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gW- Ilereafter no LOCAL NOTICES
will be inserted in our columns excep
upon payment of TEN CEN TS a line.
W Any person in the County having
knowledge of any oircumstanoo of interest
occurring in his neighborhood will confer
a favor by furnishing inforniation at this
Jon PILNTINO.-Our office has been
fitted with all materials nocessary
for printing jobs of every description.
Billo, Letterheads, Posters, Invitation
and Business Cards &c., &o.
Tremniidous Stock-Squier & Co.
Just Received.-D. R. Flenniken.
Bricks 1-T. I. Robertson.
Summons to absent defendant
John J. Neil, Plaintifl's Attorne).
Notice to Delinquents-H. B. Refo.
Notice to Absent Dofedant-J.
J. Neil, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Dentistry-M. 8. flanckel.
gf- The Schools in Fairfield are
G4- Deaths in Charleston for the
week ending May 30, 272-whitos, 8;
0:r- See advertisement of the
Bchool Commissioner in another
A strolling minstrel of ten der
years and entimate acquaintance with
Mol'e Darling is doing Winnsboro.
O: The Engine house of the Fire
Company wasentered Monday night,
and two axes stolen. No clue as yet
tq the thief.
0::- Dannenberg & Co have just
received some of the biggest balloons
ever brought to town. They are in
04- On Monday, the thermometer
stood at 82 dog. at 9 A. M. and 94
dog. at 2 P. M. On Wednesday
morning fires wore not unacceptable.
*:-' The Court Ifrouse gutter is in
a bad conditiun and should bo re
paired.. It is a iue piece of work in
dry weather, but is not intended for
NOTICE.-The taxpayers of Town.
ship No. 12, will meet at Lebanon
-Church on Saturday, 13th of June, at
10 o'clock A. N1. without distinction
of race or color.
2f" Mr. D. It. FI'Anniken adver
tiles a fresh arrival of Groceries this
anorning. Don't fail to call on Dave,
as you will be eortain to get your
K7 Tiuosr OVEacoAT.-John
.Emith Coleman, who stolo "thos
v is now in thocnnitentiar y
being ase.nt there for fo~ur years from
C:harlestuu for burglary.
O07 Attorney Gen. Melton is quite
*ick in Colunmbia with ruoumatism.
This will delay t-he referenco con
carninig the cighat thousand.
O~-The Exzamination for the
University scol arship h as b~een post
poneod till the 6th of July. It will
-be held in the Suhool Commissioner 's
0-We~ fr .st that all townships
that have not yet organized unions
er'.I do so previous to sale day in
July, as the .Cuunty union meets on
gWy Carpenter's Daily Union k:as
suspended till September. A week
Jy andl eemi-weekly 'will be issued.
We have hopes of the Country when
ever "pap organs" begin to decline.
Randioal gookts are not aa hoavy as
they once wore.
Otr Col B. E. Elkin has appointed
Capt. HI. Edmuinds Chairman of the
Comiwittee on tax unions ini No. 8,
vice 13.. S.. Desportes Eiq., resigned.
A meeting of that township is called
at Ridgewsy on Saturday, l3th
theoa Aour.-.-Mr. A. Bauwgar.,
ten has returned from 'Baltimore,
post~ed in all the improved styles of
p.hotographing. Mr. Banunigarten
sa ys some of the fellows around town
were so everlasting ugly they broke
iall his cameras andI ho had to get
now ones of double extra strength.
Ile can take any body's phis now on
0:-in reap onse to a suggestion
made some time since, the Band say
they will playionoo a week, provided
the citizens will erect a stanud for
them. This can bo cone at a very
little post and we hope the offer will
bo accepted, It appears to us that
the Ourt House5 yrdid will be a suita
0:-The Port Royal Commercial,
Taxpyin Repblianhas consoli
dated with the Standard. Tliesa
and must have swallowed each othe
like the Irishman's snakes. Jas. G
Thompson is still editor. So we pro
sume the paper will still be antagon
istio to the Ring. The Commercia
has been making a good fight, and wi
wish it success.
