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WINNSBORO, S. 0.
VMSpfDAYS fiRPTVM15E1; 10, .18*78,
.I. MRA VS DA V'8, EDJToa.
JNO 8. EYrNOLIN, A88isUrAT, EIT0n.
)EMOCRATIC STATE TICKET,
Br Governor :
For Lieuten(nt Governor ,
W. D. SIMPSON.
For Secretary' ofJ State:
It. M. SIMS,
For Comptroller General:
For Attorney General:
LEROY F. YOUP . .
.For State Treasurer
S. L. LEAPHART.
Fe~r 4'uperintendene of E1!~duation ,
HUGH S. TITOMPfON.
For Adjutant <0 Inspeetor General:
E. W. MOISF.
For Congress-Fourth ])i4trict
JOHN H1. EVINS.
SOUTM VA7IOLTNA NE R1'S.
Religious revivals are b cing held
im many counties of the Stato.
Lexington has only lovon pris..
onors in her jail,
The Barnwell county convention
will be hold on the 1st proximo.
Tho primary elootion in Loxing
ton county will be hold on tho 14th
The State press with one accord
is crying down indepondent candi
There are twenty.-four woll or
ganized Domocratic clubs in Nor
Sunday excursions to Summ or
ville from Charloston are now very
popular, and well patronized.
Charlesto) is to have its county
nominating convention on the 15th
The Radicalq of Anderson will
hold a county nominating conven
tion on the 21st instant.
Great preparations are being
made in all the countios to give the
Governor an old soventy-six re
ception on the big campaign days.
The recent heavy rains have
caused considerable damago to the
crops in various sections of tlo
The colored people all over the
State show a cominondablo interest
in tho work of raising funds for thme
yellow fever suf'erers.
The old court-house at Blackvillo
has been turned into a high school,
with .Col. James Hallonquist as
The Rmadicals are about to begin
work in earnost in several of the
couties, an~d in some, too, wlbero it
was ,lttle suspected.
Commissioner ;Baum has informed
WV. E. Earle that his services as
Assistant Uoited States Attorney
can be dispensed with for the future.
The colored Democratic clubs of
Charleston arc gradually receiving
Accessions to their ranks, and con
siderable intorest is being miani~
tested by them.
County aid to the Georgetown
and North .Carolina Railroad was
lost in Williamsburg county by a
inajority of over four hundred
Henrietta Archer, colored, of
Bolton, has boon committed to An
dorson jail to awvait trial upon the
charge of infamticidlo. The rime
was oonitted last week.
The c,oxetission~ors appointed in
1871 to locate a site for a coprt
bouse in Aiken county, have ,boonu
indicted by the grand jury for
broach of trisat with fraudulent
intont,, and1 hench wvarrauts hayo
boon misued f'or their arrest.
A son of Mr'. J. A. Gilos, of York
.~to , was recently bitten by a
highla mocasin snake, when he
took Aho .child upon his knee and
sucked the poison from .the wound.
'The little follow is nowv doing well,
,and the father has experienced no
bad effet fron; his act of paternal
The News and Courier says the
*.narkod good health of Charleston
,this year, anid the large stock of
,goods which .the \vholosale mor'
.chants biayo bought, have attracted
,an urnusually large crowd of moerM
.ohantg .frQm dthe interior ~ of the
State, and the/fall traslo has already
fairly opened 4pd .vrything -be-.
tokens a heavy busineos'dpiring the
George Huntor, colored, while
amarroning. wit hi wif Wurmi
day morning noar Glenn Springs,
on the premises of Mr. Boho, was
attaokod by bia wife's aunt, whom
George slapped over, wlgn sh wont
for her husband, Honry Gist, yho
soon appeared upon the scono,
whereupon a rogular monlc onsued,
in which Honry Gist was fatally
wounded with a knife by Georgo
Hunter. Henry Gist was dying at
last accounts and George Hunter
was committOd to jail in the after
noon, for investigation.
lilt IV-Ao -11RA.
Elophaits are fond of music.
An odd affair-A dull paper.
A strapping follow-The barbor.
A bat that flies without wings-A
Cats are known to reach the ago
of twentyono years.
Slave of tho still-Sorvant in a
deaf and drynb asylum.
Among tho latest curiastios is a
wlot-Fetono to sharpon the water's
If a good face is a letter of ro.
commendation, a good hoart is a
lettor of credit.
Spiders seem giftod wifth a nearer
approach to reason than any other
Boggs s:tys the timos are so dull
that it is dillicult for him to collect
evein his ideas.
