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The Fairfld Herald
MIcIal nriro- of F ial
REPRUENTATIVP. -&Iogph Thopsol.,
John Gibbon, Joel Cop64;
L. W. Duvall-Sheri'.
lial"'I. 0, Clowney-Clerk ef the Court.
J. J. Neil--Judge of Probate.
V 10. Peake-Conaty Auditor.
W. ht. Nelson-County Treasurer.
IV. y. Crawrord-4ohool Commissioner,
It. F. Mlartin-Jury -Oammissioner.
cOVNTY 003MtIsoNRNs-Jas, . HarveY,
Ilenry Jacob; Carter Beaty.
11. N. Oboar-U. S. Cominissionor
1oTARINS PU)I.0-jI%. C. Itobo'itso., J.
Q. Davis, I. N. Obear, D. B. Kirland.
TRIAL JUSTIOns-A. M. 1lackey. W. R
Marshall, James Aiken, 81166. IV. Ruff.
IT. J. F,'W. Coleman, Thonas Walker,
Dr. Ira S. Scolt.
T. it. Roberteon.
WYNNSnOnO ' NATIONAL DA,14K OF SOUTH
OARoINA. AUTITOUIZRDIOAPITAL $200,000
PAID up $75.000.
W. I. Robertson, President.
Goe. II. MloMaster, Vioe.President.
tam'l. B. Clownoy, Cashier,
1. C. Robertson. Teller.
W. I. Rtobortson, II. L. Elliott, James
Ateaty, George II. MoMaster, 1). U. Flen.
viken, Jas. B. McCanta, Ja, TI. Roln, Jas.
' .Brice, A. S. Douglass, Col. William
3hnston, of Charlotte, N C.
VWARDNs-F. Gerig, J. A. Fraser, W.
Md. Nelson, J. 0. NicCarley,
WLNNBOtO BUIL.DINo AND LOAN ASOCIA
G. II. McMaster- President..
D. It. Flennikon Sea. and Treas.
11. N. Obear, Attorney
Diroetors-Jas. A. Brice, Sam'l. B.
Clowney, U. A. White, I. N. Withers, J.
M. 0,loway, F. Elder, V. B. Madden,
IV. It. Flonniken, J S. Connor.
ciiEr OF PoLvFH-. J. ii. Murphy.
1111116I Luxury ill France.
The Paris correspondent of the
liond (n Daily Telegraph writes to
that journal : "Our la test novelty
in the way of female luxury is emi
nontly ohiaracteristie. It is now the
fashion for ladies, like snails, to
travel about wita their own houses
not exactly on their backs, but with
their trunks. Several grandes dames
dcpar le monde have had constructed
bathin- machines, or rather bathing
cabins, which can be taken to pieces
and put togother aguin in a few min.
utes. They can be packed up in a
box like a telescope umbrella or a
camp stool. Those fastidious fe
males have had their houses built of
varnished wood, and their mono.
grains engraved on the street door.
The inside is lined with white leath
or or wadded damask, and provided
not only with every imaginable
toilet luxury, but also with a small
stool. I was looking to-day at some
bathing habiliments, so e!aborately
adorned with braid as to resemble
the costumes of the young ladies who
disport themselves in burlesque.
Now, if there is one place more than
another where coqu-try is unneces.
sary, it is in the water. It is true
the Fronch baigneuses seldom allow
the sea to come up higher than their
kneces, and that they often have to
walk half a mile from their cabin
i:ito the water. It is to be hoped
that their new temporary cabins
'will not fall to pices at the first1
gust of wind. If this catastrophe
were to happen, the ladies would
have to adopt the plan I once saw
pursued at a small watering placoe
in Spain, where they donned and
doffed their bathing costumes at
home, and w alked valiently through
the streets dressed a la Mrs. B3loom
".Yenkinson/' said Muttonhead,
y esterday, while reading tile New
'York E~vening Post?s description of
its new building, "the Post says of its
composing room that 'it is lighted by
a double row of windows on the Funl
ton Street side, and by twosky lights,
one of which is fifty feet in length:'
Now I want to know what a tuwosky
light is." Jenkinson couldn't tell.
