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TOSDAVP 41HiuF 0, t- t 18800
TrM8 oT? TiE Nsa AND IERALD
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We 1eturn thank to Mr. Clendin
Ing iot- some magniflcent tomatoes
and onions brought by him from Co
Itimbia. They were grown by .r.
Crawford of that plce, and are first
class. Give Clendining a call..
The Sixth Regitient SkY-\iv rs' As
sociation wi.l meet inl the 'own Hall
'on next Miondav., tile 12.; inst. A full
attendance is earnestly requested -ws
busi aness of :impor.tant lice will dielfelm
fore the neetig., prelaratory to the
granld reunion at Blackstock on the
6th of August.
RLIMIK2ZhC NCRS (OF II2 1AS2'\
Skoteu of Some P'rsmuient Men of Fair
Held, Now No Mor.
Ofessrs. Aitors': Alio W inc to npolo -
gize for omnit.ting itt my last the laines
of some of our most promlinaeit citi
Siii or FairNield. Amomags them allow
inc to commemorate the- memory of
Maj. Nathan Cdok, Maj. Thos. Cook,
Burrell B. Cok-, John mad General
Philip Cook. I w .ell recollect them all
-men of worth and initegrity of char
acter, well worthy of our remem
brance. East of the Cooks lived Maj.
Joshua Player. I ws inVited in 1825
by him to partake of his hospitalities
from a barbecue given on the Fourt.h
,of July near his residence, at which
his son Thompson delivered a Fourth
of July orationi-his ina11idenl spCch On
Ihat occasion, as tho Major expressed
i4. I knew but little of Major Joshua
Player at this time. I was afterwards
told that he removed from Santee to
Fairfleld-,was once a supercargo of a
ierchait ship fro:n the West Iadies
to Charleston,and was an officer in the
war of 1812. le was a practiel farm
er and a high-toned gentleman. I
knew his son lThompson Player very
intimnately-a prominient lawyer at oui
Winnsboro bar, and Solicitor of otir
Judicial District. 1le was a bold fid
vocate of the doctrine of Nullification,
with Levy, of Camden. ie removed
to Louisiana and there died. Amongst
the immigrants froma VIi';inla Was.'our
esteemed friends, Blehj. V. Lakin. anad
Maj. HIemry WI. Parr, who settled necar
Aiston about the year 1830. The
formner married Orace Pearson, the
duaughmte of Genm. .John Pearson, noWi
the oldest lady in Fairtield-. lie died
imay years ago, beloved for his many
Virtues as neighbor and Chrisiana. is
iephew, Mitj. Hlenriy W.V Parr, (1ied
not long since, beloved for his umaany
v'irtuies as neighbor and Christiana also,
Allow me here to pay the last tribute
of respcct to the menmory of myi es
teemed frienid, James Andirews. I
first knew him as a clerk for Col. WmVin
Kinaca'idl iin my boyhood, afterwards
as nmerchiant anid plhater. I t houghmt
in haim wereO contentrated1 morce vir.
tiues than in any ot.her man .I ever
know. H e beloniged to no Christian
denomination, but yet of exeni)lary
and moral d1eportmenmt, and beloved by
all wh'lo knew him, lie died not long
after may visit to hinm at .the home of
his friend Mr. ScrLuggs, in the lower
* part of Fairfild. My only prayer to
his memorvy is-R?equiscat in pace.
Itest In 1>eace, my cherished friend?
1 will naow recall to memuor'y nmy old
departed frihml and neighbior, ' Col.
Alexander ii. Hall, a native of .York
District, iIe married thc daughter of
Cap)taina Jas. Kincaaid, whlom I have
metionecd inl a fo)rmer article. Colonel
Hall possessed1 more of thme milk of
humnan kinmdndss thamt is gomeeally
allotted to muau, lie was a neighbor
inideed. Hie (lied were he livedl, and
his remnains were entonmbed at Rock
Creek Clhurch, wvith those of' his anmia
b)1li ad pious conasert-the first ini 1832
aund the other ini 183/&
Wmn. Rook lived for many years ona
Rock Crock, andl was a memnber of
Rao1k Creek Churac'.. iIe wvas indeed
a fairmeti le iaised on his own farm
his horses, Inules, hogs and( cat,tle, and
had lis cornerib at, home, le remnoV
ed in 1885 to Landator District1 wahere
lhe diedl about 1850. I muitst not forget
Drm. Thos. Fumanan, a native of Chester,
S. C., who lived and died just below
Monticeello, not long~ bef~ore ottr late
wvar. lHe, with George O'Neale, is
nara neighbor, were amnong~ the moot
tsef'ul citizenas of that vicmnage. Dra.
