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will not be noloed unless aooompaiiied
by the real name of the Wrlter.
SW We tre aot'respoftsible r theopln
tons of correspondiahi m
XW1- .1lereafter no LOCAL NOTIOES
%will be inserjed In pu.r columns amep
upon payment of Tl4 C9NSTS a line.
SWa Any porso la the County having
tno-tildge of ay 01re0it anoe of Interest
o6ourrisn in his muightborhood will confor
* ftor by furAishing information at this
V %Vill send tha Ni.ws to any
%ddress 'or the next tWo bloTR for
V1Ti OENTS- We are (in the eve of
an important campaign and to wish
our people tally aroiled to their
doty. tie who takos no paper will
always be behind the world. We
van generally tell by a porson)s argu
mots and couversntion Whether he
0:T Gen. I. f1. Kershaw speaks in
Winnsboro> -Ootober 22d, and Ridge.
way,, October .23d.
Sheriff'h Sale--L. W. Duvall..
IM'eetiug of Fire Company.
.-Annual Meeting of 'onnty Com
Cheap -Stom7- Landeoker & Co.
Notice to inainagers of election.
Just Rooived-R. J. AoCarlay,
Phosphates-Beaty & Bro,
. Auction S.le-A. S. Douglase,
New Goods-Land-eAer & Co.
Neiv Calicoes-Dannenberg & Co.
Read MuMstor & Brice's adver
Don't fail to read . C. Squier &
H undreds of wild pigeons
Were killed around town hast week.
We are under obligation - to
Mr. M. Rowe for-a "mesa" of extra
tV- .The L-ondon Times nas
"where is all the cotton gone ?" Our
"devil" nays he knows but hn don't
like to tell.
Joseph stark, a oolored yo.6W,
was aent'to jail yest6rday, for twlnty
day b.y Justice Markey.for stealing"l
"purp" from P. Jenkins.
Thoi. J. II. Mur; hy has been
cuted chief (f tire police, tiee W.
It. Gilbert resigned.
fJ The lyu ttity of eottdn wis so
great at the depot in this place last
Tuesday, that an extra train had to
be sent from Columbia to haul it off.
O-Mr. Richard Matehett will
please accept our diahkb for a illes.'
of sweet potatoes. TIhey are the
finest we havo see this season.
gif The Court,.House yard re
sembles a lihat class now pen. This
dot speak well for the cleanliness o f
t he enlightened republican party.
~ 'Selby is veering back
again on tho Greene tack. "Too
late1 too late, ye carinot enter now."
b'Senator Robertson went out
fox hunting last neek, and tailed a
rej nard. It is bdlleved to be the
dentical for that ran Patterson to
Washington some time since.
CO-r-oN M iA r1E1~Tbe market bas
been quito active for the past few
dlays. Prices rangin2 from iaj~ to
g'.i IarIon, only dlaughxter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fripp, of Cos
lumtria,dted terf sedden'ly 1n tbis
town yesterely mormog of 'otoup-.
The bereaved family have the sympa.
thy of our entire comm'nunity.
~~-The Independeirr Ihopiub1idata
itil speak.in Winaiboreo on Ocet. 2'2d,
the day of. the circus. Chamberlain
speaks here.on the 24th. Gen. I(er.
shiaw has not yet fixed a day for
speaking in Winnsboro.
Mr The following gentlemen lyive'
beon-a-ppoinited a committee to arrage
for a complete canvassing of the
county is' tire~ interests of Greene
F. Gerir, B. E. Elkiry and. Joseph C.
~.There was a difficulty Safn6
diy evening between John flooellh
and Ch as. 8t ark, both colored. The'
former stabbed the latter with a
knif'e. The wound is not fatal5 No
arrest has been madlo,. and no troops
Zr Possum- hunt ing seems to he
all the go now-a.days with our young
mneui.. "The horn of the hunter can
be heard'on the hill" nearly every
night,. and'by the way a good possum
nicelv oooked. ain't~ har4 to talm.
- Maj. Woodward showed us
the largest red fox last Saturday that
we have ever seen. The Mjot's
dogs caught him in forty-five minutes.
We think this will beat our friend
Dave Feaster. What say you Dave ?
