoyable days of the 'season.
The ladies who assisted sin arranging
in the tables and loading them with
dainties, cannot be two highly praised.
They did their part well and made the
whole affair reflect their .good taste
Splendid Sites in Farfeld-The Parr 3111
[coRREsPON.DENE NEWs AND HERDALD.)
Hesnrs. ltdfors: Factories and im
migration .seem now to be the all
absorbing thoughts of the Seuth, and
I am glad to see so much interest mani
fested by old South Carolina In two
such important matters. .The first can
well be said to lead to wvealth, power
and influence. We see firom the pub
lie prints that those already In oper
ation are e'.asing handsome dividends.
--15 per cenit. or ninety thousand dol
lars upon the capital invested. I see
also that -other counties are taking
steps to erbct thoctories in 'their midst,.
Can it be possible that old Fairfield is
taking a nap, and that .on awakening
she will find herself behind the times?
I hope not. ,Lappears to sie that the
water co r&#of Fairfld are as good
for mnanu rinang purposes as you
will land in the Stat....8Sitaated as she
is, with the Wateree ad Catawba,
two fine streantq,~identli her east.
ern and northedsteru ' oxrs; -:with
the rippling groad enciroJgng (ei, et.
tern and sourthern shores, shy might
well be said to be a county naurally
adapted to nianufhetories. In .addi
tion to these fittural ad antages, she
Is traversed on twosldes by railroads.
Possessing espch, t' s the ras
and rivers ofer,
people of the - .k the
proper. atep bl.
for that p gt
started in-the cognfta .stagcgtory
to wbich adjtions could be tnade as
the investment would warrant. Or it
home aid cannuot be induced to embark
in the enterprise, probably an arrange
ment might bo.efeeted through which
Northern capital could be persuaded
to take hold of the matter and erect in
our mnist that which we so much de
sire-a tetory. The waters of Broad
River can easily be utilized for such
purpoges, and L venture to say it has a
site at which a feetory can bo erected
with more advantages than any other
slt you will find in the c6unty. III
connetlon with the natural advantages
of the site In view it is conlveniently
situated for shipping purposes. The
Spartanburg and nion Railroad pas
."s wIthin i% mile of the prosp eive
& 4tory. I am told by good authority
that a patural fill of fifteen feet of
water can be had at this point. This
mill seat, formerly owned by Major
Parr, deceased, is known as Parr's
Mill to this day, notwithstanding it is
now the property of Mr. Jno. 0. Swy.
gert, and a number-one flour and grist
mill Is now in operation. If capital
ists who are in the manuiheturing lne
will visit the Parr's Mill seat on Broad
River, they will verify my opinion.
May-this straw hell) to cause the peo.
ple of Fairfield to consider the bene
fits we would derive both Individually
and collectively. There is idle capital
enough in the county to erect a small
Aketory: all that is needed is for some
enterprising young men to take the
lead, and you and~I will live to hear
the hum of the spindles upon our wa
ter courses, too. Then factories will
be sure to give us an Influx of num
bers in population. The "tidal wave"
of immigratioi will set In more strong
ly to our State, and through that
means we will be able, I hope, to
stand upon a firmer foundation politi
cally than we now seem to enjo .
ENTRE .. OUS.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
apply to the Judge of Probate of
Fairfied County for a final discharge am
Guardian (f the Estate of Alice E. Hollis
(nee Ford) on Friday, June 24, 1881.
W. R. ROBERTSON,
may 24-t 1X3 Guardia.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
T N pursuance of authority on me con.
.Lforred by mortgage of F. M. Gads.
den and R. Gadsden, of date the 8th day
of April, 1881. I will offer for sale before
the Court House door, in Winnsboro, on
the first Monday in June next, at public
outcry, to the highest bidder: One gray
mare mule, about ten years old, and
about fourteen and one-half hands high,
Terms of ale-CA8I.
may 24-ttd A. WILLIFORD.
"What has earth dearer in palace or grove,
Than musi. at nightfall frein lips that we love."
