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8ATIURDAY. JUNE 22, , , 1878.
Associate Reformed Chareh
Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. M., and 8
Methodist Church-Rev. W. A.
Rogers, 11 A. M., and 8 I'. M. Sun
day School at 10 o'clock. Prayer
Meeting, Thursday at 8 P. M.
Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obear,
services every Sunday except the
2nd Sunday of the month; at 11
o'clock A. D.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. H.
B. Pratt, 11 A. M., and 8 P. Dr. Sun
day School 4 P. M. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday, 8 P. Dr.
Sheriff's Sale-S. W. Ruff.
Confederate Monument-Mrs. W.
Mr. Daniel Scott, an aged and
well known citizen of this county,
died on Thursday evening.
Every mother in the land should
know the value of Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup and never be without it. It
is free from opium. Piice 25 cents
a bottle. *
The Fairfield Fire Engine Com
pany were out for undress drill on
Thursday afternoon. Drills of this
kind will be kept up regularly, and
will be of gret benelit to the fire
men, in familiarizing them with the
workings of their apptratus.
FATAL AcCIDENT.-Jacob Moore, a
colored man living on the plantation
of Mr. Charles Timms, about two
miles from Winnsboro, met with a
fatal accident on Thursday. He
was riding his mule from the field
after work, when the animal, from
some cause, took fright and ran off.
Moore was thrown to the ground,
and, becoming entun;lei in the
harness, was dragged about half a
mile. From the bruises thus re
ceived he died in a very short time.
THE CANDIDATE.-How doth the
busy candidate improve on Keeley's
motor, in laying plots and fixing
dots to circumvent the voter. See
how he smiles with winning wiles,
s3e how he grasps your flipper, in a
bar-room near he calls for beer, or
treats you to a nipper. And talks
of craps and then perhaps inquires
about your wife and your cross-eut
saw and your your m other-in-law
and your pigs and cutting-knife.
Then he breathes in your ear his
serious fear "This country has gone
to the devil, and you, too, wvill go if
you don't soon show that your head
is all hunky and level. Your only
safe plan is to choose you a man
who's fitted to save you by nature,
The chance man is before you. No
longer to bore you, vote for me for
AROUND TOWN.-Pop ! goes the
The evenings are too short for
A little manna and a few quails
on toast-would help along amaz
Augusta watermelons were for
sale on the cars yesterday at $1.25
Calisthenic wands are known at
home as the genuine "come home
The Histrionic Club are preparing
a pleasing programme for the
Fourth of July.
A mad dog was on the streets
yesterday, but made its escape be
fore it could be killed.
Centennial treats are in order now.
Every fellow throws in a cent, and
the proceeds are invested in wild
When a candidate's name appears
in the paper it introduces him to the
whole county at once. Read the
THE CONFEDERATE MONUMENT.
We would invite special attention
to the notice and requests published
in another column by Mrs. W. R.
Robertson, the agent, for Fairfield
county, of the Monumental Associa.
tion of Columbia. It is desired
that the ladies of Fairfield should
join in an effort to raise the sum
that the Association request as a
contribution from the counity, and
with thls,vi.wk th zeo.n o- Mo.
day will be held. We hope the
ladies, and the men too, will join
heartily in the proposed pl n.
While other conties are doing
their sh tre, it will n)t (> f.r this
one to be behimlhuni. With so
much to be proud of in the record
of her soldiers, in the sacrifieos she
made for the Lost Caut e, and with
so many of her brave sons sleeping
in unmarked graves, their lives
given for their State and for con
stitutional freedom, Fairfield should
do a prominent p'rt in the work of
perpetuating, the memory,and in vin
dicating the worth, the p-ttriotismu
and the heroism of her dead sol
The ladies of Winnsboro and the sur
rounding counfry are most respectfully
requested to meet in the Ladies' Parlor at
the Winnsboro Hotel on next Monday
evening, the 24th inst., at 5 o'ctoak, to
consult and make arrangements for a
Fourth of July dinner in aid of the
Monumental Association of Columbia.
