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TUESDA V. AV UST 20, . 18r8.
For Major of the ] 'airfiol Jat..,
University of North Carglina
Kemp P. Battle.
Country life, fresh air and bath
ing are very well, but if you want to
cleanse yo.ur systerg thoro.ughly usoe
a few bottles of Pr.. Bull's. Blood
PERSONAL.-Wo have had the
pleasure of a call fronA Mr. F rank
V. Beard, the well ;lgpown editor of
the Kershaw Gazetee. Wo are
pleased to learn that that sprightly
and roadablo newspaper is doing
finely, and we wihll it a cqptinIanco
of its prosperity.
David Aiken and Frank \Villians,
two colored nen, wyho for their
faithful services as servants in the
Sixth Ilegitnent dqring the war
were made reguhr njoiebors of tl1l
fSurvivors' Association, accom
panied the Fairfield mon qn their
recent trip to Chester,
We have received two communii
cations from Feastorville, but thqy
are too long for puIblication--the
two together would fill about four
cohumns of THE NEWs AND HERALD.
We would agcain remind otir friends
of our published rules on this
subject, one of which requires that
cominunicationq shall be of rea
DAMAoE iuY FLooi).-Tho heavy
rains of last wook caused considera
ble damage. A largo quantity of
hay and fodder was caught in the
fields an4 ruined. On Monday
the 12th inst., Mr. J. C. Tigekler's
mill dan), which was of stone, was
washed away and his wheel was
carried down stream a long way.
The house itself wAs considerably
danaged. Freshly's mill on Broktd
River has also been washed away.
Mr. Thomas AndQrson lost his 11ill
Am. No serious- damages aro
reported from the \yatereo Side of
DEATH OF MRS. MADDEN.-We are
pained to announce th.e death of
Irs. Martha Madden, wife of Dr.
T. B. MAdden, of \Yinnsboro, which
,occurred on Monday morning. M\rs.
Madden had been in feeble health
for some time, suffering from con
sumption, and her death yvas not
-unexpected. She wyas the daugliter
.the late William B~rice, Fesq., of this
.county, and a sister of Mr. James
.A. Brice, of this place. SheG leaves
hoer husband and three cl:ildren to
mouru her loss. To these we ton
.der our sin.er~o sympathy, wyhiell is
shared by an extensive circle of
kindred apd .friends.--Tipe funeral
servicos will take place af the As,.
~sociato Reformed ,c~hurucl at 10
CEDAR CaEEK ITEM.-ThO Cedar
.Creek Club met on the 0d instant.
The club finished i t erganjizatiion
.by electing the following.named
gentlemen as an executive commit
,tee.: J. W. Robinson, .Tohn Foguley
and *gap. L Wm. Hiunant. 'The
.clb was thpp a~dressed b.y Mr. B.
H. Robortson and Mr. Win. Smith.
We regret $b wve cannot give
their speechos as t~hey were made,
,especipiy gri. Smith's, wvlich was
very amusing. In the course of
his romnarks he gave the result of a
.sguirrl-mpt by lyitpself ey pome
one elso, wvhich was this: It seems
-they tr.cod a squirrel and fired up
in tree, when down foil forty-three
.sheriffs, J. D). Hogan on top. A
,wonderful shot that.!
-The Rhads are talking strongly
.about running a ticket for the
Legislature, et., but talk is about
.all, as we -know of their doing
pnothilng as yet. But we .slopp with
.op oye open, as we did in tlie war,
lost he pnomy catch us napping.
We had jpoivorfpil rain op 'yes
torday, more the~n we have piad An
,two months at pnp.time.
We would like sonie advice oon
,eerning ,colored men deqiring to
,unie avth us. As we have geen
no action of other .clubs ~i this
.direct~ion, we do not know what ,t
,do aboutlit. Must we receive them
ond perit kthem to vote. in, the 1
primaries or notT is the question. *
Will some11 one poste.1 enlighten Ic;
on tho subject, lt it is a subject.
of. mauch. discusosio, oi
Aug. 13, 1878. CEDAR CHEEK.
Tir Sitvivoas' ASSOorTIO.
The. oxcuitivo corpmittee. of the.
Su.rvivors' Asociation of the 6t4
S. C. Regiment, C. S. A., hQld a
meeting op the 15th inst.,, and
tranasatcted tha following business,
which was ordered to be pubhielied
for the inforniation of the, members
of the Aqsociation
It was unanimously resolved to,
request of Capt. B. P. Alston a
copy of his able and interesting
address. fr publication in the
conoty papers of Che. ter andi
Fairfield.1 o htran
The committ-ee on statistics were
requested to forward to Adit. 1H. A.'
