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TU DAY. JULY 23, : 1878.
} For S.dle- Tohn W. Lyles.
Ftor Sheriff--1iny F''tionds.
Citatitin---O . Thompson.
That was a rousing speech deliv
ered by General Kennedy at Ridge'
R'freshing rains fell in niny
portions of the county on S-lturdy.
Seeral Seotions are still suffering
Mr. F. P. Board, of the Kershaw
Gazette, was at Ridlgeway on Sat
urday. He is one of t.he most en
terprising journalists in the State.
Keep the blood pure and the
health of the system will follow.
Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture will ac
complish this in a short period.
Divine services were held eve y
evening lass week in the Mithodi st
church at Ridgeway. The Rev. Mr.
Rogers assisted Mr. Watson during
a portion of the time.
DEAi' or M19s GLAINEY.-Miss
Jemima Gladney died in this coun
ty on Saturday night. She had
been in feeble health for some time.
Her death is regretted by many
The pulpits of Aimnwell and Ho
rob Presbyterian churches are being
very acceptably filled during the
summer vacation of the Theological
Seminary by the Rev. E. Goldings
Smith. The people of Ridgew.ay
speak of Mr. Smith in high torams.
Private advices from Kershaw are
that Messrs. Leitner, DeSaussure
and.DoPass are candidates for the
Senate, while it is thought the Log
islative ticket, will be General Ken.
nedy, Dr. Nelson and Mr. Clyburn.
The party is harmonions and enthu
siastic. On Friday there was a meet
lug in the upper portion of the
county attended by from six hun
dred to eight hundred persons,
including many ladies.
Sunvivons' MEETIN.--Thd Survi
vors of Companies G and 'H, Sixth
Regiment, S. C. V., will assemble in
the Town Hall at Winnsboro, S. C.,
on Thursday, August 1st, to
perfect some arrangements to attend
a Reunion of the Chester Comlpanies,
to be held at Chester C. H. on
August 15th. A full at tendance is
S. R. FANT,
July 22, 1878.
THE CONOET.-A concert will be
given on the evening of the 24th,
Wednesday, by the Histrionic Club.
It pr.omises to be a very pleasing
affair. The proceeds are to be de
voted to the benefit of Mount Zion
School. It is needless to call the
attention~ of the .people of Winns
boro to the worthiness of the object.
The School has always been an
advantage to the town, and its suc
cess during the preseut year has
been quite gratifying. A pressing
need exists for better accomumoda-,
tions. Seats for tL.e new rooms can
b's obtained at a' reasonable cost,
and it is to the interest of all con
cerned to aid in procuring them.
With the intrinsic worth of the per
formance and its object, there
should be a hearty patronage on the
part .of the people. The usual
price of admission will be charged.
Tus ORGAN WAn.-A 100 L,D. SOr,ID
SHo.-If any man insults your
common setise by offering a first
class 9 stop Organ for $65, "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 & HIamlin
Parlor, or Church Organ with four
sets Reeds and ten Stops, in Ele
gant New Style Case with Illumi
nated Panels.--Handsomest Style
of Case ever produced.-Special
offer to introduce this new Style.
Sent on trial.-Guaranteed for a
life time.--ReUptedJ until paid for.--.
Other new styles just out.-Illus
'trated catalogues free.-Address
LUDDEN g gagh Ga.,
Manufaot ' Wy&o1u.te
fo~r'the Bon&la .Me4a.1
NOT JS FROV F FPE , ; vrr, , F,.
1+E.tsrFttrER -, Y JA 1y 19.-9illeo thle
1:tst report of itea3 to yautr office
from here, a number of things of
nucl interest to this viciiity hl ivo
occired. I will b,gin to recouut
from the firat of tha iu )ilt'l.
On the night of the 2.1, in conso
quence of the closing of Miss Bettie
Mobley's school, there was gotten
uip one of the n-st agrooAble and
orderly dancing parties I over wit
nessed. I mist think th.t ovory
one preso:lt w Is elevated an im
proved by the civility and refine
ment, I tt there prevailo during
the entire evening.
