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TV2F SDAr. BPIXBMBE R. l0 1818.
Fall 1878-LP4d Arog.
Up to the 1Nark-R. J. IUcCarley.
Knights of lonor-E. S. Chand,
Avoid using those renedies con
taining opium, morphia, ',te ; but
when the baby. is' sick use Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrqp-perfoctly safe
and always reliable. Price only 25
cents a bottle.
OYJAi T7KE CIL UBAi 1
M8s8rs. .ditors . I would like
very much to see something in your
paper in reforene to th mattqr of
nominations by the prinary electior1
System. .Its importaqqe n Qt to
be easily overrqteci. It ain lGi
mnatue. After the resqlt of the
primaries is annognced, lhen tha
ticket, whatever be its character or
comploxio4, .quet \ig, qr tIle 'o1po
sition becomes agaiq the 4ominanp
party. To it, Ife'ssrs. Editors, seri
pusly considered by many of our
best citizens, that their lethargy in
the matter of qurQlling themselves
in the Democratic clubs is criminal?
Do they ever reft 9t that this tlying
,s steadily going on--thq egrqlngent
-and that if they, because they arg
good and true, hold thomselves
Aloof, somethiind unyorthy may be
done at those primgary qlectiqi~s for
lack of their help to prevent it ?
Does not every rqav know Lbjg to bg
the most important eldcti6n ever
hold in th~ state, k -ond n6t eve'n
to the campaign of 1876 ? Is this
not the doctrine that Hampt6n pro:-'
mulgates whqrever he 'iy''heard Y
Shall oi worthiest fqllov-.ciiizens,
then-worthty 4y reason of 'tli
brain,'ih6ir 'haiactei tlisir courage
-lag behind and say they will none
of th.' priinary plan boqbaugQ 'A
cramps their action' and binds them
to do something they may not like
to do. Come forward-enter the
clubs likemeu-let *igir voices 'be
'heard, then, that youir counsels may
prevail and that judgment, 9aractdr
And sense may govern us ratherthap
immatur'e fhought arnd' aps
Messrg, 9ditgrp, I haye edeav
ored to point out to our backward
friends that instear of ~acting in a
manlyv and indopendent maniner, they
.most probably are acting sluggishly,
and 'nbt 'iith that digi'ee of moial
'and phy'sibal coura "vhich the
times demand.~ 6vei' riian is ex
pected to do 1iis duty, and that duty
is not merely to vote the Demoer1'
.ic ticket (any ass can do tlhat ' anal
'boast of it afterwaprdh) ;Iit L'aoto
.soo to it that'that' ticket is worthy
'to be voted for. 'Her~e iiidee'd lies
the manliest duty. X. Y. Z.
["X. Y.i Z." is doubtless somewhat
under a misapprehensigni a.p .to the
mumber of those still rervaining o~ut,
side of the D~ernograstic organization.
Tha~t nitibpr i.s very sniall-'-there
:being uppards of foitrteen hundred
white voters already Vnrolled, b~e
~sides many colored menp.t' i'there
,certainly are soztpe"'outside who
ought'to b~e lnside. Let them en
TXTx-InooK. FOIR T1J H E20 oOL4.
The following is a list of the books
.adopted by .the Satp 1goard of 'Ek
*aminers for use in the public schools
:of this Statte:
Readers-Reynolds' Series,; 4p.p
Geographies--Cornell's First Steps;
,Cornell'sPrimary ; Obrnell'(i Inter.
mediate (Soutliern' edition); kMaury's
Manual1 of Geography; gMuy's Phys
*Historier .- Swnton's Primary
United Stptp; Swiniton's Condpnsed
United Staes ; Holmes'' 06nctensed
United States ; Swidtbn's 'Ojitfiie's
of UJniversalg jtioy,; Dayidson's
Grammnars -~ Quackenbos' Lan..
guage tebssons ; Quackenbos' Eng.,
lish .Grammar ; Quqckenbos' English
Composition ; Quackenbos' Compo
*sitioni and Rhetoric.
Spellers - Swinton's Primary ;
Sivintoin' W ord Book ; Westlake's
00;O9 TesL \ords.
