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1WN ANI) COUNTY
WrONESOAT, October 19. : : : 18?:
Tkttuc of TheNews ,\xr> IIf.kar.r
-Tri-weekly edition, four dollars ;>c
?tnuvM, in advance: weekly editioi
two dollars and fifty cents ptrnvnvv
in advance. Liberal discount to clul
of tive and upwards.
J'atks ok Advertising.?0n*> dolla
per inch for the first insertion. ??i
tifty cents per inch for each subseo tow
insertion. These rates apply to ail ad
vrrtisements. of whatever nature, an
sro payable strictly in advaiwe. C.'o::
tracts for three, six or twelve month
made on very liberal terms. Trail
sient local notices, lift ecu cents pe
line for the first insertion and scvei
and one-half cents per line for eacl
subseauent insertion. Obitua-ies uu<
tribute* OI re<pect Ciiargvu as auv;i
tisements. Simple announcements o
marriage* aiul deaths published 1'rec o
charge. and solicited.
'VIi communication*, of whatsoeve
nature, should be addressed to th<
*;irinnsboio Publishing Company
Wi.insboro. S. C.
Xotiok.?All persons indebted tome
for work done will please call and settle.
I am coin lulled to have money tc
pay those I owe. Claims not paid by
the first of
added. A "word to the wise." &c.
[adv] I. Simi*sox.
New Advertisements.
Th" Ffr.i-ts of the Drouirht?It. M.
Huey.
187G?F. W. Ilabenicht.
deduction?M. M. Huey.
" v Our Stock? IT. G. Desportes.
Come and See?Jos. Grocschel.
Sheriff's Sales?J. D, MeCarley, S.
F. C.
We Desire?McMasler, Brice &
Ketehin.
(,'lcrk's Sales?W. IT." Kerr, C. C. C.
P. F. C.
To Whom it May Concern?J. II.
Cu:uuiin?s.
.i Town Pi-operty for Sale?Mrs. II.
?. Palmer.
The Guano Question?JolmL. Mimnaugh.
& Witm&boro looks somewhat deserted
B since the boys left.
A report of the proceedings of the
colored'Teachers' Association has been
^crowded oar, and will appear in our
prop
K age of-about soventy-&vc years-!
Hd been in declining health forj
Bime. Dr. Thorn was one of the
rouighly esteemed citizens of this
Hy, and his leath even at this ripe {
R,rc is deeply regretted.
Rses bv Fikk.?On Tuesday Mr.
KPouglass Harrison's gin house in
Sown was destroyed by fire. lie
Ks gin-head, press, seven bales of
?& and seed. Eight bales were
damaged. On the same day Mr.
Parker's house, kitchen and
House, with two bales of cotton
Bin hundred and fifty bushels of
invercburned. Loss,$1500. The!
was in Kersliaw county.
m
r fois Yokktowx.?On Sunday I
li?? the Gordon Luht Infantry j
frinu.sboro for Columbia in order !
oin the Yorktown Battalion of
3 Troops that left the State Capital
londay morning. The Company
in command of Lieutenant T. K.
>tt, and numbered thirty in all.
Gordons are a fine body of troops,
they have been drilling carefully
iome weeks past. We are sure
will do credit to their State and
sni
Bn Sunday at Concord Church, near
Bgcway, the rite of baptism was ad fcintered
to new members of Concord
fk Bloomingdale Baptist Churches.
B?nty candidates, we arc informed.
Bsented themselves, and in the presHc
of a large congregation the solemn
He was administered to them. The
iv. Milliard Harden and tlie Rev.
Hi:: M. Ilood are the respective pasBk
of these churches, and their zeal
K boon rewarded by an ample harhBhTuE
>odwaril htts^g^c(j tjjC following j t
Kmm?nica<^n fron, thc state Depart- j r
j^f^Agriculture which explains ff
I ear Sir:?We need for our depart- t
it at the Atlanta Exposition, speci- 1
i.? of pumpkins, sweet potatoes, (
ks.-of sorghum, sugar cane, cotton, j
jat and oats in the sheaves. ..
t is very importnnt that the products j j
State should be fairly represent- j
>!i this great occasion, and I hope i \
will be able to give a little of your j
e in aiding us to place our State in I{
Ltrue position at the Exposition.
Fe will also be glad to have spcci- ! |
ks of minerals and the largest na- |
[wood in your neighborhood,
pc Exposition comniencod on i
Kith inst., but it is not too late to i
It bom yet as it continues until the i '
lot December next; the sooner you i [
them, however, the better.
Base send as freight according to j.
lircetions on the enclosed tag."
A licsncctfullv.
I Commissioner, i
ir ADrEimsK.vuxTS.?Mr. Joseph |
chel p.'ars this morning with a!
[rit display of his fall stock. Mr. |
phel selected this stock from the 1
[according to the tastes of the j
nnd guarantees to please evcry
I lis two chcerfal ami accom|i:?r
clerks?Messrs. Joe. Bern->
1 * {
Ind Louis Lardecker, make it;
ftecial duty not to l:*t anyone go
nsatisfied. Mr. Bernhardt has ;
Bof the clothing department, in!
Iie ha* had !on?r esperieiiM\ and !
too in a suit thai will take the !
j>f the mo.it fastidious.
I. G. I><vpor?cs' new fan fc^ock
r?n*p''?t'\ ??3<1 .~or ?<?)* aM ihci
lequ isi te for the spendi ug of n |
V
f
tio?iw?.ju? wwii i.?o?cy
r ! happy Christina?. Sn<-h a? wines, li
" j unr=. solars, tobacco. candies, at
t family groceries. lie will jrive sped
| l>ar<jflins this fall, so give him a call
. I once.
