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JoB P rINTINo.-Our office has been
fitted with all materials. necessary
for printing jobs of every description.
ill, Letterheads, Posters, luvitation
and Business Cards &o., &0.
Metulie Burial Cases-R. W. Phil.
We cdi especial attention to the
Guano Advertisement of Mesars
Bacot & Co. The "Sea Fowl" iz
said to'be the best Guano in the war
Don't fail to g.) to Dave Fleni
kena's if you w tat anything in the
drocery line. See advertisement.
Read the adveraimentof Mr. G. A.
Hardware ! Hardware !!-~J. M
1Ilm.-A idhght hail-storm may
be reckoned amoug the events of
T uesd ay.
TH E W:A'rHE r.-Tho weather con
tinues dull and g'oomy. Old Sol.
certainly has a shining face, but has
managed lately to keep it well veiled.
CoTTON.-The cotton market con
tinues dull and depressed. The.
effect of the weather, perhaps. Best
quality ootton is quoted at 131.
DF:A T H OF M RS. l'OTEET.--WC have .
again to record another death in
our midst. Mrs. Elizabeth Poteet
passed away on Wednesday night,
last, after a lingering and painful
GnAv.:. Nci.n).-Our city fathers
should certainly give their attention
to the side walk around the Cistern
near the Court iouse. One days
rain makes it impassable.
DdSCARGED:.-The two men who
were arrested on suspicion of firing
Mrs. McMaster's house were discharg.
ed on Tuesday by Trial Justice
Macy, there not being sufficient
evidence to warrant their commit.
munt for trial.
NABBED.-In compliince with a
telegraphic request ol Sheriff Yocum
of Chaster, Deputy Sheriff Keller on
Tuesday arrested Wilson Ashford,
who atd been in custody for some
Misdemeanor committed in Chester
and had escaped.
0^:- An exchuige very truthfully
exclaims: "Lives there a man with
soul so dead, who never to himself
haa said, I'll pay before I go to hod,
the debt I owe the printer ? Yes,
there are some we know full well,
who nr.ver such a tale could tell, but
they, I fear, will g- to- well, the
place where's no winter."
Jo Mr. RI L. .Dannenberg has
returned from the North wvhere he
has b~een purchasing a large and well
assorted stock of Dry Goods, Cloth
inrg Shoes, Notions., &c. By lie
inan. m -a~ in which they hare been
receiing goods iin the hast t wo days.
1 ol seemir they initendi( to sell all
hogoodsa for Fairfield County. We
'wish thoem good success.
Masmor.--T'he local editor tf this
sheet missing. WVe suppose Ihe has
gone g'ilivrattinag aigahi. A Tpournia
mnen, I haill! I and supper!!! t akes
place in the neighboring City of
Ridlgeway and like Johsa war horse
hfe smetlt the bottle 'afar off. H~e
in.t I nn ted to us, confideatiall y, be.
fore he left, that he inten ded to en
ter the lists ais "Knight cof the
Quill" and expected to take nine
rings, [and the prizo for horsemnanu
ship,, to dunce with the queen mll
taght arid "not conme home till morn
We hope he will.
SEREN~ADE.-On Saturday evening
last, just as the Senior had suak into
the sleep of the just he was awakened
by the inspiring strain, of "Shep.
pards Quickstep." As delighted as
surprised he haastenedl to free him.
self from slumbers chains, "intentusque
ora tencbal'' By the mellow eaden
cies, the dulcet harmonies, and exact
and equal Lime, he at once reeognized
the "Borough Band," to whom ho
begs to tendler his sincere thanks for
the delightful treat.
The Band, composed of the most
talented mii ans of the Town, has
under the direct ion of their gifted
and able leader Capt. Win. N. Chan
dler attained a surprising degree of
perfection, whtioh tells as oloarly of
their ansiduity in practicing as of his
skill in lead ing.
~SanmoUA AccbnENT IN CoLU~aMBgA
MR. W. HI. McCAW S EVERK'LY BURNT.
--Mr. W. HI. McCaw, the Associate
Editor of the News & Courier was
severely burned in Columbia on Wed
Snesday night. T.he particulars are
about as follows: Mr. McCaw's office'
is on Laaw Range, second story. He
was finishing a letter for the News
and Courier. after midneight;- whenx be.
perceived that his clothing was. o
tire, whether from a lamip or from the
firo place, we cannot at present toll.
le displayed great presence of mind
and pulled off his coat and vest. As
soon as this was done, his shire blazed
up rapidly, the flames soon getting
beyond his control. Iii the next
apartment, up stairs, Messrs. ft. E.