John McMahcrt was a woqrthay citizen
of westerna Fairfield, aind lived but a
few year's near Ashaford's Forry,
tyhaere lae died duriing our lt iIar'.
Capt. Jas., Lyles wvas a conaslstent amemn
bor and( deaiconm of' Rock Creek Chaurchm.
.Ile was a nartve of our Pistr'ict, but
removed to Misslssippl, wvhore he (lied
about 1845, beloved by all who knmeW
him, for his intega'lty and Charistiani
In my niext I will ciosb myr bio
graaphlicaLl sketches and WrIte on so -ne
othaer topid. e had some raimn last
evenmin g-much WVanted-thmanks to thea
MNost Hi gh. W. E.
AIltT,AND STILL. NEEDoS IIElf.-At a
inet#tihg ot'theo Mansin House ielef
Cornmittece held on thae 25th of June it
was antiotinced that only forty ponads
had been 1-eceived Sianed the last meet
ing. Onaly a thr'oo Weeks supply of
anone?t' oinlauns ani (Lier'd willl yet be
oight wveeks of 'intanse distm'ess. The
peopl6 can no0w look to chai'table or'
~~mauzatLions alone f'ai laimmauniy fr'om
faihinhod dt'Itig the next few monuths.
-A Syracitc' grocer itsed fo smoke
his pipe while leaninag agalist hIs 1ker
osente ban 'el.. His mall noW goes to
the* en ' ietORe
gi A 'a,a.Sto ,io. "hat Av'o S4id t
-. ,b rof,.
From the Detrolt FteoPress.
A week previous to the baRlo of
Vair Oaks a Now York volunteer who
bxssed the night inl a tent of a member
of tho Third Mchigan Inanti1 got up
iln the morning loo klg ver ug an uld
downhearted, and when -all ed about
his fancied botnestekiess he said:
",have 0111 a week to live! I had a
dream last night which has settled the
bushioss fot' me and lots of others. A
week from to-day a battle will be
foght ald thousahs will be slain.
My reglhncit \vill I0se over a hundred
mien, mid I slml be killed while char.
fig across a lleld.)
The mon laughed at his noody
s;pirit, but hie turned upon themn uit
"Your regiment will also bb in the
fight, and when tle roll is cAlled ater
the battle.you will have nothing to be
merry over. The Iwo sergeanits Wiho
were in here last ni1ght will be killed
amlonig tihe trees. I saw them lying
dead as3 plainly as I now see you. 'One
will be shot inl tile breast, and the
other in the grolin, and dead men will
be thick tround them." .
The battle took place just a Week
after. Th dtreamier wits killed inl full
sight of every 1111111 ill tihe Third before
the fight. was nil hour old, 1111d withinl
t\venty iainuites after the two Sergeants
and six of their comrades were dead
in the woods, hi exactly where lie
dreainer said th6 v would be. More
thani fifty mun will bear witness to the
truth of' this statenmint.
Just before IlIe bat tle of CedIr Creek
aiipseinthliel who wasm ol' duty tem
porlarily anld tryiig to ptit in- a little
sleep, dreamed that lie Went out. on a
scout. A iuill to the right of' oir
C111111p lie camile uipoll ia log bin11, antild as
it began to rin just then lie sought
shelter, or wa.s about to, wheni lie
heard voicesanlid discovered that lie
place wias already occupied. A'ter a
little ilinvestigatioll lie ascertalined tlti
three (Jonffederate scouts had taken up1)
their n llarters for. tho night, iln the
)lace, and lie thereforie mo'ed aIwav.
The sentinel awoke with such a vivid(
relmillbrance of detfails tlit I he asked
potIiuissioii to go over aind coiiller with
one of' the scouts. Whelii th(e lox barn
was desc'ribed to this man1 lie locittcci it
t. once. having passed it a dozen
timines. 'nThe dreamer des6ribed thle
highwly exactly as it was, giving
every hill aid tuirn, an1d the scoluL plt
such ftil h inl the remainder of tle
drelam that ie took Four soldiers, one
of whom was tihe dreamer', 1111d set, out
for the placc, Threv Confederate
scouts were asleep in the straw, aind
were taken% without a shot being, fired.
The dieam and its results were kniowni
to hundreds of' Sheriman's cavalry, and
has been alluded to at reunions,
The ight before tihe caviihrv fightat
Brandy 6tation a trooper whi) Slept as
his horse jogged along ill column
dretimed that a ce'lill aptailn in his
regiment would be unhiorsed in a fight
ioxt (ly) and while rising froiml his
11ll woultid be wounded inl the left1
knee. Everythling was so clear to the
dreamer flit lie took oppolrtility to
find the captain and relate his dreani.
