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TUESDAY MORNING. JUNt 4, 1878.
.Mill Notice-T. W. Traylor & Co.
In T.tukruptcy--Jno. S. leynohls,
For Congress-R. E. Ellison, Sr.,
For School Commissioner-Many
Special Notice-Sugenheimer &
R1& Best beef and host meats of
all kinds kept by J. W. McCreight,
at Stall No. 2, Town Market.
Mr. W. B. Gilbert has opened
his bathing-house for the season,
and all who want a cooling off those
hot days will do well to visit his
"Peace in the Family." You can
enjoy a good night's rest and retain
peace in the family by keeping
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup in tho
COUNcIL PROEEDINoS.--Tho regu
lar monthly meeting of the Town
Council was held in the council
chamber on Friday, the 31st ult., at
5:30, p. m. Present : Intendant
Brice, and Wardens Chandler, Rob
ertson and McCarloy. The minutes
of the preceding meeting were read
and confirmed. Bids for the rent of
the market for the month of June
were opened, and on motion of
Warden Robertson those of Messrs.
J. U. Lybrand and J. W. McCreight
were accepted, being the two highest.
On motion of Warden McCarlev, the
proposition of the Vinnsboro Pub*
lishing Company to do the town ad
vertising at sixty dollars ($60.00)
per annum was accepted. Council
then, on motion, adjourned.
AROUND TowN.-Nothing of in
portance transpired on S.tturdly.
The streets were alive with little
darkies on Saturday, selling black
berries and plums.
The colored Methodist revival is
to be carried on another week. Two
more preachora from Columbia ar
rived on Monday.
A rain would do much good now.
A slight change in the schedule of
of the Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta railroad took place on
Wyatt Going~s, colored, was lodged
in the guard-house on Stuirday
afternoon for obstructing the plat
form of the cars, thereby causing a
delay in the passengers' getting oil
A lively rtunaway occurred on
-Monday. No damage was done.
ForTus Naws 1Wo IIEaIM.D.
* .. A Sham Wed4ing.
A marriage of considerable in.
terest among the colored &eemnt of
our population was celebrated in the
vicinity of Douglass' Shop last Fr.i
day night. The dlarkies had poured
in from far and near, to witness
-the joining in -"double-eussedness"
of Vinson Simnonton and John John
eon--Alex. Hopkins acting 'squire.
It had been previously arranged that
John should be dressed in woman's
attire,.and take the place of the girl
to whom Vinson was engaged. The
latter dia not detect his mistake
tmtil too late--the cermemony had
been performied. It was fun to the
wi,inesses, btL Vine will be "d'addy.
shamed" if it was fun to him, when
he saw the "pint,"
'rom tiit wvill be seen that all
tpfools have not gone to Liberia
yet.' The above entcumstante clear.
ly haIlekteb thatt the negroes of this
countryv are totally devoid of con
selpne fair how could a being with
a conscience have the audac4ty to
tamper with sacred things so Lrivo
lously?i Indeed, the negro does
sern to 'be athe connecting Idnk
between the hugnan and the brute,
~oeiessing some qualities belonging
tthe for mer, while devoid of
t)eawhieh every rational creature
a a~ poeeu m~ niiongly charabi~
~ ~rt4e f te br'dte cr'eatiomy Then,
h~j~elado ith r fatmle
the weighty rosponisibility that
de\ olve:, npon us, to raine this peo
)>le from th:tt st:ito, whe'n 'tis "folly to
be wis." Hero is a wide field of
iisefuhitcss for the mission:iry ; for
truly the htt.lien aro at our door.
Lot the statesman, the philuanthro.
pist., tho chrii,ian, exert hiz}tsolf in
their behalf, so that they may up
procinto their liberty. Tm.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
Please announce B. II. IOlEITSON
at a candidate for School Conmianissioner
at the ensumng election --subject to the'
action of the Democratic party tt the
jtne 4-xtf M INt I_ir.Nn)s.
At a meeting of the Jackson's Creek
Democratic Club, of Town hip No. 12,
'tho following resolution was unanimous
Resolved, That we recomimtnd our do
servodl,y popular fellow-citiz. n, )IAJ. T.
W. VOOI)VA D, for ia seat in the Con
gress of thte United States, au I asck our
delogates to the Nolin tating Convention
to urge his claims.
Extract from the minutos.
