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xvi.N AM) COUNTY.r
ol8y *4. taso 88.
- Avedkll f6diti . dbi' do a 4
nit in idpce; weekly edit, ?n,
two dollars Miitty cents perana*
n advantb. Liberal discount to lubs
fl.e and upwards.
AfnS OF ADVERKTISING,..\6dolla
per inc1i for the first isertioli, a al
fifty cents per inch foi (.ch subso sent
Ansertion. These rOtts apply to.ail ad.
6ten'e'it; of *i'tever. natu ee, and
are payable strictly in advaneo. Con'
4 ,tracts for thro9, six or. twelve months
frinade onl ver iberal tei-ms, Trali
sient - local; Cte, fifteqi 'Cents: per
line for (1ti first Insertion *al seven
id obe-hAlf cents per lile for each
subSetelnt insertfon. Obituaries 1and
ht1fes of r espect charged as advel!
Ciidents. Simple a1111OunMllelits 61
iOgtiftiges And deaths published traco or
charge, and solicited.
, i'oinmuniteations. of 1*fsoever
hIatiture, should be 4dfd6ssei to t.he
Winsboro . Pub'fishing Company
V, !%PyltTZ, will bo $ervlc'es
if bhiN-4 !Morow at
enns t A Oh :;t-mor'wa
aii n ythe Rev. T.
i.Mellcliatmp. Prayer Meeting this
e.eillug at 5 o'clock. Sunday School
eterf Sinday A. 10 o'clock. Sea
"4e Dlable" mices his best bow and
,Ju-4-s warmest thanks to the "angels'
iy oge ai0yfingerg wrought the cun
1 vingly dOvisqd "apron" that enables
Ma to 'put his "form" in a "new
dress.'' Hip heart has been "knocked
iitd p'0 i tlid tke?n of favbr, flut as
distibi,tes" it his' ldase will im
jirlpY, id he pledges himself to "set
, jt1l)". o.d.t)
Soriles Will be held 'ir the Presby.
'iefIan Church at half past ten o'clock
. this morning, and to-night at a quarter
'paste (ty aut nday M6ning the
sacrament of the Lord's Supper AIlf
41)ad1i%tolere. -The sorvices will
commence at half past ten o'clock.
the 14 G. A. Tronhom, of Chester,
will assist In tidsd 8e'rvices. We are
requestedto state that seats are fiee,
and that straigers ake always wel
Tz FOUnTH DsTrcT.M-The Cam
don ionina sals *CWS ard prettsed
to hear f'om n alt 4ailters that Maj. T.
W1 W0oodirad *s already. certain to
tettca .ns in the next Congress.
The Fourth District would do well to
have aJ4 Woodward at-Washington;
and while we have n1othing arahlist
Mr. Evins, still turn aboutin fair play,
and as he has held tile office for two
terms, we think that he can well at
ford to i'etrd noV, We believe that
Kershaw is almost, if not qiWtLe ufiani
ionus for Woodward."
tNER1-S1Aft NTEST.-An inter
State glass-ball contest will take place
. at Hendersonville, N. C., on the 28th
instant. The citizens of that .owvn
.ofl'er a purse of one- hundred dollars f6
the wvmilmig team. Othser prizes, ag
gregthuig three hundred dolars in
Mirnount, are to be shot for. Special
* ~ exenrsion rates are offered on the rail
roads, and the hotels extenId Vel'y low
rates to visitiug a-nists. A gr.nd ball
if vfnid uly 6he' festivities. Every
gnu club in the South is fewidred a
cordial invitation to enter the contest.
A large attendance is expected f:omn
the Carolinas and from Georgk4.- The
Winimsboi-o Gun (Club arejniaking air
mraeents to ilicend, andtt have beeni
pract ising f..r somen dayss past1. We
ha~ve no0 doubr). tile t;rip) and1 (he coniecsf
tviil boIth prove v'ery lea(sanit..
A PLI!AANAT P FCNIC',
* Alsing Exe3rcisj.. of Mr. wv. J. Ke1I.er'
. The efoing~ eiereises of Mr. Wr. ..
Kelrssho tPu'.Srn took
* 601r, and by Is assiduity Mnd-skill' has'
accomp)lished good wod, an'~ tiienr
general' satisfaction to thie' patrond.