Copy ' ooks--Reynolds' Series ;
*Akithmetics '-:Stjford's Series ;
R1obinson's Serieds; "
'hp gomewhat divergent claims
and Intereats of city and coiuiti'y
schoools'teguired .to ,be -reconoiled
in some instances, and this fact led
the Board to adopt alternate series
.In some cacds, as In the particular.
.instaho~es of Coin'41''n Mattry's'
4Geographies. '.It Is'0 eted 'that
Cornell's will ba generay 11seph
the common cdpntry oob'*hie
'the nidte Advanced' pl ,'h le
city and country schol 'yllere de,.
sirable may have 'blifr studies con-'
True Brtherhoo4 Lodge, No. 844,
Knights of Honoy.
A nPorIta t Lodfo will be held
.this fforAngttTsneu at 9 opcioc.
1i atteudauco i re uest ,, as business of
iluPOrtailco will'boc oee's.'
By order d6 the Dictator :
H. S. CHANDLER,
sept 9-ti Reportar.
UPITO THE MARK.
am now receiving one of the largest
and best selooted stooks of Grocories,
nos and Liquors ever offered in this
market-consisting in part of Su ars,'
Coirien, lacon, Lard, and everyt ing
usually found - in a First-Class Grocer
"WINES AND LIQUORS
are of the ftnest-Kortioky and Vir
ginia' brands. *The grafator part pre
straigtgoods that'is, direct from the
Distillery) whici I warrant pure in overy
respoot., at from $1.60 to $10.00 por gallon.
Give me a call. -
sgpt'1Q It. J. McQARIEY,
E are pleased to announce to the
buyers of Winnsboro and the County,that
we are now receiving one of the largest
Shoes and I)oots,
lats and Caps,
Ever offered in this market.
It shalI be our aim, as 'heretofore, to
soll as low as the lowesp.
In short, we don't iptep4 for any one to
go away from Winnsboro to get cheap
goods. Call and examine our
IMME 5SE STOCK.
BO09T AQTD SHOE 1~aAKERI,
\YJNNSBORO, S. C.
roots and Shoea
7rom Running over,
ad Ripping in the
W. G. ROHE
H.LLS remorea to the itore net ,tnthe
pofit-offleo, awhoro ho will be gld 'to '6.
colve his friends and customers.
A full line9 Idue, whllp ,ksept on
hanid, *fn tv "~L customers mayl'nano
selections. -e'unow has the finest life df
Freh hnd English goods over brought
to thsmarkdte. ' ,
Ho is also prepared to cut or to mak
up'goods for those who desire;
Garments of all kinds repaired and
Thankfultole public for past patron
age, .hd el~f dftiniiance of the
same, and' naran ,4atsfactior1. '
sept 18 ~ W. Gl. ROOHE.
Mount Zion Graded 8chool.
*She .Fall Session of' Mount
.ion Graded Sohbol will begin
dn4o2nd of September, at 9
d'ISk,"a. iii. uhd or' thd 'rhles
month. No new p"pi1l' be received
unless they cane et'r onb'df -the - rades
already eslablished. $ prompt, t.n
dano s dkW~.R. MEANS DAVIS,
aug 24-td - Pinelpal.
N ordor to dispose of what is left of our
Bummor Stook, wo have this day reduced
it to and bolow cost,
Tucic Skirting, wprth $1.0, to 60 ets.
" " - ' 90 Ots. to 55 cs.
85 eta. to 50 etir..
" " 75 Ots. to 45 dts.
S 50 ota, to 33 ets.
Ludies' Ties and Bows, worth 90 ts., to
Lcdics' Ties and Bows, worth 75 ets., to
Ladies' Ties and Bows, worth 60 cts., to
All other goods proportionately reduced.
We are determined to sell, and persons
wanting goods in our line Will "make
mon by calling before purchasing
Tho celebrated PEARL SHIRT, coa
plote,at $1.00. We guarantee it to bd the
bes shirt in the market for anything like
h'pe , and.-challenge comparison *ith
ay o h irt at that price or at -25'por
cent.- mote. :
McMASTER & BRICE.
EOPLE to know that we have a good
Paintor and a good Trimmer, and that
we are thoroughly prepared to do good
is well seasoned, boing from two to three
-will attend to the Horse Shoeing depart
We soll the famous Tredogar Horse and
lMule Shoes, Southern manufacture.
