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[OWN AND COUNTY;
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MAILROA'' &oitDUt.E.-The t"nius
tiow pass Winnebor1 as follows;
'North-bound paaseiggr, 12.18 p. i.
south-bound, 6.30 p. im.; northt-bound
freight, 8.64 a. -mt.; soiltth-b ound, 1.15
;p. n. These arrivails are oil the bisisl
of Railroad time. sixteen minutes
Master than Wiuttsbovo tinme.
Notice to Creditors-F. Elder. As
Tax Notice-I. N. Withe.rs, County
Citat.ion-3. R. Boyles, J. P. F. C.
Estate Jas. M. l;utland-A. S.
-We need rain badly.
-The T"iai .Justi:ces' courts were
busy on Saturday.
-A numismatist has been in town
looking u) rare old coins.
--'I'here was niot a single ease of in
toXication at the _.pii on Friday.
.- An6tlier case of concealed wea
r-- pons has been brought before Trial
-Messrs. S. Catlcart and T. W,
Riabb, Sr., registered at the Charleston
hotels on Friday.
-Bavarian export lager beer and
f3elfast ginger ale, in pint bottles, just
:received by F. W. Habenicht.*
-The young people of Ridgeway are
rejoicing in a dancing school, and the
.glide and The racquet are all the go.
-Mr. D. V. Walker has one of the
Yinest fields of oats, just ott of town,
ye have ever seei. Mr. Walker has
always 'een successful in his planting.
-The Gordon Lig ht Infitry were
out on parade Tuesday afternoon.
The new plunes are i great improve
ment to the already handsome unl
-The contract for working and
keeping in repair the streets of the
town for the current municipal year,
has been awarded to Mr. Jnu. S. Cath
cart, l1e will do the work well.
-Mr. U.GC. Desportes host a very val
unable mule on last Friday nuight. Th'le
animal in atteminilg to jump~lthe fence
groundil( his stable yard broke its neck,
''Bring iin aniotherl mue!
* -Mr. WV. II. IdenCiniken's deer' are
qulite ant attractlin. They ar'e five
ini iiomber of' whlichi onet hias beeni
raised b)y hiin. Thei first oiie wa~s pre
seiited to him by Judge P'ressley.
-T1c3he liu nipl election in Char
lotte resulted inl the choice of' the "d(ry'
canldidate for' mayor 'over' his opp)o.
nent by a vote of 667 to 1142.
The board of aldermen is equahlly di
vided--six to six-bet,ween the "wet".
and the "dry."
-Mr' J. S. Gladney was lti town
last week, anid on his retut-n to Colttm
bia gave aL very flattering account of
the cropis in this cotturty 'ie was
especially struck with Mr. A, Willhi
ford's crop, and1( )ponounces It we'll
wor'thyV of emnulatioit.
-Tile thanks of the pl'inters are. C.
tenlded to the ladles for the delIcious
dinnier sent to them on Friday. .Jn ex
cellence anId abundance it rivaled
King Ar'thit"'s fitmorts bag--pudding,
of which It Is recorded,
"what they did not onit that ag
The Queen next mnorning ?llcr'i.
DEATH OF Ma. ST.UmsE.-Mr. 1, WV.
Starnes (lied last. Sutu'rday mnorflug at
his residenice at T)oko. Mr. S. was
at one0 time extensively engaged i
mnerchaLndhise, but from the ravages of
consumrption he w'as tforced to retire,
and lhe has, after a long illness, ended
a highly honor'able and useful career.
Cr.o-rmi90.-Mr'. U. Stvgenheimer'
advei'tises that ho has a splenidid stock
of ready-mrade clothing1 which lhe ~de
aires to reduce by olleittg the differ
et articles at very low prices, T~his
stock has been very caref'ully neleeced1
and will be founid to co'n ain ag var'iet5'
sufficient toe>sttit every phase of' tatsto,
'When you tant a goodi suit of'clothes,
be sure to look in at B. Srgenheimer's.
Ciiunonm 14er'1ar.-T1he ladIe, of
the Episcopal congregation will l'mve
a Strawberry Festival In t.he lawn in
frofft or'the reosidene of M r. Juno. S..
fteynol'ds on Tuesday evening next
The purpose of the entertainment is
to raise funds to make some mutch
needed repairs on the church building.
The object Is a wvotJhy one and theo cir
L tertainnment sIoidd- be .liberally pat-.
'u' )onlized. There wvill be no0 admission
fee. A coi'diu inmvltalorr! Is extended
to everybody to be preserrt.
F'R EsH GOODS A T I$O' .-Jtst olnYsi.
ed, a large lot of picnIc and ann bats,
also a heatitiful 1ot of'iisoan chipi anid
straw bats and bonnets f'or ladies,
misses and children, which 1s the
four'th lot this seasoni. Yot can find)
at Boag's tall yotr Want ini the line of
fancy goods,. milllney% dress goods
and trimmigs, as cheap' as the same
goods can be bought . anywhere else,
also as full air asortmentb as can he
LUCERNEe-COlm.eI Rion, tyho has
aiven much attention to luce, 1Mn
ia9 an 0stt1at0 of tt yield par ner
fromRputcht*wich he sowed t_ thh
18th of Febilinry. The estimate it
made f1om n squal'e, ten feet by ten,
on which the g-owth is below, rathel
than above, the average. The littenc
from this squtare, beig cut un'.t weigh.
ed, Was a fraction over nineteen
pounds. Putting it at nineteo poundh
the yield per acre* wold be 8,2?
pounds. It is safe to say that the
halt-acre patch ftoui which this wat
taken wou'd yield 4500 poums-or
nine thousand pounds to the acre.
