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Just Received-. N. Withers.
Election for Sheriff-see advertise
Our old time piece, the town
.166k, took holiday Sunday. This
was owing, no doubt, to the absence
of Charley, the winder.
Electioneering is still up to fever
heit, and will likely continue so up
to 16th inst., when one of the can
didates, at least, will have to "take
Mr. John D. McCarley throws his
banner to the breeze this inio,n.thg.
He is making a livjly canv.,ss, and
will stir up matters pretty considera
bly. His chances arv.baid,to be fiest
The Chester Reporter has rcoeived
the first open boll of cotton and says
it is not the Cheatham. We would
guess not front the looks of soee of
the Cheatham patches around our
Mr. C. M. Chandler, leader of
the Cornet band, leaves us to-day
for the mountains of North Caroli
na in search of a cooler place and
roecreation. We wish Charley a
pleasant trip and a safe return.
Capt. UI. A. Gaillard's horses be.
came unmanageable last Sunday
evening and ran away, tearing the
buggy to pieces. Owing to the
breaking of the tongue . Capt.
G's family had time to get out of
the buggy before the horses started
The recent dry spell has coused
cotton to shed wonderfully. Not
only squares but bolls one-third
grown are dropping from the stalk.
Several farmers t 11 us they have
never seen crops fail faster in all
their p.lanting experienee,
One of the fifteenth amendmnent
attempted to get on the train Sun.
day evening in rear of Dr. Robert
son's residence, while the trnin was in
motion. He was thrown violently
against a fence where ho lay for
somUetim)e, and finally hobbled ofi
home a aadder if not wiser man.
Our city fathers have adorned the
different corners with sig~n boards
giving the name of the streets. Con.
sequently strangers won't be at a
loss hereafter to find the prominent
business houses and are not apt to
get lost, especially when old muan
B's gong sounds the dinner hour.
We noticed yesterday morning a
goodly numuborof the canine species
bearing th'e town badge, and some~
that didn't have thait ho'nor.
Those that don't "reckernize" the
town ordlinance we advise to keep
a keen eye. for Tom Murphey and
Meetings are being held all ever
the County in the interests of' the
different aspirants for the oflice o1
Sheriff. We are unable to say who
will he the winning horse, as each
one scoems to be conlident of sue.
A portion of Mr. TI. U. Rtobertson'i
plantation WAS vi.ited last M~onday
evening by a very severe hail storm,
Mar. R. tells us that his corn and
cotton were literally torn to pieces,
.In several pinces not a plant wais left
to toll where the stalk had been
Mr. and Mrs. Sam'l B. Clowne~
and Miss Agnes Milling returned
home Tuesday from a pleasant tril
to Saratoga. and other Northerz
pleasure resorts. The Cauptain is the
picture of good health, and speaks in
glowing terms of his cordial recopticin
F~rom what we can learn, each one
of the amniate now,.. runnin.. fo
Sheriff is aonfident of being elected.
If uohbuld be the base we will
have three Sheriffis And won't the
obap t.iat 11a't pay the priater and
forget to settle up,their liens have
a gay old time with three Sheriffi
straight after them I
The pugilistic m rket opened
brisk yesterday morning, two fights
and A* skirmish having occurred
amo-ag the colore population as ear
ly as 7 o'clock A. bl. Eleotioneer
ing whiskey seems. to have'4een the
CUU86 of the di6turbanoo. Nobody
hurt, strange to say.
We learn that Messrs. W. R. Duty
& Co., will commence shortly the
erection of a very large livery and
sale stable where the old Laughlin
blacksmith shop r,ow stands. These
gentlemen are natives of Kentucky
but have bebn among us for a num.
ber of years, and by their integrity
and vtrict attention to business havo
won the admiration of our entire
Dog days will commence to mor
row morning. That is, all dogs found
on the street without a tuwa collar
%ill be taken charge of by the police
and after being imprisoned twenty.
four hours will be sent to the phos
phate beds if not taken out by their
owns and the fine paid. Mr. John
A. Fraser, clerk U Council, I.as the
collars for sale.