- The exercises were held In a grove
*f'ioar the sc.hobl house.- About twenty
five or thlirty bright looking cldrenl
*varyhng app)arently between the ages
fseveni and fQuvteen- wecre seated on
benches if fi'ont,: while around' were'
Aathered the old yeople and the' fnng,
people of the neighbohoodT.- The pro..
* ratnzihe legan with a pi.iyyr offered,
*by the R1ev, W. W.MiliW, aftel which
- th pinipa~l pult his pupils throttgh a
ousinGCbgraphy, Speaking, Grai
*ma, Arithnmetie and .Dictionary. The
tinswers showed: tfd rdsullS of care
f\il prepam'atioh over the wil' dourse,
aInd gavorno 'signs of that parrot-like
traliingfor a sp)ecial occasion which'
so oftenPchar'neteizes anl"ckhili tioh.
While the pupils did very nicely in all
th9 branches,- they were specially good
pudn~ogi'aphy, and we think Mt. Kel
19smethod: N dkWn md on the
SlakippadV bdlub#tlttfte fpif6ttline
ik0t(ded Mr eldr.introditen r.'
AI~.eans Davis, who addiressed the
* asemblag'oonedtetion,.showing its
a. dgttinehEs t show' tha' mer
*ite of the publicoschool systein) and ctt
The oextiples'of fhb trst 'prokes*
ee Northern'tates .sperd(0pgimillions
of dollars each year for sohools.- While
- o0ithi - Carolina canniot rivval' thehe
8tat'da at'pi'esent, she cnn do'merd.than
she now does. He then spok'eofthe duty
of pareht's in this matter, targing them
tb.te.ke interest in thoe soeol;, and to
14t'q th's progmyese of tho'childrens, say
- ng,that nine-tenths of. the battles' is
""'0tfie indfuence;. 'An appeal warmnade
b scolntiiis is no. rnanI
bo~de atnd-otttine' mnapa can bie piro
'rei and these will'yielil-a hlundred
foI nip1foeannt.. .rreghlarity of
OJOW-pkaful6ted tie; peoplo oil
II Te d Intoestila 04utioiaand
.th6 okomrep of botter 'timee.- but
Orohperkty %kill not pe assured' until
9ery:emmunity ha- its churoh' .id
its school, the one for the soul and tho
other for the und'.
The spOholi being tlitough all fntwr
mission ensued for the preparation of
diner. A table seventy or 6'ghty
fN'et fn length lia! beol 6ietod, and it
Wts soon filled to t9 ftmost capacity
With good thing#.- Paul's Spelbg is
fiamous foy Its plnies and barbeonis,
and ie'eiitatfo dhi Ilot sufrbr on
(ile occasion. The ladies in charge of
the table were Mrs. A. J. Hamilt^*,
irs. J., B. Turner, Mrs. A. Y. Titrier,
Mr-s. W. J. Oirawford, Mrs. it. E.
Ellison, Jr., ad- INIs. M. A. Woldon,
aid they wero ably aistWd by the
good housekeepors oir the neighbor
hood. Standing at one end of the
table we couldjiist distinguish at the
other the frosted head- and p6sing
physiognomy of the School Coimnis
sioner (who Insists that th' frosting ,is
premature) looming up above n lounl
tain of pies, while County Exnnlner
R. was up'to his neck in good things..
A number of candidates added grace
to the occasion, while a host of pretty
Young ladies iade us tremble for thie
heads of the bachelors and remember'
the times when we were young. The
children behaved remarkably well,
showing that the idea that Young
America is at liberty to inflict as inuch
niSery as possiblQ upon the older
generation has not been received with
dny favor in this neighborhood.
After all present had freely partAken
of the substantiils and dainties pro
par6d for theill an abundance was
left. The weather beitig threatening
the paty gradually diminished after
dinner, the yo.ung people Eceming most
loth to go.
Altogether flie affir wis a decided
success. The exhibition reflected cred
it on Mr. Keller and the children,
while the entire occasion passed off
very pleasantly, owing to tile manage
mont of the cominittes of arrange
inents, consisting of Messrs. John A.
Robertson, J. W. Bolick, R. 1. Ellison,
Jr., T. D. Owens, J. B. Turner and
G. F. Andrews.
Among the visitors present was Mr.
James Robinsonj formerly of Fairfield
but for years a resident of the Red
River country in Louisiana, who has
just arrived on a visit to his relatives.
He reports that Louisiana has been
flooded with rain, and people there are
desiring dry weather as much as we
want rain. It is a great pity that
everybody cannot be satisfied.
k itR.ALs 7EMZN15C.ENCES.
