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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
C WEDXE30AY, October H. : : : 1882.
5ew Advertisements.
Wanted?N. W. Trump.
S-- Louisiana State J<ottery.
To-day?J. 1?. JVlimnaugn.
New Furniture?R. W. Phillips.
Sale and Feed Stables?A Willi ford.
Sheriff's Sale?Jno, I), McCarley,
S. F. C.
Annual Meeting?J. R. Harvey,
^ Cfcairman.
Local Erie.**.
?('oitpn is coming in lively?and
it's a^ood time to pay the printer.
?/The yonng ladies look very gay in
tfe&r red jackets and white dresses.
mL- A-/-. n Phov.
^ ? I lie pass^u^ci iiaiuo xivun ..v..
lotte are running with more regnlarity
?Several new subscribers within
B - the past week?and- more expected.
"Let 'er rolh"
By ?The grocery merchants are selling
a great deal of mackerel?it's cheaper
than bitcon.
?The finest apples and cocoanuts
in town, just arrived, at D. A. iiendrlx
& Co.rs. . *
?Everybody seems pleased with the
* result of the primary?and the system
is more popular than ever.
?The Rev. D. E. Jordan returned
ft on Tuesday, after a short visit to his
| family in North Carolina.
\ ?The merchants are still unpacking
\iew goods, and everything points to a
first-rate fall trade.
?The Bachelor's Protective Union
~ ?
11 1? ? * Anf
WliJ SOOn UC vcn Uiuwu wiunvu
So savs Dame Rumor.
?During iicLane's speech at Greenville
the crowd occasionally cried,
"Hurrah for Winnsboro."
L' ?The*oyster season has begun, and
^ bivalves of the finest sort are now
^ A AT-a. UAAlAllMntff
Supplied at irtiauiaiiw.
?The Steam Fire Engine Company
liave received th&r new helmets. Iney
*re very handsome indeed.
?"We have a small space left for ad-1
^ vertisements?which we shaXI be glad j
to fn; on very reasonable terms.
-^ir. F. TV. Ilabenicht has just re?eived
a new brand of cigars?the
? vTexas Sifting?." Go and try one.
?The comparatively small vote in
the primary is attributable to ths- busv
? .v.
season?not to apainy or luumca-utc.
?The county treasurer is on bis
-- msual round of collection. The payments
of taxes thus far have been
r fight.
?Mr. TV. D. Bratton left on Thursday
for Charleston, whore he will resume
his- studies at- the South Carolina
. Medical College.
?It is expected that large numbers
t.hA more intellio-ent colored men in
. Fail-field will vote for Colonel Thompson.
?Call at the office of R. J-. McCarley
& Co. and examine their engines, gins,
etc. before buying elsewhere. *
i ?The Charlotte, Columbia & Aitgust
a Railroad Company have taken
formal possession of the Chester &
t, .
Lenoir Railroad, recently leased.
?The County Treasurer requests us
to say that he will be at Gladden's
OmAmm ^'? VA(M Ar?
crxuv e, i\jl tiic wiicwuuu ?/x wu.c?, vu .
Friday, the 20th inst.
?3?r. George If. McMaster was in ]
Golambia last week in; attendance on
^^^^ean imal meeting of the State Board
I B^^^The j^ck^Ecltpse Engine- ^foac-"
Rp^cnowleclgect. to. be the best engine
J ' '.Bade. Sold by R-J-.McCarlev & Co. ~
Hjf; . ?Notwithstanding the chillness of
c * tihe evening air, our summer frieuds,
fee mosquitos,. still continue their serenades?to
say nothing of their stings.
?The streets are extremely dustv,
and a watering-cart would be a splendid
institution. We have had no rain
?f any consequence since the lOcii of
September.
?The horses of the Mayburv circus
brought about ?5.000. A Shetland
pony and colt brought $185 and were
\ purchased by Mr. John E. Robertson
of Ridgewav.
?John Gibson says that the Demo
cratic ticket nomiuated on the 2nd is
good enough for anybody. He thinks
the Greenback movement a first-class
fraud. John is decidedly right.
?The editor accidentally carried his
? smallest foot through a lot of goblets
mi the store of one of our most popular
young merchants. Damages?a broken
^ goblet or so, and a big scare for the
editor.
I ?The family of the Rev. Frank
Hallam arrived on Thursday afternoon,
aDd the family of the Sis v. D. E. Jordan
are expected shortly. \Ve are glad
to welcome these accessions to our
community.
^ ?A horse of Mr. W. D- Bratton was
very badly cnt and gashed by running
tho VkOT-h on "Mr. Flenni
^?:nou iuv i/m>* v avmvw v..
y
ken's field, in which the horse was
running. Dr. Robertson dressed the
wounds and the animal is doing well.
?A. colored man named Peter R.
Hayes, from Chester, was before Justice
Neil on Friday afternoon, charged
? with, forgery of school certificates. He
was- represented by Judge Mackey.
The evidence not sustaining the charge,
he was discharged.
?R. J. McCarley & Co. are agents
ifi,- for the celebrated Newell Cotton
???? Seed. Mill, Huller and Separator, and
Avery's Improved "Walking Cultivator
?nd Sulky Plows. *
?Mr. R. H. Simpson, oft Old Fort
McAlister, never forgets the printer?
rwhen he receives a new brand of anything
good. This time he sent us two
S . "small size bottles," one labeled:
"Goiden Grain Rve" and the other
*
"Stone Mountain Corn." "We have
given both a trial, and we will put up
9 "nick"'that it can't be beat. Call on
"Bob" and try either brand, and you
~ ?Ml o 4(ni??
' ?111 UC daiisudl luai. a ^Iiuikvi VIWSP
-^1 tell the trnth sometimes Please accept
our thanks, Robert.
.& ?All parties- wi-hing to purchase
engines and gins will please give us
Wf their orders at once, so as to have
W&L them here in.time for cotton ginning,
Ky as it takes fifteen to twenty days to get
*' them from the factory.
* R. J. McCabley & Co.
c ?Tell us,, angelic host,
Ye messengers of love?
