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Agricultural Meeting--W. E. Ai
Dancing School--Mons. Berger.
Census of Fairield.
Below we give *Etotal census of
this County as given us by Mr. B. F.
% hite mafes, 0,850
White females, 3,008
B311 oH bma?*
Black females, 714
Total black and white, 19,994
Cotton States NWP.
Mr. Wm. H1. Tutt, President of the
Cotton States Mochanica' and Agri
cultural F-sir Association of Augusta,
has kindly sent us a premium list of
the on* epdgr oiettprpl pir
wlie will ' ejl1 at'u t
ber 31st and foq five days.
.We copy the ful owing extract from
'dur Xbiiion aIs 1 wi be
on a much m tY-hteffi' oIe-1th'n
that601870. We are prepared'with'
th 4Nst arranged and1fi h% lfeautifui
Fa1 grounds in the"MiflltMto ofrer,
visitors and exhibitors all possible in
ducenen a for instruction and dis.
play. Our object is to esttablish our
Association as a Cokton States insti
tution-not coufined-to-any section in
its aims-and for this purpose we are
substautially aided and sustained by
the capitalists, agriculturists and
manufacturers of our section."
Fir*. 10.- a a -
Abodt r2't'cldek oh Thuraday night
laAt'ibVbraakrfiith 'shop of Mi-.- A.
F. G64ti #4'diloOMt o be 'ofi
fire6- Jhe;alabn'wkse gie6n ind-- oer
firemen repsired'.t the aspbt: inime.
diesely sad.uc-eavdbd - id : 69ving the,
building and its contents. The-irei
(ff the fire had bet"Jtbdued,
Mr. Gooding invited te firemen to
partake of refreshments, at the sa.
loon of Ollever & Co., where drink-,
&c., were done up in style, and the
firemen, after. eu labors,
drank with a hearty good will. Long
live Gooding, Oilever and the fire
IIgh' 'ay Surveyors.
ThFollowing is a list. ? ifWay
Surveyors for Fairfield County, ap
po?%et diflfW'AV4 ril Ad* for
To*WtthipNed4- D. -R. "Feenter
2. John .Ddugjt4? 3vr.-, 0. , Calda
well 4. J. P. Cason; 5. J. ). Cure.
ton; 6. Richard Flannigan; 7. W.
J. Davis; 8. W. B. Dunlap ; 9. J.
G. Rabb; 10.4Dr-The....MKinstry ;
11. J. K. Rabb; 12. Rt. F. Martin;
13. HI. M. Zealy.
Speakin of local papers, an ex
change) k .2 y
enhance the value of property ; they
make regulations for peace ; they call
attention to localities ; they benefit
particularly merchants, real estate
owners, and farmers thrice the
amount yearly they pay for their sup
port. There Irflat Tugtat would
do a country, or town, or city, more
harm than to be without a newspaper.
This every sensible man knows. The
local pa er is necessary. You need
et. ~Iv 4ou r omi p9E~ra good ad
ye rlfsin a r d a s e alfe*
Mungq e pM
The annual Jeqp O Althp
tiel .Sundlay Sehee! came off at
Bethel Church on last Saturday. We
arrived at the church about 9 A. M.
.and thei exereie commenced about
10 A. M. The morning addresses
were dyg'l6~gdi INTE~Mbl@@Wf
ton, Blaelessmieg~hisebisha were
ve cr receivedb
ad in every p~sely ,hr were
After di am pi4ag4AUE aueggd
dressed y t~ #9t.M449gerd, Mr.
B. II4oolend~G.Iiee *46 emip
the 0hl otkl g
in the -J
ounty. regardlesaof onomioations.
A41 out 4 .. *4411ei
b, pe, and singe, many
ppy celebrations othe same ind d
Wll bp r
that L"t nihorod
Th e 8
iedeedo lftrai-dog .nott come iery E
a ortly Wse ols fbnai k
c . Corq isred ahe geound t
t9 thM*uaskas -oottowndsia dying 4n (
I an ypleee from+1e vwant of rain.
