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TM URSDAI', $1PT1M1914 J2, 1878.
Masonic Mooting-G. B. Mc
. Make Your Returns-W. N.
Chandler, Clork of Council.
The Bost Sowg Macluno -J. 0.
Crackors-J. F. McMastor & Co.
Tho town treasurer -warns tax
payors timi tho' time for making
returns of taxable property in town
expires on tho 16th inst. After that
day a ponalty of fifty per cent. will
be added to the roturns of last year.
No one can over hope to he of
much uso to himself or his follow
inen, while suffering from the ofYocts
of "scrofila" p'oison in the blood.
Lot all such use Dr. Bull's Blood
Mixture and be permanently cured.
HAMPTON DAy.-Wo hopo there
will be a general suspension of
business on Friday, the day ap
pointed for the Democratic demon -
stration. Everybody is interested
in having a fine turnout and a fino
display. The clubs will all be out
in force, and thoro will be a big
crowd in town." The 'eDomeratic
party and the Stato expect groat
things of Fairfield, and sho should
not fall at all short of her full duty.
TiE CONoEi.-The entortain -
mont for the benefit of Mount Zion
Institute will como olf at the Thes
pian Hall on Friday evenin. The
entertainment vill consist of
charados and music, vocal
and instrumental. We trust there
will be a largo audience. -Tho ob
ject is a worthy ono, and ouir enth o
'coiniunity is interested, and all
interested should be On hand on
Ladd Bros. havo receivod their new
fall stock, and are now prepared to
offer great indticoinents; in all the
various goods in tiir lilo1.'
Mr. B. J. McCarley announces a.
now stock of groceries, wines,
liquors and segars, which he will
soll at lowest cash prices. Read
his advertisomoeit~ And give a call
with cash in hand.
l Mossrs. J. F. McMaster C& o.
advertise a varied assortment of
fresh crackers. Go and see thoem
and.buy some before they get stale.
THE DAvIs SEwING MAoHINE.-\Ve
.invite especial attention to the ad
vertisement of Mr. J. 0. Boag, who
has recently taken the agency of
the Davis Vertical Feed Sewing
Machino. There have already been
sold iii ' this county a number of
these machinos, and in every 'caseo
they have given tho 'most perfect
satisfaction. -It wvould take too
much space to give d, full discrii~
tioni of the machine--.a personal ex
amination isn" tiadsary to a proper
understanding of its merits. Call
on Mr. Boag, and lie will take
pleasure in showniig . the machine,
with its several attachments.
MEETING AT PEA RIDGE.--ThO
Gladden's Grove Club gave a picnic
on Thiursslay last, which was a most
'enjoyable affair. Thl'15e vn'sa laige
turnout of the club, and the ladies
were present iu full force. Speechee
were made by General Bratton,
Capttain Gaillard, Colonel Lamar,
Major Pagan, Mr. B. H. Robertson
and'Mr. Jno. Vinson. -We regret
extremely that neither of the editor's
of THEs Nsws AND HERALD was able
to be present. ' Wo are therefore
unapittop give a full accou-it of the
meeting. ..The Gladdefs Qrove
Club is in fine working trim, agt~
will do fine duty whever' called on.
Tum CoLORED DEMoRATs.-The
colored Democrat's 'of the Little
River section, under the loadership
of' Alexander Hopkins, md~t last
Saturday ait Mr. John S. Douglass'
shop,' for the purpose of oiganizing
a colored Democratic club. Several
whites were present, an~d Mr. W. W.
Ketchin was called' on to address
their meeting beforethey went into
an rg zaio. Ed 3did hoin his
tusuao tesn orsyof, reindingt
comparing tlirn 'vith tho pleasures
and privilogos they enjoy undor thc
present administration, and thoir
.luty to that administration in the
present campaign. Robert Shop
pard, a colored Democrat, spoke,
ind, among other things, said there
should bo but two parties-Dmoc
racy for the bddy, and rbligion for
bhie soul. 'Th,' whito pooplo of the
South had stuck to the colored peo
plo over since tho xvar, and it was
imo for his race to begin to know
ihoir friends, those friends upon
vhom they woro dependent for a
iving. He iso warned thoin against
mrpet-baggors and scallawags.
