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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thursday, October 19, 1876.
JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Editor.
O'u0x Canm~cUcl.at ofi.
S S.'iUEL J. TiLDEN,
of Now York.
FOl VICE PlESIDENT,
.T1108. .4. H EAD.RICK~S,
FOR GOVER NOR,
701 LIEUTENANT oOVERNORt,
W. D. SIMPSON,
FOiR ST'ri: TiTEAsUliEt,
S. L. LEAPHAl'T,
FOllIOblPTtOLLbEl -IEN ERAI.,
FOR SECiRETARlY or wrATHI,
R. M. SIMS,
roR A'oliNEY OENE..L,
FOR SVPEItlN'r-;NnaENT 01-' EPDUATION.
HUGH S. THOMPSON,
Fint ADJUT.\NT G.NE(.\ L.,
of Siluit er.
FOR CONolilSs, FOUlt''ll DlSTItleT,
J. H. E]VINS,
sol .il'o, 0) F r E s R UIr
T. C. GASTON,
l'1I Grover-nor nmuIst, dis.4per-se. He
is at dully elected h~onlorary member(,j
(of thel Palmet010 liifle C11nh, of A bhe
Tho New Yolk //era/d deems
"cour'O age, wio n; 111d moi dera ('1ut1i. ion
nlecessary to at victory10 in Novelber01.
tributes inl ihe assi1s!:mee0 and1( colm1 I.e
lianico givent to Pa' card, Chi~iamber'
la11in and other( demallgogues of the
C'lrhablin, in his wordv let ter
to C ol. IHaskell, sidi that. hie had1(
board1( (ho (l('iking of pistols21 at, the
A bbeville meietinug oni. "Big Tne~sday"
'--wh~len thie Democratsl insist (d upon11
an1 ' lipillal 1e divisi on of ti me. I t is
aut11hoityI . (lhait. wihant Ithe nervou~s
G~overor dlid hear, wa ~s oniIvlyie
spriniginig of [the valves5 upon0 the(
instrmnenivts of (lhe bauss hanud !
EKvery aci(t rof Chanbilerlin aind I .is
crewV shocws ai degn 0 of <desperantioni
which is but thle nait undui result, of the0
progress' now11 1being~ madte b y the(
wiiited Demuiocraier. Thiey' s'1 that
'wit hiout some11 e'xt reme)( measures1 and1
a high degree0 (2f good luck, the(ir
dloomi is sealed. Ihme their1111 high
hanided dloings am1: i he fiheir 'onl
tlU2itrace thatf will ailbrd a pretext
for martuiald laiw. 'Their gam uis a52
dl'eperate on'. Bu ht t hey wvill lore.
Already aire their chesii''- p)oor in.
dheed, and11 defea21t is cerutai the
seenth day o~i'~ f Novemberl('.
Chiambilerlau in s made1 aci formial
application to the Priesidenit for
tr1oops to suppre~lss '(domistic j'vio
liee' iln this State, which, hei al
leges, the, eiv'it authiority is power
less to (ulhl. Thie applicaio 101wals
to bie coiisideired by the P resident
anud his; Cabinet. on Tuesday last..
C heirlini is now11 shiowing his
wh'1ole haund- lI[is statement that
domlestic violence exists inl the
Stalte, and1 t hat he0 c'ivil power is
reOsistedt, is uttf erly and wilful(ily false.
I is ':mu is at desperatle one, but
ho cannilot, win. lIeI wil never1 algini
govern thie Stato (of South Cairolinai.
Marik the predict ion!