' i
?
i j The Pueskytekjax srttkit.?T1
>. Thespian Hall was filled to overflov
?> Jug on Tuesday evening, by persons i
nri/kft f }tnt CMnv?/*i* (ntV
: <?mv?iw?ijvv u j/v'u inv nut j/v ^i?v
(i j by (he ladies of the I'resbyterhi
it church. As is always the c:ise i
I Winnsboro, the active workers and tl
patrons were not confined to any 01
s ! ?ect, but represented the purely cath<
i. i lie sentiment that prevails in lowi
rj The hall had been handsomely decor:
II ted for the occasion. In the centre <
j i the room were placed tables groanin
.. with solid and substantial rcfresl
i < nients. at which anvone could iret th
> . o
1; squares! kind of a meal. The mannc
: in which these were patronized, testi
r:
? fied to the excellence of the housewife
; ry displayed in getting' up the suppei
and the equal excellence of the app<
k | tites manifested in putting it down
. I Around the walls, on the side, and n
>' the ends, were the lemonade well, tj
! cigar stand, tlie cake table, the m
hHu>nvhiclMlr()ve a thriving busiiM
| The ladies looked their best andsufl
t est, and the stern sex were all so a^H
I uous in their attentions that, a straffl
couldn't for the life ofhj^? tell the flB
j ried men from the bachelors and^H
J widowers, except that the last
just a little the best looking and |m
devoted. Towards the close of tj^B
tertainnient the articles left on^Kj
were disposed of at public ontcrBBrf
auctioneer being the hahdsoines^Hifi'
iu the State.-. Prices were JH&(]
able and purchasers were libe^Rtgthis
combination caused a gifiglv.
| result financially as well as ^Kng:
i Winnsboro always comes cat j
] when there is anything g^o?^ it. i
| and plenty of pretty women 1<M am- j
i Both of those requirements \*c re-1
! ply met on Tuesday cvening*l and j
| ceipts will net about one hdW j
fifty dollars. jjjjjj
XOTES t'JtOX JUDC,M ^ ^
Kidgkway, S. C., OctobWthe Tere-;
A. lew notes i send you fiftod. "We j
: binthine region, alias^Rather. and j
have had some righu^Hfct nothing !
; frost in the low grc^^^R who lives !
Id faxnilv
y burned
torehoui-e!
i bales ofj
rust-proof 1
nd flour. |
ve room, j
:ook. On
: Harrison
ess, gin5
of coth!'^1v
1
I on either. The
Ho&her a rock or
SB
K rIs Democratic
H^i^way club to
*to Winnsboro.
W.o the club and in
Vvhe request of the in- i
9 president called the j
Bid the following reso-1
wimously adopted:
VThat, in respect to the
[this club met, but most
sclmcs tcrtake any action.
in the matter as a club." .. " j
When we were in Kidgcway the oth- j
er day one of the leading merchants j
told us that the farmers generally, were |
paying up promptly, and evidently dis- j
played a disposition to pay up as farI
as their crop wouiti go. i
1'idgcway came near having a place !
in the hand cutting catalogue by gins.!
Mr. Alex Walker had his lingers cut I
with the saws last week, but so super- !
fieially as not to interrupt his attention :
at the jrin head.
nM - 4. .U '
l ik; oortoii ;u uiugun aj nig uu- j
ing a lively business.
Mr. S. F. Cooper *s preparing to I
erect a new residence.
There lias been preaching in and i
around Ridge way fur the last week or j
two, and several have united them- i
selves to tin; difteient ehurches.
I have ever found the clerks at j
Ridgewav to be courteous, aceouimo- i
dating, industrious and an attentive ;
set of gentlemen, and the approaching j
busy term, will convince all that will
visit the store fur trade, that this is so.
Xl-.NES.
TOUSG SOLltZKUS OF THE CROSS.
A Pleasant Sunday School Celebration at
Zlon.
Messrs. Editors: I know it will be
i
pleasant for you to hour ttic exclamation
from any of your town-wearied
people of?
"Good Lord: It is a gracious boon
For thouzed wljjlit IlKtr io?,
Tosmoll -g-niH those suramrrtlowcrs,
Beneath ihls g-i;eavrood tree-'"
As we leave the noisy, hot, dusty
city, for a cool ride through tangled
tr?r<?cfc u-1?aw I
"No sou ml t>rf>nfcs tlie solemn etlll
Save tinkle or a mountain rill."
Time turns b: cktvard in his flight
and we are children again; all the conventionalities
of town life scattered to i
the winds, and we wander at our own !
sweet will, where violets grow in niossydcll,
and f^(riWlCi!il
ftSWlU Ivnruling birds; hunting swectfum,
muscadines and wild flowers.
>ut on a farm,, with nature's magic
ouch in wild picturesque scenery all
iround for exquisite paintings. Her
?rand inimitable orchestra' to lull to
Ireainland; the up with old Sol to catch j
lio onrlr IhpcI'i: trltwl CMpillo Olid !
>ntsh the dew off the daisies, in our
;agemcss to get to a Sunday School
celebration at old Zion.
But a few years ago Mr. J. A. fJrigs[>y
was superintendent of the Metholist
Sunday School at Bidgcway, and
[ the organist., liut life, like the ever
. hanging pictures of tlie kaleidoscope,
presents new views, though the heart
:>nce imbued with adoration for the
beneficent Creator, like the rose-scented
vase, will carry the odor of sanci.y
wherever it goes. From mv home in
t!ic beautiful city of Columbia, 1 have
paid him a vi>it on his farm at Blytherlalc,
a name given the quiet retreat by j
2 romantic voting lady of Columbia.1
who l-.as been out "teaching the*youngj
idea how lo shoot", and I found him ;
t<> be the same humble servant of Gorl.:
Superintendent of a Sunday School at j
Zion, a church deep within the leafy j
forest of the Ridgeway circuit, under;
the charge of the Rev. Mr. Gatlin, he ;
? * . A. - ! ?< ll - I
nau gamereo me country enimrcn, nic i
poet's sweet * - w i I d flowers of the wilderness",
with their parents, teachers
and friends, for a Sunday School ce'e- '
bration. With his own hands lie had:
fashioned bright colored flags. bearing :
mottosthat brought out scintilations of,
sweet surprise, from childish eyes, and
smiles to the care-worn faces of sncw- j
age. The exercises consisted of sweet ;
hymns, sung with "the spirit and the j
understanding", of choice selections:
from tiic Bible, poetry, dialogues and !
essays, that showed Haogood taste and I
discipline of the training. The Kev.!