A railroad tr- ii moving twenty
miles ani hour day and night would
reach the planet Neptuno in 16,000
Paln loaves, straw, yucea fibres,
whalebono shavinigs, and feathors,
aro used in making artifieal flowers.
A fashion item says "marigold" is
now at popular siado of yellow.
The ladiosi always were partial to
The Princess of Wales, the C(rown
Prince of Denmark, her brother,
and the heir to the Bolgian throne,
are all partially doaf.
A court on the French sido of
the Exposition iis just boei open
od, wimiehi illustrates tie perfection
to wvhich Paris artists in hair habo
Turkeys are natives of America,
an(d wore consequently unknown to
the ancients. T liey were first
brought to England about 16523, and
to France about 1570.
An American' merchant in Japan
says an evening stroll through somo
of the towns in that country reveals
a petroleum lamp in nearly every
store, burning American oil.
A doctor went out for a day's
hunting, and on Comin! homo con
plained that he hadn't kileh:d any.
thing. "That's because ou3't didn't
attend to your legitimnaf, buiu e.9"
said his wife.
Ti saijp- backacho which makes a
boy howl when Ie's digging pottoes
wreaths his faceo in smiles when he
slips oft the back way to tlhe picni..
Boys are curious irsects.
If you take one of the nowv silver
half dollars, pour' a littl2 mnuriatic
acid on tihe figur'o of th 3oegle and
set it ill the sun for twenty minutes,
when you come to look at it will
be gone. And the man whlo took it
will be gone also.
So disgustedl was a farmer wyho
had taken a two-horso load of corn
to Dallas, Tex., on learning thaf, tihe
buyers wvould pay no more than
thirty-five cents, that he paidl forty
cents to drivo his wagon to tlie
mniddle of the toll-bridge, and there
solemnly emptied the grain intp
Charles Ronde is mistaken. There
are men who could novor' learn to
use both hands with equal facility.
We saw one last evening grinding a
hand-organ in market, and to save
him~solf he couldn't budge the
crank with his left hand, lie bad
.neglected to bring it homio withr hirm
wh'ien he camne out of the army. And
now let the old mudslinger call us a
bald-headed horse-tief if ho dares.
-Cincinnati BlreaXkfast Tablel
The records of the ancient
borough of Wallingfor'd, Borks..
England, contain thme following
mnphonmous sur'names. wvhichm have
been brou ght to light by the His
torical MSS. Commission : Throeo
3al fponco, Broken foot, Tim oofday,
Harlbat, Wapr, Kyhaw, Hentooako,
Sealdwater, Puitti, Polokoc--pob.
bly Shakspeare's (King Lear) Pilli
cock-Possowips, P'olo(oponi, Skik-.
orit. Seine of the fomilnine Chmris-.
tian names found on time othler hand
..re very euphonious: Estrilda,.Claria,
Marcilla, Cilar'icia, Basillo-rolics of
,the,,Roman (lays in Britain..
There is a class of diseasos, often
insidious in thoeir appr'oach and slow
in their action, dependent upon a
poor1 cond~itionl of the blood. The
surest and speediest relief and cure
for these complaints is .Dr. Bull's
C ALL at J. M.. b.4A7'S' for all kinds
-of Chewing Tobacco. Durh am's anmd
other kinds of Smoking Tobacco, low for
Purifles tle Blood uid fMves
1)U QUoYN, IIj,., Jan. 21, 1871a.
mil. 11. It. STI'rKN4:
Dear tirI-Your "Vege(Inle" hns been (loing
wonlde'rN for ne. Hlave beeni having' the Chills
atIl Fever, colltr aciAil In tho swallips Qt tile
soil 11, nothing riving u1e relief tintil I began
the 11S or your 'egetine, ilg.iving me Itnime4tt.
ate r'ief, to)ling up my systemn, piui-tying mny
blood, giving strength; whorensi a other mduiI
eies weakened me and lilled my system with
Voisoit O3n. ai a s(NIled (ihat if familles that
ive in ihe agito ditrietsoft he Soulith and WCst
would take Vegelino two or three timoS a week,
they vouid not, be troubled with the (h10i or
ile m.lignant Fevers (hat, prevalil at Cortain
I imes o t I lie yialr saVi) (outor's 11iWI, and3 live to
a gooti Old age. Ihespectfully your,
J. J.. A,[lTUIfI. EL
Agent H[enderson's Looms, St. Louiso.