U. E. ELLISON, SR.,
P. Has-rixos, President.
june 4-t f
W Ei have had the Coleman Mill
thoronlly repaired, and are now
icady to grind wheat aid corn, and to
saw lumber. With a good miller, new
b-,lt.in-'eloth, a good smutter, and a
plenty of power, we will spare no pains
to give general satisfiietioni to our custo
T. W. TRA.YLOR & CO.
Feasterville, S. C., May 2, ib78.
In the matter of WILLIAMI D. AIKEN,
' O WHOM IT M.AY coNcEni:--The under
signed hereby gives iotico of his tip
poiu tment as Assignea of the Estate of
1 WI.LhAM D. A[1RN, of the County of
Fairfield, and .itato of South Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Bankrnpt upon
his own petition. ,y C. I. Spencer, Esq.,
Register. All persons indebted to the
said Bankrupt will take layment to the
JNO. S. REYNOLDS,
june 4- tx3w Assignee.
E hereby give u1,tice to all parties
that we wi:1 give nocredit to anyone, but
will sell goods for CASH, AND CASH
ONLY. Parties are notied to send no
orders to our store, as the goods will not
be delivered without the CAShI.
SiUEN rEIEi.i & OllOBSlIIEL.
AConv'ention of the Dcimoaratio Par
ty of Yair;ield County will be hel .1 in the
court--ho use at Wi nnsboro, on Satu rday,
the 15th day of June, 1878, at elovin
o'clock, a. mi., for the purposo of olecting
a Count.y lhairmn, an.l. if the Co:lven
tion see fit, delegates to t'io State and
the Congres.sional Con ventlion.
Each local club will sen.I one dele
gate for the olub at largo, and one addi
tional dlelegat,e for overy tweonty-:ive memt
bers on its roll.
may 30-3itd County Chairman.
Notice to Taxpayers.
AUDITon's .)h ?Lon,
WINNSnOnto, 8. 0., May 2S, .1878.
r fHitS ofilco will be open) from the 1st
Lo,f .June to thle (Jih of July, 1878, to
reeinve T1ax RLeturi a for the Iisal year
11878. Bly orders from theo Comptroller
Geoneral the real estate will also be re -
assesaed at th..- same time. All maloc
peOrsons5 betwveen the ages of twenty-one
an dsixy yers re liable to Poll T1ax, and
I wi.ll attend a.t tihe fol'owing places on
the days specined1, for tile purposo of
ree.eiving returns, v.ia:
F.eastervil.lo. June 14 and 15.
MntI.collo, JTuneo 17.and i.16
Jo~ -in.ville, June 19 and 20.
Horeb, June 21 and 22.
Delko 'June 24 and 25.
Dear Creek, June 26 and 27.
Ridgewvay, June 28 and 29.
Durhiai's, July 1 ant 2.
Glariden's G'rovQ, July'3 and 4.
Woeod ward's, July 5 and (I.
L. N. WITHERS,
reay .30-ctta Auditor F. (1.
IE1 tinderaigned horeb~y g1ive notion
that they hlavo pu rohased the stock
.and good-will of the firm of Sugonhoimer
& no., and will condluet the business at
the old stand, under the firm, name. of
Sugonheimeor & Groesobel.
WIrn1 -e t A 1'.' r .t.1-..- '1Te demnllrld
for ;. .i ! 1 b e l'S .A otio It,'ulator
is be yondcl prect . -nit inl th(! ninll'''> o,f
p,p) I t - . ' t r1I I ' b 1 s coni.e i,1 ..
C'lick an1)( .} ..t 1.: 1(r<.pr ic r i na
h,er, I - r,e be.". tiun:blu to o!Il l(':n .all,
Ile is happ 1y to r;ta(- 11ha, arrangerne, .-lnls
are"t now 4.n11Ille b)y whli' h 1.e is p,re
pared t9 mnlct' ature I '4nlale ltegulator
on at scale equal t o the elnei:.;eney, and
the pnablic maly feel assured that their
wants nui ly now be supilied. Phtysicians
of high ropllt, irO usintg this great
remedy, in daily practice. all over
Georgia. This valuable mlellieiie is pre..
palred by J. 1iradlli(ld, A!enta, (Ga., and
is old at $1.50 per bottle, by 1)n. W. E.
Orica COUNTY C01M1\iss1oN1":is.
Wiss:mnoi, S. 0.. May ..I. 1673.