Shall sufFring printers here below
Have no redress above?
The shining angel's band replied:
"To us is knowledge given;
. - Delinquents on subscription books
Can never enter heaven."
? ^
. -Mr. William Timmons, formerly of
Charleston, and more recently engaged
iji business air Woodward's^. is now
Ip "with Messrs. J. M. Beaty & Co. It
was a pleasant surprise to as to meet
jp^sAe schoolmate of twenty years ago.
^s^se days he weighed, about.seven
f tv Jili ri hts sr-.hnnkfallow the same.
"We've outgrown him since then. We
are glad to have him in our midst, and
hope he will find a pleasaut home
among us.
Riotous Conduct.? A crowd of negroes
behaved ia a very disorderly
manner near the residence of the Rev.
J. S. Connor on Saturday night. The
whoops and yells were kept up for
several minutes and could he heard a
few squares off. We understand there
riTue o fitrlif- atrinnir crnwrf. hjif \vf>
have been unable gather the details
of the occurrence*
The Recent Fire.?We think it
needless to say that we regret that our
account of the recent fire should have
seemed to be unjust to the Steam Fire
Engine Company. Xobocty, we think,
doubts that they did their full duty?as
they always do. The only lesson to
be learned from the fire is. that the
hand-engine, without adequate hosn,
is worse than useless. The colored
men are splendid workers at a fire,
but that can't make up for the deficiency
in equipment.
The Homicide.?Dr. W. "R. Sykes,
charged with the killing ef'Mr. Ben
Brigman, went before Judge Witlierspoon
at Lancaster 0:1 Tuesday, making
au application to be released on
hail. After hearino-the evidence taken
at the inquest, together with the affidavits
submitted ?15 behalf of the * ,
the Judge granted an order fixTngirre
bail in the sum of $5,000. Mr.
Jair.es Sykes, son of Dr. Sykes, has
also been arrested, charged with com-;
plicity in the homicide. Jle has likewise
been discharged, giving bail in
the su ji of $1,500.
Cottgx Statement.?The following 1
I is the comparative cotton statement for j
I the week ending October 6. '1882:
! Net receipts at all United States ports
during the week 177,933; to same time
last year 109,996; total receipts to this
date 472,7i>0; to same date last year
552,414. Exports for the week 83,- j
1S7; same week last year 80,370; total!
exports to this d:ite 208,673: to same j
! date last year 2G1,54'4. Stock at all i
United States ports 288,954; same time j
last year 440,023; stock at ail interior j
towns 32,030; same time last year 68,257;
stock at Liverpool SsO.OCO;
same time last year 612,000; stock
of American afloat for Great Britain
76,000; same time last year 116,000.
.Anniversary.?The officers and cadtts-of'the
King's Mountain Military
School celebrated the one hundred and ;
second anniversary of the battle of
King's Mountain and the twentyseventh
anniversary of the school at
Yorkville on Friday, instead of geing
to the "battle ground, as has been the :
enstom heretofore. The orator of the !
j? T .i? o i
uaj wus t?uun o. ?r uzvii, ^34., v?. i
Spartanburg, a talented young lawyer
and a graduate of the institution. His
address was line and received rounds
of applause. At the conclusion of
Mr. Wilson's address Gen. E. M.
Law was introduced and made a few
remarks. The exercises wound up
with a hop at nigjit. We acknowledge
the courtesy of an invitation to these
exercises, and rdfoset that Tee News
and Herald couk&^t be represented.
-The . -* We. ..
particular attention to the advertisement
of the fourth cimual fair of the
Chester Agricultural, Horticultural
and Mechanical Association to commence
at Chester on the 17th instant,
and to continue four days. The premium
list for the approaching fair is
an .unusually full one, and every department
wiM' receive due attention,
while in the way of preparations 011
the grounds every arrangement has
been made to insure this to be the most
successful exhibition yet given under
tie auspices of the Association. The
grounds and- buildings have been put
in first-class order, and every care has
been takeii for the accommodation 01
exibitors, visitors and' exhibits. "We
trust that Fairfield county will be fully
represented at the fair, both in exhibits
and visitors. Premium lists, gaying
all desired information, may be procured
on application to Capt. J. K.
Henry, secretary and treasurer, Chester,.
S. CStew
Advertisements.?Mr. TL W.
Phillips is-out this morning, announcing
that he has a full and fine stock of
furniture in great variety, all of which
he wants to sell and means to sell. His
! store is filled to overflowingwith everything
conceivable in the way of furniture,
and he will take pleasure in
showing his goods. Besides furniture
proper, he has a large supply of picture
frames, window shades, etc. He
represents several standard sewingmachines,
and will,sell them very low.
15 voir-want bargains go and see him.
Mr. John L. Mimnaugh has about
got his fall stock out of the eases, and
his store shows that he has bought
heavily. In consequence, he announces
that he means, to sen e very in m?- at
unheard-of prices, and at figures sure
to be satisfactory. His new advertisement,.
to be found' in to-day's paper,
gives some of his prices, and others
w.;ll be found correspondingly low.
He means business. Go and: see him.
XnterestisgkSer^ces.?The services
in the Episcopal church on Sunday
night were attended1, by a large congregation?the
church being filled to its
utmost capacity. The service was read
by the Rev: Frank Hallam, the rector
of the parish, and an' excellent sermon
' * *> ?T AJ. it. _ -1^
delivered in* uisnop uowe. At me ciuse
of tlie regular service the rite of cou>
firniation was administered by the
Bishop to six young ladies. The entire
services- were full of interest
throughout, and commanded the close
attention of the entire assemblage.
The Episcopal church has of late
been very much improved. The building
has been repainted throughout,
the colors used being much brighter
and more attractive than the former
ones. The old chaucel window has
been replaced with a very handsome
one of stained glass, which adds very
greatly to the appearance of the interior
of the church. These improvements
are mainly the result of the
earnest labors of ths ladles of the
congregation, and they deserve great
credit. They have (he satisfaction of
knowing that they have succeeded in
i making the church better in. everyway.^
?To.strengthen and build up- the
systus. a trial will conviuce you that
Brown's Iron Bitters is the best medi
cinc made.. *
Commissioners of Election.?The
| following-named gentlemen have teen
j appointed Commissioners of Election
for Fairfield county:
State?K. A. Gaillard, R. E. Ellison,
Wm. R. Rabb.