The fox weighed eleven poundr.
5) H. A. Smith has been par.
loued'by Gov. Moses. He was re
arrested on a warrant taken out by
rreasurer Cardoua before Justice
Mokey on the charge of embezzle'
mieutj The offense to which he plead
guilty wis that of not murking monthly
-g Our friend Selby of the
Coluabia Plmnnix has got his foot
into the radiosl party, (it is a huge
one) and we fear It will be some
tine before he gets it out if such
3ards as he has been -writing is to do
t) A rifle club was formed a few
lays ago about seven miles southwe.t
:>f Wiunboro, and is known as the
Green Brier Rifle Club." The fol
owing offiaers were eleoted.
President-T. W. Woodward.
Vice-Presidents.-A. P, Irby, W.
P. Broom, N. 0. Robertson.
" We gall pattlular tkttebtion
of the tax-tnions to the formation of
rosters. It is very important to ob
bain a complete census of every voter
in the county so that the relative
strength of the parties may be exact
ly knowli. In this way any illegal
%oting esin be detected and speedily
piunished under the U. S. laws.
LATF Corro..-Partio- who pro
inised to pay us as soun as they sold
Dotton, h ve not 0o.m up to the
Iscratch." They say their .cotton is
slow openlinfgs Ve think so too, und
wve.also thiuk their tale is a little
"too thin." We don't like to press
those gentlemen whose cotton has not
npeiet, but w. want oilt money and
inust have it.
Or George Alfred Townsend, a
iewspaper correspondent of consid.
3rable celebrity, snd the correspon.
lent who went for Becher in the
Dicago Tribune, was in Columbia
luring the ineeti g of the Oonven'ion
is a reporter of the Now York
Het. d- lie was completely dis
Jisgusted with wht he saw of radi
NotVs--;- meeting of th e County
[Juion *ill be h#ld in Witnboto-at
10 o'cldok A. M., and an adjourned
ueeting of the mass meeting at 12
S1 ) on Monday, the 19th in tant.
All etizens interested in the
:ause of honest government are earn
-stly requestdd tu be present as the
programme of the cathpaign will be
Locar. PoI.r-rios.-The radieala
had primary electionS at all the pre.
aints in the Qounty on. 8.aturday.
We have beard 'the rusIzts fromi
mome. At WltfiEhoro, the Jackson
Creek crowd fanned out the town,.
electing sixteen out of eighteen
delegatas. Jacobs wass defeated by
three votes for dlelegatto from
WinnSbulro, but blai:na Aome d the
D4- Ofiioer Murphy re6eited a
dispatch-last Sunday from Bingen,
ingham & Co., of Safannah, Ga., to
arrest Barney Simmons, charged with
geend lareeny, W~ho wai 6n the
northern bound train of that day.
The train was searched with the ex
ception of onEe of the saloofrs whfeh
was fastened on thie inside and coils
tained a man who is supposed to be
the thief. The conaduotor, Capt.
Clarksou did trot detain the traina
long enough to allow tIre - poli'ce to
find out who the man was.- Conse
qjuently Siwmo'r6goes free.
E.FcTO-I MARNAOKCS-TFeO Board
of Eleotion Commisaichiers for this
Oounty rdet on Thtrrsdaf for the
purpose-of appointingj Managers for
the different preoin6te.- Mr. Ir,. W.
DYuvall was eieeted Chaiman and
Mr. John A. Fraser Clerk.- 'Phe
Managets retooted to conduct the
election at this precinct are H. L
Elliott, E. C. MoLaughlin, and John
9. Smart. The same~ pine.s were
designated as polling plaices as have
ex isted hieretofore, We khave seen
the conmplete list of N'tanage'a, and
are sure that they are such as iwill
give satisfaction to all parties. Wec
feel confident that the election will
be managed properly, and with en
tire fairdt,ss to all interested.
