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Notice-Iacot & Co.
Notice-S. B. Clowney.
Ginning Cotton-O. R. Thompson.
Public School-O. R..Thompson.
Fall Goods-Woodward & Law.
New Stook-\Vithers & Diight.
Great Bargains-L-indecker & Co.
Hotel for tent-. II. McMaster.
Boots and Shoes - MeMaster &
Notice of EIlection-J. Woodruff,
Clerk of the Senate.
Electicn Notice-M. 2. Miller,
Chairman U. It. P.
Cakes & Crackers-R. J. McCar
(heese-U. G. DESPORTES &
We call attention to the new ad
vertiseinents this morning by D. It.
Flenniken and Jindecker & Co.
Mr. G. A. White lis received a
supply of fresh lemons. There have
been no'leinois in town for some
Mrs. Robert Iollis of t' Count
died on Tuesday last of onngestion
of the lungs. On tohe same day Mr.
J. M. Elliott'1ost in infant 'Son of
The job printing department of the
Nbws and IIEA..D ofice has been re
1iontly onlarged and improved. Jobs
of all descriptions can be 'printed in
the latest styles, and at the cheapest,
rates. Call and exainine.
"The Governor has appointed P.
C.-Flood, Treasurer of Fai field Coun.
This is a nistake. "Mr. II. A.
Smith is still Treasurer of our Coun
ty. We are well enough satisfied
With his reign, and ha've no banker.
ing after a FMood.
Lt. Gov. I. I[. Cleaves has issued
an order to the managers of election
of F.irfield County to hold a Sena.
torial election on Wednesday the 8th
of Otober next. Hurry up candi
dates; make hay while the sun
shines. And yo po)litical parasites
and leeches, suck your fill. After the
eighth of October ye will get no
square meals an'd fr.ee drinks.
Irregularity of the Mails.
The mails are still very irregulhr.
On Monday not an excha'ge reached
us, the first time that this has haplien.
od. Thursday, the Atlanta Coostitu
tion and Augusta otinstitutionalist
)oth failed to reach us,'one corning
down and one coming up yesterday.
This is very annoyig. The Char
lott Obervr alo filsfretiuentlyv
to reach us. We miiss these valuable
Seone farmers in this County hav'e
sold no cotton in three years. We
know this~ to be the fact, because they
protoised P- pa teir subscriptiohs aa
soon1 as 'they sold '&otton. We 1:ave
not been paid, and as 'our Mrends al
ways keep their premises, ivo know.
that they arc holding cotton for a
"rise." WYe don't believe cotton will
riso this winter; and advino these'
gentlemen to sell out at'once, a'ad in
vest in ne wspa pers.
The days are ge ing cool, and
the merchants have fine assort
monts of Fall goods on hand. Ver'.
All cows and calves wsring bells
congregate arounid College Green and
"Bratton's Grove." lf owners will
remember this fact they can remobve
'the bells end thereby confer a great
f:.vor en citizens living in that local'i
Cotton is ccining in a'. trade is
loeoming lively. Every body in town'
is'gettirIg green backs e'xcept the prin
tors. Like this year's crop of cbtton
'they are rather "seedy."
Several now buildiogi are ap
Thle freight train passes down at
one o'clock, instead of at five, as for
ine'r'y. The ofiango has been muido
The Supreme Court.
Fromnih Union-IIorald we copy
"Trho Supireme Court fhas filetQ a
decision in the ea'so of the South Oaro
lionSociety against Gurney, county
treasurer of Charleston, asto whether
that part of the act of theo Legisla
ture takinig *away . the pgwer of, the
Circuit Courts to issue writs of pro
bibition to restrain the collection of
taxes is aodstitutional. Tno decision
is that it is constitutional, andl, there
fo'o; the cdurts named ..oannot issue
such writs. The opinion was by
Willard, A. J., Chief Justico Moses
The Supreme Court seems to be
hand'in-glove with all the ..asit
of thieving oflicials. For the pas
six months. thy' havo ' incontinenti:
gulped down every measure intendei
to rob the State. We must say it
behalf of Judge Moges that he dis
sents from, meny of the marvelou
law propositions of the Court. H14
has ability and is informid in law
and some of these legal dicta ar<
too absurd for him t,o stomach. W
generally' find Judge Willard deliver
ing the opinion when the decision i
doubtful law. Judge Wright is appa
rently a figure .4ead, or rather a pup
pet worked by Willard. Those two
arcades ambo, always pull together
and coitradit the 'oid 'adage that
"twd eaAds' are 'better than one."