It is seldom> that cheapnesa is asso- ,a
clatewjRI 'od rn uo: vaeb us
we m1Ir gggSpAggA
of Peter'i Musical -Nouthil. This
valuak X ogO~ l6a e -r 3
eech gi5:A o9or8oiog. Witbh choice
now 9dI'c. :d4 hfte pI64,S ia'
every ntumbe t 36
Ood Bells forh amrg604acns
Volu7r".'egaU.wih, the, July
pumbeqetatselie blitd'i Offr. tog
send tW46 o+i i1 a4 g u
for 596I . Adress J L4 Peterep-t
aripito ffiteopenedat fAls oi6e.
TO Te3 Oqm 9e's.u Ae..'' a
pIrsoNodV V :IUc the ingenioti' l a
o ver the I'dk at''
14 84 4th 5th 6th -t
l % 16 89
.& tu 5 6 17 33
8 6 -,6 10 18 34
7 ..7 ,7 11 19- 85 0
9 10 12 12 20 36
11 11. 13 13 21 37
13 14 14 14 22 38
15 15 15 15 23 39
17 18 '20 24 '24 40
49 19 21 O 125 41,
21 22 ..22 0 20 42
23 27 48
25 SA, 8 28 '44
27 W 29 29 29 45
29 "30 30 30 30 460
31 31 31 31 01 47
33 34 36 40 48 48
35 35 '37 41 -49 49 -
37-, -38 38 42 -50 50
39,. 39- 39 43 51 81
41 -42: 44 44 62 52
43 4b 45 45 53 53 A
45 46 46 46 54 54 I
47 47 47 47 55 55 it
49 1 .50 52 56 56 56 '
51 m 41 53 57 57 57
53 " 'p4 54 58 58 58
55 .55 55 59 59 59
57 58 6.0 60 .60 60
59 59 01 61 61 61
61 62 62 62 D2 62 gi
'6'3..63 63 63 63 4
A, if-e - bi
I The Chvleston papirs record the
death Qf the Rev. Christ.opher Philip
Gadsden, in the 46th year of his age.
4'r'aok Webster, donvicted of T
murder wee hung at Anderson on Fri
Eight colored mnen publish a cardA
in~ th e Newberry Herald, annoncing -
theInntention~ to leav, the Radical
The'Union Times says. that a corn
*ay a boend me in Liiurens to
e p hi tonerat vesources of thtt
cduntyv ". *16 "1is supposed 'that the
Nyrthe'yortlen of' Larens abounds
The peop460 6 Charlest'on are suf
It'ispid thaat it pisce of paper rsp-.
idly~hwe.1iill stop bleeding at the
nee. -A. physician says that plaoing~
a ,Mgroflof pappre nnelin above the
froatteeth, under the upper lip, and
9t/. M$ e pamp will, arrest r
-bleeding from she noaepehbeoking the -
'pesage ..f the blood through ti a c
ries leading to thetwde.'
e T* p 9 pd. corn crops iv., this
sec~tion, sals the Columbia Union,'
are be~Ib!g to suffer for the *ent
i~o a 4M s 1E' :4~ettm
in th 9lb * faillest thqi
over ' "iningp
Wate wa. ire p etersqse ind.
son se~. el ug ,gf e ;Work
ane esson. We w1.hte Awer ese
Tro~ k ucs in their noble
werk piig ' a i ad cheap
tr elate ~f.oger
Ire amy ksto the
WInn .JoB e 06N,
themntepruesevabien .of mny ,pr.
?s (rao'tese.w u ,*m
The PhreW tlfI'idh comes
us with the "Augttt niimbbt, tich
rsdeu: with good reading, John
'yndallathe eminent - chbmist ; Un.
e4Surap , or tbs. Wpripg of IUni.
ersal Law ; Spiritual Presence ; The
legg r, sad the 1bankqr ; Miss Kats
tanton.; Dirty Children t The Ner.
og and the Paralysed ; Street
ights in Chin, with original "Coles
lal 4igne ; the Getmhan School Bys.
sm-what it is; the Chinese Labor
luebtion, or a new Ouesng of an old
;Convlestion and its Uses )
Lre we True to Ourselves? Our
eat President; a Good Wife ; Hotel
:ife in California ; the Judgment of
tan ; at Picture in Two Lights ; the
autiful Sunshine, a new Poem af.
