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B. and L. Association-D. It. Flen
Prof. Joseph LeConte has declined
the professorship in the State Universi
ty. The trustees will fill the vacancy
at an early day.
We are requested to state that the
. W. E. Boggs, D. D., will preach
In the Presbyterian Church to-morrow
at eleven o'clock in tho morning and
-at a quarter past eight in the evening.
The seats are free and all are cordially
We are authorized to say that the sur
vivors of.tho 12th Regiment who wish
to attend the Regimental Reunion at
Yorkville, on Thursday, August 19th,
can go and return for $2.75-tickets
good for five days, Those who wish
to do so can return by special train the
same evening in time to meet the
down freight train on the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad at
Chester and reach home tJie same
ROcK CREEK, August, 8, 1880.-Al
low me to correct an error in my
sketchi of Hon. D. R. Evains. I learn
since I wrote it that he died in Winns
boro in 1848. My acquaintance with
him was quite limited, hence the er
ror. I learn also that lie was a mem
ber of Congress eight years. This
taust have been be"ore andduring the
war of 1812, as Dr. Wn. Woodward
was a member not many years after
that war, and Gen. Starling Tucker,
of Laurens county, his successor. I
learn also that the .Hon. David R.
Evans was educated in England, and
I suppose his brother Joseph also. I
omitted in my sketches Capt, Henry
Harrison Counts, a n'ative of Newber
ry county, but lived and died near
Lyles' Ford. He was assssor and
tax collector of our county, as many
of your readers know, and a metmber
of the'Baptist claurch at Rock Creek,
and died ini 1872. When I commenced
the task of recording the memories of
onr departed men of Western Fair
field, it was my object only to memo
rial1e tos whohlived and died in ye
o'lden tine, but as some some of your
juvenile readers, as I thought, might1
wish biographical sketches of later
date-of some of our men of worth, who
have paid the last debt of nature, I
-have thought best to do so, and as I
before observed hoe they have
bee.cn both cntertalned and instructed.
REPORT OF THlE TOwN CLERnK.---The
followig is -the statement. of the town
clerk and treasurer for June and July:
June 1-To balance per last
statement - - - $ 17.92
June 80-Fines and liceses 6,00
June 80-T. W. Rabb, license 37.50
July 18-Amount from sale
* of old market bell 4.42
July 28-.-J.. Ciendining, li
- .ense--- -------37.60
July 28-AA. Williford, li
* conse -------7.50
July 24--S. S. Gibson, license 07.60
- July 84-F. W. .Habenlcht,
license - - - - 37.50
July 25--J. D- McCarley, li
cense o - 37.50
July 26-U. G. Desportes, ii- 75.00
July 28-W. 11. Don l icense 87.50
Jnl #1-Fines 'a licenses 17.00
Tiotal -* ---$46.21
June 22-By Freight on bell $ 1.40
June 2-Feigt on tar - - 2.00
June 28-One b)bl. coal tar - - 4.60
June 28--Lumber - - - - 0242
Junte 80-Cleaning hall - - 1.85
June 80-Work on pumnp - - 6
July .0-Casting for boll -- - '1.60
July 18.---New mxarket b.ell - 11.89
July 22-Hlanging bell - ..- 6.60
July 22-Two lamp posts - - 0.00
*July 24i-Repairing cisterns - 17.00
Jul 80-Lumber - - 13.05
Jel 80-Work on streets - - 63.15
July 81--W. B. Gilb.ert, police,800
two mlonlths- --800
July 31-4. E. Williams, - - 70.00
July 81-Abram Munro - - 20.00
July 81-Addison Clark -- 20.00
Total - - - -.-.$4.2
B3alance---- -- ---- 74.18
W'MR OLD SIXTH.
Proceedings of Ahe Suwivors' Ieoting at
ilaekstock--A Yery Pleasant Time.