LeConte and J. Quitman Marshall
have sleeping apartments. To their
room Mr. McCaw ran calling for as.
tis-t ce. These geutlen-ei, with Mr.
J. Q. Davis of Ridgew~ay, and the
editor of the WINN. nono N rava were
fast asleep. They were roused and
rushed out. AMr. MuCaw's clothig
was a shet of fl.m1t3s, hot in a fC w
secoids this was (xingui-,bed. Dr-.
Gibls ard Douley were called in and
dicsed the injuiries. The burnt por..
tion covers the back and chust. For
tUtI: tely the inijuries are supeilicial
11Adl the phpicians entertaini hopes of
his recovery. MIr. Marblial Us hands
were badly burned while extinguish
ing the flaime. W'e sincerely tru-t
thut Mr. McCaw will soon recover.
Ile has made a brilliant record as an
.ditor and correspondent. His let
ters, of late, over the signature of
-Qui Vive" liave been rewaikably
LATi;.-Sinee the above was in
type, we have received a telegram
stating that Mr. MeCaw died of his
injuries Thursday evening,
GaAso TOURNAME.T AT RiDoAY.
-The Tournamncitt at Ridgeway was
k complete success, notwithstanding
he inclemency of the weather. As
is frequent y the ease, the weather
prophiets who selected the time were
Lt fault. The morning was cold and
iloudy, and sleet and rain fell at in
,ervals during the course of the
ournament. But ever3ything had
)eei prepared and tUhe spectators had
tisembled, so it was determined not
o postpone the gala occasion.
rwety-four knights in handsome
lostutues cu trusty steeds entered the
Messrs. R. 8. Desportes, W. J.
)avis, Turner Stewart, Ellison Cloud,
r. A. Desportes, H1. Edmunds and
LI. Means D.Lvis, a.cted as Judges.
dIezsrs. George Smith, J. A. Kou
wedy and J. A. Simpson as Marshals,
and Ploasant Adans e-d Henry
)avis, as assistant, Mar.-his to pre-.
ierve due decortm nmone t.;. -
ire I brethren and s:sters. Mr. E.
'Ieins was Herald. Quite a iluni
>er of ladies graced the occasi..n,
mid by their encouraging glances,
nOUd the knights to deeds of valor.
'hte kniglts under command (f
Iuentin Durward executed some
, rehmiarry m-%e veswieb-I dis.
Ilayed their horsvtianship to advant
age. Kershaw, Che!sler and Fai -
iold were all represented, and each
onaty may bo proud of her repre.
Th'le following is a list of the
Jas. Q Da'vis-Quentin Durward
lapt. of Knights.
slwyn Cunazinghamn,-Kiht of
Wmu. Juhnson-Kntighit of L'Xir..
J.if(.C(aldwell -K-i'ight of RI.nd
Itobt. Cunn ingzham-o-Kiigh t of
N. A. Pecay-Knight of Wateree.
8. Fi. Cooper-- 131imi gham.
W. M. IIlirden -Knight of ihve us.
D. 11. Stevenason-Knight~ of T.lhe
Wo4. M. Coloman-Kniighat of the
D A Coleman-StontewallI.
W'. TI. Edmatunds.-R ichard Third.
J. E. Wylhee-Se, gent Jasper.
Geo. Kennedy - Kiight of the
John it. Craij.---- Black Prii nc.
E. Palmner Davis-Sir Walter
W. C. Browni-Knighit of the Fly.
Charles Lowther-Knight of Chat
ah ooeb ie.
llichard Flantnigan---Kziight of
Jamtes .Joiner-Knight of 25 mile
Thos0. Cooper--Knightt of Aai
1a.' A. Walker .-Knighat f the
John W. Smnart--Dan Qui xotte.
At the summi~onsof theo Herald
he knights in suecession pass~edl
brough the lists. Tlhe contest lasted
or several houra, when tinbe
udges announced that the knight oft
(et shaw, ]Birmningiham and "'Stone
rali'' liad tied for the first honors
taoh having borne off seven rings ont
tal poised lance ; while the knight, of
he Garter having taken six rimgs,
van fourth on the list.
