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at I P. M. g
livored on 1
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. now loave
Going north in
-. uth, 1.35, , tu '
trains : iaeg
3 Going s. uth, n
Meet at Wn11s
-J. F. McMa r
- 4 4. Aiko . ~ i
Ocj e. Aikon.
.f ? lv ho ship. Dr. Bu4 hi
tny cure you, as t d+
on h . It costs little, al rd
oro' :a 1: rico 25 cents. a
dill ou.. Manty peopl
MM 1 coutly suflred fio
f 7 1'Or? (c^ ,ns of the thieve
d7 h4, uld. be sluirply oc
SiatoU -r MEMORIES.-Get B
hitJ1 Ihort memories ar al
toabf% btle their indebted i
it toll9 '1 -a s if not theith
he h - Iac(d on the LAcK
o .1 x1 will be applied,
+Ind glass next.
) of Iarmony Presby
roshv~torian chiurch at!'
01 ttWredtnesdahy, the 5th of
871 A Presbytery embraces
ae hhi 'es of 'Marion, Dar
dliishnl: n1t , Ma;rlbor~o. Ches.
draw Gesl tw, Hurry, Williams
PCportion of Fa' iriiold1. Trho
Sta ":. 11 continno during tho
alit' ca -- " - _ __
(i u.1,.-A match game of
alMll wJas plaLVed on 1ut '1mimrs
nrce :ng on the College greon,
I the first nine of the Mount
tInb u1) and the Nameless Nine.
Tf oro seven innings, at the
)f Which the )score stood thus :
J.the Nam eless won the ball.
'iN IREM EN's FNTElITAINMENT.
1a I'that the arralgemnents
iIy next, inl aid of the iFazirliuld
Engine Co~nm'my, ae pro
ng fiely'. WeC trust that onr
wil contribulto liberally to
dlOt n1ow making.. to assist an
~ izationi thatd is no(t onily, im'
- mt, but really t. etetial to the i
anymembr of the followin
mmtto Ms. .Jno. C. Mobiley',
rs ]. " lenniiken, Mrs. A. F.
rToWN EI.EcTriON..--'li whole
hewr of registered votersh is
of whicoh 141 are white, and
06b :olored. T1hie following is the
rosult of the elction :
Dr. W. E. Aiken.. . ... .. . ...153
,Wm. N. Chandler............150
R. J. McCa~rley..............137
A. P'. Miller................1
Johnl D). Smart...............24
Sceattoring....... .... .. .... .. .,...8.
-There were 62 votes cast, which
yoe thrown out by the managers as
loga) lhohy were written and con
ainco the words, "For InitendanII)t,"
followed iummediately b~y live nam~fes.
AN AM1nNDED TIcKE.-There was
a meeting of colored men at Barbe)r's
THall on Wednesday Tight for the
pUloso of maikinig noinationis for.
.Intendanift and Wardens of Winns.
boero, at the comning election.; The
.ticket nounmiated is as follows i-.
For Intendant-Dr. W, D. Aikon.
For Wardens- F. Elder, W. N.
C.handller, John) D. Smart anid
it will be be seen that the change
bonsists ini sitriking off th&' namies of
'jie~ssrs. Mrc~arle'y and Miller, nomi
01) n.the( (Citizons' Tficket, anid
subtiutngthose of Fred. Steele
md4 John D).Smr; W rg'o
'thi.4action. The meeting wvhich
nominated the Citizens' Tie'ket
was essen'thuly' coior~vaivo in its
material and- in its action. That no0
4plored ml)n was put on thei ticket
1, thby any me'ans shmow a desireo
the 'icolor linc." John D.
as proposed, and receivedl a
K I vo)to-though not a malf
11 the votes cast. And, we
ons' Ticket entire wouldl
-6 (dvanftage of our whole
vhotregard to race,
A' TPaIharmla WA-RIN.--An ?X
tango gives the following itoni of t
,ate news :
"'ast Wednesday morning,
'illie Kelly, son of 1Mr. James
.ally,- of Blackville, went out
.iinhg. Upon his return ho mot
mng Jack O'Neal, who was a clerk
the store of P. V. Farrell, Lsq.,
Id who asked him if he had killed
lything. Young Kelly drew his
in and remarked, good-naturedly, t
.To, but Ill kill yon," and to the l
d's horrible surpriso his gun went
t; half-cocked, the load taking
rust in young O'Neal's side, caus
g instant death."
