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CHANGE OF Soi DULR.--The follow.
ing is the schedule of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad :
Going South. Going North.
Leave Blaekstook, 3.15, D. i. 12. i., p. n.
" Winniboro, 4.02, P. u. 11.26, A. M.
Uidgeway, 4.38, r N. 10.52, A. N.
Going South. Going North.
Leavo Blaokstoak, 12.31, A. N. 2.03, A. M.
" Wi"nsboro, 1.14, A. i. 1.14, A. U
" Iidgeway, 1 ,49, A. M. 12.30, A. u.
Survivors' Association-.Jool, W.
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Todd have
the sympathy of the community in
the death of an infant daughter.
"A fait4ifpl assistant," This is
what the nurses term Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup. It is the best assist:.
ant, as it will prevent a "crying
apt11" of the baby. n
FIRE AT RIDGEWAY.-.,.Qn last
Thursday night the residence occu
pied by lr.. Ale.. A. Walker, to
gether with the kitchen and well
holtsq, was destroyed by firo. The
fire occurred at two o'clock in the
morning, and the first alarm was
given by Mrs. Walker, who awoke
feeling the cinders fauling upon her
face. She at once aroused Mr.
Walker, and he succeeded in saving
some articles of furniture, his im
pression is that the fre was of an
incendiary origin. The property
belonged to tho estate of Jos. T,,al..
hon. There was no insurance.
AROUND Tow .--Mgro rain, b4 t
The county treasurer will soon be
prepared to receive taxes.
Let every man step up and sign
the roll of the Democratic Club.
Another worthless dog was Willed
by the police on wa.turday. Let the
good work go on.
A number of country people were
in town on Saturday wvith their
wagons, getting their week's supply.
The Governor's Guards, .of Co
lumbia, passed through this place on
'Sunday night, on their way to
,Charlotte, to participate in the 20th
,of May celebration.
PERSONAL.-HOn. Thos. G. Clo
-son, a son-in-law of John C. Cal
houn, and now a resident of Fort Hill,
was in Winnsboro last week, the
guest ,of Col. Jas. H. Bion. Mr.
Clemson was before the wvar charge
d'af'aires to Woelgium, then profes
~sor in the Sohool o:f Mines of France,
and afterwards United istakes Com-,
missioner of Agrieglture. During the
war Mr. Clemson was in char'ge of
the Department of Mining and Min
~erals .o ,t.ie Confederate States,
s.erving .Withi (the ar:y .west of the
Yississippi. Mr. ,Clemson is a
-gentlerman of fine parts, and is par
~tieularly ontrt.i#izg in, .conversa
tOLADDEN's GROvF/CLUB.-The Glad.
,deni's MGrove Demioci atic Chib met on
~Saturday the 18th inst., for the pir,
~pose of reorganizAng for The fall cam-,
;paign. Niniej..one memnber's were
~enrolled. Au relee.tion .for officers
-was held, with the followving result:
President- .J. .C. Caldwell.
First .vice-presiden.t--E. D. Mob
Second -.vice.president--.W. T.
Meniber -County Executiv~e ?Qom -
mni$tee-J. A. Higgins.
Club Executive Comnmittee-J. A.
:MoCrorey, -Sr., Charles popglmass,
.Dr. Wmn. Thiorn.
..Delegates.to the 'County Conven..
~tion-.-. C. Caldwell, E. P. .Mobley,
-. .- Jp, jT. furner McQil..
Besolutions wore adopte(L.endors-.
Sink the admin~istration of Governior
5Ha~ti and urging his re-election,
j and approving the course of ,pur
RBeprps,entativ.es, S. A. Sailard and
TflANsBEs OF 'BE4, NE......
Rtebeaca 'B. 'Ohappel and 'J. Smith
~ tQ J. lusell Blaok, 50
ron, 550 are. in townhiip no.12;
Charlotto 1. Leitner and others
to Madison S. Abell, 100 acros in
township no. 9 ; considoration i2OJ.
J. 0. Hagood to Rebecca C. Allen,
54 acres in townlhip no. 8 ; con -
H. L. ElliQtt to Mary Tidwell,
98 acres in township no. 7 ; con
H, L. Elliott to Wesloy Yongno,
10 acres :.ns'hip no. 4 ; con
A. J. ,: > R.' il. t. Jbi'o &
Co.. 835 . e. to w (i nO. 2
A. F Rufn and Ellison 0. Cloud
to T. J. Price, one acre in the town
of Ridgeway ; coniioratlon 45Q.
MONTICELLO, S. C., May 16, 1878.
