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MALTU1t)A r, 1'PT]MIE'I 21, 1878.
Presbytorian Churc--Rev. H-.
B. Pratt, 11 A. r., and 8 1,. m. Sun
dIay School 9 A. r. Praer Moeeting
Wednesday, 8 1,. fr.
Methodist Church-Rev. W. A.
Rogors, 11 o'clock A. m., aid 8
i>. mr. Sunday School at 10 o'clock.
VBrayer Mecting, Thursday at 8 P. M.
Now Storo-John L. Mimnaugh.
Tho nights are cold, and influenza
6talks in the air.
Tho "epidemic" has subsided in
Messrs. John T. Sloan and W. A.
(lark, of Cohimbia, passed through
Winnsboro Wednesday on their ro
turn from a sunimer trip to Europe.
The people of 'Blythewood are.
anxious to organio a graded school.
We hope thoir efforts will be
provyned Aitl4 puccess.
Health, Beauty and strong, pure,
rich blood will be secured to all who
use that most reliable alterativo andI
blood purifier, Dr. Bull's Blood
RELIGIOUS SERVICES.-Wo arc re
quested to givo notice that Bishop
Howe will preach in the Episcopal
church of this place to-morrow at
11 o'clock in the morning and half
past 4 in the evening.
Tu AuvusA SToRE.--Mr. John
L. Mimnaugh has an idver'tisement
this morning worthy of porusal by
all who want the best and cheapest
goods. His promises are flattering,
but he professe4 his ability to por
form them all to the full extent.
Give him a call.
We have been shown a lot of fine
geranium plants, contributoed by a
lady of the tovn, to be rafled for
the bonefit of the yellow fCver suf
frerrs. Quite a list of chances have
been gotton up att 25 cents a chance,
.and many more aro solicited. The
raffle will take place at he .Store of
Mossrs. J. F. MeMaster & Co. this
afternoon at 0 o'clock. Help the
There was a grand Democratic
rally and barbocuo at; Wooten's
Spring on Tuesday. Several hun
dred persons were p)resent, and
speeches weore made by the can dis.
dates and others. The sheriffs
wvere made to speak and aeguitted
themselves quite hamndsomelyr. It
~is a mat,tor of great 'rdgret thut
.?he editors of THEs NEws AND HERALD
were provent~ed from being presentL
and giving a full report of the pro,
ARoUND TOWVN.--RCo omber the
.r'afllo this evening at 6 o'clock.
A considerable quantity of cotton
,was sold1 in town yestorday.
Mr. J. 0. Boag had at valuiable
;horse to die on Thursdlay night.
Dogs are nowy allowed to go about
~without boing muzzled.
Our merchants are filling up thieir
stores withi new goods for the fall
trade. Each and every one. is
*off'ering great .bar'gains.
ACOEPTANCE.--The following letto}'
from R1ev. W. M. Grier, D.D., ac
copting tho appointment of orator
at the next innuial meeting of the
.Survivors' Association of .the .0th
Reogiment, S. C.YV., has been re
,coived by Major J. L.' Cokor, c'hair..
rman of the oxocutivo committee of
'the association, and fIgrnished us
for publication by Captain W. T. D.
DuE WEST, S. C., Aug. 81, 1878.
Majr J .TJ. Colker,;
Mv DEAR Si--Your favor of the
27th instant, informing me of my
appoin tmont as:'"anniversary orator"
'for the 6th S. C. V. at its noxt
annual meebihg, is just received. I
accept with leasuro 'the honor
conferred, and t1lipgh I may not
have much to siy, still I shall
esteem .it an unspeakablp gratifica
tion to'mingle again with those, to
whom JEfeel bound by so many
scored ties. Accept for yourself my
'best wislfos, haid b6 assured of my
* Sincerely and truly,
- W. M. GRnER.
Pay your subscription to Tmr
Qolumbia Business Cards.
ADQ UATitItS for cheapest. (;ro
eries and flardware in (oluimbiat
to U fouind at the old reliabl hIouise of
LOllItiK & LOWRtANCE.