"Go to Texas with your cronkin" 1
was all tihe thanks lie received, but lie
hadIl his reveinge. In tine very first
charge next ,v tihe Captain w1'as uln
horsed by tle breaking of the girth,
tuad was pitched head over heels into a
patch of briars. As he strugged out a
shell killed his horse and t wo men, anud
0110 of the flying pieces of iiron mnash.
edi the captain's left leg to a bloody'
pitlp. Hie is unow a resident of Ohio,
and1( his wvoodein leg is ind(ispuit able evi
dence that dreams sometinies conme to
Whlile afcClellaii \vas besieginig
Yorktown thne fun -wvas not all du one
sidle. Th'le Confederates had p)lenty ot'
shot aund shell, and (1hov sent them ont
with intent to kill. One morning a
Michigan in who was in the trcech
Cs walked back to a spot on whiichi
tihriee officers werdt eat ing brieaik fst
and warned, them that they were in
gr'eat peiril. On (lie igh'lt ioviouts lie
hadi( dlreamled that he had looked nit his
wvatch amid marked that it wuas a quar'
tci' of' seven, when a shell lilt thne
groud behinid him and( tore up thne
eairt.hi in a terrible way. It was now
twenity minumites of seven, aind lie be
sought the oflcer's to1 heave the spott at
onIce. llis earinest manner indneed
thneni to comply, and( they .had1( only
ireachied cover wh'leni a Con fedlerai'e
shell struck thie car'thI whtire t.hey had
b)een gr-oup)ed amnd mtadil a excaivation
into0 which a horse could have been
rolled wiith irooii to sparuic.
Thriee danys betoi'e thne afihir at Kecl
ly's Ford a tdoi-orl in the Sixth
M~ichigani Cavalry dreamedl that a
brother of' his, who was a seirgeaiit in
ainothier' company, would have his
horse killed ini action, anid would ail
mo'st imimediatelv' mounit ia darik bay
hnorse withI a whi'te inose. WVithiin lIhe
minutes both horse and( ider,c wvould
be killed by a shell. Tfhis drieami wtis
relatCd to mior'e Itan a score otf domn
rai(des f'ully two days befor'e thle fight.
Early in thle action the ser'genit's
hiorse was st.rmjck squar'e in lie forc
head by a billt, undi( drd' p))ed deadl in
his tracks. It. was scarcely thIree mini
utes before a white horse, carrnving" ai
blood-stniined saidkl, italloped imnp to
the ser'geanit and hialtedi. 110 remoiein
bored thec<,lream, and r'etused to mount
thne animal . and soon1 attet' picked nun a
Iblack horse. Thie wVhiite-nosed aninmal
wasyti miounitedl by a second( corplor'al in
anothner regiment, andt horse anrul(iier
moe t.or'n to fragments by a shell in
I11 si ght of four comnpani cs of t he
Sixtli. T1heso.things may seem vei'v
foolish now, blt there 'was a t.iumn
wheni a soldier's dre'ani savedl Gceeral
K(ihmatrick's lif'e; whienm a drmeamn clhang
cdl Oustcr's plauns f'or' three dlays ; when
a dream pt'evenited General 'Tolbeit's
efampt from a suirprise andt capliture;
autd when a drieamui gave General
Shieridani mfore accurmate knmow ledge ofC
Eai'ly's f'orces than tall tine scouts;
Scull. Siro,u,s, GAu., Greene Co.
August 3, 1876.
ii 'W. 11. BAnIErT i
1)ear Sir'-! have sold i)I. GILD
ERi'8 PILLS for tine piast t wo yearns,
amnd find fliat all iii this nieighiborhnood
appr)Iove them., Thd phnysicamns hiave
r'ecomiiiemndcd themi, andit the peoll
ill have nlone otheri. They are bet ter
LIVER PI1LLS than any I have amiy
krnowledge of't Very r'espectfullIy,
*f19 IIlnnYi MooRE.
-Jon Dnll says''H1'ls Adhi right
hiexcept tihe haflt6lhes," and thIs pointii
hie immedIately seoths by callimng '011
''Ancock and HI'english," A s for~ 'An
cock ho's heard of him as aiintrch-rebcl
who threw some tea ovoiboaird and1(
led ofF in the rebellIon agalmnat KIg
'Oeorge ; but ''who the bhawat ed 'e'l is
tihs fellow lI'englishn, of Ilhingana'
'E must be a .H'inshman, - as mall (ho
H'enlshes are H'Irly~
~ , I
"The Prisdott" says General
Ilutler, "Is anl autocrat."