Mr. (*atliu was to make a speech but;
his horse being sick, i suppose he had j
no way of getting there. A few e:ir:i-;
est words from Mr. Crnmp'.ou, a veteran
soldier ot the cross, closed the exercises,
?r.d l!:c children v. ere marched
out to a most appetizing ?ud abundant
( 1111
''1 i pes00"* ^uc'' meetings of pure :
!,'. jieit/jB J'elijrious pro<riftss will tell!
: woT^?'00* bye and bye", and \re !
Ut in liilfcot a teu* S,:U'< t0 brollior
j tni?tB?(nvi!* K;5 a reward for the '
i <:..;? gfiill)fiti servant. Sail on.
,c! <roi>7lJP'on * ll?KAIJST.
v- old October >. 18^*1.
Lom"*w<'> BAl-TTSTS.
lit ' ^Br of the Ki-cent Mwtlnsr ??f the
' Some*F'on at *>an<1>' C'liurch.
J^UCditors: Thinking. perhaps,;
,.! -VjB'* account of tlie proceedings j
M'h'n lit lt-nifti* Ac?AW!lfmil.
~ i of tBd its annual meeting with!
wliiW'vel Chun:}) at Blythewood j
1 San She past week, mi<rht interest j
' ' <1 iivBp readers of your valuable pa- ;
~ ! tluJBivc concluded to send vou a J
l-,
P | cj^Be appointed hour the. Associa-i
j MM** called to order by the former i
iflBitor. The delegates from the i
Hes were enrolled. After prayer j
sinking of a In inn, the body !
'^^Hrganized by the re-election of I)r. j
lJookhart, Moderator, Maj. S. j
Want. Secretary. I)r. J. li. Arledjro. j
Basurer. W. II. Lyles, Esq., and i
||Rjn<?. Uoyd were requested to read j
from the churches. A tno-:
recess wss oilered and j
M*ert$'*"Therc was do dllficnlty in |
Bg yin?r this motion, for delegates;
v?o had ridden several utiles w.ere be- j
ginning io-ieci iikc auymung iu mu j
"inner ir.aii." . Tlio body was invited j
to the coHege 'building,- where tables j
were groaning nndcr the weight of the j
many nice things which had been pre^- j
_parc? by the good ladies of Elytiiewood j
ami vicinity, who know well how to j
cater to the wants of those that arc I
fond of good eating. The writer, I
knowing vour fondues, Messrs. Erii-1
tors, for good eating, thought of you
and regretted that you were not there
to keep hi in company in enjoying the
occasion. Having satisfied the "inner
man," the body repaired to tlie church
and proceeded to business. The appointee
for ihe introductory sermon being
absent, theKev. Mr. Corley (by special
request) discharged that duty in a j
maimer satisfactory to all present?a ;
logical sermon out and out, and well j
did he merit the attention of the audience.
On motion the body adjourned
to meet again Friday morning. There
was preaching at night by the Itev.
C. A. Stiliz, one of the missionaries
employed by the Association.
On Friday the body was called to i
order by the "Moderator. After the {
usual devotional exercises it proceeded ;
to business. The various committees!
offered their reports, which'were acted j
upon. Furman University was ably
represented by its President, the Kev.
Chas. Manly, D.I)., who, in a forcible j
a!id happy manner, presented the j
claims of that institution. One hundred
and twelve dollars and seventy- j
five cents were raised to aid the uui-1
versity. Dr. Manly preached oti Sat- j
urday morning and at night, in both i
of which sermons he made strong and j
earnest appeals to the feelings and j
reason of Ins audience. During his j
address on education, lie paid the j
Teachers' Institute, which held its}
session at Greenville this summer, a
very high compliment. I am sorry I j
cannot remember his language. Satnr- j
day closed the business of the Associa- !
tion. The usual resolution of thanks j
was adopted for the kindness and
hospitality of the citizens of Ulythewoort
and vicinity. After prayer awl
the singing of a hymn, the body adjourned
to meet with Concord Church,
on Thursday before the second Sunday
in O :tobcr, 1882.
Si nday was spent in devotional exerches.
At ten a. m.. the Sunday
School, numbering, I think,"over one
hundred, assembled and was addressed
by the Rev. B. F. Corlevand the lie v.
C. A. Stiliz. At eleven o'clock the
Missionarv Sermon was preached bv
t> Vi n T fiw.
liic jwv. it v-/. ijiiiu>i;) |v?i3iwi \n n*v j
Columbia church, and a noble effort it i
was. The church was tilled to overflowing.
and the science maintained
during its delivery showed that. Iliis
cfibrt was duly appreciated by the large
crowd.
I had heard so much of the short
crops and the jrloomv prospect for
living through the coming year, that l.i
had concluded the collections would be j
sm?fl, very sniff t. Imagine my sur- j
prise when the chairman of the finance
committee announced that the total
sum raised for Association and other
purposes reached three hundred and
thirty-one dollars.
The missionaries employed by the
Association were paid up iti full, and
the Association, we are happy to say,}
is ovt of debt. 3)klf.gate. {
TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. I
IOFFEli for sale the house and lot in
the Town of Winnsboro. formerly
known as tho property of Mrs. E. P. Bones,
now deceased. For terms of sale apply to
Mr . H. W. PALMEli. Hideaway, 8. C.
Possession given tholirst of January, 1882.
oct 12- flxl
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed,
I will offer for sale. before
the cou't-house door in Winnsboro, S. C.,
on tbe first Monday in November next,
within the legal hours of sale, to the highest
bidder, tor Cash, the following-described
property, to wit:
?? i- j t r_
All liifii tract oi iana. iymg in rairuuiu
County, {?. C., containing twenty-two
acres, more or less, bounded by lands of
' -John M. Cft'ja.tck. Mrs. Margaret Camack '
and Estate of Iraneons l'ope, drconsed?
levied upon as 'be property of Joseph
Smith at the suit of Margaret Oaru ick.
J. D. ilcCAHLEY,
[ Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
WinDsboro. S. C.,
SHERIFF'S SALE.
