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Bloaohings-R. L. Dannenberg..
Taken Up-J. T. W. Stitt.
Notice to School Trustees-W. J.
Crawford, School Commissioner.
A Beneficiary Scholarship- W. J.
Crawford, Ohm. Co. Board.
. Due West Female Collego-J. I.
To Tus PUBLIc.-Read our adver'
tisomnent. Landecker & Co.
Copious rains contiuiue to fall
throughout the county, and crops are
The Trial Justices "did a thriving
business Saturday. Nearly the
whole day was occupied by those
functionaries in disposing of cases.
Bleaohings at DANNENBERG'S
one yard wide only loets. We have
plenty on band and still more com
ing. "And where are we now." *
Farmers in this vicinity are comA
plaining very much about the cx.
cessive rains. They say that cotton
is shedding very rapidly.
Niles G. Parker, of coupon notorie
ty, who escaped from the Columbia
jail by means of the lightning rod
("so sod") is back in his old quarters
where he is likely to remain for some
To -rTT LADIES-Ballou's 1 yard
wide bleaching', 121 cents, will ar
Planters tell us that there is more
corn planted this year in Fairfield
than has been planted since~ the war.
If seasons continue good corn, will not
be worth more than fitty cents a
bushel this winter.
We are having too much rain.
Capt. H. Edmunsa reports that oot.
ton is fronehing and losing heavily.
The rains here and the freshets out
West may yet greatly diminish the
crop of 1875.
The colored exeursionists from
Charlotte to Wilmington returned
from the latter city through this
place Wednes ay night and were
serenaded by the coleod band of our
Parties desirous of obtaining good
lumbbr should apply to Mr. C. A.
A boll at Buffalo Mill near Buffalo
% Church. Mr. A bell has a fiee mill
situated near splendid timber, and
is an experienced hpand at the busi
nes. We gliarantee satisfaction.
DANNENBIERG the leader of
low prices has been selling 1 yard
wide Bleachinga for l0ots, and will
eontinuo to do so. We never take
a back seat. "To be sure." *
Letter-heads, bill-heads, commet
cia! tags, dodgerb, programmes, post.
era, &c., neatly printed at this office.
We have the best press made, besides
new material and first-class work
snoo ; consequently we are prepared
to do number one work at a low price
for cash. Give us a trial.
Some scoundrel has pulled off the
sign board on the corner of College
and Zion 8t. We hope the police
will keep a strict watch out for
these mid-night marauders and
bring them up before the police
court. It makes no difference who
Dan Rlochelle and Charley Smith
were brought before Alderman
Gerig Thursday for raising a dis
turbance on the street. A fter being
reprimanded severe!y by Alderman
0. they weore allowed to depart on
leaving two dllars eacha with the
The republican precinct meetings
take plnce to-day, for the purpose
of electing delegates to the nominat.
ing convention next Monday. We
earnestly hope that whiskey will
be kept away from the colored pee,
pie. In case they got too much of
it on hoard the police will no doubt
Sowe of our exchanges complain
terribly of the "pinbacks" that are
now worn by the ladies. This is a
little "too thin," and wye hope they
will "hang up on it," as the fashion
is just developing itself in our town,
and we hear a good many old "bach
es" say they have boon captivated.
We think its the boat fashion out.
We like it.
COLLECTING 1118 BET.-OO the
night of the election, just as the re
satilt at the Charlotte box had beon
announced, a certain dentist proposed
to a friend to bet him the pulling of
a tooth against 50 cents that the
Domoorats had carried the county.
The bet was taken, the dentist lost,
and yesterday the gentleman went
around and had a tooth pulled. Such
a bet as the average man don't care
to collect.-Charlolte Observer..
Wonder if that was Simpson ?