IX's, Portraits, Ph1otographa,t
Oscopes, A. All olil pictulrs
copied. Art Giallery Building, 12.1.1, lain
Street,, Columbia, S. (. -Vsitors are
cordially invited to call a1%1 examino.
l HARLES ELIAS,fiimerly of Cimden,
114 mI)Vod to Colum3bia31, anl I openett,
a large stocic, of Dry Goods aid Not ions,
Bcots, Shoes, Trunis and( Valises. Satis
-l the Wheeler floutse. Portraits,
Photographs, Ambrotypes and Ferrotypes
Iin ishd in the latest stylo of the art
Old plefau rs copied a.1 enlarged to any
Rize. W. A. RI00LING, Proprietor.
DjIIElCK(S & D)AVIS, iinoxters and
D deatlers inl Wato aben, ('10( ks,Je3 t!% y, 1
Silver and 'latetl Ware, I louse Firrisi
ing Goods, &c. N. B. -Wiatches and jew
elry repaired. ('oluubia, S. C. oct 27-y
HAIS ! ILAMS !
lot best uncainvwssed Thms, at,
11. J. MeCAIILEy'S.
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES.
A L, aspirants for inomination at tho
...IlmnIs of the )eior111tio party of
Fairl (iel. ill thie lapproaching priiryl''
eletit1m atr requit ired to han3d in forth -
with to th 1l e Seretary of the Couinty -xe
cutiv e (omramittet the pledge reqiiied by
the rules of the prvly.
TI'he rglllltion3 On this point is as fol
''No votes shall be counlited for any
candidate us lhe 'h shll first hav'e
pledged himself in writinp,, or in a card
ltilisLel ;in at count1y n1eWspurper, to
a3bide fy :6-llport Ithe 3omilationIs 0f
hie DeMocrat ic p artyv an(d not to nweept
either a toln iial ion or an3 oflice from anly
sourc othlerl than Ohe regulal v CoIstit l
ted D]eiocratic organizat ion."
sept 16- Couity Chairman.
UP TO TA E iti.
AM now 1eceivin3 011 of the largesf
Land best selected stocks of Grovevrjt,
Min a id Liuiors ever olffered in this
1111 rket--colsist inlg ill irt. of' 8gars.
Cofl es, Rtconl, Itrd, a1n1 everythi
isulally foun3d in a F'irst-Class 3rocer"
WINES AND LIQUORS
are of tile finest--Kentuck v nd Vir
ginia br andt it is. The grv:te p1art are
siraillt goods (that is, direct Iroth the
Distillery) Which I warrant purom IIveN~ry
respeet, at from $1.50 to 10. t0 per gaillon.
lve mIl (t call.
s11t I0 it. J. MeCARLEY,
E are pleased to annot.neo to the
buvers of Winnshoro and the County,that
wre aire ntow rcetiving 0110 of the largest
Sho0es Iad Boote
IfIats and1( Caps,
Yan kee Not ions5,
Ever of'ered in this market.
It shatll .bo our1 [aiml, as hecretofore, to
soll as low as the0 lowest.
In short, we doni't initend for any3 011e to
go away from .Winnsboro to get cheap
goods. Call and exami3no oulr
(1TInventors aind Manufaeturers.
Gilmc e, Smith & Co.
SoOCIORS OF 1 ATENTS AND
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
American and foreign Patents.
629 1F St., Washington,, D. 0.
o fees in advance, nor until a P'atonlt is
all wed. Nfees for makingprelrminary
Spocial attention given to Interfere co
Cases bofore the Patent Ofilco, Infringe
ments Suits in the dlifferent States, and
all litigation appertaining~ to Patonts or
RqendZ .Slamp for P1amp~de of sakly pages
P IAN 0 "I .ii '"'k1 ''i AN
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Pill 4l or. rI i % . Ai h s1rel.. g I i N I I ,ra t
N( I wsIIor w II I I f1ral IIai1I I)IIuIIII s.
of Pilanos ai Organs sehi, re, 'lease III
tiIs A NI -L Pe . I \'IF .'rY, wa sh Illgn , N. .
311 CirtI- . i \<lr's e ad S -i 'I's J. BROWN & SON,
1.: , W : S . 3S , Plit t sbtrg, Pennsln a
A i-I'NT W.N il'l itas Wa v ii liii ionilas
lort , .\ s awal
uNsch V InPiCtorial Bibles.
