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WINNSBORO. S. C.
HATURDAY, OCTODER 20, 1878.
ft. 'IrlANly DAil, EDITolt.
JNO. S. 1.EYNOLDS, ASsOcIATF EIToR.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
For Lieutenant Governor
W. D. SIMPSON.
For Secretary of tate:
I. M. SIMS.
For Comptroller Generl:
For Attorney General:
LEROY F. YOUMANS.
For State Treasurer.:
S. L. LEAPHART.
For Superintendent of Education ;
HUGH S. THOMPSON.
For Acjutant 4, inspector General.:
E. WNN. MOISE.
For Congress-Fourth District
JOHN H. EVINS.
DiMOC1tATIC COUNTY TICKET.
11. A. GAILLAID,
TIIOS. S. BRICE,
R. C. CLOIWNEY.
For Judge of Probale:
J. R. BOYLES.
,For School Commissioner:
Tim, LANCASTFR Radicals have with
drawn from the canvass. The Radi
calsi never lead a forlorn hope. Their
only ilmlpellilng motive is a thirst for
the loaves and fishes, and Lancaster is
a bad place to get them.
Tir SPitmwNGFIEL) (Mass.) lepmbli
can thinks it very strange that. the
Democrats of Sumter should bulldoze
the blacks of county in order to make
them vote )or a black man who is on
the Democratic ticket. The Republi
can evidently takes little stock in Sam
Lee's outrage mill.
TiE FAIRFIELm, Hadicals haye as vet
made no public nominations. Their
failure to trot out a ticket has bein
entirely due to tihe unanlimily of tIe
Democrats. Let us continue to be onm
the alert. A ticket w~ill be sprung at
the last momenit, if the lTadicals see
the ghost of' a chance.
A Southern Route to the Pacific.
FCor several vear's persistent effort s
have been miade to secure goverinenmt
aid for a southern route to tihe Pacific
by way of Texas, New Alexico andm(
Arizona. But so many milflionis,
during the hoey-dlay of' .1adicalism,
were expendled up~oni the Union anid
Central Pacitie r'oads anid on thme
Northern Pacilc le tht earnest lpoests
have been mamde by thme p)eople aigainist
any further subsidies, that Coingress
men have found it convenient at, this
late day to become very stingy-. A
southern route is the natural cont i
nenital highway thr' the lower parallel
along which It runs and is comparaitive
ly free from the ice anid sniows which
bury whole trains for days ou the
Central Pacinic durinig thme winter sea
son. The conmplet ion of this route is
also demanded as a matter of,justice to
this section of thie Union, which has so
p)ersistently been cut out of any par'
t.iciplatioin in thle gover'mental sub)sidlies.
IIostility to the SouthI, indeed, is time
mot01ive of' opplosition in mny (juuarters
of the Northi. Notwithstanmdinmg thle
great obstacles to bie overcomie the
comle)ltion of' this r'oad( would be
securedl munch more easily but for a
vecry emubarrassiung ci rcumstanice-thme
deadly hostility of' two rival corp)oram
tious that are compietinig for the
pr'ivilege, aind who respectively charge
each other with fraud andio all Imannumer
of' unclenness. One of' thet combat
ants Is thme Texas Paifich road, undoer
the mnanagemnent. of TIom Scott, the
great mamgnate of' the Pennusylvanmia
Central. Scott clainis to be working
solely in thme interest of' time South; but
wise me(n pirofess to see inl lis scheme
only a plani to further aiggrandize thme
Pennsylvania Central, and by making
St. Loumis the eastern terminus
of the proposed ronie, to give the
South the go-by coumpletel. The
othert contestant is the Sonthern
Pacific of California, which is nothing
but a b)ranchl of' tihe Central Pacifie,
beig controlled by the same ring that
owns the latter. The C2entr'al Pacific,
with the Union Pacijle that conmects
with It nmear' Salt Lake, at presenmt has
a mionopoly of all the t.ranms-coninuental
business of the United States. This
Is a most grinding monopoly, clbarg
ing thren or fr mrice fo. fr.at
and transportation. The chiel' object
in building at southern ,roite wvoIld
be to secure a competilng linle to bring
th0 pesn rouite to tris Th
variest sitiplefto e:t see tin t it' the
Southern Placific road be :raniteid lie
l-ancehise, the two routes wvill be runll
in the saine interest, thus forming a
ilore olpressive monlopoly than veV.