Major Rosborough and Right
Goings were guardhoused Saturday
for raising a disturbance atthe repub
lioan meeting. Sunday tnorning
they were brought before Alderman
Gorig, who fined them five dollars
each or twenty four hours in'the'guard
house. Right procured the neces.
a .ry five and went on his way rejoic
ing, but Major was not so fortunate
and had to content himself peeping
through the bars until yesterday
morning, when he was turned loose
in time to take p trt in the big pow
Saribner for August has been re
ceived. It is the best magazine for
general reading of its price in the
United States. The stories are
charmingly written, and the miscel
St. Nicholas for August is full of
good reading for the little folks.
Although designed for them espoial.
ly, older perious will find it inter
esting. Address Soribner & Co.,
743 Broadway, N. Y.
We return thanks for an invitation
to a pionic at Ilemphill's fishpond
near Bluckstock on Thursday last.
We regret extremely we could not
attend. But newspaper men have
no ready means of locomotion, and
cannot 'always gratify their desire
for moving round and seeing every
thing that is going on. We are
with our friends in spirit when we
are unable to be with them in per
Wyatt Moslaster and John
Rochelle, both colored, being a lit
tle short of funds last Wednesday,
relieved John Johntou, also colored,
of his pocketbook conta'.iing sixteen
dollars and a half. These two wor
thies were overhauled shordLy a.fter
the theft and the money recovered
They were brought bofore Justice
Machey who boundht era over in
the sum of three hundred dollars
eaeh to appear at the next term of
the circuit court. Stealing is get
ting too common in this eolmmunity
and the sooner .thieves are made to
feel the strong arm of the law, the
bettor for our citizens. The offence
charged is pocket picking, which
ranks as grand lpreeny.
To TIIE JADIs.-Our new ealieoes
will arrive to-day. Fall styles,
choice patterns, and at same prices,
The Richiland Volunteer Rifle
Club of Columbia celebrated their
62od anniversary last Mqpdagd
Among the list of survivors who
followed the tortune of this olt. and,
well tried organization through the
late war, (eight of whom were'present)
we noticed the name of our young~
friend and fellow-oitizen Mr. Jno. C)
Sqjuier. Johnny enliefed in this old
company when a beardless boy in
I86l,andl fought with it during the
entire wart It was attachied to the
first S.. C. Recgiment of infantry,
McGowan's brigade, and as every.
body knows, saw har-d scervice. We
hopo our young friend will live to
see many m.ore anniversaries of the
Rtieland Rifles, bosides to enjoy
the society of those who stood side
by side with him on the battle field.
IMrOtTANT 'to MSDPCAI, Siue
Due~v.--The) Tlrusteca of the Louis
vifloeMedica&l College (Louisville,
Ky.) have, in accordance with the
pr-ovisioIns of their charter, establish
ed a Beneficiary System, whereby
any young man studying modicine
and being unablo to pay for his edu
cation, nnmy receive a IBenefieiary
Scholarship, whIoh relieves him of
t-aymnt of' the Professors' fees.
The publio will be pleased to learn
that th~is well known? U~iege has
*ubolished all fees fo-r its its diploman;
the~ Faculty being thus wholly unin
terested pecuniarily in the result of
all exuminations fre grauan
For. particular,, address Dean of
Louisville Meoieal, Oo lege, 103
Second street,Louisville, Ky.
Winnsboro has been a scene of
confusion for sevorpl, days past. On;
Saturday, the preqiugt meeting was
hold in the pines to eleet deegates to
the nominating Convention. On the
first voto it appeared that over six.
hundred persons were counted, about
twice as many as have ever met
before. Ruff's supportors,were in a
large majority,, but his opponents
olaimed that many of his voters were
not entitled to vute,and after making
a protest they held another conven
tion and elected a contesting delgae..
Monday the .dplegotes came to
town, and there was greet animasity
developed between thep adherents of
the different oandidate4., The con
vention'met in thbq Cur't Uouso.
There was an incessant wrangling
for several biourn. Up to time of
going co prpes th9fq ,wa no .businos
transa'cted,'and tle convpntion -
journed until' 10 'blooldlif mornin .
Mr. W. R. Marshall gave'ts a call
on Saturday. IIo has been enaged
since the first of July in taking the
census of the county. Although he
has accumulated a large amount of
material he has not yet systematized
it so as to make any definite report.
lie has hurriedly run up the returns
for1'ownahip 8, the country lying
between Ridgeway and Doko, and
finds that in this township there are
%i hite males 507
White females 055
Total whites 1062.
