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TU1CSDAY, J Uxl: 25, , 1878.
Fruit .Tar.4-J. F. McMaster &
The P.atont Self_Acting Cow
Milker-Geo. E. King.
Like beautiful jewels in brazen
settings are handsome features
upon a face marred by signs of
blood poisoning. The groat purifier
of the blood is Dr. Bull's Blood
THE CIRcUIT COURT.-The Court
of General Sessions for Fairfield
county met on Monday morning, his
Honor A. J. Shaw presiding. After
a brief charge from the Judge, the
grand jury retired for the consid
eration of bills handed to them by
Ti'e case of the State vs. Allen
Robertson and Andy Robertson, the
two negroes charged with the burn
ing of Mr, Thomas W. Rabb's gin
house ir. January last, was next
taken up. After hearing the evi
dence, argument and judge's charge,
the jury rendered a verdict of
"Guilty." Tho prisoners were ac
cordingly roman led for sentence.
AROUND TOwN.-A Fourth of July
barbecue is talked .f.
Friday was the longest day in the
year. We thought it was a power
ful long time between-meals.
Peaches were selling on Saturday
for twenty-five cents a dozen.
The heavy rains on Friday made
the ground too wet to plow, and a
large number of farmers visited the
"Boro" on Saturday.
A large brass candlestick, said to
b3 over a hundred yeais old, was
on exhibitiou oil the streets on Sat
urday. It is now owned by an old
colored man, but he he doesn't
claim that it ever belonged to Wafh.
THE Ono,x VAA.-A 100 Ln. SOLID
SHoT.-If any man insults your
common sense by offering a first~
,class 9 stop Organ for $05, "shoot
him on the spot." All necessity
for buying such inferior Organs is
forever done away with. $100,
Cash, or $110 on Easy Terms, now
buys a magnificent Mason & Ham..
lin Parlor or Church Organ with
four sets Reeds and ten Stops, in
elegant New Style Ca3e with Ilumi.
nated Panels.-Handjson.est Style
of Case exor produced.--Special
offer to introduce this new Style..-..
Sent on trial.-Guaran teed for a
ll:fe time.-Rlented until paid for.
Other new styles just out.-Illus,
t rated catalogues free.-A ddress
Ludden & B.4tes, Savannah, Ga.,
Manufacturer's Who.lesale A gents
for the South. *4w.
CEDAR CREEK~ ITEMs.-This section
was visited on Thursday night wvith
:a tremendous rain, which- flled our
~creek nearly to overflowing.
The crops still promise well, with
,scarcely an exception.
In your paper of June 11th~ we
see a -communication from the
"'Dark Corner," shelling the lawyers
for being members of the Legisla
ture. Now, we think this is the
-wrong time to say anything that
'would create a dis.eension in the
Democratic party ; or do we think
NWe ought to proscribe the lawvyers.
We think -The bar of the country
~has done much to bring about the
-present state of affairs in the
government of South Carolina;
and in addition, we do not believe
that a professional test should be
'applied to any candidate for public
favor. The man is what 'we want
-and not the profession-in our
Legislature ; and if a lawyer gets
.the nomination in the Primary
'Election, then. he is the ,choice ,of
tthe majority of the people, and we
.ought not to say anything about
his profession. All we want on
'Cedar Creek is a good delegation to
the Legislature, who will do aill they
'can for good government, and make
lIaws to snit all classes as nearly as
possible. Whether they are law
ye, doctorts o.r farmers, makes no
.difference, on CEDAR OREEK.
Bocx.r MOUNT ITEMs.--All quiet
'on the Catawba. No one clainoring
or .office. Never had an ofBelial
.among us. bJhe thau a -nita
captain or a trial justieo, within the
memory of "the oldest inhabitant."
Two of our worthy citizens, onco
upon Ia timo, asked office at the
hands of their follow -citizens, but
fi' iled to receive votes enough to
elect themn. Since that we have
neither asked nor expected4 office.
This is the only instance, we think,
of a citizen of this vicinity being a
candidate for office since Fairfield
was carved out of old Craven County.
Alfred Moore and Levi Lee were
the only representative men we
ever had. Their dey is past and
gone--we hope, never to return.
Liberia is the place for then.
We see the names of several per
sons nominated for the different
offices to bo filled at the ensuing
election. We should like very much
to bring out our favorite, but it
seems as if the clubs, in their
sovereign capacity, alone posses the
authority to do so ; consequently
we are mum. Some of the nomi
nations are wise-perhaps some
othorwise. Ultra men will not suit
the times. We want good, conser
vative men of any profession or
pursuit. The profession of law has
produced more eminent men than
any other profession or pursuit that
we have auy knowledge of, and to
proscribe a man on account of his
profession is simply ridiculous.
