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Winnsboro, S. C.
Liquors, Cigara, &c.-F. W. Hab
The railroad coinpany has 1 redice
the number of sectious, and tho for<
employed in keeping the road I
order.- The roadbed, ho weve', is on
of the smoothust in the State.
Mr. J. Clendining has opened out f
the Centennial Biar, and-lis it no1w I
full blast. Mr. C. has long experioe
in his business, and 'vill use his utmo
endeavors to please his customers.
WATER WORKs.-Mr. W. B. Creigl
has. place*d a twelve-foot wheel o
Allen's branch at the crossing of ti
- Columbia road, and will su)plv a rai
road tank a thousand feet off wil
water for the use of the engines. Ti
tank will be moved from the freigl
depot to a point nearly in front of Mi
The Histrionic Club, by special ri
quest, will repeat to-morrow night ti
entertainment given lait Thur.d
evening. There will be some add
tions to the programnie. The pr(
ceeds of the entertainment vill t
applied to the fund for the relief of tit
Walterboro sufferers. We trust thei
will be a large audience
The alarm of fire on Sunday wn
- caused by the burning of sone of tI
bedding in the room of Atrs John IV
Aiken, next to the Thespian hall.
is supposed to have originated froi
the ignition of Rome matches, cause
by their being bitten by a pet squirre
The fire department were as usut
promptly on hand, but their service
were fortunately not needed.
We omitted, in our last issue,
mention the pat'a'de of the Hook an
Ladder- Company on Friday afternooi
There was a fair turnout of the met
and they all looked as neat as a neo'
pin. We are glad to see the continue
interest of the -colored mnen in thei
organizatIon, and they .deserve gret
credit and encouragement. We trui
the H~ook and Ladder Company wi
long be an institution of our town.
So intense has been the heat of th
past week or so, that the earth is badl
parched, and with the exception of tl:
small grafn now harvesting, rain
badly needed ill many parts of t)
county. In the Yonguesville neigi
borhood there was a good rain lai*
week, but iln moving eastwood abot
White Oak- and towards Water<
Creek the rain poured in torrents, di
lng' considerable damage by packi
tlhe ground. Ripe grain was prol
trated. Hail fell In several placeqs.
BoUTHIERN F ARM ER's MONrHLY .-'
are in receipt of the June number
that excellent magazine, the Southea~
Farmer's Mionthly. It is brighter
possible than its predecessors, au
contains a new feature, an illustrate
Fasion Department, which will mali
it still more welcome, especially. I
farmers' wilves. This number is r,
plete with interesting and valuable al
rieutl tural and miscellaneous reading4
comprising just such articles as ai
suitable for a farmer's.papeor. It shoul
be on every farmer's table in our cou1
ty, and we trust at no. distant day
- 'will be. Price, six months, $1.0(
twelve mnonths, $2.00. Srnmp escopi1
w'ill b'e sent on receipt of 8-c~eitt muj
Address-J. H. 10still, Savannah, qa.a
ESOAPEs.-It is said that antong; tl
-convicts who escaped from* the pen
tentiary some time ago were two froi
Fairfield, Gainies .Tordan andone of ti
men who burned Mr. T. W. fRabb
gin-house. It is to be presumed thi
these outlaws are not no0W in the coul
ty, but no one can toll wheu they wi
slink back into it and renew the
career of crime. Wei presume it
difficult to prevent occasional escape
buit such occurterices should be exceel
ingly rare, and should be followed I
th6 prompt glismissalI of the guard <
duty at tile time. Again, itis said th
not only Ia 90 reward. 9ge0eo foti N
roaptuire of a coiviet,' biti& s dm
times difficult to get a reimburseme
of actual expenditures. Would it n
be a.wise thing to provide a rewal
oftaiur t*Mnty dollars-in sanch case
and also to telegraph~ tp thesheriffoftl
county from which the convict camn
immediately upon his escape?
would not be atelse for the grand jul
and iake some' enggestion upon it fi
the good of the conhty .