The third annual reunion of the suir
vivors of the Sixth Regiment was held
at Blackstock on This*.lay. Ample
arrangements had been made by the
people of Blackstoclk and its vicinity
for the entertainment of their visitors,
and at least two thousand pounds of
earcasses had been prepared for a bar
becue. But a perfect flood descended
on Wed4nesday and conituinued all that
night and util midday. Thursday,
*which rendened $fe building of fires
utter impossibility. Notwithstanding
this great disappointmeht, tables wore
,p..epain ? vacant building and an
?buhdaciee of viands was prepared.
hecrw begani to assenble as soon)
as th weathr sufloiently cleared
fbitravie. the F'airfield surviv(
and friends eamo up on the midd
,talm. As they reached the depot i
Blackstock Light Infantry, under co
mand of Capt. Jno. It. Craig, wq
drawn in line to receive them. Bohl
them were the survivors who had
ready arrived, with the old battle-V
e;f the Sixth. *
A line was then formed under G
eral John B. Erwin, as marshal of I
day, and proceeded to the chur
Arrived there, Capt. R. C. Clown
in the absence of'the President Gone
Bratton, called the meeting to order
The Rev. W. E. Boggs, the orator
the day, was introduced. le said tlI
after consultation with friends he I
decided not to deliver the addre
The time between the trains was )i
ited and would be wholly occupied
the routine business and in social
tercourse. lie would much ratl
hear his friends talk than talk hinsc
There were many prowent whom
had not sein in years, and wic
hands he wished to shake. He oi
not do justice to the subject he I
chosen in .a few remarks, and
thereford begged to be excused. .
Major Woodward was willing to c
cuse the gentleman on the one con
tion that the address would be pu
lished. The survivors desired to he
Dr. Boggs explained that it had ii
been written out, and the baby con
not be baptized before it was bor
Col. Rion said: "The address Is i
tended to be delivered here in t
presence of us all and we desire t
words to come living from the el
gint speaker's mouth. Let the int
ter rest with the Executive Conittc
aid let us have this address at t
Mvjoir Woodward withdrew his in
tion and Col. Rion's was adopted.
The minutes of the last neetingr
Winnsboro were read by Secretai
G-aillard and approved.
On motion of Mr. Doggs, the repo
:f the Committee on Rosters was ca:
Capt. Gaillard said he had sent I
itructions to the vice-picsidents to r
port rosters of their companies, at
iad received three rosters, givi:
nerely the names of the mien and t]
iumber that were killed or had die
rhese companies were thoso of Cai
Mstoii and Capts. Curoton and Clol
Capt.. Cousar reported that Lici
Drennan had pro)ared a ro-ter
Jonpany A, but that the weather pr
rented h11im fiom attending.
Lieutenant Grandison Williams pr
,ented a printed roster of Conipany
Captain Cousar added that the rc
)f Captain Wylie's company was
;ho hanids of Lientenant McDani
wvho was also detaimned.
Colonel Rion then said that lhe hi
sonferred with the first Colonel of tl
[legimnent, Colonel Rion, [lauighte
md had received from him a comiphe
'oter of the members present for dui
m the 12th of April, 1861, as reporte
:o General Bleaurecgard. The rest
was complete excepit as to a portion
hie Buckhead Guards, The summna1
uhows: Field and Stall, 11;. Ced
Dreck Rifles, 71; Boyce G uards, 8
i'airficjd Foncibles, 76; Chester Blun
)6; Chester Guards, 98; Little* Riv
?luards, 81; Buckheoad Guards, 8
Jataw ba Gunards, 78; Pickens Guiard
I1; Calhoun Guards, 106. Total, 80
ifhis roster was received with a
Captain Cousar reported that Ca
aln Agurs had a complete roll of LI
[logimnent after its reoirganization
1862. HIe himself had a comple
'oster of all wh~o had ever belonged
30ompaniy A during the wnr,.
'The treasmier reported that at tl
ast meeting $7.66 had been colfbcte,
hat he had sp)ent $6.50 for books at
,ad $1.16 left. The solvent conditi<
>f the trasury caused general satisia
On motion of Dr'. Boggs it was rn
olved that certifled lists of met
ers be published ini the regular pr
ceodings and that those who had n
'eported be requested to dJo so.
