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ooourring in hi neighborthood will conf or
a favor by furnishing ifornatiou at 11i
We will send the s ,NIys to auy
-address for the neit TWo MONTHS for
FIFTY CENTS- WO:are on the ev Of
an important canp,igq and wo wish
our poo-ple fully aroused to their
duty. Ile who takes no paper will
.always be behind thd wuid. We
can generally toll by a pdrson's argu
monts and conversation W' hether iue
Jon PiNTINu.--Our office hat been
fitted with all materials necessary
for printing jpbs of every desor.iption.
Bills, Letterheads, Posters,Invitation
and Business Cards &o., &c.
Notice-S. B. Clonwey, C.er: of
Read the advortisemejil in another
colu'in of J. W. Law & Co.
B.Argains-L-udesker & Co.
New Goods-D Lauderdale.
New Arrival,--11 ithers & Dwight.
Jubt Received-D. R. Flenniken.
. Council meeting--W. M. Nelson,
Dissolution Copartnerslip-D. I
New Goods-J. M. Galloway.
-Co-roN.-The market ij dull1
Very little cowin., in. Prices range
from 13J to 13.1.
. g The season for weddifies .
r All quiet through tile county
,No war of rftces yet, in spite of deina.
0:)- The very Lest,0oshon Butter
can be found at Mr. John D. .MoCar
- & The Cotton crop ispoor, and
the pricos is smail. The 8taplo Wold
in Winusboro on Wednesd,aY for 13.}
Lehats. -' -
The County republiwin convention
we hear. will meet abaut tbo. 15th
Ootober. A lively time is dErpected.
D:- The cotton mills at the North
are to couamnce working on phoit
time, and this will- slill further re
duce the pric of -cottoo, we fear.
0 ~By the agricultural ctatistdios
it applears.thitthe corn erop in douth
Carolina is rated at 109, the hialiest
on the list. -
- . a
*4-The -party who borrowed in
umnbrellat with a brass nob en the
handle, from our. office a feiv d.aga
ago, will do us a kitdness by return
. '0er- Wo return thanks -t's the
G!adden's Grove G;ranige for an. ini..
vitation to attend its nicotinug on thae
.. 0 The parade and'pic nio of the
4Iook and. Ladder ComN~any takes
plae on Saturday next, The oflicein
of the Engino Co:npany ate invited.
0 -A juvonilo in Wirnsboero th.e
other day, in speaking~ of the head..
quarters-of the Now York denioci<a
uy, called it "Conatamination JIall."
A good name for it.
. ggr' We trust all our citizens vwill
attend the ruass.meeting -in .*Wiians
bo~ro, to elect delegates to the Stato
Convention. Soveral importitnt ques
tions inay be brought up for di3eus
. ~ It1. may not be genorally known
t,hat County Ciommissioners are lie.
eiiced to give bond for two th'ou
sand dollars. This should ensure
ihe election of good--mn.
Q ~Tbo'1l County.:oa.rd of~ Equali
zaition has completed.its labors. The
aggregate return, of propert.y liaY>ton
raised but lit'.le. We havo niot yet
received the total amount.
Oe We call attention to the ai.
vert,iaement, of,.J. W. Law & Co.
These gentlemen haevo' supplied a
wrant long~ -felL.. Mr, Delatny comeos
highly recomminendoed as-a first class
tailor.., iIe is prepared to furnish
clothing in the latest styles.
Ef We re'turn thanks both to
Mr. J. 0.. Bloag and Mr. G. A.
White for segars. Mr. Bloag has
seve.ral .baintls of fine quality
Mr. White has the "Douro
Buys," madO especially for this wuar
ket. Oive these golentlome a call
and try their stook.
0:'- Every now and then the but
ter market gives out, and thu whole
population presouts a half choked r.p.
pearance. We ftre painfully rewind.
ed of our sehool uays when we were
Ooll.pelled to "eat dry." Fri;ndp,
bring in your butter. Last week
none was to be had for love or mon
There -cens to be a lull in
the canvass. We have interviewed
all the candidatt.s we meet, and
their namO is legion, but can obtain
no infoiniation. Mone,v is searce.