This should b a warning to all t
Irsolls who are in the habit of 1
Ladling firo -arms of any lescrip- t
.1n. It is almost criminally foolish
point a gun at a person, un- '
)r any circumstances whatever. j
is a safe rule to avoid j
0 practice altogether. ''his will c
yc the effect of preventing such 1
uartrending accidents 5as that above
)scribed. Young people especially
ould make it a rule never to, point
gun at another. r
ACTS OF TnE Lois.ATURIE.-Among
o acts passed by the legislature
iforo the present recess, are tho
llowing, having reference to Fair.
:ld county :-- j (
An act to rocharter a furry across t
road River in Fairfield county, i
id vest the sam0 in W. J. Shelton, J
., his heirs and assigns. c
An act to amend an act entitled
Ln act declaring a tract of ono 2
mdred neres of land in Fairfield i
'uity as oscheated to the state, 1
ad to vest the title to the same
the trustees of Iidgeway Acade- t
Joint resolution to amn.l a joint
solution entitled "A joint resole
m11 to authorize the county comt- 1
)ssioners of Clarendon and Fair
hid counties to levy and collect a
t cial tax of one and one-half
4 s on the dollar, for the payment
4he past duo; indcbtedness of
il coulties and to regulate the
1 ler of lisbur ing the same."
n act to authorize and roquire
t overnor to appoint one ad- c
d nal trial justico for Fairfield
a partinh1urg counties.
imt reiso1lutioll to legalize the
at is aul ways in tho town of
tiMoxy Plaxsr nmru.-On Wed
nc y night, the 5th inst., Iar- c
m1oiPresbytery will assemble in
Sei Presbyterian Church, in this
to\ Ia continue iU session until 1
en1d of this week. The opening
( vices will conunence at 8 o'clock.
. will consist of a sermon by tile 11
'c ring MIoderator. At the close -
>f he noermon the Presbytery wvill be(
e0 larly organized, by callinig the
o' of iniisters and churches I
lion of Moderator and clerk ;
orc nightng and adjobrning eandy
[mrothr ather itrs asma b
,hot syTesa meetings wihb
>pc1 tanfe o also deieldto
roi dc. Thr il hor pachingl
ynigt tnd probbly ovluier,
lit f21)1elt persons.osn Thia
PreregyteryWi arrive mlin~ilsterof
hosl Pretbyterian ofhurchles whc
rletd inthe ncort-ans ter
'hrom enco hrhorpsoa
-har, alli the sameng tin nmybe,
Tio LhAt fu mting wou~m ld~ con
.ilelt we arrvn extractro
Jude d M ac nd chr day, tegand
vily (be theg'sti ofic fmlies con-~i
mueyt(d witer Heon acdunther
whurch es. b(iciu't~te
Thfoe theyli .roinidt altend
myit~i or lljthenetigs that my baw
Tihedys ek oan terc foloin
Judg Mackyarg to the rand
jury of, Chesiof hich / hil madea
stastyn f b of of thce' stand
juryTh of Lancaso acototf 51
w~hich the haliu~ dischare, them (li
teforesthey h pJlerfone allythe
dbuti enoinoduptontem hu aw.e
iT.he1 oLedge coAin s thenloing
fo reyI tb tho nlgr''o remarksr
In. a briof mnnotre was no
thed fals iy og Jdge Matreyssae
md. hi amte enet~ ahisepaptr visvt.
c1st, he O1lCu was no in ceoln
th preid sin'g kO n andhin
haou it uil atb t onerhor ande I
coforditby t le rk iihi ofC'ourt I
the hoel.oyThere was eciemnt
hou o t ille streets.ailt.vr litea
the Tiii he affitr chiuppr-eds. -
nan who was shot wap about the d<
,goof Gardnor and theywere fatinliato ot
LCquaintantcl.cs. They worO . both fu
indor the influence of liquor at the
imo of the occurrence. m
5th. The ball did not enter tho ar
tead, but entered the right sido of oa
ho face and came out on th' left TI
ide of the nose.