Corbin is very ativo inl assisting
C!hmniiberu'1n in [lie work of political1
plieeuti<,n now going on inl Aiken
antd Barnwell. Th'lose twot are0 mu1
tuially congenial 'oilmpnis. Ini
18t68 they figured in the RIeonstru'e
t1)ionmeasulres, and both got fat
offlces. Corbin's gross incomo from
1his ofiUcs amun~ted1 to mioir fhnu
twenty3 thiouisand dollars per' an
numsfi . Chambnherlain'a pay was11
not so gireat, bult ho 'maniuaged to
maiike upj thel difhlrnce) by a srw
manuiagement of his~ part of the State
cliutig attorneoyn in the ku-klux
trials in 1871--72. They both had1( 9
a hand in suborning witnesses
manipulating jurios and convicting
innocent mon. Now they areunitet
ini slundoring a wholo people, ani
nbusing their own official station t<
servo their partisan ends and von
their maliceo upon political oppo
ents. A fine pair, truly
A serious riot occurred al
Cainuhioy, in ChmaIrJeston county or
Monday. A joint discussion has
been agreed upon by both pal ties
and the imeoeting went on minoothi
for a whilo. Accounts of the origii
are conflicting, but it scoms elefn
that the negroos began the difliculty
Two wh ito men were seriousl2
wounded, and are supposed to b<
dead, and twelve others wor<
wounded more or less severe13
One negro was mortally wounded by
shot firedf at a w'hito Democrat by 11
negro Radical. A force of whit(
no0n loft Charleston on Mondal
uight for tihe scene of trouble.
Withinl the past veek num1ii1bers 01
irrests have been imado in Aiken
-ounty by Tnitedl States (eptity
nitrshals. The parties arrested arl
blargel with Complieity in the
lition riots, and are Laken un de
io Enforcement Act. This atm
pulishie intimidation of citizis for
politicl opinion. It is of coilse
false and ibsurtd to iay that ti
IEllentoni riots were political, bit
:orbin, Cliuhnberlaiin andil thir
lirelings earle little or nothiing for
Ant. Most. of tihe parties have beem
released on ilail. The arrests wei
1nd chlifly At night. n1111d always by
Uniited States soldiers. Printed
tilidavi ts Ul'O lr p rI by Corbin
ind signatures ire obtainied fromi
Iegroes at S1 50 etchi. The wvhok
thing is ia schemle to intimidate il.1.
Demnocr'ats, but it will fail-utterh
rIail of its pi-urposro.
Tho lion- //err//(which Work.
by the day for (hamiiuberlain nid
P.ardozi) is kind enough to volin
veer it word of ad vio to "the peopk
*f t. hi tote." It wants the ltwles
iress ma11de in Aliken coumty te
eelViie ile pile A (hat "the M.a if
not. dead," and predicts at "ftato o
thinl gs exmilly similaril, inl the final
re(nisk, to thei liku klux doings inl
[870-71. It hailks aboult the dupes
>f the leaders having be'n sent to
bWe Albuy pni!nlitiary. atil expects
i i eg1lii icf the ( scenesi' eninet (ed
111) 1, in onc1e0 inl Juidgeond'oios court.
I he organh is badol y niiisik~eni. it the(
ic trie'd inl theit ed 1( States couirt:
1 is no1where3 '13 chage~d thaiit anly such1
)rganizvationi exist~s in South Caroli
in. In the1( next laced, it will niot he(
'/5y t~o, arranlge at jury as' 15were' the
uies I hat trIied~t the Ii s1 ku-klux
ases' ini this StaLte. A liaw of C1on
re'oss; requiingo thatI. all jur~ors ini thei
niited Ste ('coouirt, shall be able1 to
n imd 1111wiite, insusi' lbetter juries
haiin t hose i arraniged by3 (Corbin andl
hiis iniions5 in 1871. 'l' pe'opl
11r) nmehcl obliged to the3 'n on..
l//eraldl for it s kind interest in thit
>ehlf. But it s words arc 1necessari
y but empit y SOunids to them. Woul
hcey follow~ its shc1 ice, they wouild
'ol iupt praictio'es.
A TIIIRD EDITION.
A ird 1( editio 101of ouri lindical
Licket was put1 out. onl Tluesdy-'re
iist'd, (enlar'ged0 and1 imprl)oved," n
he dhimel-no0ve1 men(1 would say
The wayl) it was1 (done, wias, to sav f lu
(leat, ('ffective and unique T ''u
3xecuitiv nnu'oinift'ee req(uetsted( al
the nomuinees to withldra:w, wh]ii'
eemsi1 to have beeni done1 witll
scar'e1li an xceplt ion. The (ebanigel
madec are thoeo Israeol .lyrd i
place'0 of Mir. Marshuall - Dr'. Peaik1
01' Clerk oif Court, in plae of Mur
Neil: liev. W.. liichaurdsoni foi
4(cho.ol ('oinuissioer inisteado o
John liuss~el; Georgo Burlil
for ('0unty.3 co isinr in)
stead10 of (Carter lit..y : ("og
I (lnnunt for coronemr, inst1each 0
D)ave Gordon: Mr. 0. R. Thioimpsmi
for J1udcge of Proli'ate, ini place o~f I
B. Smit h. Messrs. Rb i ch ii
Thhomnpson and1. Peaike aiiie whiite.-al
the ro'st. 'olored. M4r. Thomi pon11 i5tl
t he D~emio('i1atie'i noliiec.
