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-UESDAy. JUN 119 . 1878.
For School Commissioner-I. C.;
Up in the northern part of the
State, they blame Wade Hampton
for changing the fence law.
The southwestern portion of this
county was visited by a heavy hail
storm on Saturday, which did con
Every mother-in-law should re
commend Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup,
for her grandchildren, and thus keep
peace in the family.
Winnsboro has been visited with
very heavy rains since Friday. The
electrical display on Sunday was
magnificent. It is feared that fresh
ets have been caused in the low
Mr. Gunnell reports that the
corn and cotton prospect in his
neighborhood is finer than it has
been for several years. The oats
crop was abundant. Wheat was
generally short. The farmers are
hard at work.
A gentleman living near Ridgeway,
in No. 8, says he pastures about a
hundred strange cows on his lands.
They are turned out of No. 7, and
come down like the wolf on the fold.
He want" to get inside of that
The Ridgeway Democratic Club
held a rousing meeting on Saturday.
The report of the proceedings was
crowded out of this issue, but will
appear in Thursday's NEws 4 D
In our report of the first meotin,;
of the Cedar Creek Democratic Club,
we connitted an error in stating
that Mr. J. A. Turkett had been
elected a delegate to the County!
Convention. Mr. Turkett was in
fact chosen to represent the club
in the County Exe,mtive Coininittee.
We would remind all candidates,
and all Democratic clubs, that reso
lutions containing nominations or
recommendations to office will not
be published unless paid for in ad
vance according to our published
rates. Where a party has been nomi,
nated in our advertising columns,
all resolutions or communications,
of reasonable length, endorsing the
nomination are published free of
charge. We shall in no case depart
from the rules we have established.
Tiix SOUTH ATIANTIe.--TheO June
* ~ number of this most excellent muaga
mine has been received, and the.
table of contents is quite ae full
and varied as have been those of
the previous issues. The South
Atlantic is published at Wilmning..
ton, N. C.., by Mrs. Cicero WV.
Harris, editor and proprietor. It
has already entered upon Its second
volume, and bids fair to become a
leading periodical of the South. It
is furnished to subscribers at the
low price of three dollars per
-. annum. We bespeak for this
anagazine a liberal support. Such
it certainly deserves.
AnOUN TowN.--Rather damp,.
A small drove of cattle was
shipped from this place on Monday.
Tom Jones, colored, was arraigned
Li before Trial Justice Robertson on
Moriday, for stealing several articles
of merchandise from 3. F. McMaster
& Co. He was sentericed to thirty
days in the county jail.
The colored Methodist revival has
ended, and many souls have been
The Citizens' Cornet B3and1 have
at Ridgeway on next Thursday night,
We hope they will be able to-attend.
A meeting of the Fairfield Light
D ragoons was hold on Saturday.
No important business was trans
Let all who can conveniently do
.," attend the entertainment at
3dgewy oi Thursday ughit,.
n g15dammwrnuRCtnn....A metn
in the County Convention t T. W.
Woodwaird, B. H. Robortson, T. B.
Mc Inetry, Thonas Perry, Thomis
The following resolutions wore
.h!,solved, That we endorse the
nomination of Mr. B. H. Robertson
for the position of county school
leesolved, That we likewise endorse
the nomination of the president of
this club, Maj. T. W. Woodward, for
a seat in the Congress of the United
States from the fourth Congression
THE CEDAR CREK DEMoCRACY. --
The Cedar (reek Democratic Club
met on Saturday, Juna 1, and was
called to order by the president,
1Ir. J. S. Gunnell.
The following resolutions were
.Resolved, That the Cedar Creek
Democratic Club adopt the consti
tution recommended by the Demo
cratic County Convention.
Rcsolved, That we endorse the
wise administration of Governor
Hampton, and pledge him our un
divided support for roeolect.ion.
Resolved, That we heartily re
commend Maj. T. W. Woodward
for a seat in the United States
Congress, from the fourth district.
RUesolved, That we pledge our
selves to work unceisingly for the
Democratic ticket-natiual, State
The following-named gentlemen
were elected as delegates to the
County Convention: J. S. Gunnoll,
E. P. Smith, J. N. Dunlap. After
receivir.g a number of new memi
bers, the cul dj ourne:!, to meet
again on the i:st Saturd"y in
FOR SHJ1OOL GOM4:L.dM)NER, .
At a ueetiug of the Iid.wny De:o
cratia Club, June 8th, 1 78, it was unani
mo;,sly resolved, that Dr. JOLIN BOYD
be nominiated as thio choitc"j of this elin
for ;;chool Coimissijioner of Fairf all
Extraut from the miniiut.s:
I 0. Tf[O\f.1,
jne 11- S- -.r trrv. .
