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--Tri-wgelblv edition, four dollaro per
anSMA";un 6' 4 r.;0lY bailit"
two dollars a'SOy cents PeOWnwtm,
ina , oral1isoppt to f#ub,
bf five anid udpwa rds. C .-, ..
per ic. for the! 4!*t i.0ortion; 4ad
fty cit per 4')li.for each subseq ei4t
user(ion. These rates apply to il ad
;$erIsemiti, of-whatevelr nlatu 1,0; huid
are payabersti-ietAy hi a4v.i ne; Con
. raots for three, SIX or two ve mouths
plado on very liberal terims. Tran
Went 1944 .6Motices, fteen cents poi.
line for the first insertibi apd seven
and one-hanlf cents per line for capil
Albsogilaitisertion'. Obituaries Alid
tributes f respect. charged as .adver
tisements. Simple anliouncements or
narriages.and deaths published f'eb bi
charge, and solicited.
Al I comm unications. -f hatsoever
nattare. ehbilid be adjlr6s ed to the
Winibihoio ..Rublishfi1. Company
Knights of Hnbi-'-E. S. Chandler;
Subscribe to Tin.E NEwa AsN IDl*
The case of Alexander Laughlin,
charged with the larceny of bank bills,
has bein cOn,ited to the iiext term
Of court foi W6,1,16k'
.Sculobt 01EiUii-lpN jio closing
exercises of Mr. W. J I , iei's school
will take place on Thursdiy, gitlh ic
+iews by. the pupils and a talk by Mi
R. M. Davis, after which there will be
h school icnie
The south-eastern portion of the
bounty was visited with a good rain
on Monday night. This section lias
suffered a gi-eat deal.from the drought
this sutniier, btit the recent rains have
niftdc th;g'is to 1ii p
Wero repesed to see M , ThomhA
McKihistry in. towil, aid. that lie has
partially recovered from the severe
fall lie rdceived' severil iveeks hgo by
his muule- running tindbi' a liinb With
The census returns show that a col
ored man is living inl Fairfield pavint
a 6hil bqvi in 187'iiied Daidef IF
Chiiril'la~i' iAnd inother I 18'77.nani
ed Wade-11ampto'i.. lie e.vidently be
lieved that thelpow6rs that be are or
tlained of God, and accepted the situ
AnOUND ToNvp.--ti o6o' s tlt 6
county alditor *6ro clos6d on tlhd20'(h
Messrs. McMaster, Brice & Co. have
made quite an improvement in the
front of their store, enlarging the win
dows dund recesshig the doors.
. Mr. Desportes is iJpro-5rug the
4buildings occupied by Mr. S, S. Gib
b-m and Messy's, Cuynmings & Co, A
coat of paidlt *io.tta *o'doers
. The Palmettnes defeated ' theo Athlet
ics i the game of base-ball on Tues
day. Twenty-five runs were allowed
to the lattir.
The money otdcr.4yAtLn\ilf' fo'inof
op)eration ini the pos5t-office shortly.
The necessaury prel ininaries have not
yet been n'rranged.
The chsterni at the court-house is
having a new covering put over it.
The water is . now about nine feet
licep. . -
,Tom Jacob, the colored anan who
was so severely Ijured in the wvell two
weeks ago, and whose life was saved
only through theI ljeroisia of Mr.. Lqi
fayette Potee t.fd Tudrness Tayl'r,i
The P:'e.shyteridn Chiuich' is rojady
for. occupancy.' . . .
Mosquitoes are dreadf\ul these nights.
DUMPERam's OnEEK,m ifff 19.-.Last,
week I had . ocasion' to- visit Salem
Church tififghorW'old, anid )hen tTiger,
- had an 01ppor1tunity of sedine~ the grow
ing cr ops I tha .Qechoo. I n m.y op iin
lon the crops are not as 'promnisingo as I
hiive seen thleni In previone ydr niot
from a.ny deficiency. in the. wpr k, bIt
only fVonite Vlea.' g 'irtld'd dyoght
that has pr ev.ailed mn this and .other
ecations of dur county.' Th,is. ovening
however, the hieawns~ are bia'ct 'ilth
dense clouds, and apparently in a
short ime we will have.a good fall of
1%; rr,Wfdri? iyrflCpyy t $1*
Services were-hiefd at Saledm Church
on Sunday last, by its pastor the Rev.