JENisvli,1,E NOTEs,--Mr. N. A.
1lolley of this neighborhood was uwr
ried on the 5th, to Miss Sallio E. Ilun
iel-, of Goslhen 11111, Union - county.
Best wishes are extended.
The new Iron Bridge of the Coium..
biii and Greenville Rtailroad over
I1oi Rivet- ait AI:toii is Just tinished.
It is a magnificent piece of work, and
is said to have cost over thirty thou
sand dollars. In making the chige
from the old to the new structure not
it train was delaye(t.
It is cturrently reported that the
colored population of this vicinity
have had a meeting tnd decided not to
work for less than Mifty cents per day
and three meals.
t'I'he planters about Jekidihsville
had better int.troduce a few white in
nigrants and they will hear no more
about labot combinations.--Eis.]
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fit SV WJOLS (13' TItH STA TE.
An Important Meeting of the Board of
l-xamliners in Columbia on Wednesday.
The Columbia correspondent of the
News and Couridi says: "The State
I3oard of Examhuers met to-day (Wed
tesday) with a full attendance. A
number of vacancies in the county
boards were filled. The board was
thoroughly imipressed with the imn
portance of securing gretr efliciiency
among the county school commission.
ers, and with this object in viewv a
commuittec was appointed to report, at
the next mnectinig of the boatrd in Sep.
tensber, wvhether it is competent for
the Legislature to p)resdi-ibe by law
the qualifientions for county school
commissioners. The following resolu
tions wer'e adopted
1. That, the attention of the county
school IommIiissionlers be called to the
iml)>ortanice of4 visiting and inspecting
their schools-a duity which in some
counties has not been faithfully dis
2. T1hat in the opinionl of the board
he counity school commniissioneru
.lhoiild not he aillau ed compensat.ion
for moure than one hundred days in
eac.h year for the 0illee wvork , and that
any additional comp enisation whlichi
may he allowegi shotild be foi' services
renider'ed In visiting schools,
The board discussed the question of
the apportionment ot' the school funds
the present system of making the ap.
portionment an the basis of the attend.
anice during the current year not be.
ing satisfaCtory. Ini acdordance with
the views of the b~oard the superintrtid
ent of edticationm will propose a bill
embodying the niedeAtir? changes ini
thue law. Thme bill will provide that
tdie aVertige attendance for the last
preceding school year shall be used as
a basis in makhing the apportionmnent
for any VOS96
It wvas dce'ded to hold the next
Teachers' Institute in Greenville dur
ing the month of August. As already
stated in this corresp<n1Cdencet an taisti
tute for colored teachers will be hel
also, the tita*i and place of which will
bo mades knoiyn as sooni as the leces
sftry details sha.ll be arranged."
.4 J?fMtI4)1L 1? TJTzt J'4t
A Ftate bocWrent Js'ued ren years Akd,r
The la'trrey afMl Hypocrisy of the Car
Int e'eeari ng n'p the shet'itf's office
few days ago, the following doeumnent
las foutd ;
COLUMBIA1 May 2, 1871.
Ti'o the Shiertyi of Fiairfid< County :
S1it-1 have beenm credibly informe(
by a utnmber of citizens of Fairfiel(:
county, as weil as fotr Own' ofical
commtmicatIon, tha~t o'n the nvigrht oi
the 29th ultlmo, a body otf arnTed 1e
In disguise rode Into the towvn oi
Winnsbo ro, and left at thxe housesa 01
sevetal Eanty officers a written paper,
mn wvhch they were commanded to re
mugn, aind threatened with v1olene-e ii
they failed to obey. As you are the
chief exeutive officer of' the county, It
)s your duty to fak~e mteasures to ascor
tai'n anid to bring toj usitice these mas5k
ed vitolators oft the pabi hh~pace, anid
for this purpose, you shiottu ptom nltly
Iivoko all thle resources wvhichi the aw
places at 'olur disposal. In the las
resort, should t])e o;fdianay 8fe'vice of
process prove linadegn~ate to'.pke the
the nucessary arrests, by reawson of any
armed combination, you wiHall I out
the posse comnitatt,s--whichi call, I
have no doubt, ill be roaponded to
by aflcod-eitjgo, Iu a!! cases of
this ctataoter whed'o cltizons ro u
in tdrrOr b/ armled i bands' of: laWcbsa
mob. it is exIected that thb lodal aii
thdrities hai -"exhaust all legal re
sources to give adequate protectioi tc
IIb nid propo'ty before the State Ex.
eentive canl properly intelrvenle, by ex.
t'aordiinury O'Xhibit'iols offotce, iith.
erto unknown to the administrationl 01
the laws in' civilized communities,
The failure of the proper county otll.
mers tQ exert their tutt)ost igjkoice to
detect., and their most vigorous 'efl'ortt
to bring to punishnwut alil disturberm
of the peace, will be deemed conclu'
sive evidence of their flagrant neglect
of duty or gross ineiliciency.- It is a
grave reproach to the people of Whilns.
boro, that % band of fifty disguised
horsemen should have been permitted,
undisturbed, to enter their town, and
occupy It forl several hours, with the
declared purpose of putting in terror,
or inflieting violence upon, the sworn
public officers of the county.
In this cotnnection, it is proper that I
should call yotte attention to the reccitt
Act of Congress, which makes all ciii
zuns who ar-41 privy to any acts of or
ganized violence, and fail to give any
iltforinatlon in their po8sess"oi, that
may lead to the arrest of the perpetra
tors, parliceps criminis in their guilt.