We have received a oommunica.
tion from Feasterville in reply to
'It's" letter in a late issue. The
writer has neglected to sign hid
name, and for this reason we
cannot publish the communication,
it is the rule of all offices that all
communications must be written
ou but one side of the paper and
must be accompanied by the real
name of the contributor. If "Gran.
gar" will send us his name we will
insort his oomunijation.
Quite a large republican meeting
was held in Barber's hall last Tues
day nightto diseus the merits of the
different oandidutes for the office of
Sheriff. Speeches were made in be
half of the three aspirants with a vim.
BIut the wittiest one of all was made
by i colored man named Henry Bar
ber. When asked what condition the
fommer Sheriff (Duvall) had left the
office, he replied, "In a pretty damn
bad condition." We agree with
It would do the hesr1s of those
of our farmers good who believe that
cotton is king to pay a visit to Capt.
Samn'l. B. Clowney's seven acre field
of ku klux corn. And we have no
doubt they would come to the con
clusion that it is best to raise their
corn, oats, hay &e., at home. This
is the linest field of corn we have
seen this season. We coanted as high
as six good ears on one stalk. Who
can best it i
The election for Sheriff of Chester,
which came off last Wednesday, re
sulted in the election of Col. Jdh,n
W. Walker, over Richafdson, th.e
for mer negro post..mastecr of Ches.
ter. Walker's majority is 207. On
Tlhursday bight after the result of
the election had been made known
twelve guns were fired, and a
grand torchlight procession paraded
the streets. They were addressed
by Col. Walker, Judge Mackey and
other prominent gentlemen of Ches
ter. -This is the secondi or thir d
time thnut (Jol. Walker has been
elected to this important ofiiens
which he has filled heretofore hona
esthy and conscientiously. Only one
ditiiuly is reported, thakt betweeci
two negroes. One was knocked d.own
with a stone anad the other received a
pistol bullet in his right lung.
Please annoud ee 8. W. R U FIF na a
eandjilate ror Sheriff at the en.1uing uleo .
a.ionu and oblige his
Allow us a space in your columns tt
putt before tho public air. A. F.
(GOODINO. as a suaitable person to filli the
othee of Sherli' We sincerely hope he
will receive a unnaimous vote.
Mr. Rditor :
Please announce our friend
MIt. JO HN D). MoCAl.LEJY as a candidate
I or the office of tSheriff. We earnestly
hope he will get the undivided vote ol
the County whick he richly deserves.
100 oa. whplat ofaun,,e*
&0 vialg ' ' "*" Morphitte.
10 lbd.iiuir O pium.
# " Carnphor.
Fore ale at the Drug 8tore of'
june a wV -~ AIwr N.
UMAnt04 14 Fteipg. 'dyhouno
all sorl tuous liquors as "We
Damnation." Poor fellow; ho knew
whereof he spake, by sad experience, and
if living, would apply the same to Alco.
hoh1 Excitants, advertised as itlureolls,
But there ,1 ove To iio and Alterpative ii
txisten6e-Ath6 bet' thI.world has evet
known.-whlieh contains no alcohol. i, it
Dr.-Walker's California Vinegar Bitters,
NOT11NO IS MORE LADY LIKE 1hnn th
use of fine note paper and a neat fashion.
able onvelope. So think the fortunate
receiVers of such- ,billet doux. The
sweetness of a charming eentence is
rendered wore delicious, if conveyed on n
delicate titited sheet of Pirie's Nein
Paper. It is ba4 taste in a gentleman
writing,to # ldy on inferior stationot-y.
If you wish to be posted on the lateet
novelties, the fashion in these matters,
enclose a stump to Walker, Evans &
Oogswell, for one of their litid fWhion
books "Card Etiquette," or send an order
for a reohercho lot of paper and envolopes
of the lataut stylet, I, o not fprget, at the
same tine to order a nionogram.
Dr. J. Walker's California Vin.
egar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, mado chioily froin the na.