W. W.. Mills, vfYo,' thloug.hH , feeb.c;
mannier, a sermon calculated to en
lighten and benefit the audience.- Af
ter' the services' sie' E ov'r l had 'the
1?leasure of. .meethng a number of m
old school nteates,'who&greeted ub myt
smiles and a heamut 'ietcome. -We
ndso had the pJeb.ere of meihig onE o)
friend.J,.G. H1, wyho is a candidate for
County Coi.hpissioner, and who is cor
ftiin to be:eloetp.d ,for the set teo.'
11is abilitf is hfnout.ted, for auf .W'h
cjpn ouf tallk J, IIcndih fidLpne, the
G reat ilg .i1est of Greib a1ism,,
is no cot most~ main, and .he will ,get
the vote of ever'y , m.gn, Qtt kijows
where the shamrock and thist[,e,growr
All Irishmen and all white Mena Wifl
- c'ome forward and vote for 'him.' I
sk,'Messrs. Editors, should such a
man sobyatd so yop;u1ar hii th6
opinion Afdle ilub1$e, .ot bo; PfOniO,
I. ed?--yes! yeogil ye8U!.
t.seeni thsinnt.it ihMr
JTamecsB, Tuiro: arni twio'other good
men in :the~ fLgislatre, .odrafir
would-be in. competent hands...
We notice sprite,Of)Vinnsboro's fair
est little h,elles are.oiit on a visit in the
countfry-'0M1s Annio -Turnelig Miss
Emma T6ruer.andMfis .Emmn 1Lan
-derdaje. We' hope. they have had a
~easatit hle'fid~ ill t4avo n with
athfer visit soon. Iaz
trkif n to oulturqa h.,Mmot walkfa'
Or fas1u1ou'sgkddy p& a s.
A thoughtail Irl, so weot and Wise,
Wit,h earnest ce aid deep gray eyes,
The farikbr's gentle daughter.
.VA?n morn till evo tbo little Iupid
s busy at he' labor
She sweebps, dfieta, and feeds tbp 11ens1
. And never ininds her neiglibor '
No gossips ever listen to,..,.
(A nierit rare 'twq9i me and you)
Thus, lives the tarmer's daughter.
On bakif days her tiny bands
Are ski u.at the inaking; ....
Nobread more high and sweet thali
Was ovor inade byr linking:'
13ho churns tihe butter, golden sweet,
Atid keeps the dairy clean and ]io
This farner's busy daughter.
Her garden is an iRden fair,
,A bloon with phliks and roses;
She knows the nme,gv.r .0ower,
And m6akes gor:eorgeous posies.
Grows pe and radishes and cress,
And corn.and .squash ahd herbs to
$+ ss, . :.. 0
This farer's haippy daughter.
Long mnay she bravely smii us";
Our tiallingx houselh6ld fair, I
The queeii ofgarden, house a'nd lot,
To teali 11 b%y hler pleatsal 'st wayV
T" love the th6ings ofi!.c'v6y dyay,
%od bless the f rnmej's daughter.
--A ruche of laces is worn at the
tops of long lace hrJU
-11eliot.rope ad I.rpd is the ie t
combination in c r.s.
..,Languedou lao Is not quite so yel
low as when it first appeared.
-Some pretty neckties of black or
breni,n Suit 11k' hre spotted with
-Lace around the neek'is g'eneratly
arranged to fall downwards over the
-Real flowers are Wgye wQrm t4fiii
ever, and are to be seen vith lacb
Ihldis and neckties.
-Spotted silk gloves are now sold
for weariig with the Spotted sateen
and. foulard qoStu -
Orange-colored 'iM is reported from
across the water. It is more becoming
to brunettes than to blondes.
,:-Colored baynleuses for edging the
skirts of*colored .dresses are very fiish
lonable and are inuch nore durable
--recn leavcs are hardly peimitted
io the flowe wori this *year, but,
strange to say, for the first tiUe- they
are green flowers I
-New English lawnm tennis dresses
have the dark Jersey and white llama
skirt, with lines of color at the ege
i.d a moveable hood of white lined
With color; a neat IeAther bad ronnd
-Sonic of the newest parasols are of
cream silk, covered with three deep
flounces of crepe Indian muslin, edged
with lace. On one side the cenAre
oupp is turued slightly up-.oopliow n
0eep red or tea rose, with a bud and a
-Pretty w hitem amusiin hoods, trim..
med wvith creafn or coflee-colored lace,
are being.p(epared for wearing with
the white and' -light cotton summaer
dresses. They have a thick ruche of
lane r:ound the throat, and are tied in
front with cream satin ribbon.