This account. for the oilI. ii the
a:)- Some of the y-uran ladieo
Winnsboro have orguanizdd a babo
ball club. Wo have not heard wheth
er they will accept challenges.
Creighton mado ano'her Home run
Monda; and Tum caught a Ily. Their
names will be entered on th.e roll of
honor of the Natiunal Baso JLAl As
0 :- Jud,ge MAodkey lias drdi'ed S.
13. (lowney, E.-q., Clerk of the
Courc to sumamon tie Gtand Jury of
Faiiiield Countv to appi4. it th.e
Court Ilouse u Thusdld-y, the 1s
October. ' We presume there, will
be an investigatin into the alleged
disorders in the County.
Mr. r . J. (t(' irley li:as just.
received his stodk, Il c.i oi hand
the finest, liuo-.s of i ll prt,. Ifis
eourteiu aid Olicient cleik, Mr.
Sh1ields. G,4d1"ey i. a hot, in himself
aud is nell versed in the art of pru.
p.ring good things fNr tile palates of
his cus,oiere. (live him a Call ceit,
and you are bund to be a repeater
L A r.fle u!ub was formed t few
d;,Ss ago at Jenkinsville, an.l gave
thoewelves the nlail of the JenvI.ins
ville Riflb Club. Tho following oi
cers were elected
Presideut-1) L. Glenn,
Vice-Presidouts-P. M. 13. Holly
and J. M. Kirkland. -
Secretary-P. It. Mayo.
Monr hwaovr.z-:-rs.--Mr. Jno. D.
MOCarley has just filnislhod rm od
oling4 his storc, and is oi. receiving
an extensive stock of Grocuries, Li
quors, &c. Ile has reinuved his bar
to a separate room from the grocery,
whei-e the very. best of Wine.-, Liquor
Ale, Cigars and everything connecet,
ed with a firbt ulas saiple r,Oi esin
ie found. 0 il the groucry depart..
meut be has evt-rything .o lie Wi'shed
for. :lis courtcous n.io genial clerk
Mr. V. It. Catheia t will always be
found ready, to ive cuitoin.els his
herviesa. Our- friends will d io well
to give Mr. MuCarley a call.
O' A i gI;i tho iinroe mPent
made in toewn d uri!.i th e nummer
tsose made by Mr., Boag are amois
prominent, lie ha cosmpl)et.ely re
mnoderedind refitted his store, so
that it is now one of the han.dsomest
in townm. IIis stodh of goods has
beeni increased by. cui-bful selections,
and esery ehert.;hlsi been made to
presenit to his pat iens a first cLus
-N:a. Boag has supplied a general
wanat by tho- introduction . df two
skilful mnodIb&s who i.' furnish la..
d iea appanrel ini t he lte s: tyles. Wo'
aire pleased to see stich progrs iu
( Romember, thsat a amass meet
ing is called- for .sale- d ay in Ou toher.
It is of the greates.t im portatmico ,t hat
we have a rouasing attehidanee. blany
rep)ublican voters are . on .the
fence, and if thme inde.pendent miove
nmeint continues to..develope streng'th,
they will Coneo ove'r like sheep. Let
liiehild rally ent huaiaatioAIly.'
WYe cordially invite all colored
persons to attend, either to paritici
paste in the amieetig or as speetator..
We ivishi the m to igniow what tii
mio4eWaiht meiians. That it is net
to deprive thi.o of their rights, but
iminiely to scure man hoeiism govoe n
mhensty 6tme? that will not steal -frozm
black or white.
g-At a meeting after the ses
siona of the County Uniion on the 12th
threo dlelegates were chosen to- mist
the vote of Fairfield ila the congres
Sifnal convention. This nme tig al.
though cal-led by nU wnm not gener
ally. attended. ; and we see t hat Cin.
Bra ttonm hams ca~lled iinthe iirmeeti g
for th.e-mio purp)ose On ilhe same day
that the mieeting is ca.~led to electl
delegates to the State donvention.