Meeting of the Firi Company.
An oxtra vteeting of the'Piro Com
pany was held on Thursday evening
Thero was quite'-a full . attendance.
*ho meeting was called for the pur
pose of considering the purchaseof a
firo engine. President llacot inform.
ed the company that the directors
and himself had had a conference
with the town council, and'that the
council had decided to commence
'thecotistruction of three cistorns iin.
mediately. lie believed that the
timo had-arrived to purchase the en.
Direotor Fraser from the commiU
tee appointed to consider the pur,.
obase, read a nun)bcr of communica
tions frm the chiefs of the fire do.
partmenfs of 'seieral cities and from
the leading manufacturers. The com
mittee recommended the puroase of
an engine mapufacture .by jRumsey
& Co., Seneca Palls, N. Y. The re
port of the com'nittee was unanimous
ly adopted. Messrs. Rumsey & Co.,
propose to-furnish a Craue Neck Fire
Engine, 7 inch cylinder, 7 inch straps,
folding brakes,~15 feet lr.g, hand
somely mounted and warranted to
throw from 140 to 160 fe,et., with 500
feet of hose, and all necessary ap
purtenances for $2200.
The town council also agreed to
give to the company the half of the
market fronting the railroad, for an
engino house. The company deter
mnined to add to it wakihg-a house
00 feet long. Messrs. A. F. Gooding,
R. W. Phillips, and J. E. Gilbert
were appointed a opmmittee to re-,
'eive plan's and specifications for the
A discussion then ensued as to the
oase (, the engine. Several names
were proposed, among the'), Palmet.
Lo, Mloultrie, ft. t . Lee, nainpton,
Rescue, Fairfield and Paul'Pry. ,Af.
ter one or two votings the name "Fair
ield" was decided upon.
There being no further busiiess,
the company adjourned.
The purchase of a fire engine 'is
now ensured, and property holders
may .rest me~re secure. The sub
scriptien ,ist'foots up the h andsome
sum of 62,505.
The pupils of itt. Zion College and
several other youths in town recently
organized the "Ku Klux 'Base Ball
Club." containing about twenty-four
On Friday ifternoon the first
match gamonwas plaped between the
two nines of the club', the "White
Jackets" and the "Red Jackets." Th'le
Red Jackets played with only eight
maen, their regular pitcher, Elliott,
being absent. This facot told against
thoem, as theo'pithe1:'s 'position is the
most iniportant. Ticy'aoowed ad -
mirablo pluck, but the White Jack
ets shiot ahead in the fourth inning
and kept their advanta'ge to the end.
The Rods are not satisfied, and have
sent knoethe r challenge. The playing
was very good except on the 'part of
lhe WVhites fi the I~ccond inning and
the Reds in the fourth. With prac,
ti'ce ~the play will be good'. The uni,
forms were qui'te tasty', and showed
to advantage. Six innings wer<
played. The followin~g is the aooro:
WHIITE' JACKET-E. J. RAnnh, CAPT.
aled bolters were not boltersa, and
that the, regular candidates were
nominated by packed conventions
lHe was no opqndidate :would not b<
President if be could. Hie appearec
to ingline to Barber.
Aor hirn, Barie'r and ' ol'nsoan an d
several other speakors had their talla
Brown, P., '7
Ketch in, C. -5 2
Rtabb, 1 B. 5 0
Elder, 2.B. 5 2
Aiken, 3 ii. - 2 2
Campbell. 8. 8. 8 2
Qorig, U..F.. ,8 2
H~ardin,hJ., L. F. 8 8
Rion, iR. F. 1 5
. .24 . 18
RED) JACKETS-Hl. C. DAVIS, Jn., CAPT
Jordan, C 4 1
Davis, I BI. - 8
Hlard in, WV., 2 II. .3 2
MocM astor, 3 1U. 2 3
Moore. S. S.
Buchanan, C. F. 2 2
Gaillard, 1.F .
Whites, 6, 3, 2, 17,4, 2-34.
Rods, 4, 11, 0, 0, 4, 2-21.
Fly Catch, W. Hardin
Umpire, C. White.