-A t the i'aces iii Paris ladies wore
petticoats made of hlack surah apid
trimmned:with bladk lace,' and' blh1% m..
sertion On the floidncy. that, biordered
them; the lace was lined 4'jh red sut
rah. Very wecll the u'nderskirts
looked-m.nch better than white ones
in suchi unfortunately wet weather..
-WVt Ilahs onice again1 making pol'o
na,ises-the neowest are of dlead silk,.
Vie iotrmope or Perlan lila. in color and
timmnRedI with Louis XIV. Ven etitnn
poit. Thebse are, worn over taflbtas
skirts of thme. sijg *oclor and edged
Wit.h a deep-gathered flounce of' the
um'e lace. It is many years since a
deep lace flounce bordered a skirt,
therefore It reappears as a novelty.
. -WJny of tl'essily. and satin shoes
have long attenuiated Impnogr*ams,
worked or pafipted on the toe and in
step). The.y are- ini the. same stylo as
those whieb' barve of late or:io-mentedl
parasols.' Generallyv. only two' letters.
are arranged ; they iare worked in gold
and silver, as we'll as coloredthed
an satin st.itab. House and table liaieiu
are nmarked.i'n the same way.
. --There ,ape various flouuice' made
expressly toi be. worn round dark foul
ard skirts. Sonmc arc of exquisite
whit.e or enr'u emibroidevot.rar
oibrown linesis ode with lace to
mtc;othe/s still are of white linen,
trimmned--white Mechmlint lace. The dis8
a41@antage,of a. wivlte flounce as a bor
der to a skirt is that it makes It ap~pear
too short and as if it was worn over a
petticoat that. camne below it.. H1o.w
ever. as it is a c urent fashioh tiiere Is
n~othinmg to. say.
--"And--David-died. in a good
old-egg," read a little boy to his
granny the other day from tihe Bible.
"Stop, st.p, Johnnaie; yer surely
wrang thera," saide grannmy. "Spell
the word oot."
"A-g-e-egg/'. spelled the.boy.-,
"Ave, ave, na: yer rieht eneuch,
Johmnie, but dod, that's curious.
Dauvit mann hae been unco we boukit
in 1h1. .Auid' ado. Gang' on ivi' yer
-The 2Itor of~ the Phihuldi)hia
Transcr/pt had sent to'hrs'offiee dur'
ligg, b.absence, nicely rolled' in paper
and piroperly- directed to that person,
a hugo hiekorystiek .wi.b .the. follow
ing c9immonta "I see yqif.. ydrtas it
anybody'i1 So1,1cd.you' a chub you: ' gih
send them a.iio~r'. .s I'doit kliow
wi3atiyou.wvant of it unuless -It is 'to
knock dowrmasubscribei's as don't pay,
I hope you ,\ill have good luck in
KInel*kWs oF HONOR.
rpE retgular-semi.mnthly meeting of Triue
B5 Jrotherhood. og'er No, 844 wnll 1) held in
?.msaio Hall1 this afteornobn at d o'clocky
Uly 9 E. 8 CHANo rtr.
WVINNsRoJt, S. C , July 10 [860,
*ON and a(tor: this date, Jno. dohnstori
coO5n to b$ our agent, 'and we are no
hoker reson ble o' debt~ contraot
mari. "' F. LER & O.
* uly 13-tI1ni
-Pay youmr subscription.
son or ParsUf4 Who stole or (karriet off
duri.Vg Inst wook tbo log Af wood I had'
Pl,ceod aorbu theuditch to stop the wash
oi wasto in th,. 1r'inl pading the store.
ht\qQ oiiuptud by mle.
liuly 21-*Xt JOHNI1T.CAT11CART.
COUNTY i CONVENTION of the
Deiocratlo party of Fairfield is
hereby called to ieet In the Court HOuso
at WinUFJbOrO at It O'elook, a In., on
Saturday, August 7, 188Q for the pur
pose of eloting a County-6hairman, and
fQr the tranoaction, of suoh other bmsi.
no;i8 a; ilay,omo up for orninmderation
, Uy.crdor of the County Excottivo Coml
mitteo. -T. W. WOJAWAlD..