Alexander Hopkins called for vol,
Lintoers to Join him in assisting the
yhito yoop 6to maintain an 'honest
ovornment in this commonwealth,
mnd romindedj them that Ddmocra
'y was the only honest government
In the South. He said to them,
"Now is the timo for you to do a
ood thing-the gates are open and
you had better clome in before they
nrc forever shut to you." A few
respoildod, and secnmed proud of tho
:pportunity. Tho club numbers4
twenty membors, with a prospect
:f more. An organization wns
flocted with the follo wing office's
Presidopt- Alexanjor Hopkins.
'Vico'l-rsident-Goo. T. Jackson.
The meeting then adjourned, to
moot on tlie last Saturday in Sep
Septembor 9, 1878.
THE OA ICL AN1) CL UB.
ilfessrs. Elditors :-We are obliged
to writo you the good news. The
Oakland Democratic Club had a
meeting on the 7th inst. in which
thoro was the deepest interest
Wo had thirteen accessions-nin<
colored and four whitcs. We havc
now seventeen colored mon in omr
club. The club now numbers one
hlmdred and one members. The
colored men assurb u that we wil:
got a good many more. thini
nearly every white man went 'away
from the club With the detcrmina.
tion to got a colored man to join th<
Club at ot; next meeting. We wil
send a good repor.t of ourselves tc
Governor Hampton on Ohe Gth of
Cotto is opening rapidly, in faci
it is nearly all open.
Negroes are all going to cami
We have it from good authority
that the Radicals are going to rum
independent white men as theim
candidates. Where wvill they fini
nWoCY MoUNT ITEMS.
"Gunter" Discusses the Meeting a
Bothesda, Recalls Past Days anc
Gives Some Good Adivice to the Ris
The picnic at Bethesda churcla
was a inost decided success'. 'Th<
good matrons aMd swoet maidens o!
Gladden's Grove and Rocky Mouni
supurvised the culinary depar'tmont,
Thiisis At all times a sufficient guar.
antoo of something nice and good ir
the way of edibles. Ere many yeari
pass away these lovely maidens wvill
be the mothers of the country, ani
the old mofthors bd' still in death
May they act wvell their part 'in life
General Bratton was in the midst
of his speech wvhen we arrived. HiE
'subject wa~s a history of some of th<
leading political events since th<
formation of our government dowr:
to the present time. Truly a fruit
ful theme, but tile fiold is too exten
sive to be occupied by a brief speechl
The General's speech was a success,
His styl'e is e asy, elegant, polished.
Some of the ladies mnanifestod thmei
lippi'eciation of tile Georai's effort
bythe presentation of a magnificent
bouquet. Thle General's remarkE
wvdre addrossod to "fellow-cit~izens,"'
but the most- casual observer could
seO thlat ho was looking at the ladies.
Theo venor'able Major Pagarngas next
introduced. With his fl'owing ioeks
imd wvhite board ho looked the true
patriarch. The Major' said ho wvas
not accustomeb to public spoaking,
but wh'en ediled on thought -t bla
d1uty to respond. The views of
Niajor Pagau~ on matters of ,public
policy are souird tind practical.' Ho
would bo a safo and reliable repro
Col R. G. Lamar was next intro
(reed. Is not in tlie habit of public
speaking. Discussed at some length
the current political topics. Col.
L. is a fluent and forcible speakor.
After an intomission of about. one
hour for dinner and a "chat" with
the ladies, Mr. H. A. Gaillard was
introduced, and discussed at some
length taxation, fence law, phos
phatos and Radicalism. Mr. G.
is an able, eloquent and Polished
speaker. At the conclusion of his
speech three rousing checors were
given for the "rising young lawyer
Messrs. Robertson and Vinson,
candidates for school commissioner,
were ros'pectively introduced, and
gave their views on tho educational
interest of the county.' We doubt
not that both of them think they
ought to be elected. Sorry we cant
vote for everybody.
During the progress of this met
ing our mind reverted to other days
whcn there were giants in the land,
such mon as Means, Palmer Alston,
Buchanan, Boyco and a host of oth,
ors. They are gone and wo shall
soo thom no moro. May their ashes
rest in poac. Wo hopo our young
men will' prove themselvcs worthy
sons of these noble 'siros. 'Young
men, do not seek any offico that
you cannot fill with honor to your
selves and usefulness to your country.