Ahl yes, Music, Sweet Music, . does
make Home, Sweet Hom. happier an(,
dearer and the head of a family that in
these days of culture and progress does
not plae a Piano or an Organ in his
home, deprives himself and dear ones of
a vast amountof pure and refining enjoy
ment. Our Sunny . outiiland has in the
past ten years taken a wonderful step
torward in " usical developmient and the
grand question now being agitated in her
millions. ct homes is not "Shall we buy an
instrument,'' but ''How and where shall
we buy it.' And it is a porplexing ques.
tion, too. The papers are now flooded
with flaming advertisements offering won
derful bargains of $1,000 Pianos for $ 97,
17 Stop Orgns for 3. One friend ad
vises ti s, an I another that, amnd so on,
until the worried buyer becomes actually
afraid to buy at all, lost *.e be cheated,
and so delays until some unscrupulous
traveling agent comes along and "sconops
him in" wiuth a oheap, "anide" instru.
ment, which, in the en~d, p roves a souroc
of mortification,' rather than of enjoy.
WH3a TQ BUT. HOW TO BUY,
THE QUESTION~ 8OLVED,
Ours to answer. Ours to point the place
to buy good, honest instruments at honeui
prices. Ours to save buyers from iposi
tionoandovercharging. The mission of
LUDD2N . & DATES'
SOUTHERN M U S I 0 ROUSE,
The great Piano and Organ House of
the:Soiuth,- to furnish Southern buy ers
with Plahos and Organs from standard
makers, at.' lowest . factory wholesale
prices. Established in 1870, and now an
immense Music House, Magnificent Don
bsle Store, sixty feet front, three stories
above basement. Two hundred Pianos
and Organs in stock. Thousands of in
struments sold yearly. Our field the
douth. Our dustomers legion Our capi
tal ample; Mueicians ourselves.; An
army of employees. Branch H ouses in
seven cities..- Our travelers -everywhere.
Exclusive control of the beet instrumente
in the world. Direct connection with
manufacturers. Always pioneers in low
p~rices. Able and willing to compete with
the world. Pledged and sworn to do it.
AND NOW MA1RE US WELL,
Don't waste time answering absurd and
deceptive advertisements, If you want
cheap instruments, we have them, and at
less than the lowest. We compete with
Beatty, or Marohall & Smith, or any other
man, no matter where he lives or how
much he blows. 266 dIfferent styles and
prices to select fromi, and such makers as
Jhuickeuing, Mathushek, Arion, Southern
Gem, M~ason & Hamlin, Peloubet & Co.
and Sterling. Sent on test trial, Low
freight guaranteed. Stools, Covers, Music
and MUszcaL JOURNAL given freQ. A little
cash now, arnd balance in the fall, is all
we want. 8pecial terms for midsummer
trade. 1..0 second-baud Pianos and Or
gans, in good repair, to be closed out
cheap. WVrite for Oatalogues, prices and
terms It will pay you. Address
LUDDEN & BAW'ES, Savannah, Ga.
N. B.- tend also for Catalogue of Sheet
Music, Music Books, Violins, Guitars,
Flutes, -Band -Instruments, Drums,
Strings, Orguinettais, Zithers and all
small Musical Instritments. Immense
stook.. Lowest prices South.
ON Saturday, May 28th, commencing
kJat eleven o'clock a. in., I will offer
for sale at public auction, for cash, the
entire stock andf fitures of the business
formerly condtibted by John Johnston,
Aent, at the store forierly occupied by
The s ok consist, of wines, liquors,
cigars, ad a full stock of family groc
rie, eas ed goods, erookery and wood.
enwarq The fttures consist of show.
es/sal es, aps ad one safe. 'lbs
a ,ion of parties needing eanned gooda
.&led to thsale, as they will be sold
i# azderate ised lots,
i''a P.t W ELDEft,
FROM THE WRECK
One Tire Plate, one Tire Bender,
one Tire Shrinker, three Screw
Plates, one Bellows, one Anvil, one
Vise, one Boxing Machine, cost
$18.00, will -be sold for $10.
Lots of Oval, half Oval' Round,
Band, Square and Tire Iron"; Hubs,
Spokes, Rims, Carriage Bolts, Tire
Bolts and all manner of castings.
TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
may 14 .
Free to Everybody!
A BEAUTIFUL BOOK for the ASKING
B y applyng personally at the nearest
o 0leeo T SINGER MANUFACTUR
ING CO. (or by postal card If at a dis
tance) any ADULT person will be pro
sented with a beautifully illustrated copy
of a Now Book entitled
STORY of the SEWING MACHINE
containing a handsome and costly steel
ongra.ving frontispioce. also. 28 finely en
graved wood cuts, and bound in an elab
orate btue and gold lithographed cover.