T1hen they asked Webster and Wor
cester, and one or two cyclopodias,
and they couldn't tell. And then
they asked everybody else, but no
body else could tell. "Let's see
that paper," said Podhammor ; and
lie took it and smoothed out a wrinkle
running across the word, thus making
two words of it. "Why, you con
:founded fool," exclaimed he, "don't
you see that your infernal 'twosky.
lights, are nothing but two sky
lights T' And then Muttonhead
grinned horribly a gha6tly gr in and
said he was just fooling the fellows
ho know what it was all the time.
It is poor consolation for a man
"dead broke" to read in .he papers
'that "money is easy." Yet sueh is
the fact, gold at I117) and money
easy.-Mlore so probably than the
man who wants it.-Wlashaington
Perhaps if money wore "tight" the
* (lead broke fellows would fedl a
* trifle better.
Jim Drayton, otherwise known as
* hummer Jim, one of the mos0t no.
torious burglars who has ever infested
Charleston city, died in jail of inter..
The weather is so 1hot in St. Louis
that theo pious classes have to stand
in the shado of the churches to
keep from swearing. -
A Kansas man spent three daya
praying for the grasshoppers to leavo,
and they didn't leave a leaf on 'any
qf his trocs or a vegetable one the
A genuine grizzly boar Is creating
a commotion in the 8t. Paul'. section ,
The Coming Cors Crop. -
Then is everyg ind04a
omiqg orgp9 -Q~aw
Reof one of 1879. V
>r nit ewheat was too
riiiid by the severe .wintir to
md then in the Eastern .tates t
>okbot fof ha$ was so that
wheretr heooMm ta
ome mesure, make up f&' th dA..
)iency of the hay..I iststai;f.'
hat the aoreage of vorn is fKlly oie.
ourth more th.an last year# d so,
this is an enoramous increase..' rn
all seGtions the crop is toportdd as
growing finely, and with th nq
d acreage an immense yI may e
The story of the flood in Frano
Losses nothing in the telling. 'Thl
,umber of poople drowned in TouL
louse alone is now put down vt 2,0O0
We do not recall any oelimultityl
mondern times that willoomparI1t45
An exchange deolaies that Br
ham Young has offered to marry all
the girls of Vassar College. Thi
girls, before declining the oft r,
should remember that it may be tb
last one that some of them will evOi
"There is no base-ball in- -1
says an exchange. Convince half tAs
young men of Louisville of this fat'
and you may bring on your Mooay
and Sanky at once..
Twenty-one cities in England with
a population of over six millions, do
not owe at much money as the single
city of New York with a population
of lees than one .illion.
If advertising don't pay, why not
take down your signs ? Where 200
people see a street sign, 2,000 see
your sign in the newspaper.
Shameful if true. The American
Grooor doolares "that there is scarce.
Iy a single olais of goods put up and
,old in this country which is not
ihort of the weight of measure
)laimed for it.
It is reported that prominent
[logliah merchants have chartered.
be steamer Great Eastern to run
between Livorpool and Philadelphia
during the Centennial,.
During tbh oeIobvion of the
74ourth at West Unity. Ohio, a man
amed Peter Krindio was killed by
he premature d i.chrgo of a cannon.
I-lo leaves a family,
The son of a clergyman was del:v.
-ring a college valedictory, when, in
3ulling out his handkerchief, he
pulled out a pack of cards, and ex.
ilaimed, I've got on my fathe's
During the month of June fourteen
housand emigrants reached New
york. For the same month last
fear the number was twenty thous
The proverb that there Is no place
ike bomne, is fallacious. If yOur
'owe be in a uniform block of houses
t isprobable that the houses of your
neighbors will be just like your.
A Frenchman intending to oompli
ment a young lady by calling her a
ent le la mb, said :She is one mut.