AM O-r:r oANAysse-We a 'earr
that arrangements wilL be consum ma
ed in- a few days for an active can
vass of this County in the intOeat ci
Gien. tCorsha# fovr(ongre,~ and th~
nominees of the Independent Repub
hianus for Governor a-nd Lieut-Gov
ernor. We hope it will be made,- a
it will- undoubtedly eifeet muoh good
The ma.ses-neod- sttering 'up, and th~
only way to do it is for speakei's-to g<
among theni, and medt'the'm face tc
face. Appointments should be mnadi
at every voting precinct, and the
Rieo?Io called out to hoar the chain
pions of good government. T here
are between twelve and foul teen
hundred White votdrs in this County,
and every effort should be made to
have them all como to the polls on
tke 3rd. of November, and east their
ballots for an honest tiokets
IIFORM WITt A 'VkNdEANlC.
The radical nominating convention
of Riehland county was called to
Vether in Columbia Wednesdayi
The Nash and Minort factions could
not agree upon the organization, and
the Nash paity withdrew, carrying
with then about one half of the
convention. Those that were left
nominated Minort for Senator, and I'.
J. Aoses, Jr., for 16])resentative. If
this is what our reoublican friends
call reform, then we say, Lord deliv
or us from such, With Chamberlain
as (lovertior, and Moses an one of the
6hining lights of the Legislature,
conversion) bonds, fraudulent pay
certificates$ tiud blue ridge scrip.will
be at a premiuma Uut we sincerely
trust that the little scheme won't
work, and that the uphulders of bon
est government will be able to defeat
these pretended reformort.
A GENUixF, OPiENINo.-On Wed,
neaday night last in company *ith
a large number of friends we were
present at the "house warming"'
given by Mr. Joseph Groeschel, the
new proprietor of the Morning 8tat
Saloon. To say that it was an ele
gant &ffair would be scarcely doing
M r. Groesehel justice. The supper
table was arranged in the Billard
lall, and was covered with choice
and savory viands, such as liakcd
'IPos8un, Roast Turkey, Boiled Ham,
Chioken,3roiled Beef a 14 mode, and
last, tho' not least, slowed oyster,
freoh from Suffolk, and the first that
have nnade their appearance here thi.,
suason. In addition to these sub.
at:intials were pies of all kinds, fruits
c,nfectionary, wines of all kinds, and
the proper actoompaniments to the
diff-irent 6ourses. We- express the
sentiments of all the guests -in saying
that theii highest anticipations wer(
mnore than realized, and that tht3
heartily coninjend their genial host
to the patronage of the whole cum,
P. 8. We had almost n aglected tv
meltio.n the fact that Fred Stoele is
the head of the culinaty departmer.
of the Morning Star Saloon amd thai
the supper mentioned was for the
itost part pi-epared by im. FruL
is a first ela.s cook, and gets up eatU
bles to suit the most fastidious ap
petite.* Reinember this, ye hungr
souls, when in soarch of a -suack."
T.A UNioxt-'l Coan'y Tax
Ucion held its regular meeting on th.
Ist Munday in October Vice-Piesi.
dent Mobley in the chair,
Mr. Jas. R. Aikch' delk't,(ed aw
address on the situation, and urge.
the people to rouse theenelves. Ai
the codclusion of the addresses a vott
of thanks was tendlered. A mnoti.,
was introduced and carried requia in,.
the Vice-P1resilient of the Union, t.
isto a cirecilar to the aubordinat<
unions requiring them,
lat. To obtain itcomplete rester ot
the members of tax-union, anel iii
o her voters in their re -pective t wn.
shijs, designating race, and usu.a
2n-d. A complete list, if pracetica
ble of these whome age is tioubtlul
(whettldr dvet 21 ot not) anid the
na mes of one .or more citizens who
will testify to that doubt.
32. A complete list of all who
have been convicted of felony, and
whethaei br not they claim to have
becur parddned. In preparing this
roster to employ canrvassers, if neess
saryi. The roster to be handed in ta.
the Secretary, at the meeeting of the
County Union on the 19th O,tober.
4th. We appoIn't a commnittee of
live reliable men to attend the polls
and exercise general sup6rvision, on
the 3d November.
Several .townshaipa rojorted com
T'he-e being no idrther business
the In-ion dj'.urned to meet in
Winnaboro at the Thaespian H all on
Monday 19 h Octob6r at 10' o4olotk
ft. M EA N DAviA, Vice-Pr oaide t
MASS MEi.\'G.-A masa ni9eting
wsa hlad in Winnsboro on saleday to
serAf delegarear to the Congfeasional
anal State Conventiovs.
lin W. 1E. Roberfson- was eallied
to the c'air, and in a few remarks an
nounced the object of the meeting.