No obarge whatever is made for this hand
some book, which can be obtained only
by application at the branch and subordi
nato offioes of The Singer Manufacturing
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
Principal Office, 34 Union Square,
may 17--1y New York.
(WOUND ON EnUITE SPooLs.)
GEORGE A. CLARI(,
400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Since the introduction of this Spool
Cottoo into the American market, its suc-.
cess has been un prce.~dnted. No ~other
brand of thread has ever met with the
same amount of public favor in the same
space of time.
The "O. N. T " manufacturers were the
first to recognize tbe importance of the
Sewing Machine and to make a six-cord
cotton, which has over been the recog
nlzed standard for machines,
All the improvements in machinery
that the inventive genius of the nine
teeth century has produced have been
adapted by the mianufacturerseof "O.N.T.'
At all the great International Fairs of
the world, "0. N. T." has been award.ed
the highest honors.
'Ihe .O. N. T." factories at Newark.
N. J., and Paisley, Scotland, employ
5,200 operatives--,-make sufficht thread
daily to go around the world four tienes.
Consume 140 tons of coal daily.
The manufacturers of '0. N. T." are
the largest mninufacturers of Spool cot.
ton in the world.
A full assortment of this spool Cotton.
can be had at wholesale and retail at J. M
BEATY & CO.'S. fob 22-tx6m -
JUST' received, a large lot of choice
UGarden 8eeds of all kinds.
Seed and eatig Irish Potatoes of
the choicest kinds, Choice Faily
Groerles arriving daily. I have on
hand a large lot of best quality Sole
Leather, which will be sold at low
I am paying highest lt-ices fot' Dr*y
flides, Give mne a call,
W. II. DONLY,
feb 12 On the Cornet'
jj0 8%( 8
R., W PHILLIlPS, :Agent, Winns.
bore, 8. C, deo
Estate Ja&-11. Rutland, Decteosd.
NTOT1CE is hereby gven that I will
..~apply to the Jhage of Probate of
Fairfli Counhty on Ttaedat June 7th,
1861, for a final disohargo ihe Executor o1
the Will of Jas:I K'Ratland. de ~ased -
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ma 7-t1~3t Isatr
AT. OUR H.OUSE'
4 TUE MOST )
QHjOICE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
OLD VIRGINIA MINT JUL
TRY THA CELSBRATED
PRDEB AMD 000L.
J. O L END I N G.
may a Next door to W. R. Doty Co.
FRESH GROCRIES I
(.1UGARS, assorted. Coffees, Rio,
k Laguavr and Old Gov. Java.
Rio 'and Old Gov. Java Roasted.
Tones, Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hysou.
Pears, Peaches, Pineapples, To
inatoes, Salnn, Corned Beef, Deviled
Ham and Turkey, Sardinea, &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, Giner Pre
serves, Pil -Head Oat Meal,. Coopet
Gelatine, Mtistard, Black:Pepper and
Baldwin Catep, Cross .& Black
wolfl Chow - Chow, Eni re Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lo & Per
rin's Worcestdrshire Sauce.
J. F. McMA STEB & CO.
ARF constantly bein received by me,
a synopsis of whloh I give below,
NEW ORLEANS MOLABSES AND STRUPS
SUGARS, FROM TU NJJGHEST TO TUE
THE FNET FLOR IN TE MARXETr-"Rz
PATE WI'FAJILY"'-AL80ALGRA D]3
JACKROZ48 BEST FAMI Y FIOUR.
CA LIFOn IA PEARS, Someting Choice.
SUCCoTASH, Beans andCuliCombined.
SALMON, - -SIR
PEPPER, - . '
I ALSO IN?,ITE 'foUR ATTElNTI)4 -TO OUR
Give me a 'aan and S2amine for yntkrselt.
Ar ticles too numerous to muentIoth
WE have now op~ebed our STOCK
of SPI'ING and StJMMERf DPI
GOODS, and ask an ihsposion of
the satne by the PUBLIC.
Each flepartment is. full and
Complete, and in Styles, Quality
and Prices are Second to NONE.
All we ask' is that you examine
OUR STOCE~, and we will conviflce
you that we
"STALE SOJLID FACTS."
