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Lr O CAL ITErS.
CHANGE OF SonEDULE.-The follow
ing is the schedule of the Charlotte,
Columbia and August,a Railroad :
Goine, South. Going North.
Leave B1acukstook, 3.15,P.M. '2.15, P. M.
Winnsboro, 4.02, r. n. 11.20, A. M.
" Rtidgoway, 4.38, r u. 10.52, A. at.
Going South. Going North.
Leave Binokstook, 12.31, A. nt. 2.03, A. M.
Winnsboro, 1.14, A. M. 1.14, A. M
" Ridgeway, 1.49, A. U. 12.36, A. it.
New Goods-McMaster & Brice.
Every one who has used it, pro
nounces Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup the
best remedy known for the com
plaints of early childhood. It con
tains no opiates. *
Dr. Ezekiel Thomas, the negro
who carries his heart in his breech
es pocket, was examined in Charles
ton on Saturday by the entire medi'
cat society. The result is not given.
The Fairfield Pomona Gi-ange will
meet with the White Oak Gra nge
on Saturday, the 1st of June. All
patrons throughout the county are
cordially invited to attend, as there
will be business of importance to be
APPOINTMENT OF LAY READERS.
Bishop Howe has appointed the
following gentlemen Lay Readers,
to assist the Rev. J. Obear, at their
respective churches in Winnsboro
and Ridgeway : Judg6 Win. R.
Robertson and Capt. Charles E.
Our terms for atanouncing candi
dates are very low. Aspirants will
find it much more convenient to
announce their intentions in THE
HEWS AND HERALD, th bn to w1,ste
time yet in going around personally
to tell people. They had
better save this tronh le until later.
PROBABLY FATAL RENeoUNTER.
Last Saturday afternoon, by ap
pointment, as we understand, Mr.
James Stewart met Mr. George
Martin, of the Graham place, at
Myers' old store, to adjust a variance.
They fought it out to the satisfac
tion of all concerned. Afterwards
an altercation occurred between Mr.
William S. Stewart, and Mr. John
Martin, in which we regret to s-y
Mr. Martin received a knife wound
in the right side, from which he
bled profusely. It is feared he is
The Democratic Club, of White
Oak, met on Saturday afternoon.
The meeting, which was well at
tended, notwithstanding the intense
heat of the day, was presided over
by Mr. S. R. Johnston, the efficient
president of the club. After the
transaction of such business as they
had met to consider, the club was
addressed by Messrs. T. S. Brice
and H. A. Gaillard, who were pres
ent "for that purpose by special
invitation. We are informed this
club now numbers seventy--nine
members and that it can be relied
upon for any good Democratic
work the exigencies of the coming
campaign may demand.
AROUND TOwN.-Straw hats, sun
umbrellas and linen dusters.
Hot was scarcely the name for it
Politics were up to a high pitch
Captain Withers raises Irish pota
toes weighing a pound each.
-The Knights of Honor are in
creasing their membership.
The Gordon Light Infantry gave
a hop on Monday evering.
Winnsboro wvas livelier on Satur
day thatn any day this season.
The night trains ceased running
on Sunday night, and the express
agent is happy once more.
An amateur bull fight occurred
on the streets on Friday afternoon,
two amendments and a barridick
furnishing the sport.
Last year we refused to take wild
plums for subscriptions on the
ground that we must draw the line
aomewhese. Now we don't even see
'the wild plums.
If "the an who oouldn't keep
* 4" 4tt settle in dhese parts
Why Will You Ph13 Anay I
\I'L'oUT A PAnALnr-.The demand
for 1)r. J B3radtield's Feinle lh;lnitutor
is beyond precedent in the inials of
lopilbi remedies. Oriors comni in so
thick and fast that the Irlrietor htts
heretofore been unable to till th at till. t
lie is happy to state that arringeme1lants
are now complete by which he is pre
pared to manutaeturo Fimiialo Regulator
on a scaile equal to the emnergency, an1d
the public may feel assured that their
wants may now be supplied. Physicians y
of high reputo are using this great
remedy, in daily practice, all over
Georgia. ''hi,s valuable me,licineoo is pro- t
pared by J. Bradileid, Atlanta, Ga., and
i sold at $1.50 per bottle, by Dt. W. 1.
TIIE NEWS AND IIERALD.
IN tho campaign th at is now opening
T'n NEws ANn IiERALD pr1poses to keep
its readers fully l-osted as to events oc
curring in National, State and County
politics. It has heretoforo labored earn
estly in the cause of good government.
and its efforts in future will be redoulbled.
In order to accomplish the groate-t, good,
it. desires to reach every citizin of Fa'irfieid
County. To attain this end the follow
ing special rates are oflered for the cami
Tri-weekly, to the 15th November, $1.50.
%% ekly, to thge, 15th November, - - 1.00.
.ti ut-h, in every c:cvt, w,"it (ac'Omnyl;
Cards nominating e.n,l:dat s will be
inserted at the following raie, in wdince:
For each candidate, 1 inch, one1 in
sert ion. - - - - S1.00.