We see that ex-.14nautor. .Norwood, of'
Georgia. receitly addressed the
Chamber of CuIIIIeVc, oI' Charleston,
inl behall' f o1outlhernl Pacitic coinp11ny,
andi we allso See with pleasure diatt thle
Chiiliber has not yet takenl anly steps
of eidorsentlil. It. Iluay be that Tom
Scott ie:aw no good to the South, but
the bill prepared by 3Nr. Stepielis,
and presented it the last I louse, lro
vides, it is said, 'or u1 Southliern con
liect ions. Anlvwav. as dozens ot'comll
petinRig lines 1 r(aIverse Owle 1I,ion va.Lst Il'
the Mississippi, miueh less is to be
feared Ilroi Tom iitScott than [roml Jay
Gould and lilutington, who, by Own
ing le oIIl two,) thirolgi routes ilroit
the 2.ississippi to 'altbri>ia, would be
just tiice ats eftl'etiive For evil a1s they
now ire. The South should neve*r
rest satistied until a Southern trans
continental route be built. Yet while
it might. be wise to .un a co(ld -shouli
clr to Tom Scott, it would be ti atIe
of stupidit y to suller (ould and Stan
ford and Iluiltinglton to live the
smallest bit of a finger ill tle pie.
We trust tit Selnator Nor-wood's lis
sion will be productive of' no resIulIt.
Slate of South Caroiu),
COUNTY Or F.uIRFIE:L>.
Th(j Winnsbor-o 13u1lliin' 'LInd Loan Asso
Robert F. Martin, M. Evans Martin, J.
Alice iMartin. Mattie E. Martin and
William M. Martin.
IN pIrsiunce of an order of the Court
of Coilluonl Plows, aIaule in the above
stated csv, I will offer for sale before
the conrt-honso door in winnsioro, on
the first Monday in Noveiber nt xt,
within the logad housif sAlo, lit public
ouleryN- to thw, highest bilder. the follow
ing describo(d proper-ty, ito Wit:
All that piteve. parcel or fravi of land,
lying, being and sitiatu in the town of
Winnsboro, in the Couity 01 Fairik-ld.
state of 8ouith CaI r lina, n1ownvil in tihe
plan of said town as Lot Nwimwr Ono
Hundred anti Fifty -Five, fronting on
College street ail adjoining lot of caro
liu Jones anid lets formicrly beluitnging to
n:nNS Or S.LE::
One hal Of the purhiase mlonv to b:
paid inl cash, ftr Ihe bh,.( a e it Of
six I months 11omn III( t v day s.ie,. vih il-.
terest paynble annati!: t le ilIr,chaser 10
give for the un:,i.1 baltnc ia hli se
iurt byamr.oil thlt 1*Il-emi. es sobi;
i) isti re thte 4\%q:elling how... tn saij
prol uists lgiitst lw, 1y 1 1.4 4 S'
anid to pay forul. ne.1 r v .s
V N. i Pl!:
C lrX's Oe. . 1 2 p.
Winixnboo, S. ('..
October 11, ti7o.
. ND isperht th: larr 4 anld buett se
lected stock of goodis in Winnisboro;
wvhich wo guaranitee to se'll at the lowest
Our stock comtprisest a full line of
Firomi the celebrated Chalotttesvillo
Salem3 Jeans, Kersevs, T'wcodls, Suatinets,
A largo aind varied assortment of IUats
Clothing of alt kinds and at all prices.
Best anid cap)est stock of Boots aind
Shoes in town.
N. Bl. - -We wvould cal.' spciail attontion
to our largo rand varied assortment of
Hamburg Edgings and White Trimmlingvs.
J. F. McMASTER & CO.
NEWVSTORiE NEW OOODS)511
~ have just opened at IR J. McCarley's
old01( stand a first-clalss
Whore I will koop Groceries, WVinos and
Ljiqulors of all kinds. Also, a comp.eto
assortrw omt of htoots anid 8hoes. I wil
be glad t.o see my old friends and ousto
mnerui, and will guiaiantee to soil thiom miy
~oda at the very lowest prices for
Give mie a call.
oct 22 wtT,TA M II. DnLr.
Columbia Business Cards.
~]EAl)QUARZTEIL4s for chevales4 Gro
evrjo.i and Ilardware inl Columlhbia
to b)o foundlk at the ol relial-t houlse of
D_.i1%lCK & 09,L AIN l AN .
FI'X's, Portraits, Phl(togrphis, Stor.
.1 . O.-w0pes, Aev. All tlt,t pi(Aturvsi
I e A I- t i.iI ry.II i l,aIing, 12-1k IN I.t I
oIt I i-1, S. . Visit rs are
vordially . invited to Call an11d examal iIe.
