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TUAIDAY, AUGfUST 13, 18rs
For School Cominissionor.
For t.io Lgislaturo.
Notiec-DMcMaster & Biieo.
For t, - Legislature-Many Demo
Joe Thompson has been appoint
od Radical county olairmuan for
N>r A C:NDIDA'rs.---\Ir. E. H.
Heins, of the Boar Crook Club,
authorizos the announce:ent that
he is not a candi:late for the Lo;is
ROAD MENDIN.--ThO county coin -
muissioners had already contracted
for the improvement of the hill at
Ellison's branch when Tun NEwr AND
HERALD noticed its condition. A force
of laborers is now at work blasting
out the rock, and a great improvo
mont is promised.
It is a sad sight to see an in
toxicated person on the street.
How much more uo is it to see a
dull and sickly baby rendered so by
the use of dangerous opiates. - Dr.
Bnll's Baby Syrup co t tins nothing
injurious aed may ho given to the
most delicate baby. Price 25 cents
a bottle. *
WAIRANrED Ta FT,rL TIE BILL.
The Nowberry IIerald contains the
following advertiseinon t:
Wanted, a barbecue editor, to
attend all the barbee which may
be given during the c. npaign. He
must have a good appetito and an
uncommon capacity for hash. No
ono nead apply for t.he position
without the best recoimmien;dation.
Fairfield can fill the bill. We
hnve a few choice spirits over here
who can wield a pen and a hash
spoon with equal f.tcility. and whose
appetites have never been gauged.
We don't know how they rate their
Fcrvices, but the H/crald might try
THE SURvIVois' MEETIN.-A let
ter has been received from Mr. W.
T. D. Cousar, the chairman of the
committee of arrangements of the
Survivors' Association, in which. he
I write to inform you that we
have procured a house for head
quarters for your men and a lot
adjoining Messrs. Nance & Simp
non'sB stables for wagons and horses.
They can also get the use of their
stables if desired. You will be
ind enough to send a runner
ahead before arriving at Chester, in
.order that our batn I mtay be abl't
to) escor't you into town. Capt. B.
P. AIst tn's comip..ny from Rock
Hill exp)ects to) comol in) the same
waly by a. wagon train,
'The origmald programme laid
down by the 'Fairfield Su&vivors for
the imrch wvill be carried out. The
wagon train lev Winsboro at
miiduight on Wednesday.
THE WEST PoINT CADETsHJP.-,-A.
dispatch from Uon, John H. Evins
announces that tih.e Maoard of Ex
amuers hasve awarded the cadoet.siip
to Henry C. Davis, Jr., of this
county, wvith J. S. Wilson, of York,
alternate, The examination was
conducted princip)a1y by State
Superintendent Thomnpson, a.nd was
thorough and impartial. Twenty
two applicants were examined.
The successful competitor made
D.13 out of a pos4sible 10. That he
had been away from school, in
business, for over three years, and
had only two weeks' notice of the
possibility of securing the appoint.
mont, are add.itional pohmts to his
credit. Ho will apply for admie
.sion at West Point in Juno nozt.
This is th.e first appointment that
.Fairfield has had for rnany yeges.;
.if,.indeeod, she has ever had -any
We are informed that Mr. Brown
McMaster, who also applied f4rom
Fairfield, although not successful,
passed a very creditable oxamina
tion, and was among the Srst.
The total expenses of Russia
Auring th.e laite war, including its
:issue of papeor money anid its out
.Standing, debts, were, -up to the
24JJb of June laste considering the
depreeiation of the 3:puels, about
Saratoga~has fde dfer~
2ldsd of spring
J~ ~ ~~~~~r M'.ry TJ.Y'CL10.
- "*ic Club Addressed by
I)o.uo' :e C'1b wouold llv a .nleL
iug on , tu.y, al that it wmidd
be al,Iresse( by soelo of :ie candi
dates, the e.litor sot out for that
historic loc:lity on S.turdaty morn
ing. After an uneventful journey
of several hours ove" bad roads, the
destin.Lti>)n w is rechel, a short
timo beiro tio i ur at which the
club -tssenb,'ed. After some time
spet1, in S )cial intercourse, i.i met
ing old friun.1s and formin,g new ac
l.uintaLnes, and in (i.wun;Sing the
proceo-ingis of the,St.te C.nventions
of the two parties, and prup:esy;ug
h1ow I tdic_ilismll is going to gt eter.
natlly smashed this fall, all persons
present repaired to the club room,
in the old MAiticello Ac.domny.
Tho club met at two o'clock, p. mu.,
Captain McMeekin in the c3hau. The
lninlttes of the last leeting were
read an1 coulirnod. Mr. H. M.