6th. The facts (1) recited by Judge to
Mackey were never made known to
lie grand jury ; and the Judge iust; st
lave picked thom llp on the streets sit
or in is secret cauctisesHa.
7th. As to the dogs "licking the
>lood of Gardner's victim," such an
xpressionl is characteristic of Judge n
lackey. It is unaecessary for as
0 contradict such a statiziemet. A
,vory sanol1 n110.1 knows that it is not m
8th. The Judge charges the Grand
ury of Lancaster with "vi (dliber,/e (
iohatioaf ca n oit solenn Oath.' , 1i 1
nt other words, that they have ja<'r- ch
ur('d thcmiselves. The Graniudir . ?ury
"f Lanicastor are made out (f dilTer
iaterial fron what we think they O
,re, if they do not give Judge Mtacl r(
y the opportunity to prove this as- w<
ertion in the courts. R.
Mr. W. L. )ePass, who it will be la
omhembred, was represented by th
overnor Chamberlain ats colilomn-1- aill
eg the grand jury and justifying w:
lIo action of Judge Mackoy, has br
Written to the Ledbger to deiy the gr
tatoieuts attributed to him by the Al
lovernor. The feeling in Lancas "I
or continues to be one of intensev
adignation alike at the action of the w<
udge, and at that of th. house TI
I representativos in refusing an in an
estigation A meeting of the (iti- i
ens was called for Moiiay last, to 11.;
ive expression to the fooling of the fc<
)ople. The grand jury were like. in
iso requested to meet at the amie b
The more we learn of this tun for- n
unato affair, the more are we co- in
'inced that there should be a full re
nvestigatioi of Judge Mackcy's the
ourse to.wards the grand jury of.
1ancaster. Ther can surely be no
ca1sonable objection to a scar'ching' 1Hi
nquiry into the matter : it would be
s much in justice to 'uiddge Mackey
imuself as to those who d'epreIC-Lb
ate and condomn the clrse he pur- th
ucd towards the grand jury on the fiul
IasC.iioll in inestion. In1-lood, he w
;hould scck aim iivestigationi, as the 1
urost and Speediest m(odo of 'JI1
indicating his judicial character. ;
THE CHEirEai FIIA-.---The circuit
ourt for Chester county, now ini t
ess5ion, hasi hatd munch of its timo 3
onsumoied in the investigation and
rial of cawes growing out of the
rauds in school-cer-tificates, in wh1c1h
t is charged many officials and poim
icitns of the county were iImlicat ed.
'rue bills were found against sever- 1
1 parties-ami ong tihem1 Treasurer
ecomi, Auditor Brawley an~d School i
jOnuissi5oneCr Lloyd Mr. B rawley
Ils ailready bee.n tried, anld therea
udge Mackey staited to the jury .1
hat they would lbe justified ill ac
tuittinig himii, and they a1ccordingIly
ounid aL verdict of "niot guilt."' The
,rial1 of LloydI was1 f ixe.1 for F'ridaiy,
ilarch 31st Judge Mackey bing
kinsman of the de fendan t, and thus
hisquatlified from sitting on his case,
i0ov<;rnor Chamrin atiilppojinted
o try the caso. When Yocomu's case
was called, with aL view to fix a1 day i
or its trial, .Judgo Mackey adldressedl
lie couniseil ill thfe case, stating the
~ours'e he hadl soon1 prop~er to pursue
ni the matter of t-he recent a~ttemptIJ
o bring ab)out his~ imipeachmiient.P
Li.tor stating at length thmo reasonis
mfpollig to such1 a1 course,
.he Judge ainnonneed thant lie feit
valrranited in del~iinlg to sit Onl thil
ano~ of Treasurer Yocomi. lie
bIeni announced that 1he would
cquiest another circuit juldge)
o0 presidlo at tile trial. The th of
p.lril was aftorward1s agreed uipotn as
ho (lay for trial. We aro informecd
haat Judge L. 0, Northrop,!of the sov
Mt~ih eircuit, will sit Oin theO case.
