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WINNSBORO, S. 0.
eVRfiDAr, DOM.arnnR z., 1878.
R. MRANS DAVIS, EIToR.
JNO. 8. RICYNOZDS. A,%OCIATI EDITOR.
THE LEGIsLATUnE deserves high
praise for the manner in which it is
going to work, and for its wisdom
thus far displayed, both in favoring
good measures and in killing olrbad
ones. Let it fulfill its promise of
coming home for the Christmas holi
days, and.it 'will have gone far in
instating itself in the public confi
The News and Courier favois :a
extension of the ternis of office, so
that the State need, not - be harassed
by so frequently recurring elections.
South Carolina has been cursed with
politics ever since the war, and the
people need rest. In the anomalous
condition of our politics It is the
highest duty of every citizen to par
ticipate actively in all electiolns, and
relief can be properly obtained only
by having fewer of3them. The crea
tion of longer terms will tend some
what, also, to check the scramble for
office, and will necessarily result in
securing greater efliciency on the part
of public servants. Under the pres
cut law their seats are scarcely warni
before they are bounced out to make
way for raw lihnds; while, in case
they give satisfaction, it is much bet
ter to allow then longe'r time without
requiring the voters to go through the
needless ceremony of re-electing them.
The State officers should be chosen for
The expected passage of a bill by
the Legislature authorizing the gov
ernor to 1111, by appointment, all
vacancies arising, from whatever
cause, In odd years will be a great.
relief. Fairfleld has at, present the
prospect of holding an election every
year for soine office or another. But
if this law passes, the governor will,
next year, appoint a sheritl' and a
boilrd of county colnlissionerj to
serve until tile general election of
1880, and in 1881 will appoint a clerk
of court to hold office until tihe election
of 1882, after which the terms of all
the county o'flic.rs will expire On even
dates. This is a very simple device
for getting arountd a 'great trouble,
and tie passage of the act will he one
of the wisest pieces of legislation of
Bubbling Champagne and Brotherly
If religion is 'Cho great civilizer, it
is no less true that-champaigne is the
great harmonizer. The bitterest
.enmities are exploded wit h thle popping
of corks, and protestations of undying
love and reconciliation bubble over
with the fVothing glasses. No more
notable instance of this canl be adduc
ed than a recent banquet given to thme
astor, John McCullough, by the
celebrities of Washington, as reported
* by the Jenkins of the New York
Her'al (nlot Mr. Nordihofl'this time.)
After showing that General Slher
man presidled at tihe table, anid that
the Executive Departmenit was repro
sen ted by Secretary Sherman, tile
Supreme Bench by Justice Miller, and
the Legislative branch by a numerous
delegation of Senators and members
of Congress, all of whom fired away
"'without restraint and with the best
feelings of amity for each othler," tihe
But tihe mnost remfarkab)le scene was
enacted whlen, ill response to thle toast
to tile legislative branch, Senator'
wings an atosof tetwo great.
political parties, clasped hands(1 acmross
the table and intechangedl expres
sions of,the warmlest cori(lality and11
friendship amid thle - wildest. c5t husi
asm. This result was b)roughlt abont
by some felicitous observation of Mr.
Blaine, sng.gested by what the guest
of the evelnnig had1( said on the subject
of his receiving so much assistance in
his early career thmronghth ntl
lectumal force of Is patron and prme
Ir. Ban vsga osyta
4i enourt the devl iet of the sosilty
\toehge ofthe o hadended cmltiete,
and asst entertaine of forlct every
man, woa folond chiy of. Blackbrgin
th mos benolentq atlig. the had
eyehm whev soer of urona osItel
ttof lnbody fromi th Sonth. o
fah as rcocerned hi egoldl
lancouage th evelgopmental of tlen
tellne theSoth and stm ctae
sh andist its meno tieest. (Ap.
Sthbe partd ros whom the feaied fors
tohimoand reiprocted h voiergan
- Iagae vr od iho h
cheering. Now, if never, was the!
bloody cliasm bridged and the uihap-'
py Iem1ories of the war buried im
utter oblivion. Some of the more
8uSceptiIlo gentlemen were al'ected
to tears.during this tillling cpisod6.
The festivitics were then resiumed and
werle protracted until nearly dav
This was, indeed, a gratifying
4peclacle-thle re4colciliationl of, thle
Norit and South a er years of bitter
est hostilit-y. And to think that a
little chaitipigne did it. How iuch
better had this device been tried at anl
earlier stage. It*, for instance, the
three thousaid millioi dollars wasted
in the war had been invested ini a
thousand million bottles of clam-:
pagne; or better, three-Vourths in
champagne, and the balance in ginger
ale fori the red-ribbon teetotalers.