Capt. HI. A. Gailliard was oppoinled
('n motion,- the action of the pub
lie theetimng held ona the lith of 8ep.
tomber, in eleoling Messrs. D). R.
F'easter, D). Provinbe anld B. E. Elkin
as delegates to the Congressinnul
Convention, wa's ratifted, C~ol. R-ion
introduced a mott'on that theo dele
gates to the State Convention b'e ap
pointed alternates t'o the Congressions
al Convention. Passed.
1i'. 17. E. Ellison, 8t'. nonlindt ad
Col. a). Hi. Riott, Messa's. Ii. 8. Des
portes and R, Means D)avis as dele.
gates to tii6 State Convention, with
aMessrs. Elkin, Jeaster and Province
as' siternates. The above named
deleg'ates were' uainioushj ele'eted.
lil-r. T. If. nobertson offured the
following preamble and resolttoli
which was unanimously adopted :
Whiereas, in the judgment of this
Wne0ting. the exlaenoiqe of th6 timeca
and the general condition of affairs
denland the ution of . all honest won
in opposition to sorrupt practioes and
public plundering, thertoro be iV
Rso(ved that we, repreisbnting the
white voters of Fairfield Colinty,
hereby expe.es our willingness to eo.
operate with 4ny plose of oitisni,j
without regard to race Or party dift
tinction, to booure the olovation. to
offioe of good. and saitable on at the
approaching general oleotion. ..
Col. Rion offered .approprilif.-re.
marks on the situatioln- .
Col. 11. 0. Davis,,on botig called
Upon stated that I'i 1858 9, 1*as a
Monber of the Legisl.ture, and that
A. S. Wallaeo intro,itced a bill to
Cotn pel free perso.s Of color to Ch. oe
nMastere, or .ltav.. the 4CCkte ; and
that the entire Fairfield delegation,
colsisting of the late [IUD, .. B.
IU.yl.ton, J. B. MoUants, .q iand
llimself j,iU.d in the a liont unAli.
i1Ous vote aglainst it. ThSt .Only a
few demagogues like \Vallae voted
The meeting - then adjourned tili
.Monday, 19th Oo ober, at 12 11.
W It. ROE13BtTkON,
II. A. GALL.Ano, -rest.
a:- A t a weeting at Jackson's
Creek David C. Asken (oolored)
known tt D.vid Martin, taatj the
following addross befor the doba.
Gentlemen of this- Society. Yeu
have lad only aix..or hevon years to
get your learningj and that mostly
at itight. I waut to-ay a low wordb
on behaviort You inny go to a great
Lnany t.laC0s and flud whito tuen who
do not behave thoselves-1 I am glad
t, say that Jackson's Creek:and Lit.
tI. River have had. no difficulty. All
of us white and colored have lived
together , and borne ott' blos
sulls. Beware of -any white man
who oom,ed atnong you to inake dis.
ur' anoe. Cast 1im outt Wi have
no laws in our own hauda. no toust to
our roder-.-- They. .:nAtt .be good.
I heard 1,'ol. Rion'sm spoeoh. He aa.d
lia was in favor of any honest man of
any pt,rty who will put :down taxes.
I have,'t got any moneyj~ekbept on;
day in the year, when i1have to'pa-y
Laxe. Then it appeans I. aui atirioh
a- any body els,. We mu6t woik
every way to put down these taxes.
We have been quiet in this neighbot
hood. All disturb nces were &'ovr.
Lot us have no man who 'will nake
a disturbatico. We havi -a Aet of
uen that we cant rule, :and they
'an't rual6 tlailselves.. .
A. S. 11A NU'RBli, -31. D.-.
- ---DK'rSs -
W ILL visii Wifnsbbro 4$hWdeosday
14 st., soud oan b feuud r.t
the residenci bf lrs.: I g ',. ster
11.il the 2Lth inst
Oct lj -- - - g e.