-The Democrats have Rioir eyes
'sot" oil Illinois and Pennsylvania.
-,Trwelfth district of Ohio )omo
cratl candidate for Congross-G(oo.
-If Charles Francis Adams Adams
Were to be In the coming campaign he
would surely molt.
-Tle Hancock men 'laim that the
entire cost of their danvass at Cincin
1nai was Olly $W0.
-MAirk L. DeMotte is the Republi
can Congressiolnit cldidato iII the
Tenth District of I ndiana.
--A "Grant club" i S. Louis,
innlberingy sixty-fivo memibers, has
tranlstired its allegianlco to 1incock.
--Onl accounit of the new cenlsuis the
city of Clovelanid expects to have a
I.bIllber ofr Cong'ress all to hersell.
-The New Orieais Tmes (Dem.)
djes nIt think that Ilancock is thli
strongest candidate thit, could havew
li-William Mickinley, of Stak coun
ty, is (he Repiublidin CoIgressional
candidate In the seve.ith district of
-The Democi'atid prvss is Inaking
f'rantic but vain ellovs to prevent the
"'riaud issue" from slipping out of its
-iHoclester. Express (11ep.): "It
is nto(. knowii that General Ilancock
has any political opinions on the ques
tiolns of the dlay."0
-The Indianapolig 1fournal says
that IiacockWs maiy beamy is about
thiesnm otil of his qualificttioln for
-The Leptiblicanl pecss will try to
n111k1 the campaign assume (hm formn
of' coits bIetWien till aristocratic
and a pleboian t(icket..
-Erie Dispa/ch (Iep.) "In the
nireer of Gena'1vl l lanl,-ovk there is nto.
at I'coMilledutioln for thie PresidelNcy
)to( Ibund in Genlerial GarlicId."
-Kaw,as City Times (Den.)
"With 1ancock as at candidate the
donbt fill Sates are not. New York or
-hl an ha, bill. 'emsylvai, Wisconsin,
-The .Repuiblicans of Boston arc' to
ratif'y 111 picsidentil ioinilations in
Fui l al 1111 onl Vedie.day eveninlg,
11nd I-he Democralts inl the s'ame1c place
oil Thursday evening.
-St. Louis imes (Dem.): "A long
pull, at srolg ptIll anld a puill aplogeth
clr will 1feh tIlinlois to ite Deilnocria
ey with at makjoriRy of'20>01)0 for 11an
cock and Vor Trumbull ink November."
-liepublican papers insist, almost
poieously, that "it is t sin old
caulse to be fought ovel." Be>re the
end ofthe calpaig11 they will hoiestly
believe that, ilancock is'a ''rebel briga
-Nashville A merieau (Dem.): "Ac
tive work, a sharp, aggressive canlvis"
anld deermlinled resistance to frau111d
wvill place Pennsylvanliat backc a0on"
witi Ne\v York in t1e Demoratic
-Boston Ierald (1nd .) : "It seems r
to us that the Democali,L, 1) lnoilitat- p
ing General Ilancock, have signified
thelir abandoninient of extreme anid
u1tenable views inimlical to the war
-Ex-District-Attornev E. I1. Lath
1vO), ohe of the leadiig flutler men in
MNassachuisetts, has written a letter
riningtit his miembershtipo thte
Ianiler State central committee. Hie
fights with I1anio.~
--Milwaukee Sentincl (Rep.) "Thme
Democratic iarty dlid wel1l to nominate I
0111e 0other 111112 Tilden01, Scymiiour or h
J.Jayartd, becauIIse of intternal dliscords.
It wais fortun ate inI1(11 n mnting a man11
of'I lancock's perisontail cIanness antd
--"General B. F. Butle1r character
iztes Gaiirfieldl an d 1llancock as5 "'politi
cai accidents.'' ''Each candidate,''
says he, will carry' thte full vTote of htis
party. Both are my friends ; both hiave'
quialities to akdmtire, and both are repf
- New York I[erald (lInd.): i
the Garlieid boomi cannot be hold to
gothetr exOcpt by assessing (te poorly'
1a1id wvoimn cilerks in thte depar1ntentjs
tat \Vashingion, a111 ndhiing al d(ismnis
sul inl ca1s of non1-palymnentt the said1
1)oom1 is not wor'th1 saving."