Sectional issues would have been over-1
Whelined in (hat sparkling torrent as
Clarence was drowned in the butt. of
Malmsey wilne. When Blainle anid
Blackburn shake h1an1ds, the average
statesmen can all'ord to embrace. We
only hope that the army, and the three
co-ordinate branches of government.,
including tdhp '"fourth estate" that re
ported the proceedings, and the
disciple of Melpoiene, in whose honor
the chap1)agn1e fl owe, were not
borne by policemen to the bosoms of
their respective imilies in the gray
dawn, to the melodious notes of "We
won't go home till mnornin"'. And
what is more to the l>urpose, we trust
that Senator Blainue's champagne sat r
kindly oil his stomach, so that lie will
have no trace of headache when he
makes that promised speech on the
South Carolina and Louisiana clec
MARIED-On lie 10th inst., at
the reFalence of' the bride's ftliher, by
the Rev. \Y. W. Mills, Mai. 0. "U.
D)Arrzu-: to Miss M. T. A iroi.
IADI 3 ! HAMS H
- 0 -
A ehoico lot of sugar cured iuca-n
... vash d ll ims.
Fresh Sugrg aid Coffees.
Froshi'Engusta Me.l aid Grits.
Northern A pples and Uran ges.
One harrel superior Stone Mountain
Corn Whiskey, chicap for cash at the
doo 2 W. i. DON[TY.
--110 ! FOR -
T E irst Honso in town to reduc
Whiiske'y to ten cents a drink, Decer
to ilv ic enits ai glass aind. Bill iards fi teen
cen ts per game. ilinirg a large andl wel -
nelected lot oft Pure Lignors on hand of
which the following are a few of the'
Untre old KenituckIy IRourh.on, Cabinet,1
XXXX aind Bake. r Rye, S mtr Maishi Stone
Mountain Corn, ai specNialty, Cognac,
Cali forn ia, Peachi and A pple Bran dies.'i
Chamipagne, Sherry and Port Winies. )
Cincinn: ti Lager Beer always' kept on -
ice, and nllsorts or' fancy and( cool dirinks
propared in the most tasty manner at
a piril SO-ti J. D. MIC.ARL EY.
15~)0 rAIRR .Bov'-and Yonths
GAITERS--Nos. 1 to 5, worth
from $1.50 to $2.50 per pair'. Ro
dluced to 50 and 75 cents por pair. C
Call and roc them.
SUGENHEIME R & GROESCHEL~
oet 19 r
SALE 01F REAL ESTATE,
'I. Y virtue of anuthoi ity coniferrd upon P
ta m1 by the will of .Josephi Lauhon, ai
deceaseiSd, [ will om-'~r for sale to the a
highest bidder' at Ridgirway on the 10th a
of Dlocemiber, 1877, the followirng 'real b
Lot No. 1, contaiing three anti one
thirrd acries. mtore or less, lying and
situaeto me,stly' in the corporate l imits of '9
ttie trown of Ridgroway, S. C., boui'ded
oni the nor(th, cast, and west 1,v lands or d.
the estarto oft Wmt. J".wd. Davis, and
souith by Church steef..
Lot No 2-- Store HIonso on samno.
BunilIding 30)x70, land parallel with house
10 foet. front by 143 deep.
Lot No.3 --S tore House on samutr, 25x40O
lantd parallel with house, 2-9 feef front by
143 ieet tide.
Lot. No. 4i-Shoe shop and (hallery, 30
reot front by 143 deep,
Ootatof land, 'nohiundredl and fivo
trc,bn don south andt west by
lands of JH. Edmutnds, and north and
Dast by lands of E. W. Ollevor.
Terms made known on day ofBalo.
* E, A, JENNEDY,
htci .- xooutor,
PRICETHI RTIY DOLLARS.
0 J.0. JOAG,
G UIAN D WINNSBORO DRY o000Ds. FAN-j
CY' Go0Ds A N) MILLIN EIY
Dg's lave to say to his cus
to1nors and all othUrs in need
r of Goods that ho is again pro-.
0 1p:red to show theione of the
largost and bost assorted Ktook
r, My Goods, auey Goods. ad
t What he has ever exhibite. We
arc receiving goods daily.
Every departmelit mill b0i
Ikept full of desirablo and
and buyers may confidontly
rely on getting thoir goo.da not
r Only at low prices, but of the
4 most desirable quality that the
4I his engaced the kervices of a
first-class Milliner, wYho will as
sist bir in her department, and
who will take ple'lsuro in pleas-.
ilg the iost fastidious tastos.
for the colebrated and most re -
0 liable paper patterns--But.
A terick's-for Ladies, Misses and!
A full and complete lino of
D Gunts', Ladies', Misses' and
q Children's Shoes.