T1h , ticket is ini two pariticuil:i .i
Rihlard(son is a n xperieced teach01
Lr anld in ll 1respcts q (uified~i' foi
the1( position for which lie is nomii
uated. Hto has never takenl n
par't in polities. Mr. Thiompuon it
atlreadyl3 well kniowni. The othmc
now noi~iene ar(e in 1no resplect at
iimprovemient on1 those first put out
Th'le ticket as at whole is a weak anm
TH112 COUNTY CANVASS.
Te pulie mueetings appo3 nte(d
by' the Dceocratie Execuiv1 (cem
uittee of LMiuiIkld ,c,,,..t, ,.. fute
anee of the Demooratic cause, ended
r with the meeting at Ddko on Satur
I day last. The grand assemblage on
I Monday took tho place of the regu
lar meeting at this place. In look
ing back upon these meetings, we
- are cheered and encouraged. A po
litical campaign, in the strict senso of
the torni, was a now thing to the, po
ple of Fairfield. They had been ac
cutomed to the old style of elec
tioleering, where the personal pop
ularity r.nd tile manners of the can
didate hand nm~teh morem to do With
hisiH 4UCcess4 0han1 the merit of his
Cause. For them to ceer ljeartily
into Ia regilir canvams was some
tling both strange and difficult,
and that they havo done to.is a very
hopeful sign. All the meetings havo
been well attended, an.1 the vory de
C0ron.1 bel tvior of all th) au lien,!e
Showed piainly that the Democrats
ar1e ious1 in the-latter of political
Work. mi i > h-tve nt >, ill yo:Lrs
mingled ill polities have gollo to
wNork nctively and zealonsly, and are
doing their ill for the good cause.
There is no lack of mimimity, no
w'ilit of <;ntuine m. All are ilive
to the dire necessityv of Democratic
su.0 18S, and all are dutermined ipon
an (ff rL the 'i' t - which ha not
been known in Fairfield. To the nomi
nees upon the county ticket and to
those who havejoined thei in the can
vaiss, great praise is due. T)-o *y have
worked.l ill 80e1son11 aid out of eiason;
they have snrificed personal inter
CAS t and personal convenliiec with
out sinit anud without hesitation.
They huaive kept ever befor e them
the high trust an(d grave dilty il
pos( ipon tlim by the Democracy
of the couty : they have been faith
full to that trustl, anld untilingc Inl
the disehlmrge of flhat duty. The
cllief labor hgs doevolved on the
1omulinees for the Legislh cure-Messr4.
Woodwilrd, Gaillard, ]h ice Iiid
Camll er-on-thoughi aill the others
hlve. done worthy part. Nor it
thbe work yet done. Now is to
COtmneICe tle haruidest work of the
com11IIpaigl. Tile ee-Inass is to be
moInure Vigorolt1 . 11ore eirniest thall
ever. The :in on our ticket are
pCiual to thle taJk. 'T *hey aire ill fine
VOlkinig trimi, acclistorlieid to the
harnes, ind altogethie-r bet
ter prepd for actual work than
over beforeQ. Th1e canvassH.' will Conl
tinuelo, aind we predict that its visible
fis wi8V*ill consta~ly I increase8 befoee
the day of e'lectionu, iln thle shape oif
constant ne(cess4ionus to the~ raniks of
11he organuizeld Demuoerney. And thue
Cro.)wn ingf tr iuph ill be achlieved
The 4eviden1ce giveni by prominenlt
Statet 01V1licials is certin tly wvoi th
jiudgesi, 1'eveni have bxeeni he-trd from,
atual they alhl uiiie iln tile ass4ertion
thalt nowherll~ e ini thle Staite is there
no)where lile thle ordlilluy prIcesses
of theio law either obsa~trucited or
inleleetul1 ill preservin1g peace0( anid
pro(tec0tinlg pe(rs)ml 111d lprop(erty.