Congressional?Chas. A. Douglass,
J. E. McDonald, Jno. S. Reynolds.
Governar Hagood declined to accede
to the request of Mr. Russell, the
Greenback chairman, and others of
that crowd for representation on the
boards. The Governor gives his reasons
as follows:
Messrs. AV. Walker Russell and others?Gentlemen:
Unexpected detention
during a recent absence from Columbia
has prevented a reply which
perhaps should have been uiude sooner
I 10 your letter, which >uu ucutncu jh
! person on or about the 8ih ult.
Kepresenting yourselves as "the State
I Executive Committee of the Green;
back-Labor party of South Carolina," |
j you request that I will give that '*par!
ty one representative on the Board of
j Comuiiseioners of Election for each
! county i i the State, and that you (I)
; will appoint to such position persons
| indicated by" your committee,
j I regret that I cannot accede to your
| request as made.
Nothing in the laws of the State
J directs that these offices be filled with j
reference to political questions which j
; may divide the people. The duty and !
j responsibility, without restriction of,
: that kind, of making the appointments
j is imposed upon the Governo; lie can
uoi iransier inu [wh ci iw auuiuvi < i
I directly or indirectly.
| It has been my official custom, and 11
; am always glad to receive rccommen- J
! dations from citizens, who take suf- i
! licient interest in the public welfare to j
j bring to my attention proper persons
j for any appointments which I am rcj
quired to make, and such names a*!
j you or others may submit as suitable
for the boards of commissioners of the
several counties will be respectfully
considered. The appointments will be
made, however, in view of my best:
judgment of the titness of the persons i
appointed and upon my sole responsi- j
bility under the law.
Your obedient servant,
Johnson' jjaoooi), uovcrnor. i
TItlB L'TES OF HESrECT.
Resolutions of Sorrow e n the Death of the !
Late E. I'almt-r uavis.
At the last meeting" of the IJidgewav
Democratic Club, Capt. li. S. De?-1
portes saiii:
Mr. President: "We assemble here;
to-day under peculiarly sad circuin- !
stances; for one prominent and wise j
in our codicils. and most zealous in j
our pari|pfwelfare is not here. "We j
shrink from the realization of the!
dread fact that he will be forever ab- ]
sent. Death sought and found our j
brightest mark, and smote with withering
power. Chivalrous, handsome,
brave, he fell unmurmuring in the
zenith of Ijis splendid manhood.
Permit me to submit the following j
i CdUUIIiUliS
Resolved, That language can bnl j
faintly express the sorrow we feel at
the demise of our friend and member,
E. Palmer Davis, Esq.,.who.has served
as in many capacities, honorably distinguished.
Resolved, That we extend most sincerely
our deep sympathy to the bereaved.
Resolved, That a page in our jour
nal be inscribed to his memory.
Resolved, That we wear the badge
of mourning for thirty days..
These resolutions were unanimously
adopted and ordered to be published.
In the Democratic County Executive
Committee, on last Tuesday, Major
YToodward requested Opt. S. R.
Johnston to take the chair, and, with a
brief and appropriate allusion to Mr.
Davis's high qualities as a man and his
natuang scgsififls tn. -tha... Homoarailcparty.
introducm the following preamble
and resolutions, which were unanimously
adopted ~
Whereas, this Committee has heard
wiih unfeigned grief of the untimely
death of our late fellow-member, Mr.
E. Paimer Davis,, and we desire to
give expression tc our sorrow and the
sense of the loss caused by this dis
% uuyi vivi v/j
Resolved, That in the death of Mr.
Davis this Committee recognizes the
loss of one who under all circumstances
was true and faithful to every
obligation of life and. principle.
1 liesolced, That this Committee ever
fonnd in him a prompt and fearless
member and counselor, the Democratic
party an adherent who shrank from no
duty its patriotic purposes imposed
upon him. and the county a patriotic
and devoted citizen, whose youth gave
| assurance of future honor and usefulI
ness.
Mesolved, That these resoluti .s be
published in our county paper-..
Transfers of Real Estate..
Since our last report, the following
transfers of real estate have been.entered
in tiie office of the county auditor:
July 17, 1882. Marion M. Smith to
Jatnes H. Rion, 6 acres in Greenbrier
township; consideration$200.
July 12, 1882. J. R. Ari'edge to
James II. Rion, 23! acres in Greenbrier
township; consideration $450.
July 18, 1882. W.. J. Davis to Isaac
TTaviMSrtii. ? acres in Watered town
ship; consideration $100.
July 27, 18S2. Sally Swaon to Jane
Cameron, 60 acres in Brice township;
deed o? gift.
March 25, 1882; Thos. H. Ketchin
to Massey Sims, one lot in Mount Zion
township; consideration $150."
August 1,1882. Thos. II. Ketchin
to Annie H. McCarlev, 100 acres in
Ridge way township; consideration
$350.
Julv 21. 1882. James Q. Davis to
Banyan Emerson, on lot in Mount Zion
township; consideration $75.
June 27,1882:. Cal-irin Brice to Mary
Miller, 125 acres in Brice townships
consideration 81,200.
August 1, 1882. Ascnatli Colemanto
R. Si Desportes, A. F. Ruff and
E. W. Parker, Trustees, one lot in
Ridgeway township; consideration$50.
August 17,1382, James A..Brice to
John T. Chalmers, cne lot in- Mount
Zion township; consideration &1Q6.50..
August 16, 1882. Mary Cuin
i mings to jonn 1. unaimers,. one tot m
Mount Ziou township; consideration.
$316.50.
December 21, 1878. (Hfeorge II. McMaster
to tlie Trustees of the Associate
Reformed Presbyterian Church
of "Winnsboro, one lo? in-Mount Zion
township: consideration $240.
August 22, 1B82. \V. B. Hogan to
Melville Mellichamp, 81 acres in Bear
Creek township; consideration $425.