- County Chairman pro ten.
,...WINN.13ORo, S., C,', July 8,.l,88Q,...
.-WE have this day sold to Robert, M
*arly all our interest in the gr-it.ry and
liquor business heretoforo eoni.dndted in
Winnsboro by John Johpston is our
agent. F. ELDEBt & CO.
HAVING, purcha'ed; the above l)usinesI
fromn F. Elder & Co., 1 solicit a epxlnif
onco (f tho piblio patronntge. The iun.
ness will be conduct6d ai herefofore by
John Johnstn a my 01et.
juiy 15-4xIm cO4t .e1UlLEY
FfrC tho Survivors of 0A C and F, I th
.1 . S. V..: Our third quarterly. meet!
ihg %yil} be hol- in the Court llouse on
Satulahy, July 24, at 12 o\%t-ok, mn. .It is
desirable thAit we have a full. attendance.
Our annu.al reunlion tat es plaeO at York
ville oi th, third T1h1-r1dLy in August
(tho 19th. und we wish to ascertain the
niiumger who expect to atton.(L it. The
owniitteo on staititics are expooted to'
report their I rogress also onl the 24th.
J. 1I. 3OYLES,
Cor. Sec. 12th Regt. Surv. Assn.
N(VTCE TO CRP1PITOI11.
B. lawley ioionison, as .xec*torv of the
Will of .lesse Vxiok,&eceased, vS.
Elizabeth Wiri'k and Qthors.
P U1SUANT to an orA\er of the Couirt
of Conmnon Plea' for Fairfield
County, made in the ahie-stated case, a11
persons holding claimv, of whiltsoevar
nature, (igninst the estate of JESSE WI
1ICK, decoased, are-bereby noti.ied to es
tablili tho-same before 11111 undersigned,
at his office, No. 4, Law iange, Winns
boro, S. C.. on or before the third day of
August, A. 1) 1880. JNO. J. NEI,,
juno 16-tx1awcw Special Referee,
HOW WATCHES ARE MADE.
it will be apparent to any one, who will ex
amine a SOLID GOLD Wvron, that. asido from;
tile necessary thickness for engraving and
pollsiig. a large proportion of the precious
ietal used, is needied only to stilTen and l1d
thoengraved portions In place, avil soipply tile
n ceesary solidity andtsret-.1gth. The surplus
goldl is actonl'y needless so far its U-TILITY 1111
beauty are concerned. In JAIES BOSS1' PAT
EN'1OLD WATCIH CAES, tils w.%sT,v of pre
clousmetal isovercoine, and the SA.MP SO.lDIY
AND STRENUT11 produced it from one-tlird to
one-half of the usual cost of solid cases. This
process is of the most silnlile naturo, as fol
lows: a plate of nikel compositlion metal,
specially alated to the purpose, has two plates
of SOLID GOLD splAored one on each side. The
three are then passed between polished steel
rollers, and the result is a strip of heavy plated
composition, from whmici the cases, backs, cn.
tres, thr/ales, &c,. are cut atl.Shapedl by sut.
ble dies and.formnors. Trhe geid in thes ecases
is sufficiently thick to adimit of .all kinds of
chasing, engraving anld enameling; the on..
graved cases hiave been carriel until worn per.
feotly smooth by time and use witlout remov
Ing the gott).
THIS IS THEOQNLY CASE fADE WITH TWO
PLATES OF-SOLID GOLD, AND WVARitANED,
BY SPECIA L CEiRTIFICATE.
For sale by Connor & Chlandler and C. Mluller.
Ask for illustrated Catalogue and tS see war
rant. mech 11-ixiy
TO RATSE SUPPLIECS FOR TiIE MUNICHWAI,
. .,YE.A R 188O-41.
BR I ENACTED and ordained hyjthe
LJIntendant and.Wprdons (If tihe To\v
of' Winnsboro, S. C., in Council met, and
by the .authority of the samle:
Thlat, for the purpose of raiaing sup.
plies ior tile year commencing April 1st.