As we thin k io imhproemnt can Ic
alo- up on- thIiia Scictei (Me:,ars
Pirovince, Ehkini and JFeaster) we ad
rise that the. meet ting ,on sale d ay
ratfthis ecletion, nimd tell thiem.to
vte or Kershaw, and to pledge
Fairfield to give him a heavy vote.
Let every body turin ont, and henm
of the groat, headwaj' this honest gov
ernmenat movemeint is maikng.
COUNTY CONVFWroN.-lR' pui
ahee ,of the recommendation of the
Executive Comlmittee of the State
Tlax UiJaon, a Convention of thme oiti.
tzons of Fairfield in favor of an lion
est State governmient ishiereby called
to meet at Winnaboro on Monday
the 5th of October next, to select
delegates to represent the County in
the Convention to be hold in (;oluLn
hia on the 8th of October.
At the same time delegates will
be ehoson for the Congressional Con
vention to be held in Columbia on the
7th of October.
Pres't Cutitnty Ta.k Unior.
A FRou 81VAL.LoWS A ellllE...
Mr. Thomas Powell informs us of
a singular fact of whioh we woro igno
raut that frogs souietimes catch and
devour small chlekons. A few da)h
since, his ohildion hoard a hitn iak
ing a noise, and supposing that a
hawk w..s about, r4n out of the house
to frighten it oF. Seeing nothing
they approached nearer, when they
di,coverod the hen fighting a hu6e
bull frog, which reg.krdles", of-. her
att.uks w as .J..king heo lo,pi nfor
a ll.:dglitg a few weeks old. .'he lit
tie children itteipted run the frog
off, but. failed, anid they thon called
Mr. Powell, to their assi6taioe. Ite
refused to believe thei at tirst, but
still Leai ing the noise, rep .i.ed to tho
spot, where, pure enough, the frog bad
caught the ebichen, and was swallow
iti it. Ilo had gotten it down as
far ias the wings, which stopped it.
Mr. Powell seized a hoe handle a ud
killed the frog. The ehickeu was
theiab--tracted, and ran off as lively
as ever, but badly scared.
We had neyer heard qf such a.
.hi;g before. houbtles., latiy unfledg
ed tahticleer,aic thussacrilied to a
4aky .ti. hunger of erraint frogs. Tais
nig ws green and very largo.
OL. J0OiN ItU0ViN.0oN. -'l8is veto
ra1n naiw ger, will give two grind '.ex.
hihitions in our Town Thurt'day Cot.
21rd. We clip the following from
one of our exchanges
"A. vast and aj; preciating nudienoe
again lilled the tul'umlimth pa'vilIu
last evening. The show is ra.doubi
eudiy one-of the best ever witnensed in
thitf city. It is iupasib o to gi%o an
elaborate description of he iarnifold
at rationS of this ebtablishuent, but
it i piopeCr to say her., that the
exhibiti_n is the vory helut that has
aver' be o'ffered 0.: pocple dt this
vicil'ity. Outside thte attrautijus of
ie ci. ewi periiorin:ace, is a mtend-.
orie in which very rate aimtuals tire
pie.,ented to pubiio vi,w ai,d itt the
same d. pait.itt, are a nuiber of
culiubitles, c(Illeuted at C r a .
pei.,o. The inniaa,;es of tils estab
li.hnent have been t.n vearis in
the buit.e s Ii I have leariled to ad
cotnil odatto their taste to that of ti 0
public. - Ju-,t what the public are
mo1t ijk1t,ttvd ii will always be
found under Robin,ot'i tent's. In
the circus departiituat, will- be see-n
the best taleitt ttain ble."
Kr We have bee - h-.,n ed the
follovinlg lettec by i p:O tinient re
publ,icait of thils euntj.~ We pub
hls it as a sa as>pe of the Ubiam ac
I a i refu rat policy.
lioomsl Ixrcicvie Comm i-r-r.:
RiErutLiI.ic.uN Part'y Sou-riu (Anoi.i N,
Si,t i'I. au authoriaed, by theo ExL
coutivo C.omamitteo of the Repubuli.
canl P.irty, to r'etues.t;a yubcriipti.md
fraozn y,ou for the experie of the
I hav,e the honor to be,
Vecry r'espeetfuilly, &.d
.F. L. CAltI)OYA
Vioc-President Executive- Comue
miittiee Reop ubl ie..t Par t,y S C.