( !I A lILFS E \, fo ely o f Cam o0tililen,
"I ha, mlloved)'I to 0l111bila, an i ope
at ir-e stoik, of Dry Goods ty,d Notionis
lp*oots , Shov-,, Trunilks and Vatlihes. bat tis-4
~3 ECKLING's CorlA blltY -Opposite
.% (1h3 WhIkOer H v. o rai ts,
'htoIgI"r,a1ph 1s, Amb,roty n Ferrotyple.
fitikhedl in, the I-itest styleo of tho' art
( l r1 c : lat n1 'k", I lkitrgOd to IItNy
size. WV. A. RN"JKLING, Proprietor.
TY1)1l'KS & DAVIS, iml)orters and
. Ivdalers in Wit('hes, Clo ! ..4-well y,
Silver .1tnd Plat-.d Wr-, Ilouse Ft rni.
in o (14, &c. N. D. Wa tICe.-; amul jw
eIry repiirod. Colm4ubia, . C. oct 27-.v
PEOPLE to know that we have a good
Painter and at good Trimmer, and that.
we are thoroughly prepared to do good
is well seatsoned, being fromt two to threo
will.attend to tho IIorso Shoeing depart
We sell the famous Tredegar Iforse and
Mule Shoes, Southern ianufacture.
Also, the Bronzod lorso Shoo Nail, best
ill the market.
All work as represented, or no charge.
Prices as low as any responsible firm
in the county.
DESPORTES & MONTS,
sept 5- Whcelrighti and ,'arr icrs .
I Y virtue of an excewtion to i) I
.D1 reeted, I willI f :r f.>r sale befolo to
court-houso door inl Winnsboro, on Ohe
first 'Mon,tay , io. Novem1r i-xt, withiin
014! ]th li hour of sale, to tho higIest Lid.
dir, Ii.vr c.tsi, thei following tle:.eribod
propo--rtv, to wit:
A.It IloM plantation or tract of liid,
lying in Fairtield coiinty, containing roe.
nNR: .ND NIErY-TWO AC:S. More or
le-4s. a11 bounded by lands o' Mrs. Sarah
Cloumid. .111n1 f er, Dr. John A. Glenn
D)r. E ha1nn is 111 others, I 'i.d on
a1, t'i IroptY of H1. lcills, at the suit
"11-i itf's (i, . F.' .
W14,in n!oro, S. t'.,
OctalIor 1:2, ib783.
8HLE11II'?2 'S SALE.
F'\ ''tt"le" 1"" 0"'C44"IOf to 111 di
.1.) rec'te I, I will oiler for sale bef'oro tihe
courLt-hou141e doo)r inl Winnboo onl the
firs1 'Ion-lay ini November ne0xt, wit,hin
the4 Iega hour1 iciis o f nie4, to th44e iihihest hid4
uder, '.r e.ic.si, the followving described
p)roper4ty, t44 wit:
All tha:t lIllatatIionl or triact of 1411nd
ling in Firli4'eldl county, conitainig
Two) nUN0i44:n) AND NINETY AcHU-S, niiore or
less, and14 bournlled by lands of George W.
C.10le:4, Mrs. He(nry Coleman, Mrs.
.\ lry FauletIt and4( othiers, levied 01 ats the
prope4Lrty of' Robert W'. Coilman, de4
(cea:sed, ait theO suit of E. Meadlor againIst
Mr's. Nan4cy A. Coleman, Executrix.
S. W. 1RUFF,
Shm' erhPs Omlee. 8. F. C,
Oct.ober' 12, 1878.
oct 19 t1x2
r DH E~[ Statte JBoard of e'xamniners at its
. re'cent mee('ting ad'oplted thue folio ' inig
text books0. for usXO in tlie pulic3 4choo1ls (f
Souith Ci(arolina, OuItside( of CTharleston,
for the period of fivo years: Appl-ton's
Rea~ders, R1eynolds' Read14ers(, Daiv idson0's
IHistory of1 Sou41th Carolina, IIlohnes' ils
tor1y (of the0 United1 -tat es, " winlton's Pri
nmI4ry andl(Condhensed Histor'ien of thiUnited
States, Swinitoun's Outlines of the World's
Hist ,ry, Swinlton's Vn ord Boo4ks4, W~eb
stet's D)ictionary, Rtobinson's Arithmetics,
San1 ford's Aithmi~ietics, t 'rnel's Primaliry
and1( Interm14-diate Geogralphies, Mauriiy's
Manualia oh Geography, WesCtla1ke's Three
Thousnand Words. A circular from thio
Stato0 SuperCitendenIt s.ays: "No othIer
text books than11 those p'rceribedl in t.his
list can bo lawfully used in the lIub io
schools1 of this~ Stato Oxcept in the city of
Chtarlo ton." Teachors and trusteos airo
there fore o irnestly requested to mako the
requ4ireo Ii4hago within the next ninety
days---within which time very liberal
rates arie ofTored. It is of' the greatest im
porltanic to secu1re uniformiity of text
books. Further p)articulatrs can be ob
tainied from theo Bloard,
eR -f ]. MEANS DAVIS,
ot8-f County Board of Examiners.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
FOHE largeat stock of the above over
I. offored by him. Great indlucements
to cash Oustomoirii.
oot 17 U. 0. DESPrORTES.