Ar. DiSKAMSs CI.' T 1.05 I3,r0).-[( Vegetine will
relive painl, eloanjse, purify, andI cure suchi
di vse03s, res0torfig the patlint to perfect
lialiih after t(rying dilT ormit physelani, m1an3y
rIne3tles 8 ITerintig for e'nVI rS, 11 it; not Coniil
ive 0 prool, if you are a sufferer, you can be
(cIlred ? Why li 1.h1i ined3iin performingf such
great, 0eres ? It works lI tbe- blood, iti th etr
(enlat.ing litilk. It can truly be Called tihe
(reat lood Iuriller. Th1e great sourv0 or dim
-;It orilitates in tie blood i and no m3edile
1 hat, do 3 o act1.31, diretly upn it. to purily and
renovate, has just claimf upon public attention.
VEG ET INE
IHas Entirely Ci'orl Me of
CAIlO, ILL., Jan. 23, 1878.
MIII. H1. R.TRxNS :
Der Sir-1 have used .several bottles of
"'V JETIN"' ; It hias entirely cured 3me of
Verligo. I have also used It for Kidney Colm
phrint. It is the bes0, %iedicinio fo' kidney
C(onplaint'. I woul recolimen1d ii tis a goo0
bloo( purililer. N. YOCU M.
PAIN AND DisRAsa.-ln WO OXp)OLt to enjoy
gooil healt11 whell had or0 Cor'rupt, 1um3i(ors cIr
cu3late wit 1 the bWood, (ainsi ng latin and disneaso;
nliul I lit-so Iunors'. betiing deposited II rough the
ell I Ire bo)Idy, 'Cproduce1 pII Iles, 031pt l ions, uliors,
Siilgest Ion, Cost ivenesys, h(0eadaches, n0ttrau1lgia,
theIumiiatist and nurncrous other complaints ?
W.emIiov0 the enuse380 by taking V'egetlne, the
11s14 relhti ble reiledy for3 cleansing 1111 Purify
lug the blood.
I elieve it to bO a Good Medi
M. STKVNq: XiA, O.,3March 1, 1877.
Dlear r-81-I wish to inform you what, your
Vogel like has don for me. I have been aillict,
1 wvith3 Neuraght,no 0 r3ir using three bot
iles of .h Vegtin30 ws., ent.irely relieved. I
also fot13d m.iv1 gel(eral healt limch Improved.
I believe It, to be a good mveline.
Yours 1 u3ly, Flt J) iA IVERS'TICK.
VF'3'riNn I boroughly (radleates very kind
of humnor, mndr t.orzth (lie entire system to a
H. It. SrKvrNs :
Dear 8ir--We have been selling your "'Vege
1.Ine for the3 past e(ightlleen Iionth, aiI We take
p1(asu1re In staling that In Ivery cas, to our
Inowledge, It has given grea1, mat satilt toll.
1. TlE DRST
H. It. STWfiBostoni, 9
Yege'tinie is.sld Iky all Druggists.
- 0 -
JUST RECEIVED a .lot, of now Style
WVamstta, Fr3uit of theo Loom, and7( othgr'
brande blepcheod Hom espuns.
r'illinigs an~id brown Homespunsl~fl of all
REMEMBER THAT WE SELL
J. & P. COAT8' best six ord Spool Cot
ton at five conts por spool, Cash.
J. F. McMASTER & 00.
B3ARGAINS ! BARGIAINS 1
,FOR OAS 1
- OR01 tho next twonty days uyay.bo lhad
L'at the formeorstoro of Sol. Wolfe. The
beautiful stock of
will-bo sold regardless of cost, as9 money
mulhst be raised,.
july 80 . ~..;... WOLFE.
'') 'MAKE MONTEY
Pleasantly an~d fast, agents should ad.
dross F"INLET', HARVEY & CO., A tlanta1
Go orgia. juno 16-y
Qolumbla 3usinpq Cards.
I_ EADQUAlTERS fqy. ohopest Gro
ceries an( flardware in Columbia
to be found 4t'tho old reliabto houiseo
LOlICK & LOWRANCE.
IT IX'S, Portraits, Photography, Store
oscopes, &o. All old picture*
copied. Art Gallery Building, 124 Maii
Street, Columbia, S. 0. ' Visitors aIr
cor(lially invited to call and examino.
IARLES ELIAS,formerly of Camden,
ho movod to Columbia, aril opono(
a largo stock, of Dry Goods and Notions,
Boots, Shoes, Trunks a~id Valisus. Satis.
) ECKLING'S GALLEBRY-Oi;posit
t the Wheeler Holo. Portraits,
Plotographs, Amulbroty p and Ferroty pof
finisied in the latst style of the art
Old pictures copieel and onlarged to any
size. W. A. RECKLING, Proprietor.