For the campaign, in Weekly and
Tri-weekly, - - - 5.00.
Pledges of candidates at the sanme it:-s
as the aho ve.
Pr cdings of clubs or coenmlilica
ti(15, whe'n they Containii noinlalions,
come under the rules for advertising,
But the paper will be open for the le"it
-imitte (i"e11Ssion, within r(Oaible
lnun is, of the merits of all those candli
dittes whose niames are, appearing in its
advertising columns. Equal privileges
will be accorded to all true Demnerats.
We ask that tibscriptions and nomii
nations be handed in ot once.
.fW All business conlnunication:s
should be addressed to the
WINNSBOtO PUBlIrISIING CO.
The State of South.1 Caroli,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Win. C. Bec & Co. vs. James D. Hogan
TN purImuane of an order of the Court
. of Coimmen Pleas narl in (the above
stated case, I will ol'" r for sale before
the court.-house door in Winnsboro, on
the first Mon lay in June n1 xl, within
the legal hogurs of' sile, at plublic outcry,
to the highest hiddter, the follow ing (Ie
scr~ ie l'proery, to wit:
All that ciing, flioe1 parcel or tract of
land, conitainingg ONI: nAu.P acm:, imre ori
less. lyinig and Sinuate at D)ok, in the
County of Fai rliehl , and bounded on thne
cast by the trac (If' the Charlotte, Co.
lumibia andit Aulgusta Railroiad Com pany,
and on thle soutIh, west and niorth by
lands1 (If Eugene MeNutlty'.
TEaiMs OF sALE:
One half of' the puirchlaso-mloney to be
paid in cash, for the balance a cr'edit of
one year from dato oif Saile, with interest
fromi said day, the purchiser to give his
bond secured by a mortgage of the
piremnises and to pay for all necessary
Clerk's Office, C. 0. C, P. F. C.
WVinnsbg'ro. 8. C.,
May 10, 1878 .-tds
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
WINNSJIORO, S. C.
Boots and Shoes
From Running over,
81'aiR[ ff Olila Sille
ad Ripping in the
B Y virtue of' ain execntion to me di
rected, I will offer sale before the
ciinit-bonise door in Winnsbo,ro, on the
first Monday in Juno next, within the
legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder
for oAsu, tho folloing described prop
erty, to wvit:
Au1 that pilantation, lying in Fairfleld
county, on waters of' Little River, con
taining TliaEn HUNDRED AND IFTY AenFA,
'lore or less, and boundedi by lands of
Thomas ,A nderson, . en klartin, John
Yongue and othiers, levied on as the
prQoperty, of J. I. and 1, L.. Vance, at
the suto Gwr 0ox4 Mirkl ,
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FROM NEW YORK
AN elegant lot of Spring Prints, C:un
bries, Whito Pique, Figured Piques,
Long Cloth, Cottonades, Ladies' and
Aunts' Hosiery, Mianitkorchiefs, Towels,
ae., ad are offered at the lowest cisli
rices. J. M. BEATY.
The celebrated "Bay State" standard
cr,'wed and wire sewed Shoes,a specialty
it .. M. BEATY'S. Try them, and y.ouR
vi be convinced of their durability.
I amii offering for sale "'GranRt's Yea I
1owders."' every box guaR anteed to give
-it isfact ion., or monley refundli(ed. Please
pive it, a trial. J. al. U3EATY.
Go to JI. M. B3RATY'S for tihe best
LFamily Flour, P.cal, Grist, Rtico. Hams
Branuded ''Challenge,") Lard, Bacon,
juRgar' and Coffue, very lowv prices, Tea,
:irackersr, Candy, Soap, Starch, Bluneing,
~odat, (Con. LyVe, Mustard, Peaches, Tio
ina.t es, HRardinces, Salmon, Pepper,
phico, Glinger, Nutmiegs and many other
h ings necessary for faimily com fort.
J. M. BEATY'S
STEEL,, Swede Iran, Plowv-moulds,
Traco Chains, Hamnes, Back Bianus,
'rraini Cradles, Scythes, Birade's Ho' s,
liovels, Garden ]Ioes Rand hRakeOs, Nails,
Ior.ee and Mule Shoes aad Nails, Cutlery
B. B. IRd Cedar Buckets, Galvanized
leoop Cedar Buckets, Painted Bucka3ts.
Voll11Buckeats, Kegs, Measuros, Blroomsu,
cc. Crockery and Tinware.
Io Inientors anId Manufacturers.
Silmc.'e, Smith & Co.,
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Speciail attention giveni to Inlterfere e
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What Colonel Rion Did, Saw and
Heard in Washington.
Colonel Rion, the member of the
National Democratic Committee, has
returned from Washington. We
gather the following fro:n him :
The meeting of the committee
was well attended, except by the
Southern members. New York was
The prospects of the Democratic,
party are promising. No doubt was
expressed but that our representa
tion in the House would be increased
at the next election. South Caro
lina promised one more member
with a chance of two. We will pro..
bably have a majority in the Senate,
also, in the next Congress.