Also, the 1ronzed Horse Shoe Nail, best
in the market.
ll work as represonte, or no chargo.
Prices as 1,ow as any responsible firm
in the county.
DE1fSPOEJTES & MONTS,
sept 5- Whmeelrights and Jiarriers.
-XO I lfOR
T. HIE first l;louse in .town ,to reduce
W. ~ hiskey to ton cents a'dr'nli, Beer
to five cents a glass ahnd Billiards fifteen
cents per game. Hlaving a large an d well
seleutod lot of Pure Liquors oa'hand of
which the following are a few of the
bri .s: - .- e
" ure' old Kontueky Bourbon, Vabinet,
.XXXXC and .1aker nye, Sour Mas Stone
Mountain orn, a speialty, 'Coknae,
plifopiza, Poach and, -Apple Brab dies.
Ohambagno, Sherry' and Port Wines.
.inoinnnti Lager Reer always kept on
Ice, an'd all sorts of fan'by and cool drinks
prepared in the most tasty manner at
april 89-tt J. D. McOARLEY..
3YATERWl8ORCHESTRION obtzss.0RE k
.style and perfect intem
mec ever made. It has
t~eecelebrated onee' r
to ntop wblh a uin
Voice, ana two anues.
- half eOtaves -f bens
Stuned in prfec harm
mosn wi the~ ree-is,
and tbeir eflbet mag.
Ic l and elecetil .
R,0ENENNIAL OlIME,OAPEL, and
see combine PUITY1c VOICING tofth great.
u fsome; suitable for larloror Church,
VATER$ PANO8, n~a
RE TRlE RIES MAD)E Ihe Tone,Touob,
Workmaanship and Durability Unmurpassed.
Ware'sntddfo SIX YEARRa. -A.
PRICES EXTRIEMIELY LQWfor ensb.Momes
thlyntnsaiente receved. Instramente t.e
le until paid for as or centm'act. ~ Liberal
Diseonnt to.fiacher MnseYAurchd Shoelb.
'AEW .Secal in uemente
totetVd.latae ataiogue. Mailed.
Second-baud lnstus'dinEm at GREBAT BAR.
GAIN?, HORACE -WATERS ' dI SONS.
~OR SCHOOL COMSSIONEB.
Mesurn. Ji~uors:-Please anneunce DR.
JOHN1 BIOYD a candidate for the omio,
of School Commissioner, subjeot to the
action of the Demodratie larty at the'
primary election, and oblige -
almt d..1rttf -' MANY WFRInDn.
t '0- -
Messrs. JSliors: 1leaos announco MR.
13. E. ELLWON, JR., as a candidato for
sheriff, suljOe to the action of tho Donio
cratic party at the pri mary election.
july 30-xttf MANY VoTSrs.
Messrs. Eitors :-Please announce W.
J. IIERRON as a candidate for shoriff at
tho ensuing olectioi-subjdot' to th'o
action of the Democratic party at the
jtely 23 MANY FrBIENDR.
The friends of CAPT. J. D. ROGAN
most heartilyendors'o him for th6 6'co
of shoriff at the onsiing leciion-subject
to the action of thohilmocra't'icparty!
june 17-lxtf MANY VoTRAs.
Messrs. iditors :-Please announce }IR.
AARON i.VOWELL as a candidate for
sheriff 'at the ensuing electibix--subject
to the notion of the Democratic party' at
the primary election.
Aug 6xtxtf MANY VoTERS.
jie frionds of CAP'. HIAXNIS Y. Mc
-12EKRIN -espd ctfully An'dtounbo him as
a candidator for sherif'-subject k. the
action of the Demodratic party at the
primary election. juno 18-txtf
.Tho (riends of MR. RIIT4UD }J. Mc
MASTER respectfully present his rime as
a candidate for sheriff at the ensuing olec
tion-subject to the action of the Demo
cratic party in the prianary election.
july 9-xttf '
Messrs. Flilors:-Plonso announce the
name of AIR. JOIN D. McCARLEY for
sheriff, suijacto he action of the Demo
cratic party at the primary Olection. r
McCarfey is thoroughly qualifild for the
office, an4 will 4.ll it acceptibly' to all
july l1-tf . 14ANY FRIENDs.
FOR, TI;E LEGISLATURE.
Messrs. ditors:-Pleaso announce Mi.