])TERCKS & DAVIS, imnportors an
dealers in Wat-3hes, ClockcsJewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware, mouse Fornish
ing (Goods, &o. N. B. -Watches and jew
elry repaired. (olumbia, . . Qct 27-y
THE NEWS AND HJERALD.
IN the campaign that is now Qpening
Tu NEWS AND HERALD proposes to koop
its readers fully posted 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 redoubled.
In order to accomplish the greatest good,
it desires to reach every citizen of Fairfiold
County. To attain this end the follow
ing special rates aro offerod for the cam
Tri-weekly, to the 15th November, $1.50.
Weekly, to the 15th November, - - 1.00.
- Cash, in every case, must accompany
Cards nominating candidates will be
inserted at the following rates, in advance:
For cach candidate, 1 ineh, one in
ortion, - - - - $1.00.
For the campaign, in Wookly and
Tri-weekly, - - 5.00
Pledges of candidates at the saio rates
as tile above.
Proceedings of clubs or comnmunica
ioni.s wleli they contain nomnizdations,
coimo uider the rules for advertising,
But the paper will be open for the legit
inmate discussion, within rcasonable
bonuds, of the merits of all those candi
dates whose nam1111e are aippealing in' its
advertising colunins. TEqual 'privileges
will bo accorded to al true Demoorats.
Wo ask that subscriptions and nomi
nations b handod.in at once.
A:M- All business communications
should h addresd to the
WINN$ilOltO P1UBLISHNG CO.
Ti! 1i JVXxsI3o0 110TEL,
MRS. M. WV. B3RO\VN.
r IIIS Hotel, situiated in the pontro of
A the toivnl, ol'ers and gitarsuntees to tile
public induucements unsurlassed by any
other house in the plnece. Table sup
plied with tihe best in the market. Com..
fortal~le rooms and p)olito attention.
Torms-$2.00 por1 day. aug 9-tf
FOR THE CAMPAIGN!I
HAMPTON AND HOME RULE
The N~eWs an Cudie.
A LIVE AND FEABLESS
D1E MOCR A TIC NEJ WS PAPE R.
Largest Circulation in the City.
Largest Circulation ill the State.
Largest Circulation in thd Cotton States.
ALL TlIIE NEWS AII01TTl 0UTH CAROLINA.
ALL TFliE NIEWS ABOUT TICE 80ol'I'.
ALL THEM NEW'S ffRtOM ,EVEltYWHIER,.
PRi'o alid( Uiideflled -.)eniorney I
UNIONI .JUSTICE I JEQUA7 RInGJ1Til4
Itecogniycing thme paramount Interest felt in thec
approachlIng poitical canvass by every'
Democrat, who 1hope to see the great
wvork of the Redemption of the.Stato
.madle complete and pormanent so
that the pople may rcap and'
fully enjoy theo frit of
-tic in sacilicesi,
21IE NE WS AND C001%IER4 wil,1 direct
all its onorg ics mnd resources to pro
senting from day to damy, and
.from wvook to week, full anid
interesting accounts o'f
*th e progress .of. thoe'
Irvr To place the pallior within the roach or
.overybodly durinlg this exciting conltost.we
have detlermilned to gifer to Mall Subscrbe-a
.the following '
Reduced Ratea for4he-Campaign :
i'It NE WS8 AND) 00URil,-IaLy ktitfi
O months......,..,....., '10
TlE, NEWS AND) COURIER, '.~iAid eekl '40
E~dition, 0 months.,......- ......'...k 20
THEii WEEKL(TY N,EWS,60 months.........'g
ubsorI p lons will be received at those l'atgi
R01 MAI L.SUIBSORIIBElis bN.kY, 'ntril' hiyt
.orernal caostoahe mu~l 1.st ac'conmpany 'th
rensof. thle cause of honest home rule ir
all the countIes arc invited to alId us in awellti
our Campaign 8ttbacilption.LIst, whiich ougllt
toinud every lntolligent, votec'in tile sta .,
arI~ORDA N & .DA19Of(,ro otor ,.
B EST Dry .Goods Ho!ge in the SoutI
All oxrs freights pai hr the
order is $1.0 WioaP Potalfo 8'am
ples and Prioo List. -
,.e.ps 'ais t.,
50060 cents por dozen, dash.
july 2'l t F, unMoMA & .O
PIA, autM"ul ConerORGAN
lee~i~ 110rand Pianos p~rice
$1000 $425. SU erb Grand Sqlara Plano,
p 100 op'y $250. legar t ulaiflktPlanosi
1 .85.,'rga-ga 121StoprgtS7250'
r1t onlyirror io rgans, only $105.