1 > Y virtue of an pxc-cntion to me direct- j
f ~y fed, I will offer for sain, I efore the j
court-house dobr in "WinnsBoro, S. C., on i
* <- - C?A If !? wri*V>_ I
tuv 1AJ>V--?!VUl.iLtV 1U ^W'CiUuuoi '? ?VMia
tlxe l"gal bonrs'of sale, to the highest
biddnr. for Cash, the fo 1 <wing-de.- cribed
property, to wit:
All that troct of land lying in Fairfisld
County, South Carolina, containing tw.-nty
acres, more or leas, bounded by Ian Is
of Mrs. E. T. Weir nnd the Castle Children.
known as the Henry Cities Homestead?levied
upon as the property of
Henry Castles, deceased, at the suit of
Thos. McKinstry.
J. D. McCAELEY,
Sheriff's OSce. 6. F. C.
*Vinnshoro. S. C-,
October 10, 18551.
oct 15- s
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY virtue of an execution to me direct-!
ed, I will ofi' r f<>r sale, beforw the
court-house door in Winnsboro, S. C., on j
the first Monday in Noveinbi-r ntxt, with- i
in th* legnl hours of sale, to the highest !
bi-lder, for Cash, the following-described j
property, to wit:
AH that tract of land, lying in Fairfield ;
County, South Carol inn, containing three j
hundred acres, more or Irss, bounded by
lands of J. Ji. Clout., John Johnson, J. T.
Hall and estate of Flaunipin?levied upon
as the } roperty ot Henry Isbell at the suit
of W. It. Svlits, Executor.
J. D. JIcOAliLEY,
Sheriff's Ofilcc. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
October 10, lckl.
oet 11
XOTH'E.
~VT r> ;.pe?tfr.ily nsk all those io 'obt-'
VV cl to ns !or Provisions r>r Guar-o j
to call ru once ami sittle for the --anie.
Wo vant caonuy to p*iy debts contracted j
for the v?-ry same snpplies, most of xvl.i^b i
will be due cti and before the iir*t of next i
ruonth. I
V'e mrsl me^t our di-bt? promptly, and j
we think ?n tii-e px-wnt c^noitson of tin* j
country that it * i'l be is the interest of:
each and t-verv one of ns to ses that onr j
credit suffers no injury. _ i
Knowing cr.v wants we feci sntisac-d that |
you will respond wilbont <>i lav.
UEA'L'Y ? DEO. f
o.t U-fsliu j
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
C. E. Hill, Plsiiulifl; vs. John M. Mc'
Crotvy ami Other?. Defendants.
IIX pnrsiiawe of an order of the Court
I of Common Plea*. made in the
above-stated ca>e. I will ofier for sale,
before* the court-house door in Wiimshoro.
on the lirst Monday in November
next, within tlie legal nours 01 saio. at
public outcry, to the highest bidder,
the following-described property, to
wit:
All that" tract of land containing
ninety-seven and two-tenths acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of J.
S. Tidweil. II. L. Elliott and lands of
tract known as "Snake Alley."
ALSO. .
All that tract of hind containing
ninety-twoand eight-tenths acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of Thomas
II. Davis and others, and "The Snake
Alley Tract."
ALSO.
All that tract of land containing two
*--- ? -.5 -I-* 1
nil11<4n'u aim uijiiii/ jiim iijifc-viiiuiMs
arrrs, njoreor less; bounded l?v lands
of Ilonry P. Gibson,'1). B. itobertson
and "The Snake Ailey Tract."
ALSO.
All fliat tract of land containing1 two
hundred and eleven acre?. more or
less, bounded l>v lands of Stephen
Gibson. W. lI.-M<:Comie]I. Turkett
and C. E. Leitncv. .
All ot the aforesaid tracts of land
Irinjf. beis??r and situate in the County
and State aforesaid.
TERMS OF S.YI.K:
- One-third of the purchase-money to
be paid In cash,'t 1 iq.b'al a nee on a credit
"of one and* t?'<>Vtftrs.- with interest-from
day of sale, payable/annually',
secured by bonds and mortgages ?f
the purchasers, and the purchasers to
pav for all necftssarv papers.
W. II. KERR.
Clerk's Office. ~ C. G. C. P. F. .
Winnsboro. S. C.,
October I I, 1S&1. " ' j
oct 15-ttl
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAir.FIELD.
Nancy Cooper and Others. Plaintiffs,
vs. John T. Johnson, William J?j
Johnson, Individually and as Executor,
Defendant.
IX pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made in the
above-stated wise, 1 will offer for sale, (
before the court-house door in AVinns- <
boro, on the first Monday in November
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder,
the following-described property, to
wit:
All that certain tractof land, containing
THICKE HUNDRED AND K"!iTV ACKKS,
more or less, lying and situate in the
County of Fairfield, :n the State aforesaid.
bounded by lands of John Johnson,
on the north, on the south and
west bv lands of the estate of Mamnton
Johnson, deceased, and east by lauds
of Jackson Joiner.
terms or sale:
One-third of the purchase-money to
be paid in cash, and the balance thereof
on a credit of one and two years, in
jnal annual instalments, with interest
thereon, payable annually, from
the day of sale, to be secured by the
bond of the purchaser and mortgage
of the premises sold, the purchaser to
pav for all necessary paj>ors.
'W. II. KERR,
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
October 14, 1SS1.
octlo-td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, j
county of fa.ikfield.
James Mann, ag.Executor, Plaintiff, ;vs. I
T. Milton O. Dunlap and Others, Defendants.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made in the
above-stated case, I will offer for sale,
before the court house door in Winnsboro,
on the first Monday in November
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest birhlcr,
tlio linmrM'tv. tn
wit:
AH that piece, parcel or plantation
of land, lying, being and situate in the
County of Fairlicld, in the State of
south Carolina, containing fifty
acuks, more or less, hounded on the
north anil east by lands belonging to
Mrs. Lucy A. Keller, on the south by
lands ofTiiomas Richardson, deceased,
and on the west by lands of William
I>. Pun lap; also, all that piece, parcel
or plantation of land, lying, being and
situate in the County and State aforesaid,
containing twkxty-fivb acuks,
more or less, bounded on the north by
lands of Lucy A. Keller, on the cast
by lands of Win. Richardson, and on
south by and west by lands of Thomas
liidcirdson. deceased.
