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rOCAL ITE Ms.
hAi U*DAi. JULt I3; 1 i .878:
Associatd Reformied Chdreh
Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. M., and 8
Methodist Cliurch-ev. W. A.
Rogers, 11 A. M., and 8 1,. M. Sun
day School at 10 o'clock. Prayer
Meeting, Tliursday at 8 r. M.
Episcop"tl Church--Rev. J. Obear,
services every Sun lay eo,pt the
2nd Sunday of the iriduth; at 11
o'clock A. M.
13resbyterian Church-Rev. H.
B. Pratt, 11 A. M., and 8 P. M. Sun
day School 4 P. M. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday, 8 P. M.
Notice-James A. Brice, Intend
For the Legislature-S. R. John
y1 ston, President.
For School Commissioner--S. R.
Attention I Gordon Light Infn~
try-R. M. Huey, Secretary,
No one can long abuse health
Without suftoring generally with
blood diseases. Keep the blood
pure by using Dr. Bull's Blood
The not proceels of the recent
entertainment given on the Fourth
of July for the Monumental Asso
ciation were $88.70-$63.65 from
the dinner, the balance from the
evening entertainment and private
Tan Warr. O.K Cr.us.- Lt the
last meeting' of the White O ik
Democratic Club, resolutions were
adopted commen:ling the course of
Messrs. H. A. G tillardi and T. S.
Bt-ice in the Legislature, and re
commending their re-election. Mr.
Jon Vinson WLs nominated for
school commissionor. The con
Rtitution- amendmnt recommend
el by the County Convention wa.
ARoUND TowN.--And still it gets
Candidates ate stirring like bees.
Watermelons are coming into
market a various prices.
The fat candid ites stand the warm
weather remarkably well.
It wotild take a millionaire to
keep in clean collars these hot days.
The blackbdrry pod llor has mys.
teriously disappeared, to the joy of
The Pairfield Light D5ragoo.ns are
to have aL tournament and picnic on
the 8i d of August.
Thmn Aun.ta.-4.t a mleeting of
the Town Council, held July 6th,
the following systemi of fire alarms
1. Gaor alarms (ten or twelva
__q'r k stroken of bell), hi n the Ward
- ' ignal repeated three times ; the
general alarm, then ward sigual:
and so on, general alarm and wvard
2. WVhen the particular ward in
which the fire is, is not known, the
signal for the supposed neat est
ward must be given ; for example,
if there is a fire north of Washing
ton Street (comprising Wards 5 and
.6), and it is not known in which
ward it- is, the signal for either
ward may be sounded, thuis indicat
ing the general direction,
3. The number of strokes for
eachl wvird shall be the same as the
nuimber of the wvard, to wit: one
stroke for Ward 1, two strokes for
WVard 2, etc.
4. When the fire has be3en subdued,
of' wheh there has been a falso
alarm, it will be made known by the
ringing of the small market bell.
HO3MIcIDE AT RIDGEwAY...-A dull-.
culty occurred at Ridgeway en
Wednesday afternooni between Mr.
Karl Schultze, a German tailor, and
Mr. E. W. Ollever," in wilich the
former was shot in the bowels,
from the effect of which wound he
,died the next morning. Mr.
-Schultze was a resident of Camden,
but had been for some time in
Ridgew ty ani hit just completed
his contract for the mauking of the
uniforms for the H.rbpton Rifle
Guard. The difficulty was a con
sequence of a settlement between
the tailor and the' wife of Mr. Ols-.
peor--..who ha~d assisted him. Mr.
Ollever is still at large. Thore were
no witnesses of the shooting, as it
octurecl *fr. Schltte's .shop.
The dead mnda accoul3t was that
...........'m*~ - - -;
the slldoting wa titnproiroked. Mr
Ollevdr claims that bo was aeng ini
self-dfence. We profer to give no
vorsion of the alt'air before the
DivisIoN OF THE TOWN INTO NVARDS.