McMASTERt, lBkICE & KE'i'Chl)K,
MaT 9, 1881.
r HE book of hIi ooes will be open
.Lfrom Juno 1st to July 20, 1881, to
receive retorns of personal property own
ed by each taxpayer en the 1s6 day of
June. All miale persons between the ages
of twenty.ono and siaty years are liable to
pollta:, anid will treport aecordingly.
Foteocoidnodatiou of taxpayers I
will be at the followifig places en the
days speelfled for the purpose of receit.
Wodwr's, from the atrival of fielgbt
train, Juno 8th, to departure of south.
bound passenger train Jun. 9th,
White Oak, Junie 10.
Durbam's, June 13,
Caldiwell's Store, Jun. la,
Gladden's Grove, Juave 14,
Bidgew-,June 1& and 18,.
Bear OekJune 11
- Dythew, Julie 18,
JenninS' oee Ja'e20~
Jekn ei Jule 21.
Monticollo, $une 22 and 21,
. uqkhead, $as~ 27,
Weaeteivflir Juune IS sa Sf,
Please tak. n'9tIld that thme ,Ids- 6
Winnsboro will ?bVolossa durigg mug
absenee at the above-appaintmente; and
Iopen on all other days- dturig. dhe op
N conneetton with the Buggy and
a w onbsiness., I ve for
Farm Wagon. My one-horse wagons are
upled the same as a two-hose wagon,
ront hounds and rocking bolster.
iw q for twelve months.
Oge. Dunley A Fant
Bergier & Engel
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOL.
LAR FER DOZEN.
HALF PINT BOTTLES AT SIX
TY-FIVE CENTS PER DOZEN.
BOTTLES TO BE RETURNED
M. 1. KINARD'S
. C~tHMEXA, a. C.
,TUST teceived the largest and most
complete stook of 8i'J1NG CLOTHING
that ha syev been in the Stat., and at
1pfless to stsit the times.
BUT Warranted, at $12.50. ANL
M1!S%' ALL WOOL OIIEVIOT SUITS,
.Warranted, at $10.50.
TOUTEHB' BUITS FROM $3.50 to $15.00.
BOYS' 8tilTd 91.50, 92.00, $2.50, AND
ALSO a ie ack of T ylor'p ol bted
in shades of 'or. Tan, Choiiolat
I HAil!.added to mrstock nite shoe. for
ntle e ,rp o a fit guaoan.
give another pair.
8I0 ThAI' 4URtPftI6 t
' WE AUMEaU' "PGNAN5A"
d.e.rg i&~ .e4 *.
LADIES OF I
HAVING bought a big landslide in
nuch' ". than has ever before been i
;oro, and bytinlpg the entire line at t
,ents on the Dollar down on del
I you don't believe it, bring ng V
no what you think about it. This
0, at NINE O'CLOCK. $800 in all.
Two hundred pieces of Neckwear,
Pichus, Twill and Lace mixed Fichus, '
he fullest line of those goods ever sho
'p to 50, 75, and from $1.25, $1.75, $2.
haser, and all for cash. Over 500 he
lesigns imaginable, in Ladies' and Gen
olbred, bordered, hemstitched, corded.
;0, 75 and $1.00. An elegant line of
11.00, $1 25, $1.75.
Three hndred Ladies' and Children'
Fifty Lace collars and collarettes, w
rust the thing for little girls, at 15, 20,
io see these goods.
Hosiery, Hosiery, for the million, at,
ieckwear, suspenders, marseilles quilts
Over two hundred towels, all of diffe
.ents up to fine Huck and Danisb, 22,
Berlin iUsle thread, lace, and in a varie
Some of my competitors put forth
roods are inferior when I quote prices
vill visit my store they will be convinc<
>ffering are better goods than were eve
PAINTS and KALSOMINE.-I am
iouses in this country. Mixed paint a
One hundred and fifty cotton hoes, '
?AY FANCY PRICES.
J. L. MIMI
TaE AOMNOWLEDGED LEAD.