Colored males 585
Colored females 621
Total colored 1206.
Total population 2268.
By the census of 1870, no doubt
imperfect, there were returned 790
whites and 772 colored, showing an
increase of 706 for tIis census.
The figures given by Mr. Marshall
may be altered somewhat by a care
ful revision. We shall give further
results as they are furnished us.
To THE PuB.Le.-Mr. B. 8ugely
heimer, of the firm of S. Landeeker
& Co., will leave Winnsboro in the
course of a few days to inake.his pur
chases for the fall trade of an entire
new supply of dry goods; clothing and
notions. Also a handsome stock of
shoes and Loots. Any parties desir.
ous of having any l rivate orders at
tended to will receive :our sincere
attention. Our stock will be such
as to compete with anything seon h
of New york. Our sina is to have
a stock to vie with anything in
Winudboro, and our prices to suit the
closest buyer. We intito the
planters ot' Fairfield to go where
their interests are studied, not
in selling, but in the purchase of
goods where undoubtedi they will
receive bargains heretofore never
offered in the t'own.
Be ye patient apid ye shall be satis
A small mare Mule, which the owner
can get by upplying to me on
Jackson's Creek, proving propetty" and
-aug 17 ci J. T. wV. STITr.
ljl E Trustees of Publie Schools or F lr,
'"'ied Courrity inustcdpof: to' ahe Ib
the 1st of 8eptember, tho number of chil
dren In their respective districts, between
t he gos of ix enisixtott rs~ elasi
w. J. CR AWFORD,
Sang ld~-f~4x*: ho409 C ggf.
A Beneficiary Scholarsitip
IN time State Univrsty lias been, award
Ledl.toF Fjirfldh County for tihe ensu
ing year. Applicants for the same are
required to present thmemselvos before the
County board of Examiners on Monday,
20th Septemnber,. mo stapd a -dompetitive
examinia~ionlin the English brene's: and
t'e rusments of Latin. TliN Ua vrsity
termi begins on the lst of Oectober.
W. Jl. ('RAIWFORLD
sag 4-t2x2 Chm. Co. Iloan'd.
Due West Female College.
TIrc sixteenlti year of thiss In
stitution will open Monday, Oct.
4m h. Faculty complete, couirse
of study t*borongh, Government
kind ad iretal, location
healthy and pleasant, terms reasuonabie.
The President ad his family will oois
l'y the College and will have charge of
the boarding deparf ment.
'To o Collegn building is undergoing
thorough repairs, and will be gomptote'ly
refurniishecd For C~atalogne, add'te's
J. I. DJONNElR,
Due West, A bbeville Diet., 8. C.
~r'UiOR smoothness, dusrability and beau.
..U ty of roof, our shingles cannot be
suirparsed.; -'A $iOgi. oq gap w;ill
uso no otfier. $o aey R. [IL.
LIPS, our agent at Winnsboro. 8. C.
P~ltKINs & W ALLCE,
12.1-2 cts.12 1-2 cts.
CANT BE BEAT.
1 Yard Width.
Don't Fail To Go To
R. L. DANNENBERG
At the Old Stand.
BACOT & CO,
WILL NTOT BE
ANY i IEiII lOU
I never have nor never will play
SECOND FIDDLE TO'
1 YD. WIDE
l0b. 10o. lOc.
I9ompe tit ion I
. Please annouince S. W. R1OFF nA a
Oanldidlate for Sheriff at the eninuing ole.
tion and oblige his
M ANT IEints.
Air. Editor :
Allow nis a "pace in your cohmumns to
puf. befoie the pnblio M~r. A. F,
GOOD1ING. asian stritable person to fill the
offic of- Shefiff We sincerely hope he
will receive a unanimous vote.
Mr. Editor :..