IRom:etr K. Scor,,
This paper was issued when Scott
utid his thievish crew were frightened
out of their wits, and when the dli'ty
carpet-bagger himlself'wats playing the
role of refotnrme a1acd peace-maket'.
floW thise was ill his t wathlle about
exhau'ting the oi'dinlary civil reo1
(lies beore resorting to extraordinhatlv
imeas.ulres is well known to everl' r(
spectable man in the State. At the
very time wlhenl this l'ttc' was written,
Scott anl his riing were naking etlbrts
to place certain portions of the Star
under m'irtial law; and it. was very
soon after this that he ttinde his tamout
speech it Washington, in which he dea
clared that the only law for the South
was "Winchester-rifle law." 'IT
pIper is int.ere,ting as a slight .enlin1d
or of the degree of oppression and ln"
snit. to which the white men of Soutl
Carolina submitted, purely to keep the
putbli( pece and to avoid bloodshed.
By the way, We imagine that thi,
State document reads as if it Caic
from the pen of Judge Mackey. The
Judge was at that time very thick will
Scott, and he is sulpposed to have
written the most. important of the car.
pet-bagger's messages, etc. We thinli
this letter tounds rema'kably like nomt
that have appeared over the Judge'a
Tne Most Succesaful Meeting That I1as tol
The Association met on Sattidav
Col. II. C. Davis in the chair. Aftet
prayer by the Rev. W. Richardson
the miltes of the last meeting wer(
read by Mr. R. Means Davis, in the
absence of the secretary. The follow,
ing male teachers were preseut: Col
H. C. Davis and Messrs. WI S. Dur,
ham, B. H. Robertson, W. lichard"
son, J. R. Sterling, R: 31. Davis. andc
the following ladies: Mrs. Caldwell
M rs. J. Ash ford, Mrs. Po well, Mrs
Harrison, Miss Obear, Mliss Fi'ipp anco
Miss Richar-dson, ~liiss Powell.' Dr'
Boyd, Mr. W. A. Smith and M1r. J. R
Ashfordl were also present, a was
part of the day, thme Uet. 1Il' tarr, o
the Benediet Ina.titutes Colimbia.
Mir. Durham c.ompletedl his coursi
on Analysis in Griammnar, first makin
a stronig and1 eloqueint presenitation~ o
the claims of analysis per so; anid theri
of diagrams as a means of matking
analysis a delight instead ol' a bol-e
He then gave a lesson from ti series
handsome colored charts representhny
diagrains of different classes of en
tences. As the subject of dliagramns 3:
a novelty in this State, being used Ii
veiry few schools, those teachet's wh<
were' absent missed a great deal.
At the comp)letion of thie gramma
leson a discussion oni diff'erent pojint.
in gr'ainmar ensued, participated in by
After this a recess of an hoitr M
taken for lunch, and a' very pleasan
little "picnic" followed, which was ai
iportan t featpre in brinugi ig teadhere
together in social nt ercou~rse.
At' the seeond Session li' 1ickhardson
by~ appointment, took ip the subjuct o
p)h1onetida as taught in App)leton's
Readers, and dwell upon the impor*
tance of learning the sotnds of letteri
instead of the names. le iliustf'htec
the sysite t of spelling by sobnds; anc
gave several cognate sounds showing
what copstitutes the differe.nce betweei
A resohttion d'aa adolited thiaC htii'
Iafter the A eocfafion will resolve itsea4
into a claiss and go throttgh a drni '01
phionetics at every tneeting.. The sub
jeLt of prontryelatlon was also broach
ed, irtit for witnt f timd *as pcistpon
e d to the next meetinjg;
Mrti. Durhamn said that ondoe"t'60
two months was not enough, and he
moved that the Assaciatiom meet agai,
o'n teatt rday b'efiru the fitllfrmnoa
solved that "inasmnch as the Assobia
tion, if pro'perty attemnded, will inevi
f,aty benefit the seh*)olW th6 Schoc
Comissioner b)e i'eqtested to c'onf6
with the school trustees and get thmen
to make the meeMng a school dlay, anm
that he report the result at tihe nex
meeting." It wtis stated thaft priv#td
ly, all the truistees who had bwen ap
pr'eachi63 had expressd Mpprov2l o
this; but this resolut(6i %vas adopte(
in order to seutr'e formal action.
ThIe Association theti adlj6irned t<
meet onSaturday,- 11 th of J mie. (Thi
'titt jmAk-iDa Oxttficnr.o?.
Einaety and ChiValry 'Bright Eyes and
Ifrsu DBtttons Wago MCtual VWrfre:
Trhe .jont, pint of the young ladhici
of the Cohumbia I'errrale Colle;g' ando
the Goirdon Light Infantry last Frida3
'was a cotwplcte sucecess in elOmry pai,
tieular. At an early hour' that morn.
iung the streets of the town showed evi
dence of an unusual stir, anid thw
young people especially were bmy foy
',ou ar.!e t!onof he oe,tthat'~.
etpected to. add s' much to theirpleasl
uIre aidt eitrtaitlinent: The 'viather
vas as. pro)litioul ts- could pos'iibl'.