0) We take pleasure in publish
ing the following call :
All persons who have enrollei
themselves as members of townshir
tax union No 4, and all persons do
sirous of joining said union, are re
quested to meet at the Thespian fal
in Winnsboro, on Saturday, the 13Li
ofJ une, at 12 M. for the purpos
of electing officers and delegates to
the county union.
JOlN C. 510BLEY,
0) We have in our office a list
for the formation of a Rifle Club
We have such a dearth of amusement
in W innsboro, that some social or
ganization of this sort is needed tc
supply the want. Charleston hai
several of these companies, and the:
present a floe appearance. We would
be glad to see this club organized.
W Copious rains fell at Winas
boro on Thursday and Friday, an<
merchants and farmers were jubilant
The rain will help them all to stretcl
their credits a little, even if it be bu
for soda water and drinks. Passen
gers report rain from Char!otte t<
DEAiTH OF hInS. JAMES A. BRiCE.
The oommjunity was greatly shocked
on Friday by the death of Mrs. Janes
A. Bri.se. Mrs. Briae died of pneu.
monia, leaving her husband and five
children, one being but a week old
Mrs. Brice was universally loved and
esteemed, and leaves many friends to
mourn her loss. The funeral ceremo
nies will be performed at the A. R
Church to.day at 11:30 A. M.
0 4- Fairfield is entitled to $6,
651,00 from the State for the school
fund. It is claimed that two-thirds
of this amount was paid to iir
Smith, and is mixed up in the dis
putod fund. But $2200 are stil
due the County from the State, and
we call on Treasurer Cardozo as he
values his reputation as an honest
Treasurer either to pay this money
over immediately or to show goot
reason why he does not pay it. Air
Crawford should make a formal de
mand for it and if it be not paid, shoul<
try the effect of a mandamus or son
other plan of choking the money ou
of our portly Treasurer.
0V-Again we ask what has becom
of that reference relating to the di.
putoed eighat thousand dollardl TePach
ers have claimns, ,Jurors have claims,
Merchants have claims, Printers hav1
claims egainst the County and all
irrespective of race or politics ar
needing money badly."
The order was for an immediati
reference. A month has passed an<
we have heard nothing of it. This i,
a pi ecc of injustic to the neodi
credit ors of the County. What littli
w as le ft, n hen Fo much was stolet
ought to bo paid out speedily. W<
call on the County Comimissionern
and (School Comimissioner, if the;
have any regard for the good will o
their constit-uenate, to hurry up thi
g'r Read the ad vertisement in arn
other colunan by Dr. D. M.] Clarkec
setting-forth the merits of th<
"Eclipse Sueami Washer."~ We us,
this washer ourselves and ean full,
corroborate the testimony of all wh
have used it that it is th&et washke
in use. No 0one having used one one
will be induced to part with it. Th<I
washer is very simple in constructio1
consisting merely of a base and a pea
pendioular tin tube, with two nozzlo
The washer is placed in the pot an
the clothles packed around i. WVho
the water boils, the steam generate
in the bottom throws two jets c
water from the spout, ever the aurfue
of the water. A vacouumn being thu
ercatod, the water is drawn througi
the clothing t.. the bottom and force
u.p again, a continuous stream thu
passing through the clothes all th
time. In the spatce of fifteen mic
utes the washing is completed. N
washboards or rubbing are required
and the fabric of th., cloth is not is
jured. We advise ll1 persons intot
ested to call and ,se gg his marvel (
.utility and simplicity.
This is a home invent~Ion, havin
boon designed by Dr. 'Clarke, wh
was born and raised on old Fairfiel
soil. This of itself shoiuld interet
our people, The South has nlativ
talent and ingenuity equal to tha
of New England. All that Is needo<
is for the South to patronize hem
industry. Dr. Clarke has also th
right to sell the "Elureka Wringer.
These inventions in conjunotion wi]
rejicic the hart ofany laud.. ..
r A Premium oli Crime.
0:"r We append the following fri
the Chester Reporter:
"Simith, the defaulting Treasui
of Fairfield county, was, as our rot
ore know, recently convicted of t
charge of embozzlemont of pub
funds, and sontenced to the Penit<
tiary for for one year. This punit
mont was afterwards commuted
imprisonment for the same period
the county jail at Winnsboro.