2 Cheoso. Mackorel, Cakes, Crack
' ers, Maccaroni, Spices, Can-,
i dies, Tobacco, Cigars,-in fact.
you can find any' hing you want
at J. 0. BOAGN as low as the
. same goods can be bought any -
spt 27 J. 0. BOAG.
'SjUVTIrO(I A&jjH"L 51,<
S HERIFF'S SA L E.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINi
COUNTY or GREENVILJE.
Saral 11. Lewis, Exocitirix, vs. Siaih
Lewis, \Mary 0. Ltwis, Eliza A. Lem 1
Robert N. Lewis, ec al.
SN pi r.sunco of an order from ')
ooke, Judgo of the eighth ciren
I will offer for salW, on the first Mono
in January next, before thecoirt-noui
loor in Winnsboro, within the leg
lours of sale, to the highest bidder, U
(llowing described property, to wit:
All that tract or parce1 of land, lyiri
ni being in the county of Fairliold,' ac
oining lands of Dickson, C'. 6inglett
nd others, contain ing FIv': HUiNDI
Nb NiNF;rY-Two ACRES, mor0e or 1ess, as5
ully' represented by plat of the sanme
>O exhibitod oa day of salo.
All that tract or parcel of land, situai
n the county of Fairfield, ad,joinir
ands.vfDiokison, C. Singleton anid'other
ontaining TnRIEE HUNDRED AND Fil
CRtES, as5 represented by plat of samei
e exhibite'd on day of sale.
All that tsaet of land adjoining lam,
f D)ickson, Johnr \yers andi others, coz
lining Fo,UR HUxNDRED ACRtES, mnore or les~
All that tract of land adjoining lani
C C, Hinigloton, Johni Myers and other
onltaiinIg TwO HU1NDRxED AND) bloJT'
OUR ACUES, inoro or losg,
All that tract of land, containiug ON
UNDitnDi AND FIFTY-FOUR ACREs, ad ijoin in
mnds of J. .E. Robertson ,ind' Johi
All that tract or p)arcel of land, adjoir
nig lands of J . E. P'ony and Thomns
ones, ontain ing NtNF.TY-sIX AOREs, inOr
All that t ract of land, oo'ntain ing oN
UNDRED AN.) SIXTY-ElionT ACRES, niOIre 0
mss, adjoining landls of Thomias Jonec
1(1 J. E. Robertson and others, a:
3presento(d by plat of Hfame.O
TERMs OF sALE :
Onie-third of the p)urchase-money' to b
aid in eash, and the balance in on
1(d two years, with interest froam day (1
ale, at tho rate of teni Per cent. pc
innum, the samie to be scured by thi
>nd of the purchaser andl a imortgago U
S. W. RUFF,
Sheriff's Offico, . -8. F. C.
'innsboro, S. ri.,
D)ecmnber 4, 1878.
ronch and Plain Candida,
Cannod Goods of all kinds,
Cocoanuts, , Cranberries,
Potatoes $nd Onions
nOY 26 . B, J. McCArItY,g.
This important otgan weis but about thrm)
9J'- Upounds, .an all the blood in a living persOn (about
three gallons) pas-es II-thugh it at Le:,st once every
H half hour, to hp:ave the bile utl other imnputitics
(/ strained or filterd frv( m it. Bile is the atrtial
purgative of tihe Iow,'s, ail if tile Liver becontus
torpid it is not s-parated fron the blooi, bit car
ricd throulgh the veins to all parts of the system,1
and in% tystg to cscape through the pores'of the
N skin, cautses it to turn yellow or a dirTy brown
color. l'estomach become s dlibsese, a1nd Dvs
pepsia, in1digestion, Corstip:tion, I icadache, Ili
ollnss Jaulndice, Chilis, aiala F-'evers. Pil:s,
I Sick and Sour Stomach, and general debility fol
low. atIIUI..'S U t'Arl;, the .reat vegetable
discovery for torpidity, cau.ses th- liver to throw
off frot one to two etliccs of bile ach time the
blood ptss.s tIrougi it, as lon as th,r ih atn ex.
cess o hile; and tIe effect of even a few doses
tipon yellow cnpltx imn or a br>wn dit I v looking
skinl, will astonlish all who try it--they beint, the
lrst syinpoits to di,.ear. lie cure of all hili.
otts (ie:tws and I ive:r c.:iqllaint is i:dc certaiin
by t,,.ing I [HPA rI- i-t accord .c with ditiectios.