have been desirc.d The rich foliage o'
the trees) the warbling of birds, and
the balmy zephyrs that fhanned all na
turo into activily, all e(ntribtuted to
nake up at scene that might fiairly rial(
the loveliless o' the fir finned Italian
landscape, So exhilaratig and in
spiriting was thb tout rsemble that
otle felt hiimsolf iuvohtuta'ily exclatm
ing, In the beautiful imagery of the
lturnort al liiltott t
"1f a1 bounteouts May, that dost Inspire
, youth, tal tesut delreV;
a and roves auc of thy dre4Iug,
M1ll and dat ,doth boast thy blesslttg,"
gone dlsaifolntllt,nt was felt when
intormlation was voccived that the 'Co.
lulbia party would nut arrive unt.il
midday, The Gordghs assembled
promptly at 9.30 in the norning) and
nitter 11 slort'delay mathited totheg rove
in rear of the Presbyterian Chureh,
the grotnds nelected for the festivities
of the day. Target-shooting souti after
cottt!nced, each nemhe' of the con
paty being allowed three shots at, a
Creednoor regulation target, one hun
dred yards otV hand, filleen being the
highest possible score that could bc
made. At, the conclusion of the shoot
ing it was foundl( thait dap1tall Jordani
in twl uadta.Cltl OA11was entitledl to t he medal, havingr mnadle
the best score (13) ; bitt inasmuch as lie
had presented it to the coin patty origi
nally, he (eclitned to receive it. The
next highest. score being made by fouir
metnbers ofthe corps, Sergt. T. R.
lRobertson. Corp. 11B. MMaster, and
Privates W. M. Propst tand W. A.
Roie(Y, the tie was ;+hot oflby them,
Private Propst finally witing,
At 11. 30 a (letachinent" of the com
pany, under the command of Set1gt
t(bertcon, repaired to the freight (e
pot to receive the young ladies from
Columbia, nd escort theil to tle
grounds. On the arrival of the triain
the c.aches contaitinK (ho Columba:is
were switched off, andl the whole party
shortly after disetibarked. The pro
cession Was forlI(. the (ordonis in
frotnt, and "the litic of' marcb taken up
for the grove. Arriving there further
formalities were dispensed with, and
the 'soldier boys" proceeded to look
after their guests, and right. gallantly
did they perform their duty, As soon
as the regular target shooting was con
cluded a contest was arranged amongst
the ladies, both visitors and residents,
with the results hereinafter given. At
two o'clock tinner was announced,
and, approaching the tables, a uost
pleasing sight. greeted the eyes. Eata
bles of all kinds covered the two long
tables in great abundance, and the
sptotd wtts Ittdeed Mnost telpting itind
Inmviting,-such as is rarely eqnaed
but never excelled. It is hardly naeces
sary to add that this feature of the oc
casion was one amongst the most at
After dinner Professoi' ;ones culled
his school together and went through
a drill in caliszhenlds, unde.r the lead of
Miss Llewulen Klocklag- of Barn well
county, who was perfect.ly aiu, at
Despite the want of missic, and a good
floor, the extreise5 wei'o very* creditar
bly performed, and evinced thorough
drill. Aft.er the calisthenices wore'en
r' eluded; the disti'ibutioni of prizes wah
made. The young ladies of the college
iwereo grottped togbther and the Gotr
donis drawn up near at hand, wvhod
'Sergt. T. JF. IRobertson, in behalf 61f
tll3 latter; mounted a templorary ros
trumn and made at few happy roiniirks
to l yohtng Iattiesa, exi>ressing at hope
'that they would remember the present
occasion with pleasure, and not, fdrget
The first pri2se; consisting of at beau,
tiful silver andc glass vaise afd card re
I divci', for' the hest marksmanship ivah
Mivirded to N iis flmmna Moore, and
the second, a j;air of vases, for the next
hobst mtarkomianiship; to Miss Law t6ni.
The. blushitng vrict.orh received the
jTh'iAeR amid entlttiisic stfplaumse.
Next, to the voun g ltadiLs at honie
wore awarded the f1.iat pri-re for
miarkahliishlp, (a afiver frimhit ki)lfc) tc;
,Miss Saf'ah WVolfe, and theo seconid, (a
Ipounti of Ffentch (candy) to Miss Lilla
Last.ly, wifth a view to the cteietta
iitnmess of' thit;p ania in token of apj>re
ciatiotn of theo skili dlisplJayed in the
arfio'us evolutionts of thle ialisthenic
olAsa, ho would beg leavo to pr'e.6nt
the claAs with a washboard thtdugh itfe
graceful leader; atid he handed ft over
to Mish Klbekley, del)id gfeat ldughxtif
1e i iii ordor *As f11 houwarding of
pizes 1o the meombers of' thb Gordon
bight Infantry. With the ex ception
of the comnpany~ miedal these were
made tzi cf ifalheotts drtlcleft con
tribtd by the mebattw of the wnr.
j1rofa#jh doneut of the Columb'la Ve
male Collogc ptesided over this dere
many, and beforA disti'ibuting the
mpriies delirered a few eloquent re
tiarAs ap' dtit to t:e o<da'i(mi.
To at tenript an) extended reproductioni
- of' his beautiful and ornat8 languaige
would ho a great injitstice to the dis
Itingnishe'd genttf6mnn; who Is known
far And ido an a mrost AUecei u1ful ediu
entor'; and( it Is suffleienit therefore to
say that ho hold his auditory spell
bound by his genine elognence a.id
ourafofy. Interspetrsing his remarks
with wit and hftntor h'e pr'O'ceed
I ed to hind to tho's6 entitled to
thoem the sev'erar p)rit, in tl.e fol
lo'ttg o*der: First, W. M.' Propst ;
amoond, Capt. W. G. Joirdan;. tMird;i
Private iV. A. Romedy ; fourth, op
H. B.- McMas'ter; fift, Sergt.'.R.
11obertson; sixth, Private W. 3. El
eight h, Private Rt. T1. Crew fofd ; nhftLh,
Sergt. J. H. Cummings; t6Yath, Piiate
J. W. S3egler t elevetnth, Private Louis'
ILandeeker; tin sword, Lieut/ 1I. Rt.