TEIOIS OK SAI.K:
One-half of ihe purchase-money to
be paid in cash, and the balance in one
year from the day of sale, with interest
from said day, payable annually, the
purchaser to give for said balance a
bond secured"by a mortgage of tbe
premises sold, and to pay for all necessary
papers.
V. II. KERR.
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. 1\ F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
October 14,1881.
oct lo-td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIKFTELI).
"\V. II. Kerr, as Administrator, Plaintiff.
vs. baling Wolfe and Others,
L of Common Pleas, made in tlie
above-stated case, I wiH offer for sale,
before the court-house door in Winns-boro,
on the first Monday in "November
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to -the , ; bidder,the
Tollowing-descilbed property, t6:
wit: . .
All that piece, parcelor tract of land,
1. ?.??* in' ?IIA nfw
*} AI,r5* UUHg 'iljiu Siiuaig in uiv, vvu?i/>
of Fairfield, in the State aforesaid, on
the head-waters of Mill Creek, containing
S4(;iIT HUNDRKD'AND FIFTY ACKKS,
more or less, and bonnd&l by lands
formerly belonging to \V. IV". Boyce.
lands formerly belonging to Carlos
Folder, .lands belonging to the estate
of F. kelson, deceased, lands of .Jesse
R. Dellencv, lands of Margaret Armstrong
and others.
TKRMS OF shlf.:
One-third of the purchase-money to
be paid in cash; for the balance a
credit, of one and two years from the
day of sale, with annual * interest of
one and two years frorrt said day, the
purchaser to jrive his bond secured by
a mortgage of the premise? sold, and
to assume the payment of all taxes
that may become payable after the day
of sale, and to pay for all necessary
papers.
V. II. KERR,
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. p. f. c.
Winnsboro. S. C.,
October 14, 1 SSI.
oct lS-td
~ NOTICE. ~ |
Alt/.parties indebted to
US FOR GUANO WILL FIND JT
TO T1IKIR AD V A NT AG E TO SETTLE
FOR SAME BEFORE THE
FIRST OF*NOVEMBER, AS AFTER
THAT DATE THEY WILL HAVE
TO SETTLE WITH CURRENCY
AND LOSE THE COTTON OPTION.
]?. -T. McCAULEY & CO.
ocMl
?Pay your subscription to Tkk
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STATE OF .sOtTH CAROLINA,
| jCOUXTY OF: KA"IRFIELk>.,.
; Amy TTay, Plaintiff, vs.- Francis H.j
| I)ti"Bose anil Others, Defendants. j
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common' Pleas. ?madc. in tiie j
i above-stared case, I- will offer for sale, j
j before the court-house door in Winns-'
j boro, oh the first Monday in November j
! next, within the legal hours of sale. at j
; i)ni?i!c outcry, to u?e . nurnest . winter,;
j the ib 11o.win(1 e ?e r ib? <J property, to :
! wit: j *.
A certain tract of land, containing!
: two hundred and/orty acres more or!
' less, bounded by lam&of T. B. Mo-;
Kinstrv, James Man'nVdid others.
ALSO, j
' A certain other tract of land, eon-j
; tainir.tr seventy-five acres, more ori
| less, bounded by the Winnsboro Road.
1 by-laiulsot Mrs-. Annie Gradick, by
' lands of the Estate.of Daniel Scott, dej
ceased, ami by the Columbia Road.
ALSO,
j A certain other tract of land, con-'
taininjf three hundred and fifty-nine J
acres, more or less, bounded by lands i
I of Mrs. R. Mason, by lands of II. J.!
i Uibson and Sabie Gibson, ami by land i
'ot"Mrs. Annie S. lifmticK.
ALSO,
A ccrtaiopthcr tract of land, con- !
mining ojJ^rondTed and ,fifty acre*.!
! fnore t?rIcJvfjbbnndod by land of. E. j
| K. Gradick, by land of Thomas ('.!
i Waft, bv land of'M. Ashford, by land;
of Jno. W. lfobinsou and by - land ol"
John Boy?T.' . .. ..
ALSO, '
A cciTain other tract of land, con-;
. tailing- sixtv-eu*hi acrePviiiare-or iCS-V
[. Tindr lwm-mleJ for IgtosofoEtfoir'-ffoyfl,1
i by lamiof Mars= ha! awl :J>V'
landis-ol'Mrs^'.^f^31ayo?* "
- " T:rv.ALsg; *' ; '
A certniivofrier fnict. of. land, con
taining twenty aoi^.v more .or less,
boumled bv land iif F. H. PulJos'e, by
land of Ellen ft. .ttifyliuk and by the
Columbia Uoad. ...
' ALSO,
A certain other tract of land, containing
three acrcs, more or less, and
bounded by Iaild of t\ H. DuT5o.se. by
land ol* Ellen J?. Gradiek and by tl.c
Columbia, lvoad?all.of the said tracts
nf 5;i?if! Ivintr, hointr and situate ill the
J County of Fairfield and State of South j
Carolina. - - .
TERMS OF SALE! j
One-third of the .purchase-money to!
be paid in cash; for the balance a
credit of one and two years from the
day of sale, with interest from said day
of sale, payable annually, until the
whole debt and mterest be paid, the
purchaser or purchasers to jrive his!
I bond, or their bonds, secured by niort- I
?rn?re or inort<ra<jes; of the premises!
sold, and to pay lor all necessary papers.
*
' W. II. KERR.
Clerk's Office; . .V C. C. C. P. F. C.
"Winnsbovo, S. C?,.
October 14, 1881.
oct lo-td. *' ^
: : ?- : :
* 1! i r i:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAiftFtKLD.
J. R. Cook and Others, Plaintifls, vs.
Lucy A, Keller and Others, Defendants.
* :V.