The 0th inst. was fraught with a
variety of interesting occurrences.
There vas a largely attended pic,
nie, which was claracterizod by a
fine dinner and more or less dancing
all d:ty. The Grange had a imeeting
at 9 o'clock in t'lo t n'ain , and
its work w.ts full of mnore than
ordinary interest to the mncmnbers.
There is now being initiat:ld 'nto
its folds some of the promising n.ost
material the community affords.
At 11 o'clock the Masonic Lodge
met, with a good number of its
membership present. At 3 o'clock
the Democratic Club held a meet
ing at the church, with V. P.
Clayton in the chair. Saveral clubs
were represente"l, which added to
the interest of the meeting as well as
to the members. Much earnest
discussion was carrie 1 on, an-l soino
nominations were mt Ldo by the club,
after which it adjourno I to meet
again on S Lturday July 23th, at
3 o'clock, p. in.
Miss C:.tnie Colemn n, one of the
oldest and most belovel Lt".lies of
our seation, dio.l on t 1e ov.Jiuing or
the 11th inst. S'i le Lves, in this
and other States, a large number of
relatives to whom her life was an
Many of the Feasterville people
were in attentnee upon the
wedding ceremony of Mr. J. C.
Feaster, a notice of which has
already been published.
Pomona Grange No. 10, met at
the Foasterville Grange H dil at
11 o'clock, July 17. All the
subordinate Gran. es in Chester
county were repreientel by a good
number of dologate3. Worthly
Master Bratton, from Wiite Ok,
was also With uis. Tis maaoting I
say with much emphisis f.tr sur-.
p)assed any prior meeting of this
Grange, both in numbers and
interest. Many important subjects
were discussel and acted upon. A
harmonious determination to do
something for the good of agrienl
ture fully mranifested itself in this
S EVENTY- FIVE head of Sheep, con
sistintg of owes and lambs.
A pply to JOHN W. LYLES,
july 23 -x itI 8trother's P. O.
Messrs. Editors :-Please annonne W.
J H ER1RON as a candidate for sheriff at
the ensuing elcction--aubject to the
action of the Democratio party at the
july 23 MA-4v FnTE.NDs,
'13 State of 80110h Uja'olillA~
coUNTY OF FAIRFIE~LD.
By 0. R?. TII0 MPSOX, Eivg., P'robalm .',& .
W~T HERLEAS, David R. Idlenni:enm hath
VV ma-le suit to nme to g:ec.t 1im
letters of d ministration of the can~t' and
effeets of Alexander McKenzie, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admuon
Iih all and singular tm1e kindred and credi
tors of the said Alexant,er McoK<.bzie do
ceased, thmair they be and appear before mo,
in the Court of Probate, to be he d at
Fairfild Court House, 8. C., on the CLan
day of Augusmt next, after publication
Sereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, so
show cause, if any they have, why tihe said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, tis 22nd day of
July, Anne Domninl 1878.
0, 10. THOMPSON,'
july 28-2w J. P. F,OC.
HOng AND CATTL E POWDERtS
F~RUIT JABS I FRUIT JARS I
ASN~o.lebrated fr~ is r, with
here,Ly -~.3I O~r,
und @6 5.1. MoMABTa a
To 1111(tol:y 111itl .ilaltliEl;(ir(!t'ti.
Gilmc,"e, Smith & Co.
SoLICITous OF PATENTS AND
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
American and Foreign Patents.
029 F H., nSlihing on, 1). C.
o fevs in aidvalce. nor lntil i 'a,tot is
nli ,wt_d . \< t ,c ul.ija:n r|
Specitl attentin gvi%n Io Inteifere ce
Cases b efore the 1latt-11t (fiee, In.frirage.
Iments Sutits inl t e difler lit ihtes, in.a
aliit iigealiltin lal'rtainintg to Patt'tts of
Send Stuap for Pamlphll cTv sixty p'tjes.
l1 c 4.
