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ping goods, for sale at this office.
Dentistry-Dr. Isaiah Simpson.
. Pockot Dook lost-Marshall Me
. Rend Dentist Card of Dr. M. S.
Thcro was a very large camp
mneetinvg of the clorgd people on
u iaul :;y nr Iloirob. Shiortly alter
they had iembl d, a heavy rain
fell wlich disjersed them.
Wo return th:tinks to Attoriey
General S. W. Molton for a copy of
his able and exhative urgument in
the mandamus case.
DMr.' W. T. Robertson, of 0corgia, is
in town supplying patterns for 11al.
wick's perfect fitting thirts, warraitt
cd nut to ''ride up" in the bosom.
The Reason Why.
. A clorical friend con plains that he
has not been receiving his papor of
late. We can o ly necount for titis
*sstounding fact. on the ,bypothesis
that our "devil" ii afraid to go near
Death of Sanders Ford.
Sanders Ford, the colored Senator
from this County died Sunday of fo,
Ile was elected last year on a bolt
iug ticket from the regulur nowii ia
tion, and was supported by many Con.
5scrVative voters, who preferred him to.
the regular candidate.
Wo learn by a privato letter that
the house of the Iuin. W. W. loyce
niear Alexanhia Va., caie near be
ing destroyed by iro a few days
sin10c. Thle fire was caused by
matches. We repent our warning to
our friends to be careful in using.
Mr. James McCully has brought us
a monstrosity in the way of a Cab
bages. It is a large head surround
ed by fifteen si'nall ones, all from the
same stem, and ach harder tian the
other fourteen. Vairfeld elaims pro.
eminence in the production of
Col. J. P. Thoinas, formerly of
Foirfield, is negotiating for. the lease
of the Milit*ary Institute atCharlptte.
As Professor in the Citadel and Prin.
'pal of the Arsenal, lie was eminently
successful. The citizens of Charlotte
htould maike every effort to assist him
in his design. ______
We0 are pained to hear of the
death, on Friday evening, of Ebor,
an infant son of IT. A. Smith, Eeq.
. Also of the death of a daughter of
Mr. Joseph lbtterrce, from a disease
somewhat similar to the yellow'fever;
gblack v'omit being one of the .symp
Lomns. A second daughter of Mr.
Ratterree is very ill with the same
We call attention to the partn er
ship notico of Moss. Jno. C. Squyier
& Co. These gentlemen are well
known in this community. Mr.
SquIier is from Columbia but has 'rosi
dcd( here several years. lie is courte
.ous in his manners, and froni the way
lie collecta our dues to the Ilook~ and
La(dder Cpmpany, we know he is a
good mian for bpsiness. Give these
gentlemen a callI.
Services at the Episcopal Chtii''obi
. Bishop Ihown held services in St.
Jlohn's Church on Saturday evening
and on Sunday morning and evening.
.Jie sermnons were very fine, and were
weoll received. Tlhe raiti oli sunday
evening prevented many visitors from
iitt.cnding the ceremony of Confirma
tion. Three ihniberh waro admitted
to the~ communiion of the
Gold Water Tonmplare.
.A lodge of this branch was organ
ized Thursy evening, at 5, P. M.
Twenty.three boys and girls were en
i'olled. The otlioers temporarily
chlosen from the Good Templars are,
WV. N. Chandler C. T., Miss Minnie
Brown V. TI., P. II. Da)nnaonburg, P.
T.1., C. L. l tinter, C., Rev. J1. S.
Conner, G. and S., i'bah Colaumb in
.lrown, A. M., C. M. Chandler, S.
We state for the benefit of
Individuals Celeniousliy inclhinod thant
there is a nv'gro woman in jail for
thirty dayn fur stealing watermelons.
We wuish the inforination generally
ciroulated. The stealing of all kinds
of fruits and growing crops is an in
dictable offence. If all the thieoves
were arrested ani enged, our friends
tvould have more fruit to senld to the
We learn from the Charlotto Ob
server that a personal rencontro took
place Monday betwoen Col. Wm.
