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TUESDAY, May 25. t a a 18i0.
TiRvMs O 'flE NEAS AND litURAiD.
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Winnsboro, S. Os
A Card-W. J. Herron.
'Wanted-U. G. D~esportcss
The Meeting of the Odd Fellows
called for to-night has been postponed
until to-morrow night at half-past
r_ Remember the Democratic Club
meeting in the Town llall at. eight
o'clock thlis evening. Every Inember
should be present, and tle few in town
who ar'e not slould come up a11nd join.
All will be cordially welcomeAd.
The indies have determined to serve
ice cumei every Wednieisdity afternoon
in order to raise fiunids for the Method
ist parsonage. To-mor'row afternoon
it will be served t. Brown's 1101te be
tween tie hours of five and seven, P.
nmi All lovers of ice'cream will please
All teachers who desien to attend the
teacheirs' mectin g on tie 19ti or June
will please noti'y Mr. Rt Means Davis
of the fact, A full att endance is de
sired, as Superintendent Thompson
wilt be present by invitation, I Ie is a
verv leasant gentleman and a capital
speaker, and lie knows what lie is
talking about.- His address will be
-worth hearing by everybody; whether
teachers or not,
Remnember that Miss Wood gives a
reading at tIe Court, House to-morrow
nilght. Tihe last entertaiinnmnt was
partly for the benefit ot' the ehtirch,
and we trust that this generosity will
be appreciated ant induce it generous
res)onso at this second reading. The
programme will be changed, with the
exception of one or two pieces re
peated by request.. Termsu of adinis
sion as before-twent'y-flve cents for
adults and ten cents for clildrn.
STiHE RIDOEWAY DEMOCRAT.-The
Ridgeway 1)emnocratic. Club held a
1m~3oti'nf on Fridaty for the yurposo of
reorgantitation. 'The f'olleiig oflcers
and~ delegates were elected
IPresident-C. E. TJ.homas.
1st Vineeresident-Dr. John loyd.
2d 'Vicc-President.-John Morrison.
Secy. and Treasr.-W.. H. Rluff.
Member of Coun ty Executive Corn
mi ttec-J. rTur~ner Stewvart.
Delegates to County Convention-C.
R. Thomas, T. E. Cloud, John Boyd,
B. E. Elkin, T. L. Buulow. Alter
nates-Pr'eston Rion, W. G. Hinnant,
CmomTuz COcUrT- Junos.-The ioh
lowvimmg is the list of petit jurors
drawn to serve at the neXt term of the
Circuit Court for this county, which
conmmerices on the seventh day of
Junme: Charles S. Dukes, Wmn. J.
Crowder, Jerry 0. Ford, John1 A.
v Rosborough, Win. McC. Blair, G. P.
H1offman, Henry Jackson (colored),
John B. Patrick, Thomas Oglesby
* (color'ed), J. 0. Bong, Ephraimn Dean
* (colored), Osnmond Ford (colored),
-James M. Yongue, A.' A. Morris,
Wilison M. Bryce, John Morrison,
John A. Desportes,'Wm. J. Htert'on,
Jno. S. Cathcart, A. J. Hamilton,
James M. Quattlebaum, J. Lionel
Bulow, Hfemry Robertson, George D.
Davis (colored), John Y. Scott James
R. Curlee, Jephtha 11. Arledge, W.
B. Woodwvard, ,Tr., G. A. White,
Henry ileinus, Rufus W. Lumipkin,
Wmn. M. Nelson, Zack Cockrell (col
ored), Wmn. H. Robinson.