Upon the authority of responsil
citizens of that town we can atV
without fear of contradiction ti
Smith's imprisonment is the mi
perfect faroo imaginable. Instead
01080 contlent in a cell, as I
great crime justly meritp, he is i
vored with a room on the second fio
handsomelv furnished and containil
every comfort. Instead of bei
forced to make soene atonenent f
his timn of stealing the people's mon
by living on bread and water, he
allowed to take his moals at t
Sheriff's private table, enjoying I
i the luxuries that the market afferi
Moreover, the reception room on Vl
first floor is at his disposi
where he receives his many frient
who are constantly with him, playi
games and drinkirg champug
I (bought with toloen money) and
other ways sharing with him his ii
prisonment. When the shades
night have fallen, Smith does not i
spect the jail limits, but appears
the streets wending his way as his w
These are facts that can be sustai
od by testimony of the most usqui
tionable character. A more stal
ment of the facts is quito suffioic
without any comments from us. T
treatment of Smith in this style is
offens, "rank and cries to Heav
for punishment." The peple
Fairfield county, whose money b
been stolen by him, are outraged a
wronged in a mannor, the enormity
which langur ge fails to express.
This is the kind of punishmei
that our Radical Government mel
out to criminals. Is there any oau
for wonder that robbery and rascali
of every kind prevails to so fearful
extent among the officials of 0
Our contemporary, is mistak
about the offence for which Mr. Smi
is imprisoned. lie was in dict
merely for violating a statute in n
making monthly returns to the Sti
Treasurer. To this he plead guilt
and for this ho is in the custody
It was affirmed at last court, th
for the umuch graver offenoe of o
bezzling thousands of dollars of t
public money, Mr. Smith would
tried "after the Ides of Novembei
We presume that this is still the i
tention of the Attorney -Goneral a
the Solicitor. Otherwise, the who
thing has been a ridiculons farce. A
the people of Fairfield to be comp<
sated for the loss of over twein
thousand dollars by a sentence
only one year's imprisonennt in t
County jail ? if the law cannot pi
3 tect the people better than 'his,
is time to stop paying three millia
a year for taxes.
We arc told that the assertions
the Chester Rleporter tire strici
true ; taxat the sheriff has been nali
ing the greatest iudulgence to l
3 prisoner, in doing this, he has r<
dered himself amenable to the' 1
which knows no distinotion botive
H A. Smith and Jack Starke, or a
other prisoner. The Sheriff bad be
already advised that if he persist
in showing this discrimination,
would he presented to the Gra
Jury at next term of court.
Judge Mackey, on learning I
facts, immediately sent an order
Ithe Clerk of the Court, which
publish, and which has the ring
reform in it.
We learn that the Clerk has teri
Judge Mlackey's order on the Sher
and that Mr. Smith has been remos
into tihe jail proper.
Trho following is the order receis
from Judge Mackey:
STATE. OF SOUTn CA no- IN GENES
LINA, COUNTY ew
Whereas, iniformantion has be
-laid before mnc thbat, lenry A. Smui
late Treasurer of the County of Fa
field, who has beena comnuitted to
jail of said County to undergo
. sentence fur knowingly neglect
and refusing to mako his official
turns persuant to law, and who a
stands cominxuted and awaiting tr
ion the charge of embezzling t
public funds, is permitted at will
risit the reception rooma on tihe il
ffloor of the said Jail and to app<
13t ecasionally as he may desire onI
a public streets; And whereas,
granting of the said prisoner si
unwarrantable license is both unkt
ful, and a scandal upon the egq
Sand impartial adnwinistration of pi
lie justice, and in the highest degl
.reprd.ensiblo in the Sheriff ofi
said County, it is therefore, ordei
that the said Henry A. Smitb be h
in custody in the jail of Fairfi
-County in the same manner and
.dor the same restrictions as all ot)
g prisoners therein confined and und
going sentence, or awvaiting trial.
is further ordered that the Sherifi
i FaIrfild County be, and he is her<
a authorized and roquested to emp]
I a guard to consist of two good a
:t true men, whose duty it shall be
e .keep watch over said Jail during
t entire night, and to prevent the
I cape of any prisoner therefrom ; so
e guard to be paid by the County
a Fairfield at the rate of Flft1
9($15.00) dollars per month, each, a
I to be duly sworn to dischae th
It is furthor ordered that L. W.