Gaillard, the Secretary of the Asso
Ciationi, such rolls and records of
the 6th Regiment as they may be
able to collect, these records to be
preserved by the socret'ary for tlie
pUtrposes of the Assoeiation.
The next meeting of the Associa
tion will be hold at Winnsboro, on
the first TI'hursday in August, 1879.
A committee of arrangements for
this meeting will be appointed by
the President of the Sq'rvivors'
Association of Fairfield cournty.
The executive committee are of the
opinion that the organizations of
the 6th Regiment SulrviyQrs now
existing in V/aii-ield equnty ald i N
Chester county, Imay further the
ends of the Regimental Association,
and they recommend that similar
Associations be organized in other
sections of the State where mnem
Lerfi of Phe Sixth reside.
Itev. Moffett Grier, D. D., of
Due West, S. C., was chosen as tile
next anniversary oratQr of the
.RocKY MOUNT ITEMx.-Wanted:
Three honest and competent men
tQ ropresent Fairfield in the next
Legislature, who are willing to
serve their country for their quti
try's good; qQmpensati-n five dol
lars per day. One honest man,
who undorstands adjusting the
rope about the neck of the mnir
derer, for sheriff; no qnq 14qd
apply vho is unable to pay off all
executions ag.ist his friends.
Three good mon to servo as county
comrmissionqrs, \vho are acqpintef
with the distance from Winnsboro
to Rocky Mount and other promi
nent plac a; no "subs" allowed.
Qno wise man to serve as school
coimnUiesiQgner, wyh9 can correctly
parse "Hie that hath ears to hear,
let him hear ;" compensation, a pile
of greenbacks. A man well aic-.
.9uainted with law to serve as
probate judge: ; one need apply
who cannot take fiyai frong four 'and
leaye so'meting ;compensatiorn,
Wagtedl: All thie c:mndidates in
the county to call and see the rural
populatio9 of thgis ."benigited cor,
ner." po b has been around to see
us, and escaLpe i with his life. I-re
is a genial and social follow--as all
gcandidales arp. In e .<tending? his
a~cquaintance 17ie hias nmade son~ie new
friends. From his personal ap
pearance we shomekd gu~ess him~ .t
ba heavy feeder. We shoukt be
pleased to see all the candidates
before they are /limissegl from
Sinpce the above was written we
have seen a communication from
Mr. ,D). RI. Feaster, in which he
endeavors to make capjital of one of
our ."items." Mr. Feaister is too
,intelignt .not to know that our
allusion was to the colored people
as statecwen. We are a practical
;farmer, and are somewhat proud of
our occupation, and certainly would
make no' remarks intentionally in
disparagetgent of our own dlas's. Th
,any moyemen4 to hetter the condi.
tion of the farmers, Mr. F'. .will find
in us a hearty co-worker. GUNTER.
University of' North Carolliua.
rHiE -net.t .scrion .will gebogipm Aigusmt
20th, 1878. '
For Cataloguoapply to,
'KEMP P. BA.TTLE, Presidenut,
a~ug 20-itx.1 ' Ohp6ul11il, N. C.
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REMIEMBER THAT WE SELL
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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
IN the campaign th at is now opening
[I'E NFEws D fJIAn.I) proposes to keep
ts readers fully 'osted ats to events oe
iurring i4 National, Stute arpd Couty
iolitics. It has heretou'oro labored earn
Msly in the cause of good government.
tnd its efforts in future will lie redoubled.
[it order to aecompilish the greatest good,
.t desires to reach every citizen of Fairfield
3ounty. To attain this end the follow
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Weekly, to the 15th Novemuber, - - 1.00.
F11 ih, ti every case, must accomp(any
'he or der.
Cards nominating candidates will be
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For each candidate, 1 ilnch, Qne in
sert-ion, - -- - - $1.00).
For the campaign, in Weekly and
Tri-weekly, - - - 5.00
Pledges of cailidateR at the saIuo ilies
is the above.
Proceedings of clubs or communien
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some0 ny~der ti)e ruleg for rgdy'rti)i,
But the paper will be open for the legit..
mate discus-ijon, within rurasoniablei
bounds, of the merits of all those candi -
:lates whose niames tiro appeaCirinig in its
ad vertisinig coluimns. 1'&iual privileges
will be accorded to all true D~emocrats.
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pm All business comnmunications
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