Johnston and Mr. It. J. MoDowell.
Tl~o cause.ofthe difficulty wan the
publication 'of cards from these gen
tlemen concerning the contested elo
tion for President of the A. T. & 0.
R. it. Col. Johnston was the assail
ing party. The coinbatanth were
soon separated, and were required by
Judge Moore to give bonds of $5,000
each to keep the pence.
Death of ]r. John U. Talbott.
We are pained to record the denth
in Paris, Ky , on the 5th instanit,
says the Coluniibia 1honix, of Mr.
.John Mason Talbott. It appears
that Mr. T. got into a difficulty with
a man named Joe Hlarrie, on the 4th
when Io received three wounds from a
pistol in. the 'hands df the latter-ono
of themi being in the hands of the
latter-ono of them being in the
head. At first it was thought that
Talbott was not. dangerously hurt,
but in. a short time lie took an un
favorable turn, and (lied the scoond
day after receiving his wounds. Mr.
Talbott belongcd to a highly res
Mr. Talbott was well known in this
county, and had made many iarn
Deputy Sheriff Keller ina cour
teously furnished us with the, follow
ing 'correct list of prisonors confined in
the jail at this place awaiting trial at
the November term of Court:
Edwa'rd 13alauce-3rand Larcenv.
Abner Jackson--Grand Larceny.
James Stewart-Grand Lareeny.
James i1arris-Burglary and Lar.
The following were tried before A.
M. Mankey, Trial Justice, and receiv
ad the followiing sentences:
Ruth Ann Barbcr-ilalicious Mis
shief--which consisted in outting up
watermelon vines. Sentenced to 30
ames Jackson- eti'it Larceny-30
The above list shows that stealing
is not a healthy employment these
lays. Iocing.cot.ton is better.
T. n.. )Robertson Esq., has returned
fron the Springs.
We had a visit yesterday 'from Mr.
. C. Gaston of the law firm of Pat
*e'rson and Gabton, in Chester. Mr.
Dlaston has native ability and fine
ttsinments and is rising in his pro
Mr. A. M'. Iluffio of Illackstock is
travellng in the interest of the NEWs
& IIERALD, and is authorized to re
oeivo subso'riptions ana1 advertise
Col. ?. 3. Camhoron is visiting
Winld oo. Ie is a native of Fair
edbut left fo'r Arkansas nmany
yea'ri .a'o. lIe was Colonel of a
Conte~erate begiment during the war
and has attained distinction in the
legal. profeosion. Col. Cameron re
pr esents Arkansas as being in a worse
conditioh than south Carolina.
"JTohn.Robinoon, a wealthy and
highly respestable citizen, of lih
mend, died on Friday night, from an
over dose of chloraul admuinisteredl by
his wife an a relief for inseinnia."
Chiojral is a dangerous medicine.-.
Several deaths occurred fronm it in
Sa n Francilsco not long ago. Eminen t
medical authorities have declared
that it 'should not be used except un
der the directions. of a physician.
The preparations of this medicine are
liable to underg~o chemical dlecoinpo.
sition and become deadly poisons if
kept too long. While chloral is the
hest narcotic known it should be
Tuesday Luke Barton was deoided
to be a harmless individual, and was
permitted to leavo jail and return to
the soil of which lie claims to hiave
been lord sixty years. Aftor his e
lease, he walked into one of the (ry
goods st6res with a lofty air and en
quired wil-ether he could probure a
few articles of apparel on pino duiyst
credit. dn being iltfoi-ied that he
could not, lie said that there was no
harm dlobe, and ddparted
A colored men named 'om Uibson
w as bronght i> town TIuesday, and
temnporaurily ,lodged in jail. Drms.
Robertson and tadd examined huitm,
and pronounced him an epileptic. At
times he is violent, lie will proba
bly be sent to the asylum until the at
tack is over.
Our Book Table.
