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7. MEANS DAVIS,
JNO. S. TtEYNOLDS, Prpretors.
IENRY N. OBEAt.
illndies should be censured for
using co smetics. They put thom
on their cheeks for the chaps.
Tihe Washington CAronicle, a vile
'Rbadieal newspaper, has suspended
pub1 dbeat ion.
1-Rechersays ho has Wolsh blood
in his vw'-na. Perhaps that is why he
is chargod with llwnestlwvdhidhing."
If you go to Texas to grow up
with the country you may buy 100
acres of land for twenty five cents
and be siot within ten minutos. This
is a nat ont.
Since Ben Hill's conservative talk
abiouixt lhe Presidential muddle, the
Ncw York iHerald has taken a liking
to Li and desirod Lis election to
the U. S. LiUInato.
The Graad Duk Alexis and Con
-mn n e*,,1, f uda, :ro visiting the
'Unitc l .i*4N witi ia squadron.
T 1hv h 01n eIntrtainiedait Sever
ai plae( i-.
Major Elmer 0; is, of the Sevcnth
O valry, a b'll en (ldmiciny for a
pri.A t. a hall inl Donver. .Ho Was
prm . 1E y ( t deat of (Ieoral
CI o i ti he01 10.6 danerc ill the
:D~elmi) on fliml it hialf
po1) 0 'f110 to a. 1-alln o wator,
pomin'- the h;o w r u! 1 1pn the
co , whieb .i-1 i n J) It a striioier.
TheJI i s lCv.- boiled.
T: o ik said fo ho a town in New
E-;11"d .1' h1fat, pay- *,000 for thle
euportof its dogs, aid only ;2.,800
to al i S Inil st(ors !" Sneh a people
shoubl bx left to do their own bark
The Massachupsetts Supreme
Court has1F adf1irmIied the (eiion that
a Boston Jew musi-t pay a line for
keeping his store ole )'ionl Sunday,
* although he closed it on Saturday
hist own Sabbath .
The will of the Iato P. P. Bliss,
autor f "oldtheFort" and a
nmber of other M\Joody arnd Sankey
hymns, who, with his wife, was
killed at the Ashtabula Railroad
accident, left $15,000, which will go
to his two sons.
A Western conductor lhas invented
- an ingenious sleeping-car contri
y. vance. 1t is a sliding clamp on the
arm3 of thte upper herth to prevent
the closing of that part in case of a
wreek. In case of a burning of the
cars the chances of roasting to (leatih
will bie someiwhat lessened by the
Judge .Tames E.L Bailey, recently
clected U. S. Senator from Tennes
see, is descended from a North
CaurolinaL family, and wvas colonel of
the 19h Toennossec in the Confeder
ate armyi1. IH% is a man of compro
heniv mid and great culture.
'.ce Conkling, after conclud
]ing at maisterly cff'ort in favor of tile
'ehtuoral coml~promiise, presented a
pt ii on of gratitude from Indiana
R1publieans over tile measure.
lettar Gordon thinks it will
Capt. Willard Glazer rode on
horseback from Boston to San Fran
cisco, lieginning his journey' on the
9th of KLuy and reaching his dostina
tion on the 24Ith of November.
Amon1g his adventures wvas at
e..puroll by the Sionx and a subse
(1nent oscape after killing two of the
Sri i evidently not a little
anxioms about her future since the
failuro of the conference anld the
p~racticall tr'iumiph of Turkey. If, as
is- iinlietited, Rossia stands aloof and
11hs0n paurt in the conflict, Sorvin
will soonl bo gobbhled up' by the
M osloml. The J'isutern question
sems, fherefore, likely to ho settled
in ratI:0: anl unexpoeted wvay.
T yb tional -JRanks are still
niitatig tho <ptestion of taxdtion.
4 i is now pre: y wveil understood
thavit if relic, is not granted the
baniks wvill c;hang~O fiheir basa of
operation iL way haut will prova
detrimmndal to huwines. At least
sneh in the viow of the situation in
An exchange having asked, "What
conistihiutes a State '?". the Worees
ier i'r.Qu answors, that "ono , wipito
mnu and two negroes, dignifte~d by
the title of 'Returning ]3oafft'. And
b)acked b y Federal bayonets, 00on
stitute a State,- according to the
mnodern acceptation of the term.'t
Senator' Morton in his reont
tiradoe against~ the proposed eleato,.
ral count bill accused tie Ropublihan
Senators of want of courage, jnd
paid then this tasteful and urbaune
comnpient : "doologisi toll U s
that there was a peiod in thle earth's
crust whenoi~there were 'skulless Vere
tebrates. Now we have ggt tp at,
period when there are vertebrate~ess
The 1ieree Georgiaini-s opeled their
Senatorial light in a lively mminer,
ill other forces eombining to beat
Ben Hill. Gn. Toombs w as as
Salted personally by i Hill repro
sentativo for saying that the Logisla
Sonator Cameron, of Wisconsin. a
member of the sub committee of the
Senato in South Carolina, comjplain
od that testimony at Columbia was
plentiful, but truth evidently scarce.