T'rom all appearances, wve conclude
haitt no0 clort will be spared to bring
Iav(J used their ofli('ial posit ionl for
heir own peinnmury aggraifdh'emenlt
mdio to thed injury of the peOople. We~
~ruist thme parltie!.s coict-ed, if an1 y,
~ill bie severeley dealut with,
A MonE!n Scu5oLt-Ho00ar.--Wo paid o.
Lvisit of inspetion a few (lays agon
k> the school-hlouso recently biuilt by ni
~lo JamesiC H. Ilioni, now~ usedl by o
Rliss Katie Obear, and known as the ni
-Kindergarten School." The build bI
ng is located in a pine grove diago. A
fally inl rvi'a of Col .RIion.'s residence, 3'
md10 the situation~ isl in' ll respects 0]
roll adaypted for the purpose.- cool h
ni summerci,'well pi'otctedl from coldi
mdi wind iln wintois and altogether
>lonsaiR and1( hialth'ful. Tho resita C
ion -room'monesures thirty4ivo feot
y3 twenty feet, with a enilirrg twelve
cet high. The iner arranlgomnts p<
Lro perfect. T1hme plastering le
s left unpainted, thme color tI
hus produced being miudh softer C<
mdi altogether better than whlito. m l
oneitilation is abundant through a g
~himney-drum and a water-pipe, anld
whern a~ nusual quantit of ai,. is
sired, the niumbor of .window .af,
rds ready means for a supply, 'the
rnituro is of the muost: iumproved.~
Ike, consisting of noatly.iiisheidj
d substantial desks and chairs-(
ch desk to be used by two pupils. a
io seats vary in size and height 1
suit children of diflerent ages. Z
telh desk is supplied with an ink 6
mdil and a compartment for, books, u
tte etc. The walls of the room f
oi hung witlm~iaps and charts Jo
(I instruction of the children, and f
ar the teacher's desk stands a i
[)be reaudy for special class use.
blackboard stands in on0 corner,'
ar which hang cliarts containing I
e lnultiplicatio-.1 table -a great I
ivenielcc to the juvenile niathe- (
Lticiallls. All the furniturc, Ima1ips, I
arts etc., were furnished by d
VS'. J. WV. SchermIorhorn & Co. t
New York. Iii ono ('l1l1ii of th (I
01m is an arrangement for fire- C
)od, anid directly opposite one for I
Ater. The room is heated by a li
'go stove he-ir the contre, and
(; desks are so arranged as to give
the occupants a duo share of
rith. In the grove, neat' the
ildiug, is a "ball-alloy," which is a
eat thinlg for tihe little ones.- i
together the school houso for
Eindcrgarten" is admirable inl A
cry arrtangement. The carpeUterJ,
>rk wias clone by John D. Smuart,
Ie building with all its furniture
d appliances is generously
vcn by Col. Rion, for the
(I of the "hindergarten Nchool,"
:o of rent. We trust other people
the county will examine the I
ilding and its several novel and
ractivo features, and make it a r
1(101 for the erection of others
their neighborhood. It is in all
spects a great improvement on
L old-timo scllool-'iouses.
Advertise in the NEWS nd
TowN M mN.-In response to t
a callI of '"Citizen," published in
Il meeting of the eitizeuls of
inlsboro was held at the Town
li01n the evening of that day,
Ie Iiletilg wias org.a1nize(d with
.\W. E. Aien as8 chal~irmn, anld
aRoss Robertson, Esq., as secre1
ry. The chair having stated thei a
ject of the mooting, Mr, Jno. S.
ynolkh moved that a committee
five be appointedl to nomnmato
,i.ket-.[ntan]lizt al l four WYar
ns-and submit it; to the meeting
I approval. 'he motion -was
Lrmly opposed by M~r. Piourre
t(Ot, whot wast in fav'or of nbmnia
>iis by baillot- inl fell mleeting,
tor some0 l~ debt Mri .lBacct offered,
a subst~it.ot for tho mo~tion mado
.Mr. lReynolds, a motion that the
'.ig proceed to vote in a body
lam suhl nioajiations I1e
ght he made, Tfhe subi.stitute
1s calrried iihuois, tl unaously.