-Om'aha IIcr'ald (D)em.): "Against
the chariges of' corruplltionI pre'tbrredI
against G4arfield and te violation of
civil service or'der's by Arthur', the
litepublicanas can find( 11o refuge in r'e
taliation. VTe case looks 1hopeless5 for
them. For the D)emocracy it looks1
"WeV hold( G:eneral (on-i1lie-ld thea mlartil
o iual of' Genterai I lancock, andt we
(hely thant G enerl1 lantcotik has a sit
glhe civil atribute to lit htim for' Chief
Migistrate ; whtile alli the counttrv
knows that James0: A Garfild Is one of
theo tiltest tunonig all 0112 statesmen for
the honor's anid the responsibilitics of'
-'The Anti-Third 'Terma Leagume, ofs
Philadelphin htas 1)assed( resoluitionts(
har'tilyv idorsintg te ntominIationi of]
Glarield antd A rthur', andt dlepre'ctin l
I the111111 nomin t ib the .1)eiaiocaso(f''
inanl1 whose onily' a'rainintg has beceif
I 1a11. of thte armyit, and1( whtose r'eputa-]
ittmi, solely mailitary, is (lie prime
meaOfsurIe of' his unflI itess for' lie htigh
est civil position ini thte gift of' the peo
--Oite of' thce keentest of political 01)-(
sci.Vcrs su1ggests thalt lIancoc00k'S chicf'
weans's mi the str'uggle for thte Presi
deincy will be Ilhe fact I hat lie is a rep
resentlative of the West Poinitideta. Tihe
0old jalousy bet ween) thte v'olu-i"Icer and(
the regular army service is sure to be
r'evivedl, and1( will deprIive the D)emo
crafts of' thlousanids of Votes which
under01 te 1nspiratijolt of simic patri
oitism 11ight couan. ('or thle her'o of'
Getty'sburig. The ethuitsiasmn over' theo
name31 of I Iancock, lie thiniks, wvas at
flood1 tide irm1uc'diately after' the ntomi
'-Thse idea is gr'owing in this con
i'y thant thec Chief' Magistrate .shouald
rather lie a moder'nthig than a positive
tjuantity ini the pr'oblemn of govem'n
nmoen, ad should (delegaite all the dec
tails of' his policy to hius Conameil of'
Mlinisters. lice imay' easily be
oxpl,ained the fact, that the gendius of
our lmst itutiiQIns-as r'epeatedly illits
trated in thei' historvy-seemfs not to "
ri'(ir'e a man of brillIiant thought. or ,
61' vast Intelleet ln (lhe chair of' the
Presidency. FCor the safety of theo
Republic, It appear's to an immeniso
rnaas of' voters bettr' that the Priesia
tenit shoul 1(1epresen501t thet aver'agt
a'ither thlan tihe highest Iitelligentce of1
the people. And~tis Is ontly one of
the nai'ked conservative tendenicies of
nodern.i Amer'ican~ politics.
--Rbscr'ibo to TzImE NEWS AND HER
I N Y LIQUORS.
N ATTIANS 0.'d CAbineotRy
1863, Old Rtoafnlko.Whisk(y. 18gm.
k1so, Rotterdanm Brandy. Cold Ilain for
unch from I I 1 I o'6olo'k overy da,.
1AVE re0ently mado extrni,ve (addi.
. tionH tO My Rtook of Wine-i uIad
iquors, wliih 4con11silitf of a flull isor'.
nent of Itye Whiskoy, Corn Wbiskoy,
French Brandy, Appo Brandy, J'enteh
Sran dy, herry Win1e, boulpperholg Wine,
)hazunpaghc, eto , ato.
. v I 1laim to 8All thn VINEST AND
PlUit *1T wiYE W HISKEY to bo had in
linllsboro. Givo it a trial.
I also also k 1up on hand it full Supply of
qEGA ?S AND TODA CO,
i great va'Oly, jand daptjd to theo tastes
f overy bod y.
Call at the PAL. F'TO 11USE, in tho
'vinhsbor-o Ildtol buildinig,
Gray Fox Skins
Ypossum Skins, Coon Skins,
1 1a s,
A!Fi The highest cash prices w
U. G. DESPORTES.
110W WATCiES ARE MADE.