:on as is small.
The Portland (Maine) Press denies
indignantly that the republicans of
Lhat state are conducting the cam
paign on the "bloody shirt" princi
Wlnnsboro Xillilnory Blazaar.
M Rs. Bloag wishes tin inform her
fri ends and patrons generally,
t,hat she has just returned from tbe North
after purchasing a full and complete
stock of Millinery, consisting of Frenoh
pallern Hats8 and Blonnets, Straw Goods,
found Inaa hrst.olass
Also a beautiful line of Whl e Goods,
Dtess Oqrjds, 'gIooep, gesitr gIe,y,,
Nelions ,ad Fancy ,Uroder Aa d.dthere
too numerous to runnon. til ~f whhoh Is
expeoted 1o arrIve 'and be o$ a or in.
'pestlon during the wqk. 11l I aukis
.0 call.and see for yourself, en smygds
.t 8,000 HIear(hing fa6* ale
Jhoo,p.for Cash-. 4g
march 2 ~I3~
Buck Er Bee-ire
G'ON~NNOlt 0vOwe0 .J7r*I
J tore-fees tire eOtintte 1 Fal el and
h ater, offer f awma *Jht mi he
euse the same with saml tile tEr
510.00. Apply at oboe and be ree4 cy
ease the firat swars.
mas 10 WlnnWbop .
W,. -L. a * -66
e .0 . Pad 11e14meapun
-44 aii ot ItowLine ae
81 -s iskow'7fO sade. e
Platede "P#i't StLds. Initial Tean
gtanpehef , ne*
011 , rtmeat ofVT
Epil a ovokery as
a AlpN 's and 4 t Altaoa of
ID UE 3J40EdKO1AIR,
;Yasrd S.kirts an4 Plaid Lindseys.
ttheot atike: %ro ..tfltable for
and will be sold at
W .H Fle iel& Co
Just Redve' a Fall 8tock of
CONSISTING IN PART OF
printe'i - -
Clothing, Hats, Men. Furnishing
Goods, Causmers, Cottonades
Hosiery, Gloves, Trunks,
the bes assrt.4
ment of- -
ever brought to this market, all which
will ho sold choap for,
N. B. A few pieces of* damaged
Dress Goods at. 12j and 16 2-8 cents
SW. H. Flenniken & Co.
4 FJRE8St YPr OF
In i 1b mans. 1r6 a ao pdn& lobtefs,.
tided. Plokisan Fo rench Mebsord. K
Uieeof Fr,t.e Blaellng,ef the Rnest
'q W resk -Usde atd Cs'ake of at1
.iorU.e- i Auas4 eat~~~
alwapu os teaud. 41 r~
belfast 'Iiter Ate, aiad Londa on etee,
se camaa AlI eN
DEALER IN F URNI URE
'IF THE very best qualities, for rarlora,
Chambers and Dining Roams. Foi
euagn and workmansip, UNEQUALLED I
offer at prices that. defy o6mpetition I
MADE of hard wood, aud warranted to
Ive enui-e sattsfaotion. I keep no. infer"
r qualit.,. Use economy and buy the
'eat, and buy where you oh buy the
AND BUY the People's SPRI1 BED.
t is the best in the market, without ex
eption. They are cheap.
RATTAN and Split heat Chairs a spe
lalty,. Our prices are beyond compe.
OF vy own manuracture, Window
rhadeq, Wall Brackets, Packets and
VURNITURK eatly repaired at moder.
tIeI'rioes. Ploture framnOd made to order.
GIVEN to the Und'rtake-'a Dep rt
nent. I keep on hnnd a full foupply of
dletallio Cases and Wo-d Coffins of the
neet finish. All oalls promptly attended
e. bly terms are cash. I ACt, upon the
heery that short settlements make Ion.
ONNOR & CHANDLER
-? OFFER TO-DAY ?
