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will not be notieti, unless acoompanied
by the real nan'o of the wrter.
AgW' Wo 're not responsiblefor the opin
ios of correspondents.
gf- liereafter no LOCAL NOTICES
will be inserted it our columns exoep
upon payment of TEN CEN TS a line.
gi&- Any person in the Coun(y having
knowledge of any circunstanco of interest
occurring in, his neigl?.4orh6od ivill confer
a.favor yy furnishing information at this
Jon PINTINo.-Our office lias been
iitted with alI inaterials necessary
for printing ob3 of every. descripton'.
Bills, Lotterhids, Posters,invitation
and Busiiess Cards &a;, &'.
A. 1. Wallace has boon unani.
mously re-nomiintc 'rto 'Co'ngress.
C3- We beg to return thanks to
Mr. R. S. Desorites for copio, of late
'- Judge Mackey went for
'Chamberlain heart an'd soul. This
is what the Judge calls reform.
g Forty deaths ih. Charleston
for the week endig the 5t-h-whitOs
13 ; colored 27.
'- A mule runaway enlivened
the Town a few evenings ag'o'. No
da inage done.
tAi-.-The i-st iustalient of the
equinoctial rains was'tivon us yester
day. After the long rodht i was
The city fathies ought to sce
that the condu16 pipos of the new
Ciasiei-i are put up. Delays in such
iattere, are daugorous.
b:- A hestile meeting took place
-ysterday between John Green and
'oseph Stark. Pistols and bott1e
worn the weapons. Nobody hurt.
ggf The merchants are starting
on their fall tril.s North. Diessrs
Jas. W. Law, I.. 'N. Withers and
Oco. H1. MblSaster left oh Thui's
By refei ence to otir editorial
eQlumns it will be seen that the Ito
publican convention have nominated
). 1H. Chamberlain for Governor;
We wih now that we held some frau
'dulent bonds. .
O7r Mr. M. Roe hs laid upon
our table a curiosity in the shape of
h rook. It re.s cubIes a lot of lumi-a
of loaf sugar utelted aud stuck to..
gether, can some190 'reki Lt," tell us
what kind of v. rock it i?.
IMPORTANT No-ric-.--The County
Union meets in the Thespian Hall
Saturday the 13th at 11.30 A. M.
A full attendaneo is ! quested.
T1he County 16xecu',ive C.jmmittee,
nieets at 10 A. M.
.Drrrntenu.-TJhis di endful disease
is prevailing to soe e:tent 'n tow
Mr. J. W. McGreight and his~ thrco
children are aflicted wLh it, but we
are glad to say they ar e not danger
ETURnsa.-HLon. Jas. B. McCants
Jas. 0. MeCants, Esq., and Capt.,
W. D). Aiken have returned. These
gentlemen report the mselves as hav
ing had a delightful time, and are
lookting much improved by their
BoARD oF EQUALIZATIoN.-Tlhe
County Board of Equaljzation is now
in sess'on, and are fairly at their
work. All parties dihsatistied with
the valitation of their prbporty
should apply to this Board.
SWe refer our readers toi the
Editorial Correspondence in another
bolumn, where wIll,be fo'und an in.
teresting account of the proceedings
bf thb Tax Payers~convention and the
Republican State Convention.
SW e had thme pleasute 6f ineet
ing in our office, yesterday, Rtoswell
T. Logan, Esq., of LIth Rmul Cnio
l inianm. We coidlally recommend
the Carolinian to tlie planters of ,this
county. li is without doubt the bent
pgrie ultural' jour nal in the country.
o~-Mr. .1as. H aiLhcock lost two
c hildrem' last week ffomu dipthierir,
The littlo ones died withiu twelve
hours of ea ch other. Wr.,W m,
Robinson of Jackson's Creek also lo.st
a child Suhday from tho same dlis.
W ~~ e undemstarnd that there
will be a bolt froati the regular re.
publican' e'ouvention held in Columi
bia Iast deok. The Gi on dolegateE
nr opposed to fascarrty 6ised bj
Iratterson, Chambehrlain and Co.
o4 V were- uiistumformed an t<
the deer hunt on Dutchmians Creel
last week. There were five dec
killed instead of four. Of these Mir
ID. J. Soigler and J. iB. Walke
killed onek piece.