It will ho. apparent to tny one, who will ex
m11iN n I-.19 GoLD0 WATCH. thU1t, n.ql from
'0 n)ce1ssary .i IckneSS rfor '21gra vinog anIl
ollsvng, a Irg proportionj of tho preciods
letal Used. is nzeded only to stifen and hold
be engraved portions in place, and supply the
cessary soiidity (and strenigl h. ''ic surPius
Ol Is actUal;y 11eI108 80 fllr* 18 UTIiITy anid
caulity are concerned. In JAMES BOSS' PAT
NT G%* OLD WATCl CASES, this WASTE of pre
ious mietai i overcome, and the SAME SOLIDITY
N) STuNGTHni produced at from one41 litrd tb
ne-hialf of the usul), cost of soll casets. This
rcess is of the iost filo nature, aA fol
nvws: a plat.e of ninkel comoposition meta1l,
)cianIy ndapted to thorpitrpose, has1 two plates
i S01L1D GoLD) Eoldered ~o on (rach side. Trhe
bree n-er then 1)assed( betwcen po0lshedl steel
ollers, and i hc result is a strip or l'eav'y plated
ompositlon, from whIichI the cases, backs, een-.
res, be0:zzles, &c,. nrticut. and shaped by Suilta
le (lies and forimors. The gold In these cnses
sunficient.Iy thiek to admIt of all kinds of
hasing, en1gravlng and Onameling; tihe en1
rav'edl calses hate Ueen carii(d lft InI worn 1er.
ct.ly Sinloothi by tIlne and( 11s0 witliout remiov
rig I bo 0;old.
ThIS 18 TIIEONLY CAsE 3MADE wITII Two
LATEs 01F SoLID) GoLD, AND) WVAR1IL\NTED
IY SPECIA L CERT'lIFI CATE?.
For' sale by3 Connor & Chandler and( o. AMulleIr.
esk for Illustrated Cataloguo and to see war
ant-- 1m01 1 l-tx1y
A 4LRGE lot of Wlheat B3ran at
FIEST Toliacco andi Cigars aL
T HIRTY-IFIVE Barrels all grandes
Vines and Liquors at Donly's.
FRESHi AugusBta Flour, Bolted
leal aild Pearl Grits, at Doinly's.
A LARGE l~ot ofb fresh Canned
icods and Fancy Groceries at
ALTL KINDS of Gardeon andt
'lower Soeds, Clover and Grass
leeds at Donly's.
BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, Hardware4
3rockory and Glasswvare, Wooden.
rare aIid Willowwaro at Donly's.
GIVE me a call and get a bai'gain.
ap)l 10 Oni the Colrner.
RutIuuEn T s
I[RON BITTERS, Lelbig 's Etract ol
Beef, Cod LIAer Oil, Coungress
F~or sale at Drug Stoi'o of
jino 11 W. E. A TUEN.
-Subelribe for the NEws ANf
Th'Al friends of . 1VIORER YONGU
nomlinito h'i' a itudiAnte for. the otilh
of Seriiff at' ihi enfsuing .lOctionn"-.ubje
to the actio'n of-the Demociatio prinmarie
Mersr. IdliIor::. Plecse announce M
. ,, E.,M-L4sN, J1., as a 'aldidate f<
Shoriftof Fairfield Cminty, at the eni
ing election--81ubjeet to the action of t1
Demo-ratic prinary. MANY Fn:Nns.
The inany friends of Mr. JNO. D. M
CAltLEY, recognizing his pceuliar fittii
for the oflieo. respect-fully noiinato hit
for Sheriff of Fairileid County--subject i
tho action of the D4mociatic primary.
AMe.ss. Ilitorw: As nonimintions are i
order. permit. us to present, the naile <
C.0L. INO. B.. DAVIS e- a candidate fA
Sheriaff at tho ensuing election, subjec
of course, to the actioi of the Demoorat
pritaries. MANY FRI:Nus.
3hesr.s. Ailor-m: Pleno announco M
JAs. L ]uidIINOND a.s citandidate ft
Shoritr at the ienmuing election, subject. I
the action of the Dejmiocratic Clu4i at. t.
primtries, and oblige MANY FaRUrD.
.Alessrs ])lflor': leilse pi'iuntco M
J. Preston d.*oojvr pHx aclindidate for tl
Demiocratix nomination for sheriff at i
domihg election (subject to the decisia
of the prihary election) and oblige nan
friends in the
S6uritwr.sruniv olTiON OP TirE COUNT
FOR~ COUNTY COMMiSSIONEj
Messrs. Blifor': Please annv)une Ml
CIAAi'S DOUGLASS atsa candidato ft
.County Commnissioner of Fairield, sut
ject the result of the Demoduratic priiani
Messrs. FAitors Flease announco MAi
J. E. POWELL as a caididate for the oflic
of County Comminsioner at the ensuin
letion -s!ubject to the action oftho pri
mary oe-lion. of the Democrati elubs.