J. W. ICOBINS6N ' canaidit " foi a sent
in the next Legislatird 'r. Iobinson
is a gentlcman of uVioubted i'htegi'ty,
honesty and intelligence.
aug 20-tf MANY FRIENDs.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Messrs. Edilors:-Please announce MAJ.
JAMES lIAIGAN as a candidate for a seat
in the iatis oft' Tpreaicntativos from
Fairfield conty, subject to the action of
the Democratic clubs in the dnaiing pri.
aug , 1-.4tf MANY D)EMOCRATR,
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.'
Messrs. Eidilors:-Tho friends of MR,
T. S. '1.U10, appreciating lhis servicds
in the past, r'espeiitfully noininate hin' f'or
a seat- in the 'Ho'use of Ripi'osentatives
from this county-suliject to the action
of the Democratic clubs in the primary
election. aug 13-tf
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Messrs. Eitiors:-The, friends of COL. R.
G. LAMAR,''lia4ing fai~h 'in his ability
and integrity, horoby annouhee him a's a
candidlatb for theo HIiQsO of Representa
tives at the coming electiO~n-subject to
the action of - the Democracy at their
prinarice. - u .-tt
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Ata incoting of the Greenbrier Doe.o
orati'o Qhub, held fJuno B, 1b78, thie foi
lowing r'eslution was adopted:
Resolved, Thai 'we' ro'sont the claims
of DR.'T. B. AfcKTNSJ fqr'a seat in
the '.Legialatureoinm i s 'county, and
reconymond' his q'etion..
Extract from the raiinutes.
jupe ,18-tf - Secretary.
FOR THE LEGISLATUJRE.
Atna meeting of the Oakland ])emocrat
1c Club of township number five, liold oin
the 318th of'Aprili 1878. theo followirig
resolution wais ad opted:
Re'eolced, That this dlub, recognizing
the fitness and rb~llity 'of Uon. HI. A.
Gaillard as a representative, .her.qby
nominate hinm as . a candidate for re
Extract from the minutes:
-A. J. LAMAR,
may 16-txtf -Secretary.
FOR~ THE LISLkTRE.
Messrs. Editors:,-Please announce II. A
GAILLARD asa e'andidat~l'oithe House
of Reproldnertatives, a~ ie coming elec
tion. The course of ?ir. Gaillard .in pub.
lie life has given gonoral satisfaction and
done honor to old Fairfield. In recogni
tion of is services it Ts but proper that
hoeshould..be font to the House at .the
next election. This nomninatin is made
entirely without the knowledge of the
may M-tf MANY FRIENDS.
FOB .SCHOOL OMAISSIONER.
The friends of MR. JTNO. VINSON pre
sent him as a candidate for School Comn
missioner at the ensuing -electiohi-sub'
ject to the action of the Democratic clubs
i the nrimary election.. anu 13tft
Messrs. Idlitors :-Please announce REV.
WIVLkLAtlW RICHARDSON as a oadi
dato f6'r The p'osi.tion of ichool dsminis.:
sionor at' the 'insuig' iectcn.' This'
gentloman has, by' his dflcial course'
during the past two yeard, shown him.
dolf to be a faithful,"zoalous and efficient'
olor; and tho'oducatidnal intorests of tho
county can Iest be advaiioed b y retain-'
ing him ih 'his present position.' MR.
RICI(AD01 is "a' regulari 'enrolled
memiber ofthe Winnsboro Democratio
Clb' and wili, abi- 'the' roshit of thd
'july ll-xttf -MANY DMocnATs.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
The friends of MR. OSMOND R.
TIHOMPSON, appreciating his valuablo
services as Piobato Judge, and having the
highe sconfidondb '6 his integrity and
piculiar 'fitness for the office, bog leave
to bresonth'imto the voteid'of Fairfield
cdunty foi a re-eleotion-subjeot, of..
coure, to a nomination by the D'nocrat
io party, jul30-tf -
F1 ?cuqoL POi41ISSIONER.
Pleaso announce D. H. ROBERTSON
as a caididato ftr Sohool Comini'ssioner
at tho ensuing elootion-subjedt to the
action of the Domocratic party at the
juno 4-txtf ' MANY FRIENDS.
FOR PROBATE JUDQG.
