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Jtea' Notices of W. B Peae.
See Masonic Meeting.
Tidings have reached 'us 'f the
.death of. Maud, 0 little .dughter of
Rev. S. P. H. 11woll of Ridgeway,
on Wednesday of diptheria.
We were shown a few days ago
'some of the finest tomatoes we llave
over seen. Four of them weighed
three pounds and a quarter. They
'Were grown by Mrs. J. S. Phillips, of
Charlote, N. C.
Henry Murphy and Claib Smith
had aquar:el in town yesterday, re
sulting'in the former inflicting a out
6f everal inches on the cheek of the
latter. The out was not serious.
Dr. Ladd sewed up the wound.
On Friday last one hundred and
fifty ba,.es of iast years' cotton Wei 0
4sold at Blackstock at prices ranging
- from 16:i to 17 cents. Messrs. Don.
Yld Ma.-aulcy and 1lliott & Co., of
this place were the biyers.
vold Water Templard.
All children ranging between the
ages of 7 and 15 years, will call and
.make application to P. HT. .bannen..
burg, or Rev. J. S. Connor, to organize
Lodge No. I of this District.
Now that the busy soasol is over,
wve hojo the Pown Coinoil will en.
force the orlinano'orelat'ing to work
ing the stree'ts. With the ta'xes thus
due, the streets can be put in flne 'rddr
before the winter rains.
We call attention to the advertise.
'ment of this Hotel in another column
the "Columbia" is a first class hotel,
'and conveniently located for all the
main places of business in the 'city.
It his already an extensive patron kge
land since the reduction in fare, will
do-an increased business.
. 'Mr. F.-Gerig, who has been on a
(%visi'tin 'Derinany for some months, is
on his return. He left Bremei a few
'days 'alnce. We presume he will
bringk full reports of t'he Vienna Ex.
position, and of affairs generally in
Jas. R. Aiken, Esq., leaves to-ay
'for.the White Sulphur Springs, Vir
Mr. .as. H. Smith, former pro'prie
bor o'f tlie Lincointon (N. C.) Progress
arrived in t'6(4n yesterday. He. has
been ini feeble healtih for somne time,
and for this reason was compelled to
'dispose of his interest in the Progress
to Mr. Monroe Seigle, his partner.
\Ve trust that our salubrious climate
ill restotrhi to health.
Mr. R. J. McCarley an'd family
hlave returbed froi Clevelan d Springs.
Mh. McCarleys health ib gr'eatly im
proved. He is no lo'nger the ar
shadow that l'eft Winbofo 'under
his natdi.. We breauwb big 1-a d r'E
covery is due in no small degree to '&
judicious use of the pure North Care.
hina extract of white corn, ie tells
us of our young friend Jno. J. Neil,
who is Ass wvell as might be expcctedZ.
Deaths from Diptheria.
On Wed nesday last little ,Maud 1l..
*ell, daiigliter of Rev. 8. P. HI. El
iGell, died of diptherja at Ridgeway.
We have just heard the sad tidings of
the death of another daughter of Mr.
. Elwell on Sunday of the same die.
ease. This is a crushing blow to tho
lersaved parents, arid we tender them
- ur warmest sympathies..
, We exceedingly regret to have to
'chronicle the fact ?hat tlio b'ulloon'ash
cension expected Thursday afternoon
*ea a failure. Prof. Dannonbur~ and
his corps of able and expert assis ants,
bearing "The Champion," came on
thoe ind in due tinie, anil at oneb
proceeded to inflate the air-shsip, but
owing to circumstanees over whifoh
they had no control, the supply of gas
was inndequate to the demand, and
the balloon did not asuind.
.Prof. D). desires to assure tho pub..
.lo that it failed thron~gh no fault of
his, and begs to announce his inten
tion to "t ry, trf again.''
A fine bull dog belonging to agon
?leman in this County recently com-.
thitted suicide by hanging. It was
chained to a post. The morning be
(ore its death it was d'iscovered hang
ing over a fence by the chain and was
found dead, baving wound the chain
under and over, a box. Its hind
logs were resting on the ground.