September 1, 1882. James II. Rion,
Trustee, to the Session of Scion PresI
t
uyieriau uuuicu, uuc iui m luv/um
Zion township; consideration $959.
February 23, 13S2. Amy Hay to
Francis H. DnCose, 91 acres in Horcb
j township; consideration $3,210.53.
.! November 4, 1878. Samuel Brice to
i Margaret Clowney, 650 acres in Brice
towshij,; consideration $2,500.
August 4, 1882. John D,. Mahon
and; Rebecca J'. Mahon to tTacaes II.
Rion, 23? acres in Greenbrier township
; consideration $472.
beptemoer is, iv. u. Jtainuads
to L.. T.. Wilder, 645".acres in
I Bear Creek township; consideratio
I $2,000.
September 18, 1882. David Going
I fr> Pwnnfl A fl/iinore ftnp lnf in \fnmi
j Zion township; deed of gift. ?
j January 18 1882. W. B. and F. A
j flogan to Marion A. Ilogan, C6? acre
j in Bear Creek township: consideratioi
I $100.
THE REVEST FIRE.
I An Explanation from President Hupy.
Messrs. Editors'. Will you pies?
allow me to correct an error in you
account of the fire at Mr. Kethin's
published in the issuo of October 3, ii
j which you slate, "the house was al
most entirely destroyed and about twi
1 bales of cotton Imrnt."
The facts are these: In <he first plac
I the "house", so-called, was a buildinj
! that had been used for a chicken-lions
j and was merely a shell of a building
; In the second place there was onl;
about two thousand pounds of see;
cotton in the building, of which a littl
| over one-fourth, or about six htindret
pounds of seed cotton, was burnt.
1 1.1 .A . A J. ? 11.
Know you wousu not unenuonau;
publish anything that woaM reScct oi
ths-efueiency of the Fire Department
so I ask this opportunity of placing u:
before the public in a proper light,"be
lieving you have been misinformed a:
to the facts. The steam engine had :
stream on the fire before the buildin*
was half consumed, and what wa:
standing had. to be pulled down i;
order to a^low us to throw a ?*treain 01
the rear of the lire. The reuson whi
the hand-engine had no stream wa:
that their hose would not reach.
Respectfully, R. y. Hl*ky.
Presdt. Steam Fire Engine Co.
Coi/)!:ed Candidates for Congress
?Amon<r the Hepn!>Iican nomination:
tor Congress in the Southern State;
there are an unusually large number o
colored men, but it is learned here thai
in almost if not every such instance the
nominating conventions nave uoei
composed of a majority of colonic
men. Several colored men of prominence
are also running' a? independeni
candidates for Congress in the Souih
notably in Virginia, North Carolin:
and M ississippi. One of the regulai
nominations recently made of colored
men is that of Edward Deas for the
sixth South Carolina district, who if
at present employed as a laborer in the
government printing office. Lee am
Smalls, the two colored men who
beaten by Mackey in the contest foi
the Republican nomination in the
seventh South Carolina district, are
very well knovn here, having figurec
hotli on the floor of the House and ii
the departments and other public
places. Both are of very unsavon
reputation, but it is no more than Jnsi
ro say mat -rneir characters will compare
most favc rably with that of theii
white competitor, whom they accusf
of obtaining the nomination by unfair
means. It is quite apparent that main
colored mes! and many white adventurers
have been prompted to run foi
Congress in Southern districts becausc
of the conviction that the House,, ii
Republican, will seat them, whethci
they arc returned as elected or 2!ot.?
Washington Cor. Baltimore. Sun.
A Pekrl^s.vPe!.'fcms.?Tiie refreshing airm:,
of Flurcs on Cologne, and Its la?tir.g fttijenaiv
make it a peerless perrtime tor the toilea
A Traveler's Stokv.?Alter spending month;
at waterlag places and consulting cue besl
physicians without beat-lit, 1 ic'turned hoin<
disheartened and expected to die. A l'rkiiurged
a nlul 01 Parker's tiiiiger Toole. Threi
bottles and caretul diet have brought me ex
ceiient-heaith and spirits, and I hope my ex
perienee oiay oenem similar suueivn>.?cmcm
nau lady, see oilier'coiuma. *
~l r~T II I ril ! ?! ! ! Bin |
WM1E?,S
AT ONCE, a good, reliable man, witl
a hor.se und wagon. Pay good.
.BmnaaentJffork. - An ffpngTjsip;
OcilO-txIt Colombia, S. 0.
TOWS' TASiCJi.
ri1
JL HE BOOKS A RF NOW OPEN TC
receive all J?kxes > j Municipal y ar
beginning April 10 18*2, and endim
April 1st, 1283, and will be kept op^:
until November 30th. Persons will plea*
come forward and pay promptly.
"j. N. < ENTEH,
Got 10 Clerk ?.f Council.
ANNUAL MEETING.
iSoTIJElIS HE11EBY GIVEN TH \'l
tue County Commissioners cf Fahfiel*
County will bold tiieir. Aunn.il ile tin<; ;i
their office, in Winnsbcro, S. 0., on Tuea
day, November 7, 1882, at 10-'oVl:>ck. a
*-? % A ? rvnvfi r,c .^n.lc o .'Y in n c
the county for the fiscal year cndin:
October 31, 1882, will? present theiu
properly attested, on or before that data
J. R. HiKVBY,
Oct 10 x4wft Chairman.
WOT5CB.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE TO All
JL parties indebted to the late tirra o
iiUVF & CLOUD, that their uotes am
accouDts f.re id ray bunds -or collection
uhd immediate pay-leui is required. II
not settled at once, Lhe.se claims will I.
placed iD the hands of an attorney fo
collection. A F. RUFF,
iMirviviup rartner, m juiquia: uoii
Sept 23-flxlm.
toii SAJtA'l.
MY plantation, containing ONE HU3
D*tED AND NINETY ACRE*
sixty in original wood, forty ii? pine an
the balanae under, cultivation, cm th
place, in the suburbs of the town, a res:
d?2nce of eight rooms, exclusive of kite!
en. pantry, bath-room, with all necessar
out buildings.. House ali in complet
order ready to receive purchaser wi;hoti
additional cost to property. ft3r TERM
EASY. For further particulars applv to
VV\ Ti: CREIGHT.