Prominent Men of Vestern Fairfield, Vlo
RociK CuiEEKq July 20.-Near Monti
cello lived John Ioge'rs 6ily son- of
the ev- das. Rogers, M aj. Chas. Wmt.
llgh, and David Montgomery ; lower'
down, Cot. John Thomson, old Mr.
Glenn and1 his Soins. His son1 Arthur
was of about my ige, and wvas first
clerk in Col. Wim. Kinecaid's store. He
Ms p ractical farmiery c6i-rect land
Surveyor and deacon of' Little River
U3aptist ehlchl. David Montgomiery
WAs an useful citizeni; anid remoived
near' Starkvile, IMiss., togetheir with
John Ilogers, Col. Jolm Thompson,
tHgh and Robert Bell to the same
v'icinityy about 1b6. These good- citi
/0ens we w~ero 1othis to 1:mrt with'.
Dav-id Montghery, Egg., I had the
pleaisure to visit ont a loonr- of observa
t'i-,n in 1856, iiviing neai Starkvillc,
is.- I Ii'ound hin the owner of a
valmtble -plantation and the thiiest
del\elinig, with corre'sponding 11m
pr'ovemiei:., thait I nioticedin any trav
els throngh that. State. No., was an
In telligenat and plractical citizeni. Soon
at'ter lhe rdmloved to Alississippi lbe was
elected a memi ber1 (of the Legislature of
ta.t' State. His hubby and strong forte
M~sto preserve the- cr'edit and honor'
honor of his adopted State by using:
his influence against the Reputdiation'
iDill, soJte told me,' which was not
passed' l'ito an' Act,- but the State paid1
h1-6. loan soon af'terwar'd,' and theoreby
pr'eserved her' credit. lHe died, as5 1
was told, not long sinice in a gr'een old
Rge, havinig served his God and his
ennutr'v faithfully. Below lived
'tmn. Watt, Sr., and his sonis, Wmn.
Ashley, John A. Martin Silas Ruff',
John1 and Laban Chapel1 - Jas. Elkinl
Iund'Maj. Elliott Elkin, al W noIthy citi
*'on.-. John Chapoll was notkal for hIs
cours&'manhere and cccentrieities. He
would .Often deal inl comparisons or
ilhil e. My friend Jas. Andre\vs
uised to'flMte so'veral of his5 sayings,
M.e of wiich I recsolleet in' relation to a:
Br'oad River contr'aet for th.e Improve
ment of its navigation' fN' cotton
boats. The contract was located, I
think, at ChaIpell's orSammer's shoalf.
fli'-co meu bid for It,' which I will1
:elesgnate as' follows: Old Johnnle'
saild "A caekf'ed, B laid1'the egg an d C
rounid It." lie was induced .by his
rrieid1s on Broad and Little Rivert to
allow his niamo plaiced ini nomnina
iOn as a candidate for the Legislature
bout 1825 or '80;t i' 011 0one occasiong
ivhild' o,V visit to W,inboro, his
rleend Philip 1Rdward Pearson as I
wvas told, - finding hilMi in disfla151l1e,
Ilothed as at.home, induetbd him to
buy a blue broatteloilv.coaut,as ho would
buy nothIing else? The neOxt time 11is
frienid P. K. P.'waw hini 110 oould not
repress his laughter. 1ehad 0on his
sloth coathfVith big gilt buttonls, oiPs'
eras breenhes, homespun jacket, and
it buttoned, withr one horhe-made
'agallows" (br'aco)- and' co6nie brogan
thoos, with ebarse slouched lhat, on a
sunvass of hit'District. Not\vithlstando
lng his oddities, lie received1 a respec-'
table, vote. He possessed a retentive
mnemory sound. understanding, was a
rgood.jude of hulnan . naturef' and- a'
rnan of Dr4ctio~al15nolWledge.