Dr style of "Beautiful Snow." Price
0 cents. $3 a year. Address S. R.
Vells, publisher, 389 Broadway, New
To Prepurc hinseed Tea.
Put a couple of handsful of the
ied into a buanket, and and pour a
alloon and a half of boiling water
p on it, Cover it up a shurt time,
be add a couple of quarts of cold
ater, when it will be fit for uso.
The people of Key West, Florida,
llowtheir preachers thirty minutes
I eao. sermpn. Sometimes, when
to man, who holds the watol goes to
eep, they preach a few ninutes long.
r, buit the regular schedule time is
Great Britain last year consumed
orty-two nilliona pounds of tobacco,
r a pound and a half for each one of
To attract travel Westward the an.
ouncensent ii made of the discovery
r a like of soda water on the Pacifio
Agricultural Nof ee.
'hE second regular meeting of the Fair
Sfield- Agi icultural and Mechanical So.
ely will be held on Thursday' next, the
I inst., members are requested to attend.
W. R. AIKEN,
aug 1-$141 Seo.
LAUI0E supply of Fresh Turnip. Ieed,
I juht. elyd. AlsqTprpcrtlsne, Putr,
f hlte Le41.jrlai an' oking - obacco,
len.Chat6n Yarn,Brown Ilofnespun. Books,
ledicines.'Ilardwsre, goes.:- Alve alarg
t of Ladies Dress Gofds, which will be
,ld low for the cash. '. %
July 2 4 icA8Tt& 3RIhQ1.
OTic(di ,hreb given that the late
I rm( iuff,. oud 4 Ir, was d is
>lved h6 e .1th Inst , by the dAath of
. .Cl ostE.of the partners, on the
1 of 'fu st., wwil oontinue the
asiness r & .Arma name of Ruff &
loud. A. FI. IUFF.
AS'T 8ession.. AoNs. GEOBIL'S last
a session will commence on Mlanday, the
h of August, but a sessIon for new begin
ers will commence on Tuesday., the let of
ugust. Apply at Brown's liotul.
!Esubscribers are rselin~gsamu
ly laig&stoch Mt
Ladies Drea Good.,
Gloves and Hoelery,
H~obis 'Fartishing Goods,
H~a't; siioes, &e.,
To which they invite a ctwparlson
ith Columbia prices. .
Booksi &o., &b.
XeXASTER h BRICE.
3. 1. IWUARLEY.
Iafera the Olisen of Winusboro that
Ionow prgpered to furnIsh all kInds of
aol 8.uter Arnk's from Ice l~emonade
to a'Chamapaiga cok Teil, &o., persons
PAMiare fde'ibtafde er'umall quantities'
any time. .
been's a. M se.S*.-m
MoIntyre & Cops.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY oF FAIRFIELD,
COURT OF PROBATE.
P illLL(P C. BROOM*, Elisa A. flinghe,
vs. Austin D. Arledge. Mary E. Nelson
anti her husuand James Nels9n, Willis D.
Arledge. Williann Arledge, Jr., At Ila Ar.
ledge, James Lowe, Oscar Lowe. Cook
Lowe, Thomas R. Oladney, Janie C.
Hughes and her husband Isnac I ughes,
Laura I. astiles, 0. Cook Cast les, Harriet
C. Castles, James A. Broom. William Ar.
ledge. Sr., Susan Arledge, John Arledge,
Jr., James Arledge, Mary Arledge and Sal
Summons for Partition of Real
To the above named Defendants in this
Action : You are hereby summoned and re.
quired to answer the petition in this Re.
lion, which is filed in the office of the
Judge of Probate for the Oounty and State
aforesaid, and serve a copy of your answer
on the subsotibers at their office, in the
town of Winnsboro, ini said State, within
twenty days after the service of the Sum
mono on you, exclusive of the day of ser
vice. and if you fail to answer lie Petition
within i time aforesaid, the Petitioners
will apply to the Court of Probate of the
County aforesaid, for the relief demanded.