Sept 28-fxlm Winnsboro, S-, C.
S&ER-IFjTS. S-JrLE.
BY virtue of an execution to me clirec
ed, I will offer for sale before th
Go irt Mouse door in Winnsboro, S. C
on tbe first?. Monday in November nex
vrithin the legal hours of sale, to tb
highest bidder, for ("ASH, the followm
described property, to wit:
All that tract of land containing tw
-hthdren acbes. more or les;
and bonnded by lands of Gbarles Fre<
Mrs, McMahon and others?b-vicd upo
as tbe p:?perty. of W. J Daw kins at tfc
suit of Susan N. McMahon.
J NO. D. MeCARLK^.
Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
WinnsBoro..S. C.?
October 5. 18&2.
Oct 7-|lx2
FRESH ABMVALS
Canvn=Ped and"'Un canvassed? Hams,
Breakfast Strips,
ISiim Sausage,.
Corned Beef,
Tongue and Potted fiamy.
Deep Sea Trout,
Canned Mackerel and!
Sardine?,
with many other good thing
BRING TI1E MONEY AND G2
lUvii. &urrJLi?i&.
S. S. WOLFE.
PIMEEgWM
Invalucbli patenitd -.mjrrovtmsnls fouiu'. in no o'Ju
?JfOIJVES ??tkt wi rid. For P&ropblels and Pric
Litt. (*1k> for SAW MILLS), address
TlrttAn.THAX A rAVLOBC*. U**4cid. Ohi
j Oh, My Back!
u
That's a common expression
and has a world of
meaning. How much suffering
is summed up in it
e %
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver complaint,
consumption, cold,
rheumatism dvsoeosia.over
rj. T i.# - ?
work, nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it Something is
wrong and needs prompt
^ attention. No medicine has
^ yet been discovered that
1 will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
1 Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing'
at the foundation, and making
the blood pure and rich.
b l
l Logaasport, Ind. Dec. i, 1S80, '
r For a long time I have been a
sufferer from stomach and kidney
S disease. My appetite was very poor
and the very small amount I did eat
] disagreed with me. I was annoyed
very much from non-retention of
urine. I tried many remedies with
* no success, until I used Brown's
s Iron Bitters. Since I used that my
stomach does rot bother me any.
My appetite is simply immense. My
kidney trouble is no more, and my
general health is such, that I feel
like a new man. After the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters for one month,
I have gained twenty pounds ia
weight. 0. B. Sahge?t.
j. Leading physicians and
t clergymen use and recommend
Brown's Iron Bit1
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
[ will cure you.
1 \
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I AND FEED STABLES.
1 T '-v-tK
* i v'.i^s
I -t ;
\ '' . , .,";-v5 rrj-ia
V.;. >;V0,!|S
; ??
: - *
[ LOOS OUT!
vVfMxs-Boiio. S?.C., Oct.4, 1882.
A.L'L knowing themselves
1 itJ-Jebiv.: < > me- rrodersiofned, and
! wii*. >:(* n< ?r-1 due on the FIRST
of Gi hud better settle
then. < >I\TK. :.s I will foice col<*
lectin I ;:Di also paying the
highest CA -.K PRICES for OLD
' ? _
PI J G yi ULES and H O SSES. 1
i also have a few FINE lOUNG
XTT-T ' < TV.v ooln
.1. WI2L.Ii?FORS>v
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
JjCOUJiT OF COMMON PLEAS
11 Th?mas \V. Rabb, Sr.,Plaintiff.ar/ainsi
c.; Margaret M. Bell, Sara!) E. Owens.
! .....V HaII -T
\ Aiken, Defendants. Summons*.?
I For Relief.?Complaint not served.
To Tin; Defendants above-namkd:
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer tho complaint in this
r action, which has been filed in theodihe
I j.of the Clerk of Common Pleas,, for the
said County, and to serve a- copy 0;
yo:'r answer to the said- complaint or
' the subscriber as. his office, No. 3;
- Law liaise, Yvinnsboro, South Caro;
t lina,.within twenty days after the ser,,
vice hereof, exclusive of the day o
such service: and if you ftui-tO'answei
the complaint within the time aforosaid,
Ihe plaintitF in this action wil
apply to the Court for the relief de
mantled in the complaint.
Dated Winnsbupo, S. C., 2d Oct.l8S2
j. e. Mcdonald,.
Plaintiff's Attorney^
To the Defendant, Thomas je Bell:
:1 Take notice that the complaint ir
i, this action, together with the sum
:r mons, of which the foregoing is i
e copy, was filed in the officc of th<
'' Clerk of the Court of Common Pleai
for Fairfield County, in the State afore
' said, on the 2d dsn of October. 1882..
J.J&. McDGNALDr
I Oct 4-xut jfiamim 'Sr Attorney( :
WALKER'S
SPECIFIC.
I- m
y
e TBTS TRULY WOlfDERFUl
t REMEDY HAS 2iEVER
S FAILED TO CURE
CONSUMPTION.
Its speedy action upon all Bronchial an<
- ' Pulmonic Affections is beyond belief
to those who have nev^r tried it
ocseori it used.
Ifespeedily allays Bronchial and Pul
e monic Eevers. It is a-wonderful
? EXPECTORANT AND H E A L B"E
ie
? Ifrkeept the digestive and* urinary or
gans in a natural and healthy conditionis
^
?, P^MfTES THE BLOOD,
Instantly relieves night sweats, gonenes
Le of appetite and genera^ debility. It ha
been known only four years and
HAS* SEVER FAILED to PERFECT
A CURE.