-The town has been divided into
wards, as follows :
1. All that portion of the town
west of Congress street and south
of Liberty street, to the boundary
lines south and west, to constitute
Ward No. 1.
2. All that portion of the town
est of Congress street and south
of Liberty street, to the boundary
lines south and east, to constitute
Ward No. 2.
3. All that portion of the town
west of Congress street to the
bauintary line botwoon Washington
street and Liberty street, to consti
tute Ward No. 3.
4. All that portion of the tovn
east of Congress street to the
boundary line between Washington
street and Libo:ty street to consti'
tute Ward No 4.
5. All that portion of the town
west of Congress street and north
of Washington street, to the
boundary lines north and west, to
constitute Ward No. 5.
6. All that portion of the town
cast of Congress street and north
of Washington street, to the bonn
dary lines north and east, to consti
tute Ward No. ?.
TIIE OLD SI5i 1r.
Proceedings of th9 First Quarterly
Meet ng of the Survivors of Compa
nies G and H.
The first quarterly meeting of the
association re^ently formod of the
survivors of Comp mie3 G and II of
the old Sixth Regiment, South
(J.rolina Volunteers, was held in
the Town Hall on Thursday last.
The meeting was called to order by
the president, Capt. R. C. Clownoy,
and in the absence of the regular
secretary Mr. 'S. R. Fant was
requested to act iU his place.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and confiriod.
The Comiittee on Statistics,
through Mr. W. F. Jackson, iada
a report of Company G, embodying
a complete record of the Company
from its organization at "Camp
Woodward," near Saunmnerville, S.
C., in June, 1861, to the surrender
of the Army of Northern Virginia
at Apponattox. There being Ione
of the committee of Companies C and
H present. the actiher socretay was
requested to read the roll of %;u:u
p.ny C. At its conclusion, Capt. R.
W. Brice (who had in the meantime
arrived on the cars) read the roll of
Company H, but expressed himself
as unable to present as full a histo
ry of that company as was desirabile4
mf consequenc3 of the fact that its
members are scattered over a large
extent of coun try. The roll wi l be
completed as soon as possible.
Trho Executive Commtitt'ee, ohrough~
Capt. S. Rt. Johnston, reported tha;t
the Regimental Reunion would take
place at Chester ou the ist of
August next-to which tile Faii.
field association of survivors is
The Corresponding Secretary read
the following letter, received
from Gen. C. NV. Field :
WVAsHJINTON, D. C., June 26, 1878.
JameslC A. Brice, 1.&g.,
. Wmnsboro, AS. (U. ;
.DEaR Sin-Yaar polite note, in..
vitinIg Lme in tile name of thle suirvi
vors of Companies G and H, 6 th
S. C. V. to assIst at a regi.iental
reunmon to take place August 1, is
I am greatly flattered by this kind
remembrance of that distinguished
regiment, and the pleasant antici
paLItis of being again in its midst
tempt me to rashly promise an at
tendanco, But cool reflection re
minds mei that my duties require
my presence hlere at that time, and
I must therefore limit myself to this
expression of gratitude and of sin
cere appreciation of the kindly
feelings which p)romnpted those gati
lant gentlemen to wisa to have me
wvith them on that joyous occasion.
That they may hlave many happy
reunions,'aind never cease to keep
alive the bright metmolies of theIr
glorious deeds of arms, is the
wishl of their friend and comrade,
UUAIntas W. FrLrW.
A motion was made to amend
Art. XIII. of the Constitution so as
to aadnit into the association the
personal representatives of deceased
members of either company. After
bome discussion a motion was made
by Mr. B3. U'. Boul Ware to lay the
amnendtment on the tatble, and this
motion was adopted.
The follo :'g lettor was received
from (en .Je. 'rattotn
FARMINo'ro, July 11, 1878.