The frienda of Capt. JOHN A. HIN
NANT respcotfully noinnate him for ro
election to the ollice of Count y CommiS
signer- -Fubject to the result of the Dejid
Messrs. Eiliors: Tho frieiis of WIL
IA. AIKEN. Esq., respectfiify announc
him a candidato for County Comini
?iolor at the ensuing election, subject t,
the result, of iht Dniocratio primaries.
lessrs Rllors: Please innoun.c J
R. HARVEY, Esq., as a candidate 'for th
office of County Commissioner at tile en
s.uing lection--suhject to the action C
the Demilcratio clibs at the primary eOct
tio-i-and obligo his
iessrs. Jlitors: Please alilholitce Ni
H. M. ZEA 1. am a ennjididnt for the ofie
of County Commissioner at the ensuin
oloction--subjct t the action of th
Deonicratic primary. MANr FIENLs
.kr's~ . .ILitfors: Please4t annliOnnfO ll
H. OSCAR D UKE as i can<dliate for Count
Comnmisrioner at the ensuiin eIectioi
aubjct to the actikn of the )emocrati
primalry. MANY FRIENDs
The friends of Mr. JA MES W. COLE
MAN respectfuli nominato hiin foi' th
ofnlco uf County' Commissioner of Foa
field-subject to the action of the Demo
Merssr's. JVI;or's: Pl"ase auuioun~ce Ml
ROBERT D. BOLICK as a candidate kt
County Commissioner of Faiield at thi
ensuing election--subject to the action
the Democratic p)rimary.
Tfhe friena iof Mr'. Janies G Heron,c
Sallemi, re(spectfully nom -nate him for thi
omieo of County Comminssioner' at the er c
sumig election. -suibject to the acetioni c
the Demnocratic primary.
FO SCIIOOL CO313NISSIONEli
Tihe friends of D)R. JOHN BOYD, ai
pr'eciating the skill, zeal antd fide'lir,
wvitht which he has dischargedl she dulti(
of School Cm n missioncr, respect lull
nominate him for t'e-olection--subject, t
the action of the Democratic primaries.
The fi-iends of the R1EV. JAMESD1OUG
LASS respoectfully nominate himl for' th
lpositioni ol'School Comimissioner of Faii
Iield County at the ensuing electioa
sub1ject to the action of the Demoairati
party at the primaries.
FOR JUDLGE OF PROBATE.
Mfes. Editor's :Please ahir,onnreo th~
present iuncitmbonit, .J. iR. loies, Juaf
of' Probate, sa'addl a'r-lbf
at te enuingelection, subject to tilea
tio oftheDeocratic part,y at tihe pri
maries. By so doing you wvill oblige hi
14 MAir PlIIENDs.
TO THiE CITIZENH 0O' FAITRFIELD
'IT hAYE estaihed ac rSalo Stf>)j a
Rell stockc stoo~k onl very aicconnniodat
ing termias, either' forl cash1 01' on1 htm
until ntext fall for' negoiable paper)C
Per'sonts wishing to buy13 or' swapl wil
do well to cull onl me b)efore4 plurchas
i.v will also pay the highest cash pie
CORN AND F0DD)ER
Delivered at niy Stable on Congt's
Street, located onie door' southl of thi
J. E. 1? D)ONAL)
ATT"ORNEY ATr LA W,
?,O. 39 LA W i N
WINNSBURO, . c.
1W" In ntear of Vott IIouse,
Druigs, Medicines, Toilet Goods, et
- H l
JA Ef %3ATY & wutS
W"st rceivel aid to arrive in a few
- "N'n new W"10' bl,11ht )fbo the re
ent l4vy I'dv1e, %n hich will
Beu sold at theo very low-est cash prices to
our fri endsl and cadomI1fers.
SElegant Cashmos, Hlernahi Dress
A niice assnortmnti of Caicoes, a 11 neln.
Lawns, Dross Linens, White Goods,
Torehou Laces. Edgings, h-osiery, Hand
1,eorchiefs, Nekwyear, Gloves, &c,
e You ca find. in fact. Dry Goods of' all
kindsl a~t tho (ORNER STORE.
tA a prices. which. we gtuirantro
,pleaseo. or we do niot ak ia sale.
Cail early anhd give our Mtock a thorough
Our delight, to sh'ow our gu6dd.
Orstook of Zoiglor Blrothei-,' flno Sh'oes
anl1ay Stato *erewed was~
~ Never botter, and of those kind (Vo make
at spocirlt. Ilha( warranft.