DOTS rloM MONTICELtO.-Our' cor
aespondent "Senex," writing on Fri
.day last, lays: "'News Is here as scarce
as ice, so "the will for the deed," and
be glad to get these few dots this
week. It is hot and dry--much in
need of rain. Dark clouds have beeni
seen inm the sky all day long, but no
rain has come as yet. We ,may get
some ini the night. No more mad (logs
since the two I told you of. Corn
looks well. Oats is ripe in a few
fieold. Grass is not bad. The Monti
* cello Democr'atic Club will meet here
at the time I said, and you shall get all
that is done at It 'to put in THlE ThEWe
AND HERALD next week. The free
schools will soon be closed4 You
should have said In the dots of last
week "where the potato beds are up,
then the draws could be put down,"
and yotr should have typed: the word
"Ingons," not "ignohs," but; the big
woh'ds used whoen we talked of the
grub nvay have made the tylios mad
and dog~ would not go- right fof' a;
plain slAng name-so I have made up
rny mnd. to use none but words plaina
rnda to the point in this, ao tell P. and
G, to seti this tup ight, and drop all
.uorhiomnlotisness evein If may hir'og
raphy li lhfter the sitmilitude of' thme
1Ptoleinaiq hieroglyphics, and to kIo
tate the imtpde~iirbabla #ersevereneof'
the archesologlia Cham pallion and
nrprone's, antd althougn tl we-ather
Was threatening, quite a large a1ud(1
once \vas present. After social cou
ver sat ion, IlInnaihta Moore's Feiale
Educeationl, "The lleatt anid Alinld," II
wats bealiiullyv an1d impres'sively r-ead ;
by Mi's. E. P. Scott, and afterwards
A ddisot's Allegory, "Discontont)" w as
rem). All seemcd to enjoy I liimelves. I
As the hours approached miditiglit the
com1panly separated tIad ieluurnted to,
their homes. There vas at light. slov
er. Jast might. S-NEX. c
DOTS FROM iE KNICINS[ILL .
A Warn inh to "Senex"--The Cotton and
Urainl Orops-General. Gossip.
JENKINvIlEIl, May 22.-Being a
colistanit reader of yolr vialiable jour- ]
ial, I was Ilucl pleased wvith your
Rocky Creek correspondent's account,
oftthe manner ill,which Schools were !
conducted inl the days of "e'C Olden
tin1e," especially the portion where the
boys where the dominant party. I t
think that \vc Monticello academicians
ought to introduce it again1 ill our
Common schools by init-ilitill "Senex"
into that nlCtdected position. As Good
Friday and the Easter Holidays are v
over, )ou 1maky hear soinie thrillillg ac
count's o01 the Fourth ot'July.
I wis nucl pleased oil Iny return
home onl last Friday to hear our thr
ers boasting of their lIne standts of cot
ton. Upland corn looks well, the low- '
lands are just planted, and cotton is
being chopped out. Labor is scarce,
and commands good prices. Since
my last report I le wheat, crop has been
greatly daalnaged by the rust. In some
places it will be a total failure, The
oats crop is 1111. Gardens atre begin
nimn to look well. e
I have heard of something else new V
111der the su, which is equal to the 11
discovery made by "Senex." A col
Or1ed woilant was C! seen chopping out c
cot ton with ialtnuibrella spread over i
hr lied. It. was fasteied br me ins
of it strap passing over her left shoul
der and under hel'.l-ight arIm, an1d
another around her waist, the umobrel- 1
la being about nine inches above her I
Our nleighborhood, like other por
tions of tihe county, is noted for the 2
hospitality ofits citizens and for its pret-- I
ty girls. The latter are hard to beat C
anywhere, but being only a school
boy I will let them vanlish from m1y%
imagination and live in joyous antici
nation of the future. s
Mr. J, Ilendrix McLane called a meet- I
ing of the oppressed laborers oie day I
last week at this place to address thei, 1
but was treated 'with the grentest coi
tempt by both white and colored, i-t
pecially by tile latter class, as oly on1 i
man came1 to hear him and lie was a C
white man. The Denioorats are be- r
giining to arouse. I see anl order for t
the club to meet at this place lext 0
Tihe mad dog excitement is causintr
some anxiety. Two or three dogs, f
supiposed to be mad, have ben killed b
ntear this pla1ce. *
Messrs. Idditorg, can1 yotu give tile t
defInition of amuck? I have consult- 1
ed Webster*, thle only authority L. have ai
at m~y command, and he~ seems1 to be 1'
silent. It' yOu cannot, ask our friend e
Major T. WV. W. to define it, and here- t
after wheat he writes for his counlty V
paper to make his statemaents plain, so I
that eyen schaool-boys cana comlprehlend.
(2much is anl East iIndianl word c
meaning slaulghaer.-Ens.] 0
Action of the Dotefr' in Alken, Ander
son, Kershaw and Marion,-Election of
LFROM TUE NEWs AND cOURIER
AIKEN, May 22.--AL the County
Conaventioni whlicha was hleld here *to
day In Lyceumn Hall, thae followving
gentleamen were elected as delegates to
the State ConventIon at Colunmbia: T.