.'lhe ighlth juidge, T1.ownse-nd, is
absi'4itelycertin that hie wold( acdd
hisi testimon(41y to thant oif thle othe'r
circulit juidges, [hat the civil arm is 1
qjuite powerfutll enou)1gh to I enor-ce
inljlitary force or 1la the suspenion '
oft the /hedens (/ c4O. TIwo out (If
thlree jil.!ges of the Hfupienw~ ourit
vils 1 nd tha i an lly extralordinaryP~
menltunl~ 8, such as1 thiose contem1)
plated in Chamuberluifn ' rocun
Ition, lare totally unn1)ecessiaiy. Tihe~
she10'ifl (f Aikeni counfty, where it is
aileged theo chief dAisord(er exists,
staites that. he is able1 to (eecute
anyl legal proC.ess without ex
traordinarizy or ' xtraneou(ls aid. '1'hus
far theore has betn1 ai singular uini
fornuity ini the ntatceen, ini reply
to) 1the inui ie oC (f tihe Docri)(atie
81a11o Exeu Ii ie Conun Ilit tee, th41I
ther'e is an mu~lisu~t <piiitniess every
where prevat8lilg ( SIovC(int Ch-an
hiern w oill ind ilt. hard ieed of
the ghu'na g injustict e of theI charlges
upon101 whichb his actfion is based
(chalrges 11.t the( law is set at defli
ance10 iln(0 rei.'in port iiti of thle State,
anld thatif ther1( are8 conspiraceies to
deprlive colred Repub' Iilis of thir
pllit ical a ighlts! lis wihole game isi
plaily disinlilE4. Hre hope)s, by
means (of inidiscr inminatoe artsT t iln
Aiken, Bain11well and perhaps Edge
11ield, to overafwe and1( diseone(ert theo
IDemocrats to siuchi an extenlt thlat
they will relax their e ffo f n in the
c~lanvss, and1( thusl la waly willl' U(oen
for Raial i atcesses.. in those c'oun
ties int 110 i bad., .111:.b(Oa
His high-handed mensurgsy oother
with his repeated slafiders of the
pegle of the Staqe)iave nerved only
to tu4ti Athe Democracy more
strongly than ever, and to inspire
thetn anew with a solemn doterina
tion to carry the State for Hampton
on the seventh day of November.
Hamlpton's election is a necessity.
Recognizing and appreciating that
nlecessity, and realizing the direful
consequenecs that must ensue from
Chamniiiberlain's succesS, the united
Democracy are putting f rth evor
e'ort to ensure their triumph.
Chamberlain has himself done a
service'to the Cauic of good gov
euinmcnt in this State, by doing that
which nwekes the olectiun of H aip
ton surer thain cver. The wily
carCpet-bagger's chances arc on the
wie. He -feels this, and lie is
TuE OCTOBER ELECTIONS.
Great-interest has all along at
tached to the elections in Ohio,
Intdiana and West Virginia, as much
sceled to dpend upon the turn
tikei by political aflais in these
Staten. - It was never supposed that
West Virginia would go otherwise
than Democrativ. still the Radi
cals worked hard to decrease the
iajori y of their opponents. But
the Democrats cri ied the day by a
liandsomo majority. In Ohio ani
Indiana the contest was both closer
and sharper, mand it was on the result
in these States that the public inter
est was chiefly centred. The Demo
erats were never very hopeful of sue
cors in Ohio, their efforts being
directed chiefly to reducing or keep
ing down tho Republican najority.
Indiana was by many regarded as
the "pivotal State,"aiidconl) sequen tly
both parties worikel their hardest
ani (lid their best. The result is a
victory for thel)Veimocrats. In Ohio
the Republican iijority is by no
me:mis large nu high to calsed dcpol
deny among the Deinocrats. It is
between six an(d seven thioiiIuid,
being only (ai inconsii(lerable gailn
upon the imajority over Bill Allen
last year. Indiana has gone Demo
cratie by at least live thousand n
joiity. This State was always ex
peeted to go Denocratie, though
there were m1an1Y fears that the hard
money plank ini the St. Loulis plat
formi mhi.vl tu-n the tidle against the
D~ieorats. ildt the victory is won.