Succas to H. A. Gaillard, the
rising young lawyer and statesman,
the fulminations of the Feastervillo
Club to the contrary notwithstand
The wheat crop is harvested and
the yield is good. Fall-sown oats
is good, spring-sown moderately
so. The corn crop is doing well ;
but there is not a great breadth
planted. The cotton is doing well
enough to koop prices down to the
starvation point. We hope the
traditionary man with "the firsts
bloom" will not put in an appearanee
this season, as the condition of the
crops will be sufficiently published
without the farner's taking liij
first bloom to the editor to got a
small "puff." GUNTER.
FRUIT JARS ! FRUIT JARS I
ASON'S celebrated fruit Jars, with
Boyds' Porcelain Lined Covers, for
june 25 J. F. MoMASTER & CO.
BY virtue of an execution to me di
rected, I will off.r for sale before the
court-house door in Winnsboro, Qfn the
first Monday in July next. witbjo the
legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder,
for cOan,r the following described pro
p)erty, to wt
All t.hat tract of land, containing ONE
HUNDRED AND EIoMTY-THiREX AOREs, more
or less, andia bonnaded on the north and
west by the homestead of Mrs. Lucy
Kller, and en the youth and east by
lands of Mrs. Dunjap, Mr., Thomas
Rliohardson and ethers--levied upon .as
the property of Lt.ey Keller, at the sjit.
of W. R. Doty & Co.
S. W. RUFF,
Sheriff's Oflee . F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
June 8, 1878.
Eheroky give nr,tie to all parties
that we will give no credit to anyone, but
will sell goodls for CASH, AWJD CASH
ONLY. Parties are notf4ied to send sno
.orders to our store, as -the goods will no
Ibs delivered w.ithout the .CASH.
SUGENHEIER & GROESOJHEL.
.iun e 4-ti'
OFFIOE OUNTY COMMIesIOWERs.
WINNsUORO, S. C., May 2l, 1878.
S. EALJED proposals for building .a
K)Susp.ension Bridge over Little River..
.at Kincaid's.Ford, will he received by the
aounty Commissioners up to Monday the
24th day.of June next. The Bridge to be
built of heart lumber, and the contractor
to give bond and,seonrity for the faith.fi
performanee of the wvork, andl warrart it
for five .years. The Bridge to b.e .covered
and we~ather-boardd. The contraetor
-can use whatever mnaterial of the old
Bridge that may ibe suitable. The Coun
ty Commissione,rs rese.rve the right to
decline .all 'hide..if they ,d1en px:oner.
may -22-t xtd 40h'a. . 3. . Q. p.'.
In the matter of WILLIAM D. AIREN,,
'O wHOM IT MAY CeNcENN:..--The -under
Isigned hereby gives .notice of his ap
pointmnent as Assignee of the Estate of
WII.TAM . AIEN,of the County of
I-niiold, -and State of South OardHna,
who has been, adjudged a Bankrupt upon
his owu petition, by 0. E. Spenoee, Esg.,
Register. All persona indebted to th
said Bankru )t will make payment to.the
undrurgne JNO. S REYNOLDS,
tune 4-tz8w . - Asaigne..
XVolAN's RI01TS.-Ome who has long
tudie.l this absorbing subject now pre.
ents to the women o our country thi
eault of his inveitigations. le is happy
o say that he has at inst daicove,ed
'WVoman's Biest Friend." It iH atdapted
specially to those cases whero the womb I
s di,ordered, and will cure any irregn- C
arity of the "menses." Dr. J. Brad.
iold s Female Rigulator acts lilce a charm p
u whites, or in a sudden check of the
nnthly mensos, from cold, tronblo of
nind or like causes. So also in a
hronic cases its action is prompt and a
eCoisive, and saves the constitution from v
ountless evils and premature ducay.
Lhis valuable preparatmu is for sale at
1.50 per bottle by DIt. W. E. A;xss.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
Pletso announce B. H. ROBERTSON
is a candidate for School Commissioner
it the ensuing elootion-subject to the
iction of the Democratio party at the
june 4-t xtf MANY FRIENDS,
FOR THE LEOISIATU R9.
Ata meeting of the Greenbrier Demo,
-ratic Club, held Juno 8, 1878, the fol
lowing resolution was adopted l
Resolved, 'That we presen t the claims
Df DIt T. B. McKINSTRY for a seat in
tho legislature from this county, and
recommend his election,
Extract from the minutes.
8, 1, RUTL.AND,
june 18-tf Secretary.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE,
Messrs. .Miors;-Pleaso announce IU. A.