Any one afflicted -with what is general.!;
considered death's amnt courier, consump
- tion, can 'be cured for S2.50, $5.00 o
. $10.00 according to the stage which th
I disease has reached. No patient has yo
taken.SlO vorth before acnre was affected
The SPECIFIC is rec-ormr. ended only fn
pulmonary affections, and tho>:e dehinn
to use it caa do so by sending ttcir-order
to the proprietors of this paper- or- direc
to me, stating.i.hut you saw this advertise
raent in the Winnsboro *)ews -Hbeali
Walker's
RHEUJIATXC KE3IEI>1
Cures Rhenrnatiaoi, either acute or chrur
ic, in-from eight to tea. days.
Price by Express?,. $5 per Bottle
s. DR. J. W. WALKER,
x FEAiSELMXON, N. G.
Jane 13
SOflCG.
VTOTICE is hereby gi^er* ihat any Rft:
_L> soa-.removing smd from any of tb
? public highways in F&irfield county, fc
r any otber purpose than working sai
| public highways. Trill- be dealt wit
according to law..
: 1 <L E. ItAKVET,
j Sept 19-ti4Wr- Chairman..
The Public i* rtqiiexud carrjully to notice the new
and enlarged Schem* to be draicii Konthly.
er-CAPITAL PRIZE, 875,000^3
Tickets only S5 Shares in Proportion.
V
?? wwwn?
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
incorporated !n 1S<W for 25 yenrs by the Legislature
lor SducatUmal and Charitable purposes
?with-a canltal of Sl.ovo.oo#?to wftrcharesei've
fund of $550,"#??iKrssljiee bw? adtfsd.
By an ovenviietal&g popular *otc its franchise
was made a part of tne present State Constitution
adopred Petettrbe 2(11 A. D. 1S79.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed by the
people of ana Utale.
It never stytles or postpones.
Its Graml Single Number Drawings take
place Monthly.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN
A FORTUNE. ELEVENTH GRAND DRAWING.
C L L AT NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY,
November 14, 1S82?130th Monthly Drawing.
Look at the. following; Scheme, under tliC
exclusive supervision and management of
Gftn. G. T. BEaT*IH5GAKD, or .La., ana
Gen. JURAL A. EARLY, of Va.,
who mannge all the drawings ot tills Company,
both ordinary aiJd semi annual, and attest
tne eorrecfiess of the publlsiied Official Lists.
CAPITAL PRIZE. S75.000.
100,000 Tickets at Five Dollars Each.
Fractious, in Fifths, in Proportion.
LIS? OF PHIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE $"'.,000
1 do do 25,ooo
1 rlo do 10.300%
2 PHIZES Ol $S000 12.000
5 1.0' 2000 10.000
lo do looo lo.ooo
2o do Coo lo.ooo
ICO do 200 20,000
300 do loo 30,000
500 ao 5o --'S.ooo
looo do 25 25,000
APPROXIMATION PPlZSS.
o Approximation Prizes of $75o 6.75i?
9 * do do 5oo i.&x't
9 dO do 250 '2,250
lyj: Prizes, amounting to $2<J5,5oo
Application for rates to dubs f-lionld be made
only to tfie office or the Company la New
Orleans.
For further information wriie rlearly, elvfa}:
full afUlress. s-ml orders by Express, Uetrl-:tered
Letter or Money Ord^r. a'Ulr'-ss-d only to
yE. A. DArpuiN,
New Orleans, I.&.,
or M. A. . DAUPHIN",
607 Seventh S?., Washi^jjton, D. C.
.V. II.?Cirtitr* whlrexxed to Sew Of lean# trill rcecir*
oro fii.]it -.tUentton.
Oct 10-5W
]mmWM
WE IIATE ENLARGED OUR
stock of Silverware to meet the demands
of the times. The taste of our
people has >ccn so cultivated that they
must have articles of tableware which
j are always bright and clean. This is
j right. Vi'f labor for the happiness of
i our futnil.es, and a lonsr stride is made
j in that direction when we supply our
| tables with a- set of CI1IXA or fine
GRANITE WARE, with Silver Knives I
and Forks and Spoons; a- handsome
Castor to grace the centre, with S:iver
Sugar Bowl, Cream Pitcher and B ter
Dish at the head. Some say that coffee
and tea taste* better from & CHINA
CUP, and LESS FOOD will suffice
from satisfying dishes. The cost of
these things is not so much as you
imagine, and once bought, you will
have a nice array for ?years to come.
| Call and see these things, and learn the
prices of them. Ilere you will find
I many other beautiful things besides
j these; such as Cake Baskets, Berry
! Bowls, Syrup Pitchers, Water Pitchj
ers, Cologne Sets, Pickle Castors,
j Vases, Goblets, Cups, Etc.
Ilere you can get a Call Bell, a Soup
j Ladle, a Water Bffppeivor extra cruets
j for castors, all in Silver or Silverplate.
COKS'OE & CHANDLER.
| SEPTEMBER 16
-
PATENT and CHOICE FLOURS,
PEARL GRIST,
ALL GRADES SUGARS AND
COFFEES,
F3^TE FEED AND OATS,
RUBBER BELTING & PACKING.
! WAGON BREECHING, LINES.
I PnTT.ARS. BRIDLE? AND
WHIPS, and a LARGE
STOCK OF
11 B5J013-Y HARNESS.
:; Common Box Coffee Mills. Tbe
H Enterprise (all iron) Cotfee and
11 Spice Mills.
> | STONE AND HOLLOW WARE.
m The W:hite Hickorv One Horse
:*.l WAGON.
-1 Kentucky Pad and Spring Seut
[ j SADDLE.
Call on me for anything needed on
the farm, outside of dry goo Is and
shoes, and you Tvill get cvgpod article
at a reasonable price.
> J. II. CUM3H3T45S.
. OF THE CHOICEST SELECTION
ARRIVING DAILY.
" CONSISTING IX PART OF
- FLOUR,-, made by patent process.
SUGARS, of all grades, andCOFFEES,
green and roasted.
BAGGING AND TIES.
- ONE BARREL COTTON SEED OIL
lyr uuu&ing pui ^UOQOI
; NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES AND
SYRUPS of all grades.
FIVE TONS FINE FEED-SPLENs
DID FMILCII COWS.
s
THE FARMERS' FRIEND TURN
r PLOW, SIZES FROM ONE TO
y THREE IIORSE.
r CALL. EARLY" AND PURCHASE.