Witness, William M. Nelson, Esquire,
Judge of Probate in and for said County,
this the 6th day of July A. D. 1871.
MoCANTS & DOUGLASS,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
W. M NELSON, (L. S.]
Judge of Probate.
To the Defendants Austin D. Arledge,
James Lowe, Oscar Lowe, Cook Lowe.
Thomas It. Giladney, Janle C. Hughes,
and oer husband Isao lughes, James A.
Broom. William Arledge, Sr., Susnn Ar.
ledge, John Arledge, Jr., James Arhedge,
Mary Arledge, ,nd Saille Arledge:
Take notice that the Summons and Pt I i.
tion in this ease were filed in the offlee of
the Judge of I robate, for the County of
Fairfield and State of South Carolina, on
the 6th day of July. A. D. 1871.
MaCANTS & DOUGLASS,
Attorneys for Petitioners,
July 8--tlawowx Winnsboro, 8. 0.
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, -&c.
P. P. T OA.I.L ED.
Manufacturer and Dealer,
No. 20 flayne, Street and Ilortbeck'a Wharf,
CH AltLESTON, S. C.
5&- This is the largest and most corn
piete factory of the kind in the Southern
States, and nll art icles in this line can be
furnishetd ty Mr. P P'. Toale at prices
which defy competition
8&- A pamphlet. with fiti and detaIled
list of all sises of D~oore, Fashes nd Blinds,
anid the prices of each, will be sent free
and post paid, en application to
P. P TOALE,
July 11-y Charleston. R. C.
The Undersigned Bkgs to Inform
the Planters of Fairfield,
That he Is Agent foreale of the following
Fertl'asere, which he now has in store, and
ist ready to furnish them at the manufae
turer's prlcea,with the freight ad drayage
added. Call anad get circular.
-Production Tnereased n'om I to
300 per cent. by their use.
100 Tons Carolina.
26 " 8oluble Pacific.
8 " Baughs Itaw lione.
10 " ZellasSuperphosphat.e,
8 " Magnut Dohum.
8 " Atlantie Phosphate.
' " . Maryland Amnonated.
6 " Cotton Fool.
1 ' South Sea.
Compound Acid Phosphate for mixIng
wtth f'ot te on ed.
Cotton taken in esohange for some
of them,, deliefed slev.tfall.
JOiHN HI. CAl'HCART.
EJs t' RECEIVD.
A 'ONSIGNMENqT of Cotton Need Meal,
fresh from the Mill at Columble, This
Meal Is highly recomanended as tood fer'
ell inads of uteek, especially fer Nilqk
.t W Ewil purchase Cotton Used at -- ets.
ask &)41witea smnSsai
WOODWARD & LAWa
NOT lntendingto erry over unil next
season, atny of our prevent stock of Spring
and Summer Goods, we now oter lie fol.
At Cost For Cash, Viz:
Forty Piece Leno, Moxambiqtte and Ja.
panese, several White and Colored Piquet,
one Piece Buff Dress Linen, an assortment
of ladies and Misses Lyle Gloves, one
dozen pair Ladies Kit Gloves, afne assort
ment of Genis Felt Hats.
Our stock of Shoes ha recently been im
proved and we can now offer somet'ing
cheaper In Ladies and Misses fine work
than ever before known in the market.
A supply of one and two Quart Fruit
Jars of the best kind on hand.
We have the best Sug r Cured Hams,
Best lreakfast Bacon, Gun Powder and
English Breakfast Tea, Lard in Tin Buck
Remember we continue our CASi SYS
TEM and will always effor our customers
the lowest prices that a atrict adherene to
it will afford.
S. S. WOLFE
EDITATING a change in the business
i by the f.-st of September, offers their
large and varied ktook, at such low prices.
as will astonich the most skeptical, only
come nrepared with the CASH, and you
will be able to get goods regardless of the
cost. The stock is large, and composed of
everything usually kept by this establish.
Dry Goods, Foreign and romestie,
Clothing for Mei's Wear,
lats, all styles,
Boots and Shoes,
I'iece Goods of Woolen,
Linen sad Cotton.
Give me a cnll before spending your eash
and be convinced that. at WOLFW'B you
can get the best goods for the lowest Price.