'Flenniken ; tl-n cup', Privato J. 0.;
Boag. These exercises bbing con
cluded, thle compan8fy escorted the Co
la mbta paty back to~ the freight,
depot, and iyo'n the arrival of the
hindshakings tnd good"byes,. alid bo
fore It. could' be realed the streets
olit haitl tohk One tlitl'" ttcttomecd
athpeal'alico, altd till) Ilemora'tblo sixth
of May was numbered amongst the
thitga of t.e )as.
I71:A'rI1 (H' Co.0 rt, R0s.1:t. -- Col.
Jlohn Bo:.ser, born in Soithe Carolina
in 1811, died at his resideit' ott the
Ile 'nando road at 4 o'clock yestrrdat
morning, aged sevent.v years.- Cot,
Roaser moved to C:atme,h S. C., at tif
early Et e-attd btcitnto onb of'ltq most
11alerotts itwrehaitts. In 1$60U, on
the eve ot'the war, he moved to this
city, in order to look alLIer his phiti1ng
hiterests In Mississippi and with a view
nt'going into the bahking business
here. But the war pwevented lhin,
and tultimately broken up by it, lie re
mioved to tie count'y, an -ver since
minly devoted h1i1seit' to agrictil (il-e.
Ile leaves a Witlow anti 'tell children,
all gt'own, ttiit ' a large nnmuber of
grand and g reat-gf-andcliltlret. One
of his sons t'tsIdt's in New Orleans
ftur other of his children in ITexaq, antj
lIVe in this State. tol. Rosser was it
pi'e, go~od, hpright man. the record u(
whose life is stainlcesq. lie leaves t.
b'ight. exailplb of probity'atid hoior
tible (1tIlils and stainless iitegrily.
rin< dittl regr%tted by a wide circle of
li'iends ho esteectld himl as his chil
droli a(1 relatives loved him.-Memi
'--Ayer's Pills Contaii fto Croton oil.
raloinel or inineral. '1'hev are con
p)oundeld ot' pure vegetable extracts.
Which hiSt 1.os1tive ilt'tites an atl
*itys efire, whetrlt' etnres are possible.*
Estate Jas. M. ut lani, 1)eceased.
NOTICE is horchy ,iven that I will
a1)ply to the Jtfil of I:febato of
t"ait'field Cuttnty ol Tua-day, Juhie 7th,
11, for attillit1 discharge (ts Executor of
the Will of Jas. M. Rttland. dlecetlstect.
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ma 's -t11&30' Ex'cult .
NOTII1:E T1O CRWD)ITOltS.
, R. ll31,1T 11 McfARLEv hnvitig, on
I. the 4th itist.t fitie to ine fn as
ignment for the benefit ot' the oredito1!?
)f the stock in trade, assets, etc.. of the
lbuin esR horetoforo <"ondticted by John
fohnston, Agent. at Winnsboro, S. C.. nil
eroditor< of the sail John Johnston,
AgOnt. are hereby notiicd that a meeting
of the sRid croditors will he held at
Winnlsbo'o, 8. C., on the 17th day of
isay, It1', at I1 o'clock. a. im , at the
ofido of A. M. Mankey, Enci., Attorney at
Law F. ELDER,
nay 10-td Assigneoe.
STATE OF SOUTH CA1fOLINA,
COtJ#TY OF FAIRFIELD.
BY J. R. N0 'LES, Esq . 'rob<de Judgc.
STIHEREAS, John H. Neil hath
made suit to nio tograbt him let.
tors of administration of the' estate and
effects of Vim. 8. .\Murphy, deceased:
Those are, therefore, to cite anhd admon
ish all and singular the kindred and cred
itors of tiho aid V i. 8. Murphy,
deceased, that they be and appear before
me, in the Court of Probate, to ho hold at
Fairfleld Court House, S. C., on the 21st,
day of May, after publication her.
of, a. 11 o'cloek in the forenoon, to shew
eause, if any they have, why the said ad
mihistrsion abould not be granted.
Given under my hnd this 7th day of
May, Anno Domini 1881.
J, It. BOYLES, J. P. F. C.
TO T1IoS1 IiE8tfING TO BUILD.
W- E hate just emip!nyod sctuo of the
moit skillful and experieed
wvofkxhen, uidc are now ready. to do all
kinda of hiuse 64rponier's wivbk. Wle
have also made aiTTangoments' with the
leading saw mills to furnish us .vith lum
her. 'S8o on an'l after this date we am'e pro
pared to dd all kinds of .work.' Persons
desif'ing to have old hotines rspaired, of
contemiplate building, will do *ell to- get
an estimate fruotna befoi ojgiving out con .
a aspeoisity. Wo are v'ersed ih all the now
styles and outs bf t.he cay. Contracta
takent anywhero ill the South. All work
-JOHN H. PUJRCELrL & BROS.,
3Uilders and Contracotor4.
Witinaboro, S. 0,
-AY 0, 1881.
rj- Hft hooks of this o cc will be open
1.from June 1st to Jutly 20, 1881, to
receive retu rns of personal p~ropert,y own
tmd by enoh' taxpa,yer on the 10 dlay of
Jur.o. All malo persons bot w.con the agea
of twenty- one and sixty years are liablo to
poli-tax, mnd will report acop1rdingly.