Please : anntonee our - friendI
MR. JTOIN D. McCAJll L'W as a candlklar o
for the o ico of $heriff. We earnestly
hope ho Will .get, the it n divided vote - of
6I4Oony wliloh ho riohly deseorves.
to sale, at the Drug Storsecie and
CUAntLxp LAnnD, ESSAYIST. denouno
all spirituotts liquor. as "We
Dlimnation." Poor follow : ho knew
whereof he spake, by sad experience, and
If liviig would apply the same to Alco.
bole Excitants, advertised as tCurealls.
Bit there i l one Tonic and Alternativo in
existence-the best the world has evet
known-*hlch contains no alcohol. It is
D)r. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters.
SPTAM Powsati I'ItNO.--Pamoph!ets of
all linJs a re cheaply and expeditiouly
printed by Walket , Evans & Coguwetl,
['hnrleslion, R. 0. 'their pressts are in
fil blast on this claes of work, bu t still
heir tacilitici are so great that there is
iways root for mor' work Pri ceedings
of Meetings, Conventions, College Coln.
Itnecements, Speeches, Bri -fe, &c., &c.,
ire eteouted in the bst style and with
NoTiHINo is MOns LADY i.IRK thans iho
lise of tine note pnper and a neat fashion.
rble envelope So thitk the fortunat e
receivers of such billet-doux. The
sweetness of a charming senteue is
rendered more delicious, it conveyed on a
lelicate (inted sheet- of I'irie's Nets
Paper. It Is bad taste in a gentlewan
writing to a lady on inferior stationery.
If you wish to be posted on the latest
tuvelties, the fashion in these matters,
enclose a stamp to Walker, Evans &
Jogswell, for one of their little fashion
tooks "Card Etiqutette," or seud an order
Nor a recoherche lot of paper and envelopos
f (ho lt aist style. Do not forget at the
same time to order a mottogram.
Dr. J. Walker's California Tin
igar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
)reparation, made chiefly from the na
;lvo herbs round on the lower ranges of
he Sierra Nevada mountaina of Califor
la, the medicinal proportles of which
re extracted therefrom without the uso
if Alcohol. .. The question is almost
lally asked, "What is the cause of the
inparallolod buccess of VINNoAR BIT.
rxnat3" Our answer is, that they remote
he canes of disnase, and the patient re
sovers his health. They aro the groat
lood purifier and a life-giving principle,
perfect Renovator and Invigorator
f the avstei. Novor before in the
istory of" the world has a medicine been
ompounded possessing the remiarkablo
uahittes of VIRROAR BITTsas In healing the
ick of every disease man is heir to. They
re a goutlo Purgativo as woU as a Tonie,
eliering Congestion or Inflammnation of
he Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
The properties of DR. WALK U's
iriNOA UITTR Rs are Aperient, Diaphorotio,
jarndinative, Nutritious, Laxative, )iurotto,
sedativo, Counter-Irritant] 8udorife, Altere.
ive. and .&nti-Bilioua.
Esa' 7cr CaL~'c3.p
I' t. RtoBfl ''SoN,
)1'FIC IN ICEAl OF COUtT' IIOUd.r.
WINNSBOh'O, S. C.
fdy- All business entrusted to him wil
receive prompt attent ion.
1. A UAI...nt. 11. M. DAVE
GAILLARD & DAVIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NO. 2 LA W1' RA NG.4',
WINNSBORO S01TH CAROLNA
1 Ilhds. 14. O. Clarified
sugar', 10 Bbls9. N. 0. Molass..
A for'rner' lot of tho goods
iaVe gi ven gener'al satisfactionx
Give Them a Trial.
BEATY 1BRO. & SON.
THIE .lAS. LEFFEL~
houble Turbiue Water W4heel,
, POOLE & HUNT,
7,0o0 ROW5 I N UsiE,
.. Itimplo, Strong, Durable,
- aa reliable and satis
Msnufacturern, also, of
Saw & Grist Mill Mun.
Ig Maehn o ruing
rat ndioery best, nis: Boend for Clrenlart.