Prepare yourselves- for every duty,
and then stand forth as the chain
pions of the liberties of your coun
FOR TlE LEGISLATURE.
Messrs. Editors:-Plcaso an nounce
CAPT. R. C. CLOWNEY a candidate for
the llouse of Rcprerentatives at tho en
siing Primary Election.
sept 12 tf. MANY FaENDS.
Winnsboro Lotige, No. I, A. F. M.
r pmE regular monthly conmnunicatioii
.- of (his Lodge will be held ths eving
at 8 o'cloc.
G. B. McCANTS,
sept 12-1t er ay
MAKE YOUR RETURNS
- iME ti n o for malking returns of ial
. a nd] porsonal property will xplire on
the 16thr-instla. After t)iat daite fifty pe(r
cent. wilt be added..to'tie returns of last
year. . . . .-...e .
WM. N. CHANDLE, I.
sept 12-It Clerk of Council.
Fresh Crackers ! Fresh Crackers !
1 hbl. Ginger .Snaps,
1' "]PearI Oyster,
1 "' Nic.k Nack,
1 "' Plain Soda,
1 "' Cornhill, -
1 "' Juttor.
sept 12 J. F. ?McMASTER & Co.
UP1 TO TilE MIflK.
1-am nlow vecoi'ng 01ne of the largest
and best selected stocks of Grocerion,
Wines and Liquors over offered in this9
market--ce nsisting in part of Sugars,
Coffees, Racon, Lard, andt everything
usually found in a -First-Class Grocery
WINES AND LIQUORS
are of the fluost-Kentucky and Vir
ginia brand1s. - The greater~) part are
straight goodis (that is, direet fr~om the
Distillery) which I warrnnt, pure in every
reslpoet., at from $1.50 to $10.00f por gallon.
Give me a call.
sept 10 Rt. J. McCARLEY,
I3OOT ANDI S~I I 1 MAKER3,
wINN8IMoRO,'No 5 .
Boots and Shoes
P'rom Running over,
Wearing off[onthe 8lie
ad eipping In the
.. OR .the noxt twenty days may bo haid
.Lat the forrnor store of 8o1. .Wolfo. The
b~au tiful steak of .
-. .Dry Goods
* '. and
will be sold regardless of oost, as money
must be raiset .
* jly 80 8. 8. WOL~flm
Messr's. filors :Pleaso announco MR.
It. E. ELLiSON, JR., am a candidato foi
shoriff, subject to the abtionof the Demo.
cratic party at the primary election.
july 30.xttf MANY VOTERS.
kessrs. Jaitors :-Pleaso announce W.
J. IHERRON as a candidato for sheriff at
the ensuing election--subject to the
action of tho Democratic - party at the
july 23 MANY FRIENDS.
Tho friends of CAPT. J. 1). HOGAN
most, heartily endorso him for the office
of sheriff' at the ensuing election-subject
to the action of the Democratic party.
june 17-lxtf MANY VOTERS.
Messrs. Ilitors:-Please announce Mi1.
AARON 1. VOWELL as a candidate for
sheriff at the ensuing election--subject
to the actioh of the Democratic party at
the primary election.
aug 6xtxtf MANY VOTEns.
The friends of CAPT. HAYNE Y. Mc
MEEKIN respectfully announce him as
a.candidato for sheriff-subject to the
action of tho Democratic party at the
primary election. junc 18-txtf
h'lie' fricnds of MR. RIIWfARD N. Mc.
MASJERi spectfully preseni his nameat
a eandidato for sheriff at the enuing clec.
tion--subject to theaction of the Dcmo
cratic party in the primilary election.
Messrs. Eliors:---PleasA announce th<
name of MR. JOIN D. McCARLEY 0i1
sheriff, subject to the action of the )1mo.
eratic party at the primary election. Mr
McCarley is thoroughly qualified for th<
office, and will fill it acceptably to-al
july -11-tf MANY FRIENDs.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
,M.,srs. Ediors:--Pleaso announce MR.
J. W. R1OB1INSON a' candidate for a seal
in the next Legislatatre Mr. Robinson
is a gentleman of undoubted integrity
honesty nd intoIligence.
aug 20-if MANY FRIENDS.
FOR TIE LEGISLATURE.