%T ad ,*iuie koiapty'ou Esand-JI
a*warnehim an o enni1 to ain
them, suibstant'ally as follows:
It Is cust0o1airy for the judge to sny
solietlinig to tie granl jury con c I;
their duties, but the pro-ont jury laS
been a'Oleadr istrICLed by the judge at
the preeedlnu term. The grand jury
11en1 ire calldct from the different see
tiaisof the collty, With the intent
that aill tle differeit interests of the
couity shall be represented and pro
teeted. The duty ot'the grani jury is
much like that of the Dietator- of' the
d Jolimanis. lIe was to see that 110 <e
it 1e1111nt came to the Republic. You
duty is to see Ihat no harm comes to t her
d couity. You are invested by law vit h
wide, very wide powers. Anly piblic
wrong committCd, ally% I)u)lic (lnt1v
leglected, 8110111l he brought to the at
tentioi of' the Court. A great error
prevails ias to the ll'et of Ihe puniish
illont imposed oil 11 personl for It viola
tioln of the lIw. Its IS to 01110 oX xt
blieved that punishiellIt laceoa crin i -
a11 Upon the stu1e plane ats beflore the
coIn11ission of the ofience. This is a
mistake.. A man owes a dtIy to the
commnillity, an1d he should acte For the
protectiol of person1 alld propertv .
Any mani who takes the la-w iln hiIs ownl
han1ds for the piishment of IIy
ofiece, commits a wrong agatilst both
the individual and the community.
There is a high lloaItl obligation rest
lg on every citizen to obey the law.
The law does 1101, punish iI vengleance.
The purpose of the law is to protect
d good mn11, a1d to rovelt good m11en1
e froi beconlimlg ba I muen. If' there is
1 110 IWotectiol to good Imen. they will
be forced to (ake the law in their own
C hands. The end of punishment is to
prevent vrongs, by deterring not. only
the particular offender blt others also.
it Ili llost cases of ofhnces against personi
or property , such as assaults, bat
e tories an( larconliCs, the prosecntor haS
a sensqe ofiniiy. This is latural. But
so far from beimig cenistired, - tie I'mm
who proseentioe, aeid thus appeals to
the law for redress, is to be commend
While offences may generally be
e left to individuals to bring them to
I- the attention of the Court, there
are several- erimes-violation of in
terIal .police reguilationis-thlit muist
be taken coginizallee of by tihe
t grand jury. You must inii(lire-are
there lunatics? Have they friiend4s to
care for them. Are there vagrants?
This class is very large in many Coill
-imunities. Itiere areany suclin) 3ouir
C couity. you should present thieli. 11n
v 1hese cases individuals naturally hesi
ta.te to act. So with the ollince of
gambhing. 1T cases of gaunblitng come
to your knowledge, it. is your tiLt to
e preselt the parties engaged. I don't
e valnt you to be detectives- I donl't
yli."'m". you to 'n1ose1 it out," as tI le say
InI is. Bn-1 your llyduty is, whenl s1:41
ofemces ai'e brought to your knowlIedig,
to bring tile matitter to the alttentionl of
. The law gives you the power to
grant licenses to - retail spirittuous
.t iquors, an11d to fix. te prices of such
1 lICMIses. If yott lbid tIhIat thle.granltiLIg
of such license vill do no Ilarm, vou
Imay grant it. You must exerci8e a
It is tile duty of the gi'and jury to
s exaluile the different coulty offices,
the jail ald the poor-house. 'This ex
almna tionl should benas close as possible,
o and1( its results should be reported to
the Court. tegadjr
SOne duty imposed on tegadjr
-is that of silence. You are sworn,
, "the counsel of the people, of your fel
y lows, and your own, you shall keep
, sacred." It is especially important
r that the grend. 'uors shlll "keep their
own counsel stzred." The discussioni
t- ill 1ie granld jairy room should be per
t fectly free, and i, is with this viewv that
I thle oath iimposes thme obligation of
strict. secrecv. [is H onor (then pro
ceededl to a hill ex position of the oath
a taked by the grand ljurors.)
,You do nlot try the cases submittedc
to you. That is a duty impiosedi upon
0 the petit jurf'~ You have siml)y
a to inquire wvhether there is prima foic
e evidence of guilt&-a~u h as mlakes it
.. right that the party charged should
be put uipon his truhl.
tSeveral bills were \vere thien handed
eout, by the Solicitor, and the grand jury
retired-for their considerat ion.
- The case of the State vs. Joseph
Williams, colored, indicted for assault
with a conceanled deadly weapon, anid
assault- with intent to murder.
eMr. A.M. Mackey appeared for the
defendant. The prosecutor, WVilliam
lLdzmpkin, colored, bhr rged that the
f defendant shlot, at hlim ith a pistol.
di The latter set up) then plea of self-~de
d fence. After hearing the evidence,
.0 thle argument of, counsel, and thle
o charge of tihe judge, the jury retire d.
