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WINNSBORO. R. 0.
#1TU1DAY, AUGUS2 29, ? i 1878.
It. M.*I NS DA I'M8, KDETon.
JTNO 8, 1C1 YNQID8, AssOCIATFi P IITou.
)1EOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
.For Liutenant GoOCrnor
W. D. SIMPSON.
For &croetary qf State
Rt. M1. SIAM
For Comptroller Geieral:
For A ttorney General:
LEROY F. YOIJMANS.
For State Treasurer
S. L. LEAPHART.
Forn Superntendent of EAdueation
HUGH S. THOMPSON.
F0'or A djutant <C- Inspector GCen Cral:
E. W. MOISE.
For JCongress---Fourth .Distriet
JOHN H. EVINS.
THE INDEPENDENTr Mov illENT
Hampton is go.tting along very
slowly, ,1t bidy fair to consist of
onio inll)Cndenit caididato and fif
Loon hundred Radicals.
Col. If. D. EInorT, the Demo
cratio nomino for Senator from
Colleton, has withdrawn from the
canvyae Onl accounlt of businless on
gagomonts. A noew convention has
GOVERNoB HAMPTON is sojonrning
nl tho miountinis of North ,Carolinal.
His physicians prescribe rest for a
while. It is si,ceroly to bo hoped
that he will be in Winnsboro on tho
13th.of September. If ho cannot
com thon, - hie will havo to give
Fair~eld a day at sonic other time.
NEoRO LEADEs IN TIIIS county ar
telling their dupes that there will bo
An equal number of Democrats and
Republicans on tho boards of
PloctioRs, that Hayes has stopped
down and Grant is coming back to
ake care of them, and that the
boxes are going to be carried to
'ahngo city to be counted.
IT Is REIPORTED THAT Exi -Governor
Scott and family were recontly
ojected fromx a train in Iowa beccauso
ho tendered a non.-ransferable ticket
that had -boon issued to an other
pat.Had the cx-governor b.onght
hisownticoteven .if he did it wiith
would not have cared.
TEPURoHAsE OF A controlling
interest in the Charlotte, Columbia,
and Augueta Railroad by tihe Rich
mond .and Danvillo line should ho
~pleasing to the stockholders. The
$outhern Seourity Company bought
this road .for the p)urposo of divert
ing business from it to tihe Wil
minngton and Columbia road1, where.
.as the Richmond and Danvillo road
.connects at Charlotto, and wvill
peOrmit this line to got its logiti
mato business in the way of freight
.and travel. The minority stock
iholdors need not expect much, but
.sock owing to iterosedreip.
The retirin dinistration has not
impressed the public either wt t
liberaility or its wisdom.
The News and Courier publishes
*Copious extracts from the p~owerful
speech dolivorod by Attorney Gono
,ral Youmans in tihe Kimupton extra
14 dition case. ,It was a masterly
effort, polished, eloquent and con
~vincing. After. tshat.. speech Massa,.
chusotta ought to have turned
Kimpton ever wvith thanks. Mr.
mation that South Carolina wanted
Kimpton in ordler to prosecute him
for his thefts. We had feared that
amnesty had rather gotteon away withl
o ur State government. .We cannot
see why seome of the supporters of
tho Consolidation Act aroe onorvous
nhnnou Kimtn'a comin down to
testify about the public debt. The
special court is sitting at a con
siderablo expense for the purpose
of gotting at the bottom facts, and
if Kimpton can throw any light on
the subject overy citizen of South
Carolina should bo dolighted to
securo his testimony. That ho has
told a lio beforo will not provent
his making a clean breast of his
transgrossions now. We anxiously
await tho deecisiun of the authorities
IN 1876 A mIwAsr mixsuni of the
success of tho Stato ticket was due
to the colored Democrats, who,
despito persecution ani assaults
froma their own race, maintained
their faith and deposited their
ballots for Hampton and Homo
Rule. It is but proper that these
faithful Democrats should renp the
reward of their labors. Having
joined tho party at a time when ;t
required a great deal of courage,
they should hbe mnemlbers now.
Every colored man who voted for
Hampton should bJ eIIrolled, be,
CAUSIo e has given proof tl'hat his
Demoeracy comes from the boham.
not from the mouth, and we want
his vote. Wo wish tihe votes of all
colored men, as we wIll lme thlos
of all the whites ; but it would not
be wiso to permit indiscriminate
membershi p bLforo the primaries.