The chairman announced that ti1
vae the time for thme election of of
e, and on motion .of Col. Rio
econded by Major Woodwa'd, the o
>ffieore were unanimously re-electe<
On invitation of Capt. Cousai
Jhester waus 8elected as the place
hie next annual meeting on th.e lh
'httraday in August.
On motion of Gen. Erwin, tnani
cro unaniioousl y 1.endered
he Blackstock Light Infantry for the
The Chester branch of' the A ssoci
ion was empoweired to make arrang
nlonts for the next meeting.
On motion the survivors a.djourn<
o partake of dinner.
A fine dinner had been pro pare
lotwithstanding the great disappoin
nent from the weather. The than]
>f the reporter is specially tend(er'ed f<
~ourtesiesat the table. The survivo
mud their Mrends and the candidat
~rom two countios mixed generally at
mad a good imo all round. Tile a
'ival of theo down train brought t1
nleotin)g to a close, anid Winnsboro wa
alfely reached. Among theovisitors prne
mnt were tihe R1ev. W. E~. Bioggs, D.D
thio Volunitee3red in the Foencibles at1
mmd subsequently became chiaplal
mind ieutenant I. ID. Gaillard, fro1
tome, (ia., who carried his musket.j
lompany Q until his promotion to
Disapointm nonver attends tI
sooD.DuisBaby yr p P
5 cenits *
Subscribe to TnE NEWiiS AD JiE
C~~~~~~~W X B2AN bhO 1
Lff VJOUIIINGft AhI, UP' 2-11ASI.
irs From the Detrolt Free Press.
fy "I don't want to nmake any trouble,
ho but there is OIC llanl III thiS cit-y Wlo
m- ought to be gibboicd 1" began a blunt
. spokon woian of firty-Ilve as s lo
stood befbo t heo officials of the Twenti
nd oth strect station ia (v or two ago.
al- When they inquired for particulars
a, sih batilded ont a hicler aid 14a11 -
* "Observe tle envelope. The letter
Is addressed to ino. You will seo that
m- Ile writ'er calIs me his jessaminlc, aud
h he wants .mo to sot a arly dato .br
,1h. tho wedding."
)Yy When the captain had finished tie
1'al letter she wits ready with anotlier, ad
"A ild this is addressed to my daugh
of r Luicrott. You will see that ho
,at calls her his ro-Sy angel, niad Ie say.s
ad b10 can't ive if she doesn' Uarry him.
, t.'s the saminimn."1
So it wats, ald his letter was as tenl- I
- der as a spring chicken. That finished,
int she handed out a third, with (he ro
e, "This Is directed to my daughter
Helen. It's the very sano man, and fin
it le CaJls her- his pan1sy and b1e says lie
ie dreais of hcr."
so "Why ho scois to love the whole
1d Pinily," remarked the captain.
ad "That's jist it. I'm ia Widow with
two daughters, and ho was courting us I
lie all at once and engaed to the tireo of
us at the same tine. Oh I what I
X- wretches there are in the World 1"
li- "Yes, Indeed. It's lucky yoi found
b lim OUt." Itslcy3Ofod
"Yes, it Is. If I hadi't lie might
ar have mairi-led the whole caboodle of
us. If Lucretia hadii't opened on of
ot my lotters and if I hadn't searchad the
Id girl's pockets whIl they were asleep I
we'd havo thought him an inillocont
"And do you want him arrested?"
n- "No, I guess no but I want this a
h)e matter to go Into the papers asawatrn,
l1,i", '..to Other WOMeII. Just think of his
-si(tting. up with mie Sunday nlight,
0 uIlmtia on Weinesday Iithi, a(
t- Ilelen oil Friday night., and callino
e, each of' us his Cl )iing rose 1 Oh, sirS ,
0 the wVO110n ought to kInow wha it a de
ceivil. animial mall isly
0 "Yes. he's pretty (h."01
''It has learned Im,it lessonl," sheo
Sai as she was ready to go. "The
at next man lthat comaes sparking around
yn bouse has got to coio righat out .1
and say which he's aftor. If it's the
girls I. won't say nothing, and if it's 1
t e it wonl't (10 'cm a bit of good to
- slaim things arouild lind twit 111e of
buirying tvo husbands!"