3-Verdict-Guilty of-assault, with inltenlt
'State against George Goings and
John Rochlelie, charged with grand
l arceniy-stealiing a sumi of money
t from the store of Mr. Jno. D. McCar
Joly. Goings pleaded guilty, and Mr'.
'A. M. Mackey appeared for Rbchelle.
e SEN ATOR DAVID DAis ON THlE ARMY.
- -Senator D~avid Davis. of' Illinois, In
n acknowledging the receipt of the reso
,e lutions of a lolit caucus of tile Demo
,cratic members of the General A ssemn
tbly of that State endorsing his votes on
the army bill, writes:
- "It is hardly necessary for me to say
ll that I am in favor of p~erfet freedomn
Ir of elections from the interference or
sthe presence of any par't of the army at
the polls, because that opinion was on:
'phatically expressed 0on thle floor of the
I- Senate. This Is a government of legal
y authority, founded on thue constitutfon1
n and the laws made in pursuance thereof.
0One of the grievances of which our
forefathers complained was that the
t king had quartered tr'oobs 01n them, and
Ssought by mnilitary power to coerce
t them into submission. It Is little less
)thani a biublic scandal, after a century
of national existence, that .any party
could venture to ask thme people's ap
Sj pioval of a dpedies of. tyrQnniy that Is
10 forbidden, in. England and wherever
relse the parliamentary principle is re
nf --London has thor'e Roman Catholics
>r than Rome, more Jews than all Pales
,tilpe, miore Iish than Belfast, more
~cotch' than 'Aberdeen, more Welsh
than Cardiff; its boeer and gin shops,
placed one aft4- another in a line,
Is would roacb sixty-two miles, and 0one
0h titi'Wqquarter of the city is inhabited
>' by .three hundred thousand of the
#s bn4 e unrothsand worst
M1&bihlbiting opdsm 'smokin
nNeaaundd& a penalty of $1,0
2n or two years' imprlsbnmenit woni
ceito Ifef on thta thr. rof M~ay.
ONE DRE AMPROVI.vG TIUE.
Ifow Gel. 11tIcharil T. .lor N1on, -ive 1lho1
Smsel DuillAn rl, 41 %~ te
i 1.':.a1 I)h0L11101) T' i ra 1gl,.l
Tegreat handicap as, EpsomII re
calls til incident in l life of Genlral
Taylor which is nt without inerest
to tlhoso who believe ir. what h' Iearn
eI aut hort of, t he "A1natoiv 1fw Mela- vI
choly" calls "Oneiromitin' 0or
i. 'l hation by rvams.'' (ht ilm!
I*inoril t oti'e day whIni the City and
Slburban llads won by111ivap I It) v
Alrichl, a littIle-Ct1int 41ied on ider, it ,:I
chanced that G eal Tavior tr(aveleil
down 1 to Ep,om in ?-aI'lltnyt will
,irdiVivian. and bard fiom ln1 liinti
it, was his ill nillion )to back l-1rd0
Hoseer's horse bcaui i he lv t
dreamlll that he Oawhe primr-osle an d
rose hoops boine 4) vielor4 inl the(, r1.11-e
which11 thit!terw oil li . ir ol i to wi -
ness. A ict n i I I th I4ill0 s bii ( en 'ral
Tayv 1)r I ool a thstd A to ir
ltbol Aldrii, and wanot i Iii4al
elated tite. tie sacts of' what Ihe-t int -I
Called "i leap inl Ithe dark." tli' t f lU iir
tit. cident. which caused en nt.
anlothier mnuch-backed candidiate 11o -
tle race, to fall at Tatienhaim Corner,
there is Mile probability that hIhe
dream of, Lold Vivian woulli have
Found Ow interplelltionl nponl which
General Taylor counted, am114 whieb1 k<
only anlotherI illulsirationl of, 11he do1
gers froml whlich backers of hlorses Canl
never hlope to escapec.