J. Davies,'Frank Dnbhar, .James E. a
Cook, W. W. Williams andl JTames t
Aldrich. These delegates are all for
Hagood for Governot', and weare so
inastructed. .A test v'ote of the whmole ~
(Conavent ion waIs taiken. Thle vote (
stood 74 for H~agood and 33 for Garv.
No actionm as to tile time of nlomialf
tions wvas takena. Thte conIventionl, by
an overwhel minag m11ajori ty, adoptcil
the primary pln of election for counaty
ANDI~nSoN, S, C., May 22.--Thle
Anderson County D~emocratic Cluib
met to-day andc was -reorganlized for
thec camlpaign. Thlere was a full rep
resenatation from all the subordinate
ciLabs and the greatest entusiasm pre
valled. Maj. E.- B. Murray was re
elected county chlairanl by a heavy
vote. RtesoluItionls were adopted
againset making alny State lnminations
in June. E. B. Marray, 0. S. Matti'
son, Hi. R. Vandiver, E. M. Rlucker
and HI. J. Epting were elected to rep
resent the count in the State Convey
tion. They are all stron gl opposed
to Gary. Col. Jatnes L. 0rr waas on..
dorsed f'or Congress In a series of high..
Jy cornlmllentary' resolutions wvhicha
were passed with but 011e dissentinlg
CAMDEINJ S. C., May 22.-'The Ker.
shiaw t)emocratice county club met to
day, and elected a full 11agood'delega'
tion to the State Con ventionl. Thec
delegates are, Gen1, J1. D. kennedy,
Samnuel M. Boykin, L. La. (Clybuarn
and L, C. 'Thlompsonl, all of whlom are
in favor of making the State nloin~a
tionis inl June. Theo altertiates are Wl. (
L. D~elass and -Wmn. (Oly bun,~ The
Conavention passed a resolution ummali.
mous~ly endorsing Gen. J. D. Konnie
dy for the office of Lieutenant Govern'
MAnton, May 22.-..The' County Con
Ventiont met to-day, and elected the
following delegates to thle State Con
ventiona S Gen, W. W. Harllee, Col, I
Jo. G, lue, Col, R. G. IHoward, J,
J. M. Johnson, Esq., and JTas. Nortona,
Esq. The delegates were not in
str'ucted as to early nomin~ations or ..
proferenices for Gov'ernlor, but will'vote
against State naorminations ini June.
* Sowran, 8. 0., Nov. 10, 1874.
MR. WV. I. BARRIETT, Augusta, Ga. t|
Deat' Site.I lies me- great pleftsd I
utre to atts st' It *fgeiency~ of the I
pills received ?'m you a few days .(
ogo. They ha~ve needthished evy
thing that Idesired of hem, andI
have given advenid to neighbois.
.tedon mf farin. V roeot11ly,
-MTHE KELLOGG VtSR.
iw'eh ol enaitor Morgan, of Alabama
'flit Qatoslltan not at "Res Atdjelicata."
I11vbig givenl Senator 1llaitpton's
p)ecch onl Klilogg's (ase, we now give
it outline of I the argment3 on thie otil oier
i(1, ats eml'bracedt ill tie rueitarks of'
keiator. iMorg:n, ()If Alabma1ia:
I J ";aid th t hlI hi.,; opilioll, th1ii re04o
litions to uinlsuat ellegpg us 331tabli..led
hat the Pl'aek'-d 14:I'( islatire wa.is a
hamil, anld the 'Nicholls body thec trule
.egashilure ot' Lou sia. Congress
ould notl so decid uipont the legalitvY
f a Leg4ilattre as to preciuide a Sta'l'e1
roin decidinig otherwvito lir hersel 1
ti1 the Senate Couhd do in 1877 was to<
ccide for that mrticular occasion..
'acakrd's Siginatulre ais (overior Was
iiflucient (t) be regalrded as prima I
(aCie eVidentCe of the genuttinleneS of'
cellogg's cer-tiflicaltes,. Aflterwarlld 'the
4tate decidled in IhIvor ol the Nicholls ';
,egislat ure, and that bodly w'as recow- -
iized by all the worl(. The Semwll,
I temnporarily recognizing the Pack
rdt goveimllienit, did not b7ind Its owl)
itture action. The seat(ing of' Kellogg <
hereflore did not. bind tnl Y body, Ilot
voni the Seiate in exectitivo session.