C- FOUN D,
kd GOLD BR OACH, which the owner
g .. (can obtain at this oflice, upon
1 paying fcr this advertisenot and a suit
able reward to the finder.
L1. aug 7
v- B. AND I.. ASSOCIATION.
r I 3HE 6(11P le.illarl Imeetiln of tl in ns
. W)ro . Uwr migad .M.l AssOclanloll
will be 1"'in the '1 Own Nall onl 'mod.uny oN1.
of tin", te Ptl: inlstant, at SY O'clock. Alem elrs will
C- brig their books amt pay Leir mom! lily insil
Inents it or before , tit IIlle, urVwis the
pelialty of Ie cl ents elrh will be ciiarge
D. It. FLENNIKEN,
4_ aug "Secretary.
WINN. seIto, S. ( , July 10, 1.%0.
ONan afer hisdato, Juo. Johnston b
ceases.to be our agent, and we are no r
longer responsible for his debts contract
d ed after thuis date unless by special agree
ment. F. ELDER & CO.
to FIRlE ISUXRANOE.
'l 3EFire Insurance Biusiness Agency
will he resumed in Fairfield County
er' by the ulndersbigued. Theli patronage of
of the public and ot' former patro'n.s is solic
.y ited, Oflon a't the storo-houseo of J. F.
-McMastecr & CJo. 0. RI. TH'lOMPSON.
a' july 5-12awlmu
s, NOT ICE.
Dr WINNbnIoRO, S. C., July 8, 1880,
2, WE have thisa day. sold to nobert, Mle
C arhey all our interest in the grocary and
liquor business horetofore cond'uctedl inh
p- agent. rob onF. ELDER & CO.
HAVING purchased the above business
P' from F. El dor & CJo., I solicit a cont'nu--L
10 anco ci the pub~lic piatronage. Thme biusi- I
n ness will bo con ducted as herefoforo by
oJohn Johnston1as my agent. eAL;
FORL YOUNG LADIYs,
id R ALBEI GIl, N. C.
m R1EV. R. BURWEUL1 L, . rni.
- JOHN B. BUR1WEL,Pmcpl
TIHE niext session comninces
on Wedlnesday, t'he 1st S'eptoem
a- No institution off'ers Rup)erior
-advaintages for instruction in
idi ranhesusullytaught in first-class
Advantages for instuot.ion in music
is (vocal and instrumental) and Modern
.The only Institution in (ho Souith hav
n, img in succesasful operationa a fully eqipi
id pod school for instruction in the theory
and practice of cooking.
For circulars and catalogue, ad dress
R1Ev. IL. BURlWELL4 & SON,
of July 17-2a Raleigh, N."C.
-BEN GAL LIQUID BLUING.-- si
d THEl. BEST JN THEl WvORLD. IT COSTS C
t-THE CONSUMER NOTING,
id .MY LIQUID BLUE is put up *
r.. with atont Sprinkler, by the use of
ic wichyou save at least half the p.
Bluing, and got bettor results. The si
consumer ifd the
BI]OTTLE1 AND SPRINI(LER ~
~'worth more than tho priceoOf article
a for a variety of uses, such ats pop..1I
per sauce, hair oil, tooth wash, bay
rum, or perfumei'y bottle. Try a
Cbottle and save money.
FORLSALE ONLY BY
* . W. H. DONL4Y,
July 31 .Oni the Corner.
13 BML&r 0
[0 NEI BUTA~Y & olas
Fust received and to j%rrive in a few
Tlny now goods bought botoro the re
cont heavy advance, which will
la sold at the vory lowest cash prices to
our fri-nads and oustowers.
'ilegant Casinores, lornani Dress
Goods, Moinie 6loths, Bunting, &o.