LARGE FRUIT STANDS,
ialvers, PItchers and Water
-A L 8 0
8 Ilhd8. N. 0. Clarified
~ka, 10 Bble. N. 0. Molass
Aformer lot of th-se goodsa
nave given general satisfaction
Give Thenm a Trial.
BEATY B3RO. & SON.
NEW STOR E.
ROS E NH E IM & CO0.,
RBsPECTFTFULLY inform the pob.
.L~lie in general that thecy -havo o p'engd
he store formerly occupied by J. U.
)thesi't where they intend to donduct a
eteraI s'Ufok of meItihandise, consisling of
YOOTh A ND SH028,
air had squau'e treattent. to 'ones and
very -one that, wall 'call on us.
't. R. ROBERTSON,
&V108 IN 14AlR 00WR OHl*OUSIs
WN"BIWKoa' o 0
All baussese en tustedtL6'4 :Il
*NO. 2 LA.W RANGE,
WI NNatBOIO 6aAIre mAm iN
-.PAW AINVILS I
Packages of NEW MAOKOREL
In Barrels, half and quarter Bar
rel, Kita 1, 2, 3, and etra naa.
bar 1, MEBB.
323 Bioks of fresh ground FVWUR,
all sitos and grados from the
Granite Mills Augusta Ga.
A full stock of Grocerios, Pr pvipion
and Plantation Suppl ies, al
of which will be sold at tb
lowest prices for CAS.
BEATY BRO. & SON.
G 0 OD S.
W E have just received a fresh lot of
Calicoes and other giods to which
Our customers will find soene new goods
arriving every week or two, as we are en
deavoring to kcep our stock
FRES AND - ATTRA. UIVEI
McMaster & Bt co.
60 pairs of trace Chains and Ham ear
Cotton and Manilla Rope for plowing.
[j. It Shovels -i I manure forks, Tub s
and Buckets, Nails and Axos, Cotton
.Cards, Hand Ss%ws, Padlocks,
Sad Irons, <offeeMills,
Looks, Perou r
I Tierce Prime Carolina Rico.
26 larrels assorted Eating and Plantin t
lfor Sale low for Cash.
Boatg, Bro. . Son,
ESTA BLISH ED 1859s
OVER THIIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
IN T'LE WA TOl AND CLOCK
(1OLD and itilver Watches. (ilre very
best time keepers) solid Gol'Chaains,
holl Plat ed Chains, Rlings and Siver Bub
Chains, whicoh i guarantee. Also, Breast
ine Collar and Sbirt Buttons 'o' ail deos
oript ions. A set of hea'utsfu'l Clocks. Vt ho
can beat them ? Repairing done in a
workman-like manner, Satisfaction guaran
dec 15 CHAS. MULLER,
Blythewooud Female Semii'y.
THIS Institution will iegin Its
next session Se'pt r. 6th, andl
close Juno 10th, '70.
The trustees and patrons ex.
press their 'unqualified confi
dence in the ability and judgment which,
in the past, have presided over the deati.
eies of this Institution, and which; in the
future Willoontinure to direct and control
its interests, and do most hoartily recom
mend it the s.tpport and patronage of all
who desire good tralinng and a -Mtrer.1l and
substantial education ror their daughters.
Address for. inform,tion tho t'rinci
pal, -DR. 8. W. BOOK H ART,
or Sec. floari Trustees, iev. T1. W.. Mclii.
'oha-mp, Dok o, 8. 'C.
MAR TIN .& THOMPSON~
8&O00S880t TOO0. R. TIOMPSON.
Tawutm-s, Otriers. and Loather Mann.
IIE above snaed dem would call
Lespecial attention'fo Rodt an,, Bhce
Manufacturers aad Harness Miaker. We
will sell psure oak tanned finish ed stock
o r light and heavy purposes, as low s
nyhouse 4t the trade at whn olesale re
VASUI PAID FOR HIDE~8.
one. Slphat'of Quianne
101 ls. Guam Oum.
9 " a mhor.
For sale at the Dritg 81dre of
June 8W. E. AIKrr
AWotume In Et. Rvery fataily buys
Uit. 86 by dgent.. Address 0. S.