THE BEST REMEDY
DMsane of toe Thiroat aul L1uIm
a safe and reltble
remedy is inval
Ssuch a areedy
combination of the
drtues of the finet
united, of suc
pwer asato i si
Ibie ef~uienoy, and
u aniforllity ofro
andr a prompt relief a d i c de
either sex. Being eypalata le, the d
rdnai Coughs Colds, Sor lroa
Catarrh, the effects of AYvn's CusnER
are annuall irate fotn seious il
hess by its tinel and faithful use. It
bold for th proteotion it affordsi rey d su
den attacks. In WVhooping-cough and
Consumption thete is no othei remedy
Low prices are inducements to try
bade of chea mand inffeetive ingci
wot, now offered which, as they con.a
disapin h patent~ Diseasesm ofth
throa and ltings dema~nd active an
experimenting viit uanknown and1 cheapus
*me "dis,*rotegr~eat"liailttat Ii
becoe deely seated di inotirablei Use
a orfidtly ox t the best result.
and is asoea as its carefuralv prerato
and fine ingredients will iil o. Emi- t
oen rebyeitskn wing it onpoai&
oe"*"ryhaso"v*e,"it ein't o e 'I
beyond the reach of human aid.
PhitAAtEO BY OR. J. C. AYER & O.,
WEkstI ad Analytleat Chenmist.e
'AEb at Art. D5a@O rar "aV zsa 2a n e~
NOTIONS and FANOY GOOD9,
hown on the counters in Winne
he astonishing low fgures of Fifty
ivery, the Almighty Dollar will tell..
then you go shopping, and then tell
will open Monday morning, May
consisting f Lace Ties, Lace
"will Embroide Handkerchiefp,
ving in Winnsboro, from 5 cents
00. $2.25, $2.75, to si the pur.
ndkerchiefs in all the 'fforent
ts' plain, white, linen, embroi f.'i',
bordered. from 5 cents up to 21i,
silk handkerchiefs, at 25, 50, 75,
s collars in plain and embroidery. 'N.
ith lace and embroidered mixed.
35, 50, 75 and $1.00. Don L fail
5, 10, 25, 50 and 75 cents. Gents'
reut patterns and designs, from 10
!5, 40 and 50 cents. Gloves in
ty of shades and designs.
the threadbare theory that my
that they cannot touch. If they
3d that this lot which I am now
r offered in this Town at these
agent for one of the largest paint
,7j and 8, at 50 oents each. Don't
MR OF LOW PRICES, AN.D
E E LDEBR
FEW AND ESIR ABLE~ SERINlG
RA AND~ PRTT BPRING
iILA CK And coloredt Cahh - At'
11neR, BuLntinlgs, loerniani Cloths.
L AWVN, M uslins, Luinon, SiinLIgsb
Iclue, Ginighami% Caliuoles> Nai1~hisuk
A8K to se6 "ltoufreu" G1)ughams*
asinte~res, Jeans, Cottonades ahit
ULEAdiTtU1 Brown and X'laitl
TA LE~g IenIDolles, Towels,
L' ANY BODY WART$ A (10O0D
HlAT for a little mioneys ist thoem
all on ine. Nobby litio of Strlaw h ats
i? ANY MAN Ott UDY WVAtTS A
SUIT of good, pi'etty, tiobby; charm
ig Spring Clothesi let themi call on
LI ANY MAN WOM1AN tOR CLILD
WANTS iif f Blhois, cheap, let
iem call oul me atid get themi.
'HIOSE! 8Hl TL ANb SLIA WVLS ARE.
A BEIAUJTIFUL Line of Laeaes,,
[attbutrg Edgings and lIsertions.,. Cot-.
GE Nisesiik and Linen leadhern.
LA DIES' tineni Hem-stitehad'IHgnd.
GENTS', Ladies', Misses" and. Chil,..
ENTS' AND LA3W S6ARF8;
COLLA RS and Cu.is, Ruf~kig, Eto..
UT WUHAT IS Mit~ USE TRYING
TO inention everytidMgi the Store?
l1st come and see niet that, la all, auN
will make it pa~yyott,
izr GROCE'RY STORE,
AS Maa is well stocked- with all
bie necesssses, anid asfew of the iuxu
lea, ot' lfe-, that is, in the eatiog( line.
utInt f o'a abould need atty hardwarne,
toeksi-y, glasbware or Moenware,
rhy I can supply youi,
0 DON'T FORGET TO CALJL ON
ML001M Ad EVLOP TH FORM.
r a trerug no or cv dl