After a second tilt, Kershaw was
aronouned viotor, Birmiinghaim see
and and Stonewall third,
'The knights were thten re
iaired to display their horse
tanishtip. This was very fin
ad the jtidges at first failed to agree.
Six Knights were requested to ride
birough~ a second time, when Ker
haw (S. Cuniningham) was pro.
ounedA first. The Jndges mtade
onorable rmention of Quentin D~ur
van rd, J. Q. Davis and Knight of
l.Iiig St ars.(:W. Crowne.)
The ohairman of the judges - then
presenated the prizes. To tho'knight<
of Korsi8hw, the crown and a hand
som maddle ; to Birmingham, a
wreatij and siaddle ; to Stonewall, a
brid le and wreath ; to tie knight of
the Garter, blanket,spurs and wreath.
Ile then presented to the knight of
Kershaw a inaguifilezt bridle as a
premium for horsenianship, thius con
ferring on him ia douhitble honor.
Tho Knight of K rlaw, (Sulw) n
Cunnin ughimO) then gr.efuh y pro.
claitned .\i.,s Carrij Qieenl
of' LivO and'. Beaiuty. The Queen ro
"I accept the crown yn plaie upoa nmy
Not with pri~e ot feelnign vain,
UG ood :l-.) e sh8e bli h be III m, ill,
An ai si c d rtirst to ilhoe,
SlIl Ihe cIrle iforever be.
l~limiln, (8. F*. ICooper) then
crowne-l Miss Bs.io criiipton, Ii rst
nasid (1f holm-, Stoneowall, (";. A
Co1 ahn.) l is I3. Oliever, seeonld
izaid of h oli a \li ss Julnice B-Ii.
ley, third lmaid of ho!Ior hv the
Knight of the G:i ter, ( W. M. 'ole
The party then Aispersed to meet
again when tile shlades (If evenigI
should give the signal for tile ial.
By this time the rain was porllilig
down ill torrents and the sky Was
black ats Ereb~usi. But the M sonie
11al1 had been weli lighted, 1nd car
ridges biotght a b:vy of ladies at
tended by their admirers to partici
patIIo in the festivities, so that wlei
Osear Eilington's band con1inel i
lively air, tile hall wias i ll with
beauty and gallintry, and lie merry
Ilahlig accollpanying the tripping,
feet tilloglph the " tvindig ol tile
mazy." betikene that Ridgeway was
ictelinjined to make a t c m i C1p I l te
Succelss of its '-first hall." Not
for a mioinentl did the uerti
mlent ocase, for when thieI
graceful lancers or the sprightly
qpuadrilies were ended, the gid-Iy
whirlitng waliz ailternaited with the
mneasured atep of the promenaile. A s
has ever bieen the Case siCtie our fauth.
er Adani fell :li inre-irting victim
to the (harms of M3other Ev "at first
sight," tile w inning glances of t1e
ltie-i qui cly peticrated the ada
maninne arinor of their aittendaits,
and tle "4stern warrior" in the
twiki g of ln eye, wias lletalnor
phased itto the "sighing lover." (Ai
Wollie < iiour friends nii y think- we are
lccoming persolt I we here disavow
any Slll intonltion. \Vo aro ilorey
Our fashion E-litor wis not at hand:
to give the varicti styles of drosd, auil
WU would it,nminiously fail did we
att.zmnpt to describe them. We know
they were becoming or their wearers
Would not hav., t- * amnAd.
NeitLercan we discriminate between
the difTerent styies or dgiee of beau.
ty. To decide who was tie Imost
fa-eliating would requireil an amsount
of' brllin labor irevit(:Aly produ4l0ilig
Iinney. nh'ost.r was well represent.
ed by 31 .. W.--., tIbe 11 i-se.-S--.,
Mlis-. M -5 , Ars. C-. Lvongstownl
h the vely QCuen, at.d Misl. e
Winnts-boro by Mi.Ss (; , Kor..
sha ,1 by l is. C- - I d tho \l0e
H--. iko by Miss C
H ii! Ige x aLy and1 tile suron ii 1nig ne Iigh:
h10> d' byII Misss, ( .*-, .1irs. I)-.