Zealy rose to make a correction in
the ninute'a of the meotiag of the
136b ult, in reg.ird to the sheriffs
election. The re oluti:);1 as pub .
lic hed in TnE NEWS AND HERALD w.as
thalit it wa;s "ooth expo(ielt and
lawfut" to elect the snelriff at tao
coming general election, wherets
the resoltion 110111( have I)eenl
sllply that it was deimued adval
'tageous to hold the election at t.ie
t11e pf tao general eOcdon. Tho
resolutioii did not mean to decide
upJl the law points invoive.l. The
secretary was requestoi to i.tke
the correction. Oa motion of Major
Bell, further business was suspend
ed in order to hear from the candi
Tao ures,dsnt then introduced
Capt. H. A. (iiard. Capt. Gaillard
began by thainking the club for
the honor extended in a previous
invitation, which he could not ac
cept, and referretj to 1)is vis:t to the
cii.b two years ago. le was also
most grateful for the endorsement
by the elpb of his course in tae Leg
islature, which endorseIent. le
received as g.ven in a spirit of i:
dulgelce, for it is impossible for any
puulic ollicial to represent evei v
intelligent citizen on every point,
He then reviewed the situation,
slowiig thp absolute nycessity of
success, and pledging himself, if not
esosen as a nominee of the party,
th,t he would work with ze.d for I le
tu-wccss of the De,o.octti ticket,
He then reviewed the acts of the
last L-gislatu:e and Cliilieml that
ulnlpot t,ni reforms had been acco
PusIed. In cJ.jwiUSioln le wou:d
Say, inl t. .Lnuage of Jeffrs5on, e
good governmzent IS one that is lion
est." i3y this iutle we have hand good
goUveJiniilt ' w~e will st,iij eufl
tilnue i.0 ha, * l' iMIklig . ,i
for Liue n m~ nV . rs he tienm eosd.
cndLjcin had b)J..i amieli,r.. I. in
IC party hasi Jliowed our, adl its
ph>dges. Th'e blacks had been
tolt that De mcr ati. ascendency
would bi ing back the huso. Tihey
)i..ye have beeni undeceivedi. Th'ie~y
are be.tter olf now than ever bafore.
IBuit JRadicalismn has beon en)deaivor'
ing as.in to shiow its IJeadL and
~there will be a liaht this fadi. Tne
DJemocracy 1uust, not abafe tiigir
eiffo ss uintil.they have tinabyj placeld
thir banners oni batlImenmus of
adamnt, In regard to local ant.
ters he thought these should not
distract us, tie opposed tne ostra..
cism of any class. Every' mian
should have the right to represent
the people. In regardi to bhnself la
would say that lie had been re-.
q1uested to offer himself .as a can
(lidlate. If defeated lie would sup
port the par~ty nominations.
Co]. R. G. fLamar was tnen intro,
duced. There are not many issues
before the party and minor ques
tions should niot be entertained.
He had been much relieved by the
show.nig of the frienJs of the phca
paate umi, andl hoped teat taie
r,.vemue from tuis sonice would ai.t
ligejy in decreasag thia burdens of
t x dion. There shouid be.an ab.>lie
tion of useless ollicurs. B3ot e fpe
svar one mani collected the taxes of
the county. The offices of auditor
and treasurer should be consoli da-.
ted. He also thought tae New
York Code should be abolished and
a Sou.th QUroina c.osleo adopted in
He wvas glad to see thqt 'go white
man stanids .to-day at tiee head of
the Radical party in .thiis county.
When the control is let.t ,egtirely in
the hands of the blacks the deat'h of
the JRadical~party is assured. Th.e
plato'nI of 1876 is a good one, and4
upon it all honest meon will work
togth.or for the redemption of the
Mr. R. Aieans Davis, by in.'
vitation, made a few remarks on the
issues of the 4ay.
Mfr. B. H. Robertson as ,ealed
on. He Bald that he had been
brought #ip i the days of mullinoa.,
ti,n, when it was only necessary for
a spetkor to say "Hilturrah for nttlli
iieation and (--n Androw Jackson."
Ho, v.ts thorofo,e no orator. Tho
p. cscnt State Sutporintondent of
luca tti ;n is thoroughly compluet nt,
a,n:l it is only nos"e++s.ry for the
Conty School Commissioner to
obey his instructions.
After these addresses the club ad
journod to the time of its next rogu
lar meeting. About fifty members were
present, although this is by no means
the full strength of the club, which
ntumu'>rs ovor a hun irol and fifty
in :lubors, all wide awake. M nti
cello ii faly p:op.trei to enter the
At the meeting on the 27th ult.,
the chIb, in accordanco with the
suggest,ions of the county chairman,
resolved, after discussion, to make
no t)ominiation4 in the proent cam,
After par taking of the hospitality
of C.pt. ILtyno McMoekin, the
editor returned home, the same
During the dity a shower of rain
fell--very acceptably, as the crops in
that vicinity were generally suffor
1i4 from dronght.