R- Rdgeway received 'her first
bale of now eottou last Fr'iday. It wa
sold by Acquilla Harrison to Mr. D,
11. Rtuff for 10% cents. class low tnid.
Several other bales wcro bola the
the same day at 14 to 14j-.
AV The Abbeville Med'i n1n1
nates [Hon. W. D. Simpson of Laurent
for Uon'grea, an'd folloi :IUt thi
nomination by 'Ngeting a 'conven
tion of all the political elemonts i'i
that district to sup'port and oary o06
IlcenuiK ut.-The stroot in fr'6l
of the Fairield F. I. House Is B'i
blocked up tha, in the event 'f
fire there would be considerable de.
lay in getting the . engine out. The
obstruction3 should be at ono ro
0:- About forty of the $abre
Olub werve 6at on hoiose-back for drill
ad instruotion last ion,day evohig,
uuder Vice-Presidents Ellison, Mo
Cai l.y and , Itobertson. They drilled
splendidly for, the fltt trial, and will
no doubt, undor suoh oftiOcrs be One
of the best drilled el.ub' ih the State;,
0' Mr. 'G. A. Whito has 'Ordek-ed
severv! thousand lino igars, and
has bad them stamped "The 'Boro
toys." Ho says,tho ioqson bo.. gave
them this name is bceadse tliey will
have the right kind of "grit in
0- in an'otia rolun A wiil bi
found the advertisnci t of -Vhe buch
Eye Dcc II,ve. This, hive is, with
out doubt, the bi now offteed to the
public,rnd no oneraiwing beessh6uld
be without this hiy...
INTrERNAL IMIR0vkdM ENi'.-Messr
McMaster & Brice have enlarged
their .ore, addidg, greatly to its bh.
pacity and convenience.
MNr. W, U.,0tlelglkt, h11as.,lItoly. ut
in opcration a planing machine,
wh;eh in a few minutes cin dd the
work of houi's.
0*" We iarn from thi Rdbk Hill
Grange that Mr. Geo. A. White out
nterprisieng &aker and Confectioner
bas branched off, and will oi oien
a branch store in Roack 11111. The
Itobk liiilians iy rbst assured .thal
under the supervibion of Mr. Mile.
they will be well supplied with every
hiu in Mr. White'a.line.
y From several portions of thi
County we learn from the most re,
liable farmers that therle oill.not be
more than a half crop of cotton madc
this year.. Th;re is t goqd July cro
on the stalk but the.diouth. followed
,-y. ibe wet spell, cut off the Augud
crop. The Corn crop is extra fine,
and enough will be made to sO'ppl)
the conutry. ..
-. free lectitfe bi Ol!. J. P
TIhumaS Otn the. Fast, present and fu
tLore (,f South Carolina will be givei
at 'lhespi&n Hall on, Thraday en
ing next, at 8 o'clock. The public
especially the ladies ahd sch,ools, .ar
respectfully hitiited toi 6.ttepd., Tb'
rar. abilitien ,ripe, scholarshiji ant
well known el9tpgenos of the speaker
added to his stlpreme detion to.th
Staite of his tfatielty a pd mnanhdod
prime, justify .us tin lpoling forwari
to .an entertaiment of unusual at
Of' The subordinate Uni c
township No.',10 is as follows:
iPresidetit-John W. ifobfnsoi~.
Vice Prest.-I-i. A.. d ienti
Sec.-II. A. Gibson.
Hobinsona, II. A. Glenn, I9. 0. Trap]
James Tintokler, David Mdnn. Del
kates', 3. W. Robinson, cihair. 2;
Cenm. H. A. Gibson, A. 1P. lrby, atr
0. 1H..Sor uggs. The Union numwbei
48 ine mb6rs.
Cuuan DEDICATION.-The ne
'th.odis.t Church iti this place. *i
(D). V.)'bo didicatedf to shb seifde.
God on Sunday, the 20th inst. TlI
Roe. WVhitefoord Smith, D. D.,
WVofford bolfego is , espeCtdLi
preach tbe sermnon at 11 o'clock A. I
Tho public are invited to atteua
T1he v arious. Sunday -Sohouls .of t1
placo are alsb' invited to'atono1
Sunday-Sohool mass meeting at hal
past three o'clock .in the Afternoo
Addresses from Prof. J. H. Car'li
and Dr; Sajiith are e 'pooted.