imtenlanL~t were , then inido
-Messrs. IF. (Gerig, JTamles R
Neil, Dr.. W. E. Aikeni andI others
~ing propos)ed. All of tihe above"
11ned( gentleman who were present
eClned, anid (of the Ot,hlers it wast
>sitively staited by thleir friends
at. they cetrtaiinly would not serve.
be' meetuig seemled to (be) in a very
ipleasanlt dileuIlna, whlen it was
-op)osed fInt Dii. Aiken he nomii
Lted by1 aclam1111ation. The1 mlotion
ts carried, anid D)r. Aien unan~ii
011s1y chosen as5 the cand)(idate3 of
0o met01ing4 INomination s wor"
en in order for wairdenis, and were
ade separat~ely. Messrs. F.
1.ted( by alcclamnation. Messr.- RI.
McCarley andl A. P. Miller were
liminaIted, and1( Mr. Mc~arley waIs
10o(cu on1 tile trst ballot. Nomina
11n8 were niexit ma~dr for tile four'tih
irdoen and the nameos of Messrs.
MaLtthews, 5 Jr., Logan BJrowh atid
>sed. Mess05r!. ' Briico and1( IMat
lows . decline d-the- former, b'e
g 4hdi, throughl a friefna. Tile
the candi dates receiving at
ajority of tile votes cast, there was
a choice. A motion was thon
flered to go into ballot oni the two
ghost niuber (of vots---Messrs.
P. Miller anmd .John D). Smart.
his vote rcsuiltedl inl the selection
Mr. Miller. Tfhe tiet thoroVfor(o
ad as follows:
For Wardons--F. Elder, Wmn. N:
ban'dlei', 1R. J. McCarley anid A. P.
The ticl~t tYow presepCted~ to then
10o)1e is comp1osed of most excel
nt malterial. We are perfectly sure
at the interests of Winntsbor'o
mid be entrusted to noa worthier
a( no better hainds~ than of the
mntlemlen nominated at tile mcoting.
*p %04o11'13 Hotel, Wiiineboro, S.
r'. 'ol1ua from Philabdelphia
topped wit~i him ant ma~de Mossrs.
Ic~llautor & Birice agents for Dr.
.olnlorton's Comnpound Extract of
itilliiigia or (Quot'n'n Delight, the
Illy known ve0getable bloo0d(-pUrifor,
rep I rei nilorenry anid injurious
lrgs, that will orWliiato the worast,
armns of iwi1'of ttht from the systoem,
ttno reta ril of t InS diaintne.
Teni thIousanlid dullard ($10,000)
ill be paid by tho piroprio toit of'
his roIIuetly if thetrm ('liii be fpind
.op'enly 111 ally form or ainy it gro
.wn,'t not Sthietlyj %.tgetat'de. Itst
Rlest is 8Seen ill froi feaur to s
ityS. No il1l)ti1itV haI eititijil 'ill
Ito1 l)od 01r syteml When this rinlo
yhits beeni takeit a eueolablo leng.th
f tilite. Ask for D~r. lPcuiiertoii's
tilhiiigiai, and t:.k. no other. For tithe
y McMaster & Brie; W'ilnnsboro,
*''bl"n thout sit (llillo rich,
Thiou lutes an11i er bun *rt itffd tl, limtb
.it s'urprising ho(w fo~w h)(I0K hav Ii IV Ieut
he Know of nt. work thatt wonidl i. 11141r
enerulfy real by the h~ted licp legal worldI,
rin fact byv 1(11 Med~1l., thawi it 'I'rvut iso
P. thet tnildie ni til1al fll-l uit ofI old ae,
* ittn 0th it p liil ,t%~1, out( free fitia (1
Olilhlicl'lii, IloF (.1( we hIiio v ..I, (lly
eiini1 tht. is tu'n'el hapilyl)I (ihhijtlcd to
1a (heg ICtllvintig(0tilP t "iil 111111 ilenl'sof;
1110 .del ith )1t . 1 ' 1,1% 1511 ['I1t.1liiv1
10111 , thity atlut 1r i5t1 4'IStl they lt hlit
IIsI'' Wi st1. s iit itg tlits" i~diaf a
hirf 1111( el111Q 1I1.' leivo tv:t i is
1'01, (JV tlilly d iscitr tt til e i', i i 'cu~ti
.d .lesiitg 'et. :tnI vigor fo lint,
1101a bTh 41)0(1 (1111.1 ,yun\wl tit haldik
vli ciiltt'l (' tri ' fs. . 1 t ll'tP('l'V(1l'iet
Vctet' 211.1)Swll J'i (1b
NOii l'l 1)1111: FO ]of ti Sounitsd
t1 titOX cie is(! li'iiftv"iirer ((cC
lI(lt(' wi 't' gave r0itiei p111!lot u
1011f 1111 :1rre t\V hav tht itc
ad e of :ntie f :odor ('o11tlnl a"
101,oay it-T o (IHtI il Tlo G he Chroa
(.aiti s, vecttoe1 cets fromth.