Walker Erie, Pa.
Daily to Agents. 85 new
026 i artioles and the best Family
per In Amerla with two $5.00 0hromos
free. A. M. M'FG Co., 800 Broadway,
B OOK AGENI's wante- to well
**The peoples Common Sonse Medical
Adviser," by R. V Piorce, %l. D. The
most ready selling book out. I-4olusivo
territory and liberal tarmis Addres4 the
Author at Buffalo, N. Y.
A Charlottesville Va. 1 9th A nnual So8..
lion opeons lst of Septonmber, wii % -AMl
Faculty and elegant now equipments.
Health, accessibility, good fare and
thorough ibstruotions at thit Vollege. For
details, address It. RAW11,%WhNL08 M. A.
4 4 SYHOnMAN1Y or Sour. C naio."
How either se may fas-inato
and gain the lore and affeotions of any
person they choose instantly. This sit
ple, montal noquirement all can possess
froe, by mail for 20o, together with a
marilago guide, Egyptian Oracle. Dreams,
tints to Ladies, Wedding NightShirt,
&o. A queer book. Address T. WIL
LIAM & CO., PubB Phila.
Mnfo 1o2en. PtwhiProof fur
tu, kd.iens aiatindhonor.
Cib with no risks. A a6 gocircular
and Valusble ampe D n
* ut WrTe9 at QU00 on posal
. 1, REED, 8TU WT., NaW WoRE.
GENTS Watated. The Centen
nial Gazetler of the United St ates.
Showe the grand resnill of IV0 yearti cr
Freedomn & Progreps. New and co..-plete.
Over 1000 pages. Illustrated, everybody
ouys it an I agents make from $10) to
$200 a month. Adiress .1. G MCU I DY
& CO. Pubs. Philadelphia Pa.
$10 to $500 invet-fed in %a%t st..
often leads to fortlitu. A 72 page book
explaining everything. and copy of the
Wall street. Review. Sent free. JoH N
IIICKLINO & CO., Bankers and Brokers
72 Broadway New York.
COUGH8, M OLDA, iOARsENESS
&ND- ALL THROAT DISEA,- ES.
'-'! M -T-a
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
PUT UP ONLY 1B 11LUK n 1iXFs.
A TI1IUD AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold 1y Druggists generally, and
Johnston Holloway & Co., Phiiadelphin
Wherever It HM a Been Tried
3 U RUB E BA.
has established itself as a perfect regular
and sure rome ly for disorders of the
system arising from improper action of
the Liver and Bowels.
It is not, a Physio, but, by stimulating
the secretive organs, gently and gradual
ly remoi es all :npurities, and regulatcs
the entire system.
It is not, a Doctored Bitters, but is a
which assists digestion, and thus bti'mu.
lates the appet ite for food necessary to in
vigorate the weakeno.1 or inactive orginit.
and gives strength to all the vital f'orces.
it carrics its own recommendation,.*as
tho large and rapidly increasing sales
testify. Price one dollar a hotile. Ask
your druggist for it. Johnston Ilolloway
& Co. Philadelphia Pa.
Nos.3 Broad Street and 109 East Bay Street,
FIRST--CL ASS WORK
yET, fly UN CIREAPER GRAD15s 0? s'IoCX,
WEt CAN VUaIXs WORK AT
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
FINE FASBfINABLE STATIDNEaf,
Piries Paper and Envelopes.
Wedding and @all <Jnvitations
0N tE SESi STOCK AND PAINT[o t14 THtE
Char1otts Columiblia, & Auigusta
'o.UstnIA, Decemrber 23, 18774.
THE following ('assenger Schedule
1.wil b rina e#er this roal on anid
aftici this date:
Lea,. Augusta, at 9.30 a in
" Columbia. 8. C,, 2 4t a mi
**Winsboro,. 4.584 ji n.
" Chest,er, 0.8;j: p mn
Arrive at Charlotte, N. (C. 0.00 ' in
L.eav. Charlotto, N 0. at, 8.80.n
" Chester, 11.2 a i'
'4 Winnsboi'o, 12.88 p mn
Arrivo et Augusta 8 05 y
JA8. ANDERi -N, Gen'l Hupt.