F. L. Ourdoz,a the State tr'easurer
is the person appointed to receive
subscriptions fromt the charitable.
Being bttot trea-iurer hio is an enij;i
nontlj' [it pYorson to pass round the
We ask tho honeset treasurer by
what aut hori.y lie uaes for . partizan
purp,os(-S, enivelhopes r,ta tped "Ex.
eeutive depanrtmient, Office of the Stato
Treasurer' 'hid therefore public
property, .Doco the State foot the
riamp'affn billa'of thea radical pelrty i1
Were those enavclopes ' p.urloined by
ainy other' persaon we wou!ld~ sa.not.h
ing. But the t'c.asul'-er is cuoh a
parngon of hoenestly ald '4irtue, (we'
have it from t.he very'best autihority,
lie says so) himself, ) that wo~ are
asup:ised to detect him in stu.bb
lift'le peocadillost. We uro not :per,
t.onah, n,o aaku o "i iuc'd
but merciely sk, "WVhy ia this thus l'
PAre.On' 'btii IIOOl & LA.JDDERt
CoezraN.-Tfhis Lroe compjanty cole
birated its anuivers.ary oa Saturd'ay
by a parhde and plo. nio. T1he coon
pany, proe.ded1h the colored h:and,
nmarchied fromt the truck house& in
front of the Court Iouse and halted.
Hlere a beautif'ul-banner was pre
sented to . the -com planly in a tieat
speech b5 G.eorge.I)illard, who told
then:a they were the protectors of the
towun, and that they maust ribtain the
conifidencee of the citizens by beig
always on. the alert, and, rallying
promptly at the tap of the fire bell.
lie felt a pride in his r'ae tij,on aueh
occasions as ihis,;which showed that
true worth existed beneath ie- dark
skin. A fter other repsarka whieh we
havd not spaetl t'o mentiobn' he 'pio
8ent0d the batner to the * aptain
Johni Roe. lie reApondad, iti behalf
of his eomipan,y, that they would ever
b-o true to their banner, and would
work faithfally wheni duty call
td. He then gave the banner in
oharge to Vinson Butler, % i
The company then repaired to the
grove near John D. Smart's, and
gave themselvOs up to enjoywent till
dinner. A substantial repast was
furnished. Several white citiats
were.present.a d wvei-o treated With
the gieatest hospitality. After dlia
ner the local was alled on for a
speec,.and made a few reinarks of
approbation '4n fien4sh1i) wlieb'
wero responded te by U.A'pt. Roo.
The festivities were kept up till
The dimipany prcsent'ed a hand.
some uppearaiec. Ttley will do
yem)uj%n work in case of fire. Wo
are nuch pleabud to bee 80s
prise on the part of our uclureki
K7- Judge Mackey his% suming\nod
the g:iand jury of FAirfiold to meet i
\\i,.n,eborTo on the let October, t.
iUv#tsti1,atU the alleged p'lot i) the
Brice neighborbood. Witiie.:ses )iaye
been bound ovtr to appear; uao.ig
themn, A. 8. W allaco add T('g.(..ave,t
der, an editor-.uf the Uiii-fleral.
who is Paid to- have Icard U. S. .\Iar
thall, Wulliad- ray'that p plot- ext4.
ed anoug' tl blaoks tb inudol 'tlfjo
whites. Judge Mackey clains ti.t
the aliegatio,n of .0ongressmun Wal
lace %vas Naie, utd'actd4tt'd by b.e
u!;%e, 11o beliov'e th t WallaeO
spicud the report in order 'Ao incite
a few ruab whites to kill ivntoe ef 'M
b . that he could thUU c-ll
upon the U. S. troops to .muake whole.
salo treetts, of consrviAives, aid
kcep them Incarcerated until *after
the olectivi, thereby havi.ng hitilseli
elected. Th is in a grave :charge
againtt \Vallacb, and if proven,
it Mbould damn him ovgraotingly. '
vallace is in an unenviablo* poi.
tion. If this report 1b fulso, thin
he is clilminally culpable for qjfread
ing it. If it, be true, thou Wallaui
is responsibie, for he incited tilo
blauks to violence by his cartridg"e
box speeches. IIe is criminally
culp tble for running- away like a
coward from the neighborhood, in.
stead of going among his cunstitu.
eits and quieting the disturbance.