COTTON MAntKF.T.-Wo dan sbarc
Iy say mthore in telatio'n to tlo~ cotic
market, than, that it is fairly opene
Some 8 or 10 Bales sold this wee
at a dechdedlgf lo*er ffgdre th'an'*1h
was paid for the first bale-the ri
tng prioe toi- thle bedb article bei
l4cts whilst quotations in Charlest,
are 14[ to.15, and iir News York "I
anmiddlings" command best 1601
r there apipears to bo no money for t
abuyer at these figures, and It is pm
r sumed that no advance is likely
n'ccui for the present.'
INCENDIARY SPEE9o1 OV J UNE Mon
LEY.-',u7'o Mo'bloy wai in Wi'ens
boio ditritfg the etoling'of th con
'vention, and made an inoeudiar3
speech Thursday. He is reportod 'al
having told his hear'ers to put n<
white inan in office, to place oo'lore<
men in eve,ry vacant office this year
and next tI o t'o Ell all the rest
from Soriff, doivn. The people n
Vairefld are behind the rest of thi
State, In ha'ving white oI1cials. Ti
a question, "How O.pn we get alon,
tii iay ' lie said, '"There aro i
plonty of white *'icn who vill worl
as 'lerks. I am Auditor of Union
abd that's the way I do. Xou, hav
a Sheriff an'd De'puty in F airfield
both wB'!te. Lp. there n6 on i
your own color brave enough to ilaki
arrests '' i1e wanted an out au<
out black government. Atkd yet tho
whites tre the ones' says Pett.ion
Who incite rate prejudices.
TnE STATE ONv6ETION.-Th
6adical Gubernatorial Gonvcntior
tnet o Tu'esday in Coluibia. Dele
gates present from e'very county
Six countNs bent contesting dele
gates. It. Q. lliott oallcd the con
vonidon to order. A tempornry or
ganization was cieoted by the elee
tion of C. M. Wilder, the Aolorc
o$sl'i aster of olumbia, o yer llliott
by a vote of 8 to 18. Elliott ropra
Vented the Chamberlain ring
Wilder was elected by those dole
geate not pledged to any 'pandidate
A log wrangle tensed over the ap.
pointment of a comniittoe on oreden.
tials, pending k:hiqh, the edriventiot
adjourned till 10 A. M., Wcdncday,
The meeting, was characterized b.y
scenes o' violence. Chalyberlaii
frien'ds were*depre-.ed by the oppo
sitioil showil to him.
SNiDAk SCnoHO. P10 Ni.-Or
Tuesday, the .cachers and' c4ildreu
of 'he dificidn Sunday Sc!6o!s had
a, pie nie in the wo6ds in re.r of th<
,Presbyterian Church. At in carij
hour the littlb folks, attended b3
their tbachers and friends dollecte
at the tip ointed place, and gavi
tbefisel es 'up to pl'casuro. Switigi
aid "flying jinnies" had bcen put up
for the a'aaller children, while ib<
older peojlb amuseq themselvas witi
,3roquet and ,oher .gaili'b. Th<
scholars sang several of the!r byinm
with spirit, after which all repairec
to the tabics where a bount;ful re
past bad been sproad. Thie bani
discoursed sweet music. A gaitic c
base ball was made ua later it the
The Childreb had a delightfu
WIve regret that by our mistake i
generkl invitation to the public wat
not giveu previous to the pie nic.
FANcy FAMILY GnoCzR.-We ar(
gratified in bcing.a4le,to refer oui
readeis to the adiVtisaekA of oul
old and k.eeited Merchant . Jane
It. Aiken, who after a mercantilo
experience of somne Forty Years ha,
opened What baa longsbona.lidera
t um to tlhe. Uoro.' tiz i aFrot clas,
Family Groecery" in connection witi
whichi, will also be found every thtini
desired for the planta,tion; from
corn,pob.tp t ga titIll, or evenii
,steam engine if ndeessarj- We rr
Spleased to know, that .during the
season,.families canl be supplied ivit1
every thing, or uhiy thing, in the eat,
I. ingilinp that. can desired.. Mr. A
, will aluQ continue the business o
a puro3bhsing gottotl, and we are in
a forine.d, will ma.ke advances on cot
ton.to be held until next April.