It is earnestly hoped that every family
will send a representative. so that the
affair will be general, and each one feel a
Iersonal interest in it.
M11S. W. R. ROBERTSON,
June 21-tlt Agent for Fairfield.
I B Y virtue of an execution to mo di
rected, I will offcr for sale before the
court-house door in Winnsboro, on the
first Monday in July next, within the
legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder,
for CASH, the following described pro
perty, to wit:
All that tract of land, containing ONE
iuNDrED AND EIoHTY-THREE ACRES, more
or less, and bounded on the north and
west by the homestead of Mrs. Lucy
Keller, and on the :;outh and east by
lands of Mrs. Dunlop, Mrs. Thomas
Richardson and others-levied u pon as
the property of Lmiey Keller, at the suit
of W. R. Doty & Co.
S. WV. RUFF,
Sheriff's Office, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, 8. C.,
June 8, 1878.
TILE NEWS AND HERALD.
IN the campaign th.at is now opening
THI NEwS ' U* < :.o proposes to keep
its readers f as to events oc
curring in Nati9uai, State and County
politics. It has heretofore labored earn
estly in the cause of good government.
and its efforts in future will be redoubled.
In order to accomplish the greatest good,
it derires to reach every citizen of Fairfleld
County. To attain this end the follow
ing special rates are offered for the cam
Tri-weekly, to the 15th November, $1.60.
Weekly, to the 15th November, - - 1.00.
j7)' ('ash, in every case, must accompany
Cards nominating candidates wvill be
inserted at the following rates, in advance:
For echcl candidate, 1 inch, one in
sertion. - - - $1.00.
For the campaign, in Weekly and
Tri-weekly, - - - 5.00
Pledges of candidates at the same rates
as the above.
Proceedings of elubs or communica
tions, when they. contain nominations,
come under the rules for advertising,
But the paper will be open for the legit
imate discussion, within rcasonabie
bounds, of the merits of all those candi
dates whose names are appearing in its
advertising columns. Equal privileges
will be accorded to all true Democrats.
We ask that subscriptions and nomi
nation a be hande d In at once.
.7- All business communications
should be addressed to the
WINNSBORO PUBLISHING CO.
WE hereby give ne.tice to all parties
that we will give noecredit to anyone, but
will sell goods for CASH, AND CASH
ONLV. Parties are notified to send no
orders to our store, as the goods will not
be delivered without the CASH.
SUGENHEIMERt & GROESCH EL.
OFFIE COUNTr CoMMnzssxoNns.
1VINNSBono, 8. 0., May 21, 1878.
SEALED proposals for building a
6.hsponsion Bridge over. Little River,
at Kinonid's Fordl, will be received by the
i ounty Commissioners up to Monday the
24th day of Juno next. The Bridge to be
built of heart lumber, and the contractor
to give bond and security for the faithful
performance of the work, and warrant It
for eve years. The Bridge to be covered
and weather-boarded. The contractor
san use whatever material of the old
Bridge that may be puitable. 'The Coun
Ly Commissioners reserve the right to
diecline all bids, if they deem proner.
JOH4 A. HINNANT,
may 22-xtd 'm . .O .0
A Most Excillelit Remedy.
ATLANTA, GA., March 12, 1870.
I have examined the recipe of Brad.
field's F'emale Regulator, and from .,y
knowled,e of the ingredients believe it
a tuost excellent medicine, and well
suited to that class of dliaeases designated.
I have no hesitation in advising its use,
and confidently recommend it to the
public. JOEL BRANDHAM, M. D.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
Please announce B. 11. ROBERTSON
as a candidate for School Commissioner
at the ensuing election-subject to the
action of the Democratic party at the
juno 4-txtf MANY FRIENDS.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Ata meeting of the Greenbrier Demo
oratic Club, held June 8, 1878, the fol
lowing resolution was adopted;
Resolved, That we present the claims
of DR. T. B. McKINSTRY for a seat in
the Legislature from this county, and
recommend his election.