IN pursuance of anordcr of the Court'
of Common Fleas, made in the >
above-stated case, Twill offer for sale,
before the Court Jlonse door in Winns- |
boro, on the first Monday in Novem-1
ber next, within the togal fjuursofsale, at I
public outcry, to the highest bidder,
the following-described property, to
wit: -J&:
All that piece, parfcol or lot of land, j
lying, being and sitaate in the town of' i
Winilsboro, and County and* State!
aforesaid, being thefot upon winch the
late Osmund Woodward, deceased, re-1
sided, and-als^l1 te.f'rtjrother lots with j
the appurtej^nccs adjoining, aiid near
to the lot-first mentioned, and all five]
lots connected together and adjoining]
each ptliciv Each lot: to be sold separate^
TKKMS
OKt .SALF.t
..One-third of the purchase-money to
be paid in cash; tbc? balance in two
equal annual instalments, with interest
from day of sale, jmrchasers to give
bond, with amortgageof the premises,
and to pav for all necessarv papers.
.* " W. H.'KEKR.
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. P. C.
Winnshoro, S. C.,
October 3,1881.
oct 4-td
COME AND SEE
-MY?
ELEGANT DISPLAY
?OF?
If FILL 6301
MY Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing.
Shoes, Boots, Hats Caps, Notions,
Trimmings, Millinery, Ladies' Cloaks
and Dolmas are now complete, and
I am happy to say are
MUCH CHEAPER
this season tban heretofore.
Boys' Clothing ,a#d Misses' Cloaks
n specialty. I therefore take great
pleasure in asking my friends and
the
' PUBLIC GENERALLY
1 j ^ j" "tiif I have this
year. Eespectfulrfc*?'
JOS.-GROESCHEL.
. oct 15 ' ' t--:I;.'
WE DESIRE
TO CALL ATTENTION TO THE
FACTr that-our - ' '
GOODS
is now opened and ready lor mspecspection.
Each department will be
found
FULL AND COMPLETE.
Our Goods are all of the "Best
Quality," and we invite comparison j
both in price and quality with
ANT OTHER STOCK?.
AH sales guaranteed as represent - j
ed ; .
No troublo to show goodz, and ail j
\
inspection
EEQUESTED. j
i McMASTKK, CRICiC & KETCH IN.!
i . _ |
i oct lo
j XEOTIGE. I
ATT. norsftnfc indpijlpB to mo are re-!
qurctfed fo comc forward nt pnc.!
and maKe prfmspt parjoentji I ura.heed-;
i6;*rQOH?*y and uiust fcjive it. "" 'Yon did
; not bine \0 bc"g me for the goods: now yo:i !
! will return the compliment by jse:!
Hint; up. Yours respectfully.
i oct & W. K DOSLY.
f
\ r
7~0 UR STOCK
IS NOW COMPLETE IN EACH!
|
?i\JS u?
EVERY PARTICULAR. L
INQUIRE OF US FOR EVERY j j
ARTI-LE YOU DESIRE TOj
PURCHASE. anJ SATISFACTION j <
WE WILL GUARANTEE AL-1
i (
WAYS. !
I
In addition to our usual stock of j
Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats j
and Shoes, we offer special induce- ; ments
in
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. j <
?ALSO? ' | s
Bagging and Tics at Lowest prices, i
TJLYSSE G. r-ESPOETES. j
- 0?.z liJ
REDUCTION ,
" boots ]
SHOES, EATS, CLOTHING, ^ *'
AT THE NETV CASH BOOT and
SHOE STORE.
. !}
IN order that every man, woman | (
and child in the county may be supplied
with a good
BOOT OR SIIOE.
I have made a.reduction on my here-j
tofire unknown low prices, and. hope
my customers will embrace this on- j
]>or? unity as such an one is seldom met
with. Also heavy goods for mens'
wear.
JUST RECEIVED,
On consignment, a lanre lot of Oocke-;
ry and Glassware, which will sold !."
at a SACRIFICE, to close out the en- |
tire stock in a limited time. ]
CALL SOON AND SECURE THE
BARGAINS.
Remember the Store first door south
of Dunlcvy & Kant.
If Af 7TTTT? V I*
iU. IU. IX UIjI.
oct15
THE EFFECTS
- -OFTHE
DROUGHT
Are being* felt every.where, and
canned goods liave advanced twenty
I 1?<>va o l-.nvro ctnelr. hnmrltt '
previous to the advance, which I will j'
sell low by the quantity. Remember i
I jrnarantfe all my Canned tjoods to |
be of FIItST QUALITY, or money j
refunded.
- I'
.?> - *?r-. >**" i v
nnwtMf ArnA * rvf\\\ \ THl'C
r iijjon VIVHA ;i..> 1/ nyji.n vw?
NEW CROP.
FRESH TOMATOES,
FRESH PEACIIES,
FRESH SUCCOTASH, L
FRESH STRING BEANS,
FRESII LIMA BEANS,
FRESH BAKED BEANS, j
FRESH CHEESE,
FRESII MACCARONI,
FRESII QUINCES,
FRESII BAKER'S BROMA,
FRESH MACIvERELL, i>lb cans.;
FRESH SALMON.
FRESH TOMATO SAUCE,
FRESII IMPORTED OAT MEAL, \
FRESH SARDINES, Imported and i
American.
FRESH MACKEREL, one pound j
cans. - J.
FRESII RHUBARB or PIE PLANT,!
try it.
CONDENSED MILK, don't pay
fancy price?, try mine.
Five Boxes Best Loudon Layer
Raisins?new crop.
ill* I ?ikiivu c. .-v i i wu
any quantity you want, ami you don't
have to pay for paper wrapped around 1
it.
A full line of Surraiv and Green
Coffee:*. Mv spare v, ill not allow j,
further enumeration.
CALL AXI) UK CONVINCED TITAT j
I keep the best selected and cheapest
stock of Family Groceries in Town.
I have the best Five Cent* Oiirar in
America. Choice Smoking Tobacco.
T-EilMS CASH ON DELIVEIIY-NO
' EXCEPTIONS MADE. . '
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octis
: a5^.2_,B . j
r
AND FEED STABLES. '
r
*\VlNN>COKO. S. C.. Sept. 1, 18-31. ?'