Should this be proven an intentional
suicide it will establish the faots that
eveu dogs aro subject to attacks of
emotional insanity, and will furnish
another proof of Darwin's theory of
evolution-that animals are coutin
ually endcavoring to elevaie them'
Another Strange Death.
Another colored child about si
yeais old died suddenly a few day
ago in the Cuunty. Coroner Itufl
held an inquest. it acem's that v
colored wo-man was sick and employ
ed the girl to take charge of hier in.
fant. The girl on the cvning ierr
red to was fauniing the sick womuan
who fell asleep. W hen she awoke, the
girl was found lying doad on the
floor, Dr. Davis held a post mor
tein ekamination and . decided
that congestion of the brain must
ha'Ve been the cause of death
This is the third colored child who
has recenctly "gone to that bourn<
Notes from Ridreoway.
The new Methodist )ihropa
Church is rapidly approaching cor
The Modoo Base Ball Club is prac
(7'iing regularly. The uniform it
quite showy. The club contain;
some fine players.
Crops, where they have beer
prOpcrly worked are doing well.
A soda fountain has beei put uj
for thirsty Toniplars.
Mr. Richardson is 'rganizing a nev
colored Op era Troupe for a North
Ridgeway boasts of colored trip.
lets, named respectively Shaadrach
Me.,hack and Abednego. Wjth suel
names they will donbtless )ccoe
inured to the heat, and will prov<
valuablo laborers in the cotton
field during t'ho dog days.
The Auditor has opened his book
for the assessint of property.
An exchange says Yiat there ar
three base bawlers in the local churci
choir. One pitches the tune, anothe
plays the short stop on the organ
and the third sings' second bane.
A North Carolina coutemporar
conveys the astounding intelligenc
that a lamb exploded in a hotel a
Concord and came n'eair causing
conflagration. Our contemporary wil
please poet us as to whether the lam1
was the little one that Mary had, an
whit it ato for shipper that causo
this lamb-eatfbfl catastrophe.
A loafer in town says he doesn'
'see why the poet was so much griev
''e bokse"there willibe oec vacan
chair." .Wlienev'er he sees a vacani
chair, it 1s balm to his weary soul
and lhe goes for it instanter.
A fellow in Brooklyn sends Treasi
rern ~inner ten cents for the con
science fund. That man's conscione
.We are grieved to learn from th
N~ew York Herald that trade is dul
The fence around Mit. Zion need
pvtint oi- whitewashv.
Jjemons are not to lielhad in towr
for lo've or money.
Dipthcria has attacked the kitten
and the crdp of felines is diminish in~
'flhe Conncil is calling out hands t
work the streets.
A slight shower yesterday.
The young people had a ploasan
dano~e at the college on Friday'night
Digitherla is abating ig~town.
The exercises of Mit. Zion will be
gi on Mlondaj
Maj. T. WV. Woodwaril has comi
muenced operatioits on a brickuyard
thus affording the Town Counoil ai
opportunity of pi-octiring brick for th
Our sub-local'ifom us that '4
Chimpanzee interviewed a one-eye
Darwfinian with a stick yesterday, an
weeded, himi away like a ftower of th
An effort is making to organize
lodge of Cold Water Temnplars ameni
the children in town.
The Council have had a new easin
pilt around theo town clock. Thb
work was done by lbir. J. W. AMc
W vhe6lbarrows are being used wit]
success by the police in transportin
inebriated individuals to the guar<
Dedication of the A. R. Ohuroh.
The dedication of this Church tool
place on Sunday. The building we
well filled by the members of thi
Congregation and visitors. Rev. RL. A
Ross, of Yorkville who had been irs
vited to officiate, oommenced the cx
croisos at',11 o'clock. After an open
ing prayer, several Verses we
sung from the 102nd Psalm. A see
ond prayer was olThred ; thou the
8th chapter of I Kings, was read
coutainling.Solumon's dedication of the
Temple. The 1st version of the 67th
was then sung ; after which the 8
oficiating minister delivered an im-k
pressive iiormon of lifty ninutes from
1 kings iX. 3d verse.
110 said that this text Ahow:3 three t
things : 1t.. It is a good thing to
Iuild houses to the Lord, '2nd. God
is pleascd with ruch offeringi 0'.