Ether horn of the dileinma will ruin
hiai. The colored Occold will begin
to discover the ehnracter,f the mai
%0h0n they have elevated to dffieo,
and who thus sends-them into dunger,
or sladers themn beforojho world.
Thd days Of Wallace are numbered,
if KerbLaw id Dominated, hd sh en
ergetic. canvass is made. Judge
Mackey says he will stump the dib
rict for Kerhhaw.
A q,.rd to the Publlio.
Raving heard that a malicious re
poi t has been circulaed through the
County to the effect that I have been
supplying ammuiiition to the colored
peopie to be uted against. the whites,
I p'noua.e it false in every partiou
Iar; I dea'ire peace .,and harmony
bet%cen tie races. ,4py assortion
to the contrary by aniy person whom.
soever is utterly filac. .
W. J. CRAWFORD.
'l i1lE Grand Jury of Fairfield Cquuity
.are hereb.ly notified to be andape,
at an~ adjo(urned Torms of tho Court qf
General ~sesions,.io be hiohlen at WVinna
bro Court Ilose -on the first' Thluday
in octobe,r next, ut 10 o'clock in the fore
o. i. Thoo'paon, JT. Rt. Stirling. J1. W.
ieCreight. Fquire hlal, J. C. liaigood,
lleury Ansderson. i1. J. McCariey, Jhoi
MclCorkie, W. J lierr.on, Bens Tidweil,
Fred Steelo, April Russell. Wan. Maddison,
A. McKenzie, T. J. ii, .lones, Geo. Shel.
I oi, Plhilip ,La,kins.
8. B. CLoWNEY,
sept 20-f lx1 i Clerk pf Court.
I ' N
I am making a SPECIALTY
of this Ueleb)rated Brand of
Cig:rs, and Guarantee a Good
TIeh Thtousan4 JtisLi Neceived.
DIfssolutlon of IPartniers$Ip.
rg IlEcopartnorshsip heretofore existing
Lunder ths.nario-.of D. IR. 01adney &
Co., Is dissolved by the dea41h,of E. IM.
Murphy. otto 6f tho .dopartnoru .Tlge
bese will beocontinu ,d b3 the undoi
signed ip Ihis .o.wa,anQ.qred on his o-wn
account. . . . -'. >
,41) parona baring d.e.m an te agist t he
Jtt. lr a, of t0.- R. Oladniey'. Co.j win~
send thorn in, at oneg, an~d thse insdebaed
will miake - pyment to the unideraign'ed
without. delasy,.as the buasinessof..the firin
moust be settled. D, Rt. OLAD)NEY,
sept 24 Survivor.
Where"'you can gel GoQds
Cheaper than were
f4 Drese, Goods,
g,> ~ HasHrcey
-- o --
Wocl eilafeito oahnsm
in o C alo esilo Va, W ot
hilsC ssm ::, nlhndon -igna
oating, also differnt sty -1 rfac
0usm/ o 'ne ilo'wihw r
80 9- ----
'iOICE . L2.iaVo S&os c'o.ee
lToWhon n ecr,yinusayun.,
inafra rry oose.
* ath n s liinef. I.Ol t in Goody,07
Go)c Neerarhs aothersplr, rm.
dr I atWhis ko ry ,n- l oaan
Pu.o old.N C. amotc~i lur (Vi)enonoky
Minokf( irry , nger and.h er Irnis
Sherry n1 P'ort W' inLe. - i vi e&w
'o rove t L icinr , pcay u t
nein any~3Ij Goods in my lio wll to
r)I1 $$ 3 11 .T . M c A RO(LI-:Yll
NEW GOO) ZN~ThiDS.