Dry Good8, &0,,
On liand and to Arrive.
40,00)0 Lbs. Prime Bacon Sides anid
10t0 Ilbi. Louisville and N. C. Flour, all
1,000 lBushels Corn.
10 Ilbls. N. Meclassus.
4 ilbts. Syrtip.
r) hlhde. W. I. Molasses,
l5 Dags of Coffee.
Barels and hlatlf Ba-rela Mackerel,
Tea, Soap, Tobacco, Salt, Iron, T1race
Chains. P'lows and Plow Steel, lioes, White
Lead, Rope, Shtoes, Osnaburge, Striped and
Plain, Shirtamg, and Heavy Plam tation
Goods, with. varied other articles on hanad
andl will be sold as low for eash as the like
articles can be furnished by any other
Parties wanttng any of the above, will
find it to their Interest to call and examine
my stock before purchasing.
,JOIIN HI. CATIH'ART.
TH E GREAT FRENCI RElIEDY.
Dslamarre's Speolfto Pills,
Prepared by UAnANCtKns & -DUPOwr, No.
214 Rue Lembard, Paris, and highly
recommended by the entire Medi
cal Faculty of France,
Are the very best Remedy in all cases of
Rpermaterrhesa or Seminal Weaknes;
Nightly, Daily or I remature Emissions:
Sexual Weakness or Impoteney ; Weaknes
arising from Senret H Abits andS exual Ex
cesses; Relaxation of the GenItal Organs;
Weak Spins ; "Lime" or "Brick dutst" de.
posits In the Urine; "Milky Disucharges,"
&o., and all the ghastly train of Symptoms
arising from Overuse or Eaeesses.
They cure when all other remediel fail.
Futi direet-ons in every box.
P'rice $1 per Boa, or 6 Boxes for $6.
Sold by tihe principal Drtiggists, or will
be sent by mail, securely senled from alt
observetion, by enclosing price to the Sole
General A getit for.Ameies, JOjI MOSES,
18 Cortlandt 8t., lew York. Pamphlets of
advice sent free to any addr. as.
Bryan's Pulhnonic Wafers
are unfailing in the cnre of Coutchs. C'oldu,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Thtroat, Hoarse.
ness, D~ifficult Breathing, Itueiphent Con.
mumptiin and 1)1 eases of the Ltnge. They
have i.e taste of fiedicine, and any, chilai
yrill take them Th. usaitis have 'been to.
itored to health, that. had before despatired.
Testimsony give:' in-hundreds of cases. A
single dose relieves eIn 'l eo Minutec. Ask
for BBYA.TO PULMONIC WAPERS.
I Mnow prepared to do work In
the leet said bet styles. st
oris elways v'arrnted., There
is no necessity to go out of town to have
work done as I can make as good BOO~"er
BEON a; ;ayh,r. Oej.. auto ..
A Car load of Choice White Corn
50 Sacks Now Family Flour, Whit<
and Smoked C. R. Bucon, Meal and
Hominy, constaitly on hand, receiv.
ed twice a week from Mr. Creight's
Mill, at the same price as Corn.
D. R. Flenniken.
Poor Man's Family Bi (era
. Fluid Exract Cnnnabis Indi.
cue. Pure (il homon, Lemon
and Raspberry myrups, Lao
H tic Acid, Best Coal Oil, Pure
Sherry and Port Wine, for
Medicinal Purposes, Mor.
phine and Quinine, at Low
J Prices, Liebig's Ext, Beef,
Paleucto Starch, ilance's
Eesence Ginger, Compound Syrup of Phos
p hates or Chemical Food. Chlorate of
'otash Losenges for Croup, &c.
July 25 Drug Store.
Three carloads of Prime Corn,
Seventy-five barrels Super, Extra and
Family Flour, Five bairels Kiln
Dried Bolted Meal.
Hay, Oats, Fodder, Shucks, Bacon
Molasses, Coffees, Teas, Soap, Can.
dies, Mackerel and Nails.
A large assortment of Plantatior
Boots and Shoes.
B.A.0CT & 00.