1880, and endiig tpril.1st, 1881, a tax for
the sums11 and in tile mlannfer hereinafter
mentioned shall be raiser) and paid inito
the treasury of sai.l town fot' the 31se ang)
service thlereof, .that is to say: two..en'd
a half (2)3) mills, ad valoremt upon every
dollar of the real and lersonal pIroperty
wvithiin the corporate limits'of the town qt.
Winnsbo.ro; two dollars ( ) to be paid by.
every male inhabitant of said town be
twve.on tile ages of sixteen and fifty years
(except Ility J50) iactive members o1 ech
fir.' comipany) in lieu of wvorkcing upon
thle streets o''said lown. and three (ii) per
cenit. uploni tile amount of all sailes at ano
tioni. AllI talxes a1Kssessel and payable
under this~ Ordiniiijge shlall be' Ipitdd' (-na o
follwing -inhd5 -of functsR and 1no other:
Gold and sil-ver-coin, United States cur
re-nov and National Ban11k rIOtes. All taxes
assessed h orein, shuall be d4.un arnd payVablo
het*een thei1st, day of Oefober and the
30th day of Novembher. 1@W0. inclusive.
and ali taxes remaning due and unhpaild
01 tile 1st day of Decemiber, 180-, shlmil be
collected by distress o,r.othei'wise, aft pre
seribed by. law, ..together with all legal
costs. All persons owning pIropoerty in
theO o>rporate limits of the said town .of
Win'isboro are required, betweern the 15th
dlayof Juino and tile 1st day of August,
183-, to malke a sweru1 return of
said prop,erty to tloIiown Clerki, and the,
said Town Ulerk ik hereby required, when'
prolperty-hoclders hail or refuse to make
said sworn return, to aidd fifty (50) per
cenltutu to the return of the previoats mua
.Done in Conell this the 4th d'ig of.
June tinder the corporatte seal of said
JA S. A. UllICE, .
- -- . ;Intondant.
Ateost . E. S. ClIAND)LElt.,
junoS 8 * Clerk. -.
FOr' tsing- Ir.delible In1k. Price,
15 cents. .For Sale at Drug StoreoOf
A New supply for sale by
W. E. AIK(EN.
ClIILOJtIDE~ of Lime, li' convenient
'...'pa'okage , Ilostet,ter'e Dftt4rsi Hla;t
er's Tonic, - El1xlr of - Cal isaym,. Tartaric
Acid, Dismuth.'B1ueing, tieb's Extraot
of Beeof, ('krgling~ Oil,. 'Collodlon, Quick
Sive,.umie, Cream Tartar, Cod Liver
8e,ot.hl Srup, l%oyt's Cologne,
IJuly 3 McOMASTZI, IFtCE & CO.
0. as 094 J ,,ni
it s1JIn n 9 e
A flesh lot of Patolnt Familily Flour,
the best inl town. It ha(s no equtal.
Jacksonl's best grades Faily Plour.
Rio andt javat.
W.Of8al gra1des-fi-0ni the highest to
Friwh Pea.rs, Toumatoe;, 8tinon,
31te., etc., Otc.
ltorse and MOOulidhees".-Vails. T rac
hAfitns, Plows, atd other articlus too
1tmeronls to wentionl. Quality and)(1
pIce gunradieod. Give Ae a ClA 1'an1(d
F I N F. I.OUT)RO-,
ATHANS BROS.' Oh Cbinet oye,
..8%Cd Roanoke WN'hiskeyN, 18i)(1.
UsoH,, R1otterdam Brandy. Cold Nlaml for
unch fromu 1I to 1 o'clock every day.
n AVE recently mado extensivo addi
t-i0ns to . my - af,ock. of WVines nand
iqlors,- ihichi- consist of a fl as.-oort.
nent of Rye whiiskcoy, c'orn WvhiHikey
French Brandly,.- Apple lirmndy, P-ochi
randy, Sherry Wine, etpernong wino,
shampaet, eto t.
Itore111i1(1IC Me W- s4jlTrc
fr''- I elaim to sll thee FINEST AND
?IREs' 1(YE WHISKEYt.o ble hlid in
Nimnsboro. d Give it al rial. -
I also also ep On hani a fullsupply of
SEGARS AND TOBACCO,
n great variety, and adapted to the tastes
Oall at the PAL'ETTro nouS, in the
Aininsboro Hotel building.
-SALE STABLE IS.