Near Monticello lii"ed WVm. Cato and
his sonis Stephen and Robe'rt; also,
George, Coj.John, Jameos and Peter
Dain, WrDnby, Win. Car~na
b5,Joaha-ndhs 1o Burr' [[i.-'
a,John and-Georgd and: Charnel
latnes, Jbhn Motfia and sons.' Isaaeo
Morris, as is welliknown by his neigh
ors, died sinO6 bur late war, and wag,
trn efficient deacon - of Rook Creek
Church. HIs. pidas.sonse Robert and1
Wililam- both die1. ne. before hlw1
earl t o1 ' war, the latter but w
fe W biarA eine' 'Win. Afart-n James
Hu and JoseP Gladitey,-Oat. E. F.
t iisp. formerly sherif r our oouityi
Iiid and"died near Monticello, all re.
spebtble citizens. Isaao IIA e was an
exeilplary member oi 6acon -of
Rdbk 'roo church,, and removed to
Cafig doubntyi. Ga., 1v0C)i hts' respectable
n--a Satn'l,. Bradford,. where
I.th6' died a few since. Near' Salem
liv4d and died two itsqful and respoO.
table 4itiens) Ca >t. 1i1gh MilliIg' and,
Win. Hamilton, oth fartMbrs in the
true senso of that w9rd, . Capt. Milling
wat an'efficlit drill officer and a inaL.
of p4actical knowledge. I have skliv
Ipi the Gibsons. Mills, hi- his statz
ties, if I reitomber aright,- states that
Jacob Gibson renioved lete froi
North Carollia long bet'ore ottr Rovo
114tion, as a Baptist preacher. -anl
was oil excelient gelarili alid
teacher. Anid i soumid an11d practical
>r:cacher. [lis graid-3oins lived oi Lit tie
River, anid there so1)n0 digd-all god
tIN-er8, respectable av useful citi
zen18-Eli aid Joseph Willinigi al)
also. Higher up on Little Rivor livetl
Willian Robert and ArtOn Yongie,
Henry and his son Huint Macons, John
81it t A lexamler Douglass, Jaines,
William and col. Hugh Stevosoln
and the Brices.- T4ev were the own
ers of the most f&rtile lands I kne'w i
our county, and they kiiew how to
cultivate them profitably.
As a last token of respect to the
meniory of niy old comradei In the
ackhead corps cavalfy, John Sinone
tiY and Alexander Dbnglass, I can
say in candor they trekb as reslpectable
and kisefl *otizlls as Fairfield could
b6wM of. Peace to their ashes I And
now, last but not least, allowT me to re
cord the t'einory of' my dear friend.
and neigibor, Gen- Wm. Bovkin
LN-les., anli hisd, briothiek' Austiif Peay
Lyles, who Cell in battle in Virginia
early In our late way-i in defence of
liberty and the Constitution. Win.
Boykdin Lyles, -is is well known, was a
captain of a colnillniy fom this state
when lie fell. lie wits a popular of1-'
cer and kind to his coilinand. Noble,
chivalrous aid patriotic, lie combined
all the rare and virtuous qualities that
constitute a citizein, oillcer and gentle
inan. Rquiescat inpacc.
In conclusion, Messrs. Edifors, al
low me to say if I have overlooked
any useful and respectable citiiVii of
western Fairfield in theso feeble and
hasty sketches, it iniust be charged to
the fault of the head and not of the
heart. I have been too concise in de
lineation of soine of the characters, but
did so froin want of space. I nmay give
a hasty sketch of mny own fainily in my
next, but feel a delichey ; yet some of
'ouir curiotis Peaders iafv Wishi to
know who' the writer of these sketches
We had a light rain last night-the
first sice May 3rd, but hope soon to
have a wetting season, as not far dis
tant, north anld east, they have had
refroslihig raiis. West aiid south the
crops are in a like perilous condition.
DiEo at her residencei Fairfield county, s.
C., July 9, 1ss,' M AnY E. Moos. She leaves an
infant eight days old, a husband and many
relatives and friends to mourn her e'1ly de
parture. But they are not of those who mourn
without hope. She was a consistent memnber
of the Baptist t hurch. Their loss is her eternal
-Denrest Melo, thou hast lefa us,
And thy ]oss we deeply reel /
Buti 'tis God t.hat has breft us
Hie can ei our sorrows heal.
J. M. I.
WVINNSUO. S. 0., July'8, 1880,
WE have this day sold to 1tobert Mo
.awley all our inierest in the grocery and
liquor businiess~ horotofore conducted in
Wingsboko by J6hri' Johnston nA our
agenit. IF. ELDERt & COs
HAVING purchasedi the'above busi'ness
from F. EIlor &, Co,, I solicit a continu
arred uf tihe'plt'allic patronayo 'lJhe busi
netis iill be conducteil ats herefofore by
Johri Johnston as may ago .t.
juiy I 5-4x inm ROhElCT McUAlULEY
0 the Siirvivors of' r os ( andr F, 12th
* '' V..: Our tl-ird quarterly nieet
in't wjll be. hel.1 in the Court lionse on
8atur-lay, .Tuly .4, rit 12 <fdloimck, im. It is
,1esirable I. it we) has a full atten dance'.