Thie eft'eet nmst be great upon the
Presidien tial election. The i trit uaph
oif thepafrty' in1 al doubtfuil anid impllor
tant State will isiefUeDmort
all overV the Uniion to incr-ease their
efforts, anid the result will be seen
in a gran-l success in Novembher. If'
Inldiania is inde'ed tho "pivotal State,"'
then! thle con1)test is decided-dc'iidd
in favor0 of Tilden and Reform. At
all events the outlook for then D)emo
craits is; decidedly bright. T1he Newv
Yor k Iheredd, inl smumiing up the
results of tihe elections just held,
says :"The blancile oIf advantage is
on the sidle oif the De)mnocrats :but
only1~ on the conlditionl that they)
show wisdomii, coulrage an11d mnodera
tioni inl their cunvrs." Thel~ Xeu'.
and CZl('outrier is very 1hopeful: "The
wasy is now (lear to the Wite House.
An examination o f thme eleectoral votes
shows that the D)emocrats are sure
of a itmjority, itf they hold bo0th
Indiana and1( New Ta' k, ats they can11
do. F'veni withiout Indiana ~Mr. il
denI (coutld have~ been elec(ted, lbut
wiith Indianait thiere should h e noU
dlolubt of the resuilt." Altogether,
iih' c'hauncs of a Demuo'ratic slucess
are good. There senms little proba.
bility~ that the Repulicanu.s will exer
cine the moideraition urged by3 the
//e'rd, mnd il. acking it, they illh not
receive( thie sutpport of tihe peoplo.
Thei(ir chaunces were never good : the
Indianai! defeat and the h doings of tihe
tlbnfinistr'ation inl the South have
setft ledI their fato.
South Carolma Now..
There was at mnyterious fire on
Sullivian 's Island las't week.
(Clearleston has bden lait(ely excittil
Comipany (k, 18th- U. 8. Infanutry,
hias takeni p)ost ait Nowhorry.
Cour't ini Anderiop'O hats beenf p)ost
pone'(d until Monda, wveek.
The1( FairiiOld1 l tist Assocliationl
met in Choster last 'ida~y.
TP h hester Rtifb) Club tuirned
out for parade oln F.'4iday ill a newi
anid exceed1ingly hian lisomne uniform,
Capt. JHarr is Covi uglon, a priomiu
nnit, lawyer of entvildd
last week. Je~ietdil,(iu
Liberty' Hill boas)5 s of a cotton
stadk bearing sixteen fully deveoe
b)0lls ini the spaico of two and1( ono
The (lay for hloh ing the Statt
Fair hats b eenl chang ed from the
10th to the 21st of 2i ovember.
Two cu.loi (d meci in Bhackvilk
lately wont out to fighit '1 (due, bu<
when they recached t ie ground con
e'ludehd to keep the p iace.
Diphtheria has lbeu n quite pire
valednt in the eaist( n portion of
York county, andl soy ral (eaths are
The store of J. C. Pressly, near
Belle Chapel in Abbovillo county,
was destroyed by fire last wee. i
The loss is $1400.
,.There was a grand Democratic
mass mceting at Blacks' Station oni
the Atlanta and Richmond Air Line
Railroad last week.
Charles.ton was visited on last
Wednesday ni ht by flocks of small
birds of an un iown species. 'Large
numbers wore caught by tho - citi
A train-hand by the name of
Smith was killed on the Charlotte,
Colmbia mid Augusta Railroad on
Tneiodity nighti the l17th inst.
I o.vernor Chamberlain ia remov
o Mer. Fnnk B. Sloan from the
offico of ti:al justice of Pickensi
county. Mr. Sloan is a Democrat.
Haimony Preshytery mot perst
aut to aj.>umiient inl Marion county
last week. Rev. Jas. MeD >woll was
elected moderator, and Dr. J. A.
Mayes teilporaly Celk.
A iintal v n.iilt wNis con.mitted
upon Mr. Vim. MeDudlen, a Con
dciltor on the South Carolina Rail
road, on last Tueslay, by a number
13. (F. Yoeun and John Leo have
beIn appointod collnniissio(nels of
ele tiol for Chester coity. ele T.
M. Graham and .J. W. Gourdine.
Trial Justice Reed of Charleston.
having deculaed his intention of
supporting General Hanipton, ham
been remived by our governor.
"Preferenice, not Proscription."