I' H Ai estshe ate Sta al
innsboro,Y and[KE am prepad t<
uil netb. Gle ifor ngtriale ae
Personslo wishpg.o buyd frsai uy ofi
no wreat ty alond amed teore trcas
in elser e. . .'
I wll also hy th' higOhOestcs ic<
J. A. IIFOR.n.
FI'rNES CTobacco and CigarF iE
THAVRT-FIVhEd Barrl Saltlo ae
WrinsbdoLiquor am Do('nl's.t
RE1lstokstc Augsn Flour a Bonodlt.
Hu eradmelGis, atfo Si Dny's.
Aiti LARGt ilo fo r eihl Cannel
Gerods and pgt bany. oroce~nes ~i
Donwll'cllos. bfr uic~s
wareveand atilowwtabe ot Donly's.
aprot. 10 cd one dosth Cofnr '
.A LARLE lo ofH ,ha BranC.
THIR-IV RELL Bar Ii ncial
oie nd Liqdnesday,th olyt Spo
FNEo iunsttto Fou'r, soleo
tal banchearuly Grts,ght Dnfrsls
Gemonars aor youn Gocei a
Thonly iuio nte ot a
ALL insucc sfu opraio arduln aqui
plodv scoo o ovr aind thGtera
Cn rcter cookgla.ae Voln
warcrur and ataoonu, at Drls
RE. .WLL SON,
juy.17. EI.2m - Rlih .
-OJ --a up. yurEInb,ricpnatlc
le frends of ii. N. 3oMASTER. E;q..
.r4poet(krity 1noinato hiiii foethe o0o'o of
Shiirt of-Fitirilod Conty, subject to the
actiorA-of,tjie Dentoeratio ppiary. .
Tilo friends of 8. WIHOTER YONGUE
nom"itnato him a candidato for the. ofluo
of Sheiiff at the onsuing electionT--u)jJeet
to tho actioil of the Democratic primarios.
Messrs. Mdilors: Pleese Uhnounce Mr
11.. 1. ELLISON. JR.. tit; a ondidato for
Sheriff of Fairtield Counly, at the ensu.
ing olCtion-. -su1bjet to t6e action of the
Deno-ratio priiary. MANY FAIzMs.
The many ftiondi of %:r. JNO. D. -Mo
OAIEY, recognizinp his peculiar fitnevR
for the ofituo, rospectfilly nominate hifi
for Shorift of Fairfield County--subjoet to
the action of the kmocratic primary.
)Messrs. Mfilcirs: As noinimationt are in
order, perwiit im to present tle name of
UJ.. JNO. B. DAV4-rs a cindidate for
Sherif at th ensuing loctiont Rilbjeet,
of couse, to the action of the Democratid
priunarice. .omNh a r F rt.
Memrg. ilors: Ilenso annoxnce. Mr.
JAS. L lICHMOND as a cundidate for
Rheriff' at thoensuing election, subject to
the action of the DeItkocratio ('1u IRs at. the
priuaries, antd oblige MANY FaIENDs;
may 13- tf
A'lessrs Editors: Please 5.an1pilncs? Mir.
J. Preston Joop nsa a tiididate for tho
Domooraltic riomTililiti(in for Sheriff at thie
Coming j.+jion (.4ulbjeCt tothe decision
of. tlt(! prinitry election) and oblige many
friends in the ... 1
SO1ttWEsT_n:lt PORTION O t'r.C CoNTY.
FOR COUNTY COMAIMSSIONER.
M1essr.q. Edilors! PIlease f'n n)ounitcoc T Ht08.
1A.,AWINGS, Frq., as a candidate for the
offico of County Commissioner-. ruject
to the action of the Democratic Primaries,
and oblige his MANy FltuE'Df.
Xessrs. Editors: Please nnnounce DIX
N 11. I10 VTS ON, Esq., asma candidato
for the oilce of County Commistsi-ier rt
the enuing election, subject, to the action
of the Democratic primaries. i.tjid oblige
his MANY Fm"is.
Messrs. Edt'ors: Please announco Mr.
CIIAILES DOUIGLA.-S as a candidate for
County Comistioner of Fairliel, Sub
ject the result oif the Democratict primitr
MeIs.'rs. lEikifos: P~lces announce Mr.