Live herbs found on the lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, th medicinal properties of whiol
aro extracted therefrom without the use
of Al.oliol. The question is almost
daily askcd, "What is the cause of the
unparalleled success of VINEGAR BiT
THUSt" Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of diseano, and the paticit re
vovers his health. They are the great
blood purifier and a lifo-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of the system. ..NovQr before in the
history of the world has a.' modiWno been
rompounded possessing the reniarkabla
quahties of VINoA n BITTRs in healing the
sick of. every diseaso man is heir to. They
are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Th0 roIpertis of Di. WAL",R'S
VINHGAR rrtTTERs are A porient, Diaphoretio,
Carnainative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Countor- Irritant, Sudorille, Altera.
give. and Anti-Bilion.
R. Il. MCDONALD & CO.,
Druggists and Gon. A gt., San Fraricoo, Californls,
and oor, of Waahington and Chariton se.. N. Y.
Sold by all Druggsats and Dealerm.
.MH. H ALL L CO,
CHARLESO 3. 0.
E. W. Phillips,
W IN N SBO RO, S. C.
1 bale Plaid Homespun.
Mens, Sunday Shoes. anid
stitched Dow'n Shoe..
WVashing Soap, Toilet Soap,
'lTartar' &c. T1ut.t's
Pills, Ilair Dye,
- Ginger .
Shiovels, .Matttress T1wine,
Seine Twine, . Putty, Linseed
Oil and Spaish~ Brown.
McMASTER & B3RIO1i
Bleached IhomesptEn, TIed Ticking,
IIickory Shirting, Gloves a d
Hlosiery, Ganx6 Undershirts,. look
Alpacs, B3arees foi' Veii, .fne,
Spool ThreAd, Nedles, Lidlies''Onlts
and holls,'., Neoj Ffills; 3olts and
Biuellos, Pearl Buttons ..,
Moliaster & Brice'
Election for Sherir.
' iE fonwi lng P11anage6 *ill conduat
thezefectlot' Iror .Sheriff of this
county, to be helI0 on Tuesday the 24th
4ay Of August next lu the following pre
Jas K Rsbb, 8 J; Swygart and a eo.
R,T Yarborpugh, Jas K Davis and W
C W Faucett, Jno A F Coleman and
John MoLurkin, Calvin Brice and
Thus. Den itt.
Jas A MoCrorcy, Jas L Richmond and d
SLrother Ford. 0
Lewis Iardlaw, WI E Yongue and Win.
T I Robertson, T W Rabb and Jno. D. I
Jno A Desportes, Howell Edmunds and
R H Jennings. Jno W Robinson and
J W Staris, Moses Baker and Henry
Fairfield Court liouse, this the 27th
day of Ju y 1875.
JAS. [H. UTON.
Commissioners of Election for Fair.
The state of South Caroina
COUNTY OF FAinFICI.D.
Office Clerk or the Circuit Court of
General Sessions and Comm. n Pleas.
I 8AMUEL B. CLOWNEY, Clerk of n
said court, in pursuanco of the re
quirements ofSection 26, Chapter XXI1. 11
i the General Statutes of the State or
:-zonoh Ctrolina, do hereby give public 1
not ice that an election for Sheriff rur Fair
field County. to fill the vacancy in said
-tHie, c1anwid by t lie resignation of L. W.
Duvnll, wil bo beld on 'Iuetday, the
wenty-fourth day of August next. at the e
unna pinces of election throughout the
Witness my hand at Winnsboro this
13t!i day of july A . D., 1876.
6AMUELM It. VLOWNEY,
July 14-ti x5 Clerk of Circuit Court.
ROSENHEIM & CO.,
R1ESPECTFTFULLY inform ifie pub.
lie in general that they have op ened
thie store formerly occupied by J. Il.
Vothcart where they intend to conduct a
general stock of merchandise, consisting of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Fair and square treat men t to eac a and
every one that will call on us.
Fr'esh and genuine Turnip
Seed fromn David Landreth&
Son, comUpising the following
White and Yellow,
My Stock of D)RY GOODS,
Boots Shoes, H 'ts, Cap,s,
Clo thing Notions,
will be relenCishled fromu time
to time, anld will be sold
as low FOR CASh,
as the same airti
cles can be
A few semmner Dress Goods,
on hand which will be disposed
YEIW LOW RATES,
-L N. Witnaews
~julf 27- 4
Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Oil,
The Nymptonts of Wiver complaint are u'n
the pain is in the sfioulder, and Is mistak
od with t.he loss of appetite and siekness,
teraling witlh lax. The head is troubled w
siderable loss of memory, accompanie witC
something wh*ch ought to have been dono.
and low atirits. Sonetlme-i many of the i
very few of t.hem, but the liver Is general]
'i warranted not to contain a single
partice of Mercury, or any injurious
mineral substance, but Is
PURE1Y 1 VEGETABLR
containing thoseSouthern roots and Herbs
which an alliwise t aovidenoe has plaood
in countries where Liver Diseases most
prevail. It will cure all diseases onused
oiy dorang)meats or the Liver and Bow
Simmons Liver Regulator, or Medono.