An afiray occurred on Thursday
last, at Lncastor, between Richar'd
Gardner anld John P1hillips, which 1'
resulted in the s(rious and perhaps
fatal wounding of Mr. Phillips.
We Welei(mI atong our exchanges
the /Iampton //rald, which is a"
new weekly lblisled at Rock Hill
rice the Grange, ref ired. We wish
our new coniemporary all success.
A car on the C(hcster and Ienoir
Narrow Gutage 1iilroad, loaded
with cotton, canght firo from a
spark. while the train was on its wyiv
to Gastonia on Satiiuriy, and both
(otton 1111 car wero consillued.
Losse, ubout *$1200.
A white man residing in Charles
ton aittempted to commit suicido
last Wednesday. He managed to
eut 1 gall ill his throat, but was
prevented from doing further harm.
The new Catholic (Ichurch in
Greenville wNAs dedicated on Sunday
the 8th1 ilst., with iiuposing co-e
ml1olmies, by tl.e R1t. Rev. Bishop
Lynch11, assisted by a numbiler of the
Catholic elergy from Charleston.
Only ton more days to work
for Hampton and Reform.
A Hampton picnic was held at
111i ion o the 18th instant.
There are twenty-seven white and
twoV( colored Hamp111ton Clubs in2
Barbecues 2and lReform gather'ngs2
absorb) all thei timeI of the coml itry
folkw. Ver ily theiy arme working.
F~or every whuite manU inl i\arion1
couty whoI( s~upportsf..2(' Chamberlain,
ten colored menci support11 Hamflptonl.
T1hme F"orreston, Wiliamsiburg
countyl, Democratic Club hasi already
twvenity colore.1 m1embers.
It ) ispoosed to (lose all tihe'
places of lomsinessi in Aiken on the
occasion of General H1amp)ton's viit
onl next Fridayv.
The No'wberry county Radicals
mot onl the (;th instant, and1( after ai
squtabbile over oilices, the (carplet
baggers secured tihe nomninationls for
Thel Spar tanbnurg I!era/d says this
is no timec for indepjendent candi
dates. and1( disconilltenane'es much
T1here miust be -no ba1ir-splitting in
Cheer:ngi; accoui) c(Onltiue to
comle ini from all1 parits oIf the coun
try of the active workmng of the cluibs
and14 of the suWcess which aitftends
their (fforts. Th'le colored ind is2
overywheroe hfng enlightenied, and
neccsioinf b~eing miade to the ranks
oIf ihe Democracy.
Theli Radicals auppointed last Wed
neiisdaiy. the 18th, for a1 mass18 meeting'
at Abbeville. The Me-diut said:
H~on. B. H-. U ill aund General John
B Gordon, of Ge~orgia, and Hon.
Armilstead urt will spenk for the
D~emocrney. Lot overy Democratic
Club in the county turn out in full
force. W~e nmust moiet onr opponen12ts
at every turn and1( give thiem a1 cor
(dia2l greeting. Hurrah for Hamp
T1hie Niow York /ferald saiid if the
*Democrats trittumphod0 inl Indianai
they wvould have chamnces of electing
their Presidential candidate even if
hi shou1ld go alginst them. The
-D~mnocratbi ne(ver expe~cted : to
succeed ini Ohio until within the
last two or three weeks. At the
tinm (of their Naltionll Convention
they dleliberately conceded it to the
Repub1llhins biy tihe nlomlinationl of
Governor Tildon, who was so disi
tausteful to the Ohio Democrats.
Tihie German mind1( is sometimes
cry qutick to reaich a1 conclusion.
lustmztinig the opposOito of this re
mar~ik, Mr. Fergusoni toldl Hans of
tile German wh~o sait 3,000 years
gravely (contemuplating his toes, and
then rising, said( wi th a sigh of relief:
"Vell, I don't 800 nioding dle mat
ter v'id dema." "Hah !" said Hans
<puickly, "nlow I cot you (lere. It
vas a tamn lie. iNo man11 over lifred
t'ree 't'ousand years, hey ?' You
must(21 bin grazy."