WE hereby give nn,tice to all parties
that we will give nooredit to anyone, but
will sell goods for CASH, AND CASH
ONLY. Parties are notitined to send no
orders to ourstore, as the goods will not
be delivered without the CASIH.
SUGENHJEI.\ERI & GROESCIEL4.
Of One Hun dre d Dollars.
I hereby offer a reward of ONE HIUN
DRE~D DOLLARhS for the dotection
and ap)i'rohensRion with proof t- conlviet,
of the'person or p)ersonc; who set Jire to
my o!lice in Law Rtan.te, on the night of
'Thursday, the 0th instant,
june 8- JNO. J. NEIL.
LONGOLOTH and SEA ISLAND
BLEACHED and UNBLEACHED,
SHEETING I SHEETING!I
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS,
Call and Examinew Our
BLAOJK ATSAGA I
BLACK ALPACA I
A Most E.xcollent Remedy.
AmANra, GA., Maroh 12, 1870.
I have examined the recipo of Brad.
tleCll'tt Fomaule legulator, and from -ny
knowledge of the ingredient- beliove it
a mo1ast. exeollent, medicine, and well
s"ite,l to t'aut. el-in of dikeases designated.
I have no lesitaition in advising its use,
and confidently recommend it to the
public. JOEL BR1tANDHAM, M. D.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
Ploase announce B. H. ROBERTSON
a-i a can-li'late for School Commissioner
at the ensuing eloction-subject to the
action of theI Damocratic party at the
juno 4-txtf MANY FrnIENDs.
At a meeting of the Jackson's Creek
D"mocratic Club, of Township No. 12,
the following rosolttion was upaninous.
?esol ;ed, 'I'hat we recommend our do.
servecily popular follow-citizon, MAJ. T.
W. WOODW:ARD, for a seat in the Con
gress of the United States, and ask our
delegates to the Nominating Convention
to urge his claims.
Extract from the niiniutc.
R. E. ELLISON, SR.,
P. HASTINGs, President.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Messrs. E'Iilors:-Piease announce H. A.
GAILLA1tD as a catndidato for the House
of lepresentttives, at the coming eleo
tion . The course of Mr. Gaillard in pub
lie life has given general satisfaction and
done honor to old Pairfild. In recogni,
tior o: his services it is buit proper that
he should be sent to the House at the
next olvetion. This nomination is made
entirely without the knowledge of the
may 1-1f MANY FRIENDS,
FOR THE LEGIS LATURE.
A t a meeting of tho )akland Democrat,
ic Club of township number six, held on
the '28th of April, 1878, the following
resolution was adopted;
Iet'deed, That this Club, recognizing
the fitness an i ability of lion. H. A.
(aillard as a representative, hereby
nontne him as a candidate for re
Extract from the minutes
A. J. LAMAR,
may 16 'xtf Seere'irv.
COU:' 1'Y CONVENTION.
A. Onnvention of the Douocrgtic Par
ty of "air:iold Count.y will be held in the
court-house at Winnsboro, on Saturday,
the 15th dlay of June, 1878, it 12
o'clock, p. in., for the purpose of electing
a County Chairman and. if the Conven
tion see fit, delegates to the State and
the Congressional Convention.
Each local club will send one dele,.
gate for the el ih at large, and ono addi
tional delegate for every twenty-five mem
beson its roll.
may 30-xta County' Chaijrmnail.
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N'OTICE is hereby given that en the
.L twen let,h day of June next, Reubon
P. Lurppkin and Troy T. Lumpkin,
E~xaootoo the will of Abram F. Lump.
kin, deceased, will apply to ihe Jud ge of
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R. P. LUMPKIN, Exeoutor.
TfROY T. LUMPRIN, Faeoutor,
may 16 -.1n
0trios Coun,y 0. so
rI1E travel g pilblio ae o ioned
1 thst ff tly oa i?v os4
lBridet'ko M66tp 4 ,*
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No' W rocorio.
I AM RECEIVING daily fresh
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast
ed, Tea, Flour, Grist, N:oal,
Syrups, Molasses, Soda,
Soap, Starch, Bagging
and Ties, Bacon,
Lard-in Bbls., Cans and Buckets
Seed Oats, Rye and Barley, Nails,
Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Azle Greese, White Wine and
Fresh Cheese and Maccaroni
New Buckwheat Flour.
Choice new crop New Orleans
New Mackerel in kits, } and j.
SW All goods delivered within
-D. R. FLENNIKEN.
NEW GOODS !
E rall the attention of the ladjes' to
our new stock of
Lace and Silk Ties in variaus shades,
Silk Jows in assorted styles,
Colored silk Handkerohiefs,
Fans in great variety,
Fan, Handkerchiefs and Dress Girdle,
A splendid assortment of Parasols,
Janilla Brazilian, Poiled Silk, aild
Calicoes, Cauubrics, Muslins, Lawns,
Figured and Brown Linens.