DEAR CA'TAI-The Fatws scem
to be against my meeting with may
old comrades. I started this norn
ing on tl-e road, to join youi bit had
not gone far before my horse Was
discovered to be sick and unable to
I need not say that I am disap
pointed ; for in addition to the
meeting face to face, and the renew
ing of old ties by refreshing our
memories of the scenes under which
those ties were formed, I feel the
deepest interest in, and attach great
value and importance to, the real
and serious work aad object of thn
Association-the collection and
preservation of the records and tra
ditions of the command.
Prevetited from being with you, I
Bend this hurried message in the
hope that it may reach you while in
Session, simply to give you the posi
tivo assurance of what each and
all of you donbtless know and fool
already--that I ciing with gratified
pride to the old ties between us, aln
thinking of you to-day, and wishing
Heaven's choicest blessings on your
Very truly yours,
CAPT. R. C. CLOWNEY, President
Sixth Regimont Survivors' Associa
tion of Fairfield.
There being no further business,
the association, on motion of Capt.
Thos. W. Brice, adjourned, to meet
at Chester on the first day of
AL cuition ! Gordoin Light IutRiiiR
'rTEND the regular meet!,i of your
carps on Monla. nilat J'.ly oth,
at 8:30 o'lchek,in Town Hall.
R. M. l I:EY,
jily 13 -t1 ecoretary.
WMNsDon', S. C., July 12. 1878.
T OTICl. is horobv givei that a Board
of lieulth. consisting of Dr. T. T.
Rtobertsoa, Mr J t,.'sI B'atty an. Rev. J.
S. Connor, havo been ut,lpointed by the
Town .oniic:il to tct tri .g tuu present
year. Those gentlemen will enter upot
the discharge of their duties witLin a
week frau t.h( a 1te of thia net ice, and Il
goo:l citiz-.ns are reiquostod to report a.ll
nuisanous coirnog under t'leir ob.)erva
tions to the Board and thereby aid in
preserving the healt,h of our coaImunity
JAMES A. BRtCE,
july 13-'lw - Intendant.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
At the las' regular meeting of the
White Oak D31m.acrattiC C lu b, the follow
ing resolution was a lopted:
R'so!ecd, That t',is Club nominate MR.
-rlp.il " S. B iICE for re-oleetion; to ,'
seat in the House - of Iepresentatlves
from Fair.ield count.v --silbjec~t to the
action of thea Dnnaocratio Clubs in the
primary e ectioni.
8 Ri. JOIINSTON
july 13-tx!t Presidernt.
F'OR SCHOOL OMMISSIONER.
Al. thee lav4t regnl ar meeting of the White
Oack De'moaratic Club, the following resc.
lution was adopted:
Rl'oofed 'Thlat thais Clnh nominate MR.
JOllN VINAON as~ a can'lid ate for the.
otliace of School Commaisierx of F?air
hield couty -subject t.o the action of the.
D3amocrat.ie Clubs in the prim ary election.
Jul 13- H tPresident.
M'essrs. FElitorq: ---Please an northee the
namtue of MR. JOHN D. McCARLEY for
sheriff, subject to the action of the Demoe
cratic p)arty at the p)rimnary' election, Mr.
McCarley is thoronghly quatlified for the
office, and will fill it acceptably to all
july 1l--If MANYT hIEND3.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
Messrs. I?Aitors :-Please a nhouneee RIEV.
WILLARD ICHARDSON as a caandi.
date for the position of School Commiis
sioner at the ensuing election. This
gentleman hama, by his offlelal course
during the past two years, shown him'
seif to be a faithful, zealous and efficient
officer; and the educeatiornal interests of the
county enn best be advanceud by retain
ing him in his present position. MR.
RIICHIARDSON is a regularly enrolled
member of the Winnslioro Democratic
Club, and will abide the result of the
jnly 1I-xttof __ MANr DaMoonTs.
The frion Va of \l R RI0 HARD N. Mc
MASfERUrespectfully presethis nameoas
a candidate fer sheriff at the ensuing elee
'ion-subject to thenaction of the Demo
eotic party in the primary eleotion,
july 9-xttf ______
FOR SOH)OOL COMMISSIONER.