For the accom3modation 01 taxpaiyers I
will be at . the following places on the
d1ays spooffed fdr th' pt,rpeo of redciv
ing returns, viz.:
WVoodward's from the arrival of freight
train, Juno 8th, to depart.ure of 68ih
bound passenger train Juno 9th.
- WVhito Onak. June 10.
Piurf.um's, Juno 11.
Caldwola' Storo, Jurdo 13.
Gladden's Grove, Juno 1.1.
Rtidgeway, Jun l5 and 16.
1l.catr Creek, Juno 17..
Blythowood, June 18.
Jenrnings' 8'ore, Jno 2VY.
,Ien ktlisvillo,.Jumne 21.
MIofftIcello, Jun0 '22 arid 2M.
Bucekhead, Juno 2'7.
Peastorvihll, ,June 28 and 29.
P'leano tako notice that the offico in
Wnisboro will 1o e cJia4d during my
absenoce af, the ai~Ovo app)oinitmonitu, and
open on all other days during tho ap
may 10- tfj A uditor F. 3.
Hge ts ga
4-W 6 NW CKAR.E8.
RI. WV PHILLIPS, Agent, Winns
borb, 8. C. dXec
iOE0 1'HAT $0RiARISE1
THll3 FA.RMEtS '"BONANBA."
frm .a $new vrgtaal on fro A.,'ifr
d r a t also ie i e . C uby tPi
IAu 10 bestr o r I haia ee)aow.
enver gtw to other crn its. U n s
bt r eer tor ship, 7 et. npro '
Gee4b,16 etp sfo. 1. Vr sc rce. Iag tof. Wong,
4 . bill . l n reegn.1er ,a o~pr e aa
for -n-aorshc.gucia-pr, 71 Atas'. oK
l ri).t'2 M a CKA1.--1n ortiler o llsc a
i"e11aLle L,iver 'ill withi.n tha rcul+n of ill.I1he
price of Ay A pjde i'lir hl,i hen re'(ht ed to
u. lr I;o . (ilrt by it!. Irl gts; 1: this
Wh. t ,i'to Ok t!o!' ;;".-lt In ytrv; lion :ul.
Ch,l:klen:;. 'i ol\ thebtu Slo u1I.h!'.: "1(v!; 1't-e .
11re-(,": tlw w ". 1 "-- -.i . et 1:4 i o1w
Ivr.to 1, e1:tO t' it,: tt.b " !.,, (i il(. :+ vi V. (1t'
ii tlt' nheIl I f the cin? er'fa crse-te ', n hl nt iS lit
i!eCV nt. tIhen1 fr':,:I lak lit u it - di' : s.
(Q1T1.1.N WA., Apri 'l !. )!-R.
ror the benetlt or all those who, tie ttor.
.e;ted in rtiping ton is I take pltaaure in recofin
Inending 31oenteld' Medicated Utock feed. I
bid several chikent wita chotern. ant by the
u,:e of this woiderful alilch, Friver tlccortdin
to lirectloun, al of them yp(1 w("t. atLd are no4
in a healthy condition. W.\t. 'TENNil.LL.
I rutly concur in tue above.
'. T. IRICE.
.:oht by Ithe druyglst". (1011hcountr.
I1A(-0N, Ol t.
AMeisra. Luhl., ItahIkin ' itrti., Dear lrs
I hatl been troubled lot' i lotli time before tti';Ig
our Cl'tmultptl ,e prp,rtu lOu. ni I. 51t11'thinog
ike A;tIiha. nial after tlsing onl: 117e w )Ottle3
of You IrewI' 1 unI timtrC1' I I,reath'Ot per
rl'ctly free, and lln\o felt no sytnptoin of ith.
ttiea s11ne. I aM conf(Itl-nt. Cour' tmleldleitte
curr-t tte, and I cheerfltly re,:cotiantend It to all
ho ate ltuflerting ftOut Asttlllr.
JOi4s D. H0!313.
M,AVon, G,t., March I.M. 188k.
Mica'ra. 1.nmar, ltnnkln & l.amar. 'enr (lr:i
111h(v.' uled .your llraew'a Iut.g R,tultoer for
Vertigo, and hat'V never beeti Iioubl;id nlth It
sit.ev usii itg he iudl itw'. I fntliOt ;11t" too
iiith foi It, and CN.erriItily Itv"( iit)Vt.% it to
ill tbI n 1'reltd relief ft'oUtl ',irtPnn.
1O11 tItly. .1. f. truTl..
\AAC(N. 0A., JMrch '.l, 1 fl0.
Mcl;sr9,t 1nmar', Itanklln - 1.-itlalr, i r r.
I stfer'd two year; witIt CotioatUlpti;n. and
dUiln ti lt In1 tivf lient it" by D)';. iterut,
'i'hoii7is, (;haltoll and others of Ihi ity, an1
niso iby n jrotnlnittt physl'itn of -neon. (a..
(ileto tlti11lt'r fihy t-itef. My htusbaud bought
ine M.Yx bot llhs of youl' r(1 ie'': 1.i1I4 ltest4Orur,
Whil I U"yan to tile t. tiIC. anIut ftmll)nt( Il
te<Hate rltie .I -loto tir( tihl si. bottI11 anm l
Iavi t' lil'\1.' ft' l t :l i5nlil tt'i of Il. ie.(11=.:t since,
ild ly IxI itn(ral healt h it iS Uetter thilan i IIs
he'li in yva"r:a. I thttel h r '1'ntimlt 'nll II to all
whoI h;11t'i' Constti)tln WS a l'':a Il 1 LIe-d
I'rlet'. Very rIsp'ct fitI1.
