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WINNSBORO, S. C.
#ATV(IDA Y, SEPTIMBElR 7, 1878.
No. MCANS IDA AVI, E10,1I0t.
JNo S. Je IYNoD8, ASmSOrIATH EIToR.
DEMOORATIC STATE TICKET.
l'ur Licutenant Governor
W. D. SIMPSON.
For Secretary of State:
1R. M. SIMS.
P'or Comptroller General:
For A ttorney General:
LEROY F. YOUMANS.
'or State Treasurer
S. L. LEAPHART.
lFor Superintendeut Of Education
HUGH S. THOMPSON.
For A dfutunt c&- inspector Generat:
E. W. MOISE.
.For C(ongress--v'ourt/, istrict
JOHN 1-. EVINS.
DENNIS KEAUNEY i still raVing in
cohorontly in the eastorn cities.
BEAST BUTLER, th natio1al work.
ingnion's candi(ato for governor of
Massachusetts, ' addressos his fellow
laborers in a faultless suit of broad
cloth and patent leather pumps.
IT IhAs DEEN sIOoESTEii that it
would have beon much better for
tho governor of Massachusetts to
koop the carpet-baggcrs at home
bofore they stole than to koop them
there now that the South really
doos desire their presence.
BEAST BUTLER modestly suggests
in a recent speech that as ho sup
pressed yellow in New Orleans
when ho commanded thoro, he is a
fit person to check the political
ydllow fever that has raged for years
In the Bay State. Massachusetts
thinks the remedy worse than the
TnE PRIMARY ELECTIONS in ChcOstCr
have resulted in the unanimous re
nomination of Gen. W. A. Walker
to the Senate, and of Mosusrs. John
J. Homphill, 0. Barber and A. F.
Anderson to the House, in the
Mr. Hemnphill have (lone good ser
vice before. The other nomineon
are new men.
GOLD AND sILvER can niow be sent
in registered packages weighing not
more than four pounds(1 through tihe
mail at tihe rate of a cent an onnuoo,
and ten cents additional for register
ing. In this way a thousaind dollars'
wvorth of gold may be transported
anywvhere for ;seventy-four cents.
As the postal cars will be provided
with safes, it is expected that the
new law will interfere to some
extent with the buasiness of express
The greatest grievance that has
befallen parents of school children
in past times is the numberless
changes in text books, and the no
cessity for buying' a new outfit
whenever their children were sent
to a now school. Any plan that
will prevent this drain on the pa -
rental pocket-book is greatly to be
desired. The aim of the public
school system is, while scuring
uniformity of education, also to se,
cure uniformity of text books ;. and
with a view to the latter, the Legis
latuire has authorized the State
Board of Examinors to seloct a
series which shall be in use over the
wvhole State for at least lve years.
When these books shall have been
fully introduced, a child .moving
from one county in the State to
another will find tihe same text
books in use in both schools
Tile State Board adopted at their
meeting in Columbia on Wednesday
a full series, whieh is given else
where. In soveral instances they
have adopted a double standard, in
order to moot the wants both of
bighler and lower graded schools.
Thu selections appear to have been
carofully mado, and somo viauablo
,accossions to tho school literaturo of
the State havo boon scoured. These
books will bo introduced in exchango
for existing text books at very ro
soniblo ratos, not m1ore, we presume,
than about one-half the retail price.
Pupils will thus bo enablod to re
coivod brand now books of improved
style at a very moderate prico in
exclnge for old dog-eared, ink
blurred veterans with contle;s
"torn out leavos." Thu book agents
will soon be abroad in tho land
introducing their wares. It is
t-> be hoped that teachors and parents
will tako advantage of the opportu
nity to discard tho old 8mith's
grammniarH, Davies' arithmetics and
bine-back spellinig. books, and that
tie childron will bo fully supplied
by the begililillg of the iext year.
Tho introductory rates will last only
a few months.
No one who has sufe-red vith
Salt Rh0n11, Boils, Pimples, Ulcers,
or any other Blood Disease, has
tried Dr. Bull's Blood Mixturc in
vain, it aliways Cutres.
FOR SCIHOOL COM1i1SSIONEIR.
JOHN BOYD i a candidate for the olic
of'Shool Comisisiui-I, silbjoI to the
ictioni of thl)O D nol iei'iti party it th
primatry election, and oligev
sepht I -x I A MA.'[ * l'inisai.
Bulilding' and Loan Ass.oociiu-l.
r till .1 1,a 1i.10hi r i :eing of t w i
T4p 111- I mi .Ilw il' L iii A Iki i
h- ' I to I~u tow o li t e II tit iy o1
111141, Mb t In iw wr, 211 01', 11111 oII
Ing,1be ( tll i 1tant, )T. Sh. ' t- I'in . A' -rIW m i
w 'tire athorouh-ly prhae toiW' doier' tiid
alter I he lin el In11'. -I hetre %% tIIIh frt11 fti
h i reWid l S(1 t o , I i iI ti l4 1 hl 11.1 hIl.