Duvall Esq.,' Sheriff of Fairfield
"u County do show oauso before moe if
any he oan, at the next ensuing term
-er of the Court of General Sessions for
d. said County why he should not be
ho indioted for the illegal license al.
lie loged to havo beou granted by him
n- to the said prisoner, and further why
h. be, the said Sheriff, should not be at,
to tacliod for a flagrant contempt of
in this Court, for his acts and doings in
11e V itteess imly hand, this fourth day
to of Juno A. D. 1874.
at (Signed) T. J. MACKRY,
wst Circuit Judge.
BRICKS ! BIlCKS !
)r, rf IItE undori gned begs leave to inform
g th public that he is prepared to
11 furnish Bricks at the follo wing prices i
0 $10 per thousand at tie Yard ; $11.60
is per thousand,delivered at Ratiroad Depoi,
h1e or in any part of town.
6s. Terms strictly CASHI.
o T. It. Robertson.
&I, june 4-Im
is TO THIE f PUBLIC.
e ElisaGoings Is up to the spirit of tie times
n and progress 'of theoge in waibtng, she
u - uses tie "Eclipso Steam iWasler" And
of I'-Eurcka Wringer," by which shte washes
.G. in the best style and pleases her patrons.
The "Eclipso Washer" does not scrub,
wear nor tear the clothes nor break off
11 buttons. She Is prepared to ash for
all yiho may call upon her.
,. References Dr. T. T. Robertson, Capt.
James Beaty, S. Wolfe Esq., and others.1
10. Jiune 0
it Executors Notice.
In LL persons holding claims ngainst
31 an A the estate of Jamso. M. ltutlandt1l, de
of cnsed, arc hereby notified .to present
them duly attested, and those indebted
d to said estate are requested to make pay
o mont, to tihe undersigned.
of A. 8. POUGLA SR,
Ex. of Will of J. M. lutland tieceased.
it june 2-xlt3
3. Executor's Sale.
ty JYvirtue of authority granted by (lie
an .LJudge of Probate of Fairfield County,
ur I will sell at public auction at the late
residence of Judge J. M. Itutland, deceat
3n ed, on the 15th June, commencing at 10 A.
M., all the personal estate of said testator,
th consisting of a valuable library of law
ed and miscellaneous books. household itnci
kitchen furniture, Corn, Whiskey, Scoch
At Whiskey, Sherry and flock wines, a Golid
to Watch and Chain, two Walking Sticks, a
gold pen and case, and other articles.
Y, Terms Cash.
of A S. DOUOLASS,
Ex. of Will of J. M. Rutland, deceased.
at June 2--xlt3
he M. S. HANCKEL M. D.,
ILL visit Winnsboro Tuesday June
ad Dl9th and will be found at tie Ieosi,
19 dence of Capt. Bacot until tihe20th inst.
.ro Dr. If. will continue his visit@ to Winns
he The State of South Carolina,
0- COUNTY oF FAIRFiELD.
it Court of Coniuon Pleas-Sumnmons for
as Money D..mand-Ilenry T. Terril,
Plaintiff, against George W., Craw.
of ford, Detfendant.
yTo George W. Crawford, the Defendant
in this naction.
ho YOU are hereby summoned and re
n- quired to answer thre complaint in tis
LW action, which is fild ir, theronice of tihe
en Clerk of tihe Court of C;aromo leas for
ny said Coaumy, arnd servo a copy oif your
answer on thre surl-seriber at his office, in
3u Winnsboro, Sout h Carolina within twenty.
ed .lays after the service of this sunmmions .on
he you. exclusive of' thre day of service.
od if you fail to answer the complaint
within tire timeo aforesaid, tihe plainitiff will
he ap~ply to tihe Court for jurdgmernt ogaitnst
you for t ho srrm of one hurndred arid eighty
to five dollars and Afty-five cents, and costs
We of thbis action. Dated May 26thr, 1874.
of JOHIN J. NEIL,
od To tine Defendant, George W. Crawford.
Take notice that thre Summons, nf wich
ed tine foregoing is a copy wans, together with
tihe complaint in this action, filedl in tire
ad office of tire Clerk of tire Court, of Cmnmotn
Pleas for Fairfield County, State of South
Corolina, on the 26th day of May, A. 1D.