To the Editor of the Dai Tele
glraph-Sin: : Il yI lea'len ( vner
Ial Tayo. inl this Iy'ser you inl
t rouc'eL anl anerd:>e Ielat ive it) a dremIn
of minie. Tie hets are these: I did
ila, onil tha. monling of the rave Cora
thie City ald Subitrba l 11Cndicap, thlat1
I id flle Iseiep in, th wighing1
rool oi the stand at- Emoli prior Io
Iih race, and that liftr it, hid benit
inll i was awalkenA y a15N 1 entlemll
the owner of an o At hi r inl 1h rae,
-who intlrmdi me1 that ih Techiier
had won. Ofi this horSe. so illr as iy
Iecollection serves mew, [ ,1,h11 eW'r:
before hliard. Oil reaching Victi
Station t'he irst person r I saw was tih
gventilmanl wNho had appeared to mie
in) m dreallm, and to him I mentioned
it, observilg that i oubli iot till aly
i horseso nainme-dintbrene. ereplied:
"ihre is ia lorse now called A hirich,
'which' was previously Called hlae
Teacher." Thle <hI-nall had 'o vividly
impressed mie that I declared o Ill
teltion ofbacking Alrich For X100,
aId was itn tru acou t of in this wIhen
I was qutestioned-k by his ownler at' L-.
"ll I was bickin-g his 11orse. w
replied, BetIie se I h-elln(I hIt had
wll tlie race." To this I wao i at
Swered: "IAs againist yourlt dreamil I
illiii tol m.t c i' icd fle
wille tellyou this fact: I tid the
cors ltast wei ith aunordle ju'.nploe,
and hie was beaten 1a d n (i
literward learned tha thle, tr'i hto
was Low and Lde r )
I sthmaked im. informat and discon -
tin led backinI A bh-ich. General
Tiylor, who had ovrhteard wha
pamss.d, asked mne, if' I didI not intenld
blcing t hel horein for myself, to
winl himn EL,000 by ihm. 'ilhis I did
N taki ing or hi 1,00 to ;i' aIbout
Such i's tile 'rue lccount of mllyt i'drein
and ot'General Taylor's profi 'romll it.
isn'ot medof him4 tlfneed no libe
ashame l~o)d of hse e a ' conditio It
hapeedom to be'yhis bollrn, aint a og
hcabow, raied lmong the11 ~now-dr1if111
of New Ioampsire h btterd o
fi-om I i uecmy and curd over n
the fJ'boze ilter a. iia
evidenJceefawte ma~n's habitain
river ofluanada. Ihsdremains stil
the fourdhp a ndre byXV thDe ger' -
ios which hayvfie glonei~ befre them.I
ios the ketin i the nyeyalie
dionsoln, thd narrations and incidents
primitiv 27 iyabd.I ep
beneathTitAof and tog th fr
hs onmayl Cmy enames and thenme
befonda F. W.oHASBEIO&TC.
\EWtYnvenr reguhorg bood poigs,
days Iodt and wi'lweg s4*mmovamyit vel
.punds. I D. bR. FLENN.IKEN
. may 27x~'
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DRINK AMIOKA COFFEE.
THIRDi ARIVmALM OF
NEW GOODS TIlS SPRING.
ALL WCOL Buntir gs in Black and Colors, Black Crepe, Al L
pacas, Cashmeros and Lawns. Linen Suitings in Stripos and Plain
Colors. A large assortment of Wbito Gools. such as Jaconets,
8wiss, Victoria Lawn. Piques and Cambrics. . A l'ull line of Linoien
Drills and Cottonados. Also, CassimQros, Bleached and Brown
Sirting and Shecting, Plain and Figured Lawns, Cambries and
CA LICOEP I OAICOES!! CALICOEM!
_-CALL AND SEE
T-iIE DIA MONDsra.
A nico line of Ifats in Straw, Wool and Felt.
Our Shop Stock i-4 fuller than ever, which fact sponks for it-self.
Clothing in great variety, and a full and completo stock of -
No baits thrown out to catch the unwary. All Goods sold at n
g timaifto Profit.
P. S.-A largo addition to our Notion Department wvill arrive inlc
few days. F0..ELDER & CO.
DR9INK A IO)SA CO10F' E.
FOR DESIGN AND WORKMANSHIP UNEQUALED.
EVEUYTHING WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
-PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
A now suppiy of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic
turos, Wall Pockets, Brackets
Mirrors, Spring Bods, Mat
'p.gtresses, and Childron Car
For prices, call at the first
JT T T U~E?.E STO ED
oforo making your purchases elsewhere.
- U MBER AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE AT MODERAT I
ALSO PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER.