?OIt ae 1juu U OMMIjSIoNE1R.
I he friends of MIt. JNO. VINSON pre
sent nimn as a can ii.lato for School Cor
tuissioner at the ensuing election-sub
j'ct to t. action of toe Democrati ' clubs
in tl4c 1priinry eluctiln. #tttg 13-tf
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Messrs. 1.btors;---The friends of MIt.
T. . BRICE, appr,eci,tting his services
in the past, respectfully nominate him fur
a seat in the HIIu+te of Represetatives
from thia county-subject to the action
of the )emucratie clubs in the primary
election. aug 13-tf
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Messrs. Mlilors:-- Pease announce MAJ.
JAM.;s PAGAN as a can.lidato for a seat
in the House of Representatives from
Fairfield county, subject to the action of
the Vemocratie clubs in the ensuing pri
aug 1 ,-xltf M.ms DLuOCATS,
. order to 1iispose of what is )eft of
Sata-nor St.as'r, we3 have this day reduced
it to an~ I be.ow cost,.
Tuck Skirt itg, worth S t.rO to rfl ets.
90 ets. to 55cts.
' " " 85 ets. to 5'*ets.
75 e't.i. to, 45 ets.
" " " 50 ets to 33 ets.
Lu.lies Ties and Bows, worth 90 ets., to
Lceie' L'ies and Bows, worth 75 ets., to
Ladie.s' Ties apd Bows, worth 60 cts., to
All other goods propor-tioz.ately reduced.
We are determined to Roll, and persons
wanting goods in our lice will "make
money' by calling before purchasing
The celebratetl PEARL SHIRT, comn
ploete,nt$l.00. We guarantee it to be the
toest shirt in the market for anything like
the price, and challenge conmparison with
any other s.hir.t at tht prico or att 25 per
MoMIASTER & BRTCE.
.LAS removed to the store next to thce
p)ost-alfid3e, where he will be glad to re
ceive his friends and customiers.
A fult'line of 8am ples will be kept on
hand, from which customers ma-y make
selec.tions Hie now has the finest line of
Fyex,eh and Englisly goods eves brough\t
to .14s markt,.
lSe is also preparetl to out or to sn.ak
uip goods for thego -who desire.
Garmeite of .01 k.inds xopaired anid
p 01.eaning a specilty.,
Thankful to the publio for past patron
age, he solicit. a continuance of the
saime, and guarantees satisfaction.
sept 1* W. G. 200mit
IAM RECEIVING daily 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 Greese, White Wine and
Fresh Cheeso and Maccaroni
Now l3ickwheat Flour.
Chowe new crop New Orleans
New Mackerel in kits, I and .i
" All goods delivered within
D R. FLENNIKEN
-HO ! FOR
-- -c- ----.
rp HE first House in town to reduce
Whiskey to ten cents a drink, Beer
to live cents a glass and Billiar ls fifteen
cents per game. I laving a largo and wel
seleuted lot of Pure Liquors on lia d of
which the following are a few of the
Pure old Ken tuc'--y Bourbon, Cabinet,
XXXX and Baker Rye, Sour Mash Stone
Monnthin Corn, a specialty, Cog,ta,
California, Peach and Apple Brandies.
Chamipagne, Shery and Port Wines.
Cincinn ti Lager Beer always kept on
is e, and all sorts of Stacy and cool drinks
prepared in the mogt tasty mannor at
april 30-tt J. D. McC..R)IEY.
THE PAPER TO TAKE.
ENTERPRISING ! RELIABLE!
TH E CIRONICLE & SENTINEL,
'rWO PAPnufs CONSOLIDATED March 18, 19~77
'Ij H E CH RONICLE& CON STITUTION
ly.) th.e only morning paper published inI
the city of Augustai, and the only paper
receivimg thme tolegiraphjie dispatches of the
New .Yorjk Associated Press. The only
mnoriing pap~er p)ublishedl in Eastern
Georgia and WVestern South Carolina.
t)ilers greater advantamgcs to advertisers
than aniy papecr in the Sonuth.
I he Chronicle & Constitutionalist is
Deumocradec if.1 polities, but perfectly in
dependenlOtt ini its commetints upon menCf
mild fimasuresi. Its opinions upon all
importanit mat tcrn are fearilessly cx press
ed., anld resolutely mnaintamined. During
lhe comning winter siciuli correspondents
in Washaington, Atlanta, and Columbia,
will keep onr reader., fully informuied of
the ,roceedi.ngs of Congress and of the
levgislature, of Georgia and South Caro
lina. Its (CommierciauJ- Replortsm are care
lumlly c'ompliled, and ara full and accurate.
Now is the time to subsoribe.