A I ai'lufacurers' Prines
'VERY MAN Il: OW1'N AGENT
' iU X'SiAt'
ITJ)DDEN & BATES,
rj'itlE Great Vholesalt Piano and Organ
i-al,rs of thtt Sontt, n"w sell in.
st rumtsti fron all leading 'Makers direct
to im r.haaitsnr-; on the No AgenIs, No
oaainission PL"an, at M:inonctur'as Fae.
tory Puaic.:s, thier"' V giVi ng lort:hast"rs
the large co1nninm i('inS heretofore Iaid
Agtints. F'roi $ ) to $10 I aut.lt ly snveid
in the punrthase of an Inslrnnment uniler
t!is new systein. Write for piatrticulars.
WVo can't be undersold.
THAT BEAT TIE WORLD.
7 Oct. Pianos, $135. 4 Stop Organs. $55.
7i Oct Pianos, 145. (i Stop Orgnis, 601.
7j Oct. Pianos, 160. 9 $1op Organs, 67
Gr'd Sq'o Pianos,178. 12 Stop rgans,78
MASON & HIAMLIN ORGANS,
7 Stops, $100. 1 9 Stops, $103.
Send North a 1d be Swinileil.
Not bi repntable malors like St.:in way,
Chickering, Steek, Knabe, bitt by i3oius
Mai ufauturers who advertise S9I) f'ianuos
for $2;'i; $(;' Pi,uano for $175; $271 Or
gans for $01. D:.eption and fraud are
ina all toueb absurdl offers.. Buy Inustra
muenits madel by~ old and always reliable
C'hickcring & eSos,lKniabe & Co..'
Haines Bros., IMason & ilamilin.
And yon will have those flhat will last
at lifetimre ead pleNase y'ou hetter everv
dlay. All Inastrnments we sell bear tlh,
mnakeis aa..es ail aro guarianteed for six
Fifteen Da1ys TIrialI
If' desired. We pay all freight if not
satisfactory. Plustrated Catlalogues free.
LUDDEN & BATES,
april 12-3m Saivaniah, Ga.
.A NATIONA L STANI)ARD.
8000 EngravIngs. 1840 Pagcs Qttarto.
10 000 Woerds and 3Menninr.i not in other
Four' P):g's = oiorald Plates. A
IhaInlr I.ibriiiy in IIlsoif.
Inavaluble in any F'ami
Puablished by G. &C. I!titIA3f, Sprintgfiel I
-WAIILY INDIORSED BY-.
Motley, Gaeo P. Marsh
F'tr.Oren Hlileck, ,John (I Whittier,
N. P'. Willis, *elihn (I .4ixe '
Kllihui Durritt, Daniiel Webster,
Itulius Uhoate, 11. Corleridge,
8aari,, h1orace itann,
More t,hnru fify (Collegel Presllnts.
Anal the bist Amrnern ami Eutropean .Sch'olars.
Centalis one-ilfth more n.atter than any
other, the smaller type giving much more on a
Pains800 Ilhtstrationsq, nearly thirco times
as many as any othier icltionary.
[ Lr" OOK at the three pictures of a AillP
on pag I lfl -thesoealone outa the mean-.
ing of more (han 100 words and terms far bettor
t,han t,hey can be defined in svords.]
More thin a0.000 eOilOi have been Placed in
the public schaools of tiv Uniterd Statos.
Rlecomnmended by 84 State Superintenadentsof
Schools. and more thant 50 Colleg- Presidente.
Has about io0o' wVords and meanings not in
EmbadIles about t00 years of literar labor. is
several years later than and other large Dic.
Tr to sale of Webster's D)ictionarles Is 20 times
as geat as the sale of any other series of Dic
"August 4 1877. The Dictionary used in the
Gbovernmo,n Printing Omfie is Webster's U,..
Is it not rightly elatmed that Webster Is
THlE NATIONALI STA.NDARD.
B EST Dry Goods House in the Sout
All express freights p id where the
order is $10.0'). Wrt * Pstalfor am
p.e.and Prie List.