11I IS. \I. (MIt)t-ci11.
Sorl by the rt)Ylgjlsti of t)i .s Cnl(ity.
'il1Ct'!AN)iJg1?R ITl' W\I' l1'K VT.\t E1
.lo1" To Tii W %ont.u ! W1'il%' I i t!, "__w
AtuoIg 1tU lini . discOvr.'ir'is 111k InI; to the
happilless itu(t 1 1ti :o:t'lon II i hr . t i :1n l': e.
none I 'ntitled 1) hig'her 'gniil-eratiot than
Dr. 4. 13radflellt's re'Nllle ltc'gui:ttO. *\m tI':
liHt Ftriend." By It, woman lo r cnmtn.t1pa1"
from nnmberlestiIts p'%ullir to hi'r se'x. II'
(ore its tiltl' power aill 11l'"'i r :l.1 i+ I"- of trhe
womb111 \.inih. I1 1'1Ur:i "whit1 :. s." tillprti:!oil
of tile.'InentIets," and rm o '1''-s 1n1!1l1:1 o.,+ uru -
1I4,n1. It Ci rtes r:'mtnt! "hi t iit ri'ngtins
Ih(- 55y.11'1. ti ''es 1P:'" )IIve hli p rlil i the
blood. It tneit'r fails, af iior:i:utI; of ' m a
Prtl'tnriret by )r J. Brnilliii, A1:n11, G...
pr'icte lu, ' er boll it :h.- I ' I a e! I. Io,
T'l imi a l.t.t:. (;I.. .1m wt, ". 1, .F .
I havee hl on seilfn; Ir.ut!"5: - 1'. -n +1 I, l n.
ll,tor for . t rr., i S i t it 1i 1 (,ntiti pit " t.tinr
an ev"ulidrnc' of its hIting Ill cl- imeri f'I '. i c:ln
r intI inlsti11nrce., 11) 1% I. i It :?"in Ir el lt flrr
ill the Uitl.l r-macdi(' hat i t.(:' .
-:'- lS. J. (. g i t.
M.trox. (IA.. Nov. 1, 1879.
Dr. C. J. Motl-t- I)r:ir ;r"- Wt' hcF:ai h!eon
bitndluing 'eetiI tilt for ::evcr:tl yon . nd it
denl-a d ifn r(to'. i the tL rat! i.-? Lt'1' m:es I:t?re.
dutet'd i111d is k lowil. O:1' l,i(., :ve Ig (o f
twotothreag:o.petrtn',th. We bt'It 'e that
y'Ourl' T otinl. (T 'thll,g I'~lo:' 11 .il tilt
ally become it titan"hard Itt,i'JI( pt-ull.;h pru.
cll, for in no $inq'.: in '.: it i to. r'. y o
a rrtfaction. No icnmp:ii Lap ri r ri tn ii u
to us, hence w ".nclriI,' G :Mt it i, aill t otl
claimn for it. 'IiU ca n tn s: -cr". .
IIUNT, I NKIN & LAMA t, I)crggtsts.
1v1." it r -_
lr:u-RY,.v ., April l1, 1,7t.
I have watc"hed tI ( Ot e ir i c Ilcino i;Qv
kno0 ti ns - 1wif'H y i ilitic i E'iice silnCe t"
yeI'r 18--o'.ver 50 yelrl--and iv n(-vcr hecurI
of-a fini"e tocunre when proplirly' ttken. II
commenced the tie of it on my slavos, hotween
1650 ant 1815, and also '(1di a uibr of my
neliglorst and tnt every cisEc that came within
my Knlowledge it EfEClice a cure. Int 1885 my
Ibtrother-ln-law., Georgt Wakr bought at atuc.
tion a slauc noy twar'ran?. Alter the~ purchasn
it welt discovereA that hd had hadt Syphilf* for
twelve yeatr:' Is head wias without a hanr on
it Hie tr-eated him with thlis remedy, anti in'
four Weeks he was sound andi we mi andi in a
short- time had as tntt t headt or -i r 'na win
ever owned by a r.egro. Hie own this slave
man yars andhe 'lever hadic any niettrxa of
th d3 ine;Drlo ci day's wor-l. Trhis is onl9
Oneo amni biindtrella of Itdsttn tt of 'emarici
hie cures madte by thits medicino. Ini all .r,uy
latlife lb.avo never' knowni a remedcy that
vot.td so fuilly acco'o9l16h what' it. in r'ecomn.
monided to do. II. L. DENN.iD.
THlE HWI FT SPECIFIC CO3IPANY, Proprio
tors, A ttanta. Ott.
Call tor' a copy (;i -Youngf Mien'i Fricudl.'