It. M4)oVyan (id no4 t think t Seniate
hould I.o goveriied by rtles that gov
rn1 coulrtsJ but Commended the illusi- t
rationls h1e gave oil tills point to the
tlition1 ol' th1oseI uponl11,141 hel of
es (djudicata. The Constitltion made
lie .Sen4ate at all1 tiines judge of its
,wit memIt 13bbers. maid gave tihe Senate at
11 times th111 right to rlepresentation bo
1enators hosen by their Legislat'es,
'othilig could aict 338 asla estoppel 011ro
b4 Wenjoymeit ()I* tOlese rights. Tbc I
rincipl of res udjlicIa 0cold oily
e applied in suits between iidividuais,
ot in cases all'ectlin hg tile rights of
Ittes and of tile whole people. Mr.
o1g1nt held that lin adiitting Mr.
ouas 1as Senator the Seitate had trecog
ized the Nicholls Legislature ael' ill
liedly adnsitted that thle Packard Leg-!
slatlire was not legal. All meibers
I'the 3103 fr1omt Loulisianta were I
lected with tlh Nicholls government,
13d wvere! miated befltore KelloI gg was. 3
'he acion of 11e Senauto lin seating
itlgg was vi'ld it Could not (e
ie wlt. Was a Legislature. It could
101 int(eriirew ith ihe interior goveri
1ei of a4 Stade. A Stak vould be.
:n(wn1 o the ScInate of1icially onl
broih.h its camsltituted gov(ri'.nniif,
Is oflicers t4(Id is laws, and the Sel
e Could not Ig 11 lly relise to recog
ize Such gover innelnts., It shold act
1 harmonym1 with other departments of
hie governmenlt ill recoglizilg thle
4tate g'overnmen1ct of1 Loulisianail. Wha(
ver its opinion, it, m1ut13. recognIize thle
acts. Mr. Alorog-an showed that the
rigilal inquiry ill this calse aIts limit
(I to the title of the contestantIs. At
hat ilec no charges of corrutiptioi
ere Ir )o0 th Selate an1d it. was not
tropler for tile Conmittee to entprain
uich 1chrges 1111 tile question of tile
gal Legislature shou1ld be decidle(1. I
I. was, therefolre, impossible (1hatt Kel
igg's inoccue of' bribery could have
een established by a former report
bat 11e wis entitled to (lhe sc3t o the
3crits: flrther invest igat ion3 hns es
iblished Ils guilt. Mr. Morgan did
ot think the former cases decided by
3e SelintIt had est1ablishled the practicc
f res adIjudicata in Congress.
-fit the churchyvarld of 1oy(deii, Suf
>Ik, Elglald, there is a stonie wvhichi
ea rIs tis !1.5C'i nscrit 10: Ier'e Ic the
ody of W illiam Strutton, of Padding
oni, buried May 18, 1734, who had by
is first wife twenity-eight childrenl,
13( by a3 second14 wife) seventeen1, own~
,tther to for'ty-fire, tgran1diath1er to
ighlty-six, gr'eat-gr'audiathecr to inei
t'-soee, and1( grea3t-gr'eat-gr'and(1father'
43 twent-three--jin all tw'o hundred
--Food t-eatly benecflts Wyhenl prop-1
rly given at., the r'ighlt per1iods, b)ittto
vOribedl thle baby is to sickenl it, and(
nduce(1 a1 dlegree of' su1forinig ; Dr. Bull1's
lalby Syrupll is the best remlledv for the
Iiscomf~or't alrisinig I'om ove''feeding
lie baiby. Price 25 centsB. *
Ini cuseCquecelC of a1 report that 1has
>een (13cilated, that I hlave w ithldrafwn
ni 1'hvor of otheri canldidates, I herieby
leny ha3vinlg withdraLwn in favor of
ny 0110, andi~ at the same1 t!Ine beg' to
conder my th~anks to my many friends
or3 tihe suport and4 enlcouragemfelt
hiown me as a candidate for the ofilce
W. J. HIERRON.
Gray Fox Sking
, aiii The highest cash pricOs will
UJ. G. DESPO1ETES.
BE IT ENAOTEJD ANb ORDAINED b~y
Ltio.own Counejl of 'Winnsboro,
I. 0., and'b the authority of the same:
Phat until frther notice, the hoti'.s for
alling fresh ijeats within the oorporate
mti of said town' shall be .,bewe~ Xl1
eflook1, a. sI., and 4 o'clock, p.