)ur annual reunion tab -a place at' York
1ille on the tirdm Thura.lay in August
ithe 19th' and we, wish to ascertain the
number who expect to attend it. The
committee ou statistics are exponcted to
.report their fre~gress also on the 24th.
,c j. R. BOYLES,
. *Cor. Se.l2th'Regt. Sury. Adisb.
HO0W WATCHES ARE MADE.
it will be apparent to any one, who will ex
amine a Sbx.mD Gol,, w ATCrr.. that aside from
the necessary thickness for engraving arid
polishing. a large proportion of the precious
ineli used, is neelled ehly to stiffn and hoeld
the engraved portions in place, and slipply the
n' cessary solidit.y and strengt.h. The surplus
gold is actual;y needlesA so far as UTIL,ITY and
bea'tity are concerned, In JAMiES BOSS' PAT
ENT GOLD WATCII CASES, thIs WAsTSdf pro
claus metal is overconme, and the SAMEs sosr IY.
AND) ITiENoTHI produced at from ond4l1h'd to
one-half of the usuai cost of soliti daeds. This
process is of the most simnple uiaturo, as fol
ldwsm: a plate of nicelcomposiion. metal,
speclily ada pted to the purpose, has two plates
of SOLID GOLD soldered-one en oagh side. The
three are'thon' passed between polIshed steel
rollers, and the result is a strip of heavy plated
composition, 1hon which the eases, backs, cen
tres, ibezzles, &e,. areocut and shaped by suita
ble dites and formera. The goid' In these eases
issufficiently thick to sidmit of all kinds of
chasing, engraving aind enameling; the en..
graved cases hiav' been darried until worir per
fect-ly smoot,h by time and use without remov
lng the g'old.
TiHIS 1s TIIE ON~if CASE MADE WITIH TWO
PLATEli OF SOL ID GOLl), AND WARiIlANTED
BY APEdIA L CERItFICA TE;
For sale by Connor& lmiandii*and C. Muller.
Ask for lilust,rated Catalogue and to- see wvar
rant. mchi ti-txif
Y3'r iiig Ir.dalib1o ink. Price,
15 cents. '?or Sale at Drug Store of
W. E. AMLEN.
A New Supply for sale by
jly 1i W E AIKEN.
ON'aWINNsRoRo, 8.. 0., July 10, 1880.
ceae nmd after this date, Jno. Johnston
longorto' be our agent, and we are rio
ed aft responsiblofr lise debtsecontraot-.
inete hs date unlossb tecal aree
hand; and se e osaije at livinj$' .0ces
A fresil lot otPatent Faily tlour1
the best in -town.- It. has 11' -cqual.,
Jadkson's best grades Family Flour.
Four ades of G reen. Also, Parched
Rio and Java.
O(f all grades-A'om the fI'gfIest to
Fresh Ponrs, Tomatoel gitnon.
etc.j etc., etc.
Iorse fInd Mule Soes, Nalk, ''raco
(01hains, Plows, and other articles too
numIlerous to- 1)itionl. Quality and
price guaranteed.- Give in a call and
F I NE I I U 0 Rt S,
ATAANS BROS.' Old CabinAt Rye,
1863, Old Ioanoke Wlbis4key. 1860.
Also, Rotterdam Brandy. Cold Ram for
lunch froin 11 to 1 o'clock overy day.
I HAV r9contly made extenive nldi
.0.1i:1n to my stoc of Mlinos nand
liquori. which .onsistfi of a full asAort
ment of Ryo Whikcy, Corn Whi8koy..
French D randy, Apllo 1randy, Pen;h
Brandy, Sherry Wine, bcnippernong Wine,
aihampagne, eto , etc.
T I claim to lo the FINEST AND
PUREST RYE WHISKEY to bo had in
Winnsboro. Give it a trial.
I also albo k ep on hand a fui suply of
SEGARS AND TOBACCO,
in great variety, aid adapted to the tastes
Call at the AL"ETTO IOUSE, in the
Wiunlboro Motel buildinL
TO THE CITIZENS OF F'AIRFIELD:
' UAYE estalislied a SAle Stablea
W ~iimiisboro, iiYid amnlpre joto
scil stock stock on very accoimm'odat
ing terms, either for cash or on timo
until necxt fall for .negotiable paper.