Bues oj and see mae 116 holuo: it I ain not
a sroreso t.. II. are paid both ways and
Piano or Organ gl%iefre Large II1qistrato4
Nowspaper th muo trirformatlon about COBS
of l'aog andI 0. gnq V~ free. P1080 aid
dress DANIEL P. URAA 1Y, Washington, N. J.
ox Cartridges. Address J. I1IQVN & lON,
136 and 188, Wood St., Pittsbiurg; 1Pblnsylvhnia.
AGENTS VANTED ! Medals and Diplomas
'(or HOLMAN'S awarded
eoood anonsPictorial Bil es.
Addres foi *row circulars, A. J. JIOLA & Co.;
930 4rc*Wi Street, Philadelphia, 1'eumslyauila.
V.J$ ULINE INSTITUTE,
9OLUl)IBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
Under the patronage of ItT. Rim. Dsr. LYNCE.
1'rP01OCL-Us leaso address ",T)iE MOTHI
wlIN SpflUOIf," f sullue convent, Valle crueo
S I Nr ' The only combination of
SAN~th Up 9R' lUeJanjaba Ginger.
wih ch oice Ar nattd and
re ch Brandy for Choler
and alns, Diarr oea and
sentery, Dysfe sla, Flat
qI11H 1 111 ogne(r, I ant oToead
Ictiv ty in the 8tomach
land Bowels, aid avoiding
the ddigera of Change o
Water, Food and Oliu ato.
GIN E Ak for
?ANFORD's (AMAl0A GINogli.
I1EW RICE IOODI
PAIISON'S IUR GATIVE PILT make new rich
blood, ani will completely Cliange the blood id
the entire system In three motichs. Any pery
son %Vho will take one pillI each night frelfl
one to twelvew~eoksimay be restored to soundt
health, It llh a thing be possible. Sent b
mall for eight letter stamys. I. ,. JOHNSON
& CO., Bangor, MAlne.
FRobI NEW YORE
AN elegant lot p Spring Prints, Cain7
brics, WLi E. ?que, Figured Pique's
ong Cloth, Co. .onades, Ladies' and
G3ents' Hosiery, liandkerchiefs, Towels
&c., and are ofered at the'lowest casli
prices. J. 31. BEATY.
The colpbratad "Bay stato" standard
scrowed and wiro sewed Shges,ag pecialty
--.t J. MU. IlEATYTS. Try "Whemv;* and you
vill be convinced of their durability.
Qo to J". ., BEATY'S for the6 besl
Family Flouj, Meal, Qrist, Riqe, Hams
t.randed '-'ChallengQ,-") Laid; 'Bacon,
Sugar and Coffee, very loW prices, Tea,
Crackern, Candy, Soap, 8tarph, Blueing,
Soda, Con. Lye, Alfutard, ]?aeles, TQ'
natoes,. Sardinen, Balhnon, Popper,
Spice, Giner, intinogh and many othet
things noeessar' forfanwily comiort.
J, M. BEATY'S
TEL, ovdo Iron,Powmud
(irain GCalles, iioythes, Brado's Hoes,
Shiovels, Giarden Iloes nind Rakos, lt.aihl
lIoree and Maulo Shioes ai.dNasule
B. B. Red Cedar Bucke, ,Galvan-izoq
Hoo p Cindar Buoket's, Pairited ]nucket$l,
Well BueketL' Kogs, Mensiures, B3ioomgi,
&c. Creekery .and inware.
IAM REOEIVING daily freslg
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast -
ed, Tea, IFlour, Grist, Meal,
Syrups, Molasses, Soda,
Soap, Starch, Bagging
.and Ties, ~i~acon,
Lard-in Bbls., Cans and jBnokty
.edOats, Rye and Br.,-Nails,
TXaIc9 Oh ains, Horse and Mulp
.Shoes, AxloGreesoe, ht fie aufj
Fr'esh .Cheose .and Mccaronji
Now Buckwheat Flour.
-Chgige .geoy .orop e ren
Moasse. ' - p-e ron
ii" All goody 4cligeOd .withip
BOARD OF' EQAIZATIQi.
ii 3HE sdoond ineet1i g of ta Cope t
BLoatl of ~ iziatIon,t Faifriel
&Fntin, wUI.bl- r arthe Offce of the
(Countn udjtpr, .p~on menoing on Satu -
daiy, .the 7th septemrber, proximro,
I. N, WiTHERS,
.aug 29-Id Auditor, F1.0,