Don Piatt reminds Cameron that,
under the operation of the laws of
trade, snpply is always regulated by
Gov. Colquitt, of Georgia, on
assuming the duties of offico drove
his wife and children in a ono-horso
spring wagon into Atlanta from his
country home, and delivored the
inaugural address in a crumpled
collar and a shirt with plain pearl
buttons. And Georgia editors say
that a good time is cominig when the
governor thus sots an example of
CURE Foi DIPH'IEiRIA.-Tllo 11am
ilton 8p1eetator (South Autstralia)
publishes the details of the "Great
head" cure for diphtheria. The
diseaso h; declared by Mr. Greathead
to be of hydrated growth, and that
tho germs of it, floating about in
certain atmospheres, were 'inhaled
by human beings.
For a grown person, four drops of
sulphuric acid diluted in three
quarters of a tumbler of water
with a smaller dose for children.
The effect of this treatment was
inistantaneous, the acid at once Oe
stroying the parasites, amd the
patient coughing up Vie obstrnetion.
The papers have teemed with
accounts of sniffeers who had re
covered in a few minutes by adopt
ing the "Greathead" treatinen t.
Children, alonsa previously in a
<lying condition, were dela'1d to be
playing about in a few niinntes, anid,
at it Compl)ntationl, some forty or1 fifty
of thos(e studen recoveries have been
placed on record with full particut
W HAT IS VEGETINE ?
It tsa n compountd e'stnm 1 from barks
root.s andi rbs. It is Nat u re's Remliily.
1.t is pe0rIectly hfarmle's;s from any bad
ctt u olln ile system. It is 1o1irishin.,
and strengthening4. It acts directly plion
the blond. It quiets ithe nervous systim.
It ivesyvout garmt swe-isop e,'ng t
It is a gvreat pmi<-.a I' wr ou a e. ther
and m'thers, for it gives i-u sirengi I t
-pilets O1 iyr -ri'itd J''ivt ahe uiel
qntu ..wc, Ty itp it.- n prove d y.
mrany anfll and letern It i: the prev
V ;,d1 Puritiir. I, i a - :thing reamewiY
oar o-,r chibiren. I ( .-ieed and
10rd th uab ;- t i .; is vtllt sath ton
mtke : evry . l es it. o pertioi. ami
oubr t all dis a t.. . I tri ium-n- Fro i t i ur1tt
garod Try th VEGE-TIN :l Gio it oa
fair tria foryr au b crohi.ls a: ten ou
will stY to your frind, neihbor and lal.
quaintance, "Try it; it his eured me."
Ie followinet fo R ev..
llying Pato of the .f.lhuch, Nveatiet
thats. lill beytread wth greaht iitesh
'remedetheat diseas as aitllicted theosln
dout stehi tmony a th r ai nod ihti
abouth toedurie twer of Erttot.J.:Ta
Dlear W Sfir-Wenhae giood -hramo for r
grigyVETINE, n rn ln ite to teicieto
tha lrateyrstalueit. Wed fee, asnsurtn that
hi hs bten th means od aving ouron't
cherfslel, caud ystrong u ffcto
Thoughs thefa redce still noediarg e
fromsw theought whesrecover linbips
lgne, we hbut the faiest on ofis everi
inalittle tiwo ohe numllbeer claing
that he tase bout, thereac tl fi hunmtla
o GTINE, fro atl ime t lpren
ashe hcar en oitooushv impovb ingH
hal aely e suet d et rin a a
He hastaeattree doenbtte
ofVE ETIEbttl uEbtite
ashedel resf f s oo ets b akn
reecfunry ors, instom
i.)dirctdPrwllpa~r foby l efr
tI Cut .s doorTEV n Winsor, Mass.,
Allnth Dregalisos o alefd Dealshh
foSohin erifd'so etowt
B1wnYfviue ofsndry of corntinsty bush
direofcttned, Iilo or lfor sand tefre
tack Cor oue ledoin Wnasboelro S.y.
ofnJmnliuga the firt o Fruaddn
w igin t i otalhoer sa,freh h
e bal co ottn, or oa le, nd hree
attoacka of fodderl loit ocn the prop-t
rof med Wadeur at~ thersuit t Glade
Otn and hosmaetcr, tine prop- onC
ell fFe ad ndohr, at the sutofuilr Wly
Ono bay more, the, pripe rof Jo
Nathar. Maya, -at the suit of Win. , H,
One bay mare, the property of Samnel
Thompson, at the suit of T huomna BInir.