Persons wishinhg to b)uy or sway~ will
do well to c,all on me before puirchias
Y will also pay Lhc highest ecs price
COtN AND FODDER
Delivered at' my $ta ble on Congress
~treet, locatecd one door south of' tho
jan 20 A.~ILFfI.
A LARGE lot of Wheat Eran at
FINEST Tobacco and Cigars afi
T HIRTY-FIVE Barrels all grades'
\Yines and Liquors at Donly's.
FRESH Augusta Flour, Bolted
M'eal and Pearl Grits, at Donly's.
A LARGE lot of fresh Cainoa1
Goods and Fauncy Grocdries at~
ALL KINDS of Garden- and
F'lower Seeds, Clover and Grass
Beeds at Donly's,
3'OOTS, Shoes, Hats; Har'dware,
Drockery and Glassware, Wooden~
ware and Willowware at Donly's.
GY[YJnme a call and'getaniargain.
.W.- H. DONLY,
api 10' On the Corner.
,ro FOR YUNO LADIES,
RALEIGl1, N. C.
REV. R. DURWELI,r4.
.JOHIN B. .llUf\VELL, ~.Pnncipal,
THit riex6 sesion colmmences
on Wednosday, the 1st Soptom
No institution offers siuperior
.aidvantagos' for Instruction in|
all branches usually tau h6 infrtrls
seminfaries for yourig lad cai.
Advantages, for instruction In .mnusilc'
(vocal and insitrhlnnental) and Modern
The only Institution In the South hay
Eng In sucesfuLl operation a fully equip..
pod school for instruction In tlie theory
md prael.ico of cooking..
For oirculars and catalogue, address
REV. R. BURUWELL, & soN,
Sjul. 1722m . aleighb X, C,
--Pay nn vanur 5unhei1tio at oue
bh fr ndW of H. N. ti'MASTER, Esq.;
rtisiewtW>IT noni'nate hin for th,6 Mace of
She00.of. airfield, Co-intS,. duliet idthe
Acti l.of the eomocratio pri arv.
The friendil of 8. W[HORTvEI" dNGUE
nominato him it owididato for th office
of Sheriff at the'entniing election -'-t,' ect
t4 ite action of the Democratio primna 10.
Jlessrs. ditors: Pieese announce Alr'
R. E. ELLISON. JR., as a candidate for
SherifK of Fairfield County, At the ensu
Ing eIeotiQn--subject to the action of the
Dono.ratid pii wary. MANY FaiENDs.
Tho many friends of Mr. JNO. D. Mo
CAlRLEY,-recognizin his peouliar fitiest
for the office, respectfully nominate him
for Shoritir of Fairtleld County-subject to
tho action of the Dcinooratic primary.
.,essrs. J Ai;ors. is nomfiDiatio" nre in
order, ppriI it us to piesent tfio-ilame of
Co,. JN * -13. DAVI8 s a otndidato for
Sherifr at tho ensuing election, subject.
of course, to the action of the Democratic
primaries. MAty FilIENDS.
e!AASrs. JUor.s: Please annou1ce Mr.
S. L RI1HMOND as a candidit or
oheriff ait the osuiig olection, subjeeb to
the action of t e Domocrotio Clubs at the
primaries; ai oblige MANY FiiNDs.
MAe.Ss.rs Editors: PMase nnoun lr.
J. Preston 3ooper as a candidate for the
Democratio nomination for sheriff at the
coiing election (subject to the. decision
of the prima4y election) and 66>tigoinany
friends in the
SOUTI1WEsTI:nN POfITKON OV TnE. COUNTY.
FORt COUNTY AfMiSSIONEL
Messrs. Klifors: Pleaso announco TIHOS.
D. OWINGS, Erq., as a candidate foir tho
office of Count. Commission'er- -silbvect
to the action of the 'om'oratio Primaries,
and oblige his MANy FiLuENDs.
iesrs. Alitors: Please aniiounce DiX
ON II. R1O13EtT8ON, Esq., as acandidate
fo the ofice of County Commissimner vt
the ensuing e'ection, subject. to the action
of the Democrado primarkis. and obligo
his MANY FiNDl.
Messrs. Ilifors: PkaAn an'aunco Mr.