The best feature in the advertise
mient ifl pur opinion 1s-that "hu
does not profess to .itndqrsoll .an
respctal4e i.orebant," bydd oni
wvhat will eCure a fair and honei
business, "on the sqjuaro." Hlis it
tegrity and past .experiedce aliotil
cortaifily cornald for liim, a libera
share of patronage which we trust h,
may.,recei'se, as.for this local, it, w
not solicited, but, our ty pe-stieke
~'will take pay in sundry good thin1
d MOg.T , NT TOrAXAtEn8-Tl
eBoard of Equalization meets on 101
Scotemnbr, ,and will continue i
w sesSion about twenty days. A
II persons phose returns werera
of were orderodd to apea on ahe1c
e This wa~s an absurd or'der, as
~f wodld result in oc'nsing several hu
odred t :tpafei-a to hang day aft
z. da9 aitfd the oec. ...
j. Ueloie Mr'. Davidson's deathi
ue .suggested that certain days be a
.j poi..ted for each townshiy and a
j. vertised. The suggestion w
n. thought good but no one adve:tiso
We(e have sden .Mr. DYu'vall, ho sa
the returns will be taken in alph
betical order, instead of by tou
e. ships. Bilt ho has goune to (Onu ml
>-without insertiug .an adver'tise me'
m We therefore sgggest that those ta
d. payers dhope famnes begins with
k, appepi, on te 1011,' let the B's appi
at on the let, C's on the 12di. As,
1. I 2th will b,e a publie. day, the furth
distribution of the timie can' be the
an The teturns cann'ot 1k rdiied uii,
flY out a pY:rsbndl insp&ction'of'llie prop<
as. t. , .
ho About eight hundred taxpayi
have negleted to make tbeir retni
** and by the law, the Auditor 1
to ad ded 50 per cent to there retum
'of last year.
15EA.D, Meat, and Condiments o' the
of plca*641g the fancy,d gratif
tideous-To be continual
V1.: 'C. I. RUacon Sides,
Do, b5ry Salt, Shoulders, Jowls,
?ot.tc(<l H am an'd Tonnu.e.
Y. Oysters in Glass Jars.
Norfolk Do, Cans. .
"Extra" lFamily Mlackcrel.
Gosh'en Butter and Lard.
N. Y. Canal Flour "Extra."i
N. Y. Family and Su'pcraine.
Corn Mealand Grist.
Rice, Corn Starch.
Mlaccaront and Vermacelli.
Viair, Piino, and Mboice Rio La
Cut Loaf, Crushed, Pulverized
Imperial, Gun powder and 1Ii
.Silyer. [)a ip, S-.gar House, and
N. U. Demei-aa a-Id black strap
Pepper, Spice, Nutimngs, Ciblaion,
Aunoid, EnglitJi Walnuts, Pecans,
Applcs, Corn, tas, Touiatotes &c. in
Pickles, and Sauces, Vinegar &c., Ccl
Mutn1d, i:d Jalad Oil. Adamantir
Litundiy, Erasive, Castile, PeIfurtned
lint. Engli6h, Pline Apple and Edam Cl
bacco of evci-y g..adc and quality. Al
Congress Water, &c. Blacking, Mate
&c., with a great variety of Fancy shel
Baggibg of three kinds. T'ies, Twine,
The uLdersigned does not pretend t
repular t aide." iut will at leat iail
variety of Family Groceries alway4 on
cd to the Citizens, of Faiifeld, and Wi
N. I'. I have taken charge of the
Roberts(n Etq., and will be in the Col
Advances made en c(nsignnc-ts.
xsax t I im tL
4Cw*X:L C:> XT - V3
a ..- - -
IIIt ul oko e G oso l
"t 10r.ca ho t.re10 Wts
hay aNOP sLNSi
h BES PIENT O CA LICO0AN
10 Ti E 1T0 ctE.
j'- AMI Y 0ghs toese h C.
as CONNOR, CLONE 1 00.,
n CALLNSboro LS C
irst order, and selected with a viaw
ying the teto,of thq piost faa.
ly kupt on band, and
lyj fresh from
Fulton Market Beef.