When maede. ii good faith, God ate
Cepts the riffrig aiid hallows tie
house to his own use.
The minister then showed tihe
ncec:-Sity existing for churclhC9. 'le
ideal of God is always proreiit in
mnin; antd wic:kedl man is endkeavoring
ever to get'rid of this idual anld sub.
otitute actual represcItationsol Deity,
in the foriis of bird1s, beasts, images
&. A connteracting influentce is
necena'rf and this is found in the
Church. lie then showcd that the
Church is a governinent, but a naoral
government. Want of space pre
eludes an extended report of the
sormifon, which concluded with the
announcement that the .promise of
God to hallow Ihe house and to be in it
a'warys, dependon the fidclity of his
worshipers. The ininibter then
. deplored in a few remarks the teu
dency of churches to compromise
important doctrines between them
seolves, and of compromiing their
principles iu obedience to the demands
of the world.
A prayer was then offered by the
Rev. Mr. Todd, the'pastor in charge
the 122n1d Psalm was sung and the
The church is a very neat edifice,
and can accommniotato a hrge n1umber
comfortably. It stands on the lot
just opposite the old Chureh, and is an
ornament to the town.
On Thursday, the closing exercises
of Mr. J. T. Rutlodge's school in
a Township No. 6, took place. It was
attended by quito a number of ladies
and gentlemen from the neighbior
hood and from Ridgeway. The cx..
amination of classes consumed con
siderablo time, as the ex.minrtion
was thorough. Dr. Quattlebaum and
Messrs. II. Heins and S. K'2nnedy
were the examining eommni'ttoe, The
scholars acquitted thenisolds quite
'creditably. We were well pleased
with the proficiency of Miss MTcdora
Sligh and Masters IHenry and James
Duke in mathematics. The cxcrcises
concluded with declaniation and tho
reading of original campositions b y
the scho!rs. James Duke, in the
extract from Campbell oil Kosciusko,
SDefence," and James iley in a
'"Sketch of Patrick Uenry," were per
haps the best in this portion of the
Many of the pupils, although tl. 'y
had their pieces well memorized,
spoke in tones too low to be heard by
the audience. This is a fault com
mon to most pupils, and should be
g uaruied against. We wore entertain
ed by a comic dialogec sustained in
turn by Maters T1. 0. Cloud, James
Bailey, HI. L. Duke and IH. T. GladI
After the exercisen had clesel, Mr.
Rutledge in a hiands',me little ad.
dross b~ade farewell to his patrons and
.Mr. F. M. L. Dukq then introdtie
0 ed R. M~eans DavIs, Esq , arnd Col.
Baylis E. 1siklin, respectively, who
addressed the audience upon the in
t portance of education and the dutics
-generally of prceptors, pupils and
-The company wore then dismissed
to partake of a bountiful pic-nic
-spread beneath the troee. Nelssrs.
s E.IKennedy, Wooten, lnailey, lirown
i and Cooper, wore tihe' committee <n
a refreshments. A fter dinner the par
ty dispersed., We are plc ased to find
Sthe people of this township so inter
ested in the cause of education, as
ignorance is a fatal bar to ourprs
perity. Wo tender thanks to our
friends for their hospitality and kind.
We are informed thiit Capt. Homer
12. McGowan, brother of Gen. McG ow
an, and forfour years,Slicitor of thii
7th ircit, iedat Cesa's e:"d on
Monday mnorning last. We are infor
mned that he hadl been suffering with
Sconsumpt ion for some time, of which
disease ho died.~-Pickens &ninl
Bhill Arp dedicates his now book to
"the unarmn'd, unleg'd, un penshinned,
Sunwept, unhonor'd and unsung soljiors
of the Confedrit States so called.
3 'Their unafckted, uncomplainin pa
tionce in po ioe,. so called, is equaled
only by their untarnished and unter
ryfido valor in war."