Gratefl Thousands proclaim VN.
2GAR 131ITERS the most wonderful In
vigorant that ever sustained the sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and romain long
unwell, provided thoir bones are not do
stroyed by mineral poison or other
nicans, and vital organs wasted beyond
lios, einittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, which are so prova
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennossee, Cutuborland, Arkan
sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Io
anoko, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
sons of unusual hoat and dryness, aro
invariably accompanied by extensive do
rangeients of the stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatmint, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful influonco upon these various or
ganls, is essentially necessary. Thore
s no cathtartic for the purpose equal to
DR. J. WALKER'S VINEGAR 1ITTP.rHS.
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored vircid mattor with which the
bowels are loaded, at the same time
stinulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disense v
by purifying all its fluids with VINEGAR
BITTErS. No epidomic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, He,T
ache, Pain i the Shoulders, Coughs,
'ightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Tasto
in the Mouth, Billous Attacka. Palpita
tation of tho Ifeart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the KU
noys, and a hundred other palifinl synp -
toms, are the olpriigs of DySpOpsia.
One bottle will provo a botter guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertiso
Scrofula, or Hing's Evil, WliRo
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysiplas, Swelled Neock,
Goitro, SCrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflannations, Mercurial A fr'ections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Soro Eyes, etc.
In these, as in all other constitutional Mis.
Cases, WALKXa'S VINGaIt BITTKIIH have
shown their great curativo powers in the
most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Elaeumatisin, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Interinitten t Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitiors have no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated 11lood.
Mechanical Diseases.-Persons on.
gaged in Paints aild Minerals, such at
Plumbers, Type-setter,t, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, as they advanco in life, are subijoot
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of WALKER'S V Ix.
nOAR BITT91(8 oecasionally.
For S'inl lDiseases, Ernptions, Tet.
tor, Salt-Rlheum, hIotcehes, Spats, Pimples,
PXtstulos, Bails, CunHmncies, Ring-worens,
Scald-hend, Sara Eyecs, Erys-ipolas, Itoh,
Scurfs, D)iscolorat ions of the Skin, 11nnlersl*
and D)iseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dlug up and carried
out of the system in a short tine by tihe 'ise
of these llitrs.
Pin, Tfape, and other Wonus,
lurkmg in the sy-stom of so many thousandaI.
are ofkectually c'istroyed and1( remo(ted. No
system of medicine, no vermifuges, not an.
thaihnini ties will free the systemn fmom wornia
like these Bitters.
IFor Female Complaints, in young g
or old, married or single, at the dawn *if we.
manhoad, or the turn of life, these Tonile
flitters display so decided an influene that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the V itiated Blood when
crer you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores
cleanse it when you fid it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; eleanse it when it is
foul ;' your feelings will toll you when. Keep
the bleood pure, anmd the health of the systems
It. ii. MenonALn & Co.,
D)ruggists anda Gen. A gis., San Frranetson, (Cauntls
and cur. of WVashinmgton and Chasrtonm 8t.., N. Y.
Sold by n.ll Druggists and Dealer. .
tat exfra Signur titred Uioanvassedl
EL. . MoOv-t*1i y
Fresh Supply of
ri n folloawing varieties of Trurnip
.i. Seed juast arrived and for sale ait
Early Red Top, Strmp Leaved,
Early White, Flat Strap Leayed,
lamigs improveel Ruta Baga, Larrgo
Yellow Globe, Large White Globo,
Early Cowhorn, Yellow Aberdeen
and Golden Ball.
Asupply of ladies 'iik anid Kid O?ovea,
- Pool Sik lhlehed and Israw
Homespun, also a few helhs of It oz.
Osnabturg. by F~'