Scorer, J. H. Cummings
Time of Gamo, I h. 55 m
A number Of'yojing ladies graced
the oocasibn witli their presence.
Pow Wow at Ridgoway,
On Saturday tho'Republicans had
a meeting at Ridgeway. Several
Sen-ttorialaspirants with 'their back
e were out in full force. Mr. W. R.
Mlarshall was there. Sa was ex-Sen a..
ter 0. W. Barbor. So was Ex-Rep.
rosentative He nry Jqhnson. So also
was John V. MoCorkic.
The meeting was held at the
"School horiso Spring," a beautiful
place for meetings. Here in 1861
was hold a large barbecue in honor
of the Codar Creek Rifles. Hero also
in the Grant and Seymour campaign
Gens. Hampton and Kennedy, Col.
Phomas and other eminent Demo
oratic 'lender's addrecsed 1500 citi
zens. Oa reaching the spot on Saturday
a vivid recollection of past scenes flit
ting across the mind of the reporter,
he recalled a suffiient 'quantity 9f
lBiblical lore to exclaim diolabod'!
the glory has departed."
AboUt Eixty colored persons were
present, and half a dozen "Consoerva
*tives," attracted bynuriosity. Nel
son, Marshal called the meeting to
order, and announced that all speak.
ors on enrolling their names would
be allowed fifteen minutes to venti.
late their ideas. Here Mr. J. T.
\Yilson'said that although 'he was
residing at present. in Winnsboro,
Ridgeway was his home. 'Henry
Johnson objected to this, and a dis
cussion took place, amid calls to
order. Then Sheriff Duvall had
something to say, and Capt. Smart
called to order, and then several
got to talking at once, vociferously,
until at last.a Aolored individ.ual called
the "pint to order'' and order w.as res
tored. Then Messrs W. R1. Marshall
and Vilson had a little altercation
and the latter drew his pistol, but the
difficulty was settled. At last,speak.
ing commenced. John MeCorklo be..
gan a studied harangu.o, about sticking
to the party. McCorkk was b ,a.
last year for Coady Commissioner
by Ilenry Jacobs, and is still
sore on this point. He said he would
rather trust a white democrat than a
colored holter and that he would vote
for "Mr. Tom Woodward or Major
Rion" before he would support a bol
ter. All througli his speech Mcor..
kie showed that lhe had a pretty bad
attack of the "h'olters." lHe got
through p'nd still had, two iniinutes to
spare. Then "Rev." Joh'n howell
put in his oar for Mr. Marshall. lie
sa'id l'o was "old time Radical John."
He also hates bolters. fle ttlite Ihe
publicans "to hold to gether and they;
wouldn't be refeated."
W. R. Marshall then spoke. Hie
saiid that the question of the man
or the color made sgo, dif
eroee. Principle was what was
requisite. A man must be chosen who
will re'm'ember that lie is the
servant of the peopt'c. lie pledged
himself to be a true republicoa9 and
to abide by the nomination, and was
unpledged to appoint anybody,; Audi
tor or TIreasurer. lie would consult the
wishes of the convention on tbis point
J. T. 9Jilson then addressed the
meeting, lie said that of 35 rulers
cbosen by the voters of Fairfield, only
4 were colored. That alcolored man
must be Senator and that the colored
men must *not eoet a wivbte man.
Hie was 'for Barber,, and. wvent
for Duvall with unglovod hands,
saying tilint ho hiad .hought u?
John ,McCorklo for 35 dollars,
and that he was doi~g h'is utmt'n's
to, remove Mr. HI. A. Smith from tlge
Tr'essurer'd oiee'. (.Duvalis8 suport
ing Henry Johnson.)
Then SM-. Smart. rievi~wed the
last campaign t o prove that the so
but about that time the reporter left
in search of mnore substantiarl pabu
From all we 'aun learn, Barber will
obtain the support of the ten Ridge
way delegates. . Hie will probftbly
receito th~e nomination. ,Jerry Mar.
tin from Jenkinsville is said however
to be ,develo'ping consid'erable
strength in the Western portion of
the County. The nomination will
probably. .be between Barber, Johtn
son and Martin. There seems, hpw.
ever, strong probability of a bolt. The
convention will be hel1d on the 1st of
October, just one week befgro the
eletion. JIf there be a lbolt thie cam
paign will be short and deoisive.