AL1874. JNfl. J. NEIL,
L~OK To YoOn owN INT~ltES5T.
ir. ~ilUTII will rownii-F~acts are stubborn
hre Lthings atndt wihirrot hear denial--To see
. rust be to believe-In threse days or pro.
his gross. steamr hais become tihe great mot ive
tig and lahor savinr't power or the ago, In all
re- indusat rial r nd mnufanrtctrurirng purrsuits
lao andi departments-Whny shlounld not every
jal family have a Htam Washner,
ho The -i.Melipue Stearm Washier," Is thre
b est,. i does niot occuipy thne space of ogre
to iequare foot aind is adapt able to ainy stove
rat, boiler or round pot, in wich water earn be
aur biled ; anid with it one woman can do
Swhat is ordinarily regarded a Oay'a walth int
fromn two to thnree hours. A child, t welve
Syears olrd, may ueit and o tine work of a
oh grown woman in onehait' rthe time, anod re
W- gardt hre labor of using it only a pasrtim
mal Winin it, w-shrirng hnasr cased to be tedious
.or laboroin, and "Bluo Monday" has
ceased to be a day ofconfrsion arid her
ee orbecusowih llli ornolabor two or
~he thnree hrour.r surtlice to mdo a day's wash
ed winhout serurbbing, wearing or tearing tihe
uld clothes, breanking buttons 4o.
ild Tinne, labor, nmoney, arid raaterial all Are
a.pr'eciorrs--economy isn wisndori arrd its fruits
hecalth,,woalthn and.happince-Look linen to
mar economy in washing, arnd save your clonne
or- to wear four times as long as twihen wasih
It ed by the hand r,nd board, by buying and
of using tho "Eclipse Steam Washor," wichl
bycombined with that very attractive tand
.unsurpassed "Eureka Wringer" oonsti
oy truters a complete and perfect'wasnhor-.
ri every famihly anrd washrer-woman 'nhould
to and can have it , and no senisiblo washer
~he woman whoe inas at heart tire interest of
h ler patrons will oppose its urse
The''"Eclipse" is simple in consit-notlon
oh scientinoc hi principle, effective 1mn work
of and will washr the finest or coarsest, fabrics
en more satisfactorIly than by hand, in fr-om
rid fifteen to t wenty nminurtes. P'rice bat four
ri ollars-.Wil be for sale for a few days
rlonger at It. M. D)UNLEVY's.
Notice to Delinquents.
P ARTIE 8 knowing themselves indebt.
:-ed to me are hereby notified to come
forward at once and settle the same by
the 10th Instant. Their noeounte will be 4
presented in due form. The cash system
suits be best and will bo striolly adhered to a
in a he fuature.
June 5-t2x1 if, B. REFO.
L OST on the road between Buckhead M
uand Fdlisons spring, a small Silver
Watch, plain easo, The Ander will be re
wnr(led on delivering it to HInALn oic
JOHN 0. FKASTER,
Juno 10-x8 Blaokhead 8. C,
rj lIE trustes of tilo various townships
I. are hereby ordered to call a meeting
of the ciuizons of their respeotivo towu
shipm4on the 4th of 8atarday in Juno to
rate upon the question of local sahool
W. J. CRAWFORD,
J111ne 10 School tiomnnissioner.
J. u. SQUER & C0Os
AVE the large:t and moat, complots
stock it this Town, at prices to suit
the timaos for Ca a 1
call and see the newest and prettiest styles
or Dress Goods, Dry Goods of all kinds,
N C. Shoes and Domestics for Plantation
ClEAP FOR CASIN I
CALL ON SQUIER & CO
N. B. Our stock being very heavy, we
we propose to sell to a few "on tine," pro.
vided atlisfactory arrangements are n'ndo,
Paymnut. must bo made by Nov. Ist, 1674.
SQUIER & CO.
3 Car loads Corn,
1 4 " " Bolted Meal.
L " " " Flour all grades
2 Tierces Choice S, 0, Hams,
Smuoked and White Bacon,
Choice N. 0. Molasses anid ]
Pickle Roe Herring,
TO ALL TIHOSE
Iam prepared to make and repair Grist
Mills, and repair old Gia~e. A LSO to dojejob
work of any kind.