- Sporting men speak of the Shah as
3 a diamond flubk
We have j'jt receive- itilellipnice
f the death of Nr . Aevy Snipes,
onIonly known as ' Old Gj.Injo
her Suipes. ,he dicd ilbout a month
go at the residence of her soin inl law
4odd Alfordl, in.Ilcait county, (cor
in. Mrs. Snuiipcs was tho mother of
ilio child ren, the trand.other of
inety, and the great grainmother of
wtweel six und ,eveii hundt(d-be.
ng at t1h time of her dea hi, from the
lubt inlforuation that cal lie h1ad, in
ho lo h year of her nyge. She was
.o1n in JohiAson counzty, N. U.-Abi.
Geaeral I' Ito son, t' fh-iSodel pi.,
VII' tIiItIeen cot n ill atd em
.1%3 i,vtr' four thou :11..; opera'ivt:v
O)ITI UA I Y.
Dit:n, .luly 2!00h, nit it u -.1011N
1l"NRYi, intlinil von of, W. L. :qlI.1 1;. 11.
;ureveti, O nd imollii :1, 7d Lt .i)
.A. ca c.
Lo tho Board of Cou:lty Commis
I respeel fully. 1e uet inf1orma%:,n
Vblelher physician a114 akllowVtd by) laIw 14
give orders for liqpurs lfor mile lie:11 pur po1o.
:-'S on houses that are lo li.nIlsl i lo ell
iliors. when there is a it e Ii e 1i4.
,;, 100l keeping the 4 -- t hr:lJS (If
ignlor.< always. Onl hand'. Canl till ifen1st.-I
4I' es fill thIk orlers willout i~frinitig,
ig tie law f Ir so, it. is I I nI1-1I it.; F Way'
nionIey to pui-uihue a lo-ense. Plese
irnisl ine with this informat ion.
aug '5..xlt W 1A .d. 18.
Wiinsboro Lodge, No. 11, A. F. M.
Th re 'a o iby c"'111 .a o
of this lodtge will 1'o hel.1 inl
AN1..nlic (illo 'I bmud-ly 'Lrettiiln
Ie: I. 7th instant, nt 1 '44clck,
By (rdeir of the W. If.
JOlhN 12. 801'l El,
nIg 5.. t re I 1.a'y1 .
C(I-. T' Y (001\ M : 1 'NE:-i, (e.a IY.
F~unrnCot -NrY, A ug!., :21t 187-3
N I L (ive retv " of I the 1'0:. 1 in 'irfill
i 1 Cm fi are oterei-by oh-red t um..
non i. and of th iPe--etv is
viets; to woVk enl tile roads a( least two
lIav r--r, the 15t di Jay of Sepleber
I87:8, ani in default thiercof sI'iil overst-ers
bvii toe i.bI to a ,t ri, acct''iziability. BY
-rr of (lie Board.
WV. D. P E.\10P,
n ug 5-.! l Crk.
11200T AND SHOE
Sqaru. aE t c>r y.
II A V I NG proci i-ed t he
very bes -lechies in
thecotry M eellie inr
rated inll ig a
can fiurniIhz& as Luii l'.i0T'l
or is any Izli Shop
in fhe SF.. . All work
wrat'i itld to give sn lisfactOio. My Shop
is nxdoor to 1. Gerig's Sa-iilery
nar 19 5. 31. GIll RT.
Tiis unriivnllred routher li'hi medyiL.l is
w-Ufnted niot. I' conini oua .single pa-iticle or
.\leuy, or' aniy injnriousa ihieral sub -
staince, but is
PURELY VEG ETA MLE,
contflniinig thtose i-outher n Ioots and llerbs
whtich an all-w i'e I'rovidlenice hias pilnoed int
counztriies whero 1L.ver' Jiseastes mnost
ptrcvail . it wdil cure- all Di .iacs causied
by Deraiingent~ii of lhe LA ier.
Th'le Iyinpioims of l~iver Compillaint. are a
bitter otr hdl Ins:e ini 'he mouith -Patin ini
I he lIack, Shles ori .1 oin.t , unri mist aken
for liheu matismi: S:it S-oac : I ,OSs of
A ppetito ;Ihlwels iltenutely' cot ive and
lax ; lienilachei; In of mem'iiory', withi a
loiuiiful i'n'tion oif haimieiL faijiil io 410
':mii n g wh- ich oii'~iht to hav beenict donte;
De.liilily, l~ow Spirils, ai lhick yellow op.
peran'tco of lthe oni nini I*-es. -ath
(Ceiish ofte: ituis inken fo C.'tonistipinri.
iarolis imany of' Ii: ''s sympijt oms att emi
he dl;'a-i,, atI othecrs very few ;bit thei
II i-, thei, a~rgest organli inth body 10(), isi
gentetnl 013'he sieat ci't*Ihe dl'ilSenond it' inot
H tngulat ed in limn, gr-o:t urin 'ig, wvretch,.
dnlle-s and le-athI wIll ensue.