GAILLAlD as a candidate for the House
of Representatives, at the coming elee
Lion, The course of Mr, Gaillard in pub.
lie life has given general satisfaction and
done honor to old Fairfield. In recogni.
tion of his services it is but proper that
lie should be sent to the House at the
next election. This nomination is inile
entirely without the knowledge of the
may 16-4f MANY FRIENDS,
FOR TH9 LEGISLATUR1 ,
At a meeting of the Oakland Demoorat
ie Club of township number six, held on
the 28th of April, 1878, the follgwinlg
resolution was adoptede
Resolved, Tl)at this Club, recognizing
the fitness and ability of Hon. H1. A.
Gaillard as a representative, hereby
nominate him as A candidate for re.
Extract from the iinutes
A. J. LAMAR,
may 16--txtf Secretary.
IN order to alose up the b4usinoss of
Sol. Wolfe, groat inducements will be
offered to Cash buyers for the next sixty i
The stock of goods, conisting of Dry
Goods, Notions. Lace", Ribbons, Hosiery,
[ lothing., IIits, TrunIs, Shoes &c., will
be offered at and below Now York cost,
POR CASH ONLY.
Money must be raised, and cash pur
abasers will certainly find it to their
interest to call and examine the stoolk
md be convinced of the above facts.
W. G. ROCEJI
AS a,em,oede to thme store next to the
post.oflloe, where he will be giad to re
anive his friends and customuors.
A fiull lIm, A~f Samples will be kept on
hanjd, frofl .whioh oustonues mair smake
seleestions. I-e now has the finest line of
French and English goods ever brough$
He is also prepared to cut or to anak
uip goods for those who .dtare,
Garments of aLl kinds repairedR and
pieClan:i.ng a specialty..
Thankful to the public for past pat.ron
ige, ho solicits a .continuance of the
canme, and guarantees satisfaction,
sept 18 W. G. ROCE.
HJAMS i HAMS! !
JUST REOKIVED a lot of choice Meg
nolia Hamnis upoanvassed, Lard and4
Flour, Meal anid Pearl .Grist always
feosh n.n.d .everything usually fou4d Ii
irst class #3rocery Honse.
The Ainest Wines, Brandies and Whim,
dles that can be had. All kinds of cool
Irinks prepared in the most tast) man
3, J. MeQARIM'B,
abi e Jas. 3. MAag .04 .a*.4
1RO NEW YORK
A N olegant lot of Spring Prints, Onam
C1bries, 'hiiII Pique, Ptgurael l'icus't,
Jong Cloth, Cpttouules, Ladi ets' and
:ents' Hosiery, l!andkcyhiefs, Towels,
c., and aro offro-ed at the lowest cash
rioes. J. M. BEATY.
The eolpbrated "Bay State" standarc
arowo4 and wiro sowod Shoes,aspecialty
t J. M. DEATY'S. Try them, and you
,ill bQ convinced of their durability.
I am offering for sale "Grant's Yea t
'owdors." every box gua-anteod to give
atisfaotion, or UnaQoy rofgnde. Please
vo it a trial. J. M. AI,A'Y.
Go to Ji. M. A'T'Y'S for the best
amily Flour, Maal, Grist, Rice, Hams
Branded "Challonge,") fard, Bacon,
ugar and Coffeo, very low prices, Toa,
,rackers, Candy, Soap, Starch, Blucing,
oda, Con. Lye, Mustard, Peaches, To
natoes, Sardines, Salmon, Pepper,
ipioe, Ginger, Nutmegs and many other
hings uecossary for family comfort.
J. M. BEATY'S
STEEL, Swodo r"n, Plow-noulds,
Trace Chaints, lIamues, lack Ban is,
irain Cradle-4, Scythes, Brasdo's Ho's,
-hovels, Garden Hoes and Rakces, Nails,
Ior+'o upd Mule Shoes aid Nails, Cutlery
B. B, Rod Cedar Bucket-t, Galvagizod
loop Cedar Buckets, Paipted Buckets,
Vell Buck ets, Kegs, 'tenstl ros, Brooms,
Le. Crockery apd Tinwaru.
NEW GOODS !
E call the ttction of the ladies' to
up now stock of
Lace and Silk Ties in vartias shgades,
Silk Bows in assorted styles,
Colored Silk HQndkorchiofs,
Fans in great variety,
Fan, Handkerehiofs and Dle s girdlo,
A splendid assortipent of Parpsols,
Janilla Brazilian, fojled Sifc, and
Jalicoes, Cambries, Iuslins, Lawns,
Figured and Drowp Linens.
OUR STOOK OF DRY GOODS,
Ot over~y kin.d is .complete and can be
L,ots of other goods, which we cannot
pention here (or want of room at
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