UNDERTAKER'S DEPA RTMENT,
IN this line I keep con~stantly on hmandl
n, full supply of all sizes of the Metulle
burial Caises, Walnut Cases, Caskets, end
Pane C~offns at the old stand known as
J- W. McCREIQ lIT.
dcc 18 Gin
OINEr Tierce new 11ice,
'fwo Itarrels new crop N. 0. Molasses.
Onte P'unchaeon Diemararas Molatses.
one IlIhd pure Trinidad Molasses,
Two lihads 8. ii. Syrup.
Three Boaes Gunpowder and Young
Cheese, Crackers, Sugar, Ceffee, &c.
LOW FOR CASH.
de__ U BEATY &lBR
A L prteswhoae indebted to late
.l'. o., for Guanos purehaed of
them this season wall please call at my a
office and settle for the same by Note.
may 12-1mi Aga.
THE OLD DRUG]
With an entire New Stock of
167 MEJNTING STREET
SUCCESSORS TO TH!E OLD ESTAI
11A (RA L CO., Charleston. 11A V,
JIARRNAL, JUS1 RI' J*
IANNENDER & CO.'S
those Goods to be seon at Dannenbai g's.
few Calicoes Arrived-Old Pr ces
ents handsomo Linin suir. Bo'xitiful
ino of White buslina. Come and meo
Brades and Adger's
t LOT of FRESH SUGARIS
janned Corn and Tomatoes.
Grass Blades to arrive in a
J. M. G ALLOWAY,
fpHE hot weather being now upon us, I
.have supplied my Diar with
1i kinds of cool drinks, ssuch as leo
emonado, 8,'da Cooktail, Milk Punohu,
gg Flipps, Sherry Cobbler, to., &c.
hose wishing a first class drink can get.
Il- [j, J. McCAl.LE~Y'8.
Iattresses, Pioture FrAmos, Pictres and
march 2J It.w IV iu .L.:n'
'Fres8h and Choice OOODS.
CIIAlLESTON, S. c.
1S'fRD 110USN OF 11.4 VIlAND
,ANP), ieisJAY '- CO, Atoytemla, Ga.
U2TCIIEN, NMw YoQrk.
RE GEIY ED!
Early Rose and Goodrielh
Potatoes, White and Red
Onions, Pearl H1om1n1y, Now
Sugar Cured Hms, Fresh
Bolted Meal, Granulated and
On hand, a selected stock
of Family and Plantation
Groceries, which will be sold
cheap, for CASH and CASIL
T. It. ROBER':.N.
TO THE LADIES,
JUST OPENED AT THlE
Dry Goods, Faney Goods aut
ANICIE lot of Ml~inery and Straw
Goods of the I stat, styles, Notions
and Fancy Goods. Inspection solicited,
I will continue to replenish my store witla
tie above goods weekly, during the season.
Mrs. Bloag's personal ate ntion will be
given in the above depart ments,
Just Recceived, Sugar, Molasses, Coffeo.
Meal Grist, Flour, Rice, Lard, Bacon,
Kerosone Oil, Soap, Spie's, Candies, ro.
bacco and Cigara. A full saeok of Dry
G oods, Shoes,
liats, Crockery, and
various othier Gloods on
hand, alt at prices to suit the
times a4. W,, O. 'E ng s
I can Oll bills at short no tioe and mill
may 21 J. 0. BO0A0.
HAVING purcbased the. entire stoek
of Groceries and Liquors at 4he stand
kaown as" "Nelsen & Refo," two deor.
below Hf. L,. Eliott.& Con, I will be hap.
py to serve my old custoaners and friends
and will cell as low for Cash as any house
in Town. My stock .onsiste in part of
2 hhda bacon and bulk sldes and
2 ilerees of choice canvassed hams.
Tennessee loaf lard.
Dolted Meal, Pearl Grist,
Sugars and Coffeas anid Syrup of difer..
Pickles, Salmon, lobsters and canend
'-t l(Comspanora Cigemrs.
1000 Cheroost s Cigars.
A h 1.1 UfO DE$Preuanm o.