Dried (Canvassed) Do.
Pickled Pigs Feet. .
loulogna Sausage,s, l1uhalo 'g us.
blook Turtle, .Oans.
Salmon %nd Lobsters.
Smoked, Sugar cured Stripe.
G ihrgor and Lemon Cahbs.
Soda anu Butter. Crackers.
Nic-nack and Wine,bifcuit.
Yeast Powders &o. &c.
1uira and Java Coffee's.
and Granulated Sugat-s.
linger, Cloves, and 1ace. lasinsi
Prunes, &e. Pears Poaches,. Pine
Jano. English French and American
ary, Chow-Chow, Picalilli, Capers,
e, Wx Perafihe, dnd Spern Candle
aid 'lllet .oa'ps. American Dairy
icese. Cigars from ) to 20 each. ''o.
C, Porter; Cider ubd Champaigne,
ies, Axle Grease, Extracts, Salt'
Bags Etc. Corn, Ilay, 'Uorn Meal,
ts & &c.
o say, "IIe can or will utdersell the
e an hovest eWort to keep a g'reater
hapd, thap hyavo eer yet been offer
11 Loll them at a reason'ible Prolit.
ES R. AIKEN.
store lately ocoupied by '1'. hoss
,ton Market after th ist. of October.
Irish Linn Bleaiched and
Irown oniespun, Plaid
Osabr, Jen &c.
G)oldates Eti;ci;, Latiidry and
Best wvhite Leali 00101'-s, Var..
nishecs, Window Gfass,
MclMAST ER & BR ICEi
ltireases, Plotur~ Vrames, Pf~stureb as
ma re I R. PllL[4LE3.
DUlE *EST FEdALE OL
VXTEENTII year opens first benda;
in october.-. Pull Faculty.' 'l'ulo
and hoard including.fuel and washing pe
annum $177.00 In three payments.
.send for Catalogue.
I'ONNOR &0 IAltDLEIt
EUEGANT Tt A 'ET*.
NA c i,
CJall an.CI. e e TJ0.
t(h . 20th of 1lQvoniber I purchased
0 th icnterest of A. F.G oo'ling in tho
Winnboro Livery Stable% -All horse hire,
buggy hire, and horso feed will be CASH.
This rule will bo strictly adhered to. .
will alfiays kecp oil hand good saddle and
buggy horpes, also carriages and bugg
for hire, Tho patronato of tle publi
I 11. T. TERRI
A *FINE lot 6f Vesh 6'roceriem, .jum
receivod by Johii D. MoCarloy., consistivg
of 2 Cpiiits Cabbag-.
2 .11 Sidl, f1errin.
2 bbls. No . ".acker'el,
o do.en lits 'No. 1, 2 and 3,
Algo a lot ofCondan ed Cod Pioh for
Family use, which 1can. iecommend fro.4
irxperiene, . Coffee anid -8i,r. or all
Gradbi., Lar1, Bacon and: IIais, R. C
Mountain lBiltter; Cheese and Crackers o
all kivids -Meal, 11om1iny and Flour of t to
best grades. Al3o Ca.med .Gnods:'of 1.1
kinds, Oysiqrq, Car ned le-105es gnd P1i 'a
Apls, Tdn.iat'es Catsi~i, Sardinen~r, a 1
American Club Fish. Everylthingaj thal o ui
bo hid in a irst c1.1.95 Grocer.y,-and alse 1,
line lot of Leal's' Ti ist To~bacco, ) ,t" 0i
P'igaro Cipra and otiir rides, ai~lty br,1
of all. constantly on hand~ I,he best. quali y
oif !quors -h at, oin le b . ad. NaLian
(Onbinei, Jurl:e's 1 lye, and Lynchbu' g
taye,. Neldon Co., K(entucky laye,-thatt or si
iot be excelled. Comei auid'try for you -
nelves and be your owu judge.
-John D). McCarleg'.