' D. K. FLETOKEUf.
r !
s
s Pi-ssenieb Djpabtmest C. C. & A. R. It.
>_ Columbia, August 26th, 1882.
* 'n~>HEsaleof three-days Station Excur1.
sion Tickets has been resi med on
the Charlotte. Columbia & Augusta Railroad.
and said tickets- can now be procured
from and to all points, where tick*
ets are sold, along, the line of said road,
on any day ol'the week, at a spccial rate
l" of three cents per mile, each way for the
round trip, good to return in three days,
date of sale included.
*" __ D.. CAR DWELL,
Aug A. *jr. r. A.
BARBER SHOP.
rriHE undersigned would respectfully
JL inform the public tbatbe is still to,
be> found on Congress Street, opposite Dr.
Aiken's Drugstore, with bis sbop neatly
t- arranged and 6lied with tbe most recent
e comforts in bis line. All wbo may feel
? > "> x- 1. - J
7rn inclined to ue rcircauru cmi?i uu^iuicu vj
<1 tiie latest style of hair cutting, shaving
h and Shampooing, are cordially invited to
call, and they will be cheerfully and
promptly waited upon by
?. t\ CALDWELL.
FORSALE J
"W A TkUT"
Tennessee ani Avery
WAGONS.
i
Al/iO IS STOKE,
SADDLES, BRIDLES,
HARNESS,
3AC0N, MEAL, '
CORN,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
SHOES.
T-'CTYrr'T\TT,\rTS 7?rVR f!ASTT
it. g. ?esportes. j
Mch 16
?IS? j
ALL WIS ASSZ!! '
WE HATE xow RECEIVED OUE j
Fall Stock
and are ready fob inspection.
EVERY DEPARTMENT OF 0"SR ]
STORE 13 FULL AND COMPLETE,
AND WE ARE
DETERMINED TO
MEET the MARKET
IN EVERYTHING! J
AS WE GUARANTEE BOTH ]
3P2?? $/? A3TO GOOBS ]
We hope all parties will call and
examine our Stock before pnrchas- 1
ing. We think we can show a line
of gsods as complete, as pretty and
as cheap as were EVER OFFERED 1
IN THIS MARKET. 3
McMASTER, BRJCE& KETCHIX.
"ffiiiiE dim r
1 is*Ja* PILL i
We are not opening- the largest
stock EVER offered in the Boro,
but certainly a little larger than
J. M. BEATY & CO. '
have opened before, and we think a
better selection.
COME AND SEEAS7T
HTTP !>RTf!F,S 1
We call especial attention to. our <
Dress. Goods, Dress Trimmings.
Handkerchiefs, Ladies'. Missses' and
Ask tor articles noT mentioned. ~~
Eemember J
ZIEGLER BEOS. SHOES J
and BAY STATE- SHOES. .
WARNING TO SOUJfCF SEX. '
Do not buy until you see our '
Nobby Suits, Latest Style Hats and
fine Shoes, baud or machine sewed. '
J. M. BEATY & CO. I
FRESH SIM
Lam daily in receipt of additions to
my STOCK, and iu a few days all my
lines will be full.
I have added to my stock a full line
of STAPLE DRY GOODS, and will 1
receive in a few days a large stock of
Boots and Shoes.
XOW I3T STOCK r
ARROW TIES,
BAGOING, 2? lbs. to* yard,
BAGGING, 2 lbs. to 3ard,
BAGGING TWINE.
}JY GROCERY DEPARTMENT
"Will be kept up with he best goods
the markets of the country can furnish.
A large stock now on the road.
CASH BUl'JEUS
Will do well to will on me. All my
GOODS- will be marked in PLAIN
FIGURES, from which there will be no
DEVIATION.
II. M. HUEY.
CONSTANT
WILL MAKE4 COTTON DIRTY'
AND TRASHY. IF YOU WANT
THE TOP of-THE MARKET'FOR
DIRTY COTTON, BUY
THE CLABHS
SBEB-CQTfOA CLEMEB.
THE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOE
XE E' CELEBRATED
A V Jfft m
?AND?
THomas Harrow.
GITE US YOUR ORDERS AT
ONCZ.
J. M. ELLIOTT,
Sept 19-3m
FOK SAiiE.
ANEW supply of the Celebrated
STUBEBAKEB WAGONS for sale.
W. E. DOTZ &C0.
. Sep 2-tx2?.
0-?O?? 0?o
ARE BOUND TO TEL
AjYD FMIEjYDS MADE UNDE1
STANCES STICK to ME and .
>o: ;
THOSE WHO BUT OF Slfi COilE AGA
NEIGHBORS WITH TEEM. MY TRADE I
r-NT/> WTk T tJTXTDAC w \TryT^?7VT,V TO
LUUj XXiLIJLS -L i. iiV? *v
DEPUTATION WITH THEM, BUGhMBS??
PLACE BEFORE THE PUBLIC ONE 01
HANDSOMEST STOCKS OF
3asY OOiiBS
AND THE BEST AND MOST HELL
BOOTS AND
CN ALL VARIETIES EVER BROUGHT Tb
300 DS I GUARANTEE TO BE EXACT.
rHEM.
\'0 SHODDY Git ATJCTIOX STIFF IX jfi
F#R VARIETY, FOR BEAUTY,- FOR
S'OT HATE A RIVAL! THANKING TH
PATRONAGE, I EXTEND A CORDIAL INT
LLL T0: COME AND SEE ME BEFORE TO
MY POLITE AND WELL-KNOWN SAI
L. LANDECKEF, F. E. PROPST and J. K. G
SEADY TO-WELCOME- AND SEBVE YOU
J- GTxOl
r. P. CALDWELL.
If ST8E I
We are now opening in the building formerly
lew and attractive stock of FALL GOODS, to wL
mention of the public. Our stock consists of
BUY GOODi
Dress Good?, Prints, Plaids, Bleachings, Flan
Yif?etfr?s T?fr>_ "Vntinns. Nosierv. Gloves^ Ladies' T;
silk Handkerchiefs, and everything you want. W
)ar stock- of CORSETS,- which for quality and fini
,CT/O'FHT^VCt ANT)
All qualities anct styles, lYour conimop to best
nere suits, mediumaud fine?anything you-wantfti
jail special attention to our stock of^sobby Batsy;
is can be found anywhere. A full stock of ail-kki
juality.'