Sherirs Ofilee, M. W. RUFF,
Winnsboro, S. C. -- . F. 0,
Jan. 17, 1877.
~imerous friomna anud patrons ,that ho
an unusually large stock of Goods,
oot 6. PEtWnR.
' F A NOW 0 6RI DS,1[ styles 'ith
2 nam) , 100t. post paid. J. B.
0 1 TE, Nassau, Rens. Co., N. Y.
Sa nicrith to active men selling
Letter Copying Book. No press
or water used. Sample copy
wortli $*.00 freo. Send stampfor ci cular.
Exc.sioni Mainfaoturing Oomnmny,
99 Madisoiu and 132 Dearborn St. Ghicago.
sthnulates the secretive organs, thus puri
tyfing tho blood and striK ing at the root of
isease. It is the medicinal extract of
the plant of that nauo found in Brazil,
and is one of the most wondterful tonics
and invigorators 1-nown. It will make
the Liver active, assist Digestion, puil'
the Blood, restore Vigor to the delitate
and is a certain reme ly for all diseases of
a Scrotulous nature. Try it. For Sale
by Druggists. Whoh110en411 by
C. N. CUITTENTON, 7 Sixth Avenue, N.Y.
With a Cold in Always Dangerous.
W ELLS' Carbolic Tablets,
a sure remndy for Con s, and ill Dis
easeM of te Throat, Lungs, Chest and
Mucouis M emubranoi.
.EIT UP oNrx IN I.VE IOXM.
Hold by all Druggistm.
C. N. (urr-rnNToN, 7 Sixth Avenuo, N. Y.
Agoints W Vatd For the Story of
WrItten by his father. A complete ac
count of this most Mysterious Abduction
and Exciting Search. With Fac-Simil(,
Letters anid Illustrations. Ouxtsells all
other Books. One agenit took 5'1 ord ers
in 41n14 day Tevrms liberal. A ddress,
JoUN E. PoTraA Co., Publishcrs, PhiIa.
Olli-Sellitig I tImlli4lst'y--TIle
DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED.
The only comlet e, richly illustrated,
low price work. 750 p 1'es, only $:3 51.
Treats of the entire hi tory, grand build
ings, wonderful exhiln.ts. curioities.
great days, etc. The best chaice of 100
years to coin money fast, as everyNbody
wiants this work. 1,0111) agr'nts appointe'
first four weeks. 5.000 wanted. For full
particulars address quickly,
limumo inos., PUin., 7313 Sansom St.,
Phil., Pa ( antion. Be not dece'ivarl h1v
premature bool l, assuming to I ( *11
eml" etc. de 14 4w
B, Isioll1oimlor &C~os
Fresh Soused Tripe,
Fresh Soused Pigs' Feet,
andt all othler articles3 usually kept in
a First Class Grocery Store.
Como and sce, whether you want
to buy or not. Wo
want everybody to
B. fl2lliP1r & [o.
United StteCs of' AlmeIen,(' Dis
trict of s'ottli~arolina.
FOURTH CIaCUIT--IN cICITjr COURT.
Harvey Trerry', complainant, vs. the Plan
ter's Bank of Fairtleld. et. al. In Equity.
Bill for Account, Relief, &e.
B3Y1 an order of the 12th December,
87,in th above stated cause, I
was directed, as Special Master, to take
the testimony andi report all the facts in
the oitse pertinent to a full determination
thereof., and in pufrsuancc to said order
notice is hereby given to all persons cred
Iters of said Bank and owning or hold
ing Bills3. "or ohaims agaitnst the same to~
al pear before me at my onfice ini the cityv
eouongr hqfpret~ 449 t dlay of
or in default thereof" wjll be deprived of
the benenits of any deoreo whieh may be
made in-$he causo. ~ .~O~
aJtn i46. Speelal Master.1
Conn . Terms acommotathigt,"
janx $4. S AuT. n.nLOWWars,,
LOW PRICES OF
R1. F. Leetch& Co's.
B EST line of N otions in the County.
Gents' Furnishing Goods of best quality.
Blankets, Shawls and Boulevard Skirts,
at the lowest prices.