TO THE LA DIES
Jf!ST OIND ATi TIIiN
nP. y (Aoods, Fancy Ooods niti
tCE~ 10o.. of Millinery and Straw
AogdJoqNf theI I sIept styles,Nton
pi P anoy Go. Jnspectiopn solicited
I m ti continue.to replenish ipy iloro wiLl:
leh,ovoy goode weekly, during thoseason,
Mr.4 hBoag'si personal attenitioni will bc
vt n itho above departments,
Jttud tleOcihved, Siugai', Molasses, Coffee
Moeat Grist, Flour, Ri1ce, Lard, -Bacon
lKerosene Oil, Soap, Xpicos9, Candles, ro
baco.' and Cigars. A full stock of' Dr;
(. oC' he, Shoes, ..
f lats, (Irochtery, and
various.other Goods on
hand, all at prices to suIt lh
timo at a'. CN. 'Eott,'
16 tmn fill bills at shiort notic and ml
mg 2i J. 0. BOAG*.
Fruit Jars i F1 ttit Jars!
.LV nice lot of the I?ason Liproved ar
(.em FruIt . Jar,s
.lusL ReceIved at..
r A fresh supply of 'furailp Seed, et
braolnd all of the belt varIetIes,
~~ b, LAUDERIDALE.
J. W. LAW 1& 0.
A Supply of
EW nLL PRINTS.
BAGGING AND TIES'
ATTENTION IS CALLEd
J. Wt 3AW CO.
200 LIS, Arnaoricin Candy assorted.
1 bbl. Ginger Snaps,
1 " Scda Crackers.
U; C1. DCsp6rtos & (76.
Motrd'? Patent Lock Ties;
ea-uLet 'tEoo 4i-.-V-e L.
A-lot of the above 0.tt0h Ties. Th
~arc undoubtedly the best In us:
quieker piit on, hav6 'greater streng
;t,an any othier Tid and can be used
any siked bale. Try a bunch and he 00
F or sale lo w by
aug 11 . R J. MoCAIRLEY.
MAJ. T. WV. Woodward. President of
he State Agricultural and Mechani
cal Socity. ..
Gen. Jo. .,Bratton.
Col, Jas, i1. Rion,..
Capt. Jtus. P. Motio,
Catpt... Jas. Btety.
D)r. T. T. Rob$ertsori,
li, Elder, Esq4
8J. Wolfe, Esq. --
Joel A. Copes, Esq.
Anid many others have the I'Eclipse
Steata Washer"~ used, ior- theim. family
washing and commend it, to the publio.
1200T AND SHIOE
- -. HiAV ING procured Ith
very best Meohanlos in
tie country, I feel wail
-ranted in .'saying- that l'
e an furniph as noat3OOT
. or' -8HOP' 's any Shopa
ini th.,8outh. M4h worke
warran'ted to' give satisfaction, My Shop
is next door to F. Ger:g's Saddl4rya
mar 19 8. M,0ILBERT: -
Theii State of' South Carollity
FAIRFIEL,D C0UNTY.. *
IBy W. M. N/EL8ON,, Rtg.,4Pribb~ Judge. 3
W HA I ERtEAS, :Samuol A. Mrhyhal
-'V made suit to meS, 1o grant'h ir Lot.
t.ens of Admimnssieatlo*i of theo Estat.o-.end,
effec~ts .of Ephraim M, Murpby, deceased.
.. These are the. efore to aito and--adtnonish
all and singulat .$hgkindeed adoreditors of
.the t said :EphrqinM g.4Muphyr' deceased,'.
,h at t hey bo an dppe r beforie, in 'tho..
,,ourtof,.'robat@ to be .heTlibat, Fairfield
-G(ourt, lose, si C, on the -174h dlay of Seps
t.emler next, aflter publicatIon hereof, at 11'
o'clook In the .foronoot, to show' cause -if
antciy have, why the said Amninistra.
tion shud net, be grant-ed.r
Given unider my hand, this 81st day of
August, A D). 1874...
W, M. MI,FON, .
d sept 1-tlx2 P. F. 0:
-. "I .R. W. B. Creight Is -pctting up a
.LLNebt,f, and Goodrich Gin anda
-Smith Cotton Press at hi gin house noSe:
- Depot.- Ho will take pleasure In shoifring.
them to all who are inuterested. E.x..
amine them before purchasing elsewhere'.
uai r1..1m for Gins and Pres%da