WE have opened a beautiful assorlmenl
of Prints, Jaconets, Muslins, Lawns, Ba.
rages, Piques, Orcedines and oilher Dres:
Goods. Also a general steok of Wite
Good.. The attention of ladle. is called t<
A full stook of Spring Clot hing
The newest style. of late, &e.
We try to keep Ihe best stook of Bhoea
that thisi market will afor.i. You can gen
eral'y get. anything you waat in tihe Slhce
Line from us. Every 8hos warranted free
from wood andl paper.
A eall soliolted.
LADD, BROS. & Co.
WINES AND LIQUORS I
A LARGE ASSORTflENT
E. W. OLLEVER & CO0'1
AT WhITE'S BAKERY
ANOTIJEft fre-h supply of plain and fan.
Al ey (and les, Oranges Cocoanute, 1*eean,
Brasil, ad IJasel Nut.., English Walnut.,
Atasmed, Braddi Peeb.s, ysers, *4o.
B. F. DAVIDSON & 00.
Sell their Entire Stock of Goods
By the first day of
gC ) Call and see them at once.
~ :EU ?1M " 4P
having recently purchas
oil the Blacksmith Shop
formerly owned by Mr. W. 11. Duva-i
now p'repared to do all kinds of Repairing,
llorso Shoeing, k&., in the neatest and
best style. A. F. GOODING,
apI 12 Proprieter.
A LOT of Crockery and Gaiss Ware. Just
june 22 Mcl'qTYIE & CO'S.
2O 1 IIDS. Dacon Sides at 9j to 11 eeate
per pound at
june6 J. R. CATUGARi
THAN THE CHEAPEST.
No Humbuging t
Everything as Represented.
MRS.11 SAW has returned from
purchasing the third supply this sea.
sen of Millinery and Ladies Dress
Goods, which is one of the cheapest,
most complete and fashionable stocks
ever offered in this market, all of
which will be sold low for the Cash,
at F. ELDER.
Always on Hand.
A complete stock of Gents Ready
Made Clothing, Furnishing Goods
and Piece Goods in great variety,
Boots and Shoes, Ladies and Misses
Gaiters and Slippers, which eannot be
surpassed for cheapness and quality
at F. ELDERI'S.
Groceries and Provisions.
25 hushels Cow Pea!, Cornfield
Seed Beans Canned Fruit, Pickles,
Brandy Peaches, Cherry JRounce, Con..
feetiontarics, &c., all of whieh will be
sold cheap for cash and cash only at
WROCIERIES and PROVISIONS,
,Always on hand at lowest cash
The most improved Self-Sealing
Patent Fruit Jlars, for sale low for the
cash at F. ELDER'S.
All we ask is a call, and examine
our stock before buying and satisfy
yourselves as to the cheapness and
quality, for he is determined not to
be undier sold by any one.
June 1 r . ELDER.
BR ANCH, SCOTT & CO.,
A UGUS7'A, GA.,
AOENTS FOlR MARYIAND SPAM
BlUGA R RRFINERi Y, proprietors of A4X.
CELS8IOR FI,O WEllING NIL LW, Can
furnish all grados of Fresh Ground Plour
rn barrels or saoks. Also prepared to exe
cute orders ror Corn, Dlacor, Oats and any.
thing that, pertain te P'roduce Blusiness, at
the lowest. uarket, rates. We of'er extra
Inducements to country merelhants in fur
nishing. Standard reflned; Sugar at the
P'rice Cost to lay dosen Ihere. Merchants
would do well to send for price list.
SI RESPIECTPtJfLLY is
form the citizens of
aiboro and Fairfield Dlgtriet, thait I
have at full assortraent of Watches, Jewelry,
Clookts, Spectacle., &c., always on hand,
anti will sell at the lewest prices, and would
reajpecifully ask the coatnimancee of the
pat rena ge of my old friends and eustomers,
All goods warranted as represened. I ais
' 'epared to do all kindl of Wateh and Jew.
eiry work and have always a good itoek aft
materIal on hand, and will guarantee satli.
faction. All work warratnted.
( H$A ItijiS Mh1Lf. R,
Sedonad door front Vol. Ron's OEe.
Hams1 H ams ! lhams !