Done in Counoil this 17th day of May,
880. ' A~j:A.BRICIE,
13 E' it oiiaoted mnd ordained 1)v tCi 1'
tendant andl WordlenA of the Tor
if inlusboro, 8. 0., in Cottacil Asst.
)led. and by tho author 1v of thi a: -r o:
I. That thoto sihal bt & 'rd of lealth '
rtoad, tot conist of ihro citliens of
he ton i, one) of who 1 shtiall be a pI r -tis
n1; 1)1h\ sioi'm, who alitl hol1 their oflicei
intil the fir.t dIag ut' May sitecetging 1
heir appiointment, aid until thuir sue
V-esors shallI be api,olhi-d.
]1. Ail lit! t turther aennted an 1 or.
lained, thut the i:inberi s of said fl oard
alil be ann'ua'ly nI- in Ii by vatah
,own Counciles ls 5oon as) 1 prr-iedl- AIutter I
he0 instaInlation of the ttendantt a1d -
Vialrdonls into oie.
111. And i it turthor cnitei fut or
bLinied, th at d turing the lnotiths of .Juno,*
uly, Augttst antI Septeinber tm said
loard shall unmine the premises of all
esi ilontii of, aid persons doing buineus
vithin, the corporate limits of said town C
t least oice a mi1onth. 1tftd ieiort to the ft
.'own Council any !uattor whielh, in thoir fc
udgment, is deteterious to the health of
IV. T1ha0 th le n-i-nibOrs of said ]OayLId ~
hall, in consieratiion of their turvict M,
") UXeuIp'<d f.u.a stict tax whilo in
V. And be it further enacted and or. 1
laited, that aniy pivVsii reiistitig thu 0i- C4
ruince. of the imembers of the said Board
pn u any part, of thoir premises, except
heir dwelling-houses, slall he finel Itvo
lollars for each offeneo, or be imprisoned
or twn dnys, upon convictioji.
V1. And be it further enacted and or- I
aided, that any person who shall feil or
tegiuct to abatIi tiny nmatter upon their
>rentises, ret orted by the Ifoatad ut pi
lealth as a nuisanco, for three days tfer \
Iotico re(tiring the same, served by theo
'hief of Police, shall be finted one dollar o
or each day's stuch failure or neglect. or nl
i'i mn prni-;oned one day for each day's such tj
allure or neglect.
VII. And be it further enacted and or
lained, that. the Board oi H ealth Shall
,'so, fr ,m time to time, renprt att iatter
lot upon the premises of any citizen. or
ven rot within tho corpiato limits,
rhich in their judgment initariously af- C
outs the heaitth of the the town, fi' the S
,ouncil to tako such actioD as it may deom 01
Under the abiove Ordinance the follow- P
ng citizoia are appointed as suchi board
>f health for the year cding May 1st,
881, viz: Dr. E. W. Aiken and Messrs.
Gerig and It. M. Hhucy.
Done in Council this the 0Both CIay of 1
tpril, A. D. 1880. under the corporato 0
val of the said Town Couuteil. Il
JAS. A. 11R1IE t
E. S. CHANDLER,
NOTICE TO TAXPAYJ?1ES,
WINssnono, S. C.. May 13, 1880.
THIS office will be open from the first
f June to the 20th of July, 1880, to re
eive tax returns of personal property for
ho fiscal year 1880. All male persons
>etween the ages of twtnty-one and sixty
'cars (except those exempt by law) are 7
iable to pol tx, and will report accord
ngly. I will be attend either in per an
r by de-puty at the following places on S
he days speified, for the purpose of re- o
civing returns, viz: 91
Caldwcl's Sftore, June 14. , ti
Gladden's Grove, June 15.
Durlhm's, June 10.
Bear Creek, June 18.
Woodward's, June 21 and 22.
RidgeWay, June 98 and 24. L
BI theod, Jn 25 p
Jennings' Store, June 28.-i fi
Jenkinsville, June 29. ., - a
Monticello, Juno 30 and'July.1,.
Feasterville, July 2 and 3.
Bluckhecad, July 6.
Blalance of the time at.Winnsboro.
I. N. WVITHE~RS
may 15-1ms Auditor F. C.