The friends of CAPT. J. R. BOYLE
nominate him for Probate Judge at the
ensuing election--ubject to the resulg
'of 't Domiocratic primary loetion.
4N ORDINANCE To RAISB SUPPLIEs FOR THE
MUNICIPAL YEAR 1878--79. -
BEB IT ENACTED AND) ORDAINED,
by the Intendant and Wardens of
the Town of Winnsboro, S. C), in Coun-'
oil met, that-I
1. For the purpose of raising supplies
for - the year -commonuing' the first of
April, 1878, and ending the first of- April#'
1879, a tax forthe uunkis and in the 'man
ner-noreinafter mentioned shall be- raised
and paid into tho treasury of the said
town ftr the use and service thereof, that
is to say: two and- one half milla ad valo
rein u.pon every diolar of the value of all
the real- and personal properiy within
the corporate limits of the said -Town of
Winnborb; threo dollard to b6 yaid bf
evdl-y male inhabitants of said town, be
tween the ages of eighteen -and forty-fivo
years, in lieu of working upon the streets
of said town; and three per- cent. upon
the anount of all sales at auction. -:
'2.- All taxes assessed -and -payable
under this -Ordinance shall be paid- in
tf'o following kinds of funds and- no
other: Gold and- silver coi, -United
Statei 'Cuirenoy- and ' National Bank
Notes. - . : : -
-, 3.- All taxes assessed heroin shall be due
and pyabe between the 'first 'day of
October, '8, 'and the 'thirtieth day of
Noveniber, 1878,' - lhousite; and all -taxe
remaining due and unpAid - on- thb I first
day of December, 1878, shall be dolleeted
by distress or otherwise,- as now -pro
scribed by law, 'together with - all: legal
costs. : ' - - . '. . :. . -.
- 4. All persons holding property in the
corporate limits of the - said:- Toivn of
Winnsboro, are required between thd
first day of August, 1878, and -the sixa
toonth day of Septemnber. 1878, to' make a
sworn return of said property :fors'-taxa
tion, to the Town Clerk, and 'thie said
Town Clerk is hereby required, - when
property-holders fail or refuse to make
said sworn return, to add'fifty ji'or eena
tum to the return of the prbvious'nmunic
- .---. Done In Conoil this the thir
SL , ty..first d ay of July; A. D.*, 1878;
- funder the Corporate Seal' of 'th'o
--said Town Couneih -- --'
-- JAS. A. BRICE,
Attest: ' - '- Intenantnt.
WYu N. CHANDLER, Clerk..-.-.-...
SnltNG H4S COM
Naar styip Gogq
JUST ARRXAYED, .inoluding, nil tae
novelties of the season, a6'he' Wnnut.
boro Di.y~oods, Fancy- Goods' and.'
MRS. BOAG wishes to return her in
eereithanks to her friends anfd' the ~Ittb
. nerally fo'r the past 'patronage, !soliciL.
tig'a continuane'~of the samae. She will
endeavor as heretofore and Is deterreinea.
to pclase the most fastidious. --* ..
Millinery and Fancy Goods Stock is
complete,' French Pattern' Hats,'timed
and untrimmed,Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Sun Hats and Sailors, Ihibbons, Silks,
Laces, Flowers, Feathers, Illusions, Nook
"fies, Ruffling, L.lnen -and--Lace Set,
'Handkerehiefe, Cor'sets, Gloves, Buttohns,
Second lot of Spring Calicoes, also a nice
- lot of tliress Goods, Idohairs,'Alpcas, *
Japanese Silks,WahP n,
-' andi other nice Washileai In,,'
Trimmings. Call and
see, Ladiles,for your..
'A largie lot of - Men's, .Lad1eand
9hlldren s Shoes, Gents' end oy' F'uV
'and Straw Hat's fiun'oacotrse. . .? ' .
A choice loteo Family Grocries, Can
ies, 'akes,' '. aokerei, Tobacco, Cigars,
Irosenc- Oil, -lidware, '3oidenwar
Tinwa*h, Owckery, &c. -'--a. . -.
A quantity of Luuiber for sale low for
mucah 80 3,.0. BIOAG.
AUEN~ S t~~ant io MAEj
~ast, ad dress FI , HtiARt V .
Atlapta, Georgia, juna1 -
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