A'I(Ir.s- fr . I ire li . A. .1. H l.'AN \ co
100 Arc liret, P Il'ai plii lennsyIva i "
S si I '.\l li I , I I' i . 11 .\ lay -
(n'lr itie .pal ro e of i r. ii. rsli-ai ,vIelu
For prieI.C 4 lasuli a c pllis h ress 'it lE .'i l
Eii st 'i ltl ," Ur.ulile Conivent, Vall owi ls.
''ll Thonlycolnh,1inatilo of
!thll t e J-ttnaien (;inger
s ANF 0It DSI wIt helloice A ruinllevs nil
icholerat .MorbuIls. Cralaips
Dy Une .1yspe'psi,1lat
illviey, want of--Tolie wlli
Aciviyi h tmr
Li till (Ic -i ; ""t hi"ld, "IIa ii
~u-ifs' I 1a~j~'v, It iVIIi i l it jell, "11 ,11-11S
;11141 HowelS, 14i avoell ainl
a he .1la ng.. I'S ofI,*t 'tlha ingii l'
, tIer, Foodl '11d Ulllmatv.
Go to G !\,itk for' s U"Xo th lt
Sr at i (ti~t t'* aN iis J.aeA G iNeit.
P.\'a ON'S l''0 \Tl VM, I PLL I II uI rlih
loor, ' t will vae.npletly 1an. i Wolf inl
1 i h a, (llir svstet f 2 it lli . re illhs. . t\n perl
Sol who will h ake onil l 11 n-h 111-11i from
one1 1!1 1 wielv. 1\et kg, mluy bw restilreel 6) sonlini
hetaith, if sitchl .1 bhae pow;sIble. F-1,11 by
Jl.ll l hi 141114-1. lmps. 1. S. JBEAT 8' N
( I '0..i Ihor l.\ium tl5 IIaal s IIa'
FROM NEWV YORK
/N elegarnt lot of Spring" Prints. Canli.
btivs, White Piquoe, Figur,-d Pigniln,
irong C ,tloth, l'ottonad es, Lais, tld
Genills' ilosiery, thandkerchiefs, Towels,
&-., and1 ar e rd alt 1he. lowes csh
prics. -J. M. ?fo rEATY.
ITh clbratd "Ily StIatIv" stalnard
sc.w1 and11114 wi re -vew(A shoes'la spectialt y
atr. M. UFATYs. Try the, and yot
will Ne convinced of their durability.
Oro to J. -\M. 111A V.' S for the best
Family Flou, l, Grist, uice, Hams
(lbraltdl "-Challenge1,") Litrd. Uncon,
Sngarup doti , very low -pric-a,
Crackers. CanSly, Soach, Ba Bluing
dCon. LvO , Mustard, ld achBre , To
mTace C.harin s, salmend P ppvr,
Shoe, Axlereesem Whit Wn ande
t*ng Ne t forwea Fmlur.met
v fil FNew Olean
J~lrl. M-. ? kiTY'S ad
BI AllEgoTs deliverd withi
D T IL.NT LJ.NIKE
Tra Cains 0 1I,
Hlorse ANDl CATTEs a POWNil, utler
&c.iCouer ad Tioynw aea.
i. 1,. EJA.ISON, .fit., as a canidat f .
sheli sui bect to t1ie actiou1 of tIle I)emo-.
eratio pa it y at the priniarii y (let4ioin
lkssrg. l4Ilrs% :-Plcaso annoliunce W
J. IIEi.RON as a calnldidlte for sheriff at
the elitinii election---silbject to th
iction of the Democratio party at tho
july 23 MANY FUn:Nns4.
FOl 81 HE '.
The friends of (APT'. J. 1). HOGAN
1m1st1. heartily endo(ro him for the oflico
of sheri at, the onsifng lectioi --subject,
to the action of the Deinoorat ie party.
june 17-i f MxYo'.os.
FOR SHERI FF.
3kssA. 1o P Iannoune MR.
a candidato or isit -1 di)je for
shecrill' at Clhe einuing electiou---%ubject.
act ion of he 'Democrati" party at
th primary election.
a ug (;xtixti MATxY VO'r E4.
FOR SHE RIFF.