Defectivo Watch Cates are one of the chief
CcinSes of 'o mantiy watIches not he.'L'g good
timo pieCes. The cases being t,hin nud not fIt
ting wtell. admIt dut ztmd dirt to the i cvei.
talent, which 111on1 interfeot with the rittining
ptarts of thowaffli neidting' cleaning, re-.
palming, &c., nn:i lthe amtotnt thus wildi cut if
aippliedi to'.a'rd l>ttyinug a 70od crasli in I ito he
ginning, wvould have.' ive.i all *.his traithle rind
expentic. WSo have' recently POt-t ai caBO thtat
meetsi all theo' rej;uIremien(d, it hating heerf
ctirried for over twent y years ant(d Still remins
l1effed. W.e refer to the JA H. BO,S' Paitedt
Stiffented (old Case, wbl:th hats becomno one
of tbo ttple articles of the0 Jewelry tradlo,
possesing as it doena imany aiva',ntag~e o'ver
all othtar. wn'tch~ efraen, lhelng madeo of t''6
heay latesi of scolId gold over a pinto of com
pottItion. Anmi we advrisc. alt ourt r'ieder's to risk
tbi'er Jewt'cr foir ii .'irdi or enitc,!bc'io t hat, tili
e'xplait tihe miannertic in which thtey aire, made,ic
It is the only StIffenedr Caini tmatdo with twvo
plates of goldi, 1-eamiless petitnns, i nit cent,ro,
Solid jointl, croIv/fI pteci, &., tilt of wvhich na
covenrd11 hitters pait t t. I het r-foto abty ino
cijeO. i1for~etconstilting~ ii JewtIliir whoi' keepsil the
JM Uds' Pate ttfftrrd Golud Cato, that
i'0 1113 ay lea thbe di ft'nrr 4 het wet-t it and
all irmitat Iionst I hat cl,timi to ho0 eqully 13 good.
For nalo 1)3 alil'respoam'bi' .Je'w-'ler4. Ark to
Ite t ho witirrtant th:at iCaci pan cSch e ce,t
attnd don't lie persualdedi thia any ot hit mcihi' of
caho is as good. a p l's.
M. L. KINARD'S
COLENYIEUA, 8, (C.
JUST rece'ivod tho lairgest and mont,
comtet stook of' M'P I N(C CLOT' HI'Nf4
that Ihas overOt LeCon in the Stato, 1and a~
priceci to i-tiif. thec i imec,
SUITS Oi. MlIDLE:NEX FlANHFl.
* WitutedI, at $4[2.5O.
MuEN' S A LL WO'O01 (C11 E ,OT SUITg
1W'aiuted, tat 10J.50j.
YO'UTPH ' 6,t'fITS ?'OM 0.M:0 to $1.00.
B3OYS' SUIr8 $1.50, $20 Pr.60, ANDY
-ALF0) a flne tock of Tiy lor'"f ,el bri:ted
. Unitina#i Rtraiw ,Hats' and Mauullor.,
-n iltiC and White.
'I HAVE added to my' niogk fino r,boa~ t6r
I ent1itinen, to comlplotO fli otltfit, gttarat-i
tecd .Dot to ip-or breAk: if they do, d
SPRING~ W AGONS~
N '' ' ti-t sith t n fuggv nd"
$pring Vagoi-bneinosa, I havY fvt
late thil kiu~
a he w"ell-"knowizt
Fartm Wagon. My one horse wagons are
,oupled the nlhd tt i tw-hor' zo eagoni,
tavt front hottuda and rncCin.g ,c,ltiter..
Warrted for tvolstf ttofiths.'.
J. H. CU! xiNm .9.,
Opp. Dnnlevy & Fann
tI nclr,ti hing pur:ht'e. th.i
I swck in trad, rt.crntly oamn iI byv
\. P. Miler. proposgea to st"lt 1.( san t fit
atd e.Leow t.rigiial t)St. Ht otl'r, Fr"in :bt
"uti'y att thtit"y-five ett per pt uin I.
ndi': Itwkle. at ';rlt, Dolls aid Toy-t
>. tow cost.
d a:x:ytn n.'t In,1 . Fr-Oh I;ar .t, ,s-. (r -
ki)j.v K 1Amin-iir. Apps)e1', t'ake-s' and I:t'--Ma,,
1t stlit it, ist"i kimh.
- -.J W. AJJU*:N.
.;r' II'Cread. gt'od t l IfI':.s, ilats ni tit
1',sT.\1; SHListF IRy.
(V( UD ON WUITE SPOOLts.)
GEORGJ A. CLAR1,
t4) BROADWAV, ' ' EW YORK;
Siuca tho introdnettidn of. this Spon
Cotto' into thu American mnarkt:t. its sun
t'eC:s hit. hst en ulnrect!id, utoi. No other
brand of threat han ever mot, with tho
taitue aiount of publio Ia~.r in the tsuma
pN1 o f t it is.
The O. N 'T" manufacture,r uc re tho
ftrrt to ttcognite thi fiu tit. s f the
"o*. in; Mac.shinie atid (oa 'k(o a six rordl
cotton, which lihats over been Iho recog.
iizrtd r.tanda rd flri mahint es.
All tho iiuprovnmetzts in idichiuerv
t.att the inventivO genius of the ninei.
teeth century han prodtoedc have bt"ot
adaipted by the nanufaicturer of MO.N.T."
At till the great Inlternaion0fll Pain~ (t'
the warld, "0. N. T." hui been awarded
the hsighoiit honors..
'Iho -'0. N. T1." factories at Rowari:.
N. J., and Pai.Aley. ScotlandJ, ('mploy
4,200 oporatives - ake sulicient thread1
daily to go around the wnrld fout ti.nein.
Connumte 1.111 tons of cosi fluily;
TJhe matn:tCaotures of "O. N. T." ato
t.he largest mnanufacturers of Sip9cl Cot
ton in the wvorlh'.
A full atssortnie.nt of this Fipool Cot.tori,
can be0 had at wholoslhnd retill at J1. M
BL ATY & CO.'fi. fob 22. txshn
8 FedS 1