VC LI.'O: Iunct Pit t) I3'A I1(1~q 3
Trgit inS r11t 1)1111 Iilt of fitc U'rJN(',
i'its No~ )~ utr 2.75 tl' 11111. lot
JcLiei had c~ gv the irrug biure o
om tile al tslt as1 ths 1(141 t
114"( get 1t011 ~ istl-Pfo 751. eInts /ni te
trll 'd-i tw NI'44' ill reJ F(l ille you.
'i-h~ls Biot tlllel 10 cenit 4 $ach.
v'0 tI't'Ii'ctn. ot AT Ii'tlrtgd1( tsht
-rtiP J. tc~i'~litlto tiny)N EATIN
)rat$oeb $2.- pe AJIN.
uallt'i 1f I .J li(ir (I1 1( 11. i' 'iot
Catrd tIOAtL~ AtR ,
D'cito' 1lx Bto-rga
AND P0RR SA L1
10;00 yds. Standard Doine-;
tic anid Borneo lBagging.
700) lunles1r Arrow and
1 l0 lbs. baling Twine.
r>0 kegs Nails, assorted.
I (('zen Axes.
A. lot of WXoC(den Ware, Shoes
aind a general assort
1VAT BOTTOM FIGURES
A '1' T E l\ ION
am now rceivin n( iil'tond to
wosp onl han,
M LAG AND FULL
Im rgest STOCK to b. found
Also, a compJ de 'ftock of
NO SHODDY WORK.
such1 goodas T1 1can1 warrantI.
R, k DMNNENBER98,I
FE'j:'Rj T LIZ~ltS! -
I 1IA\ 'iiv how on harI1 and4 aboxut fo ri
24.4 c4(4e ii4 IItiti 0 s i i iive t follo~wting brari.Is of w,-Il
IOYALJ (GUANO CUMPOUND,
SNA FJWL (;UA NO;
A MM0N I.AI'l ID Di)ssolved I1ON1,
Acid I 'hoae~ itu for c-liapoin rg.
SileciR I .[ nlilieieni ftl're(d }y
Ii. JL. #1f-N I ilv~i"N, Agenot.
feb 2 24inon
. i p (4dht.W.Cn.istratori of thle iste 'f Sihe
l)ieksyv, jM., Judge ~ of i '/4t',M r the
ton'ity of ('hoe-for a iifin:dl dlisch:a'g na
~uidinisftrator ;a4 nil'fo uid.
It o-s ordoredi Lihaf .\lombdv. thhe 3rd daty
'af Al ril, A .1). 87(;, h a Iixil for hearinag
petf ition1 andi aL fina 11 -til422 inent4 of loaid E(
All 14l4.at4 inteiresfted will meet W. C:.
Eiiladen in Ch t r y aboviie tan:i
(ie under my' h a. l nd HE-al. br.
u'y 11 187g. .JOIIN l>JC% gY,
meh~ 7 reIsa..Jd, C. C ,
havo just rcooivetl a largo nssortmout
of Now Goods cutlsistint; in rttrt of
Qoll and Silver Wltlchesr,
Gobi nnl Plated Curb Chains,.
('1ot"1 I3racelet4. With Rutty to match,
ir" ,! un,1 ::hint 13uttt.rt;,
bei. ties n large llttautity of , pectuclem.
A line am-rtment of (aonka. \1'rotehes,
('locks curl duwelry rel uirerl lit'oulntly
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