The friends of MAPT. HAYNE Y. Mc
\ll'EKIN respectfully annoice him as
a candidate for shrif--u f the te
action of Ito Democratio paty t the
prmliar," lectiol. june 18-tixt f
TVe of M i JItN IN. ItiARDE N. c
MIASTER r-spectful. ly present his name as
at can d idate for sheriff a0 the(, enisui'ng elec
sion--ilsbject to theaction of the eino
cratie party in the pritnary election.
3essrs. .19lors:--Please announce the
naImeof 3MR. JO(IN aD. cAliLE for
She sO he act ion of the DC
eratic party at the primnary election. ' Mr.
Mo6arley is thoroughly quatlifiedtt for Clho
office, and will fill it necepltably to all
uly I11-tf MANY FitTENus.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
31kss.r. 1litors :--P- 1ase f-,o announce
.APT. R.. C. CLOWNEY a candidate for
It he .s of Ucpresentatives ait the enl
suing Primary Election.
sepi 12 tf. MI IANY FaFtIEUNus) .
FOR TILE, LEGISLA.TURE.
J. W. EO INSON a candidate for a seat
in the lext Logislat-AroeMr. VOson
is nitlanti of indoubted ithninegrity,
honetly end itolligue.
aug U !-"f - MANY Im:RAtEs
FOR THlE LEGISLATURE.
Mlessrs. hsiIos:-Pleao anniiiounc MR.
Jiii the AGAN asl at~ll canidllatO for1 afora
int l)uso Rereetaties tfrvom
frildi contysbject to the ac~tiono
fto Deocrtic clubs in th ensuing pri
elechn _____ augon.I
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Mekssrs. iMllors;---The friends ofO. MR.
TI. L.MR, apprecfithin his sericets
aintegat, oebcfly nminao him for
allseat f the bse of Representa.
t-froma the coing-eljecto- -hbjaction
the'alioneoratic lub Jincthe prtinary
'riecrion.' aug 3--tf
F3OR TH~E LIEGISLATURIE.
(.AAR havting fith inbhis Deilit
and intg rion h wrah anoptned iia
candLidatlfor th House'hi o ernta
ivcoititie comin election-sbec t
the tfonl thle Diileorayatthi
primartes. Y'aug 3x)t
FOR TIHE LEGISLAATURE.
At a meeting of the Greeanbr Demo.t
ralie C2ub, ofAl, 187o8, th78 fholoin
* 1scoh'ed, Th'lat 'wo' relmn, tecgnims
ofilaD. as a. McTNSRYfratl onrein
*Eitiact~ from the milnutes,
8. . ULAND,
juny 18-txf . Secretary.
GAA eting aoafnid o the Oalnheourae
othepr28thfApil, 1878 th onllowin
liesoli as ivndgnealpt ifatin:n
tieso ofhi Thaict tIs bu, ropergnizin
Gaisllard besent a tepesetaios aheb
neelection. .. hi.s n .iato Is. d
-Etracytou the minoe geo h
getlma -Aa J.LAMAR
may 16-txf 'AN 'Soaetary.
FOR 9o0.O9 COMUSMQNn.
'Tit fri :1%s of R.JNO. VINSON pro
wa'ft lits as at c'anid~ate' foi- Sehdol C~ddru
soaiss~i or at the' enisuinig election---ub
j--et to tit 110 io off lie Democratio clubs
itt ihe pri: iry election, aug 13-tf
FOR SCH OOL~ COMM~ISSXONER.
Please announce 11. H. ROBERTSON
at a candidtof for School Cofinaissionor
at the ensuling election--subjoo' 'to tho
action of tlo -Donoeratic party at the'
jnn -1-I xtf ' MANY FnIENDs.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
3/c(rs. 1Iilors:~--Please announce DR.
JOlN 10YD a cndiditt fdr tho oflico
of' Sehool Cominissioner, subject to tho'
action of tho Democratic liarty at thd
primalry elction, and ollige
Sept 0-x tf MANY FRIENDS.
FOR P1QUATE JUDUE.
The friends of CAPT. J. R. BOYLES
nominate him for Probato JTdge fit thtd
ensuing elcction--subject t'o the result'
of the Demnocratic primary 'cloction.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
Tile friends of MR. OSMOND R.