Extract from the minutes.
S. R. RUTLAND,
june 18-tf Secretary.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Mes.srs. Fdilors:-Please announce H. A.
GAILLARD as a candidate for the House
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 is but proper that
he should 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 on
the 28th of April, 1878, the following
resolution was adopted:
Resolved. That this Club, recognizing
the fitness and ability of lon. H. A.
Gaillard as a representative, hereby
nominate him as a candidate for re
Extract from the minutes
A. J. LAMAR,
may 16-txtf Secretary.
IN order to close up the business of
Sol. Wolfe, great inducements will be
offered to Cash buyers for the next sixty
The stock of goods, consisting of Dry
Goods, Notions. Laces, Ribbons, Hosiery,
Clothing, HAts, Trunks, Shoes &c., will
be offered at and bolow Rew York cost,
FOR CASH ONLY.
Money must be raised, and cash pur
chasers will certainly find it to their
interest to call and examine the stock
and be convinced of the above facts.
8. S. WOLFE,
W. G. ROCHE
HIAS removed to the store next to the
post-office, where lhe will be glad to re
ceive his friends and customers.
A full line of Samples will be kept on
hand, from which customers may make
selections. He now has the finest line of
French and English goods ever brought
to this market.
He is also prepared to cut or to mnak
up goods for those who desire.
Garments of all kinds repaired and
fa*Cleaning a specialty.
Thankful to the public for past patron
ige, he solicits a continuance of the
me, and guaran tees satisfaction.
sept 18 W. 0. ROOHE.
Notice to Taxpayers.
WINNSBOno, S. C., May 28, 1878,
T HIS offRce will be open from the 1s6
of June to the 20th of July ,1878, to
receive Tax Retur: am for the fscal yar
1878. Dy orders -from the Comptroller
?.eneral the real estate will also be re
Lssesqed at the same time. All male
persons between the ages of twenty-one
md sixty years are lable to Poll Tax, and
will report accordingl.
I will attend at the folowing places on
he clays specified, for the purpose of
receiving returns, viz:
Feasterville. June 14 and 15.
Monticello, June 17 and 18.
Jekinsville, June 19 and 20.
Horeb, June 21 and 22.
Doko June 24 and 26.
Bear Creek, June 28 and 27.
Ridigeway. June 28 and 29.
Durham's, July 1 and 2.
Gladden's Grove, July 8 and 4.
Woodward's, Jualy 6 and 8
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A N elegant lot of Spring Prints, C amn
brics, Whito Pique, Figured Piqu es,
Long Cloth, Cottonades, Ladies' and
Goats' Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Towols,
&e., and are offered at the lowest cash
prices. J. M. BEATY.
The celobrated "Bay State" standard
screwed and wire sewed Shoes,aspecialty
at J. M. BEATY'S. Try them, and you
will be convinced of their durability.
I am olFering for sale "Grant's Yea t
Powders." every box guaranteed to give
satisfaction, or money refunded. Please
give it a trial. J. M. BEA'TY.
Go to J. M. BSATY'S for the best
Family Flour, Meial, Grist, Rico, Hams
(Branded "Challenge,") Lard, Bacon,
Sugar ahd Cof'!e, very low prices, Tea,
Crackers, Candy, Soap, Starch, Blacing,
Soda, Con. Lye, Mustard, Peaches, To
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Spice, Ginger, Nutmegs and many other
things necessary for family comfort.
J. M. BEATY'S
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Shovels, Garden Hoes and Rakes, Nails,
Horso and Mule Shoes and Nails, Cutlery
B. B. Red Cedar Buckets, Galvanized
Hoop Cedar Buckets, Painted Buckets,
Well Buckets, Kegs, Measures, Broonis,
&c. Crockery and Tinware.
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-W E call the attention of the ladies' to
our new stock of
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Silk Bows in assorted styles,
Colored Silk Handkerchiefs,
Fans in great variety,
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OUR STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
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Lots of other goods, which we cannot
mention here for want of room at
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