Not much was said about the
Presidential election in 1880. All
indications are that the capitalists,
those who fear the communists,
those who love corruption and those
who hate the South will unite on
Grant. The Democrats have no
candidate indicated. Thurman,
Hendrix, Hancock and McClellan
are named. Hampton was men
tioned as the favorite for vice
president. His administrative abili
ty and great prudence were eulogiz
ed, and it was said that his election
would be the end of bloody
shirtism, and unite the North and
The Potter resolution is dis -
cussed by everybody at Washing
ton, and there is a great diversity
of opinion as to its effect and pro
priety. The effect so far has been
bad. It has united the R udicals,
tended t, ?b iLyes upon them
for sup.. t, n.I al:rned capital
at the Nor'- Rapublicaus say
the Democr.'tb idtend revoluti .n,
and that their desire to keep the
army reduced is prompted by this
motion. The Democrats say they
only desire to expose fraud and
prevent its repetition, and have no
wish or intention of unseating
Hayes. Colonel Rion says he can
see little good that can come of the
investigation ; that it will disturb
the country and will fail to convince
any one not already convinced that
the votes of Florida and Louisiana
were fraudulently reversed. He
regards the unfortunate feature of
the Potter resolution to be the
individualizing of Secretary Sher
man, between whom and Hayes it
is supposed there were no secrets,
without an express disclaimer of an
intention to unseat Hayes. He
regards the movement as a mistake
that may end in Grant, and thinks if
Grant be re-elected, it is doubtful if
he ever wvill have a constitutional
successor. The committee adopted
a resolution simply approving of
the action of the Democrats in
passing the Potter resolution, with
out mention as to its effect upon
Hayes' title. The committee do
not design publishing an address
unless subsequent events render' it
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Messrs. Eduiors:-Piease announce H. A.
GAILLARD as a candidate for the Houso
of Representatives, at the coming elec
tion . The course of Mr. Gaillard in pub.
lie life has given general satisfaction and
done honor to old Fairfield. In recogni
tion of his services it in but proper that
he shouldt be sent to the House at the
next election. This nomination is made
entirely without the knowledge of the
may 16--tf MANY FRIENDS.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
At a meeting of the Oakland Democrat
Ic Club of township number six, held en
the 28th of April, 1878, the following
resolution was adopted:
R?esolved, That this Club, recognizing
the fitness and ability of Hon. HI. A.
GJaillard as a representative, hereby
nominate him as a candidate for re
Extract from the minutes:
A. J. LAMAR,
may 16-txtf Secretary.
MONTIeBi,I<, S. C., May 16, 1878.
r13HE organizatIon of a Survivors' asso
-L eation of t.ho remaning nmmbeas of
Companies, I of the ret, and E of the
16th S. 0. regimenot being in contem jla-.
tion, the. meom bor-s whio are disposecito
take an aotivo interest In perpetuating
thereeta .nae by hese two compan..
tescduringthwar,sare Invited to an in..
t.ebtwg oWiew~ s to the most .suita
ble time an -pjlaon tow the rannii. of t.e
Fast Colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 oents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard,
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard,
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
J. F. McMaster & Co's.
SPRING HAS COE,
New Style Goods
TUST ARRIVED, including, all the
, novelties of the season, at the Winns.
boro Dry Gouds, Fancy Goods and
MRS. BOAG wishes to return her sin.
core thanks to her friends and the publio
generally for the past patronage, solici
ting a e ntinuance of the same. She will
endeavpr as heretofore and is determined
to please the most fastidious.
Millinery and Fancy Goode Stock is
complete, French Pattern Hats, trimmed
and untrimmed,Strawv Hats and Bonnets,
Sun Hats and Sailors, liibbous, Bilk.,j
Laes Flowers, Feathers, Illusions, Nook
Tries, Ruffling, Linen and Lae Setts ,
HIandk erchiefE, Corsets, Gloves, Button,s
Second lot of Spring Calicoes, also a nice
lot of Dress Goods5, Mohairs, Alpacas,
Japaneiso iSilks, WahPoln,
and other nice Materials and
Trimmingsq. Call and
see, Ladies,for your
A large lot of Men's, Ladles' and
Children's Shoes, Gents' t nd Boys' Fur
and Straw Hats, fine and cour.se.
A choice lot of Family Groceries, Can.
dies, Oakes, Mlackorel. Tobacco. Oigars,
Kerosene Oil, Hardware, Woodenware,
Tinware, Crockery, &e.
A quantity of Lumber for sale low for
march 80 J. 0. BOAG,
187 and 139 Me tIng titreet,
CHARLESTON, 5, C.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIO
hARD WARE, Cutlery. Gun, Saa.
diecr v, Jar Iron and Plow Stoel, Oucot.
Agents for South Carolin. for the
Patent Steel Barb Fenging, and the
celebrated Farmer's Friend Plows, one,
two and three horse, at reducid prices,
Liberal Terms to' the Trade
Large assortment of A oultural
Bull Tonguese, Tuerri'Shdir1 e, ~ it
Sweeps, H eel Dolt., also, rog
State Agent. Tredegr o%, sd
A'mou e hll sy