In the days of Radicalism there
were hmindreds of the blacks who
were strikers and leaders, only for
thle plundler they receiveM - and
they would join thel Democratic
party from the same base motive.
Wo would be glad to have them
vote with us at thi general election,
but the nomination cf candidates
must be left solcly to known and
acknowledged Democrats. Al though
the constitution is silent on the
subject, a wiso COu'SO would bo to
elect, before the primaries, as mom -
bers only thoso who voted fur
Hampton, or would have done so
had they been permitted by law.
After the primaries are over fresh
recruits can be brought in to voto
in November, and thoso vwho vote
right then will be permitted to have
a voice in the nominations two years
hence. We must, have two years of
probation. That is the rule of all
parties, and it was recoiiized by
the Radicals. It is unwise to pro.,
claim this a race issuC. We want
eyery vote we can get, at the fgeneral
election. But tho intelligence of
the county must select the canidi
THlE NEWmS ANI. IHEIXD.
Nthe cam phaign1 th a i ow open&ing
its readers fully posted as to evenits OC
curring in Nationual, State and (ounty
pol it ics. It has hetoIbroh~I labored earn
estly in the tauise of goodl '.o'vernno-nt.
andl itserlIerts; in futr re will he re doul ed.
lIn orderc to accompl iush the g.ientul at gaa I,
it deir es to1 reach every cit izen ot Fairflield
Counimty. To attain this end thme tollow
ing8 special uratcs are offercd for the coam
Tri-weekly, to the 15th NWoember, I1. 5(
Wookly, to the 15th November, - - 1.00).
M-iI (i.'h, in cver|| case, mutst accomj t.';
Cards nominating candidates w~ill bo
inserted at thme following rates, in adance.
F~or each candidate, 1 inch, one in
sertionl, - - - - 1 Sl00.
F-or the camaign, in Weekly' and
Tfri -weekly, - - - 5.0)
Pledges of candidatos at the samoe intes
as the above.
Proeceeinugs of cliubs or e'intmunica
jius, when1(8 theuy conain~ii110 no iations,
comei utibr I ho rules for ad vert isIig,
But the p~aper will be openi for thbe legit -
1 umte d ie ussion , withIin u it r loublt
boundsl, ot the, umeritIs of all thbose canid i
dates whoso namecs are appearing in its
advyerthIingu columins. Pinal ~iiv ileges
will be accorded to all true iDemocrats.
brationms be hianded in at onlce.
.5:1- All businiess communmications~
shouild be addressed to tho
WVlNNSI1ORO( PUlMMI! LlNO CO.
LEATHIER ! LEATHER I
EI T have oni hanad a full stock of Sole,
IYItarnesos, Upper', Rnsset, Hi p anid
Calfskin Leather, which we will sell very
HIDES I HIDES I
I liigheslt market prico paid( f'or hides.
Isi ing them to us,
april 25 J, F. McMASTElR & CO.
N EtW A V EljtT'18EMENT'S.
P1IAND omali IIIl e0).1V.RGAN
p1110 oilj11i on i $- '. 111 ( :It iiizu upighit. 'laitos,
pr ~i l ano oily $5-T. New s-it yl1 iigh)t Iaos-.
1il-a., Organsx $:i5. I Iry:)Iis l:2 stops SilO
Cli;ttech Iryt. la ts price 3.11 only :eI15.
- o lott $:i 1 I Mirrr Top Olv a.iis, only 1 i.
I II tt .r corn e I itt -! in-I at h Ion f I i am not
a re eele2ti , It. %. fare paIl 11oth ways and
it lItio orir. ngie free. L'arge Ilittst-rated
NewspIlier Wit h ntttel itif toriatOll it l, v st,
or la on Organs :. iren. i'tease' :,,I
(lress l)A NI EI, 1". HEAlT 'Y, Wa-.1 shin1g1onl, N. J.
Nr > 1? ! ~ , 1 r , 1 F 1> I E -:. I-even
10 1 y l i gj t'shot leovrwt
an huiklgs. Adth-re J. BIt 'N \7, SIN,
1U : a l(1 , \1i ld St.,I 'ittsbitrg, l'eti )ylvaila.