TlfMOPR[ISON, appreciating his viluablo
services ats Probate Judge, and having tho
highest confideneo in his ~integrity and
peculiar fitness for he office, beg leave
to present lin to the voters of Fairiflod
county for a re-election---subject, of
course, to ai nomination by the Democrat
iv party. * ' uly 30-tf
THE NEWS AND HERALD.
IN the campaign that is now opening
Ti Nnws AND llER-1ALD proposes to koej
its realers fully l'osted as to events oc'
cirriig in National, State and County
politics. It has heretoforo labored earn,
ostly in the eais of' good government:
Iand it Hefforts in fitturowill be redoubled.
In order to accomplish the greatest good,
it desires to reach every citizen of Fairflold
County. To attain this end the follow..
ing special rates are offered for the cam.
Tri-weekly, to the 15th November, $1.50.
Weekly, to the 15th Novemnber, . - 1.00.
.rVKt Otsh, fit crery case, mutt eecomipany
Card! nominating candidates will be
inscrteil at the following rates, i advance!
For each candidate, lInch, one in
sertion, - - .. $1.00.
For the campaign, in Weckly and -
Tri-weekly, - - - 5.00
l'ledges of candidatos at the same latos
Is the albovI.
IProceedings of 01lubs or commnunion
iOns, w hen they contain niominations;
como' untler the rules for advertising
-Huf. the paper wvill bet openf for' the legit
ijounds, of the merits of' all thoso - canidie
dtetts whotso names are alpearing -in Its
adtlvertismg colu mins. Equal privileges
will be accorded to- all true Demnoorats..
Wo ask that subscriptions and nomi.
Itation s be handed in'at oflco. -..
.p All business communications
should be addressed to the . . .: -.
WINNSBORIO PUBLISHING Co.
AN OnRDNaNcE 'TO 1I t81.. SUPP~ifEs FOnl TH1l
MONICIPAL YEARI 1878-.79,. -
'TE IT ENACTNDI AND 'ORDAINED,
1)by tihe Intendant' and -Wardens df
the T1own or Winnsboro, S. C., in Ooun
cil mtot, -thatd
1 . For tini puripotio of raising supplies
for the year comma~eing the first ' of
A pril, 1878, and ending tho first of April'
I1f79, a tax for the sumnns atnd in the .man-.
ner hereinaf'ter mentioned shall be raised
anti paid into the treasury of -te said
town for the uRO and1 servico thereof, thait
is to say': two( and( one half milla ad valo
rv'm uponu every (lollar of tihe vAlue' bf alt
thme real and1( personal lproplerty within
the corporate limits of the said Town of
Winnsboro; thirootdollars.to.: be paid by
ov'ery imatlo inuhabitants' of sai'd town; be
tweon the ,ages of eighteen and forty..five
years, in lieu of workung upon the streets
of said town; and three per ent. upon
the amount-of' all sales at auction.. :
2. All -taxes - assessed and '. payable
under this Ordinaneo 'shall be palid In
the following kinds of funds .nnd no
ot-hor: Gold and silver oola, 'United
States -Curroney' antd 'Nfational. Bank
3. All taxes assessed heroin shall be duo
and payablo bet~veen the first day of
October, 1878, and the thirtieth day- of
November, 1878, inclusive; and all taxes
remaining ducoand unpaid on the first
day of D~eembor, 1878, shall be colledted
by distress or otherise, as now -pre.
seribod by law, together with all l.egal
costs. - . ,
4. All persons holding property in the
corporate limits of the said- Tocwn of
Winnsboro, are required -betweena th6
first day of August, 1878, andr'tho sir,
toonth day of September, 1078, to make a
sworn return of said proport.? for' taxa~
tion, to the Town Olork, and'S the--said
Town Clerk Is hereby required, when
prporty'-holdnrs 'fail or 'refuse to make
sa1d sworn' roturn. to add fifty per eon'.
tumn to thoe-return of the previous munic
' -.. Done in Conncil this the thir.
y. .ty-first day of July, A. D., 1878,
-f under the Corporate 8eal of the
-7- said Trown C'ouncil.
JA*4. A. BILIOE,
WM N. CHANDLE lork . . ..
500 Iozen Coats' Cotton for slog
60 cents per dozen, cash, .. l
july 27 MJ. F. McMAWTER &.it,