Thi" Grieau Unfaliline'v Specitic will niol be
fontid the Ileasit t;~ yh..4 iin
JFor D~yspep' in, 'uonsripa1tin, Jnutn 'ice,
Billioniis ni incks. FNekt Heaahe, ('oli.
Srssin of Ypiriits, Surt-Iioah, lI.i'r
0J1303'8 Ll i'll fh iIiI Olt G 1 ilM DI.
31edic no in ir he Worail 1
Ma tn ufacturedc onily by
Mancon, (Ga., and Ph'ilaudelph ia.
Pmilee. $1.00. 5Sahl by all lDruggidts.
I 1lEilPU7l ii'ifyv the fsax-pa ,ers~ of Fair.
hieldl 1oriitiy i i-t I shaill be at. myi oiona
I romi 8 o'cha-ek A. .al., i'o '. o'clock I'. .31.,
'oim the 1l1 t t.ily to Auigust 20i h, I1873,
o r-eceivye re 4ne- f 4omci n- mi a ill no"rrmins
pr'ope . y ior ii :n ii-in of 1 873. A lso till
in1xale 1.0:8 me4 eire-iiil lo imake tots in
umblyi4'u, npp'rove-i 2i0ith Fruariiiy, 1873,
to eniforce.( the peY'ient of h liii' WI1ax and'
ii indefaut or ihe palni3'el of' thi. tax rhuall.
ho .'iub.:ec. In a peii-,lIby of doiible flit
amount ii of t heir 1p.11 lax n i r-equir-ed tio
woik upon oho h ieighwaiy or ron. 4. TIho noi
of ;the General Assembl~y pro";ides for I lie
enses''ment of lil E-s'aie, and' 1o cor
rect s' ae oi< '1- otf Iho A intitor.?4 oflic3 of
er'ors, if ainy exist, au-I to fur-ini. a careO
rul andI coii eclt i- ir of all taxable prop.
mriy in Fairtlibl Couiy ,
Th'ei law --in requhi ies the Couty A udi
tor to atse X all par ts whlo fail to mako
la returnt' of I heir irnl or personaiil property
wvh biin the lime nhove notedl. wilth a pennl.
Ly of 50 per cent, on biotht. The law in this
particular will he rigidly enfor'cd, and all
returns will lie receivedl and assessm-enis
nadeintaccord--ane with law af, the Audi.
or's oflice in Winiusboro, 8. ..
July 1.toxO A. F. C
('OUNTY CONLM[ISSIONE-WR', 0'lP,
WIVNSvoto, S. C., Aug., 2nd, 1W73.
R i111 annunl meIeting. of ithe l'oard of
. County Commir iollers for Fait field
Cutily will take place on tie first Tuis
tiy of Septemiher 1,%7:. All pernis having
elluims ngainetl the ('omny will present
them on or lefore the 1st day of Seplt-n,
Ier, and inl delanl: thivreof id accoint-s
will not be audited at soid annual
WV . 11 EA KlI,
at- 5-4.1 z Clerk Board C. C.
A FlIiSAi SUPPLY.
M 'll ill .ix -' it * in- . I-.a!rly
i liiv-, 01nieb Globe, Ilied Top, ob14in
I:l, I.-ling V4in i v< 1
II-l Yeilow A berdeen.
MYl Ca 1 1le 1, -] ellr wil not fai0
:ill 4al su.pply thln elves witl this
D. TiniliR.C1.o r l.n' 'I .
'il'dB(alle(Id 0to ' , l,' 1 Ibay.
coA 1 , S. c.