AGE NTS \N T:1) W 31NTElDIals aniit iplotnas
for II0lNIAN'S aw:11rde.l
Atho- ta n w tirul~s.A.A. IIOL-1.\N &CtO.,
SAr i h Si re t', i'lliladti'ilil:n. 'viinsylvi4 11a.
UR S I rI 1,NTITE,
(0LU31 IA, MO"'Il S A CAlOINA
I ni hr thl pat rona ' of ?i'. liRv. lisI I Y. ey .
l' t'o I II i lls Iha att.! iress "T. ii, 1 Ti,
h n 'oEll n
.f111nch o l A11111athiiiatu
F V;vhDanly for t'h r
N W) l'tin . RHtHa DLOO d
J-y \1V\, lt of' Toll( anu I
.ivIIy In the Stontach-I
he danguers Of l'ti'gi of
W 1trer, lld :111d l 1.U lti e.
l' \E SEN'S PA'ND.T V1- lilE. ielu- dich
blmal uit-i (ii 'opl:4tly rch:nl-cihe btoo 1)n
' i l v w.-eks ly t io r-stordto soil
I I i th i e po Ile. by
nol te el Itl I r stAmIli. 1. ,;. JullNSoN
F(R Tc CAMPAIG!
HAMPTON AND HO10ME IRULE
ALIV.E, AND FEAR.j*LES.S
'1ETOCRA rTIC X WP11A111 PER.
Li arl i tii ir iu tion i i bI he iState.
Lar-ca Ciclattionj in the CGtonSates
A.Til N :WS A ia ElT 1 l'T -il CA OIiNA.
L TIE N E - : .\ l'T T rI' il.
1.A,1, T'll !S 11..\\ ....E..... .
IPure and Uulefiled DeJmocracy
i'4iti ~ ~ ~ ~ 'i felt. it,2 IhiHt- wY,1121
12 -tinle(Imf Ithe' (Ili f p tuti '-n l iters elt. n I
app-ii - h i ng L( li if ll iinad by- i verytji'
1)1' I 4)1ra' Who 1 opes t11o Hiet greal,
Woilrk l- I lion of th 5.ale
n 1.1 im I :15 t Cl I -0lii~1,1lvl 1,r1,) i
t I ht. aayr p .1
Tim ,NEWS AND OU l -will direct
a!O it - e r s In rso u e to pre
.wenting frotul deOy to dayo and
fromn weetk to wkfull and
inst. etin, acconts (111( W -of
'.~ htcli the pm.- ofl theso co
ToilIi lpheilr( i h apn !bi the81 reach 111f
everh0 l i frntht xlig cots.w
hav dt-il aine to oft'er to .,ltl Subscriber
Ti1-2 ItWS 1.\2 1)1~h C liiFiii' il l :l Oilein, y
T2I( i ll i i-:W . ) ('o I-i .II 01t(, Tr i-V. ao Iwoly
I 'be dhlo. . s' onanihls.... .......
A 1 u t 0111. ti' 1 . k'', a tiII'th s......d
'wtoitn wi10 b reeiedi atoeer~a
VI'l AI~ Fl' MiilligtsoN. Y nl \o
)r. UIndh -b. 0i6h8 llrod, . Yufh
Gto L a.etal . ry ifelEl'ign \-or all t he dsta
~ C'lT irlE I O aloof cnhni's Ma11.
oer nii .lait iiouanvassedtt, Lard' an
AM RECEIVING daily frosh
Suigars, Coffecs (reen and loast
od, Tea, Flour, Grist, Meal,
3yrups, Molasses, Soda,
Soap, Starch, ]agginCS
and Ties, Bacon,
Lard-in B Is., Cans and Buckets
Sed Onts, Ryo and Barley, Nails,
Trace Chains, Horse and Mulh
Slhocs, AxlC Grpso, )Vhito yinc and
Fresh Cheeso and Maccaroni
New Buckwheat Flour.
Choico lew crop Now Orlenus
Now Mackerol in kits, I and A
gir All goods delivered within
D R. FJENNIKEN
WG). (I ROC-iHEI
AS) removed to the store next to the
mst-oflico, where hie will be glad( to re.
uvive his ftricids and customers.