$. niou assortmenit of Calicoes, Mitushns,
LawnH, Dress Linens, White Goods.
['orchou Laces. Edgings, Ilosiery, Hand
kerchiefs, Nookwoar, Gloves, &o,
rou can finnd. in fact. Dry Goods of all
kin at the CORNER STORE
prios Whicl wo guarantoo
please or we do not ask a sale.
7all early and give our stock 4 thorough
inspootioni, it i1
)ur delight to show our goods.
SIJOES I SHIOE~S:
Our atock of Zoigler Brothern' fino Shoes
and Bay Stato erewad was
rover botter, and of those kind wo inalo
a spocialty and warrant.
!ie shoes in high and low cuts, and but
ton shoes in bigh and low cuts.
i h out men's g4iters, low cut sioos
%and and naohino sowed, screwed.
ven the ohildren and babies wore re
menmbered ind a nioo solectioun l)ought
,;lI at once and make a selection ot a
Cassimero or Blte Flannel;
Or leave your measuro for a suit selected
Nare bargains in soft Felt ilats, Stif'
H1t.s and Straw Ha4ts.
rew goods in 0rockery, Glassware, Gro
eerte1, Hoes, Plows, &o.
ech lepartment Is ready for a look. Call I
anid buy and be leaed.
Oeo ber our motto is QUICK SALES,
HO NACHSAE AE
Itwt eapaet0an n,wo y1 x
nna o,DLWATlf,tatadd ro
itw bengadpport-ons ny onae, wnd supll oh
cOeay solidit,y aind Strengt.h. T'he setrplus
11(d is actumally needless so far as Urn,.TrY and
aulty are conernedl. In JAMES DlOs8' P~ATr
NT GOLD WATVCJI CASES, this wVA5TN of pre
ous metal is overcomoe, asi'i 1,ie SAMEa sor,iTy
D3 STItE.NO'rhl produced at frome eo-hArf, to
ie-halt of the itsual cost of solId cases. Thbis
'OCess is of the ,most, SIn0plo nat,ure, as8 fol
ws: a platm of nickel compllosilon metal,
eially adlaptedi to thle purpose,bas twoplates
SOLID) GOLDJ soldered onie on nalch skIc. Trho
re are then passed bet,ween polished stoel
llers, andl t.h result( la a strp ofhcaLvy plated
mphositten, frozin which t,he casos, backs, con
is, bozzics, &c,. ero cut and shaped by sulta
s diles and formers. -The gold ini ,hese oases
suflioient,ly thick to admit of all kiuds of
asing, engraving and onameling; the en
avedl cases have boonlcarried until worn per.
et.ly smooth by tilme and Uso Withotit remnov
Tis i8 TllE.ONL~Y CASE MAJDE WITJI'TWO
.ATECS OF NOLID1 (lOLl), AND WAR LIANT'ED
k'(H1PE'(A L CEIITIFICATE.
[For sale by (Connor & Chandler and 0. Muller.
1k for Illsrated Catalogue and to sce wvar
nt'. Inch li-tXly
For using Ir.doliblo Ink. Price, 2
3 cents. For Salo at Drug StoreoOf<
WV. Ei. AILEN.
A Now Supply for sale by
july 13 ~ 4K~X
FOt STATE SENATOR.
The many friends ofoapt. 17. A. GAI4
LARD would respectfully nominate hli
as a candidate for the Sonato, subject I
the action of the Deuooratio prinmaries.
FOl JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Messrs. Bivors : Please any.ounee th
present Inoumbent, .1. It. Boyles, Judp
of Probato, as 9 eandidate for' re-olectio
at the onsuing election, vubjeot to the n<
tion of the pen oeratio party at the pr
maries. By so doing you will oblige hi
14 oaly FaIENDW
FOR SCHOOL COMMISS1ONEI
The friends of DR. JOHN 1OYD), ap
proointing the skill, xeal and 1idoliv
with which ho has discharged the dutie
Df Hohool Cumnxissione.r, respectfull-i
nominate him for ro-eloction-subject t
the notion of the Democratio primaries.