CHEESE ! CHE ESE ! CH-EE SE
0LS 11ho10o Factory Choose.
-' Au s low as tho lowest.
oct 17 U. G. DESPORTES.
fast, address FINLEY , HARY ' Y & CO.
A tlanta, Georgia. jun 15-1y
T3RESH[ 01h0es and Crackers, at.
JN EW FUI
FOR DESIGN AND WORI
3e.fore making your purchases elso
LUMBER AT PRICES TO S1
I keop on hand -a full - supply ol
Coffins of the finest finish. Also, a <
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEI
OW that hard times are upon ou
every family tolprocuro his Wiintoc
Hlats, &c., whore ho can buy them
smallest ontlay of money.
The attention of tho reader is resl
of Goods and Prices which will bo
AS TRUTHFUL AS
Calicoes, 6t conts.
' Sea Island, 5 cnts.
IIemvy Brown Domestics, 5 to 8 ."
Kentneky Jeanls Commlljence.ing 10
Kentlucky Jeans a Drive, 18
Rock Isind iDoeskin Jeans,
regular priceo fifty ceits, 33"
Scotch Highland Linseys,
Cheap at 25 cent9, only 15"
HeLcavy CM., n Flhmnel, always
sold at 20 confs, Only 104
131eachiod Shirting commen
cing 6 cents up to the best, 10"
Pins, 3 "
Best Writing Ink, 5"
Best Needles, 5. "
Good Elastic Suspenders, 10, 15 "
Colgate's Toilet Soap, 3"
Gioo'1 Machino Cotton, 200
yards, Black Spool, 3"
oct 12 WINNSBC
FALL, 1878 !
WE are leased to annor;nee to the
buyers of Winnsboro and the County,that
we are now receiving one of tho largest
Shoes and Boots,
Uats and Caps,
Yan k e Notions,
Ever offered in this market.
It shall be our aime, as heretofore, t
doll as low as the lowest.
In short,we don't intend for any one to
go away from Winnsboro to get cheap
goods. Call and examine our
To MAKE MQNEY
Pleasantly and fast, agentsa should.ad
dress FIN4LEY, HIARVEY & CO., Atslanta,
Georosa. en.:o etl.
1ANTED AS REPRESENTED.
,R THAN EVER.
A now supply of Window
Shades, Picture Frames, Pic.
turos, Wall Pockets, Brackets,
Mirrors, Spring Beds, Mat
tresses, and Children Car
For prices, call at the first
E.T] S']~O ~E?.,]M
JIT THE TIMES.
DONE AT MODERATE PRICES.
"D TO MAKE TO ORDER.
Mlotalic and Rosewood Cases and
-heap stock of Coffins.
)PLE, THE PLACE TO BUY
farmers it behooves the head of
Supplies of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
the best and most durable for the
>etfully called to the following list
found to be
IT IS STARTLING :
The Renowned Poi-Intine Lily
White soi1d at 25 cents, only 10 "
144 Buttons for Shirts and
Calibo, &c., 5
Thrbad Cambric Handkerchiefs,5 "
Domestic Hosiery for Men and
Women, commencing 5
Steel Thimbles, metal lined,
two for 5 "
Lace Edging. 24} "
Best Load Pencils, 3 for 5 "
Best Ball Thread, 8 "
Fine Combs, 6 "
Dressing Combs, 8"
Tueking Combs, Tortoise
Shell, , 15"
Children's Round Combs, 10 "
And so.on. To enumerate all would
take a sheet too long for the press.
Give me a call and be convinced
of my live and let live prices.
RO, 5. 0.
J. M. BEATYTS.
f hav njut returned from New
I ork, and am opening daily a
varied stock of
HATS AND CAPS, ,.
. . CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
My Friends are Invited to Call.
I again call the attention of the
p)ublic to my stock of."Bay State"
standard serowved and wire
sewed Boots and shoes.
Every pair guarana
teed to give,
sept 26 3. M. B3EATY.
NOTIC TO CREDTO.
P TURSUANT to an order of the Court
.Lof Probate for the County of Fairfield "
made this day, all persons having claims,
of whatever nature against the estate of
John'H. Davis, deceased. ai'e required to
estabhlih their 'demands on or before the
eighith day of November next, before the
Juagofa robate, at' Winnsboro, South~
0. B. THOMPSON,
Judge of Probate.
Winnbr, 8.,0., October 1), 1878.