'Tho August number of the South
ern Cultivator has reached us. It is
fully up to its usual standard of
excellence, and contains much of
interesting and valuable infor
mation. It ranks an th
firsti agricultural joirnals and far.
ners will find it worth while
to subscribe to it.
.The Phrcuological Journal is an ex
cellent journ-l and welcomo visitor.
Messrs Fowler & Wolls writo on
Overy concivable subject, and wri.o
well. A vant amount of useful kiowl,
edge can be found froin its pages.
The August number of the
Ecloctic has a fine portrait of the
novelist Hawthorn as a frontispiece.
It contains a historical sketch of
the Jesuits, a paper on the ineiling
of "King Arthur" "Lectures on D) r
win's Philosophy of Language," and
other valuabhl contributions from the
best authors living. To those who
are desirous of obtaining the cream
of foreign literaturo it is peculiarly
The death of eonator Ford h
cauised quito a stir in the Ridical
ranike. Colored politicians on am ules
are alheady coming in. "Where the
carcass is &c." Dealers are already
laying in supplies of cabbage loaf
cigars nnd jersey lightning of the
peculiar quality knowin as the "Can
didates, brand." It is well that the
crops ato laid by.
The rain Sunday fell upon the
just- the 1icople just out of Town.
Diptheria is still in tow'i.
Jack Smart Daniels, who furnished
so many iterims to the Uniou-Ilerald
local is back in Winmsboro.
Yesterday, Bruin Flenniken Esq.
unlerwent a successful surgical opera
tion, tie excision of an exorescense be..
tween his lip and gum. ie bore the
pain without a groan, but the applica
tion of caustic caused him to lick his
chops vigo rouily. Dr. Lumpkin con.
ducted the opcratiun quite successful
'There will bec a grand asconsion of
thrre blloons on Wednesday at 6
o'clock, fron Billoon Squaro. The
band arc practising, lup in a
balloon" for the occasion.
WXinsboro is much interested in
the problem of aerial navigation.
As anuounced, Prof. Dannenburg has
been making a ocries of interesting
experiments in aeronauties, in order
to insuro suxccess in his contemplated
voyage to the il oon via Congo Hall and
the North Pole. The desidoratum
has heretofore been to construct an
air-ship that will not ignite before
leaving the ground. This has been
obtained. Thursday th'e Professor
received a balloon per expross from
Baltimoro, fabricated from the finest
material, modeled after the "Graph
ie," ind embelIshed with "full
length busts" of Gen. Grant and the
lMan in the Macmm. The arrival of
this paragon of perfection caused in
tense interest among all classes, and
the smnall boys fairly hankered "to
see that baillaoon go upl.>' We iothme
dimensions of this wonder in the
F~rench metrical system, as the En.
glishi scale is not sufliciently refined
and delicately graduated to measure
it accurately. Length 1,121,312 m ii
limetros, dliamrter of base 299,18 mn.
mn., largest diameter 874,G6 rm. -mn.,
capacity 999,999, milligrammnes.
At the~designa te d hour all the dec.
votoes of science congregated at
"Balloon Sqgure" to witness thme as
Cension. Conspicnous among these
w~as Capt. Joeems Mac, who hand doffed
his nether integumnents for the occa
sion, and whose flowing dragery, as it
flapped lazily in the breeze against
his symmetrically proportioned ebon
pedestals, suggested mingled t houghits
of thme ble.ssings of soap and the glo.
rious results of the fifteenth aumend.
mont. (This is an~ episode.)
Everything was ready. The gnys
were loosened. The ballooni, liiko a
cagedl bird, panmting for its native' ai r
fluttered for ain instant. The brass
band struck tip No. I quickstep, arid
amid its inspiring strains rind the -ie
clamations of the assembled multi
d'e the I. illoon arlso gracefully
until tt strtick a 8. 8. E. wind and
uras w'ated oil' to worlds nnknown.
tn its cor1rse it passed directly over
Mlain St. M'lrchants, lawycis, physi.
cianis; cleuIs, artisans and loafers,
might be sec hiathesr, brjathless,
rpeechmless with suspense, until the
aerial prodigy had gone fromn thiir
gazo like a beautiful star. Then
tliey returned to their work, wiser'if
not sadder men.