T 1,E org.i&ttt!ion o1 a murvivors'ass,1
cutia.(u 01 L.Ih r( m11.1&ai ini It1e:l,L .s of,
Colpttni"s, I of th1e unt aI'. of the
15th1 s'. G .(. ierim nt bine1 ;In conten!.p-,lt
lion, tlo'=O ilt'n h'rs't wiho tre lilr' I. i to
takt an not ve ill:er(1st in~ per1 tVing
thte recor- Ia.tde by these two L'10111om,an
ies luring the war, are i4vit,' to na iln
terohaig of views ast to the i..-;t huit:.
ble tune aul place for tho reunio:i It the
mutluber's lft from botha w ompani."s.
Resp nd pr( lup.ly, pomnrales, antd let
uis aeet :t an early day.
may 21-tx2w JOEL, V. PEAIISON.
BY virtue of an execution to me di
rected, I will offer sale be tote the
court:haQuse door in Vinnsbaro, on the
first Monday in Juno next, within the
legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder
for cAsu, the following described prop
erty, to wit:
All that plantation, lying in Fairfield
county, on waters of Littlo Riyer, con
taining TUtL'E 1IUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
,iore or less, and bounded by lands of
Thomas Ancierson, Ben Martin, John
Yonguo and others, levied on as the
property of J. It. and L. L. Vance, at
,thp suit of Qower, Cox & Markley.
S. W. RUIFF,
Sheriff's Office, ' 3. F. C.
Wingsboro, t?. Q.,
may 11, '878.
may 16 6-tlx2
FROM IEW YORK
AN elegant lot of Spring Prints, Cam
bries, Whito Pique, Figured Piques,
Long Cloth, Cottonades, Ladies' and
Qents' Hos.iery, llntlerchief's, To-wels,
&c., and are offered at the luwe,a calslh
prices. J. M. BEATY.
The celebrated ''ay State" standard
sorewed and w'viro sowed.Shoes,aspecialty
at J. M. BEATY'S. Try thema, and you
v,ill be convinced of their durability.
I am offering for sale "Grant's Yea I
Powders." every box gua""anteed.to give
satisfaction, or money refunded. Please
give it a trial. J. M. BEA.T Y.
Go to J. 1M. BfATwY'S for the be t
Famtily Flour, lMeal, Grist, Rioe, Unmsu
(Branded "C i'allengo,") Lard, Bacon,
Sugn, and Coffe:e, very low prices, Tea,
Crackers, Candy, Bkoap, Starch, Bllueing,
heoda, Gon. Lye, Mustard, Peaches, To
matoes, Sardlinos, Sahnflonl, Peppler,
.Spice, Ginger, Nutmegs and many other
ti.lngs necessary for family comfort.
.T. M. BEATY'S
S- TEEL, .Swede irn, Plow-maoulds,
.raco Chtair;, 10-.8 Back Ban s,
Grin Cradles, Noyth1es, Blrade's .l.1 a,
Shovels, Garden .Hloes and Rakes, Nails,
HIorse and 3.191e Shoes nLad Nails, Gitlery
B3. B. Jie1 C.e:Jar BuchotLi, Gah'an i'co.1
Hooep Cedar Buckets, Painted Bluck
Well11Buekets, Roegs, Yeasuires, liroonta,
&c. Croekery and Tinw~are
HAMS! HA~S !
TUS,T RECEIVED a lotMo choice Meig..
e)-nobia4(arp uncanvp~ssegl, IOrd ,and
Flour, Meal and -Pe'arl -Grist always
fresh and everything usually found in a
bret olaes (.iQuery .House.
The finest Winos, Brandies ndc Whis
kies that can be had. All-kinds~ of cool
drinks p)repared 4.n thie most.tasty man
1R. J. McCARLEY'S,
.april 18 Jag. it. iAikon'a >ld-stand.
N.. OTICE is horeby ,given .that on the
. wetehday ofJu ne next, Renben
P.Lmkn anid Troy T, Lumpkin,
Exeoutors of the will of Abram F. Lump
kin, deoeaedc will aply to the 3ud e of
Pbate tot rfileJout, for a ia
1PE1At NOI E,.
B0on Ssii S lTl'.ilt. t'eni.!.
LAGa.Nu;, G1., March 25. 1870.
Bradiol-l & 'o., Atla.t. (la.- ear
.irs;--I ta:iko pltu1.+i .n Mtalin), that.I
have us4e I f >r t:a last two:ity y.!ar- tio
iedicilo you li.r.) puttiing. up. kniowvn as
Dr. J. Brad teld's FIAu.t lru, t.ATOI,
ald cconsidor it the be t comnbination
over gotten together for the diseatso for
which it is recommended. I have beii
familiar with the trerparation both for as
ia practitioner of medicien and in domes
tic pralice, atid caln holnetly say that
1 consid er it ia boon to sul"':rii;; femial.,
ancl c:ln but hpe that every lady in our
1:1nd Who ma. be .uitrintg'in niny way
peri iI'ar to their sex, mnay Lo aule 1to
pro Fit i 1,o:tle, an I tteir soiferig"inay
not only b i-oli+ve:l, but t.icy rmay bu
-stori"I. t ) hlenllth an I strengtli.