J. E. PO" EIL,asaeundidiato for ihe nffl e
of County Commissioner at the ensuing
elect ion---subjcCt to he iction offtho ln i
mary election of the Democratic vubs.
The friends of Capt. JOHN A. IN
NANT respcotfuly nontinate him for r;0
election to the olli'c of Count y Commis
stinner- subject to the result of tle D.no.
.~WrT d. J7iwrs: The fri(-ils of WfIL
AM AIKEN. F epq., rectffully aitI(e
him a caiidid-ite for Coiuty Colmiis
sioner at tb enisuini g election, subject to
the result of the Ditorat ic- primnriox. .
.essrs' Aflitots: Please -itn nou i c - JA S.
R. H1AtVE, 1'ej., as a candidato for tino
office of Conilty Comiissioner at the-en
suing election - Suhject to tho Action of
the Democratic clubs at the primary eiou
tion-and oblige his .
.31ssrs.. .Edlis: Please annouinco M r.
11. M. ZEALi as a caindidto for the office
of County Commanissioner at the ensuing~
oloclion--subject te, the nction of' the
Democratic primary. MANY Fumix's.
Messr's.- ..1alifors: Please nnnounce .\l R.
H. OSCA RDUIE as a candidate for' County
Comnmiissione'r a6 the ensuina election,
subject to t.he action of the I)emocratic
primar.y.. MANY FRfIENDS,
The friends of Mr'. JA MES W. COLE
MAN re'spectf'ufly nominate hinm for the
office of County Commiissionier of. l'air'
fil-subject to the action of the DYemoi
Mess'.rs. )'iIfor's: Pheuse annourneo MR.
ROBERTJ' D.'BOLICK as a eandidate tot
('eunty Commflissioneri of Fairtield at the
ensuing alection-subject to the action of
thie Demnocratic primary.
Th'ie ft ienr i of' Mr. James G h eron, of
Salem, respectfully nlomi'ito him for lihe
office of' Coun ty Commissioner at-ttha-en
suing election. -subject to the action 0f
the Democratic primary.
FOR SCIhooL COMMISSIONERI.
'1 he friends of DRL. JOHN IB')YD, atp'
preciating the skill, zeal and fidelity
with wihich he has discharged the duties
of So ol Cruninissione,r, respctfutlly
nominate him for re.election-aubje et to
the action of the Democratic primaries.
Thie frien dii of the 11EV. JA MES DOUG
LAStS respectfully -nominate him for thie
position of' School .Comnmissioner of Fair
liold Cou.nty at th.e e'nsutng elect.ioi
r,ubject to the-action of -the Democratic
p)arty at the pr1imnarics.
FOR~ JUDGE OF PROB~ATE.
Mefs.qra. Edbitar's B Plen,so anm.ounce the
present incumbent, J. Rl. Boyles, Judge
of P?rot,ato, as a canditdate for re-election
at the ensuing election, subject to the ne
tion of the Democrat,ic part.y at the pri
miaries. - By so doi ng yeu ivill-obli'ge -his
1-4 MANY FRIENDs.
The friends of T. P. M LT'CHELL regard
him fitted to represent the county in the
House of' Ilepreisen tatives, anl d r spectfuhlly
su bmit his name to the Demoecrats of
IFairfield for their action in the primary.
Messrs. J&t'dors: Please annlountco Mr.
JA MiES B. TUIRNER as a candidate for
the Legislature at the enisnin-g election,
subLject to- the-,aotion of' the Democratic
cluibsat the primaries. Byv so doing you
iil oblige his. litANY F'. -
Hg ens,Ob'Oii Mgoib
Mta Ad C HWlN O
'ISl'fMOR E,M Der
J. E. MCDONALD,
ATPTORNEY ATLIA W,
WO. 8 ' LA WV .RANGE,
WINN5BDOBO, 8. ,
W n Rear of Court floutse'
J.l V IATY & C01
Just received and to ar'ivo in a fe,
I days!t ,4
-Any new goods bought beor' tile re
emit h.vy advat-o, % ilch will .
Be sold it the very lowest Cash prices (
. our fri--nds an cusolers.
Elegant Casmiueros, Hernini Dres
Goods, \omiie cloths, Blilting. &o.
. nice issortment of Calico(s, 11.uslins
Lawlis, Dress Linens, White Goods.