ltadache i, gener.ly ca'd in tw::Ity Inint:ts,
and nO dise:, that ,t iscs frot the Liv%t 4:ti exica
if a ftir trial i' - .1
SO.D AS A 'STITUTE FOR PILLS
1 *t Jril25 11nd .00
Thle Iatality of Cowmmmption or Throat and
ILung Di%eascs, which bsevp to th. grave at le:ast
one-thittd of all death's victims, ar;,s from the
Opium or Mkirphi--w: treatmeiv::, which siinplystu
tcs as t O k f dekac h do .est t . w.-o will
ei Paidif Opitan r MoM paine, or any prarationl
of Ophin, Morp in or 'Irsr it Acid, tan e efound
in the Gi.om Ft.'w.i Cow(.11 Sy(t:., wich L.:us
cured people who ar.t 1i% iig to.i:y with bit oie
remaimnig h11 in. N gre:ter wrong can I:e dne
th:an to!;.iy that C'ns. nption is incural !e. 'I hc
SGr.oInt Fli.owv: t 'qw ,I : syn-' will clue it wln.t
all outhr int- wb:ii -- f.iie id. Ah, C'olds, Cough,
A 'hin , loic:hi:is, aind .al dise:.-.s ur the th4 at
an t i . -'. .;zlti m tstimeialk oft the 1i ..1;.
Alev:cmb:r It. :bphens, G ov. smitl:.t1d ExF.-Guv.
1'o nof ::,., l0nI . o . Pe:a-ody, as well as
H thos. e if .'er .t i'i:ii:ite cur-s in .anr h.>ok--''--e:
to all vt the a! t n st:: , - -id I.e convin:<.It: i il
oN wI to be c V( It t cAnI hC by t.Akilig the
G l .oir. .I :t Cm (.if* F. -.
Taeno Tnor h..s 4r J.<:e f)r 14nrre Thrntt.
h.) n y .u ca 1 t I"f i-.At 'ow R:n U:e t S:Mn.:
lrc. >r .a by all Drotggists
xic 25 nt and $1.00
-:, I. uh..t :.ri-x forn11 pui:.- n1 in the t.:; v,J. Not
ca !"' er !e Is::, . vyphli i :e ,\ .-i;itv
r 1.croutv ar. . i- i t . , :n1: thet : lld
! .k: 1 n:1. .t v i g t , . e : 0 i... e g ,
- i c tnir it I !.
l 'is eva use.: J i aiy r u d
I h t n nn . h
P .h w Iy a IL
i th in dica prsfesion I alo irug.
e.l bl in. rth i ut-it . n lluo h v
A dithgulf' ei Phe wiUil O hf New Yor.
ced uns in how mnivetersaiy v
tIllas lIls ti! tisi. ic thy a:il r rounds
I ora'it ' I thol l -il. ht21 1 pll! the uino
bil th-REl DYPESI.( his, ( 1*1.h'Ie te guaran)
31 sins olI tlt! mvallity ati dh tinare. Know
ilqJ thae' iatandarr f rom alil , vollectiol)
V,. it: l 11wdica1 pi'if('..situi, I' havt fr.e
TT her .- o f antoav(isi
ly of'te(: n'e.' Cwh .i '!,( (h I ho ha:tppiest re.
t j i uI)l'sst juall t it e ofasrtlt
g TT~ PRLLSIfe, ir 'Fto hincrease he u
it ~pet'iteb :u:nttini itoo
OURE.F FYEVERAD toi Imprl iav thi m iact.
ished aih heir r)ftoicI
actionnthu e iletie'r
C'ILRECROUS COIO.N vca osaepouef
e i rapiia'tt wthe which
i t i of thes ill Iof ter tin
CURE IY CO- dicts~ teir adtabi'lty
tU .AU IN'PSCI. vto ois te biody, u:i.
11TS L LS~ igl nodeillcit 'cl
f 1 anhoelly, fplil w'ait
mig oftf 'i mscles, slte.
. WORTE THEI EORT IN G0LD.
STUTT'S PlLLS oavrnt
GIVE APPEiTITEj. D.'1T?:Dirir
TUTT'S ILLS~an trt lsirtttC)i
OURDU 1iOUL DREATH. ip'onnupls,mu
F UTT'S PILLS ~:euaciiaeictfrr:
NEVER. GRIPE. slca,b anli't u
GIVE SOUND SLEEP. tc eittattIciitat
TU"1TT'S PILLS 1'ifrhirwgJaA
TULTT'S PILLS Te r en~
CURE BOILS. aiit.ts,ca
iIUTT'S PILLS wtotictiit f'
CIIVd4 COLEAR SKIN. iROi2 J'!3
TUTTT'S PILLS 5MRA TET
II~ilLOVi DLOTHBA.? y . X 13, 28;g
Ga-ty1i'al Foi be inglt yer. hvben
u'iu.s biickby t lhe matei ica fornro .
* U,..IIJ1'8 ltirwDe. in,t byl eciden, yor1
U aidIs iarratills ercsa brvtct m
Prie $.o. Oec noMtriyce., baNYei.ue
-m lln iapae,n
and I av iind ory
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