CHARLAS DOTJGLAsS as a candidato for
County Commissioner of Fairfield, sub
ject f-he result of the Democratic piiiiark
Messrs. Ralifors: 'Yuo announce Mr.
J. E. POWE LL as a candidato for the oicc
of County Conimiisioner at the onsuing
election--inhject to 'lie action ofthe pi
mary election of theDefiocratic olus.
The friends of Capt. JOnN A. IIN
NANT respectfully nominate him for re
election to the oftice of County Commis
sioner- subject to the result of the Do.no
Arcssrs. Bt7iors. ''ho friends of WVTL
1AM AIKEN, Eq., respectfully announco
him a candidato for County Cininiis.
sioner at the ensuing elpctioi, subjeet to
the result of the Democratic primaries.
NoITIT-W ERTEiN IPAIIEL,
Messrs M&itors: Please announco JAS.
Rt. HARVEY, Esq., as a eandidato for .ho
offico of County Coimistioner at th6i el
suing election---subject to the action, of
the Democratic clibs at the primary eleu
tion--and oblige his
Messr*s. Ifdiors: Please announce Mr.
Ri. M. ZEALY as a~ can<didate for the offieo
of County Commissioner at the onsztlng
election.--subject to the action of to
Democratic primary. MANY FnIENL'a.
Mes'srs. Bl4itors: Pleas announce M1R.
IT.'OSCA R D) UKEJ na a can didate for County
Commissioner at the ensuin (eetion,
subject to thme action of the Democratio
primary. MANY FRIENDS,
The frienas cf Mr. JAMES ~V CO4JE
MAN respectfully nominate him for the
office of County Commissioner of Fair
fleld--subject to the action of the Demo
Mlessrs. Filiorq: Please announce MR.
ROBERT D). B3OLICKC as a candidate for
County Commissioner of Fairfield at the
on suing olection--subject to the a'ot ion of
the Democrra'ti primary.
The frienia 'of Mr. Jnmes G eron, of
Salem, resp)ectfullly nominate him for the
offleo ofonunty Cocnissioner at the en
suing election. -subljecot to the aotibn of
the Democratie primary.
FOR $CTl100 COlIMIS$IONEu,
The friends 6f DR. JQH-N BOYD, ap
preciating fthe skill, zealj and fidelity
with which lie has discharged hledte
of School Cnauiii'6fntr, utully
nmngto hini for .re-electioi-s'ubj'cto
the action of the Democrati prmrecs.
The fri en dii.of' tho 11EV. ZA MFS DOUG
LASS resp)ectfully . iomiriate him for the'
position of~ School' Commissioner of Fair.
fiel Count ty ats th'o.. ensuing~ elect0jx.
subject to the act-ion of the Democrat,ic'
p)arty at the iirimarios.
FOIl JUDGE OF PROBATI'.
Afessrs. lhditors :Please anm,ounco the
present incumbent, J. JX. Bovlen, Judge
of Prob>ate, as a candidd'to f~or' re-eleot ion
at the ensu'g eloct,ion, subject to the ao
t.ian of tho Dem ocratic part,y at thme p)rE
taries. By so doing you wvill obti'gd his
I OR NEPREENTATIVE.
VTe friends of T. P. M'LTCIIELL regard
him fitted to represent; the dounfy in- the
House oflRopresenmtativeds, and r, spectfually
rduiimt his name to the Democrhts of
Fairfield for thei'r action in the primary.
Messrs. .&lIIors: l'iio anitidurce Mr.
JA MES IB. TURNER as a candidate for
the Legislature at the ensuing election,
sul) ot to the action of the Domoci'atie
clu isat theo primaries. By so doing you
wvill oblige his. MA'NY F arwNn.
1. E. 1YDONA LDP
N, O 8 A 0 R A,. E
M BMWfl & CO8S.
tfi6t recoiy6d Afndt to' arrive in a. fow
AIA'm0w goods bought beforo the re
cent heavy advanco; hioh will
Do Jold at the very lowcht cash prices to
our frilnds 'and otfsloamrs.
Wlegaut Cnsmuier6A, . Hornnii Dress
Goods", Momie cloths, Buitin , &o.
A fico assortment of Calfooes, ulins.
Lawns, Dress Linond, White AQdg.
Torolon Laces. Edgings, Hd6iery, Hand
kerchiefs, Neckwear, Gloves, &o,
You can find. in fact. Dry Goods of all
kinds at. the CORNERA 'R.,
A prios which. we guaranteo
, pleao or we do ndi ask t Halo.