BOOTS'AXD SHOE3*in great variety, men's
A-iiv quaiity and any style you want. We guaran
;vill make good any failure to come up to guarantf
Trunks and Satchels, Crockery and Glasswar
Wood ware and Tinware. See the Household Sett
TVe have used every effort to buy good goods
?ve will be able to seli them as-cheap as the cheape
public patronage, and promise a just return for ev
our friends and the public generally we extend au
ble to show goods. Respectfully,PA
1 TiWVIT &: T
V/HLii/ I T JUJUU V.V x
August 31
Grill Bllil OfH
iaifaii
AT M. L. KII
OVERCOATS INF ALL STYLES. MEN'S YOL
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS" A$
Gexts' FINE SILOES, SOFT and STIFF HATS <
Exr" When von arc in the city you are invited tc
of CLOTHING. All orders addressed to my can
M. L. KEN A \
OPPOSITE GRA3
M Ffinrtii Aii
?OF THEAGRICULTURAL,
HOBTTCULTURA1
ASSOCIATION OF CHESTER, YC
AND LANCASTER COT]
' WILL BE HELD AT CHESTER, S
TTTES&A F. WEDNESDAY, THURS1
OCTOBER 17, 18, 19 A
GATE OPENS TUESDAY AT 11 O'CLOCK, A.
EACH SUCCEEDING D
<3r&,j^lSET> UX\
Embracing: every Article of Household'and-Mech
as all Agricultural Products, Implements and Ala<
$2;OOO IK- IPIR/IEIk
ANNUAL ORATION WERNES DACT AT
SENATOR C. BUI
Colonel A. P. BUTLER, State Commissionepc
address the Association on Fish Cu-ture.
A FIRST-CLASS BAND OF ItfUSIC will ?
Grounds are beautifully located and well suppliec
Ample accommodations for all visitors.
Trotting, Driving, Horsemanship and Bicycle R
SPECIAL ZlSTO
Exhibitors are urged to furnish thr--Secretary, befoi
posed entries, pedigrees, certiticates, statements, etc.,
wish to contend for.
No entri'.*sadmitted after 6-o'cloc's, p. m., October li
entered till 10 o'clock* October 17th.
Articles not mentioned in premiuirrlist may ei
upon approval by Board of Directors.
No exhibits allowed to be removed until the close c
All accommodations and care for stock without ch
grounds at Chester market prices.
Let the associate counties vie with-each other ii
exhibits..
The Board will spare neither time, trouble, nc
1882 the-.finest ever, held by the Association.
Ut AUJU!
Adults,. oO cents;. children under twelve, 25 c
one-horse vehicle, 50 ccnLstwo-horse vehicle, 7
son).-tw.o-horse, $9; public vehicle, (season), one
sou)-,.75 cents ;Totie-horse vehicle (private)* $1.5C
S2.25. Season. Tickets may be procured,, gpod
/luinnrr fur nH
uui w- iv<-V*4 IVI V'^?vv?
B. A., LOVE,
XJtESU>ENTrr SEC
Scp.20x-y?.
-
LIN THE
I SUCH CIRCJJMTALK
FORME. |
IN, AND BRING THEIK '
? STEADILY INCREASE
MAlS?TAIN THIS, MY
25IL THIS SEASON TO
1 THE LAR^fESt ANDL~
NOTIONS
kBLE STOCK Of*
SHOES
THIS TOWN. THESE
LY AS I REPRESENT
tYfiSTABLISHME&& .
ELEGANCE. I SHALLE
PUBLIC FOR PAST"
ITATION TO ONE ANI>
L BUT
T?CW\r A _ TC -R-RnHTM' * HI
JJU)JiJUUU^) XJU T? A/A?V If
ESTER, AKE ALWAYS
lSCHEL, Agent.T.
W. LAUDERDAL5;!ir
nnrme ;ls
ff uuujji),
occupferfbj F. ELDER, sf
iich we respectfallv call the?
nels, Cas?fmeres, Jeans, Dories
and Collaretts, Linen and*
'e call special attention to?
sh cannot be beaten.XT
A Tfl'
feometlungfnice 111 t^asst-*
Geitts-fornbhing Goods. We'
as stylish- and us nice goods
ds from* 25 cents- to- the best
; bovcr, Indies' and children's.
tee every pair we sell, ande,
from common to bespat
$1.00.
and to get them cheap, and":
ist. "Wc solicit a share of the'
ery dollar spent with ns. To*
invitation to call-. No troa-iAUDERDALE.
' |
59
TARD'S. i|
'THS' and BOYS' SUITS.
D XECKWEAR.
of all SHADES and Colors.
?call^and^examine' my stock
j will receive prompt altenIIX
COLUMBIA, S. C. . -M
t\ prvi'T? A r urvnsr.
\ LS ' JJkV AMU*
Fi M
/ AXD MECHAXICTAlL
>RK, FAIRFIELD
XTIES,
OUTH CAROLINA,
?AY AXD FRIDAY,* . T
XD 20.
if. A>'D AT 9 O'CLOCK
AY.
Jr*-L-JX,
anicali Manufacture^ as wfiU
&TU2&&..
ELEVEN O'CLOCKS'* JS
>? Agriculture, is expeeted to
:nlivew- the occasion. * Tb?
I with shade-and. wateiw %
TT r^TT!
:e Fair Week, with a iisi of prt??witji
number of premium they
5th, except stock, which, may b?
hibited, and preiainm awarded'
>f the.Fair.
arge. Forage furnished on
a the quality and quantity ot '\/l
>r money to make the Fair of
ism ._l|g
?nts; saddle horse, 25 cents>
r5 cents; public vehicle, (sea* ^
-horse, $3; saddle horse (seaI;
two-horse vehicle (private),
for one and the same person,
iui

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