Messes. 7Mlors:-Please announce MA J
JAumE PAGAN as a candidato for a sea
in the House of Representatives fron
.aifiretid county, subject to the action o
the Domocratio cltfbs in the ensuing pri
aug 12-xlt-f MANY DEMOORATs,
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Messrs. .Edlors;-The friends of MR
T. 8. BRIICE, appreciating his service:
in the past, VespectfuUy nominate him foi
a seat; in- the- Houiso of Representativoi
fromi this county-subject to the actior
3f the Democratic clubs in the primar2
FOR THE~ LEGISLAT1URE.
M~essrs-. 1ilitors:-The friends of COL. R
0. LAMAR, having faith in his abilit'
and Integrity, hereby announce him as
candidato'for the Ilousd of. Representa
tives at the coing 'eleetion-subject t<
the gotion of thle Democracy at thol:
primaries. - aug 3-xttf -
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Atas niceting of the Greenbrior Denmo
en-tic C'lub, -b old' Juno-8, 1878, 'the 'fol
lowing resolution was adopted:t.
Re'solved, That we present the claimi
of DR. T. 13. McRINSTRY for a Aoat, ir
irlho Legislature from this county, ani
recommnend his election.
Extract from theo'misiutes.
83. Rt. RUTLAND,
juno 18-tf . --.. Secretary.
IbOR tiHE~ LEGISLjATURE.
At a meeting of the Oakland Democrat.
ie Club of township nun'sbor frvo, hold or
the 28th of AprIl, 1878, the followint
resolution was adopted:- --
Resolved, That this Club, recogniziny
thn fitness and ability of H-on. H. AK
Gaillard as -a representative, heoreby
nominate him as a candidate for re.
election. . . -
10xtract from the minutes:
A. J. LAMAR,
may 10-txtf Seoreotary.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Mefs8)rs. Editor:-Plense announce HI. A
GAILLARD as a candidate for the Housi
of Rtopresentastivosr at the coming clee
tion. Theocourso of Mr. Gaillard in pub.
lie life h~as given general satisfaction and
doneoI'orior to old Tai'rflold. ''In' recogni.
tien of his servicce it is but proper that
ho-should be Rent 1o the House at the
next election. This nomination is made
entirely without th'o knowledge of the
may 16--f 1MANY FRIENDS.
FOR SCHOOL CONI85iONER.
The friends of MR. JNO. VINSON pre
aent him as a candidate for School Com
missioner at the ensuing election--sub
ject to the notion of the Demioortttio'clubs
i the primary electIon. aug 13-t.
Messis. .lilors:-Please announoo REv.
WILLARD RICHARDSON fAs a eithdh
date for the position.of School Cowmis,.
sioner . at the ensuing i elootion'-, This.
gentleman has, by . his -dfiolial- course.
during the past two years,. Shown him..
self to be a faithful, zealous and efficient.
offle-r; and the educational interests of thO
coanty can best be advauood' by 'rotainv,
ir g him in his present .positio'U. .M"..
IICHARDSON is, .a regularly. enrolled
member. of the Winnsboro. Democratia
Club, and will abide the result. of tho
primary election. . .. :. . .
july 11--xttf MANY DastocnATS.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
Please announce B_ H. ROBERTSON
as a candidato for School Coniniissionev
at the ensuing 'election-subject to. the
action of the. Democratic party at the
primary election : , - - - . ; )
june 4-f xtf MANY FRIENDS.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONEil
Xessrs. Pllitors ;-Plcasc announce DR.
JOHN BOYD a candidate for- the office
of School Commissioner, subjeot to the
action of the Democratic party- at the
primary- election, and obligo . .. .
sept 6-xttf . . MANY FRIENDS.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
The friends of CAPT. 3'. 1. DOYLES
nominato him for Probate Judgo.at- the
ensuing election-i-subject to the resulb
of the Democratic primary olcotion.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
The friends of MR. OSMOND R,
TIOMPSON, appreciating his valuable
. ervices is -Probato Judge, and having the
highest confiddnee in' his intbgrity and
peculiar fitness for the office, beg leavo
to presenthim to the voters .of. Firfield
county for a - re-olection-subjeot;. of
course, to a nomination by the Deniocrat+
ic party, -july S0-tf .
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