Mcillt.e will l te Of r se a 'Is ul iii.
1). 1t. Vb-:txN .:x,
Alo, the - h c I se i a vil - es.
.EOPLEn to know tha wve a good
Paintera an ood TIr:m mer, nd I t hat
we tire thoroughly prepared to ito guid
is well seasoned, being fromwo xi three
w'iattn toi' te Hrse Shoing deari;
Muoizie Soes, Sotihernistht manuatue.
Also tohei Ur:onze ors ho alb
intem re. i t) 1.t i l.
Llde wos repreltontd, wor no charge.o
ries aLits lo wsn rpon7ibe. tir
Lept 5 -Jio Walrtad Fas ~'ri es.o
Allmmter Sok, we have ihis day reduced
ilt' ule.Aiminel t cll, tn o 5i5e~ls.
wolitilg good in o 5 Ii. to 50~ e itk.
nudies' b ies and oforth 90rhts,nt
Leduies'elt and. Bw , woliriith et. to
Leatdi' Ti t anuarw, oranthing iets,
Any oth1er gsta.ta. prortoonato reduced.
Welt ar1 etrindto0ll1ndprsn
wlantg goodst o li old "mak
To cINeYra PARL1YSH tlTa,.
ploiu,n $Ji. egur nte ittohoI'
1FROM NEW YORK
A N elegat.lot of Spring Prints, Jamf
. briets, Whitoe Pique, Figured Pign1es,
1I)Ione Cloth, cottonades;, Ladies' and
(h:its' Hodiery, hindlerohieiufs. Towels,
.iad are olered at tho low est cash
pr iC. J. M. IIEATY.
I'ho celebated "hay Stato" standard
scre(wedl an.1 wiro soweu-1 Shoes~a specialty
al .1. .1lIATY'S. Try them11, ILd you
will bm conviii.wei ot' their durability.
.1 to J. M. llnAT' 8 for the best
Finlily lmr. "Moial, Orist, Rice, Hams
(ltrandled 'Culne,)Latrd, Bacon,
S.or an:l Co, --v, very low prlis 'Ta,
Cruoli rs. Can i.y, 1oalp, Stirlch, l ucing,
N)A, Con. Ljyt, Mulstar 1. Peachesli, '.Po
inat 's. Har1-dlnes, sialinlon, Peplper,
Spit-, GNinger, Nurmn-egs and nininy oither
ItIh igs nessry Ia.r comily omfort.
CA LL AT
J. M. BEATY'S
30C ./LEI231 WA26ELFZ
.iTI-1liL, Swedo Iron, Plow-moulds,
K . Traci Chains, llames, Back Banlds,
( rain Cradles, Scythos, Irado's Hoes,
Shovels. (iardet-n Ilos an(d Rake, Nails,
Jre h~and MUtlo Shoes aad Nails, Cutlory
U. 1l. le] Co lar Iliekat, (ralvanized
II1oop Cedar lnchets, Paintedtlvl uckets,
Well Mlnekets, Kegs, Measuros, Brooms,
&A. Crokukery and Tinwaro.
Wo ITro cOrio S.
AM RECEIVING daily fresh
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast
ed, Ton, Flour, Grist, Meal,
Syrups, Molasses, Soda,
Soap, Starch, Bagging '
and Ties, Bacon,
Lard-in Ebls., Cans and Buckets
Seed Oats, Ryo and Barley, Nails,
Traco Chains, Horso and Mule
F': eIh Cheese and M~haccaroni
N'w Bhuckwhecat F"(lu.
Cin-tee new crop New Orleans
New~ Mackerel in kits, ;f and i
l>" All goods delivered within
D) R. FENNi KEN
Pr nts ! Prints !
eJUSTV RF15E.~VD ai lot of new style
Waullaut~ , Frutit iiof h OOmf, aund othecr
brand.: hbeachedl Homecspu ns.
illings atnd browni Homespuns of all
REME~MBERI THAT WE SELL
J. & P. COA Ts' bost six cord Spool Cot
ton at five cents por spool, Cash,
J. F. McMASTER & CJO.
B3OARD 01" EQUALIZATION.
r 3HER seconii mueeting of thie County
Board .pf Equalzation, for Fairfild
county, will bo hold at the Office of the
County Auditor, comimonuoIn on Satur
day, the 7th September, proxlnmo,
au~ J-td .L N, WlTHllSt8
. ag 0-tdAnditona F.'n
Columbia Buniness Cards.
TT.EADQUARTERS for cheapest Gro
.L cories and Hardware in Columbia
to be found at the old reliable house of
LOR ICK & LOWRANCE.