The friends of the REV. JAM'8 DOUG
LASS respoetfully nominate him for th
psition of School Comilmisioner of Fair
Acld County at the onsntug Plootioa
3ubject to the notion of the Ddelooati
party at the primarios.
FOl. R EPIl1PSENTATIVE1.
The friends of T. P. MITCHELL regari
Am fitted to reprosent the county in th
11ouse of Represontatives, and respootfutt'
mbinit his name to the Jemocrats e
Fairfield for their action In the primajjry
We present the name of Maj. C. E
P'HOMAS to the Democratio voters e
Fairfield county 4s one that will ably ant
ificionetly represent us in the State Log
slature. Numanoeus FRIENDS.
The many friends of the Hon. ilOS
3. BI1-Q. appreciating in a high degre
its past eirvioOs in the 1.ous of Ropro
tontatives, respectfully nomi4ato j)iq fo
0-1eotion, subject to the result of th
)einocratic primary election.
Messrs. 4i1ors: Pleaso announce Mr
rAMES, 11. TUNtN;R as q candidato fol
he Legislaturo at the ensuing election
ubjet to tho action of the Democr4ti
ilubsat the primaries. By so doing yol
vill oblige hi. IANr FIllENDS.
dyessr. .DlitWors: WO b0g to present tc
ho favorable consideration of tilo voteri
>f Fairfield county Mr. GEORGE H. Mo
olASTElt as a oandidato for one of our
lopresontatives inj the 1next Legislature.
Wo present his name with the full asur.
mne of his high qualifications for this
listingruishod position, for in addition to
us finished education and acknowlIedgel
noral worth, he is one of the most public
Pliritd citizens in our county, and a
uoh cannot fail to be a most ueful nein
)cr of our Legislature. MANY VoTEnS.
The frionds of R. N. MMASTER, Esq.
'spectfully nomiinat him for the office of
hIrif of Fairlield Cu.mty,.subject to th
otion of the Democratio primary.
The friends of 8. W1IORTI YONGUI
ominate him a candidate for the onjoc,
f 8horiff at the eusuing olection-ubjec
o 10 action of the Democratic primaries.
Mlessrsq. .or: Ploese annoufce lr
t. E. ELILISON. JR., as a candidate for
,heriff of Fairfield County, at the enan
mg eloction--inblct to the action of thr
)emojratic primat-y. 'MANY FnwENDs.
The nmany friendjs of M-'. JNO. D. Mc.
3ARLEY, recogniaing his peculjar f1tne,si
or theo ofice, respectfully nomninate hin
or 1Shcraff of Fairfield Connty--surbject t<
he -action .of the Democratic p)rimanry.
Mee.srs. .Iuiors: As nominations are lit
eider, permit us tn present the name 01
)JL. JNO. B. DAVIS as re candidate foz
boeri8 at the ensuing eletion, subjet
I. course, to the action of the Demoe'ratic
rimraries. MANY FI'IIENJ)s.
Mfesisrs. ltlitorsq: Please announceMr.
AS. L- lIOIHMOND as a candidate foz
her1h at the ensuing e!'ent.ion, subject te:
lie notion of the Demociratic Club ls at th<
nauricH, and oblige MANY itUINNDR.
,Messs Editors: Please announce Mir
.Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
)emnoeratic nomination for sheriff at the
ioming election (subject to the doelsioI
f the primairy election) and oblige muana
rioeds in the
SOUTRWsrJn PORTION OF TYIf COUNTY
OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Messrs. J.idorR: Please announoe Mr
~ACOB3 BOOKMAN as a candidate for thi
>fhooe of County Conmmissioner. for Fair
beld County at the ensuing eleotion, sub
Oct to the Democratic primary.