Fadirfield'Fr nid ig
RPECIAL, VT.rNs will ; lk0lf a l
(Tu-sdayl euing if i%ow flai.
it 1o'alock. A fil and ifettil at
endaice is reuIlieuted:
By ordef of the Prdqideit
ot Is J. (. R( t0,1
ilinty Commllissionlers Offiee.
r 1'IllE annual meeting- of thne board of
..County Commissioners for l4irfld
.sonnfly will be held on the first Tuesaday
.n Novemaber 1874. All personas ..soklig
dlaims aglainst dhe Conunty must. doejt
'hem witha the clerk oh1 6i6 befote the Rat
mny of November. O,herwlse;s*al'dl.'
Ounts witi not be audited -at said- annus
W. II. PEACE,
O0t18 ClerklB, C. F.'C.
I) Y irtuae of siundriy eficuations Ia l#e
J.d reclod, I will offer for said to the
asaghest. 'bidder before the Co'firt lIIouqe
Soor in Winnsb,oro, ont tihe fist 'lon-lay in
Novembeh,r ne*xt, wyithain iho logal ifours of
sale for cash, thne purchaseroa ho p'-ay for all
neceeisary papers, thme following die.,or;bed
propoity to Witi a -
.All that. pice, parcel dit St:ab'f.of land
ly'ing, being andI siitusato in th'6 suth
castern portion of Fairfield Count'+, State
.,f South Curolinsa, on "Sawney Oreek,"
contiainiing four huindred.u andl seven(,y-four
acres, more or less, andl bouandof oin the
nao. t hi --, ont thne east.'by lseds of
Reuben Bloulware anad lands of IInl ClaWtk,
o thle south hi I, lands of R;: L. IDagey
andl iest by binad o'( D are Boulwaro dind
'others. Leviei niiori as thme prepsarty of
Johni 11. Prt, 8r , at thle Snit it Jesse
L)rnfts agaainst JoIn )). Frost Sr.
, L. W. Duvall, 8. F. C.
Shit en's Oi*c9;
WYinntsbor o, 8: (.
(o t. 10, 187.f.
ON E~ Car load Freslh A u
gusta Flour inclurding aul
R. J. MoCARLEY.
A lot Bacon Sides, Shoul
ders and canvassed Ilamns.
oct 10 N. J. cOAREY,
Pr H rj O'CR AP HS I
TtAVt.IO paerchased tile.G gatj .(f
J.. langarten, I am new prepared
to do all kind dt Photographie Work in
thae latest stylesor short .nOtIec, a'ndl at
moderate prices. Old plctures ee-pled
and enlarged to any size Sggtgggg.
t ion Gustranteed 1 Gallery oter
Connor & Chaandler's Jewelry Bier..
Oct 3-TI Wm. M. HARntM .
Danenberi & Co.,
WILL IkCIVE this %EEK
160 -i, ES Ve ALiSU CO TO JBE
SOLD A' 0,b Pl4ICE9.
10 CTS. 10 CTS. 10 aTS.
65 bb 00
55 -00 00
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55 00 00
55 55 00 00
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Pleges bleadied Homesoun,
90 Ple0a Sea Islaud.
LAROP, STOCK 01 CGLUTillkG,i
wOrs A R D 8 11OES,
IIATS AND OAPS,
L A DIES' and O FN TE NOTIONs.
T-tae Zaea16 -s
ot. - .
fcma,ter & Brico
J rr t attention of tlie
public to tiir LARGE and
VARIE ). stock of Merchan
dise, compriing a. ill line of
Iry- (ood fu r Ladie; fdr
Gentlemen, for Children and
for the house. Mens' Clothing',
Boff Clbthing, Shoes. Hlats,
H ard ware,
H air, Tooth, Clothes;
Sifoe; ain aid Whuite-Wash
Brushes, Trunrks; Medicines;
Perfumery,' Soag~ Chromos;
Violitm .and Strings, Oils
f1ain'ts, Bibles; Religioffs and
Miscellatteouis Bocvks;, Station
ery, &c,, &c. , AI b ffoed tt
as LOW PICES as the samre
class of goods canI be botrg,ht
in the up country.
lIelMASisR & PR ICE.