3V! F3W : ~B~' .A. LL
0'P E N I
We are now prepared to give
our patrons great bargains
in a new and well se
lectes, Stock of
Winter~'oods,~alfof whici we
will offer at greatly re
duced prices vhich
we are couidlicnt
can't be out
DRES GOODS! !
NOTLNNS 1 1
HOSIERY 1 !
Ladies Shoes I Ladies Shoes'!
Mens Clothing! Mens Cloth
ing I Boys Clothiut ! Boys
Clothin! Gents librilishing
Noods i'! Gents Flurnishing
. dIif AND SEE'!
Brown anj. Checked
Nails, - - -
Pure Whuite Lead,
W'edMASTER & BRICE.
AVING resu med my old trade, wld
IIrespectfully inform my friends and
the pubtlio generally Ihat I. am now pre
parel 'to- ma e or'-ref~ali- a adies, Biridics
and H arness, at. short notico. The patron.
age of the pubilo is solijclted. Give me a
tal1.at thce old sltand(.
june 11 , JOIIN Me.INTYRE
iristupply of Metalio Burial Cases,
A.Walnut Caskets, Walnut Cases and
Pine Coffins. Also preparod to d o
Work of any kind, repasiring old Gins,
making antI repairing Grist Mills, at the
old st and kniown as Mcreightl's Shop.
june24-8m. .J.W. McCREIOIIT.
Davla Wills Exor, and stephenson Gibson,
vs. C. 0. Trapp, Admninistrator and
T)UR8UJANT to an order of Court all
.Lpersons having claims againkt thce
Estate Christiana Cook decased, are
hereby 'notified that they are required to
estatblish .the same before thce undersigned
as special Referee lea or before the irst,
of October ncext.
SAMUEL B. OLOWNEY,
sep 18--tlx2 . Referee.
Nails and Axes ,
30 KEGS out nails, asserted ; 6 Boxes
?Emira Patent Finish" Horse
Natils; 4 Dozen Axes. Low for Oash -by
manp. 2 JI2A TY & ABO.
Thi unrivalled Southern Imnedy is
warited not tu.conigan ksinglo,.particle of
'Mercury, or any injurious inineral sub
stance, but i.9
PUR ELY VEGETABLE,
contalning thoso Southern Roots and Herbs
whihn i alI-wi~e Providence Is placed iti
countries whero Liver Diseases most
prevail. It will cure all iisease caused
by Derangement of he Liver.
%The synptoms- of Liver.Complaint are a
hitter or bad-tagto In'the mouth ; 'Paih'i'fi
tlo'llack, Sides or Joints, often mistaken
'for llietunatisi ; Sour Stomach Loss of
Appetite ; Bowels alternately costive and
ax ; lIleadache ; Loss of memory, with a
painful sensatiou of. having - failed to do
moe hing which -ought to have icen done
Dleity, Low Spirits, a lIiok yellow np.
parh'niece..of the Skin and Eyes, - diy
Cough oftin - mistaken for - Consiniption.
SomeCinlmI many of theso symnptothA attend
tf, dicase , at others very few ; but the
Liver, the lnrgest organ in the body, is
generally the seat of the disease, and it' not
Rlegulat-el ie t-.ime, great sull''ring, wrelch.
edness and Deathi wl ensue. . i-t ..
This Great Unfailing Specific will not be
found'lho least idleasant.
For DyspepIa, Constipattion, Jaundice,
Billious aMtIcks, Sick licadache, Colic.
D presslon 'of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart
liUtrn, &o., &C. -
IMlON'S LIVER REGILMOR OR alEDI.
[s tho Cheapest, Purest and Best Family
Mediene in the World I
Maniufactured only by .
. J. II. ZErLIN & CO.,
- Macon, n.. and Philndelphia.
P rice, $1 00. Sold by all DruggIsts.
j une 25
T O B A CC O!
TE FIlNEST IN TOWN.
D. R. Leak's best Twistand P] ug
A lot, of fine Figaro
fi n o q u o r s.
One Barrel of Old NATIIAN CABINET.
A 1Vio Lot of Groceries.
J. D. McCarley.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusti'
CoI.tr'noA, June lin, 183
TEfoallowinj I'Passenger Schedule will
. be run -over this roa n] an afsiter
MONDlAY, 10thI instant: ,..
S, A Y TnIAIN--OOINo NlORTIS..