I;1
LOOK OIT! r
| P
THOSE INDEBTED TO TIIF: UN- j
DESIGNED. JK NO WING Til EI K ; i
i y
NOTES FALL DUE ON THE FIRST ! m
OF OCTORER, WILL PREPARE j1,
TO MEET TIiEM. AS IT'LL PAY-!0
MENT WILL BE REQUIRED. UN-< '
i c
LESS F U RT} 1ER A R R A NG EM EN TS ; "
: n
AUE MADE, THOSE HAVING j r
THEIR NOT ICS CARRIED OVLRl"
FROM LAST YEAR WILL MEET j"
TIIEM ril-OMITLY. AS I WILJ
FORCE COLLECTIONS ON THEM.!;
A. WH.UFGBB. |'
sept Z '
|m
I pi
! M
CHE OLD STAND OF 1S7G fIA.S-j u=
I
>een reopened and supplied with the |
^boiccst stock of Liquors, TVhies. |
i
.. . . I
j
Cigars and Tobacco. 1th
I k<.
It is the place where von can ?ci |
I
mytbing in tlie | ?1?
LINE OF LIQUOR Li!
I
|
lealt von want, as I warrant even' I ?
irticle I sell for the money.
To uir.ko this place pleasant, and j
:eep ir np in the style of a j
? .
FIRST CL.t^S SAIOOX.
*i' j. -;r . ^
[.Lave engaged the services#?.- ; j
MR. A. S. WKOATS,
" ' aj
,vbo will take special pains to sot- **'
lis customers and friends well ac- M
A
ommodated, and you will be pleas- ar
?d to see how lie keeps a HOUSE.
Under WINNS30R0 HOTEL. formerly
kept L>y J. Clenchning, now
lie .
PALMETTO IlOUSr:, L
S*
\EPT BY of
F. VML1BEXICIIT.
oct 15
Ague Cure t
la a purely vegetable bitter and powerful ! .
tonic, and is warranted a speedy and cer-: tain
cure for Fever and Ague,.ChIlls \y
and Fever, Intermittent or Chill rFever,
Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague,
Periodical or Bilious Fever, and all
malarial disorders. In miasmatic (lis- i
tricts, the rapid pulse, coated tongue, j
thirst,, lnssitmifi. loss of annetite. nain in .! *''
the back and loins,'and coldness" of the'
-Bfine and-Mtteroities; are'.onlr-premonj. -/ j
tions of .severer symptoms which tonnraate
in the ague paroxysm, succeeded by
high fever and profuse perspiration. It
is a startling fact, that quinine, ar- _
seme, and other poisonous minerals form
tho basis of most of the " Fever and Ague
Preparations," "Specifics," "Syrups,"
and " Tonics," in the market. The prep*,
arations made from these mineral poisons,
although they are palatable, and may 1
break the cbiil, do not cure, but leave the j j
malarial and their own drug poison in
the system, producing quinism, dizziness, ;
ringing in the ears, hcadaclie, vertigo, and ! t
other disorders moro formidable than ].
the disease they were intended to cure. I
Atkk's Awe Cure thoroughly eradicates j
these noxious poisons from the system,
and always cures.the severest cases. It {
contains no quinine, mineral, or any thing . | j
that could injure the most delicate pa- j :
tient; and its crowning excellence, above i I
its certainty to cure, is that it leaves the j j
system as free Irom disease as beiore tue |
attack.
For Liver Complaints, Att.r's AntTE i
Cure, by dircct action on the liver and
biliary apparatus, drives out the poisons i
which produce these complaints, and '
stimulates the system to a vigorous, ! .
healthy condition. [ |
"We warrant it when taken according ! j
to directions. J
Prepared by Dr. j. C. Ayer & Co., i j
Practical and Analytical Chemists, j j
Lowell, Mass.
OLD BT ALL DBUGCISTS EYZHT1THZ8X. I
FRESH GROCERIES" !
AEF constantly bf-ing r?-cgivecl by me. >v
\ synopsis ot which I give below. '
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES AND SYKUPS- !>'
ALL ti HAULS. ! ni
t:<
SUGARS, FiJOM THE ITICIIEST TO Till
LOWEST (iUADES.
1 ill", r J.n i r uri JS l.> I nr. i\r. i ? i iii
1'ATKNT FAMILY"?Al,M) ALL GJJAOKS
JACKSONS UKST FAMILY FLOlli.
CAXXE5)
CALIFORNIA TEAKS, Somrtinir Choice.
-SUCCOTASH. Beans and Com
OMATOES. PEACHES (
FIXE AP^'LE.
ivLMON, SAKDI:;E5> ..
wr?TAt?n >
EI'PER. : ETC- ETC -j
ALSO INVITE YOl'U ATTENTION TO Ol'I
itOASTED COFFEE.
Give mo a cell and examine for yoursell. ?
rticlos too numerous to mention/
B. JR. FLEXXIHES. c?
Tim
ftP '4
1 tSr<
"nsckttyo urlife z
IN THE p'"^
SP!
resbytcrian Mutual Assurance Fund.
. <*m
n??%
You hjirftopnylmt :?r!?'forthe s'.:m v.iilch ..3r
r-H reci-iv<r, niidoul;; wiiattlte lasuraucv* aeiuliv
coS'.A !^fr
Y -v ;<n* sure thnt your family will get tii^stiDi sti
! jour iiif.ii'ij a?i>.v special cHuse la the c-li.u*- i ,
'r it is ??\e;nn:. , j *-1
No il^k to.iua. nor any M IV* oor-1 m
oration lulling, as co utlier insurance cornet- j ~n
l"S. '
Y'jt: knew what row pay ass^sr.ent for. ! lU
You c:-:i iisMJrc 1:1 U:i.-> when you could not l:s j po?
more <\\;vi>.?:%" ; one. : f.
Yx; know t hero w?y> r.i ion? process of law :
n>l -y. im-a-is ioc'vtain the sum at j '.v
o::r <J.-> t*:*se. i j
" ? ' o i
rheu sick or s-iiuoh' to atwnO '.-o ! ?i;1
it isthestt*J*:>.i -;.r.'s:, \v::y ro xtvure so | sol
uy ;'!i :.}:.oui-t 'or tl ?* I'ci.eilt of jour fjmily .
ru-r your
No luHIioj.s ro t? nipt the honesty of rr'fiicf!N.