[11 FN1E LIQ U R S.
TATHIANS BROS.' Old Cabinet Rye,
LN1863, Old Rloanoko WVhiskey, 1860,
also, Rlotterdamn Brafidy a Cold IHant for
unch from 11 to 1 o'clock ovei'y day,
I HAVE recently 'made extousive addi.
1.tions to my stock *of Wilies and1(
iquors. which consista di f full assort
nient of Rye Whiskey, Corni Whiskoya
rench Brandy, Apple Brandy, Peach
lrandy1 Sherry WVine, ScappeJrhong Wino,
.hamipagne, eto., etc.
,/if I olaimi to s.ell the FINES~T AND
?URIEST RYE WHISKEY to be had in
VinnsboIro, Give it a trial.
I also also k op on hand a fitlil supply of
PiEGAR8 AKb TOACCJ,
n great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Call at the P'AL"ETTO UOUSE, in the
Vinsboro 110tel building. 5
hOW WATCHES ARE MlADE.
It will be apparent to any one, who will ek
mine a Sotta GornD WA Toh, that asido1 from (
lie necessary thickness for' eif'aving and
olishing, a large proportion iff the precious
total used, is needed only to'stittrn and hold
he ongra~ied l5etons in place, and supply theo
cessary solidity and strength. The surplus
old is Actiially needless so far as tiTILVIrY and
cauty are concerned. In JAMkS BOSS' PAT-r
CNT GiOLD WVATCHI CASES, this WAsTE of pro- )
louts flhetal is overcome, and the SAME sOxIpzTY
ND s'iaB1NOTHI prOduced at from one-third to I
nc-half of the Uisual cost of solid eases. This
rocess is oft the most sitnple nlature, as fol- I
ew g a plate of fhikel composititon metal,
pece aly adapted to the piirpose, has tWO ilatots
f SOLID GOLD soldered ofte on eh side. The,
,li'ee are then passed bet~oon polished steel
ollers, and the result is a strip ef fledty plated
omplisition, from whtich the oases, backs, con. (
res, bezzles, &c,, are cut and shaped by Siditd.
10e dies and formers, The gold in these cases (
s sufilefently thick to adinit of all kinds of
hasing, engrating anid enameling;- the en
rraved cases have been carried Until #0111 per
cetly smooth 1W titde afid 1:se without remov. .
ng Life gold.
THIlS 18 THI ON4LY CA82 MAD2c WITH '1'WO
'LATES d6? SOLID GOLD, A14D WARI1lABD 3
IY R1fCIA L COICTIFXCATB,
For sale fiy Connor & 9handler and 0. Mullter.
Lsk for illustrated Oatalogtt6 and to see war
afif,. idolt 11-txly -
NE1ATS-FOOT O11, Ltnseed Otff
iressed), Castor 011 (commoH), Cod
[iver 01l-pu'e Sctt's Etitlsle w
Jastor 0il, Emiu lonf~ ready for' uso in
For sale at the D Sntore o
'Ot COUNTY COMMIS)N Flt.
Tho frieuda c f Mr. JAMES W. COLE
A. respicttully nomitilitohi for the
lice 0f Couity Ccmm issinel- of Fair
Id-- subjct to the action of th l Mio.
Me.xsrn. Ild:o.e: Pleese anInunce Mr
E. N.ELIA( N, .1m.. Is at camniidaJo for
lierill' of Fairfield Countfy, at tho enso
'1 election---ubject to tIA aelloit 01' the
eikorticli, primar... MANY PRI.NDs.
The minhv friends of Mr. JNO. D. hit
AtI.Y, recognizing his pet'1ulbir fitness
r the olico, respectfully nominate him
r Sheriff of Fnirfield Coulty--sithject to
io ntioni or the Dr-inocratie prtriat'y.
?Olt COUNTY COMMISSIONtlt.
Messrs. BMiltors: P1-ase annonneo 'MR:
DBlIt.lT 1). flOLIcK as a candidatl to,
>unty Coniftilsi-oner of Faireld at tle
ting elecotion --s1hject to the notion of
o Democratic p'iuary.
olt s llo0 coMMIssioNfit.
The friends of It. JOHN BOYI), ap
cciating the skill, zeal and' fndelity
th which he has dischariged the duties
School Onmmissionter, respectfully
>minato him for re-election-subjebt to
o notion of the Democratic primaries.