Ja.,SY 1d gatmen t kun of
in afirs borught forCSe .
Whe ni.e tei nsecin f l.pr n
wihi o buy . choia'p and ur blo good, s
toea lni a , C.rac 'ioi il
lllck.ory,iib .su ier LU E AaLES .
.laryna- 'n Win. O O.
OLD JOHN ROBINSON'S
GFvEA T WOR L'8 EXPOSITION
AM]ElltCA'S VETERAN MANAGER.
The Monarch ofA ImUsellelt ! M y liight, 110 one A110re Diqputo.
THIS CONCERN IS COLLOSSAL IN all its PHOPORTIONS I
timlpossibi(. to t1uove) by theo ordinary mean0I sadopt by SM A LLEll CON
C HINS, it relitire., many Speci il Tr in to tran, ort th in (olssI o f all
E",xhiiiti6on which contain; 'I'1T4WAN)N O1 LIVING ANiALS,
Myriadsof liirds, (oloRics (of Moloky, whools (it Amphibia, Miil h of Itop
til.'s, ombracing tho L.irgest and Mu.it Complato
MENAGEBIE AVIARY AND AOUARIUM I
1N T IlN WOlthD, CONTAINING LIVINt S'EAIMENS OF OUR
R,E ATOR'S (4 RE A T ItAND1LTOI,
'-fliy went i i, i wo by I wo, utl o Noth il o I to A rk,
T I-,, mokai. 11I.1 11" r.,...... .. , ... 1 .. ,.- .,...,......... 1-1 N i
AMoig which are tho
lowing 8 pe 0 i aI
Noveltie., which we
- uaantcc to Exhil.
- it, or the. Money will
IVIARKWEIL THESE LNESn
We will Exh%ibit A t3eauh Place TRE GI.EATV SHlOW visits
A IERD OF LIVINA UIR1A1FFES COSTIN1 $,000 IN UO1jD!
OR T111i%, MONEY ,E'UNDE 1)
A flank Sualran hinocoro, ! ()Ir thic Money Refunded ! T5o Largnd6
lu-formiiig Eicplint in A mcrinat I Or the Mloniey refunded ! A Giant O.
tril, 1-.0 font high ! Or t,h * mn1my refuidod ! Mountor Stm Lions ! Or tho
Money refiuied ! A 13 florniod and1 3 Eyed Bovino from tho Loly Lxid !
The OIly One Evor Jhibital ! Or the money IRfundo-1 iThe-so aro Spo
uiJl futuri that aro not owim or ountrollod by any other travuling exhibi.
tion , in additipon to which i. .10
S T RI C TLY MORAL CIBR CU !
GREATE""ST SHOW ON EARTH I
Lviitg ione and
1,iV J it W ii I (I , Tigorti Loomo in
kluastgi p0"I Atro the Stroeta I A
Bilds. 5,000 Alli- display of over 2
muto and Loani- milos i.11 length
mato Culri-:tios. introducing as
60 1)i Iliiitiv0 endless number
l'ic;. 1,0. 000u of brilliant and
. ndbe ifully dco.
.40 .\uician. 100 crated cages, eno
P!l 1'orformeors. tlls pnd vans,
20 .Lady. It iderti, cotaining my,
I'Alropeal Celeb- Visb. ollotions.
riti. O sgo, of BeAatst BIr
of Wild oa6t. 5 ptiles and Be
eu.. t inIIg $1,0
Pugeitt. A. tit ui o 0 b
of sp0ndor and
c'lnce, Ilut oftoer
thanl oloco inl P
Two Brass3ands, P*oitnr Musooian
D001tS3 OPEN AT 12:301P. 1!.
ONE TIICKET ADM1ITS TO THIE ENTIR14 ENTEUTAINMEN
DON'T F01101'T 1 HE D)AY-WNNSBORo, Oct. 22 rCOL"IMlta
Nveduesday) Oct. 21; WIESTER) Frid;ty,l 0A. 231.
Admission 75 conti. Caildron undbr eayears 5i cocs.