Vitit iay kirtalest rr"g.uds,
1 a:n, respaa :tilly,
may 2 -2w W. 1. LiE ,'it; LL, M. D.
THE NEWS AND HERALD.
IN th oa oltiry. thit is now opening
T. N cw.s .c hi.:at> propo;es to keep
it; r.udcrs f4.1 ly oslel :a ; to events oc
1:':ig i N;:almal, Sltt anld County
Slii . It has ii ti'ct oro labored earn
C.tly in the cause of goo.l g.-.crnnlelnt.
anzd it.' iorts in future will be redoubled.
In order t tnuomnplish4 the greatcit good,
it. d,-Fires to reach every citi;:::n of Pairieid
County. To af.tain this end the follo y
ing sp lcial rated are of'ered for the cam
Tri-weekly, to the 1;th Novenber, $1.50.
Weekly, to the l>1th November, - - 1.00.
: (h.vIr, it ccery case, must acconpany
Cards nominating candidates will be
inserted at the following rates, in adeance:
For each candidate, 1 inch, one in
scrtion, - - - - $1.00.
For the campaign, in Weekly and
Tri-weekly, - - - 5.00.
Pledges of candidates at the samo rates
as the above.
Proceedings of clubs or communica
tions, when they eontain nominations,
como under the rules for advertising,
But the paper will be.open for the legit
ilmate di;cussion, within riasonablo
bounds, of the acrits of all those 'andi
dates whose names aro appearing in its
.advertising columns. Equal privileges
will L accorded to all truo Democrats.
We ask that subscriptions and nomi
nations be handed in atopce.
..' All busine:ss co:munications
should be addressed to the
WINNSBORlO PUBLISHING CO.
F.OR THE JEOISLATURE.
Messrs. Edlilors:-Ptease announce 11. A.
GAILLAR) as a candidate for the House
of Representatives, at the coming elec
tion . The cotrsc of Mr. Gaillard in pub
lie life has given general satisfaction and
dono honor to old Fairfteld. In recogni
tioni of his services it is but proper that
lie should be sent to the Uouse iat the
next election. This nomination is made
entirely without the knowledge of the
maly 16-ti MANY FRIENDS.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE..
A t a meeting of the Oakland Democrat
ic Club of township nuigboer six, hold on
the 28th of April, 1878, the following
resolution was adop,tedl:
Rieso!cedI. That thnis Clu b, reeQgnizing,
the itnoesa and abili.y of lHon. il. A.
(Gailhard as, a repiresentativei, hereby
nominate h.in as a candidate for rp
Extract fronm the intutes:
A. J. LAMAR,
may 1G-txt-f ' Meercutry.
'i,I0 State of 5(011th Carl.Illig
COUNTy OF FAIIRFIELP.
Win. C. Beec & Co. vs. Janmes D. Hogan
IN puirs1ainno of' ant order of the Court
-.o . :01ommen Pleas umado in' theo above
stated cais&, I will offt r for sale befohro
the couirt- ht.,use door ini Winnsboro, on
the lirst Monidar in Jruno n xt, wvithihi
tho heal hours of a de, iat Public outcry,
to the highest bid der, the lollowing de
scribel property, to uit:
All that certain, laiece parcel or tract of
Jandi, conitaininig t.l:aAI. AOux,,.lore or
liess, lying antd yutuate at D)oko, .in the
Count-y of Fairdjell, and boonnded on the
east by thet Ltac of tihe Charlotte, Co-.
lnmbnmj iandi Augusl~ta Ralilroad Company,
and on .the ou.th, west and north by
.hands of Eugene McNulty.'
'rsJiis OF sAL.E:
One half of th.e mrehaso-monecy to be
paid in.cash, for It io balance a credit of
one year ,fromn d.,to of ac4le, with ijtor ust
,Irap said dp~y, the pulrchasor to give his
bend scoured by .a mortgageo f the
promises and to paiy for dil necesr
Clerk's Office, C, C. 0, P. F. O.
Wmrnaboro, hi. C.,
May 10, .1878.-ta
-MOUNT ZION INSTITUTE.
-I UNN clho'tiplane of thegrd
echoo i connection with MounI
2fon, . students I the Ano ent and
Modern Lan8uages igher Mathematios
nid th9 HeIences will be reCeived Into
the Institute u ion the p,yment o
9 oholst o mothofr k
N8 W lro ois
I MECEIVING daily fresh
Sugars, Coffees Green and Roast
ed, Tea, Flour, Grist, Meal,
Syrups, Molasses, Soda,
Soap, Starch, Bagging
and Ties, Bacon,
Lard-in Bbls., Cans and Buckets
Seed Oats, Rye and Barley, Nails,
Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Greeso, White Win.e and
Fresh Cheese and Maccaroni
New Buckwheat Flour.