Messrs. EdI-ors.' As nominations are in
eder, pei'int us to present the name of
JL. JNO. B. DAVIS nas a candidato for
ieriff at the ensuing election, subject,
course, to the actiott of the Democratic
lriiles,' MANY FnItEND8.
'o JUDG o'P P IROBATE.
Messrs. 1litors . Pleaso antAounce the
resent incumbent, J. R. 3&yich, Judge
Probate, as a candiddto for re-election
the onsuing elootion, subject to the
on of the Democratic party at the pri.
aries. By ad doing you will oblign his
14 MANY F1BNDs.
Messrs. B11Uors: Pleaso announce Mr.
Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
ernooratid noitilliatioh for sheriff at the
>ming eleutioit (subject to the deeilsati
the primar'y eleetion) ahd oblige ninny
iondsi in the
SouruwESTERN PORTION OF TIlE CoUNTt,
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONE1t.
The frienn )of Mr. James G Heron, of
ioms respectfully nominate him for the
lice of Coutity Commissioner at the on
Ling election- -subject to the action of
OR SCHOOL VOMMISSIONER.
The friends of the REV. JAMES DOUG
ASS respectfully nominto him for the
osition of School Commissioner of Fair
eld County at the Oliiibg electioni
ibjeot to the action of the flemocratic
arty at the primaries.
Messrs. Pditors: Please announce Mr.
AS. L. RICHMOND as a candidate for
heriff at the ensuing election, subject to
1c action of the Democratic Clubs at the
iinaries, and oblige MANY~ FuIE~sos.
.. may lu-tf
[eIYL MBATY & W1
ust t'deidct hihd to arrive it it few
fany new goods bought l1 efore the re
cent heavy advailcO, wvhicoh will
to sold at the verg lowest cash prices to
otir friends and diistditers.
flegant Otehlerus, Ii ntti Dr'ess
Goods, Mlonsi cloths, lhuntin , &c.
flece assortnient of Calicoes, a ulilins,
Lawns, 1iress Llsinee WVhite Gop~ds.
kerchiefs, Neokwear,' M:ove, A
~ou can iihaiat DWy doodil of tall
kinds at the COItNER STORE,
(i t .prices Willidh WVe gul~aatet
please or' wO do not ask a satles
fail early and give Guif stodk a thorough
inspection, it is
blir delight to show our goods.
Put stock of Zelier Brothers' fne Bhoes
and Bay State Screwed wats
rever better, and of these kind We nlIlUi
a specialty and warrant.
'Ie shoes in hjgh atid lo* OUtN, and but.
toi shoes 1f1 hih and low outs,
rig eIi lt ilien's gatrs, low cut shOes
hand and machlfe seted, ,ftirewedi.
Iveft the ohildren and bablids were rea
membered and anlite gelection-booight
fall at ondo and '. ake at seleotin of a
(iagdimere of Blue Flannel;
br leave youh measure for a suit selected
stare bargains in soft vit Ite Si
1Wat and i8traw Hats.
rew goods in IMfoj'kery, Glaswater Gre'
cetiEs, HoeA, Pjows, &e
lach department it ray for a look. Call
and buy atid bb es,
3'WO caw' loads due~ WhIte' (ern~
L two car loads Focdder, Hay andi
Wilt data Uit theit' .nterest ( daff
ni me beforqpoi e ~ elrprt asa
1880s SPRINGs 1880.
T. LANDIOCKER & B11O.
Anutitillidd the reedipt of a laI'gd tha
sortment of tpritIg oods in the
very latest ticigI-s and Nov
elties. .nd they <ier the
following goods as
hd a ay.
in the Boro.
Wool huitig ill all lesilblo khadtis,
Frebch Bunting in 13lirek and Navy Blue
the handscnmst over brought to this mar
ket. A beautiful lino of
ih ehti-oly How designs, with insert
inigs to muateh,
Just ilod atid roady for ihspection.
Call Ittid see.
Of all kidTs ahd of the best ,iality
at the lowest piossiblei figures. Cal early.
A large stook (if Coats' FurniRhing
Goduds for th', Spring trdo. Call aid be
Wo *ottld call the attentioti of the iilb
lie to our lafiitg studck f Ladies', Geits',
Mtissecs' and Childiren's Shioos, wvhich we
are niow dlisp~osing of' at a remarkably low
Pride. Giv'e its a call befoi-o goit pur
chaseoelsewhere~ as we feel satlsfiedl we
can~ suit yotu in quality4 style and price.