ndotuer-a whose tnal) S we' (tidl 11t
A t elevi nI o'clock, a1 iounlt ifwih supl.
lng w 'ahs minhedl hind I r'<!ongd r ill
the SW all hour., of ithe lii unn111 . T Ie
aiffa~ir, in spt of thet raill, wxl ai per.
sm3oot hly, andrll ts great credit on1
tile pulie spirit an inanl1lnemelint of
tho5se w.hoi deviSld the semlne andl
e33 13ie4d it thriougih. TheI.'se fest ire
ga 1tIng o pir,(dntiv of V muchl'.
good inol Ja,111 brngn pm-pi S tlOther a tt
uni1.tinl hutei. eclsl.W
wold be gll eetii themiZI~ ileh of.
eneras theyn sho th vinMatol (XThe'
Edands r. andIC ters forudat
The T.xpaye'. Covetin a
ca)lldr al metig of. cl~itizens n11 every a
C ouncyon dyi Mrh.Cm
Wnibr Lodg' IIe N. 11,A..
1"R-a' ('S Luerro of hi
W oa. w. Ah-+, in .\lncia
enlThrsday111 tcritng wexl, 46thr hisa
y o vead i e ro of thle W.ug11. PO ~
eteallic oIl oni iui ll ie, gItosew ood,0
d Walenut~o uni.diPines w'ouihn i
W.b E.A KE,. ~. 'IE
n ECE IVE P
While sud noixvd.t wht. )l(S'
it.Is-e ai, Luouc.nased anig ir *curcd
Chicte N I.Mli~s
.-%I ic'es Nnaii.", ilorse' 1111.; pidleIC3110es
b). kI.g 111EN1,jjj'itNq.
AIif~ rioiuds and ilis pitblic oenrailly it t
tow ii iil couny n e rel)y nol inif' tn
harving. I iveua frut"1 ho 11c0 WOWS QC 111C I., to
lire, I iavle jisi.l fairly re!'siiiiot hutillemm ill
(tic SI(vlor licit (lt0 (lie PIost Office andI nin
prepsiveul to furni eli 1111 goods8 Wialy
r'mia o ill a Biakeriy nod Con Cool ionalry.
A mgtog t lie' gniQs of my owu. manatu ctuire,
tiii'r-l. ('rilies flIwl Pipi hesidos Frenell nild
'a --iii C11 ud ic''i, fine *Vi-ey, lLi.-ii4
Utiircuis, Citron, Jelliet;CCo~aiIuit
Ai-leC, 0--tingor, Liemnts,
Maple R11-mr, Clioedo
lowe just receivedi fln'c ]ot of children
,arringes wla~cl I uffer low for the GASM.
Georgia ISinte AgrictijkuroJ .-citLy,,.
See. Offimo Alisiil,(y.. Ju n. 27, 187-1.
To e- Rdii. Aeer o~f the Jicrid
At thA It,. st. xi.st uig e of t .6nt0ae.u1
Rec1rrcYtiiuy ' ir*yot oliig'Ir .
of fill Commeriocial .Fcrilizt,.9 axositocl ton
sQleC Ii 811ii il iting Iliv. ' thomet
Lo flip JAnaliy ie.0l lici ut' ipt th i? ne
'islvgc' of A guiculitire and the ~Me1.aid
Ait.'t- at Wihmn, for n'i31yses atimttflon (it
Valuite. I hav e, I heeole . Obtin Ia nodl
'c 0 to Ill lac hei t Prof. White, * pis-tst.
if' tIlotit of I he' lent in g (31Iit11.AI .aIl ti.e4ct
Ihillet, Ibatl are sold ill ItiS S.11iio 1; is'
tioller I a :y heire I hot I lies-o Sh'ii;ill!'
wvore to k elm 1.3 1ivyc'r iii p-l-siol. from likhe
IJti0k, Ill IP wareluouro wVhere thoy we~re 4
ioretd. 1114 ))t111 ill );r-tighit, gin etc jhir,
The1 liilv res were ito ivi'b uitomber ... 1-1
Vf .4 -1.
.; sP T I,.. . uIY re.quest to inform
the publi rf Fairlield 'onhty that. they
live ricitud their full Spring atook of
uiving hought .,1 hse go.ods at lruraense
low rrices for .!A8fi we will give the
bu% er ih a benefit of Iho same.