The London paipers announce the
marriage of Lord Roseborg to Miss'
Hannah de Rothschild, the only
daunghter of the late Baron Meyer
do Rthtlschild. The bride is tihe
richest hleiress in tihe world, having
a fortune of $86,000,000 under
her father's will. A pr'opoe of
the lucky groom: A horse
lately named for him wion the
race at Newmarket, Eng., for the
2imrnw itch fstkes
holl hast all seasons for thi'o own, Oh I
L. W. DUVALL departed this life.
kesday, October 11th, 187 of T 'd
)ysentory, after a painful i1 e of 10o
reeks, in the fifty-ninth year of his age.
Early in the norning, a all nature was
wakening to now life, his soul was called
o wilig its flight to the spirit-land, pass
ng so gently away that scarcely a feature
hanged, a sigh eseaped those fevered lips.
Minfortivies had crowned his later yearn,
roublo ansailed, sickness oftimes prostrat
d, atd gritu care had ploughed its fur
own on that aged brow; blit the Comforter
nine, to soothe his dying pillow, and bear
imil beyond the reach (if mortal woe.
)ying, a halo Heelned to o'erspread his
ountenance. and looking heavenward lie
aid, "JesuN is coning, he has coime; Lord
inve iercy." A few minutes lator, he
alled the Itov. U., and said, "All is poace
Ho loaves a widow and a large family of
:indred to niourn hi loss.
At the firemido wo will miisH him-he was
'ather and Friviid, so gentle in his wayn
"So gently sank lis soul to rest
So iuildly be.uned his olosing oy.
NUUAR AND 0OFFE.
now lot just received.
oct 12 BEATY, BRO. &. SON.
Gen is of Pv'a nd Netn .
E , ave just roceived 51) voltiie.s,
IMustrated and ii o voliunes pli ii. I
if Aik en's "(ois of Prose and Poetry."
mndiitlsomiy "ely bould The first i-dition of
his book having heitold with the0-opv
ight." to cover all expiouwis, the author
1-s autho-ized its to sell the renniningi
opios to -tlw citiztdns of Failtleld
t Cost. A -few Extra tine copies
uitable for the centre table or the parlor
in b had also.
oct 5 N. c A8TER & BRICE Agents.
AS ^ etur"o" an " vi""-nw-qisp'' fi
1.. the becnefit of his l'troi F, tjue
itizens of Fatir.iel.1,
w Nobbit, 1Tilden, Hanpton, Custer and
11 other stvlos.
(L.OT HING: '
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tost approved make and style.
DRH Y 000.D3
f the latest and mos0t becomiin' stylod, to
nit the most fastidious. All I ask of niy
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ML the favor. to look at his Stock before
uaking purch'dases. M!y Stock of
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PLANTATION TOl H ENT,
'ORENT, for the year 187', the1,plan-;
nfl ile 4 fromii t he obll (hestnu it Ferev..
ight imilhes fr. m-ithe towni of ICaden, ini
(-rshaiw ounty. On the premises are ai
oou dwelling. Onthinses .suIitle for
inan ts, good gi n-honse, sew, etc.
4ioid tfarnmig land open.1, anmicient for
ight or tonl lIoughs. Parties wishinig to
ent can apply to Messrs. TIranmtaim &I
liy, Attorneys. (amiden, 8. C., *or to thet
>wner,. at Reck lill, S. C.
at 5-Sw. MARY A MonILEY.
F. W1 IIENI(iT,
Proprietor of the
EJ EPS coinstantly en hand a fine
.I.st ock ofW ske riandies, W in,.
\UlIt iquiorn. (Cigairs. Tlobacco, etc.,* iti
\lit the favourite and fashionable beveraces
preplared from theit pu1rest 'iignora and ii
lhe finest style. Comoiii to theo Centenniial'
B~ar, under the Winnsb~oro Hotel.
TiIIOS. R. ROBERTSON,
Attorney at Law
AND TRIAL JUSTICE.
&& All busines ntrusted to him in.
'ithier capaiity) will receive prompt atten
Of1ice oni Waishingtont street, one0 door
'ast of Winnasboro Hotel.
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THE[I undersigned re
5pectfully annuonneesa to the
citizens of Fairfield that ho
lias remuoved hid hoot and
hoce Manufactory to one door b)olow Mr.
.Mullern. I am prepared to mnanuarctnro
II styles of work in a snbatantial and
"urkmiuanliko mainner, out ouf thea very hest
.uatrials, and1( at pirices fully as low na tho
aimo goods can bae manufaturod for at tho
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old( at reasonable prices. IRo mirling.
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