TRUN(S AND VALISES,
Weu will Roll ohr large stock of Trunks;,
Valises, Railroad hags and.Satchels at old
prices, although they havo ad vanlced fiul
ly 25 per cent.
AT JEARLA CALL
Will rep~ay ladies. We askc you only to
comeo to see our Htock andi lo hear the
prices, and if yOu do fit-t find It to your
advantage to buy, we will not ask you to
P.IMDlEMKER & BMO.
.A NEW stupply of Family and Platita
16 bble. Choice Now Orleans Molasses,
80 bble. Ohoice Cuba Syrup, bosides other
fashaoh' best grades Family FlotirI
A lot of Ihtetit F'amily f3loth-the best
in tho Boro.
All gfradeN, from tho highes't to the
Peaberry (something now), Rio atid
Java, Also Pai-ohed Rio and Java.
Boughit before the advance, ahcd othev
articles too hurnerous to mnettion. All
sold at the lowest possible pricesa
fob 28 -.
To ?ej'uons Aceustoimed to Sending
lily' by' Registered Letter,
&,gEltE'S NO SEOURIT'Y IN TNM.
If gtiu mois ey ja lost or stolen, you may
catch the thief, buit not the money-and
the amotley ls.lvidt ygt want. Tho Goyva
erneft don't repay stidh 1dse,
f'ion the WINNSBOBIO Nkt~fld41
BAlK, which *wll sell you at ten
6ents for' anidunfs hot 6eeddiftg fifteen
dollars, fifteerf oeiftit for aidunts hot ex.
ceeding tl~enty..fie dollars, twentyafive
*ente foiM anlountg dt ecededing soy enty..
five dollaae, and at not abovd fhree'
efghth# erw oept. for diay amoun6 labove
that. Yoh are ths bl hade
We dparanteo that, If ,ioun original
oheeftis lost or stolen, we ghe you a i
YZsC Il A
HN5ON, LARK OI
~MAS~rNEW YORK CIY.y
A large lot of;choiCogne, 2 .
tra ts npToilet Waters,
Toilet Powder, &o., &%. C1I2AP.
Juwr RECnVED nY
M~cMASTER,1 BIC~tE & CO,
CO 0l UNIEO0Nas iU 9
Allen's Luing laian, Thtt's E~xpeO.a
torant Ayer's PeKCtorIdY 5..
h'To s Ger n. byrup, Dr.
Jull'i Cough -Syrup,
of Tar and Wild
Ialantin tot' the iLunggi
Iegonan's Tolu and Liver;
Wort Expectorahtk Wild Cher'y
Pectoral Wino, l3rown's Mixtitre
Harter's Lung Balsam, McLahe'
Catarrh Stilt, MMastor &
13rice's Catarrh Shuf
Clloi'td of Potash togengs,
lrdWn's Broiichial Troohees,
14"ley's Carbolic Troohees,
McLane's Lung Healitig Globaleus
Pon SALE 31
McNMAST9ER, i1RICN & CO
IWI nsboro, and -am prepared td
nell sidJek stoc~k oli verf htnudmilddatb
I mnr termis, either fol' cash or 'on timne
until next lall for .negotiable papera
Persoins wishing to buy or swVap will
dlo wellI t~o call 0ok mo befol'o .ptirohasa
7i *ill also jftW the highest Uash 1*icc
tbeIivered at niy Stable on Congi'#s6
ML1'iI4, located one door soith of th0
an 20 A.trc~Plb
A IJARa* lot of Whhst lraii ab
.FIN]2ST Tobacco and Clgate at
T'HIRTY-FIVE Eartels all gtadea
Wines and Liqtiors at Donly's
FRESH Atdgttata ?lour~ Boffted
bMeal and Pearl Grits, at Dozulf -
A tuAHGI lot of fresh datuted -
do~ods and ranoy Groceries a*
ALL kiNis b* tf ardeti aftc
Plower Seeds, Clover and Grass
Sdeas at Donly'sa .*
EGO'i', Shoes, latg itardwg.
Crookery aii Glasw~aeWiea
i'are adWilloW~are~ at b~otiy.
IIE mne a mait aiidgqt~bi~~4