E r gents for abirge Na w f or
TEA if1U3 P. nil have unowo
hatni Giunpowdeor an d Y'oun~g il y~' nt Ten
putt tip in one lb. anl di j lb. tilt(f ennisters
war'ranted full weig lht and to give enthI
ractei or lihe purchrse
Monley Ret'uiuded I
l.'ios low. Glive (tem a t rial.
111ATY AfRG. & SON.
T~UST flecrh'd, asutpply of Ttarnfpj seed
.l*of ap proveu varieties.
White Leadl, Randh Paper, Mixed P aints
)ils, D~rtags,- Medicines, Books, Paper, Ink
MsM ASTER & ]3RICE,
The Synpions of Liver complaiut are unit
I he pain is in the siliotllder, and is nmistake
ed with the loss of appetite and sickness,
terating with lax. The hoal is troubled vI
siderahlo loss of meoUry, acconpaniel with
sometbing wit oh ought to have boern done.
and low apirits. Sometimes many of the al
very few of them ; but the liver is generallj
E~cme 3ELomoc1 .
h, warraftted not to 'ontutia a single
particle of Mercury, of tiny injurious
mineral stbslanco, but is
PUt/I. Y VIGETABL 9
containing thoseSouthern roots and liotbe
which an allWlise Puovidened has placed
in countries where Liver Diseases most
prevail. It will ouro all diseases caused
ny dorangnmunts of the Liver itud Bow
Simmons Liver Regulator, or Medicine,
is emincutly a family tedicinae, and by
b.ing kept. ready for immediate resort will
save man an hour ofsutl'ering and many
a dollar time'f and doctors' bills
After over Forty Y ears trial it is still
receiving lie most unqaualified test i.
monials toils virtues from persons of th e
highest charaelor and responsibility.
Emmient physicians commend it as the
for consumpti fi, llundaoho. Pain in the
shoulders. D ziness, Sour Stomach, lad
taste i-. the uonthb, billious attacks, Pal.
pitation of the Li cart, Pait in the reginst
of the Kidneys, desponleicy, gloom atd
forebodings of evil, all of which ate the
offspring oft diseased Liver.
For Dyspesia or Indigestidn.
armed with this antidote all climates and
chahages of water and food may he faced
without fcar. As a Remedy in Malarious
Fevers, Bowel Coinplaints, restlessnesd.
IT HAS NO 1QUAL.
IL is the cheapest, purest and the best
Family Medicine in the world I
limy no powders'or Prepared Simmons Liver
Regulator unless in our engraved wrap
per with Trade mark, stamp and signrturo
unbroken. None other is genuinb.
J. It. ZEILIN & CO.
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SlitinbUMI Lve Regnlttoi.
For all diseases of the Livel' Stonmach and
Spleen. As a reamedy itn
Mialarious l'evrcre. lBowel Complaints,
Dyspepsiai, Mtical Depression llest.
lessness, Ja~unii'e, Nauisen. Sick
1/eadlcho, Colic, LConstipa..
tion and WI Ii ous;ness.
July 1 3m
Di. P. 1?ELIllNG, JUUlE 01. i
We have teOOOvod, alta arc now openi
Orders promptly filled, and all ~
Whiolesaile Dealersi in and11 J
No,. 2, xniyue stree(, 4
EST ABLISH ED 89
o VRR TfiliRTY 7) I/A RR8 EX''RRJ cIEC
IN' T'J hJ' A TPLf AN'D CLOCK~
(1OLD and Silver Watchies, (t he very
~. best ii ime keepiers) ol id (old Cha-ins,
hiolIl Plat ed Chainsl iings and Si ver Bubh
Chains, which J gutatntee. Also, Breast
Pins Collar andI Shirt fBntt ins of all dlos..
eriptions. A set of licatdtifual Olocits, 3l M
can beat themn ? Rtepairing lono In a
workman-like manner. Satisfaction gaaran
* Evreli flreakl fastL Tell.