T wo colored individuals on their
way fromi town, considerably elevated
by copious draught s of unt amed ben.
zine, saw the balloon. They pro.
maoumnced it "a sign in the olem onts."
T1he ara.insa of the band they mistook
for Gabriel's trumpet summoning
them to judgmeni. One dropped
on hi; nmarrow-bones and began to
shout, "Nowv I lay me down to sleep,'"
amnd chattered one eye tooth, two in
cisors and four molars down hiR
throat. The other broke ofr a f,11
speed and ran until, from the corn
bined effects of fright, bad liquor,
perspiration and. hpeo, ho fell in an
alnost molted condition. Ila was
brought to town in a wheelbarrow,
pihood on ice, and bad the pores of
his skin olos'd with'pjstor of Paris
to prevent furth'ir exudation. By
degrees he recovered, buthis chiseled
profile is gone forever. It is a ro
markable r oireumstanoo that his hair
did not turn gray from fright.. Wo
did not learn the names of thesc un
fortunatens . ..
The band are practising to play at
the the next ascension the popular
"Up in a I)Allo.on hoysup in .a hallon.
U p above t ie. little tara in vatinn enburg's
( N tho.road from Winisboro to Simp..
E. son'r T. 0., a mediun... sized leather
POCKET rOOK, oontaining no -nMey but
several valuable notes. The Mider will ie
rewarded by returning it to ie in Camden,
or to ollico of the Nxws and liNNIALD, in'
Wiunnsburo. - - , ! - -
Camden, S. C.
C II A R L O T TE, N. C.
ESP.EUTFULLY informs the cilitens
ind the publie -generally- that. he
will visit Winusboro S. C., professionally
the 10th of Au gust and remain five days.
FTIHE undersigned having formed a co
..L partnership under the name and
styie of.JOlN, C. SQVIER & CO., will carry
on the Dry Goods business at the old stan1
of S, C. Wolfe.
tALING WOLF E,
JNO. C. SQU I E Rt.
N. B. Saling Wolfo. will nttend to the
settleiern of the affairs of the lato firm of
Winnnsboro,' August 1131., 1873.
a ugust 12-t8
M. S. HANOKEL, M D.,
Dentist of Charleston, S. .,
W ILL visit Winnsbotro on or about
the 15th instant.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S, OFFE,
WIrxsuono, S. C., Aug., 2nd, 1873.
TlE annual meeting of the .board of
LCounty Commissioners for Fairfield
County will take place on the first Tues
day of September 1873. All persons having
claims against. the Count.y will p)resent
them on or before tile 1st day of Septem.
her, and in default thereof esaid accounts
will .not be audited at said annual
W. B. PEA KE.
aug 5-.j.1x4 Ciprk Board C. C.
J. TOTICE: I
r IIEOverseers of Townships Nos. 9,10,
T 1-1 nd 13, are ordered to work their
roads and put thein in good conlit ion by
lie 1th day of Seplember, 187-3. They
alre required tn order out all able-bodied
male persons botween (lie ag'es of 18 and
55. Wherever it occurs ihit. tliere were no
appoinltmentg~mdi~esfor 1873, tire overseer
heretofore appointedl will act.
JOllN M. MA RT IN,
AR R IV AL S.
Hr lE atiention ofthe ladies is called to
-1 -Our White Coods D~epartnments which
has bcwtn largely increared and consists ini
part of a-LA RtOF 'tTOUK of
White andi Buif Pignesa, Plali,-.Strlped and
Checked Nansopks, lii~alhop Lawns,
1'lain and St rijied Victoria Lawtns,
White, BuifT, Blue and Grei
Tlarltans, Ilnin and Dotted
Swisas Pique Trim
minigs, .Jaconiot, Ealgings
anid Jnsortinigs, Swiss~ and
-Stilk Ties, &c.