Is eminently a family medicine, and by
boing kept ready, for itninediate resort will
savo many an hour ofsuiffering and many
a dol lur in tine and doctors' bills .
\fter over Forty Y ears trial it Is still
receiving the . mobt unqualified teatl.
nonialn toitq virtues from porsons of th e
highest character and responsibility.
E1nnent physicians commond It as the
ror co.sumpti in, Headaohe. Pain In the
shoulders. Dizzineia, 8our Stomach, bad
iaste ii the mouth, billious attacks, Pal.
pitaition of the Heart, Pain in the regions
Df the Kidneys, despondency, gloom and
fort-boditis of evil, all of which are the
)ffspring ofti diseased Liver.
For Dyspesia or Indigestion.
Aried with this antidote all climates and
shahges of water and rood may lie faced
without fear As a Remedy in Malarious
Pevers, Bowel Complaints, restlessnese.
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
[t iq the cheapest, purest and the best
Fumily Medioine in the world i
Buy no powders,or Prepared Bimmons Liver
1ogulator unless in our engraved wrap
)er with Trade mark., stamp and sgnetnve
abroken. None other is getuine.
J. I. ZEILIN & CO.
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Sinxmons' Liver Regulator.
P~or all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
Sr.leen. As a remedy ia
~Iala'rious Fevers, -llowel Comnplaluta,
D)yspepsia , ilent al IDep ression flost.
le&'sness. Jaunudiec, Nausea. Sick
J/endche, Colic, Oo.tstlpa
Lion and -Billibusness.
July 1 dm ]
New Collerecttes, La
New Hamberg E<
New Line Ladi4
* New Line of]
We are, closing out
*which we w
Y llath h t se Is now' ethptds
Satud i perfeet order 'IIodW,b N
bat i~, fro'm 6 t o 8Ba. in., and frofo'4 to
10 p mn. Pt-ice, 20 cents for siegIe bath,
or six bath. for $1.00 .,
July 17.daa m J. E.L itn
Jall for Republican Nominating
. Ornom 09. Ag:N .
-.1PAnTy, FAIRFil961) 00UNWt
WINN860o16, S. C.,JI Uly 26th, 1876'.
N icogrdanae withthorules isuad by
L State Cent rat" CdhIitee, I h6t eby
osue this call for- 0;o'unty Convent io for
he F urpose of nominating a.oandidate for.
ho oflice or Sheriff. Aq 1kl1 the :unexpired
orm caused by the rosagnation of U. W.
)uvall, Esq.,. to bo hold at Wlnnsboro
'ourt House on' Mosday. - 16th day of
kut stot inst. next, at 12 o'clock, bf. Chair
men of Trocinoes are ordered to call
ieeti;ngo of the volers i intheir reopeotivo
rorinucts for, th purpose of eleoting delo
1at.) to said Convention, on Satidity,
4th ony of Augumst nex.. at 8 o'lock p.
t;. at or as near a? 1pratioblb-1he usual
oting places. ihe following nmober of
elegates will be elected from ouch pro
inot. viz :
lent celle, 7
1addon's. Grove, 6
illingsworth, . 4
Chairmen U.'R. Party, P. C.
- : 0 ---
. G.'DE81ORTES & CO., have, by
utual eqnsent, and by. expiration or
mitation, terminated the copartneralip,
D date front July first inst,
Persons indebted will close up their ao
ounts by cash or note by the first dity or
U. 0. DESPOlVn;.Ts,
19. 83. DEsPORT1Es.
WITH ample oapital, I will continue
e business at the same st% id.