Q~ RALD pro:)s-ils for b uibling a
K ) N..inH i "ill ;e ovt r Litt I - Itiver,
1,1 Kineid.'s Ford, \t ill be receuived by the
ounty Conluissioners lp to 11~ndav t.ho
241th d.ay of .1in Ie t. The 13ri ige to be
built.of heart lumber, an I t'ie c, nlrmtr
to ,ive bont I an:l security for t.he f,tjtfuIl
p1erf)rmatllnce of t.;io work, an I wirant it
for ve y'+ar::. '['tic lrid,e to be cuvcredl
and, wveath -r-bsair.ledi. Thell conltrattr
(n US' whatever material of thte ,I.
Britge that ila' 1he inittll,l. 1'.e Conn
ty (;ommli4Sionuer$ res".r-ve the right to
decline all bids if they deeni pro tr.
JOHN A. Ii1NNAN[',
may 22-txtd th'u1. B. C. ti. P. 0.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Me.srs. Liilors: -- iense an nutl nce 11. A.
GAILLAI) as at c.indidate for tlh Ilionse
of Repr':,entatives. at the comlitll elee
tion. The course oi Mr. Gaillard in pub
lic life has given g enoral satisf:lction and'
done honor to old FairfIell. In recogni
tion of his services it is but proper that
he shotll1 bo1)sent to the Hoen: at the
next election. 'I'his non,itintion is made
entirely without the knowledge of the
may 1l tl' MANY FRIENDS.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
At a meeting of the 'aklnd m1)mocrat
ic Club of township number six, held 011
the 28th of April, 1878, the following
resolution was adop,ted:
]1e.elm'T. 'Taitt t'ii't Club, recognizing;
theO litness an1 I abhilit.y of 1[an, 11. A.
tailhard i tI as a representative , liereby
1')Illinaite him as a candidate for re
eh et ion
Extract fiom the minutes
A. J. LAAMAII,
may 16--; xtf Secreltary.
-HO ! FOR
4C'TJJx. x3 QtJL.
ri"IIE first house in town to reduco
. \V:iskey to ten cents a drink, 13-eer
to five enlits i gilass aid Billiards ifteent
etits per game. ilaving a large and welI
seleeted lot of Pne Li<(Iors on itha .d of
which the following are a few of the
IPl,ra'S: 1 . ent ne' y onron, Cabinet
XXX X auni Uh.er Ryet, 3-our Alash i"tone&
Mloninii CIorn, a spec1iad 1 , '(tf.m,3'
(; li or~ia, 1-dit'rav tiA i randi
Cuinu.une,Li.t.l Shrr and Iert Wines.
Cinen t L.gr. eer alw ~ays he ut on
i.C, antd atll sorts of 3313icy and 'ool dlrinks L
prlepared in the mt ta lsty unmnacr~ at
ap)rii 30-.ti J. D. McCATRLEY.
TILE NEWS AND HERALD.
IN the campaign th ait is now opening
Tu'j1 Nsws AN)) l.3li)n p)roposes to keeop
its readers fully postedi as to evenats oe..
CUrring in National, Stato and County
polities. It has heretofore labored earn
e:stly in the cause of' goodi government.
an d m& eiorts o futura wiill be r'odou~bled.
In or'der' to) accompls1031 fli e greatest good,
it deu'ires to reach overy citizen ot' Fair'fle3d
County. To attain this end the follow
ing speacial rates are altered for the cam.
TIri-weely, to the 15th November, $1.50,
Weekly, to the 1/ith Novenaber, - - 1.00.
9#i' ('ash, ini CUeryI cue, mus.'t accompany
Cards nominating canididates w~ill bo
inserted at theo following rates, in aducance:
For each candidate, 1 inob, one in-.
sertion, - - - -- $1.00.
For the campaign, in Weekly and
Tri-weekly, -. - - 5.00.
Pledges of candidates at the same iates
as the a b)ov.
P'roceodings of oinha or comnmunion
tions, whein .they contain nom'natio,ns,
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We askc that subscrJptions and -nomi
nations be handedI mnat onige
.pi' All busines cOb3na ations
shotild be addressed to.then6 .,
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T1here Is a purious story about sonme native
wines which are extensively advertised howa..
dsys, and have only rcen tly been put upon
the mar'ket. Dr. U nderhlh lthe well-known
ape-grower of Croton Point, died in 187r.
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but suggest ing the Imperial Toay more
than any othef Europecan wine, an d being
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growth Its purity age and mellowness are
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hands of thle well-known wholesale gocery
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