IX'S, Portraits, Photographs, Store.,
oscopes, ko. All old pictures
00pied. Art (Gallery Building, 124.1 Main
8stroet. Columbia, S. C. Visitors aro
cordially invited to call and cxamine.
C IARLES ELIAS,formorly of Camden,
Jlhas moved to Columbia, an 1 opened
a largo stock, of Dry Goods and Notions,
Boots, 8hoe.s, Trunks and Valisog. Satis.
.. the Wheoor lHouso. Portraits,
Photographs, Aibrotypos and Ferrotypes
flnished in the latest style of the art
Old pletures copied and onlarged to any
size. W. A. RECKLING, Proprietor.
~IERCKS & DAVIS, importors and
dalers in Wiatas, Clocks.Jewelry,
Silv0r anu1d Plated Waro. louso Fernish
ing Good.s, &o. N. B. -Watches and jew
elry repairod. Colunbia, K. C. oct 27-y
TIE NEWS AND HERALD.
IN tie campaign that is now opening
Tiu NEws ANi) 1IEA.U.t) proposes to keep
its readers fully l'osted as to events o
curring in National, State and County
politics. It has heretofore labored earn
estly in the cause of good government.
and its efforts in future will be redoubled.
]n order to accomplish the greatest good,
it desires to reach every citizen of Fairtleid
County. To attain this end the follow
ing special rates are offered for the cam
T.rri-weekly, to tho 15th November, $1.60.
Weekly, to the 15th November, - - 1.00.
P1 (h4rl,, in every case, must accompany
Cards nominating candidatos will be
inserted at the following rates, in advance:
For each candidate, 1 inch, one in
sortion, - - - . $1.00.
For the campaign, in Weekly and
Tri-weekly, - - - 5.00
Pledges of candidates at the same intes
as th o above.
Proceedings of clubs or communica
ions, when they contain nominations,
come under the rules for advertising,
But the paper will bo open for the legit
inmato discussion, within reasonable
hounds, of the merits of all those candi
dates whoso names are appearing in its
advertising columns. E'qual pivileges
will be accorded to all true Democrats.
We ask that subscriptions and nomi
nations be handed in at once.
M'' All huinsq communications
sh~ou hi he.~ oldressed to the
WIN NBORO PU 4118Hf11NG CO.
TIl WI'XNEORO 11OTEL,
MRS. M. WV. BR~OWN.
(THIS Hotel, situated in the centre of
Itihe town, offers andl gu irntoes to the
public inducimements unsu~urpassedl by any
other house ini the place. Table sup
plicd with the best in the market. om
fortabile rooms and p)olitO attention.
TJermus-$2.00 pmer day. aug 0-tf~
HAMPTON AND HOME RULE
A LI VEi AND FEARLESS
DE MOCRAITIC NECWSAP1ER.
Largest Circulation .n the (Jity.
Largest Circulation in the State.
Largest Circulation in the Cotton States.
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UNiON I JUSTICE I KQ UAL )I101g TBI
itecognizlng i he paramount terest felt in the
appiroacinlg poit-ical canvasqs by every
Demnocrat who hopes to see the great
work or the Redemnption of the State
mnade complete and permanent so
that the pople may reap and
fully enjoy the fruit, of
TIlE NE WS AND COURIER will diroet
all its energies and resources to pro
senting from day to day, and
from week to week, full and
interesting accounts of
the progress of the
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everybodly dlurIng this exelting contest we
have detecrmined to offer to aYat SubscrIbers
Reduced Rates for the Oampaign :
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Subscri ptions will bo received at these rates,
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5. In all eases the cash must accompany the
Friends of the cause of honest home rule in
all the counties are invited to aid us in aweling
our Campaign Subscrintiton List, wichl Ought
to include every inteill~gent voter in the State.
RiOR D&AN & DAW8ONPro re,
BEST Dry Goode House in the South
BAll express freights pak where the
order is $1.0 rt f estal for Sata
pies and Price List.
Oct V. It-ICARtDS& BRO.,
005 Dozen Coats' ('otton foresale at
.00 cents per dlozen cash.
mily 27 J. F. MoMuA8'don A.O.
P1AN Orand 'unpo's'0RG AN
$1i00 only $25. Superb Grand Square Pianos,
prico$,100 only $25. Elegant upright Pianos,
Irico $80 only $155. New stylo upr git Pianos
O s $8t.Organs 1m top a $72.110.
Ohtrc gans 16 IX15 Rtor prico $890 only 115.
Elegant $375 Mirror lro 1 gans, only $105.
Buyers, como andi see m at, home if I am not
as represonted, It. it. fare paid both ways and
Pilano or Organ given free. Large illusitrated
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of I'lanos and Organs sort frcO. please Ad
dress DANI EiL F. BIATY, Washington, N. J.
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E RE! BLOOD!
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blood, and will completely change the blood In
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health, if such a thing be possible. Sent by
mail for eight letter stamps. 1. S. JOHNSON
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