OUR STOCK OF DItY GOODS,
Of every kind is complete and can be
Lots of otheir goods, which We can not
mention hero for want of roo;n at
THAT WILL SELL THEM.
McMVaster & Brice.
SPRINU HAS COMB,
New Style Goods
JUST ARRIVED, including, all tAe
novelties of the season, at the Winns
horo Dry Goods, Fanoy Goods and
MRS. BOAG wishes to return her sin
cere thanks to her friends and the public
generally for ttie past patronage, solici-.
ting a continuance of the same, She*will
endeavor as heretofore and is determineod
to please the most fastidious,
Millin ery' and Fancy Goods Stock Is
eomplete, French Pattern Hats, trimmed
and untrimmed,Straw Hate and Bsonnete,
Sun Hats and Sailors, iUbbons, Silks,
Laes, Flowers, Feathers, Illusions, Neck
Ties, Ituiling, Linen and Lace Setta,
Handkorcbiefe, Corsets, Glovan, Duttons,
Second lot of S pring Calieoes, also a nice
lot of Dress Goods, Mojhaire, Alp,aoas,
Japanese Silks, Wash Popains,
anid other nice Materials and
Trmig, 0*31 and
see, d,for your
Ah Ire lotf Men's, Ladies' and
hlde Shoes, Gent.' u nd Bo,ys' For
and Straw Hate, fire and couirie,
A oholc Jot Pf Fail (rooerIes, Oan,
Eeros1,na iHadwa WpQenA-re,
FROM NEW YORK
A N elegant lot of Spring Prints, Ca m.%
.' brics, White Pique, Figured Piqu es
Long Cloth, Cottonades, Ladies' and
Gents' Hosiery, H1anikorchefs, Towels,
&e., and are offered at the lo vest cash
prices. J. M. BEATY.
The celebrated "Bay State" standar4
screwed and wire sewed Shoes,aspecialty
at J. M. BEATY'S. Try them, and yoq
will he convinced of thoir durability.
I am offering for sale "Grant's Yea t
Powders." every box guna aiteol to give
Atlstaction, or mone refnn-lod 'P'ase
give it a trial. J. 1. BEATY.
Go to .J. M. B' ATY'S for the besk
Fauily Flour. :teal, Grist, Rice, Hams
(Branded "Cnallenge,") Lard, Bacon,
Sugar and Cofl'.'o, very low price,, Tea,
Crackers, Cnn ly, Soap, Starch, Illueing,
So,la, Con. Lvo, usr 1. Peacles, To
matoes, Sardines, Salnion. Popper,
Spice, Ginger, Nutmegs and many other
things necessary for family counfort.
J. M. BEATY'S
STEEL, Swede Irnn, Plow-moulds
''raco Chains, Iiane, Back Ban-lse
Grain Cradloi, Scythes, Brade's Hoe,
Shovels, Galrden floes and Rakes, Nailst
Horse and Mule Shoes 4.id Nails, Cgtlery
B. B. Rtol C.-lar Bnckets, Galvanizo4
Hoop Cedar Buckets, Painted Buckets
Well Buckets, Kegs, Measures, Broome
&c. Crockery and Tinware.
T HE first Houso in town to reduce
, Whi.koy to ten cents a drink, Beer
to tive cents a glass and Billiards fifteen
cents per game. Having a large and welt
seleuted lot of Pure Liquors on hand of
which the following are a few of the
Pure old Kentucky Bourbon, Cabinet,
XXXX and Baker Rye, Sour Mash Stono
Mountain Corn, a specialty, Cognac,
California, Peach arnd Apple Brandies,
Champagne, Sherry and Port Wines.
Cincinn' ti Lager Beer always kept on
ice, and all sorts of fancy and cool drink4
prepared in the uost tasty manner at
april 30-tt J. D. McCARLEY.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
WINNSDORO, B. C.
Boots and Shoez
Yrom 1Sunning over,
ad Ripping In thle
E ar now receiving * splendi4
150 pices Prints.
10 " Cambri,
10 " Crotones.
A fine lot of Wash Poplins, bea4t,fuj
line of white and fig4rod Qostopia~
Bloached iloniospuna. Surapokeys, Ogttqql
Diaper, Tablo Linen and Damask,
and the p)rettiest assortment Table
Cloths atnd Doylics to nmato4 )
in the mar;'et, and many
other goods whiclh
pleaso call an4
A full line of Straw, Pelt and 4q
We have always takcez a pri pp o
Pho. departmaent. . We#n now sa thai
we. h.ave he most complete~o~q
sho~ a yer brought f* shi4 mathe6