Daily, $10 per annum ; Tfri-Weekly, $5;
WVeekily (ai mammsothi sh eet).S2, aah in
advance. Each edlitionl sent free of post
WALSH & WRIGHT,
july 14-tf Managers,
WATERS' ORCHESTRION ala ORGAR
fa thme inont bentiufmln
style a ndj I,er(feet in to-n
* - no ever- usade. it has
-the celebrated Concerm
I ~ to stop, which .m a flue
InuIen.ionf fthme llunan
- hakir Octaves of bells
iened In perfect har
neony with thme ree-le,
fei and elctsrifying.
WATERIFm CLIARMi (.,
4.39 mm.CONCERTO,, VESP'.
FR,CENTENNIAL, CHIMER, CH APEL,, and
VOTTAG E ORIOANII, In UTnIjne Frenchl ('ne
me. conshhsuo P'UR T Y el VOICIN(G mouth grenst
svolumime qf tone, ensenble for P'arlow or Church.
WA TER' PIgANO8, amI1@m
RI T H E aE MA DRE limhe Tone,Toneh,
W1orkmansipl, anid Dusrnbility Unenrpasede4.
Wnmrrnned l *m' IX YEtARI.
PRt IEE E.XT it EM1 EILY LOW for .enels.Mon.
tily Instalcis recemeed. Instrumne,ss to
let nntiil paid for as per contract. A LiberaI
Dilscosmt sI',IMhererJ.Minisers, Cuc&e .Jhoola, ate.
AGENT.9 WA NTED. Spcej)ntuncue,enet
to the trade.lInstrate.d (Catalognesj Melted.
*Seenndrnhnnd inst'rnanents at 44RBAT RARt.
'A A1IM. HlOttACE WATERIS de SON.
.40 EAST 14th AfT.,UNION SQUA R E,N.Y.
BARGAINS I BARGA.asT
will-bo Bold re arldless of ooy aGoneys
must be rasie4 , 6mo
july 80O S. S. WdiL'E
In the Prioa of
COATS' AND CLARK'S THRE4.
ji' Five Cents a Spool. -0%
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boota and Shoes
very low for Cash, in order to make roonz
for ?all Stock..
Sugenheitmer & Oroesehel,
FROM NEW YORK
AN elegant lot of Spring Prints, Cam
brios, White Pique, Figured Piques
Long Cloth, Cottonades, Ladies' and
Gents' Hosiery, icanetkerohiofs, Towels,
&c., and are ofllored at the lowest casil
prices. J. M. BEATY.
The celebrated 'tBay State" standard
screwed and wire sewed Shoes,aspecialt,y
at J. M. BEATY'S. Try them, and you
will be convinced of their durability.
I am offering for sale "Grant's Yea t
Powders." overy box gun anteed to give
satisfaction, or ntoney refunded. P'lease
give it a trial. J. %1. BEATY.
Go to .J. M. L3'A'TY'S for the best
Family Flour, Meal, Grist, Rice, Hams
(Branded "Cliallenge,") Lard, Bacon,
Sugar and Coff'o, very low pricos, Tea,
Crackers, Candy, Soap, Starch, Blueing,
soda, Con. Lye, Iustard, Peaclies, To
natoes, Sardines, Salmon, Pepper,
Spice, Ginger, Nutmegs and many other
things necessary for family comfort.
J. M. BEATY'S
S TEEL, Swede Ir n, Plow-moulds
Trace Chains, Hames, Back Ban s,
Grain Cradlo;, Scythes, Brade's Hols,
Shovels. Garden Ilos and Rakes, Nails,
Horse and Mule Shoes a.id Nails, Cutlery
B.B. Red Cedar Iluckets, Galvanized
lonp ( edar Buckets, Painted Buckets,
Well Buckets, Kegs, y easures, Brooms,
&c. Crockery and Tinware.
LONGCLOTH and SEA ISLAND
BLEACHED and UNBLE~ACHED,
SHEETING ! SHEETING .
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS,
I BUTTONS, ETC.
Call and Examine Ogy
BLACK ALPACA i
Clieapest and ,Best in Town.
qJ. F. MclMaster & Co.
New Summer Cook,
.Ire DOES NO V ,i dc TH4~ AIOUSE.
Perfect for all kinds of Uooklng and I[ea.
Always ready and rejiabje..
The most satisf-tiot.ory Stov.e madse a4 the
.p& Send for ciroulare.
W,UITNEY 4M I.4LIL MF'%.. CO.,
joly 7-y .23Obstput t.., P'hil.l
flOR Preserd.pg F.r.uits, Meat 4Vege
.tables, e, hsr eomended pre~s
.AedIdnsS, 1 pI7 avea , gd
proteinent anyeoifs. F,p i igt,.
.Aa for Fai aet
Or t Bao A Sinni o T,E, Bft,