I keep on hanid a full supply of ,Metaio and Rosowood Oases and
olins of the finest finish. Also, a cheap stock of Coffins.
R. W. PHIILLIPS.
ONLY SEW INU MACHKINE
'wilICfl flL& A'
11 hais Self-Sctlinig Nordle.
r~. Norcr Breaks the Thread.
1cvtr Skips Stitchces.
Is tho ightest, Pk~uuing
A New and'5!tdi le Dereco
* Winding tho Dobbin
Thio Cimplest, the L.-e turchle
arnd ma ccy respect the
3EST FAMILY SEWING MACKM6NE.
Fhe "NEW. AMERICAN" is easily learned, does not get out of order, and will do moro wv:rh
with I as labor than any other machine. 1:lustrated Circular furnished on * ..p;aion,
0 . BOAG, Agent for F'airflold.
A VAUA.F INVENTlO~Ni
MI THE WOFRLDRNOWNEO
%ILSON SEWING MACHINE
i workmanship' is equal to a Chronometer Watch, an.
s elegantly finished as a flrst-clase Piano. it receive
heo highest awards at the Vienna andi Centennl Expc
Ilons. IT SEWS ONtE-FOURTH FASTER than othe
.nchines. tts capacity is unlimited. There are more
VILSON MACHINES sold in the United States thar
heo combined sales of all the others. The WiLSOBi
lENDilNC A TTA C H NT for doing all kindseof repairiag,
11TH OUT PATCHiNC,.given FREE with each machine.
WitON SEWING MACHINE CO,
ZKON7AT1D~HXY. mw sumnn e.i.
- .1MJlI$OVEMENTO OF18T@4
TUST Received-at the old stanmd of T.HO 'AB
)R. Enbertson---5000 poundj Ti o.
hy and Clover Hay. Two Car LadN I
NORTh CAROLINACORN .T
M1l of which will be sold ve obespfw $Ol Cn49 &J)1Sd)*
- AhT29 -k-4 NO .t! p
96 91 p 8 4
IAOR a cbd1 Zhana e Eki'* il* fni
-CONS1STING IN PART OF
24 bbls. Molasses--all grades,
400 lbs. Choico Buckwheat Flour,
10 box(m Cream Cheese, '
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
1.1 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 bes6
50 hbls. Choico Family Fleur.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbl., cais and buckets.
Bacon, BesL Sugar Cured I-ams.
Choico Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
ye aId Birley.
Nails, Traec CLiins, Ioro -and Mule
'hoes, Axle Grease, Vjite
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currauts and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmonl, Peches and
Tomatoes, Aliimd Pickle!, Chiow
Chow and Iepper Sauce.
A fino lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold cheap for
nov 0 D. R FLENNIKEN.
Consisting of 200 pieces Calico,
50 picos Muslin, 25 pieces Piqu&,
Whiute mid Figured, 100 pieces
Bleach od Domosti', all select brands,
New York Mills, Wammsitta and
Frnt of the Loom.
Dress (roods in all styles and
qualiLy, All Wool Buntings, Cash
meros, Cottonados and Brown
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Eoots, Shoes and YHats is complete,
which wo soll at very . Mdw prices.
All we ask is to givo us a trial lefore
Luying elseowh'ere as we tako par..
sicular pains in showir g our ods.
OUR NOTION AND NIL4LINERY
Department is full of -New Goods
and Styles. Ladies' C.Gloves from
one. to six Bu ttons in Lvlo Thi'ead
*and Silk. .Ladies', ).fissee' and
Children's Hose. in .all styler. and
colors. Fans and Lad~ies' Neck Wear
TOO NUJMERlOU$ O
Collars and Cuffs and many styles
* of Buttons.
100 Pairasols at 2. cents each.
100 Neck Trics at 5 ,opkts eacoh.
. 25 pairs Boys' Bu ton Giaiters,
worth $3.00,for $1.00---Nos. 10, 1.3,
and 1ito 4.
One~lot Woinen's Shoes, Nos. 3
and 4, iat 80 cents.
One lot Geits' Shoes, worth $5.00,
sold for $1.00.
Remember all the will only be
sold for the niext
at these prices, before taking stock
and a chango of the firm.
SUGEsNIIEIMER & GRIOE8OHJEI,
VOLE Agent for Winneboro for
'3 Nathan Bros. 1868 Old Cabineft
Ryo Wbiskoy. F. W. IUsABUca,
Roar of Town Hall.
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