Call early and give our stock a thorough
inspection, it is
Our delight to show our gd6d.
Oae stock of Zeigler Brothern' dino Sh6os
.nd Piay State Sqrowod was
*ovor better, and of theso kind we malko
a specialty and warfnt.
Tio shoes In high and toev coa, andc but
ton: shoes in high ad low unts,
Mi h out nen's gaiters, low cut shoes
. hand and nhinebio sowed, sorewed.
Even the childrei and babiew werb re
membered and a nico selection bought
Olf nt othe and mfako a solnetion of a
CaHsinere ir Bluei Flannel;
Or leave your measure for a suit solected
ijaro bargains in soit Folt Nata, Stiff
, Tnt8 a,ld 1* r-'w -1 IAts.
Now goods in Ct ' kery, - las-wnro, Gro.
ecties, HoCA, Plows. 4-c.0
.E,acth3 depatmen101t ir IeIV fIr a look. Ofll
and buy and be 1 :a.d
Rc,o1e her our " QUICK ,A IjF.
s Mink Skips,.
Graf Fox Skins .
O~oas~ Siing, Coon kskins,
NN The -highest drisli prioe N
imZ Fi$1'nsuxhiif JIuRitieSs Aenoy
.L wall.jVe reenmod in Fairbia County
by,dtp dersigre4. The psatronage of
the ptaNi and ofprioa tronp is.sQio.
Itedl O tr e et o s~e of JM P
MoMaMter & 'd O. T2QM1ON1,,
WOWL inost fsi'6esptlifyy id
hVy Enetbiners and the citlzong of Fa1i
fild krall:y, lma I k0p in gtoek a
fill supply of 1h11 L(qjoirs, O)g6ra?
Tobacco,- &.; &c.; and garanted
dhtlsflctI',0 to a'ly1 o14 givilk n e
trial. 14v stock consistA as fdlT6ws
OTArD, DUPUY & COM C0GAd
BRAND'S SCNhIEDAM GINS.
11AMSEY'S SCOTCH WitfsKEy.,
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MOl1INO DIS MORA SHERRY
F. MOLiNIER Pn T NINE.
G.- I. MUMM & vO.'S iNEIMS
GENUINE RINE WINE.
SARATOGA 'PURE RYE WHIS
NATHAN'S 1863 CABINET RYF;
STRAUSS' IMPElfAL i7iY WiR.
KEESIE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
STONE MOUNT4A IN RYE AND
CELEMRATEI) PI'EIFFER E. RYE
KENTUCKY 1OUlHBON W1HS-'
ILANTATION IYE WHISEY:
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTH CA R OLINA SWEET MASH
PLANTATION CORN WHISKEYS.
NPW ENG1ANb RUM;
FRENCOHIE'S "BOSTON" GIN;
VERY FINE OLD ixARET WINE
RIOME A DE WVINES.
1 KSG ]ORY SCUJPPERNONU WINE:
I ICEG SWEET SCUPPERNON
1 KEG SWEET CATAWBA 'WINE~
BERGERI & EN~GEU'S.CELEBRIATE
ED LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE:
PURL'CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATURAL APPOLONAV
CIGARs AN TOBACCO;
UAP8057-A STRIC' ' 'Z'EN-'
TItE PlNIME MINI8'iE* OIGRIt-:I
FOR 25 CENTS;.
THE PUCK CIGAR-3' FOR 25'
THlE CORONET CIGAR-8 FO*' 24
THE SONORA CTGAR-3 FOR
THlE SMASHIER CIGAN-5 FOR 25'
TIIIE LIGHITNLNG.. IGAR-5 FOI~
THE MONARCH OF THE ROUTII
CXGAN-5 FOR 26 CENTS.
'IlE MASTR STROKE~ CIGAR-p
FOR 26 CENTS.
THE AMERICAN TWINS CIGAXi
6 FOR 25 CENTS.
'TUE COSTA RICA CIARn-:- F6
THiE ROYAL: SEAL ..dGAR.-o
FOR 26 CENTS.
TIHE ROSE AND fA~ CiGAR-j.9
PORh 25 C j!NTS.
THE- I'1AVA 'A .CHAROOT 5
T.' W. BItidK WELL'S 8 UK(ING.
ONN *ING TOBA CCd.--TilIjI
THE BEST 11IXED $2VNIIA
T61S AIi -E ElV