.Tie shoes ini igh and low outs, and but
..- ton shoes in high and low <,.uts;
'o hfigh cut mxeni' gsiit:ers, low. cut. shoos
-. handl atnd maciihirie s'wedg, srwd
. Eve'n thoelihildren and1 baioH wer(i ro
0 membereioid andl( an fico selection biought
Caldl at once and make a solection of a
0 C(assimore or BIuo Flaunnel;
SOr heave gour meoasuro for a sulit selected
Uaro Iiargins ini soft FelL Hlats, stiff
Hats anid Straw Uants.
New& goods in (Jroelkory, Glassware, Gro
e'ics, Hloos, Plow, &o'
E7ach dopartmnft is ready for a look. Call
,and buy and be plesedc.
Remo bor .onr mnotto is QUICK SALES,
A lai-go lot of choice Cologne, Ex
tracta3, Soap;ToileL WVater's,
Toilet Powder, &c., &c., CHEAP.
JUs-r EnbEIvED BYv
McMASTER, BRIICE & CO.
Allen's Luing Blalsam, Tutt's Expec
torant, Ayer's Pectoral, Bos..
choe's Gerninhi byrup, Dr.
Bulil's Cdligh Syrup,
of Tar and Wild
l3alsam.for the .I.unnrs;
Hogeoman's Toln and t.iver.
wort Excpectorant, Wild Cherry
Pectoral .Wino, Browvn's Mixtitre,
Harter's Lung Balsam, McLne's
Catarrha Snuff, McMastor &
-lBrico's Catarrh Snuft,
. , Remedy,
Chlorate of Potash Lof:erigs;
Brown's Bronchial Trochees,
.Eloy's Carbolic Troehbs;
MIcLane's Lnng He6alin~g blobules.
Fon SAtsE y
McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
' asr ie to Tat Ne~ws AMo HEll'
W .GAN0T....8NQ HE m
In the -old' Jla e any Ingr Itd
too small. Not half, lalt, 'etffugh
for oir family,- h6uilrohl gofid aiid
trade; therefok-e We ihall break cainJ)
July 1, next-, and eatablish new nW
sical headquarter" in the handsomo
te' Domblo tre
COR. CONGRESS & WIlTAKER ST&
Whore we shall have the largest
and finest Musical Warerooms iii
the enti:e South. 1101re we go,
We mst, to save heivy 'gxpeuse
and labor of removal. close'utpout
Ohtiro stock of PianoH and Oidatis
now on hand abd to arrive priov to
July 1. To do thie we shall inau
gurate forthwith a
GRAD CLEARING OUT 84LE1
Commoneing May 15 and ending
July 1, during which time we shall
sell at Manufacturers' Wholesale
10 Favorite Pianos.
27 Chickering Pinhos.
21 Lighte & Co. Pianog.
50 Mathushek Piano.
5 I1allet & Dais Pianos.
62 Soltherh - Gem Pianos.
28 Guild, Church & o. Piailod%
44 Sterling Co. Organs.
100 Peloubet & Co. Organs.
110 Mason & Hawlin Organs.
All ne and just from factory. Also,
100 Second Hand Pianos and Or
galls. Most all of them ised only
from one to six nonths and precisely
as good ats new.
DON'T MISS TIS CIIANC.9
To secm:re a fine instrument "awful
cheap. W1rite for Clearing Out Sale
Cireulirs and Prico Lists, and be
quick about it The sale onds July 1
LUDDEN & 3ATES'
Wholesale* Piano and Organ Dealerss
-Therefore wve take pleasiin in an
nouincing..to. our friendls and cusa
t,omer's that we. have made a great
redudtion in prices o.f oy'r sLdek. We
are determnined never~ to be
We isill g'Ve our customers a sp,.
cial benefit by offering great and
. . Calicos, Musliis, Swiss, and afl
kinds of White Goods for summei
GREATLY REDUCE.D PPIONS.
Suitiiigs; Linen Biintings a+, gi''ea
ly reduced Prices.
.Cottonades. Jeans anud Cassiier
at greatly red.uced jrices.
Just received a new lot of LAdigk
Missos' and Children's Slippersa
.A new invoice of' Gents' Nearfs,
Necktioa ai.d Summer Uideiwear,
which will be sold cheay.
WHITE AND COLOREINSMIUTS~
110sqUITO N]ETTING 1
Thani Ever iii Embroideries, Ho.
siery, Notibbe, etc.
We ioiv have on hand a'fuill stock
of Olothing, Boots, Shoeg, Hats aftd K
Gonits' F urni shing Good s t*ive us
a call before buying elsewhere and'
NTEATS-1/OOT Oil, LitAecd~l'
eae ,CCtstor (oih(on'
F?or sale th