U. G, DESPOATES.
July Sth, 1876,
INNOuI & CINKlIl
-g OFFER TO-DAY $
LARGE FRUIT STANDS,
alvers, P1tchuers and Wanter
--A L 80
Nos.3 BIcoati Street atd 109 laSt Say Street,
CHAR LESTON, 8.0O.
YET, StY VSWUN CI RAPR onADF'A Of irrocj,
WM CAN4 FUNaHWORK At
LOWEST LIVjfl PRICES.
FINE FASHIONABLE STATION(hf,
Pifles Paper and Envelope6.
$AJeddingwG,d SaU Jrn'Itations
ott TIs ta 1?sTOCk ANo, PRINygo IN vifS
Vp ei Tbbibe Water Whtee@
* Ili~8mplo St dg~ nhr~~o
Rwys relablo and uatts
,t o o
Daib. j a nary
kosilessand'I pain In the side. 8omo10itm
en for rhoumatism, The stamaoli is affeo
bowels in general costive, sometimes a
ith pain, and dull, heavy s..nsations con
a painful sensation of hiving left undone
Often complaining of weakness, debility
bore attend the disease and at other time,
y the organ most involved.
"I have never seem or tvied such a
simple effioaolous. salipfactory and pleas.
ant remedy in my life"-iI, Uaines, 81.
Lo uis, Mo.
Hon. "Alex. H. Stephens.
"I ooonasionally use, when my condition
requires it, tor. Simmong' livqr Regula.
tor with good effoot."-Hton; Alex. Il.
Governor of Alabama
"Your Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I an pursuaded
it is a valuable addition to the medical
soience."-Gov. J. Gill Sorter, Ala.
"I have used the Regulator in my faml.
ly for the past seventeen yeairp. I can
safely recommend it to the- world as the
best medicine I have ever used' for sll
class of diseases it purports [to eut
H1. V. Thigpen.
"L'immons' Liver Regulator has proved
a good and effloaolous medloino."-C. A.
"We have been acquainted with Dr
Simmons' Liver Medio.no for more than,
twenty years, and know it to be the best
Liver Regulator offered to the public."
M. R. Lyon and H. L. Lyon, Dollefontaine
"I was oured by 81mmous' Liver Regta
later, after having suffered several year
with Chills nd Fever."R. F. Anderson
"ol Have boon a dyspetic for years ; be
gan the Regulator two years a o ; it ha
noted like a charm In my case.' -Rev. I
"I have given your medicine a
thorough trial, and in no ease has it failed
to give satisfaction."-Ellen Meacham
Sheriff Bibb County.
"I have used your Regult'.or with sno.
oessful effect in Hillious Collo and Dys..
pepsia. It is an excellent remedy and
certainly a public blessing."-C. blaster.
son, Bibb County Ga.
"My wife and self have used the Regu.
lator for years, and testify to its great
+irtues."-Rev, J. Folder, Perry Ga.
"I think Simmons Liver Regulator one
of the best medinliies ever mnaao for the
Liver. My wife and many others, have
used it with wondoful effot."-. K.
Sparks, Albany, Ga.
"Ilhave used the Rteguletor in my fami.
ly, also in my regular proctice, andi have
foutnd it a most valuable and estisfacbory
edicine, and believe if it, was used by
e profession it would be of serv ice in
mnany oases. I know very much of
niponnuat parts,: andI certify its mcdi..
nalities aro perfectly harmless."--.
iggs, .M. D Siaco n, Ga.
PRWGE R EDUCED
FROM[ $1.00 to
50 CENTS A LOX,
To moot the demand for a
Safe and Reliable
TEVER AND AGUE ANDIDOTE
-T A r'nicle within the reach of all
BNTIREL~Y V E(ETIABLE,
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL.
PHJYSICIANS P'RDRCRIDE~ TilEM.
fever was Medicine so D.,servedlv Popular
to mna4e room for our
of Fall Goods,
ill throw into
iget at im
JUST IAECIV ED.
A 1upl of lad'es 5i1k anti Kid Gloves
.13, pool Sk,; aeahed and Brown
Tlomeipp, 'ale6 a fe* bolts of 8 os.
.jely WE R. RENNKEN & 00.