Phosphate I Phosphate I
A \ I perorsInde4ted t'o its t'o
Phospasessold them are ,hereby
rjgmindpd Ijauit their hoteq andl accounut
faill due. on the 1st of Novembher next
rha general agent wit not e:ltend' th<
time, the payment must be met proingtly,
We are suare that ever) ouWe inateresto.
will see the n d'cefsI of conWtng for
card at oneea# fl'f.ln'l'r pare, t herehj
protecti'n6 IWe oredit f both y6'u an.
oct 16 JE'ATY & IBRI.
Amagniflent KnaboPfano t'd4raffe at
.4.Winneborp. 4oYepber 2nd, valued
( ICompanora C\gar.
1000 Cherodatg Cigar.
* fab 14 U.: 0.DRRSP0R'E8 & Co
OLD JOHN ROBINSON'S
GREAT W R LD9S EXPOSITIONI
.\MINCRI1A'8 FAVORITE SHOW,
AM1ERICA'S VETER AN bfiAlAd Efi.
1116 Monarch of Ajniusceents I NY Right no Onie Are Di1spute.
THIS CONCERN IS COLLOSSAL IN all its PHOPORTIONS I
11mPossible to mnove by the ordiharyImna saddpted by 83M ALLER CON
ICKRtNS, it requires mnany special Trnin4 to tra-mort thiR Voloswil of all
4,Xhi-bilion .whiuh contaills THOUSANMS 01? i1VUNG ANDIA18i;
M Nyriad& of iiirdej Colonias of 1mikeym, Sohools of Amnphibla, Miles of Rep
tilds, 0111braoin:; tho Largest and Mlast ddiupletW
MENAGERIE AVIARY AND AdUARIUM I
IN THE WWDitD dONTAl'INU LIVING SPECbiMidNS1 OF ouRt
OREATOWS GREAT HIANDIWORKi
iThey went in, Iwo by Iwo, unto Noph hio tho' Ark,
The maio and the female as God fiad dansuded Ndah."
Amng which if6 the
. Novelties, which we
fnrannf t Extib
n 0or 1161 Molloy Ifill
VrIMARK WELL THESiM LAINES.
We *ill Exhibit at ba6h placd TIIN U'1'AT SHOW visits
A 4ERD 6iP iVIN d 0IRAFFE" coSTIN1 $61 00 IN GOL 1)
OR TIIE IONEY REFUNDED I
A Black Sumatran R1hinoceros ! Or the Moldey fiefund0d i The L iSg -
P1tforming Elephant in A merica ! Or the Money refund6d1 - A G innt O8
trich, 12 feet high. ! Or th ynoiey refundod I Monster Sem Lions ! Or th
Money rufuided I A 3 Ifornod and 3 Eyed Bovino from the Holy Lan d.
The Only One Evor Hxhibitod ! Or the money Rfund-l ! These ato Spe.
bial fouture: that ate not owned or controlled by any otifor traveling exhibi
tion, in addition to which id th
T R C T L Y MORAL 1 R C U I
GRMATUSV SHOW ON EARTH I
iimbraciiig 1,06 Living Liong and
Liv ing W ila \dTigert Loose id
Boasts and Rare the Streets ! A
Birds. f,000' Ani- dla of over 2
mato and t1ni. miles in length
niate Curiosities. introduoing art
60 Viuinutive ondloss numbor
Vouios. 1,000 of brilliant an4
fon and Iorses. beAutifully dedo.
40 Musicians. 100 .ra.ed cages, denR
Male Performers. 6'nks arI vans,
20 Lady Riders, contailing my
European Clob. vast Collections'
rit is. 50 oigos of Beast, Birds
of Wild Beasts. 5 Reptile and ert
Golden Chariots, Monet( ra.
Pageant. A scend
6f splendor a'd
conce, not oftener
than one' i n '
Two Brasi Bsndsy Forty musloiano
DOORS OPEN AT 12nr0 P. o i
ONE TICKEYr ADMITS TO THE 1F'NTIW1Y ENTEU~AT9AiENT,
DON'T FO1?01?T 1111J lI PAY-WINNSHQOO Oct. 9j V 6J ~14
Wi~dnesday. Oct. 21;-V.i mqES1V'ip n iriday-,% 0. nal3d
Adml~.ln 75 cnts. Cilnrenessorn1)mbcar