A full line of Samples will be kept on
land, f.romii wrIIeh cuIodmersA Imy miiake
elections. lie now has the linest lin o
Lrench and English goods cver brought
o this market.
le is also pr(parcd to cut or to imak
ip goois for ithose who desire. '
Garmcnts of all kinds repaiired and
.F- Cleaning a specialty.
Thankful to the public for pas:t patron
Ige, he solicits a continuance of the
;1%m10, an5d guarInteCs SatiSfaictio;.
sept 18 W. G. LOCHE.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
// Patent Metallic
00Boo and shoes
S From Runningrover,
Sand Ripping in the
. . 7oj.. . iM A.oi
-HO1 1 J.OR -
I lIE fnIt. t onso ink town to rdc
.L Whiskey to ton cents a drink, fleer
o live cents a glass and Ililliards .fifteen
,on ts per game. Ilaving a large andl well
iolettd lot of Puro Litluors on hand of
vhmich the following are a few of the
Pure old Kent uky Riourboni, Cab inet,
KX XX and Buaker Rlye, Sour Mash Stono
!iounmtaini (Co1J a specialty, Cognac,
Thal jirnil,Pe(m~a -and Apple Urandies.
hmub~ham.,ne, 8hmerry .and P'ort Wines.
Cininf-ti Langer I4uo awaysi kept on
ice, anld all s orts or1 fan1cy and11 coolj driis
Lepared iln the IiOSt tasty mannler at
april 30& it J, D. McIARL EY.
In the Prioa of
JOATS' AND CLARK'S TH READ.
fli- Five Cents ai Spool. Ta
Dry (looins, ('lothing. Boots and Shoes
very low for Cash, in order to make room
for Vall Stook.
Sugeith1el tu0r & Uro'00Nel.
THE PAPER TO TAKE.
ENTElRIISING I IELIAULE I
TIIE CIRONICLE & SENTINEL,
TWo PAPER" GoNaoLIDATE) M'arch 18, 1877
rl'lE cil )tONICLE & CONSpj'T'ITUTION
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ly.) th only imorning pmper loblished in
tIe city of Augusta, tnd the only paper
receeiviiig thie tlegraphie d isuimtches of tho
New York AssoCiated Press. The only
ilotrittig pi)r pablished in Eastern1
Geor-gia aud Western South Carolina.
Oil'ers greater advantages to advertisers
than any pmpor in the Soutih.
11o ld(hioniclo & Consiitionalist is
Demiiiwratie inl polities, but perfectly iu
depnlident inl its C0iuiiomments Upoil 111011
and I Ispres. Its ojiiionis upon all
imnpoitant iatterA nro fearlessly express
od, and re"olutoly nlintained. During
the comining winter special corresponidentfs
inl Washington-, Atlanta, and Columbia,
will keep our readers fully inforned of
the proceediigs of Congress anid o.f tho
loegislatiure, of Gecorgia and South Caro
liur. Its Cominerveal Reports tro caro
'ully coipiled, and arc fN11 and iecurato.
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Weekly (a m1ammonatli shcet) $2, cash in
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Poriodical or Bilious Fevor, &c., and ind o
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cturc of Intermit tents is, Itinit it conitains no qui,
nine or nieral, and those whio take it are free
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has been extenisively employed during the last
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once brokeu up by it, (do not, return untilth
dise'ase is agalu contracted.tu
The great variety of disorders which arise n'orn
the irritation of this poison, such as Neuralgia,
Ithioumatism, Oout, Iloadaxche, linldness,
Toothache, Earacho, Ontarrhi, Asthma, Pal..
pitation, Splenlc Afhetionms, Ilysterics, Paun
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onl the fIrst approach of (lie promonitory symop
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thus enabled to dlefy those disorders, andt few
wIll eyer suifer if they avail themselves of the
ptrotection this remedy affords,
For Llvpr Comnplaints, uiriing n-om torpIdIty,
it is an exellent remedy ; it stlmuiatos this organ
intobeclthy activity, and produces many remark
able cures whore other medicines Ibil.
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Fractica1l and Analytical ChemIsts,
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ON Do , .it s. Trid vod, for' sale
e t r;t-di'at (P (r ents peri) dozen
cash, anid to mt~elclfnt axt Now York
july 27 AlcMAT'll, & fliit[CE.
TO MAKE MON1Y
Pleasantly anxd fast, agets shomuld ad
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Georgia. - juno 15-1Jy
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