We alsteo all the attention of thre Gentle
men t o our
Inthia (T11ll -
We keep always on hand a full as 1
and wiil guarantee sat.isfaction both as
to QUATLITY AND PitICE.
MOMVASTER & BRiCE:
10Sacks of New F5lour from Granite
Mris-all grades, few for Cash by --
4.t ~ ~ ~ r - . .
We Itve'to-day placed 01]
our counters about
DRESS G OODS.
lIn a varli('fy of Pauerns]. whichl
we offcy at I'rices rang
10 ceits, to 21 ecltsji Yar d.
WOODWARD & LAW,
E HAVE just reooivod a lot of suporior
DIXON SW EEPS,
Our Stock, already LA 11GE
and FULL, is receiving
We Make ifardware a
3. M. UALLOWAY & CO.
J U S T
One Car load Flour, from "New Wheat."
Crushed A, Ex, C and Deunrara Sug r.
Parched Rio and Java Coffee,
Smoked and White BacoL..
D. I. Flenniken.
t'E TIP: s$]-D!D
A FRtESH SUPPLY.
INCLUIJ1NO six dIiirent kinds. Earl!y
1. White ,lDutch Globe, Recd Top, Oulden
hallI, Laing iminproved
1It a linga,
aind Yellow A berdeen.
Mly friends and Customer's will not fail
o call and suppily themiiselves j with tis
iloard Ilece to .9 per' Day.
TJIlli proprietor -of this well.
uknown first, clersa .iloie would re.
spectfiully, Iinforir. his rmany friends
Li theii traveling: public generally, that ho
i1 this 4My rdullced hirrateus of board fronm
M4 per dlny to $d. per dnuy, and at the snme
lime pledgos lhmself to spare no pains in
ho managemnict of thno house to susiain
ts reputahion as a first class~ flitel in
rvery rospect.. W. UOIIMxatA N,
july 31 -t2w Proprietor.
I will attend theo following Precints for
the purpose of r'ceivinag returns for
lhre year 1878.
Fi'asfervillu. 21st rind 2'21 of July,
D~oko, 28th Arid 20i h of .luily,
hiiidgeway, 30 andi :shr, of July.
Yongunesville, 1st Aug st.
lHireb, 4th 'f Auigust.*
Mlon icello, 6ith of Aurgust.
(Gladdien's (1rove, 12 h of~ \igust. '.
T hen A as-l fl iioc y ill b e opleined dnt :1y
unt il the 20)t h of A urgnet I Wi:3.
july J .I. CP,.
H arrs! Hdhisl H ams !
UST eeie a lot. Entra sugar cured
savassedi Iram's, low for cash hy.
fl. J. MicCARLET.
A lot Glranito MfIlls Flour, warranted.
api 19 Rt. J, MlCUARLEY.
BEATY & BRC
Are now receiving and have in Stor
among other articles in their lino.
700 bushels primo Corn,
300 Ih:shel' farcsl 'ground and bolto
Meal and hominy.
400 Backs Grauito Mills Flour, fros!
fromU the UlI, all brades,
15,000 Gallons Molasses, assorted kinde
16.000 pounds Dry Salt and Bacon 0. 14
2 ids. Dry Salt Shoulders.
I lot fine Sugar Cured Hams,
1 Car load fino Timothy Hay.
All of which will be so
FO0R S A LE.
2 noC.R. facn Sides paprm
cash price by thie Hlogshecad-or oni credit
--for noto with two approved sureties
pay ablo 15th ' Ootoborinoxt.
.july 1IACOT &CO.
Jitst Open~lidg at J. 0. 108.
iIE JHandsoniest aneil Largest RTOCK .. ,o ..,,-if
LMjillinery, inohaing Pattet'ns, Hata,
Itorit,~ iilbon,, Flowers. &c , will be
~''en for (lhe inspect ion ofthei Jsaies10 in a teff
J-'y8. M rs. iHo.:g will lparea- no pains in
iryhnk Io p lease all who6 may favor her flit~h
. In thea Dry Goods, Notions, ainki y
(loods doliartmentx, I will have a full stook.
ur itu Furniture!I
A large lot-qf: Bedsteads, M4atreason,
Chaixrs, lied Rtoom Suits, &o.