" ' ,j \
ius r:j;it t?;e latsuml pi rn
< f?n :!?!?' :w:t!; hp rvsuU .Vxi.c. i '"
If.stt-s'iift'y njr i.:;: lur^rc si'jns to facers tico :
' a;;>r.r.i?'.v i ;:< n:.?ti-;y Is iett with c.i?:h wtz)y;r ' .
mil ??.a tKy ntiHlt;fS. !
Casmnt .vji'J:vu-d to she e'z.'ws ?>' crr>(\l?')r< !
o; hv .-i!t?t-!:m**i?t. irnrui. hni'-nt oroih- : ;tf.
i uroniis <'I 1 nv, .?o us to d-vo!v it rnru; thv,
.".i;!:y. : L-*
K'.ir I;n;'.!(?: p:rti- r.I"rs ar.J appli'titi-in* foi ;
u"iiilivr?liipf rati o.i J o I;oa<?, . __
S -pt ?-;.m for F;iini?-lti County. ;
"wqtic's, '
ALL per-iras lirv.ir.y :<2a:"r.<?{ lh? JL
County < !' V;:ir:itH will j?rc's<-Lt , * i
i t in \<) the C+.v.iAx r.omi!iL^siouc-.fH bv tht- 1?\
il.st <];iv ol" .\ >vcn.b"l't lc>H!. i ij.
j. j:. ii wivf.y. I ti,
oc'. C C'LaiiniMii. C. C.
Altaic* the minds of the former* n<; \r
!MXAl"(-iII furls his bainicr to I!ie l>r
ices, still adhering to that principle. pa
IMXAL*GIi'5> at prices that makes the
' HEAR T5I?
f-,000 van's Standard Calicoes. ;U C.\ <
yards Fancy i>res-s 4i<?ulf. ?i <
.S\ Fancy I):v.-s Goods, 1 .'?? <
;V!0 yard* Black Alpara.at l>si centsTwenty
.pi<ves Lnbuts LMack ('ashmc
at ifcts them direct,from l>< ad^uarters.
up its color ibr years, examine these go
FROM JLI
Foiir hundred J,au!es* Trimmed
illrsr. A nice trimmed hat ::t - >, 4<). (}~z
Mv stock of Vc!vo!?, Satin?. Kibbons
tiffs, Muttons, &e.. arc now eump!i
is yen i s.
The tac'iliiic? of the two Houses?Mil
imnatijrh. at this point?arc unsiirpas's:'
prices that will eclipse all previous elf .
j.i
r. 8.? PATiTIES IXDEHTKD TO Ji
WE CASH AXI) EXPENSE.
oet i:t
M". L. K I
(lotiiimi house.
- '' ' *- m. . , . I
. .. - .. . t t-r v . '"J"'0
' . ; V
MOST coinplotf'stotfk' Hinsr in
ul neck\ve?r hi endless variety. lioys* 2:
e latest f?!vlc.s ami finish, at prices to SU
. , . - . ->
FINK shoos for men and hoys..-; 'J
anilia. and Webster's braid* hr'sdl coloi
lpjiea coats in all idiade* ajrd qualities.'
id Mohair Dusters in all styles.
ALL Oil DEES FIIO
July 7 ..
PLAIN
O?<
I AM NOW DECEIVING .My my
ry Goods, consisting i? mi't of Dun;
eat v.uiety. Corsets, Hosi'-Ty, GjoVc;
all kinds, which will be gold as low
Hnl 1LLIN ^
A VT\ 771 4 vnr nA^TlC! ?n
JC V7V/V.L/O ia ait uu; ?:v>
ir Milliner fioui Baltimore, bas sele<
,re, and no pains will be spared, to pl<
ie above DEPARTMENTS. Miss B
ason again.
IF YOU WANT A SETTING MAC]
:d the bert F;imily Machiie on the na
lern being in use in this County. ?.n<"i
:j other without busting, you can fin JUST
IN A fcUPPLY OF GliOCEl
:rd, Chei ?e, Ciackers, Cakes, Cur.
rosene Oil, Bagging. Iron Ties Mid;
j found at J. 0. BOAG'f5, on the Cor
here. Don't forget to call, as these a
m. .
AN ASSORTMENT OF BEDSTI
UST EECiiiVEO. . . .
J..
Sept 24
"THE "QUEEN I
\LLL-Ll**mL * m
The -QUEEN BESS" Corstf nnd Ski.t Sr.vr
introjnced. It is a ]>.?rjrVt tit tiny e^rsi
rj:j>s, oasilv n'ljnstt-'l t<> :inv ue^irfnl length
WENT C LOTH STEEL PKOTE TOlt, vch
sting, but also reml- rs it imjos.-ible to bre
Mil nr. FOl: SAIJS ON^Y I y
n:r?v 20 -
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SWEPJ
am) roa salz srr DOfUEVi* &
MAKING WATCHES. j
rfectlve Wutch Ca-e.s are ore ci' the rliief j
j-o r.isr.j v.vtclir^ rot i'clrijr good-'"
t> 7!:0 or.sf.s ); JatrfWn nml not 1
; well ai!a:!L ?!ust W, djr? to t :;?> is: *?-! M
ut. w!)5rt: iDiorf?Tt.s u jt;> tv marti# i <,
ts or lilt? n a;rl: nrsv^slluttr.? oVssilns, rv-|
. te?. Ac., siuKhe cfco^ct ;l.?:s paid <m '{^
)lli'ij li v.ni>'. l>?yj; v a 5.'i-r?<! c:iv ? ". :! ? l):? !
W(??:Id h..v >:.v( 0 dll t:;S lsvsWtr sad tl
vr:?,c. V.'e fcavc i ( ?:? :;:!} .-??n a <c.-f tliat ; '
urs :;1! tlif-st: !Tqt:{n nitT.ts. ir tr-vJi ? Vrn i
rl?\1 for over tnoMv year* o:;f. st?l? n-.tu'lns
f?Tf. Wt? refc-r TO th<- ??AS. IU?V Valwt
IlVwdSoM CnsH, vUl 'h Iijk l-rCoiist* ?ti?*
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