UJNP(WlKt Tea, intung Jfgsou Teal
~.X Onirng Tea,,, guar-ant ced tine. Cal
anti got a sample- For sale by
~1MAi f-TFim &t nn Ire,
)siniessandi pai in lo side, 8oHotim
n fot- rhounatism. The smtamach is affoo
bowols in geoeral Costive, somletimes a
ti pain, and dltl, heavy sensations eon
painful sonsation of having loft undono
Oftin complaining of weakness, dobility
ove attend the diseaso amid at other Limes
the organ most involved.
"I ittto never seen or tried gud it
simple efficacious, satisfactory and pleas
ant remedy in my ife."--I. Iidinos,
Lo UaIS, Alo.
ko1. :Alek, "- eia'et
"t occasionally use, when any odnditto
requires It, Ur. Siimmitios'. Liver Rlegulac
tor with gdod effect.".-lots. Ale. jil.
* Oovei'ndr of Alalaina'
''ottr Regulator has been in use In niy
family for sonne time, and I dm pursunded
it is a valuablo addition to tho medical
soience."--lov. .1. (ill S sorter, Ala.
"1 habe used the legulator in rty funni
ly for the past soventoon years. I can
Hilfely reonimemmld it to the world as the
best medioino I have over used for ail
class o' diseases it put-ports r. to euro
II. F. Thigpen.
President Olt? Badk.
"Sittmmnons' Liver legtilator lite droved
it good and eflicaoiottf mediciue.'--C. A.
'Wo ' Iavd been noquainted with Dr
Sin-mons' Liver Medione for more thad
twetnty years, and know it to be the bost
Liver leguiitor offered to the ittblid. --
M. Rt. Lyon and 11. I,. Lyon, lellefontaine"
"I Wa:s cuired by Sintmous' Liter Rdgoa
ladi', after having suflored several year
with Chills and Fever-"t. F. Anderson
"I Have bon a dyspetic fot'years ; be
gan the ldgulator two years ago ; it h a
noted like a charm in my case."--Itev. J
"t have given your medicine a
thorough trial, and in no caso has it failed
to give satisfaction."--E.Lllen Mleacham,
Sheriff Bibb Oounty.
il have uised your Itegula'or with sne.
dessful effeot in iillious Colio and Dys
pepsia. It is an excellent remedy and
certainly a public blessing."-C. Mastore
son, Dibb County Ga,
"My wife and self have used the tegat.
later for years, and testify to its great
virtues."--Rv. J. Folder, Perrv Ga.
"1 think Simtious Liver lcgulator one
of the bent ntedhlines evor naue for the
Liver. My wife and many others, have
used it with wonder ful elect."-E. K,
Sparks, Albany, (Ia.
"1 have used the Rtegllor lh my famni.,
ly, also in miy regular piractice, and have
foumr.d it a umost valuable and satisfactory
edicine, amnd believe if It was used by
e profession it would be of serviceu ia
many cases, I know very maic h of
inponent paiis, anid certify itsm medi..
tial icies are perfect ly harmlos."
iggs, w. D .t1o n, Ga.
2-n i .
F'ROM $1 00 to
0 CE1~TS A 30X,
To meet the dlemantd for a
Safe and Reoliablo
EYER AM) AGUE ANIDIDOTPE
Ar A rmhie within the reach of all
NEVElt KNOWN TO FAIL4
PHIYSICIANS P~RESCRUIE TIEM.
over wss Medioine so Desorvedly .Popuilas'
na large and new stook of Hloots,
odds with ouir brand warranted4
:1mG a CC.
Infittfactuf'ev8 of Bo~ots, Shoes~
ho'. of Cladrelh sreet,
CON, Si 0'
Enwck Eye Beeo-If fro
And Moth Trap.
fIONIENR (irOWNEY & C&~t., propmie.
'.L'ormifor the counties of I'nlrilold and
Ch ator, offer Waarmn R&Igtai to mnako
nd0 uso the same with sample hivo for
a$10.00. Apply at once anid be ready to .
hensoe thmo first aiwarums,
moar 10 Wionnsboro,
100) ozs sulhae of Qeiinso
10 lbs. (him Opium.
For sale at the Drug Store~ of