Leave-Augusa, at. -8.52 a mn
"' Colutnbian, S. C., 8.4l2 a mn
'' Winmnsboro, 10 50 a m
" Chester, 12.15 pin.
Arrivo at Chr.;lot te, N. .0. ,. .-, 2.2i p in
DAY TRAlN-'Oo,Po soUTH!
Leave Charlottie, N. C. atf 4.20 a n.
." CThest er, 0 '27 a m
6 Wainnsboro, -7.42a m
" Columbia 9.45 a m
Arrive at.,A.ugusta-.. ..... 2.00) p mn
JA M1S ANDER 40N, Oen'l Supt.
B. 1R. IDonsin, G.eneral Ticket Agent,
. je 17
Cheese ! Che ese I
6 Boxes N. Y. State Chieese,
Just at Hand.
seps J3 U. (. DErSPORTE:S & Co.
CARES AND CRACKERS,
LOT of fresh Cakes and Crackers
all kinds, direct from Camp's Bakery, at
Rt. 3. McCA R LEY'$,
Thave increiased my facilities for gIn
..ning and packing Cotton with dispaitch
and will give personal supervison of the
Thiankfuil for past 'patronage we wil
strive I) 'pleane at the ster'm mill.
sept. 13-flxi 0. I. TIIOMIPSON.
Boots and Sliocs i
() CASES '8oote nnd Shoes justt receiy'
..e. ed, and will be nol low for' ho
(JA.S'Il . IJEAT Y & DRO.
SUGAR ANDJ 00FFEE!
1 l."wdre 8'''''""'..
..15 bbi. CJrushed-, Ext ra C. and Demo
sara Sugars, Prmimoe Rio Coffee, In storo
and for.8ale by IIEA TY & BRO,
ANOT IKER frt of Georgia SplIt, Bottom
.21. haison hand. Cofio soon,
tt(n 4 3. MaIM'PVE.
A COMPLITE STOCK
IN A FEW DAYS.
MADE to OR DEl.
AND A FIT
WOODWARD & LAW
A Lot of
JOllN CL4AltK's CIl.Ellt1ATF.D
ur romaining sfock of DitESS GOODS,
White Pique and lloady
All lineR of GOODS will bet stold very
low for the CA 811, for the next
thirty dafysl, preparatory
to Qur Fall and
WITHERS & DWIGHT.
1 Car loat~l Liverpool andI Syracuse Salf.
6 Sncks Ground Salt,
10 Boxes Soap assorted,
8 Boxes Adamnantino Candles,
2 Boxes Starch,
1 T,cee 11lce,
1 Tiereo ILardl,
1 Tierco llamns,
All of which we offer low for
t P. Coats Spool Thread. Afreah
supply inst, in. MoMA STSl & IJCE.
ST OC K- !
We have just opened n comn
plete and extelive S'()CKV
of, ileached and Brown Do.
1illow Case &,
Our niew stock of general mcr'..
eallldiSe iS cUnil"' inI
rapidly and will he
In shoes we vill be prepar
6( to ol'er great1 induccillenti
botlh in prieu alld
No. 1 & 2 B.A. A7RAIGZ
WITHERS & DWIGHT.
< o E AfRL,.
FA LL GOO)S
ILeservoyour noniey inl"ut Ie la.L Of S(ep
huave Ilhe vcry -*ief., Laient and mnost. Irn
pro'tved1 ,my3lo5 oft licady -Aladso (lotin g at.
I hto lowvest. prices, andl all grades~ of Dry
SQUIER & CO'S. HOUSE
thtan any othier in Winnsboro ! Seosonablt6
Goods on biandl !Persons having CA4PH
to "lay out" nIow, would do well by t'dli'ig
JOUN C. SQU IR & 00'S.
Just Openinig at J. 0. BOA (ti
T.l. mallnry, Iul iing Pal trns, lIam,~t
Ihonniets, Rtibbns, Flowers, &c , will he
rpeIn for th lipe lioan of the Ladies in a fey
datys. Mrs. Ilig will spar'o no painjf int
I rying to please all1 who :nay favor her wit Ii
Tn the Dry Gloodl4, Notions, nwt Pancy
Goo'ds depjartruent I will hiave a full stock.
A large lof, of 11edstentls, Matressou,
Chairs, haed Roomn Suits, &o.
A -full line of Oroceriee int'rAore af. J
nanril . 0. B~oAQ'E.