Pleane announce B. If. ROBERTSON
as a candidate for School Gommissioner
at the onsuing elcet,Ion--subjoot to the
action of' the Democratio part,y at the
june 4-txtf Maut PntENDs.
RY J. M BEA7Y' ,.neri
VoDlAN's litotrrs.- One who has 1ong
studiedl this ab bting subject now pbre
Sents to tho womv't o our country the
result of his investigati:jns. li! is happy
to sav that he bus at last discovered
"W'oman's Best Friend." It is adapted
especially to those oases wlhete the womb
is disordered, and will cure any irregu.
larit,y of the "menses." Dr. J, Brad.
field s Femalo Regidator autslike a dharm
in whites, or in a sudden oheek of the
monthly menses, frotn cold, trouble of
mind or like causes. So also in
chronic cases its action is prompt and
decisive, and saves the oonstitutlon from
countless evils and premature decay,
This vaiuable preparation is for sale at
$1.50 per bottle by Da. W. E, Alsn.:
W. G. ROCHE
MERII ANT TAILORi
IIAS removed to the store next to the
post-ofllco, where he will be glad to re
ceivo his friends and customers.
A full line of Samples will be kept on
hand. from which customers may make
selections He now has the fihest line of
French and English goods over brought
to this market.
Ho is also prepared to cut or to m&k
up goods for those who desire.
Garments of all kinds repaired and
.p C'eaning a spoeialty.
Thankful to the public for past patron
ago. he solicits a continuance of the
same, and gurrahtees satisfaction.
sept 18 W. G. ROCHL'.
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FRUIT 3AR8SI FRUIT JARS8Z
N4ACON'S celebrated fruit 4#r., with
~ od'Porcelain Lined O4e,rs, for
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NIW PRINTs T
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IONOCLOTH and SEA ISLAND
BLEACHED and UNBLEACUED,
SHEETING I S13EETING 1
L. C. HANDICERCIIEFS,
Call and Examine Our
BLACK ALPACA I
BLACK ALPACA I
Cheapest and Best in Town.
.1, F. McMaster & Co.
SPRING HAS CONB,
Wew Style Goods
T UST ABEIVEl, inoluding, all td.
" novelties of the season, at the Winne,
boro Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and
MRS. BOAG wishes to return her sin.
cero thanke to her frietids abd the publio
generally for tWe past patronage, .egloi
ting a continuance of the same. She will
endeavor as heretofore and is deterinued
to please the most fastidious. .
Millinery and Fahey Goods Stock is
complete. French Pattern Hats, trimmed
and untrimmed,8traw Hats and Bonnets,
Sun Hats and 8ailors, lIibbons. Silks,
Laces, Flowers. Feathers, I1lusionsn, NJeck
Ties, Ruffling. Lineti ahd Laos Setty,
HIandkercohief,., Crets, Gloves, Bnttons,
Secotid lot of 8pring Calicoes, also a nieq
lot of Dress Goods, Mohairs, Alcs
Japanese 15ilks, Wagh Popalns,
abd other hice Materials and
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see, Ladis,for your.
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Chidrensa Shoes, Gents' rnd Boys' Fut
aind Straw Hats, Ane and course.
A choice lot of Family Geoceried, Can.
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Kerosene Oil, Uardware. Woodehware,
'rinware, Crockery, &o,
A quantity of Lumbei' for sale low for
march 8fl J. 0. BOAG.
IAM~ IRECEING daily fresi
Sugars, Coffoes Green and Iloat
ed, Tea, Flour, Grist, Iteal,
Syrups, Molasses, Sods,
Soap, Starch, B3agging
and Ties, Bacon,
Lard.--n Bbls., Cans and. Buekets
Seed Oats, Rye and Barley, Nails,
Trace Chains, Horse and Miile
Shoes, Axle Greese, White Wine a
Fresh Oboes, and Masccsronj
Choice' new crop New Orlan
New Mckerl ikits,,d~
-0' Al goods deitbI