TIllI: pro *prietor of' Ihis well.
kn w 't ihl- Iilel Wbi1 ntl..
vpecfull insttu ig nany -friendso
a.tII I he tra.,velin~g pubtfli' genlerlly,1jI ih l h10
has t:i day reduceed his rates f b1-o-1iidi rmi
: I per Jay mo S3 per day, 1id at Ith sa l e
litmte pledig.'s ii iiisil to pare no painsmm in,
the0 tmtltitaagIn el of the hotse I t eastain
is r tion: as at i rFt einis lle0 ill
eve epecV. M. 0 i\ MA N.
I I l--2w 'rTriel or.
0111% 'l IIISTlA N D) N11 )argo saips, i.4 FtillI
.s ihliciently L.\ !G : and V.\ I ED l)I len-:e
the nio4 fitasiidious. WIo have a titno a;.
iIack] Alpeafl Sacks,
Stripv. Molhni'ir Snei.q,
Wh!ite anld Uirni J1,n '.1
W! :1114it Faiy Marseilles Vct*(q,
with va riolu. grades of
in1 ITs 'which are ol'ered at tempting
C .32 SEi| u e
FIeveal styles of lloys Snits are otlercl
N. 1>. Let.every one retionIher that we
are prepre to I have any t; lyle of sihirt.
nudeto oler, atn a perfect It guaranteed.
WOODWAR) & LAW.
Livery and Salc
A. F. G 0 0D I N G,
I'OIm'P WET OR.
I N ~El. eon'?tanlly ott hatBI exten fI'ne
.Ketnmlmk y lorteat and .\lules. l'atrtie
i wtant of goodt iehku will dati well to givbe
1mn conaneelin with miry I. ivery ft able, I
have i'openedci a I 'arrintge, linggy an it Wa"
tn ha cttory. All work nently'1'XCCI excetuu adl
wvarranted.i Gjive t-o a call.
8/t* ""at urd~i
~O WE S PRICI .
ed fbrPrceJ Lt&at.i
I .IHA L L& CO,
' I. anu/befurrs & J)ee.A
Z& 8,70 Afarhet ?trep. *
Thimis tCnt, enteredi necoriu'lgii to Aizr of
C'ongreia, i'm te year ik:. by I ii.
l.r,r&Co., ini ii-e .1he o f the Libhrarian
of ('omngress, at Wiaishinigton,
I wvill alltend ihan follouwnmig Praeinlu. for
1. fueo purpose oif r~r ivili g rinrmi for
liae ye ar i87';.
J'< -imr vi lle,. 21st atnd 22.. of .July,
J)olko, 2?ia h at 'I 20i h of July,.
Rti'lger ny, "I)e ad Sirl t .f July.
Yngneiairvathi, ist A-.ig at..
ihliob -li -a. Anyngo.
.\innmi ie'af, lh of 0 Aiguast.
A Iton 'n hi.
TheI AtoIi t'rs ollice wrill i' opi'ned datiily
Lutil thme 2tih of' A gst. 80
J II I 0O01' ,
i 'iWO 0boarrels Keroseno OIl. The purity to -
I whichl is guoatanteed.
mar I U. OI. I)RSPORT Er & CO.
rphillRI'E andI fivo Gallon' JTira. Ca1l
I early. U 0. DESPORtTIm & CO,
BEATY & R
Are now receiving anal hI.ve in siore,
moug other arlicles in their linc.
700 bushelk prinme Cor:a,
300 Bushels fresh grounid ani boledi
-100 Saccks Granite 'Mills Flour,fra
roni tile mill, all i rn ler,
1.",000 ('lons Molisses, assorl(,d kinds,
110,000 pounds lry Salt -an.1 Hincon C. It.
2 hhlls. Dry Salt fShouldlers.
I lot fine Sugar Cured Ham.,
I Car lend fine Timuthy Ilny.
All oi i ihlii will be no
LO W F OI
jll1. ailenil ofthe IndicS i4 called to
0111 While Onoll. Dep1r ileni. whicb
asg been lar1gely inl( -r .,4-11 1,.-- ill
art of n l.A 1W I' T(n l.
Ph ul n Stripe.-I Viel ria Lawis,
While. 11, l lne -111l 4 Green
T11arlns, Phin an.] 1 elle
JFilk ie &c. .
ni en p no ournlsnla ii n
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