' V. BZCURA3DB h DRO.
*.t , - A-.u.t
Buy Tit m
BEST FAMILY SI
The "NEW AMERICAN" is easily earned, d
with less labor than any other machine. I
...DOVr.Y,Ifu=Qor, CIA ..
SPRING HAS COME,
New Style Good3
TUST ARRIVED, including, all the
c) novelties of the season, at the Winnas
boro Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and
MRS. BOAG wishes to return her sin
ct-re thanks to her friends and the pul.lic
generally for the past patr:nage, solici
t'ng a continuance of the same. She will
endeavor as horetofore and is determnined
to please the nhost fnstidious.
Milliner% antd Fancy Goods Stock is
complete, Fretnvi Pattern Hats, trimmed
atnd untrimmted,straw flats and bonnets,
Sun iats and Sailors, lilbons, Silka,
Laces, Flowers, Feathers, Illusions, Neok
Tie", Ruiling, Linen and Lacu Setts,
llandierchief., Corsets, Gloves, Buttons,
Second lot of Spring Calicoes, also a nice
lot of I)ress Goods, Molnirs, Alpacas,
Japane 05 Sii s. Wash 'opiins,
and other nice Materials and
Trimmings. Call and
see, Ladies,for your
A large lot of Moen's, Ladies' and
Chlldren's Shoes, Gents' rtnd uvs' Fur
and Straw Hats, fine and cour to.
A choice lotof Family Groceries, Can
dies, Cakes, \lackerel. Tobacco Cigars,
Kerosene Oil, lHardware, %%oodenwaro,
Trinware, Crockery, &o.
A quantity of Lumbor for sale low for
miarchi M J. 0. flOAG.
FRESH TURNIP SEEDS !
Matson's Preser-ving Jars.
Concentrated Lye, Starch, Soap
Hyson, Gunpowder and
Sulphur, Brimstone, Morphine, Qui..
nine, Chloroform, Auigust
Flower, Pain Killer',
and a large Assortment of Fresh
McMIYaster & Brice.
WE hereby give ne,tice to all parties
th6we will give no oredit to anyone, but
wilsell goods for OASH, AND CASH
ONLY. Parties are notilled to send DO
orders to ourstore, as the goods will not
be deliverd without the 04SH.
'8UGE}HEJMER 4 GEOE600EL
IT IS TBN.
ONLY SEWING MAC$INa
WeIcn U,at A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Never Skips Stitches.
Is the Lightest Raning.
A New and Simpl a Devie
Winding the Bobbin,
Without remnv'nq~ the Ptrap hft
IL1&I re'j,c W heft 1. alltwith.
Lut Lutbrad:asg tho
The timploct, tho Most Durable,
and in every respect the
oes not Vct out of order, and wilt do more work
Juatratcd Circular furnished on applicatiqa.
Charne Street, Baltiasore, Md.
I AM RECEIVING daiUy fresh
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast
od, Tea, Flour, Grist, Meal,
Syrups, Molasses, Soda,
Soap, Starch, Bagging
and Ties,. Bacon,
Lard-in Bbls., Cans and Buckets
Seed Oats, Rye and Barley, Nails,
Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Greeae, White Wine and
Fresh Choose and Maccaroni
New Buckwheat Flour.
Choice new crop New Orleans
Now Mackerel in kits, j and }
Si- All goods delivered within
D R. FLENNIKEN.
NV. (IRObH E'
hAS remnoved to the store next to the
post-offlee, where he wvill be glad to re.
ceive his friends and customers.'
A full line of Samples will be kept on~
hand, from which customers may make
selections. He now has the finest line of
Frenchi and English goods ever brought,
to this market.
He is also prepared to out or to ma
up goods for those who desire.
Garments of all kindls repaired and
p3' Cleaning a speclaity.
Thankful to the public for past patron.
age, he solicits a continuance of the
same, and guaran tees satisfaction.
sept 18 W. G. ROONI.
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TH E CHRONICLE & SENTINEL,
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