Special attention called to the largest and
best selected Btock of Kentucky
Jeans ever before offered
to the Fairfield
Ladies' trimmed Hats in groat var ity
The above goods will be sold either at
Wholesale or Retail.
All goods offered low for CASH.
CALL AND SEE US.
WE DEFY COMPETITION,
R. F. Leetch & Co.
oct 5 ' dljin ing, F Elder's
MIMASTER & DRIME
Most repectrifly request the
inspection of their cheap and
well selet Led stock of
goods, which they
offer as low as
any house in
Depaertment is full and complete in
RUFF'S, SILK TIES,
11andkerchiefs. Col'.ars, Cuffs &c., in
great variety and at extremeoly low prices.
Nice Dress Goods, colored and black
Alpacas, at prices that defy competition.
Consisting of Brown Homespun, Check..
ed H~omespun, Denims, Tickings, Shirt
ings, &c., at prices to suit the price of
A splendid lot of Jeans and Cassimeres,
Gents' and Boys Suits which they offer at
White and Red Flanxiels at selling
A FULL STOCK OF
Gonts', Youths,' Boys' and Childrens
clothing of every desoription.
THEIR LINE OF
Gents' Furnishing Gocods is complete in
Youths', Be yti and Children's shoes in
groat variety, and at; ui deniably low
.Jiopartment is full and complete, con
sisting of everything generally found In a
A NEW LOT OF
Good and oheap carpets just reeived.
Call and exarnine before bu~ying
your goods elsewhere
ci.McKAS4TERf & BRtCE.
B Y oru of an exeoution to me direet
ed, Iwi ofr for sale before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, en the
first 'Monday in February next, within the
legal hours of sate, ir cash, the folle wing
described propet, to wit:
All that tatoland lyIng lb Fairfielfl
county Oontaining two lhundved And thirl~
acres, more lo1tosA, o add bound. t ;b~
lands of Oarlps Free 11 re MoMahoe nd
OthotuLM ed ob s te operty of W14
hate Diaw i,' at' thb su1 ofusan,
Winnsboro, 8. 0., 8. F. 0.
Jan. 1th 3877.
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-IN 'i'H STA TA.
4all o nmnication~s, of
ttt farMeter', to - ..
)Mai flagIsas .Pourassma CO)~Per
All iersons at a distance treated
y Mail with Perfoot Suecess by de
ietibing their Symptoms.
Dr. Townsend showing manner of Inhaling,
IXT IATED Al!
Sond for our large and beautifully Illustrated
papor, sont free to iny addiress.)
Why? because In1ha
SATARRH ~that the Air P'assa
- --Kett enn he reachied,
and Catarrh Is a dis
WE MAKE A SPEC- gesoftieliead. Uso
rALi'Y of troatin pa- thisTroatmentaswo
Lionits by Mail. Please direct, which l heasy
writo and describe your ai pleaisant, and wo
yinptoims. guarantee a perfect
Cuintt of Catarrh.
SWby? for the eamo
Bronchitis I reaon as alven a
g blove. The Bronchi
II Tuhes tre simply
- LI. - Tl1Ami* conductori to carry
air to the Lungs,
A LL PEllSONS THIA T h n c Inhalation
m,'ad this aro invited to mnustgodIrect to the
;end for our largo anl sent of the disease,
ieatitIfuIlly hilustrated an11d if you will fol
Paper. sont froo to any low our directions,
Aldress. we guarantee to
ASTHMAIo th Ilronchii
Tiuhes, onmied by I n
Ilaai niaitlon mid Irri
tation of the lai1cius
WEGIU'AANTEETO M iill)Itle I I'l1gthe
DiJ ItiF Clougli. (Coldts, Bronchial Tubes.