Choice new crop New Orleans
New Mackerel in kits, j and i
AY' All goodsi delivered within
_D. R. FLENNIKEN.
SPRING HAS COME,
New Style Goo -s
J UST ARRIVED, including, all t,is
nLovelties of the season, at the Winns
boro Dry ,Goods, Fancy Goods and
MlS. BOAG wishes to return her ain
core thanks to her friends and the public
generally for the post patropage, solici
ting a continuance of the same. She will
endeavor as heretofore and i,s determined
,o please the most fastidious.
Millinery .nd Fancy Goods Stock is
completo, French Pattern Hats, trimmed
and untrimnted,Straw Hits and Lonneti,
Sun lhints and Satilors, l'iblons, Silks,
Laces, Flowers, Feithers, Illusions, Neck
Tie", liaaiing, Linen and Lace Setts,
Iandkerchiefs, Corsets, Gloves, Buttons,
&c~., &c.' '
Second lot of Spring G'licoes, also a nice
lot of )ress Goods, Molairs, Alpacpa,
Japanese i5ils, Vash lPoplins,
and oilier nice Materials and
' Trimmings. Call and
see, Ladics,for your
A large lot of Men's, Ladies' and
Children's Shoes, Genzts' r nd Boys' Fur
mand Straw Hata, fine and cour se.
A choice lot of Famiily Groceries, Can
dies, ('akes, \lackecrei. To'bacco. Cigarn,
Koeroseno Oil, Hardware, 'Woodenwaro,
Tinware, Crockery, &c.
cA qfuantity of Lumber for sale low for
march 30 J____ . 0. BlO \G.
:Fast Colors, at :10 cents por yard.
:Fast colors,,at 10 cents per yard.
Fast eglor.p, at10 conf4j per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard.
:Fast colors, at 10 cents per yard,
Fast colors, at 10 cents per yairs1.
Fast colors, at-10 cents per yard.
Fast colors, at 19 oopts per yard.
W E have just rcoeivod a poW at4
pretty assortmelt of '
The styles are new and pretty and the
prices will suit the times. C4 11 and
look at them: they will boar the closest
ilspection, and we take ploasuro in
showing thom. Will receive in a few
days a full assortment of all goods in out
McMASTER & BRICE.
SARSAPARILLA with Iodide of ?o
tassa, Liver Pills, Aniso Soothing
Drops, Extract of Buchu, Cattle Powders;
Cough Candy, Cherry Pectoral, Brown's
Cough I ixture, Arnica Li iment, Es
sence of Ginger, Elixir of Grindelia for
Asthma, Wori Lozen'eH, Hair Restorer,
Essence of Lemon, Tooth 'owders, &o.
These Medicines will conmend them
selves to physicians and to those persops
who desiro to know what they are swal
lowinq, since the recipe of each is printed
upon its label.
FOR SALE DY i
FOR 2. BcASTEB & BRICE.
WE are now receiving A iplendi4
160 pieces Prints.
10 " Caibrion,
10 " Crotones.
A fine lot 9f Wash Poplins, beautiful
line of w'hite ind figurea C6ntehniA
Blenobed Hotpospups, Sursupkors, Cotto.t
Diaper, Table Linen and Damask,
and the prettiest assoi'tment Table
Cloths and Doylios to match
in the market, and many
other goods whieh
please call and
. full line of .Straw, Felt gi yro9
Shoe dlepartment. We can new say that
we have the most complete stoog of
phoes over brought to this market,
DGIVE EJS A OALI,.
rrHE first House in town to redue
Wiskoey to tp1n ponts a' drink, Be
to five cents Ai glass and Billiards fiftef
cents per game. HEaving i large and *t
selected 16t,of Pure LiAquors on hand of
whichi 'the following are a few of the
Pure Ald Wentueky Bourbon, Cabinet,
XXXX and Baker Rye, Sour Mash Stone
Moitain 'Corn, a specialty, Cogaao,
California, Poach and Apple Brandies.
Champagno, Sherry and Port Wines.
C4ncirlng ti Lager Beer always kept on
lce, ad all1sorts of fagloy and cool dlrinkp
prepared,In the most tiustymanner at 0
april p0-t J. D. McOARLEY.
LEAT1,ER 1 LEATHER I
TTEhave on han#l &full stock of 1q~
.VHarness, tpper, .Russet. Min
Dalfskin Leathler, Mic1h we wilt