Don't fail-to reAd otr mnns t rouq ndver..
iAsemient nud price lis. thA will bo pub
.uhe-I this n
CA 1L4ND 8 EE
DANN N BERG & CO.
NIAl T1i1. POST OFFI'E.
I. li n4 111h(and a portionl of mlly
-peing smok, with more to urrivo 8001.
have Wirice lot of
Jl l ills,
PlIow MouldIs &c.
Wiha full line of ha~rdwaire to arrive
con. Lenthers conistiantlIy on haund.
LLI (JOODS LOWV F"OR ClASh!
J. M.l Galloway.
h. Ile 20tih oaf N overnher I putrchased
.jIhie iterest of A. F. Goedin~g in the
nuahoi~~iro livery Stable. All hmor-e lhire,
taggy hirae, atal hore feod will te C.-l 811
hais rntie will be stric'ly nilher ed 1o 1
lil nl!wnya- keep on2 h.anid good t--lddio tand
laf'ry horens, alsoa ear. iageti natad huaggie.,
or hire, i Th ' arngo of* ihe public is
hi. T. TEFRRI LL.
ESTA BLISH ED 1859.
' WINVXSIORO', 8. C.
F 311I1RITY years exper~ince in repniring~
n1.al kin'lv of Walebea.s.
NTE1W G-QO2D s.I
G;(,.l asa Silver WAaches a orall kuindls
IFncy. .Jewelry3' and I lok of aill de'~..erip
itt., which I witi seillow trore C ome(.n,
ind see for youtr-'l. IN chilarge for took
ng~ I'Tankfutl f'1i past p it r--nage, I so4
cit at coniint ineno of r he ro 'ne.
[t n l'o lr, Imp..niil, Englih, ire' 1
Staite8 'IT Cotupiny
Binack. Green, nand Japan Tens.
.For Sale By
MlcMASTlERL & hIltE.
TO ALL TH1IOSE
preal to make anud repiir (lrier
i'i nd repnfr oIsl GJia.e. A LSO to do jotb
-1N this line'I keep' constantly con handl
riae 18 Ani.
1- 4 hhds. Cantou. Syrup,
6 b;bis. N. O. Molasse8,
22 Kegm Nails, assorted,
6 ases heavy Shoos,
1 Car Load Corn,
250 buslivls Oats expetted
to arrive to-day. All of which
will be sold LOW FOR
JEATY & BRO.
Iam11 now of'ering my entire
81O K in v department
at patpreccdeitcdiy low
CLO I UN G,
-II A WLS,
L ADI ES
rOSITIVE131 AT COST
Tbis is no humbug but a fao t,
and it is the interest or
every one io call and 1
J. M4. R. MOORE.,
aeofrn atete ly owpi S
8. LND~tjE~t& C .t
Cr lhing aota andel Sho prceo
REMEMBER THE FIRM,
8. Landecker & Co.
OWING to the low price of
Cotton and the great scarcity
of money, we now offer our
entire Stock of Goods at ex
tremely low prices. Especial
%ttention is called to our very
large Stock o
Goods, boots, Shoes,
[lats and Caps, and a splendid
ine of Cassinereo, all of which
ve offer at panic prices and to
uit the times. Come with tho
)ASH and get BARGAINS!
ALL those indebted to us
.re urgently requested to come
Award and settle up, as we
re greatly in need of money.
McMASTER & BRICE.
J U 8 T
IE CEI Y ED!
Early Rose and Goodrich
otatoes, White and Red
nions, Pearl Hlommy, New
agar Cured Hams, Fresh
olted Meal, Granulated and
On hand, a selected stock
f Family and Plantation
roceries, which will be sold
leap, for CASH and CASH
fe 2T. It. RIOBER''SQN.
eo Car Load salt,
dl " Flour--alt grade,
"I d M~eat,
" " " Dlacon and Lard,
25 bbiu. of Eating and Pianting Pota.
oes, anl of which will be sold
LOW FOR OASH I
BEATY & BRO.
I1 E undernigned offers for sale one f.
L. een borse power steam Engine, with
irist Mdil attoohed, at a b-irgak-. Said
Cn'gine and Mill oan be neon at my roil.
lence 8j in~Ile northeast of Winnoboro, oa
be Rtooky Mount Road.
feb 8-Sm JOMN ISENHOWfl.