1)lpthorla, Pia ianeuimon a Use Oxygenated Air
Meuralgia,and nearlyall as we i ii direct ant
)ther severo atttcksl we wIll Warrant a
whoa all other rnodies Cure. We havecured
Wall. cases of 20 years
,Can he rncily I
Tus, cuse we lnav
P lamo hundreds I
S catso1 of the
DYSPEPSIA NIE1 practice. Consumip
lion ialises. of
:XRtE.. Livr and1 Kid- t he Air piasiges and
'oycoinplasareofolc- over two-third of
r h caes are caused
,tialy rnelld b O ylV Cktnrrh. We
fall wasel oe 20 ea
o tiE.Liver nd Knd
ocopaiN tsarS fOc- Si hietca
-AD tualiy reacordebyinto
cured urdis o
casesOR turn to themar
if ter hool s of
S at he raes and
overtcrii''irus hp tno-third of
w~ll leas writ fort you pases are caused
rguaapeftc re.ntlo tar euoif
mu ma ~so, htitwri
very wlittl h r ni~i )lt , lio parin.r
Ani'ipedson t crof icliedh lod
wCancrtad Tumors eguanet -
wtllpeso re o fo ts- rf h iodi 10
patiient u. th w r ht n i n
ran ldrcsal eu tro. shreooe
E. . TP WNSN,.M. ,,
Mc2ELA Hig Stet,. ovdA. ,R.I
Pesicians briuhinu t locaeionct
orgland in the hero, of i unihdwt
Caers~ r and umlotatpprsfravr
taere harge ofnphincp persnn so
and lsewere hat rt.lng T awnsed's Ox
S~bT, r Oygeate Ai.onatd Aiir Ilt
be ikemin. ne eaonje--tids the wiod
"DR. TOWNBEN remedyG an.D Wy
ARK )ION R ,D~'4bceaDseGtihaITO
tion oftheShert. Al
isf theblopd aogood
and the orerOxy
genBytte Kinheo nt
tsthe bloodteo Lo heat
dd o ha'i.wrm
LADD D BROS.
W E have now completed one of
tho best stocks of
BOOTH taid SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
YAN KEE NOTIONS,
IN THE COUNTY,
We will not be undersold. Let us
say, however, that our best
Calicoes aro 10 cents a
yard. We cannot
soll them lower
and have a
uniform profit on all Goods.
GIVE US A CALL.
'(1 OUT COI.Ci 1. 11 IIEN IN,
As you have always Ipnt confi
dence in us, wo will state that you
may depend on getting goods at a
regular even price,
No baits held out to any one.
IJAS returned aid will now display for
. the benleft of his Patrons, the
citizens of Fairlield,
the Nobbiost, Til len, Hampion, Custer and
.ill other styles.
(CLOT HI NC:
The most-stylishi Suits, of the 'latest and
most approved make andl~ stylo.
of the latest an:1 most beecouming styleS, to
suit the most fastidlious. All 1 ask' of my
friends is do themsielve~s the justice, itull
SOL the favor. to look at his Stock beforo
maiikinig purchasesC. My Stoc~k of
ROOT1S ANT) SilOES
is complete. Ilosiery, Un derwear, Shawls,
and1( Blankets. I can compei(te with any
.one ini this market, or elsewhiere. All I ask,
is ai call, to convince my friends that I rue an
JOHN D. McCARLEY,
Located next to Doty & Co.'s store,
IAR recently b~eeni refitted, and -u
niished with a full supply of choico
Liquors, Wines, Cigars etc., oto,
A kRSTAUR~ANTr has been openedl in
the rear of the building, where may be
had at all tines, everything usually it
at a lirst-class estalilshmient-suichi s
Oysters, Fish, Partridges, best, delica
cies, etc.,- indeed everything that the
miost fastidious can desire.
GIVE ME A CALL.
Sale of Morf gnged Proper'ty.
IN pursuance of au th ority conferred on
]moby a powor a f attorney contained
in a deed by lienry Rush and Mary A.
E. IRush, of dlate the 22nd (lay of March,
1875, I, acting for and on behalf of my
assignee's, Messrs, W~itto .iros., will offer
for salo on the first Monday in February
next, at publio outcry, to the highest bid
der, before the court house (leer in
Winnsbore, beCtweenf the hours of 11
o'clock, a. mn,, anmd 5 o'clock p. mn. the
foll'#wing described property, to wit:
All that lot or parcel of -land situated
and lying in the oounty of FaIrflold and
Stato of Mouth Carolina, u pon the head
waters of Sonla's Creek, bounded on the
north by lands of George Moor, on'the
south bylands of FranklIin McCloudi, Onl
the east by lands of Louiea Molton, andl
on the west by lands of Henry Hleins, and
containing THRlEE HIUNDRECD AoflEs, nor~
One Iron-gray mare, three cows and
This sale is for the purpose of
foreclosing a mortgage given to me by
Henry Rush and Mary A E.Ruish, of date
the 22nd day of Mlaroh, 1875.
Terms of sale, ('ASH.
Purohaser to p~ay for papers.
jn 4 5t ___ T. HI. CLARKE.
7 HE undersigned herb ionte
.. that from this dat el gh ive notl on
oredit to no. O PERSO WIOMSOEVER
anl that thy .will accept no orders
fo raffod Ai~e. Their ter~ms will
be variabl O~cArH.
he 2 - 8 19NHTME & 0