A full line of Groceries in-aIoro, et,
apt-il 8 J. O. DJOAO'S.
0O05 LBS. Fresh Candies,.
I4 bs. Peanut Vandy,
!' lbs..Cocoanut Candy!
-- Just Ilecoelved, .
april 12 U. 0. DEJSPOR T E & COt
Landreth Turnip S0~d,
OF ALL M4RIETIES.JUST. AT HAND
AkRD FOIL BALE BY
Withers & Dwiight.
AN EXTRA FINh ARTICLE OF
GUN POWDER TEA,
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
And Notions Anriving at
THE STORE OF
'Witters & Dwight.
Our semm6r DRESS GOODS
will be sold for COST for
CASH from this date,
A FEW LINES OF -
WITHERS & DWIGHT,
NOTWITIT8'1%ANDING 1large sales, iA till
suficienily LARGE and VARIED to plemse
the most fastid1ous. WO have a tino as
Striped Mohair Sackn.
White and Brown Linon Suils,
:,' 1.Wijue en rancy Marseilles Vests,
wIth Tionm s gradjesof * v
In .UITb, which are offered at tempting
- E3 .A. M-W e
FeveraLtyles of Ilpys Suits tire offered
N. B3. Let overy one rem~emnber that we
are prepared to have aniy style of shirt
made to order, and a portect It, guaranlted.
WOOD WARD & LAW.
a 50% NRCASH
(tO W peas, Pois, l'ea's I A lso a car
AJ foad ofiBolted~ioal, .1-00Sacks~ Lauity
.Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Rice, llams of the
finest grado.. Also a- fino assortinenut of
Wines and'Llquors, conslisting la part. of
1 BlbI. Nathan's Old Cabinuef,
1 .bbl, lBaker's Old Rye,
1'Case of Koentitk'y,
. .Boquot Whiskey,
Which oannot be excelled in quality'
2 cages McEwIn's Ale, *
and Cherry hirandiosm,
and'ofher LIquors, all of thie very fines
July 15 -
SIIERlEB37idtlib thuitaf-paruei's of Fau.
~.field County that Ilth all'be at myo- e
fm B o'clookc A. Mi., to 2 o'olook .~
from the 16f of JuLey-to Augut-20th, -1878,
to yecoei ve~ rbtuir,un from-eoh amid all pot-sons
li ablo to tme on' Real Estta atld personal
prope rmy for taxation 'of 18781' Also al
tawab e polls are required.9tu Mako rctura
unfoer the amended not-of fhb General As,
seglbly,:aproved 20th l Yebruary, 187:8,
to nfooo hepaymfent dfthe poll tax, nnel
ln detbult 61 the pny net of thisa lax shall.
he subject, t''a' onalty of dlouble the
amocuttd of theihpoll I ax andl rcequird to
9roirk upb~i th4t highway or roa is. Tilfe not
of the GIover'al Assonmbly provides for the
i'enusessment of Real Eshrabo, and to. cor
reet, the Reccords of the duili pr's ollica~ of
Mutosai if any exist, anid to f truihla pn 'fre
tal wuti correot, return of all tnxable prop -
(rlty in Fairfild County,' , . ..
"The law also requires 6h's Couary. Aui-.
tor to assess all ptieds~ it69m fiai 1o kuliso
a roeur of their fca4 of personta' proppy
within the ilme abovoi not cd. *ibi a r-n1-.
ty of 60 per cenl, on' both. he l.. an .i
partlenlav will be rlgidly enfort r'r nIt
toturns will be received and asessmemurs
made inaeoordanip, withilaw p t thme Audmi.
tor's offee la Witinuboro, 8. C.
-- ' JOEL COPEa -
july 1-6jd- . -- A . P..
. fYO bkr4s'erosef6 011. The urity fo
..' whIch Is gura' antceti,
mar II U.(I;DEPRT AE&&9d