Please annxounto Mr. J. Win IR)WN
can didarto for County Coinrauisior
mubject, to the not.ian of the Democratil
rima"ies.. Mr. Brown has been muai
nously13 endorsed by the BIythewoodl club
Mesvsrs. Eluora; The many friends o
aIr, JNO.0. A. STEWAIRT respectfulli
iomiinate him as acandidate for the oflo'
LDcou nty Commissioner, enbjoot to thij
Me,ssrs, kiitotst Plese anne)e THOS
). OWINGS, Erq., as a candidate for tihl
)ffeo of C'ounty Commnissioncr--*subjec
o theaetion of tihe Democratic Primparies
mnd oblige hris MANy Fnirwes.
Afessrs. )Klitorst Piease announce DIX
or the ofieo of County Co missi,mor *e
he ensuing elecotion, subject to the notloz
>f the Democratic primaries, and oblig,
us5 MANY Funiinos.
.Messr,,s. )iluiorsq: Please aiinounco Mr
ilARLES4 DOUOLAM8 as a candidate lo
Jounty Comm iiissioner of Fair Bold, sub
ot, tiho resuit of thre Democratic prinary
Me..wrn. )iluors: Please announco Mr
r. E. POWELL as a andidlato for theooic,
if County CommissioneI' at the .ensuring
leerlion-snbjeet to the o.8tion of the pri
a ary elelon of .the omroorrrUo club.
Thre friends of Capt. JOHNl~ A. UIIN
4ANT respectfully nominate him for ro
lection to the oficeo of Count.y Comm is
loner-subject to the result of the De.no
Messrs. Editors: The friends of WI!1
AM AIKEN, Esq., r-espootfully annoujrpo
aim a candidate for County ?'ommis
.aotror at the onsuig e.ection, sub.jet t<
ho rosult of the Demaocratic primaries.
Messrs;.v AM'itor.s: Please anfnonnen JAS
I. IAiICVEY, Est ., as a candidate for tin
>uoe of County Commissioner at, tihe en
uin g eloction-subjeet to tihe action oi
ho Democratic clubs at the primary elee
lon-and oblige his
Mesars. Ufois: Please annoumoe Mr
I. M. ZEALY as a candidate for the 4ftoe
f Countf Oommissioner at. the ensuing
ioetion.--subjeot to, the action of the
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONE1
3Messrs. J011ors: 1leaso announo AJ
u ROBEIVT D. BOLICK a a candidate t
o County Cominsioner of Fairfield at ti
enuing elcotion--subject to the action
the Dowooratic primary.
Tho frl(!njt ot Mr Jam11s 1 ron,
n Salem, rempectfully nominato hin for t
e offlo of County Commissioner at the e
I 8uiniolection. -sub)jeot to the action
th? Denocratic primary.
The maliy friends of Mr, M. H. M
- GitADY nominato him as a candida
for:County Comnnimsioner at the enRuir
election, Rubject to the action of t1
- Me.r. Milora: Pleae announ o allB
H. OA8R4 DUKKEama candidate tbr Couni
e Commiioner at the ensuingr oloctioi
) s"bject to the action of the Domloorat
priwary. . IANY FRIENDS,
Tho friend of Mr. JAMES W. OOLI
' MAN respotfully notiniato hi for ti
ofico of County Coinnssioner of Fai
field--sibot to the action of the Dein
o ratio primary.
-F1INE L 1QU01U,
f ATHANS BROS.' Old Cabinet Ity
iN 186U, Cid loanoko Whiskoy, 18M
Also, Rotterdam Brandy. Cold Ham fc
lunch frovi 11 to 1 o'cloCk every day.
HAVE recently nade exten"ivo add:
,tion" to my ptock of WVinoq nox
liquors. which consisK4 of a full asori
moent of Ryo Whiskey, Corn Whiskey
French Brandy, Apple Brandy, Ponac
Brandy, Sherry Wine, Senippornong Win(
Champagne. etc , etc.
'a- I claim to sll the FINEST AN]
PUtEST RYE WHISKEY to be had ii
Vinnsboro. Give it a trial.
I nlo also It op on land-a full supply o
SEGA ]IS ANID TOIRACCO,
in great variety, and adapted to the taste
Call nt the PAL" ETTO HOUSE, in th
Wiunsboro Iotel building.