Torrebo Laces. Edgings, Hosiery, Hand
kerchiot1s, Neckwear, Gloves, &o,
'You ani lind. in fact. Dry Goods of a:
kiuds at. tio I OlNERA d';OR1E,.
J. . prices which wO guarantee
SpiAvato or we do not ask a sale..
Call early and give our stook a thoroug
. 1iHpctIiOn1, it is
Oi delight to show our g6od.
Our stock of Zeigler Drotierc' fine Shoe
. and Bay stato SroIwed was
Never bett6r, ai)d of those kind we nmak
a specilty and -wairrazit.
Tic shoes in high and low on.ts, and but
ton shoug it i igh and lo4 its.
I(igh out mneni'o gaiters, low out hihos
hand and machine Rowed, screwed.
Even the children anis1 babies mere re
menibored and a pico selection bough
Call at onen and make a selection of
. Cassimore or Blue Flanol;
Or leavq your ncasure for a suit, selecte
iare ,bargains in soft Felt Hata, Stif
Hats and St.raw I1ats. . - .
.yew goods in Crockery, Glassware, Gro
ceries, ho0, Plows, &c
Each department is ready% for a look. Cal
and buy and hlen d .
-Eem.o. 1ey our mmn is QUICK SALES
Ra e -n
?~ The bI~CR~opper.
Mir Thehi6hestcash -prices. O
' .may 25 . -.DSOR1S
r njtE Fire Xineumnoe Btisinesh Agens
J. will b4~V~ted n tFairO ld Coin
by the' und r4ied... The pa ron ag
~the'public and of former patrons in solj
Ited Ofilce a6 .the storo-hduse .of J.
Mo at, &Co. O.-E T'OM40N
-, I *
WOULD mnost 1epectfill'y Inform
iy customre and thp citizens of Fair
fitold gon.eraily, that, I keep in itook a
full supply of flno Liquors, CJfavr
Tobacco, &o.,. &a., and guararieo
.at0sfactkon to, any one, 'ving, ppe a
trial. MY stock consists as follows:
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S 0O63AT
BRAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
6 UAMEY'S SCOTCI WhISiiyS*
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MOIIINO DE MORA SHRRiY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. I. AUMM & CO.S 1WEIMS
8ARATOGA PURN. RYE WI1S.
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE W-IS.
-REESE'S "OWN" RYE WilSKEY.
STONE MOUNTA1N Rk AN
CELEBRATED PPEI FFER E. RYE
KENTUCKY BOTTRBON WIIIS
PLANTATiON RYE WHISKEY.
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTH CAROLINA SWEET MASH
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYS.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCHE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
' VERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
HO10MYE MA DE.WINES.
1 KEG DRY SCIPIERNONG WINE.
1 N(EG SWEET . SCUPPERNONr.4
1 KEG SWEET CA TA WVIBA WINE.
lYA LT LU:QUORS :
4BERIGER & ENG EUS CELEBRAT-'
ED LAGER BEISI R ON. DRAUGHT
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE N ATURA L APPOLONA~
CIGAUS AND TonAccoE
RHAPSOD)Y--A STRICTLY TEN
THLE PRIME MINISTER CIGAR-8
FOR 25 CENTS.
THE PUCI - IGAR--S FR 26
THE CORONET CIGAR--3 FOR 25
THE SONORA CIG4-3 FOR
THE SMASHER CIGAR-5 FOR 25
-THE LIGHITNI G CIGAR-5 FOR
* THlE MONARCH OF T10 SOUTI~
CIGAR-5 FOR 26 CENTS.,
THE MASTE~R STROKE CIGAR
FOR 26 CENTS.
THlE AMERICAN TWI1NS CIGAR
6 FOR 25 CENTS.
TIHE COSTA RICA CIGAR-8 F~m
TIlE ROYAL~ SEAL CIGAR 0
F?OR 26 CENTS.
TUlE ROSE AN'D) LIWA 6IGAR-40O
*PORl 26 CENTS.
TIlE IIAVANA .' 0HAROOTS-5
T. WV. BEACKWELLOS. SMOKI 7
SUMMR 3 EEAGES.
ICE, LEMONS, .n
TitE BEST MIXED BEVERtAGES
OF THE SEA SON SERVJi Y .
AT ALL HIOURSOI31
T HE DAY, TO SUlItTII 11OST
- ATIDIOU$. TAS$28 ~