TO THE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD
I AVE established a Sale 8(able a
Winaboro, and am prepared t
sell stock stock on very accominmodat
iug tci'mns, either for cmash or on thu
ua'til next fall for ne'gotiabilc papet
Pecrsons wishing to buy or swap wil1
do well to call on mte befio p)urchasl
I will also pa the highaest caish pie<
CORN AND FOD~DER
Delivered at my Stab)le on Congres
St.reet, located onte dloor south of th
jati 4. WJJLLIFORD.
FJirst-classq (Grocerieos constantly 01
hand,Rl and sell the samaraltiving prices
A 11rcsh lot of Patenat Fiuly Fl.our
the best ini town. It. has no eqjual
Jackson's best grades F?amily Flour.
Fourw gt'dels of G reen. Also, Pah<
SRio and Java.he
Of' aH grads-from the highest t<
FshPears, TIornaatoes, Salmon
Hlorse and Mule Shoes, Nalls, Tac
CThains, Plows, andI( oter articles to
mnrous to metion. Quality aml
rice gnar'anteed. Give mec a call ami
july_20 J NI E .
- Gray Fox Skins
I Rabbit Skine.
Al The highest cash prices w
be paid. ,
maty 28 Ir
WINES AND LIQUOR
GREAT VARIETY. -
WOULD inost respectfilly lijpO
my custoliers and the pitize)is Qf FnlFe
to flold generally, that I keep li stocI c
1 full supply of Ono Lkqf4ora, Clgo'FP
Tobncco, &c., &c., and guarai
satisfactioti to any one giving -
I trial, My stock conists as J10 -
OTAV,D, TUII-UY &CO.1 OGqAa
BRAND'S SCIIIEDAi GIN$,
RA118Y'S SCOTCH WHIBKEM
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F, MOHINO DE MORA 81MRY
F. UOLINIER PORT WINZ-,
G. II. MUMM & CO.'8 ulEiMg.
GENUINE itINE WINE,
SAICATOGA PLIE RYE W1IS.
NATHAN'S 1863 CABIn-T RYJ
STRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE Wllj
KEESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY,
STONE MOUNTAIN RYE AND
CELEBUATED PilEIFFER E. RYE
KENTUCKY BOURBON WIIIS
PLANTATION RYE WHI-KEY,
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTh CAROLINA SWEET MA8I1
PLANTATION CORN WIKEQY8.
NEW ENGLAND RUAL
FRENCHE'S "BOSTOA" GIN.
VERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
INOE 1YADE~ WINEs.
1 KEG DRY SCUP'PERINONG WINE,
1 KEG SWEETr SCUPPERNONtj
1 KEG SWEET CATAWBA WINEh
B JERGER1 & ENG EL'S CELEBRAT
ED LAGElt BEER ON DRAUGHT
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED ALE,
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATURAL APPOLONA
RHIAPSODY-A STR'ICTLY TEN,
THE1 PRIME Mi~NISTER CJGAR-3
FOR 25 CENTS.
TIHE PUCK CIGAR-3 FQR 26
TIHE CORONET CIGARI.-D FOR 25
THlE SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR
TIlE SMASHER CIGAR-5 FOR 25
TIHE LIGHITNING CIGARI-5 FOR~
THEi MONARCH OF TIlE SOUTIE
CIGAR-5 FOJR 25 CENT8.
3TIIE MASTER STROKE CIGAR-~5
F"OR 26 CENTS.
THfIE AMERICAN TWINS CIGAII
5 FOR 25 OENT8,
TUHE COSTA RICA CIGAR-4~ FO1R
THlE ROYAL SEAL CIGARI-10
FOR 26 CENT$.
TIlE ROSE AND) LILY CIGAR-40
TIHE IIAVANA CHIAROOT8,-4
T, W. B3LACKWELL'S SMQO(ING
THEi BEFST MIXED' BEVERAGES ~
OF? THE B3$ASON SER.V
AT A4. JJUUS OF
TUEf DAL, TO 8tJIT TIlE M